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VOL. VII. NO. 282. NEW SERIES. : COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING. MAY 3. 1861.
BET DOLLARS PES YZAB,
InTribly In Admiot
DAILY. TEI-WEECLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) BS AHD PROPRIETORS.
B7 Office So. 86, 88 and 40, Worth High St.
THUMB INVARIABLY IN ADVAN01
Dally , .- f6 00 parjraar,
" By the Carrier, per week, Vk esntt.
trl-weekly .. S 00 per year.
nrn . . . . i nn
t Advertising by the Square
nt square 1 yeai . . . M 00
One " 0 tnoi.lhs IB 00
3ns . " II months 15 00
One . " 3 months 10 00
One B monthi 8 00
One " 1 month. 5 00
One square S weeks. .$4 00
One " Bweek.. 3 00
One " 1 week... 1 75
One " 3 days... 1 00
One " Sdayi... T5
One " 1 inMrtlon SO
DltplHyed advertisement tutff more than the above
Advertisements leaded and placed In the column of
Special Notloes," aouote tut oratnary rate.
All notices requires to be published by law, legal ntei.
II ordered on me iniiae exclusively ai tor me nrsi weea
per cent, more than the store rates; hut all soon wll
id Dear In the Trl-Weekly without charge.
Business Cards, not exceeding fire lines, per year, In
de, su per line; outside
', NnUwsor meetings, charltables oeietlei, Are eompanlea,
Ac. half nrlre.
Alltramhnt advertUtmmtt mutt It paid for in
tannine T3e rule wtu not neranea irom.
Weekly, same Drlce as the Dally, where the adrertlset
sesthe Weekly alone. Where 'be Sally and Weekly
are both used, then the charge lor the Weekly will be
a I r the rates of Uie Dally
Mo advertisement taken except for a definite period
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Comer Spring & Water BU.,
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
tnd Manufacturers of Brass and Composition Outings,
finished Brass Work of all Descriptions.
Electro PlatinTTnd Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl HO-dly ' '
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AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Anitas Building, opposite Capitol Square.
Machine Manufacturing Company
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CMtinga, Kill -Gear lof, Kaehlnary. -
' or tiit DBHJurnoit.
ORA8. AM bob, Bap'f " ' t. AUBOf,afreev
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapoliil
Through to lndianaDolia without Change of Can
and but One Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. : FIRSTTRAIN.
(Dally, Mondays excepted.)
NIOIIT IXPRK88, 9ia Dayton, at 2: a. m.,stop
plnf at London, Xenia, Dayton, Uiddletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at ClDclnostl at 8:20 a. m.; Dayton at 5:45
a. n., Indianopolts at 10:4H a. m.; tt. Louis at 11:50
P SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, st 0:10 a. m., stopping at all Ita
tloni between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:0 a. a., Dayton at 8: 15 a. m.,
IndianoaolU af;SHp. m.
DAT IXPREaS.et 8:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Cedarriile, Xenia,
Boring Valley, Oorwln, Morrow, DeerBeld. loster'a,
Lovelaid, Mlllford and Plalnville, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:80 p. m.t 8t. Louis at 13 m; Dayton at 5:35 p.
.; IndlanopolUat 10:3b p. m.
Sleeping Care on all Night Tralne to
e5tB.cii.natl and Indranapolia.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THHOCGII.
for farther Information and ThrogD01lVhV t0
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio.
, g. W. WOODWARD, .
JNO. W. DOUBHTV
jB13 i Agent, Oolumboa,
HOWARD & CO ' S .
CALL AT NO. 3 SOUTII IllOII 8T,
tnd Amxnln onr new ntkt of
AMERICAN WATCHES, .
manufactured by K. HOWARD CO., Boston, Mass.
These Watonea are far superior to anything ever offered
to the public, heretofore. Having the exolnslve agency,
I can sell them at prices to suit toe times. I have Just
received a large stock of
manufactured by APPLKtON, TRACT, a CO I alto, a
fine assortment of
EftGimi AND SWISS WATCHES,
In flold and BUvr Cases, at Panic prices. '
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1 50 pockeu old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
1 B) begs ueyion uollee. .
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dred, Ohruahed, Granulated A and B Coffee, -
50 quintals George Bank Oodnsh. - -1
go bbla. Mess and No. 1 Maekenl, .'
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100 S Cigars, different brands and grades. ' "
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The Cuespest Beotoia tba Beit,
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thority of the Eng;llah lianguage."
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' IMtrary Men Eotryvihere.
"Beie are onwards of a Ilundred Thousand Words,
whose multifarious meanings and derivational together
witn tneii correct spelling, and pronunciation are dearly
set before Ibe ete." -11
..- Otneinnati Cotrmuroial.
Bead the DecUlont of tho Member of tho dUo Slat
. ... utaoner.e AMootation. ,uw.:
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Association, adopt and aha to nse In teaching, writing
and speaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
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dlally . recommend it as the most reliable standard an.
thorlty of the English language, as It Is now written and
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W. L. HARau. Prof, of Ohemlstrr. Ohio Weslevan
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JiHtl Moiraoa, Prof. RbeBbrla, Oberlln College
Tbos. lllix. President Antloch Oollera. '
O. W. 11. Cithcist. Prof. Mathematics.. TJItrh
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More than Site Ilundred other Prettdtntt pf OoUe-
gee, rrofeeeore, Authore and Diettnguiihtd Sduoar
tort, nave enaortta toe above tentiment. .:: -
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
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an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
country." rresident Andrews. ;-v
Ohio Wcslstih UmvutsilY .-."It exceeds mi axbecta-
uons. is win De my guide in onnogrspnv andpronun
elation, and will often be consulted by me for ita neat
ana accurate aeanition. resident Zhompsonti
W. R. KoLttmo OoiLMB. "Heretofore we have nsed.
Webster I orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Facnlty, It was decided to change it to conform' to that
oi Worcester'! Boyai quarto Dictionary." rresldenl
uarneia. ' -
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OatmuR CoLLiae. "It more than meets my eroecU
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Ing, wrltingand speaking, the orthography and pronun
oiauon or Worcester's aoyai quarto diotlonary,"
Praaldent Bill. . . . . lev .. .
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deavored to conform to the rules for orthography and
pronunciation as contained in Worcester 1 iilouopry.M
Horace Mann, late President. , .. , r :
KurroCoLLaoB,GAiiBiBa. "I most cordially reoom
mood It as the meet reliable standard authority f the
ngllsh language as it la now written and spoken."
riesiaent Andrews. f.i i
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guage." . ..;.
WHAT TOT i , . , .
Hieadlrxa; Newspapers of Ohio. Say,
from the Cleveland Eeratd of March 2S.:. v
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary Is that
used by most. If not all, authors of distinction 4a this
country and England, and conforms to the general usage
of ordinary writers and speakers. "
Whatever prejudices may have existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of lis great merits, and a' desire
to add It to the well selected library, be It large or small,
It Is a library In itself, and will remain an imperisha
ble reeoidef the learning eiltf compiler. -
Irom the Cincinnati Commercial of April fy'A ,'
Hen are upwards of a hundred thousand words good,,
had and indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work la
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of EnglishWords
ever published. ri j
Irom tho Cleveland Plaindealtr of Sept. 80, 1800. .'.
Evidently Wo.cmtsVs Rotal Qoabto DicnonAat it
not only the last, but the aarr work of the kind ever
sued?, andean by no possibility suller by comparison, r
the Toledo Blade of May 29. , j, ,,' .'
As to MumowciATioH, WoacTsrm is tub Staiidabd
followed by our best authors; In definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and in ORTnootAPHT it is tuffloisnt
to say that WoacasTaa can be aafely followed. . ; , . ,
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Dally, ner year.. ,
Tri weekly, per rear. 3 00
Weekly, per year 100
Gen. Harney's Narrative of his Arrest.
Early on Thursday morning, I was apprised
by the railroad oonductor that we were at Har
per's Ferry, and that there were indications of
an intention to arrest me. I did not boliove this
was intended; but a party of soldiers presently
entered the can, and apologizing for disturbing
me, said that I must consider myself their
prisoner..' I asked, but was not allowed,
to telegraph to the Secretary of War.
I was taken to Gen. Carson's quarters, and in
formed that I should be required to go to Rich
mond. Accordingly I left, before daylight, in a
carriage, attended by fire officers of the staff.
They had proposed to send a largo force as an
esoort, but I assured them it was abore my dig
nity to attempt an escape ; that the matter was
between them and my government, and that I
did not wish to receive an unnecessary amount
of attention from the public on the way.
We were three days on the Journey, which was
made partially on wheels and partially by rail.
I was treated on the route, as well as at Har
per's Ferry, with the greatest courtesy. Regret
was expressed that orders were such as to com
pel my detention. No disagreeable subjects
were introduced, and no effort made to obtain
my confidence. On Sunday evening we reach
ed Kicbmond, and went at once to liov. Letcher 's
bouse. The Governor was dining out; but was
sent for immediately. He released me, stating
inainisoraers naa Deen miBunaertttooa. i learn
ed that the Harper's Ferry force had been di
rected to stop all armed bodies, and that the
teiegranh had announced me as coming at the
head of fourteen hundred troops. I was treated
with great attention at Kicbmond by Governor
Letcher, Colonel Lee, Colonel Johnson and
othen, whom I have long known,and was waited
noon br a number of other Drominent citizens.
There seemed to be some curiosity to see me,
ana some belief that 1 intended to resign my
commission In the United States army. On this
latter point they were deceived.
At half past fire on Monday morning I left
lor Alexandria, wnere 1 arrived in the after
noon. Got. Letcher offered escort, which I re
fused. The people along the route seemed to
hare heard that I was coming, and at some of
the stations were gathered in considerable num
beri. At one point there was a great crowd,
wno stared and caned me to come out and show
myself; but, except by some boys, no disgrace
ful, remarks were made. I did not see more
than half a dozen soldiers in all, and no fortifi.
cations and no batteries at Alexandria, which
Seemed like a deserted village. At Richmond
and Harper's Ferry, it being dark, I saw few
troops. - At the former place, I noticed, as I
came away, three large secession flags in the
main street, but the display of bunting wasas
nothing compared with what I had observed
in .Cinoinnau and other Northern cities.
Throughout mj journey, as at its com
mencement. I was treated with ereat
courtesy, even delicacy of attention. So 'far
as i could Judge irom conversations which I had,
both with officers and civilians, the tone of Vir
ginia is calm but resolved. She has no inten
tion of attacking Washington, but means to act
on ; the defensive, claiming, according tj the
doctrine of State rights, that she can leave the
Union at pleasure, and believing the North and
South are two distinct people, which ought to
hare separate governments.
. 1 neard much regret expressed at the present
condition of affairs, but saw no indications of
the existence of an unkind feeling toward the
North. I was assured br Governor Letcher and
others nlgn in aotbonty, tbat Virginia enter
tained no idea of attacking Washington. Thin
oi course cannot cover Jen. Davis' movements;
but I oannot believe be, thonah stubborn, has
so intie snrewoneBS as to undertake tbe enter
How Men Change—Lincoln as an Advocate of
Secession, and Virginia as a Defender
of the Union.
The Watertowo Union has been studvine Der-
son a I and political history, and has unearthed
the following extract from a speech delivered
by Abraham Lincoln, (the tame Lincoln who is
now Resident of tbe United States) in the
liouse oi nepresentatires, January lain, 1843.
And In order to enable every reader to assure
himself of its authenticity, we will mention tbat
tne speecn may De tound in tbe Appendix to tbe
Concressional Globe of the 3Utb Concrete. Hat
session,) page 94:
- " Any people, anywhere, being Inclined and
baring the power, hare the rtoAt to rise ud and
shake off tbe existing government, and form a
new one tbat suits them better. This is a most
valuable a most sacred right a right whiob, we
nope, ana oeiieve, is to liberate tbe world.
Nor is this tight confined to cases in which tbe
whole people of an existing; government may
eboose to exercise it. ANY PORTION of such
people tbat can, may revolutionize, and make
their oxen of so much of the territory as they
inhabit. More than that, majority of any por
tion of such people may revolutionize, nutting
down a minority, intermingled with, or near
about them, wbo may oppose their movements.
Such minority was precisely the case of the
Tories of our own revolution. It Is a quality of
revolutions not to go by old lines, or old laws,
but to break up both and make new ones."
1 be w asnington inteUxgtncer bas been exam
ining its files, and now republishes au artiole
whiob appeared in the Richmond Enauirtr of
Nov. 1st, IBM. It will be remembered that
tbe objects of the Hartford Convention were
communicated by the Legislature of Massachu
setts "to the different Governments of the
Union," In official letters bearingjdate Oct. 17,
1814. Tbe following extraot will show how a
leading Virginia newspaper then regarded the
threatened secession of New England:
: "No man, no association of men, no State or
set of States, has a right to withdraw Itself from
tbe Union of its own accord. .The same power
which knit ns together only can unknit.. The
same formality which forced the links of th
Union is necessary to dissolve it. The majority
of States which form the Union must consent to
the withdrawal ot any ont branoh of it. Until
that consent bas been obtained, anv attemnt to
dissolve the Union, or obstruct the effloienoy of
its constitutional law, is treason treason to all
intents and purposes. Any other dootrine.suoh as
that which has been lately held forth by the Fed
eral Republicans, that any one Statejmay with
draw Itself from the Union, is an abominable
heresy which strips its author of ererv nossl-
ble pretension to the name or character oi Fed
trnM. . , .
'We call, therefore, noon the Government ot
the Union to exert its energies when tbe season
shall demand it, and seize the firtt traitor who
shall spring out of the hot-bed of the Con
vention at Hartford. The Illustrious Union,
which has been cementsd by the blood of our
forefathsn, the pride of Amerloa, and the won
der oT the world, must not be tamelv sacrificed
to the heated brains or tbe aspiring hearts of a
tew malcontents, ins union must be saved,
when any one shall dare to assail it.
"countrymen of the Last! wecaiiuDon vou
to seep a vigilant eye upon tnoee wretched men
who would plunre us Into civil war and Inevita
ble discreeev Whatever mav be tbe tcmnorarv
calamities which may assail us, let us swear
upon the altar of our country to sae the Union."
Mr. Lincoln is now calling upon citizens to put
down secession ny arms, ana Virginia is in arms
to aeiena secession.. ' . ,. -j , . : .
What A Spunky New Orleans Editor Thinks of
[From the New Orleans Crescent, April 25th.]
The Yankee mode of lighting is like that of
tbe fjbinese plenty or noise ana fuss, but no
execution.. Chinese warriors attempt to frisht
en the enemy by painting their faces, carrying;
broad shields with hideous devioes on them, and
snaking aneartbiy aoises oy oetung gongs and
rinrlnf bellsr At the first pop of the run they
throw dowl their roogs fand shields, and run
wlttt. lighiQlpg wlUeM( A tquad of Massa-
cbusetU militia confronted by an equal number
of Mississippi riflemen, would make better time
than ever Lexington made over the Metalre
coune. i : . . .'!-
Massachusetts pluck and prowess are terrible
on oaoer. but on paper only. ' The downeasters
oi Massachusetts and Maine are bow avowing
their ability and their intention of whipping
tha Southerners, to nse their own classic lan-
euaae."to alldarnation." ' When it comes to
the pincbytbey will simmer down more quickly
than the well known Individual whose oall for
the man that struck Billy Patterson was so
promptly and unexpectedly answered, ah ii.
lustration of Massachusetts bravery was fur.
nished a lew years ago, when a military compa
ny in Boston rescued tbe slave Burns from a
mob and carried him boldly down tbe street, the
populace contenting themselves with looking on,
jeering and howling, and bellowing like a par
cel 01 Durlaioes wnen tney come eoroue toe
body of a recently slaughtered eomrade on the
plains. , .t! ;1)ji i ..i ' ' 1
, , The Governor of Maine notifies ns that every
man in that State is ready for the war oi South
ern subjugation.'. The bounty on codfish Is In
dangery-a bounty tbe treasury of the Union has
paid for so many yean to Maine fishermen a
bonus to those peoplo for following a business
profitable of itself the first and only Instance
of such favoritism, we venture to say, in tbe
legislation of the whole world. Tbe South, so
it is threatened, is to be invaded by an army of
codfish and onion fed warriors irom tbe state oi
Maine. At the first fire from Braeg's or Beau
regard's battery, they will scatter like a parceiW
Af miin. fiVi!nlrnni alt.n ihow IDA tllA hnnowtfl
hank sweeping down on them from the upper
air. .. , , n. .',
A people' whose most bloodthirsty achieve
ments consist In harpooning whales, and eris
oerating codfish, have the assurance to talk
about whipplnfr Mississippians and Kentuck-
ians, who can, with the deadly and unerring
rifle, pick a squirrel out of the topmost branches
of the highest tree at every pop. If these Yan
kees had the modesty to say tbat the contest
would be a doubtful one, we might have some
patience with them. When they talk as if the
subjugation of the South is as easy a matter as
tne peeling oi one oi weir own oniuna, mej put
a point upon it rather too fine. We might con
sent to ba moderately whinned bv these dourbtv
warrion and valorous champions from Maine
and Massachusetts but tbe idea or being ut
terly exterminated , oleaned out and "dispersed,"
is rather "binding" on us. Will not the cod
fish and onion brigades of the bold North show
us at least a little mercyt
Taking the Capital.
We pay but little attention to tbe rumors of
tbe Intended movements of our own Government
or of that of the seceding States. In the nature
of things, the men who plan the military move
ments of the contending forces will nse every
enort to eonoeal their ulterior purposes, and to
blind their adversaries as to tbeir true strategio
movements, w e are not to suppose for one mo
ment mat tne purpose of the Cabinet at Wash
ington, or tne schemes or Jeff. Davis, will be her
aided to tbe world through the press and tele
graphio dispatches. The idle rumors and opln
ions oi travelers, based upon what this secession
1st or tbat secessionist said, are just as Important
as what every street corner patriot says among us
and no more. Neither of them amount to thuckt.
The capital of the country may be attacked.
We are not prepared to say that such a purpose
has not been entertained, am we firmly be
lieve that no such purpose will be attempted or
ever resolved upon, unless and until the State
of Maryland secedes. It Is possible that tbe
policy of "carrying tbe war into Africa," as we
term it, may have been adopted by Jeff. Davis,
on account of the blockade of Southern ports;
but up to this point, It has clearly been the
ot tbe seceders to Interfere with tbe af
fairs of, no state until she bas resolved that she
was out or tbe Union. Were we, therefore, to
speculate upon tbe course of the enemy, we
should say that no attack wilt be attempted em
Washington, unless Maryland secedes.
It is a mistake to suppose tbat any portion of
tbe present District ot Columbia ever belonged
to Virginia, or that she has.or can have any pre
tence as a reserved or contingent right in any
portion of it. That part of tbe District which
was at first ceded by the State of - Virginia has
long since been retroseded to that State, and the
whole of tbe present District is composed of the
former territory of Maryland. We are therefore
inclined to disbelieve In the alleged policy of Da
vis to attack the Capital. But it Is all but spec
ulation at best, and may be wide of tbe mark.
We have little faith In tbe idea that the strat
egic policy of either party is or will be known to
the public until facts develop tt Chicago
No. 4 Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
AKEPtOW RECEIVING THEIR Wilt
TBR GOODS, and invite the nubile to Inspect
them. No such stock of Goods has ever been brought to
this market. The South, In eonseqnenoe of the failure
of the grain crop, has net been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich goods, and this fact bas forced the
Importers to sell them at publlo auotion. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being in New York at these large sales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will sell our goods
here, at lea than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them in New York. Our stock Is complete In
every department of , -
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
. PRINTED MERINOS,
. DYED COBUGS:
BLACK ALPACAS, .
. ORLEANS, ...
FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
;, . - i DELAINES..
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Vorth'
Bought in One Day, , V
At one ball tne Cast of Impottatrwn.
In all Varieties, of tha Celebrated
nana fata re at C. G. Gnn
' there tt Son. ' ' ;
Men's, Ladles and Children's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladies, Missee and Children's Hosiery of sll kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of every make. ,.,.,)-,., ;
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of h i ,... , . .'. ,'
LADIES' CLOTHS, . i '
, . CASSIMERE9,' ' ' ' ii;'..
.OVERCOATINGS. . , i v. ... x. ; TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, - '' H .. ..v.. i-." ..
. 'RIBBONS, -a -
. DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, 4o., &c, .. - i
To persons who eall on us, we pledge onr words to
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever seen la this market, or pay them one dollar per
nour wmie loosing., j i . i u 1
deol-dli2tawltw. t ..... , BTONB O'HABBA.
JUnypesn, A Miller, ri;Uff., ManJain 0InK
I. Humphrey St Co., Defend'ta.
Justice ef Urn Pesos.,
OH THE lata DAT OF nAHCHi
A. D. 1BSI. an order of Attachment, la theaters
named action was Issued by Job G. sillier, Justice ot
Ihe Peace for Montgomery townanip, rnntlln eouaty,
Ohio, for the earn of 150; and en the 83d day of March.
lent, the oases was art loomed for hearing to the 18th
oar of May, a. u. mi, ai iuo-eiom a. a. .. ,
, . . . MANVPKNNT A HILLS, CwlatiSs, .
FI Is precisely what Its name Indicates, for, whllel
III Weasant to the taste, it is revlvlf 1 nr. exhllarat-
nilng, Invigorating and streng'Jienlng to the vital
. Ipowers, ana at the same time revivifies, lein
states, and renews the Blood in all Its purity, ana'
thus at once restore and render the tvttem in
' IrWneraUs to attack ofdieeatt. It Is the only
preparation ever offered to the world, so chemi
cally and skillfully combined ss to be the most
powerful tonic, and st the same time so perfectly
adapted to, as to act Inperleotaecordanoe with the
lewa of natuie, and hence will tooth the weakett
momach, and tone up the digestive organs, and U
Lhn. all.wall n.vvnil. .nil Attiap I.I.iIah T I.
Ipor'eotly exhilarating, and at the same time It Is L,
Composed entirely of vegetables, yet so combined f
ss to proauoBine most uiorougu wniceneoi, witn
out producing any Injurious oonsequences. Buohil.
a remedy has long been felt tons a desideratum in LB
the medical world, ror it needs no medical skill to
tee that debility follows sll attacks of disease, and
proceeds and Indeed lays tha system open to the
insidious attacks of msny of the most fatal, such,
for example, as the following: Oonsumntlon. In
kllgestion. Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite. Palntnees.
nervous irriiaoiniy, neuralgia, raipitatton or tne
Heart, Melancholy, Night Bweata, Languor, Qiddl-
sess, netenuon oi, as wen as rainiui onsiructea
too profuse, or too sesnt Menstruation, and fall'
ing of the Womb. These all depend upon general
debility. This pure, healthy, tonio Cordial and
mood ttenovator is as sura to cure as the sun to
rise and set. There is no mistake about It. But
ihls is not all. If tbe system Is weakened, we are
'. pen to bilious attacks, Ihe liver becomes tornid
or worse aiseasea, me sianeve refuse to netiorm
their functions, and we are troubled with tcaldingi"
ana lnenminence oi nnne. it, nA nnt.rvnii.
charge of the same, pain in the back, aide and be- A
tween the shoulders, exceedingly liable to sllghtjU
colds, coughs, and if unchecked, soon emaciation
follows, and tbe patient goes down to a premature s
grave. But space will not allow us to enumerate J
the many ills to which we are liable in a weakened V
condition of the system . But we will say, in thisl
Cordial and Blood Kenovator you have a perfeevU
safe, pleasant and tuectual remedy for loss of M
Annet te. Biliousness, rlatnlenr. wmIt .nil iu
stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint. Chilli and
Fever, or any Bilious attack, Oostiveness, Acidity
if the Stomach, Nervousness, Neuralgia, Palpita
tion of the Heart, resslon of Spirits. Bores,
Pimples en the Pace, or any disease arising from
.moure blood, anrh as Scrofula. Krv.inelu. Rmn k
'hitls, Cough, difficulty of Breathing, and all.ihat j,
Mlaas of diseases called femals weakoessjand RI
enumerated above. We will also say the travpler tJ
einrnWfl tA Mtil-mll,. lhlnn ftf .llmal. anil irat.
er, will find it a pleasant, sale and sure remedy
tnu none snould ever travel without. Header.
'rviL tar mm i.iin vnn .nn will Anil In II . IrimnA
Indeed, as well as a friend In need. All persons of I
nenisry naoirs will nna iispenect preventive or
ib wen at cure ror those ailments to which they are
particularly exposed. Hence minlsters,students,at
torneys, literary gtntlemen.and ladies who are nol
iccustomed to much outdoor exeiclse, will find It
o their advantaee to keen a bottle constantly on
hand: and. above all. mothers, or these becoming
iuch; will go through that most dangerous period
dot only wth all their accustomed strength, but
aie ana rree irom tne thousand ailments so prey-
ueni among me remaie portion oi me world. In
thort, it is indeed a mother's cordial. Try IL old
andjoung; no longer run tbe risk of delay; It will
relieve and prove itself emphatically a Eettora
tin Cordial and Blood Renovator.
O.J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, New
i on, ana 111 narset street. HI. I,onia. Ho., and
sold by K0BBRTS a BAMUKL, Columbus, Ohio,
and all eood Drnfriita; Price On. Tlnii..
iper Bottle. marcfa'-dweowly
Cure Couah. Cold. Boartmut. Jnlta.
enta, any Iritatlon orSorene of the
Ihroat, Believe the Banking Cough
in Consumption, Bronheitie, Attha
ma, and Catarrh, Clear and give
etrenm 10 Me voice or
Few are aware of the Importance of checking a Comh
or "Common Cold" in its first stage; that which In the
beginning would yield to a mild remedy. If neglected.
soon attacks the lungs. "Brown't Bronchial Trochtt,"
containing demulcent ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
BROWN'S I "That trouble In my Throat, (for which
the 'TrocAee'are a specific) having made me
tbuuiusd oiten a mere wnisperer."
N. P. WILLIS.
BROWN'S "I recommend their use to Public Sfxak
TSOOHISl BIT. H. OlTAPTW.
,J "Have proved extremely serviceable for
DROWITS iTIoAuieitM.' . .
TROOHKSl "Almost Instant relief In the distressing
I KEV. IIBNKY WAKIJ BtRdniR. t
Ishor of breathine nMnllar tn A-thm."
BROWN'S RBV. A. O. KQQLSBTON.
"Contain no Onlnm or anvthin lnln.1
TROCHBS oua." DR. A. A. HAYES.
BROWN'S "A simple and pleasant combination for
TROCHES DR. G. F. BIQEL0W,
BROWN'S "Beneficial In BaoitcniTis."
DR. J. V. W. I.1VB
"I have nroved them excellent for Wimnp-
BBOWN'B ura Ooron."
RIV. H. W. WARRRN.
MBeneScl.l when enmn.ll.fl tn m..ir .,r.
BROWN'S ferlng from Cold." '
REV. a. P. J. ANnrnanM. -
TROCHES , St. loult.
"IrracrtTAL In vemnvlnv TTnananM, .nH
BROWN'B IrrltaUon of the Throat, so common with
Srakbrs and Smatma."
TR00H1B Prof. BTAOY JOHNSON
La Qrana. Qtt..
BROWN'S Teacher of Mutic, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and after
preaching, as they prevent Hoarseness. Prom
their past effect, I think they will be of pef
mauen. aaranuige to me,
BBV. E.ROWLEY. A.M.,
President of Athens College, Tenn
KTSold by sll Drugglste at TWENTY
nvti uania a uux.ciji
ROBERTS A BAMCEL.
Drugglste, 84 North High street.
8.1. BAMDKL A OO..
Bi South High street, Columbus, 0.
TO BUSINESS MEN.
AN EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
reliable business men to secure a profitable manu
facturing business, requiring but a small oanltal in It.
establishment and prosecution.
The manufacture consists In the application of a pe
culiar composition or enamel to common red bricks, and
a variety of other building material, ornamental archi
tectural nnunings, ceilings, uiee ror Boors and for
This enamel may be tinted of any color, from the
purest white to the deepest black, with all the colors
and shades between. It Imparts to the articles to which
It Is applied a hardness and durability almost inererfihio.
and a beauty surpassing that of tbe rareat and most costly
of the variegated marbles, and, unlike them, is Impervi
ous to moisture, and will never fsde, stain, or deterior
ate, costing but a fractional part ot the prioe of ordinary
It la also valuable ror table and stand tone, mantle-
piecee, monuments, and an endless variety of other arti
cles of staple use. The process of applying tha enamel
is simpie, wnne ine articles enameled will command a
ready sale, affording large profits. Reepomlble parties
may procure licenses for manufacturing under the pat
ent for any city or prominent town In the United States,
by applying to the subscriber. A small tariff en the ar
ticles manufactured will be required for the nse of the
invention. Circulars giving ful) particulars will be for
warded to all applicants.
The superior merit and beauty of this enameled build
ing material to anything In use has the nnonmllfled in.
dorsement of msny of the most eminent architects and
sotenttfio men of this and other cities.
For paruculars address
. J0HHS0H FBALX,,
General Agents for Enameled Building Material,
spB dim. . 'Si NASSAU ST., NEW YORK.
OPENING OF THE SEASON
: - OF
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
AT P. HOSE'S.
T AGAIN OFFER TO THE PCBLIC
J. an Satire new stock of Goods In my line, just purch
ased tn New York'at the cheapest panic rates.all of which
1 snail sen at toe smallest pronts, ror Cash. My custom'
ers and friends ars respectfully Invited to eall .nil n.m.
Ine my Goods and Prices, as I am determined to sell as
cheap or cheaper than any other house in the city; and
as I do my own Cutting, and superintend my own bual-
ness, a leeiaesumi.irom my long experience In cosi
ness, to give general satlsfactioa. Th. fliMat nf wnrk.
aeo are employed, and all work done strictly to time and
on abort notice, and warranted to fit. Strangers visiting
our city would eonsnlt their interest by giving me a call
vuhv yuviHiui envwnery. tr. bvuph,
. , , ... Merchant Tailor,
marchtw-dly Oor. High and Town sis.
iPMIJIG CLOAKS AND HAMtllNEH
lltanS .rMt k a M I n a t nnanaH ..a mtwlmm '
Ictuabs. Basodirss and SAcqnm, made Its the aeweetand
wJ, eiyiiin Banner A fo, snpsrs -flaln
BBimr.K. aiiaw, very aeavy, aetigned expressly for
it A of elegant qualities for Ladies) alas, Misses' MIUs
wm m - f tmm w ttw BAfV.VJ AYTs IU m
, " '"St.
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alterative that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla ia
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy ia wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
Scrofula and Scuofui.ous Complaints,
EnurTioNs and Euui'tive Dikuases, Ulceus,
Pimples, Blotches, Tumohs, Salt Ekeum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Ap-
PECTIONS, MeKCUIUAL Dl812A8B, DllOFSY, Neu-
iuloia oitTio DouLouitEux, Dehility, Dys
pepsia AND INDIOE8TION, EuYSlPELAS, ltosE
on St. Anthon y's Fins, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising from Impurity op
This compound will bo found a creat nro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expci me wui numors wiucn tester in the
Wood nt that season of the vcar. B v the time.
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in tho bud. Multitudes can, by
.L - !J f al.! 1 , It '
mo uiu ut tins mmeuy, spare inemseivcs irom
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulrerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
o.ursung mrougn ine sKin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins 5 cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healtliv, and all is well j but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
We is disordered qr overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. Hut
the world has been egreglously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has hot all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
protending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Mast
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
tiiey not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until tie
name itself is justly despised, and lias become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wc call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such n remedy as shall rescue the
name from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by tho ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. I11 order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DR. J. C. AYEIl CO.
Price, $1 per Dottle 1 Six Bottles for 99.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
hm won for itself such a renown for llio cure of
irciy ui Anrouruim A.ung uumpialtft, Mat
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of iU virtues, wherever it hits been cm
ployed. As it lias long been in constant uso
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assuro tho peoplo its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it mny be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOn THE CUH2 07
Cosliveness, Jaundice, Dysjiepsia, Indigestion,
Dtsenterl. Foul Stomach. F.i
Pile, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Shin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumor and
Salt Hficum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood.
ThcV fire Blll.lr.rnnfpil mi tlm, lim n,nat -jn.t
tiva can take them pleasantly, and they are the
ues. api-riL-iu in ine noriu ior on 111c purposes oi a
Price 26 cents per Box ; Five boxos for $1.00.
Great numbors of Clergymen, Plivsicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here wiH not permit the
insertion of them. The Ar?cnU below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which thev
are given; with also full descriptions of the nlmre
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off bv unnnncinled Wlpr with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no othen. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
All our remedies are for sale by
R0BRRT8 A SAMUBL. Columbus.
And by Drugglitsand Dealers everywhere.
3. Doylo cto Oo.
TTATE RF.HIOYED THEIR OFFICE
to the Bouth-west corner ot High and Friend
And will continue to keep on hands a large stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The attention of Merchants and Sealers Is resnectful.
ly Invited to our stock. 8. DOYLBAOo.
NEW HOOP SKIRT. ,
33 LXCT cfe SON,
" No. 39, SOUTH HIOH 8TBIIT. . .
Have lust received a new make of HOOP SKIRTS
tnlshed In a manner far superior to any yet Introduced
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS.
HEN you go to New York . drive direct to the
BROADWAY, C0RNBR OF HOUSTON STIET
X Conducted on the ' ''' " r'
Good Fare, Good Booms. Prompt Attendance, and Mod'
BINOLI BOOMS SO CTS. 7S CT8. and II PER LAY
S0UBLI BOOMS and FABL0R8 1 1 ,W to S3.
' Meals as ordered. This Hotel has all the an nolntmenl.
of the best hotels, a most osntral location, and Is heated
inrougnow ny steam. BAllUSli . MB AD,
HENRY KfEHIiEK. .
(late of fhatoa's Bstabllsbment. N. T.,) Proprietor
Bhampoonlug, Curling and Dressing Saloon. last Btate
street, over the Poet Offloe, where satlsfactioa will
be given In all the various branches. Ladles sad
,kiLj.t. r i j - , . . .
vmiurvn, UMir Hi i.iui UUW id U. veml StTW.
yi-div .. ... r
Tb LAIN sHD FlOnREII HLlCft
X DRESS BILKS, of every grade. Tne moot eeleet
assortment in ins eiry, ana at moat reaanname rates.,
BAIN A BON,
' aprllS . , Ho. Seats. High street.
T7M.EOANT PLAIN BLACK SI1.KS FOB
MJd etreet Basques sum ssanuesi atso. suon i nnnii
and Tassels Is matoh, at BAIH
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER !
OCR SPUING STOCK IS UNUSUAL- .
ly large and well assorted. The very latest patterns
from AMKBIOAN, KNGLIBH and F BENCH Factories.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
- Gold and Painted Shades,
m WIHD0W FIXTURES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
RANDALL & ASTON,
N. B. Landlords and persons wishing quantities of
Paper will make money by buying of ns. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to call
andseens. faprll ldftneodl R.fcA.
MUST BE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
TO SUIT THE TIMES!
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
.WING TO THE WAR BETWEEN
' tha Union .nil th Hnnn. flnnlh t V..... I.I.J
J hvwh., m ttm t v wuuuin.
to sell out
ALL MY GOODS,
The stock consists of ths largest lot of
In the city of Columbus:
S0IT TIHI8H CAMBRICS, '
UULIAM, fcUUlHUS, BK.LBT BHAID,
HOSIERY, FIBS. BUTT05S,
BUBPEHDERS, HOOKS AND ETES,
and all kinds of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES;
the best HOOP SKIRTS in Columbus, and st the
Wholesale and Retail.
Then, ladles, all, both great end small,
Come, give me a eall.
And then you'll Bud A. M. K. SToaaia
In all his Glory.
A. M. K. BT0RRIE, Agent,
Remember the War I Mo. 61 Town street,
aprll:d3m Columbus, Ohio.
Spring & Summer Millinery.
Th 8 took Replenished , s .
FROITI LATEST IiriPORTATIONS OF ' '
c MY STOCK OF ":; "
Spring 8c Summer Millinexy : ;
Is now eomplste,eomprising every variety of Mlllla-' "
sry; also, a huge assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery ' '
and Notions, ike., and la quantities and prices that saa '
not rait to suit all who may favor us with a eall. The :
goods have been bought at Panic prlosi, and will be sold . .
st a small advance en east. . . . ,
Miss M. E.YOUNG, lata of Nsar York Cltj, 1
will superintend th Millinery Department. Her tong
experience In the most Faahlenabla BslabltshSMat la
Broadway will alone ba a warranty that sbs will be aU
to give entire setUractloa In matltra of tut to all who
may favor her witn tbeir orders, si. T '
The Ladles of Columbus and yicUity will pleMS ao-'
eept my sincere thanls for their liberal patronage, and
I woatld respectfully solicit a erallanaae of th asm.
SB Eaat Tstwa St.,. Celamkas, O.
" sprll-dJm-eed ' .'. ; ' '. ' r ......
Irish Linen Goods. ...
ARRANTED FABHIO ' '' '
Linen Skirt Bosowis Fiala and Fane
. Shirting and Bosom Linens. '
Linen Wheeling and Pillow Casings. '
binea uaaionca ana Long Lawns.
;:.. Linen Pocket-handk'fs, sll tlsa
1 ' - '
''' tue Towelllnge and Diapers,
Llnea napkins and D'Oylla.
Linen Table Clothe a.d Batia Damasks.
''' Llaen Towels with colored borders. , ,'
.. , - Linen Stair Ooverlngs and Onuh.
For sal at low prices.
BAIN A SON,
fcbtt V. It Beuth High stmt.
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