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f EL DOLLARS PZS YXAB,
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D AILY. TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
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Dij . . . $6 00 pr year.
By the Curler, per woek, lt cants.
trl-Weakly - 00 per yer.
Weekly,.; 1 00 "
firm of AttvortUinir by tba Square.
d square 1 yeai . . . S2U 00
One " I moi.tht 18 00
One " Bmoutht 13 00
3d " '! monlht 10 00
One ' Smontht B 00
One L" I month. 1 00
One tquere 3 weeks. .4 00
On " 8weekt..3u0
One " lweek... 1 75
One " 3dayt... 1 00
One " Hdaya... 73
One " lioMrtioa 60
Displayed advertlBtmentt half more than the above
"Advertisement! leaded and placed In the column of
Hpecial Notlcea," double the ordinary rate.
All uotlcen required to be published by law, legal rate.
If ordered on the inslno exclusively after the Ant week
pur cent, mire than the above rates; bat all such wll
appearlh the Trl-Weekly without charge.
lluslness Cards, not exceeding Bveliuoi, per year, In-
de, J 50 per line; outside .
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advtmes Ie rule will notberarledfrsm.
Weekly, mime price aa the Dally, whore the advertlaer
aei the Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
are both uied, then the charge l'the Weekljr will be
ttilf the rati-eot the Dully
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tion 1 between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at 9:15a. m.,
loMolu,,81fiiRb train; ..
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Jeffenon, London, Charleston, Oedarville, Xenia.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow, DeerUeld, Fostor'e.
Loveland, Mlllfordand Plainville, arriving at Cincin
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I can tell them at prloet to tult Ihe timet. I bavejutt
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ble record of the learning of 1U compiler.
From the Cincinnati Commercial of April Ha.' '
Here are upwards of a hundred thousand words food,
had and Indifferent whoee mnltifarletu meanings and
derivations, together with their cornet spelling and pro
nunciation, are set elearly before the eyo. . The work la
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
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.. 3 (Ml
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between the Governor of Ohio
and the Governor of Kentucky.
STATE OF OHIO, EXECUTIVE DEP'T.
COLUMBUS, April 17, 1861.
To hi EzetUtney, Hon. Beriah Magoffin, Gov
! ernor of Kenlucky.
Sir: This note will be presented to 70a bj
my friend, the Hon. T. M. Key, a Domocratio
member of the Ohio Senate, who is a native
Kentucklan, and a gentleman of tbe bigbeet
honor and intelligence. Judge Key ia thorough
ly conversant with tbe condition of affairs in
this State, and tbe aisurancea be will give you
of the sincere desire of tbe people of Ohio tbat
nothing may occur to interrupt tbe kindly and
neighborly feeling of the people of these States,
yon can rely upon absolutely, both as the ex
pression of tbeir sentiments and my own. A
very brief acquaintance with bira will satialy
you that you can freely confer with him in ro
gard to the oondltion of the peoplo upon our
common border, and as to tbe proper means of
removing all apprehension of strife between
them. It 1 my inoet earnest wish that the ac
tion of both States may bo animated by tbe
same complete devotion to the Constitution and
Union of tbe United States. And to aid in this
objeot and in preserving mutual confidence be
tween our people, I have desired Judge Key to
visit you on this whole matter. Judge Key will
express my sentiments, and I sincerely hope you
will further bis patriotio desire by oonierring
frankly and fully with him. With tho
Governor of Ohio.
Report of Hon. Thos. M. Key.
COLUMBUS, April 23, 1861.
Hon. Wm. DiNNisoN.Governor of Oblo, Sir:
At your request, I now reduce to writing a re
port of the result of my interviews with Gov.
MagotHo, at Louisville, Ky., on the 20th Inst.
At a very late hour on the night previous I deliv
ered him your communication, dated on the 18,
and be appointed nine o'clock of the next morn
ing for our meeting, at which hour I called at
bis room, and we remained alone in conversa
tion for a long time, tbe details of which I have
verbally reported to you on my retort' Our
conversation was very protracted,. coveting the
general relations of tbe two States at the time,
and tbe points upon which there was fear of a
collision between their citizeos, but its substance
may be briefly given. I stated to Gov. Ma
goffln that I came as a messenger from you, for
the purpose of ooversation merely to express your
regret that any circumstances should threaten
the continuance of tbe good understanding and
friendly relations which bad always existed be
tween Ohio and Kentucky, and your desire and
determination to employ your Executive influ
ence and authority to prevent any attack of ag
gression by citizens of Ohio agaiust tho State or
people of Kentucky, and your readiness to give
Immediate attention to any complaint which he
might oause to be brought to your notice. At
tbe same time informed him in the most
express terms from you, that all the people
and resources of Ohio were subject, and
would' be devoted, to the support of the
Constitution and the laws of the United
States, and to tbe maintenance of whatever
policy should be determined upon by tbe Gener
al Government; that my errand had nothing in
view beyond the opening of friendly and frank
communication between the Executives of tbe
two States, Gov. Magoffin, in reply, expressed
bis very great gratification in receiving a mes
leaser from you. His earnest hope that peace
ful relations may continue between the people
of the two States his determination to exert
bit Executive power to restrain any conduct by
citirenAol Kentucky which may be offensively
construed by citizens of Ohio, especially bis firm
purpose to permit notaing to do none wmcn
could 1 be believed ' as menacing the
safety of the city of Cincinnati, and
bis desire lor immediate communication
with you on any occurrence which should
disturb public order, or tend to excite unfriendly
feeling. Gov. Magoffin, at the conclusion of
our interview, requested me to express his res
pect and regard lor you personally. 1 deem it
proper to say that my mind was strongly im
pressed with the belief tbat, whatever might be
the individual opinions of Gov. Magoffin, it was
his purpose to use hit best efforts for the avoid
ance by Kentucky of all offence against Ohio,
until the people of Kentucky should determine
their final policy of their State in relation to tho
exciting troubles ot tne country.
THOS. M. KEY
LOUISVILLE, Ky., April 20, 1861.
Wm. Dtnniton, Goo. of OUio,Columbui:
Governor Magoffin it here. Interview loug,
free and satisfactory. Expresses purposes and
policy friendly and prudent. Anxious for in
stant communication between Executives upon
aggression by citizens of either State. Ken
tucky arming for defence and present neutrali-
THOMAS M. KEY.
COLUMBUS, O., April 20, 1861.
Hon. T- AT. Key, Louitville:
Your dispatch received. 1 am very
muoh gratified to be assured of tbe peaceful
purposes of Gov. Magoffin. I will be ready for
instant communication with him upon any ag
gresaion by citizens of either State. -
W. DENNISON, Gov'r.
W. DENNISON, Gov'r. [No. 2.]
LOUISVILLE, April 25, 1861.
'To Gov. Dihnison: Will yon co-operate
with me In a proposition to tne uovernmcut tor
peace by tbe Border btates at mediators be
tween the contending parties? I was highly
5ratined to receive and comer wun Judge Key
have a similar understanding with Gov. Mor
B. MAGOFFIN. [No. 3]
COLUMBUS, April 26, 1861.
To Gov. Maaorrm: I have your dispatch of
yesterday, and will communicate with you in
relation to ltitnrougn my iriena uoi. moan li.
Swayne, of this city, who will meet you In a day
or two. wnere win ne nna yoa, say on ition
LOUISVILLE, April 26, 1861.
b Gov. Dennison. I propose to meet Col.
N. II, Swayne, or will send representative, at
tbe Spencer House, Cincinnati, next Tuesday, at
4 o'clock P. M. Have taken the liberty to in
vite uov. morion, oi maiana, to tbe Uonicr
COLUMBUS, April 26, 1861.
Gov. MaoorriNt Col. Swayne will meet vour
representative at the Spencer House, in Cincin
nati, at tbe time you .mention. I am glad, to
CINCINNATI, April 30, 1861.
To thi Hon. Wm. Dtnniton, Governor of Ohio
Dbak Siki I have been Instructed by the
Hot. B. Magoffin, Governor of Kentuoky, to
solicit the ee-operatlon of the Hon. O. P, Mor
ton Governor of Indiana, and yourself, in an ef
fort to bring about a truoe between the General
Government and tbe seceded States until the
meetlnrof Congress in extraordinary session
In the hope that the action of thai bodv mav
point out the way to a peaoeful solution of our
I have the honor to be very respeotfully and
truly your obedient servant,
T. L. CRITTENDEN.
T. L. CRITTENDEN. [No. 7.]
COLUMBUS, May 1st, 1861.
To Col. T. L. Cuttendin: Dear Sir I
have 'received vour communication of jester
dav. In which vou sav vou have been instructed
bv the Hon. B. Maeoffln. Governor of Ken
tucky, to solicit the CO operation of tbe Hon.
O. P. Morton, Governor of Indiana, and myself
In an effort to bring about a truce between the
General Government ana tne teceuea states,
until the meeting of Congress in extraordinary
session, in the hoot that the action of tbat body
may point out tbe way to a peaceful solution of
our national troubles, in repiy i nave to remark-,
that, believing the General Government to be
wholly in the right, I can see no reason for tbe
Interposition suggested. If it be desired by
Governor Magoffin, I will cordially unite with
him in an appeal to the seceded States at once,
to return to their allegiance to the Government
of the Union, and thus terminate the difficulties
which their conduct has brought upon tne coun
try. - Apy other peaceful solution is impossible.
A truce would only aggravate tne impending
evils. Please submit this communication to
the Hon. Gov. Magoffin. With great respeot,
' Very Truly Yours,
The Downfall of Abolitionism.
Tbe anniversaries of the Abolition society,
usually held in May, have been, this year, in
definitely postponed. They dare Dot convene,
in tbe face of public sentiment, aroused to put
down sectionalism and treason in whatever
shape it may present itself. Abolitionists have
labored, unceasingly, at tbe task of destroying
the Union, for thirty years. They have taught
tbat tbe Constitution of the United States ia "a
league with hell and a covenant withdea'h;'
that slavery is a 'crime," a "curse,"
"sin," and "tbe sum of all villanies." They
sanctioned the murders of John Brown ranked
him in their writings and speeches as second
only to Jesus Christ) and have looked forward
with exultation to tbe period when Insurrec
tions should bring upon tbe South "fire, rapes
and slaughter," From the hour when South
Carolina seceded, they have unceasingly pro
claimed, with VV endell Phillips "Disunion is
honor, disunion is gain." They have heaped
scorn and insult upon more moderate tree soil
ers, who have entertained a bope tbat the in
tegrity of the republio might be preserved,
and, if tbey bad had tbe power, would have
treated them as the Mountain did the Jacobins
in tbe French Revolution. The time of terrl
ble retribution it rapidly approaching. The
sublime bat indignant spirit of the great Union,
which is about to sweep away rebellion from tbe
Southern States, Is no lees aroused against those
who, by a series of provocations, exoited them to
revolt. Abolition will bang on tne same tree
with rebellion. If Southern revolution has ere
ated such an outburst of armed enthusiasm
throughout the land, tbe more crafty, cowardly
abolition of tbe North wbich conjured it into being
is no less condemned.
Tbe thunder of the batteries which opened
thoir fire, on tbe 12th of April, against Fort
Sumter, annihilated the power and influence of
abolition. For all practical purposes, in the
United states, it fell dead tbere, as a political
Influence. Tbe spontaneous uprising of the
masses of loyal oitizens, in all parts of tbe North,
which tbe Inauguration of hostilities by General
Beauregard occasioned, was not directed against
the South alono. The people were actuated by
one thought, one feeling; namely, the solemn
resolvo, tlat the Integrity and unity of, tbe re
public Bhould evolvo out of the present chaos,
and that no toleration should, henceforth, be
shown to any class of individuals by whom they
may be endangered. The Massachusetts school
of politics is the most pernicious' jd destructive
that ever has arisen In our bistory. Oat of It
sprang the fire-eating opposition of the South,
and tne insurrectionary elements which cul
minated iu the conspiracy of Jefferson Davis and
his associates, and the seizure of those places
and properties wbich it has become the duty of
tbe government to retake. Its day of mischief
nas gone by. it dare not assume a conspicuous
position now, and it will never venture to do so
bercatter. Ihe abolition meetings of the Antl
Slavery Society, heretofore held in the month of
May in this great metropolis, are henceforth
postponed lorever and a day. iYne York Herald,
[Form the Scientific American.]
Military and Naval Inventions.
The inventive faculty of the country, roused
to extraordinary aotivity by the intense mental
excitement pervading the community, will now
be directed to an uuusual extent to improve
ments to implements of war and in all mechan
ism connected with naval and military opera
tions, ui tne tnonsano elements in Inls broad
field of invention, the most prominent at the
present time are rifled cannon and the Iron nlat
ing of ships. The great military powers Ebb-
land and France after expending bnndreds of
thousands oi aouars in experiments, nave adopt
ed both of these important Improvements! while
our own government, wmcn, notwithstanding its
peaceful policy, usually occupies the front rank
in the quality of its small army and navv. is
strangely behind In the movement.
Tbe rilled cannon oi tne trench armv are load
ed at the muzzle, while the British government
has adopted tbe breach-loading gun Invented
by Armstrong; though, since the recent astound
ing revelations in regard to that famous weap
on, it is proDaoie mat its nse win oe abandon
ed, and the British government also will adopt
the simpler pieces which are loaded at the
muzzle. A great deal of attention thas been
given by English inventors to the forms of the
rifle grooves; whether they should bs reotang
ular, triangular or rounded whether thev
should be broad or narrow, few or many, &c,
and many of these points remain entirely unset-
The plating of Ships, too, nolwlthstandtnir the
fact that botb nations are expending millions of
dollars upon these' shields, is regarded by the
most intelligent English engineers as still open
for experiment and improvement. , A great deal
of discussion has been expended upon plans for
making the sides of the ships which were to bear
these plates sloping; it being ascertained tbat a
much thinner plate is required to turn away a
shot striking at an angle, than will resist a per
pendicular impact. '
u is easy to conceive oi numerous modifica
tions of this idea by which inclined plates will
be offered to the reception of the shot. ' One
plan invented in England is to have the plates
fastened npon independent floats, to be earried
by tbe sides or tbe ship; and the Intellect of
tbe nation seems to be teeming with an endless
variety of ideas in connection with the subject.
But the rifling of cannon and tbe plating of
snips are oniy two oi an innumerable mnititude
ot details connected with naval and military
mechanism. The shot, the wad, the cartridge,
the lock, the gun carriage, tbe cartridge box, the
tent and tent equipage, the cooking apparatus,
preserved meats and other provisions, and. in
short, everything relating to tbe operations, the
armaments and the supplies of navies .and ar
mies, will be examined with eager sorutiny, by
both comprehensive and acute Intellects, in
earnest efforts to make some improvements,
either in their general plans or in their minute
details. ' .,' .; -
It Is very important for the country to have
tbe military operations carried on with tbe
greatest possible efficiency: and all of these In
ventions wbich are really valuable ought to
be promptly adopted. It is Impossible lor the
responsible officers of the government to devote
their time to examining the various schemes
offeredi and we would suggest to the Admlnls
tration the appolutment ot a competent commis
sion for this purpose. Tbere ean be hardly a
doubt that suoh a commission, it the members
wero properly teleoted, would contribute lm
mensely to the efficiency of our naval and mill
tary operations, and would save Itt expects to
tbe country thoutanotoiu." . '
MALTESE tc THREAD LACK BUTTS
of elegant qualltlei for Utiles', alto, M Isaee' Mltti
great variety J . BAIN'S.
No. 4 GKvvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HAMA
ARE NOW KECEI VINGTIIF.IU WIN.
1KB QOODS, and Invite the public to Inspect
wem. no tucn ttocx or uoout nas ever been Drought to
this market. Tbe South, lncooteauence of tha failura
of the grain crop, hat not been able to purchaee the us
ual quantity er rich goods, and thit rct has forced the
Importers to sell them at public auction. Onr buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New York at these lam sales, took
advantag of them, and we can and will soil our goods
nare, at lesa wan anyone wno purcuasea two weeks since,
paid for them in New York. Onr stock is complete In
every department oi
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At one lialf the Coat of Impoitation,
In all Varieties, of tbe Celebrated
Rlannfalnre of C. O. Gun
there dc Hon.
Men's, Ladles and Children's Cnder Shirt! and Drawers;
Ladles, Mlaseiand Children's Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Q loves
of every make.
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, &c.
To portonswho call on as. we nledm onr words (o
show them the largest, best and cheaiest stock of Goods
ever teen in tnit market, or pay them one dollar per
hour while looking.
decl-dlyittawltw. ETOiiH ac 0 HARBA.
(Jure Cough, Cold. Boarteneei, lnflu
enea, anylritatlon or Sorene or the
Ihrout. Relieve the Banking Cough
in (Jonum4ion, Bronheitie, Attha
ma, and UaUtrrh, Clear and give
Itrength to Vie voice of
Few are aware of the Importance of check Ine a Couth
or "Common Gold" in Ita nrst stage; that which in the
bealnnlne would vield to a mild remedy, if neglected.
soon attacks the lunge. "Brown' Bronchial TVocAet,"
containing demulcent ingreuiente, allay ruimonary aud
That trouble In my Throat, (for which
the 'Troche' are a specific) having made me
often a mere whisperer."
IS . V- WILLIS. -
"I recommend their use to Public Sirac
REV. E. CHAPIN.
Have proved extremely serviceable for
HBV. TJBNRT WARD BEBOHBR.
"Almost Instant relief In the distrrssinE
noor or ureamine peculiar 10 umim.-
IllCV. A. U. JCUULKBTON.
"Contain no Opium or anything Injur!
001." PH. A. A. HAYR8,
A simple and pleasant combination for
DU. a. r. BIGBLOW,
"Beneficial In Bronchitis. "
UK. J. f. W. LANK,
"I have proved them excellent for Wuoor-
RET. H. W. WARREN,
"Beneficial when oomnellcd to tneak. suf
fering from Cold."
ttJSV. 0. r. J. ANDERSON,
"BrrEc-TOAL In removing Boarteneat and
Irritation of the Throat, to common with
Prof. BIAOT JOHNSON.
La Orange, 6a.,
Teacher of Music, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and after
preaching, aa theyprevent Hoarseness. From
their past effect, I think they will be of per
manent advantage to me."
KB V. IS. ROWLEY, A. M.,
President of Athens College, Tenn.
TBOOHEBilD'SeW T ' Druggist! at TWENTY-
I FIVE OK.NTo A BOX.J1T
ROBERTS k BAM (TEL,
Druggist, 94 North High itreet.
8. E. SAMDfalL At CO
BS South Illgb street, Columbus, 0.
TO BUSINESS MEN.
AN EXCELLENT CHANCE EOK
reliable business men to secure a profitable manu
facturing business, requiring but a small canital In ita
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 notahlnga, ceilings, II let ror noon and fur
This enamel may be tinted of any color, from the
purest white to the deepest black, with all Ihe colon
and shade between. It Imparts to tbe articlee to which
Uia applied a hardoeat and durability almost incredible,
and a beauty surpassing that of the rarest and most costly
of tbe variegated marblea, and, unlike them, It Impervi
ous to moniure, ana win never lane, ttain, or deterior
ate, costing bnt a fractional part of the price of ordinary
It it alto valuable for table and ttand tope, mantle
pieces, monument, and an endleaa variety of other arti
cles of staple osca The processor applying the enamel
ia simple, while the articlee enameled will command a
ready tale, affording large profile. Responsible partlet
may procure lioentet for manufacturing under the pat
ent for any city or prominent town In the United States,
by applying to tne tunsorlber. A small tariff on the ar
ticles manufactured will be required for the use of the
Invention, Circular! giving full particular! will be for-
waraea loan applicant.
The superior merit and beauty of this enameled build'
In material to anything in use hat the nnaualified in-
dortcment of many of the moel eminent architects and
tcientino mtn of thit and other eitiei, -
For particulars address
J0HHI05 ft PBAH,
General AgenU for Enameled Building Katerlai ,
apt d3m. 85 NASSAU ST., NEW YORK.
: , FIRST .
OPENING OF THE SEASON
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
A.T P. ROSE'S.
AGAIN OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
an entire new slock of Goods In my line, iu.t nurch.
aaed In New York at the cheapeat panto ratecall of which
I than ten at tne smallest pronte, ror Uash. My custom
era and friends are respectfully Invited to call and exam.
Ine my Goods and Price, at I am determined to tell at
cheap or cheaper than any other house In theelty;and
a i an my own uumng, ana superintend my own Dun
ne, I feel assured, from my long experience in bus!
neet. k give general satisfaction. Tbe finest of work
men are employed, and all work done etrlctly to time and
on short notice, and warranted to fit. Strangers visiting
our city woum consult meir interest Dy giving me a call
ocior purunasing cisvwuero. r. nonei.
marchSO dly Oor. liigh and Town tU.
CPKINO CLOAKS AND HA Mat INLS
O NEW STYLES Haiti Ac Hon, No. fl South
High street, have lust opened new style of Clotm Oir
oriLAk, BAtejOiNie and 8Aoe.ua, made in the neweat and
most ttyli.h manner. Alto, superb trial
Black Milks, very heavy, detiined ezpraetly for
atanuiiaa ana uaiquioe. lapriis
STERNC OKITTKNDIN. . . . HCNSY T. OUITTINDI N
, 8. & H. T. CHITTENDEN,
; . ATTOBNEYS AT tAW.
O0ffloe, 80 Wllllaa Street, Kew York City, and
f ARaoiei' Bcnunna, Golumbnt, Ohio. '
' lO0ereful attention paid to Collections. ' '
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alterative that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sarsapnrilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterativo power as to afford nn effec
tive antidote for tho diseases Sarsapaiilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
servjee to this large class of our afliicted fcllo w
citizenst How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
Scuofula and Scrofulous Complaints,
Eruptions and Euuptivk Diseases, Ulcers,
Pimples, Blotches,. Tumors, Salt Riieum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Mercurial Disease, Dropsy, Nei
juloia or Tio Douloureux, Debility, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Kobe
or St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising from Impurity of
This compound will bo found a great pro
moter of health, when taken in tho spring, to
expel tho foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
ore nipped in tho bud. Multitudes can, by
tho aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which tho nystem will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through tho natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Clcanso out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, peoplo enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
Iiabulum of lib disordered, there can be no
asting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and tho great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sursaparilla,
or any thing else.
During lato years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsapnrilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Snrsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, litter and painful disappointment
has followed tho use of the various extracts of
Sargapiirillti which flood tho market, until the
namo itself is justly despised, nnd has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wc call this compound Sarsnparilln, and intend
to supply such n remedy as shall rescue the
name from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wc think we have ground fur
believing it has virtues which arc irresistible
by tho ordinary rim of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DR. J. C. A YE It & CO.
Price, 91 per Bottle Six Bottles for $5.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for iho euro of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for lit to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever ft has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant uso
throughout this section, wc need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept tip to tho best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has over been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
TOa THE CTTEB 07
Coslhenest, Jaundice, Dyspeyma, Imlijcstlon,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Hrysijiefas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruption anil Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gonf, lXcuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood.
They arc sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they arc the
best aperient in the vfoild for all the purposes of a
Price 25 cents per Box ; Fivo boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Divsiclans, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space hero will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given ; with' alto full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off bv unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Aykr's. nnd take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
All our remedies are for tale by '
ROBERTS It SAMUEL, Columbus.
And by Druggist and Dealere everywhere.
S.Doylo db Oo.
HATE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE
to the South-west corner of High and friend
And will oontlnue to keep on hands a large stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The attentlcn of Merchant! and Dealer It reepootful-
ly Invited to our stock. , 8. DOYLK &. Co.
NEW HOOP SKIRT.
X33lXJM S3 son,
No. 89, SOUTH niQH STREET.
Have Just received a new make of HOOP 8KIRT8
finished in a manner far superior to any yet Introduced
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS,
TTTriKN vnn n to New York . drive direst to the
VY SMITHSONIAN HOIISR,
BROADWAY, CORNEE OP HOUSTON STKET
Conducted on the
flood fare, Good Booms, Prompt Attendance, and Mod
SINGLE ROOMS SO CTS. 7$ CTB.and SI PKR DAY
; DOUBLE ROOMS and PARLORS ll.MMo 13
Meals aa ordered. Thit Hotel hat all the appointments
of ihe beat hotels, a most central location, and I heated
throughout by steam. - 8AMUBL B. MB AD.
HENRY Kttlll.EH, -
(Let of Phalon's establishment, N. T.,) Pmprletore
the Hew York rawionaiut snaring, llalr Onttinc
Bhampeonlng, Curling and Dreetlng Saloon, Bart Stale
ttreet, over the roat Omoa, where eatltfactinn will
be given hi all the variuua branches. Ladiac an
Children's Hair Dreatlng don ia th beet style.
TtLAIN AND FIGURED BLACK
A DRESS SILKS, of every grade. The moat select
assortment in the city, Rod at most reasonable rates.
VAIN A SON,
No. SB Booth Uigh street.
TM-EUANT PLAIN BLACK .MILKS fOB
X'J Street Basque and ssaauea; nun. am xnmmiuj
andTameUtomatob,at ' BAiS
; ) J i. ' - ',;.
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER) ,;
OCR SPRING STOCK' IS tTNCSOAL
ly large and well assorted.- The very lateet patterns
from AMERICAN, BNQLI8H and fBJIXOH f aetorles.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS. ,
Gold and Velvet Borders, '
' . ..! 1-J If,.
SPLENDID DECORATIONS, ;
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades, .'.
WINDOW FDLTUBES, all kinds.
CORD AND TASSELS,
RANDALL & ASTON,
109 South HighSt.
N. B. Landlords and persons wishing quantities of
Paper will make money by buying ol nt. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to call
and tee us. aprll l d'lmeodl P.. At A.
MUST BE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
TO SUIT THE TIMES!
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
OWING TO THE WAR BETWEEN
the Union aud the Sunny South, I have concluded
to ten out
ALL MY GOODS,
33H3ILiO W COST,
- The stock consists of the largest tot of
In the city of Columbut;
SOIT FINISH CAMBRICS,
COLLARS, EDGINGS, BKIBT BRAID.
HOSIERY, PINS. BUTTONS,
SUSPENDERS, HOOKS AND EYES,
1 an! all kinds of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES;
the best HOOP SKIRTS lo Columbus, and at the
Wholesale and Retail.
Then, ladles, all, both great and small
Qome, give m a call.
And then you'll find A. If. K. Storroi
In all his Olory.
A. M. K. STORRIH, Agent,
Remember the War I No. 64 Town ttreet,
aprll:dSm Columbut, Ohio.
Spring & Summer Millinery.'
The 6 took IJeplenlshexl ...
FROM LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
MY STOCK Of
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is now complete, comprising every variety of Hlllln- ".
ery; also, a large assortment ot Kmbroldertei, Hosiery "
and Notion, Ae., and la quantities and price thai can
not fall to suit all who may favor ui with a tall, Th
good hav been bought at Panic prloee, and will be sold
at a small advance on cost. . . .
M I L L 1 5 E K Y . . . :
Mies M. E.YOUNG, late of New York City,
will snperlutend Ihe Millinery Department. Her long
experience In the most fashionable establishment In
Broadway will alone be a warranty that the will be able 1
to give entire ealiafactloa la matter of tail to all who
may favor her with their orders. .
The Ladies of Columbut tod vicinity will pie ac
cept my tlncer thanks for their liberal patrooeg, end
I would respectfully solicit a Continuance of Ihe tame.
IL H. WARE, , W
68 Eat Ttwa 8t Caluuikws, .
'. aprll-d3m-eod , ,'
: - Irish Linen Goods.'
WARRANTED FABRIC '
Linen Shirt Boaoma , Plain and Fancy
; tmlrilngana ttotom Linen. r ,
' iiinen meeting! an rtllow Uaslnr.
' itinea uamnnee and Long Lawn- .
' ' ' Linen Pocket -banilk'fs, all tlae
! Linen Towellings and Biapet.' 'J-r'S '
, ! Linen Napklnttnd D'Oyliee. ...
-' , Linen Table Cloth and Satin Dmkt.' ' ' '
Linen Towtla with colored bonier. ,, t. .f
Linen Stair Covering and Crash.
.-' for tale at low price.
BAIN A tOBT,
fcHS . No. Boat lUgb. ttreet
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