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THUMB INVARIABLY IN ADVANCB
Dally .... (6 00 per year
" By me carrier, per week, 12$ eenu.
rrl-Woalfly ... 8 00 per rear
Weekly,. - ,-, 1 00.
crum I AtlvertlHlnK by the Square
neiqnire 1 ycai...9'J0 00
Oct " !l months JH 00
:ne " 0 montha 15 01)
0n " 3 month! 10 00
3ne - 1! month! 00
One " 1 month. 5 00
One iquare 3 weeki..4 00
One " vwulu..3U0
One " 1 week... 1 75
One " 3dAyi... 00
One " S dayi ... -76
One " 1 iniertion 50
Dlspluytd ddtfUlatmetitt half more than tbe above
Ailveillw raonts folded and placed In the column of
rccil Notices, aouoie in oratnary rain.
All iiotlcaf required to be pebllnhed by law, legal rate.
If ordered on the InalAeexclualvely alter the urat week
per vent, more th&u ttiealnve ratea; bat all men wll
tDueitr In the Trl-Weekly without oharee.
HualnrjaCarda, not exceeding flveliuca, per year, In
ie, - an I'Or line; onieiae J.
Notices of meetings, charttahlejoclet!ei,f) re companlei,
ice. half nrico.
All trttnthnt ailvertltemtntt mutt b paid or in
mttttttncA T.a rule will not bo varied from.
Weekly, sarde' price a ttia Daily, where the aflvertleek
leathe Weekly alone. Whore 'he Dally and Weekly
a re both need, then the charge Urthe Weekly will be
a ili thii ratea or tne Dally
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tetllxoAcl w oris.
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Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to IndianaDolia without Change of Cars
and but One Change of Care between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. , FIRSTTRAIN. i . . , ,
NIQHT KXPKK88, via Dayton, at 8:45 a. m.,atop
nlnr t London. Xenia. Dayton. Middletown and Ilamil-
toD.arrivingatCincinnatl at 8:20 a. m.; Dayton at 5:45
a. m.. IndianoDOllsat 10:18 'a. m: tt. Loulaat 11:50
P'm' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., stopping at all Bta
tlont between Columbmand Cincinnati and Day ten, ar
riving at Cincinnati lkvi a. m.i Dayton at 9: 15 a. m.,
Indianopolla af 3; p. m.
DAT EXPRESS at S:30p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson,' tendon Charleston Oedarvllle, 'Xenia,
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, Foster's.
Loveland, Uillfnrd and Plainville, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p.m.; Bt. Louis at 12 m; Dayton at 5:35 p,
m.; IndUnopolisatlO:3tlp. m. , MV.. f (
Sleeplnir Cars on afl Night Train to
Cincinnati and Indianapoli
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for farther information and Through TickeU apply to
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C ' .t I' 'i W. WOODWABD,
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received a large itook of
AMERICAN WATCHES, '
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line assortment of
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Oold end BllverOasei, at Panic trfee. 'i 1
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1AA HP. CH GREEN and BLACK
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1 50 pockeu old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
75 bags Ceylon Coffee.
200bblsataadard White Sugars, constating of Pow
4rM,43hraebecVarandktd A and B Coffee. 1 '
50 quintals George Bank Codfish.
20bbla. Meu and No. 1 Mackerel.
5 tee. Pick Bslmon.
100 bx. Layer Raislna.
60 hf. box do do l'WTt'rr
lOO M Olgari, different brand! and grades.
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Mr. Russell's First Letter to the London Times.
- Mr. Russell's first letter from this country to
the ' London Times is dated at Washington,
March 20th. We quote the following pass
age, containing his impressions of American
character, and particularly of tbe characteristics
of No Yorkers: i:
We are accustomed to think the Americans a
very excitable people; their personal conflicts,
their rapid transitions of feeling, the accounts of
their publio demonstrations, their energetic ex
pressions, their love of popular assemblies, and
the cultivation of the arts which excite their
passions, are favorable to that notion. - But New
York seems full of divino calm and human
phlegm. A panic in Wall street would doubtless
create greater external disturbance than seemed
to me to txist in it) plessant streets and man
sions. No doubt there is, and must be, very great
agitation Of feeling, and much apprehension;!
but to the stranger they are not very pateut or
visible. An elegantrefinement, which almost as
sumes the airs of pococuranteiam, reigns in so
ciety, only broken by the vehement voices of fe
male patriotism or the denunciations addressed
against the provisions ot atariii wtncuJNew York
seems unanimous in regarding with hostility and
dismay. If Rome be burning, there are hundreds
of noble Roman fiddling away in tbe Fifth Ave
nue and its dependencies, quite satisfied that
the cannot join any or tne nre companies, and
that they are not responsible for tbe doeda of
the "Nero" or "anti-Nero" who applied the
torch. They marry and are given In marriage;
they attend their favorite theatres, dramatlo or
devotional, as the case may be, In the very best
coato or bonnets; tney eat tne largest oysters,
drink the best wines, and enjoy the many goods
the gods provide them, nnmoved by tbe daily
announcement that Fort Sumter is evacuated.
that the South are arming and the Morrill tariff
is ruining the trade oi toe country. And, as
they say, 'What can we do7" "We are," thev
insinuate, "powerless to avert the march of
events. We think everybody is wrong. Thlnei
were going on very pleasantly when these Abo
litionists disturbed tne course oi trade, and com
merce, and speculation, with their furious fan
tasies: and now the South, availing themselves
of the opportunity which the blindness of their
enemies has afforded them to do what tbey have
wisned in their Hearts lor many a year, start In
business for themselves, and will cot be readily
brougnt back, oy tne mre oi any concession till
tbey find tbey are unable to get money to pay
their wav. and resort to measures which mav be
ruinous to capital or lead to reconstruction of
tbe fJontederation on bom sides.
If, Dursulne the researches which such re
marks suggest, an investigation Is made in the
stratum of thought by careful exploration, it will
not be long before the miner comes upon mat
ters wbicn no never coma nave expected to find
in that particular gallery. What are tbo most
cherished institutions of the great Republic? If
the Intelligent foreigner were asked what were
the fundamental principles which guaranteed by,
and guaranteeing, their constitution, the people
of the United States admired the moat, he would
nrobably reply: "Universal BuiTraceCwlth its in
cidental exercise of vote by ballot,) free citizen
ship, a free press." Probably bo would answer
correctly in tbe main, lor be would know more
of the matter than 1 do, but if be visited New
York for a few days, what would bo his amaze
ment i to see bis best friends Bhake tbeir
heads at the very mention o these grand shibbo
leths'.! How would his faith be disturbed when
he learnt from some merchant prince that nni-
veraaljsutTrage, In its practical working in that
city, had handed over tbe municipal government
to tbe most ignorant it not tue moat unprinci
pled men that it flooded and submerged the
lanamaras oi respecuiuiiity auu station Dy a tide
of barbarous immigrant foreigners that the
press had substituted licentiousness for liberty,
and that the evil done in New York by these
agencies afflicted the whole State! Ingenious
theorists might attempt to convince him that the
street ot these mischievous elements had been
felt at the very centre of the social system, and
had led to the separation which, be it temporary
or nermanent, all Northern Amoricans deolore.
ew, nowever, wouia aamit mat tne laildre of
Republican institutions is by any means nvolved
in the disasters which have fallen on the Com
monwealth, even when they freely confess that
they desire to modify the Constitution, while
thev lament tbe impossibility ot doing so in con
sequence of tbe very condition of things it has
ereated. it is my nrm conviction, lorced on my
mind by the words of many men of note with
whom I have spoken, that tbey would gladly, if
thev could, place some limits to their liberties
as far aa their fellow men are concerned, and
that tbev begin to aouoc wnetner a (Jonst tution
founded on abstraot principles of equality of
manttina can oe woraeu eui in nuge cities vee.
Itable eJoaeoj gentium however successful it
wag in tbe earlier aays ot tne Kepublio, and as
It Is fn tbe sparely inhabited rural districts
where every inhabitant represents property.
These men may be a small minority, but thev
certainly represent great wealth, much ability,
and high Intelligence In the State of which I
wax. , 1 bey assert more is no recuperative now-
er In the Constitution.' . , ?.,x?
The sick physician cannot beat himself, for
he haa caused his own illness, and a Conven
tion, the great nostrum ol the fathers of the
Republic is only an appeal from Philin Hmnh
to Philip mad. " Volumu lege America mu.
fori" Is their despairing aspiration, and thv
justify the wish by contrasts between the state
or. imngs wnicn existed wnen the Constitution
was Dreparea lor tbe Id Confederated Sutna
ud that which prevails at the present time,
when 34 States, some two or three of which
are eqnal to the original Republic and many
of wbich declare they are absolute sovereign
ties, which have absoibed all tbe nomads of the
Old World, with a fair proportion of the Geng
his Khans, Attilas, Tlmoura in embrvo.nre.
sent a spectacle which tbe most sagacious of the
iramers ot tne original compact never could
have Imagined. Tbey are impationt of the Ills
they nave, ana are eomewbat Indifferent to tbe
wondrous and magnificent results in material
prosperity and intellectual development wbioh
the old system either promoted or caused.
New York, however, would do anything rather
than light her delight Is to eat her bread and
count her dollars in peace. The vigorons, de
termined hostility of the South to her commer.
eial. eminence, is met by a tort of mandlln sym
pathy without any action, or intention to act.
ineomy matter inwnicn tne great commer
cial aristocracy take any interest is the Morrill
Tariff, which threatens to Inflict on them the
most serious losses and calamity. .1 There is a
general expectation . that an extra session of
Congress win be called to amend this obnoxious
measure; and it la ascertained that the necessity
for such session la. imperious; but so far as I
can Judge, all such hopes will be disappointed.
There i is no desire. -at Washington to
complicate matters by ' stormy debates, and
the statesmen so recently elevated to power
Are sufficiently well read in general and in nat
ural History to enow mat extraordinary Parlia
meats are generally the exeontioners of those
who oall thenu The representatives of the great
protected Interests at the Capital deny that the
tariff will have the Injurious effects attributed to
it, or that it augments to any very grievous
extent i the ' burdens of the New Yorkers or
of the foreign manufacturers. . Even if it does,
they declare that protection is necessary.. The
ingenious proposals to evade the ooeration of
the tariffby Jugglery of cargoes between the
Southern and Northern porU will, tbey say, be
frustrated by the more rigid application of the
ttevcoue ana customs-, system, out of which
most , serious complications must IneviiahiT
arise at to distent period. " While at New Ynrt
alt is calm doubtfulness or Indolent anticipation,
at Washington there ia excitement and antivit
the arlstooracy of New" York has yielded Itself
unresistingly rto rtyranny It hates?- it- eannot
wield at wilt the fierce democracj,,and it a
bandotra all efforts to oontrol It, forgetting the
abundant proofs In every history of the power
of genius wealth and superior Intelligence to
Mr. Russell's First Letter to the London Times. Graphic Description of the March and Travel
from Annapolis to Washington.
The following account of the march of the
vist Hew York Kegiment irom Annapolis to
tbe Junction, and their journey on to Washing
ton. ia Quite Interesting, and will prove particu
larly readable to our volunteers who are pant
ing for action. Il Is furnished by a correspon
dent of the N. Y. World, who accompanied the
The Seventy-first waa 'ordered to march on
Washington by tbe Baltimore and Annapolis
Junction, at 3 o'clock on tne atternoon oi tbe
24th Inst. The Seventh had preceded us, and
the Eighth Massachusetts had relald the rail
road track, and communication was open be
tween tbe Junction ana Washington by rail.
i ne dutanoe to the J emotion is twenty-four
miles by the road, and the Junction Is nineteen
miles from Washington. "' !
A severe thunder storm at 3 o'clock deluged
the roads, and rendered them for that day im
passable. At 3 o'clock the next morning the
arums beat, and we named to join tbe ranks to
march. A little alter aayiigbt we were on our
way, tbe band playing tbe btar Spangled Ban
ner, Hail Columbia and Dixie Land. Every
man had his rations and knapsack, which, with
his nnskot, ammunition and revolver, weighed
aboui forty pounds. The soldiers were also
compelled to wear their overcoats. The road
was not over fifteen reel wide, and very heavy.
Every mile or two dense woods of spruce and
hemlook, filled withjmderbrusb, Intervened be.
tween the farm . W'wiever we reached such
a piace, tne bugle SMduea the advance, ekir
miebers dashed through the thickets, and the
column followed on tbe road, At 11 o'clock we
baited at Milledgevllle for breakftBt. Cold
beef and two pieces of hard bread constituted
While here, the Rhode Island regiment over,
took us and passed on in advance. Tbe sol
diers cheered each other, and every one was in
high spirits. Oor march, unfortunately, was
ueiayea, not Dy ine Maryland Hangers, bat by a
baulky horse in the baggage train of tbe Rhode
Island regiment. What tbe rebels ot the State
could not do was done by a brute, which neither
oiows nor pursuasion could move. Every few
hundred yards tbe beast would stop, blocking up
the narrow road and bringing us to a halt
Finally be wag unhitched, and what became of
mm aiterwards 1 know not. At 4 we halted
again, and after a march of about nineteen
miles, Colonel Vosburgh and Mr. Wilkes, editor
oi tne "bpirit," acting aa his special aid, went
on to Jameston, in advanoe, to telegraph our
arrival to Washington, ana request that a train
be sent down for us.
At tbe Junction thev found the wires rut
ine Kuoae island iteeiment had encamneri tmn
and a half miles beyond us. Just as night setin,
A4ieui, voi. marten oraerea us to march. In an
instant the men were in ranks, and the column
on its way. The advance dashed out in lines of
skirmishers, beating tbe wood on either side for
the enemy. , Iaa few moments the trutnnet from
the roar guard sounded for the main body to
bait, and our trumpeter sounded the recall, which
waa answered by tbe bugle of tbe skirmishers.
The darkness of tbe night, tbe stillness around
us, only broken by the notes of the trumpet, and
the knowledge that we were in an enemy's coun
try, and the probability of an attack at anv mo
ment, made the scene impressive. The recruits
did not understand tbe meaning of these siunalo.
and supposed an enemy was lollowing in tbe
rear. Tbey at once demanded to be led back.
that they might be the Urat to meet the enemy.
' At another time an alarm was given that an
enemy was approaching, and Instantly the col
umn faced about ...No ..f eat- waa xlaibl lm
soldiers longed for a contest, and one of tha re
cruits, who represents West Washington Mar
ket, remarked; "Confound this musket. I can't
see to snoot anv one. Unly give me my brass
(toucmes, ana i n hoc tnem back." Uur bar.
gage horses gave out, and we left them in the
Khode island camp, witb a company to overtake
us next day. Tbe Rhode Islanders had their
nres Doming brightly, and the rerleotion of them
loll on tbe stacks oi riUes, and groups of sol
diers, somo moving round and others sleeping
on the ground with their blankets about them,
made a scene too pioturetane to be described.
We passed on, and at 3 o'clock A. M., saw the
camp fires of a Massachusetts regiment that
guarded tbe Junction of the Annapolis and Bal
timore railroads. - We thna made a inarch of
twenty-four miles, with heavy knapsacks, and
with the exception of the rest at breakfast and
dinner, were twenty-three hours on our feet,
yet we did not have one straggler nor did anv
I . T L , . 1 . r . , . r. -
uuu giveuut. i imu calculated toil aoouc nve
per oent. would fall behind from fatigue. In a
short time the men were asleep, wherever they
could find s board to lay on, and tbe heavens
for their canopy.
We halted uutll three o'clock in the afternoon,
waiting for a train. At last It came, and, after
we were embarked, news that the enemy was
turee tunes on on ine xiaiumore road, marching
with cannon , was announced. The men instant
ly got out, and were prepared for an attack the
guns inspected and the men - in readiness.
They all wished to be tbe first regiment to inau
gurate the war-- At ten o'clock at night, they
were ordered on the cars, and slept sitting, witb
their guna between their knees. Patrols had
been sent out for a distance of ten miles in ad
vance, to gnard tbe road. . I thought we would
have difficulty every moment. Signal Area were
observed on the bills beyond ns, and rockets
were sent up in varioua directions by the enemy,
At three P. M-, we started en tbe cars for Wash,
ington, and arrived at about seven A. M.. with.
1. One well-fed, well-eauiooed. weil-an
pointed brigade is worth two that are ill
S. In active servloe, three menldle of nndn
exposure bad food, and their own Imprudences,
where one ia killed by shot or stab.
3. . An easy, rational, nicely-fitting uniform,
with warm, substantial blanket, broad-anled
boots or Shoes, and good woplen socks, will more
conduce to efficiency in service than superiority
4. The lightest possible head covering with
good look out for ventilation, will add a tenth
to the distance a regiment can march in t day,
while insuring increased comfort.
5. A small ootton handkerchief, or half a
yard of the commonest sheeting, moistened with
water In the morning and again at noon, and
worn between the hat and the head, will pro
tect the soldier from sunstroke, and greatly
diminish ihe discomfort and fatigue of a hot
day's march. ' , ,
u. A flat bottle covered with woolen cloth .
the cloth being moistened and filled with water
In the morning, will , keep reasonably cold
throughout a long, hot day., v -
7. Of all villainous concoctions, the liquors
sold by oamp followers are the most detestable
and dangerous. They are more deadly than
rifled cannon.areand sure to.be taken just when
tbey should not be. ' Every soldier who means
to do his duty to. his country should insist that
all vendors of these poisons bo drummed out of
oamp. ' , ,; 4 f -5--, r.-
' 8. ' A good cook to each company, who knows
how to make salt meal jnlcy and tender, and to
have it ready whenever and wherever It may be
wanted, is equal to two doctors ana four extra
Oombatants. t , , . i. v, ,:
9. Officers who love and care for their men
while In repose never have to complain of their
trvt rl imBr war Vi an In at r t Inn.'
10. A soldier whose heart Is in the causa he
fights for Is worth two who fight for their
Tnt A any Oath -The following la the oath
erhich all volunteers are regulars, mustered In.
to tbe service of the 1 United States, and requir
ed to laxe oeiora tneir nuat enrollment into ser
vice: . toe.- . 0. 1 u ,b..w-i
"I, r , da solemnly sweat that J will
bear true Allegiance-to the United States of
America; that 1 will serve them honestly ana
faithfully against alt enemies or opposers what.1
soever; that 1 will obey tne orders of the Presi
dent, of the United. States and of the other offi
cers appointed over me, according to the rules
of ihe armies of the United States, so help me
-No. 4 Gwvnne Block
A. P. STONE & O'lIARRA
A BE NO W HECEI VINO TIlEItt WIN
xjt n UUUUH, and Invite the public to Inspect
r, lima ui uwuos dm ever men Drought to
.uiauiNKw loeaoaui. in eoniennnni-. nr h. r n.
S"n crop, nas not Keen anie to purchase the ns
aal quantity of rich goods, and this fact has forced the
Importers to sell them at public auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) belnsr In New York At theu Ium uIm
advantage of them, and we can and will sell our goods
uvio, ion lunu idt one wno nun-naaen tmn wamit. nn.
paid for them In New York. Our stock Is complete In
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
oian. ALTAI Ao,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought ia One Day,
At one half the Cost of Impoitatlon.
in all Varieties, of tie Celebrated
manufatnre of C. . Ilnn
there V Son,
Men'!, Ladles and Children'! Under Rhlrta and rimwon-
Ladles, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Pleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
oi every maae.
A complete assortment of all the usual varie,
ftr i vimvn '
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand'
kerchiefs, &o., &c.
To nersona whA eall ab n,. mhIi4m ...t. ,A
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
""r awu in inia market, or DA them Ane rlnl a. n.
uvm. nunc IUU1IDK,
acci-uuvtawiiw. BTONB ft O'lIARRA
Our Couth, Chid, Hoanenet, lnltxt
enta, anylritatian or Sonne of the
Ihroat, Jtelieteth Hawking Cough
in Consumption, Bronheitie, Astha
ma, and Catarrh, Clear and give
Itrength to the tote of
Pew are aware of the Importance of checking a Cough
"Commoa Oold" in Its first staw; that which in the
beginning would yield to a mild remedy. If neglected,
soon attacks the lungs. "Mrown'i Bronchial Troche,"
containing demulcent Ingredients, allay Pulmonary and
BROWN'S "That trouble In my Throat, (for which
the ' Troches' are a specific) having made me
TROCARS often a mere whisperer."
N . F. W1I.I.IH.
I ,7 a rwnaimH ..saw awe so rvauo weak
REV. E. CHAPIN.
"Have proved extremely serviceable for
KKV. HENRY WARD BEBCHSrt.
Almost instant relief in tha dlatmain.
wrui omui ins; peculiar to asthma.
HBV. A. O. JCGGLKSrON.
"Contain no Opium or anything Injur!
oui." PR. A. A. HAYK8.
. Chemist, Boston.
"A almnle and tileaaant efimriln.tinn fe
SB. a. f . BIGELOW,
"Beneficial In Bronchitis."
DR. J. P. W. LANK,
, , Boston.
"I have nroved them excellent for Wimnp.
REV. H. W. WARREN,
' ' Boston.
"Beneficial when aomnelleil tn ancli. ,r.
ifering from Com."
Hist . B. P. J. ANSERSOV,
' ' Ht Louis,
BrncTOAt Id removlne- Hoaraeneaa anil
Irritation of the Thmat, so common with
SrEAKERS and BiNasai."
Prof. STACY JOHNSON.
La Grange, ffa.,
Teacher of Music, Southern
"Great benefit when taken before and after
preaching, as they prevent Hoarseness. From
their peat effect, I think they will be of per
manent advantage to me."
KBV. B. ROWLEY. A.M.,
President of Athens College, Tenn,
Dj'Sold by all Druggists at TWENTY-
JT1VB UBN l'S A BOA..JU;
ROBERTS Ac BAMOEL. - ' ,
Druggists, St North High street.
8.1. SAMUEL CO..
85 South High street, Columbus, 0.
TO BUSINESS MEN.
APT EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
reliable business men to secure a nrnfltaMn
factarine bnatneee. naulrina- bnt & am.il A.nit.1 in it.
establishment and proteoution.
Th. n..i,f..l. ....1.1. I- It,. - it .
collar composition or enamel te common red bricks, and
w.ii viDunrunuuint msierrai, ornamental archl-
v. .,.. huimuuib, wcnujsa, ii ic tor u oo rv ana ior
This enamel may be tinted of any color, from the
noreat whlletathe iImtwu, hla.lr. with .11 h.
- r - - , ...... ... .iiq uuiuib
and shades between. It imparts to the articles to which
ia annliad a hantnM. .nn 4t Ulll. . I . I i,L,.
r - - um " , -. j ..uiw.. .uvrmioie,
and a beauty surpassing that of the rarest 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 of the price of ordinary
It Is also valuable for table and stand topi, mantle-
Dieeesu monument, anrl an imrllnaa va.t. i ,).-- i
olei of alaple use. The process of applying the enamel
simple, while the articles enameled will command a
ready sale, affording large profits. Responsible parties
may procure licenses for manufacturing under the pat
ent for anv oitv or nromlnent tnam In th. TTnltl a....
by applying to the subscriber. A small tariff on the ar-
hoot mauuiawurea win be requires for Ike use of the
Invention. Circulars giving full particulars will be for
warded to all applicants.
The superior merit and beauty ef this enameled build-
n .i .u u.. wo woqiamiiuea in
dorsement of many of the most eminent architects and
scientifio men of this and other ciUes. .,
a-or particulars address '
i : I0HB1ON S pbail:
Gtneral Agents for Enameled Building Xateriai ,
iuom. w haooau nr., navy 10RK.
. FIRST., . , . ii,,,-,,
OPENING OF THE SEASON '
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
AT P. ROSE'S. ; ;
AGAIN OFFER . TO THE PUBLIC
an entire new stock of Goods In anv line. I nit nnmh.
ased la New York'at the cheapest panic rates ,all of which
ahall sell at the smallest profits, for Cash. My custom
ers and friends are respectfully invited to eall and exam
ine my Goods and Prices, as I am determined to tell aa
eheap or cheaper than any other house In the city; and
I do my own Outtlng, and superintend my own busl-
s, a ieeiassurea,rron my long experience Insuii
s, to give general satisfaction. Tbe finest of work.
men are employed, and all work done atrletlT tn time and
on short notice, and warranted to fit. Btrangers visitlni
ouretty would eonsalt their Interest by giving me a eall
before purchasing elsewhere, . J. BOSH,
, ; . Merchant Tailor, '
marchS9-dly '. Cor. High and Town sts. ,
SPK1NO CLOAKS) AND BASQINES I
NEW BTYLKSSlsAlss Ac ton. No. anSnntk
High street, have Jus's opened new styles of Clot si Out.
on las. BASQ.UUIES and baco.oes, tuaile In the newest and
moss styntn manner, .Also, supers A'l&lii
Hlaolt: aillka, very , hsavy, designed expressly for
Msntlllaa and Basqulaea, , , .. . , aprlU ,
STXaMB pHITTIDJ, ,,.,. BtHttt T.,OHlTTINDB N
. SJ St H. T. CHITTENDEN.'
.-'-u I ; . ATTORNSY8 AT LAW1. t")i
I)Cr0iBes,t 89 Wllllao Street, Few York 01 tv. ind
t'AisoNS' bdiulm, Columbus, Ohio.
O0arefal stteaUon pall te Collections.
A compound remedy, designed to bo the most
effectual Alterative that can be made. It is
a conceniratoa extract of l'nra Sarsaparilln,
so combinca with other substances of still
greater alterative power as to sfford an effec
tive antidote for the diseaws rinrsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such n
remedy is wuntcd by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
seryjee 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
SoitOFULA AND SCROFULOUS COMPLAINTS,
EllUFTIONS AND EltUFTIVB DlSEUliS, ULCEUS,
PiiiPLF.s, Blotchus, TiiMoits, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, JlEnconuL Disease, Dkopsy, Neu
ralgia, oh Tie Douloureux. Debility. Dva
PEF8IA AND INDIGESTION, EnYSIFELAS, RosB
or St. Anthony's FntE. and indeed Hip wi.nio
class of complaints arising from Impckity of
the Blood. '
This compound will bo found a irrnnf. nrn.
motor of health, when, taken in the spring, to
. 1 .1. - i...., 1 ... . . . .
ti,ct wu loiu numors wmcii luster in tlio
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many ranklinir disorW
uiu jiinpea m me Dua. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and iilnnrmm
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through tho natural channels of the body
by an nltcrativo medicine Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting tlirough the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores ; cleanse it when you find it is oh
structed and sluggish in tho veins t r-lennw 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 tho blood. Keep the
blood healthy, nnd all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, thero can bo no
lasting health. Sooner or lntor
must go wrong, and the great machinery o?
life is disordered or overthrown.
barsapanlla has, and deserves much, tlm
reputation of accomplishing these ends, lint
the world has been cgregiouslv deceived hv
preparations of it, partly because the drug
luiijj iius not nit mo virtue mat is cluimed
for it, but more because manr nrfnnrntinno.
preterdino; to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
ur any tiiuiir I'l&C.
During late years the nublie liavo Vin 11 mi a.
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Mont
of tlteso have been frauds upon tho sick, for
they not only contain little, if anv. Sars.m.i.
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 the
name itself is Justly despised, nnd has becomo
synonymous witli imposition nnd client. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such ft remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the srstcm. the renieilv sluml,!
be judiciously taken according to directions on
' ' riiEl'ARED BY
DR. J. C. A YE It cV CO.
Price, $1 per Dottle Six Bottles for $15
Ayer's Cheriy Pectoral
nas won ror itself such a renown for tho cure of
every variety oi inroat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence, of its virtues, wherever ft has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant nso
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to tho best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
Foa the ciraE op
CosCvencas, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Fold Stomaefi, Enjiipelat, lleaiuche,
Piles, Rheumatism, llrupltims and Sii't Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors und
Salt Shetim, Worms, Gout, Xcitra'.jia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifijinrf the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, to that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, nnd they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
Fries 25 cents per Box ; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Fliysiciiins, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
name to certify tho 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 also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. '
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Aver's, and tnko no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
All our remedies are for sale by
ROBERTA Ac SAMTJSt. Colnmhoa
And by Drua-irtsts and Dealers everywhere.
S. TJoylo tfo Oo.
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE
to the South-west corner of lllah and Friend
streets, . :
And will continue to keep oo hands a large stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The attention ot Merchants and Dealers la mnentful.
ly Invited to our stock. 8. DOT LB Ac Co.
NEW HOOP SKIRT. .
33rLIKT ct3 SON,
. i . Ko. 89, SOUTH BIOB 8TRIKT. -v
Have Inst ncelred a near in.Vs nt TTOAT4 fttrmTa
finished In a manner far superior to any yet lntroduoed
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS.
TTTHEN you go to New York , drive direct to the ' '
IT- i . . SMITHSONIAN MOUSE,
BROADWAY, CORNER OP HOUSTON STBKT r '
v.i . r 'i Conducted on the K.. , .
' KTJBOPEAN FL A N.
Good Pare, Good Rooms. Prompt Attendance, and Mod
SINGLE ROOMS SO CTS. 73 OTS.and II PER PAY
. DOUBLE ROOMS and PARLORS 1 1,40 la 3.
Meals as ordered. This Hotel has all the annnlni
ef tbe best hotels, a most central location, and Is heated
throughout by steam. , ; SAMUEL M. Ml AD.
f , , ,,: .... . Proprietor.,,
. . HENRY KtEHLEH. ....
(Late of Phalon's Establishment, N. Y.,) Proprietor o
ine new xori raanionaue FihaTinv. n.i.
Bhampoonlng, Curling and Dressing Saloon, East Btate
Banes, oyer in roa, umoe, where satisfaction trill
be given In all the vmrtons branches. Udles an
unuarens tuir Airessing aoiu) In the best sir I. ,
Jyl-dlyj . ' '
PLAIN A H ft i FIGURED BLACK
A. DKK88 BILK8, of (very grade. The moat select
assortment In the eliy, and at most reasonable rates. .
. BAIN St BON, .
aprll 'Vi,'jHiV ''No.?M South High street.
17L.EOANT PLAIN BLACK tSll.Kd FOE
Jk-IA Street Bawquee aavd Mantles; alio. aUch Trlmmla
and Tassels, to match, at BAIN
AND CHEAPER TITAN EVER!
OUR SPUING STOCK IS UNUSUAL
ly large and well assorted. The very latest patterns
from AMERICAN, KNULI8H and f REXCH Pactorlei.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades,
WINDOW FKTDEES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
RANDALL k ASTON,
lOO Qoxvtli 33.isjti.st.
N. B. Landlord! and person! wishing quantities of
Paper will make money by buying ot ns. Country
Merchants and persona from abroad will do well to eall
and see us. aprll 1 -dimeodl R.Ac A.
MUST M SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
TO SUIT THE TIMES!
WAR! AVAR!! WAR!!!
OWINtt TO THE WAR BETWEEN
the Union and the Sunny South, I have concluded
to sell out
ALL MY GOODS,
The stock consists of the largest lot of
In the city of Columbus; '
B07I FfNISH CAMBRICS,
VULLAKS, DQINU8, 8KLKT BRAID.
HOSIERY, PIUS. BUTTON'S,
BTJSPENTJER8, HOOKS AND EYES,
and all kinds of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES;
the best HOOP SKIRTS In Columbus, and at the
Wholesale and Retail.
Then, ladtei, all, both great and mail,
Come, give ma a eall, ,
. And then you'll find A. M. K. Btorris
In all his Glory.
A. M. K. 8T0RRIE, Agent, .
Remember the War I No. 62 Town street.
aprll:d3m Columbus, Ohio.
Spring & Summer Millinery.
The Stoolc lieplenlshect
FKORI LATEST IITIPORTATIONS OF
' NEW YORK. ; '
;, . j ; ' my stock or -;
Spring & Snmmer Millinery ''
Is now complete, comprising every variety ot Mlllln- '
ery; alio, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Notions, etc., and la quantities and prices that can
not fail to suit all who may favor si with a eall. The
goods have been bought at Panto prices, and win be sold
at a small advance on cos U , , . . t ...
Miss M. K, YOUNO, late of New York City,
wlll'snperlotcnd Uie Millinery Department.. Her Jong ,
experience ta'lh most Fashionable Xstabllahment In' "
Broadway will aldne be awarranly that she will be abie ,'
to give entire eatlsfactioa In asatiers of tasta to all whs r
may favor her with their orders.- ' ' ' - ' "-" f.a '
The Ladleiof Columbus and vicinity will pleaee 'ac-'
cept my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, snd
I would respectfully solicit t cenllniajiee of the same.
I J IL H. WA1TB,
68 Easit Town St., Calnmbas, 0. ' :
aprll d3a-eed , v- " ,.' r -U r I
Irish Linen Goods. -
Linen Shirt Bosoms Plain and Pane
Buiriiup mum Dimai Atinens,
kii..J n vi
T.in.n HhMtlnM ...1 Dili ii .
'' Linen Cambrics and Lone Lawns. '
. ,;n Linen Focket-bajidkrrs, all sises.
Linen ToTTelliuss and Diapers.
" Linen Nankins and D'OtIIm. .
, iLlnen Table Cloths and Batta Damasks.. . , ,
uiueu i owe is wnn eeiorea nonlera.
. Linen Stair Ooverlngsand Crash.
Ior sale at row prices.
. BAI ON,
tiVH No. S9 Booth Hlchetnel.
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