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COLUMBUS..:OHIO. PPPSDAY,MOMING. JUNE 12,; 1861.
IIX DOLLASS PES YIAS.
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DAILY, TIH-WEEtLY AHD WEEKLY
MANYPENNYift .MILLER,
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Oat ' 8 month 8 00
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psciai Motiotf," ooM4) f a orcutuiry raut.t i r v
All dotloet reqalreo to t pabllihed bjr Utr.iegktnttM.
u ordered on uie tiuia exc i atlTt lj tiur tbtnntWMk
per cent, more thu the tbore nttt; bat all loch wii
tppwr In the Trl-Weoktr without oherte.
Battneei Crde, not exondint flvtUnet, perjekr) In
ae, av per unej oautcw . . . i. v
Motlceiof DeeUnge,cli(tUlMoeieUei,nrtampK)VN1
to., half nrlct. .
ulM tranrttnt advtrtUtmmt mutt to paid for to
draKK Tre rule will not be nrled from. -
Weekly, lami prtoe m the Sally, where the adrertieerl
itethe Weekly alone. Where 'ne Pally and weekly
ire both oted, then the vfeatfon lef the Weekly. wtU be
aa'i the rauaol the ueiiy ie.
No adTertlttsent take eseept for a definite period.
BUSINESS1 CARDSC
. A. ' -SIMEINS, ,za.AM
Attorney at XA?ir'
AND NOTARY PUBLIC., :
Uihoo Amboi Building, oppoilt Capitol Squared "hj
OOLtTMBTIS. OHIO ;
aJli. lr ' v ., i 'ft -". v
macDiDC Manuiacinnng company
STEAM ' ENGINES & BOILERS.
Cutlngt, KUl-Qeariiil, Kachlanry.. - j
OFtallrciiacl Worlt
of twirTbiciirno.
' OOL17DIBC8, OHIV. .
0BA8. AM BOB. Bup't. P. AMB0S. Treat.'
deoll. 185fl-tf
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Payton ft Indianapolis!
Through to lodiao'atolii i without Chang Can
and but One Change of Can between, ,
Cuinturkji St. Louta? ',,"f ,'V
THREE TRAIN9 DAILY FROM COLUM-
FIRST TRAIN.
4. j
TOally. Mondtyeexoepted.)
MiaBT IZPRESS. vtci Dayton, at 1)43 a. a.
nlm u London. Xenla. Dutcn. Uiddletown and
Haal
ton.airtTlof etOloclnnetl at &A a. m.; Daytos ateVdft
a,m.,IndlaMPOlU at ,10:48 a.m. jet. loulea U:W
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; SECOND .TRAIN.
AC00MM0D ATIOJt at :10 a. ., etopplnf atU te
ttoatbetweaaOolnmttueaa ClnetnnaU and Dijrteny ar
rrelnf at Otoelnaatt.lLOS a. m., Dayton a) 14 a.
IndiaoopoUeaf S;S8 p. m. i. 1
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THIRD TRAIN, n vi a
SAT IXPBI8S,t 8:30 p. m., topptDf at' Alton,
JeCereos, London, . Charleeton, OeorIlle, Xenla.
print Valley, Corwln. Morrow. Deerfieldv I oiler
Lorekibd.'Millfordand Plalnrille, arrlrln( at Olnein
aatl at T0 p. m. St. Louie at 18 ml Daton at 9 3J p.
. Indlanopollf at pdS p.m. ;ic',jj k
to
It
leeplnt: Car all wiarht Traina to
lepint:
tJlnci
Jlnctnnau av inaianapotn,4. , ;
aU-OOAOB CHECKED
THBOIJfiUe
lor farther Itformatiop tnfl Through Tloketa. apptt
U. h. DOUIBTT,
Ticket Agenli TTslofl Depot, Oolunboe, Ohlei
i. W. WOODWAaP, "
. Saperintendent, Olneianatt, 1
evau. , JHQ. W. DOHiaTli ' ;
jaM . . Atnt, Oolnjabna,'
laa( Beeelrad! . ',
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1AA nr. CH ana BLACK
lUvTKAl 100 bage prime Bio Oonee--16HJ
poeketa old Dutoh Ooremment data OofTee.' V,
1 S tan Ceylon Ooffee. : ' - ' ' "
gOAbM. eundard White lagare, eeneletlBt of Fw.
ared,junrninea, aranniauo a an a 9 uunee.'
50uu.tali8eorgeBnkCodnel., -
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20 bbla. Mete and No. 1 Maekerei
A tea, Plok tslmon,, ..
100 bi. Layer Ranln.
' AO hi. boide do
14 KiUf s;
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100 er. boa do da
100 U
I Cigars, different brand and trade. J
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And BlaaJt-Book Manufantttreri'..;;
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Hit jut received, jrirw make ct'PlKhtTS
tnUhedln auunefar lunerlor to say jct Uitrodcad
DURApILITY"ANU GRACEt TJLNfiaa.'
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from Barnett mil", ffnHr.'aneld. 0.--th be, briwi Of '
Hear broagkt to oui-a,, v. SattitaeUoa kSAraat4. 1
tor l only at HoDOMALD'l,' .'. r Vvl
.re, ,wAmrv ir.rj vw ueitflin-M
'Irish-.TOeu Goods.' j-
WAtttfAftTEaVrABRIO iialiu in.
JUnen BblrtBoiom,. Plain andlajaay . ,
Bhirtlngand Boeom Linen. T-7'.in-n
, ii tTKlwa eUMCttogseiad Pillow Cutnrs. ,; ,
, : Linen Oambrlce and Long Lawoe.
-saw i !. tfcUm Hcte-Daa-lnrli, aH aiCmaU el
Linen XaUleClotb
' Linen towel
and Balia Damask,
i with colored border. wm. " v-
AfMi Linen SialaOmreafa and OrashKi
lor asie at tow price.
BACT ft SOU,
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WOBOJeaTKR'B
ROJALQIIARTO DICTIONARY.
Tha' Xatt Ti laryeit The Bert,
Xbi Cntapeit mutt tno Bert,
"Tha nat Belli taadar4 Am
therltr of th ED;llaiL"eToaveT.
"IM BIST 1NUW B10TJ105AM WCTAHX.7
" j r y j MUrory Jim toiyvbr. .
' "Seie are pwerdi of a Hundred Thoaeani Word,
whoM ruklUhrloiu nwutnge and derltatkma, tofotber
with the! 1 eorreet epelUaf, and pronuneiaUoa art clearly
Mkeferelheeye,' , ,
uoiliog j
li
t
Btodth eWeMon V M Jfianeer 0 tt 0Mo JKoto
The tmdentra4. meaberi of the Ohio Hate Teaohera1
i ne Nation, adovtandala toaeela eeaeMnc, wrltlnt
and tMekint, the ortbonaphy ana pronanoiatlon ef
Woroeeter'i Eoal Qaarte Dtetlonary nd we moet tor
dlaUy : (Mommend It aa the moet reliable etandard aa.
thorfty f the lDlUh Unfmaf, u It sew wrltwa and
tnat lr. tM.MM flallm. '' k""r'
M. St Lraerrr, tnperlntendent Xneerlle SohooU
f Taoe. W. Harr, inp't Heeetloa Valen Ash'ole.
M. 1. Cow Dear, Sop't Pnblie Achoola. landniky .
Johx Ltmcb. Mnnt PnMla Bebeele. Olreleellle, - '
Mk B. jrroal Prlnetnal 9 lore land lemale atmlna
. War. MrrcmtL, lap't Pnblie Ichoole, 1ft. Union.
. Joem Oepax, frinolpeJ lute Normal Softool, Mlnne-
OTacalTiaoii.Trtnolpaf fourth f otermedlaU tchsoii
viaeianatir". ...-(. . n. .
H.I. HaTrjt, Inp't Canton Union ichoole.
KBwm Baut, Principal UoMeely Normal Bobool.
lu T. Trr, Prof. Vatbemattca, Ohte- Unlrenlty.
Wat. W. Inwaase. Inp't Troy Union BchooL . .
' A. a. Horaun, Prlnolpal Weet High Bobool, Clere
bnd. " '
lr A'. ItokTOK, Aaoelate Principal High School, Clare
land" 1 .....
Tiaopoaa iTiaUM, Prlnoinal High School, Glare
land.', i " -
B. F. Htriieron, Prindpal Olereland iDetitnte.
J. ,A. 0rin.n, Pretldent of lleetlo Inatitate, HI
ram. .. a.. V " 1 :' ", .
W. I. Hamu. Prof, .ef Chealitrr. Okie Weeleran
Unlveralty. : - j y
.H, H. BaJtmrr, b Cecnmlnloaerof Ooauaea Boboele,
:; JAiim Hotntoa, Prof. Bbetorvs Oberltn College. t
. Taoe. Hux. Prealdent Antloefe.OoUece.-i:
, C. W. H. CanoAKT, frot, kUUumaUca, High
lehoel, Dayton. -
' t.. 0. CaoMlADaa. Prof, LannaM. Blah CahooL
Dayton. . y ..;
a. H. BAam,aap't union Besooli,AihIanib r
Mar than Sim Bimdrti otter Prttidtntt of Cotl.
p, frofiuort. Author and JHtUnguitlud Iduetv
tan, Atm tnoortKi yt ootv ttmtmmt.,.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
V Aixarra 04Luea -"Tt u amir a maralflmnt work.
aa honor to the author, the pabllihera,and the whole
eoontry." PretHtnl Andrewa. r-
Oaio Wbutu UnrraitTrT n-kIt exomdi mrtmert-
ttoaa. 1 It will be my f aide in orthecranb and nronnn-
eiatien, and will often be eonralted by me for it neat
and accurate deflnltlou."Preeldent Thompeoe.
E. TOLloTOOOLtoe.-v,Heretofor4iw have need
Vehtter'a orthocraDhr. At a recent meetlna of onr
faonlty.lt waa decided to change It to conform to that
of Woroeeter'e Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Prealdent
Garfield. . ir.r- 1.- r-v v . .... - -
Wie-man Bjaniva doiiret." "l' flnd It worthi of
ooidlalapprobaUoa.' PreeldentHttetweok. xi-. .
Oaaaim OouraavMIt awie thin meeta n meota.
Ctnafl. I MMunmtiil 11 thm .ran r4. .ntkni. I
Orthoepy to fay ehlklrea and, my. puplla.t'fPrealdent
AjmocH fln it edont and aim ta naa In (nh.
tnt, wrltin and (neaklnc. theorthorraDhy and nronnn.
elation of Weroeatet'c Moral Qnarte Stationary. "
Prealdent Hill.
"Ia aiaMtniaLjDaa
dot to red to eon'onn to them lea for orthography and
reaunotatton ae eontalned in Womatar'a Siotlonar. "
Horace Mann, late Prealdent.
KairroR Oouaea, OjJtim. J'T. meet cordially itoom
oad ' It aa the meel reliable ttandard aathorit of the
eg llah languace aa It la BOW written and epoken."
rreaMeoe e.Darewv. . "- - - - - - . .
8CH00L, COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
him Smi. jaeet BmylK, hmmhtmP f Qtmmo
. -k, MMMIM VIM.. ...,, , , ., ,
The SlctlOBarr la an tmserlahaMe aaonneient to the
leavahi and rndneiry of It author, and aa honor to the
worn of lettert. The meckanleel eneention u rar tape
rlor te thatef any ether Leitooa with which I am ao
qaalnted.M
The moet reliable atandard either! ty ef the laa.
:ut i . WBATTM ... ,.
Xtcaullns xrwarpaiewai of Ohio 8y
v rvfatte ClmUm lkrli f Marth.
The orthography of the Woreeeter Dictionary I that
atrd by moot. If net all author 01 distinction In thie
eoantry and Ingland, and eonformt to the general aaage
orainary writer ana ipeuere.
Wbaetrer prelndleee may her CzlXad prerloTaiy, a
aarefnl irnd of thie to lame will InTariabl be followed
a warm appreciation of It treat merit, atd a derir
add it to the wen ceioeioa library, pe it large or email,
lee library (ntteelf, and will remain aa Inperteha.
Uc reoord of the Wexaiog ef It eempiler,
Jromtto CtnaaaeiaW Qrmmraial tf April 80. .
Here are apwarda of a boadred thouaad word--ood.
had and Indlfferentwtioee mnltlfarloua meanlni and
tertrktVotrt, together with tb4r eorreet tpeUintand pro
aaaaiatioa, are eel Clearly eerore in eye l nc work ta
ancjacetionabiy the freatrN ZMtaaru m xnguah word
twartaWtai,,, , ,
4rvf4 J!Um4 numi Aj4. 80, IKO.
.arUeatly Woatmwai e a Opam DronoaaaT it
ceiey M fa, ha tt aarr eeori eA AMleer
eeaad .aaeleaB by poambUlty enter by omprton or
.4 ..r
from O JUtMjtadtt Jby : " i,-. .
.).;.
A to reuatriieuTiaii. Weaccwm n ru STijauaa
mllotred by ear beet authors; In definition be reaeea
nomine -o b deal red, and la UainoaureiT It 1 laaisuat
say that WoacaeTS eaa be aatey fcllcwed
i i wji a . IlfSHABI BBAKa .
Pabllaaare. Booksellers c Stationers..
vo. 191 supiaioa st, outuahp, qhio. .
inert
JTHE MUTUAi" BENEFIT
LtEE'lNSURANCE v COMPANY,
: Nai3Vxx?1xm 3JQ". Tv
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OITldeualanaiarT 1116144 Per Cent,
Aiuis........ tijjse so.
atateaciesitjrasiaitrT 1 1S81
Bitoec, acrttatemcat it. 1st, WO 11,408,58) 39
Beoctted for Preailama dur ...
ml tha eaJe0 BTBlMa 15 .
Bscctrtd for In tercet during
the year lew .11401419 r,:
total "Tfloetnte'-for lB60..ae77.0S7 74 "
PaldOlatmsbytathfMT.Otaet , , t. , .. .
Paid Polwtts larren. - " :
dered .... 41.M1 89 v""'sr
Paid Balarice, Pvtt ' v-
aga, TaJts,'.. ". . -
than-. 81.030 54-'.
Paid Ooaattbeiona to ,f - -:':f ' i '
Agent 1,S 30 ' . " '
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raid AnotUe..4. 1A1T 00 - ' ' '
PaM Dividend dur-" '
160,300 li Hii,W. bS - 411,874 14
Ut Prance January tit? 161.:.. .a J,S18,58 50
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pMiiaa ItotM, on PoIlce
la force, only drawing 0 per
cat. in tenet.
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TiSTS PclleJes ta fnc'ruiih.7.t96t4S0tS3l
'1,431 new Polleic bav bcaa ltsa4 daring the year.
After a oarcrul oak Mtlea ef tbt ereswt varae of the
entetandint PorVsieeof ehe -Deeapasri and barter tbe
aeeeecaa-y era-4lcaeeTJe refer, she Dtrcetar
bar deeiared a Dnisann of. 4A per emmU ea the Preooe-
une puataii4ii rata, to aupoiMtaero lire tarercc,
kamcd prior to January I, l,paybwcccrdln t eh
Pr'"s eba Ooavpany.M ,n fr a
foa ill kbwa i.4. 44., ... . ti
nM,lekaMt, and AnpUeatlaae, will be furalaaed
wiriwuToe,M the Oinee or Ageaete el eaa Coea
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Wee la treat! Tarlety and at
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
la a constitutional dlaeasa, a corruption of the
Dtooo, dv wrucu uua nuia become viu.ua.
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervade the whole body, and may bunt out
In diae on any part of it. . No organ ia fraa
from it attack, nor i there one which it may
not dostroy. The acrofuloua taint ia varioualy
catued by merouriaJ diaeaaa, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
ana nuny kaatu, the aepressmg vice), ana,
above all, by the. venereal infection. What
ever be it origin, it ia hereditary in the con
atitution, descending from parent to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it wm to be the rod of Him who aayi, "I
will visit, the iniquitie of the father upon
their cliUdren,". . - , ' . , ;, ,
' It eflecu commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcaroua matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organ, i termed
tubercle j .in the gland, awellingai and on
the lurface, eruption or lore. Ini foul cor
mption.-whioli gendwra in the) blood, depreeeae
the cnergiea of life, 10 that acrofulou constitu
tion not only suffer from scrofuloua com
plaints, but-they have mr loaa power to witli
stand tltB attacka of other diseases!' conse
quently vast numbers Jjerlsh by ditorders
vliich, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered total by tikis taint in the
systems Most of the coniumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination j and many
aostrucuve disease or tlio liver, kidneys, brain,
and, Indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause. . , .
- One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their, persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in
AYER'S. ..'
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where nrevalline-and fatal malailv. It ia com.
bined from the most active remedial that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and tha rescue of the
system, from its .destructive consequences.
Hence "it" should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, auch aa Ebuptivb
and Skin Diseases, St. Akthonts Fibb,
Rose, or Erysipelas. Pimples. Pustules.
EiOTCiiES, Blains and Bon., Tumors., Tetteb
and Salt Rheum, Scald IIbad, Ringworm,
Rheumatism, Syphilitic and Mercuihal Dis
eases, Dnopsr,. Dyspepsia, Debility, and,
indeed, all Complaints arising from Vitia
ted oh Impure Blood. The popular belief
in 11 impurity ofth blood " is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of tliis Samoa-
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions.
.AYER'S
Ague Cure,
' yoBTHE ipitiDY cure by
I
Intermittent Fewer, or Fever and Aane,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fewer, Dumb
A ejus, Periodical ileadaeno, or Blllona
Headache, and Biliona Fevers, Indeed
aha whole elaeeefalHuee ouritiia.t
insr in Diiuuryr aerangement, eaeieed by
u eLwwwiiuB vouawiei.
' We are enatiled here to ofrbr the community a
remedy which, while it cure the above complaints
wim .certainty, 1 Mill perfectly nannies in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in district
where these afflicting disorders prevail. Thie
"Cuha" expels the missmaUo poison of Fbvbb
An Aoue from the ayatem, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken 00 the flnt ap
proaoh of it premonitory symptom. It i not only
the best remedy ever vet discovered for this class
ot complaints, out also tne eneapest. Iho large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings It within the
reach of every body ; end in biliou cUitrict, where
Feveb and Adcb pravail, every body ahould
have it and use it freely both for euro ana protec
tion.. A great luperioiity of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent 1 that it contain no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produce no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever open the constitu
tion. Ihoi tared by it are left a healthy as if
they had never had the diaease.
1 ever and Ague ia not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
der arise from, it irritatinn- Among., which are
v, ;.... 1 ).f.. nix.j
4C4W 444M, ,4e44"'l4t,WI, VU14, 1ICU444I4.YW, iJtilUf
ness, 2ootMcheEracheitaffi.Atfwa, Pal.
futution, rawful AJtclion ej tin bpletn, Muster
ki, Pain in the btneeit, Cvlto, Paralyn and
tanntmtitt of tin Stomaeh, all Of which, when
them all alike. It i an invaluable protection to
immiirrants and Derscn travelline or temnorcrilv
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittent if they avail themseive of the protection
this remedy afford.
Prepared by Dr. J. a AYXR CO., bwail, Vats.
- BOBBBTB k CAllCaiL. Oolaaba. .
And by Drerrlta and Dealers everywhere. ,
aovwiya.twaw ..-...-... ,
CA5ADIAJ ft XimSD STATES KAIL
.STEAMERS
TO ARDFHOn
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
The bfoatreal Ocean Steamship Cosspanr's IrsUlim
fhll-pcereredOlyde-bellt S teamen aaii overf Sato
araap from PORTLAND, arrylngtb Oaudhui and
United Btati Mall and passenger. , . v , . .
, KORWIOIAlf. NORTH AKHMOAlf,
BOHIHIAIt, -T ANOLO-8AX0N,
1
kuuiu Dtuiua, ninaaniAn,
CANADIAN, NOTABOOTIAIf.
Sherteet, Cheapeat and Qalckcct Cane
,. vtyaao arosn . .
aUOSICA TO All PASTS OF TV&QTX.
: ' BateM ot r naa to fiurbp
, ejao, eo, 90.
Will sail from LTTIRPOOL ercrr Wedaeedar
and from QUE RIO ovorw Batnrdaw, calling al
LONDONDSBBT. to receive on board and land atall and
Passenfen, 10 and from Ireland and Scotland. '
rrrTaeee liaaaers are built of troa, la water-tlrht
compartment, oarry eeoh an expenenoed Surgeon, and
every attention Is paid to the comfort and aeooDnwda-
tion or peeeenger. ac iney proceed oirect to iiUMUUH
DIET, the treat risk and delay cf calling at Be, Joha'l
avoided. ., .,. .. .
elaerow) Mngn are rami shed with ras Manure
ticfctli to and from Londonderry. . ,, .
Bclaro ticket (ranted at reduced rates. ...
Oeranoata laeeed for carrying to and bringing oat pas
inmta from all the brladaal town of Oreat Britain and
Ireland, at reduced raant, by thla line ef 1 teamen, and
the WABHINOTON LINB Of IAILIN f A0KBI8,
leaving UTcrpoel erery wee4 a , , .
Sif ht Drafts far Al aad eiawarde nay
able la Kafflaadelraiaad, ttcof.
- land ar Walee. . .... ' ,
for pasnre, apply at the Offlee. 83 BROADe
WAV, Now Vrk and 19 WAtEK H t.,
a4itrjf.eel
i ; 1 1 BABSl liUill, eeneral ifsnta,";
Or to-; , Je R. ARMSTRONGS I
aelO-lydfcw , . Post 0flc,0jmmbns,0hlc.-
o.t j BENBIKfEULEB, .
(Lai cf Phaloa' BstaMtshment, N, T.,) Peprletoet
the New' Torn faehlonabto Shavlnt, Bair Oattlac
ihiaipoonlng, OorUng and Divjacing Baleon, Bast Stat
atieeb Over the Post Office, where eatlaraonoa will
be itven In all the varion braaohe. Ladle aad
Child rea' Bate Dreietag don la the beet style. . 1
yl-dlr ' ' - "" " " - .
SPRIlte CLOAKS AND BASQIKESI
BBW STYLE a Bala Ac Saat, Be BtBontli
Btfh itreet, bcVe )ai opened new etyle ef Otora Ois
iiLta. Baeaeuna aad lacee, Bad In the aeweel and
me ctrlhh nuance-, Alc anaerb Alalsk
Btaea alike, very hesvy, dediued wprenly log
MaaUllAaBdSatlU)l. japrlw
PAP
. I ? r, a . T
e
AND CHEAPEETHAN EVER!
'4un'J "if!
OVR PttlNO tTOCBC IB VlfCBVAlV.
ly Urge and well eeiorted. The very Uteet P turns
Irom AUKniUAJI, anwbtauana iw.w saeuinea.
GOLD PAPERS AND BOEDEKS.
Gold and .Velvet jBoyders,
SPLENDID" ; pECOE ATIONS
SZDEILIGELT
AND
FIRE BOARD' PAPERS,
ti. , .......
1
' Gold am Painted Shades,
GOLD
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
. :. ... . - . ,:v 1 ,
GREEN HOLLANDS,
, WINDOW ITSTUEES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
- BEAUTIFUL PICTURES ;
..j .
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
IOO Soutb, TTIglaQt.
COLTJMBUS, O.
I. B. Landlord and person wishing quantities of
Paper will make money by baying 01 as. Country
Merchant and person from abroad will d. wall to call
and seen. aptll l-dSacodl ' R. aA.
NEW ARRIVALS
OF
Spring & Summer Millinery.
The Stoolc RerplaalBhad
;..;DAILY
car ... . . J , , ,v - 1
FROITI LATEST IBIFOBTATIOrtS OF
; NEW YORK.
1IT STOOK Of
Spring & Summer Millinery
I ana complete, oomp rtslng every variety of MUlhv
cry; al, a large aawrttaaal t Inhrolderles, Boelery
and Notion, aw., and la qua titles and prleat that eaaj
not fall t salt all was amy favor a with a (all. Qkt
toon have beca bough at Peal prices, and will be sold
at a email advance on cost.
MILLINERY
Mist M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
will superintend the Millinery Department. Bar long
axperleooem the most faskloaable Istabliahannt a
Broadway wUl alone be a warraaty that She will be able
to lv entire aatWacttca ta saatMr of tut t all who
may fkfor her with their order. '
The Lsdlc of Columbus and vicinity win plea ac
cept my sincere thank for their liberal patron age, and
I woald respectfully solicit a continuance of tee aaae.
It H. WARE,
68 East Tswa St. Celnmbue, o.
Wholesale and Ef tail .Depot for
FAMILY CS0CESIE3. r
No. 106 South Hizh Street
Wia HcDONAlD,
DEALER IN , 7 ' ,
T.E-A S,.V, ;
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL HEIR VARIETIES. .
DailT . rrlwal af avaaevs "
For the Full and Winter Trade
Of 1860-61 a a..
imtETuunino bihoere toakkb
TO TBK PUBLIC to (act favers and patroa
age, sad being BIIIBniHBB to BIERIT
eooatlaasBea ef same by atrial attemtlea ta
trade, aad praaapt' daUwerr al Swede,
Iwonll call the sratloa ef the pa bUete the fact that
bavsnf .a LArge sad wcU SeleeU Btaak on
kaad, sad baUg ia dally receipt ef good bo the differ-
entmariieta,! fAttermytelf Oat IeaaccTw c tbeda
sens ef Oorambca, or t ai wh may diati to icmiian.
aa asMttacat cf article apprtaaJng tssheOBOOBaT
trade,-CMEQCALED by any ha m la ally.
The price end easilty ef the goods ofered, 4 1 fasur
ante ta Blre satlafaeUea. ' -
. Goods Sellmed Ftn of Charga. '
acvS7. U r .,....' fl WM. aUDONALDv '
WllUAin jCl. ' xm
OOLCHBCB, OHIO 1 .
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSB
And Seed Store,
BBAura 'in '.;.-'
GENERAL HARDWARE,
HAILb, QLAS8, 8AIB, PDTTT, CORD A0B, .. 4
Oaaet rietale. Weed At Wlllaw YVare,
thcraad kabber BeKliig, I ae Leaehev, Bee eat
klaf....' u v, tv'. ui:e)al-Al .
Notice,
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
, , . .
rpHBrOLLOtStlfO CHArtGES WERE
A. madlnth0offloerot this Bank, January SWtb,
1801, to wltt W. A. Pltt, Preeident, aad Tanata
Moo ma. Oaihler. roelgnod their offioe. Davra Tavaoa,
Boq., wa then aletii Prealdent and Wa. A. rviTt ap-polntlO-hler.
, . , -
By eraer or cue aoaru wi inrenore.
rfebS, kj81-df.('t . f ?rW, ApfLATT.QeatJer,,
in T a t oia ui I Mm 1 unan i 1 mm
ariKB mrffii
YrrjTOBtirBI witTtTfft) 'we-ar
XU news
elltnt at very low prices, aba all other Uods
tMhlooabl furs. PBIBBANB, ,
(jccsi, Be.BtieatiiHiia.
0)i6 Statesman
''.'''.-" IHII. ...
Dally, pet year. . r. , ft 00
Trl Weekly, pei tar.. .... 8 00
Weekly, per yeai 10
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS THE FUNERAL OF SENATOR DOUGLAS.
AA
aniiinsBan
MASONIC OBSEQUIES—THE MARCH TO
THE GRAVE.
[From the Chicago Journal of
THE FUNERAL PROCESSION.
The streets this morning, in tha vioialty of
ue line of marea orthiuneraiproceton,wer
thronged with people, thousands of whom were
brought la by the early traina from tbe eoontry.
Clark street, from Bryan Hall to Lake, Lake
10 Michigan A venae, and Michigan Avenue for
tome d ltaoo couth, were enoloeed by ropea and
goeraea oy iqaidi of poiloe to prevent any in
terruption to tbe passage of the fuoeral cortege
Ueea Lake street, tbe sidewalks, windows, awn
logs and house-top were crowded with human
being, silent witnesses of the solemn speotacle.
Hardly a loud word or boiatcrons laugh was
beard . All tbia dense crowd seemed impressed
with the solemnity of the occasion, and mani
fested their respeot for the illustrious dead by a
beoomlog alienee. .
About half-past ten, the carriages, appropri
ately trimmed with tbe symbol ol mourning,
drew op In front of the north door of tbe Tre-
mont noose. Mrs. Douglas, ber father, moth
or, and two tone, passed into the first between
lines of oitisena with uncovered beadsi tbe Bisb
op In full eanonioals, relatives and pbviioians
occupying tne remainder.
About eleven o'clock, amid tbe tolling of
nous, tne nring 01 minute guns, and tbe wail
ing direct 01 tbe band, tbe procession com.
meneed movlne in the following order:
. Tbe procession wss about two miles in length
and occupied an hour in paasing a given roint.
On a moderate estimate eight thousand persons
were in tbe .oorteee. Tbe casket containing
the honored remains rested beneath a oanopy of
American page oroopios; irom ao eagle, and
was drawn by tiz while horses, appropriately
ereeseo 10 me insignia ot mourning.
a
m S
BB Wet
Chief Marshal,
COL. J. H. TUCKER.
3H
2-
3(5
2 a
Manhalof Bands,
MAJ. E. W. HADLEY.
Bind,
, FIRST DIVISION.
SSIliTAMT MakJHlL, UEOT. COL. H. D. BOOTH,
Military Eioort,
Gen. R, K. Swift and Stiff.
Commissioned Officers of tbe Irish Brigsde.
; Montgomery Gaerds.
Company C. Sixteenth Regiment.
Chicago Light Gaarda.
Doaglas Guards.
Hoffman Dragoons,
Bryan Light Guards.
Cbioago Reserve Rifles.
Ogdcu Light Infantry.
. Company B, Sixteenth Regiment. '
, Company D, Sixteenth Regiment.
. ,. Company A, Zouave Regiment.
Comyany B, Zjaave Regiment.
. Company D, Ziuave Regiment.
Bcammon Light Infantry.
Borne Guard, First Ward.
- " Btergee Rifles.
; SECOND DIVISION.
AisiSTANT aiasHaL, johw a. iiKgra
OfflolatiDg Clergy, (in carriage.)
Attendant Physicians, fin earriara. 1
Committee of Thirty at eeoori, flanked by Civil
uaaro on outy at nail. .
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S
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IS;
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7
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5
6
' Committett ot ArrangeaienU. '
Committee of State at Large. --,
Family of Deceased In Carriages.
., THIRD DIVISION.
AsUiraNT atAUHSL, STinitN A. OOODWIN.
U. 9. Senator and Representatives la Congress
' 1 . from Illinois. ...
Senators and Representative in Congress from
otoer states.
' Governor of Iilinolt.
' Governor of other 8iat. ' .
Lieut. Governor aad State Officers of Illinois.
Membere of tbe Lraialatare of Illlnoia.
Ueat. Governors and State officer of other
. j...- 1 ...8tAiv-
Membera of the Legltlataret of other States.
. Judges of tbe U. 8 Courts.
U. 8. Attorneye andoffioera of Federal Courta
Jodgeo or Bopreme Court of Illinois.
Jodgee ef Circuit aad other State Courts.
States Attorneye and offlaers of Slate Courta
Membert of tbe Bar.
Repreaentatlvesof Foreign Government.
United 8tatea Marshala and Deputies -United
States Colleetor and Deputies.
Postmaster and Deputies.
FOURTH DIVISION.
ASIISTirTT BUUflAL, O0L. 0 1. HUltatO. '
Sbetiff and County Officers.
Mayor, ex-Mayort and Alderman of Cbicsgo.
' . Mayors of other eitiea.
Police Commlssiooere and Board of Publio
Work.
Saperrltora ol Cook County.
Tbe Preee.
Tbe Boardt and Faculty of Cbiosgo University.
me uoaroa and r aouity 01 other Unireraltie.
. , The Clergy.
' The McUijal Pruiession.
Delegations from other Cities and States.
. i FIFTH DIVISION. .
AieiiTAirr MaasauL, u. bowem.
Tbe Masoaio Fraternity. -':
The Mercantile Association.
, ' v , SIXTH DIVISION. s
; ' - AttUTaay MSUBSL, O. K. BOLDEIf. " v
Tbe Fire Department. . . '
; Delegation of Firemen froa lolieU"' .
, Tbe Chioago Typographical Union.
Seamen1! Benevolent Society.
SEVENTH DIVISION. " 1
, AtlUTANT MaBSBAL, DAVID WALSH. 1 1 .
The Hibernian Benevolent Society. '
The Confraternities of 81. Viaeent De Paul.
, EIGHTH DIVISION. .
ASSUTABT BABARAL, W. IBOfELDT, , ' '
The Chicago Catholic Temperanoe Association.
United sou or Krin fleneroient Assoolation.
Other Temjperance Societies.
St. Francis Benevolent Society.
' . NINTH DIVISION.-,
ais iit Airy mbssml, oet.. w. s( Maneow. 1
Ship Carpenters' Association. " ' ' '
1 Journeymen Tailor' Association, r; , ,
, Horse Sboera' Assoolation. , '
I, '- ...Other Civlo8ooieUea. . , ! ?
,J w o-i .TENTH DIVISION. 1 ; .
i aeeiiTAMT asawiaiM a. sUBoaxtv, -
Qtlk'eas abd Stranger with monrnlng Badge,
,( - " in ooiumns or twelve abreast. .
...The Dfoeeseloa wal the meet Imnoelne tneo-
Ual ever witnessed In Chlcsro. The thouc-
andt of atlent ipeoUtore, tbe pec dan ta of erape
looped upon tb boot fronts, the half maeted
flags, tb wailing requiems of tbe bands, the
solemn 'and meaeurod tread ef the military,
the civl assoclaUon with their draped baa
netw, but above all,' the dee eolemnlte and
vna&eoted grief which aeemed to pervade air,
formed a picture or monrning to which oar city
has nerer before been aoonttome d.
Tbe cortege moved at a tlow pace to the
burial place at Cottage Grove, where tha last
aa retpeeie were ' paid to ine great aeaa
Bljfaop Dnggsn efflolated, and delivered ai
oration.
The lateness of the hour preolnde onr detail
log the funeral cermonies et the grave. Cbloa
go bae paid tbe Iaat tad of&oee to tbe great
dead, whom the hae so often honored while
living. His memory will ever be green in tbe
nearta of ber cuizeni,
MASONIC FUNERAL SERVICE OVER THE REMAINS OF
STAPHEN A. DOUGLAS ROYAL ARCH MASON.
On tbe 3d of June. 1B41, Stephen A. Done
las, then twenty-seven yean of age, reoeivad
tne degree of hiotered Apprentioe, in spring.
field Lodge No. 4, of Ancient, Free and Ac
cepted Mttont of this Stste. Twenty one
year from that day, after life of fidelity
and attachment to tbe noble prlnolplee of tbe
uraer, ne departed tnis ute- it waa Biting
tbat the Fraternity ahould observe tbe occasion
of his death with tbe mual Mseonio ceremo
nies. 1
The ceremonies were performed laat evening
at Bryan Hall.
At fire o'olock, Apollo Commandery, No. 1,
Knight Templars, G. W. Derriog, Eminent
Commander, matched from their Aaylnm to
Bryan Hall, aud took cbsrge, ae a Guard ol
Honor, of tbe remain! of tbe deceaeed. Tbe
body, in conformity to Maaoni nssge, was
changed to an east and west position.
Tbe Hall, upon being opened, raotdly filled
with those who had received from their Ms
eonio friends, cards of admission. Tbe galle
ries were filled with a brilliant assemblage of
ladles.
Upon the stage were the relative of tb d
ceased, the different committees, membert of
tbe Common Council snd pail bearers.
At alx o'clock, tbe Grand Lodge of the State
was opened at Metropolitan Hall. The Lodees
of the city were opened at five at their lodge
rooms, and toon after tlx inarched to .Metro
politan Hall, received tbe Grand Lodge, and
marched to Bryan Hall. Tbe procession en
tered tbe Hall under tbe command of Sir
Knight H. C Ranney, Graod Marshal in tbe
following order:
Most Worshipful, Ira A. W. Buck, Grand Mas
terof the G. L. Ill , supported by Most Em
inent Past Grand Commander, J. V. S. Bla
ney, and Most Eminent Past Commander. H.
A. Johnson, K. T and tbe other officer of
the Urand Lodge.
Lafayette Lodge, No. 18, A. W. Hitchcock,
W.M.
Tyler with drawn tword.
Stewards with white rods.
Matter Masons.
Senior and Junior Deacons.
Secretary and Treunrer.
Senior and Junior Wardens.
Tbe Holy Writings on a cuabion, covered with
black crape, and carried by the oldest
member of the Lodge.
The Mayor.
The Lodges followed In tbe tame order.
eli :
Oriental Lodge, No. 83, G. F. Haynes, W. M.
Garden Citv Lodire. Mo. 141. W. C. Bsteham.
P.M. ' "
Germania Lodge, No. 183. H. M. Peters. W.
M.
Accordia Lodeo. No. 271 . Kanfield. W.
M.
W. B. Warren Lodge. 209. C. II. Tunicliffe.
W.M.
Cleveland Lodre. No. 211. N. W. Huntlev.
W.M.
Blanev Lodge. No. 271. Gilbert R. Smith. W
M.
Dearborn Lodee. No. 310. H. N. Hurhurt. W.
Kilwinning Lodge, No. 311, F
W.M.
C. Greene,
The aesemblace had waited netiantl fn ton
bourt. Tblsdelay watcanted bv thalarcannm.
ber of Visiting bretbrea who esked to be admit
ted to the different Lodre. which neoMaarlU
vuvupiru muoo urns.
The prooeasioa entered the Hall in the order
given beiore, and with solemn and meaenred
tread marched around tha oornaa of tha deneri.
ed brother. 80 large ru tbe number that tbe
prooeation occupied tome fifteen minutes la en
tering the Hall, and when all entered, the en
ure noor or to Hall was completely filled.
iter, erotner u. a. i laany, O. JJ., Orand
Chaplain, opened the eeremonlea bv nraveri at
tbe oonolusion Of Which tbe entire aaaamblas'a
ui luseuui reepouuca, wim one VOICCI
r m jj ... .
00 mote it bb. Amen.
The following resolution, adonted bv tha Fra
ternity, were read by Sir Knight D. Cameron 1
Whebeas, Death, tbe great leveler of dlt
tlnotlon, bat suddenly cut down, In the prime
of life and tbe midst of his usefulness, onr be
loved brother, S. A. Douglie,
fiefWeod, That in the death of our late broth
er the Masonio Fraternity ar ealled npoa to
deplore the los of oos of its brightest orna
mems, whose oonti'tsut exemplification of the
principles of our ordr throughout bis long and
brillisnt publio oareer, haa endeared him 19 tb
hearts of all true craftsmen.
Renlvtd, Tbat tbe death of onr late brother
Is a nctioual calamity, attested by the deep
grief of tbe peop'e, In who heart he la en
shrined as the exponent and defender of their
right. While be bas WOO for hlme.lf Imner.
Unable ronown, he bat reflected honor upon hit
country by bit fidelity, courage and wUdom.
Rtflved, That tbe State of Illinois, ln lu
present greatness, is Itself monoment of tbe
distinguished services of ber favorite eon, who
bae Identified hie adopted Stat with bis name
in tne pages or history.
Rt-l4, Tbat we tender to th widow and
family of our deceased brother an expression of
our bsartfelt condolence and eympatby In tbe
great loss whloh thsy bar sustained In the
death of an affectionate bnaband and father.
ana we supplicate tor tbsm tbe protecting oar
of Him who tempera the wind to the tboro
Iambi wbolt a father to tb fatherless, the
wioow-s inoa ana tb orphan's ivay.
ArW, That a copy of these reeolntlon be
forwarded to the relative of onr daoaaaad
brother, and to tbe different Matonle Lodges of
mis city, wun a request tnat tney bespread npon
taeir mioutea.
R. W. Harmon G. Reynolds, Grand SecreU
ry of tbe Grand Lodge, who wat initiated at
tbe earns time with Judge Draglse, then ttated
the Masonio bberapby of Stephen A. Dontlas.
Stephen A. Douglas petitioned fortbedogrsjei
to Bprinsneia ioag no. 4, 00 tbe B b day ot
May, 1S4.0. He was initiated Jon 3d, ln tb
sams yearj passed to th degree of Fellow
Craft on the 24th, end waa raised to tha snb-
lime degree of Master Meabn on the 86 h of
the tame month. He waa chosen- Grand Ora
tor of tbe Urand Lodge at the first Annnal
Communication in 1840, and wat the first Grand
Orator ever chosen by the Grand Lodge of Il
linois.
Ob the 28th of December, while he filled the
offioe of Secretary of State, he waa elected Ju
nior Warden of Springfield Lodge. He waa
subsequently elected en ef the Justices of tbe
Supreme Court, and assigned to the Quiticy
circuit. He thereupon resigned 'the Masonic
offioe of Junior Warden. On the 30th of Au
gust, 1847, h wat railed to th Mark Mater's
degree, and on tbe 3J of December, la the
art year, be wat exalted to the eubllme de
gree of Koyal Arch Meson, by Abraham Jon a.
High fried or tiatney Lodge. Prom tb time
of hit Initiation to hit election to the Supreme
Beach, Mr. Douglas waa a oonetant attendant
of tbe Lodge, and ttudled with assiduity all
tna work 01 to uruer.
In company with brother Shields, we attend.
ed tbe meetlngof the Grand Lodge held la this
city.: M. E. R. C , H. A. Johnaoa delivered
tbe oration. ...
Three rape of the gavel were then riven
and Most Worshipful G. M. Ira W. Buck, of
to wrana uoag or Illinois, standing naoover-
ea.oommencea tne innerai aewvloe by reading
on of tb beautiful lecture Ml forth la tbe
rlteal for funeral oocaaiou. ; . , , , . . .
Tbe following ritual wa then orooouaoed.
the respenaee being made la eoaoertt -
fliAsrsa May we be .true, and faiuuui, and
may we liv and di la love. .-. :., ... , ,
af.aititW, .a v-n-' ' 1
May w profea what It good, sad alwayt act
agreeably to our profession.
3t WiM ti M,
May tbe Lord bleae ne, and may all our good
Intention be covered with tuoeese. "V ,; ,
Be etcti it 6. . ',...
Glory be to God on Mob. ' On 'earth I
Good will toward men. " i a
Be m( ft e, te, from Jmetfrth nt fomtr
Then,' forming In proeesslon, the bretbrea
marched around tb oofflo. each ona naatlar
upon theoorp tprla of avararaten. Dnrlne-
this, the following hymn wa fang; ,: ,
; Solemn ctrfk tb funeral eaune,'
., .- ; Koteeof our dnaitwg time, -
. A Journey here below. -
. Through a p.larlaug of woe
Mortali, now Indulge a tear, '" ' ' ' '
' , for aortllty I acari
Sec bow wide her trophic wave
O'er the eiasaaert af tb (rave. .
' Here another guest we brtnf -.
Serapheef oclcctlal ln. . u
., ; To oar fun'rai alter Come, " '
Waftthia frlead and brotasr baae.l , . -
' There, catarged, thy oolnalls j
What waa veiled In mletcrys
Beavenly glorli of the plica, '
Ihcw his Maker lace to Uoe. -
lord of all I below.
' Pill oaf heart witb tIB1n and love.
wnec oioivee our earthly tie,
las astoTbj Ledge en high. , - .
Tbe Light Guard band nlaved that tread old
funeral hymn of Fleyel, wbiob, given In their ,
beet style, added to the solemnity of the scene.
This ceremony consumed some fifteen or
twenty minutes. At the eonelnsion tberenf, O.
C. Blaney, ot tbe Stat Encampment of K T.
ordered the publio graod honora given, wnich
ae done in very beautiful and Impressive .
manner by all tbe brethren. Tbe publio grand
honor consist I n Inclining tbe body to tbe earth
waiving tbe hand downward, crossing them
upon the breast, and then rlsine them toward
heaven. Tbit wat repeated thrice.
The final lecture and the final waver waa
then made, and tb exercUe closed.
OtV-J t
Oca Csiid. We believe In amall farms and
thorough cultivation. -
We believe tbat eoil lores to eat. at well aa
it owner, and ought, therefore, to be manured.
We believe In large crops which leave the '
land better than they found it making both tbe
termer ana tne larm ricn at onoe. ,
We believe In going to the bottom of things. .
and, therefore, in deep plowing, and enough of
it. Alt tbe better If with a subsoil plow. .
We believt that every farm should own a
good farmer. -; r '
We believe that tbe belt fertiliser of any soil
it a tpirit of Industry, enterprise and Intelli
gencewithout tbit, lime and gypsum,- bones
and green manure, marl and guano will be ot
little use. .
We believe In good fences, good barns, rood
farm houses, good stock, good orchard, and
obildren enough to gather the fruit.
we believe In a olean kltoben, a neat wif fa
it, a spinning-piano, a clean cupboard, a clean
dairy, and a olean conscience.
We firmly disbelieve in farmer that will not '
improve; in termers tnat grow poorer every
years In starveling cattle 1 In farmers' boyc
turning Into clerks and merchants) In farmere'
daughters unwilling to work, and in all farmer
ashamsdof their vocation, or who drink whisky
till honest people are ashamed of them.
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Stib tbi Soil. Qood farmers are well ac
quainted with tbe faot and an Important fact
In all good farming that frequent stirring of
the toil In all open crops is ealcalated to bare
at much effect In producing an abundant yield
aa an extra dressing ot manure. It Is esnto
I lallv val ruble indrv a.aainn. end tha n(tan I
I u resorted to, wbetber In field or garden, tbe
I ninM kan.ft.1.1 will t.. 4 V. ...! A . .u.
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but moet
whloh are left to the management of woman.
Twice or thrice aa many vegetable could be
raised in msny of these small enclosure by
stirring tb ground often, destroying tbe weeds
as fast as they appear, and ao erranc-inr aa to
obtain at least two crops from every part of It.
Declare unceasing war against weeds, cleans
your land thoroughly, no matter what tbe
labor or expenee and keep them eNaosed. Few
are aware now moon nutriment they abstract
from the toil. When the corn, or ah oat, or
potato orop fail to realits our expectations, we
vent bitter invectives arainst tha oll. ae the
eton, or tho teed, overlooking the fact that
the weed have been eilently and iturdlly at
work In pillaging from the treasurv whanae
alone the ailment necessary to tbeir develop
meet Can be derived. If we must cultivate
weeds, let u, by all means, BDoroorlate to them
a oertaia prescribed portion of our eoil, and
keep tbsm ther. .
HOW TO FoaXTEU. Weathcc. fn a minn.il -
Of th thermometer, compiled by Rear Admi
ral rittroy, and jutt published by tbe Ejard of '
iraae, London, tbe observations ocean -"
Whether clear or cloudy. roseskr ataun.
set presses fair weather, a red sky In tb
Bornlng, bad weather, or much wind (perhaps
rain a gray aky In tbe morning, fine weather
a nign nawn, wma, low oawu, lair weather. .
Soft-looking or dalloat cloud foretell flna
weather, with moderate or light breexeet hard-
edged, oily looking o'oud. wind. A dark,
gloomy, blue sky Is windy j but a light, bright
blu sky Indloatc fin weather. .
Generally, tb eofter cloude look the less
wind (but, psrbaps, more rain) may be expect
ed) and the harder, more greasy rolled, tuft
ed, or ragged, tbe stronger tbe oomlog wind
will prove. Also, a bright yellow sky at euoaec
preeageewlndi a pal yellow, weti and thu, by
tbe prevaleno of rd, yellow, or gray tint, tb .
coming weather, may be foretold, vary aoarly, '
Indeed, If aided by instraaente, almost exaotly. .
- Small, Inky-looking cloud fotetU rain j light '
wad olonds driving acrou heavy mat ehow" ' L'
wind and ralni but if alon may Indloat wind! ' ' '
only. High upper clouda eroMicg tha inn,
moon, or star, In a direction different from that ..'
or tbe lower clouds, or tb wind then left be
low, foretell a change of wind. When tea bird
fly out early, and far to eeaward, mod era to
wind end ralr weather may be expected 1 wbea
they bang about tbe land, or over It, sometime
flying Inland, expect a strong wind with stormy :; '
weather. ' - J j. ...;
There are other algnt of a ooming change In , j
th weathsr known lss generally than may ba ,
desirable, and, therefore, jrortb notlosj such ea "
when b'rds of long flight, rooks, swallows, or" '
others, hang about home, or fly op aad down oe . :
low ram or wtoa may n expeoted. Also, when j ,
animals seek eheltered plaoee, instead of apread. , ,'
Ing over their nsnal ranges, when Digs oarrr
straws to their etles; when smoke from Dhlm '
aeys does net aseead readily (or airtight up- -V , -ward
daring calm), an unfavorable change if
FoJeUev,' -v "
Dew ia an Indication of fine weather to It :
fog. Nsithsr of these two formatloni oocut
under an overoatt sky, or when there la muci
wind. . One sees fog occasionally rolling awav.
aa It were, by wind, but seldom or never form
ed while i ta blowing.''. ,T ..' .; ;. .
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EAGLE, BRASS .WORKS, J
: Corner Spring Water Bta.f' -i s
polvta3ratowit OlolOa I
w. " n. " potto i & : bo
MoiiiijeTiaxo.'.u:'
tai kUnuractureic cf Bras and Oompedttaa CaaUlgt, 9
..; , . fuaibed Bras Work el all DeeerlpUoo. , . s , o
E.Mtro,s'riatiD
STENCIL CUTTir.C. &C.
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STEBNI OHITTMIOEN. . . . HEWaf T. OHITTEWar.lt
: j 8. t H. T. CHITTENDEN,
i ll,,J ATTOaSItS At LAW. - ' ' ' ;,; .
Offlccs, B80 Broadway "w Turk Olty, aal
Patom Boitstna, Columbus, Ohio. ..Ms
; ICTOarefalattaatloapali te CoIleeUoas. 1 .. r
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