OCR Interpretation


Daily Ohio statesman. (Columbus, Ohio) 1855-1870, June 21, 1861, Image 1

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028645/1861-06-21/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

VOL. VII i. NO.
11. NEW- SEEIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. FKIDAY
M0ENIN6. JUNE 2i;';1861
, i -
IB HOLLARS PES YZAB,
' laTriarIj Jn Afjvanos !
O AILY, TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKI
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
IUBLIIHJ ES AHD PROPRIETOR
CTdlBM Bo. 86, 88.anMO,,North High It
TBRMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANOl. , ,
jjj tuo varrier, per WSSK, 13l$ cents.
rrl-Weekly . . .... .., $ oo per year,
wo -;,:-,.-,.! 1 UO ,
crm r Advertising; by the Square
nsiuursiveai...a2o no
On t quart 3 week. . 14 00
On " V month 18 00
One ' 6 month! It 00
una week., 3 00
On ' 3 1 week... 1 75
On. " 3 day... 1 00
One . " .3 mouth 10 00
One " 2 monthi 8 00
On 1 month. S 00
Una " iiday...
One " 1 Insertion
Displayed advertlismenta half mora than th above
Adveitliemente leaded and placed In tha column
Spxlal Notice." doubl (A ordinary raUm.
A 11 uotloei requires to be publlihed by law, legal rate.
If ordered on the Inalde exclusively after the Brat nek
per cent, more than the above ratei; but all such nil
p i n-n eeaiy wttnout charge.
Dullness Oarda, not exceeding five line, per yew, to
de, S'i 50 rer line: outside-.!. . ..
Noticeiof meeting, charitable! ode tl, fire compact,
half nrlce. ... . , . .-
All transient advtrUtmnmU must b paid for im
Aa ruie win noi ocvaneo irem.
Weekly, fun price a the Dally, when th adTertlMi
eithe Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
are both naed, then the charge lor th Weekly will b
u.'i Mivr.be.ui Ml. uuif v . .
N advertisement taken except for a deflnlt period
BUSINESS CARDS.
p. a. b. smms, ;
Attorney nt Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Ambos Building, oppotlte Capitol Square. '
. COLUMBUS. OHIO
OOLUM13UQ
Machine Manufacturing Company
p in
HArforioTnmRa or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS.
ranting, Mtu-Owlng, Maehlntry., ,
ALSO,
nallroad 'VCroxlc
or ivtir DisoiirnoM.
. COHJMBC8, OHIO.
OHA8. AMB08, gup't., P. AMBOB, Treu.
deell, IBiH-tf
ylU' Yo ) 3 o o o op o w e o o e.$
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Can
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and Bt. Louis. '
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRST TRAIN.
(Dally, Monday! eiceeted.)
MlOni EXfKKBS, via Dayton, at 8:45 a.
a.,ito;
pint at London, Xenui, Dayton, Middletown and Uaml
ton, arrlvicg at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m. Dayton at 5:45
a. m., Indlanopolli at. 10,:4fl a.m.; St. Louliat 1:50
SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at S:10 a. m., (topping at all St
linn i between uoiumnna ana Vlnomnati and Dayton,- ar
riving at Cincinnati u:in a. m., Dayton at 0: 13 a. m
tndiaoopolUaf S; p. m.
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT EXPBE88,at 8:30 p. m,, stopping at Alton,
JeSenon, London, Charleeton, Oedarville, Xenia.
Spring valley, uorwin, alorrow. Dee meld, Jfoiter1,
Loveland, alilirord and Plainvllle, arriving at Clnoin.
satl at 7:20 p. m.; Bt. Louie at IS m; Dayton at 5:35 p.
., AnQyiauopoiii at Au.jo p. m
aHeepinsr Care all Night Trains ta
uincinnati ana inaianapoiis.
UAOGAOE CHECKED TIIKOTJOII.
for further Icformatlon and Through Ticket, apply to
M. Ii. UUUKtlZX, .
Ticket Agent, TJnloa Depot, Columbu, Ohio.
X. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
. JNO. W.D0UBBTY.
Jul3 Agent, Columbus,
'
'
'
Just Beoelvedl
1 aa HF. CII CHEEK and BLACK
AW XliAS lOO bags prim Rio Oonee. -
1 no pocket old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
IS bag Oeylbn Coffee.
900 bbli. luodard Whit Sugar, sonilitlng of Pow
dred, Chruihed, Oranulated A and B OolTea.
SO quintal George Bank Oodflib.
80 bbli. lleia and Noi 1 ilickerel. ,- -5
tea. Pick Bsunon. . " " '
100 b. Layer Ealiins. .. ,, , ,
AO hf. box do do . . .'
lOOqr.boi do da ' -t;
100 M Cigar, different brand and grade. - -" , ',"
dov-j? wm. Mcdonald.
M. C. LILLEY
33XJM J IlJbt
And BlankfBook ManuAanturer, v.'
VOBTH BIQH RBZXT, C0LUKBU8, OHIO
aurll-dly .
Red, White, and Bine
DELAINES,
CALICOES,
iiiuuuns,
SILKI,
NECK 1IES.
Juit opened by
aprSO
i'lY BAINfcBOIf.'i
No. SO South High street. '
A NEW UOOP SEIBT, v
No. 89, BouiH man stbkxt.
Have Juit received a new aak of HOOP BKIETS
flnUhed in a manner far superior to any yet Introduced
tot ' ' :r I ' 1
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS. ;
bsbw. - j . -,,(1,1. .. ii!
FARIIIiY rLOCU.
yHITK WHEAT BRANDED
"SlfO-V7FLAKE. ?
Prom "BarMtt Mill," Bprlngfltu, 0.-th belt brand of
iour dtowiibi w u Bariet. Bati.faotlon guaranteed,
for el only at WAt. MoDONaLD'S,
novS7 . , log South Hishitr!.'
Irish Linen Goods.
WAKBARTED FARRIO
Linen Bhlrt Bosoms - Plain and fane
Bhlrtln and Bosom Linen.
Limn BbMtlng and Pillow Oaitng. -Linen
Oamhrlca and Long Lawns. .. .
! '. Linen Pockel-bandkrf,alliliea.
.... , . , Linen Towellings and DlaperB
Linen Hapklna and D'Oyllea.
Linen Table 0 loth and Batlo DaauakS.-' ' "
Linen Towela with colored border. ,
Lines Stair Oovtrlngiaal Orah.
. , oraalat lowprioei. .
' BAIW 80S, .
htili Ho. 88 South High itreel.
BONNETS, BIBBONS TABS. AND
AUOlUSr aw ltlw, J ut pnd by .
. . . BAIN A BON,
aprlll BT. W South High street.
SaBaWBBBBBBBBBBBBaBBBBBB
ALEXANDBES) KID GLOVES. ' , ;
All da and (olonluit opened at BAIH8,
0W.11. HcWaouthHlihltrHt,'
to
?
;..
Baal
,-eoun
L
p
.
now
'
RonwSi)Tcra
The LateitTho LargeitThe Beit,
xne cneapest JBeonuo tna Best,
true Moat, Uellab! fttandard. An
thorlty a)f (be nflitta tiavnsjiiaffe.fj
' ' ' 8Ut Bundrtd XminttU Mvcatort of Ohio,
"IH1 BE8T 1NQLI8E DICTION ART IITANT."
JMtrary Mm Kmryvihtr.
tin... - --..--t - it m. yjT. - i
uviw .wMpn.iuav. m uuaum luuwrai nuiu.,
wtioM mnltlfarion BManlnta asd derivation. toMther
. wiB,u luvuiuMiauun n siouiy
Mt before the na," . i . ,
Cincinnati Otmmtretal,
Btad th DtoUUm Of thi Mtmbtrt of th Ohio Stal
T'.a.IW. . I ...
f MMffUNVRi
Th udenlncd. member of th Ohio State Tush!'
iMoclatlon, adopt and aim to ne In teaching, writing
and
BDeaains. tne ortnoffrnnliv and nrann nm.tinn
Woroeiter' Boval Qoarto Dictionary.
.: . . .' :
and w moit cor.
dbklly recommend It a tha moit reliable itudird an.
thorlty of th InglUh language, M It la now written and
pvacn.
Loam Akdriwi. Preildent Senvon Oolleie.
M. D. Ltoorrr. Snoarlntendenl Kanearlllfl flehnali.
;. hvit, Bap't uaul ion union Bchooli.
M. t. Oowdt. Bap't Public School, Sanduaky.
Job Ltkcb. Sun't Publls School!. Olrcleviil.
8. N. BAKfoao. Prlnclnal Cleveland Tamil Bernini.
WBT. MlTCBBX. Bnn't Pnhlls Rrbnnl,. Mt. TTnlnn.
JOHJt Oanu. Prlnclnll Ht.lM Vnrmil flahnAl. Minn..
UtlDI Vliai. Vrliwlntl WftMvth Tnt.FtnUt. jtiAAt.
VIUGIDDIU. '
M. s. Mikti, Bnp't Canton Union School. -
Idwi! haan. Prlneiml KcNeelv BTonml Rchnnl.
lU T. TlFTAM. Prof. Mllhenutlc. Ohio TTnlvnll.
Wh, W. Kdwaim. Snn't Tro Union Behoal.
A. 0. HonUK. Prlnalnal Wait Blih BchooL Cleve
land.
8. A. NotTOH. Auoclat Prlnclnal Hlch School. Olevo
land
Ihiobori BTMOnta, Principal High School, Olave
land.
E. P. Htm irrott. Prlnclnal Cleveland Tnilltnt..
J. A. OAkruLo, Preildent of X lectio Initttnt. Dl-
ram.
W. L. BASkia. Prof, of Ohcmlitr. Ohio WnUna
Unlvenlty.
B, H. Baikr, Ez-CmmUalonerof Common Bchooli,
viuu.
J ami MomtOB, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln Oolleg.
Tnoe. Hill, Preildent AnUooh College. .
O. W. H. OATHOAIT. Prnf. U.thnnitlM. niirh
bduuoi, Aayion.
S. O. OkDMkAOan. Pmf. T.In.nIM. TTIvK flnhnAl
at. ton.
B. M. ButBtm.Bup't Union School. Aihlacd.
for4 than Bias Hundred oth PrttidenU qf OolU.
. rlli
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MAurT,A00LLIoi-'It la trnlv. minlnt work.
an honor to the author, the nnhiiAherTind h. -h7.
ountry. "-Preildent Andrew.
Omo WiwLivAwUirrrtnrTT .It excreds my expecta-
tlona. It Will be mr KUlde In orthoffnnh indnrnnnn.
elation, and will often ba conlt.d b, fo, Iw neit
and accurate definition." Preildent Thompion.
W. B. KoLtOTioCoLLi..-''ner.tnfoiw. b..
Wahater'i orthography. At a recent meeting of our I
it wa decided to change it to eonform to that
Worceiier JLovaI OumrtD D fit nnMrv Prlr1nt I
vtirusjiu
WMTntf Runvi OotXKoi. "I find It vorth tit
OBIKLIR OoLLtfll. 'It mom than
uona. I recommend It aa the itandird inihnrit. i.
uruiucpy to mj cnngrea ana my pupiia." Preildent
AKT.pcHOoii..'Idopt.n4un.to .Hto teach-
Ing.wrltlngand .peaking, the orthography and pronun.
elation ot Worceiter's Moyal Quarto Dictionary."
Pmm.m, ti i i i
Preildent Bill.
"la all my wrltln. maaklncr.uid teihlnv. T h.m
dearored to conform to the rule for orthography and
pronunciation a contained In Worceiter'i Dictionary,"
KurroM Oollm. Oamh. 'I moit cordllllv rrmm.
mond It th mt tellable standard authority of the I
Sngllih Unguage a Its la now written and spoken."
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Ben. Anton Smyth, Commissioner of Common
puvmt in umo.
"Th Dictionary I an Imnerlihabla monnment In the
learning ana mauttrvof 111 autnor. ana an honor Is the
world of letter. - Th ateohanleal eaeeution 1 far m pa
rlor U that of an other Lexicon with which I im aa.
qoaintaa."
Irom Bon. JT. B: Barney. Ha-Commissioner ot
www, iw. vmu.
"Tb most reliable standard authority of the laa-
WHAT TH1
Ijeading Newepapera of Ohio Bay.
. Irom th Cleveland Btrali of March S8.
The orthography of th Woroeiter Dictionary Is that
aied by moat, if not all. author ol dlitlootlon In thii
country and England, and conforms to the general usage
gi orum.ry writer anu ipeaaera.
Whatever 'prejudice may have rattled previously, a
careful itudy of thli volnme will Invarlab'v be followed
by a warm appreciation of It great merit, and a deilre
to aaa it to tne wen eietd library, bt it large or (mall,
AiisauDraiT lmueii, ana win remain an imperii na
on noora or ue learning or iia compiler.
from th Cincinnati Commercial of April SO.
Here are upward f a hundred thousand word frond.
bad and indifferent who multifarious maaninm and
derivation, together with their correot ipelllng and pro
nunciation, ara let dearly before th y. Tb work I
nnquMtionabiy th greeted Theaaums of Xngliih Words
ever puomaoQ. -
from th Cleveland PlaUidtaler of Sept'. SO, 1660.
Evidently Woacame's Botal Qhaito DnnoiuaT it
not onto tA last. -M IA larr tcort of Us bind hw it.
tMd.andoaa by xo pondilUty (uffer by oompuiwn or
oonuoveny.
HA, Irom thtlbUdoBladtqf MayS.
A te raoKoiroiATioN. Woaonrn n th Rtidib
followed by our beit anthon; In deflnttlona he leavea
nothing to be deilred, and In OaTHOoRArav It la lufflclent
taytn at rvoaenraaoan b aalejy followed.
rlINOHAW BBAGOi
Pnbllskers, Bookseller dc Stationers,
SO. 191 BUPKBIOB BT., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
matO
THE . MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
, Nowarlt, Nm j-m
Dlrldena Januarr 1,180 1, 48 Per Cent.
A8B1IS' ....UJBJSJSS6 SO.
Statement Jannarr 1, t$ett
Balance, per statement Jan. lit 1SC0 BJ.n ssi na
log the year 10. 8763,053 55
Beceived for Intireit during
the year 1660 814,014 19
Total teealDta for lffifl...vmn7 it
Paid Claim by Deta,807,OSO 00
Paid Policies lurrin-
dired 41,111 St
Paid Babrles, Poit- -
ag. Taxes, XX- . -
ensure, eta....... 31.630 54 .
Paid Oommiialons to
Annts.'... S1.S 30
PaldPhyilabuu'fMS. S.IMe 75
Paid Annuities...... 1,517 00
Paid Dividend dar
ln( the yesr .....160,500 73 5G3,0tl ti3
411,878 14
St Balance Jaamary 1st. 1801
':.--:.' A881I8.--:v:.:': .
83,818,458 90
Cash on hand B6.6284 18
Bond and Uortgag on Beal
simm, worm aouDi to
amount lososd. I.SJ7.B4I BS
Premium. Ketea, on Polktlei . . .
in tore, only arawingo pec . .
cent. Intereet...... 1.8T9.PM IT
Eita ......, 90 893 87
Loanionbcrip.i........ ..... .f,93l44
Pnmlomi, Notes and Cash, In -
t jtraaamlMlon. ... . 430 75
' lotai: Assets.
81,818,8m SO
TBT8 PdUoIm m fore, Insuring.. .... 6,486,688
J,t new Poltd have been luued during the year.
After a earaful calculation of the present vsla of th
oatitsodlng Pollcleiof th Company, and having the
noteary amount In re ism tbsrsfor, th Directors
Bv) declared a Divarmof 49 psroent. on the Prsml-ST-.S1!
to toble r"M' 10 PolW for Uf In force,
i!Lt? . U0,pavabl,,oordun to the
2 '"'of th Company,
aas touL!S.l.MtoalA tlto 0"ln"l Prospwit
wiTBooT oauxob, at a Com or Agencies of th Com
' ' ..i c BOBT. K.flniiAe h ,j . -
BBW. 0. MILL BR,' USSR "UU
.V)m,. , ; He . ftrtm ' ' :'
JdawbBS, 1861.
Jaamaoii ainnk.
Columbia.
Bli E A O n B D' "SBEBTINOS ' ariwi
offr4 la rttt vartoty asd at vsry lowTriW
.un 1 '' ' BAIN a BOM, '
-
or
of
I
1
I
I
I
and
Is
by
,
II
'I10 not on'y contain little, if any, Sarsapa
Paenlty, rilla, but often no Curative pronertlea whatnv.
AyersSirsaQarill
n
a
A compound remedy, designed to bo the most
euecrasi Aueranvt tnst can be made. It a
concentrated extract of Fara SanaDarilla,
so combined with other aubstances of still
greater alterative power as to afford an effec.
tire antidote for the diseases Barsaparilla 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
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow-
I citizens. HOW commetolv this cnmnmind w ill
, , . r 1
I 00 It has been proven DV exrjenment on mnnv
I ui lilt WOT8I cases 10 DP lOUna 01 tBO 101I0WID2
I . . .
.ScllOFUIA AND ScROPutODS COMPLAINTS,
JSRUPTioifs and EaurnvB Diseases, Ulceus,
I J'lVPr.V. KT.rtTPUva Itritmia Ritii l7,n.,.r
I ' J, .vnuuv, MAI. 4.W1BUM,
I DCALD HBAD. StPHILIS AND SYPHILITIC Ar-
PS0TION8, MERCURIAL DISEASE, DltOPST, Neu-
I '1'. n t
mwia uit xiu jjuuluuiieux. ijkhii.ttv. live.
PEP8IA AND INDIOESTION, EltYSIPELAS, RoSB
on St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whnl
class of complaints arisingrnm IupuKiTt or
TUB ilLOOD.
This compound will nt-ziund a tweat pro-
motor of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
Bores, inrouun willcn the avstem will arriva fn
na iweu ot corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural ehnnnole nt tha hnA
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
Vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
uu.ouug tiuuugu me kui in punpies, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when von find it i nk.
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will toll
you when. Even where no particular disorder
u ieic, pcopie enjoy Detter health, and livs
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and nil la wnll Titif with
j r w J whv niu MAASf
paouium or Iiio disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must BO Wronir. and thn orrnir. mnn'rn'n.rv tJ
lie. 4. X: j ' r " "
uu a. uuviutjiKu or overuirown.
Sarsaparilla has. and deserves Binch. tha
I reputation of accomnlishlnor thaw
the world lias been egregiously deceived br
P"ParaUon. of it, partly because.tho drui
aione nas not ait tne virtue that is claimed
or . ' motH Decaus9 mn7 preparaUons,
"c"'.m. ..u0 nirea extracts 01 It,
contain Dut iitue ot tne virtue of SarsaDarilk.
or any thing else.
During late years tlie puhlio have been mis-
Inrl hvlnfn.. VintflAa .M.ntnM A :
7Tijrir.J
"A"""u' ""V lorwiououar. wost
.f 1,1630 wen upon the sick, for
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood tho market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
tfi . tannnl w nnti n AmA. K. t
aam?'ti" u'mJTJTJZ
""""""""f oi ooioquy wmcn resU
uPon And we tlunk wo have CTOUnd for
l. ,.i : ." 1 . 1 ' . , H . ...
uuimviuj; H jiuj virtues wnicu aro irresistible
oy tne orainary run or the diseases iti intend.
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
UlU DOtUO.
rnEFAKED BT
DH. JT. C. AYE It tV CO.
LOWELL. MARS.
Price, fl per Bottle IU Bottles for $5,
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
nas won for itself such a renown for the ear of
everv variety or Throat and l.nnir nmn .(n. h
ii- .-.f " -r
'a m""'Z unneceaaaxy wr tie to recount the
cTiucnv? ui ii vinues, wucrover it nas Decn em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, wa need not do more than
assure th rjeonle it aualitv ii kent tin (n th. has.
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
uu iwi uu iousi au it nas ever oeen louna to do,
Ayer's . Cathartic Pills,
TOB THE COT1E OF
Cortwmesi, Jaundict. Dummsia. Indiaestion.
Vtjtmttry, Foul Stomach, Enjtipelas, Headache,
Piles, Jilieumatimu Enmtiotu and Skin 7)iimm.
Liver Complaint, Dropstj, Tetter, Tumort and
bait Jtieunu Worms, Gout. Neumlaia. as a
Dinner Ptll, am for Purifying the Blood.
They are ttignr-coatcd, so that tho most sensi
tive can tako them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all tho purposes of a
ailiuy piirHio.
Price 28 oents per Sox; Tiva boxes for $1.00,
Greatnumbers of Clergymen, Physicians, Statos-
men, and eminent personage, have lent their
name to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our spaco here wiH. not permit the
umcriiuii 01 mem. in Acenu nciotr named fur.
nish gratis our American1 Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
compiauus, ana ine treatment that tlrould bo fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not b Put off bv linnrlnrinl.il danlm-i with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ater's. and take no other. Tha ck
wont the best aid there is for them, and they should
All oar remedies are for salt by
ROBERTS at BAMTTKT.. flnlnmhn.
ua oy vragguuana Dealer everywhere
I,V!V.lfq,fcWKW
QASIDUB ft UBTTED STATES HAIL
; STEAMERS
: TO AND FHOIV .
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and . . i
Th Montreal Ocean Bteamahlp Company'! flnt-elm
ill-powered Olyde-bullt Bteamer sail everv Hata
err Sat.
nrdar from PORTLAND, oarrrlnrtha Canadian and
United States Mall and passengers.
HORWBOIAW, . NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHBM;AN. . ANOLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN, i
CANADIAN, . , N0VA80OIIAN,
Sbortestr Cheapest an QmlckcatOon
vejaac irena
ahirica to au mn or xroop.
Katesjot Ftwa& to Europe.
930, sea, 8ao.
Wilt sail from LIVERPOOL ever Wednesday,
from QUIBHO every Satnrda , ealllng at
LONDONDERRY, to receive en board and laud Mails and
Passenger, to and frost Inland and Scotland.
irTTheao Btsamer ar built of Iron, in water-Hrht
eompsrtmint, tarry each an expsnencsd Burgeon, and
svsry atuntioa te paid to to com'ort and accommoda
or ptnengtr. A they proceed direct to LONDON
DBRT, the great risk ind delay of oalllng at St. John's
avoided. ...
G Ui row psarsnreri ar furnlihed with ran eiium
ticket to and from Londonderry.
Ate'urn nck granted at raduoed rates.
Certificate luued far earning to and brlnrint out nas.
anger from all th principal town of Oraat Britain and
Ireland, at redoosd ratea. by this line of teaman, and
th WASHINGTON LINE Of BAHiINS PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
Blg - nt Drafts lot x and vn wards pay.
aoie in sna;iana, areitina, Boat.
lana r wales.
lor naasu. anolv at th Offle. 99 Rttnavi.
WAY, New lark, and 19 WATEU ST.,
Eilverpoalu t,;, ., , ...K... .-i . ,
ABXL 8s KEABXX, etnarti iginU,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONC.
nolO-lydfcw " ' Post Offlos, Oolambus, Ohio.
BENBT KtEntiEB '
(Late of Phalon's EiUbllihmsnt, N. I.,) Proprietor
th New xorx runionaoie Bhavtng, Hair Cutting
Bhaapoonlng, Curling and Dressing Saloon, But Slat
Street, over th Poet Offlos, when satisfaction will
b riven in all th various branches. . Ladles and
Children's Bate D resting dona In the best strl.
Jyi-dlv " , . . .
SPR1NO CLOAKS AND BASQINES I
NEW STTIJCS-BalN V) San. N. South
High MrMt, have Just spened uwitylss of Clot Onv
onuaa. Bourai and taons, suds in th n sweat and
most styibn mDv. aiso B)aper Plaint
lac at Milka. vary heavy, dealned axnrssal for
BlaBtlUas sad Bjattlnss. aprUt
a
I
and
not
at
will
to
may
cep
firm
ed
The
Call
AW
NiaXfV,
BEJAIJa'lJLi'Uti, .
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER
OTJIl CPBINO STOCK 19 CNCSUAL
y larre and well aawrted. The very latest mtini
ironjAMuauiuai-, anuiiiBU ana uiu xaatorut.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS
SrDELIGHT
and; ,
FIRE BOARD PAPERS.
Gold and Painted Shades,
GOLD '
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WISDOW HXTUBES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTDRE3
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
lOO Soutla ETisHSt.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords and persons wishing Quantities of
Paper will mak money by buying of as. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to call
and see ui. faprll 1 dSmeodl B. A A.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMItV CROCElstESw
No. 106 South Hitrh Street
Wm. SIcDOMLD,
i
DEALER IN
TEA. 8,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES
IN ALL HEIR VARIETIES.
ally rrlral f Oaeds
For
e Fall and Winter Trade
Of .1860-61
Hj-HETCKNINO sincebe thanks
TO TH E PUBLIC for put favor and patron
age, and being DETERMINED to JflEBIT
continuance of sam by strict attention te
trade, and prompt delivery of Goods,
would call th notice of the public to th fact that
having .a Large and wall Selected Stock on
hand, and being In daily receipt of good from the differ
ent market, I flatter myself that I can offer to th ctO-
sens of Columbus, or to any who may dulr to purebue,
an assortment f artlcl appertaining to tb GROCER!
trade, TJNEQCALED by anyhon la th city.
Th price and quality of the goods offered, I (oar.
ante to e;tve satisfaction.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
nov87. wm. Mcdonald.
WlUiom J G-lll
COLTJiriBVSi OHIO,
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
And Seed Store,
DEALER IN
GENERAL HARDWARE,
NAIXb, QLASB, BASH, PUTTY, 00RDA0B,
Guns, Pistols, Wood Willow Ware
athtraad Bibber Belting, I so Leather, Hon and
kuc eoi-aiy
NEW ARRIVALS
OB1
Spring & Summer Millinery.
The Stools :Replenlerial
DATTiY
FBOia LATEST IHtPOBTATIONS Of
NEW YORK.
mi stock oi .
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is now complete, oomp rising every variety ot Minis
try; aln, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
Notions, Ac., and ta quantitiw and prios that osaj
rail to suit all who nay favor us with a call. Th
goods hav bra bought at Panic pries, and will b told
a small advance on cost.
MILLINEET
Miss M. E, YOUNG, late of New York City,
superintend th Millinery Department. ' Her loag
experience" tn tb most Taahlonabl litabllthminl tn
Broadway will alon be a warranty that ah will be able
glv ntlr eatlifacttoa la suattin of taste te all who
favor br with thilr orden.
Th Ladles ot Columbus and vicinity will pies a
t my line re thanks for their liberal patron age, and
would resptotfully lollclt a ccntlnuanc of th asm.
: R H. WARE,
68 Eaat Town St., Columbna, O. '
aprll-d3m-od ,
Dissolution.
THE CO-PABTNERSHIP IIEBETO
for txlitlng between the undersigned, under the
name of ARaTeTRONG A TU0MPBON. wa dissolv
by mutual eossent oa the Brit day of April, 1881.
buatoaa of tb late firm will be eettled by B, B.
Aaarraoite, wh continue! th bnilo at th old itand.
.... AHBSUTitONu.
BoaylS-dlw. 8. THOMPSON.
TT7A N T E D. A GENTS
TO lELL
VV package of 8TATI0NBBT and
JBWBLRI. at
prion eae-tnlrd len than eaa be purchased elsewhere
oa or addren (atamp anoloMd) J. L. BAILEY, Me
itueartst.Bosiea, saan. awvnssiain.
Is
r"-
of
at
the
all
at
th.
and
bs
lets
of
oaa
" 'rmTmnssimmi
l)t (DIjiiT tatt$mciVL
TIBXI.
Dally, par year..
i Tri weekly, per rear,
ffB DO
00
WMkiy, par rest
100
RAILROADS. Official Report of the Attack on
Aquia Creek.
Capt. W. F. Lynch, late of tbe U. S. navy,
and now a captain In the Virginia navv. anm
mantled tbe Confederate forces daring the late
hsvs oi me government vessels on tbe battery
at Aqola Creek. From his official report, dated
vuw u me,., we copy a ionows: , , ,
On Friday, at 10:30 P. M., two out of three
steamers aoreast ot tbe battery opened lire on
on ot, and continued the cannonade, tnr th,A
ours, woeo tbey withdrew. Tbe largest steam
er verymuon resemDiea tneurusader. As they
kept at lone shot, mostly betond onr ranire. I
economised ammunition, and only fired flitv-
ia. uua. uoe oi um steamers naa a rilled
gun, tbe shell from wbloh penetrated through
tbe sand bank, and one of them exoloded In and
oompletelr demolished the room ooooDied bv
tne officers and myself. Up in our part no one
wu iniureo: out lookers-on irom tbe bills and
opposite shore out that ths enemy was re
peetedly struck.
Yesterday, the ataamera whleh had UM nit
auring tbe night were reinforoed by the Paw
nee, and at 11:30 A. M. they commenced a
brlak cannonade, which contiooed with little in.
terruntlon until about 4:30 P. M.. darlnv whln'i,
the Pawnee Bred 393 ahol and shell, and the
otner steamer mi, tbe greater portion of tha
latter being rifled shells.
uur sand-banks not belus- on barbette, wa
could only fire as tbe enemy ctme within raage
turuugu ine emorasures. i nis, aoaea to tbe
long distance at which be kent. and tbe neoea
sity of oooaeionally receiving damages to tbe
breaitwork, combined with my desire to save
ammunition, constrained mo to withhold fire,
exoept when something like a fair shot present
ed. Tbe houses in tbe rear were verv much
knocked about, and the railroad track torn np
In three or four places, but tbaoks to a kind
Providence, who teems to smile benln nlv on onr
eause, no one with us wu injured.
as toe enemy naa on rriday made tbe build
logs at tbe extremity of tbe wharf his line of
sight upon the battery, I bad all the furniture,
eto., together with the weather boarding, oon
veyed to the rear of tbe battery, and in tbe
course1 of tbe forenoon set fire to and blew up
tbe platform and outer end of the bridge.
I bave spoken of Commander Thorburn'a
seal In the first engagement, and cannot too
highly applaud tbe spirit and alaority, temoered
by deference to orders, of Commander Cooke
and Lieutenant Troble. With the exception of
Gunner ' Mate Cunnlogham and Mister's Mate
Larmour, whose services were of inestimable
value, our guns' crews consisted only of volun
teer militia, who stood their gronod bravely.
We bad yesterday, In acditioa to onr cum. a
small rifled one from Captain Walker's battery,
nnder the Immediate command of Lieut Rob
ertson, of Tennessee, wbloh rendered efficient
service.
In connection with the transoortallon of the
Columbiads to the summit of a lofty bill, I can
not speak in too highly commendable terms of
tbe seal and untiring energy of Lieut. Cbas. C-
Bimms.
OFFICIAL ACCOUNT THE EVACUATION OF HARPER'S
FERRY.
The following dispatch hag been received at
the War Department at Washington:
POINT OF ROCKS, June 15.
To Hon. Simon Cameron: We landed on th.
Virginia side of the Ferry at 3 o'clock P. M.
We were the first Union men that orossed. We
wen pawed owe Into the towm, vhioh wee new
ly desolate. Ibere was not m solitary soldier
visible. A few of. the poorer classes were on
tbe street. Tbe best houses were oImhI. Th.
John Brown engine. house and magasine and
armory nuiiaing we nave reported saved..
Three oars o? train and eoff-. fne Winnt,.
r, for the enelnes to haul, were emptied TinTo
tha river on Friday and slm . w r
Tbye.rVw.F
ter." rive tracks loaaea witb machinery and
pipes, stand In front of the hotel, marked.
"Richmond." Near the armors lift, flint inoi
muskets were thrown into th. rW n... h.
arafiahinrth.mont. Atth. .., .a. ;iZ
the rear of the town there wa. an'thln.. We rl
anv valna. The town and a..r,nnHU,",nn,..
presents th. most desolate appearance ever
m.. ,k..:-t i. - .t. .
says thln the Mississippi and Alabama top.
about fifty were down witb measles.
The troops w.r. ordered to leave twentv-fonr
hnnrs k.v. th.. a, .. t T.u
Td ii ";a.;;rT.7adr,;rr:
ing to take Winchester and fortify It, and wt
tnem off. Hut thrv wanld nnr e?n th. a.H k.
relnforrml frnm Rir-hmnnd. w2 f-.
buildings burned In April, fifteen to twenty.
two thousand mn.ket barrels, gathered In plies,
Tk. .1, ir ' .j
fancy, and tb. means of the town where they
earha from. No eld. arras .are sllft.t I ikl
camp, exceptios: for oommlMloned officer..-
The Kentucky and Mississippi troop, '.aid they
cam. to fighV and were eaer to bo on and Uke
Waahlnrton on their own .Mnnnt -
We secured. lot of bayonets and pieces of
muskets as mementoes. .
Left at 5 o'clock. The inhabitants are relnla
Ing over th. .vacation. A piece of the Vir
ginia flag, placed there in April, remains on the
top of the pole. The rope Is broksn, and there
no flag of any kind in the towa.
W. saw a young man comedown oa th. train
that left th. R.lay Hons, at nine, with a sword
and two trunks, by tb. weight of which we con
eluded they were no doubt percussion cans.
He said at the Ferry h. was golog to Richmond,
a . - - , . , , 'I
mor..n idiSST il! JZy'lfl ""r
more men, adopted bv the county. At Point of
pi, rv,. - a .,,:
vvm .lA.J-lwur VATIUI Win ITDOrWU Bull I
across the fo torn ao. I
Th....Af tha main knl. nft. . 1.
"
C-
ed
-i,h
A. H. PAINTER.
Government Financial Policy.
k . ,
Tha bHt method Of raitlnS th. Was and
msan. for carrying on tbe Goveromsnt, and pro
vidlng for th. extraordinary expenses pressing
upon the Treasury, is probably th. most im-
lvirt,nttAnlA lAWAMnniln. lk..,lM,l-. -I .L.
" r"- - "f7-"B ."...muuvu vi uie
Administration. The estimates Of the wants
th. Government during tbe current calendar
year, range from two hundred to three hundred
and sixty-flv. million dollars. If w. tak. th.
sum of two hundred and fifty millions as the
basis of calculation, w. shall doubtless come
within tb. tree total. Th. receipts for onatoma
all tbeporu of th. United States daring ths
rZZri.'rS! n"'DBUD" f.viu 10W were oj,- ithat
87i while for the fisoal year eloslne with rone
present month, the total will not be far
from 140,000,000-laavLog a large defloil to
oover last year's expenses. Th. receipts from
other sources will add but little to tbis
amount, so that lb. Gov.rnm.aut is called npoa
once to supply a defioleaoy of over two bun-
dred million dollars. . . -..
Ths question of first Importance is. therefor.,
how Is this very large sum of money to be pro-
viueui i tne moss natural mevnou 01 increasing 1
revenue, is by modification of the tariff,
tbis will undoubtedly reosiv. the Immediate tbe
attention of Congress at tb. approaching see
Th. Morrill Tariff (It It now 'asserted) fled
not to b. repealed, but to be chanced from a
protective to a revenue standard. There will
a oorfliot on this point, but th. protection-
will b. obliged to elve wav before th want
the Treasury, although a few exceptions
be made, we learn, In favor of oertain pet
IwiaIUI.. Thl. ek.n.A 111 mA.. ak. ...,AT
- a mi wriu I
npoa maty manafaotured I goods, ta order to In-
due. their Importation. But in th. present eon.
ditto, of trad., only a small Increase of r.venu.
b. expected from that aonrce. .0 that the
great relUne. will be plaoed In a heavy tax upon
articles at . DBceaaiiy, me more important ef
hlch ark nOW admitted tree. A dut of flf-
teen esno) per poand upon tea, four oents apoa joar
coffee, to and a ball cent, upon sogari and fear
eight to Ma oents per gallon npoa molasses, I
put of to. favorite polloy. Tbis would
If
.1
tuw
In
as
aid
At
but
that
moat
trie,
tb.
her
soma
W.
hav.
and
.k.l
auwir
tb.
side.
to
tae
log
them
add abont twenty five millions dollars to the
current yearly revenue, end if trade revives aa
expeoted, would, probably, bring tbe reoeipta
iA , treasury ep to' tn orflinary expenses
of toe Government, .poinding the Interest oo
the piablic debt. The total outlay for the war
during'tbe year, amtnating, say to two hundred
minions, win nave to De provided from extraor
dinary sources. There are various projects for
raising the means, and the Government ha
yet to choose between them, or strike out aom.
original pian for itself. ' Tbe friends of a Na.
uonal Bank Insist that now it a good time to
revive that institstion, tax all issues from local
banks or drive them out of circulation, and car
ry oo the war with Government paper money.
Others are in favor of direct taxation, to b.
arranged for through the machinery now in use
in the several States, and thns collected by tbe
uuu sum urines ana paia into toe United States
Treasury, as tbe taxes are now paid over to tbe
State. There are others who believe that tbe
whole amount needed could ba
the faith of tbe Government. .'
We should not be surprised If all tha varlnna
prinoinles embodied In thesa aarnr.l ,u.
should find illustration In the policy of tbe
Government, and be sanctioned by Congress.
i ww H.uuia iso uanurea minions per annum
as ths amount required from extraorrllnsr.
sources while lbs war lasts, we may saMy infer
iu pur, win oo raises oy tne issue Of treasury
notes without formality at the assistant
ries, to form a ourrenoy among the people; part
by successive loans upon Government stock ; nd
u H, lustaiu mo marxet vaiue oi mete issues,
resort will be bad, in case of need, to direot
taxation. Tbe last loan for the war of 1813 was
taken, if we mistake not. at 75 for a lx nr
oent. stock. If , tbe tariff was at once arranged
upon a revenue basis, the United States could
probably borrow a very large omount iu EoroDe
upon a seven per cent, stock at about 90, or, as
some think, at par, if the interest were made
payable in London or Havre at tbe option of the
lender. An act for a direot annual tax, if it
were cheerfully responded to br tha States.
would not only raise additional revenue, hut
would sire increased currency to the stock, and
aid in sustaining the value of the treasury notes,
u it would show that tbe people were in earnest
in support of the movement, and willing to bear
their share of tbs burdens it imposes.
Ic it unfortunate that the several States
which bave declared their readiness to support
tbe General Government with men and
should have resorted la all oases to loans, in
stead of direct taxation, in order to raise the
necessary lundt By competing in the open
market with their bonds, they bave Interfered
with the disposition or U. S. securities, and lost
tbe power which wonld bave been trained bv a
resort to the more legitimate metbedof a direct
requisition from the people.
We have thns Indicated the probable course
of the Government. 1st. A change in the
tariff to a revenue standard, so as to bring the
receipts for outtoms up to the amount required
for the payment of interest, and the ordinary
expenditures of Government. 3d. The borrow
ing of a large amount upon a Government 7
per cent, stock, whiob it is believed could be
placed either In this oountry or Europe. 3d.
The issue in free exobaoge for specie and to
publlo creditors, of Treasury notes, not receiv
able for public dues, but bearing a handsome
interest, and convertible into a Government 7
?er cent, stock at tbe option of the holder. 4th.
f necessary to sustain the foregoing issues, or
to lnerease further the resources of the Treasu
ry, a resort to direot taxation through the pres
Journal
of Commerce.
The Loss of the Steamship Canadian.
The Loss of the Steamship Canadian. ST. JOHNS, N. F., June 15.
Immediately after the collision, the Cana
dian's head turned shoreward with steam on ¬
to tnirty live minutes, when all honea of reach.
ing tbe shore with the ship were lost, the boats
were lowered ana sent sway full of people.
ooat numoer eignt upset, snd all In ber perish
ea. rive minutes after the lowering r th.
P0" il"P bow first, with
S.",?1"?: ot. V
unw uuwn " ,n" wer" o ooara except six,
0 whom afterward
A (l. lm. ,..t,t. .u
LA,U," J "me. be ship went down, there was a
"",0 P' n i " captain's boat was
D0.ot lwe" Iron tB" ? P " Bunk
a WM nwr7 iwnped. Mr. Davis, second
uuiu won oown wun tne snip also Mr. fan
100 mail cmcer, wno was endeavoring
L"7h, J '"ll'V"
areasfollowa: Ksv. Mr. Uloont. ladv and two
lJZL ero.J:raU,, !!!d
wJcknlw- Not low than twenty of tbe
g P"ger., six of he cabin, and ten
tne crew were lost. IDo cassenecrs suf-
considerably fro. sleeplni In the hold of
'ft, hen reT 7TU ZjhZgtT' are
7. .-o : win
for the paesengers on Wednesday.
Ko7otmZ .nd'T?. . k ""i
ul'fc f JaE? DZ " '
Ish Laptain, named Wvckman. who ereativ dl.
?.tw?: .'kf tk7'D8 halfJl0Ur
V?oxl t?.,h?. loklnr: Of the ship, went down
r ?nton lo,t . ife
?T . . ,i. , r11' ,r T' r
!d,??r WS h'm,.lf do."n fr"
uo !U1P "uo UD' 000k was on
Lf ' 'v!!'. r. TPh J?! WM
,u.oke1 d w"-,.uX?ttDg..BlnA.br.ld5e' ? 'haw:
icutuuva siiuiuiauiu, out uuaiea on ana
wa. picked up insensible. lie Is well now. All
th. passengers saved are now comfortably stow.
away here. Not an ouoo. of baggage was
saveu.' . .
of
would not cease till every Power in Eu
187,511 was Invelrad. What n.n .11 thi.
band of affiioiloa It heavy upon thia great
nation, which .prang from our loins and slori
sion. a bv Its slreosth. we would rather a.,ir.
We bave filet of London newspapers to the
5th of June. In an artiol. In th. Times oi
that data, tb. editor observes:
"Surely we hare som. reason to exnontnlat.
li ,k. a .I...,- .,
wswea vui aiueiuvu bvi vrosp uvj ATI. VI BU blU lUT QC
truculent to... they hav. assumed towards tbis
ut... i a u t
" r " m.w w uuuii aaww nave we
M,.h.k - .M nnH.l...l TI7 k ... A. 1
tA .nrf .a ai iitl.
' t' ucrw-
.l'a
a vollev was audd.nl dlsnhiro.H .1 .
tb. Louvr. Hotel la Paris, and now comes
compl.tes.lvo of shotted guns from all the
Nnstham . Press. Rnwl.nrl I. k. ..J
upon if she should but move a finger. Federal
Amerloa Is to oln with Franc, and destroy us
wa should hut nasi . ih.Hn. r . .1 1 r.
. . ., r, . . n . . "
siwn 01 ma oouta. ii ciugisnd persist
rerardina. tha nrlratsar. nt th. Sn.k ..
merely belligerents, it would t.em that in auoh
case the Nonh will be Inclined to consider this
manifesting an insane disposition to give
or comfort to tb. rebel States;" and fn such
they say they . are resolved not to
d.lfh.psta . .lno-u mnmnt k i u
against England tbe thunder bolts of a war
other times we should laugh outright at it,
onr friends era now in dlffinniti... . a.
another tlm. we ahould echo th observation
"It certainly is remarkable that the three
despotio European Po were, Prussia, Au.-
aad Russia, bav. ba.t.n.d to express their
avmnathv with our Internal troubles!" in mn.
mam of tr.nnniiitv wa ahonM'h.wa i.r,....,i
suggestion that "Russia has evidently re-
membered th. Am.rican aympathles shown to
durino- the Crimean Wan" hut i. -h.
wrenr than band word a of r,H,M.iiA.
would only Mk, what la onr offensel what
we done to deserve this fleroe invective?
a- it I. ouita .hnnrd in th. iu....
States to txpeot u to tak. part in -this quarrel
It Is rather a alga of Imbecility to aunnosa
ui
euuiuing ceu vaeui ue. vvnen, u .VST, tbey
proclaim the abolition of slavery throughout
Union, they will hav. our sentiment on their
.. Hut we hav. heard no whisper of this
hitherto. In other matters w. hsve more reason
regret our, separation from our customers of
oouta than Irom tb. Protectionists of Phil
adelshla. - But thww are hnth.and thaw e .11
friends, aad almost oar oouoUymeoj and
plala duty Is to do juttio. to both, by bold-
strictly to our neutral rights, and relaxing
(0 th. detriment of neither.
th
1
DE
w
lory
:
0
Spare the Lash.
hlS. ? wuel 'nd 'f?n"y Melets sot of
thlt.t.n,?u,0,hlpc,,?a- Tn DM oversale
"".,UPMnl P05 hear what ,
it i. "ywMonnMtia nowman eay.
it is good sense, and .wm r.. .k.-u .i.,
, .uuuiu turn..
"Tkonehtless fnti -.111 M- !!- lr
we nod it difficult to aorr,t t..ki, n1 ...
trying toteaoh our hired men better manners
han to pnl on the whip before giving an Invi
tation to tbe brute animals 'to on w. k
oxen that will go a soon as they are Invited. '
witnout toa Indorsement of the whip. Yes we '
fiod it a difficult matter to control tii whip. '
It is surely a savage praotioe to apply tbs Lib. .
before-lovitioir the . animals to more h. th.
proper words. - Yst we sea that thii i .....
oommoa praptlceof those who are not owners
of the cattle. When the common whip lash is
not thought to be bard enoegh for the backs
and noses of cattle, the wainnt h.nrtl.
inch in diameter, is used oa the noses of oxen,
to make them back a load np hill before the
cattle have ever been taught to back an empty
cart down bill. . r '
"Cattle must bo made to obev and th. Anna.
monksb.or a switch stick, will be sufficient
tor creaking in. Bat we ask for meroy on all
cattle that are wll Hog' to do right as soon aa
the right is pointed out. Many drivers of oxen
put the lasb on first before asking their patient
teams to move. This is a species of barbarism '
which all owners of cattle ought to prohibit. N
It is ao natural fer people whom we hire from
the interior, to ate force In the flrat iottance,
and gentleness afterward, if at all, that partic
ular care should be exerted In regard to the "
treatment of their cattle. Proper driving Is an
important Item in husbandry. So many farm
era now depend upon their hired help to do the -main
work, it is important for them to tee that
tbe work is properly done. Tbe merciful man '
is merciful to his beast."
INTO Vr READY.
THE REVIFED S1ATUTES
Of THS
9TATI3 OF OHIO
Jf AGBNERAL NATDBB, IN FORCE ACQ. 1, 1800
COLLATED BY
Hon. Joseph XL Swan,
witb wrsa or tbs dxcjsioxs of tbs sp-
PRBMK OOVRT,
(Contained In twenty-nine volumes of the Ohio and Ohio
State Beporti.)
AND RSFERBNCES TO PBIOB LAWS.
tJV LEANDElt J.CHITCHIFELD.ESq.
SND X TOLL N0 COHVENIENT INOFX.
In Two Royal 8vo. Vrlumes. Price 110 00.
No care or eznenie ha been spared to make the work
oerfeot and reliable In all respects.
It has now the Legislative sanction, having been ap
oroved by nearly the unanicoua vote of both Houses,
and wai ordered to b distributed to tha followln. HuIa
sod County officers:
Oovernor. Attorney General, Supreme Jndgei. Secre
tary, 0 imptroller. Treasurer and Auditor of State, and
to the Probate Courts, Court of Common Pleas, Super
ior and Polloe Oourti, Anditors, and tb Clerk of th
varioua Court In each munty, to the Member of the
Senate and Bsuaeof Representatives of 'hi State, and
the Governsr of th several State of th Union.
Thli book, eontalning, as it doe, allot the Statute
now In force, and the authoritative construction of tlism
and of the New Oonitltutl in, will be found to be especial
ly useful in the performance of their du:n.-i, to a.l
CO0NTT OFFICERS,
jcsTioca of the psaoa,
TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES,
CLBKK9 Of TUWN8HIPS, and
CITY OFF10KR3.
Inasmuch a very many chaos have been made'in the
Statute, since the publication of the latl edition, by re
peal, alteration and addiUons, aad many important ds
ciiione nave been given by the supreme Court on con
troverted point! all
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
-., , BANKERS. MERCHANTS '
AND BUalAKan MKN GENERALLY,
Will nna tnu an invaluable Work.
Tvo Royal 8ro. Tolumet of over nineteen Bwlred
Faatt,
In Strong law Binding. Price .10.00.
Publlihed by
ROBERT CLARIiE, & CO..
Law Publlihen, Bookiellers; Stationer and Importer.
, oo neit sourtn itreet,
febl8:d2m:i OlncinnaU 0.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and iUaerica.
NEW YORK, B03T0N AND GALWAY.
The followlnr new and maralflmnt ar.tw.1... .aji..
wheel Bteamabip compos the abor 11ns:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 tons burthen, Capt, J. Macbt
(Formerly of the Collin lint.)
HIBE BNI A, 4.400 ton burthen, Capt. N. Paowaa.
COLUMBIA, 4 4(0 " V It, LaiTCB.
ANGLIA. 4.400 KmioioB.
PAOIKIO. 2bU0 T a-. -
PRINCJS ALBERT. (Scrsw.)
. j,juo ... J. Walks.
On of th above hlD will leave N v.,i pn...
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, for Oslwar, car
rying th government mall, touching at Bt. John,
F.
Th Steamer of thl line have been constructed with
the greatest care, under the lupervtilon of the govern
ment, day. water-tight oompartmente, and are unexcel
led loroomfort, safety and ipeed by any ateamerc afloat.
Tbey ar commanded by able and .xn.risnn.4 .(Hmm
and every exertion will be mad to promote th comfort
passenger.
Anexprttncod Burgeon attached te each ship. -
KATES' OF PASSAGE.
First-elsis N. T. or Boston to Oil way or Liverpool 81(H)
Beoond-elas, " ,. s
Flm-olasa. " tndt Jnhn'.
Ihlrd-olaaa, " - to Oalway orLlreroool.
or any town m Irelard.es a Railway, - . - 30
Third-olauoaasennraar. lihenll. mnn'U i,k
vlalon of tb best quality, cooked and served by the ser
vant of th Company.
BETFJRN TICKETS.
Parties wtihln to tend forthslr friend, from ih. m
country oan obtain ticket! from any town on a railway, la
..,.uu, vi in. ui. principal ciue 01 England and boot
land, at very low rate.
Passsngere for New Tork. arrlvlnr bv th
Steamer, will be forwarded to New York free of eharge.
.v. yMOT.. vc tuxuivr wiorwaiioD, aptiiy to
" 1 Wa U. WIOKOAM,
At th Ofllot of th fjnnntnt. An th. rti.- r
Canal .treet, Nsw York. ' . "
HOWLAND A A8FINWALL, AgenU.
aprlllftoom. - - n
E. M. WIIIIAMS & CO.;
Front Street, Between State and Town.
THE OLD CAKKIAOE
tiUOB isiuil running, and although C
preasUreof late reara has sat br.vtlv t
UTon her rannlnr run. she la still tnrn -
g out loose ipieadid PHJiruNB, ROOK AWAYS, and
PRINOB AliBERT'd BHIFTING TOPS .nr) N.i.Tnu
BUGGIES, OARRIAOKS, KXPRKbB, SKELETON,
MOO RAT and GROCERY WAGONS, SMALL OMNI
BUSES and HACKS. Twenty year needy manufac
turing haa given oar work a wide-aptrad reputation
through the South and Wait.
e uererore deem It unnecessary to y anv thin mora
regard to the quality ef our work. We wsaBuiT
v ' VtHicu. We can aell anon Tn Rn..,.. i.
HotoSiUO. ; .
Dealera can be furnlihed with ui. u,nnm .w .,
hort Bstlc. and at price lower than oan bt bought any
whrre In th West. Henonii h.n.l u.,..u. i. .
- - " U m. V. ,
change for new work.
llJBepalring don. neatly and at ihort aotic. ' Fa
on Front, between Butte and Town atresia, Oolam
bus, Ohio.
iLrAll oommulostions will receive prompt attention,
ag. 31-wii U. M. WILLIAMS A CO
E. i M'COLLISTER,
Wnoleaale aad Atetall Dealer 1st ' -
TOBCO, SJOJFF & CIGARS
No. 23 FifUA Btroet.
i r
PIT S BUR OH, Pa. ,
Keen ' ualantly en hand all rjke va
, , 1, rim Bhanimsi
Imported. Oi25raxia.
Oct. Wrlyd . i ... ... , .. .,, .
BLACK STHAW BONNETS AND EIa.'
egant Blbbou, la great variety at BAIN'S,
H No. ID, HlxbatiweU
RBPEI.LANT OB TV ATEK.PItOOr
1 CLOAK CLOTHS. Alio, other make of Spring
loak Cloth,, In all dealrabl mixtures Blodlnrs, Tae
Mil and Bottom to match. BAIN A tO.i,
aprlla N. 90 South Bighstr.
1'

xml | txt