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VOL VII i. NO. 13.
NEW; SERIES.
cWllBlSToffibTsUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 23,
1861.
SIX DOLLASS Ml TUB,
V IaTrlblj la" Adraae
ljc )w3Mtmaxi
l A ILY. TRI-WEEILY AND WEEKLY
W1ANYPENNY & MILLER,
fUBLiSHJBS AHD PBOPBIXTOBI.
, fcT Offiot Dot. 86, 38 and 40, North High St
. , TKHM8 INYABIAI1LY IN ADVANCE.
Dally . . :-'' $8 00 per year
' " By tho Carrier, per week, 18 U cent.
I'rl-Weslflf . . . S 00 per jer.
Weekly, .... ... . 1 00 " .,
orm r Advertlalng- by the Square.
nt square I yeai...S20 00
On saner I weeki. .4 BO
One
On
iat
One
One
li mr,t.tbt 18 Oil
0 wonthj 15 00
3 months 10 00
I! months 8 00
1 month. 3 00
On
8 week.. 1 00
On
On
On
One.:
1 week... 1 75
3 dan... 1 00
Bdava... 75
1 insertion 90
Displayed adverllMraenta half mor than; the abort
rate. ; i . vr I ', .
Advertisements lesded and placed to the ooliunaof
npix.u.1 noucesr iutw in ordinary rat.
All notices rwulrec to be published by Uw, legal tat.
ii oruereu on tiieiuiiaeexoiuittveiy alter tne tjrst week
par cen;, more than the abov ratees but all luoh wll
appear In the Trl-YYeekly without ehara. u : .
BaelneitCanU, not exceeding flillnt( per Tear, ln
uo, tiw per line; ouisiu . t I) i
Noiloeeof ooeiiiigi.eharttablei oeletle,flr eompanle
sc., hair price. '..'a. v .
All Iraruttni advtrtUtmmt muat 6 paid or (
ihvuw, x ruio win ddi pe Tsnea irvn.. .
Weekly, lame price ai the Dull, wher the advartttai
tut the Wcukly alone. Wber Tie Dall and Weekli
are bothuwd, then the charge forth Wiekljr will bt
na i tuentuioi tno uany '.((..
Mo aTeCiomiit taken except for t deOalte period.
BUSINESS CARDS;
.t t. A. B. SIMEUIS.:
Attorney at liatir
-. AND WOTARY PUBLIC. .
. 1 - ......
Office Ambo Dutldlng, eppoilte Capitol Square.
... COLUMBUS, OHIO;
Machine Mannfacturing Company
STEM, ENGINES & BOIIERS,
Cottlngi, VUl-Geuln;, KaehloerT.
. " ?: " 'i '.r. :
x?Ln,llxoexc3. ;W;brte,
OI1A8. AM 1103, gop't
deell.lUH-tf
" P. AM BOB, XrtM.
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton A Indianapolis!
Through to Indlanaoolii withont Change of Can
and bat Oue Change of Can between '
' .. Columbus and St. Louis. '
THRES TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. .:,
FIRST TRAIN.
(Dally, Mondavi excepted. ;
NIGHT EXPHKS3, via Dayton, at 8:45 a. top
ping at London, Xenix, Dayton, Ulddletowa and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8;0 a. D. Paytoo at i ii
.ni.,IndlanopolUat 10:18 a.m. Int. Leuliat 11:50
P SECOND TRAIN. ,
" A000MM0DATION , at 6:10 a- a., Hopping at all Bta-
tloniutweuOolainbaiand Clnolnnatland Uayton, ar
UTlng at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m Cayton at 9:15 a. m.,
lndlanopollatx;SP-m.
THIRD TRAIN. " '
DAT EXPRESS, at 8 JO p. m., itepplo at 'Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oedarville, ' Xenix,
gprlng Valley, Corwln, Morrow, SeerflelA,. roster's.
Love land. MUlford and Plalnrllle, arrlrtnf at Cincin
nati at 7r2 p. m. Bt. Loula at 18 m; Carton at 5 35 p,
.; Indlaoopolls at 10:38 p.m. .
tlleeplnr Cara on all Night Tralna t9
Cincinnati and Inaianapallf
UAGGACE CIIECRCB TnKoipOffi,
for farther Information and Through Tlokat. apply to
. Id. I. DOHBRir, .
Ticket Agent, Union Pepot. Aoltunbn. Ohio.', ."
... H. f. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.' .
JNO. W.DOUBHTIf --'
jnl3 . Agent, Colombo,
1 . , ,i u
JOitBeeelTlV-n'.':';'1
I AA HP. CH 6IIEEN aud i BLACK
1UJ "f 100 bags prim Bis Con.
1 SO poekct old Dutch GoTernment Jara Ooffa.
75 bags Ceylon Ooffee.
80lbbls, standard White Bugars, ooasUtlng of row
dred, Obrnsbsd, Orannlated A and B Ooffe.
60 qnlnlale Otorge Bank Codflsh. ' .
SObbl. Met and No. IMaekenl. .'
A tc. Plea Bolmon. '.
100 bx. Layr Kaisln. "' '
60 hf. box do do .
100 qr. boa do d
100 U Cigar, different brand and trades.
D0TJ7 WU. HoDOitALD.
M. C. LILLEY
33JLW JLUX
And Slank-Book Urvnolantnror,
VORTB xOOB BTEEET, COtUBBUS, OHIO
sMrlM".-' ........... ji,..., . i i
Red, White and Blue
DELAINES, " '
I ' , i ; .
silks,
NECK HES.
Juit opened by '
eprSS . '"
... 'J : i ;
AIS at 80IT,
No. 89 South High street.4
''lli.89,S01JIH HIOB BTEtBT. I
Have last reoelved a new make of HOOP ShURTS
Snlthtd in a rnaoner (ar superior t any yet introduced
for
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS
mn xj. i , . . .
. . TABIIbViY- FlvOUftU . :
TyniXM WHEAT, BRANDED J
"SNowrLAKB,'.":
Prom "Barrett Mills," Springfield, 0. th best'brand of
Flour broaght to our market. Batlifaetloo guaranteed.
Foraaleonly at ' . WM. atoDONALD'S, i
novW v;,,; ioa BoaUt Blah street.
'".-'Irish1. Linen " QwOgL,
TTT A KB A tk T E D FABHIO ' ' " '
V V Linen BhUH Bueom Piin and Pency uf I
X Bhlrtlnfaad Bosom Linen. -.
vv . J Aiinou. Uheetlnge and Pillow OattAg.-
Linen Cambric and Long Lawn. ;
. v . ; tLujen Pocket -banda'ts, all else.
' ' ' Linen Toweillnp and Diaper
,; a-.'1 rl 'LlnsnKapkloeandD'Oyllee. -
Linen Table 0 lot tie and Satin Damask.; '
i Linen Towele srlth colored border.
. ,iana Suite CTrinan4Cral4S,c-' '
' ' n Forsaleat loapnoee.
i - m f' t? 't BIH Ik BON,
' fctJa No. W South Huibeueet.
B
OltNETIi HIBBOna TABS. AND
BUUUJtBllneTliJie,Jusiopenwoy ... .
l:'i , S.. ' - BAIN k SOW.
tprllS , . -? , Ho. SB Seoth Blghatewltv
Paltoh,. Mattings.
j eSe'sei,' tiUVWht'e) m Bod ana
1 wnitt
OhokrOpri quality, roriateny
aMS
ifo.W South High it.
i
WOROESTJER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Tho latest The largeitTlie ' Best,
Tho Cheapest Seososo the vest.
t'l'tie Moat UllaM Sitandard An
tborltf of tnt) Englleb Laugnago."
Six SundrtdZmiarni Educator! of OAto,
"IIIS BEST ENGLISH-DICTIONARY EXTANT."
' ' ' 2 Ziurary Urn EvtryviKtrt
Ha, ara nnwmrili nf Hundred Thonraod Word.
Who ooultlfarloos meanings and derlxatlons, torether
witn met eorrwt spelling, ano paonuoeiauou an i wjj
etbeora the .' ..i .
- OtncinntOmmimlal.
Btai th DicUton of the Mmbtrrt of t OMo Stat
. . IMMw'i lisoo itlen.
Th nnderaumed. mambera of the Ohio State Teacher'
Aseoclallon, adopt and aim to nee la teaching, writing
and speaking, th orthography ana pronunciation of
, woroastar' Hoval Vluarto uiettonary ana we pun our
dlallr mmnud It aa th moa reliable standard au
thority f th Sogllsh language, a it I now written and
poxen. . n,.. x ..! .:. . .r;.;,
' Loam Ammnra, Fmtdent Xenyon College. '
M. D l.toorrr. BnperlnteDdent CsneeTlll 8chools
Tao. W. BaBVXT, kuo't Maasl ion Union Bchrola. ,
M. t. Oownxay, Bup't Publlo Schools, Sandusky.
Joan l.vam Han't faMIn Bahnols. OlrcleTllle.
B. N. SaaroBv, Principal Cleveland female Bemlna-
ift
. War. afrrontt. iuo't Pnblle aehool). Mt. Union..
' Joxx Oanan, frlnolpal Btat Normal Bohoolf Mlnn-
Ono Nijok, Prlnolpal Fourth tntorutedlat School,
uinclnnatl. J
H. B. Marttii, Inp't Canton Cnloa School,
low in HtoaL, Principal KoNeely Normal Bobool.
Ku T. Tarraa, Prof. Mathematic..Ohio University.
Wat. W. Jtnwaane, Snp't Trov-Colon School.
A. 0. Horxiiw, Principal Weet High School, Oleve
land. ......
B. A. Noatoii, Anoclate Principal High School, Olerc
lana
laxoDok Stibur, Principal High School, Clev;
land. ' ! ' - ,'..
R. r. Btmirrott, Principal Cleveland Instltnt.
J. A. Qaxixlp, President of E lectio Instltnt, Hi
ram. W L Hasan, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan
University. -
H. B. Baamrr, Ex-Commiisionr of Common Eohool,
Ohio.
Java Homoa, Prof. Rhetorlo, Oberlln College.
Tno. Hiu, President Antloch College.
0. W. II. OalBOAXT, Prof. Mathematlc, High
School, Dayton. -
S. 0. CaoMaacoB,' Prof. JLangoage, High School,
Dayton. '.
. B. M. Bajtaot, Snp't Union Schools, Ashland.
Mor than. 8ta Bumdroi other Prtttdtnt of OolU
Oit, froftttort. Author and ZtUngutthtdJSivoam
ton, hot mdortnl iA abov untimmt.
"PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
HijtttrTA OoLitoa 'It I truly a magnlBsent work,
tn honor to th author, tb. publltara,snd tb whole
ountry."Prektenl Andrews.
. Ohio butt ax Cxrrnisin It exceeds n)y3pe"cta-tton.-.
It will be my lde in ortboerapby and nronun
elation, and will often he consulted by me for It neat
and accurate eMnltlone." President Thompson. , f ,
W. R. Soucno CotLxo. "Heretofore we have cued
Webster' orthogtaphy. At v rewent meeting of , onr
Facnlty.lt w0ecljed to chant It to conform to that
of W..rcetttr' Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
uarneu. '
Wimu Hfrx Ootifwt. "I find It worth of
ooratai approntuon." rreeiaent uitctroocx.
Oaxaim CoLt. "It mor than meet my ejrect
tlonev I recommend It as the itandard authority Is
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
Morgan i .
Aimooa Ooujkk. ."I adontand aim tn naa In leash
ing, writing and speaking, the orthography and pronun
elation of Woreeeter' Moyal Quarto Dictionary."
rretiaent nun ; , ,
"In all ay wrltlne.tnsaklni.and leaching. I hare en
deavored to conform to the rule for orthography and
prononotation aa ooutalned In V oroester s Dictionary."
Horace Mann, law president. ,
Kurt on Oouxwa. GAKnnra. 'I most cordially reoom-
oad Uaa tha moat nllabla atandard aatharlt of the
ngllsh language ae It uT now Wrluen and spoken."
riaeloenl Andrews. f f i
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Iron Itv. Anton Smyth, OommUHontr of Common
iXAOOi ui VMQ.
"Tb Plctlonary Is an tmperlsbable monument to th
learning and Indastry of Its author, and an honor to tb
world of letters. The mechanical execution 1 far supe
rior to that of any other Lexioon with which I am ao-
Iqnalnted." .
School tn Ohio. , ;
HTh moat nllabl standard authority of the lan
laage." , j.
WHAT TBI
Leading Zowapaper of Ohio Say.
from ill Clndand Etrali J March 28. 1
The orthography of the Woroester Dictionary I that
used by most, If not all author oi distinction lo this
country and England, and conform to the general usage
of ordinary trrltera and speakers.
Whatever prejudice may have txtsted previously, a
careful itudy of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of It great merit, and a desire
to add It lo th wll seleoted library, b It large or small,
It Is a library In Itself, and Will remain; aa Imperisha
ble rtoord of the learning of Its oompiler.,,- '
. Jrom th (footona CcirwntrtHal of April W. 1
Eere ar upward of a hundred thonsand word good,
bad and Indifferent whoee multlfarloo meanings and
derivations, together with their Correct spelling and pro
nunciation, ar set olaarly before the eye. The work I
unquestionably th greatest Thesaurus of English Word
vr pabllahod. . . .r.
Iron tH Oltvtlani PlatiultaUr of Sept. SO, 1600.' '
Evident! WoacoT.' BoTai. Qdaxto DicnoKitT it
net only lA lat, bttAtn wort of th ktnd tnr it
ud, and can by so possibility suffer by comparison or
oontrovtrty. . . ...
Tromth7U4dolaiqfinivVi.
A to noaoaciATioR, Woxcxstxx t tb Stahdajid
followed by our best authors! In definitions he leave
nothing to be Orel red. and tn OxTBOOJunrr It I sufficient
to say that Woactarraa oan b saft y followtd.
INOUARIdE BRAOO,
PnMleliera, Dooktellera Stationers,
NO. 181 SUPEBIQR ST CLXTELAND, OHIO.
: taaiS .:: .;. j i -
THE MUTUA1TBENEFIT ;
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY
Diriawndi Janaarr 1,1801, 46 Par Cent
ASSETS... .....-"...."..J,8I2,S59 SO.
ttement JTannart it 1801." U
Balince, per statement Jan'. 1st, I80...3,400,58 J 39
Reoelved for Pramlum dur
ing the )ar lBrO-... 1761,053 SS
Baoelvtd for Interest during -i '
th year I860 8M 0U 19 .
- r : iii
Total reeolpt for 1890....S977,067 74 1 i ,
Paid Claims by Death,807,050 00 ,.. i
Paid Pollcle surren- - " -' ' j -
dertd 41,111 89. . ,
Paid Balariea, Poit .
ago. Taxes, . Ex . - ,
Chang, eio 31,030 Si , . ., "
Paid Commission to '
Amd is r l,iW6 w-
Pald Phyddan' (eeiK 009 IS , -Paid
Annuities...... I,6r7 00
)
07
ing tb J.'lXM3Xti'ffj3ur' 7a ,""1 ba 111,970 14
Nat Balance January 1st, 1861.
3,81,538 SO
Cash on hand, iwnrr. r, i tS.C2B4 19
Bond and Atertaage oa Real -,' '
Estate, worth doabl th
amount loaned 9,327,81 68
Premium Not, oa Pollcle
:iln foro,onlydrawuJtflpr I
cent, intereeb......!..... 1,979.864 17
Seal Beta a......,......,..'- 90893 87 ;
Loans on Berlp 5,93144 '!. j
Cremloau.NowandOash,in .
Ooon of transmission .-43.3U 75 . 1
' Total Aaeai. ...V... S1.813.5M SO
TtBTS Polleies toforoe, hunring-."-8o,426,S38
1,435 nw Pollcie bav been laned daring th year.
After a cartful eakjttletlon of tb preeent va'ne of the
ataeandlog Pollelo Of lb Company, and having th
wisissig amount In reserve tbsrefor, th Director
aawaoeeiandi, Divmtxe of 40 percent, oa th Prtml
Bee paid at th. tahla nma. ta all notlslae for life In force.
teaensd prtoe to juu , ihsq, payable according to th
pre sent rah, of th. n..n. - - .
Bats for all klndeoi Lf Contingencies, pp-tpect-aaea.Statamente,
aa pp,eatlona, will be furnished
wiTwouT vsuxua, at in omo or Ate no Its ot th Com-
, , .r t MBT. I. jATTTBSOrt, Pmtdent". ;
."" ' 1 Ii- 0. OROTIB, Tioa President.
BIN, 0. MILLER, Secretary: ,-'?? !
U. He 0UICSUIV, .'w.
UanhSa, 1801. -: - M"- OoIum'o'
pAiAlfr D riGUHatD BLACK
vnainei wts.akv, wi vrwrv grvae-xo mot eleot
IMtneeity, aaa a ana leaaenabl raw ,
Ain a ao.f, i
tprllS
Mo. 99 Sooth High tret.'
Ayer's.Sarsaoarilla
A compound remedy, d'gasa o9.016 Jt
effectual AlUratim that can ,n'V .
a concentrated extract Hf .Para SaiT"1
so combined with other substances of Vtt
greater alterative power at to afford an effce.
tive antidote toy tho diseases. Snrsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy ia wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow,
citisens. . How completely this compound will
do it lias been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints: '- ; iv
ScitoruXA and SoROPriocs Complaints,
Eruption and Eucptitb Diseases, Ulcers,
Pnjpr.es, -JBlotches, Ttwons, Salt Rueum,
Soaio Head, Stpuilis and Sypuimtio Ar
Pactions, MencimiAt Disease, Dnorsr, Neu
itAtoiA on Tro Douloueeux, Dsuilitt, Dys
pepsia AND LtOlOBSTION, EaTStPELAS, BoSB
or St. Anthony's f hie, and indeed the wholo
clots of complaints arising Xrrvm Impuiuti op
tub Blood. ,, . --..-
.This compound will Be-ysund a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring;, to
expel tho foul humors which fester in the
Mood at that season of the vear.. Bv the time.
ly eapulaion of thorn many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
tno aia or tins remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system wul strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find Its Impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or tore cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ( cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your foelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood., Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well t but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been wgregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but mora because many preparations,
protending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. .
During late years the pullia have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the tick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er, i Hence, bitter and calntul dlsaDDointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which food the market, until tho
name itself is justly despised, and has becomo
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we coil this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply tuch a remedy as shall 'rescue, the
name from the load of obloquy- which rests
upon it. ' And wa think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend,
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from tho system, the remedy should
bo judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle. - -
. . - . . vnEFAncD nr.
Dn, J. C. AlEIt & GO.
XOWELTj, MASS.
Frloe, 1 pr BotU Six Dottles for t)3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for tho cure of
very variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it IS entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. At it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assur th people it quality is kept up to the best
it ever hns 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,
- . . . TOE TUB CURB 09 .
Cottfatmest, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
DytenUry, Foul Stomaoh, Erysipelas, Headacfte,
PiUs, RhtnmaHm, Eruptions and SHn Diseases,
iivtr Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Timor and
Salt RhHm, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Ptuiging tli Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physio. ;
Price 29 eenta per Box ; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and - tmintnt parsonages, nave lent their
name to otTtify the unparalleled usefulness of these
rerntdle. but our SDace here will not Detroit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Aheeican Alhanao 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 mora profit on.
Demand Ater's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there, ia for them, and ther should
have it. , . . ... -
AUourrmtdie-arforslby
- ROBERTS A SAMUEL. Oolamhuj.
And by Druggist and Dealers evtry where. -
nov: lya.iwatw .., . v
OANAOIAS ft HOTTED 8TATES KAIL
STEAMERS
to an o rawn
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
, ; Liverpool, Montreal,1 Quebeo,
....... . '' and : " ' ' ' '
' : :. N2JW "ST02F1.33C..
Th Montreal Ocean Bteemehtp Company's Srtt-elaM
full-powered Clyde-built Steamer tall ovepy Mat
nraap from puuilahu, carrying we uanaaian ana
United State Mall and passenger.
. i N0RWB8IAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
. BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
. NORTH BRITON, . HIBERNIAN,
v : o akadian, - Nov a scotiast.
Shortest, Cheapest ana Quickest Oon
- . . TSfance xrejua .,- i
AMERICA TO ALL f ABTS OF XUBOPZ.
RatMOt Pa nana) to Ehlrop 1
Will tall from LIVERPOOL erjr fTedneadaf,
and from QUEBEO ewejry Batarday ealliug at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and laid ttailsasd
Passenger, to and from Ireland and Scotland. . '
TTrTbe Bteamer ar built of Iron, la wtter-Utht
oompartmente, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
very attention IS para to in-tom'ort ana aocommo
tlon of peseangtr. A they pPOceed dlrrct to LON DON
DEBT, th rt risk snd delay ot calling at St. John's
I avoided.
Glasgow passenger ar furnished with rats passage
Uoket to and from Londonderry.
Reiura tlckeie granted at reduced rate.
Oertlfloatee Issued for carrying to and bringing out pas
sengers from all th principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at redured rata, by this Una of steamers, and
by th WASHIMHON LINE Of BAUiUIQ PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
Bight Draft foe t and upward pat
able lit Ens, laud, Ireland, Scot
- land er Wilei.
Porputag, Jpply at th Offloe: S3 BROAD
WAT, New ork, and 10 TVATEK '!'.,
Eilverpool, ' , ...... .
BABEt k BEASLS, General Agents,
Or to J, R. ARMSTRONG,
BolO-lydAW ' Poet Ofllo. Oolambu, Ohio.
Co-Partnerships
t. , : (
I HATE TBI DAY' ADIfll'S TED NIT
son JAMS? ADQEtt BAIJ as partner In my bn,l
oets, which will 'reafter be oondueted tinder th firm
of Bain a bob r. ain, bouiu nign nt.
Oolambua. lab IS. 1861. feblS
UEHItS K4Hl,Ktt, " ;
flat of Phaloo't iMabUatment, R TM) PArprietoro
the . Maw lork laiklonabl Snartn. Hair OuNina-
" Shampoos leg, Our ling and Dreesm SaJooai East State
rtreet, over the Pod Ot&tm. where eatlafaotJoa will
h (iven bj all the various branohee. Ladle "and
Children's IWI DrtMlPf float IB to 0t Ityl.
Jfvl-aip
rVTJR SPBINO S rCK IS USTJa. 'Mi
lit- e il fPl.. . .
lj inrytj una wsjii uwtrii abac Tory isutrai delu
fronAMKUIOAN, tNGLIbUwd fRBXOH fMtortt..
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Yelyet, Borders, -
SPLENDID DECORATIONS
SHDEIilGHT '
r ' .:. and; ,
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades,
'GOIJD
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FKT0EE3, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
AND THAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
loo south scisnst.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords sxd pertost'wlshlog Quantities of
Paper will make mosey by buying ot as. Country
Morchtntt tnd person from abroad will do well to call
and tea as. sprlll dlmeodl - It. IcA
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMitV CWCEfttE3w
No. 108 South High Street.
Win. HcDOXALD,
DEALER" IN" . V "'
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES
IN ALL 'HEIR VARIETIES.
Dally rrlval of Goods
For the Fall and Winter Trade
Of 1860-61
TTpHETIIUNIlVO SINOEBETIIANKS
TO Tilt: PI) BL.IC for past favor and patron
age, and being DETERMINED to fflEBIT
acontlnuanoe of same by strict attention te
trade, and prompt delivery of Gooda,
I would call th notice of the publlo to th fact that
having a Lai go and well Seleoted Stock on
hand, and being In dally reoelpt of good from th differ
ent market, I flatter myself that I can offer to theeltl
tens of Colombo, or to any who may desire to purel as,
aa aisoronent of articles appertaining to theOBOCERT
trade, CNEQUALED by eoyhout In the eity.
Th price and quality of th goods offered, I gnar.
antee to g-ive satiafaotlon.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
noT87. . . .. wm. Mcdonald.
WUllam u.. O-lll
VOlifJIdBtJS, OIllO,
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
- And Seed Store,
DIALER IN
GENERAL HARDWARE,
-NAIL,- OLAflS, SASH, TOTTT; CORDAGE,
Ouua, Pieiola Wood Willow Ware,
ether and Rubber Belting,
king, . . ........
I ao Leather, Hot and
eui-aiy
NEW ; ARRIVALS
! COP ."' s:!l - "
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Spring & Slimmer Millinery.
The Etoolc BeyplenUhecl
PATTaY v
FROITI LATEST IMPOBTATIONS OF
NEW YORK.
MT STOCK OP ,rc , -
Spring & Summer Millinery
It now eompttto, comprising evtry variety ot Millin
ery; alio, a large astortoant of Embroider!, Hoele
and Notion. Am., and In quantities and price that oan!
aot fall to suit all who may favor us with a call. Th
good hart ben bought at Panic price,, and wilt be sold
at a small advance oa coat.
"Vmiiliheey .
Mies M. E.TOUNO, lata of New York City,
wilt superintend tb Millinery Department. ' Ear loaf
experlenoT ta the most lashlonabi astabiisnmenl in
Broadway will alone be a warranty that the will bo aul
to air tntlr satisfaction In matter of tut to all who
may favor her with their order.
. In Ladles ot Columbus and vlelalty will nrtaa ac
cept my linear thank for their liberal patronage, and
I wool d respectfully solicit a ceaunuanc of th tame.
R. H, WARE,
OS East Town St.,. Cemmbns, O. ,
tprll43m-od ,mfcJ . r-ivus... : i :.Vr. ' -J J
Dissolntion.
THE CO-PAHtlVEHSait HEflETO-.
fore exietmr between th undersigned, under the
Arm nam of ARu -TROMQ THOMPSON, was dissolv
ed by mutual ooLMot on toe urst nay ex ym, woi.
Th. hn.tnna of , ha lata Srm will be eettled by X. B.
AaxsTao, who continue th basin at th old stand.
. ... at. w. jeotimo i nvuvr.
naylS-dSw. 8. XfiOAf SON.
rrriBTKh-AOEnTI TO SELL
W packages of STATIONERY and JEWELRY, at
prtcee one -third In than oan be purchased elsewhere
011 on or address (stamp noioita; , u. ii,bi,co
ltl Court ttn Btnten, Mm. narch S8;djm.
D-iJ
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Tri-Weekly, per rear..
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1 00
RAILROADS. Mr. Russell's Letter to the London
Times.
MONTGOMERY, May 6.
Although I havawritteo two my
arrival at Charleston, I bave not been able to
elvo an account of many things which bave
Soma under my notice, and which appeared to
APABrirri V f and now that I am f tlrly oa my
travele 0D6 more, it seems only too proDaDie
IT . t. us.. .LI1J a nana t n Am f Sll(ie
a I shall be obliged to pass them over alio-
TOa roarlog nra oi mo revuiuuuu
... nralrla and one must fly
getbt. .0 j tm obligtd to eee all that
" ""r . Wottthatooce.anatnen.arm
oeiora it or ou. , gB j. oan procure, to
sen d eeo oi mo w nommauicat.ODS
ed with such salegaau -'airranha Dulled
make an effjrt to tecover l.. . . . -m ohanred
vriues uruacui rune kiru up, ic. .
down 1 am quite in the air, and a. '
with powder and Are, :-..-
L..U. II. . ..
Uoe ot the moei extraordinary books In ttu
world coald be made out ol the outtlogs and
parlcgs of tbe newspapers wblch have been pub
liabed within the lait tew'days. Thejudgmente,
statements, arseveratlona of tbe press, everv-
wnereneoeutariiy nasty, if silted, and onhand,
do not aepire to even an ephemeral existence
here. They are of Die If they eerve tbe pur
pose of tbe moment, and of the Utile boys who
commence their childhood la deceit and continue
to adolescence in Iniquity by giving vocal utter
ance to the "eeniatioo" headings la the journals
tbey retail so sharply and curtly. Talk of tbe
superstition ot tbe middle ages, or of tba cre
dulity of tbe more advanced periods of rural
life; laugh at tbe Holy Coat of Treves, or gr to
over tbe Lady of Salette; deplore tbe fai'h (a
wloklus pictures or ia a eotnmtnf jueof the Afore
ittw, moralize oa tbe superstition which dis
covert more in tbe liqueiaodon of tbe ichor of
St. Genoaro than a ohymical thrick but if yoa
dealra to understand how tar faith oan see and
trust among tbe people wbooonslder themselves
tbe moat civilized and intelligent lo tbe world,
yoa will study tbe American Journals and read
tbe telegran, wblch appear In them. One day
tbe Seventh New York Regiment is destroyed
for tbe edification of the South, and is out np
Into sucb small pieces that none of it is ever
seen afterward Tbe next day it marohea into
Waehlngton or Annapolis all the better for tbe
process. Another, la order to encourage the
North, It Is said that heoatombs of dead were
oarrled out of Fort Moultrie, packed ap for easy
traveling la boxes. Again, to Irritate both, lilt
credibly etated that Lord Lyons Is going to in
terfere, or that an Auglo French fleet is coming
watoh tbe ports, and so on through a wild
play of fancy, inexact In line as though tbe bat
teries were charged with the aurora bortali or
summer lightulug, Instead of the respectable,
steady, manageable offspring ot acid and metal,
whose etaid deportment we are accustomed
a moderate ptice lor entrance. As is usual
inch period, tbe contending parties accuse
each other of Inveterate falsehood, perfidy, op
preulon, and local tjranny and persecution.
"Madness rules the hour "
It was only a day or two ago I took nn a lo
cal journal of considerable influenoe, In wbicb
were two paragrapns wnicQ struck me as being
lueipressloly absurd. In the first it was stated
mat a gentleman wno naa expressed etrong
Southern sentiments In a New York hotel, bad
been mobbed and thrown Int? tbe atreat. anrl
the writer indulged ia some fitting reflections
on the horrible perseoatlon wblch prevailed in
new Koi a, and on the atrocity or auoh tyrccmV
at tnoto Uwtwasosao in a civiliied eommunlty.
in aooiner ooiumo mere ua pleasant little nar
rative now citisens ot upeiika, in Georgia, bad
waited on a certain person, who was 'sospeet-
eu oi entertaining ivortnern views, and bad
deported him on a rustic conveyance, known as
rail, which was considered by tbe Journalist a
very oredltable exercise ot publio spirit. Nay,
more: lo a noiee paragraph, relative to an at
tempt to burn tba huge hotel of Wlllard, at
wasningioo, in woicnasmenuDdredsol people
were residing, the pater, to accurM eatisfaoio.
rilv tor tbe attempt, and to assign, tome intelilgi.
ble and laudable motive for it. adds, that he
suppose! that It was intended to burn oat tba
"border ruffl ins" who were lodging there a re.
production of tbe excuse of our Anglo-Irtah
Lord, who apologized for setting fire to a cathe
dral on tbe ground that be Imagined tbe Bishop
was Inside. The exultation In the South when
the flag of the United States was lowered at
8umter baa been answered by a shout of indig
nation and a battle cry from the North, and tbe
excitement at Charleston has produoed a reflex
action there, tbe energy of which cannot be de
scribed. The apathy wblsb struck me at New
York when I landed, has been sucoeeded bv vlo
lent popular enthusiasm, before wblch all La.
odioean policy bas melted into fervent aotlvity.
in train must oe was ids new xorE popula
tion did not believe In tbe strength and una
nimity of the South, and that tbey thought tbe
Union safe, or did not cara about It. I oaa put
down tbe names of gentlemen who expressed
tbe strongest oploloos that tbe government of
tba United states had no power to coerce tbe
Soutb, and wbo bave since put down their nam
and their money to support tba government In
the attempt to reoovae tbe forts wolcb have been
taken. At to the change of opinion in other
quarters, which bas been effected ao rapidly
and miraculously that it has tbe ludiorous air
a vulgar Juggler's trick at a fair, tbe publlo
regara it to nine mat it wouia oe unbecoming
waste a word about it. .. ,
I expressed a belief In my first letter, written
few days after my arrival, that tba South
would never go back Into the Uoloa. The
North thinks that it can ooeroe tbe South, an I
am not prepared to say tbey are right or
wrongt but I am convinced that tba Soutb c-tn
Only be farced back by suob a oonquest aa that
whloh laid roiana prostrate at tbe feel of tUs-
tla. . It may be that mob. a conquest ou be
made by tbe Norto, bat auocees mast destroy
tbe Uoloa at It baa been constituted in times
past. A strong government mast be tho logi
cal ooustquenoo of vlotory, and the triumph of
tbe oouto muet be attended oy a similar result.
for wbiob, Indeed, many Southerners are well
disposed. To tho people of the Confederate
States there would be no terror ia suob an issue,
for it seems to me they aro pining lor a strong
government exceedingly. The North mutt ao-
eept It, wh tber tbey like it or not. Neither
party, If nch a term can Dt applied to tbe rest
tbe United Statet and to tboee Slates which
ditdain tba authority of tbe Federal Govern j
meat, wa prepared tor tbe ageresaive or resist
ing power of toe other.- Already the Confede
rate States perceive that they cannot carry all
before them with a rush, wbile the North bave
learned that they must put forth all their
strength to make good a tithe of tbelr lately ut
tered tbreate. ' Bui tba Montgomery govern
ment are now, say, anxious to gain time, and
prepare a regular army. The North, dis
tracted by apprehensions of vast disturbance ia
its complicated relatione, IB clamoring for In
itantaotioD and speedy consummation. Tbe
counsel of tbe moderate men, aa they were
oalled, bave been utterly overruled.
I am now, however, dealing wltb South Caro
Una, wbloh hat been tbe font t erlee of the te-
oessioo doctrines, and their development Into
tbe full lire ot the uoniederate Btatee. . The
whole foundation on which South Carolina rest
oottoo and a certain smouol of rloe, or rath
she bases her whole fabrlo on tbe neoessltv
wblch exist In Europe tor those produott or
ber toil, believing and atsertiog, as tht dots,
that England and; ranee oan not and will not
do without them... Cotton without a market It
much fljccdlent .matter encumbering the
ground. Rice without demand for It la uuaale
able grain In ttore and on tbe field t Cotton at
ten centt a pound It bonudlett prosperity,. em
plre, and superiority, and rloe or grain Deed Do
longer be regarded. Ia the matter of tlave
labor, Soutb Carolina argues pretty-much In
this way t England and t ranee require our pro.
duott. In order to meet their wants, we mutt
cultivate our toil, "Tharo la only one way of
doing so,' The white man cannot live- on Our
land at oeruin seasons of tho year, ha oannoi
work la tht minuet required by tut crept, Ha
'
I
matt, therefore, employ a race aaited to the la -
bor, and that Is a raoe which will only work
mhmn it la nhiioMi tn do an. l hat race was itn-
ported from Africa, under the sanction of the
law, by our aooestors, when we were a British
colony, ana it net Deen toeierea oy nt, u ue.
1 its increao uere ua oesu u vi m
I flourishing Deonle lo tbe world. In ether places,
hara It labor was not nroductlve or impera
,lr.i, essential, that race has been made tree,
sometimes with disastrous cooaequeooea to it
self and to Industry. But we will not make it
free. We cannot do so. we hold mat slavery
la essential to our existence at producer ol
what Europe quires; nay more, we maintain
it Is In tbe abstract right in principle; and some
of us go so far as to. maintain that tbe only
proper form of society, according to the law ol
God and the exigencies of man, la that which
bas slavery aa Its bids- As to tbe slave, be Is
hannip far In Mi state of servitude, more civil
lzedand religious, tbao he ia or could he, if
Im. n. In hie nattvfi Africa. ' ' 1
I bare already endeavored to describe the
portion or tbe State tbrouga wnicn i waveico,
and tho asnect of Charleston, and I will DOW
proceed, at tbe risk ot makiog this letter longer
than it shoulj be.to u.'o a tew obeetvationson
matters which struck me during my visit to one
oftwoot the planters of the many who were
' oooogh to give Invitations to tbelr resl
tha State. Early one fine morning, I
kioo . -tlog iteamet to visit a plaota-
aencet in ana maccamaw utairiuv, iu
started in a c State, north of Cbarles-
tlon In the Pedc
tbe island coatt of the - to tbe m'ndt of
ton. tbsUulied
The only source of uneaBlne.. " oe tbe
our party arose from tbe report tha re
states iquadron was coming to block
port, which would bave cut off our line oi
treat, and compelled ut to make a long detour
and a eomewbat difficult Journey by landing,
teeing that tbe roadt are mere tend track, a
tbe Immenae number of riven and creek offers
tome excuse tor not Improving the land commu-
ntcdtlon. fasslng Sumter, m wbicb mea are
busily engaged, under tbe Confederate flig, in
making good damages, and mounting guns, we
pat out a few miles to sea, and with tbe low
sandy shore, dot ed with soldiers, and guard
boutee, and elumpe or trees, on our leu, In a
few hours ptes tbe Santee river and enter an
estuary Into wbiob tbe Pedee and Maccamaw
rivers run a few miles lartber to tbe northwest
Tbe arid, barren, tiiue-c .vered tandhllls whloh
form tbethotesof this ettaary are guarded by
rude batteries mounted wltb heavy guns and
manned by tba State troope, some ot whom we
Can seeetrolliug along the beach, or with. arms
glancing In tbe sua light, pacing up and down
on tbelr posts. Oa be left hand side there are
said to be plantations, tbe lite- of which are
marked by belt of trees, and after we had pro
ceeded a lew mile from the tea the eteamer
ran alongside a J-tty and pier, wblch was crowd
ed by men ia uniform waiting for tbe newt and
for supplies of creatui e oomlurta.
L idles were cantering along tbe fine hard
beach, and some gigs snd taxcarts fully laden
rolled along very muon aa one sees tbem at
Soarberougb Toeeoldlera on the pier were
all gentlemen of tbe country. Some, dressed
In gray tunics ana yellow laotngs, In blgb felt
hats and plnmes and jack boots, would have
done no disgrace in faoe, figure, and bearing to
me gayest cavatiera woo ever tnunaereo at tbe
beels ot rrlnco Kupert. ineir horses, lull of
Carolina fire and mettle, st od picketed under
tbe trees along the margin of tbe beach. Among
these men wno bad been doing tbe duty of com
mon troopers in patrolling tne tea coast were
gentlemen possessed of Urge estates and prince
ly fortunes; undone wbo stood among them
wae pointed out to me at captain of a company
for who uses hi liberality provided unbound
ed dilv libations of coampaigne, and tbe best
luxuries wbicb French ingenuity can salaly tm
prison In those well koowo caskets with wbiob
Crimean warriors were not unarq tainted at tbe
close ot toe oampaiga. I oey were eager fur
news, wnioo wa. aneutsa out to tbem bv tbelr
friends lo tbe steamer, and one was struck by
tbe intimate personal cordiality and (amihar
acquaintance wbiob existed among tbem. Three
heavy guoa, mounted in au earthwork defended
by palisades, covered the beaeb and tbe landing
place, and the garrison waa to bave been rein
forced by a regiment Irom Charleston, which.
however, bad not got In readiness to go np cn
our steamer, owing to some little difficulty be
tweeo the volunteers, tbelr ifflcers, and tbe
quartermaster general s department
I meniitn these particulars to give an Idea ot
tbe state of delensein which tiouth Carolina
bolds itself, tor, unless Georgetown, wbicb lie
at tbe bead of tblt inlet, could be considered an
object of attack, one teekt In vain tor any rea
ton to induce an enemy to make hit tppearauee
in tblt direotloa A march on Charleston by
land would be an operation of extreme difficul
ty, through a aerlet of sandhills, alternating
with marshes, water-courses, rivers add flooded
rloe-flelds. As to Georgetown, wbicb we bave
now reached, nothing oan be said by way of de
scription more descriptive than tbe remark of
ita Inhabitants, tbat It wat a flolabed town 100
yean ago. It Is a dosy, sleepy, sandy, lifeless,
straggling-village, wltb wooden houses drawn
up .in right lines on the margins of great,
straight, erase-grown pathways, lined with
trees, and known to tbe natives a street. ,
, Arrived at a deep chocolate colored etream,
called niaca. tuver, mil or tun and alligators,
we fiud a flat large enough to aeeommodaie ve
hicle and passengers, and propelled by two ne
groes pulling upon a stretobed rope, Iu the man
ner Urual in the ferry boat of Switzerland,
ready tor our reception. Another drive through
a more open country, and we reaoh a floe grove
ot pine and live oak, wbloh melts away into
a tbrubbsry, guarded by a rustio gateway, pass
ing through wblch we are brought by a sadden
turn Into the plantei 'a bouse, burled in trees,
which dispute with the green award, and with
wild fljwer beds every yard of the space which
lies between the ball-door and the waters ot
tne rente; ana ia a tew minutes, at we gags
over tba expanse oi neioe, just tinged wltb
green by the first life of tbe early rloe crops,
marked by the deep water outs, and bounded bv
a fringe of unceasing forest, tbe chimneys of
tbetttamer we oaa ieiie ueorgetowa, gliding,
at It were, through the flelde, iodioata tbe ex
istence of another navigable river ttlll beyond.
Leaving with regret tbe verandah which com
manded to encnanting a foreground or nowers,
rare ihrubbery, and bearded live oaks, wltb
each graceful, aylvan outline distinctly penciled
upon the waters of. tba river,' we enter tbe
bouse, and aro reminded by lta low, browed, old.
fasbioued rooms of tbe country houses yeto be
found Iu parte of Ireland or tbe Scottish bor
der, with additions made by the luxury and love
of foreign travel of more than one generation
of educated Southern planters. -
Paintings from Italy Illustrate tho walls In
Juxtaposition with Interesting portraits of early
colonial governors ana meirioveiy woman kind,
limned wltb no uncertain band, and full of th
vigor of touch andnatoraloees of drapery of which
Coplsy bas left ue too few exemplars, and one
portrait of Benjamin West olaims for lta. If
tuob honor as bis own pencil oan give. An
excellent library, filled with collections qf
French and ttugiisb classics, and ' with thoje
ponderous editions of Voltaire, Rousseau, the
Memolrea pour Srrvlr, books of travel and his
tory, such aa delighted our forefathers la the
last century, and many works of American and
general history, an Jtd ample occupation for a
ralnv day. But, alas, tbtse, and all other aood
tblogt which tba boute tffjrde, can be etjoted
but for a brief season. . Just at nature hat ex
panded every claim, developed every grace, ud
olosed tbe tcena with all tbe beauty ot opened
flower, of ripening grain, and of mature .vegi
etatlon, on tbe wings of the -wind tbe poioo,d
breath come borne to the borne of tbe whit
man, and be muat fly before it or perleh. Tb
books lie unopened on tbelr shelve, tbe fler
blooms and dies unheeded t and. pity 'tis 'tit
true, the old Madeira garnered 'neath the roof
tettlot down tor a fresh leste of Hie, and aett
about itt tollury ta,k of acqalriog a fluer fit
vor for the Infrequent Hps ot it banished ms
ter and hit welcome visitor 'J Tblt It the ttory,
at least, that we bear on all sides, Sod nch Is,
the tale reneeted to us beneath the porob when
the full moon enhances, -while softening, the
loveliness of the scsna, and the tich melody of
hundred of mocking-birds fills tbe grovo.
Whlthla these hospitable doors Horace might
,
bacqoet better- than be did with Naaldleooa,
and drink such wine aa can be only found
among me ueecenaanta or an enoexwy wnw, sea-
provident enough in allele, learnt tba wladotn
.of bottling up choice old Bual and SerehU ot)
tbe demon of odlnn had dried no tbelr (000
oueeourees forever. To lb toast 'De aoaea
excellent bread, ingenious varieties of tho fa
Utf, delidoue butter and fruits, all good of
tbi-lrklod .......
What more It needed for one who agrees with
Mr. Disraeli In thinking bread and tut aaa'a
first luxuries and bn eatT And Is these any
thing bitter rising up from tbe bottom of the
social bowlt My black friends wbo attend oa
me are grave aa Motsuiman Kbltmutgare.
Tbey are attired in llverlet, and wear white
cravat and Berlin gloves. . At night, when wo
retire, 07 tbey go . to their outer aarKaeas la
tbe small eettlement of oegrohood, wbloh la
separated from our house by a oodea palisade.
Tbelr fidelity is undoubted- Tbe boute breathes
an air of tecurity. Tne doora and wtadowa aro
unlocked. Tne-e It but oae gun, a fowling
piece, on tbe premises. No pi inter hereaboata
ban any dread of bla slaves.
But I bave seen, witbm the abort time tbal I
have been bere in tble part of the world, ee
eral dreadful aocoonta of the murder and vio
lence, in wbicb masters suffered at tba bands of
their tlavet There is something saipiclout In
the constant never ending statement that "We
are not afraid of our slaves." The curfew and
the night patrol In tbe atresia, tbe priaona and
watch bouses, and tbe police regulations, prove
that strict supervision, at all events, la needed
and neoessary. My host Is a kind man and a
good master. If slaves are happy any where,
taev should be to with blm
These people are fed by their master. They
bave upwaids of half a pound per diem of fat
-V, and corn lo abundance. Tbey rear poult
4 sell tbelr chickens and eggs to tba
hq V eurw viumivu uy . Mivar ihm,h,
ry. aou 'o alckoesa as In health Now
house. T. : " gifts of tobacw and mo-
He keeps tbem. ABWewasiiiweiawr
and then there ar. ' ." J
laeaaa fn, tha H.....lnn -Cl aOOVB WBtOT.
. V. .UU
going on la tbe fields, for
been exerting itself to get Its he..
- waters of
Move
These fields yield plentifully ; forth,
tbe river are tat, and tbey are let In wUi
tbe planter rtquires it, by means of flood-aau
and small canals, through wbiob the flats oaa
carry tbe loads of grain to the rlvsr for loading
sue eteamer
NO W REIAJDir.
THE REVISED STATUTES
OP THE
i3T2.T3ZI OTT OHIO
Jt AOEMERAl, MATURE IU TOR0I AU. t, 1800.
COLLATED J3Y
Hon. Joseph R. Swan,
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Law Publisher. BttkMlltni Stationers and Importers,
no. oa rrctt t-ourtn street.
febl&dSraii ClncdnnaU 0.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
8team Between. Ireland and almerica.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY.
Tb follovlnx new and maealnent Brat-elae aaMla-
wheel Bteamsblps compos th above line)
ADRIaTIO, 8.888 ton burthen. Capt, 3. Kacxt
(formerly of th Collin tint )
BIBERNI. 400 tons burthen, Capt. H. Paowaa.
COLUMBIA, 4 4iO " - a. LaiTtfl.
NOLI 1. .'4.400 hasauuaaa.
PAulrlO, 8 S00 - " I. SjCa.
PRINCE ALBERT f Screw.) -
On of the abnv thin will leave bTew York at anatan
alternately every Taetday foruilKbt for Salway. car-.
rylnt tb govtrasuist audit, touching at St. Joan,
Si. P. - -
Th Steamer of this lie bav bam aonetnaetad wltlt
the greatest oar, under th lupervlaloa of tb govwra
meot, have water-tight compartments, and are uorxoel-
leu loraemrort eatery ana speta by auy stsamtit afloat.
Tbey ar commaodtd by ablt and xprieneed eJBears,
and every txtrUoa will be made to promote tb seaxftrt
of pattvogtrt.
A a, expanse oa eurgem attached te eaoh sua.
BATES Or PASSAGE.
Ptrst-olats N. T. or Boston to Oalway or Liverpool ElOO
Seoond-clas. " " TS,
rirtt-oitsa. " " to at John1 as
Third-class, ' ' to Oalway r Liverpool.
or any town In Irelard, oa a Railway, - - - JO
Thlrd-ola passenger ar liberal ly euBOlled with Bre-
vlalon of the beet quality, booked and served by the ear-
vanit oi tn uompaoy. , . .. . . , . ; - j .
RETURN TICKETS. . iv
Parties wtablne to tend for ihelr friends from tba alA
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, ia
imaua, or iron ue principal clue or angiewa ana ot
land at vary low rate.
rsnir for (Uw Tone, anivlne bv th floatan
Steamers, will be forwarded te New York fit of tharg.
xur pawsage or luruier uiormaiioD, apply to
Wa B. WIOSLHAK,"
At th offle of th Oomnanv. oa tha whaif. toot mt
Canal street, NewTerk.
HOWLAND A A8PINWALL, Agtabj. .
apr11IS:d0m.
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO.:
Front 8treet, Between 8tat and Town.
THfc- OLD a a H I to
S SHOP I still running, and althouxb I
th prwtsur ef late year hat set heart Iw (
upon her runolni rears, ebelt still tarn-
Lg out tnose spienaia rmtrina nuuaawaiB.ena
PKINOB ALBERT'S SIlirTINO TOPS and NO-TOP
BUOQIE3, OattRUOKs, BXPRBSS, KELETON,
DBMOOHAT and GROCERY WAOONS, SMALL OMNI
BUoBB and BAORS. Twesty year (teady saanufko
turing hat given' our work a wlde-eperad nputaUoa
through the South and Weet. -
We therefor deem ft unmui ssary to uy any thing tar
In rrgard w tha quality of our work. W waxxaxt
rvrUT VtHiou. WtosagtUaooa Tor Bomuwj froaa
lto.
. Dealers can a furnished with any aaaeant f work at
short notice, and at price towtrthaaaaa b bought any
wh-reln the Weet. Beaond hand Baggie lakwa la x
obange for new w.,rk.
ir Re pairing don neatly and at snort aooo. rao
ten on rront. betw
itwwen I lata and town Meats, Ooluav
onio.
inp All eommunloatlons will reoelre prompt attention.
Aug. wly B. at. W1UOAMS I
I 04
BLACK STRAW BOmiSETS ADkA
gant Rlbbona, la great variety at BAIN'S,
ectS No. oo.Burkttreell
REPrXLAT OR" WATeit-PR9ftr
CLOAK CLOTHS.- Also, other 4 SfHag
0 'oak Cloths. In all deslrabl mtxtaree Wlodinrm, Tae
nia end Button to match. BaIN 4k SON, -aprili
N. St Soutb Hlgbttn
STELLA IHAWLSI ST Lit, A
BBAWLS 1 1 In all deslrabl oolors, aad at very
great bargains. BAIN a SON,
aprtli No. SS Soutb High street.

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