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VOL. YIIl. NO. 16 NEW SKRIES;
COLUMBUS. OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 27 1861.
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DAILY. TRI-WErilT AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH. Eg AND PBOPBUTOBg
O Offic fioi. 86, 88 and 40, orth High St.
TB RMS IS VARIABLY IN ADVANCE
Oally . ... $8 00 peryar,
" By the Carrier, per week, ia cents.
rrl-Wojkly . , . . . 8 00 per year.
weeiuy, . --.' i. J uo
crui of Advertising by the Square.
ne square 1 yeai . . . 20 00
On. ' 9 month 1H 00
On. " . 6 month! 15 00
One " 3 months 10 00
On. i! month! 8 00
On. " 1 month. S 00
On. square 3 wwki.
On. . " , S weak.
On. 1 week..
. 1 OU
. 1 75
. 1 00
On. 3 day
On. " 3 day.
1 Insertion 50
Displayed advortlssments half nor. than th. abov
Advertisements leaded and placed In th column Of
Bp jrlnl Notloei," double th ordinary rati. ,
All notices required to be published by law, legal rate.
ii uruemi on me memo exclusively arur ibe nrst week
per ceu;. more than th. above ratet; but all such wll
appear In the Tri-Weekly without charge.
Business Cards, not exceeding Iveliuei, per year, ln
wa, ju per HQS, DHWiae ax.
Notices of meetings, charitable ocletles, Are oompanle
etc., half price.
All tramitnt adttrtUemmt mvit It paid for t
a .1. ruiv win not oevane. irom.
Weekly, same price as th. Dally, where the advertl
Seithe Weekly alone. Where "he Dally and Weekly
a rJ iioin usea, ions uie enarge lor in. weekly, will
aa" the rates of the Dally . .
No advertisement taken ex eept for I definite period.
p. a. b. suras, .
Attovnoy at Iiaw
AND NOTARY CTJSLIC. :,)
Office-Anibos Building, opposite Oapltol Bquare.
Machine Manufacturing Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Caitlngi, M1U Oaring, Machinery.
or mil Dxscvrnoit.
0HA3. AMD03. gup't. P. AM BOS, Trsu-'
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Clnoinnatl, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to lndiansDoiia without Change of Can
and bat One Change of Can between
Columbua and 8t. Luula. -
THREE TRAINS DaTIy FROM COLUM
(Dally, Monday. exoevUd.) '.
IXfKESS, via LHytun, at 8:15 a. n.,stop
Clni at London, Xenia, Dayu,n, atlddlatowo and Bamll
too, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:i0a. m.; Dayton t 5:45
a. m., Indianopollt at 10:48 a m. et. Joulsat '11:50
" SECOND TRAIN. ,'
' AOCOMMODATlON.at :10a. m.,stoppIngataII8U
Hon between Oolnmbns and Clnolnnatl and Dayton, a
living at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at 9.15 a. m.,
'Indlanopollsaf S;88p. m. - !
' - THIRD TRAIN;
DAT EXPftB88,at 8:30 p. m., itopplng at. Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston. Oedarville, Xenia.
dprlng Valley, Corwin, Morrow ' Deerfleld, foster'a
Loveland, Uillford aud Plalnville, arriving at Olnota
natl at 7:20 p. ro-t St. Louia at 18 m; Dayton at i 35 p.
.; Indlanopolis at 10:3d p m.
tleeTlDa Car. on all Night Trains te
Cincinnati and indiauapolia.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
Vol further Information and Through Ticket apply te
M L. DOHBRTT,
Tkiet Agent, Union Depot, Columbua, Ohio. .
E. W. WOODWARD,
-JNO. W. DOHSRTI
Jnl3 Agent, Columbua,
Jolt BecelTwal ' ' ,
tit. CH CHEEK and BLACK
' Ttt AS 100 bags prime BIo Cob... -
1 6' pocket old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
tl H bags Ceylon Coffee. '' - "- "
20" Will, standard White Sugars, consisting of Pow
dred, Ohrushed, Granulated A and B Coffee.
TO quintals George Bank Oodflsh. - - -
20bls. Uess and No. 1 Maokerel.
6 tea. Pick Salmon.
tOO bx. Layer Uaisins. : ''
50 hf. bos do do - -1 '
100 or. boi do de '"
10O M Cigars, different brand and grades.' 1
novtf WH UcDONALD.
M. C. LILLEY
And Blank-Bock Manafantiirer,
KOBTB aiOB ITBZST, COLUaJUa, OHIO
aurll-dly ' '
Red; White and BItfB -
Just opened by.
aprSfJ - .
No. 80 South High street.
NEtV noOP SKIRT. yi f '
33 cto DON,
No. SO, SOUTH BIOS iw'ilt.,' '; ''
Hnve just received a new make of HOOP 8KIBTS
finished In a manner far superior to any vet introduced
for ' 1
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS,':
' mh83. ' 1 '
yHITB WHEAT. BRANDED
From "Brntt Hills," Springfield, 0 -the best brand of
Floor brouKht t our market. Batlifaetlon guaranteed.
Cor sal. only at WU. MoDOBALD'S,
norm - , . 10 loath High atreet.
Irish Linen Goods. .' .
WABBA TED FABBIO ''na- '
Linen Shirt Bosoms Pain and lanoe
Shirting and Boaom Linens. , , ii '
Llsen eheetingt and Pillow Catlngs, ' u ,
Linen Cambrics and long Lawns. i
, Linen Pocket -handrfs, all slses. i
- Linen Towelling. anA Diaper
- ,.. LlDen Napkins and D'Oy lie. i,,
Linen Table Cloths aod rlatin Damask.
Linen Towel with colored aordera. - i : p
Linen Stair Oorerlnga and Oraab. "'
''''-. Portals at low prices, .
, , .. . BAUf a SON,
ft MS 1 ' Ko. 89 South Blab street '
BONNETS, RIBBONS TABS, AND
RUOUES, new styles, Jnatopend by
' ' ' BAin It 80K(
rrlU .. No 89 loath Hlh strati.-.
1.4. S.4. fl-A.
niil a,a Hd
Tk WTilt. Checked of ap quilKy lorealeby
RAIN m SuM. 1
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIOxNAllY-
The LateitThe LargetTho Beit,
The Cheapest Beotue the Best,
Tbe Itloat Heliat-li standard Au
thority of tbe EBgllata Language."
Sto Bundrtt Eminent Slueator of Ohio,
"TIU BEST ENQLTSIT DICTIONARY EXTANT."
"He . are onwards of a Hundred Thouiand Words,
whose multifarious mean icga atid derivations, together
wun urn correct spelling, ata pronunciation are cieariy
set before the eye.' ' : ' ". . ,
' ' ' : - Cincinnati Qmmtroial.
Head th Decltiont of tho ifembsrt of th Ohio Stat
loacAtr i Mociatton.
Th. nnd.rslgned, members of the Ohio State Teachers'
Association, adon and aim tons. In teaching, writing
and spanking, th. orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester's Hoval Quarto Dictionary and we most eor
dlally recommend It as the most reliable standard au.
tborlty of the ogllth language, as It is now written and
spoxen. i -. ,. .- . ,
Loam Aanlawa, President Kenyon College.
M D LasoBTT. Superintendent Zaneavllle Schools.
Thos. W. Uaavsrr. Bnp't Haasllon Union Schools. :
H. 1. Oowoiav. gup't Publio Schools, Bandusky.
John Ltkch, Bnp't Public Schools, Clrcleville.
B. M. SAHroaO, Principal Cleveland femal. Semina
ry. Wk. Mitchiu, Bnp't Public Schools, Mt. Union.
Joan OaoxN, Principal Btate Normal School, Minn.,
sot.. . . .
OranaVaaoar, Principal Todrth Intermediate School,
H. 8. MianM, Sup't Canton Union School!.
. Eoww Hssal, Principal KoNeely. Normal School.
Xu T. Taftar, Prof. Uathematle., Ohio University.
' Wat, W. KdwaBos, Sup't Troy Union School.
A. 0. HoFiuu, Principal West High Sohool, Cleve
8. A. Koatom, Aaioolate Principal High School, Cleve
-TatODORi Stiriwo, Principal High School, Oleve
land. . .-..: -.. ,
R. V. Homrrox, Principal Cleveland Institute.
J. A. OaRriiLD, President of Electlo Institute, Hi
ram. : . - -i
W L HaKru, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan
University. . ' ,
H. H. Baam, Ex-C.mmlsilonerof Oomraon Schools,
Ohio. . .
James Monaom. Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College.
Taos. Hill. President Antlooh College. -
0. W H. Cathcaxt, Prof, mathematici, High
School Owwo. ' ,
8. 0. CacMBAUoB, Prof. Langa.g., nigh School.
Dayton. ; . -
8. M. BaMtit. Sup't Union Schools, Ashland."
ilort AVhs Bia Bvmdrod other Pntfdent of Coll.
gt, Proftttori. Avthort and DMinguUhtd Eduea
tori, ham endorud th ibot tontiment. ;
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
UARtBTra Ooluob 'It If truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
eountry." President Andrews.
Ohio Wblbtah Uxtvusity It exceeds my expecta
tions. It will be my golds la orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for Its neat
and accural, definitions." President Thompson. '
W. B. KexaerreOoLLrow. "Heretofore we have used
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
amity. It wa ded.ied to chime it to conform to that
of Worcester! Boyal Quarto Dictionary." President
Garfield , ,
Wistwh Bltva OolLtoa. 'I find It worthv of
oordUl approaaUoD," President Hltoboock.
Oiraux Oou-aa "It more than meets mv exneeta-
tlona I roc mmend It as the standard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
Morgan. - ,
AjmocH Ootxaoi. 'I arlont and aim to use In teach.
Ing WMlua and speaking, the orthography and pnmun.
ciati a of Woroeatsr'a stoyal Quarto Dictionary.1'
President Bill. k, .. ,
'la all my wiitlDifDaaklna aodtsachlna. I have an- j
earn red to oorrorm to tl rule, for ortt .gravht and
pronuneiatlonae eoitalnrd is Worcester's Dictionary."
Hone. Unnni lata residont.
Kmt- Onuxaa OAJtatsa. -I most cordially reoom
mnnd tt a tbe e.t nlUol. .taoOird autburtt, of the
..tek u. aw.. u U. la now, wrlit.. and spoken."
Piesli'ent Abdi.wi. .
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF. OHIO.
frvm St. Anton canyfA. Oommittiontr of Common
OWVMMe sa voso. :
'The Btottonary li an lmDeriahable monument to the
learning and Indus ry n' I's author, and an honor to the
world cl letters. The mechanical execution la far aun.
rior ts thvt of an aiher Laiieon with which I am as.
lquaiotea,". u , w ' i
0CVIOOW SIS (I0. i
"The most reliable standard authority of the' Ian
gdag.." ;'. , i -u.
..-'eWat'eiB X.' ". I
Jjeadlns Nejwerptiparej of Ohio f$ay
ram th Cletnland Btratd of March 29t
Th. orthography of th. Worcester Dictionary Is tha'
nsed ny most. If not all authors o diitlnction it this
eoontry aad Poglaad. and con'orma to tbe general usage
of ordli.ary writer. nd speakers.
Whatavrr prejudice, may hare existed previously, a
careful .tudy of this volume will Invarlab y be followed
by a warm appreciation of I'S great aerite, a d a desire
re add it to in. wen seieoieo unrary, oe it large or amau,
It I a library In itself, and will reraatn an Imparnha-
ble record of the learning of Its compiler; o u . - .. j -.
trom th Oincinnatl Oomtrwroial of AprO M ' r
Here are upwards of a hundred thousand wort's good,
bad and Indifferent who, multifarious meanings snd
derivations, together with their correct .pelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye The work Is
unquestionably tbe greatest Tbssaurua of English Word
ever puDiunea. ..... .
Iron th Clovtland PlainiUattr ofStpt. 80, 1800.
Evidently Woacxm 's Royal Quaa-ro Dic-noaaat it
net only th la$t, ku4 tAs asrr work ofiXt kind etw
MMti.andcan by no .pots.blllty suffer by eomparlton or
ooatraverty '-' l . - 1 .
. From th Toitdo lad rf Ifay 89.
At ts noNUMoiATioift Woiorma is ths Stajtoarp
followed by our best authors! in definitions be leaves
nothing to be desired and In OaTROotuniT It it sufficient
to say that Woaoorraa oan be safe y followed. i
INOHAin V BRAGG.
Pnbll.her., Bosk.ellcra it Statlonera,
NO 191 SUPERIOR ST., OLITBLAND, OHIO.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT i
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
" - - Of ; ' y '.
Dlrldena Jannary i(l8ai,4SPrCent.
ASSETS... . ..13,8125fl SO.
statement Jannary 1 1861 '
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1900..... 13,400,581 39
Reoelted for Premium dur- ; :
ln tb.iear-le-...;ii....t76S.(a IS ,
Received for Interest during : " t - t"T ' '
in year ihmi xn un m -
Total receln's for 18COij..t 077.007 7t : .
Pald01almabyDeatbSu7,IUU 00. .. .., ,t ,
Paid Policies surren- . i .. ,
dered v 41,111 80 i W "5
Paid 8alariea,.Post- ' ;; jt" . '". i .
age.. Saxes, u- .. , - .
ehani. eto 31.020 54
Paid Qnmmlsslona to ;
Agent 51,335 30 . . ,. , .
Paid PhyHdan' fee. 5,U 7S ' ;
Paid Annultle....... 1,617 00 ' "i.i'n'- ' I. !
Pld ' Dividend dui' i , .,
tog tb year. 100,500 75 505,091 68 411,976 14
Boi Balaica Jannary 1st. 8Cl.T..Vilu.3,819,553 50
Cash hand.......:...-.. 160364 19 - -
Bond and Mortgagee on Real .-.- jrr- -
fUte, wortn oouoi u
amount loaned..... ...... 8.387,841 03
Premium Koto, on PollMe .-'- '
In foroo.Dnly drawing o per ;
ent. interest.. 1.879 B64 17
Ral 1st 90 893 87 '
LoaDioneorlp.. - 5,93144
Premiums. Notsaand Cash, In .
coon. oi transmission.. .. as. Jtj 71 , .
IfSTS Policies In fore, Insuring.. ...n,486,639
1,435 new Pollde bar bean luuad daring tb. year.
. After a careful eelculatlon of tb. present va'ue of th
OUtaUndtng PolJeleoof tb Company, and having th.
weoaesary amount In rsssrv therefor, the Directors
bare dwaiered a DiviDmrD of 49 per cent, on tb. Premt
e peid-ai th. table sate, to all poUetostor life in force,
leaned prior to January U IB60, payablaocordlng to the
promt ml of the Company. v" - -
Rat. fUs all kinds. Life OonUngeude, Prrspect
ni, Batementa, and Application, will be furnished
Ji2JfT5 i f1? Otfic) or Agencies of tb 0om-
1 t.Mit-i BOW. I. ATTBR80rf, PrMldent. '
BMJ70. iath USX1"-m,,d",u -
tmmMWM j. wis " -
'-; - Oolambas.0.
- " DR7 SILKS, of vn grad,'. TM a, .eleet
ii.if.1 m mim vtv, em a
lauai reaa- oaole nni
BAin a kin,
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this 'fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervades tho whole body, end may burst out
in disease on any part of it. . Xo orgnn is free
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
nut destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by merourial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and ilUhy habits, the. depressing vices, and,
above nil, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitutiondcsccndiitg " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
it aeema to be the rod of Him who snys,
will visit tho iniquities of the fathers upon
their children." 1
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, In
the lungs, liver, end internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor.
ruption, which genders In the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not- only suffer from scrofulous com
plaintx, but they have far less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases ; conse
quently vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consumption which de
cimntcs the human family has its origin direotly
iu tltis scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of nil the organs, arise from or
arc aggravated by the same cause.
One qunrtcr of all our people are scrofulous
their persons are invaded by thij lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and , exercise.
Such a medicine wo supply in ,. rri'd r. r
r AYE1YS '
Compound Extract of Sareaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedials that lmve
Wji 'lUrnvrred forthxxrjiiroyionof lbj.i tVi'tl
disorder from the blood, and tho rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for tho cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions, which arise from, it, such as Ewttivf.
and' Skis Diseases, St. Anthony's Fiitu,
Roar., or EitYsirtttA, Pimples, Pi'sTrtxs,
Blotches, Blains and Boils, Tvmoim, Tetthu
and Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Rinowohm,
Uim'MATiHM, Syphilitic andMF.ncuniAr.Dis
r.tsn.i, Dnorsv, Dyspepsia, Dshilitt, and,
indeed, all Complaints auisino mom Vitia
ted on Impure Bi.oon. Tho popular belief
in " impurity of the Hood" is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sawapa
rilln is to purify and regenerate this vilal fluid,
without which srjund health U. impossible. in
contaminated constitutions. -
FOJt THE SPEEDY CURE Or
Intermittent Fever, or Fover and Ague,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fover, Dumb
Ague, Porlodlscl Headache, or Billon.
Headache, and Billon. Fevere, iutleed
Inn; Irs biliary derangement, earned by
tha Malaria of Miasmatic Countries. .
' We are enabled here to offer thn community a
remedy which, while it eurw the above complaints
.i. ... I. . : 1 1 . i , ,
.111,1 wi turnip, i. .mi ueni'uiiv uHiiuies ui nny
quantity.. Such a remedy isanvaluable in districts
where" these afflicting disorder prevail. Ahi
''CL-nu" expel the miasmatic poison of Feveii
and Aoi'K fioin the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaint, but also the cheapest, ihe larc
quantity we supply for a dollar hrintts it within the
reach of every body and in bilious districts, where
FEvr.n asd Aovb prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and prnec
tion. A (rreat superiority of this remedy over Rny
other ever discovered for the speedy and ccitnin
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, Consequently it produce no quini3in or
other injurious odects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had nsver hnd the disease.
lever and Agu is not alone the consequence of
the minsmatio poison. A great variety of disor
ders erise from its irritation, among which arc
Xiurahia, Rkeumntitm, Govt, llwnche, Blind
llfM. 'J'oohac.'ia. Eararhi. Vatnrrh. Atthmn. Pal
pitation, Painful Ajf'ecUon of Vie i'plceu. Hyster
ics, ram in tin uouxn, louc, t arattsis and He
rangem$nt of tht Stomach, nil of which, 'when
originating in this cause, put on ihe intermittent
type, or Uecom periodical. This " Cuue " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cutcs
them all alike. It is an invaluiiblo nrotection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taki.n occa
sionally or dolly while- exposed to the infection,
that will bo excreted from the system, mid t antiot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even moro valuable for protec
tion than euro, and few will aver suffer from Inter-
mittents if they avail themselves of th protection
this remedy affords.- t i .-
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEB & CO., Lowell, Km
R0BBRTS k SAMUEL, Oolnmbns,
And by Drngvist and Dealer everywhere.
CANADIAH ft UNITED STATES UAH
STEAMERS . !
... , TO ANO bTMON ,
Liverpool,' Montreal, Quebec,
.' ' ' . and " '
Th Montreal Ocean Steamship Company' Srtt-claai
ill.poweredOlyde-hailt Bteamer tall every Oat.
nrday from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and
United State Mall and passengers.
NORWBQIAN. . NORTH AMERICAN, '
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON, -
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
Siiorteatt Cneapea and Quickest Con
1MEKICA TO AIL PASTS OF EUBOPK.
KatM of Faasaaoa to TZuvope,
83a 860. 8ao.
Will tall from LIVERPOOL aver Wednesday.
and from QUEBEC every Saturday, ealllng at
LONDONDESRT, to receive on board and lai d Mallaand
Paasengera, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
' irribe tuasns are bout of Inn- In Water-tkht
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention is paia to in convert and accommoda
tion of penger. A they proceed dlrrot to LON DON.
DERY, tb. great risk snd daisy of calling at St. 4 ohn't
Is avoided. .
fllasrow Dasseniere are fnrnlsbsd wllh ran tame
tlokia to and from Londonderry.
Ke-um uoke's granted at reduced rate. '
Certificate limed for carrying to and bringing out pas
senger from all the prlnoipal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rate, by this line of steamers, and
by tb WA8HIM1T0N LINE OP BAIUN0 PAORETS,
leaving wverpogj every weec.
Sight Drafts) lot t and upward pay-
.. "ii.iiu, acoa-
For sutan. afiplv at th Offlc"B!t RHOAfl.
WAY, New York, and IB WAlEH NT..
u'' ' lABEt It HaAStsY Oeneral AginU,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
nolO-lydtW ' Post Offlee, Columbus. Ohio.
, t; Co-Fartnership
I HATE THIS DM ADHI'ITED MV
aoa JAMES ADQERBAIN aa oartner la mv buil.
aess. which will- ttvafter be eonduoted under the firm
ef Bam a bob - - r. uain.w aonta uign at.
OolnmDut.MDU.icoi. - - rt id
flat of Pbaloa' Establlsluaaii, H T) Poprlstore
th. Sew xora raanionafiio stiavtna Hair Oatta
tbampoonlng, Oarllng and Dnesing aalooa Baat Stat.
Lr ttrteti vr tn Poet OfBe where tlifaction will
a. five. . w - u u. wn. nuwm bwona aao
Obildrea'l BaU vrtui WB u u best ttylt.
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER!
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from AMERICAN, ENOLIeH and rilEN'UU Paetorlee.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
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FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
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' Route toi.all tfi sf era .V'itiesj , '-'
Train Leave Columbua as follow :
Leaves Columbns 3 30 A. M. from Union Dep-t. via
mi Hire or Btutnvt - arrive at avilalr . lu xe A.
11 ateubenvlli. 13 80 P M.; P tanurgh. 3 40 P U i
iirrl, .org I 10 A. at.. Via AUntVi, arrives at New
Turk 8 00 A. MJ via fhUad'IMa arrive at Phila
delphia. S 10 A H.;Newtork 10 30 A. U. cootecrs
also at Bsrrlsbnrg lor Baltt jiore, arriving at 7.43 a. Id.
Sleeping- Cars attached to this T'oln
Fron Columbns, run directly through to Bellalr. or
P-ttsburah without change: and Paa-nteri via Allen-
town arrir in New York at 8 A. 11., '
UjTW0 HOURS IN ADVANCE Oy NORTHERN
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This Train also eonneota at Bellalre with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. ;
PITTSBURGH EXPRESS.- .
Leave Columbus 11 81 A M , from Union Depot, via
eteubenvllle: arrlvea at N-wark. 18 SO P. M.I Ooshne
ton, ic.isr. a.; stauoeortlle, o f. U ; Piu.burg i 40
P M ITPThla is tuennly rout, by which Pasennr
otn leave OlnclnDitl at 1 A. af., go tbroogh to Pitts-
Durgn in aayugnt. witnoat enang oi cars or delay.
Leavea Ooluobus 8.1S P. M., from Union Depot, via
"enure; arrives at newarc, s.xj r, at ; zanesviue,
4 33 P. Us Belial re 7 ,ii P. II.) Plt'shergh, 11. SB p.
M.: Harrlsbure. 9.00 A. U.: Ha AUsntown. arrlvaa
at New Tork,4 P. U.; via Philadelphia, arrlTf
rni'iaei nia, i in r. m. new lent, o r, at, xnu
Train also connects at Harrlsbarg for Baltimore, ar
riving at 1 P. U.
This Train runs through to Bollalre or Pittsburg with
out change of Cars; and from Plttabnre there la no
change of Oars to Phi'aderpbla, er via Allentown to
New fork tons offering
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
rniiaaeipBia, or New Yor, wltb only . ,
one change of Cora.
Br this Train Passengers arrive In New Toik five
hour In advance of tb Northern lines. ' '
This Train also connects at Bsllairt with the Baltimore
and Ohio R. R-j , . ; , .
UTTbiS Route Is 80 miles shorter lo Pittsburg,
ana more tntn tuu mile inorter to
New York, than Northern Lloei.
Baggage Checked Through to all im-
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Driving ud itreet tloves, do ". " j,
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London Times on American Affairs
-A Significant Article.
- The American, accustomed to make their
own Interests and reelings the standard ol in
tarnation! laws to repudiate whatever wai In
consistent with their claim to universal domin
ion in the New World; to support at on time
tbe claim Ol authority, at another th indefea
fible right of exi.ting maJorltlej to ilia pre-
oedent or aety tnem, a it uiio taa ciuse toey
favoredare now. In til iDQOoenee and with lull
belief In their, otn coneliteuoy, holding within
six months two opposite loeorie of their own
Constitution, and expecting Englishmen to
change their view Just aa popular feeling In tbe
Slates ha chanead.
.. The dootrlno which we r denoouoed for not
Instantly and eagerly acceding to, date from
the 19th of April, 1861. On that day a procla
mation ol President Llnooln waa received at
New York, calling out large lorce of militia
to combat th 8tceBstoniste, wbo bad just taken
Fort Sumter. ' Tbe . Northerner, who till then
bad been perfectly apathetic, whose leading ora
tors had treated disruption a an irrevereible
event, and whose newspapers bad courteously
advooated the seizure of Canadfi to make np for
tbe lose of the Cotton States, now found in tbe
protpcot of A campaign a euffiolent reaon for
repudiating the conatltutlt nal theory which had
hitherto prevailed . That theory had been fully
enunciated by Mr. Buchanan, and assented to by
tbe leading itateamen of tbe North, and by sons
more completely than by Mr. Seward, who,
while expiesaing a hope that tbeseceders might
be coaxed back, yet acknowledged tbat an ap
Deal to arms waa impossible; and who, even
alter he became MrLlneolu's .Seaietary of
State, repudiated a war policy., qn the ground
that the subjugation of recusant force was ab
horrent to America' principles, and that the
last argument of monarchies was inapplicable
to tbe solution of political difficulties iu a Re
public Tbe revolutionary rU ht 10 Recede was
clearly acknowledged by the President of tbe
United States, tbe authority from wbom foreign
nations are bound to take tbe law on constitu
tional questions relating to tbe Union We
nuy iA.cU, o;o even so far at to say tbat if
0 eat Britain bad, m i. .trength of Mr Ba
cbanan' decision, recognized th. independence
01 South Carolina immediately on b., secession,
tbe act wojld not bav- been a grouol 0I legiti
mate complaint- For nearly lour ninths ibis
view of the case prevailed, and we in rjs eoun
try merely followed in the wake ot African
dlscueaion when we speculated on tbe likelihood
ol tbe Southerners "coming back;" of tb, plant
ers seeing taeir folly In quarreling witj tfaelr
customer, agents, and bankers; ol the attach
ment to the name of America proviap too
strong for sectional interests and electioneering
pique; and of tho lovers' quarrel proving B re
newing of love. .The wboie grievance ol the
Northerner acalnst us I ibat we think as tar-v
tbouebt si week before Tbe "eleolrlu
shook" which tbey deeenbe themselves as bav
ins felt when Sum er lell, waa uolortunately,
as In the case ol the ill lated telegraph; too
oe.k t' be propagated thrunab tba ma of tbe
Atlautio We bare not been startled by tbe
fata ot. Federal troops wbu might have betn
k lied in that celebrated for'rees. tleuce toe
Uovernment and people of ibis country have
retained, ior tbe most part, 'the opinion wblub
the Americana. tbemeelve held and taught n
no o tbe l8th of April, the day betore tbe New
Yoikfiiemeo changed themselves to Zmaves,
aud -tha Herald waa forced to TeOou.ider Its
priBOtpl, a by' aha appauaaoo a touts In front
of It ifflce. II Dei ore mat gate nt roguan
member of Parliament, or any English newe
fwper, had Ventured td mgeat that the new
President tbboM orgarrlz a large) standing
army, blockade 3 000 raiiw of ooat.nd invade
a flouiiaolng rtgion at tb bead oi 150 000 men,
what an outburst of indignation would bave met
tbe Machiavellian ''counsel! How we should
have been reminded that a Republlo rest on tbe
eontentot tb goetnd, not; like the old Bnt-
i-n b.mpire, ou tyranny ana uze; toai to
Southern States were cot a Hiudoatan, to be
recupQoerrd tn a twelvemonth tbat tbe: people
of New York and other eate, of commerce
w,r. not likely to make tbemelvee oatspawa to
carry out Euglaou's Abolitionist scheme's, by
Invading tbe planting State, and enoobraglsg
Lit nisger to rebel against their ma-rtere! la'
abort, it would bare baon triumpbautly demon.
i rated tbat our Sjsaoatny tor the federal au
thority was only affected with the dlabollo.l
purpose ot embroiliug tb two eeotlont of tbe
American' neunlt. Y.t btTbau-o front a sudden
aooess of patriotic feeling, tbe Northern popula
tion are orvanizing a descent ou tbe South, we
are expected to forget all tht deoeooy and pru
dence ol international lnnroourse, and join in
bounding, on the invader! .Tbat tbe people ol
tbe North should be unable to control tbeir an
ger at finding th-tl an Independent foreign pow
er doee not commit itseli to demonstrations of
hostility against ten millions ot civilised men
witb whom it has no quarrel, and whose right
to Independener, though now denied, were ad
mltted by the North itself sfsw weeks ago.
shows to what a point of Irritability the Amen
cans bad been brought by years of prosperity
and success. -
This country has chosen its course, and is not
likely to depart from it. : That the Americans
should ' expect ns to be swayed by any atrocg
feelings of attachment to the United 8 tales
Government, argues an extraordinary forget
fuineae of what tbe conduct of tbat Government
ha been to us on all ocoaslons. While our be
havior to tha people of the United States has
been always conciliatory, it is no exaggeration
to sty that tbeir Government has been uniform
ly hostile and ungenerous beyond any buropean
precedent, except perbapa tbat of tbe flrat
FrencE Empire. In our European dispute our
statesmen, when called upon to face hostile de-
have always been haunted by the tear
of faaviug tbe Amerioan Government on their
backs i Is the paltry quarrel they fixed oa ns .
in tbe business ot tbe enlistment, or tne tone of
Mr. Seward's tpeeche. likely to rouee ns to en
thusiasm in tb cause of the Government at
WaehinittonT Neutrality strict neutrality
Is all tbat the United States Government oan
claim; and, aa we maintained neutrality in tb
Italian War, when all our sympathies war
awakened, much more shall we maintain it
when we look. on a: struggle where our judg
ment still walla for further iniormalion, and
where w shall assuredly not reioto in the mil
itary tucoesa of either party. 1. uu t . '
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Patriotism and Abolitionism.
Tbat inestimable patriot and ardent friend of
"lb union, tbo oonstitution and , tb laws."
wbo represents tbs Cbioago platform at) tb otn
r end xif the nndergrouud railroad in other
words, Jaitbu R, G dJlugs, Mr.' Llnooln 's
Consul General for Canada is writing to the
New York ..Tribune urslng tha freelns ot tb
lave a tbe flrat purpose of th war, . There ie
certainly nothing now or Strang in this; It Is
th consummation to which tha labors of hi life
bave beo directed To bim and to hi party,
this war would be frultlee without this result,
and dissolution iuflnltelj prelerabl , Neither
doee th venerable agitator mlerepreient, tb
party wboee accredited agent be la In a loreign
country, ne drew op tbe platform of tbe Pbll
adelphia Republicah Convention with his own
hands, declaring tb unconditional equality of all
raoee of men and olaaeing tlar.ry and polygamy
together a "twin relic oi barbarUm. . laoom
mun with hi party he Indorsed Helper's book,
which distinctly and emphatically announces the
purpose of tb party to abolish slavery at ail
batardsand 'by aueb tooane aa God bas given
os. He bae oiformiv oouoeelled rentno to
th fugitive iiave law and publicly eungratalat
cd the Oberlin rescuers apoo their tuceeeatul r
siewnce to tbe law, regretting only tbat they
had nut killed tb martbal woo waa diicbarging
a dut) be bd .wotn t pertorm.ri 1 r "
Te cay tbat Mr- Otddieg dee not rpreent
th seoiimeuu 01 tne Aam-nattration which ae
creduod bim, I to tgooro tb btatorr aad bro-
fexiooe ot tbat party aud to aiultify their set',
n wis B SBiuowivagea iraaer n to party
an active participant in the Philadelphia and
vnioago oonveutioue, an I is now a part nnd par
cel of tbe Administration, owlns hie position ex
clusively to bl party principle and party cer
vices. The Administration baa neither dis
claimed or rebuked these leotimeute. Tbe N
Y. Tribune which pubii-be and Indorses
these sentiments, and which but a hort time
inoe openly advocated a dissolution of tbe
Union as tbe most expeditious and direct mean
of dissolving tbe connection ol the government
witn slavery has been indorsed by tbe Admio'
Istration lo tbe most practicable and uu mistake
able manner In tbe appointment of three ot it
editors to government positions of bonor and
The New York World, which joined with tb
iimee lo recommending revolutionary jneasun-s
in prosecuting the war a .ubverslon .of the
uonsuiutiou ana a military dictatorship has
been indorsed by tbe Administrationnot only
b being selected as the tlilciat paper in New
York, but lo editor in chief bas beeu appointed
a Brigadier General In tbe army.
Gen. Webb, of tbe Courier, In a series of
able and well considered artioies on the condi
tion of tbe country, took the ground tbat this
war could not be successfully prosecuted and
terminated without a material change la our
form of government; tbat the confederate sys
tem bad proved a failure, and he tberelore ad
vocated the abolition of Siate Governments and
ibe establishment of a strong central govern
ment with tbe power to compel ohedleooe and
regulate the domestic ioetituiionsof the several
aeotions according with tbe Lb ooln doctrine that
"a bouae divided against itself cannot stand."
Tbat this revolutionary doctrine was received
with no disfavor by tbe Administration is evi
denced by tbe fact tbat the author was rewarded
by an appointment to an important foreign mis
sion. ... ;
In view of these facts it becomes a matter of
serious consideration whether we are fighting
to maintain tbe constitution and the laws or to
enforce the dogmas of a party by the overthrow
of tbe constitution and In deflue0f all law
If tbe Ad mioi.tr tion le sincere' in its declare
lions, wby does it give aid and comfort to those,
and almost exclusively to (bote, wbo bave here
tofore violated tbe constitution. e ff)d at and
defied; tbe lawe and now openly advocate the
subversion of both? These are faote for Dem
ocrate and all conservative men to well consid
er, befoie throwing up their party organization,
and submitting iberueelves unconditionally lo
tbe control of a party which exhibits (ucb ten
dencies. - Remember tbat ''oternal vitfilance l-
tbe price ot liberty," and that ibe liberties of
the people are never In greater danger than
when a military spirit rules the councils of the
nation. Afif PrtundN-m
Thought She "Might be Induced."
flurry, and nrged a stay to dinner; but the Col
pottems, onel felt obliged to be on tbe move homeward,
At last he waa at tbe door, and offered bit baud
for a parting ereesuro.- The widow cleaned: it.
Tbe fraternity of widows bas been Israel
dratted upon for material to point morals and
adorn tales and storlea. Tbe story 1 am about
to relate happened or perhaps did not happen
and was a standard joke with a famous wag
so many years sgo tbat it can do no barm now
to relate It in print, as he often did in the so
cial circle, somewhat in this wiee:
A relative of Daniel Webster, whom we will
call Col Webster, bad tbe mlstortune to lose
bis wife, to whom be was tenderly attacbe I He
hs ooaracerized by much of tne coolness, wu
and shrewdness of tbe family. Time gradu-
II J otbed hi grief, and finally he felt suffi
cient!) lonely to de.lre tbe companionship ol a
witeoue more. In th course ot cobversaiioi
on tb bj.c, D.mel r-u.jne.ttd tbat the widow
of aoearjueud of the Culonel would uit bi
case very satislac'only, and advised him to
make a move in ibat direction.
- The Coboel puudered. over the matter, bd
came to lavorable conclusion He was not
acquainted, wi b the lady, aud indeed bad never
even teen brr, but tbe cboioe of 10 exoehent a
man a ni f,ieud be leu perenaQed moat be'
wormy, on tor Him- Aoeurdinglt. urged by
iauiei, oe trade au early start to visit the wid
pw and propose bis suit Arrived at her house.
which its -in a New Hampshire village, be
Bpujogiaea lorany seeming freedom on bis part
ut waning, ana pleaded, in exeuse, bis lntimaOj
witb her deceased lord. He was eraciun.lv r
ceived and Invited to remain A view of the
dame and anf evening neiit with ber did not
prove a propitious aa his bopee bad ltd him" to
exoect. tbooood lad wan lull at her .rlmir.
tioo and teuder.ropmorieedTher deceased hus
band, In whom' ber bean seemed S ill wrapptd
Ma. T I t. . r -, M . .
up.j iuuiii,vi sue ueaa me tuionel cur-
oii ly joined; but be felt an awkward diaioeii
nation to take 10 ble boaom a wife whose love
was so ardent and warmly devoted .0 tba mem
cry of a predecessor
However, tbo Colonel waa a matter-of-fact
man; and having come cpn special business,
be ooooluded to aco-.mplieh it, and take tbe baz
ards. Accordio. ly, about tbe time for retiring,
be opened bis subject, stated the purpose of hie
visit, and bis belief tbat they could increase
th'ir mutual happiness by 9lliug tor each other
tbe place of their deceased partners.
Hereupon tbe widow burst into violent weep
ingwas surprised he hid dared doaucb a thing
conld never love another man would never
wed again, never would consecrai ail her lite
to Ibe dear, dear loved one, so cruelly torn from
her arms and now In the eold, cold grave nud
0 00; In shall I say HT widow fasbloa 1
Tbe pooi Colonel, grieved and aatoubded,
though not altogether dissatisfied, apologized
earnestly - He w lonely and felt the beed of
companion, had cherished th friendship -of
her husband, wbo waa hie intimate Irlend had
thought tbeir onion might bo mutually deslra
b'e and benefloial and mad quite a lengthy
speech, in slf vindication ani 10 soothe the
disturbed leelings of tb unhappy lady and
finally she dried ber tears and ceased her lam
entatlons, and the scene was closed by the Col
onel's retiring to bed. 1 '- , '
In the morning the widow had recovered her
peace of mind, and was all attention, gracious
nets and smiles to the good Colonel lie bore
himself with the amenity of a courtly gentle
man, and, as soon as breakfast was ended, pre
pared 10 start, id widow seemed in a mighty
bald it for a moment, trembled, btnabed. turned
h ns sir nmn. ann fffintiv mnritiiiMui . i.-.i
"Well, Colonel, I have been tblaklng of of.
01 wnat you said, sua 111 lAm I miya
induced!" ' ,.r-:
The Colonel wave her a half nuirifrmf li.lf-
serious look, and, replying with "Good morning,
maaam,-- eaterea 01s cnaise, ana icit tpr home
an instructed man. - . , ;!
The Man with a Snake in his Hat.
Dr Dixon, in bi New York Monthly Scalpel,
states tbat a gentleman of tbe highest veracity
related to him-the toilowiog snake story, which
beats anything we have lately read 1
. Going Into a very publio ordinary for bis din
ner, be was surprised to observe tbe extra ears
with which a gentleman who took theeeat op
posite him, took off bis bat; iher turned bis'bead
as 'Dearly upside down ae possible .without
breaking his neck; then placing his hand, ever
tbe inside of bis hat, be again turned it, and
releived Its oarefully guarded contents, conceal
ed bt a pocket handkerchief, in bts hand; then
gently laying tbe back of hi hand on tbe cush
ion, he elid tbe hat and its contents eff. and
Commenced dinner Tb attention of my Iriend
was Irresistibly directed toward the bat; and
his surprise greatly incroaeed, th reader, may
well imagine, on observing tb head of a aire
ble enake tbrutt out aad looking .sharply about
bim. Tbe gentleman peroelvitag tbe discovery,
suurrsieu uiui; ; ,. ;
"My dear sir, J was in hopes to have dined
alone, and not to annoy any one with my poor
pet - Allow mo to expiatni - ner la perfectly
harmless; only a oommoa black snake. 'I waa
advteed to carry bim oq my head lor a rheum
tlsm; I have doue so for a few week, and, I am
cured, positively cured oi a most ag(mitug
malady - I dare not yet part with him;. the
memory of my sufferings Is too vivid; all wry
car le to avoid dieoorery, and treat my pet aa
well at possible In his IrkVom confinement I
feed bim on tuilk and BR,ud be does not
seem to sufrVf 5 ' Pardon me for the adbovabee-u
tyou bave betid my tory.1 tl is true, I am
thanktur to tbe informer for mt Oarer and to
yoo for your courtesy IE not leavibg vour dfn-
ner oieguatta, - "
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