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Hachiic ;Mannfactnriag Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
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Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at OreaUlo with th PItTSBUBOB, IT.
. ' WAYS! 0BI0A00 BAILBOAD
For Pittsburgh, Philadtlpkia and BaUinwr. AIM
: for Tort, Way ont Chicago.
Ponaaeting at Clerelvid with the LAKB BH0RI KAIL-."...-''-
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' For Dunkirk,. ButfaIOy Albany II o a-
" THREE TRAINS DAILY,
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,, JEXCIPI BUNDAT,
. ; Iron Columboa, in onnectlon with Train on th
"little in i Aim and coLrmtBC
i . .. AND XENIA RAILROAUS.
h, .,.-, 1 flBl TRAIN. ..:
" MIQDT EXPBEBS.-teaTea Columbae at 3.40 A, Mr
Will leave paaae&iera at all atauana aouLb of uniuB,
(toy at Delaware, Aehley, Cardingtan aod Oilrad, and
. .11 ... firm. nn.lh nt Om.Uim. arrlwln rinv.l.nd
"' ati0UA. M- DnnkirklOO P. U.i BuOal 4S1P. M.
r ' Albany 2.10 A. M., New York 8:3i An M.. Bolton 3:30
1 P. M., PlttAnrgh via OreatUa . 3;S0 P. U , Phlladl
. pblaSilO A. M, Chicago via OreetUot et7:O0 P, M. .
r v . i . :. . SBOOIf D TBAIK. .
TORE-EXPRESS LeeTrt Coinmbui at 11:10
'''a.m. Will (top atLewIt Centra, (for Whit Sulphur
- . Springe), Delaware, Cardlngton, Gallon, Oreatllae, Shel
b. New London, Welllniton and Orafton. arrive at
01 ere land at 3:35 p. m.; Dnnklrk, 8:50 p. m.i Buf
i (klo, 10-.M p. n : Albany, 8: a. m.; N.wloik, 1:45
p. a. Boatoa, 4:40p.m. Thli Train oonnecta at Bhet-
i by for Saodonky, ana at Giafton tor Toledo, arriving at
Toled at o:o p. m. .
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V MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION-"-Leave Columboa
,- MS.W p. Will atop ai all elation Bouth o(
blby, aad at Maw Londoa, Wellington, Arafton,
i aad Beraa) arriving al uwveiano' at :au p. m.; dud
kirk. 1:00 a. a. : Buffalo, 3:80 a . m. I Albany. S 80 p. m.
NewYork. 7:80 p. m.: Boatop, 11:45 p.m.; Plttaburgh,
ca Omtlln. at lie. o.-. ranadeipnia, l:uo p. m
v. Chicago, erta Ortetline, i:45 a. m. Ihte Train enneola
at khelby for Sandaaky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
.aia:r,a. .. L-u . ... . ...
'patent Bleeplngf Cars are ran on all
i Hignt Trains to cnioago, flew t
V V t ; iTork and Boston. ' - ' i
j :'Sagtagt Oiecitd Through to Urn Tort om( ' Bottoh
via uewana; alio, to ruaattpni ana
i 'rjf; a. jkm lorkria Omilin. ' , i s
Vi ''' '. ' J.;fiTORNIN O. . V t ;
Nliht Bnma arrives at Oolumbui at. .. 11:15 P. M. '
i . OiaolneMatl atmreea arrive at Oolumba at 10:50 A. M
k " Aeaoauradatloa Izpress arrival at Oolurolrae at 7:50
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t Fait) ata Lw aa by any other Houta.
Atl for Ticlrtivia Or til line or Cleveland.
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Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent, .
t uoiumau, yniq,
Oolumbui, June 17, lPffl.
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Jttjtapeaadty. fr,.rjirt Yr-.rry U
;aprM.'i fXVXW) Ba.'aS'Seuth High strset.
ne,siBvuin a.uii baabbt. i i..
m n. mnl.mtwl wit,-- .-.-..-. 1
t ' iUWlaltfcoali! 'a aew make wf "HOOP SKIBT8
ftnlslMd in a aiaansr fas supsrlor to any yt, Intndsced
DUlABILiTr AND GRACEFtJtNESSil'
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The; lateaWIlit'LargestIlie Sett.
xne Cheapest Beotuie tho Beit, ,
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l t tfl Buti" SminmiEdwatort ot Ohio.
"Tub BEST ENGLISH DICTIONARY 1XTAHT.
' Library Men Evrrytthtn, J
t -."Beiev era upwwdi at I Tfnnlred Thousand Words,
wns muui ranees miaiin eaa derivation, toreuer
Rtai tht Dteltiont of Iho Htmbtri of th Ohio Staff
Th nndenMed, members of Ui Ohio Stat teaahen'
Aisodatlon. adoDt and elm to in In teachlnc. wrltinf
and speaking, th orthography aad pronnaoiatloa of
noTOeiier-a botbi vuarto iiicuonary, ana we aaeat r
dlally recommend it aa the moit reliable atandard an-
inotity 01 the Bnclish Uonare. aalt la now written and
Loarat Anoaswa. PrUDt Kenvon Oolleie.: -;( i'
M. D. LiooaTT, Baperlntondent Zaneavlll Bcaools.
inos. n. ujjivky, aap t siaee! Ion union acaaeis.
M. P. Oowmar, Sup'tPnbllo Bohoola, Bandaaky,
John Ltmcb. Buo't Pubilo Schools. Oirolnlll. - -
B, N.ianreaa, Principal Cleveland, lemal Bernlaa-
wa. alrrcatiL, Bup't Publlo Schools, Ht. Union; .
John Uodin. Priac oal Bute Normal School. Minna
OraosNaaoN, Principal fourth Intermediate-School,
ClnoUnati. , j . i - lA l t
m. b. AiAaTtN, Bup't canton Union schools. ., ,
BnwiN Bsaat, Principal McNeely Normal School.
' Xu T. TaitaN. Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
n, n. JiDwasds, aup t iroy union ccnoou . i . -i
A. 0. Borairte, Principal West High Bchoal, Oleve-
una. v l ,
B. A. NoaTOH, Associate Principal High School, Cleve-
ImmA ........... . . . J . .JJ.i.
THtoboM Stirmko, Principal High School,, OlaveJ
land. , . '"I
R. P. HuallsTON. Prlndnal Cleveland Initltuta.
J. A. OAkruLS, PioilJent of Elactio loatltute, El
W. Ii. Haaau, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyaa
' H. H. Bashst, Sx-Cmmlsstonrof Common fkheols,
unio ' '
Jakbi Moxaoa, Prof. Bhetorls, OberUn College
Thos. Dill. President Antlooh College.
O. W. U. Oatuoat. Prof. Mathematics, High
Bokool, Dayton. ---'
B.- O. CaoMBAtiorr Prof.' Xangil, High Bchoal,
' a. n, Baaam, Bup't union schools, Ainiana.
Hon than Sim Stmdrti othtr PrttidtKU 0 OoTU
ott, Proftuor; AutKort and DUUngvlthtd Xduca-
tort, nav4 tnaorita ui aooxt tmamtm,
PRESIDENTS O1 COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MniiTTA OoLttaa -4'It 1 truly a magnlfloent work,
anhoaor to th author, trie publisher i, and the whole
aounuy. jr resident Anarewi
Oato Wtauraa Unvtasrrr .-It exceeds my expects
Hons. It will be my auMe In erthoaraphy and pronnn-
clation, and will Rabe eonraltad by me lor it neat
aad aooosata deAnlUMa." Fmidenl Tbompsoa.
W. B. Bcuotmi Ooujwb "IleT-rtofora wa bar aaad
Webeter'a orthogmphy. At a recent meeting of onr
Faculty, It waa decided to chanie It to conform to that
of Worcester's Boyal Quarto Dictionary." President
Warm RnzRva Oourai. "I find It worthy of
cardial approbation.;' Resident Hltoococa
OintiN CoLLto. "It more than meets my emecla
tlons. I recommend It u the standard authority In
ortboepy to my abildron and my pupils." rrasioent
gaa.., . I. i ii .
. Aimoca Cotiros. -"I adopt and aha to ae In traoh
Ing, wrltingand aaeaklag, the orthography aad pronun-
ctauon or Worcester Moyal unarto. Diotiobary,.''
rresident mil. . ,'- '
"In all my writing, speattoz.ttnd teachtnirrl hkW en
deavored to conform to tb rules for orthography and
pronunciation aa contained la Worcester's iiicuonary
Horace Mann, lata President. n
. EurroN Couaea, OAaam'I motteoetllally rrcom
moad (taatheraoat reliable atartoaraathrity of the
English language a It ; la new wtltten aad spoken."
riestdeat Aadrawi.' v.
SCHOOL. COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.:
From Pm: Anton Smyth, OmmUtiontr of Common
. - SaJuttllM t Ohio. .
"The DlcHontrv la aa annarlehabl mraameat Id the
learning and Industry of Ita author, aad an honor to the
world or tenant Tnemermniicai execution ia tar supe-
vrior to that ot any otcer Leaicoa wiin wnicn a ara aa.
r-om Bon. B. Bi Samty, S&OmmUtiontr
ocnooi tn vaio
"The most reliable standard authority of the lan
guage." . ... r- .-, ,
WHAT TBI ' '
TtiiriLii NeiwarrTeraj of Ohio Say
: from Ii4 CltvtlaitS Strati of March 88.
The orthography of the . Woroester Dictionary Is that
used by meat, If not all, authors of distinction In this
country and Ingkvnd, and conforms to tb general mage
or ordinary writers ana speaicere.
Whatever prejudice may have misted prevlonily,
oareful stodv of this voroma will Invariably be followed
by a warm eppreeteUoa of Its gnat atetitav aad a desire
to aaa it to me we u seasctea library, oa u urge or amau,
It la a library iattaclf, and -wilt remain an Imperisha-
kls neom or tne leaning or it compiler. , i . ,
iron th Oinoimtati Gommtrtialqf April SO
Bar at flfowavde of A hundred thousand worde ood,
bad and iBdiaaorenta-wbo- multilarloa meanlnga and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are aet clearly nerore me aye. -ine wora
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
. Mrom fUOtovtUmi Pla&donUr 6ept. SO, I860.
Evidently WoKcasraVs Bovaa Quarto Dicttoxabt
not only IA uuU otU tht aarr saarA of IA Anruf seer
ua,anacaa By, no possiDiuiy auner, By comparison
rrom fto TbUdd Bladt of Hay 29
At to raoacaciATtoN. Woactma is ths Stanbakb
lollowadi tar ear beat authors; ha deflnltiona he leaves
nothing to be desired, and In OaTHoeaaraT It is sufficient
to say that woacxaraa caa ue aaieiy louowea.
1NOHARI tc BRAGG, ,
,MO. J0LJ9UPIBI0R BT.J C1ETBLAND, OHIO.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT;
DltldentijTannarr I l801,45Pr Ceat
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Stateaaeat Jaiaaarr 1, iseis
Balance, per imtanterA JanT 1st, 18.0. 'i ii. 3,400,5J
aeoaiTea tor fractions . aur
ing the year 10 ...S76J,Q5 Si .;,:
Received for Interest daring . . ,
the year 1800 xk.oh
Total receipts ior icwumiviwi h
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taam ste..... 81.GS0 S4 -
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Paid Oommissieee to ' '
PaM PhytMant' fees, ,' S.vaS 75
raid AenflHiee...!. i,irm
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3 Met Balaioot January ht. m.'.V.'.i'.l
hmv-' ,-i vvo-u .ASSETS. '
Cash on hand..'.........'... $0,G284J9 ,
Bonda and Mortgages on Real
Beats,-vrertb; Umibr the
araoaal loaned..... A1S7.B4I 68
Premlosa NoUa, a Polioiaa
In force, only drawlnt 0 nar .
eeai. Interest.. ItTO.Pe 17
Baal BstataMAS.a.nate.i t- fiO.803 87
Loans on Borlp..........w.i. ,j i,9jl 44
Premiums, N otea and Cash, In , , ,
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course 01 sranamuaioD.... aa.Mj 79
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T.8T5 Policies In fores, toiurlne;..;,'"M6i4l.8.638
1.4B5 atw Policies Have been Isiusa dortni th
After a eartral calculation of the present nine ot
eoai tending Polices ef the Ceajy, and bavtng
MOAixtry omtntni la leterv therefor, tb Olrectora
Imv declared a Divmora or 43 per oaab oa tb Presal
aaa eeld at th table rates, to all policies for life In to
teeacs prior to January 1, 1860, payable aooordlng to
DrMeni rul of tha CoBrpaav. - - i - ''
- Bats for all kin ill of Mie Ocntlngenole, Prostieet
aaaa, S Uteaaeoa, . and). Aapllcatlon, wUl b fnntahed
wixaour euAs,at topiacesiAgeaciesrt th
0 .1'stirtij HOBf . Hi TAtT880, Preildeat,
, . . i , ftuov aa, vtaa riesioeni
B(N;. 6,MIiLER,,8ecrtarii- u )r.n- i
T " II. ,M, II EESOlf, Agent, '
io nmu'v -iacv.1 ' No, Johnson Block,
r- Man SB, IWlt " -
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tiX A iK A W Bit f lQCaBBLACk
X. - BBSS SU.KS,.-4 everv rnM. Sheaaeal
aaaortmaat la tb sUr. aad at saest aaaseveM vatss.
. , . . im -.. . l - -! n.-' BA1M tt SON.
1 , aprill He. 88 SowU Ulgh street.
A compound remedy, 3esigiia; to bo tliobt
effectual AUtrotiv tliAt.cao. ljfl.siade, j.Jt i
conceutratod .extract ttl fam.fiarsapariUa,
so combined with.ouier, aubttanoei of still
greater alterative power an to afford an eSccr
tiva anuuota wr itu waeasci .Danapatuia? w
reputed to cure;, Ik 1 balisved thot-aucb
remedy ia wanted by ,those who luffur from
Strumoua complaints, and that one which will
abcompilah their pure, must prove oi uraneBat
service td thia lare claw of our afflicted fellow
citlzmi, . llow completely this compound wUl
do It baa been proven by experiment on many
complaints: . , f -f..., . -, 1
Scrofula' and ScnopoLoua' Couplainw,
EnuPTiom and EuuPTiva Dubases, Ulcbus,
Pikplei. Blotchm, Jouoaa, , SALT Khium,
Scaxq IIbad, SiPHtLia akp StpujlHio Ap
FECT10N8. MfincnntAL Diseasb, Ubopst, Ifnc-
BAXQIA ob Tic Docloobbux. Dibilitt, TUi
PEPaiA akd Inciosstion. avsirsiA9, Rosa
or St. Abthomv's Fibb. and indeed the whole
claaa of complaint aiMinf jtrctn iwi'ttiTT or
jrjn Blood, j ; -. r -. Ai
Tliuv oomoound will tiertiuna a error, pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel , the foul huraora wnicb tetter in tne
blood at that season of tne Tear. i uy tne tune
ly apubion of them many Tatifclinj disorder!
ara nipped in the- bad. Multitudes can, by
tha aid of thia xeirody, (par fhomaelvcs from
the endurance of foul eruption and ulcerous
aorea, through which ths ayBtcm win strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
thia through tlif natural channels of tho body
by art alterative' medicine. Cleanse out the
Titlated blood whenever you find its impurities
tmratlne tlirouen the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores ; cleanse It when you find it ia ob
structed and slumnsh in the veins : cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feeling will tell
vou when. ' liven where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, fhr cleansing tha blood. Keen the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of lifo disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
. . - . . , , . p
must bo wrong, ana .iue great macninury o
lift is disordered or overthrown. .. , ! . :
Sarsaparilla has. and deserve much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world lias been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many, preparations,
pretending to be. concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. '
During late vears the publio nave been imt
lo by large bottles, protending to give a quart
ot iixtractor sarsaparilla loronaaouar. axost
of these have been frauds upon the tick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properues whatev
er. . Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of tho various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itsclt is justly despised, and lias become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy aa shall rescue the
name i'rom the load of obloquy which rests
upon it, - And we think wo have ground for
behoving it lias virtues which arc irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. ' In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously token according to -directions on
the bottle. - . ' -1 - " i
.... prepared by - ".
DR. J.i C. AYEB & CO. '
! 1 LOWELL.. 'MASS.
Price, $1 per Bottle 1 Six Bottle for $3
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the car of
every variety of Throat und Lung Complaint, that
It 14 entirely unnecessary for lis to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not uo more tuan
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may bo relied on to
do tor tucir relist oil it lias ever been louna to ao,
"Ayer's .Cathartic Pills,
' '- rOB THE CUBE 07 j
Coitivtness, Jaundice, " Dyspepsia,' IndigctHon
Dytmvttnj, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas,. Headache,
Film, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Sinn Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Tumors and
Salt luimm,' Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, at
Dinner Pill, arid" for Purifuina tht Blood.
- Thev are ugaT-coaMd. ao that the most 'sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they ore the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic. i ;
Price 25 cents per Box ; Fivo boxes for 51.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent tneir
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, nut our space nere win not permit tne
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our AMIRlCAir Almanac in which they
are given) with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. . . . . 1
Co not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparation they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and tako no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it. ..-,
All our remedierare for sale by j .
. X0BEBT8 as SAMUEL. Ooliuubua. j
And by Sngglats aad Scalers vrywhre. .
Bovwiya.twaw , '
CAUADIAB ft UimED STATES KAH
... ... tO AND FBOlSj 1 -:
LONDONDERRY, r GLASGOW,
Liverpool," Montreal, Quebec,"
Tha Montreal Ocean BteamihlD Comnanv's flret-olasa
fall-powered Olyde-ballt Steamers sail every Sat.
araay from POBTLARD, carrying tb Canadian
United Bastes Mail ana paASWfors,
,., KOBWBOIAN. , 1 NORTH AMBRIOAH,
B0H1UUN, , ANQLO-SAXON, . 1
' NORTH BRITON, . HIBERNIAN, ,
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LONDONDB&Bx, to raoetve on board and land Alalia
Passensera. to aad from Ireland and Scotland. 1
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compartments, carry each sn experienced Surgeon,
every auenuoa a pais so ue ramiors ana accommoaa-
uon 01 Daaswnfrera. am tueyDroceaaoireea w tiunuun.
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Hcteta to ana irom iionaonaerry. 1
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mn rroal all th principal town of Or t Britain
Ireiaad, at tedeosd rates, by Ibis line of steamers!
by the WAalAAttUXUM feiNa v bau.iii paobjitb,
leaving Liverpool verj week, . a?f
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Koute to all Eastern Cities I,
Trains Leave Colunbus as follows ;
-' ''.'' MORNINd KSPRKS3 ' .''J j'
Leaves Colunbos 3.30 A. M. front Union Depot.
Belial re or Staabenvlllei arrives at Bellalrs. 10.80
M. ; Bteubeavllle, 13.S0 P. M. : Pittsburgh, S.0 P.
Barrlsburg, 1.10 A. M.I tia JUlmtovm, anlvea at
York 8.00 A. it.; Ha PMladtlpMa, arrives at Phils,
delpbia. 5. 10 A. tt.; New York, 10.30 A. M. Oonnecta
also at HarrMorg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.4$ A.
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Froln Oolumbui, ran directly through to Bellaire
Plttaburgh without change; aod Pasiengers via Allen-
wwn arrir in new I or a at OA. Al.,
1OTW0 B0UB8 IN ADVANCE OP N0RTHBBN
- , - - ' AilNEB. " : .- ...
Thia Train also connects at Bellaire with
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. '
PITTSBUROH EXPRESS. io
Leaves Columbus 11 S3 A. M , from Union Depot
Bteubenvllle; arrlveeat Newark, l'i.50 P. M.; Coahee
toB.a.13 P. M.; Bteubenr 8 P. M.; PitUbnrg,
P. M. ITPThls Is the only route by which Passengers
cin leave uiocinnau at 1 a. ai., go tnrougn to ruts
burgh In daylight, without cieoge of oars or delay.
. .. h',3w.., ,- PABTLIN1. . i' .
Leaves Columbus 8.15 P. K., from Union Depot,
nenaire: arnvea at Newark, J..J e. U.t I6anesvllle,
4 S3 P. M.; Bellaire .7 .55 P. M.I Pittsburgh. ll.Si
M.; Barrlsburg, S.00 A. hi.; ria AUenlovm, anlvas
at New Iork,4 P. M.; via Philadelphia, arrlrts-
Pblladclphla. UO P. M.i New York. P. XI. .
Train also connects at lUrrlsbarg lor Baltimore,
all P. M. ' . .
: im Train runs tnrougn te Bellaire or Plttibnrgwlth-
at eoanae of oara: and from Pittaharr there la
change of Oars to Phlladilphia, or via Allentcwn
new xora iQuaoneimg, 1 j- t ;t ):
The ooly Route from Colnmbus to Baltimore,
rmiaaeipma, or ncv Yarn, with only
. : is '. one change of Car. -
By this Train PatsenMra arrive b Hw'vk
aourc In advanoa of the Northern lines.
Thia Train ale connect at Bellaire with tha Baltimore
anaumojt.ft, ....f; ,.;u -t 0 ' ot
PThls Route it 30 mile shorter to Pittsburg,
. uu'muTs inarr iuu mues snorter to .
-'i Yorki than Northern Xilnm.
Baggage Checked Through ta 'ali
: f vj kportani Joints Jsait.-fl
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fer either Konte
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i Gen. Ticket Agent-Central Ohio R.
f . uirnnntuutu
TJFen Ticket Agent Bteubenvllle Short Liner,
Vvi ,lHl.UniU, OHlO,0li
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ether aad Bobber Betting, laoa Leatliar, Bo
s mats?.,;; Ic T-.i".rnu m-t'.w abl-diy
Noveltta In Neck Tiea and BcarN. ' ' -A ' 0 L i.
Bvroa and QarroU Qollan.
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r Parla Kid Qlevea, superior make.' -
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Prlvthg snd Street Oloves, do . ,,-,V ....
1 1 ? Uearaed Peeket BandlnrchlelY, Vrioui styles,
rHaM il use and Under Oamwala, ' - -
BAIN at BON,
aprllS No. 89 Bouth High street.
The Ohio Statesman
1 1 . ... t 1
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btllyi per ear. 1 , 1 - l,lllll,IIMM .L,,8 00
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Disunionism of the Journal.
Immediately after the election of Mr1. Lfn'ooln
the New York Tricea did all in 1U power to
favor disunion the separation of tha free and
alave Utatea,' W quote brier extract from an
article vabieh appeared ii that leading mouth
piece el the Republican party, a soon a the re-"
anltof the Presidential election wa known, to
ahoa the polioy it endeavored to Imprest ppoo
tne eeontryt ,-. -i" nva -a v ' ,.
:S'W benevetiia eoneiaefabie -section or our
Unata aball deliberately resolve tg"EOout, "we
shall realit all ceeroive meastfres deaignad to
keep It Id. ' W hope never to live in a republlo
whereof one leolioa Is pinned to ths residue by
Dayonet. i.j . i j "'"
Tnuaenument aa forthwith indorsed b the
7or aai, the little satellite of the Tnbun in
this city, provios; it to be aa troe tb the proto
type aa tbeaeedle to the pole. A sooa as the
iriu( artiole appeared. the Journal followed
ita lead aa follows:- ' - l ..''-".,
Of what valoe will a Union be that peed
Link of bayonet-and bullets to hold it to
gether. If-eey State will go from os, let It
go."- .!! i ',- ;i.n..-.
we could quote similar exprestion from oth
er leading Republican paper to prove that dit-
anion wa tb first policy of the KeDubl lean
party immediately- after its triumph. That
such wa tb view accepted by the Jiurnal a
not only the policy of it party, bat of the coun
try, oalmnly and deliberately expressed, it Is
coly necessary to quote the following extract
iromtoat prim in connrmation tnereoii ' "
U Boutn Carolina pretend to be an iodeneod-
ent goveroment, she muir control ber own port,
ana ir w blockade tnem she mm; drive 01
00 1. It I a absolutely necessary to her nation
al existence a the air is to Individual exist
ence." '-' - ' - i ,
Can any stronger argument be presented to
ustify th attack of Booth Carolina boon Fort
Sumteti . y t ' 1 ... ...
After denouncing It a a "I rick" unworthy a
great nation to seek a pretext to bring on a war
with Sonth, Carolina, declaring It likewise not
only "cowardice" bat "cruelty," and that there
la no escape from a war lr we refuse to admit
the independence' of that Stat, the Journal
1 "If w fight ber we shall fight every State In
ue Domo. 11 is iaie to dudk tne lact. -"
This we regard as the inerita
ble result of a war with South Carolina And
a war we oeueve, ia a tnousana time worse
evil than the lots of a State, or a dozen States
that bate us, aod will not stay with us without
ruling . ' '.
Mark this laneuscet "A war Is a thousand
times worse evil than the loe of a State, or a
dozen State that bate ua " Aod after thus
encouraging disunion and advocating peaceable
separation, the Journal thus states the result
et coercion: 1 - , . . .
"If we attempt to kill it (disunion) with bay
onet aod ball, it will wound u fearfully before
we can succeed, and when we have succeeded,
it dead body will be aa pestilent a It Uvisr
body, t We eball be banhened a bsdly to car
ry the corpse, as to bear the restive and strug
gling live carcass." . . . . : .
Even ir we aumugate tne seceded States
"with bayonet and ball," if victory should
perch noon the Union banner, la that eveat the
Journtl could only regard the triumph tqual to
a aeieat, lor toe world would "be burtbened a
badly to carry the corpse, as to bear the restive
and struggling lire oaroase." And what reme
dy did tb Jturnal propose Alter carefully
reviewing all the evils and benefits of the
Union, it came to the following conclusion:
Tf any Rre will go rVeae u, let la go."
upon reading tne evidence presented, can
any Intelligent person doubt but the New York
TVwaae and the Indianapolis Journal, on the
heels of the Republican Presidential victory In
November last, were wining to see the Uovern-
ment destroyed? -L ;
Wbo encouraged disunion' in the South and
promised "aid and comfort" to the secession
The Nw York Tribune answers i "Wa bop
never to live in Republio whereof one section
ia pinned to the residue by bayonets." . The In
dianapolis Journal answer:. "If any State will
go from ns, let 11 go" - 1,,
1 Who "want the Government to- be kicked,
robbed and abused, and then when it life is
threatened by an armed mob, to lie quietly down
and be killed without a word, In order that we
may have peace? ' If anybody think this ia too
monstrous lor any intelligent men with tome
little interest-in the Government, to believe,"
let him read the files of th Jturnal in Novem
ber, December and January last, and he will
find the following sentiment edvooated with all
the ability the editor oi that print could com
mand: .... J . : -
"Of what vAluo will an TTnlon ha that Haiirla
link of bijonets and bnlleta to hold il to
gether. If any State will go from us, let
it go." I : . -
The Journal la even more emnhatio than this.
It was not only willing to let any State that
wanted to gd, to depart in peace, but deolared
itself ready to recognize and treat it as a foreign
power. Read it on this point: . .
We don't believe in standing on trifles or
technical difficulties. Let us consider South
Carolina a foreign nation the hour she gives
the federal uovernment none ot ber seces
sion, and Iq spite of all obstructions and ques
tlon of propriety, treat with her for an adlust-
ment or our common debt ana common proper
ty, and for the arrangement of treaties for the
continuance of business." ....
If such sentiments are treasonable, la not the
editor of th Jouraola double traitor? He
not only mean enough to prove a traitor to hi
own teachings and principles, treacherous to bis
avowed convictions, but after deliberately coun
seling, the destruction of the Government
acknowledging "South Carolina a foreign nation
the Hour sue gives tne federal uovernment no
tice of secession," be charges loose with disloyal
ty who, while upholding the Government, believe
that peace and compromise will restore and
perpetuate tne union, but tbat "eoeroive meas
ures designed to keep it In" will produce
Irreconcilable division in sentiment, if not dis
union In fact. ' If the editor of the Jturntl
had any honor; any decency, any manliness,
record should cause, him to hide his head
shame but we can Only account for his moral
and political depravity by (be scriptural wins
tratlon, that 'a dog will return to his own vomit
and a sow to her wallowing In tb mire ".
there baa been a disonlonia In the land, openly
and avowedlv suoh, it 1 the editor oi th jour.
aa, and If there has been a print which baa
given aid and comfort to secessionists, it 1
Jtutmtl. It ba done more to bring on the f ratri-
cicralatrlfe between the two section of the coun
try, which,! a disgrace lo the .civilised world,
than all the Democratic paper of the Stat could
do, because a the State organ of a powerful and
Motional Norther party, it proclaimed, In tb
hour or that party trtumpn, "it any State will
go from ua let it go." And after thus express
ing its wuuogness to let any ptate mat might
desire to leave the Union, depart irj peace,
after eleven State hare manifested their inten
tion to leave the Union -in., last j pronounced
their connection with, the Federal Government
at an end the Journal, with fiendis.i dishonesty
and ma lenity, cries "havoo and. let -el Id
dogs of war," aud advocates the subjugation
tnose' states, bo matter at wnat cost ot mood
and treasure-; A ' man who occuDlea suoh
position Is a murderer In Tils peart, for , be
couraged toe very acts wnicn ne.now desires
be Visited , with sanguinary vengeance. In I
day of reckoning It will be better for luch a
that a mill-stone' had been hanged about!
neck and he had been thrown Into a botomleea
sea. arfian State Sentinel. .... , ..
Anti-Amalgamation LcotsiATtOM in CALirsa-
nia, A bill "W prevent amalgamate of
different race of men" ha lately beau passed
by tbe California Legislature. The bill mks
It a nnal offense for any white person to Inter
marry with any cxiurad persos,? whether
tb African or Asiatio races.
Civilians as Brigrdier Generals—General
Schenck, of Ohio.
Toth Editor offhtNeu, York Timet; .
When a civilian enter the Hit, claiming hlch
P0,,tIon. right the puhlio should
rigidly scrutinise: his. claims for snob prefer
ment. Mr. 8ohenck, . with no acquaintance of
military affira,'no' exberlsnce even in tbat very
poor school, onr militia system, sought from
the Preside!! a rank In the army, awarded only
to. the rsterans in .the regular lervice. tie
claims to outrank those who do know their
business1, and who must feel humbled by suoh
iBoumiuerBie ainanesr on tb part or tbe Ex-ecuelre-
Now, sir. vour oorreenondant haa a
SOU In the service, snblent to hi orrlara. anil II.
auie at any moment to be put upon an expedi
tion' which could Onlv be ancceaafullv carried
wu by ao experienced officer. Is it not quite
snouga ior tbe father to offer his children for
the defense, of the country, without tbe terrible
conviction (hat their leader is totally Ignorant
ui mjd .evil's ue unacriaa.es f now would Mr.
L.IUC0ID like te put bis eons under such a com
mand and there are man In tha anrvlna nf
tne same age, probably raiaed to quite as high
expectations as sny they had a right to enter
tain, to say th least: '
1 Air. aonenck we only know him In Ohio aa
Mr, ScbeOCk haa made thronch hla Alrl.rlo.
Camp the best defense he could in the columns
of tbe Pbilsdelohla Pre-. I hava not tha nr.
ncie at band indeed, I dropped the paper in
which it waa published the moment I read It
so poor, so flimsy sn excuse only mad the sad
transaction aim worse.
And what wa that transaction? Gen. Schenrk
oouitetyrf we suppose, 'demands tbe title re
oeives order lor a forward movement. Let the
reader mark the exact import of. tbe order to
proceed witn a tram or oars as far as tbe "Cross
ings," (where the Ohio camn is now located.)
and there pot down the regiment and establish
a camp, from which he was to send forward
patrols, feeling hi way. ;
now waa tms order executed? He proceeds
aloog the line of tha road, dropping a detacb-
ucut uero ana were, no loout are teat for
ward for an obvious reason they could hardly
keep pace with a locomotive. Yet the General
wa advised that a considerable body of the reb
el force had left their camp, and would un
doubtedly intercept him. Thi Is allowed by
his young apologist, who innocently remarks
that a General who should heed suoh reports
would not amount to much;
- Ab, indeed, It has not been considered de
rogatory to learn ersn from an enemy. . A blot
from a friend would be generally regarded as a
Onward speeds the train. One company is
dropped, and then another. Tbe last detach
ment only is left a deep eut entered tbe men
on platform cars. The voune Aid-de-Camo
void Ks tne spaed wai slackened, now coosld
erate! A masked battery salutot them : the de
tails I need not repeat. A soldier of tho exne-
ditlon says the iron hail rattled over their heads
ith terrible rapidity. Tbe euns were not w ill
sighted. If properly manned, few would have
been leit to tell tbe tale.
Is comment necessary? Hardly. How could
any commander, bow oould anv man of common
sense, thus drop his troops on the way, instead
of retaining his entire force until the farthest
point is reached? How could be penetrate into
an enemy country inn forewarned, without
thorough reconnoissanos of the route? No
wonder tbe noble veteran, in command bere ex
pressed his surprise at this new system of mill
tary reconnaissance. Another ease like these
sad record at Bethel and Vienna, would para
lyze the aervice. Why are not offioial inquiries
Instituted? why do uot the officers thus impli
cated demand it? 1
Since the above was written a friend has sent
me the Cincinnati Otttttt, containing- a similar
apology. Both writers insist tbat Schenck
simply obeyed orders. This can only be char
acterized in plain language a a palpable false
hood. H did not obey his orders ho cluinlv
disobeyed them. Tbe order given waa as stat
ednot in the words, for the writer has not
evens personal acquaintance with Geo. Mc
Powell, but he took the trouble to learn their
exact import. In a word, Gen. Schenck does
not deny it, however he may suffer his friends
to give a raise coloring to their import.
- When the Senate ptssea upon these nomina
tions, involving; not only the honor of the aer
ric and tbe lives ol so many brave young men,
bat tbe very success of a cause in which
much is at stake, it may be booed a rigid ex.
amlnation will be made. The country expects
it tne country aemanus it. '' U1110
Washwotoav Wednesday, July 10, 1861 .
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
The Public Works of Ohio.
Orrrca or Tne Lissita or ths Public Works,
... . . . - uoLOBBua, jane 13, isul.
IMIi nnderdgnsd baring become the Lessees of
, Public Works of Ohio, under the ant of Mat B IM
and having entered Into the possession of ssid Works,
aereny give notice mat la operating ander said lease,
and discharging their duUes under the same, tbe busi
ness will be transacted with the publio through sgents
appointed by the Lessees, under such rules, regulations,
restnotions ana limitations, aa snail be prescribed
Those Agent for the present, will comiat of one Gen
ralAgeot,! Treasurer and Secretary, for the Central
Office of the leasees at Columella: and tha neeemr
number of Superintendents of Bepairs and Collectors
Tolls on tha several Work embraced In the lease.
. Tbe General Agent ahall be the principal executive
omoeror ua i,eisees, ecu man nave cnarge of tho gen
eral kastaee oflic at Columbus. Be shall have super
vision over the business of the Lessees with the nuhiis.
aad aa sock agent shall execute all contracta, except
uioae lor woer ana Bsateriara connectea witn tne ordina
ry repairs of the several Works, aod ha ahall audit
tettl all ateoant.
The duties of the Treasurer and 8ecretarv ahall
such as are usually discharged by similar officers in ether
The Superintendents of Repairs ahall. oa their
specUve ditlslons, have power to employ and discharge
all subordinatea and laborer, and to purchase all tools
ana material necessary in tne ordinary repair of each
aiviaion, ana u easne snail oe unaer tneir special
recuoo aoo. raauagemroi.
The Collector of Tolls, Water Rents and Fina,are
Invested with all tbe authority and power, provided
the lawa of the State and the regulaUoaa ol tha Board
ef Publlo Werka. made for that purpose, when such Col
lector acua anaer appointment ana autnority irom
No Individual member of tbe Lessees shall have
right to transact buainess in the name ef the Lessees,
with any person or persons, In any othar marines
through the appointed agents, nnless specially authoris
ed bv the Leiaee ao to do: ner ahall any one of the
pointed agent hare authority to transact any businesi
in the name of the Leasees, except In tbe sartlcular
branch of the business eonfided to him, and subject
ue resincaom aoa iimiamona 01 nil agency.
No authority to borrow money on the credit of
Leaeeee, ahall ever exist In any Leasee, agent or other
employee of the Lessees, unless the tarn ahall be con
ferred by a unanimous vote of the Leeseel, at a regular
meeting, and tbe amount so authorised to ba borrowed
speol&ed In the order and entered on the Journal.
. Geo. W. HAKYmnrv Is the General Agent of
Leeeeee, Bboablk Ji. smith, Treasurer, and
... The Superintendent tf Repair are:
. On the U. St B. Canal and W. R at M. Boad-Jossra
CoorB,TBOBAe Baowit, Wa. Jackso and A ansa
BaCKDB- - :
On (he Ohio. WaLhondlnt and Booking Canals and
Moeaingua Imprevesaeak-Roaaav B, Noesx, Thoma
MiLLBja, Datraa McCajitbt, Svi,vBSTsa AIsdsM
The Collectors on the Canals. Mullein rum Improve
ment and Maumee Boad. are the same that were ia
service ef the Stat at the Urn of th execution of
Leas; but all th aforesaid agent hold tneir appoint
ment! at th pleasn re and option ol ths Lenees.
- r - ' lriwT iiuvii
, . . r-y 1 ,-),-' JOSEPH COOPER.
; wm. j. Jackson,1'1
... . , ...-n a s . THOMAS MOORB,
,, , , n S I . I ' THOMAS BHOWS, t
liBAe, nf the Publlo Worka.
i M.d3taw3W- ' -
r. 1 Irisfi' linen Goods.
I V Unea Shirt Bosom . Plata and Fancy
. Mhlrtin And Hum LIAMl . .
" l.tn.a fiha,lniT. anil Plllnw fla.lnM. I
;.' Linm Cambrics and Lone Lawna.
a .. A-.f! i- -lArw rooa-nendBTS, all sixes.
iiiiii ii-fi-t t'.' .' i Lines, Towelllnp and Diapers
. , ... Linen uapxiiia sua v vy uce. - ,
tlnen Table Cloths and Satin Damasks,
m ''v. . Lintri Towels with colored borders.
":1 11:1 Unen Stair Ooverina and Crash.
. . . I .-. , . forsaltatlewprioee.' -
" , .:V." B1S at SOH,
feb . ... .., wo. aa south Hlgn streeu
-noNMllTSI RIBBONS TABS,
Xj aUvnoB, aw styica, jastopensa ey
BAIN at aoif.
No. t BoitA Blgh street.
OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AND JOB 1
Having increased Its already
Is fully prepared to execute In (he
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
THE LATEST STYLES,
And every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any Eitabliihmcnt In the State, and urwa
terms which will compare favorably with the
leading Eastern Printing nouses.
Ilavins every Kneilitr to nicl TJa
is toe rr.onrcTtoif or
Wo offer our services to all who may desire that class
We have connected with our Establishment a
CLANK BOOK BINDERY,
From which we produce tbe
Flxaesat 131a. nl. Wori.
A.NU TBC HOST
SUPERB BAIL BOAS BLANK BOOKS.
Is to licadinltteJ
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES,
and thi Most
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, snd we may aUd,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
Priming House lu the Weat.
Baltimore Clothing House.
HESS CJ DXsXJlVI.,
HARorAovpatas akb wbousalb piaucrs in
No. m W. Baltimore-street,
(arrwssjr HBanxT aaa owaaa,) :
' v BALTIMORE, .via.
A Largs Assortment of fie and Furnishing
1 woods Constantly ea Hand 1 -'
OctaOJIy . , . , . .
HOW LOST, HOW MSIOUKD.
JUST PUBLISHED, ON TBI NATURB, TRBA
MKNT AND RADIOAL CUBS OP SPEBMATORRUB A
or Beraiaal Weakness, Bexual Debility, Nervouiuess,la
voluntary Xmiaalona aad Impotency, resulting from
BaU-abuse, Ate. By Root. i. Culverwell, at. D. Bent
ander seal, In a plain envelope, to any tddreai.poiit
paid, on receipt ot two atampa, by Dr. Oil A, i.) .
KLINB, 137 Bowery, Mew York. Poet Ouice Box, No