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TOL. VIII. NO.
35.;; NEWf SERIES.
COLUMBUS.
OHIO, SATURDAY MORNING. JULY 20
1861
tH DOLLARS PIE THE.
fio tatt$nmvi
0 AILY, TEI-WEHCLY AND WEEXIY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
tTJBLlSHj BB . AND PRO BIXXOBB,
&" Office Dm. 10, IS and 40, Forth High St
TKRMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE .
.Vy .v" ' IB 00 per year,
. ' B CrJe. per week, 18)6 cents'
T ;i. - 8 00 per rear.
....... . yjj i
crai o( Advertising: bf the Sqnar,
nniMtt iveai...i2ii an
One Bauer 3 weeka. .14 00
Or. " months 18 00
On. " 8woek...3 00
On. lweek... 1 75
3ne
ine
One
0 month! 15 00
month. 10 00
monthi 8 00
. I month. ' S 00
On. " 3 day... 1 00
On. . 3 day... 75
On. . .". 1 Insertion SI)
Displayed advertliimept half mora thai tb. above
rates.
Advertisements leaded and placed In the eoloma of
, A t t notices required to be publish! by la, legal rates.
If drdbrcd on (lie Inside exclusively after tbe flrat week
per cent, more than the above rates; but all mob wll
F" in uie xri-weeKiy witnout charge
Business Cards, not exceeding fire lines, per Tear. In
n. .'J fill Una AUt.l. J '
il le, 82 SO per line; outside i.
Notices
sot meetings, charitable, oaletlea. tn omnanlaa
half price
All trantimt advertisement! mutt bt void for in
td ounce ; She ml. will not be varied from'
Weekly, same price aatlie Dally, where th. advertiser
sesthe Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
ar both used, then the charge tor the Weekly will be
u'f the rates of the Dally
no advertisement taken except for a definite period,
BUSINESS CARDS.
f. a. b. smxnis, -
Attorney at lactw
. AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Omce Ambo Building, opposite Capitol Square.
" '. . -COLUMBUS, OHIO
L. OBBORN33,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
, MARION, OHIO.
- OOLUMBUS
Machine Manufacturing Company
MaNDVAOTDRKM OP
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
' CMtlnjr, KUl-etulng, Kaehlnsry. "
ALSO,
Xt,etllxoAX. "V7"orls.
or STr DuourTioi).
coLuranes, ohio. .
0HA8. AM BOB, Sup't. P. AM BOS, Trail.
deell. IBiB-tf
1
186. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with thi PITTSBURGH, FT.
WAYNE fc OBIOAOO RAILROAD
Ibr Pitttburgh, Philadelphia and Mainmort. Alto
for Fort Wayn and Chicago
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE BHORB BAIL-
ROAD
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Bos.
.wufc.siu.new xvra.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
From Columbus, in connection with Trains on the
111 ILK OTIAini AND COLTJRIBCS
. . -ma AMIA xlAf Lgf QA1IS.
of
FIRST TRAIN.
NianT EXPRESS Leave Columbus at 3.40 A, M
will leiT. passenger, at all aUtlon. south of Galitin,
top at Delaware, Ashley, Oardlngton and Qtlead, and
at all itatleni north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 9:00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., BoJTato 4S5P. M.
Albany S.tO A. M., New York 8:35 A. M., Boston 2:30
r. at., riltsburgb via Crestline 3:80 P. M , Philadel
puis 5:10 A. H. Chicago via Creetluie at 7 U0 P. II.
to
It
SECOND TBAIN.
NEW TORS EXPRESS Leave. Columbus at 11:10
a. m. Will atop at Lewis Centra, (for Whit. Bnluhur
cpriogs, veiawara, uaruingion, uailon, Urestlln., Shel
by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Olev.land at 8:33 p. ra.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p, m.; Buf
falo, 10:5 p. m.; Albany, W:45 a. m.: NewToik. 1:45
p. .; Beaton, 4:40 p. m. This Train (onnectaat Shel-
oyror nana usxy, ana at UJarton ror Toledo, arriving at
Toledat6:40p. m. i . . . . - a
not
; THIRD TRAIN. . ' . '
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at 0.30 p. m. Will stop at ill stations Booth of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, tirafton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at 8:30 p. m.; Dun
to
kirk, S:00a. m.; Buffalo, 3:80 a. m. ; Albany, 8 tf) p.m.;
NewTork, 730 p. m.; Boston, 11:45 p. m.t Plttsburgb,
via Oreetline, at 11:55 p. m.j Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Chicago, via Crestline, 0:45 a. m. This Train conneotl
at tihelby for Bandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:55 p.m.
Patent Sleeping Can are run on. all
Night Trains to Chicago, Hew
. York and Boston
Baggag Chtcktd Through to New Tori and Boston
via iXtrtland: alto, to VMla&tlpMa and
, lkw Yorktla OrttUino.
y RETURNING.
NilitExpreesarrlvesatCoumbusat...ll:l3P. M.
Cincinnati Express arrive, at Columbus at 10:50 A. M.
Aecotumodation Expren arrives at Columbus at 7:50
, P. M. . .. .
Fare uLtwii bjr any other Route.
Aft for Ticket! via Crctline or Clntland.
' , . 1. 8. FLINT,
' " Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
; Columbus. Ohio.
Columbus, June 17, 1S01. h
Jut BeMlTOd!
II F. CH GREEN and BLACK
TiiAS lOO bag. prima Rio Oonee.
100
1 60 pocket, old Dutch Government Java Coffee. . t .
7 A baga Ceylon Coffee
eoobbls. atandard Whit. Sugar., eonektlngxf Pow-
dred, Chrushed, Granulated AandBOoQC., ( i J
GW quintals ueorge Bank uodDsti.
20 bbls. Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel,
ft tea. Piok Salmon. - . --t ,
lOObx. Layer Jtalslns.' i v . ....
ftOhf. box do , ,dor.
lOOqr. box do da ' ' -
lOO M Cigara. duTectnt brtndi and grade. - -nov37
aJ- - - - WM. BuDONALD. 4
M. C. LILLEY
And Blank.Book Slana&nturer, : c
VOSTB EIOB ITSm, COLUIOTJS, OHIO
sauli-dly ...... r
Red, White , and Bine ' 1
reck lies. c ;:-:;"?''.-
Just opened by .... r ,..
' BAIN a BOW, '
aprSO .,r No.S South Hlgnttraet.
A NEW UQOPSKIHT.'A i. .'
33 jXN;-k3 DON; v
"V Mo. 89, SOUTH HIGH STREET. ", '
Hav. Ins resdvad knew mak. of HOOK SKIRTS
Saiahad in manner far superior to any yet introduced
DintABitrrY and'g racefulnesV
WOROESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The LatestThe LaigestThe Beit,
.. Ane Lneapest Beoanse the Beit,
"To. flioit Belilabi Standard in
. tborltr of te'EnffUhLanKnae.'
Bin Eun&rid Xmlntnt Edwalori of Ohio,
"THE " BEST ENGLlBH DIOlIONAET EXTANT."
Uttrary Mm Botrywhtrt.
"Hm. are upwards of a Handred Thousand Words
wnos malttmrioM meaning, and derivation., together
with their oorreot spelllng.and pronunciation an clearly
act before Ihtnt.f'
Cincinnati Ommtrrtal.
Read thtSteUknt of the Membtrt of the Ohio Stat
itacnert Atiociatton.
Th. nndersfmed. meMherv nt ihm HhlA flt.f TiMlian1
Association, adopt and aim to use In teaching, wrltlnv
and ipeaklng, tb. orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester's Boval Quarto Dictionary, and w. most cor.
uuiif recommend it as tne most reliable standard au
thority of the English language, a It fa new written and
otm Annaaws, Presideni Kenyan Oollege.
M. D. LioarrT, Superintendent Zanesville School!
Too.. W. BaavtY, Hup't Mauilon Union Schools.
M. p. Oowdrt, Bup't Public Schools, Bandusky.
JOHU LYNCH. Sun't Publlo gehoola. Olntlavllla.
8. N. SariroRP, Principal Cleveland female SemuuY
Wit. AflTCUvr.Tu flnn't PnfilU fli.1iw,l. Vf nnlnn
JOHN OanXM. Prlnninal ltl Nnrm.l Cti-hnAl. ailnn..
ota. ' r " '
p l.uv.l.. whiw. .uwimHMn uuuuui
viuuiouatl. v.. .
H. 8. Maitin, Bup't Canton Union Schools.
Edwin Hm.l, Principal MoNeely Normal School. -Eu
T. TimH, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
War. W. EDWARDS. SnD't Trov Union Hrhool.
A. G. HorKINS. Princlual West Illoh flchrml. (11m
land.
8. A. Norton. Associate Prlnclnal ITIih School. Cleva.
land. .
Thkdori SmRtua, Principal High School, Oleve
land.
R. P. BnMirroN. Prlnclnal Cleveland Initltute
J. A. GiBrutin, President of Electio Institute, El
im.
W. L. Tfinil.. Prnf. nf (iheml.tiv. flhlf, W..t..n
University.
O. H. Barney, Ex Oemmlteionerof Oomaon Schools,
vino.
Jahbi Monroc, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlin College
Thob. Hat, President Antloch Oolleire.
O. W. II. OlTUflllT. Prnf. Mlhn.tti-a. Rl.h
O .V. , TA . ' ' C
8. O. ClrjHIinan. Vmt. T..ncm.ff TTIvh Si-hnnl.
B. M. Barur, Bup't Union Schools, Ashland.
Hon than Sim Bwnirtd othtr PrtiidmU of ColU-
gt; Froftuort, Author! and JHiUngutthtd Eduw
ivrw, nav tnaorua lls aoovt unumtnt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGE3 IN OHIO.
Haiiitt Ootuoa "It Is tnilv a maenlflsent work.
an honor toth. author, tb. publisher I, and th. whole
eouniry.- rresiaeni Andrews,
OHIO WaaLtrVAtl TTwivn.1TV...Tl Tr..A.U mVirrnJU-U.
tlons. It will be my guide in orthoaraobv and nronun-
elation, and will often b. consulted by me for it. neat
bu aocurai. uenniuona." vreatdent insmpsoa
W. B. Ecitcno Oollbii. "rferetofon wa nan fund
Webster', orthozranhv. At a recent meetln. of our
Faculty, it was decided to change it to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
uameia . .
Wiem Rxkrvi CoiLrer. "I find It worth of
coruiai appromuon." rresiaent uitcncook.
Ourlih OoLLioi. "It mora than meet, mv (rXDeohv
tlons. I recommend It as the standard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupils," President
tuorxao. ...... v -
AtmoCH Cotxxoa. "I adont and aim to use In teach.
ing, writing ana speaxint:. lit. ortnogranhy and nronun.
eiaUon ot Worcester'. Moral Quarto Dictionary."
President Sill. ' .
"In 111 m writlnr. neaktni'.and teachlnr. t han en.
dearered to conform toth. rules for orthography and
prounncaiiion as coniainra in n orcester s vtcnonary.'
Horace Mann, late President.
Kimton OoLuaB.GAM.in. "Imosteordiallr reorjm
mood It as the most reliable standard authority of tbe
angnsn language as It is now written and spoken."
President Andrew..
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Rev. Anton Smyth, Oommittlontr of Common
aenoou tn unto.
'Th. Dictlonarv la an Imnerlahabl. monument to the
learning and industry of its author, and an honor to the
world of letters. Th. mechanical execution Is far sup.'
nor vo uui ot any outer irexioon witn wnicn i am ac
yqualnted." - ,
from JTon, a. B. Sarnty. Sa-Commlttiontr
School! in Ohio.
"The most reliable standard authority of the language.''
WHAT TBI
Leading Newapaper. of Ohio Bay.
from th Clntland Strati of March S8. -..
Th. orthography of th. Worsester Dictionary la that
used by most, if not alh nothora of distinction In this
country and England, and conform, to tbe general usage
ordinary writer, and speaker.
Whatever prejudice, may bav. existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
a warm appreciation ot Its great merits, and a desire
add It to th. well selected library, be it large or small,
la a library In Itself, and will remain an Imperisha
ble record of the learning of It, compiler.
Irom th Cincinnati OommtnhU of April SO.
Hera are upwards of a hundred thousand words good,
and Indifferent whose multifarious meaning, and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, ar. set clearly before the eye. The work is
unquestionably th. greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever published. .
from th Cltvtland Plaindealtr of Sept. 80, I860.
Evidently Woiosmt'. Rovat Qoarto DrcToiuT it
only th latt, but the bcst work of th kind nor it
euro;, and can by n. possibility un"er by comparison ar
controversy. .
;" ''x ' From th Toledo Blade of May V). ' """
A. to monnNciATioif. WoRcavm I. th. Standard
followed by our best authors; In definition, he leaves
nothing to be desired, and in OxTHOORAnrr It Is sufficient
say that Worctstir can be safely followed.
."" INUHAirr Jc BtcAGG, ,
Pnbliitier, Bookoellero & Stationer.,
NO. 101 BUPEKI0R ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
ntatO " . ,; r;.' . " 7. . .i
THE MUTUAL1 BENEFIT'
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
DiTldena Jannarr l, 180 1 , 4S For Cent.
ASSETS . 83,812,536 50.
'Statorueaf JTannarr It 1801, '
Balance, per statement Jan. lit, 1880., ...S3, 400,581 39
Beoaived for Premiums dur
ing the tear into.... 8703.053 55
Received for Interest during
tbe year itw KH.U14 id
Total recelnls for 1800.... 8077.007 74 . 1
Paid Claims by Death, 2C7, 050 GO
Paid Policies surren
dered 41,111 SO
Paid Salaries, Poit- - .
age, Taxes, Jtx-
change, elo 31,030 54
Paid Commission to
AgenU 51,325 3(1
Paid Physicians' fees. 5.W00 75 ' 1
Paid Annottle 1.517 00 ''
Paid Dividends dur-
Ing tbo gear 108,500 75 505,091 (13 411,978 14
Net Balanoe January 1st. I8G1
.; ASSETS. I t ".' .
13,818,558 50
Cash on hand rrmi $8,8384 19
Bond, and Mortgage, on Real
jisiaie,. worm double Uu
amoont loaned... 9 307B41 An
Premium Notes, on Pollcleg
in force, on ry drawing s per .
' eent. Interest. i.CTo mu it
Real Estate..., ,90,893 87
Loans on Scrip " 5,031 44
Premium., Notes and Cash, in
, .rot
j'r
, ccnneoi transmission ,34T75
v Total Asset. ..........
i 13,813,556 50
I-.., v
7)575 Policies In force, lsrarin(t.....8St4te,S3S
1 1,435 new Pollde have been hwued during th. pear. -After
a carsful ealonlatleu of the present valu. of th.
owtatandlng Policies of th. Company) and. having tbe
Moeeeary amount la reserve therefor, the Dlreotors
bar. declared a Divmzir of 4t peroent. on th. Premi
ums paid at th table rate, t all pollota for llf. 1st faro.,
issued prior to January 1, I860, payabli accord lug t. the
preient ruleof the Oorapanyi j. ' . . . .
Rate for all kind of Llf. Oontlngwideft Proepeot
uses.Blatomenta, and Applications, will b. furnlehed
without cxARayBr.at the Oltio. or Agendas ot th Com
pany. , , i jr .. ..
, R0BT. t. PATTERSON, President.
. l.O.ROyHR,VIlPraldt. '.
SEW. O.MILLBft, Secretary. -
, ,.. U. K. UUJBaOIIt Agent,
. H 4 Johnson Block, ,
. March 88, 180U r vi-.iv' ' Oolrabew, 0.
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DtAI Pf A n B FIGURED BLACK
A... DRESS STLRI. of rrera eradak Th. moak aalaet
1 MtOlUUBl Ut to elty, t mol rauonabl. rate. I'
Ayer'sSpaoarilla
A compouna remedy, designea. to be the most
effectual AUerativi that can be made.. It is
a concentrated extract of Fara Sarsaparilla,
to combined with other lubstancei of still
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
tive antidote for tho diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which wilt
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it hat been proven by experiment on many
of tho worst cases to be found of the following
complaints : ,
sokofuia and scbopvlovs complaints,
Eruptions and Eruptivb Diseases, Ulcers,
Pimple, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Rueum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Mercurial Diseaje, Dropsy, Neu
raxoia or Tic Douloureux, Dbjulity, Dys
pepsia AND INDIOESTION. ERYSIPELAS, ROSE
or St, Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
doss of complaints anungrcjn Impurity of
tub Blood. i
This .compound will 06jfjund a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
nro nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
soros, through which the system will 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 sores; cleanse it when yo find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will toll
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, peoplo enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
Eabulum of life disordered, there can be no
isting 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 cgrcgiously deceived by
preparations of it. uartlv because the drui
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 years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
oi extract or barsaparuia lor one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsopa
rilla, but often no curative nronertiei whatev.
cr. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of tho various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood tho market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
.... 2. A 1 ., . ,. t " . 1 .
uiiuu it. adu wo uiuik wc nave gTouna lor
belicvinc it has virtues which aro irresistible
by tho ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
dc judiciously taken accoruuic to directions on
uie uotue.
PREPARED B?
DR. J. C. A ITER a CO.
LOWELL. MASS.
Prio., fl per Dottle SlxUottlc for $5.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such renown for the cur of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it il entirely unnecessary for us to recount tho
evidence of its virtues, wherover it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout tliis section, we need not do mon than
assure the peoplo its quality is kept up to tho best
it ever has been, and that it mav be relied on tn
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOR THE CURE OF
Costiveneu, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion.
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Shin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumori and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Cout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purify ins the Blood.
Thev arc sutrar-coated. so that the mast sen si.
tiv. can take them plrasnntly, and they are the
oesi aperient in tne Troria lor au tne purposes 01 a
family physic.
Price 25 eonts per Sox ; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of those
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American 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.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they mako moro profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it.
All our remeuWare for sale by
ROBERTS fc SAMUEL, Oolttmboe,
And by Druggist and Dealers everywher.
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Gold and Painted Shades,
GOIiD
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXTURES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON, j
looooutimigiist.
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Merchant snd person from abroad will do well to call
and see u. aprll l-d3meod R. k A
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
RAILROADS COMBINED!
CONNECTING AT BELLAIRH WITH THI
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTSBURGH WITH SHE
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAILROAJD:
F0BM1NGI THE
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities !
- Trains Leave Columbus as follows;
morning ixprebs
Leave uolumbui 3.30 A. II. from Union Depot, via
ueiiair. or Bteubenv Ills r arrives at Bellairs. IO.S0 A.
M.; Btonbenville, 18. SO P. M. ; Pittsburgh, 3.40 P.M.;
Harrisburs;, 1.10 A. M.t via Allen town, arrive, at New
York 8.00 A. M.t via PkilatUloltia. arrive, at Phila
delphia, 5.10 A. 41.: New York. 10.30 A. el. Connect,
also at Herrtiburg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.iS A. M.
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Proln Columbus, run directly through to Bellaire or
Pittsburgh without change; and i'asiengers via Allen
town arm In New York at 8 A. AI.,
1L7TW0 HOURS IN ADVANOB 0? NORTHERN
LINES.
This Train also connects at Bellaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad -
PITTSBURQH EXPRESS.
Leave Columbus 11 85 A. M , from Union Depot, via
Steubenvlllei arrive at Newark, 1 SO P. M.; Coshoc
ton, 8.15 P. M.; Steubenvllle, 8 P. M.; Pltuburg, 8.40
P. M. ITTThU I tn only rout, by which Passengers
can leave Cincinnati at 7 A. U., go through to Pitts
burgh in daylight, without change of cars or delay.
PAST LINE.
Leave Oolumbu 8.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Bellaire) arrive at Newark, 8.83 P. M. Zanesville,
4 33 P. M.; Bellalr.,7 .65 P. M. Plttaburgh, 11.85 P.
M.J Harrisbura;, 8.00 .A. M. Wa AUmtovn. arrive,
at New Tork,4 P. M.; via Philadelphia, arrive
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M. New York, 6 P. M, This
Train ales eonnect at Harrlibarg for Baltimore, ar
riving att P.M. . '
Thi Train runs throoeh to Bellaire or Ptttshnnr wlih.
ot chani of Oars: and from Pittsburg there la no
change of Car to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
New ork thus offoi Ing
The ooIt Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with oulj .
, oue change of Care.
By thi Train PasaenHr arrive in New Tsib r
hours In advance of th. Northern lines.
This Train also connect at Bellaire wlih the Baltlmara
and Ohio R.R.
ETThls Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
a 'more man iuu mues snorter to
New York, than Northern Lines.
Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant roints East. ,
ASK FOR TICKETS VIA .'' ,"
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BELLAIRE OR STEUBENVILLE.;
Ticket Goad over ember Heat.
JNO. W, BROWW,
. , Gen. Ticket Agent Central Ohls R.R.
1. A. HUTCHINSON,
Oca. Ticket Agent Bteubeuvllle Bhort Line. '
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JelO
j volvbiuvh, ohioi .m , - ; ..
iVGRiCULTURAL WAREHOUSE
; And Seed Store, '.'
DIALER IS)
GENlSRAL HARDWARE,-
- j HAILS, OLABB, SASH, PUTTT, CORDAGE, '..
OMni, Pistol, Woed Sc Wlllaw Ware
, thr sod eVabbu Belting, lee Laatfcar, Hon and
ling.,, , ,,, s .., iu iM-djp
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aVUKNIBHINO
n E f T L ITI E It B
VJ
I GOODS. . , .j.j ,
j.iM. Brroa aad Sarrote Collar.. '
1 s Embroidered Poclrat UaadkarehleSj. i
Pari Kid Glove. superior make., . , .. i, .....
' fiolden mil Shirt, various style. ,
' Boy.' Ooldea Hill Shirt, do - ' '
Driving aod Street Ulevee, do J . 1 3 v . i .
1 Hemmed Pocket Hiadkorchiefa, varlon etxlaa.- a u
ua If ups ana u naeg Marines v,
I BVTN a 105., "I
aprru , a ? i if, 88 South High tin.
ri :
.6o
. 300
. 1 00
noeaiy, per yeai
1 ' " - TIIKI,
Dslly. per rear A ..,
In Weekly, per , ear. ,
Progress of Abolitionism.
The NewTork Timet oloin an artiola
ing to th expulsion of Hon. John B. Clark, of
miaiuun, irom ids nouse ot tfepreaentatives In
Coneress, as follows: .
.."Wa have nothioc to add to thi remlnlsoenoe
s&ve mat jonn Bberman, then beaUn for Speak
er, now holds a seat In the United States Sen
ate, fftirly won br his dignity and heroism la
tne war wased an him hv'Jnhn R. Clart and
the Herald through the Helper book; and that
juuu a. fiars, wno was re-elected toCoogrese,
was, on Saturday last, expelled by a wot of the
House that pronounced him a traitor to his
country. Mr. Clark will henceforth roost as
low as any bird thai eref hawked a saucily as
he. We commend him in his retirement to the
old copies of the organ of Plum Gut and the
weiper dook."
If this proves aoj thing, it is, that Abolition
ism, Such as is tftucat In the Uelner hank. In rtn
the increase in the Northern States, and that
me party surjaorlDlng to Us doctrines has finally
obtained such full possession of the Govern
ment, as to be able not only to elevate tbe most
prominent advocates or tne doctrine taught by
that party to important positions, but also to
expel from Congress those who dissent irom the
prinoiplee and policy ot the party in power.
Granting this view of tbe esse to be correct, It
presentd serious thoughts for tbe consideration
of tbe people of the United States. If tbe Anti
Slavery doctrines ot the Helper book are to pre
vail, aod their advocates rule with tbe iron
hand of Intolerance, it requires no prophetic
vision to foretell tbe destiny of tbe country.
On that supposition, either tbe North and tbe
South must separate and become two nations,
or tbe latter must be held in subjugation, sla
very be abolished by arbitrary power, and tbe
slave States be denied the equal rights guaran
teed to them by the Constitution.
We do not know what has been the conduct
of Hon. John B. Clark, of Missouri, on tbe
question eonneoted with the war. If he is
legally and morally -guilty of treason against
the Government, it is right that he should be
expelled from Congress; but it would accord
more nearly with our Ideas of Justice, and with
the practice in all deliberative bodies, to in
quire into the (acts through some regular com
mittee, than to expel a member npon common
rumor, however well authenticated it may prove
in this particular instance.
It may be too late to nrge constitutional
reasons for confining the war to its legitimate
purposes and objects, the re-establishment of
tbe authority of the Government or to advo
cate an early return to peace, if the object can
be better achieved through peaceful means.
Tbe Anti-slavery fanaticism ot the day forbids
the exeroise of reason and of moderation, and
will be satisfied with nothing short of confisca
tion and the destruction of the property of the
people of the Southern States. Tbls fact has
been painfully impressed npon us, in reading an
urucie in toe commercial Advertiser; a paper
heretofore reasonable, moderate and humane in
its views of public policy, but now, if the ex
tract below is tbe atandard by wbioh It is to be
judged, grown intolerant and extreme, on ques
tions connected with tho war. That paper on
Tuesday evening gave utterance to the follow
ing sentiments:
"There le, however, one description of public
lands that very properly should fall to the sol
dierthose now possessed by prominent aotors
in the rebellion, to be confiscated by act of Con- j
gresa. We notice that a bill baring this object
in view, has been introduced, with every proba
bility of lie passage. In Eastern Virginia,
tnere are hundreds of thousands of broad and
fertile acres, which should thui ohanee hands.
They are literally and righteously part of those
'spoils' which belong to the 'victors In this
war. -The loyal soldiers earn them and ought
to enjoy them. In the present campaign they
unvo every opportunity oi Dcooming intimately
acquainted with the country. Its wants and ca
pabilities. No doubt they have taken the
length, the breadth and tbe depth of many a
piauMtioD oeiure mis, wooae owners nave justly
forfeited those broad aores. Let the anidipr.
tnneru them, colonies of them settling to
getherperhaps fellow companions in arms to
daywould constitute so many loyal garrisons
at the South, and at the same time InfuaA na.
life into some of those dilapidated State.
Whether as reapeots tbe reward or tbe punish
ment, present advantages or future benefit..
tbe moral or material character of these, there
seems to be a peculiar fitness in matins anoh a
disposition of those estates. And onr troops
will nght not a bit less conraeeoualv with anah
a prospect before them. . It would be a 'collat
eral' to loyalty and bravery which do not need
this species of security, but deserve to be en
couraged by it, nevertheless."
The troops might not "fieht a hit th lu
courageously" wre they permitted to sack th
houses and appropriate tb property of .the clti
sens of the country through which they march;
out mat mot woum not tastily tnis return to
tbe practices of the barbarous ages. In our
war with Mexico we respeottd private property,
and we did not t&ke possession of their lands
without comDensatlon. for diatilbnti an imnno
our soldiers. Neither does any clvilixed nation
pursue the policy recommeuded by the Ctmmtr
oaf, and which, if adopted by the Government,
woum oring upon mis country the reproaches of
th civilised world. Letna. If wa muni diar.
gird tht forms ot tbe Constitution nd destroy
u uMis upuu woiqu our uovernmeni rests, at
least observe tbe laws of civilization and hu
manity, and thus maintain our vantage eround.
as an enlightened and Christian people Jour
nal of Commerce.
I
[Correspondence of the Boston Post.]
Late Intelligence from Key West—
Particulars of the Privateer Steamer
Sumter.
U. S. STEAM FRIGATE COLORADO,
KEY WEST, July 9, 1861.
Mr Dca. Post: We arrived here nn th fii.
and are actively engaged In getting in coal,
wood and water. Wo regard this as almost th
only placa where we can bave wharf privileges
during our cruise in the Gulf. Much activity
prevails to-day in the harbor. A dispatoh wu
received late last evening from Consul Shufeldt,
at Havana, apprising us that the Confederacy
bave seven prizes at Cienfuegos, Ial of Cuba.
These are the captures of the steamer Sumter
(late Uabana), commanded by Rafael Semmea,
late commander in the U. S. Navv. The Sum.
tor is a light and fleet steamer. Accounts vary
as to ber armament, but ahe has irom five to
eight 68 -pounders. All agree that ehe Is to
make us some trouble. She oau easily ran 14
knots an hour, and few of onr beavv ataamara
can compete with her when she ia well coaled.
8he Is no donbt seeking to make nrixe of a Cali
fornia iteamer, ana wouia De able with such a
Srlse to get money and coal enough to supply
er during quite a cruise... Tha Niagara and
Crusider leave this evening In pursuit of her.
SSTvlw t . I- t at W i. Art
' me urovaijp,ou me cause, sutler ed herself
to be enticed away In chase of a Brftih ernian
apparently attempting to run tbe blockade.
Meantime, tne Sumter, which had been some
time awaiting such a chance, quietly steamed
op and slipped out. Capt. Poors discovered his
error, too late. The escape ot so dangerous
privateer may be looked npon as a disaster al
most equivalent to a defeat. .. . ,
Commodore Mervine when Wa. tint thi.
plaee under blockade ae to all vessels from ee
eedod States. As this cuts off many of the
ordinary supplies from plantations and subjects
e to higher prices and fewer tropical luxuries,
is is commentea upon as an impolitic act. , Key
West can never secede while the United State
has any Interest aod Inclination to hold It and
why blockade ourselves or prohibit our receiv
ing from th plantations of th coast what we
oan cheaply get and greatly need? - A different
policy prevailed with Commodore Bhubrick in
his blookade ef Maaallan and other Pacific
tubs durino th MaxInaA . t rAtfn wa.
w,lu "urTiie werw perrnmirxi rreeiy to enter
captured ports and indeed th supplies thus
I
afforded our
!9.rce ?er a great aid to their
subsistence.
Tbe "Konka a. R.k. r
71 f ii . j mml " prohibition to
their small trade that they would ' in a
minute, or do any other saucy thing, If thev
were sot so thoroughly oowed down already by
the soldiery and armament of tbe United States
. Wa f" procure but few tropical luxuries
here. What fruit we get comes from Havana
the supply of this was exhausted tbe first day
of out arrival, Dried apples is tbe only fruit
Tn mrke' "ere. Other good tblogs from
'oe North can be prooured. in limited eupplies
at nigh price not th least of these to relieve
M In the excessive heat is ice. We are laying
J? iom.e. stores, and hope to-morrow to
bave all our necessaries on board ready to leave
lor rort Pickens. Commodore Mervine Is
there and anxious to transfer bis Has to our
ship. . " . . . .
There is quite a fleet oi prizes here, among
tbem the yacht Wanderer. More are on their
way.
The Illinois left yesterday for New Yo'rk.
7 o-day we have another opportunity by tbe Ca
hawba to send letters homeV
We are all well. Midohinman m.ir. -h
In!, J , . ,, . . ."
luju.cu uj . ran wrtnight ago, Is fast re
covering. Hig parents reside at Brookllne.
HUBERT.
A Procession of Starving Women.
A ureo number or hunorv women arith k.
l . .... . . ' . - MM
uies in ineir arms, miBied by erroneous an
nouncements in several newsnanera. author
on Monday in front of the branch office of tbe
union ueiense uommlttee. No. 14 Fourth
nue, expecting; aid from the cnmmltton. Tha
office not having been re-opened, tho half-fam-lshed
creatures marched, two by two, to tbe
City Hall In search of tbe Mayor, who was not
mere, a irea witn their long walk and raven
ous for food, they became wild with disappoint
ment on learning that the Mayor was not in.
One of them threatened to drown herself and
child. Another said she was willing to starve,
but her babv should have food even if ibe stole
it. A third stated that she would never have
allowed her son to enlist (in the Mozart Regi
ment; ii ne bad not promised that bis mother
would receive two dollars a WAflk frnm tha nil
These frantic expressions of grief were at last
silenced by one of tbe Mayor's clerks, who di
rected the poorwonen to the rooms or ths Un
ion Defense Committee, in Pine street. Thith
er they went, and rushed into tbe apartment.
crying out, 'We are starving-," "We want
money." General Wetmore. Stvrrntn- nf
. 1, n : . . i i , . . J
wuiuiiHee, amuiy explained to tne
clamorous crowd that there was no money
on hand, but that several gentlemen were
trying to raise some, and would nrnhnhl.
be ready to relieve tbem in a day or two. lie
uYi.ru iucii mj go Dome. mis advice, though
undeniably well meant, did not fill empty atom-
hvus, auu .no poor women continued to plead
for money and food, alternating their entreaties
who execrations npon toe war, tbe committee
and tbe city authorities, for a long time. Fi
nally, mining that their implorations availed
nothing, they one after another withdrew from
the committee's room, to seek for cold charity
In ,k 1 . I . -
iu iu, iirccia or to go Dome ana starve.
The sub-Committee on Relief met in tbe af
ternoon and prepared a clan of assistance whih
they will present to the General Committee at
ineir meeting to-morrow.
Tbe Volunteers' families will not, however,
be without public relief. The Board of
Councilmen, acting under tbe same powers
which justified tbem ia raliinr naariv l .000 nnn
dollars on corporation bonds, propose to raise
950,000 dollars more, in each a way as the
Comptroller shall deem safest and beet. The
Comptroller, having been consulted by the
Councllmen's committee, has promised to use
bis finanoial ingenuity in meeting tbe pressing
publio want. When the Aldermen paea tbebill,
there Is little doubt that the $250,000 will be
speedily forthcoming. Journal of Commerce.
County Fairs in Ohio for 1861.
Ashtabula ...Jefferson Sent. 4- Ii.
C lermont
..Olive Branch....
..Columbus....... "
..London "
i.Xenia
..Bantam
.Burton
Ravenna "
i.O.mbridge "
.Palnesville '
..Canal Dover.... "
.MeOon'Isvllle.... "
.Warren
.Piqua "
.Oireleville M
.Steubenvllle "
.New Lisbon "
.Lima '
.Findlay "
. Mansfield Oct.
.Akron
Oanfleld "
.Ooohoeton "
Oarrollton '
3-.
Franklin
Mad icon. ........
Greene
C lermont
Geauga
Portage
Guernsey
Lake
Tuscarawas
Morgan ,
Trumbull
Miami
Pickaway
Jefferson
3- 0.
4- 0.
8-10.
1(1-13.
17- 19.
18- 10.
18-80.
10-itl.
Si-21.
S4-86.
84-80.
54- S7.
55- S7.
H3-S7.
S5-S7.
StWW.
80-28.
1- 3.
I- 3.
1- 3.
1- 3.
1- 3.
1- 4.
I- 4.
1- 4.
8- 4.
2- 4.
5- 4.
S- 4.
8- 4.
Oolumblana . ....
Allen
Hancock
Richland
Summit..........
Msnoning
Coshocton
Carroll
Butler
Clark
Champaign ,
Hardin
.Hamilton
Springfield.
Urbina....
.......KenUn ....
Defiance ...
.......Canton ....
Premont...
Cadis
Detlance
Stark
Bandusky
Harrlsou
State and General Fairs.
Milwaukee (Wl.) Ag. and HaclwAasociatlon Sept. 8- 6.
Illinois Ghicaeo " 8-1H.
Ohio Dayton ' 10-13,
New Tors Watertown " 17-80.
Kentucky Louisville " 17-31.
owe ...... Iowa City " 81-87.
Wisconsin 't S4-88.
Independent Local Fairs.
Jamestown..
...Green. Co...... Aug. SR-M.
...Summit Oo... Sept. 4-6.
...Ashtabula Co... ' 11-13.
...Franklin Co.... " 15-80.
Twiniburt .
Conneaut....
atadlson
Tuscarawas Valley. ...
Smyrna
Cuyahoga Fall.
Oarreltsvlll.
Wellington
...Meealllon. ...... " 85-117
...Harrison Co.... " 85-87.
..-Summit Co " 85-87.
...Porta. Oo Oct. 1-8
...Lorain Co 8-4
-Held Note.
SOMETHING NEW
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
CALI, AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine Our new make of ,
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by X. HOWARD it CO:, Boston. Masa.
Theee Watche. a re far superior to anything ever offered
to the public, heretofore. Having the exclusive agency,
can sell them at price to suit the times. I have Jutt
nmiTn . large .tuva. w
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by APPLETON, TRACT, It CO ; also, a
fin. assortmantof
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Gold and Silver Cases, at Panle price.
Jan83 W. J. SAVAGE.
v Irish Linen Goods.
WARRANTED FABRIC
Linen Shirt Bosoms Plain and Fancy
. , , Shirting and Besom Linens.
i ' ' Linen Sheetings and PIIIoW Cuing.
, Llaen Cambrics and Long Lawns.
Linen Pocket-hendk'fs, all slice.
Linen Towellings and Diapers
Linen Napkins and D'OyHet.
. Line. Table Olothsand Satin Damask..'
Linen Towels with colored border..
. Linen Stair Covering end Crash. .
' for aale at low price.
' BATIC St BON,
reh38 , , ; t '.' ! No. 89 South Hlh street.
T0 11 NET 8, RIBBONS TABS, AND
auvo.0 now ahiee, juai opeoau oy
BAI5 It BON,
aprtIS . Ho. 88 South High atreet
STISNE OHITTENDKN. . . . BXHST T. CHITTENDIK
S.t H.T.CHITTENDEN
V,' r. ATTORNETS AT IAW. ' 1 ''
10 Officea, 289 Broadway Nw fork ' City, and
Paaaoxs' BrjitDtKa, Columbus, Ohio.
dPOarefuI attention paid to OoHMtlon..
prll&dSm
SPRING CLOAKS AND BASQINESI
NEW BTTLBS Balis eV Me a. No. ungonih
High street, hawjuatopwed new etylea of Cioti Cia
onLaav BaaqoiK. and 8cqne, made In tha newest aod
most '.tylhh manner, aim, ttmpetw llaln
Htark allka very heavy, dctlguad expreatly foi
llanUllaand Bawiutne. apr!14
Inytrlably ia Adrance." ;
-pHi0ll0 STATESMAN- STEAM
BOOK AND JOB "i. ' t
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT '
' - ; j '. . :
Having increased its already '' - , '
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES,, 7 -
' f t t , " .
: ' . V.'j
I fully prepared to exeunt In th. -'' ' ' '
-; u.
MOST. ELABORATE MANNER -
AMD IN '
THE LATEST STYLES, '.
CATALOGUES,
BRIEFS,
BILLS CADINO,
BILL HEADS,
NOTES,
DRAFTS,
CHECK8,
CIRCCLAR3,
PAMPHLETS,
LETTER HEADS,
LEGAL BLANKS,
DRAT RECEIPTS,
LABELS, CARDS,
ENVELOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any Eitablishment in the State, and upon .
terms which will compare favorably with tfle
leading Eastern Printing netuci.
Having ewery Facility to aid. T7a
in toe ritoriucTioM or
ELEGANT POSTERS
Airn
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOW CARDS,
W. offer our service to ail who may desire that daas
of work.
We have connected with our Establishment a
BLANIT'BOOK BINDERY,
From which w produce th.
Finest T31axs.ls. Work
am Tne host
8TJPEBB RAH, ROAD BIAKK BOOKS. "
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
Ii to beadmitted :
THI MOST i '
COMPLETE IN FACILITIES, ;
-iro'Tim Motr
. .
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION .
In this City, and we may dd, , .-;
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE.
WITH AN7 ;
s
.:.-. ;.
Printing; House In the Weat. ,. .
; y , - ;
RICHARD KEVINS. '
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PBOPBIETOB.,
Baltimore Clothing House. TLZ
HarinraoTranii arm waounuu bxaum w w ""
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. AOS Wt Baltimore-street, - -W'J
... " (irrwam uimtt am trowaao,)' '- ': ; v .
BALTinOKE, ST; .ct?.'
- , .),. i,
k Large Assortment of riee aid fnrnlshiDg
woas consuntiy ea had a :
OotSSMly
- - -'V - - 'rei!:
ysm manhood: :
Ztmmmmt. HOW LOST, BOW RESIOBIOn
JTJST PUBLISHED, ON THE NATURE, TREA-, .
MEMT AND RADICAL CURE 08 BPEKMATORKUKA
or Seminal Weakness. Bexaal Dahiliia. nn.nM. i.
voluntary Emission, sod tmpolcucy, reiultlug from -Belf-abuse,
o. By Root. J. Culverwstt, M. D. Bent' v
under Mai, in plain envelope, to any addrM.pnt. .f( L
RLINB, 187 Bowery, NewYork PoslOiBo Bo,Noflt
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