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VOL. VIII. NO. 36. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO, SUNDAY- MORNING. JULY -21 ; ' 1801.
tJZ rOLLAHS PEH THE,
Lmritblj la AdT&nef.
iLl)t 3taimxaxt
DAILY. TEI-WEEXLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fUBIISHIBS AHD PBOPBIXTOBS,
03 Offloe Noi. 86, 88 and 10, Horth High Bt
' 11 ftBMB INVARIABLY IN ADVANOl.
Daily .... $8 00 per year.
By the Carrier, por week, 12) centi.
f rl-Woslrly - - - . 8 00 per year.
Weekly ... . 1 00
erma of Advertising by the Square
nt square Tyfu... I'M 00
One " V moi.ths 18 00
Jne " A month! IS 00
One " 3 month) 10 00
One S mouths 8 00
One " I month. S 00
On) square 3 weeks.. 94 00
Ons " ! week).. 3 00
On) ' lweek... 1 73
One " 3 day)... 1 00
One " Sdy... 75
One " 1 Insertion 50
Displayed sdvortlsoments half more than the aboT)
rates.
A Ivertiwmcuts leaded and placed In the column of
Bpscial Notices," double the ordinary rat.
All notices requires, to be published by law, legal rate).
If ordered on the inside exclusively after the first week
per ceii;. more than the above rates; but all such wil
a?iiar In the Trl-Weekly without charge. ,
BuslnessCanls.notexceedlng live lines, per year, ln
si le, $'i 50 per line; outside S-1.
Notloesof meetings, oharltablcsocletlcs, Are companies,
Sao., half price.
Ail transient advertittmenit mutt be paid for in
ionnco lie rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, same price aa the Daily, where the advertiser
sos the Weekly alone. Where 'be Dally and Weekly
er both used, then the charge lor the Weekly will be
fet'f the rutcsof the Dally
No advertisement taken except fur a definite peiiod.
BUSINESS CARDS.
P. A. B. 8IMKH13,
Attorney at Law
A NirNOTART. PUBLIC." -r r ..
Office Ambos fluJJ3lng,eppoalle Capitol Square.
., , . . , . OOLCM11CB. WOJ
uOL. OSBORNH,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
, MAItION,OHIO. -
0O3UT73VCXSTJ
Machine Manufactnring Company
MANtrrioTtraEif or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
- Castings. Hill-GeaTlng, Machinery.
.H.
ALSO,
rXfUlz'Ottcl Worls
j or IVIIT DISOkUTIOK.
COLITITimJS, OHIO.'
OHAB. AMBOS, Bap't. P. AMB08, Treat,
deoll, lBW-tf
Wy Ta.o.o u ftu.ao u oo oVee TU?Mi?y '
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangement.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Counseling at Crestline with the PITTSBURGUI, FT.
WAYNE ODIOAGO BAILROAD
J'or PiWliurah, Philadelpht-e and SaUimore. Alto
for Fori Wayne and Chisago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE BHOBB RAILROAD
For Dunkirk, Uulfalo, Albany Boa.
ton, and Now York.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
from Columbus, In connection with Trains on tha
LITTLE FlIAini AND COLtMBlS
AMD XtAlAlUILKuAD!.
FIRST TRAIN.
NIQI1T EXPBSSS.-Leaves Columbus at 3.40 A, M;
will leave passengers at all station) south ot Gallon,
atop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington and Qllead, and
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving et Cleveland
etfcOuA. M., Dunkirk 3:00 V. M., BuOale 4:25 P. H.
Albany 3.20 A. M., New York 6:35 A. M., Boston 8:30
P. M., Pittsburgh via Crestline 3:ii0 P. M , I'hlladel
phU5:IO A. M. Chicago vU Crestline at 7 00 P. M.
SECOND TRAIN.
"'
NEW YORK EXPRB9aLavee Oolumbu) at 11:10
a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for Whit Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Cardington, Oalion, Crestline, Shel
by, Kew London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Oleveland at 3:35 p. m. Dunkirk, S:5U p. m. But
falo, 10l'.'5 p. m i Albany, h:45a. m i NewYoik, 1:45
. p. u.; BtiSton, 4:40 p.m. Thla Train eonneota at Shel
by for Saodunky, and at Oiaftoa for Toledo, arriving et
Toledo at 6:40 p. m.
THIRD TRAIN.
- MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave) Columbus
at 8.30 p. m. Will stop at all stations South of
8helhy, and at New London, Wellington, drafton,
, and Berea; arriving at Oleveland et V:30 p- rn i Dun
kirk, S:t0a. n. BuHilo, 3:20 a . m. Albany.S W p.m.;
NewYork, 7S0 p. m.; Boston. 11:45 p. m. Pittsburgh)
via CrolllDo, at 11:55 p. m.i Philadelphia. 1:00 p. m.,
Chioago, ' Orestllua, 6:45 al m. Ibis Iroln connect)
at rhelby for Sandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
m km p. m.
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all
Night Trains to Chioago, New -York
and Boston;
Baggagt Chocked 7 ArowfrA to Wove Torh and Hot! on
via Uereiana; aleo, to rtoinatipMa ana
Jeit Xortvia OrttUine. j
RETURNING.'
, Night Ixpreae arrives at Columbus at.. .11:15 P. M.
Cluolnnatl Kiurens arrives at Columbus at 10:50 A. M
Aoconmiodailou Jtxpreoa arrives at Columbus at 7:50
Fare as Low eta by any otter Konto.
ill J; for TickiU via Crttllinetr CUvtland.
B. S. IL1NT, "
EnperlnUndent, Cleveland, Ohio,
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
- . .. Columbus, Ohio.
Colamtus, June 17, 1801. .
Just Beeelradl
I A A nr. CIS OKEEK and BLACK
AUV TUA8 1UO bags prime Rio Uooee.
I AO pockeia old Dutoh Ooveruiaent Java Coffee
la tut i Cevlon Oollee.
8tMbHs. standard White Sugars, consisting allow-
dred, Cbrushed, Uranulated A ana uouos. ,
GO quintals George Buik Oodflab. . , , .
SObbb. Msss and Mo. 1 tlackerel.
6 tea. Pick Bslmon.
100 bx. layer Raiiins. -. , - f. ,
Wat. boxde , do ' - " .t - x..t
100 qr. box -do de
100 til
Cigars, different brands and grade)
now7
Wtt.WeDOSALD.
1V1.lC.
LILLEY,;!
I333MJLXijn.
And Blank-Book Mantiiantaror,
H0BTH BIOS IXSER, C01VHBTJI, OHIO
aarll-dly . -v.- t i '.
Red, White and Bluc
NECK HES.
Jastopenedbr ,i-"5 CS Mt,
. . r.. rBAIJJ t BON, ,
apr!9 Ho.Mgoutnnighelrsef.'
Si
r
a Him ilfl,l a ersii-B-.
, He. 38, BOOTH HIQH STlllI.. t .- -
Hen last received a new make of HOOP SKIRTS
i la avuu)af far laperiat u any yet Intradueed
for
DURAIIILITY AND GRACEFULNESS."
KtkD.
t).0J A r.ttn .
WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY-
The LatestThe lireit Tto t Beit,
The Cheapest Seoaau the Beit,
The most Hollabi Standard Au
thoritr of the Ens; Uah Lang-nag .
Slat Hundred Eminent Eduoaiort of Ohio,
"TUB BEST ENQLISQ DICTIONAET EXTANT."
... LUtrary Men Bceryvhere.
"Haie are onward) of a Hundred Thousand Words,
whose multifarious meanings and derivation), together
with thai i oerraot spelliuf .and DrocuueUlien are clearly
set beroro the eye.'' . ,
Cincinnati Ommeroial.
Bead th Decision of the Member of Me Ohio State
Ueacher' Aetooiutton, y
The undersigned, member) otthe Ohio State Teaohert'
Association, adopt and aim to use la teaching, writing
and speaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
Woraeater') Hoval Quarto Dictionary, end we moat cor
dially recommend it as the most reliable standard au
thority of the English language, as It Is now written and
spoxeu
toatM Ahbrbwb, President Keeyoa College.
M. D. Lraoarr, Superintendent Zaneavillel
Tiios. W. lUavsv. Sup't Uaesllon Union School).
M. t. Oowoaar, Sup't Publlo Schoola, Sandusky.
inni, i.riica, Hup't rutiiio schools, uiroievmo.
8. N. Biiivoan, Principal Oleveland female Scmlna-
Wat. MiTceaxL, Bup't Public School), Mt. Union.
Join Oopxn. PrlnciDal SUte Normal School. Minne
sota.
Cvaus Nasok, Principal Fourth Intermediate School,
Olncinnatl.
H. 8. MiRTie, Sup't Canton Union Schools.
Eowm hseiiL, Prloolpal KoNeely Normal Bohool.
Ku T. TArrtH, Prof. Matbematica, Ohio tnlverslty.
Wat. W. Edwards, Bup't Troy Colon School.
A. a. Bomin, Principal West Ulgh Sohool, Oleve
latd. 8. A. Noktox, Associate Principal Hlgt School, Cleve
land t TntonoRi Stirlwo, Principal High School, Clevej
land. .
: llF.fosiirroN, Principal Oleveland Institute.
3. A. Oaaruu), President of Eleetlo Institute, HI
ram.
W. I. IIariu, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan
Unlvcraitv.'
H. 11. Bajiukt, Ex-Cmmluloner of Common Schools,
vuio.
Jamis Uomtoa, Prof. Rhetoric Oberlln Oollege
TBI). Ull.L. President Antioch Oolleae.
O. W. H. Catbcart, Prof. Mathematics, High
School. Davton.
- B. C. CaouiAueH, Prof. Language, High School,
Peyton. :
1 B. U. Barbm, Sup't Union Schools, Ashland.
1 More Mais Sim Hundred other PretidtnU of Coll.
gee, rrofeeeore. Author ana vieunguuiea juivoa
(ore, hav endorted th above tenUmttM.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Mariitta Collui "It la truly a magnlflcent work.
an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
eounlry." President Andrews.
Onto WtaLiraa Ukivehsitv It exceed) my expect'
tlons. It will be mv auide in orthography and pronun
elation, and will often be consulted by me for Ite neat
and accurate definitions." President Thompson
W. R. Eclictio Oolltoi. "Jleretofore we have used
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
raeultv.it was decided to change it to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
Uarfltld
WirrraH Rgitavi Cotuee. "I find It worthy of
cordial approbation. r President Hitchcock.
OamLi OoLLtoa. "It more than meets my expeote'
tlons. I recommend it aa the standard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." president
morgan.
AimocH Coilioi. "I adoptand aim to use In teaoh
leg, writing ana speaktngr we ertnograpny ana pronun
otetion ot Worcester) Atoyai quarto wiouonary.
President Bill.
"In all mv writing, eneaklng.and teaohlng, I have en'
deavored to conform to the rules for orthography and
pronunciation as ooouintd In Woroester's Dictionary."
Horace Uann, late President.
Ktirvow Comm. flAiniga. '! most cordially reooni'
mnnd It aa tha moat rallabla standard authorltv of tha
English language es it is now written and spoken."
President Andrew).
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF ..OHIO.
From Bet. Anton Smyth, Oommietioner of Common
&AOOU M VMo.
"The Dictionary Is an imperishable monument to the
learning and Industry of Its author, and an honor to the
world of letter). The mechanfcM ecutlon ta rr aupa
i rior ta that of any other Luleoa with which I am ac
quainted."
From Hon. H. B. Barney. Em-Ommutioner oj
School in vmo. i
The most tellable standard authority of the lau
gunge.1'
WHAT Tin
Leading Newspaper of Ohio Say,
from th Cleveland Herald of ItartA 28
Tha arthoaranhv of th Woroestef Dictionary Is that
nsrd hv moat, ir not all. authore of distinction In in is
country end England, and oonforms to tne general usage
of ordinary writers ana speakers.
wiuu, nraindieu mav have existed previously
eirafnl itudv of this volume will invariably bo followed
by a warm appreciation el its grras sssnis, anu a ueeire
to add It to tne well aaioctoa norary, no u urgw or smau,
It Is a library In Itself, and will remain an lmperisha
hie record of the learning or its eompuer.
from the Cincinnati Oommeroial of April 20
nr ire nnwirdi of a hundrad thousand words good,
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are sat elearly before tha eye. The work la
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever puDiuneu. .. .
Iron the CleteUndflaindeaUr of Sept. SO, 18C0
Xrtritl Wmcinn'l RoTAl. OoaRTO DlOTtOMART it
not only tlte lati, but the aarr tw of th two! ever is
sued, and cut by do posa.billtysufler by comparison or
controversy.'
Jfrom th JMeie BUtd of May
Aa in nn.nwn.TlnH. WoaCTSTXJt I) TUB STAXnaltn
followed by our best authors; In definitions be leaves
nothing to be desired, and in ORTUooRAniT it is sufficient
to say that Woacearaa can be eaieiy louowea.
' ' tNGIIAirt it BRAGG,
Publishers, BookeelleradtStatloriore,
KO. 101 SUPERIOR STS CLBTBUASD, OHIO
matt f,.,. t r-T.. I i..'"'." j
,
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
0P
Nowarls.) JSTm eT.
DlTldoneUannarr 1 1 186 1 43 Por Cent
ASSETS............'..... ,...'.'"v".3,813TK 50.
Statement January Is ISQls
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1800.. . ..13,408,591 39
iteoeireu lor rromiume uur
lng the year lbto f voj.toj so
Beoelred for Interest during "
the year low ih.uh m
Total recelote for 1P0O..-.1977.007 74
PaidClalmsbyDeatb,7,050 DO
Paid Polwiee surien-
dertd 41,111 -J
Paid Salariee, Poit-
age. Taxes, aas
change, etc.. 31,020 54
Paid Commissions te
Agent 51,395 30
Paid Physicians' fees. t VOd 73 ' '
Paid Annuities.. 1,517 00 . . , - - .
CM Dividends dur
log the jee, 100,vW 73 6W,UU1 3 U,70 14
Net Balance January 1st, 1861 13,8 IS, &W JO
! ' A83BIS. '
Cash en band I8.C3S4 15, ., ,
Bonds and Mortgages on Ileal ' '-
s.uia, worm aouDie- tus
amount loaned 3,3127,841 C8 , '
Premium Notes, on Policies
in force, only drawing S per
eent. interest.........
I.ST9.J04 17
'., SO S3) iff
Seal Batata.... .......... ,.
Loans on Sorip
Premiums, Notes and Cash, la
j eoutieef transmission....
. t
43,313 75
V1 tetal Assets 3,813ja
T5T5 PoIWh ta faros, Insuring. i....o,8e,88S
J.43S new Policies have Bea Issued during the yeaT.
' After a careful oaleulatlon of the present value of the
outstanding Policies of 'the Company, and having the
eMaeasorw ametemS ta reasrve therefor, the Directors
nave declared s DiviDema of par eent. on the Premr
ma.iiaid at the table rates, to all pe Hoses for life In foroe.
Issasd prior so January 1, US0, payskle aooordlug te th
present rule of the Companyr -
Bates for all kinds of Ill CootlnpooUe, PrespeeS
uses. Statements, aud AopUoatlone. will be fusntohed
wiTHoot eaaaea, at the Oinoe er Agendas of the Corn
pany
I
, ROBT. t. VATTIRSOM, President.
t. n esnvsa vim um.i,iml
BMJ. d.MIUBR, Beeretary. . . ,
i A. Ho ASsieBONe Agent,
. t " No. 4 John sou Block.
March 58, 1801.. , . - , . Oeiumoee.O.
Tit AIM AND FIOtlBED BLACK
JL -, DRBSS BILES, of wwrr grade. .The most selsot
aesertateBt ta tMeity, aad at sauet reasonable ram.
- .,;.. w -! - BAIN 4t BOM,
tprltt ni rZ e 89 leeUi aUcaiUeett'
Ayer'sSvsabarilla
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Allerativ that can bo made. It is
concentrated extract of Para Sarsapanlla,
so combined witn otner auostances 01 anu
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
five antidote for, the diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is 'wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, ana tnat one wmcn wm
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citirens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints:
Scrofula and ScnoPryious Complaints,
Eruptions and Eruptive Diseases, Ulceus,
Pimples, Blotches, Tumohs, Salt Rubum,
Scald Head, Sypuilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Meiicurial Disease, Duopsy, Neu
iialoia on Tio Douloureux, Deuilitt, Dys
pepsia AND INDIOESTION, ERYSIPELAS, EoSB
or St. Anthony's Fiue, and indeed the whole
class of complaints aiisiniirnm IxruuiTV op
the Dlood. !
This compound will tftAtuid 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 rear. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are mppeu in tne duu. xiiuiutuaes can, oy
the aid of this remedy, soars themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, 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
. ' . i . i ... , i aj : : :
burstinir throusli the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you 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, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is wen ; but wim wis
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, ana tne great machinery 01
liio is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has. and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has beon egregiously deceived by
preparations or it, partly because tne arug
alono has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
Dretcndmp? to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any tlung else.
During late years the puuuo have been mis'
led by large bottles, pretending to give a Quart
ot Extract oi sarsaparilla lor one uoiiar. iuosi
nf tlieao hnva hepn frauds unon the side, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa-
rilla, but oltuu no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy ns shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it lias virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intended
to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciouslytaken according to directions on
the bottle. ' '. '
PREPARED 07 '
DR. J. C. AVER & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, fl per Dot tie t Six Dottles for 93.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for ihelf such a renown for the cure of
very variety of Throat uud Lung CumpUint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, tvlierovcr it hns been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief ail it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB THE CtTKD OF
Cotliventit, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Pit, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Vivpsy, Teller, Tumor ani
Salt Rheum, Worms, Oout, Neuralgia, at a
Dinner PiU, and fir Purifying the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive ean take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physio.
Price 25 cents per Box ; Five boxes for $1.03.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent porsonages, nave lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies), but our apace 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 atiore
eomplaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. The nick
want the best aid there is for them, ani they should
have it.
All our remedies-are for sale by
ItOBlRTS at SAMU1L, Columbus,
Asd bv Druftjlshi and Dealers everywhere.
nov9:ljd,twtw
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STEAMERS
TO ANU i'ltOiTI '
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec, .
. raid j
3S"J23'W. YOHK.
The Montreal Ooean Steamship Company's flrst-clsss
ill.rjowandCltde-hallt Steamers sail everr data
nrdstr frosi pokiland, carrying the uanaaiaa
United StaUs Mail and passengers,
. NORWKGIAN, NORTH AMERIOAN,
BOHKMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
- NORTH BRIION, HIBERNIAN,
: OANABUM, . . NOVASOOIIAN.
dborteet, Cbeapest anUnlekcagOon
, ., i vcyauies arwssa
AKBBIGA TO AU PASTI OF ETOOPB.
Rsvtaei ot Fassjae to Boxope, '.'
' - 330, 05. 680.
Will sail from 11TIBPO0L everr ttrettneedaw
and from QUEBBO every fiatturday, eallingal
LONDONDKBJU. to reoelreoa board and land lasllsasd
Passensers. so and from Ireland and Sootland.
Uytbese Steamers are built of Iron, In water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced lurgeosv
siery attention is cam to us comiori ana scoommoea-
tion of Daescnrers. as uey prooeea oirect to low uuh.
DKRT, the gteat rUk and delay of calling at St. John's
Is avoided.
Glass. ow passaaiers are furnished with mew issrore
ueaets w ana irom itonuonoerry.
Return tioksts (ranted at reduced rates,
Certificates issued for carrylni to and brlntineout
sengers from all tha principal towns ofo)rat Britain
Irslaao, at reduced rates, oy mis una er steamers,
by the WASHINGTON Of BAILING PACIUTB,
leaving uvarpooi every "
Slfht Drafte tow XI and upwarde par
laud er valee. '
Tor passage, apply at tbe Offloe. 83 BKOAD.
WAllNsw York, and ltf WATill bt.,
auiverpoois.
- BABET, ft tZiStX, Oeneral Agents,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG.
, BOlO-lydaw ' tost Offloe, Columbus, Ohio.
r
Co-Partnership.
T HATE THIS DAY AD1M1TED
JL soa JAMBS ADOIA BAIN aa partner in my
eesa, which will bet after be conducted snder tbe
of Bain at Bon. P. BAIN, 39 Meats. High Bt.
' Oolambus, fsb IS. 1801. . -. fsbU
' V ' IIENKY KtEHLKK,
flat ef Pharos's IstabllshmenL N. T..) Poprletore
the New York Pashiouabls Bbavlns. Hair Outtme
Shasspoonlng, Our ling and Dressing Saloon, Bast
" street, over the Post Offloe. where satisfaction
be given la all the various branches. Ladles
. Children's Heir 'nsitiii done la the beat slrls. ...
BEAUTIFUL,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER!
I
sTJR SPRING STOCK IS UHUSUAL,-
J lylarre and well assorted. The very Iateat patterns
from AMUitlOAJl, jgtiUHoUauulttivauu. jractonee.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS
SIDELIGHT
AND .
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold 'and Painted Shades,
s' : t ' -
."-GOLD
WINDOW CORNICES
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXTUBE3, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
100aOTAtl3.IIiSl3.f3t
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords and persons erisblog quantities
PsperwtU Baits money b laving cl us. Country
Merchants and psrsons from abroad will do well to call
and see as. aprll 1-dSmecdl ft. & A.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
CONNECTING! At BELLAIRB WITH THH
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
ava a oiTTannROH WITH IHB
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
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Route to all Eastern Cities !
Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
MOBNINO IZPBISg
leaves Oolamhns 1 SO A. M. from Union DfDot
tla
Beiutrs er Bteaosiivlils.' arrives at beilalre, iu.xv A
M.i BtenbenTille. 13.80 P.M.; Pltubarfh, 3 40 P. At. I
Harrlsbarg, 1.10 A. U.: via Allentown, arrives at New
York 8.00 A. M.j ia fhiladtlphla. arrires at Phila
delphia, S. 10 A. M.i New York, 10.30 A. M. Connects
also at Ilarrisoart for Baltimore, arriving si 7.43 A. M.
Sleeping Cart attached to this Train
Iroln Oolnmhas, ran directly through to Beilalre or
Piltsbaria without change; and Passengers via Alien
town arrive in New York at S A. it., .i '
UTTWO IIOCBfl IN ADVANCJ Of NOBTHBRM
itiaais. ...,.,i ' . .
This Train also conneets at Beilalre with the
Baltimore and Ohio Eailroad..
; PITTSBUBOH EXPHISS. 1 e. ' i
Leaves Oolambus 11 81 A K ; (rem Union Depot, via
ataabenvlllei arrives at Newark. IS 30 P. U.I Co.hoo-
ton, i.lS P. M. stsubeuville, 0 P. St.; Pltuttarg, .u
P. M. irrrhls Is tne only route hy whiob Puaengers
oin leavsOlnolnnaU at 7 A. M., go thraagh te Pttts
hurgh a daylight, without change of ca ra or delay .
1ASI UNI. J
ana
Leaves Columbus t.lS P. If frons Union Pspot, via
Ballalret arrirea at NearS. Iw r, al l asnesnne,
4 33 P. M l Beilalre 7 .Si P. U.; Plt'aburrb, U.2S P.
uarri.barg, i.OU A. M.I ria AUentovn. arrives
at New Tork,4 P. M.i win Philadelphia, arrirea
Phliadsipbia, l.iu r. as. ; new lera. a r. at, sots
Train also connects at Usrtlabarg for Baltimore, ar
riving ati r. n. . i
This Train runs through to Beilalre or Pittsburg with
out c nan re ef Care; and from Pittsburg there Is no
change of Oars to Philadelphia, or via Allentowa to
New ors ttus onertng .
The oolf Route from Colnmbns to Baltlinore,
Fmladelpbla, or New York, with only
one change of Cars. -
Bv this Train Passsnnrs arrive la New Toik Are
hours In advance of tbe Northern lines.
This Train also ooaascts at Beilalre witn the Baltimore
and Ohio A- s .. .
UTTbts Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg;,
ana 'more tnan iuu mues inorter to ,
New York, than Northern Lines.
.
Bagrjago Cheoked Thronelx to all im
.
poitmt roinu. ats. - .
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.. .. m ov'.'i iw u
' ASK JOB TICKETS TIAi "
.
BELLAIRB OR 8TEUBEKVILLE.
and
Tlckete Good ever aitber Koate.
JSO. Tf. BA0Wtr,!'V '
flea. Ticket Agent Oentrnl Ohio R. X.
I. A. HUTCHINSON.
Oca. Tleket AgeatSteutacuville Short Line.
t
JeH'
and
" i ' , . COIilOTBUS, OtllOjc i.- i -
A.GRICULTURALWAREHOUSB
1 And Seed StJore,
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GENERAL HARDWARE,
NAILD, GLASS, BASH, PUTTY, COBBAQA,
Onne, rieiales WosdWlllew Wares
sthetand Bubber Belting,
Ieee Iieatber, Hoe ani
king. s . i
P1V
bnei
firm
State
will
aad
.
-I E N T L E ill E If . .. A U5ISUUfG
NcrelUesln NeckTlMand Soarfs. ' ' ' .
, - Byron and Gartote Oollan. ' J
'. ' ; " , " Embroidered Pocket Handkerohlatsi
FSrls Kid Qlovsa, suprrior man. , , ,,,v, v ti
Golden Hill Shirts, various slilee.
Beys' Golden Hill Shirts, do
.. Drivins-and Street lores, dc - . I K
Hemmed foots I Handkerohlesj, VarksBS stjlss. I
rA. AUU tloee ana unaee wstwaiB, '-.. 'mM Mc
Ke loath High street.'
&l)t (Oljitf Statesman
II1XI,
Daily, per year... , f 00
Tri-Weekly, per tar... 3 OS
Woekly, per yesi 1 00
[Special Correspondence of the N. O. Picayune.]
The Southern Army of the Potomac
—Gen. Beauregard.
MANASSAS JUNCTION, VA.,
July 7th, 1861.
of
This Dlace still ooDtinnea tbe heeidaaarters of
the army of tbe Potomac There are saaoy In
dications of an intended forward movement,
the better to invite tbe enemy to an engage
ment, but the work of fortifloation etiil contin
ues. By nature, the position Is one of the
strongest that could have been found In tbe
wnule atate. About balf way between the east
era spur of tbe Blue Ridge and tbe Potomac,
below Alexandria, it commands the whole
country between so perfectly that there -is
scarcely a possibility of its being turned. The
right wing stretobes off towaid tbe headwaters
of tbe Ooooauao. through wooded country.
Which Is easily made lm passable bv tbe felling
oi trees, l he letc is a rolllug table land, easily
commanded from the successive elevations, till
you reuch a country so rough and rugged that It
is a defense ta itself. The key to tbe whole
position is precisely that point which General
Beauiegard chose for bis oenter, aud which be
has fortified so Rtrongly that, In tbe opinion of
military men, u.uuu men could there bold M,
UOOatbiy.
I be poeitlon, In fact, is fortified, in part, by
nature herself. It is a succession oi bills, near
ly equtJistant from each other, iu Iront of
which is a ravine so deep and so thickly wooded
that it is impassable only at two points, and
tnose tnrougn gorges wmcn Buy men can de
fend against a whole army- It was at one of
tbese points tnat tbe Washington Artillery
were first encamped, aod though only balf the
battalion was then there, and we bad olr one
company oi infantry to support us. we sleU as
souuaiy uuaer tne protection oi our guos us 11
we nea oeen in a lort ot tne amplest dimen
sions.
Of tbe fortlfioations suoeradded here bv Gen.
Beaoregard to those of nature, it is of course
not proper tor me to epeik. Tbe general read
er, in iict, will nave a sunlclenily preolse idea
of them by conceiving a litio of forts some
two miles in extent, sig zg in form, with en
gles, salients, bastions, casemates, and every
thing that properly belougs to works of this
kind.
The strength and advantages of this pisltion
at Manassas are very much increased br tbe
fact that fourteen miles further on is a position
Of similar formation, while tbe country between
is aOmiraoiy adapted to tne subsistence aud en
trenenment ot troops in numbers as Urge es
they can be easily macceuvered on the real
battle field. Water is good end abundant;
forage such aa la everywhere found In tbe
rich farming districts ol Virginia, and tbe com
munication with all parts of tbe country easy.
Here, overlooking an extensive plain, wat
ered by mountain streams which ultimately
Hod their way to tbe Potomao, and divided into
verdant fields of wheat aod oats and corn, pas
ture and meadow, are tbe headquarters ol tbe
sdvanced forces of tbe Potomac. They are
South Carolinians, Loulsianlacs, Alabumlans,
Miesisslpplans and Virginians, for the moat
parti tbe first two, singularly enough, belog
Iront, and that they will keep it, their friends
at home may rest assured. Never have I seen
a finer body of men men who were more obe
dient to disoipline or breathed a more eelf-iacri-floinj
patriotism.
As might be expected from the skill with
which he bag chosen his position and tbe sys
tem with which be encamps and moves his men,
Gen. Beauregard is very popular here. . I doubt
if Napoleon himself baa more tbe undivided
confidence of his army. By nature, as also
from a wise policy, he ts very reticent. Not
Individual berat knows hla plana or a eiogle
move of a regiment before it ia mvl,, uu
only tbe colonel and bis men know where
goes. I here is not a man here who can give
anything like a satisiaotory answer bow mny
men be has or where bis exact lines are. For
the distance of fourteen miles around yon eee
tents everywhere, and from them you can make
a rough estimate oi his men; nut how many
mora are encamped on tbe by-roads and in tbe
forests, none can tell.- I he new-comer, from
what he sees at tbe first glauce, puts down
number at about SU.OQO men; those wbo have
beea here longest, estimate his force at 40,0U0,
bU.UUU, and some even at b'J.UUU atrong. Ami
tbero is tbe same ducrepinoy as to the quantity
of his artillery. So close does tbe General keep
S affairs to himself, bie iett band bardiy knows
bat bis right baud doeib, and so iealous Is
of this prerogative cf a commanding officer
that I verily believe it he suspected bis coat
any acquaintance with tbe plans revolving
within bim, be would cast it irom mm.
Tbe Geceral'a headquarters Is a little farm
house, about fifteen by twenty, fronting on one
of the roads that lead to Alexandria. The
ground floor is divided Into two rooms. Tne
front one is filled with desks, at whiub olerks
sit writing, or engiged in business of a varied
character. Tbe back one appears to be need
tor a storeroom aod kitchen. Above, the same
division oontinoes, and the front room is
General's apartment. It Is about fifteen feet
long by ten wide, ana nung with mane ot
State and the country around. In the center
plain pine table, on which lie, neatly folded
up, what the visitors would naturally take to
plans, specifications, surveys, geometrical draw
tugs, etc., ana oy tneir sine military reports.
tverjthlng has the air ol neatness, coolness
mathematical calculation. Of course, there
nothing la tbe room but what pertains
the office, aud to most eyes it would appear
somewhat bare; but wbat tnere Is, is arranged
with so muon taste tnat tne general improsaiou
Is by no means uupleasing.
Tbe Ueneral la in bis room tbe greater
of tbe day, apparently occupied with bis plans
and reports. 1 hen hour alter hour beeita alone
by bis neat little pine table, maps, plans
pectncaiions oeiore mm, aud large open win
dows behind and around bim, at first sight
cold, calculating, uusympathiilog mathemati
cian, Every now and then an aid entere
a report or a meeeage, wbicii Is delivered
military style, deliberately examined in silence,
tbe corresponding order promptly written out
delivered la aa lew wotda as possible, aod
mathematical iceberg ia left alone again.
When a visitor drops In. however, at a leisure
moment, tbe lormallty of the officer readily
gives way to that easy interchange ot civilities
which onaraoteriaes our people at home,
nothing more. Esen at the table, when
General Is daily surrounded by the most distin
guished gentlemeu of the oountry, there
pears to be a distance wmcn i suppose is natu
ral to his position, but which is rarely found
elsewhere.
Tha leading cbatactcristlo of Gen. Beaure
gard's mind la olearuese of perception. Super
added to this is a strictly matnematioai educa
tion. This you see la every word and look,
even In the expreeaiou oi his laue. blues,
sinss, and tangents atick out everywhere,
person be is slender, out compeoiiy bulit.
extremely neat. Add to thie a precision
manner, aiigntiy mootnea oy ine ease
obaraoterigea the well bred man of tbe world,
and you have a correct Idea of tbe man whose
word la law ana gospel ureugnout one of
largest, most intelligent and beat appointed
armies ever assembled on the American conti-
nent. . .- . j . - . v -
In bit personal staff tbe General has been
culiarly lortunate. They are principally
Sooth Carolina, the same he had with bim
the siege of Fort Sumter, all of them accom
plished, discreet gentlemen, of tbe moat pleas
log manners. Among them I have been
to meet Col. Preston, so long a resident and
well known in Louisiana, whose genial society
mast be a happy relief to the severe labors
the day.
- Tbe General's mess Is very much la keepiog
with bis character, and simple enough lor
noleori himself, it Is served on a loug pine
ble, set in aa open plana of the farmboaie,
and all his friends are hospitably welcomed
It time times a day. The General sits
la tbe middle, bis aids Immediately on one side
and bis latest gnests on tbe otherj tbe rest of
the oompany as tbejr may ehooee or ohance to
seat themselves. Tbe viands are) snob as tha
oountry affords; only tbe rloe was "Imported,"
and with il, I suspect, South" Carolina -cook,
for every kernel was as Independent as tbe
H. B.
GfNiasL Bortca's Wire an AcratsB. The
Cincinnati Gazette gives the following account
of the career of Mrs. General Botlir ts an
actress:. .
Mrs. General Butler wee Miss Ssrab Hildretb,
was for several years before her marriare. very
sucoesbfully connected with tbe stsge la some
vi iu, inrgeet ciues in tne union, one mane
ber debut in the Old Park Theater In 1839, as
marianna in The Wire." In 1843, sotlog
manager w. II Chlnoondale. f'Old Chin").
eogaged ber f (be leidinw lady of the "New
National Theater" In Cincinnati, where she
openea as "noeaiiod" in "As You Like It,"
nut osooming fatigued ana worn wltb study, re
signed her pjeitiou efter three months (daring
which time sbe bad performed a star engage
ment at Aiouuviiie), and received a comoll
mentary benefit whioti was orowded bv the elite
oi Cincinnati, witn whom she baa a large so
qnaintance. On that occasion sbe periormed
tbecbaraoter ef ' Ion" with marked ability aud
applaupe, -
Mr. Duller, to wbom she was then engaged,
was present at . the performance (having come
otv to accompany ber borne to Lowell), and
expressed bis surprise and gratification at ber
tiiumpn; i ney were soon alter married, ana
it is Mid sbe exacted a oondition from bim,
that tbe should ika.Uewed te return to tbe
stage at the end ol a year if sbe wished, but
the care or a family changed ber views, and
sbe has since never appeared before tbe public
in
it
tbe
STONE'SBAZAAR.
No. 4c GKvvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HIRRI
A IIE1VOW RECEIVINOTIIEIHWIN
I. TER GOODS, and Invite tha public to Inspect
them. No such stock nf Goods hu ever been brought to
tills msrkrt. Tbe South, in oonsequence of the failure
or tne grain crop, nsa not Men sole to purchase tne us-
ualquantity of rich goods, snd this fact baa forced the
Imuorters to sell them at rniblio auction. Our bore
(Mr. Stone) helot In New Tork at these lern sales, took
.dvantane of them, and we can and s'lll sell our goods
here, at les than any one who purchased two weeks slnoe,
paid for them in Mew York. Uur stock Is complete In
every department of
ELEGANT DRES3 SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCIIE VALENCIA9,
PRINTED MERINOS.
PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUGS
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS, -
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought ia One Day,
LADIES FURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Mon's.La.llcs and Children's Under Shirts and Drawers:
Ladles, aliases and Ohlldren's Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's wool; fleecy Lineu ana votton uiptoc
of every make.- '
ALSO
A complete assortment of all the usual vane
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS.
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies andOent'i Linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, &c
To persona who call on ns, we pls lge our words to
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever eeen In this market, or pay Uiem one dollar per
hour wniie looking.
dct-dli2tawltw. EIONB t O'HARRA
be
ot
the
tbe
is
be
SOMETHING NEW
HOWARD & CO'
s.
AMERICAN WATCHES,
CALL AT NO. 83, SOOTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new make of
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by E. HOWARD fc CO , Boston, Mars.
These Watches are far superior to anything ever offered
to the publlo, heretofore. Having the exoluslve agency,
I can sell them at prices to suit the times. I hire Just
received large stock of
AMERICAN WATCHES,
mauafaatared by APPLEIOK, IBAOY, A CO i also, a
fine assortment ot
KNGL1SU AND SWISS WATCHES,
' la Gold and Silver Oases, at Panto prices.
jin23 W. J. BAY AOS.
and
is
to
and
the
In
or
our
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State and Town.
THE OLD OAKHUOE ,
BUOP ts still running, aod although Qc.
the pressure of lata years has set heavily
unon her runnlui sears, she is still turn-
i.g out loose spienaia rrtAiunq, nuuaAiraio,uia
PHINCB ALBEKT'd BlUfTlNG TOPS Snd NO-TOP
BUOUIKS, 0AHK1AGKS, KXPRKS8, SKRLETOM,
Il K MOO RAT end GROCERY WAGONS. SMALL OMNI
BUSES snd HACKS. Twenty years steady manufao
luring haa given cur work a wide-sperad reputauon
through the Bouu ana n est.
e mentors deem It unnecessary to say any ming more
In regard to the quality ef our work. We waabt
svxai Vshicu. We eaa sell eoos lor Beeem froea
U1S to $m.
Uealera aan be furnished with any amount of work et
short notice, and at prions lower than can be bought any
where in the West. Second hand Haggles taken ia es
change for new work.
PlloiiatrlBg done neatly ana at soon now, sac
ton on Front, between Btals and Town streets, Colum
bus, Ohio.
r rAll communications win receive prompi aitoouou.
lug. Jl-wly M. WILLIAMS ds 00
but
tbe
ap
oo
la
and
of
- Irish Linen Goods.
WAKUAMTED FABRIC
Linen Shirt Bosoms Pialn and fancy
Bbtrting and Boson Linens.
... Linen Sheetings and Pillow-Casings.
Linen Oambrlce and Long Lawns.
Linen Pocket bandkr(s, all aiaes
' Linen Towoiiings and PlaperS
Lines Napkins and D'Oyllee.
Linen Table Clothe and Satin Damasks.
Linen Towela with colored borders.-
Linen Stair Coverings and Onus. ,
gar sale at low prioes. '
BAIN at BON,
kVft i. ' Me. 19 Soatalllgh stress.
TiaNNGTB.
KIBBONS TABS, AND
U KUOUfS, new styles, Just opened by
BAIN at BOli,
spriU
No. (9 South Hlxk street.
tbe
pe
front
at
nappy
so
of
(trruNB OBITTINDtN. . . BCNST T. CttlTTgNDIM
S. & He Te CHITTENDEN
... " ATTOENSTJ AT LAW.
TTF Offices. 980 Broadway New Tork City,
PAjtsom' BoitDtisa, Columbus, Ohio. .... .
JCrCererulatteutloo paid to Collections. ",
sprllfcdflss '"" ' " "' '
OPKINO CLOAKS AND BASUINESI
O MKW BULKS Slain cV Son, No. ff South
High street, have Juat opened new atylee or ciotm era
onLAUa. tUsooiiKa and aVaoeoaa, asada ia Ute aewee
moat stylish manner. Also, fcesaorb S levin
lllacta Mike, very heavy, designed expressly
MAUtllluen4BBsquln.ee. . lapnu
Ia-
Canton Mattings.
ta
to
neatly
4: "win
Kd. A-A. wntta aad Had ant
hits Cheeked et sapeiior enemy, gor sale hy
taUSS ' ' ' ' - . McSSBoutaElgast,
. , . . .. . ....- BAia aa BU.J.-
OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
BOOK AN JOB
PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT -
Having increased Its already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES,
ts fully prepared te execute In tbe
MOST ELABORATE MANNER,
mm tx
THE LATEST STYLES,
C1TAL00UE3,
BBIIFS,
BIXL8 LADING,
1 Bat, ntit'i.
NOTES,
DRAFTS,
0HI0E3,
OlROCLaBfl,
PAMPHLETS,
IKTTEB HEADS,
LSOAI. BLAITKS,
DBAY RECEIPTS,
LABELS, CABDI,
ENVELOPES,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any EtUUlthmtnt In the State, and upon
terms whioh will compare favorably with th
leading Eastern Printing Bouses.1
Having every Faoility to aid L,T.
IN TOE FBODCOTION OF
ELEGANT POSTERS
AND
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
SHOW CARDS,
Ws offer our services to all wbo may desire that class
of work.
tTe have connected with our EitjLlUhment a
BLANK'BOOK BINDERY-,
from which we produce the
3PlX3.oiat 3314sxls, Work
AMD THI HOST
S0PfiB BAIL ROAD BLANK BOOKS.
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
Is to beadmltted
THE LAIiaEST
tHI MOST
COMPLETE LVIFACILITIES,
ArroJrai'MosT
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and we may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARE
wm ANT
Printing House In tha treat.
RICHARD KEVINS,
Baltimore Clothing House,
and
muss et? -rtT.TTivr,
aaararaeTrasas an wbolisalb paaaase t ' ' '
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-etreet, r
(bbtwbbss uuxtt an awaaa,) '
7 ,
. i BALTIHOKE, TV
A Largs, AsMrtmsnt of Fieae aai rarnlsblojf f
Ooods Coastaatl ta Haad; I ,, ..
OetSSMIy . ' I
aad
fo
MANHOOD.
HOW WK, SOW XKStOKZS.. .i f
JOT PCBLMHIB, ON BS NATORS, TStA ,.;
MBNt AND BADIOAbCUHX OP SPIKwAfOABtlSi
er aeeslDal WeeAasesa, Sexual Debility, Nervoasewss.ta '
volaotary IsIssIodb and las potency, resnltlag Iroea
Serr-abeiea, See. By Root. J. Oulmarell, sf . D. Seat '
aadersjal,laa plain eavelope, to any arldraea.yeatt
paid, aa receipt of tw stamp, by Br. OUAS. 4.0 . . ,
KLINBs 1X1 Aewary, Me Jar. Pees Otto Bo. N ' -
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