TOL VIII. NO. 38:
COLUMBUS. OHIO, WEDNESDAY
MORNING. JULY 24, 1861:
TariaDi la eUnwj-;; -
lj,c (D)w Statesman
DAILY, TBI-WEXXLY AND WEEKLY
i.lANYPErJNY & MILLER,
PUBLISHIES AJTD PROPRIETORS,
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weekly, ..... s qq "
eriua at Advertising by the Square.
n square I yeai . . , 120 00
')ne " i months 18 00
jne "0 montln 1J 00
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One " I month. S 00
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One ' 1 week... 1 75
One 3 day... 1 00
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Displayed advortlitmonts half mere than the abort
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el le, ' 00 tier line; outside
Notices of meeting, churl tables octettes, Ore oompante,
an., half price.
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al-ance file rule will not be varied from.
Ww'kly, name price as the Daily, where the advertlMi
s:jlhe Wcokly alone. Where 'he Daily andWeekl)
r.-imth used, then the oharge lor the Weekly will be
ai I the iiiti s of the Dally
No advertisement taken except for a definite poilod.
r P. A. B. SUDORS,
i3k.ttOV3Q.oy txt TjCfW
AMD NOTARY PUBLIC.
ilfflc-Amboi Building, opposite Oapltol Square.
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
Machine Mannfactnring Company
ik Uvr--vr-AJL U.
Mitirrracnmns or . .
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Castings, mil-Bearing, Machinery.-
u iwir DiscRirTion.
OHAS. AMDOS. Sup't. p. AMBGB, Treu. '
1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at Creitllne with the PiriSBURGrL.FT.
WAYNH ft. ODIOAOO RAILROAD
For Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alto
for Fort Wayne and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE SHORE BAIL
lor Dunkirk, Rnffalo, Albany, Uoe-lou,
and New lork.
-THREE TRAINS DAILY,
From Columbus, to eonnectloa with Iralni on the
l.lTTI.r. rHIAITH AND COLUMBUS
AND XUM1A Utll.UuAlN.
nasi train.. .
NIGHT EXPRESB.-Leaves Columbus at 3.40 A.M ;
will leave passengers at all statlona south of Gallon,
stop at Dria.ar, Ashley, Cardlngton and Glli-ad, and
ut ell stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
st 9:0o A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M Buffalo 4 23 P. M.
Albany S.SQ A. M., New York 6:33 A. M.. Boston 8:30
P. M , PltisbnrKh via Crestline 3:S0 P. M , Philadel
phia 3:10 A. 11. Chicago via Crestline at 7310 P. II.
NEW YORE EXPRKSd-Leave Columbus at 11:10
a.m. Will stop ai Lewis Oeutre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware. Oardlngion, Oallon Crestline, Bhel
b,New Loudon, Wellington and Orafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:33 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m. Bul
ralo, 10:25 p. m ( Albany, h:45a. m. NewYoik, 1:43
p. m. Btston, 4:40 p. m. Thle Train oonnecU at Bhel
byfor8auduky,and at Giaftonfor Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 0:40 p. m. .
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
at.30 p. m. Will atop at all stations South of
Shelby, and at New London, tVelllngton, Orafton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at f:30 p. a.; Dua
klik,S:t)0a. m.; BuOVIo, 3:20 a . m.; Albany, 220 p. m.;
NewYork, 7S0p m. 7 Boston, 11:45 p m.; Pl'tsburgD,
vaCrtllne.al 11:53 p. m.; Phlladolphla, 1:00 p. m.,
Chicsgo, tit Crestline, 0:45 a. m. This Train connect
at helby for Baudusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:53 p. m.
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all
Night Trains to Chicago, Sew
York and Boston.
Baggagt Checked Through to Keva York and Sotton
via (Utreiand: alto, to Philadelphia and
JVu iorkvia OrttUine.
Night Express arrives atOolumbue at... 11:15 P. M.
Cincinnati axcreis arrives at Uolumlmmt 10:50 A. M.
, AecommodaUon Express arrives at Columbus at 7:50
Faro a Low by any other Itonte.
Atk for TiektUtia Crettlinetr Clndmd.
Cnperlntendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
.. , ' , JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
I- Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus, June 17, 1861.
1m II F. CU GKEEN and ULACK
1UU XaiAS tOO bags prime Rio Conee.
ISO pockets old Dutch Government Java Coffee. !
18 bags Ceylon Coffee,
2 On obis, standard White Sugars, eonsiitlng nf Pow
- dred, Ohraahed, Granulated A and B Coffee.
SO quintals George Buik Uodu-di .
80 bbls. Mess and No. 1 Mackerel. . ,
6 tea. Pick Salmon. . 1 -r . .
100 bx. Layer Raisins.
(SO hf. box do, do '; . ' .' i '
100 qr. box do d
100 l Oigars, llfftrent brands arid' grades,
aorfl WM. McDONALD.
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And BlankBook Hanufantnrer;
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Hsv Just reoelved a new make of ' E06p IffTRTl
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Shi Bvmdrti Eminent Educator of Ohio,
"TIIK ilEST ENflLIBII DICTIONARY EXTANT.''
Literary Attn JSttryithort.
"He i are upwards or a Hundred Thousand Wordi,
whose multifarious meanings and derivations, together
with thai correct spelling, and pronunciation are dearly
set before (be eye."
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The undersigned, members of the Ohio State Teachers'
Association, adopt and aim to use In teaching, writing
and speaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester's Roval Quarto Dictionary, and we most cor
dially recommend It as the moat reliable standard au
thority of the English language, as It Is now written and
Loam Aitdriw., President Kenyon College.
M. D Lsoorrrr, Superintendent Zanesvlile Bohooll.
Taos. W. Uaavn, Hup't Haastlon Union Schools.
M. V. Cowniav. Sup't Publlo Schools, Bandnsky.
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sota. Ctbus Naeoit, Principal Fourth Intermediate School,
H. 8. Hartih, Bup't Canton Union Schools.
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Ku T. Taftan, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
Wm. W. Rowaros, Sup't Troy Union School.
A. 0. Eoraim, Principal West High Bchool, Oleve
B. A. Norton, Associate Principal nigh School, Cleve
land TniosoRi Btirliko, Principal High Bchool, Oleve
R. F. nrjmsTOH, Principal Oleveland Institute.
J. A, QiariiLD, President of Electic Institute, Hi
ram. W. L. Harru, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan
II. II. BtRitrv, Ex Oommlnloner of Common Schools,
Jahes Mohroi, Prof. Rhetoric Oberlln College.
Tuoa. Hul, President Anttocb College.
0. W. H. Cathcart, Prof. Mathematics, High
B. 0. CRrjMBADaif, Prof. Language, High Bchool,
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an honor to the author, tl. publishers, and the whole
country. "President Andrews.
Obio Wdlita UnvnsiTT.-'It exceeds my expecta
tions. It will be my guide In orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me tor It neat
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W. S. Xclictio Colleoe. "Heretofore w have used
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
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eordial approbation." President Hltohcock.
Oidilth Coluos. "It more than aieete my expecta
tions. I recommend It as the standard authority In
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pronunciation as contained In Worcester's Dictionary."
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mond Itaa the meat reliable standard authority of the
English language a It is now written and spoken."
President Andrews. .
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Bohoolt in Ohio.
"The Dictionary is an Imperishable monument to the
learning and Industry of Its author, and an honor to the
world of letura. The mechanical execution la far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted." . -
From Bon. IT. B. Barney. E-Commitlontr oj
iaitooiA in unto.
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From tht Cleveland Beratd of March 28.
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nsed by most. If not all. authors ol distinction In this
country and England, and conforms to the general usage
or ordinary writers ana speakers. -
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careful study of this volnme will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of lis great merits, and a desire
to add it to in. wen aeiectea norarv. tie it una or smau,
It is a library Inltself. and will renala an Imperisha
ble record of the learning or Its compiler. .
irom tht Cincinnati Commercial of April 20.
Tier, an nowarda of a hundred thousand word rood
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct upelltng and pro
nunclatlon, at aet clearly before the eye The work Is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
From tht Cleveland Plaindealtr of Sept. CO, 1800.
iTtfantlw Woanmi'i Roval Quarto DicnoiukT it
not only tht latt, butthert work of tht kind ever it
uad.andcan by no possibility suffer by comparison or
From tht Toledo Blade of Bay 29.
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followed by our best authors; In definitions be leaves
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to say that Worcbter can be aaieiy roiiowea.
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SO. 191 BUPEHTOU ST., OLEVELAND, OIIIO.
THE JIUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY
Dividend Jannary 1 , 1 so I 43 Per Cent.
ASSETS ....$31256 50.
Statement January ! 1SS1
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1300 93,408,583 39
Raoslted for Premium dur- - "
Ing the year imil vuj,U5J 5j
Received for Interest during
Total reoelDtl for 16X10.... SU77,067 74
Paid Olalma by Death ,207 ,050 HO .
Paid Policies turren- '
dered , 41,111 5"
Paid Bslaries, Pmt- , , 1
age, Taxes, Bx '
chant, etc 31,020 31 "
Paid Communions to ; .
Paid Physicians fees.- a,!id 71
Paid Annuities -. 1,317 wi ,
Paid Dividends dur - '
Ing the jear ... ...100,300 73 5CS.0OJ 1.3
Net Balance Jannary lit. Iffll. . .. .
ABSETS. 1 ,:
Ouhon hand.... 0.C2fl 1(1
Bonds and Mortgage on Real
Estate, worth double the -
amount loaned 2,327,841 63
Premium Notes, on Policies
In force, onlydrawbgOpor 1
cent. Interest.-" 1,979.BM 17
Real Estate ,. 90,893 87
Loans on Scrip 3,93144
Premiums, Note and Cash, In
eonrseof transmission.... 45,343 73
f 1,812,559 50
T575 rollcle m tone, Intarlnf ...., o488639
1,435 new Policies have been Issued daring the year.
I After a careful oakalatlon of th present rata of the
ohtatandln Policies of th Company, and bavin tha
neoessciry amount la reserve therefor, th Directors
ban declared a Divider of 43 Mr oent. on th Premi
um said at th table rates, to all polloie for life In fore.
Issued prior to January 1, U00, payable according to tb
present ml of th Company. ...
Kate for all kinds ot Lit Contingencies, Prospect
uses, Statements, and Applications, will b furnished
wrrnooT ciuaos, at tb Cures or Agencies of th Com1
pany.' ' -
v;i lis .0 aOBt. Ii. ATmS0S Frldent.
I . ,. L. 0. GE0VER,VW President. : ,
BKnJ. 0 MILLER, Secretary,
M. H. Btitnont Aaent, '
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:iiaroh28, 1601. -.
I -1 No. 4 JuhirMn Block".
' - " Colombo, 0."
TiIiAIW AMD riOCBED BLACK
X DRESS BILKS, of sverv grad , Tb moM ssUot
asearusont la two cm-, aoj st saoatnuunabi rata. .
, -. HALM SOS,
eBrttl r:, T. t Seath High HrW
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a crmalitutiimnl disease, a corruption of the
blood, by vhic;h this fluid becomes vitiated,
wcuiv, und poor. Being in the circulation, it
pcmules. llio wholn body, nnd rnny burst out
in disoaso on any part of it. Ko ornn i free
from its attack, nor is thero one winch it may
not destroy. . J. lie ecroiuioue tmnt is variously
caused by niercuiinl disease, low living, dis
ordered or unlienltliy food, impure air, iilth
and filthy tmbits, tlio depressing; viceB, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation J " indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, " I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
their children." ,
Its cfleeu commence by deposition from thu
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in tho glands, swellings', and on
the surface, eruptions pr sores. This foul cor.
ruption, which genders in tho blood, depresses
the energies of life, no that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suTTer from scrofulous complaint-',
but they have far less power to with
stand tho attacks of other diseases; conse
quently vost numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal ' by this taint in tho
system. Most of tho consumption which de
cimates the human family 1ms its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; arid many
destructive diseases of tho liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
aro aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of nil our people arc scrofulous ;
their persons are invnded by this lurking in
fection, nnd their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by nn alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food nnd exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise for this every,
win re prevailing and futal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
avstem from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other enac
tions which arise from it, such as Enrrnvs
and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's Fihb,
Rose, or Eiivsipelas, Pimpi.es, Pi'stiiles,
Blotches, Ulains and BoiT.s,TiMoit9,TErTr.it
and Salt Kiietjm, Scald Head, IIinowoum,
Kiii-.i-matism, Syphilitic and Meiiciiiiai.Dis
kase4, Dunrav, Dyspepsia, Dehimtv, And,
indeed, all Complaints aiiisino i-iiom Vitia-
ti:i on Impi'iir Blood. Tho popular belief
in " ii'tmtrilu of the Hood" is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose ana virtue ot tins sarsapa
rilla is to nurifvand rerencrato this vital fluid.
without which sound health is impossible in
ron TnE sFtr.oy cirrtE or
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague
Item It tent Fever, Chill Fever, lliunli
A;iie, Periodical Ileailorhe, or Bilious
Headache, anil Ililloa Fever, Indeed
for the whole clns of disease originate
Insr in biliary derangement, canard by
the Malaria f Miasmatic C'onntrle.
Ye are erm"Ued here to ofler the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless m any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where theso amiding disorders prcruil. This
"Crun" expels the miasmatic poison of Fr.vnt
AND AuVF. from the system, and prevents the do
vclopmcnt of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet distovcrcd fi r this class
of complaints, hut also tho cheapest.' Tho large
quantity we supply for a dollar brines it within the
reach nf every body; and in bilious disttieti, where
I'eveii and Aoi'E prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and prol' i-.
tints. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent;! is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as hcallhy as if
tliev had never had the disease.
Fever anil Airni" is not nlone the consequence of
the miasmatic poteen. A great variety of disor
der arise imm its irritation, r.monir v.nicii are
Xeuyalgitt, Rheumatism, (otif, Headache, llliml
nest, 'l'oPlnrh?, Eararhr, Catnri!i,As'.hv.m, l iil-
pituti'M, I'ttuttul Ana titr.i r; t!.e fi'l: v, ll,isin--
' n,'.. - f, . .1. -.('.. 1 .......-.... '.1 , .
Its, i tun in i ? ijudi.j, vwut, i ,tnt;i mm
runtime)'! cf the ''fi.:.'mr'-, all of wl.uh, when
originating in tins cause, put on the- ,m.'i'i:')if
tupc, or become pciiodical. This " Vvrx " crprU
the poison from the blood, nnd conse.iiicnlly riires
them all alike. It is nn invaluable nrolrrtinn It.
immigrants and persons travelling r li inpni ivily
residing in the malarious districts, li taken occa
sionally or daily while cxpr.ied to ilia iule.-iion,
that will be excreted fr.:u the s,..teui, and cins ct
accumulate in suiricient quantity to lipe.i into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable f. .i- protec
tion than cure, and f . w will ever siifb-r from inter-
mittcnts if they avail thpmtclvcr of t!;e protection
this remedy affords. '
Frepared by Sr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, ITaii.
ROBERTS k SAMUEL, Oolnmtos.
And br Druggists and Dealers evorywhere. .
CAHADIAB 4 TOOTED STATES HAIL
TO AND I'HOIII
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and -:: .
ITJLJ VV , YOHK.
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first class
iIl-DoweredOlvde-bulIt Steamer nil evorr Mat.
urday from Portland, carrying me Canadian and
United State Mall and passenger,
NORWEGIAN, - NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, - - ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, : UIBtRNIAN,
CANADIAN, . . NOVASCOTIAN.'
Sbortesty Clieapeat and Quickest Con-
. . weytsacci irons.
A HE RICA TO AIL FASTS OF.ZTTBOPX
RAtea ot Pnawntf to Elnrope,
930, eoo, eao. "
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday-,
and from QUEBEO every Saturday, sailing
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and laud Alalia and
Passenmr. to and from Ireland and Bootland.
TTTThee Steamers are built ot Iron, In water-tight
compartments, carry eaou an experienced surgeon, ana
every attention Is paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion ot passengers, as mey proceed airect to lAifl dun-
DERY, th great risk and delay of calling at St. John's
Glasgow passengers are furnished with rasa passage
nonet to ana irom iionaonaerry.
Return ticket (ranted at reduced rate.
flertlSoatea Issued for earrvtni- to and brlnclniant ras
snger from all th principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rate, by this llns of steamer, and
by th WASHINGTON LINB Of BAILING PAOKITfl,
leaving uverpooi every wesa,
Sight Drat ta lor Xi aad upward pajr
. able la KnRlaad. iroiaad, Hcoa-
. tsana wr wtueie
for passage, apply at the Office. 93 MnOAII.
WAV, New kork, and 10 WaTEK ST.,
BABEL It K&AELS, tfeneral Agents,
Orto- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
. nolo trdkW . Post Offlo,0olnmbus,0hlo.
I HAVE TRII DAT ADIWITTIJD HV
on JAMES ADOR BAIN a partner In toy busi
ness, which will e( f ter b eondueted endevtb
of Beta Son. P. BAIN, 99 South High St.
Columbus, reb 15, 1801. feblS
(tat of Pkalon's stabUahaaent, N. Y.J Poprietor
th New York Faahionabl Shaving, Hair Oattia
Bbampoonlagi Carllngand Drlnt Salooa, East Stat
street, over lb Poet Offloa wnera satisfaction
be gtvea. bj elLth vartou nnuMhe. Ladle
tnurn. . nan vrtmlp. done la tb best style.
lrl-dl... -;:' .v ' '.
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from AMEKIOAN, ENGLISH and fREN'OU factories,
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades,
WINDOW FIXTURES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
RANDALL & ASTON,
lOO So-CLtlX HI St.
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Paper will make money Ly buying ot us. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to call
and see us. (april 1-dSmeodl K.&A.
AND Steubenville Short Line
CONNECTING AT BELT.AIRE WITH THE
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTSBUROn WITH THE
, F0BM1NG THE
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities !
Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
Leave Columbus 3 30 A.M. from Union Depot
Rellalr or Bteubenvlile : arrives al Bellaire, 10.20 A
M i Steubenvlll. 12.20 P. M.j Pittsburgh, 3 40 P. M ;
iianiabnr. 1.10 A. M.: via AUmtmcn. arrives st New
York 8 00 A. M.J via Philadeluhia. arrive at Phila
delphia, 5. 10 A. M.; New York, 10.30 A. M. Connect
also at Harriabnrg tor Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M.
Sleeping Cart attached to this Train
Froln Columbus, run directly through to Bellaire or
Pittsburgh without ohange; and Pasiengers via Allen
town arnv In New York at 8 A. M . ,
IDTWO HOURS IN ADVANOE OP NORTHERN
This Train also conneots at Bellaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Leaves Columbus 11 Si A M , from Dnlon Depot, via
Bteubenvlile; arrive at Newark, 12 50 P. II.: Coshoc
ton, 8.15 P. M.; Steubenvlll. If, H.; Pittsburg, 8.40
P M. rOThls Is tn only rout by which Paassngcr
can leave umcinniuai 7 A. at., go through to ruts
burgh Id daylight, without cbang of carsor delay.
Leavea Columbus 3,15 P. U., from Union Depot, via
Heiieire: arrive ai newaric, a i r. ai ; zaneiruie,
iur.ni neiiaira i .as r. at.; rit'sburgn, li.ni p.
M. Harrisburg, 8.00 A. M.j via AUentovn, arrives
at New York, 4 P. M.; via Philadelphia, arrives
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M. New York, 6 P. M, This
Train also connects at Harrisburg for Baltimore, ar
riving all P. M.
This Train run through to Bellaire or Pittsburg with
out change or vara; and from fltUbnrg there I no
change of Car to Phl'idelphta, or via Allentown to
New York thu eneilng
The only Route from Colnmbus to Baltimore,
rmiadolpnia, or lNew York, with only
one ohange of Cars.
By this Train Passenger arrive In New Yoik
hour In advance ol th nor mem tinea.
This Train alio connect it Bellaire with the Baltimore
and Ohio U. K.
UTThls Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana 'more man auu miles snorter to
New York, than Northern Lines. ,
Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant rouvti East.
' ASK FOR TIOKETS VIA
BELLAIRE OR STEUBENVILLE.
Ticket Good ever either Route.
JNO. W, BROWN,
Gen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R.
1. A. HUTCHINSON,
Gen. Ticket Agent Bteubenvlile Short Line.
i coiidiriBcs Ohio; ,
A.ud Seed Store, '. -
v' " DIALER III '
NAILJs, GLASS, SASH, PUTTY, C0RDAQ1, .
Cnna. Fiesola Wood Willow Wares
trier and Kabber BalUng, lace Leather, Hose
..king.,. ,:.. i .,',,,! ; i ,.. eeMiy
ri ENTIiEftIENa ,, fVBNISHINO
aj li II II U S ,
NovelUe In NecwTle and Scarf. '
. . Byron and Oarrat. Collars,
i Embroidered Pook.t Mandkeroblefs -Paris
Kid Gloves nprlor make. ,
, ' Golden Hill Shirt, various tt le. '
1 r Boys' Golden Hill Shirt, do t-
- Driving and Mrt low, do . ; '. !
' , Bemmtsd Pocket Bandkerahlef, varioa style, .
1 ' , Bait Hot and Under Garment, h
in is sow. ;
ally, per year
ri- Weekly , per tar. , .
. 1 00
Weekly, per year
FOR ONE WHO FELL IN BATTLE.
Room for a Soldier lay him In the clover;
He loved tb fields and they shall be bis cover;
ni.is mi muunu wuuners wnooallednimoncebsr lover:
Where the rain may rain upon it,
' Where the sun may shine upon It,
Where th lamb bath lain upon it,
. And the be will din upon it,
Bear Mm to no dismal tomb under olty churches i
Take him to the fragrant fields, by tie silver birches,
Wbr th whipporwlll will mourn, where the oriole
Make hi mound with sunshine on It,
Where ihe be will dine upon it,
Where the lamb hath laid npon it,
' And the rain will rain upon It.
t , . ,
Busy as th busy nee, hie rest should be th clover;
Gentl as th lamb was h, and th feru should be bis
Fern and rosemary shall grow my soldier' pillow over:
Where th rain may rain np.n It,
Where the sun mav shlu unon It.
, . Where the lamb hath lain npon It,
And the bee will dine upon it.
Sunshine in his heart, the rain would come full often
Out of those tender eyes which ever more did soften ; "
II never conld look cold, till waw bin In hi coffin.
, Make bis mound with aunshtn on It,
, , Where the wind may sigh npon It,
Where the moon may stream upon 1 1,
And Memory shall dream upon it'
.4Mb ..' - - - " ' 4"
"Captain or Colonel" whs lever Invocation
Suit oar hymn the best, no matter for thv station-
On thy grave th rain sliall fall from th eye of a migh
Long as the aun doth shine upon It
Shall g-ow the goodly pin upon It,
Leog as the stars do gleam upon it
Shall atemorveome to dream nnnn it.
Alaiitlc Monthly .
The Rebel Government.
Tho rebol Conereas will meet in Richmond
to-day, July 20th. All the old members who
composed that body during Its sittings in Mont
gomery, Ala., will again take their seats, with
representatives from Eastern Virginia, North
Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Arkansas,
wbicb States have since attached themselves to
Jeff. Davis's confederacy. We give the names
of the Execntlve, Cabinet, and Members of
Congress of all the States, except Tennessee,
a ems ana Arkansas, from which wo have no
returns of their elections:
..Jefferson Davis, of Miinii,tl.
.Alexander li. Stephens, of Oa.
tlecretary of State Robert Toombs, ot Georgia
Secretary of the Treasury. .0. L. Mlmminger, of S. 0
Secretary of War ....LeroyP. Walker, of Ala.
Secretary of tht Katy Stephen R. Mallory, of Fla,
fonmaner uenerai John n. Iteagan.of Tcsas.
Attorney General Judah P. Benjamin, of La.
' HIMBIRS OF C030RZS9.
James A. Seddon.
Wm. Ballard Preston
1. B. M. T. Hunter.
2. John Tyler.
3. William H. Macfsrland,
4. Roger A. Pryor.
5. Thomas S. Bocock.
6. Wm. 8. Rives.
7. Robert E. Scott.
8. James M. Mason.
8. J. W. Brockenbrouth.
10. Cbas W. Russell.
11. Robert Johnston
12. Waller Staples.
13. Walter Preston.
NrltTn CAROLINA .
W. W. Avery.
1. W.N. B. Smith.
8. Thomas Ruffln.
3. T.D. McDowell.
4. A. W Venab'e.
5. J. M Morehtad.
U. R. 0. Puryer.
7. Burton Craige.
8. . A. Davidson.
1. R. W Walker.
S. R. U. Smith.
3. J. L- M- Curry.
4. W. P. Chilton.
5. 8. F. Hal.
0. Colin S McRae.
7. John GUI Shorter.
8. David P. Lewis.
U. Thomas Fearn.
1. JacL'son Morton.
3. J. B. Owens.
1. Robert Toombs.
2. Howell Cobb.
3. Francis S. Bartow.
4. Martin J. Crawford.
5. EugeniusA. Mabel.
C. Benjamin H. Hill.
7. A. It. Wright.
8 Thomas R. R. Cobb.
9. Augustus H. Kenan.
10. Alexander H. Stephens.
I. John Perkins, Jr.
!i. A DeOlouet.
3. Charles H. Conral
4. D. S. Kenner.
5. Xdward Sparrow.
11. Ilenry MarasaU.
1. WI1e P. Harris.
'-' Walter Brook.
3. W. S. Wilson.
4. A. M. C lav ton.
. 5. W. 8. Barry.
li. James T. Harrison.
7. J. A. P. Campbell.
1. R. B. Rhett, br.
. R W. Barnwell.
3. L. M. Eeltt.
4. James Obesnut, Jr.
5. C.G. Memmlnger.
0. W. Porcher Miles.
7. Thomas J. Withers.
8. W. W. Boyre.
THE STANDING COMMITTEES.
On Foreign Affaire. -Messrs. Rhett, NIsbet, TeiLins,
Oif finance. yieuxt. Toombs, Barnwell, Kenner,
On Commercial At Art- Messrs. Memmimrer. Craw.
ford, PsUl"Uet, Morton, Curry.
On. tht Judiciary. Messrs. Clayton, Withers, Hale,
On mval Affaire. Messrs. Conrad. ChesnuL Sml'.h.
vn unitary Sffairt.-3i.tuti. Bartow, allies, Spar
row, Kenan, Anderson.
Vn foetal Affaire. Messrs. Ch iton. Bovea. Hill.
On ratentt.mun. Brooke, Wilson, Lewis, Hill,
On 2rrffn'. Messrs. Chnnut. Camnbell. Mar
halu NIsbet. Pearn.
Vn PUMo ianat. Messrs. Marshall. Harris. Fearn.
tanoioi4iMrs. aiessri. aiorton, ila!, Lewis,
On Printing. Messrs. T. R. B. Cobb, Harrison,
mites, unuton. renin.
On Aeoovntt.Heun. Owens, DeOlouet, Campbell,
On Engroeementl.Kenrt. Bhorter, Wilson, Kenan,
There will probably be some alterations made
In the above committees to bring in the new
memoers, lr circumstances do Dot render It ne
oossary for the whole party to flee from Rich
mond, like rats from a sinking ship, before tbe
committees can be constituted, (ien. McDow
ell Is after them.
An Excellent Order.
The following exoellent general order from
Gen. McDowell, which ought to be imnressed
npon tbe mind and memory of every soldier of
tne national army, was read to each regiment
tnts morning, ana receivea witn acclamation:
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF VA.,
FAIRFAX COURT HOUSE, July 18, 1861.
GENERAL ORDER NO. 18.
It is with the deepest mortification the Gen
eral commanding finds it necessary to reiterate
his orders for the preservation of the property
of tbe inhabitants ol the district occupied by
the troops under his command. Hardly had we
arrived at this place, when, to the horror of
every right-minded person, leveral bouses were
broken open, and others were In flames, by the
act of some of those who, it has been the boast
of the loyal, came here to protect tbe oppressed
and free the country from the domination of a
hated party. The property of this oeonla la at
the meroy of troops who, we rightly say, are
the most intelligent, best educated, and moat
law-abiding of any that were ever under arm.
But do not, therefore, the acts of yesterday east
tne ueeper statu npon mem i it nas Deen Claim
ed by some tnat their particular corps were not
engaged in these acts. This is of but little
moment; since tne individuals are not found
out, we are all alike disgraced. Commanders
of regiments will select a commissioned officer
as a provoat-marsnai, and ten men as a police
force under him, whose special and sole duty
shall be to preserve the property from depreda
tions, auu w arrest au wrongdoers 01 Whatever
regiment or corps they may be. Any one found
committing the slightest depredation, killing
pigs or poultry, or trespassing on the property
of the inhabitants, will be reported to head
quarters, and the least that will be done to them
will be to send them to the Alexandria Jail.
is again ordered that no one shall arreat or at
tempt to arrest any cltixeo not in arms at the
time, or searcn or attempt to eearcn any houte,
or even to enter the same without permission,
The troops must behave, themselves with as
muoh forbearance and propriety as if thev were
at their own homes. They are here to fight
the enemies of the country, not to judge and
pumsn tne unarmed ana aeienseieei, novever
guilty mey may ne. nnen necessary, tnat wu
OS aeue oy tne proper person.
By command of Geo. MoDowell.'
JAS. B. RAY,
Assistant Adjutant General.
The Bill for Direct Taxation.
In accordance with tbe reoom nendatloa of
the Secretary of the Treasury, the oommittce of
Ways and Means will iatroduoe a bill to prof
vide for levying a direct tax, This bill will be
entitled "An act to provide additional rovenaee
for defraying tbe expenses of Government and
maintaining the publlo credit, by tbe assessment
and collection of a direct tax, and internal do
ties." By the provisions of this act, a direct
tex, probably of tbe amount of $30,000,000, an
nually, will be laid, and distributed In the fol
lowing proportione among the respective States:
..1031 321 Indiana ...
1 357 313
.w n.mpsnire.. 3 0 0 I not.....
314 ObS Missouri
1, SCW ,872 Kansas
. i7i 445 Arkansas
.3 805 878 rlorida
H75 201 Texa
3 920 U79 Iowa
. 112 025 Wisconsin
. U5S.235 California
.1 4lkt :hrt Ul
OonoenUoui. . .
New 17. rk
NorthOirallni..! 804 m Oregon...'.!!'."
South Carolina. .. 545 35fl New alexia. '
703 fOO Washington
, 8 '9 037 Nebraska ,
578 803 N.vada
8 350 615 Colorado
1 070 543 Dakjtah..
1,004,274 Dial. Oolumbla .
In order to collect this. It i
that the President shall divide tbe Slates and
Territories into convenient districts, and shall
nominate by and with the advice of the Senate
an assessor ana coiieoror for each such district.
H the appointments or any of them are not
made during tbe nreaent BAaalnn nt r.T,i,0.
tbe President mav make them
ik. . ' . . .---D "-""
.uo EjMiiauwiions bo iasBia to expire at the end
ui me next session. Wath Vor.N. Y. Trib
The Bill for Direct Taxation. The Rebel Account of the Battle.
BALTIMORE, July 19.
The Leesburg Democratic Mirror Extra, of
July I J, says: We have just learned that a
miuguinary nattie took place at Bull's Rnn, near
uiouaosm. juuuiiun, on yesterday, July le, in
which the enemy met with terrible loss. The
following letter, from a perfectly reliable gen
tleman,wassentlonsat7 o'clock this morn
ing, July 19. Two passengers, who also left tbe
Junction yesterday evening, confirm the state
ment of our correspondent, and say that tbe
victory is overwhelming:
NEAR MIDDLEBURG, July 19.
r l r a.
I left Manassas Junotion last nigbt at sun-
St?.? 0ar tr0P' had ver BeTere fishing on
Bull a Run, about three miles distant from the
Junction, nearly all day yesterday. Tbe artil
lery was in foil play from 9 A. M.s until be.
Iween 4 and 5 P, M., with two or three Inter
vals of about one hour each. The enemy's
loss is thought to be very heavy. Ours Is com
paratively light. Manv of tha Alaranrlrla RI.
flemen, and Sungster, of tho eame compaiy,
"Auicu. n. gooa many oi the same reel
ment are wounded, among them Capt. Dulany,
severely. I hare not seen that any of tbe
Guard were killed or wounded, though I did all
in my power to ascertain. The regiment to
wnicn tney are attached covered itself with
giory, out were unfortunately fired Into bv
Mississippi regiment bv mistake. Tha ennmv
were repulsed three different times with heavy
loss. To use the expression of one of their men
taken prisoner. "Thcv were lanchtinrl ltt-a
..vr muvug .u.ui several item officers.
The following order has been Issued from the
army neadqnarters in Washington:
HEADQUARTERS DEPARTMENT OF WASHINGTON,
WASHINGTON, D. C. 17, 1861.
"GENERAL ORDERS, NO. 33.
"fugitive slaves will, under no oreteit what
ever, be permitted to reside, or in anv wat har
bored in the quartets and camps of the troops
serving in toia department, fleitner will suob
slaves be allowed to accompany troops on tbe
march. Commanders of troops will be held
responsible lor a strict observance ot the or
By command of Brigadier General Mans
"Assistant Adujant General"
No. 4: Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
ABFNOW RECEIVING T1TEIR WIN
TER GOODS, and tnvlt th pubUo to inspaot
them. No such stock of Goods has ever been brought to
this market. The 8ontb, In consequence of th failure
of the grain crop, has not been able to purchase th us
ual quantity or rich goods, and this fact ha forced tha
Importers to sell them at publlo auction. Our buyer
I Mr. Stone) beint In New York at theM lam sale., took
advantat of them, and ws can and will sell oat good
nera, at less man any on wno purchased two weeks sine,
paid for them In New York. Cur stock is complete In
very department or
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT, ;
Men's, Ladle aad Children' Under Shirt and Drawers;
Ladles, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb1 Wool; Fieeoy Lined and Cotton U loves
of every make.
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio 'Hand-
kerchiett, &c, &c. , ., L
To person who call on ns, we nledm our words to
show them tbe largest, beat and cheapest stock of Goods
ever seen In this market, or pay tbem on dollar par
hour while looking. . .
deei-aii?tawitw. btuhb et u uanriA. -
. Irish Linen Goods.
WARRANTED FAORIO .
Linen Shirt Bosoms Plain and Fancy , , .
Shirting and Bosom Linens.
-, Line eiheetlng aad Pillow Oaslngst t ,,
, Linen Cambrics and Long Lawns,
i Linen Pockel-handk'fa, all site.
Llnao Towelling aad Diaper
Lloen Napkins and D'Oyliea.
. Linen Tabl C lotos and 81 rn Daraaaka. . - :
Linen Towels with colored borders.
Linen Stair Ooreringe and Craah. " '-'
For sal. at lw price. -,
. . BAIN a SON,
h-b'22 ' ' ' No. 89 South Htgh street.
ADTIBTIBKMENT. ' " '
Tor th INSTArtT RILttl
and riRMANENT OURS off
'distressing complaint net ' '
Had by 0. . SStMOUR 4r CO., 107 Rai 8lhtt,,'
Prlo II per box) sent free by post. ' '
i FOR S ALI AT ALfc DBUofliaTS
BOWNRTS, HlatBOlVSl ABS, A
RU0H88, new Style, jaslepwed by ;iA,
! BAIN A BOX,,
JpITR OHIO STATESMAN STEAM
1,1 t .
"'3' i . r
Having Increased Itt rtieady '
Is fully prepared to xcat in th.
;JI0ST ELABORATE MANNER,
THE LATEST TVLES,
, LABELS. CARDS,
And every description of
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any Establishment in th Bute,' tad upon.
terms which will compare tsvcraUy with the
lending Eastern Printing Houses
Having' overy Facility to aid TJ
IN THE PBODCCnON OF
W offer our services to all who may deslrt that class
We have connected with our Estahlislunict a
From whlrb w product th
Flu-ecst BlAzaJts. Worlt
A NO TEE HOST
SUPERB RAIL ROAD BLANK BOOKS.
Is to beadmitted
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' AWtf tbeIhost t , '' . . 'I
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
".J ''c e : .': V "' . .
In this City, and we may add..' ? .' n.
WE WILL FAVORABLY COtitAKK,
i o -WIT! Ar ... '
Prlnltnp; Hon In tho Wt..-,.A
NEVIN9t :, is.
PROFSJETOtt. j- j
' 1 Baltimore Clothiiiir Honse.
(ArtrACfrTaEa aim waotOAUs MAuas n,
j x, No. d08 W.. ItoiBtreet,
t.ilf. T-..w t:n i - s -;-. J fc-iH .
j . v. - ii.hn Un. BATiy4RBsjyT. ,1
4 Large issortment oi f isee and fwUMui
IMAelsi FlAfinraiif IV Has wt 1
HOST lost, BOW XztrcftxD. -
Ptrtrtilfltri.'-OT ttnt v aturb. faJa',c 1
ND RADUIali CURE OF SPtRwATORBMH A :
er Seminal Waaknee, gaxaal Debility, Nrvooi,la
otaatary leaiaHon aad tmpatsnoy, rettilligg ro '
elf-abna, Jaew ,By Root. CulvtrwelL, H. li. Swu ....
ander seal. In a plain envelop, ta any address.poit
paldi en iwentpt et tw mxipe, by Ur OUAS. J-0-. i;
RLINB, m Bowery. P Jerk 0a " ,
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