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On - !) months 8 00
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Ob it" 1 Insertion
Displaced advertlimeat half more thaa to abov
AdvdrHsemeht leaded and ptao-4 in the eottuaa'oi
miners, - wmott in4 ordinary rattt.
All uutlces requiret to be published hy Uw, legal rat;
.. i vrueruaon uie iDiiaexoiouTij tiur Use llri t week
Fc matt inn taut to txT nui Mt all toon wll
i mteat bat all each wlli
teharge, . w
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HvUtraatUnt advtrUummU m U p4 for i
m4em fa rot trill not ketartwlfrm;-" .t a
weemy, tame prioe u th Daiw, where theadTertlti
eitbe Wwklialooe. Where he Bally andWeekli
No admtlMmeat takaa except for a definite period.'
ajBeajeaeaBeiBiiiiaiaaaan
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A. B. SIMXIHS,
Attorney at Ij.zxxr
,LUlJt AND NOTARY PUBLIC
Oaoe-Juaboi aiaidlDjroopoflte Oapltol Square.
COLUMBUS, 0H10J i
' l. osxxonisriD, ,
Attorney . fi5'CouhB'ellor: at lawj
MAm0N,0HI0.
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Machine Mannfacturiflg Uppaiy
.STEAM 'ENGINES &' BOIUERS,
CMUnga, Eiu-ovaiiag, Kacalnory.
ALSO
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1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
CoaDeotlBgatCretlUne with the PirTSBOEQH, FT.
I.W W47N a 0DI0AQ0 RAILROAD - :
f fUUburgh, PUlaMpMa and BaUimort. Alto
. . for Fort ITjyiM and (Moago.
OoBficcttsg at Clrrelaad with the bAU SE0KX BAIL
"' " BOA'.
Far Dunkirk, Dnffala. Albany. Baa.
lam and Near York.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
. IXCIPT StJMDAT, .
Iroa Oolnmboa, la eonaeotloa with Tralnt on the
HXTlE in la mil AND COLCnBCa
:, aMia it AiiiHOAJJS. ,
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4
. F1H8T TRAIN. i ..'"
2iuu( LaTat Oolnmbaiat 3.40 A.M
will tear panaagert at all ataiioaa eoath or Gallua,
atop at Pelaeare. Aibiey, Oardlagtoa and Oll'ad, aod
ai aiiiiauoB sorio or uaiioo, arrlrlDg at Olerolaod
atftOu A. CuoiirklOO g. M . Balale Oik". U.
Albany 3.80 A. al New Xork fctt A. M.. Boetoa S:0
r. a., ruubarKb tu Oreatltoe J.i0 P. U , Pblladel'
pilafclO A. at. ChleageTU Vreaillneal7rvP. W.
, ... .t ., SICOMDTRAIH - :
HiW Y0RK IXPRB3 LearH Colnmtui at 11:10
a. n. win itop atLewii centre, (ror white Saluhar
prlsgi), Pel. ware, CardlDgton, Oallon OruUlne, Bhel
. r, Mew Lordon, Wt lllngtoa and Orifum, arrlr at
Oltrtiand at 3 35 p. m.; Ddoklik. 6:Xl D. m.i Bnt-
tald, lOiSS p. oi t Alluny, :tSa. a.) N.w Yoik, 1:4
p. to. i in hod, ivj p.m. inu Tram eonnecteat BheW
. brfor8au(ialry, and at Glutton lor Toledo, atilrisg at
Tolcdat0'4V. m. ...... , :
..t. t.- .4v . IHlRD XEAIS.k i a.;, a u
- alAtX ADD' AOOOMMODATION-lewrea Oolomba
a lSa p ' Will atop at air rtationt Beath o(
tielty, aid al 'Kew- Linton, WelllagtoB,' firafton,
ao AWnai arrlrlog at vilaod at POO p. tu i Don
fcwa.iit'Oa. Bi.i Buffalo, a. nt.;Albacy,t-tO
: Mawterk. I JO p d.i Boaion, ll:4 p m.l ri'tibargb,
ewraUlae,ai HMp, m. Pklladalpha, 1:00 p. ot.,
Ohloago, wte Ormiloe, :4S a. B. Tkie Train eanneott
at elwlby for Handuekyaajl leleda, arrlTlog at Soledo
ataudp. a. " ---.... v
Patent Sleeping Can are run on all
HigatTiftini ,to Chlcafcro, JSfetr,.
,
it ; a T York and Boitoa. .--
.Ttaftift'Oootid llnmehloffiint Tori and
14 footon
iomA . . .
Vv v).i,a11(, - auraww vratHM.. . llWl ,.,
RETURNING.
k ' Rlgnt Ihrpre. Irrtre at Colnmbni at. 11:T5 p. M. .
J OUiotnnitl tipien arrive at Columbaiat 10:30 A. M.
" ' Aocoauaaodailoo Sxpm arriraiat Colunbu t T:J
r. r 4 wawvjwawaawawaMawawaiM.k4'.ft r
"avra a a.w kr aorathwBuM
-T'fcT .11 , Ml in, I I
mtXTKAk i;.B.-PUNTf ;
tltf! t PriaiBdait, Clerelaad, Ohio.
f. "- - Columba. Ohio.
ajninmhiia lntii it. ihpii -
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ol wall IMnAToa Jut BfwtTdl '.u xii':! li)
100-
nr. OH 6RPGR 'a ini.kfia
1 lBAI lOObanpriaaRla Oone.
f AO HAkat. Alii rintr.h AnHmm.nl Jan Pna..
, ,'1Abag0yioa Cote. m, f , , 4. t7
SOflbbU. aiaadard Whit lngar,'oonlUr.g oiPew
dred, Ohraihad.Arannlated A and B Ooffe. - '
-eOamtalOworg Bank Ondflth,- -
fBObbl. Ua and Koil Wakrr. Jt
: wB tea. Plok Salmon. (&,,.-... Jlli
100 ba. Layer Baiaini,
AO hf. box do do
lOOqr. bod CO da 1 "Tf ; -J'
104) M Olgara different brand aTmi gnM.
oTa3 7T7- yin-jr .f.-TT;;WM,aolXlNALD.
! 'rvic.0 1.11.1:1, y
1? And Blank-Book ann&ntnrer,At
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atr" rriT t-
: HAWSa'-.f DOST,
-1 two va eg, Borrra aioa iirtp. t- t
tat awitTOd a haa waka af troop SntTl
aaoaar far apetior to any yt ktirodaoed
BavUbad ta Batoner far taperior Is any yt istn
a.W"?!f.fi.-ii ina ai4
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ROIAL QUAKTvTDICTIOMY.
Tha LatwtThe, LwreitlflVMi
-; am VAtapeat SMkasc tn Sen,
1
neif Ballab.i fetandard An
"tsa BIST INOinH SI0TI0WAST KTAiri.,
'
l A V Vtyfw?"'
'HaTaarelpwardeof a'Dnndred foeawa'd Werdi,
vhoat mauihrleaa BMaatofa and derWatiene, tairether
hi?"1 ' ?'nat pe'Unf . and proDuwlaUea are eiaarly
iT ""7 t tMMt"
StadVuPnUioy of iAa lOMtr f Me Ohio BM$
The andenlpied, aiembtn of the Ohio Itet Teaehen'
enoclatloB, adopiaDdalia tBteln teachlDC. wrltlai
and tpeakjBK, the ortbofraphy and proDBBolaUon
"oro.,nr't novel qaarto Diettoaary. and we moat vt-
dlally ReonDeod it aa tha moat rallihla tnAM mm.
tborlty of the BlUh laogoage, aa It la bow written, and
J.om AnBlawt('PrildentBe(yoii College. rr
u. D, Lwti Saportateilden ffaaearllle Seboali.
n. Uiivrr, onp't Uawlloa Galon School.
H. F. Oowobbt. lup't Iktblle tehooU, Sudoaky.
John Lthc, bap't Fabllo Boboolt, Olrelerille.
B. N. BAJiroto,
FrlnelD.1 OlaTaluifl
l female Btmlaa-
w. Mrroatti, Snp't Pnblle Sehooll, Mt. TTbIob.
Jooji Oaimrtaolpal ;Btat tioraal .Bohool, MiaaW
via. - - ' .
Oratn Viae, Prtaalpal oarth IntaraedUt Softool,
H. 8. Main, Sap't Canton Polon Behooli.
Bowm baaai Pitoelpal KoNeely Moraal Beaool.
Bu 1. 1 arraa. Prof. atatheiaatoa. Ohio Unlrenlty.
W. W. BBwaln, Snp't Troy Union School.
A. a. DorKun, Principal Weit High Bohool, Olere-
land. ...i t . . ,
8. A. NokTOI. Aaaoalata Prlnaloal Hlrh SchooL Obm
land '
Thbobom Snamio, Principal, High Bohool, Clere'
land.
B. I. nctrurroit, PrtBeleat Olereland Intrltnt. -J.
A. OaxruLs', Prealdent of IleoOo Imtttat. Hi
ram.
W. Ii. Baaani. Prof. f Ctaamlatr. Ohio Waatavaa
UnlTeril.
B. B. Baamrr, IfrCeaialkuOMir etOoaaoo leaaola,
Ohio.
J.vet Homtoa Prof. Bhetorlo, Oberlla Collage.
' Taee. Hul, PrealaaiitiAaUooh College . i .,
O. W. H. Cxtiutinr- Pmf. M.thnn.tlM. TTtffh
chool , Dayton. -: -
8. O. (Ilnllinn. Pm(. tamiu. tll.h Bliiil.
Dayton.: u -j -. i 4 j .v
at, Biaata.lnpt Union School, Afhlatd. '
V Man Aan Om Bundroi otUr PttttdMt if OalU.
atl, Proftttort, Author and DbUitguUtod Z&uear
tort, ha4 mdorttd (A oSotw until. - " .
PRE8IDEJIT9 OF COLLEOE3 IN OHIO.
Maitta Ootxtoa "It la troly a maralfloent work.
an honor to the author, tie nnbllaheri.and the whole
onntry.VPreldm Aadrewa, Oc
Ohio Whlft.m TJimmaiTT ,-Tt xeaada at atnaaaa.
tlona. It will be ay galda In orthogr.pby and pronna
elation, and will often b eonaaltod byaetorlla Baal
and aoeturata deaattloBe.Prealdeot ShoapaoBr.
w. R. XcLBOTtfl OoLLana. ITaatnfam a b.ra bmH
Vebeter'e orthography. , At a Neknt meeting of onr
Faen lty.lt waadeeioed to chant it to conform to that
of Wdrooiter' Boral Quarto Bletionary." Preeldent
uaratM. ; , : . . n i . .
Wimotit Eftsn tJoiuai. ! find It Worthy of
suraiai approoauon. rrwutnt uiioooocx.
Obbuii CsU'aa.W'It mor fhah njtet ay nneeta
Hone. I reooomend II ai tbe atandard anthortt In
orthoepy to ay chlldreo and ay pupUi." Prealdent
aiergaai . -t ji
Ajrnooa Oomai. "I adobt and aim to aa In teaah
In , writlDi and aMaklnc. tb ortbocraohy and Dronaa.
uuobot woraatnra-aoya. uoarto niouooary."
rrenoeat uuu e-s rH , ri
"la all a anrltlaa. taaaklncaad ieachlof. 1 ban an
drord to oootorm to tb rale for ortboa-raphy aod
pronaaoutnoa a ooaiainea in woroeaur a vtouooary.
Horace kUnn, lata Prealdent.
Xixtom Ooubbc OiMaira "I mott cordially feaon
Bond- It aa the moat nllablt itaadard authority of tb
Bogllah laognagaa It la sow written aad apoken."
riMioeni auuutw. t 4 .
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Sow. Anton SmytK, Oommimtoiw of Common
aoaooa w van.
To DletloBary k aa ImMrtohabl bonamact to tfc
learning and Indntiry of lie anlhori and a honor to tbe
worm oi letter. Tne Becnanioai saeauon I rar aap
rlor to that of any athar LaaiooB with which 1 am aa
qnalntad." , - .. . f . . , .
flwwa na
Th aoat rtllabl itandard 'aatbarlty ot, tha laa-
gaage."- '- - - -u.. a. -j.. ,
IJeadlna lewapafpenra of Ohio Say,
Irom Me CUvolanA Jtiratd of Monk SB.
Tha orthography of tbe Woiaeetra Slettoaary k that
bird by moit. if not all anthor ot dlitlnetion In tbli
country and tor land, and eon form ta tb gcari aaag
ill orumarj wru.r. an.us.
Whatanr pradica Bay bar txtitad pTaytoaily,
careful itady of tbU Toluma will Ineariab'y be followed
by a warm appreciation of It great martti, and a deelr
to add It to tb wall ltd library, ba It large or (mall,
tin a norary iniiaeu, aoo wm romain aa impwriaa
bl reoord of the learning of It emptier.
irom Oi Cincinnati Commoroial of April 80.
- Hr an opward of a haadred thoatdnd wart goad,
bad and tedUTerentwheee aaltlfarioa meaning and
derivation, together with their cornet .palling ana pro
ouootatlon, ar t clearly befora tha ay.' tb work k
unquestionably tb graauat Ihtaaara of BngUah VYorUi
ever pnoitanea. " '
from U OUvoiand FUtMocOtr of&tpt. M, 1800.
iTtdtntly Wokcaras' BoyaL Qoabto DienotuaT if
oi only aa hot, tut A aarr aw of mt kind ever it
vart .and su by bo pom.olllty intlir by eompariaon or
oonucTeriy.. , . .
.,rl
' ' JYtm vlt 3Utdo StaAt of Ah$ " x
Aj ta MoaoBeuTteif, Wokcasma' u ra ItjMaaa
followed by oar best authors) la definition bo Mare
no thaw to be eeslrsd. and a Oaraoaaanrr It if J&teai
waayuai w oacanu oaa sa aau.iy touawso..
Pn tllahara, Daakaellara dk Itatlakaara,
hO, ll epPjlRIQB BXy OUfTJUANO, 0OI0.
in ' ' ' iet.1
3HE"IUTUAL BEaNEI1XV ;
LtEF
SIly"ia)'liailMa)lll- V
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DlTldeaa Jaaaary 1. iae I Paa? Oaat.
ASBTr ,.. t.. ... .., viMrr-'d 50.
ZMmtmtMkmkmgi H'mitZZ
BeUnca, par itatamant Jaa. let, .4.3,oa,S8 V
Beoalied for . Prsnlom dor
Ing thtiear 'mi...V.WW'' .u
aVootred for iBteraats daring ' "vim a,v, 4jif, 'd I
,1. to year. Ibtili ,.,..,..., Btd.Qld ,
"tSM ' V'oipt ',lMe.'.'..tTT,007'?4 ;
Paid Claim by Deaui.WJY.uw w a at ,
Paid PoUale Mn.,r S 3i, te-t Wl .a-3 '1T
PalS's.lVrie.l'-pV.i: -
' Xaa,' JU- top'fnX Mi. Hs eta!
ebangav ete...... ,l,0 S4 rf.i.xM-i X" at W !
Paid Commission ta t iv. aT
. arnte.'.oSttM Sat ot 1.. afasn arft a.i
PaM Phydoraa fr' ,0- . 1 raai-n. sui ;
Paid AonattieeMtM'.ultT wvl ft f-'" "a fivtMi
Paid Dt.od dur! ' " " IT I
. lag tha ycarvVkt4Bt,S00 M S0SJW1 09 ll,ft7S 11
ll;H .l .il X4 ,.art fc .4BMaakja
"t Bet Balaaea laanar ht.'tamXi.rt..Biil.S at
Ckbla4.r.ma.s4ASjnMltoul
B,ondand Mortgageeon Raal , - . , , ,
Bsteta, worth donbla the "c , " ' 1. I
amoant loaned.. .1.. ..r..-5'jfe.Aat fe'
Premlaaa Motaa, ob Pollclea .ftatisab."
-4a ferae, ly drawing .
cent, tntarssiia... LST0.S64 17 ,
Raal Et ...7.1...: oofws ?'
IrtaMaorlp.iM..nM t., (931 44 :,s af
PrmlUB oMaaaa Uaah.at ,Vr. -,)., ,u.!U
i-ou Aabj;v.V7m..,.v,,-.,w. iavsiisHib
r rtf -j i -l "i'f i " luil s. ii 1 m n
7a75 Pellole In foroe, aWbJing-a.Bgftgaai
1.43S nw Polirie ha been kaaad daring tha jmuv
, After a oarefal oaloalatloa of tha prsssei vta at the
Obtatandlng Polloiet of lh Company, and baTlng the
amnrp aBoaa be- Nsstts tnarofor, tfa Olrsetors
kasaeeaksrada 4)maairaf 48 paraaattaa tha Praaa.
urns paid at ths able rata, ta all polieiei for lira la fore,
burned prior to January I, lbuO.paiabtaaoaorUlog lath
praseBI rale of the Company. v- . vr
Bate tar all kinds ot Lit Con tin gen alia; im .
Beet, Statement, ajnd Applloatlona, trill be farnlibed
Withoo oatkoa at lb Oluee or Anociei of the Oom-
taol.-jU s)w". ft nk . . . lit I
anna, v. atiwTaiiiaAW
' - -o:bBvBR TlcwPrisld
t BBNX IClLBBt Braeary. ; .'Ttcl
.. ( m,-0 JtaJ A. aV .SON aipsat,.a,j
u tli Siii I f t' iTB
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P tVAITT Wl1 stfOVltlCD "BLACK
js, - pnaso bil, or (very gnul. The
aaaortsntnt la tb cm. s4 at Bt ot ratnTZT
HxlU aC aa.I ) n t 4 aa,urW tl la awi
c,rti taciae b noj toi-M eiajl .,w tm n 'aw. i
dL;'rs3 -ftttealBM
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ScroMa.oKiik's
la a constitutional dltease, a corruption of G10
blood, tjr which thit fluid tecomea vitiated,
weak, and poof. '"Beirij in the circulation, it
perfadas the whole bodr, and may bunt out
in disease on any part of It.' 'No organ is free
from lu attacks; nor la ther one' rwch it may
not dastroy.- "Xhi abrofulous taint la variously
ordered: of unhealtliy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What
ever bo Its ' origin, it U, liereditary in tha con.
stitution, descending M from parents to childreri
Unto tli third and fourth renaratioa ; T indeed,
it tattna to b the rod of I Urn who say,
will visit the taiquitlaa' of the father upon
thefir ehUdven.'' ' nl! i .T'. :i.t cuaiKt
1 Its effect eoDimenor by deposition from the
blood of oomtpior uloereus niattef, which, bl
the lting4( liveri and internal Organs, is Wrmed
rubwclet r' In1 the gland,' swellinfei and oil
tha Rurfiioe, efnptlon or sore.! xhU foul cor
ruptJdn, whioh getiderii in the blood, depressed
tne onergice or nte, o that ecroruious convtltu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but they haxa far less power to'witlvt
stitod the attneka Of otlicr diseases : ' censc-
quently vnrt numbers "perish' by disorders
whidi, although not scrofulous In their nature;
are stUl; redacted 'fatal' by this taint in the
i.i;u.. .vfVDbvi.uiu vviiuiiiiuun wiuctl uo
cimatc the Immhn family lias its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diaeeuseaoTthe liver, kidneys, brain,
and. indeed, bf all the organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause.
' : One quarter of all our people are scrofulous
their persons are invaded by this lurking in.
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and ' exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in '
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most ef&etual remedy which tlie medical
skill ot qur times can devise for tltis every
where prevailing end fatal malady, . Il is com
bined from tha moat active remedials tliat have
been discovered for the expurgation of tills foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
svstam from, it destructive comeouenco.
Hence it should ba employed for the aura of
not only scrotuia, but also thoae other aneo
dons which arise from it, such as Enurnri
and Btiir Disaaii, St.. Avthony's Fma,
Rosb, or EuYsiPSLAi, Pixti.bs, Pustulbs,
BLoTCHBi, DUiits and Bon.a,Tionit, Tbtteb
and Salt Rnittrx, Scaid Hbad, BistowoitM,
Ritti'MATisx, SvpHiiiiTie and Mbhcouial Dis
SAst, DnoFsToIYrtru, Ubiiiutt, and.
indeed, all CoMPUttnTa aiusimo ruost Vitia
ted ob Ittrtma ltaxm. ' Tha popular belief
in " impurity of at blood " ts founded m trath,
for scrofula U a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of tWa Sartnpa-
rma is vj puriry ana regenerate uits Vital nuid,
without which sound health is Impossible in
co&tasnuiatad constitutions. ,. . , . ,: 7k
'U.i'ji t ':-i'i:if. ,r 1. 1 '.) .- - 1 m
? A."itr EI"S ' ''.
- ta .11 . j. 1 .... '
Cure,
Ague
son tub SFscor curb or '
latarmltteat Favor, or Fever aad Igat,
Remittent Favor, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ag-uo, Parlodlcal Haadaclia, or Billon
Hoadachd, aad Billon Favora, Indeed
for tha whole claa of dlaea originat
ing In biliary derangement, cauaed by
the Malaria af Sliaatuatla Countries. .
We are enabled here to offer tha community a
remedy which, while it cure the above comnlaiuU
with certainty, is atill perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. Thl
"Ccre" expels the miasmatic poison of Fever
as d Aoub from the system, and prevents the de
velopment af the di tease, If taken on the first ap
proach of it premonitory symptoms, . It is not only
ths best remedy ever yut discovered for this class
of complaint. Jut also the cheapest.' The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brlnea it within the
reach of every tody ; aud In bilious districts, where
1'EVun axd Aoi'B prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for euro ana protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure af Intermittent is that it eontaint na Qulnina
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
otner injurious suecu woatever upon the constitu
tion, aboae cured by it ere left u healthy a if
they had never had the disease.
rever and Ague It not alone tbe consequence of
ths miasmatic poison. A (Treat variety of disor
der arise from its Irritation, among which are
NturaMa. Rhtumatiim, Gout, flcaJacht, Blind-
mtation, painM Ajfretion of (lit Spleen, Husttr
tot, Para it the HoweU, Colic, Paralyse and Do
rangemei'.l of the Stomach, all of which, whan
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
Pipe, or become periodical. This " Ccee " expels
the poison from the blood, and eonseqnently cure
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and person travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally at doily while expoaod to tha infection,
that will be excreted (rum tha system, and cannot
accumulate in uffldent quantity to ripen into dis
ease. '- H ne4 it is even mot valuaW for aratco
boa thaa cure, and few will ever aulhr from Intaiw
mittents if they avail tbernttlTot of the protection
thisremedy almrda ' - - t -
rreparad oyirr.j. k axsb u co., Lowtn, Eats.
ROB1RTB SAMUBL. Oerambaa - -'J
And kv Sranrlst tad SetJaa rreryvber.. . . .. ,
Bovr.iya.twasw
0AHADI Afl tk UJI1ED 8TATEJ MAIL
. STTRVAMTirRfl .
"P; fl 0 k ht.ira Aa rtton .1 . ;, ' Ft i4
L0ND toERRt,' J GLASGOW.
Liverpool,' Montreal, Quebec,
Ths Hontreal Ocean Bteamahip Company i)rttit
ilUpowered Olyde-ballt Steamer aall everr data
nrdar from PORTLAND, oarrylna tb Canadian and
United States Halt and puMngen,
sTORweaiAir. nortb AirsRTflAn.
1,1 HOHBMIAN. "'T" A AS9LO-8AXOS.-CO
.4'IiOMHBBjfI01l, HIBBRNIAK.-'T
vaaauua, a BUUIIAH.
BttarteetrCheapaat aad Qntckcat Con-
ix'it i.,4r, fvay svmoa sraaa , . - .v,
isrci ';fcfB ;iu'?asti or rraors.
, ,;Ila4aaj pi Psvaawtta to TAirapa, v t
j, ton i, 03O, Bf30, S)SOj-i.e.i .-n I
Wtllaari trow tTTBRPOOii avery tredaesdar.
uvuwnvaaiii, wmainwi ooaraaoa ilu a atllsaad
PeMgovers, to and Troca Ireland and Boetlanj.'
irpTbe Sieamar are ballt of Iron, hi wattlrhi
ompartaeno), carry each an npeneoced Surgeon, and
Vtwrt (B.OHOBl m
mtloB to paid to tb comfort aad aocommoHv
iBgrt. A tbty proceed direct to LONDON.
ie great rkk tod delay of calling tt St. John'
Una of paeeenrer
vbhti tn neat 1
avoided ,... . . , - . .!,
Olaarow pavanigers are' farolthed with rats Itaag
tktta to and from Londonderry,
Betara tjokete granted at reduced rate. ' v J 1 "'!'
Ovrtinoatae lasued for carrying to and bringing out paa
ragera from all lh principal town of Great Britain aad
IreUnd.at redneed ratea, by this line of iteamers, and
byth. W-ASJUIltaTOH LlMl Of BAlLIIfQ PA0KJII8,
karrtcg Liverpool ttery rnk, 'r - - '
Wf '" 'IsssamraiuT.
f "-laai. lraiaa Skpaiv,;,,
aawiiiirSaA.ei WaUee r.r : ,kl,a
1 pa" r. apply A the- Offloa, f PIROA Da
tVAltTNawltaraV aad II WaIKHII',,
lalvai'aaal 4 i'.' w.' ;v! nam;. 1-1-.... I u v '
,.a,i e-i W -milS Oesersi 4gS4!'
Or to J. R. ARMSTRONG.' 1
rBoM-lrdt
Su, rtia ri, i. nuJ
- v- vwaiuuiaaa, yiM-oi
CPartaenljip,
HATE TniS DAT ADniTTClv r1
see JAMBS ADaJBBAln a partner In ml barf.
aeat vahieh will be after be eeadvoted tndertb flra
baea a ea.- ). . t. BA1M, S saath Utgk- St. "
Oolomba. rab IS. 1861. .-!..-. ' fb0
nFJIHT KtBIItfett;'! :.".5?
fists of PaaWs BstobllshmaaV t.J Paaprtstot
Ua New fork T.iMnnakla llaria,. D.k. r-.u.u
laaapooolng, CarUagand Draastng aaloea. Baa 8lW
Street, avu lh Pot 00, .wtwr a4btaaa tll
!l.FltWw.SjUn,b ' branches- Ladles sad
v,..Kis sai, 'raawjjg 094 kt KM kt ItyUs,
Hl-af :r.tfB , ) .a
,'atet. .. ,V..fflit ?VAt '
tn-i r't Yt eiwpi.Mjj
.wdu ! .fiii '; , 'vent -fii 'l
. i a I I ii mmm
1 ...
I . f .ffi I 1
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I VII l .''(''I I4' . ( I -i V ., ,,'. '
r.i i i n.s'.'.i''ptt4fffXfitT1) ' na ' -
ta ."TKtlt .U .u ... -a . ti l
AND' fcflEAtilR THAN EVER !
i
.
,
w;n -i e , .
OtB iPBliatj ITOClt IS rPfrSTJAL
ly larg aad wall sswrttd. Tbe very latest pattern)
from AMB1U0 Ajt, BMUUaal and IBBSOH laotorlea.
GOLD PAPEBS AND BORDERS.
Ill I'i. 3t ' J t;iM' ' r ,'' ;,
flold tiPMffli; Borders, ; ; . ; ;
SPLENl)il) 5 " DECORATIONS
: - ... .'i1 . i - .
a".''.; a-eijf, ri-- i'r.U. ' . . 'j i
.vaiil at. I u ij!'i SMIA. u-.ti ..-:( t.. i
"! .1 t,l ''!.')
FIRE' BOARD PAPERS,
ZQow hi(D Painted Silu3, .
WINDOW CORNICES,
K. 1.I-.I
' i.i ;
1 "V
BUiFFj BLUE,
y nv.il .!.?; v; 'AND
. -r -o if.-. r J .
GREEN HOLLANDS,
i WnT)0W FKTUEE8, oli kind, '
CORD AND;TaASSELis;
Ti ;!'(' BEAUTIFUL PICTURES' ;'J
AND THAMES.
i - li .-n-'.n i. . r b- '-'."i.r ,'j-r..j oj . ,
.ii !-.'."' :.'! i.iu'l., .:..-!
i.
RANDALL & ASTON,
XOO OOXttll. SClBHSta
COLUMBUS, O. V
,.i j-. . .... . . .j . . .... .....
at. B. Landlords and partons Wishing qaasUUat of
Paper frill Bake .Boaey hybqylsg ai us. Conn try
HoKBtBt sad person from abroad will do wall ta call
and at. ' sprU l-d3awodl r : I k , . R. A.
'' i ';! .1," 'I . t ..... J; t J .
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
C0HNE0I1HO AI BELLAIB8 WIl'B IHB ,
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
,' AND AT PITTSBURQfl WITH IH1
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
lEAILROAD:
... . 1.. '' J0RM1N8 TBI :
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
.
'y Routt to all. Eastern Cities !
' ; ' ' Trains Let ts Columbus as follows 1
1 M0BKIN0 IXPR18S
Leaves Colamboa I SO A. M. from TJuloa Stpt. via
Bellalr or Bteabeovl lar arriveaal Btllalre, I0.S0 A.
U 1 Btcobtnvilie. 18. SO P. M.; PItsburgb,S 40 P. U I
rianUburg, 1.10 A. M.: via Altrntmcn, arritrsat Nw
Tork 8 00 A. st.t via PMtadnlokia. arrive at Pklla,
delphla. S. 10 A. U.; Bew tork. 10 30 A. kt. Coooeea
also at Harriabarg for Baltiaore, tinting at 7.4 4. at.
Sleeping' Can attached to thli Train
Praia Colamboa. ran directly through to Bellalr or
PitUbargh wlthont change; aod Pasmngers via Allen
town trnv In New Xork at 8 A. U.,
UTTo souaa is adtahoi op joriesb
LIMBS. . ,
i
This Train also connect at Bsllalra with tbe
Btltlmore aod Ohio Railroad. "
It
l. .' pmsBCBott izpasss. V .'.'..'T
Leave Oolaatme 11 ii A 11 , from tTnlon Depot,' vto
SteabenvlUe; arrlv at N'wsrk, IS SO P. sf. Cotho-tWi-l-M
Steubeovllla.e'. M.J Pittsburg, S.40
P. at.. rTTThU la tnoonlf roat by wbloh Paawagcr
ata leave OlnotnaaU at 7 A. St., go through to Pltta
burthla daylight, without change of ear cruelty.- ,.
et
.j: . AtT. Ull,r .., ..:
taaves Oolambas f.lS P. If., frea Unloa Depot, via
?!''' f'1 Newark, S S3 P. U tanesvllle,
S 38 P. If t Bellalr T .6 P.M.; PiCsburgh, U.SS P.
M.r Harritharg, S.0S A. M. Hm AVtntotm. arrive
tf.fi". l.l-J .. BA'toWytta, arrive-
DKllaal..k. I 1A B . at- -,. .. n r . .
. h, p,w luit, o r. at, xoa
Tralo also tonoeot at Banlsbarg tor Baltlaere, ar
rtvtng atl I. M. - s
"' rw.u uimrs s awimira ov rtntargwil
MM. h.M Mt . riaaa mkJ uui.l .1 .
-'. - .ra rw wetw m BO
change af Car to rhl a4l,hl, at via Alleatow to
; j , . a l..t... a nr. 1 v - w
The only Route from Colnraboa to Baltimore,
fftLll J - 1 L t IT a ...
i ouueipuia,or w x org, wiut oolr
. , ooe ehaogt of Can- , . :
By thl Tratn" Pimn rvrr Trrrtva in Raw Va,k a
hoars la weaea ol tb Northern Haa.
This Train also aonaaca at Bellalr wllA ths BtlUnvor
bad Obi B. R.
UTTMs Route Is 30 miles shorter to Plttsbure.
l :i. auu -anvtw. uiau tw miiea BDOrtep U
n ,r-He York, than Northern Lines.- -
aiu a.-. in i ii ii am i ii i - j i a' ':u
I
.
Checked Taro tgh,t9"all lm.
ftvaPAwJ a .v i,a, ., -
rte k;
,no4'.--U-i'r' "a J'U W-Aatl VIA ,..1l9
BELLAlRE OR 8TUBENYLLLE. ( ,
ASB. IUH StCAKTS VIA
t:oq
r.i:i an'1 ' ' t I i t am in . i,
TUk.eta; taoad. aver altkar BaatW
T .b-,1r,V - . ,.l m !,-., lohwv ball'i
I nd tn-.; Gin. Tlofcet Agent Oanrral Uktr Rj X.
V" r"flaB. TlnVat iMntRtanKa Ilia ah., Ti..
fW tu "T ' "S - --...7"T-'t!-rVr"".
I, ,.l,.a " ' " -- '
n) t JOaaCmBI7S .4SII10S 'J( ll.w -'I 1
AGRICULTIWMWABHOUSI.
u Alnd Seed Store, v,.
Mud e'iH -i ' t"biAtkt Sar" !'!
iMAmrAiii?
M.'A . -a ' ' . - . Ax '! J . . P '(
HAILb, GLASS, BASH, PUTJt, OOHDAaB,.
eune, Pieiale, Waaaa Wlllaw Wara(
etraa'aMrMBa 4a latether, Eoae sad
. !.. .v M'V .at.l-dly
it
n
ovItlelB Nc1WiIia''Brv., (''
il tifi.tj--rrtroaaaaOatreteOonarS.' -'fT
r T rv.r: t Srerd Pkl g.isoaitrrt-
4a Ptrls Bid Olovea eaptrlor aak., . . , .)
olita Bill Ihlrt. vtrloat atilaa;
, Boy' Oolden Hill Shirla, do ''t'M'
. Eritlng and lre aliewwa, , . , . ,
TTrmmnrl Irmtn1 WT-dhirrhlir TBltlaM lis Is.
Half Uoae and Under iiauBeat,
noMf H rf-ajs .
,vwuaua.v' ra enfJ V-o3 vm twjaa it
" . '.twrf.oA h liHsai
- . . v ,
I.i
f ':
vaiiy, per year.,
Tri-Weekly, per ear.
Weekly, peryeat
. .... 00
3 00 '
..... I 00 i
..... ...
t-.a.i
Assailants of
Party.
i , .
Certain pretended organs of the Repeblieaa
Dirty in thl State wbosa proprlstora sre fllilog
their pockets from the Federal coffers, and who
therefore care not haw lone, tha
t t aj '-'Saw tswtytwfsj
last, tea nothing in the majeatie rising of tbe
ycuuiw m uaieuBe ot toe uovamisent bnt a
splendid opportunity of makiog money for them,
selves and nolitloai capital against tha Demo
cratlo party. , . ; , ,, ,.4,, ,,
These same men, who employ all tbe time
not devoted to robbing the Treasury, to charg
ing the Demooratio party with treatoa and etitv
rlug up tha exUoct embers of old controvert!,
were not alasys so much ia love with the Unioa
and the Ooreromerj... They used to speak
lightly oi the Union, and talk about lettiog it
slide n certain oontlogeociei. Tbey iocaesaaf
ly ridiculed Dsmoorats ior expressing aoiiaty
for the preservation of tbe Union. . They laugh
ed at the idea of danoar. .Thaw an.ln...J
all men who : were solicitous for tbe future of
sue, country asvunlonHavers" a pbraee to
which they atttohed a peoaliar degraa of odium;
They not only stubbornly refused to ateenl to a
peaceful settlement of .our national trouble
when that was. possible, but showed their dis
trust of lbs people by denying them the privil
ege of TotlOaf oa tbe question' The Chicago
platform waa their "higher law," plaotd tar
above tbe Constitution.. Perish a hundred Un
long, they exoUimed, rather than give aa inch
Of this party platform. They chronicled and
applauded every infraction of the fugitive slava
law. After tha cotton Stales seceded from tba
Union, they wara in favor of letting them drift;
and they published articles to show that war
would not restore tbe Union. ! ,; .. . ..
Soch was tha spirit and temper of the class
of newspapers previous to tha great events that
aroused the nation to the neoessity of war for
its own protection and preservation. Tbe as
sanlts upon oar fltg, the reduction ot Fort 80 m
tsr, tbe Immediate danger of tha Ctpltel, at
once excited and united the people. Past politi
cal distinctions were forgotten in the presence
of perils .that threatened to plunge us into an
twohy, end to destroy tba glorious fabric of
government reared and strengthened by suoces
aivegeoeratioDsof statesman aod pttrlott. Tbe
watchword flew with mora than elecirio speed
from State to 8tate, for it waa tba common int.
pulse of patriotism that tha Union mutt bo pre
served and tbe Government sustained. - All
classes sod conditions of men, without respeot
tq their politloal opinions or prejudices, wlthont
pautlog to discuss, tbe origin ot oar national
troubles, without stopping to determine where
PViaa Biaa Paaat sew. I U a a ta... .
ea. 51 tatvBB 0iui ui roopoDBiDiaty iDOQia rett,
OMVCd thfl lUmiTiAni ftf Iha nane. L. ...I
w Jm,Trr Deni0Brte dl not betiuta or bold
uavarreiayiiinno boaatful spirit, botes
an undeniable truth, that no political party in
thecouatrv. and av.n th- na-,. .k.. ..1 ..t
at lbs last eleotion, furnished aa many men for
ft-, la stWAa aa tn L. T-a . , .
,..: ,u Amoorauo ptrty. The tame
fervent love for the Union whioh Impelled that
party to labor and plead for the preservation of
lh. ITnlftn - r , . .
"i ieaoiui means, coottraioed its
uwuiwcra so enter inert tits or tbe army after
all hODM of aavino tha ffnlnn k. i--
r . a ww.vu wj vuuiurvuiiaw
bad vaolthed, and tbe Government wae assail-
wa uj armea toes. 1 ney did not watte time in
discussion and denunciation, or wait to eocqaer
their oreludlcea as-ainat tha n.-i. n r. .
did they pause to deliberate aa to the propriety
assisting an Administration In whose eleva
tion they bad no hand, aod from whots domina
tion they apprehended fearful oonseqaeoces.
But they recognised their obligation to tbe
3overnmenl without regard to those adminis
tering it, aod their obedience waa willing and
spontaneous- , , ,
surely, ir ever there was a time when the
voice of faotion should bo huthed, and when
tbe certi una of tha AHminiai..,inn
oease their warfare npon tbe Demooratio party,
uicuusri compose a large proportion of
tbe arm, thl la tha tima.. Ann ...L. .1.
ay that these malignant assaults do not come
fat r ova taaa . a a tm
u. uicu nctuaiiy engaged in Denting tbe bat-
tie of the eonntrv. Tn.. Inw.-i.hl. r.
J - " waa esBisevi J VVlUw II U ISA
the class of natriota who ata at hnm. , h
the treasury from contraot-jobbertt furniibers
ar MaM .I...L1 . . .
w. .v.vwu viuiuiug aou wonniesa (DO; pension
erSt,,f Oownmenli men who bold sinecures
St WatbinetOn and era laS lutaa n-llllC kat.a.
oiusens tbsn themselves publto thieves who
neve belonged in tarn to every politloal party,
and are readv at am tlma tn aaii ..i ,l.
highest bidden wretched politloal prostitutes,
despised by those whose wsges they receive
Thi. la Ik J I. 1 1 , m . '
a... .u. ueepiu.ui ciass oi aavsntsrert wno
endeavor to convim n.mn.,.1 -4
patby with secession and treason who will not
wuj uia pumiuu laiin, oy subsorlblDg to tbe
mna, nil.. J . . . v j . . .
v. m.ub uugauB or tus lanatieai wing or tbe
Republloan prtj.HtTritburi t7i.. '
A tarrtfls wataa.anAna i-.L ar. '
wv. iiiaew vu maasB.
beaio pond, near Manobetter, N. H.,ltst week.
wss tunnel sbaoed. UDsrlni VarV aradnalla
mtfth Ttert ,u,rf08''unl1 Msoblog about
.... ........ u, uaa uaprwaawui into Ut
shape or an umbrella ton. stamiini. nn.....
leet in diameter. It remained ettinr,aw
about ten minutes, and then moved where a pie
Die Dirty were in the nick of tima t ... . ...k
Ine. sea and feel tha tmntlne ,1.1, ..u..k
ed the beach, and while passing, it ctrried off
All lh, hA. I. .1. 1 I .
haan.kaa a.f 1 . . L e t
, ' surea or tour locoes throatra.
and in about tha twinkling r ... .k .1!
; . - & -m ,jm wwa mil
a i l 'or ' Ubl ni HxMag tbat
.urvwu vu 10a teoie aa the
Shower cama nn. and aant than, i- .11 mi. .1
through tba woods. Some one. sang out, 'lie
down on tour fanaa." and It... ...it ,k.
... , . n -tn ,ue narit
did so, for as tbe whirl passed, the trees were.
ww, i-uu hi uta grouoa, touobiog the
backs of . the prostrate persons The spout
COmlnf .ln COnLaOt with anma aanrJI. ..... .k.
shore, got.Valred," and broke with the noise of
uiBMu, eiuuuuj sua toea lar ana nets the air
was fiUed with branohes of treea. laavaa.aLii.k..
eto...The wbolajerformanoa laatad flfi...
ntes. .. ... .. , .,
"
"J- t' -v
FotTHtk ABOtrr TO T.am fk. T.-tar
- , . . ------ - mt l.liu
Bill, aa it naaaed tha Hnnaa. inai- - .v
the datler npon goods In bond (except those
which are uaolalmed) nor does It affect goods
ship board bound in. It fixes tbe duty on
cones at are cent per pounff tea fifteea oenta
per poaodr raw eager two and a half cents -per
DOUndr eurranta Aral aaaala- tan aan, a. .1...
sttae swop nutmegs twenty Brer mice twenty
tv pepper eia oenta per pound, nttslna fire
oentti ginger three centsi ealt In bulk twelve
cents par ana hundred pounds. -It does 'not
alia tun uuiy oa irooi t ne tint 11 now berore
the Senate, and was not acted en yesterday as
expected. There appears to be reasonable
probability that it will pass ' without ' farther
material alteradon.---Jowrael of Cmmtree.
Troops in Callaway County.
A letter dated tha 19th. , u .... ,k. .-..
naiaasec ragimco,, I, uuu roan, Bad arrived in
the tlolnitv ai tha ariue. ud. aauiia.i..
themselves in an orderly and well behaved saan-
uwr. . kws. luuneit waa enaamrjaaaa Faluns.
Tha ateaaaionlata trata lrr.nj.ui .k. i
... .. w,Utll W
des and kind, feeling ol the Federal iroocSaAnd
waa nraHnntna. an .... Iu .a .... . . .
" r----wa aaiaiiin,. wuev.aS H "T w.
a Boawtwiaia, epgagsa IB me ttirmitu ttear
FultQB. Stated taont entraennnllant that llu.
bad wrlttea to bis father, saying that ba would
oa ia Muereoa vsity en tne i-J-oxlty. .or he
would be in a 1. ? it m,-.'. vaittcj rit; ,ni
..Gov, Jacksoa Is la Arkansas, end ia likely to
be there lor some timet tbe troubles oa-the
NortbUisaonri road, and la Oeliawey eoanry,
ere at sa end for some timat notblag etvteoe is
likely to grow out of the Petti soeoty eaatea
BtratloBi thai whnta Una at tWa Han.ik-l.iaal flK
Joseph road ie protected by troopt a iwaotioasvy
feeling Is ttking plaee la Lafayette and ad)oto
tug wuiuiiiea, auu saw pnMpwui is, os wa (stall
have bo mora serious dlaiuraees in the Btata.
Hit, aLatiif tUfVita Jul SaVsV 0 vt h it ' i . ...
tiu'li4 J .t-1C.."i-J HKM Jlan .aawi ra l
i
'-7:l
- - - , ,
HQNNE WELL'S
i It-: i
J.'
I'-ll'r
L l 1 a I . .
Vnr .Il Thvnal anat T.an. SlAaaa.l.1.,.. . . , .
m oal perfect reeolu, WaooriM Coses, Onomt ajra
vnaavw uorwara, aaoiroBiAa abb tbsoa Coaruiirre
alwaye foretuaner of Oonaamptioa- ' a a Soormiaa'
B.n. I, kaa ... au.l. D . a -,.v . "
- ' - . ,nn iiuw an upiata oe
Bauttoproaertlea.may be aaed by most aeltaa ooneU.
Intlnaa anil aaii 1 V. .ar. a M 1-
't aa wtiaw ywa ? wsAdlUsyiiijaj. . j
HUNNEWELL'S i V :
:J,V : CELEBRATED;
r i 1 j iTdlU ANODYNE.
XTaa eaaaTtarr If anaAi, Ofuvt va ffrd to the
world, ocoulnlng not a panic 1 of Optaaa. nor any aa
stance hot It strictly verttabl and medical propertla.
A sure Re marly (ot Hscaalhu, BnaeBAToat, Ooot,
TooTB ano Baa teas, CaTaaaa, Bosj oa lUt lavta.
and all minor Nervoae Complaints. - '
. Job Lota or Suw, and sltadatb ta ab ia varwtt.
It has no aonal. anH laahu, T . .
ataarsrtTorS. : 7 -u oiu.
fob nat-iaioa Tsaarma It U a most perfect remedy. .
Wirt Rnorn. nnaa . iwm -.-- r . . 7- .
. - .. , nwviuii uiepaka is aots
as s plu'sn, a moat lapsrtsai eon treat with lh (oaaioa-
tori effect ol Opium. .
. - Dh-ak.1... B .1.. .-.a,-.-, n..., . .. .
. . . . ' "- auu 1111 Doiinawui ne sent,
and to Dealer or Invalid a deasrlpUvt paapbkt wlthasa
Prepared nniiet the ipeolal npervtrloa ef '
, . crosusTAjra latsaararrria-) . .
Ho, 9 Commereial Wharf, Bostoa, Kaas-
f ASrhHa nttiaaa illaaal all a.-.i 11
r-nmw, llllWV BkiA tHIUiniWO, .
PriOf Lirp, Coojh lUmsvly, 50 eeoti pn bottU.
Smtil , is 7 -..,
AOIB aaOOOJIsd). Ml "
WOT sssBTs hm thm BSanaf varr Ataaa. Ia a, -at ae-lS AI 1.
. -v """ivwtr BUS vg BVssMI HtmiSTTl.
vBal vttvv n a saaa
B0BB UTS a 8 tMtril,, If. B. MARPB,
O. DBNIQ a B0N8, A. J. 80HTJBLLBB A ioif,
mj ..-wj - arena ror uommnus, unio.
j
FBIOXI BIDV01B
..,. TroBthNwlorkObeervo.l .
. ' As all parties Btnnfactarteg Sewing ktaehlnes are ob
Used 10 D.V Mr. How a liaenaa on each maehina aald.
and sre a so compelled to nuke ntnrn to him, ander
oath, a to the comber sold, his book gtt aoorraotsuta
ment. Prom this reliabl son roe we nave obtained tb
roiiowing statlatla. Of lh msobines .and la the year
m'i, there war old,-,., . .. , .... .. ,
, . , By Wtveeler Wilson ,...B1,30S :
, . ." I. kl. Singer A Co 10,05
Orover a Baker 10,280
Bhowlne the asles of WbaaUv A Wllann tn fca itneiala
mow oi any other Company." .
Awarded the fctrheet pralnm-at the
' ' Cnltad Suit Pain of US8, IBM and lBSOi
also at the , ,
, . . Ohio Bate Pairs of IU9 aad lSoOi
' and at nearly all ths County Pairs fat tb St:.'
' Onr prices, st las late redaction, or at lots a aap
loea tticA maehlce now aold. aod hot s trifle highar thaa
tha in ratios tasa atreoxl sAoaa McA aaacAtaia, now
forced anon tbe market.
To WHIBLKR WtLSON HA0BIMB Bakes the
Lock Inert ths only one whioh cannot be raveled. It
ttALias oa Bora Srossof ths goods, leaving no rif4 or
awtaaiia, um'-asaa. - - , .
ata aaooAMaa uor-anUd 8 ytart, and intimation
gitea ia uivir osa, rrv oi onarto.
H. CRART, bl High tt., Oolnmba, O.
WU. SUMNBB A 00
dc3-.wd3atawora Pike's Over Uooae. CloclnnaU.
t
-.
STONE'SBAZAAR.
No. 4 Grwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HAREl
ABF.IV.OW RECEITIlSOTnCIB vwtH.
IBB GOODS, and lovrteihs poblU t Inspect
tbsau Mo sach nock of Goods baa star been broagbt to
thla markrt. Tbe South, In eonsequeno of th failure
of th grain erop, has not been able to purchas th aa
aalanaotlty of rich roeda, and tbU raotha. foroed tha
Importer to aall tha at pabus austloa. Oar bayar
(Mr. Stone) being ta Hew Tork at these large bum, took
idvtntas of them, and wa can and will sell our good
hero, t lea than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them ia Bew Xork. Our (took I complete Is
vary Department or ....
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, -OTTOMAN
VELOURS,
. .. BR0CHE VALENCIAS, .
PRINTED MERINOS,
. PRINTED COBITRGS,
nvF.fj mnnnai
BLACK ALPACAS, .
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
. . ALL WOOL DELAINES,
. ; POPLINS, PRINT3,
. . DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Hve Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
y, " LADIE FURS:
Mae's, Ladle sad Chlldraa'a Under Shift aad Prawrsi
Lad lea. ktuue and Children' Uaswnr of all kind. Is
Wool sad Lamb's Wool; Plaecy Lined and Cotton 0 loves
oi every Erase. - - ,
, . t II -. . -) vv-. f
A oomplete assortment of all the usual varie
ties cf . ..... .. , '. .,. x. ( . .
LADIES' CLOTHS, K t. ic, ' '
- 1 c CASSIMERE9, ' - - - '''''
lu i v- . . . . v , ij. OVERCOATINGS,
.. -...'.; v.'. TWEEDS,
FLANNEI3, ' " . -i- n ' -r--,
a t-.,. i t RIBBONS, ' ' - ' s i ' o .
. v . . DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladles andGent'i linen Camlrio ltand
t. : -.t lMwhiefi, Ao&o. ; - -.'
' To ptraomwho call on as, 'w pledge oni words to
show them the lirrett, best end cheapest stock of Goods
erst teea B ihla market, or pay Ibem oaa dalktr par
hour while looking. I,a
.oeoi-cajKtawKw. . ri , aiuan a v a abba.
EAGLE BRASS.WORKS,
' earner SprlarotWaterate., '' -
OolxifaiaUBsy Qlxlo.
. f, ' "'? " -- eaaWAWAfa . . ,
W. B. POTTS . & CO,
Bad sUnufsetnrers of Bias sod Oomsaattion CaaUnaa.
, ..Fiplsbad Bias Wort af all PasiiptlaBa.jW
Electro Pla'tiDg'tB
STENCIL CUTTINCg&C.. ,
febi cwiy "-' t - v "' '
1
'r" Irish' Linen Goods.'
Tt7ARBAlTEI rABSRIO ti
Y V Lines Shirt Bosom rPiln and Panax .k
' Jv ' Bhirtingsnd Boeoa Linen. rT'--0 o11
;,i:t i i. 'Linen t)hetlae; aad Pillow. Oaahtgk. etoii.'
-'iaeomffrf
fl.K'ls i"l
Llnn Oambric and Lone Lawaa.
" , - Linen Pocket-handa'fs.all sls.a
. , Llrtn TltTralllnaaanani.nara
tl.a. Wankl.. ..a l'rt.ll. - T
wui.h M. ar VJ IK,.
ill . UaaaTaa0tlmaadSiqBaBaaka.'O'Mi a.'
.1a, Llnaa Towels wlik colored borders. . .
Llneo Stair Coverings and Crash, 4 "
',at ra'-',r),;4i PsJSBtleawa-.- , . ' i. .
Bits a BOM. ' .
abSS R.t.8othBladltr.
I
Priam caimiiDtii, . . , bikst a. cHnTwpea
;8.A H.T. CHITTENpEN k ,r
ATT0RNBTS AT LAW. Ji:
UT Offloea, tap) Braaaway Bew Tork Cltv. and
raaaoaB Booauaa, Oabav OaW I
STOarafal atbaatloa paMt OoUeeOoca,
arilskdoal W J .' mi uim 0 ..i ,' . -.) vl
,
l.t.'.t'vTlr,,l, n Had stud
t whit Caokdfsapiterqnriiiy. Pnraalslr
,i.r a-t.i a ilullLriaiuK, .
It it a f !r, ii Jt .'fjfti'.i t v-ull
, Iararlably la Adrantv.
'pHB OHIO BTXTAaiVlalIJ,lTJ.AJi
J
BOOK. AND JOJB .
H! ' 1 1-.a i. , . .'
PRINTING MTaiBUSHMENT
- -. ' I " J' r, .
sTurrlag In areas ad it already
"!
u
' EXTBaTSIVB FAOILITIKS,
. ... . I . I ,
, ' " ''
i , is fall prepared ta actoaia la U
I t r ii ,..- . . ' '. '
.JI0tT ELABQRATEJIC ANN EA,
I I lb 51 1 ',.
l ''-Alb . .... . V. ,' ' ,. ."' ' , '.
Aim ta
THE LATEIT STVLII,
' ' - - r
OAXAMauiS,
" Bums.
. BIUJ LACIK4,
- BILL ITXADd,
H0TB8,,' '
BBAPT8,
' OBX0KS,
0I110UUM,
VAaaTBUTS,
UltMBXat,
LXQAI, BLAirXS,
eat aaoprpn,
1AB1X8, CAAM, ,
firrtopBs, -
RAILROAD, INSURANOE,
fAnd rrery dttoripttoa of
LETTEB PBE89 PHINTINO,
qatl to any IitabUibment La tha State, sad upon
tarns which wkS eempare favoraUy with lb
r
leading lattera Prlntlog Bootes.'
V 1
.... . -
Barln) arary lTaoiUty- to aid Va
,r . ,
r- . , -
w Tax rmoBOonoit or
- 1 ' ' .
ELEO-ANT POSTERS
ABB
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
i
aHOW OAJKAsS,
W offar ear tervlaes to aU whs asy dedr that (its
,.-. ' i i .
of work.
Wa have anoartd trlth (inrTrislillsliaisI a
blajtkbooe butdert,
Prom wbloh we prsdaca, th
Fixxoaat tai.r1f Vt7"-irAa.
Asm tn xotc
tTDTEBB BATX ROAD BLAfiX B0QaV
OUR ESTABLISHMENT
Is to saa Emitted
:.t. r-i- ...
'X'JLL-liJ TLxAJXCm-in&rD
' r stosr
- COMPlJETEIllCIli
'54 ,. -, ' - . . ,u -,. ...
rr i .
: ABnrtftwsec 0 , ,
PKItFKCT IX pOBCAjriZATKMV .
bthi City, and we aay add.. ..
ili Ml : ... ... .. . I ,, ."- o'-"
WB WILL fATOEABLT COMPARE
K.! v-M
WOT AktT
Ir
v i.
, t Prtatlag Honaa la thaWaaX-i
.. ... r . ,
BICfXARD HETHera,
i . i i - ' .
nottWKK
r. Baltimore Clothiiig Hoasc.
t st-orimuM avit waouufj mum n
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
S508 w Baltimomtreet,1
(sarwasB itatsm Ata aeWaasO ' 1 ' '
!. l. lb .-; f ' '-; il
t" .,.:. t 9AU.TIS0jaB, SV4-.il
t ... v iii ii i i a, i i i i ... ,
Large AJaetnaaant ad fieee and Xrmrnlshlsg
Seeds Ctmstaatly aa Xaai
OotOSdly
MANHOOD.':
sot? lost, cow itsroiua.
lu" I loui.'i.w, ana asiua, TSKA. .
r Seaslaal Waakneaa, Sexaal Debility, n am in
valaatary BaaaHeia eeaV ImaawMray, reealtlog from
Salf aaa. aa. Bt kaM. 1. fl.lli a. n. .-T
udec seal, lot plaia aayolopa, to any adtiaas.poM
ai.lna, 1W7 Bowery, MeWXerk. fort Oih-- Box, Bo
'i Lj, ,' v.'sr'-X ,r- V'au:lsBaa.-.
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