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SUSINESSTCARDS.T
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; 0 , , ,0oWTMBO8. OHIOJ
:.J.03330mar323
Attorney, Counsellor, fit Law,
MARION, OHIO. 11 1 ' : 1
Maclilrie Mannfactinriig Company
0 1 u c a u a j.q aiatiiMjJ
STEAM 1 ENGINES & TOILERS,
Cutlcgt, Klli-Crekrlng, Xaehlniiry.
,J " ' ov'mif "DXSCTiirnoii.' '''.""
03A8. AMI108, gnp'l.. : r ; f. AMBOS, Trtaa.
1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD.
Connecting at OrettUn with 7th PITT8BUEQH, VT.
WAYNB At COIOAOO RAILROAD
Ibr Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and BaUimort.' Alto
, for Tort Wayne and Chicago. , . , .
Oo4etil t Ckt eland wtlh the tAKS BB0RJI JtAIl-
""HO AD '
t ot Dankiirlt ttaf fala, Albatnre Moa
MaTnl tvr orai .
TITRKE TRAINS DAltT,
EXCEPI SUNDAY, - . !, .
from Oolambus, In oonneotlon with Trains on the '
I,ITTIE ' "IfAirii: AND COLCMIIUS
, AJNU XtiAIA HA1LKUAU8, 1:.
:tr:i I - -- id,t',.i'..
. ,i. .-i,- PIBBT TRAIN. , - n'.
NIGHT XXPRBS8 Ltares Columbns at 3.40 A, M;
will leare pasaengers at all stations loath of fiallon,
stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardlngton and Oilrad, and
at allltatlon north of Gallon, arriving at Olereland
at:Uu A. Dunkirk 3:00 V, at., Jvugal 4:85 P. M.
Albany 3.80 A. M., New Yerk 8 35 A. M.. Boston 8:30
P. at., Pltuburgh Tia Crestline 3:20 P. M , Pblladel
pulJ:10 A. AU CbloagVTl Crestline at 7HMJPM, ' r
t v-' '-' SECOND TRAHr.v. , ! " -,
NEW T0RK EXPRESS Leave Colbmou at 11: 10
a.m. Will step at Lewis Centre,'(for White Siphur
(Springs), Delaware, Cardlngton, Gallon. Crestline, ohel
by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, anlve at
Olereland at 3:35 p. m.; Dunkirk, 6:SO p. m.; Buf
falo, 10:21 p. m ; Albany, 8:45 a. m.; New Yoik, 1:45
p. .; Boston, 4:40 p.m. -'This Train eonneetaat Shel
by for Band uaky, and at Giaftonfor Toledo, arrlrlng at
Toledo at 6:40 p. m. , -
. .,. ,' THIRD TRAIN. '",'1?
H Alt AlJD ACCOMMODATION Leave Oolambus
at 8.30 p. a. , Will stop at all statteo South Of
Bbelby,- aud at , New 4uondon, tVellini(toa, ArafUM,
andfierea; arriving at Cleveland at :30 p.m IHU
kirk, 8:00a. m.; Buffalo, 30 a. m. j Albany, 8:U0 p. m.;
NewYork, 720 p. m.; Boston. 11:4 p. m.; PliUburgh,
via Creatllne. at 11:55 p. m.; Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Chicago, via Oreitllne, 6:45 a. m. This Train connects
at fehelnyfor Banduikyand Toledo, arriving it Toledo
at 8:55 n. m, ' '
" . 1 4 X-1 in .it ? vi-1 .-i.iatw-al
Patant Sleepiii Cari aferranli' all
Night Trains to Chicago, New '
.... "yor aarj Boston, . i,
Baggag Ckedbtd Thrlnivhio Km yitrk'an 'i Motion
via Cleveland; alto, to Philadelphia and "
-Xon-Yorkvla OntUine;
, v.vim" hps 1 L? i v
N igh t E ipress arrive at Columbus at . . . 1 1 : 15 P . II.
Cincinnati Kxpreu arrives at Columbus at 10:50 A. H.
Aocommodattoa Kxnrees a-rivaea. Celuabot at 7:50
f. HVv -. - -- .-X-j . -
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Vtxim na Lo w Dy uy other Route.
i jt Aicit'll bios Iresume r vtcvcuinu.
K.8. FLINT.r .,, .. .,
Superintendent Cleveland, Ohio.
" ';''" James patierbon,: Age t
- Oorombas, OtaoS l
Colnmhm,, June 17.J61.r,,.,T ,,,,,, f..-
Just Bcelvtll" u
100
HIV t'H OHF.Bfv' ttltrf toaV&OK
XliAS 100 baict prune Rio Conee. ,1 -.
1 50 pooketa old Dutch Government Java Ooffet.
7a bars union uonee.
SCdibbla. standard Whit' Sugars, onsiitlog of Psm;
dmd. Ghrnahed. Granulated A and B UoBee.
CO quintals George BankOodnstt: -.?lt.i
gObbla. Meae and Ftp. 4 mackerel
6 tea. Pick Salmon- v
IOO b. IiayV4tiin
6U hi.' aoa d 1
IOO M Ctaanrdlnsrtoi braad and graea.
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mum .? ,!,;r
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. u oMc:i 1.1 Lttry
Mi JUaak-.laClIiiufirxtfiieS-.T:
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Jfo. Sti SOUTH BIQH BTRIXT. ' i ,
ftnithed la a manaer tai fapwipr toasjr ket Btr4uod
,r.-,Si4v)Ul ft ' .TtMlreta
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2i
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
TLe "lateitTha lftrVel.Tlifl Beit
' ' The Chearjeat fii!nii tVn Bat.- -
A), - T i A- ? ,-!(
"Tlie not MellaVUMXaadard, Lis
"ma purr nauOTfttOTioifiaY bitant."
1 . , ."T wi(ter.
Hai ara amrart f ' Htm4r4 ThauM TfainU,
hs mailt far iooa naaklngl and derivation, toratka
with theli aowaM anelllaf, and prim anatatlo ara olaarl
etbafer Ik tat.'1 - n unt.. 1.1..
JaoiiiWon 0 M MmnniJi olio ' 8laU
!-Mt ..;. Tack0r' AmcUilom h, i,;r, ; .
; Cb dBxlanlirMd, aMmbera of to Ohio IUa Taulwia'
JaMotatiOav adopt and ua ta an In teachtoua, irrttlaf
and peakuir, tb'rhognRy and pronanaiatlon of
Woraatara fieval Qnart Dtettonary. and we noat eo
dlallj- , raeoaiBiend U a tk tooet rallabla tandaid .
tharUof tk Jinfllik UdfatM, Hit a) Mf wiMMa and
poken. :.. . . Ik-.. 14 1 . 1 xrtv .K
torit AirBkrw,Trtldent JTntfon Oortea-"1 J J
M. D. Iitoarrr, Baparlntandent Zanerrtll Sch'oonl.
Tho. V. HtkvtT, bopt Manllon Union Bchoola. '
1 M. t, Oowoiat. Dnp't Pnbllo Bchoola, Bandnikjt3 '
j dona tracH, Han't f uhiU fcikaalu ftWcaniUa .
B. N. Jiiiroan, Vrinclpai flereland lemal. Bemlna-
w. BitcHait, gnpl liiie Bckoo'W.Ht. TTnlon. '
John Oanot, principal BUt Normal Bchool, Minne
sota. - ' ' '
Craoi NiaoK, Principal I onrtb'f olermeOUta School,
Olnclnnntl. ...,;.
II. 8. MTia, Bnp't Canton Union School.
. Bowra hroiu Principal KcNeeW Normal Bchool. ' '
1 u I, Tir, Prof. Uathematlca, Ohio CnlTerfltT.
W. W. towaaoa, Bnp't Troji Union Bchool. '
A. apotiw, principal, 'JPejti gljh SchooTi Jlw'
B ASoitoh, AaaosUtoPrlodpaHlgn Bchool', Olere-
, TuKPOK'a jlTxauir, rtnclpaf High j Behoof; OJbt
land. - ... .'' . o'-ia-."
I Jt, r. Homrtoa, Principal Clvaa1 1 net! tut, .
t J. Ar (Uutk, P reiWent (,XloklBiUtttvPl'
ram. . . .-i ,r(. t
W. 1. JUu, Prof. l ObaaUtorv Ohio Wejlaan
UnlTertlty, .. . . - ., ,.--, -, b-.t,"
H. II, Bant, Xz-0mialon(of Oomnaa School,
Olilo. , -t , t-.
, Jamb Horaoa, Prof, Rhetoric, Oberlln Collage. , ,
1 Taoa. Hiu. Prealdant AntleehOolleM.
O. W. . H. OiTiuiiaT. Pro. Mathewiatka. Hleh
chool,Djtoo, ... , . -.
-Vt Cutuaj)B, Eroi. Infuac, Dlh School.
yto.v" ', - ,i- - r .
; 8. Jl. Biuut, Bnp't Union Bchoola, AihlanO, .
: Jfor Via Sia llundrtd Mr PrtHdmU of Oo!U-
Ft, Frofeuori, AuUnart (Mai PitUnovkAtd Xducar
'$, havi mdorttd tht above imtiment.
PRESIDENJS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MiRrrrTA OouaM "It la arnly a aoartfeotnt work.
an honor to the author, lb pubiuheri, and the whole
onntry." Pretldent. Andrewi. . ,
Onto Waaler a UmraaaiTT'It exoeed myerpecla
tlona. It will be my guide In orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be eonaolted by me for Ua neat
and acenrat dednltiona." Pretldent Thompson.
' VI. B. Ictacno OoLLe-Hfleretofore we hare used
Webster's orthography. At a noent meeting of onr
Faculty, It- waa decided to chang It to conform to that
or Worcester's Boyal Quarto Dictionary." President
Oarfleld. . r r, .
Warm Btta (Joiiaa.-iil't Bud It Worth of
cordial approbation," President Hitchcock.
' 'Omtu Cotxaaav mora than meets my expecla
tlone. I recommend It as the standard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pnplUu" President
Morgan, y - 7
1 Aimooa Coliao. "I adopt and aim to as In teach
ing, writing end epeeklng, tht orthography and pronun
elation of Worcester' Moyal Quarto Dictionary."
President Bill.,
"In all my writing, speaking, and teaching, I hare en
deavored t eonorm t the ralea for orthography and
pronunciation as oontalned In Worcester' Dictionary."
Horace Mann, late President.
' Sam Ooumb, Gavih. "I aioM cordially reooat
mond It as the moat reliable standard authority of the
Knglish language a it is sow written and spoken."
fresldsnt Andrew. . ,
.:l
! SCHOOL, COMM3SSIOFEJt. QF OHIO,
from Rev. Anton Smyih, OommtttUmer of Common
School in Ohio. '
"The Dictionary is an Imperishable monument to th
learning and Indastry of It author, and an honor to the
world of letters. The machanloal execution Is far supe
rior to that of any other Lexleen with which I am ae
qualDted." ' ' ' "' J 0 lxp 1-: u
from Mm. 27. B. Barney. Xa-OommUtionet of
... - ticAooit in Ohio.
"Th most reltabl itandard authority of tbt.Ua-
WHAT TB ...
Zjeadins. Newarpaperet of. Ohio &iy.
rom (A Cleveland Berate of March 38.
Th orttweraphy of tti Woneatar Dictionary I that
need by most, if not all. authors ot dlttinetlon In this
country and England, and oon forma to th general ntag
of ordinary writers antVapaakiaa - - .
Whatever prejudiee may asrr eaisted pnrlously,
careful ttudy of thla volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add It to th wall aeleoted library, be it large or small.
It is a library la itself, and will remala an Imperisha
ble record of the learning of Itaoompller.
from Vie QinoingieU COnrnereial Of April 20.
Here are onwards of a hundred thousand words good.
bad and indifferent whoae staitlfarious meanings and
derivations, together with their comot spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work Is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ver published. - - - ' ' ' .
from th Cleveland rtaindealer qfSrpi. SO, I860.
KvUsntl Woaaasna Royal Qoabt Diorromsav it
not only the lost, Out the tmvxrk of Vie kind ever U
atMd.andoan by do possibility suiter by eomparieoa or
eontroreny.-1 - ,,
. '.t ' Jromih Jbtedo Radt 0 arajrt
'Aa to. Mnitoarjxxiax.. WoKd-iTUl 11 TH BTAnAtn
followed by. onr beet authors; In definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and lnOaTHOoArnT It is sufficient
to say that woKcxsTUt oan oe sareiy louowea.
1!tHAlTI ft SHAU
PnMIher, Bookseller V Statlomerit
NO. 101 SUPERIOR 8T., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
maiD
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
IIEE-INSURANCE
V.
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i T!t
Xewarls.f 3JTtr nT.
o T .ii" it s i t :. -a t
lUYidppa.r tuttuurr it 180 p IS Per Cet,
ABSITS; A All MMtlXA. i t; .'. '. V. ii tlflHfW St.
1 Btatefjaent1 JAMtiskrY 1, 180 ft - -
Balance'rper lUtemenf ViS. Tat Ibo(! J'.'.'J .tOo.SS 1 3
tteoenett - tor rremramr anp- ,
! Ing tkt 1 tar lefe.a.A,7S3A5S SSIi-cj y.
Reoelved . ior lntrtt 4jlug: - r, - ,-ket
tne year icou aie,uii sir.
. v:
Total reoelpt' for 18ROk..a877JIS7 74
Paid Claims by Death JaW.OSg 00-, yfl..t .,.,,. ,t,r .lff
Paid Policies surren- .
dered ,ui w '-' '." " ' ,
Paid Baiarles.'POTt.'
. mom. Tm. ' Bx. s'
. - , . k V. i T. t n r,i 1111
;-n - i 10 ca.la r'V-el
... .i.' . . ai in iui.
taid OommUsioni by 'L' ' , " 'il'v "
T Agent .i. ?l,S-SkV1-i .rl 1
Paid Phystclant feet.' 5,W ,c' t-,,J
Paid Dlvldedd dnt- , N
. a - ai . . ' ' 1 -4A aTnal atatt nm n akat M natal -ej
g" jcr ii. jw.wra ooaTaUfi tx "iiik.v'9 n
Vet Balance January lit, lfl,....,,,,.3.811,558 50
1 1,. .iatTB., ' . u .
Cash on hana......:..::.,, $0,0584 lt
VVin.MHWUIipWVUlKl , -
I estate, worm double the - .,
1 amonnt tnauad. iTver.mi -9. 9fff aat-aa-"
premium Kotaay en Pattest l' t . rl .
"."''VTw), it; 4 - al
Real Estaie...;.a.i.;..l..-1 m'm Uf-.4 .-3Ut:f.i
LoanaBorlp..inaMfwli.jr( Slt-eVtao hwaesoi
oora 0 JfansmlMlon.,
. . I. .
1 , , ' A . TTWtt-
Total Atl.4 j.'.'r.i ,ti, m,u 43JBtaa
oT5IoUitafoBli)snrln.,,..ii6,4go638
1,431 new Pollds hare been Issued during Ui fear
After a careful calculation of the nretent nine of the
jntsttndlng Policies of th Company, and having the
tmtfry tmemni la taeuirt- uarot-, ta Street on
taTtdetlareda Vrrmenof 43 per eant. oa the Promt
m paid at the table rates, to all policies for life In force,
pantd prior to i annary I, I860, payable according to th
EssA-tnVee tsv-(totvay. - "
ilea fog all Mods of Lit Contlnrenete, Proepect
, it Man tola, and Ae pilot tiooe, wUV lomlaard
wrMonitH4a,t th oorastefeLJba jDej-,
s.r.t trrM BTlt,:ABTft01,P,rs1d
I yt'-n v.
Ow GROVaia, VttaMiuaaU, i i
Blot.
WaKkilMl.
jrr."n-Oolaaliaa, O,
tiiiA in "AH t rrtctritEn clack
AT, DEHES SILKS, of ver grade, Th most Mlect
aawLrtment .la el,aaa ( motraiunbl rates,
,l'ii JIwIjA l-ra. ',lf 80".l-
aprIlS,t .!'.. ft? !wAiWs3W
.
1
I
A
I
M
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Scroftila; or King'd Utril,
id AeonatitutioTiBl 'diaeaiie, a Cdrmptiori of the
blood, by "which thl fluid become titiated,
weak, rind poor. Being in the circulation, it
peirvddel tho whole- bodv' and may burst out
in disease on any part of it. No oran U free
from It attack, nor is there one which it mar
not destroy. The crofulou taint i variously
caused by rriercurinl disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy' food, Impure air, tilth
and filthy tmbits, tho depressing vice, and,
above all, ,by tho venereal infection. What
aVer.be its origin, it la hereditary in the con
stitution, descunding " from parents to children
Afttd the third ftijd fourth generation j " indeed,
rt'leejni tq V fici ipd pf Illin who says, "I
tvjll'j visit ,tlie niiuities of tlie iutber, upon
their children.',' . .
1 ' Iu eiTucts commence by deposition from the
blood. of corrupt or ulcerous mqtter,, which, in
tho lungs, liyr, and internal prrans, i termed
tubercle ; in ; the ghuuls, ewellinKi; and. pa
the Burtioe, eruptions or tore. lni foul oor
ruption, which gendors hi the blood, dvpreeMt
tit energies ef life, so that scrofulous nojistitu
tvon .fiot only. uifer front Mrofulou com?
plauiU, but Uiey hove for less powar to with
stand tlie . attack of otlter disc tod; conto
tjuently vast: numbtr. perish by disorder
,u;,iT Ti.mi1(Tii H " tlicir nature,
infill rendered faul by this taint in tlie
kyrtotm . Most of the consumption which do.
cbnatesthe hitman family ha it origin directly
(it this scrofulous oontamination ; and many
destruttivD disease of the livor, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause. ' ' 1
One-qunrtor of all our people are scrofulous
Itheir'persoiig firs' invaded by this lurking in
fuctioti, and their health is undermined by it
To cleanse it froih the system we must renovate
the bloOd bv on alterative medicine, and in
vigorate : it by healthy food and : exercise.
Such a medicine we supply In
Coranonnd Extract of Sarsaparilla,
th most .effectual romedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise , for this every,
where prevailing and futal malady. , Jt is com
bined from the most active remedial that have
been, discovered for the expurgation ot this foul
disorder from tbo blood, .sad the rescue of the
BVtteiB- ibout.it -destructive consequence.
Hence it hould be employed for the cure of
not only eatorula, but also those other alleo
tions which aria front it, aucha Enumva
and kix Diseases, 8t Akthont' Firb,
Rosb,-' of aTaiPBtuta, : Piviplbs, tPtsrrutrs,
Blotchi:, Dlatn and Boils, Tumors, Totter
and Salt ItHmni, Sco.D Hbad, ItiKOwonn,
UHKuwAviaAi, Sti-hplitio andMmicimiAiDiA
kasbs, DitosV DvsrBTstADaiiiLiTT and.
indeed, nix COMPtAtHta Aaistuo wow VrriA
tbd oA IiffunB Bi.ooi. " ilio popular belief
in " mnkritv of tht Hood " i founded in trath,
for acrofula Is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsopa
rilla is to nurifv and resreneratn this vital fluid.
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions .
, AYEE'S
Ague Cure,
..r-iv. yOR THC SPECDT CDRE OV :
IatermitUnt Fewer, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fewer, CJatll Fewer, Dumb
A true, Periodical Headache, or BUIoai
Ilaadache, and Ulllou Fewera, Indeed
far tlie whole elaes of dlaaaaea eriglnnt
lug la biliary derangement, eanstd by
tlie juaiavrta or Jnmtatatm voouums, . ,
i ' We are rmibled here to offer the comniuruty a
remedy which, while it cures the stave cojnplauit
with ccruinty, is sUU perfectly hanules ut any
quantity. .Such a remedy la invaluable in districts
where 1 these- aftlictinp disorder" prevail. This
"Cnan" Mpels the miesmatio poison ePFEVRR
Alirt Aot'S from the! system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken: on tlie first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
tlie best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, hut also the cheapest.'! Th larg
quantity wo supply for a dollar brings it within th
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fever axt Aoob prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cute and protec
tion. A K"t superiority of thie-temedy 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 quiuism or
other injurious elfect whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
lever and Ague is not alone tho consequence of
the niiosmatio poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, nmotip; which are
yeurahin, llhrtimnthm. Omit, llmtiachr,'Blih(l
neli, IWWA, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma', Pal
pitation, Painful Affection of tit Upleen, lliftttr
ict. Pain in the Uo'welt, Volte, Parolisit nnd Ver
rangcmritt of the Xtouiaci, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
type, of become periodical. . This V Core " cupels
the poisort from th blood, and consequently cure
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants: and persons, travelling-or temporarily
.residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally' or doily while cxpod to -the infeaiiou,
that twll Jmeaoswted from the eyxtam, and cannot
accumulate ia surfieient quantity a-j)ii into dis
ease. , il trice Jt.ii even mora valuable Rit protec
tion than, cure, and few will ever suffer from Intci
mittent if they avail lhemsjvefj tlie protection
thiwmdy aiford."
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. AVTEB St. CO.', Lowell, taasV
" " R0BERT8 It SAMUEL, Oolnmliaa,,
And fcv Drantsta and Dealer rrerywhere. . ; . ..
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to ANuiKon ,aa
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The Montreal Ooaaa Steamship Company's Srst-clast
fall-powered Clyde-built Bteamers tail every Hat
nreiar from PORTLANDi carrying (he Canadian and
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NORTH ImiRIOANi
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?ii BatMot Pasae to Europe, ",
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Will sail from LIVERPOOL every itednead&f,
and from QUEBEC ever Naturdny , ealliag at
LONDONDERRY, to reoeivt on board and band mails aad
Pasaengers. to and Croat I re Mod ana BeeaJanaVT...
' lO0 Btaamera are built of Iron. In water-tight
eompartmtnia, tarry faoh an experienced Burgeon, and
very aueouoa at paid to tne comrort ana aocommeear
tloa ef paatanera. -Aa they prooeed direct to LONDON
DBRY, the gitat risk an delay of calling at St. John's
la avoided. -
Glasgow passenger ar fnmlehed with ran paaaage
tickets to and from Londonderry. . . tv
Reinrn Uokei granted at reduced rate. r ,
1 Certificates Issued for carrying to and bringing ont pas
ten gars from all th principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland', at reduced- rates, by this line of steamers, and
b'
y th WASHINGTON LIN a Ut BAIiaN PACKKT8
leaving Liverpool rrery week,
Slsht Drafta for XI and apwardspay
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J. R. ARMSTRONG, ,
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iHAVK Tills DAF ADinriTEBIfT
bob J A11B8 ADO & BjAIS as partnM. In say boat-
Beat, which will hot after be eeuduoted ander ah. San
ft Bain it aeai -,..- P.JJAaJI, WauU
wiumOttat axibua.-j wiiit.'ra v.te!
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t tat of Vhalon's Establishment. S. t.,) Pdprlator
. the New fork fashionable Bhavin. Hair Cuttlnr
Shaaipoonlng, Curling and Dreaalng daloos, Eutgiat
jtreet, ' ever th Poet Offloe, where aetltfactloa will
be glvea ta BIT the varloat branches. Ladle and
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AVH STPBINO STOCK IE CNTJSUAsV
J ly larre and well aeeorted. Th very latest, patterns
from AMERICAN, EKQUnUand PREN'OU laofories.
GOtD PAPERS AND ORDERS.
Gold and Yelvet Borders,. ',.
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SPLENDll) - - DECORATIONS
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FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
i . jGold and ' Painted Shades, '
WINDOW CORNICES
BUFF, BLUE,
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green Hollands;
, WDroOWFOTUBES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
1 ' - ' BEAUTIFUL PICTURE? 'J-
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BF. f. Landlords and penon wiihlpg quantities
fap'efwIU make money by buying of as.' Country
Mercnants and persons from abroad wtty'dft well to call
and tea na.
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CENTRAL OHIO AND
CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
RAILROADS COMBINED!
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BALTIMORE' & OHIO,
AND AT PITTBBURQII WITH THE
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL'
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vtit . J... . FORMING THE , ' 1';
Shortest, Quickest & Most.Iteliable
I - Route to all Eastern Cities I
.Trains' Leave Columbus ai followa i
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Leaves CCIumha 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
aoiiair er ttteubenvniel arrives at Uellalra, tu.iw A.
M.,- Bteubenvllle, la.SOP. U. ; Pltlsburgb, 3 40 P. M. ;
starrlsburg, 1.10 A. M.: via AUentovm, arrive at New
fork 8.00 A. at.; eta Philadelphia, srrlve at Phila
delphia, 5.10 A. M.f Hew fork. 10.30 A. at. Oonneeta
alao at liarriaburg for Baltimore, arrlrlng at 7.45 A. W.
Sleeping Can attached to this Train
Iroln Columbus, run directly through to Bellalre or
Pittsburgh wiihout ehangei and Pastngr via Allen
town arrive in Mew Vork aid A- il,, j :- ; k- .1
1HTTW0 HOURS IN ADVANCE OP NORTHERN
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Steubenville: arrives at Newark, 13 50 P. M.; Coshoc
ton, 8.15 P. M.t Bteubenvllle, 8 P. M.; Pittsburg, 8.40
r, sa. jiriiii is tne only rout by wnich rasaengers
oan leave Cincinnati at 7 A. M., go through to PiltCi
burgh In daylight, without change af carsar delay.
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Leavea Oolanbu S.15 P. from Union Depot, via!
BelUIrs: arrivea at Newark, 3.53 11.1 Zanetvllle,
4 33 P. H ; Bellalre 7 .55 P. M.i Pltttburghril.SS P.
M.J Harrlsborg, 0.00 A. M.; via AUentovm, arrive
t New York, 4 P, M.; eta Philadelphia, arrtree
Pblladelohla, 1.10 p, . New fork, S P. M, Ihl
Train also connects at, llarrlsburg fer Baltimore, ar
riving ati p. M.rr -" " - . '
Thai Train ram throtfh to Bellalre or Pltttbnrf with-'
Ont ehange of Cars; and from Pittsburg there II a
change of Oar to Philadelphia, or via AUentowa to
NetTfork-thu. offering.,, ,.. , , .. f y.
Tba eolw Route front Colombui to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only ".
one ebaogo-ef Cwre.
' By thl Train Ptsengeir,'arrlv"ta Vew'toikaT
hoar In adraae of the Northern line. 1 1 ...-V-1 , . -Thla
Trala alao ooanect a Bellalre wlfk OiBaltaar
and Ohio B. ; t , J; y flJ)t?!3Wt59a .
t7Tbla Rout it 30 mile shorter i Plitaourg,
! -n; and 'mora than 100 mllo borter' to -
I - - New York, than Northarn l.ln.'
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: Pari Kid niorea saarr nake. - .-'. .. -v
! - tJotdea Uill Shirt, various atlta,;.io J f't .l.a
i Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, Various ttvla.
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[From the St. Louis Republican, July 24.]
The War in Northern Missouri—Particulars
of the Banging of Sharp
and Jaegar, and the Shooting of
Seven Men by the Federal Forces,
Supposed to be Implicated in the
Affair.
of
From MODI direetlv from thai iimna 'nf ihm
late tronbles along; the North Mlaaonrl Road,
we jearn toe lonowmg partionlars 10 regard to
them. Trie account of tba hanging of Benjamin
Sharp ind Lient. .Jaeger, near Martinsborg,
published in Tuesday morning's paper, la cpr
teot. ' When h abort distance from Marlliwbnrg,
and riding by aome bashes in a boggy; Mr.
Sharp driving, they were suddenly fired noon
A L.,1 . 3 1 . . . . . ..
aim uuvu wuuuuea. Aiieut, jaeger leu to tne
eroond, and tba- horse, frightened b tho dis
charge of firearms, ran to Martlnabnrcr with Mr. !
Sharp. The latter waa abot in the rlcht slde.1
me uau emeriDK just aoore tne did ana nass na
tbrongh hla boay. 'Aa the frightened animal
was dasmng past the store or Coyle & Co., the
bnggy struck a post and was demolished, throw
ing Mr. Sharp to the ground II wa token'
into uir. ume' store, and bis wounds were
being dressed, when a company of thirty-two
mounted men arrived in pursuit, bringing Lieut,
Jaeger, i Tbey Immediately seized Sharp,
and, although both ,he and his companion
begged for life, as they were l-eady mortally
wounded, took tbem a short distance from town,
and huog tbem In the bushes ;" '. , -
i 1 nis Happened on Friday. On Sunday morn
ing, a body oi Col. Smith'! Zuuaves went to
Danvill and arrested four oitlzena who were
understood to have been ooneeraed in th trans
action Taking them to the ontekirte of the
town, they made them gel , down npon their
knees, and shot them while in that position
Tkalr bodies were then carried back to their
families by their neighbor, aome of whom bad
neen Drougnt along tor (bat purpose. . .The
names of tba men ebot were Granville Nunley,
Robert Terrll. a lawyer aud Ibrmerly editor of
the Danville HtraU, end a man named Haghea
and his son. Nunley waa not immediately kill
ed, but received a ball through his right breast,
from which be died soon aftr belnp- taken home.
The others fell dead, receiving each several
balls in the body. The same day two men were
BDotnetriuezicennaer toe following circum
stances: Capt. Smith, commandioe a company
of cavalry, learned that half a doxen of the
men implicated in the hanging of Sharp and
Jaeger were In a honee about three miles from
town.' 'They Immediately started to capture
tbem , and while approaching the house a woman
aUndiog at the gate gave tba alarm to the Stat
men,, who were inside eating their dinner.
;Thy immediately mounted their horses and t
eenpteS to escape, when the cavalry panned
and fired upon them, killing two, on of whom
was Capt. Moultrie, of a State company from
Mexico. The rest escaped. The soldiers state
publicly along the road that they have received
orders from tbelr commanders not to take anv
prisoners, but leave those whom they suspect
ueau on me spot wnere tney Bnd tbem.
un aunaay a regiment, under Col. Hecker,
left St. Charles for Mexico, the train which
carried tbem being ordered to return-immediate
it
ly . i Monday not soma back, and a special
train, carrying 500 men of the Fifteenth Reel
ment, coder Lieut. -Col Ellis, and fifty cavalry,
was aent ont on the road to find the oanae of the
detention, and afford assistance If necessary.
Sixteen car were occupied by the troops, and it
waa lnienuea to nit -tne cavalry as ikirmishers
to clear the bieb oar tht route. If the enem
should fir upas the train. About ten o'clock
at night, aowever, the missing train arrived and
reported tbevoad aiwbtjwaoted, and the safe ar
rival of the troops at Mexico. ' -i-'.-v ;
1 The following loroea are now stationed along
the line of the North Missouri Road t
'. At. St. Charles, 1,600 men, under command
ot Brigadler-Ueneral Pope. A body of 300 cay
airy are attached to the force. - -
At Pernke Bridge there Is one' company' of
toi. Boernsieiu Regiment.
At Warrington, the Seventeenth Illinois Regi
ment, under the command of Col. Rosa.
At Montgomery, several companies Ot Colonel
omiin- negiment miseonrt volunteers. ' -,
i 'At Mexico, part ef twe- Illinois Regiments,
under Cola Grant and Heeker.-' "
: At Hudson, three Illinois 'Regiments - com
manded by Brigadier-General Hnribut, " "
t At Barrack Creek, tteaempAnre Col. Smith's
Regiment.-' ."'' ;.!? '( '-' ' "i
j -At Rtnnick Station, fouVjbnptQles Colonel
Palmer's Illinois regiment, and al Sturgeon the
balance of his and threw companies Col. Heck
ar'a regiment. " One hundred mea'oP Col. fleck
er' force are also stationed at Central!,. , ..
It was repotted and generally believed alone
h Wad' that Harris; with, five" Hundred men,
had crossed the river on a wood boat-,, between
Glasgow and Brunswick,- and goo id the south
west to Join Jackson -' - 8 , - '
r.i el ' ?!' i.ri.
The Seizures by the United States
Blockading Fleet.
is A list ef the vessels reported
aa seizea oy tne vessels comDrislor to U.
blockading fleet. Some of them were captured
for attempting to break through the blockade,
and otbra (the latter seizor) for being owned
in iutewaea.DiAt: fui-oc.'j ,m J -1
a- lAwa..- fi: r .wntaarioai. warns books.
flen. Miramon.. . .. v.Bavan wIw Orltant.
-shipt. ' . . -- -
aelia..'.i. A... .Llverseot... . .i.I-.,Tntii,t
North OaraUoa., x-Uarra.. ...i..ji.. Savannah.
"82rAf"-' su ;ri,nv-" ?-m'5 1' !--s-a
Sally aiaghee. ., . , v.Rlo Jaotrio- ........ Richmond
Geo Oreen t.Sagua .'...Baltimore.
B. M. 8peartna..Rlo Janeiro., ;.. j('..NewOrlean.'
Ulawatna imnl leamanal.a.U,.L.li:irlub,
Winifred. r-..,.....PerDamaaco....... Richmond.,'
Pioneer...., ., .Llrernool. ...... ....Rihmnn,!. 1
OctavW. -i . ...Richmond..'. .... "
Iop....-. Roatan Ialaads...,.New Orleans.
en ua t nr. B ualaa Islands.,-, ...New Or leas
Hallie Jackson.
Matanaaa.,
Bavannah.
SolferlBOi .-
Rio Janeiro ....
.Charleston
Amy Warwick..,
KM Janeiro..,.
..Hampton Eds.
a. Bctisoa. .......
Orleans.
AuknoaLera.
Union
.Tampico ; .".New ' Otleant.
(Wrecking veasel, of Hobile.) J
.Charleaton.k......Akmr AvLaana.
A id...
Wary Clinton,,....
forest Ring..... .... Rao Janeiro. ........New Or leant.
Duena vitia... ...... .
BartDn.h . (Charleston Privateer.)' - ' a- v
Lynchburg Rio Janeiro. v.w,,.Riohmend. 7
uraasnaw i, t ,,,. , , . -
Hannaaaf Johnaojt.New Orlaana... ... Nsw fork.
oauy CAn....,..B4. AWmlJga. v . . . i, , -Troplo
WlndX.:.;.. . 0-dUwv
Hrlllante (Uulean)..aaupli.i.in.'...New Orleans.
tanny..
Three Brother,
srthr!..0';ijr,,;','TTt
;n:;.:xlMatan:?...v;riji
.wwili, hi.km'AAAw.w 1 1
Olive tnooa.
Coasters.
Blloxi
Velatco
riSftwtork.
llaxall 4a..mm.1.'.
Dart!." Tr' f rz.Dmu e.-e v,
Shark VNaw Orleana n.l..a'
falcon.... 1. ;
'.alaed,.:.s ni ii ,i- tevati. V. Ji,
hMakinir 38 Teasels, asatnat 47 oriatnallv
a. t a a. . a f m . ... "
eixea oy tne iiuuieaeraiee, as toilows:
St Ued by UtSLfarotttt AieedbyihtiJtnftderatee
H . m. . . m. a
Ship,.... ....i.. S Bhlpa i.ii...r..,..15
raraa',...i....A..i, t "Bark v..., S
Brigs,. ..:.. ...a., t rArtgtAw.oe.4tM. .1S
im.j cn rv.iiTTj ' b,i ev
118 RauMMtn-l 8
IaMd......;.'::-.'.1.::. 9 Iteieased....'. 8
.l,.:i ., ,citrvt..AJ
ii: .ta .- Av . ,-.3Sm r; .. S l"!. :7
ThftDrlzei of the ' Cnnfedp! -wW nore
ihan half In ballast, while nearly ' all those of
tne v. B. ioroev were loaded eoue with vary
Valuable eargeaevrr-r J tv .tvctuj .
I The Priie Court idjndleatlng npon the U.
8. prlzea, and it it probable, tbaA aeveral mor
U
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'KaBuril
Rapoblicaa
urlinrton Vt.) Tium a vrv trong
ipoblicaa paper, oalls ttranaeaaly fo th-r-
Siovl of Mr. Cameron from th Cabinet, In
taeeqaenc of the late startling, developments
4f peculation in bia department, and tbe ,IfiJt
ef oonndeioe ia bia obmoIIv aad intrJiritiu, j.
?.o
.X9jielbJiAt
Blockading Fleet. The Bull's Run Fight.
with the grtai mas ef the troops wr aroused J
n x u uhau on ounaay morning, and barieg
made a luocb upon .th remain of old cooked
ration anlJiard bread, took tba field oebot
half filled, atomacha, and going without a break
fast, engaged In the battle la the forenoon. , It
is not surprising nen .oould not tight all day
W bear that Harriaoa Q. filtke, M. C. from
Medina, had a , narrow eeoape on the field el
battle. Senator Chandler, Senator Wade, Mr.
make. Mayor Eaton, of Detroit, and others,
, foot, wban a hU borai very near
S?m' ,!1D wo- aoldlera. '.. Immediately a
Minia UlL came whlihing along, and -graaina
fa prodnoing seriou wonnd.
r iV Vb,Bk 'Pe Adatn' of a German regimeal
told the truth when ha reported Aha "empty
stomach caused the dieter," to which can b
added a dispatch, which aava the "not
of members pf Congress and olvllian who ver
wa me oanie neia, in their flight added to the
confusion. "Cltvthmt Htrtli. u : oa ii!
'
[From the National Intelligencer.]
The Fortune of War.
Yesterday morn In the bed of Caarlea Me,
Cook brother of ol. McCook. of the Second
Ohio Regiment waa brouebt to the elty In a
utile wagon, driven by the venerable Jndge,
the father ef the you ok man, and escorted b a
(quad ef bia regiment.' Jadg MoCook has alx
on in the army, and tbla waa the vouDgeit a
youth of about eighteen years. The carriage
orovw up to toe aoor oc aaz mouook'a rani
deuce, on the avenue near. Seventh street, and
wa immediately inrrounded by a crowd el
peraona, whoae sympathiea1 were exalted bv the
atstress exnimteo or tne ramliv, - iu a
i a 1 i-t'l -i
The Fortune of War. Murder of a Whole Family at Maysville,
Kentucky.
Tuesday evening, between the hour of twelve
ana one o'clock, tne most fiendiib morder It b
been oqr duty' to record, for a long, time took
piace at msysnue, nentncky.. An old gentle
man by tbe name of Cobb was known to be In
possession of abont $200 by a brace of villains
by the names of Collins and Moore, and in order
to get it they made an attack oo the old gentle
man, me wne, ana two Bondages, tuteen and
eighteen years..' 4 ' ' ',' '. ' . .
' I be old gentleman and the two sons were
killed on the spot, but the old lady was lingering
yesterday ' morning, and faint hopes were enter
tained of her recovery. Sbe gave the Informa
tion who the murderers were.. A larr hodt
of thVinbabltants turned ont in hot pursuit, but,
np to tne time our informant left, tbey were yet
uBiatyiureu. viq. cnguirer,
Squelching Obnoxious Judges.
It Is an old trick, when it la desired to get rid
oi a Juige who baa given offense to tha' paweri
that be, to abolish his Court- This, ha bean
tried on successfully in the House of Represent
atives oy mr. uiair, a Dill introduced, by bim
sad passed, aa we suppose, la three readines.
ode directly after the other on the same day.
octroys tne two United States Jodieial Puv
trlcts La MisBOuI and erects one on their rniu
A judge who displeases Mr. Blair,. ,1s, thus de
posed of his office. That object la accomplish
ed, If nothing else. The same destructive pro
cess win aoouan tne present judge of tba on
prune Court of the United State. . An act will
be passed "reorganizing" that .Court. .. Under
that act, Judges will be appointed who agree
wun tne executive power and tbe party be rep
rsaents. St. Loui Rtpublkan. I , .
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RICH XXSTIOXD
the Hew York Observer. 1 1
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Vachlne are ob
liged lo pay air. Howe a license on each machine said,
and ar a so compelled to make returns to him, andet
oath, as to the number sold, his books give a correct state
ment, from thl reliable source we have obtained tht
following statistics. Of the machine made in th year
lew, mere were tola.
' : - By Wheeler Ac Wilson.;.. .....rtLSfa . c
t " I. At. Singer As Oo 10.85J
, drover Ac Baker .....10, 1
Bhowlnc the sale of Wheeler i Wilton to be dovUt
those of any other Company." ';- -
Awarded the highest preuuumaat the
United States fain of IBftS.'lBt and 1SC0;
a .... alao at the , -
' ''' Ohio State fairs of 1859 and 1880;
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toot ttich machine now sold, aod but a trifle higher than
th Interior StM thread chain McA mqaet-itay aov
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Is iun oa Both Bines ot th loods. leaving ito ridge or
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-ieo3-8awd3mwm Pike's Opera Heat. Clnolnsatl,
Margaret D. Phillips' Estate.
NTOTICE IS HEBEBT GIVEN THAI
L 1 the aadsraignod ha beea daly appolotad by the
Probata Court of franklin county, Ohio, Adminlatratrli
or tne estat 01 Margaret v. rntiups, late ot said county
deceased.. I -,-., 3 ,.- 1
Dated Jen 5, lBCI. HART MATHER.
BAGLEVBIIASSWQRKS,
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