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TIEMU INVARIABLY IX ADVAHOa:
dijrlTO ,in jr per y ear,
IJ MI VAJT1ST, par INI, IMft MBUH
weuy, soi
1(1 v-.V
mm of Advertising br the Bqueure
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OnsrcosreJ weeks.. 4 Ot
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One.. 3 jrt.l 1 0
One " U month If Of
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. ' K arte red an ftie iniida txolosively after the Bret week
oaf afc. more than cha atafre HwA rtl
uiiiVTiHhe 'ri-Weekly withoatebarga. j .
" Botrtiess Cards, not exceeding Bra lists, .nti ykar, In
lllaftiHawUatjionuidatJ.r .. i.. -t-.. !
Notice, of metllngi.nliarilthlMaaUMaiittrfcooBipaalat)
c.half price. . - .i
JJltranatttt oxtawweeaiarits' wtatvA fait fan (n
p - rserula will not banrlaafrtn. ... . -
Watkly, a prtoa a tba Bally, wbor ttiVaJTOrtliar
oath Wocklyalona.v. WiMra 'ha Sail aaAWaakl
ickly alon
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trd both uaed, then the obarga iwtba Waekly wIlLba
Balf the ntaaof Uta I
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N aJTtnrtlnuMnl tUaa aaoapt'loft &UW perfodr
BUSINESS CARDS.1
Attorney txt Tjaxxw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oltk-aj-Amboa Building, oppoalu Otpltol Iqiata. '
' " OOLUMBUB, OHIO
Attorney & CouDsellor at; Law,
MAHI0N,0HI0.
- OOIjXJ3VI33XJS
Machine Mannfattnring Companj
,. , ...,,T v HAWfAOTUMM 01. tvtli 'T
STfiAM EN6INES-& BOILERS,
Cutlcgi, lim-tHariiig, Maht.rw.
Railroad. , .jViZorlx.
or mn DisoaimoR.
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1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed.
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND,1 COLUMBUS, k CINCIN'I
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. RAILROAD.
OonnacHng at OrtftUna'wltli tLi PITTSBDBaH, VI
WATHB fa CtllOAOO KAILKOAD
For ntitturght J'kUcuUlpUa and alUmer. Mt9
' A J U fnr'Tnrt WaviuanA CM Anno' "
Ooanecttof aLCleTttaol wltb,tkIAX BH0B1 BAIL-
1" ' 'B0AD ' 'l
ror Dunkirk, Baffal. Albanr, Baa-
,U:iJltnaaUIt.HeMr.Y-rk. .' -
. . -iTpEEjptAXNS DAILY,' i
XX0XFI B0NDAT,
front Xk Umbo, ia aoaaaatloa wllht aiaroft (b(
LIT TtE - FI I M r "ABi D " COLTJ MBBa
AND XEM1A RAILROADS.
i .--MtXAI,, .YT,a
SlMl TCP1iH!r-Ltavet Oolaa.ba(at3.40A;Ui
wllr fcJrr"pMber at all iUtiooa aauth of GaUon,
top at Dalavaroi Aibley, CardlDftoa and Ollaad, and
at. alttUUaaa -twrth f OaHtni, arrlTlcg at Oleralud
at 9:00 A. MTBnlrtT SMW P. H., BaffalO 4:85 P. M.
Albany .SO A.M., Kaw York 8:39 A. sU Bpaten S:0
P. M.' Pittfcorth Tbt Oreatllna 3:20 P. M , Phllid.l
phla$:10 A.M..ObloagaTia Oreatllna at 7lP-i. if
' "". 8R00ND TBAIH. ' l' ' '
JilrT'TORK IIPBB48 Lawaa Colambua at 11:10
a. a. win ttop atLewii uentra, itor wnita ouipnar
,Bpringi), Delaware, Oardlngtoo, Gallon, Oreatllna, Bbal
bf. Haw Condon, Wolllnttoa and Oreton, antra
Oleraland at 3:35 D. m.i Dankirk. 8:50 p. fn.i Baf-
fo, 10.S5 p. m.i Albany, 8:t5 a. m.1 Haw Yoik, 1:45
p. a.; Boelon, 4:40p.m. Tbli Train Oonnacta at Bb.H
by for Bandntky, and at Qiaftoa for Toledo, arriving
Totede) at 8:40 p m.
- . '.' THIRD" MAIlf.V!' ''
Vtll AND ACOOXlIOlUTlOirLearea Oolnmbaa
atl.SO p. m. Will atop at all tlatloni Booth
Shelby, and at Mew Xondotw WelUnnton, 4refton,
and Barea; arrlvlnx at Oleraland at 8:30 p. BM Daa
klrk,8:0a. Buffalo, a. m.: Albany,8:ilOp.ai.(
New York, 7.-30 p. m.i Boelon, 11:15 p. m.i Plttabartb,
to Oreatllna. at 11:55 A. m.: lUlladeluhU. 1:00 . at..
Oblbago, Wa Ortttllnt, 6:4i a. at. j Shi Irala, aennauta
. at khalby for Banduaky and Toledo, arrlrlof at Toledo
ato:so p. m.(t fc. .., t'6 .rr. ;-,.;
Patent Sleeping' Caji Rro'rini1Jon
,: 'Hignt Tialni to CUoago, Ktrw -';;
. ;York utt Boiton. J$,
Batgag -CbdM ThroMlk a Mm 1 Tor atid Bottom
via vtttmaiKtf alto, tor AUatetpMaan" '
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Night IiprMaarrfTeeatOolnaibuat,..ll.-lJP. M.
'Olnclnnatl Kznrenarrlrea at Coluubuf at 10:50 Av.at
AcicommodaUoa Xzpnavarrlraaat -Oalomboa at 7:10
gailhiTa.4 low ita by Anyatfcat feaiita
Aik ftr TfcJttU via. CretlUM r Cieiodani.
, 'i.,.v ,rw .1 m i ' ii wp'W'. v.-a iff
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.r-,T- v. Japarbtaodana, Glaralaad, Ohio.
JAHES PAITIB80W, Agrat,
OAlpatbsa, X)hlo.
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iaa nr. en orkeh an black
nr. en gbeej ana.
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1 SO peeketnald Putoh Ctorarnnieat JaraCoflW.
tWbkla. etodardVYbtta8uirri eonalttthg ofPew.
, .-j dred,0haaed,raaaUtadAMdBCoirt-r3:
SObbli. Men and Bo. 1 UnakerelA V ' f -X
A toe. Pick Salmon. .-: ' V.-J C2
t hit Um. favav RAialna. . .
BObl. boada , da M'l'jrVt-.I .'-vi W
lOOor.boa do .da,. ( .. ., .. -.riiwU I
. 100MOIaan4lffereaibraoad.an gradei .
r.l a C a L I la lalal X :
And Blamk.Eook llanalViitTjjer,
VOBTH BJ0H IT1E2T. (I,THlBT;i,.fJfllO
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aprSJ tfaTIBlgatrea.,
i I inxiiaaaaii lawmai.
X-JUKI? J .toMia
t:trjjYtt mas ItRIXT.
HaWTtt'il IfealVedf a nW'mrta of 'jmo wlaii
flnah4U a masner bi aupaxbi ta any ;t iMcvduoed
ataA 1M- piM TVX wf'lWf U(
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T&f ! Ite$frf ?5l0' IairgeoHTMr at;
, evesaaraa aat asas jt ii wi mi jr vase,
'rf'";:?,'1".;?:,''.' t;',!y ! I
"Haia ra imwaidaaf a Haaaiart TkaaaMi Wrxto. I
WDOM DMIlUfarUHU
Ma r&oltlfarUiaa taaactaigt acd otttaa, aorathet
alUi tbaiiaomst
at
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7w PUUm$ of m UmdWtyiM!6& &e
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a WllJflpiea. tnembaiiof tpaTJfiBWaaaonlW
ZTZEX&S'S 2L5ft bJ3bllk
MftflvL MnAtnitimr1 1ft that mnaf ru.Tahltt I'anilmrfA Uu
aarlty o( tba ln(luh lanfug, It 1 now wnttfn as
pokan. r.. v , ":
ImKirrr, Bopariirtaiidant CiaaaUla lohocto.
-u wnww. UAivrr, Bnp't Haaalloa Union BchooU, ,,
rwi vmnu. BopHTnblla SckMla, Mt. UbWo.
J9ajt Opmifrioclp4Sla'af'orl ckovt, UhuaV
'ta. "v i.M.-vpwj.-. .
cnot Mamr. Irlneltnl Fonrtti'Iitemaaiata BdMl.
w''wiiaii ..v.i '. '.) 'i' - .1 ... -
Xdwm JiaaaL, P rlaoipal KoKtaly , Koirnal Bohool
, ii X. Tavraa, Prof. liaUitaMtlca, 0 y Cnlraril
CoiYttrittT
A. 0. 8oui,Vrlnclp Waat UWl Boaool, Clara-
B. A. Kori'ok, AjaooUtaifilBolpU tlahikbool, Clarf
Ihxodori Bttcum, trhiolpat Blab lehool, 01m
hunt. . :.'. -Si . i -
a. V. Rrrlmu.j HMntllmlu, Taatltaita.
J. A. aaariaus Fnetdaat at Elaotla IoeUtata, St
rain. J ,. : : . -I i - , :-, .:..(.'
W. 1. Baunurrob ol Oaemletry, 0br Waflaraa
Dataawalt . . ... " 1 '
B. B. mam, Ix-0nalaitmerof Ootnaon Behtolf,
unio. i -i . . -- - - -
Jixai Mono, Prof. Bhetorlo, Obetlln 0ollfi
THoa.Hlu.VrMlilMt Antlanh Oollan,
0. W. H. OaTaoAkT, Prof.' MattMmkHce, Slgb
lehool, Dayton. . ; .;.., - '
a. o. caoaaAoaa, Prof. MDgntta. bib bcbooi.
B. at Bauxb. BaotCnloa Bohoou, Artikna.' " -
jafora Mem A BmOrti othtr fruldmtt of boTU-1
Mi, Proflwort, AtUJiort and Z'WMnpoMMd Aaatoa-
v"1. uoimr, eup't pubuo Bcnooia, aaoanuj i;( , ;
TJV''Jf..ylA
V7 r r.fPi.'T?. iTTT"
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.-
MxIiitta OoLuoa. 'tt la trnlr a Buumtfleant work.
an honor to tba Minor, tea- cobUaktre, tad tot whole
Oaia Waawraji Tjarnaarrt Itajaaada amy arpacta-
noaa. ' It will ba a anida in ortbotTapny and pronun-
elatloa, and jrlll often ba eoaanltad by roe for 1U
and aecarata deflalHon.rPraetiaait-iaoanpaon.
W. R. IcLirrnn Ooiitaa. "Heretofore wa hare
Webattr't orttagTaphy.i At a aaoant Bteeting of onr
Faenlty, It waa daeldad' to change it to conform to that
of Worceeter'a Royal Qaarta ploUonary." Preeldent
earnald.
Wtvnaua Raaaara ". OoUaaa. T find It worthy of
ooidial approbation JWreeMent Httcbooca. i.
Oasaxai Oouaan. "It mora tbaa ataatt my axpeohv
Bona. I laooaaaMBd It aa tba aUadard authority In
orUMapy aa. aiy aUUdwa and nr anpUa." Pwatdant
atanaa. - ,.,
Amoca 0ouasiMI ad out and aba to asa la teach-
in g, writing and rpaaMsf , the orthography and paoaoa
alatioaat WonaatM'a Royai.qurto ytouoaary.r
Pnaldent Bill.
It all aw wrhtnf. tpaklnit,'nil teaching, I hart aa-
daarorad to .aoaform to tba rotaa for orthography and
nMn.JdlM..MnfcilMj I WflfMttii Hlfltianarv.9
-Horaca kUsn. lata Prertdent. '
Imin final aaa Oimrr-"I araal cordially rtoonv-
BMMt It aa tha naat rallabla atandard aatborlt of tot
nglleh kugaaira aa tt la now written ana tpoirn.
rreaUaatAgdrawa." J
8choo1c6Mmissioners OF OHIO.
at
at
oi
from S. 4xo -SmyA, OtmmitHtmtr f Ommio
dtvioow fx imii
"Tha DicUoaary la an hnpartahabla aionament to tba
learning and Indaairy of Ita aatbor, and an honor to the
werid-ef leetati .- -Tbw aweaaiiirai aaaownon n rar rap
riorto that si any athea Lealaaa with which I aa ac
quainted.1 ,. ,i.J-iJw. t v .U
from' Eon. B. B. Sanuy. Xa-OmmUtioiur of
. i .'' jMotxa da uia. '
Tba aoet aallabla ataedard' aathorlty of tha Jan
gaaga.7 . uui;ti
. . WHAT Ta .
JjeaMlinftewaTpaper) of Ohio Bay
ha orthotrrath et tha Woroeater Dictionary la
dmA h mamL If not all. aathora af dletinotton In tbli
country and Rngand, and eon ferae at tha general niaga
of ordinary wrltara and epaajtere. . . si
Wbatorar prejadioet nay bay axlatal pretlaatly, a
careful itndy of thU rolnme will Inrarlably ba followed
h. a wins annreclatlon of ltl rrekt aerlta. and a dealra
add It to the well Minted library, ba It large or amaU,
It lea library in Iteelf. nd wui remain aa 4wperurav
bia iaaoraa ieanipfaiiiaooBpiwr , j jt t c.
Tfara ara-anwaada of a hnadred aVMamnaTWOrda good,
bad and Indifferent wboee aultltariooa aneaninga and
deritatfone', together with their correal tpelling and pro
nxnUUna. aa aakalaarBr before tha era. Tie Work -tt
anqnaetionably (he graateat Xheaanriuiit lagUahWardi
arerpabiunea. ,t .a 'slil ata.il " "
Iron OtCUotttrnd flvidal if Apt. VK
: Xrldently Woacarmra nor, vnai-ro pinnnn aa
ani onlv thi last, but tA aor tcort or M4 etna mr u-
ut,andcaa ii, bo MaUilUtiuDer by oognparlaonpr
MfllmMM..' ......
' ' " - ITrnm iU 7lllo Eladt of Alan 29.
Ai't!!'tioniiTioi.' Woaotana ta ma BrairnaaB
(ollewad by oar beat autbore; In definition! be learea
aathlng to be denied, and la (Mrraoaaanrf R M tufflrHnt
to aay that woaoarra aaa aa aaifiy lONowau.
' 1 b ilNGUAirX dk BBAOGV "
f Uaaarat Boalcwllera aV Stcttloaert,
R0. 101 BTJPKBIOR ST., CLITKLAND, OHIO.'
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'! THE" MUTUAL BENEFIT '
LIEE ; INSURANCFCOMPBI,
OW-ftll?lS.f -'eT- r
. n rnif-ii j 1 i.:i .ri-11. 1 "
n jit.
Ili tn
Dlvldosi Jamnarrwise Oetit,
A8B1T8.A.. .-U MMh 11050 50
atattetnent Javttary iv fWli'', '. .,
Balance, per itatement Jan. let, I860..... 80,40081
Baoelred lor rremiamt our- ' ..
tag tne year lwo.. .,.
uZZimA Lt rnbmat darlna - ',!'
the year iWN ia,i b'""'"1
'-'a-i- -A iC-' vfirtfl lV TT ArtT
l oni TvyciaiiriBi iur iuw"ajiiivvi - ...
fll.lM.k.naal. M7 flUl CM. ' m u y
A BUU y ieauiia vj awHi -
Paid Psltolaa eurien- ... m
dered ,..-,
Paid Balartea, Port- ... ,
aaa. xaxaa. ' ax- 1 "
cUre.eto. 81,080 54- -
Paid OommlirtoDS to .
'Anna.". ....... 51325 30
hu p,M.nrf Maa.'. S.BeO 75
rtC.iaS.'ll iJC-
tM Anaa lttaa.M.i . LSI? 08 .'r : ' .1 !.'. stf,
Paid PlrMendt dur-
lug the year ,....,168,500 75 565,001 63 "iU.WB
t
r Het
Jaanarylit. 1P61..
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ASSISTS.
lonaa and Mortgagee an Waal . voJi dl V tr:; J
iaaiaa lieUev Sat IUdaa 'Vi. iiillwilr
Uforoe,onlydraailngSper '
-.tt J lOTrt ni fa:
... . . . 1 : . L-.-W-. ' fin O... mt.'V''. "
ti..anAaHnI.lM..C.A'U, tA.tm tl1' '
- nn ;i,um iw
Total Aaaets4-..ri..v...vvS'.v,v.. BJBawjo
.i is .44 nue imut ouluao . . i '
TilTaSoUotetls foft,tjartBgy.r.v.J 94ge,i5fff
1,438 Wt Jfonaes Mrs peea wanea. aunng Uis yur
AflaaaiajfalaaateaeleB t aha piaaawl lalueuf
eautaitdlag Polktteaai.a Oeimaav, aad baring
naoMaorw. owtoami In reterra Iharafor, tba PlrteUii
kavaotlarM a DrVUD of 4 per cent, oa tha Preml
aaa aald aa aba tabia Saaas, be all aolktaae for Ufa at loroa.
leaned prior to Jwiur, I, l,avyeaeoj-iMr
prtwut ruia ot toa woBvpanyt t .jir--
, Raws lor all-kinds M Life CMUogvarS, Troenacb-
aeae, BattaaMots, and Appltoettoae, wilt Be rurui.ow
-n -
T'.li..Mi a.'alaMaA"t:ii.-t .
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MaiAantl "
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kftS, 86.'tviai.Jl h..-.
Aislnmlme. Or
iXItT' A!tfb 'iTIaitaSD .'ClACatln
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nun. p ' T - -I MwMnrt. . a na 1.1
Ual.itiu'.i d u.atw-eenabiesaiva.
--,..-. uj.h ii,-'-. r- a . avirf.
arue1aiw):ilw v.. . .
IwtVita-t-irswiBwr
HITI1fllTT.l iHll oCROTtJTO.PS OMFLIIHTS,
EtttPTldfri AB EnmrfB Diseases; VweKs,
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l motor ox twithy ypetl tafW in
exrl the foul luraora ttfUch
Mood at that aaaaoB, ofthyeor. .
aawnaeaaOari.wajewe
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mim
p.juWi
rr a-t t-iia .'noiff.Ti'l
arsamnita
1 nJ"ii t7:
A ompoa4 xraudvt
tlectu! AUm that cwna ISadt,- .It U
v conoentrrkd extract i: i.'ji Banopstrutai
oombinad -with : xrtbas . ubstiMC8t 'Of MUl
TMter altcntiT BO-rer-M toffor ani effbe.
Ut htidota lor th aikeiclSwupvrillt is
reputad to corai It i bUev that auch
letQedf'U- 'wanted1 by tboaa -ho ufll from
. . -..... .11.1 Ml
BtruaMua conrotauoi ana mat on uraun wui
iva oi immense
ifllicted fcllow-
iwvice to krgdmofounnict
ClflECIM. UOW 0Ofnt)iIf tftift ( Ottpouna W1U
40 hfti ben pfOTen T tiXpAiltirat bn tliflnt
rlMrLEoi ULUTL'HKBi XVHUlh kJ vnw
Bclti) HlAO,1 StrBttM 'AJDt'SYPiftim0
nmom, Mbbooeiax DiseaiJb. DaopgY,
ITtO AT-
TTeu-
0K St. AlfTHONt'i Fltt..IUitt laartK.'Uie jvlple
Maaa of orannlainta llAdiuilicwc! liuiimm
T?W 0 iJrTAl-1
Aftis.,compoun. wiu oww '--( wrr
tue pnug, to
tester in tin
13y the time
ly expuision of them many rankTingisorileri
ara nipped lit the tud ltltudcs cah.'lj
tho aid oi thir xpnway; ktrara tuemaeivea com
the endurance oF foul eruption, and ttlcerouj
gorw, hrflvh fliioh the ay atom will trivfto
iicfceU v -tlptiona, If not,Msiste4 fa do
tbia.throual the natural channel of the body
by an alterative medicine.. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through trie akin in pimp tea, eruptions,
or tore! cleana it when yom find it ia ob
structed and shiKKish in the veins cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. ven where no particular disorder
fa felt, peoplo enjoy better health, and live
longer, tor cleansing too mood. - jieep :tne
blood healthy, and all Is well i but with this
pabulum of life disordered.' there can, be no
lasting health; Sooner' or later something
must (to wrong, and the treat masninery oi
life is disordered or overthrown. '
Sartaonrilla has, and deserve much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the World has been egregioualy deceived by
preparation! , of it, partly because the drug
alone nas not all the virtue that ia ciaunea
for it, but . more) because many preparations,
Dretendimr to ba conoentrated extracts of it,
contain but Jiula qt the virtue of arsoparilla,
or any thing else. ...irr.'-'J ..a r:
Uurinii late vears the DUbiio Aave Dai nus
led bv larsa bottles, pretending to juvfr a quart
of Extract of SamoarUla for one dollar,;) -.Jit) a
of these have been frauds tipQnho-aick far
thev not only contain, littlelf any. SaraatM-
nlla, but .ot ten no corauve -propertiea wnatevv
er. , Hence, bitter and vainful diaappoinbnent
has follawed the vse of tha varioua extracts ot
sanaoanlla which aooa the nuu-Ket, tinni tne
uunet itself i Justly despised, and has become
synonymous ith unpoatuon and cheat, c-iatin
we call tlii compound Sarsaparilla, and Intend
to-aupply-wwh a Temedras shall rescne'the
name from, tba load of obloquy which -rests
m ffc L 'And. we think wo have ground for
evitts iahaa virtue which: are Irresistible
.by -the OTdinarwimBf tha diseases Itia intend-.
ed as eom ' in irfdrr to scuTf tneir complete
ertdieation'ftooi'tjie Bystptrt.the temedy thoulcl
be judiciou&iy. taken according to direcUone oa
the bottle.: bat- m
. -i ' iM. t,Ka. . PREPARED ITS ' -r ,u.
DIf r Jl C'.'AYpB e CO,:
1 "" L,OtYLT.-'MASS;".' T'"'".'-
VrUvi f letfBeltlei BU Dotilea; for a,,
has won for itaelf-snch Known for the tiuro of
every variety of Throat ard Long Compluint, that
It it entirely Unneceaaary for us to recount the
evidence, of ita virtues, wbcro It has been cm
plojrW. As tt has long been in eonataAt uta
throughout this section, wa need not do more than
assuro tne people ita quality u kept up to toa neat
it ever haa bean, and that it may be relied oa to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to doi
. r . ... (.... a. .1 . i'J
"s!Ay.fcV.:C4
". : ."Vr PORTteBOpaxo A ,i ,,..,,,&a
Cottivenest, Jaundice, Duspquia, ''IuUmMton,
Dysentery, Jbul RoniHofl, ' Erytipetaf, Headache,
Piles, meii)iatis), Eaij)ttaitand Skin Distant,
Liver. Complaint, Drcptt),t Tetter,: Tumort alki
Sail Rheum, Wormt, Gout, Neuralgia, a) 'a
ni . .. i . . 1. ... . .u.
five oaa takeahera pleasantly, and they ore the
best aperumt la tha voria sur au the
rmrpbses Of
family pnysiOi -, 1 ri ,k
'I. tf By i' n ..'-J
t rive boxes for'Sl'.Od.''
tttofrtH cents pBtox
Oie'at''numLe'rs0fCTer4vmen.Plivsiclans.SliUas
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify theenpaxalleladuaeful neas of theae
ramusa feat ear apace hera- wui not permit tne
lM.ril,MruMi, iiMhtitllltrn.m. A,r.:
tUK.wuai'vt wmu.' an. ikhi. m," ' ........ .
rilah gratta-bur AmbBicaw ALtJAtxcin tthjch thfry;
are given i with alio lull, descriptions of tne wwve
complainOy and the treatment that should, be folr
lowed for their cure. , j tt.i ;i 11-, ,t.
; . So not be put on by unpcinoipJeer dealers m-lth
other preparations they mirka -mora 'proflt on;
Demand Ayeh's, and take no others. 'The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
paveit,',; . . ; ,, ,sl,(,,.,.;
Au our remeaies'are tor sate ny
unniRTB at aAMnKL. aalnabaaai-
fnd by rrnrirlita and Daalars eTeryyhere a 4 t f
. aoTfl;ljil,iwt. -ntt t .
t UNITED STATES X All
, STEAMERS .
TO ANJO FQ1TI
1ONDONDERRY,"1 GLASGOW,
I.-,- ,i tJ. t : -i -'1 tuua 1
f.-T
' The Montreal Ooasa Bteaaafcht Ooapanyi
fnlaowiradClyda-bullt Btaamera sail
'a Aret-olaat
vry Bat.
araay fron portlajiv, oarrymg we w
vanadian
United B
tatea tbli and paesengera,
' UORWROTART, HORTH AMXRIOAIT,
-' BOHBMTAN. "
ANQLO-BAXOM,
urn snrfoif .
:
1AMmH. . NOVASOOTIAH.
aitieifU.a.tt .dteaTpeai and anickcet Cast
AEEB30A TO AU riSTt Ut mOPl.
f j
Rattoai Ot Faataaga to SuropV:
v..i . iv-eao, Oft BJSOL5-
Will eall fraea LTVIBPOOL AVer WfldneSdaV
aad from orTBBKQ avarV Batardav.aallina
LOrTDOrlSXRRr. ta receive oa board and Uot) Alalia
PuamMra. an and from Ireland and Bootland. "
1 trees Bteaaiem are awit oi iron, in wawr-ogni
OOtlipaxunenta, -carry aaoa, an aspanenoeu ihiho,
every attention la paid to tba comfort and acoomnoda-
DXRYi tMgrlet ajt Jeiay vf ealnsf at Bk. Joha'i
lal atnlliVatta, 4. ' "
i .in in iieaaaiieia AiunrpronNDinciigiAi.wii
; aiasgoer raaeeotvra ate rnraianeo. wwww paaaga
Ockati to ana in vonaonserry. . . - - P ; -;;i
Betnre Hcketa grantea at reaucea ratn.. r, . .. - s
OertlCoatee lmed (or carrying loand bringing ont
aangars from au tne principal towni oi ureal untain
Ireland, at red need rates; W lb Una ef etewBera,
lanng Mvsrpooi erojy a,-.-r-r-. V."Ti 1 .
taMiimin Hh ilia arinar
glbt Draffs f 1 and. stpveatrd war.
JkblfflA
nataaatarexa
sraiaaaaai aaa a,
sttliaroo s i
if a avsuwa
r laaaaaa, apl ana vmeevwwj naeatis
tVAT.KeW Vwrlty aa If) WAXfcH
iatwaoT-eMst.vi.y. a-H-s a-- l.X.''n,
i . ,w B43ZL- a IKALS, tHterai i
- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
,B (SOllT AjUsaW (, (VII Viugq VWtuaasana vuiw
t
tl If
sa partner ta say
I hik -ill .fir ka SnniliMitad andartha
ET
susai
I will
1 -.7 , .. a . I IU UilM..tBl.k'a.l
et Bala da Bon. f P. BAIN. SO Baaib HI?
I Pokuabaa, f eh 19. 1881. fable
ib M 1
X1XJIBV btXaWBae
(Iataef lon-s ratabllihSMa, tt. Hoprletorl
f J SUV aTSWW Bolt
: Vasuloaabla Shavug, tuat vatttng-
(fiwen4 Bremrogsatom, Sett
. iw w,c ' ,, m vt
4t iniieev eiaer aauamonoa
.1 p - v bmhwi"
I fii,,.,,.'a.iu.iitaiid, 4ml lu tim bat'atrla. '-J
I fc.i-1. uti , u.o n nJ!i.:H
. T . eadiii T 'I It U- '
Summer Arrangement.
Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
in aii. i i "
Mta-H-;
RAILROADS.
lor Cincinnati, Baytdn ft'luManatfjlia!
A ' - "
,,a t'.ij. , 'H ! ;;-
Through to lnd!anat)ol!s without Cango'of Cars'
o i . , vowmon ana et. irais. "v, -
BW Ttains Daily from Columlias.
AOOOMHODATIONi aA i a. nt..-ttttr!ne At all ltl-
Uona between Oolumboe and Olnainnatl and Dayton, er-
rlrlm at Olnclnnatl at 10.05 a. -a., and at Pan ton at
w uie.m .oonBeetltr at peyton lot looianapoiis sea
.tbrTHt.'o .:jJm .a '.!wn r ) o iT .
(..ia i u SECOND TRAIN.,;?:..",' V',
London, Obarleeton, Ceearrlllo, Xtnla, Bprlnf Valley,
Oorwln. tncoort. Beat AsaiaaLi Morrow Bt.. Lebanon!
foettr'e, LoTnliod ard klilfon,rilg at OanomaaU
ata.ouD. m..i..BTUiata.40 n. a.aonneciuawiui tne
vote ana kiieelaeippt Kallroad (or Loaiiruie, &y.,.vin
nenMe. Caira, Bv Louie, New Orleans, etc.r at Dayton
tor Iadlanapolia, Lalayatte, tarre Hauta, Chleato and
all.Waitern polBta.,L , . , . , Jr--.! - s
r.i t:i THIR.D TRAIN." 11 "
If ATI at 1.19 Diin.. itocnlnc at all flitlonj between
Oolamboa and Xania. aad at Bnrleg Valley; Corwtni
aaorrow ana vovaaaw, amTBg aiuuKiBne.ii at
j T'.P'-X
rl t?-T7 Aitr mn tm1 l"u ' 51
" SronHXPaBas, via Dayton, atjaO midnlgin.
napping at bonton, Jfcaaia; vayton, iauiaieioiro aw
unoiHon arriving uinoinnan at o. av m.jit Day
ton at 9.55 a. ut. i conscotlnc at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and MImImIpdI Railroad lor Iioalnllla, Branevllle.
vtsccnnti, uairo, et, touie, mempnit, fiew urieana,
and all polnta Booth and Bontb-weiti alao. at Daytoa
tor ladlunpola, Lafayette, Terra Haate, Chicago, eto.'
i .3'. ".5 -MUi
KTfor farther lehnsatlon- and Through Tlcketa,
apply to at. L. POHEail, ticket Agent, Union Depot,
ueiamnng. , . , - ii ,
P. W. BTBADXR.
I i : ,.: - i ) .- General Ticket Agent, Olnofnnttl.
JItO. W. DOHERTT, . ,',
- - Agent, Oolambtts, ,
' " ' 1 'B.W.WOODWARD,'
'; - ' - v.l : Bnperlntendent, OlrrelnnaH.
. Columbus, Jdly 14, 18l.r i j:- ' - -i -l i'i
RAILROADS. EAST.
RAILROADS. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
(,V-CONNROTla J4 BKW-AIBR WIXHiRRiao
I
B AldXi M 0 R E & OHIO
r. ' awn i TiraTrntr aTTTtf vtrK! r
; PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAt
;;':,HATTaBQA:
tor,-,
- .. IORaUNS TBf i I.
rn
Shbrte'st,.Qtiickcst Most Jleliabla
1 .!: xvoute to tui jBiaBtem viuea i
a
1
.
.
' Train! Leave Colnmbos as follows
;f.
Learei Oolambni 3.30 A'. M. from Tnioq'.DepL
Bellalre or Btenbenrltla t arrtveaat Bellaire, Yi.) A
M.i BtenbanvlUa. 1S.S0P. U,: Plrtabnnib,S.4 t. U.
Harrlibnrg, 1.10 A. atl viaUUftown, arrtveaat Haw
Tork 8.00 A. U4 via PhiladtlpMa, arrives at Phila
delphia, ft. 10 A. si.: New Tork. 10.30 A. M. Connecta
alao at Barriaburg for BaltUnora, arrlvingat 7.45 A. M
, i . . ! 11 . . . 1 ai'aui 'i w 1 .
8leeplag Car attaoiod to this Train
Prdto Oolamboa, rtrn dlreotty' ti'rftigh lo'BelMra
PiMbarghwlthoatehangai aadPaawngars via AlltB-
town arrive in Net York at 8 A., iu ot
ITTTWO-HOTJR8 III ADVAN0R OR JtORTHIRS
i-.tI". I'll. . IINXB..- '
i i,,riwi,,
A..
This Train also oebneoto at Bellaire with
, , BaUimoreo4 Ohio Kallroad.
jo,of i- " ' ' - "' 1 1 " : '
i ,-, v r,.5w PITIBBUROB SXflUSBB.; -
Learea-Ooluabae 11 8& A. U.i -front Cnlea Depot,
BUubenvUle; arrlrae at Newark. H.60 P. M.i Oeahotn,
Ion, 8.15 P. M. ; BWabenvlUa, 6 P. 11-; Pitubarg, S.4U
J'. at. - jr7ThIi la tha only routs by whioh Paeeengera
an laavaOlBclnnaU at 7 A. Mi, go through to PlrlV
kurgb ia daylight, witboat anange of oara or away.- i.-i .-
, , ii i I i ' .i i n f
S'lBT T.TNB. 1
Learea Oolaabaa 3.13 P M., from' Union Depolt va
Bellalrei arrivea at Newark, 8.83 P- Ai.l Eanearille,
4 33 P. M.; Bellaire.7 .55, P. M.i Plltalmrgh, U.85 P
1.; narrtsBurg, v.W ;a m.; na Auentown, arriveii
t new korK, r- n.rvta r.iuaaeivma, arnreiw
klladatobuw X10 P. M.i New York. 8 P. M, This
Train alto connects, at Iiarrltbarg (or Baltimorai
iinog ati r. m.
, Tbla Train rani through to Bellaire or Plttiburg with-
al ahanga of Cant and from Pltuhnrg -there le
ehange of Oarai.to Phlladalpbla, or, via AUentowa
New York thai offeiiai. at w-. i:r i. "v. :(
t This Train alao emmecta at Bellaire with tM Baltimore
and Ohio R. R. - . : ' '
ILTTblfl Route Is 30 Tmlles 'snorter to Pittsburg,
j and tmore than 1Q0 . miles shorter to
fc New ,Y0fki tbU -Northern Linel'lvt
w " , ,.. ..f rf i ,-,!!.
H9f Checked jThronrt t-
., poiian. .47 own JiajBk.,j,Jl...K(.j
I "' ' J- - f -' 1 1 f ,.jivu
, .. . l -i j .a mi VTnrfitTa via , .. .
.atno. iva aAu&jixo r ui r, i c
BEttAIffE 9R STEUBENyiLtE. an.
: '' ' ; .i ; I, , UtT-)llslt
Tlcketa Ossd.evtr
eltMar iReute.
..:.-r
JRO. W, BROr?Kil'J'-CI
Sen. S lakat Agent Central Ohio 1. R..'
nitT.'fl.'
';"-' ckni TfcVet' Agent BUobeuvllla Bhort Llne
i ,1.-. . ri.a. auivoiumn,
jeio
Tha' only Route rVom Colnmbuato Baltimore,
f -fhlladelphla, or New York, with oblv '
i.i .' i-oneohiqge of Cars." t"'
By thUi Train'' Para.ng.rs '.rrir. la New ,Yoik
konraln advance of tha Northern lines. r .
and
af
and
aua
,.. .
pa.
aoi
And
ae'Ai
BXj(
1
i
nasi.
Arm
I
Bta
M.i1
Btat
wui
mi
wi Via-- 'J cmx
ilGRI(mimLWAllEEOiTSB
lOi.krv& nri.d' S . ar, tormMnv nnoniA."
VfAsp, P" rOfYirr.",4D'
GvtisaJPIatolaa WWW Wlllovet Vara
sthevaad. aabbarBeltiat, ;Iaer Xaather Rosa
king. '
abl-41-;1l
'i -
Vrw TiikirxE Nt.a,.r.a7RRi8HHNo
" RoTVltfot la Meek Ties and Bcarfr.H-- )1
r
-12 iu arm Hiwiva voium, - -
, 't -''Isroldered Pooka Handkarcblafs.r
, PailS Sid fllovea, aop.rlor make.. , t 0 2Jni
1 WrVTe8trU aiori.o t tji-.-j i
as wwii ass eat Aasvsaava a a maniviMaies ysatrwaasj kJBaSe
Jtoalf.UosswdOnder.OaraeBta, sv.m
aiatw'oi u Mi Bigb-MswVtl
Af AA LI am, DVIV a
,l'w.lt i ai ,i.-i'lhill
CliT5l7THIfIfl ""FIITW ni
li
'US-1!
VAi4jAAAVMa.vaH aa.v-.va
' t t.r . JZTji Jl.mLla
Ht& iWA ZlBxCO All-llM
;MERICAN WATCHES.
. i v.-- o,i:l;
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w ewawwii"" rw. - .
it
! L Ar.1EniCAfMTCH3
. ' r. .. , .. ..' ' . .
Banrararad y a, tuwuu ut., -wostait.
ltet watcnee ara tar anpsrior to anytuiDg eye
to rhoaablk), heretofore. Baring the etolmt-re
I Saa sell thaea' et prteea as suK tbe tune. I huve
sacerrsdalans stoak ol esaat. taatx aid r-,-
iknbfW
annfeilired b APjOXaAfiX,' Cpj
'Bjttassorteaentoji
MlMwnv-.. f..,,-,., Brt) 1,1
KNilI9I AND BWIS5 1lYAT;WiVlailmitSf
t A. . a .. A a., 4 a a .
'ftrl0:! SyTH SafSBi 8t Paulo 9 rraarf-rJslpH
'ian5; . If. ?
rras
orli V iv:f gUfjfe 'ia . .
Pally, peijrean-.ii1. .u..ii....u. ."..Iteoe-'
Tri VVaekly, po. af,v.)s.i.....i. 041 1
Weekly, peryeai v... .. 1 00 '.
JJKTr-
1 't 1,"
5F
SOUTH SIDE REPORTS.
THE GREAT BATTLE OF MANASSAS
—ADDITIONAL PARTICULARS.
[From the Richmond Enquirer, July
FROM MANASSAS.
.
via
of
V
the
Via
I
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no
to
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;
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j
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r.
ad
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1
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held oesof tha most important pogitidns lri
"' fight; In frttnt of the deadly Are, of 8hermads
pattery.--"'""1 ' -,."-
WWj.??!! fOflrirt
, rh0 llBfl 01 btle ! abotA nlne oWk"in'
ii.km wvuiii sw Ttvm
K,LiTbe men .were
I',t,lo.n of brrnging watet .bpr afavine. near
'fci'4d0rnaa irom tne ga ianvorr,ano, weuteoante
"1 jFi.k, O ths , Watson Gu.rda,
w?to town Col. Hampton's natrati
!itrv(uana Drinnn.a. iftrtiiairfj. mna kdbt laBt
4-
WU
Mtm
aaarad.1 n kVlDg :P9IBr)tXM "ease, mwi wianaN
egancy. I Hamntnn ofTarad hia aamlafljSa.ri ASSbaattaae,
i1isiia au uwl
to iuhd bythe Legl
. 1 OaerA I tab ? A 4 bT It ttC tOWalVdf Bk BU
8011 e r '. Vi
MTAaa,iU'8 combined ebargeytaTbwl Ilata
Tho -trains whioh reached this city leeterdav
evening from JUanastas bring rumors oi strange
and tremendous import. Uendemen direct Irom
tbe law battle field enoieus that it Is reported
SBd believed. in tne neigimorBeoa or Manassas.
that on laesday ibe reder&l troops, who bad re
treated to Alexandria after, their deleat, fall, to
nghtibg among themselves, ana that, artor great
numbers had been alaln, the remainder took op
tbetrime ot march lor waeaingtooi - i
A epectal train-wae-otarted Irom Manassas
Junction yesterday muroing, freighted with over
two hundred of oar wounded truope, who bad
beenatroek Ini the late battle. Taeyweredls
trtbated at the various stopping plsees along the
rine of tbe. railroad, tn theaelgbbot booa ot their
Domes, and number were tramrmeaV0' the
train coina, westward toward 8tauntotA '- B.
tween tkiriy ana lorty were oroaent on' so wis
oity and Drooerlv cared iur and disposed of ,bv
Among tbe number of
onr wounded we were Delighted to reoogntie
private BlAsseftbttrg, or the Tbomaf Artillery,
whom some af onr nanere had so ruthlessly slain
Mr, Msssenburs, tbongh painfully wounded In
the back of the neck by a fragment oi shell
wbioh knocked him flat oo bis face, was In floe
solrts. '"' 'J''"--'
The remains oi Lieut. Edgar Maooo, Oi toe
same oompany, were brought down to Orange
Court Houee, and there delivered to his friends
to be Interred la tho family boryfng ground.-
Aiient. inaoon wae a native oi uracge, aoa
grand nephew of President Madion.k ' -J !
Two oars in this train were- epproprletea to
the transportation of wounded Yankees, twenty-
three in number, tne majority ol Whom belong,
ed to Ellewortn'e Fire Zouaves.' There were
among them, however, a great variety of onl-
lonns ure teiiow, wits bright red pants and
bluejacket, told us he belonged to tbe 14cb
Regiment iof Nea York mill They were
all sronoded. in the most horrible manner, and
aa their wounds bad received no attention, tbey
were in a truly pitiable condition
lbeir mends having run. off and deserted
them, thev bad lain on tbe field lust where their
Injuries ware received until picked up by our
troops, and bar sorgeone being more then busy
attendlog to our own wounded, their eases were
of neceesltywstDOBad-tlU-Hbev arrived in this
city. The .most of them had been shot In the
lower extremiMea, Use fellow bad both or bis
legs crushed, and sevecat'bed one leg broken.
Uneor the Zouaves pressois a moat ureaami
epeolaola., , A rifle ball entered just- below bis.
right eye. , ma whole taee and head .were -so
swelled and distorted by Inflammation, that it
no great .stretch of leoguage to eay that "his
own.mother would not have known blm.". 's a
1 From another of Ellsworth's Zouavse, whose
left, leg had been shattered by a musket bullet,
bnt-wbo seemed at tba time to be Buffering little
pain, we derived considerable Information. ile.
wae a very intelligent fellow, and disposed
talk. .He told ns that there were not tea Zoo
aves In tho regiment of a hundred and fifty who
did cot rejoice wben Ellsworth ag killed;; that
be was one of the most brutal and tytanoieai
men that ever lived! that be never issued
order without accompanylpg i,wiib aa oath
a kick. i ---.,
,Oa inquiring at what (itao ddriog tbe action
be was hurt, and by , what regiment tbe Zouaves
were ODDOaed. he eaid ha bad beeawoandea
durina- tha acnnil honr of tha battla. and aaa
captured by and, oarried to -the rear of Aha
iteeiment or the South, ivarollnians. . i us regi
ment: it .was, be reports, that anoibUatsd
Zouavss. . Ha said that be bad bees bat a
ii moments oenina tne oouta isaronaiaua uaiora
Ihe. fas tuiiy ponvinoed that the ianJteel coma
nevjr whip these people He say that ao
acrlption could do juatioe to the coolness
nonohalancej.of .the PalmeUos-daiing the roost
terrible oarnaK of the fights - cvjk :,-.:
i He says that, as the wounded fell, and were
poroe to tne rear, ipougu uey, in many, aaars,
must have been Buffering agony they jetrtodaad
laugnaa as though nothing Baa nappe nee,
iner ware in the miast oi pease aaa socurity.
v One demure looking .fallow jeemed ta think
ns fate an ongommonly hard one, a the an
nent bearrlved on the field, before hehadevBn
cocked his gun, abullet.atrnck .bim i'ulaliii
eiij ana passed fioiir-ely through bimv ::. ..)
vbtrb rarncoLAaa ov rnt liaWAsetrBtTrtt"
thk carTuaa or staa Ait's bavtut.
V4 baye sonii very Inrsreiltbef and authentic
ucuuuui i sue untie as manamaa, irym au tim
er who was In the tbfekest 'of the motion;
who teetifles-tO-thStrerhelr iJouriieeous
devoted aotidd Of theTHarn'ritoa' Legion,'
mormon Bavin? marcnea seven mihaa. After
naatUv anatchad breakfaat. ta take their narA
W ga0rki;..TnVaf oeutft
e w" formed,CoW, JobBson-faU by.
ano irum tne vatteyy.. ua.waa inaiaunT a.iuu,
tbe ball striking, and., teating away, Ahe upper
B.b8
jetjoore toeooay irom me flee., Jt E4 w
1 A this inatanf, the men missing tot
1 ik. ....... ni thi '.
ment the presenoe of tbeir commander,
Oat, "We have nd oommender-"' 'Capt. Oarty
who waa eommandlng' the left wing, suddenly
tailed, .ooV.'Follow ' me.. Haojpto.Ouafev
follow to victory!" Tbe effect o, tbe .tones
(be oommand was Instant. ' Tbe noble and
Edgefield company made 'a rushing:' charge
lotarOs she enemy, U advance of tha rest
the Legion nearly three bapdrei yard, and,
tar. on toe lets nana tnat lor a moment
wefe under tbe fi.e of the Waahlneton artillery.
Ttte Oaards advanced to within 100orl2O
ef tbe enemy. Unable to matntala-taalf
tion, tbey ratirad.Xalling baok-aooa4he column
of tha Legion. U waa tbeo that Col; Hamotofl,
after a tew thrilling words at tha bead of
Legion ordered Kb ore to bo opened apon
deadly battery. ;that , was i mowing down
I Noblv abd gallantly did Ms men respond.
Ffeintr bv file and' mairrtalntnBr tbelr Voaitloo,
they stood stesdlly until throe o'olook In-
evening, under. tho 4eUlv -Are of -one of
most aeatrooure batteriee or the f eaerat
1 1 Ai tbla time pf the day. the Legion fail
about 300 yards, When GeuvEvaue,.of
Carolina, rode np to the line, andjnaklng
self known to the men, added bJs nubia, and
-trkrtlb enoonraeemeuta to those of their kalian
oommanaer, Aenouiarisee as tseaaregaie
Via imee tw mo aiuva taasva aaa evaiaa rivi,wa
peaie to toe Legion to ooio, ita .oevoea. position
eiJbut s , few- momeoqngeivjfnihl
.? WMeaBBiraiOi
. .t. ' a. . f m
m I T ril.n. ,v..Mv,tw vie rUB.uvarl.9.v
1 r - . - - . "DtT r . - -r-;
esiBroogn tne nrooi toe enemy, oat tnree
..livikal-a9m tlrUWI Ml A . tlfl ItMfW I V awAaUf JMlKI UQUlJIMM
.u- t-i-.j.. l.v..-.lill
wuso tut enarje aai juuita ay w ,
Viiiitia.regimf&Vhder.a
c:.k -I.,, i, i ili. iiL.i... i..i im , l.k
I """"m w " b-
lit Lt,,n,in; ahauk-oriei amndkatand fHtVVarvMM
. '. Bfifc, tl!7!
,fAIV kStatejWB V) WH sawaujrvwiawww.Tww "
Ae ha waa rataed. the cool ana .talfifjotjainsl
VvAfgtHantri of tha brava matj wtj aiWtajdi
uoorteo-v""i,
on aud toneip
to if with its right wing under the command of
" woauar, aaa uta leu nnaer mat -or Uapt.
Gareythe eeanjaod af tha Intrepid Watso
Qnards, wbo had so distinguished tBiasaUes
in tbe opening of the? action, belne devolved
upon- Lieut. TV."T.k Jennings,' until joined by
Lieuta, Batos 'and Tompkins, who bad under
takes the breve mission of banging water to
tta suffering men throngb ;the, thickest of. the
'Ttte slaugWerxf tbOtlerny at the lattef'yi
as tbe eombiaed charge ol the- Virginia Regi-
punt ana tna .Hampton Legion swept over tt,
is said to have been .terrifls.,, The fugitives
were pursued by the companies of tbe Legion
hj near ientreviue. r or roof or are miles tne
pursuit is deeoribed to hava haan over dead
bodies, which strewed ,(be retreat; of the enemy.
....Auabeaiw reports about IBirSv kUled SDd
mortally Jaurt, nllh tho Immenea nnmber of
nearly (bree hundred wounded truly a gallant
recora. eimer lis aviry eompaniee nor art
wticry arrivea in time jor the action j bad Uey
done so, quicker work would have beon done by
the Legion; AsH(l, with the gallant record it
baa made, aid the cempllatnta of Beaategard
f;iven It-the day after the victory, It may buaeti
udeed, to have had a distinguished part la the
arlorlnna rla. i4 .i . '
Tbe names of CaoUrnS Connor. Garer. Ad:
juUut Barker aad Burgeons Darby and Taylor
are mentioned atnoog those who, uistlogutabea
themselves heroically in tbe fight. , -:
i' The eseapes'of maov of the men throuch the
storm of fire are described as almost miracu
lous., Tbe South Carolinians were better ..shots
tban tbe enemy. At three firoe from one of
thwebrporals, J.tfW: Tompkins, two Yankees
were seen to bite tbe dust; and- av One time of
tbe aoUon, Lieatehanl Jennings, with a rovolver,
fired into the enemy a nnmber. of shots, nearly
each one of which struck ita man. Many of
taw syvinon oaa tneir eiotoes torn tnroogn witn
bulaarsT..; ,tv wdi B. r r n -
1 i-
the
the.
is
to
an
or
3d
tbe
few
H
and
ann
e
tbe
i
and
and
a
in
afr
a
mo
cried
ot
gal
ant af
so
tnaj
l
FaoM Port, ao . Painoa Caot. Lurawav
of the brig King Brothers, from Port au Prince,
arnvea veateraay, bringing aetes to July iid.
Onthe toihot July, a Spanish fleet of six steam
(rigatea oameto aoobu off the town.: Tba da
mauds of Spain being pretty well known, there
was great excitement on shore, and a complete
suspension of all business L Tbe Spanish Con
am ianoea witn du aispatohee, which were re
Jected by tbe President, tbe demands of Spain
oeiog xuu,uuu as Indemnity and a salute of Ml
enne, the Soanlth Admiral not to return it. On
tbe 9ih atl Ibe foreign residents were notified to
leave within 4o boors. u v.ii : . AKr. -t
i . Wberjuhalf the time had exelred. a Comoro
mltewas effected, mainly, through the British
Consul,-'who- exerted himself to the ntmost
The moaey patf of tbbaueetloa is to be settled
by Comevlf aioaersi and aha salute eras a mutual
exchange, which took place on tbe lUih,; ir.,
Had tbe President bompUed with tbe demand
of Spdlb.'tha tTSytletoiHronld have revolted,
ana ne naa not roroe eumcient to 'nave driven
off the fleet. -An appeal was mads to the gen
erosity'ot Bpala, whioh la 1 'vulnerable point
wlthherr-i On tha .lathi the Spanish Admiral
with two lrigates sailed, and on the loth two
others left. The Spanish Consul has alio taken
tip hit residence at Port an Prince 'Journal of
bearastre; ;( ik:.xi ei int.: s
-. ' r aaaaaaa.a ,l i-. '.)
HlBElLlON lit Niw ZtaiAwn. - Great Britain
like the United States', is engaged In iDDoress-
ing rebellion. - She has to contend with a tribe
ot savages ia New Zealand, kcewa as the Maori
race; and though she has employed a considera
ble force, witt). .decided aooaasaia various en
gagements, the natives ho)4 oat witbpereine
clous obstinacy i e A few months ago a General
ot wmo miutarv reputation wae sent irom Aus
tralia to make short wotk of, the jrsbele, who
had acquired much, knowledge rfMueerniog-the
rules ot modern . was! aw and were, leuadt- aa
trenched In strong force. 'Instead ot attemntr
ing to storm the natirs fortifloaUons, tha Ear
llsh commander oauaai works to- ba coesUaoted
for the purpose of. oountaraoriog Bed .evttrpow
ering vliem rn forces wa;adi..ldsd into work
log parlies and poverrs, with sapa add redoubts
to. sweep the rifle pia of thev enemy.- Two
days' steadyingnrujwhioh. three i Armatrong
guos a.d ut morur assisted, brought tha aa-.
ilTfial ia. iaUH.fl--Blnal dhtV taaraaTlinaltlnn aTkf . hosia
tllnlel Twas .annouacedThavjof-Genaral
who, bad rendoredi suoh important servioa wae
congratulated by the rrovislonal Assembly
of, .Australia., (f ft,: bis return,! with; haying
" cqn4ucTed. to a s.accassal issue the. operations
pf a warof-aj rulialy o;ying'yat4 aaraaatog
hature-ll, j.pow appear thaAht aaogratula
tioa: was preinaturayaa thf foreign ioagnels Just
received i'ute thaJVIaori war ia. likely to be ra-
pewed ,Tou a scale which will eeaao th loss of
muoojngiieo blvoa ana Wiasuee,',' aed ihat'a
gcuuu yuiwiHfwrrauvat.iB aawuipaMN. DO "
. lhere are svefa, lasts peculiarly suggestive
about this New Zealand war., i Tbe oauta of "na
tive riahta" hnda, manv avmnathiMra. naa oalv
io England, hoi. among the reverend clergy of
. L . r: VI rt.L T. , t r il.
taa aiiwiiOTiarj uaiq. i tna tynae si nenssu
stated in Patllamest Sifew weeks ago, that ths
rapelupn pad been Instigated by " disaffected
buropeansn who had .('agitated" and sent "em
Isaaries", abroad (to-vseite.-tbe natives against
tba govsremsci.) tor reMonsthos indicated,
sereraA Loadoa jouraaliate, are very lev ere la
tbeir sttteturei upep these reyegead gentlemen,
One editor expressing a bone' that "belore tbey
mcddla aln.,they will ponder on the saying
Lord Chaticilior Clarendon, that of All classes
ofmentheeieVev Are tbe least fitred. by edoca
Hon and babit tor laat lorsaattoq et a aouaa
udgment on publlo affair Wf. of Cmmtret,
HimaiTT to THBEfitnia 'WoonPid'
large nnmbst we do ao! know how manv, save
ihe Rlchniond'Eoquirfirbave been wounded.
Let ni ameliorate, as .Jag as wa can, tbeir suf
ferings; let all the attentlonthatcan be bestow
ed on them be 'given; for they deserve It alt.
iriaay oi nose men vara is away irom nome,
from their families -aht friends. It is for
bow to supply,., as far aa we cas, the place
both home and friends. It may be also that
idaamnch as tbe Yankees have left many
Sbelr wonoded on tha field, wa shall hava to take
are of themr- Let weewitohoerfully , and thus
Seaura tbem Shat. we :ibea no malice towards
tho vanquished an it sronnded enemy, and
wilt thna beep ooals ef Are noon tbeir heads.
by
iu
V ) ty,..t Al. Wlirs Caaa,
RivaMW;uigntUw,iojiibu,Ouio.
paoes
poet,
tbe
tne
;fiis
the
tbe
army
baok
.Souih;
llaa-
pa
nt
oim-
aiss
ouwors
rc-
knii
-T
.
W
sup
Pti 9
11UI
r all Remit and Lerna Coanlklnbv InWadaat
act perfect raralte, waoorwa Cotna, Obaoino
Gmms Oocaaa, MotRsnjaa'am-TaaMtOcananrre,
alwua OiiaranBar af Ooaaaaptioa.-) M- BooranaaJ
Smcr it baa no superior. " Preed from all Opiate
IateWoia.iettlsa,aaaykei.ad y most delkata oowattj
r?fnHtt'r.T;' I. .'a-iiJiatat
e.ShxaxTiav atvaaOtAT eve tcOWeA lathe
World. containing aot a parUcia ot wpmm, aoraay
aUnc but Ita itrtcuy yaaeiaoa aan rrsyw,...
l.yitVOfy.l,. n h, c. naa.Laa.-Raaosuvraai.
' 1 vm ib n. atam. aad 11
or. Bmsb. aad llaadacba ot ait ia vanetu,
it has
V . n
n aanal.and to wnicn ae uuaouiwo
al
,aafa1eaedv-l Tft " ".ew iw-l nen
a,,. rir! Tuvaas Hue aoet perfect remedy,
itrmi. OoMnjurra. after Tmrtiir the pata It
aahyaiajo aoet lavpoaat aaaaraa. wmu ue aoviapan
Z''Mitm b.Mt;
eM to Dealer at Invalid adeeorlpUwe jeamphlew withaa
"M.tiLtfa-atanD.n - - " ' , '
r , . i ii,. ..it, i.i ni,a.ili .
. wnn a. aayilJ!!!a(i.ii;4,:Kv
. CBTygTM"" ry.aatfjtrnn,
r!m fa, P.&etTlAl. .'Wharf, Ve1mIAaaT
rtdaanakaraMtl s aaaenaaRpnywrtiflg
hratsHjVfii Qjon71Uaiaaw, aanwaS Mtst bvhI!
Itoi
Jvu
OHBRTI mt BSUTJBL,
N. B.'.MAWrt.ai
Vea?-er1ei
tSaanrefrt OolcrMwial Obto.
' r2vT' I 10. 0'V Onra to iw 1 ajnt-Aae
truce at Al. W IXl'k Cuaap Ambroli'M Boom,
rrVwtwra;' W " .g'J--ml"-
as
of
of
we
with
aire
or
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a
acta
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K
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JSToa 4 . GKvvnrie , BWlr.
. a .i". tMtltyii r.1 ")
A. e STONE &-0,HaRM-'
jCA. IBB ooods and Inrlte the publ e to inaiwct
""such staelrof Ooodi baa arer bwn (0
ible-arkat.r.Itoe.u., laeonaMtaaol UafcllLi.
v. i4i. (lam crop., oaa not bean aMe to purchase tba us.
naMoantlty of richgoodi, and tbla fa? thejTeed fia
ImpertetatoHn them at publlo auetiorOnTtmy.rl
(Mr. Btoaa) being la New York at the. u, mdjtl
TM1,' "'"V andwt.l wgSod?
here, at lea than any one who unrchaeed two wic. It,
pats for tbaa In Mew York. Our stock laemmlet.
ELEGANT PRESS 8ILK8,. 7, '-"'
: .1
io r.; 1
.ii.uttvi.ian acixjuiLa.. ...
ft. Jit
kk HKVirrvnia
- ... , - -. w . . . u n v. n. , , ., . . .
it .: rr-.e -'i s ic.utiyajLi u- ..,
rnifiTtU COBUKGS,
TlVPn r.ntnn&!
rSLaCK ALPACAS, r ' ' " '
ORLEANS - ''-'" - .- i .:i.- xt
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS "
. i io ,:-,, AiL wool DELAINES,
. .. ... ., v POPLINS, PRINTS,
,"U-i .. ' DELAINES.
.cr:t :. tc. . ,1, ....
SHAVLS AMD CLOAKS!
f'JJlyb' ; Thausand1 Dolkra Worth
Bought 'in ,Qne. 1 Day, ,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
tea's, Ladiea aed Ohlldreu'a Under BblrU and Drawers:
Ladies, Uissaaaad Children's Boalery of ell kloda, in
Wool and Lamb' Wool: Ileao Lined and Cotton fllnru
tt every make. -.-.'
, , ALSO!
A complete assortment ot all the usual varlti
tlespf,, . ( , .
LADIES'
CLOTHS,""
CA8SIMERE8, v r - u ;
V '
4 " OVERCOATINGS,
'''4 ' ' -- -TWEEDS.
FLANNELS, ' .'
RIBBONS, - : , - ...
t.''": . " " DRE3S TRIMMINGS,
Ladiei and Gent's linen Cambrio Hand-
M .i.; . kerchieft, fto., &o. ;
To DerhdtlS wha rait Ml .. mm nt.iM 'lihiwinll m
ehew tbaa tbe largeet, beat and die pert stock af Ooode
ever seen ta this market, or pay tbaa ana duller par
honr while looking. .-a
oeoi-niyxtawltw. BTONI fc O'lIaR&A.
HEW ARRIVALS
Spnng & : Summer ' Millinery.
I ' 'f " The S tocJe Reploarsb vi . ' .'
mora Latest iirrpoHTATioiss cp
. jV-lTCI E Vt-X 6 R K,. ' ! : '
6ia r':'i Kt BTOOX OP K : :-,': -.
Spring f& Summer Millinery
I ,Is now complete, comprising every variety ol llilla; .
cry; slsoa large sseorUnent of Embroideries, . Moaiery
and Notions, Ao., aad In quantltle and price that Can'
not fall to salt . all wbo may faror ns with a call, tbe'
goods have been bought at Panic prices, and will be said
At a small adraneeon eost. ''
: Miss M.E.YODNG, late of New York City,
will superintend ifie Millinery Departmaut. Her long
expSrlBca"tn tba moat Fashionable Istaklbhntent In
Broadway will alone be a warranty that aha will be abi
t givf eatlre satiafacUon la mature of lasts to all who .
may tavor her with their orders.
The Ladies of Columbus and vicinity will f.jeaae'et-
Sept my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, an-t
t Wowld reapaet rally aollrit a centicujinca of tba nun a,
'fi: W-'tT : TTT A V i VI l-
AV. a, VV AtkW)
f 68 East Town St., Celnmkus, O.
" TO WHOM IT MAY COJgESM.
The Public Works of Ohio.
Orrm ti Tin Iibmr o nra Pnstro Waaxs.f .
. OoLoaane, June 13, l8ol. J
MI B undersigned "baring beooma the Leaaeee of the -l
PabHo Worke of Ohio, under the sctof Mu 8. IBS k,
and having entered into the posaeHion o( aaid WorJta,
hereby grr notice mat in operating anoar saia leese,--Sad
dtaaaan-gloC tbalr duties aader the aaae, tbe buai- -j
Jeat will ba tranaaoted with tbe publlo through agVnlj
poouM-d by tho Leaaeaa, under eosh ratee, ref olatloss. -i
raatrwlaiMis and limitation, aa inaiiue preacrioea iqr ,
their government.'
i Tnoee AgenU tot the) pneent, will ooneietaf onaOao
tral Agent, a Treaaurer and BeoreUry, for tbe Central
Office ot tbe Leases at Oolombaa; aad the neeaeaary -'
aamoer of aapenntenaeaaoi Acpairaana voiieuioia-vi .,:
oils oa tbe several worke emeraoea in tne lease.
The General Acent ehall be tha vrlnolnal aMCWiv. . .
effloerof tba Leuees, and shall bare charge ol tbe gen
eral bnstneea otbee at Oolamboa. lie shall bar auper
Vlaka over tha bnalnesa ot tba Leeaees with tha public, .
and aa inch agent ehall execute all contract, eicept "
ttreeafor labor and aalnilala eonneoted with tba ardua- :
ty rapaira of Ihe several Works, and he (hall audit and .
Settle all accounts. ' ' - t--
I The aaties of tbe Traanrer and eaoretary anaii ta. -such
aa ate usually discharged by similar ofBcers In other
Iha Bunarintendanto of Rapaira shall, on their re
tpeoiiv dirlaion, bar power to employ and discbarge "
all aaooraiaatas ana aaoerere, ana to purcnaee an woie ;
and materials neoeeary in tha ordinary repair of such .
division, and tbe eame shall be trader their special di-
non and managamant, - - -
TbeOolleolore of lolls. Water Rents aad fines, ais
Tested with all tba authority aad power, prevMed la
l.n af ih. Aula and the regulations al tbe Board
of Publlo Works, made for that purpose, when each Col- '
feasors acted eooer atipolatowal aaal MUwttty treat u .
JUjf.., i.I.T Ik. Tmm ah. It Viu. Iha .-,
gbl traaaact boalaeea la tba name of tha Lessees, ,
ith any person or persons, In any othir manner than
irouih the appelated macula, anleas specially enihoili- i-
edby iboLeaswao to do; nor shall auy on of the ap-
polntea agent narw auvnonty to uanaact any Dos.n.aa
la- tha name of tn Lease, exoept In the particular r
brasoh of the buaineee confided to blm,and aubject to
the restrMUonSaoa llmltauous or his agency. . -
I ato aucnonty so ourrow money oa me creuit vi iu. .
Leuees, shall aver exist In any Leasee, agent or other -emptoyaeot
lb Leaiiae, nnleee tbe tame atiall beaoa-..rf
tarred by a aqanlmona vot ot the Laseei, tt a regular .
meeting, and the amount so authorised t ba borrowed
speeiOed lauia amar ana aatarea on tne journal. . . ;
u.o. rr . aunrmj.. ura w.
Leaeeatl atAajtil.a. BaRTB, Traasartr,' aad Jour
JoYsa, Beoratary ., , . j.,..
The sapenntenaonr or nepaira are:- . .
Oa .tkasl. a Oaaaland W. RAM. Roed-Joerrm ,
Ooona, Xaoaas Baovrn, Wa. J. JacaaoK aad Asm L.
aaaaA ' . i . ':-,,. - i V"
Tiin iha Ohio. Waltmndlnt aad Hooking Canals and the ,
Musklugnm Improreai.m Bossar II. Scan, Taoaus "
Muxasu. Dma BtoOaaTBT, BriivasTaa -napaaav aad : o
Rnwaan B&UU. ,
I The Oolleotor on the Canals, Moiklngum TaproV- '
meet and Maumeo Road, are the tarn that were ia tba ,
eSrrlotbf the Biatii at tha Urn ot the exacotion ef the
Laaeel but all4hatoreealJ aerent bald that appotntr
menta the pleasure and op tioaof the Le.seaa. , j
ivsn r aaiT ia,
K.i USl niHj'J .'ii'iri: lOtUtPH COOPER, ::-.j
aaul.'.e t.:i.;ii-3 f
, na . ..vniwii, , .
155l',1.,ll Vf? 1J.-' ni-
.THONAO MOOBB,
TflOMAB BROWS. ,
oMbaPaMla Wik
m"c Leu
ds,Mz43tav?.yi
"If Llnea Shirt Boaoaa Pjin and Ieae-
.jt A4jea BhaaaaawXi.llawOarnaaA I
Llnea OaaaattaaAnd Loag Lawna.
ft . 1-n.- 4aw pockatandk fa, alletaeaj
IiW MW f LV. v Io.B To,llng, and Diaper
rA tcJ Maemkiaaa4D'()yuea. ;d ai)at'
Linen Table Olotheand Bella P.m.lrfc, -V'-"X
Llaea towele with eolotrd eofjera. vw w
aaof l;WaaaeValreoitoaaaaAVrhilf u 0
SOil- u yorMtatlowpncci.
.j. .,,' :-.t i-:-, mo Avar at arrajjm cs
.. IV -M , - ' -- - '
toaiia onnvaaoMt ,tRBwat i.tfaMroMi'
pabfS no.araoata winsueaa
S & Ui Ti CMITTENDErt-a?ur;q
,. ATTORNBYRft bAW,, V. anlta-wovq
tiMoFsr BllColnmba., Ohio, -Itl)0m
BTTC"! attantloB paid to Coitftl?n, ,, .
S 1 knrlftdOa . " ' - -( ' p " -'"m
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