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COLUMBUSJ
OHIO, ; TUESDAY" MORNING. '. AUG. -6 , 1
1861,
'I l't -J Ju
IDL DOLIASJ P2X ItAt, '
jUTarUblylBaidTaaet:
'1
0 AILT. TRI-WEEXIY AJID WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER; i
UBLI8H)EI AKD PBOPBIXTOBI,
r 1 1 1 1 1
O 0ffia Hoi. S6, 88 nd 40, Horth High It
1 '' ' TIRM8 INVARIABLY IN ADVAN01. ' ' :
Oaily - - . . S8 00 permr.
" By the Canter, per WMk, cnto. '
rri-Wewrly . i-f.i t 8 00 per you.
Weekly, - 1 . ' i 00 "
.'' .. .' (.'J ' i M '-vj iiv. -'if v .
nsinarelyeai...S20 00
One 41 month 18 00
One . " 0 months 13 00
Jne " 3 months 10 00
One - It months 8 00
ine " , 1 month. 5 00
On iqou S WMkt..4 M
One " IwmU., 3 00
One ' lwk... 1 75
One ' 3dw... 100
One " Ujt4.. 7
One " 1 Insertion M
DiipUycd dvrtiicmoDti half more then tbe abort
'tei.
Advertisimenta leaded end placed la the eolnmnol
' SnerlalNottoea,"(ociU4McUnaYfY;o.
' All uotlcea reqnlreA to be pabllihedby lev, legslretee.
II ordered on tbe IwWe aicluiiTely after the flratweek
par cent, more than the store rates; bat ell iucb wll
itneiirlntheTri-Weeklylthonteharge.
Buslneaa Cards, not exceeding Are lines, per jreer, ln
li le, $4 50 per line; outside 91. .
Not.ce of meetings, ehartUblee ooietiet, Are oompanlee,
half price -
AU trontitnt aivarUtsmantt mawl ba paid for in
a Ivanc tit rule will not be reiied (rem.
Weekly, same price as the Dally, where the adrertiier
sea the Weekly alone. Where 'he Sally and Weekly
tre both ased, then the charge lerthe Weekly will be
air the rates of the Dally . .
No advertisement taken except for a definite period, t
BUSINESS CARDS.
V' ;,F;A.B. 'gmms, ' ' !
Attorney At ILMtxxxr,
AND NOTARY PUBLICt.
Offloe-Ambns Building, opposite Capitol Square. '
, . , COLUMBUS, OHIO)
t .:0--(flL. OBBOHNE, ;
Attorney, & Counsellor at Law,
1 1 MARION, OHIO. ;
Machine Mannfactnring Company,
MAM0rOTDUM OF t
STEAM ENGINES BOILERS,
Castirsn, KlU-SeorlBj, Xaebinsry
ALSO, j
3rtcvllioaa. worls.
or itist Diaowrnon.
COLCITIBCS, OHIO.
0HA8. AH BOS, Bop's, .... , P. AKB08, Treat. !
deeii4 WiS-t
y.cr i i v j. i in
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecting at CrestUne with the PlITSBUEan, IT.
WATNE t CBIOAQO RAILROAD J
tbr IHtttiurgK, Philadelphia and BaUimor,' AIM
for Fort Way n and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with tbe LAKE 8B0RI BAIL
' ROAD
For Itnnkirttt Buffalo. Albatyr, Boa
. .. wnandNewJerk. -
THREE TRAINS DA'lLY, '
EXCEPT 8UNDAT, , T . !
", I ron Colosibtta, in connection wifh Trains oa the '
'LiT'ixe-niAmi - and -c!oi.uiriBrjs
AWP XEIM1A KAlAtRuAltS. ..
,. . IIBBX TRAIN. ..
NIGHT EXPRESS. Learea Cblunusat3.40 A.H (
will leave passengers at all stations south et Gallon,
stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington and Gliead, and
at all stations north of Oallon, arriving at Olereland
at 0:00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. U., Bufl.lo 4 85 P. U.
Albany S.SO A. It., New York &S5 A. M., Boston S:I0
P. M., PitUburgh via Crestline :80 P. M , Philadei
phis 3:10 A. at. Chicago via CreeUine at 7HK) P. Kf .. , I
BEOOND TRAIN -' Mu.'X j
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leave Oolnrobas at ll:'lt
a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for White Sulphur
HpHngs), Delaware, Cardington, Oallon, Crestline, 8hel
by. New London, Wellington smd Grafton, arrive at
Olevelaod at 3 p. m.t Doakirk, M p. aa. Bnl
flo,i liHitf p. m.; Albany, 845a. m.; New Yoik, l:iS
p. a.; Bcston, 4:40 p.m. This Train connects at inel
ey for Baodusky, and at Ouftan for Toledo, arrlrisf at
Toledo at 6:40 p.m. ...,, .,:..t:
. :--sj viu t..j . THIRD IRAIN.; "''''
MAa' AND" AOrOUMODATION-Leareg Ooiumbas
kt 8.30 p. ra., Wil step at all stations South of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington,'; Grafton,
and Berea; arriving' at Cleveland at 8:30 p. m.t Dun
kirk, 8:00 a. m.; Buffalo, 330 a. m.; Albany, 8:80 p. m.j
Newlork, 7 SO p. m.; Boston,' 11:45 p. m. PitUburgh,
' via Oreatllne, at 11.-5S p. m. Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Chicago, via Oreatllne, 0:45 a. m. This Train connects
-at (Shelby for Banduiky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
el 8: JJ p.m.
' i 'i . .!... t'n I miv.I 't-ul
Patent Sleeping Can are run oa all
' Sight Traini to CMoago, Sow
" York and Soito..
Sagaag Checki Through io iW Tork and lo'tton
, via aUmdj alto, to fhiladelpMaand ,. ;
Saw lorkvia On$Uina.
7 ; '!R ETJDRNIN O.; - ' ,
w Night jixpreta arrives at Ooiumbas at.'.lil:l5 P. U.
Cincinnati fcapresa arrives at Columbus at 10:80 A. H.
AocommodaUon Ezpresa axnveaet Oelueabaa at 7:50
- i ' "
'Fare ae Low sta br any otner Bonte
Atk fur TichtU tia Crullin vr CUvland,
H V M S. f LINT,' W f
Bnperlntendent, Olereland, Ohio.
JAJIE8 PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbus, Ohio.
Coflaboj, iune lT,r16Jl.
. iw xwctiTtai . ,
CH OREEN and BLACK
rAtAS lOOsaes prime Rio Oonre.- -o.i
150 pockets old ButobGorernment Java Coffee. ,
18 bags Ceylon Ooffee. T "
.. 80bbls. standard White Sugars, oetiikrtlnf rf Pew
dred, Chraabed, Granulated A and B Ooflee. i
SOtnlnUlsOeorgeBaakOodflsh. ' '
. HO btoU. Uesa and Ko, 1 ItaokereK ! - C OCr
ft tee. Pick Salmon. , v - oa aol.rr
100 Int. Layer Ratslne. ""'""1'"'"uii a,,u
. SUbf. box do .,, do J i Baf C,3,
100 er. box do de ..,.,
100 M Olgara, different brands and grades'. T
aov87 . i. WM. atoDONALD.
M. C. LILLE Y
And Bla4i-Book-Kwufsnturer,
hobth mios iram, coivkbvi. omo
TT
DClsAINBVt ' J-' !' ii..-liiHa el
(JAL1COE9,
nECK-.TlES). f j. i-f no ni'V.tct i:- id
., JDstepenedby. ., ,. .u-,.,;,:l ,r
au m
r arne'
apraw f, If I t H
Ho. 89 loath Elgh street.
NEW HOOP ISIBIi,
f n i Jo o. W, OQTB'filaS STBItt. . t
HnVe lust reselved a new make of HOOP tthtt
ftaishe4Is)4 awaaer tar superior to any yet lntredaeed
bX)ORABLLITT AND ORACErUlNE89.:
rnktl. .
WOKOESTKR'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICnOMY.
V r ..... ,
Tito IatestTho IarMstThe Beit,
Th Cheajjeit BeoiuM thBit,
'The) moat tteIlWL Standard Ana
tnorlty of tbe Enaxlleb LangaaKo.t
'. " ' 8toffwuirwtJGn4naniEiuatori of Qhio,
'THE BEST .fcNGLIBII DICTIONARY EXTaNT.
a .in ; Uttrarjf JCm SHrfViKtr.
"lie i a are nnwanUof a ttniidnJ Theaaand Words.
Whose multifarious mean ton and derivations, toewther
wiu met i correct spelling, and pronunciation are clearly
est before the eye.''
- - Cincinnati QmmarolaU
Mtad th Dnltimt of the Xembtrt of Iht OMtBlait
. I,.!"..! eKUIeT'f laueootustow,. i i.'i-
aThe anderstgned, members ef the Ohio State Teachers'
Slid SDeaklnlr. tha orthnaranb enil nmnnnriatiofl o
aieooianon. anom ana aim to nu in uaininr. wnuns
Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary, and we moat eer
iiiv ncomoena it as ice moat reliable stanaara a
uonty of
t the English language, as It Is now written and
spoken
ZoatN Axmsws, President Eeayon Oollon.
i It. D. Ltwsrrr, Baperlntendent Zanasvllle 8chools.
Taos. W. Baavsr, Bup't Hassilon Union Schools.
H. f. Coweiar, Bup't Pablle Schools, Sandusky.
JOHN Ltmcb. Sna't Pnblln Schools. Clralevilla.
8. N. SaiiroRo, Principal Cleveland Itmala Bsmlna-
Wm. MtTCBitL, 8np'tPnbo8choolsiMt. Union.
JOBUt Oodxn. Prlnclnal Staka Normal School. AllnM-
SOU. ' .7 7 , ... ..
Orans Naeoa, Prtndpai Peurtu Is termed late School,
Olnolnnatl.
H. 8. Uaaiuti Sup't Canton Union Schools.
EnwiaaaMi,PriKipali:cNeely Normal School.
;, iu I. Tarr-Aic, Prof. Uatheauatioa, Ohio University.
. Wst. W. Bowaant, Snp't Troy Union School.
.A, a. Eenuae, Principal Wait High School, Clere
land. ....
B. A. Noxtoh, Associate Prlneipal High School, Clere
una. .
TacoBoai STaaune, Prlneipal High School, Clere
lend. -:
R. P. BtntlSTOM, Prlneipal Cleveland Institute.
J. A. tUariai, President ef Eleetie Initltute, Hi
ram. W. In Haaate, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wselssjan
arfwrettj .'(' : ' ' ...
H. B. aUurrr, ti-Cenunlsatonerof Common Ighouts
Ohio.
; JasU Hoxaoa, Prof. Rhetorie, Oberlla Collage. .
Tnoa. TJtu.. PpMnt AntiaAh Oalleee.
0. W. II. OiTBcaXT, Prof. Mathematics, Hlgn
achooi, Dayton.
8. 0. OaetUACea, Prof, language, High School,
Dayton. i
B. M. Baaata, Bup't Union Schools, Ashland.
Uon than Bia Bvn&rad other PretidenU ef Con-
mi, frofenort, Auuuira and vuMnguutta jHiuw
tort, kav4 andortti tk oovo unUmtnt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
H aBixtta Ooixma. "Tt la trnl a manhVsnt Work,
an honor to the author, tbe publishers, and tbe whole
country." President Andrews.
Ohio WmmurirrvrxiiTY-"It exceeds my expect-
tlons. It will be my guide In orthography and pros
elation, and will often be consulted by me for iU I
and accurate definitions." P restdsnt Thompson.
W. R. Eouono Ootuoss. "Hrretotore we bare aeed
Webster's orthoffranhv. At a recent meetlnc of oar
Iasnlty.it waa decided, to cbanre It to conform to that
of Worcester's Uoyat Quart Dictionary-"--President
warneiu. . . .i ini t'jA.:
Wtmu Rrsewra CotttosT find It worthy of
cordial approbation."1 President HiUneoea. -
Oixaxni CoLtiac. "It more than tneea any excecta-
tlons. I reoommend It as tbe standard authority In
orthoepy to. .my children and, mf papUa."f resident
Arrnoca flou.r"I adactand aha to ase la teaeb
log, writing and spec king, the orthography and prooaa-
nauon or woreesters jtearai, Hsauraiviaeiewy'.
rresMaet Hill. . ir-,:-. -o . ..... -.;..--..:...
"In all n writln. aneaklnr. and teaehlnr. I bare ea
desrored to conform totha rules for ortrmajraehy and
pronanotatloa as oontalaad la- Werceetere Steaaoaary
Horace efann, late Pretideni,
Etirriui Comae. OAMsin . 'I most cordially reoont
mond' It ae the most reliable etandard authority of the
Engllah languare as It Is now written and spoHrn."
rresioent Andrews, . . , .
J.ree ! W
3 J
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Sag. : Anton. Smyth, OommtitMonar cf Omnm
JSUAOOM SO VMO.-
"The Diotlonary Is an Imperishable monnmeot to tbe
learning and Industry of Ita author, aad aa bono to the
world of letters. The mechanical execution is far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted."
Irotn Eon. B. B. Barney. Rf-Conminianar J
ixAooit in vnio.
"Tbe most reliable standard authority of tbe bta
foage.'' ' .. :
. ,.." taa- .i .( r - ,, ;
Leadlna Nowerpprrei of Ohio Bay
Iromth Cleveland Harold of March 2S. ',.;
the orthography of the Worcester Dictionary is that
ased by most, it not all, an than of distixsrtsM an this
country and England, and conforms to tbe geanwal osage
of ordinary writers and speakers. - - ,i ...
Whatever prejudices aaay bare existed previously, a
oarerai sraay a tats rtuamo will mranaDiy aoiiowau
by a warm appreciation of lagnataaarits, and a desire
to add It to the well setae ted library, be la large or small,
It la a library lnltsel, aad will nsaalu an . Ineperiaha
ble record ef the learning ef lUeosaplaee-.- : ..
from the Cincinnati Commervial cf AprU 20. 1
1 Hers are onwards of a hundred thoasand Words good,
bad and indifferent whose multluxicne mean Inn and
derivations, together with their current spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before that eye. The work le
unquestionably the greatest ThesanrM of Eagiiah Words
oyer puouanea.
Iromth ClHxkmd PlaindoaUr of Sept. ), 18(0.
Evidently Woacxsm's Royal Qoajito DictIokaXT U
not enltt Me lot, srf (Ae aarr eeort Ik Una tnarif
MMd.andean by no possibility suffer by comparison or
controversy.. : t..- ..: i. .... . . ; .
From (h Toledo SXadt of. May 89.
' As to raoitcecuTiCa, Woacisna ts ths Stai Oaxs
followed by ear best authors; In definitions he I aavee
nothing to be desired, and in OanooaAnrr It Is itrS,ttcnt
to say that Woactarxa can be eafely followed.
inl' 'INOHAJS eVBBAGG,
Pnbliahera, Bookoellere k Statlonseita,
NO- 101 BUPEHIOB BT., CLEVELAND, 0HE9.
.. .r. -vi '.
.
THEJ MUTUAL BENEFIT .
ia. L:.s .1 i.'Uii ; -.Ueiir , all I
NowAsrls.;"' 10-' aT.
It
Dlrldeaa Janaarr 1 1 1 sei 4 S Pea- Cent,
cii'i -r : t i.re :.iu. u.
ABSEIB 83,8130 SO,
Statement January; It 1861a j
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1800 3,408,501 Si
Received for Premiums dur- . . j
log the year IBM) W3,0S 1 S5 1
aseeired for (ntereet daring ' 1 ' 1
i the year I860 ...-s....... 814.014 19 a i -
' Total reoelpt for iaoo'..'..t9r?,W7 74 '. ui' 1
PatdOkalmabyDeathii.eOO.UO . ,iw , . , !
Paid Pelapiaa aerrea- -n- i i. ( i
t dared. .t.-i... 41,111 88. - ,-i .j.-i. v..j fcv-.
Paid Sasariee.iuPoita .... ,.i i, , -i.-vj-K''
daMXasMavitJiar.rli in.-i. . ,.nj , t.r'.j;
L ebanr,to,..n HJSIQ 54. l .-'.t ml
aldCesamJaasB,aO'.i. .-, v . -,,.,,jr,M, :
Agent.
Pftld PbjtloJ wa ttw 5 75
Pftld AonaitiMMoe,. , .1,617 00
, ,l l'ii .1' .s N.l-ii
,t.etu V : n
. IK 5. i .
Xi the tear .-...MifJo Sfj3,09l' 63 1: il,07a la-
Net Balance January 1st. IR81.
...iJ,81,$t8 SO
1 arwwe -
flaahon hand......
t,miv:'1
Bonds and Mortgages An Reap"-
1 JBetaas, worva aonoi to .: , ,,
amount loaned. ..... 8,387Jotl Oct . . i
Fremlum Votes, oo Policies , ,
taanlyarwlnt8pr'lj",,'',,
eat. mwrs. ... 1,878,884 IT ,V
i'-i ai.!i
Wal JUtata..uM"- . vu.mr 87
Loanson Scrip 4,83144
.
Premiums, Notes and oaaa, in
,)-tl
1 oenraeof rrammitalnn.
4SO n I
.,' fetal Axastr...,.,M..,....-v
... A3,au.556 to
,ST PaUetasm ftree, laMtriaf...'.. -tSt4f)v),(88
. l.iKaaw forkies have beaa kseei durtoj ttve rear,
Afteraeerenil saloaUHoa of the preeeat vsAee ef the
eniatandrnsr Poltctes of the Company, and Miring the
to lessrre tne rarer, me Directors
have declared a Dirrnms of 45 Mr cent, on I he Preml-
anas paM at the table rate, e all polMes for It fo la force,
leaned prior to Jeoeaj-y L, lm.pejaba aceoaitng to tha
Dreamt rule at the ennM...
Rates lor alt kinds of Lire OraHagenete,'' 'prcspset
"ea, Satomeatsv and Arvlloaaoiis, will Hi furnlthsd
wiTawTauKC shim viae etAgraajisa est tb osa-
w.?i,i art fl i5, R0VKa. Trsa IrsdxtCv
,M'i .Kat, etr,.'rT jr
ti a in- . . r1 ' fft" ""
'1lWoh;iM.;tV('i a OaWsaavbe
pi-AIN AND FlOCREn ftZ.ACK
ak. vaapB pibavo, en ererv eraoa. xna 1
ssesilsusat la the etty, sad at saeetreeaocabie re Ma,
AAXIf SON,
spiUI Ve.MiDMftrtotet
I
Scrofula; or King's Evil,
is a copjtitutiQnai disease, a corruption of the
blood, by iwluch this fluid becomes vitiated,
wean, ana poor. xieuic hi n vuwauon, it
penadaa the wliole body, and may bunt out
in disease on Any part of it. - No orfjan ia tree
front it attack, nor ia there one which it may
not destroy. The) scrofulous taint ia variously
caused by msrcuruu aisease, low living, aw
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, the depressing rices, and,
abOTO all, by tho venereal infection.1 What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descomimg from parent to cnuaren
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
It seems to be the rod of Him who says, "I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
their children.
Its effects commence by deposition from tha
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
tho lungs, livor, and Internal organs, is termed
tubercles in the glands, swellings; and on
the sur&ice, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in tho blood, depresses
the. energies of life, so tlint scrofulous eonvitu-
tions not only stiller Horn acroiuuius com
plaints, but they haro far less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases; conse
quently vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered .fatal by -this taint in the
system. Most of tho consumption which de
cimates the human family hns its origin directly
in thi Scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive diseases of tho liver, kidney', brain;
find, indeed, of all tho organs, mise from or
aro ntrtrravated hv the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous j
tlicir persons are invaded by this lurking in
fectfon, and their health is undermined by It,
To clconso it from tho system we must renovate
tne uioou cy an alterative meaicinc, ana m
vigorato it oy nenuny xoou anu cxctcibo,
Such a medicine wo supply in
' ayer's
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy wliich tlie medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remediate that hare
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and tha rescue of the
svstcm' from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other attcci
tions which arise from it, such as Envrrivi
and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's Fiiir,
Rosn, or Erysipelas, Pimpies, Fi'htli.f.s,
BtoTCHM, Hiatus and Bou.a.Ttmons, Tetteb
and Salt Rheum, Scald Hbab, Rinovtorm,
RiiEpfATisM, Syphilitic andMitcuwAi. Dis
easm. Diiopst. Ltpewm. Dekility, and,
uidccd. all Complaints akislno fiom Vitia.
teb ou Impvrb Rlood. Tho popular belief
in ' viipw dy of tit blood " Is founded in truth,
fur scrofula is a degeneration of tho blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of tills Sarjnpa.
rilla is to purify end regenerate this vital fluid,
without wliich eound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions.
Ague Cure j
j" oa jrn arccsr cubb or . '
Intermittent Fewer, or Fever and Avar,
Itctnlttont Fewer. Chill Fover, Dumb
Agau, Periodical Headache, or Itlllmis
Headache, and Bllione Fewer. Indeed
for tho whole alas of dlsoasoa orlRlnnt.
Ing In ItUlcrr deransreinont, causeu uy
the malaria or niiasaiattc tvoautrics.
We are enablod here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, le etui periecuy nanmcss in any
Quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. This
"Curb" expels the miasmatic poison of Fever
and Aoub from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first an.
preach of Its premonitory symptoms. ' It is not only
tne beet remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest.' The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach ef every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fever and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it aad use it freely both for cure and protec
tion, A great superiority of this ivmedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produce no quinism or
other inturiotrs elfecta whatever upon the cottetitu-
tioa. Those cured by it are left a healthy as ii
they had nerer hud the disease.
Fever and Aguo is not alone the consequence of
the miaamatio poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise trom its irritation, among wntcn sre
Neuralgia, Ruumatism, Oovi, fleatfaoht, BlhnU
nest. Toothache, Earache, Catnnh, Asthma, Pat
pitatim, Famful AfTtcUon of tft bpleen, Hyifnv
ace, ram irs te auk.dw, wm, - unu-n. "
mneoswnf thi Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this caase, put on the uiUtmilUi.t
tvf, or become periodical. Thi " Cuke " expel
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. - It 1 an invaluable protection to
Immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and ennnot
acoamulate fee sufficient quantity to ripen inlo di
ease, lienoe it is even more valuable lor protect
tion than cure, and few vrill ever suffer fiom Intcf
mittcnti if they avail themselves cf the piiAruica
thi remedy affords.' , ', ; , . ' " ,
rreptxed by Dr. J. C. AYEE & 00., Lcwcll, LI&3a
ROBERTS A SAUTJBL, Columbus, -
And bV DraKriitsend Dealan everywhere. .
erwfd,twa .-. 0 t . i . .
CASAJDIAS ft UJJ11ED STATES HAH
STEAMERS
TO AND FKOItl ' ifl
jLONDONDEREY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
U '- l-n i".' i aiad ' . i ' ' :- -t .
nrii
. sTha Moatraal Omasa Staauashla Company's flrst-clsss
fu U-poworea Clyde-ballt Steamer sail every Sate
a raay msn rvaxaianv, carrying ue vauauiao aaa
Untied State Stall ana passengers,
1 1 HORWEaUW. ' NORTH AMEBIOAN,
1 I" BOHBMIAN, ' ' ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON. - . HIBERNIAN,
, CANADIAN, . . .. NOVA BCOTIAN. 1
Shortest, Cheapest andQalcltoatCon.
AMERICA TO All PARTS 0? VT&dTX.
; io Itatoa ot IMsavafce to Europev
:.g 'x;Mj ijijaov ea. tjso. i : t
srniasAi frrea LIVERPOOL every tYeanoeday
aad fresn OtT jtBHO overy Satardart celling
LOKDONDKfUlT, to race Ira on board and land Malls and
rumsm. to and from Ireland aad Scotland.
- TjjrtmoM Sssaxeer are built of Iron, in water-tight
evmparaasnts, eany easa an expaneooea aargeoa, and
esej,, stsnauoa ia pw av uie wwiui, ,uu wmingwr
Ain. r numiM, A theTDrooeed direct to LONDON.
CERT, the great risk aad delay of calling at St. John's
feawetdasV "" "V- -''' '
. flhane tisasaafw are famltk4 with rase tasaag
tkMatoaadfromAioaaonaerry. i. ,
- . .... .1 MnM Ml..
tracasee tsawed for earrying t and bringing oot pa.
ex mam team all the eiuaapai town at ureas enoaaand
I.aalancV at roirasc rales, ayinianne si sicaawn, ana
by-the WASUaNOTON LINE Ql BALUHQ PA0K.SIS
Ia. rlia Lirsroool every weak. , v-
SI matt Dralte tor 41 and npwarda tar
able in Knsrlaad. Ireland, fleet-
,f-;i u i.-ii-.laaA.ej wsUee.
I ea ssaiass. siilr S1 t-T ff" 23 BROAD
W. AT, New York, and 19 WATElt ST.,
aVl vorpoois t 7 . r f , ef T ... ;
. . - SABEX k ISASIX, estitral igtnU,
'tf'K'JiJ til ARMSTRONC. )
.. cllyaitw, -t, , ,x fei 08oe.j0elaabuj,phlo,
I I ATH TflTJ nlFinrnTTED BIT
H JAMES ADOR BAIN sa partner la my bad
ness, which will bet after bs senduered edetebe trm
oTBrdaaaon. " - P.BAlN.MHoathUigh Si.
Co loabae, fab 15, 8ei. - ' fab IS
ia ' " in r lil a 1 i ,, ;,i - 1. 1. ,
(Lata of Pbalaa'a stabliabasst, at. Tl Pioarteta
ansa avw im iuunumi, paavue:. aaair uauiaf
Sh smpeonlng, Oar ling and Dressing ialoosa, Ea4 Slat
straet, wm tne roes vmsa, waen sauanwuoa
artrea ta alLtbe varlou snoobee.
Ladle
OMUiwall Ig rslii aoa la the beet rtyls.
Itw-eiy
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cinoinaatl, Daytoa k Indiaiiapolist
Through to ludiaqsjooll srltboat Change of Cart
and bnt CRU Change of Cars between ' ' ''
Colambus tnd St. Louis. J ' .'
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
. ''I..- . J .i.-t:l aamm ' ' 1 , ' !,!
t.i, ; FIRST TRAIN.- . i v
ACCOMMODATION at S . m.. stopntne at all sta
tions between Oolamaos aad Olnolnnatl aad Daytoa, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10 Of a. so., and at Dayton at
8 10 a. a., oonnecUsc at Daytoa for Indianapolis and
the West.
1.
SECOND TRAIN.
no. isArABDOii ii.vun. w.aa-oppujg atecuersua,
London, Uharleston, Cedarrllle, Xsnla, Spring Valley,
. .mnaia i . . . n i . ,
uorwln, yrseport, fort Ancient. Morrow St., Lebanon,
roster's, Lorelana and MlKeri, arrlvlnc at oinslnnau
at 4 10 p. a.,Daytonal9.45p. m.,conoectlnlth tbe
Ohio and alisalsalppl Railroad for Louisrllls, Ky., Vln.
oennes, Oslro, Be. Louis, NsW Orleans, etc.: at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago and
all Westora points. -
THIRD TRAIN.
KAIL at 8.10 D. m..stmDtnvat all atatlona between
Columbus and Xenia, and at Spring Valley, Oorwln,
Morrow and Lorelaad, arriving at Cincinnati at 8 . m.
FOURTH TRAIN. , '
NIOUT EXPRKSS. vis Dayton, at 18 00 midnight.
stopping at London, Xante, Dayton, Middle to irn and
Hamilton, arrlvlna at Uinolnnatlat 5.25 a. m.i at Day
ton at 2. Ma. m.; connecting at Cincinnati with lb
unto and Hieaiaaippl Kail road tor Louisville, cvansvuia.
Vlnoennes, Cairo, SI. Louie, Memphis, New Orleans,
and all polnta South and South-west; alao, at Daytoa
tor Indianapolis, La layette, Jarre Haute, Chicago, eto,
TT7 for farther Information and Through Ticket,
appiy io at. a,, uvua.ru i, xicxeiagent, union vepot.
uoiumous. .
P. W. STRADER,
- Oeneral Ticket Agent, Olnelaattl,
JNO. W. DOBBRTT,
Agent, Columbus,
E.W.WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Olncicnatl.
Colambus. July 14, JSC!
CENTRAL OHIO
AND—
AND— Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
CONNEOtlNS AT BELLAIRE WITH THE
BALTIMORE & OHIO;
AND AT PITTSBURQn WITH THE , (
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
IRAILEOAD:
.. I0RM1NQ THE ., . " j
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
- Home to all Eastern Cities L
4 . , . , . . . J.D . .
Trains Leave Columbus as foliar : ; .
' 1 ' MORNINO XXPREBS -' '!-
Leaves Oolnmbu S.30A. M. from Cnlon Depot, via
Bellalre or Steubenrillet arrives at Bellalre, 1U.M A.
M.i bteubanville. IS. 80 P. M.i Hiteburgb, 3.40 P.M,
Barrlaburg, 1.10 A. M.i via AUnUnun, arrive at New
York 6.00 A. M.t via Philadelphia, arrive at Phila
delphia, 5.10 A. M.I New York, 10.30 A. M. Oonnacta
also at Barrlsbnrg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.43 A. M
ii i ..
Bleeping Cart attached to this Train
Praia Colombo, ran directly through to Bellalre or
Pittsburgh wlthoul change; and Passengers via Allea
town arrive In New Xork at 8 A. M.,
iniwo Housa in advance oj noribxrn
LINES.
This Train also oonoects at Bellalre with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
. PIITBBTJRQH EXPRESS. , !
Leaves Coluabus II 85 A. M , from Cnlon Depot, via
Hteubenvllle; arrives at Newark, in 50 P. M. Coshoc
ton, S.15 P. al.j Hteubenvllle, 0 P. M.; Pittaburg, 8.40
at. irrrbla Is the only route by which Passengers
can leave OlnclnsaU at 7 A. M., go through to Pitts
burgh la daylight without change of car or delay. .
111 " ! -. 1
i . PAST LINE. . .
Leave Columbus S.1J P. M., from Colon Depot via
neuairej arrives at Newark, 3 t r. Al.i xanesriue,
33 P. M l Bellalre.T .55 P. M.i Pltrstmrgb, 11.25 P.
.; Barrlabarr. 9.00 A. M.: Ha AUtntotcn. arrlraa
at New York, 4 P. M.; wfcs Philadelphia, arrlvee
rniiaaemnia, i.ju r. m.inew xork, e r. a, xnis
Train also connect at Barrlaburg lor Baltimore, ar
riving atl P. M. '
This Train runs thronrh to Bellalre or Plttabuntwith-
ut abasse of Cars; and from Pittsbnrc there la no
ekawge ef Oar to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
Mew xw-Uiu oOeilog i
The only Route from Colnmbus to Biltimote,
' rtnladelphia, or new York, with only
one obange of Cars. i
Bv thi Train Passeneer arrive In New Toik fir
noun in advance or in northern lines.
This Train also eoanect at Bellalre with tbe Baltimore
saAOUaa.lt. a -.u i . -. ; ......
JTThis Route Is1 30 miles shorter io rittabnrg,
ana -more wan iw mues snorter to
" New York, than Northern Lines. , "
Baggapt Checked Through to all im
port ant Points ait.
1
ASK IOR TICKETS VIA
BELLAIRE OR STEUBEN VILLE,
Tiokete Good over either Itonte.
JN0. W.BROWN, 1
(lea. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R.
" ' I. A. HUTCHINSON, '
'Sen. Tkket Agent Steabeartlle Short Line.
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LGRiClTURAL WAREHOUSE
:;;Aid Sec5d Stop;.-.!1
'"'"v l--iir
i ' Jim in: ' ' aw- . c i .:
GENERAL HARDWARE;
'.- NATLS, 0LAS8, SASH, pOTTT.OOBt) AGE, !
dune, Pianola, Wood Willow Tte
'sther and Uubber Belting, lac Leather, Bos and
r kin .... ...I . .. . . ahl.ttlv
PiNTLEIlEmS rVRNISnilVG
KJf ftOOBS. -1
Soreltits la Keck T wean soarve. .nfc
1 j I r: " ii i " Byroa and Oarrota Collara.
.1 l' -1
u Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs
nu Paris Eld Olovee, sonartoraaake. . ..i
tiolden Hill Bhlrta, various style., , ......
0 Bova' Golden Hill Shirts, do " l - '
t' Driving and Street O lores, do ;-v - i -.-ri'K
Beamed Pocket Handkerchiefs, various styles. . '
v Half Hose and Under ttanacnla. Q'
Half Hoe and Under Oanaaato.
air1 nil I i. -if ' WIS a SON,- '
r- " uo, 19 South High street..
aprllS
SOMETHINGTNEWe i
HOWARD S CO'S
AMERICAN WATCHES.?;
pALL AT NO. 83, SOCTU BIOH NT.
ana eiamine our new so has
1 t AMERICAN WATCHES.
manufkerured by) t. HOWARD A CO.; Boston, Mass
Tbse Watebe are far Mperle to snylhlng ejwt offered
b tb public, hSTatefor. Having aba esceiaalre agency,
I aaa sell the at pries to sail tb ttaesI hav)ust
rvoiTr a aaixr swica va ., yj, 1
" v; , , V AMERICAN WATCHES, ..i A
maiiufaotaSad by APPLETOat.TRACTA 00 7 atsl,
tJ assortment ef "vri
KNQLIEH AND SWISS WATCHKS,
la Sold sad surer Cases, at Pan l prices.
W. I. IATAQI,
Dally, per year ,.,..,SS 00
Trl Weekly, per car I. .. i .7. 3 00
Weekly, per yea, , 1 oo
[From the Boston Courier.]
Treatment of Wounded and Prisoners.
j aii ao uaimui naii uumiiianog, ia me rams! or
tho awful misfortune whioh haa bafaJU,n nnr
country, to witness the disposition manifested
by many of the newspapers, especially the Re
publican and neutral print of the baser sort, to
stir up among the aoldiery and the people a
savage spirit of hatred toward tha whole white
population of the revolted States. To be sure,
we ouum retorts. .... .. ..
This was the way is which, during the barbar.
eos ages, all wat were conducted. Nothing
was too rile to charge npon an enemy. Tbe
moment war was declared between two nations,
however treat mar hare been tha mntual rc.
gard and ceteem which existed between their
people betore, all the resouroes of invention
were exhausted in defamation to each other, by
the orators and the press. All readers of his
tory are aware of tbia. But we bad hoped that
civilization had so far advanced as to render
tbls Impossiblo for the iuture. Ths aavaee
spirit or defamation which manifested ltsel wi.h
such fury In England against tbe French Gov
ernment and people dutlog the Napoleonic wars,
wnen me ureat emperor was charged with ev
ery possible and impossible vice, and bis sol
diers aet down as fiends, was Indeed attempted
both In Europe and this country against tbe
present ruler of France. It waa attempted, too,
our readers will recollect, by tbe same editors
here, who originated the orusade against sla
very, who have caused the disgrace of oup arms,
and who are now trying tbe same game of de.
famation npon the Souther a aoldiery and peo
ple. Bat the shafts aimed at Napoleon III fell
short, or were so harmless that tbe fire was not
kept vp. In tbe Crimean war, and In tbe leal
lan campaigns, the enginery of defamation ba
for the most part been suffered to He in its rust
nnaiituiDea. l be Uombas got good spatter,
ing, yet as they probably deserved the best por
tion of what they got, that may be allowed to
pasa. But in tbe height of the belligerent ex
citement which has existed in Europe of late,
lying abuse has been ignored as too mean a
weapon to be employed against aoy enemy.
Oar friends tbe English hate terribly to give tip
an arm which they have found ao effective, but
tbe acorn of the world constrains tbem v ,.
It Is left (or that alliance of ideologists and
demaeoBues which has so nearly obtained con
trol ol affairs. in both sections of this renublio.
to take up these abandoned weapons, and try to
wield them against each other. Tbe abolition
press, which le too besotted to see, In the midst
of the great riaine of patriots to save the eor-
eminent and protect the Constitution, how use
less are such arms, too venomous and malicious
to forbear their use if they did, fill the columns
or tne papers wun laiaenooda about the cruel
ties or tbe boutnern soldiers to our men- True.
contradiction follows soon upon tbe falsehood,
but the impression which was desired is made
on tbe publio mlad. It is time that tbey should
meet the indignation of just minds, and be com
pelled to cease their defamation. But parties
who slander Scott will not hesitate to slander
aov man In tbe South. . . i '
. In all wars there will be violeuco and out
rage committed br a portion of the soldier, in
spite of every effort which may be made to re
strain tbcm-. These excesses wiU generally be
In proportion to tho average character of the
mass of recruits from whioh the army la made
no. In tbia respect the armies of the North
aad Sooth do not as a general thing greatly dif
fer, Balh are mainly recruited from a moral
and industrious rural population, and the mem
bers of both are equally filled with tbe idea,
however erroneous it may be upon one side,
that they are fighting In defense of thus coon-
Tar and the preservation of ita liberties. Such
soldiers, the villagers and yeomanry of Massa
chusetts ana uaronna, or Ualo aud Tennessee,
of New York and Virginia, will rarely be found
plundering, never outraging women, always,
even ia tbe. beat of battle, disposed to give
quarter and aselsf tbe wounded when in their
power, without regard to the aide on which
they fell- '
But there la a clasa of soldiers whioh the treat
cities have sent ont, and which are of a widely
different character. The Dead Rabbits, tbe
Blood Tubs, tbe Hug (Jglius, the Kilters, do
not lose their natures when they assume the
Government uniform another pattern of which
many of them have worn before.',' Destitute of
the loset shadow of moral training or religious
prlnolple, ferocious, bloody, raging with un
bridled passions, and clorvlne la a horrible de-
monism, these humart beasts whether- known
as the Billy Wilson Zouaves or .the New Or
leans Zouaves form body which do 'officers,
no matter what their ability and firmness, are
able to control, . 'Notwithstanding the benefit
sure to acoruo to the American cities bv the ab
sence of such A population, we could not re
strain our protest when we first beard of the en
rolment or men or the "Wilson boys" class, for
we knew the hatred their sets would be sure to
raisa against the national cause la the hearts
tne Southern people. We were not mistaken.
Ia the hospitals of the. Southern army our
wounaea receive tne same care aud attention
aa their own. Our men and officers who have
been prisoners and ' liberated r escaped, are
loud in tbels praises of tha eourtaey- and kind
ness of the Southern people. , Our dead ate
burled but with n exception no corpse In
red uniform, It Is said, receives the rttes oi sep
ulture I Tbe reason for this would hot be hard
to goeis, but there is to aeed for giessinK-
i an stones oi we souinero press, wnicn indeed
Is not always more trostwortr than our own.
robberies, murders and violence of most
atrocious charaoter inflicted upon unprotected
women in Virginia By military monster ia red,
is miiy connrmed Dv tbe aocouuts we set from
returned volunteer. , Here we have the humili
ating truth, that of the outrages of this war,
far, the largest sharo ef odium belones to dot-
uoboi our own army., we do. not wonder
the indignation of the brave men of Maasegbu-
setts who went oat to shed their blood solely
defense of the country end bet flag, when they
a any neara end sometimes saw suab infamies.
We asked one of them if be saw toy outrages,
such as the papers bad mentioned, committed
upon our wounded by the Southern troop.
'No," he replied, 'but I Saw1 many of them stop
to place eur men id comfortable position and
give them drink irons tneir c tnteens." Anotn
er brave and well-Enowa omaer or one or the
New York regiments, whioh was In the thlck-1
est or tbe fight, tbe gallant bam, declared to
friend that he fslLlhat be could hardly raito
bis hand again against a Southern soldier.
Such bravery, such courtesy, such kindness
prisoners and wounded, he bad never beheld;
while the "men in red uniiorma" on our elds
were guilty of lbs utmott auooulee. -0 .
We are aorrv to bare to- repeat snob state
ments, bat Justice requires that the truth should
be known. If this Is the truth, and we set
reason to doubt lt,1be,iker tbe government
disbands regiments, which never should hats
been eommlasioneda the better. .Nothine- wiser
baa been done by it yet, than tbe deportation,
wuy Wilson's , boysv. to uanta Koaa laleooV
If, a company of our philanthropists could
be sent gut! tot try and reform, thee and
were nit they suaeeed, there would be a nope
that the war might 'be wisely-end humanely
conducted boreal terto. There ia nothiog more
fierce and bloodthirsty than ft depraved soldier
unless it be a lull-blooded laaoiogtoi or the pu
Military Definitions.
military phrases, and these, like all teobnlctl
... nni..ln;l,l. tr. tk. r:.u.
lana who wish to learn something of the mlB
tary Drofesalon before hurrying on to Richmond
will find many of their misconceptions removed
by reference to the military dictionary of
If. L Scott, a book on which the fblratHng
are baaed: .'hsoiUM ii)'
Mabtial Law Is one of those vague terms
nsed by every one and understood by few.
as wherever our armies go martial law Must
a
of
so
at
in
a
to
least be partially enforced, Ita powers and lim
itations should be knows to all. Ia time ef war
tbe military commander most have certain ex
troardinary powers, which la time of peaoe
would Justly be called tyrannical. These pow
ers sre limited by ths Constitution of the United
8tatess so that tbe effect of martial law ia net
to subject oltisens to trial by courts martial, but
merely to deprive tbe right of noieai corpus of
its force. In Baltimore, for instance, General
Banks haa the right simply to Imprison or oth
erwise detain cUixege considered dangerous,
bat no further punishment can be inflioted npon
a suspected person until be Is found guilty by
the ordinary civil courts. ' Martial law has fur.
tber powers, beyond the Daited States, or in an
enemy's country. The muoiqipal laws have
then no authority, and, in (he absenoe of laws
made by Congress, the cemfMnder commands,
prohibits and punishes as bis own Judgment dic
tates. Martial law Is, therefore, as Oeneral
Scott declared in Mexico, "aa nnwrittea code
as an addition to tbo written military code pre
scribed by Congress In the rules and articles of
war, and which unwritten code all armies, In
hostile connlries. are forced to arlnnt. not onl
lor their own safety, but for tbe protectloa ef
.us uuuueuuiDg innanitanis and tneir prop
erty." ' . . -. - r r.
MiUTaar Law, so frequently confused with
martial, 4n popular parlance, la totally differ
ent. It is comDrised of all thoaa law
Congress for tbe creation, government, regula-
iiuu, sun Buppwi or armies.
. Stsatiot and Tactics are two unfortunate
words naed popularly as synonyms. Tbe distinc
tion is obvious, and should be generally known.
Strategy la the art of concerting a plan of cam
paign a system of operations determined by
tbe object of tbe war, ths character of tbe ene
my, the nature of the country, and tbe means of
attack or defense. Tactics is the art of band
ling troops; it provides for army organisation;
fixes the proportion of Infantry, cavalry, artil
lery; governs the method of attack and defense,
and examines the nature of weapons. The close
connection of the two arts makes it too easy to
confuse their natures and true discrimination is
more necessary. In a report of the battle of
Carthage it Is said that "the officers of the rebe
troops showed great ability in their maneuvers!
ana maca strategic skill." It Is plain tbe
writer should have said tactical skill.
Abatis sre rows of felled trees deprived of
their smaller branches, tbe remainder interlac
ed and employed for the defense of redoubts,
isolated posts, or for blocking np roads.
An Adjotaht Gcncsal ia tha nrtnelDal ore-en
of the commander of an army la publishing or-
aers. tie nas ine choree ol tne armv corres
pondence, etc., and among bis active duties
are tbe establishment of camos. Icsoection. con
trol oi prisoners, and making reoonnolssances.
ambulances are hying hospitals for the con
vey auce of the wounded with the march of the
army.. 1
' BASBtTTE Guns are said to be in barbett
when tbey are so elevated that, instead ot firing
throDg'a embrasures, they can be fired over tbe
crest of tbe parapet. The result U a wider
range. ' '. ' ' ' ' ' i
tussAscais An embrasure is an Opening out
la the parapet, through which the oannon in a
fort is fired. .,,,,..
Bask or Omaatioiis A secure line of fron
tier or fortresses, from whioh advances are made
and apon whioh troop may retreat. '
. Aiatvrr in the united States army brevet
means a commission to hold rank la tbe army
at large, as distinguished from rank In a pirtla
ular regiment or corps. " '
BaiOADi Two regiments Of cavalry or infan
try constitute a brigade, .
Cadet A cadet is a warrant officer, and wart
rant officers rank below commissioned, eioercls-100-authority
by warrant only. '
Causia Caliber oi bullets Is determined by
tbe number required to weish a pound: of euna,
by tbe weight of the shot used: of columbiad.
mortars and hosl'cers, by tbe inches of their
ammeters. i
Cartel An agreement for exchange of pris
oners. . . t
Caseuatx Vaulted chamber with embrasures
for guns, and need in war as quarters for the
garriouu.
DiviLADtstacensIots In raising the parapets
oi a fortress, so as to conceal its interior from
tbe view of an enemy on an elevated position.
yirxoTutNT All tactical maneuvers intend
ed to pass from close column to, .tbe order of
battle, are deployments.' ' i
- Division A division generally consists of
two brigades, commanded by a Major-General.
Eirn.ADi To sweep the whole length of the
face of aoy work or line of troops by the fire of
a battery.- ' ,
" EsCalaT). A place la taken by 'escalade,
when ladders are need to scale the walla.
' Esplanade Empty ' Space for exercising
troops within fortifloatlons. ;
' Fascinis Long cylindrical fagots of brush
wood, naed for strengthening earthworks or to
make firm footing on marshy ground."'' , ' I
- Flans Tbe right side of a body of men or
plso. Thus, when it is said that the enemy,
by a fiank march, outflanked our right wing, it
is meant that thq enemy, by marching parallel
to bur line of battle, put himself In position on
our extreme rieht. i
. Foaaana ia often confused with marauding,
but la the systematic collection of supplies by
authority. . . , ,
FlAVtaSACK Adsr for carrying provisions.
IftLroe PiCstsT A body of men, in campaign,
neia reauy to maron wnea causa bdob. -- r-;i
. Lodomint In a siege, lodgment signifies the
occupation of a position and the formation
tn entrenchment to defend it gainst recapture.
- Piokxt Literally, ebarn stokes. Generally
ased to specify a detachment whose principal
doty la to guard, an armyirom surprise ana
oppose reconnoitering parties of the enemy'. .
KiDoosTs Are worts inoioseo on aii sues,
generally square or polygonal."' j .
. Rioochit Gone fired with a small oharge
and a low elevation throw ricochet shots, whioh
bound alone the ground or ramparts- .
Salient Tbe salient angle oi a rortincauon
la an anele prelecting toward trie eountry. ' '
Sally Ports Openings to afford tree egress
to troops tbr a sortie or sodden cnarge from
fort-" ' ' "'""
' Sap Tha saa Is a method of making treeoh-
es, In which tbs workmen are protected from
musketry by sappers rolling a large gabion
(I. e , a cylindrical basket filled with earth to
ward tho enemy. '.a-jo t.v, ;i i (;t t-: i
Shxlls A ahell is a hollow shot, with a hole
to receive a fuse or alow match, and filled with,
powder, to burst it at the end ot its range: ;
8qcaobon Two companies Or troops of oa
alrv. or.' ir.-.' vl ; .-; j.-jn At ;W-
Sobaltebji A commisu3oeA officer below
captain. , ... - . .. -
ViDima Sentries npon outpost, placed
observe movement of the enemy, ana to com
snunicatebyBlgnal. il ; -n tr e ) ' ' -
i
no
of
kept
Cot.
oi
servatlons .
But
at
E. M; v WILLIAMS & CO.;
Front Street, Bettreea State anflTovnt.
rpnir oLi cabbiaob:
tha nreaaar of late rears nas sei neariiy - T
apra her tusmlng gears, be a) still tone- " ' '"
ar out thos splendid PUJfTONd, KOCEAWATS,
PRINC1 ALBERT'S BHUTINO TOPS nd NO-TOP
BTJOOIES, ;ABRIAei aa.FK.BBB, BaBLRTUM.
n E MOO RAT and Q ROUS it I WAOON S. SMALL OMNI
BUSKS and HACKS. -Twenty years steady seanufae-
torrag ba give ar rnrra wijte-eye iwpBtaUao
n,ni,k the South and West.
W tberaroe oeea is aanereeaavy no sayany nine; saa
hi regard to ah ouality of , our work, ,W waibawt
tvxav Vxnicu. W can Mil ooo Tor Buaaia froa
(lit to t50 :-jW O'-inj tla. J ,,-.:-.i- ' -j
Dealer can be furnished with any amount of work
short aetloes and at prtoea lowaa-thaa eaa be swwgM
whertin tn nasi, oeoona nana auggMe nut IAS
charm for now work. . ' - '
TTT'Renaiiine dew eeatlvand a abort aottoKl
tory oa I root, betwaeja Stat and Town street, Colum
bus, Ohio. - '..v j. iu i'-.,ai
'1L7AII ewwatiaaletas WW receive pvewpt aUentlck,
A ox- i wiy . in. a. wiLuiiMS a ou
'" ' ' ' 1 1,1 ' " V H''i'
. ATlVaaTISIMBlfT.
mm
tor the Instant rsliu
PERMANENT CCKB of
dbtreeslng sotoplatot ose
Ml h .rf.'Tct rot " fi r If -r r.-ir
iB&OGCIIIAAViaAXlXXTS
saaue m w- vw., .'ii i m .
awAi
i
rrse 0 Pr ooxi sana are ay pees.
OA SALE AT ALL DBUQQIITS.
sai-dAwljrt
,
i
I
!
to
1
and
i '
re
I
at
any
fse
tl
-STONE'S BAZAAR.
No.4'Gwwirirt
T ii m w
' A. B.IST0NE 4; CHiEEi"-
this market. The tuuh n eeoMbt to
.TgSln eg bearaTp
ual,uotUy of rich goods, aad this f eeYiTJf SL
Importers to sell theVat potdto asiv oiil
BtoMjbjU'S l. New ToHtb'b
advantage of thorn, and w can and wi lnL 1 1 oTr.
br, at le than any on waoTurXZd o irl
paid for tbea la New Yerk. Onrioc a7'
every department of " "eosapleto In
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILE3
OTTOMAN VELOURS, :
BROCHE VA1ENCIA3, ""'
PRINTED MERINOS,' '
: ' - PRINTED COBURGS,
Rf.ar-.ir a to a r a'o ' DYED COBUGS;
Ml,
UnLCABS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, '
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Rve Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
LADIES FURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
M t?,lto aad Children's Under Shirts and Drawsrs,
Ladles, Misses and Children's Hosiery of aU kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool,- fleecy Lined and Cotton Olores
of every make.
' ALSO -I
A complete assortment of all the natml
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS.
CA83IMERE3,
OVERCOATINGS.
FLANNELS,
' RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand-
kerohiefs, do., &o.
to persons who call on us, we pledge oar words ta
show them tb largest, best aad cbeapeet stock of floods
erer seen In this market, or pay them on dollar per
boar while looking.
decl-dlyStawltw. STONE A O'H ARRa .
NEW
ARRIVALS
OF
Summer
Spring
Millinery,
The Stools Rarplenlahed
DATTiY
FROITI aVATEST IfllPORTATIUS i
NEW YORK.
'"' 1 srr stock oi : :
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is bow complete, oomp rising every variety ol at Ills
ery; also, a large assortment of Eabroidstlss, Hosiery
and NoUon. A., tnd ta quantltla aad price that can
not fall to suit all who may favor us with a call. Tbs
goods bar been bought at Panic prices, and wll! be sold
at a small advance on ool.
MILLIBERY
Miss M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
will superintend tb alirtinery Department Her long
experience in tb moat Fashionable EitablUhment ia
Broadway will alone be a warranty that ah will be able
to giro entire satisfaction tn matters of rule to all wbo
may favor her with their orders.
The Ladies ef Columbus and vicinity will L, tease ac
cept my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
would respectfully solicit continuance of tb same.
R. H. WARE,
68 Eaet Town St.. Oolaanbns, t.
TO WHOM IT MAY C0HCEH5.
The Public Works of Ohio.
Ornca or rax Lain or tb Public Woaxs '
OoLosraoa. Jon 13. IBB1. I
TIIB underslirned harugbeooao to Lessee of the
Public Works of Ohio, onder tb act of Mav 8. 1SU1 .
and having entered into tb poseaesloa of said Works,
nereoy give notice mat in operating under (aid Mass,
and discharging their duties coder the earn, the busi
ness will be transacted With tho pablle through agent
appointed by tbe Lessee, under suoh rales, regulations,
restrictions ana limitations, aa shall be prescribed for
their government.
Thos Areata tor to c resent, will consist of on 0 on
ers! Agent, a Treasures- and Secretary, tor tb Central
Office of tb Leasees at Columbus; and tb ntosseary
numosr oi superintendent of ate pairs aoa Uelieaters ef
Tolls oa the several Works embraced in ths leas.
Tbe General A rent (ball be tb orinelDal axaeatlv
ofioer of tb Leasees, and shall hav chary of tb gen
eral business office at Columbus. B shall bar supar-
visioa ovar tbe business of the Lssssa with the public,
and as such agent shall execute all contracts, except
those ror labor and material ootmsMo ants to oral ae
ry repair of tb several Work, and he shall audit aad
aettle all accounts.
Tn datie of tb Treasure aad Secretary shall t
such aaare usually discharged by atmllar ottosr in other
ae.
The Srrpe rin ten dents of Repairs shall, on tbair re-
spec live divisions, bar power to employ and discharge
all subordinates and laborers, and to parches all tools
and materia is necessary in the erdlcarv rasair of such
division, and the earn shall be under their special dl
reotioa and management,
. The Collectors ot Tolls, Water Recta aad fine, or
Invested with sll the authority and power, provided In
the law of the Bute and the ragalattoa of lb Beeatd
ot Public Works, mad for that purpose, whan each Col
lector actea anatr p potatoes! and aatotrtty trssa ths
tat.
. No individual member of the Lessees shall bar ths
right to trans business la the aasxa ef tb L amass,
wttu any parson or persona, in any outer aaeaae than
through the appointed areata, unless specially authoris
ed by lb Lmsee o to do; nor shall any on of the ap
pointed agent hare minority to transact any kaulaee
in tne nam oi in leasees, except in la parucaur
branch ot tb business cenSded to his, lad subject to
the restrict! oas and limitation of hi agency. .
No authority to borrow aaoney on tb credit of th
Lcaase, shall aver exist to any Leases, agset ar ether
employs of tb Lessee, unless tbe saa shall be esn-
rarrea oy ananunou rent or in imssss, aa a regsiar
meeting, end the eaaeant so aatherlaed to b ssrrowsd
speolfled Io the order and entered on the Journal.
us, vr. aawv rxmrr as ua ueaoiau agens isi
Lessee, Beu.mi B. BatTM. Treasurer, jand Joa
Jorcx, BecreUry. .
TlM8apr1nMsoxntoVHTlrr; ' '.,,
On the M. A B. Canal and W. RAM. Roe4 Joearx
Ooosra, Tasaat Baevrw, Wat. J. jAenowa sad AaasaL.
Baosos- i .... , -
On th Ohio, Walbondln and Hock In- Canals and tb
Maakinsrum Iapronmsat Roaasrr I, aoeem, Isseau
Mrxu. Den m kicOAXTatr, STtvcsTia Maaaaav and
EawABO Baix. ' ' , . a.v
Th Collector oa th Casals, aasklaawa Inprovo-
ment and Macro ee Road, are tb lam that war la tb
erriotof th Siat at tb Use ol tb execs ttsn at tte
bnt all th eforeesi earaas held their PDIat-
aents at th pleasar aad ptloa of lb Lssaee j
. H.BNT asui.
J08BPB OOOPa,' :-
WM. J. jAOKSONi
a. ,
ARNOLD MBDBSRT,
'.tisabv eft. 'to ,.:
0f! Siitat l
i THOMM MOOBB, -..
THOMAS BBOWaf,
Lessee of th VobH Wertt
!,l . l '. .'I If"
:m ll
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Irish Linen : Goods, ,
WAUHAOTBAVCABBIO - -Lines
Shirt Bosom Plat and Vaaey
ahlrnnsud Boaoaa Linens.
.)., Linen flhsstlna sad Pillow Cessna. .
1 .1-.' - Llsea Oambrlend Loo Uwa.
. .utox .'I .0 Lions rekee-laK,tk,aH gas.
, Lines Towlllnasndpiir
Ui.n-)1. V "tins llapelneesdD'Oy lie. .-TT.
c,yLtae Table CloUtSatmrjejaak. m VJ
Linen Towel with eulored konl.rs.
,.n-;i.i:f UatoBoatrOvrcirtasweartOftah. Air
, for sale at lowprtoee.
. BATJT A toxr
ii-;i f ! K. S Bos lb Iiixb etreet.
-'' ''I), 1 1
STSSJI OBlTTXKBgH, . . . PENBT t. CRITTSitesS v
.eH.T.XHITTCN3C!l..''.j
7 i; c-fil iAWaNBisTi.Ar,...f! wiT
UJ1 OBosa, B89 Broadway Terh. Cly, In4
Paxsoss Btnunst, Coluabs, Ohio.
UTtJarefuI atlsatloa paid to Collections. .
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