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Daily
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DiiPitm ladvcrtltticiiits bait noriilaaaahe above
vatea.
, AdtiMon leaded and-pHeedtln irjie-ioolaiaa of
' -AUuuIIcm required to be pubUahedby Uw, legal rates.
i ( ni eyed on tbe lnlce exoluetvely titer tin fin wee
jper cen:, more than the above ratei; but Sllittch wjl.
-4tear'tnlhe.rri.Weekly vrtthoutcharge;-. -Bunlneai
Card, not exceeding lire lines, petjeai,
in-
ipt iKper una; ouuiue '
Koticejof meetlngi, chariUbltaooleUei,ne computet,
to., haf prie. , - v, . T
J trantittnt adwrUttmmU mutt t paid for
atvanc Tie rule will not be Trie4from.
Woekly.snme price m the Dally, where the adTertim
.-ithe Weekly alone. Where 'he Daily and Weekly
-ire tyth nni, then the charge, Iwtho WeeKtar will be
D i1f 'the rntca of the Dally ,
No advertiMment token except for definite period.
BUSINESS' CARDS.
f. a. b. smms,
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. I '
O&cs Amoos Bntldinj;, opposite Capitol Square, j f
t t v. . ,-ooi.rMBPa,opio,
jL. OSBORXE,1
Attorney & CouKsellol"at law,
;MAltI0N,,OHIO. &
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Machine Manufacturing Company
MANDriOTOIXM or ,
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERSe
Cutinge, Hill-Gearing, Kaehiatry. I
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3PLo,ilron,c3. Work
. j ot itiit DtaaairnoM. ' j '
coLinnncs, oniii.
OHAB. AMBOB, Hop't P. AMBOB, TretjQ
Ivy .jo:'aau'e.oajiuog.OP.a.o.a.TM!'lfc'taff
1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
4AA
OonnecHafW Crestline with- the PITTSBORQII, II.
WATNK fc CDICAQO RAILROAD I ?
br iVMourvA, PhOadtlpMa and BaUimor. J
, or &f lfay and phicago.
Oonneoting atCleveland with the LAKE 8II0BB BAIL
ROAD For Dunkirk, nuffalo, Albanr.Bo
, T", f and Ww itorlUi. Ji
THREE TRAINS DAILX, J
4 EXCEPT SUNDAY, j v
from Oolumbas, In connection with Trains on the '
ILITTLE 1HI4 ITU AND COLYTflUTCS
IIBST TRAIN.
N1QHT EXPRESS. Leares Columbus at 3.40 A. M
wilt. lean peasengers at all eUtlene eouth or OaUun,
stop at Defaar, Aihley, Oardington and QUead, and
at bllitatione north of Oallon, arrWIng at Olereland
:00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., BoQalo 4:26 . M.
Albany 3.40 aVt New. York &3S A. M.. Bottoa 8:30
V. si., PUUburnU tU Orestline 3:S0 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago Tla Oreetllne at 7:00 P. M.
BE0OND TRAIN. j - ;
j:ZHtiW TORS iXPBBSjfcLeaves OolamW at lldO
a. m. Will atop at Lewis Centre, (for White Belphnr
BpriDnO, Delaware, Oardington, Gallon, Orestline, Shel
by, tiew London, Wellington and Grafton, arrlTe at
Cleveland at MS p. at.; Dunklik, 8:50 p. m.j Baa.
fale, 1U;5 p. m.; Albany, 8:45 a. m.; New Yoik, 1:45
p.m.; Btston, 4:40 p.m. This Train connects at Shel
by for Bondutky, and at Ottfton for Toledo, arriving at
IoledfirtflOpjm.,11 'f f'.l'i
tv..UJ THIRD TBiATIf. "".,
MAIL AMD ACCOMMODATION Learea Oolpmtus
Ht 8.30 p. m. Will stop at all stations Boutk
BhelbT. and at New Irfindon. Welllnrtnn. Aniiaa.
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at 8:10 p. m.t Din
kirk, S:V0a. m.; BuHalo,350a. m.j Albas, S-S0p.m.l
NewYork, 7S0 p. m.; Boatop, 11:45 p.m.) Plitabaraa,
,.rfaCreUlne,at ll:5Sp. m.Pblladtlplriek, 1:00 a. m
' Chicago-, fa Creatllne, 0:45 a. m. - This Train conaects
at tihelby for Bandutky and Toledo, aigivlng at IJvlede
Patent Sloepinff ar bio ran oa 'All
Nteht Trains to CMcaro. KgW
York and Boston. . 4 lT
'MtHftagk OUtaJ-tinigk k JMfortanh k?iai
via uievmna: alto, to itipMa ant
Una ivrkvia OnMM w.
-RETURNING. ,.
Night Izpress arrives at Oolumbtos at. .. 11:15 P. H
tilnoinnatt Kinreu arrives at OotiombaSat 10:50 A. afi
Aoconuaedatlon Bxpreas arrives at Columbus at 7:50
ft .V si. ....V ...il,, .
re a Uw a br nrothtr Bout.
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Ath for Tichtttia Crmtint or CUulani. ,
Tb. b. punt.
B7 Jalllli,
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OAEXIJS0N..Agest,
uoiumous. wnio
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1 4 mi AA'Wf'CH :'Bf3'J5- eUtt -BLACK
sau uiiiiMia a.aa 100 skt orlrae mo eooeer. -
t A-lC J 1 Aft veobetaold Datota Goversmior Jare Cotrie.
ft nnkii 0 afae 1 i A 1 J " A
udii.i sftjooboi. standard Wrre'itafsi'WrMisng hf Je
t .uin30 t .- iiaredSBnsrJrt)toru)aed A and BOtlee.
, i btMcMotaleGeomVank-Codfteh.? ;' I ar
ale.ifnl.nbbi. Mem and Ka,1 JtKHtereii ia
s.t i b -6 toe. Pleer Brmoa-f'Ki a.at a
aa-wvo afoobxi layer Barstas 't i
-as r4w.Sfcfill bd de' aeiadrssraio
id ki-
titaas s h li evaii et:rtt5 inrttad, I 'a
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in w
9,'80UTrT 'EIuS-STMM.1
iTi iivke e-f "fcv,h imWff
. .at BJUiuusd ia auauaer far'bi'rbMr Al y introduced
eu fniise Tre'- semMra saia artnrti
' .'.,ha.'W t uotiI jl((:r iirit at tia.-rJjad 1 ,
.n. ' SSeesvttjIAless .at wea yt n
I
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ivti -a w.aev
..! ttf.&vt
-fa 1
It ltSTKriSfJ5-Illo Bist.
xw .cheapest Scic&ius tn0'But.
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LiI. iijfjar, a
HToi aeit 'BeltaV OfsMUafdli
i .i.
TIHJh Bi ST iNOLIBH- dQXION AET jtSXJ
Hers
whose' malUlarlees ananlaia. aad darWetloaa.
WorethtfT2LV
J1iaei4Anr-ies IfMttrt of'tto VMs
Assscltloa4 Adopt and aim Manias la, taaaolag, watlM
and ipeaklM, the orthography sod preiaoolattaD.'.ol
Worceiur'i Kovat Quarto Dictionary, and we moat cor
awiy leooesmena it as the molt reliable stsnaara au
tbortty o the bglMUuuraag, as Is aww writiea and
spoken. . i
r toHH.ijnrwi, President Kenyon College. I
H. D. Lawtn, BuperlnMudeni Zanesvt lie Schools.
TbosW. Uaavn, Map's eUeriloa Union Schools.
H. f Cowotsr, Sup't Publlo Schools, Eandusk)r,
, JoanltKOB, Bup'tEabllo Schools, Olroleville. i
B, N. Buiroan, Prioclpal Cleveland female Seminary-
Ut:-. , i .. . - )
Ww. Mrrarn. Bnp't PnDUo Bcaeoli, Mt. trnlo. .
John Oanoi, g rlnelpal Bute Normal School, Ulnne
sota.
Ovaos Kiaoa, Principal fourth Intermediate School,
Oineiaaatl. ? " ""' " J i
, H. S. Miixtn, Bup't Canton Union Schools, i
' SDwnRnjjL, Principal KoNeely Normal School.
' Tcvt T. TarraN, Prof, afathematloe, Ohio University.
- Wit.-W. Bwwaaos, Bnp't Troy Union SohooU I -
A. a. BonursPiinelpai West High. School, 01av:
8.1. Nokf om, AssoouteTtlnolpal High School, Oleve
land. i " -
.TmoDORa Btirliho, Principal High School, C'eve
laBd.'f a" n t f :- li--
; U. f i BflHtma. PrCiMnaL Olmlaad toitlhlte.
J. A. OAarnu, President ef Eleetle Institute, Hi
ram, f t . - -
W. L. Haajtu, Prof.' of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyi
Unlveraltv. - ,
H. U. Baainr, Ex-ConunlMloneiof Oemaon Bchools,
wnio. r
Java Momioa, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College t . .
Taos. Hill. President Antioch Oalleie. '
0. W. . H. Catboiat, Prof. Mathematics, . High
School, Dayton.
B. C. CariUACQH. Prof. Language, High School.
Payton,T . ,. j ,.,, . , ,s j
'8. .At. BJtni, Snpt Union Schools; Aihmnd.
Mar than BlM HtmOrtA oULmY Pretidmit of Ootb-
ft, Frof4uor$, Authort and Dittinyuiihti Sduca-
fort, Mitt maortta Utt aoovt ttnumtnt. 1 . -
- cr: " n r.: v
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. ,
: ' KiRinwi CotLsoa fit is trail1 a anaaaifieent work,
an honor to the author, tbe publishers, and ths whole
eountry." Pretldeut Andrews.
Onto Wmrrin Unrnsm .-" It exoeeds my expeeta,
Hons. It will be my guide la orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for it neat
and aoeurate definitions." President Thompson. a
' W. R, EctJ(7noCoLU8S.-'BereVifcre we hATe-atsd
Wehtter'a orthnirrmnhv. At a recent meeting of ur
faculty. It wm dedaed 'to eaaote rt to conform to that
of Woroeeter's Jloyal, Ojiarto Dietlcnary." President
Garfield. ' - '-
vWssmjf Bnravs OoLuraa--"! find U. worthf of
eotdial approbation. 'fresideBt Hltohoock. i .
Oaotux OoLLtoa. "It more than meets my expecta
tions. I Teoommend It as tbe samdard authority la
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." if resident
Morgan7v-!W ' -: '- ' - ;
AimooH Oonaas "I adopt and aim to ess In teach-
lng, wnungand speaking, the ortnograpny ana. prenuu-
etaaon oi worotster aoyai quarto- mcaonarja,
President H11L, i7i
f'In all mi ariitlnc sneaklLO. and teachloc. I hart' en
deavored to conform to tbe rules for orthography and
pronaDcIation as contained In Worcester Dlctaoaary. '
-Horace jUaca, lata President, . , j (
Kurroa OounaOuinn,-"I most cordially reoom-
mond It as the meet reliable standard authority of the
Bngllsb languate ae It -u new written and ipoleyn."
President Andrews. , j .
tCHOCO&lSSIONKlS OF "OHlOi
From fittfAiii&t'&rttf; OmmUtjtotttr of Ommon
" ' Sthool fa OMo. ict
"The Dktlocirf It A htrperlihtble moeament to tbe
karnln and Industry of Its author, and an honor to the
world 01 letters. 1 The mechanical execution lifer tape-
trior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ae-
iquaiataa.v n, 4 '.- r " 1
Irom Eon. 3. Br Jfamef.' m-Vomnnttumtx cj
BCAOOH tit vmo
"The most-tellable itandard authority ef the Un
guage.'' J"1'
. WHAT TBS
teadiris: CNeWtsjpapera of Ohio Say,
Iron mi Cttviani Herald of MarA 881 .'
rheerthography of th Worotster Dictionary M that
Uieu OJ mOBl, 1 1 BO, .ll. SUUIUl, V, UUMWV.VH J.W
country and England, and conforms to the general usage
1 , . . 1 1 .V. ... J,.t,.ll. in (h,.
of ordinary writers eau speakers .
Whatever prejudices may have existed previously, a
careful itady of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warn appreciation of Us great auerlta, and desire
to add Ht. th.wett eereeteeVUjMaty, be It large or small,
Itlss library In Itself, and wilt remain, an impextsfaa-
nie rora oi wcjnrifli o m
Jromtht CitvinaHOommroialQf AprUW.
Rf. am nmrarda of a hundred thousand Words rood.
bad and- Indifferent whose, multifarious mesnlsgs and
drrintlona. toaethar with their correct IDtUlct and vre-
nunaiaUon. are tet clearly before the eye. The work la
untreeetlonabty the greatest xnesaurusoi avgiisa nora
evwpaauenea. j tnj re
'tromtht OKdcmiPXaHniMUr of Stpt. feo, I860. '
Evidently Woacxsm's Botal QoaStO DernoRiwrial
Kd okIv tlit last, but tht sral work cf tAt ttd tur U-
tmtd, andean by no possibility tuflir by aomparison or
enfipversy.- c .-.-.t
raMTrjrrmt&toUtoMittit.j(av. "
As' to rtowtflmATtow.tWoruaesta is n tnUmtMp
followed rr sue beat author! In aeftaitloar be) leaves
nothing to be desired, and In vaTsmoaArar a la sauwiont
10 sty urai vroxcarrxa can do esror uom.
r.V.IIl6aajaBt .atAe30f.. I .1
rntriUrtera? Baekaellora stattoataara,
,N0. 191 SUPERWB Wjl4OT,OaaO.
mat 9 ', '
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XV OW eSyJs JiJkp ntVt W rM a
DiTUoatA Jewaaxyt J,4ff ;l Per Cent,
8XbWm luwnw t ' ; ft.'"5?? 99'
Statement Janaarr 4 1861, -
Balantper aMeat JaV htdOel 3
aeotlvee, Premiums ;.df- , , 3: , i -v
, mg the jear io oj,u k ,
Becelred lot InUrMt daring ',; :u-ja'v'
toe year. lew ,'Jwi-i uj 1
o&l noalolt for lSCO. ... S97J.OC7 74 . . 3
Paid Claims by Death,2O7,O50 00 --' j
nta roucies surien-
.dared.
ivxifl a i fir?: '
Paid Batarlea. Poit- H
in. xaxes. u-
if- 4 i
ehanM.alo.....'.r 81,020 54
aid Ueamissiona to ".CT f i
- eutanta. Pitna je
PaUPhtlcUxni'feesv.., , .
Bald Annultieei.. I AlT 01 1 5!
I V.
fast-iHvtaeaes dor r, .-, ,
1 tag tbe yes .W.-.lSOhVa 6G5AW1 41lM A
TOst Jl V'-'f i?'8 s'.'O.taj.itt'ix !( .'.-.;
net aaiance January itu irA .,..gj,8ix,tM iw
- - ABBlJTB." 4 1 ' u 'S.i-vi
Cash on hina.KKj.t?l."-ffaiB'22 j ti it
indecdMr1aiatonaeer----7r tl
, Batata,. worth double the . I
" amewatr loaned..... w 5,397,941 to ' -
Premium Motes, ra Petioles 0i suitr
. In fores, only drawing 6 per , , , .
tent. tntertst.v..,..i!. l,97v,9ei7 -'-E
Baal Estate..... .xrtt
LonaonBrtpvv.-..... 5,931 4
Prsmlums,NotseandOash,lo .
aane.rUaDsmji$A..C':' 3,tS fti.l
ievil ?
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rt-lr.i
" TolarAsMtsA.a.'ia.S
T,5T5 tolloes m'fororiiitU.aga.tt&afiSI
r 1,435 mv Polities-tttve bam bsneadnilag the peaav
I Aflor a careful calculation of the present valaeef the
fiuUUuillng Pollcleaof ,ttit Ciujpaej'. and havisg a
I necessnrw omotmf la reserve therefor, the Dtrotort
hayt dMiared a DiVioxwk- cf it par sent, en ins rrtsal
ami paid at the table rates, to til. policies for Ills ia force,
tssewe) prlerto JaaaAio i, lcM,Nfakla aosonimg Is ahe
7 iAKW to du k'nrisllileCdnliBp 'i respeet.
Btes. ItatetMiifs. and Applications, WUL be snrniuiea
W,id8tHAaBMS,At tU.On8C AACOfliB jf tha Com
?27I-ilra hf- fttllrt.'L.'t'atflmBO'fiVaWtbtT
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No. Jubasea Block. ,
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A 'DttA-sS f of evert grade. The
awdvtBMO is sue e-v", and at m sesorKa raene.a
St. -, ., ,, . r:-v i ! 1 - 1 -Abt et itw:
awethef
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Rod
?.' to-. . xe n Beata suca stmts:
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btodd,-by wliich- thia- fluid btcomea Tiatdi
Wak; and vooi. Beiar in tht (irculatioiti it
pwrados the wM( Voijt mi m7 burt,out I
In diaeaflftaaaay twtat it..,, Ko organ is freo
r.A ....lra M,,u lliart An. whtnli If. mflvl
UUlll IV WWW ------ -J
j ' . r rri r.,i. : i. ....t.
Ordered or vascalthy fcad, trnpnra air, 40th
and filthy habits? ti depressing TicmV ana,
above oil, oy ma venerea .mwwunu. r ,lmi
ever baits origin, it if hereditary in the con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth Reparation:" indeed,
ft tee,-b.ie:o4ofrIIisTrwho aaya, "I
'visif'triff iruqUaioi OTth auttwra .upon
BStlciiildrcn.,,y- .evf:atirtx;ja --tl eui .
I w effects-eomraenca by dapoaitioc tram the
(a a rorutitutianol diaeasc. a COtruDtlOn of the
,t t . . . . i.. ..ij.i, j
of 'cowupt OrAilcerous matter, winch, in
the hujg vHver, mild IntraaLwpnis, termed
tubple;ia the manaa,, iwciungir.ana on
tfi mff:trc: wntrlions or" sores. Thi fbtU aor-
ru;uuii, livu j fc11- "-r- -
the onenriel is iiiij, BO1 that tcrorulotui conslitu-
unt onlv iffr frnm arrofuloua com.
tion ao, oaiy.suBer jrprn,. crpiuio ua com-
piamtit U" U".J uvu itir w "'"P
tfi.iid ihr- nttneka ot otner diseases: cense-
nucntlv vast numbers TMrish
numbers ticrish br disorders
which, Dlthotich not scrofulous in their nature,
arc ' still rendered fatal by thia taint in the
system;" Most of the ccmiTirpion which, de
fcinutes the hmanfirrmly has its orjajn directly
in. thi? scrofulous. contamination; and many
dtwtruttrre diseases of the liver; kidneys, brain,
nnd.Tnaeed, of all the orarrs;' Brise from ,or
nrc aggtitTated by &e same cause,
.OnequartorofaUour
tlicu. pei'-sona ore Invaded by tnid lurktna in.-
P . .11. I1.V. A I 1 V It.
flXk AlArteina 14 r-nmio ewsinrn WA IMiaf rOTtnlMra
et-i Whn'j WmVJh HWr.-r.rl 1
. "'";'----'- j ! V
vigorutu , ,11 . uy, iiiuin; . tuuu . tuiu
Such a medicine wa supply in 1 , , , 'r
. :'...:.. r ' ,';) ! !d
AYER'S8:?-
Compound Extfact'of Sarsaparilla,
the most cftectunl remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devae Tor this every
where nrerailmsr and fatnl malady. It la com
bined from the most active remediali ttint have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
srstfim from Its destructive eonseouences,
Hance it should be emcloved for the cure of
not Only Scrofula, but also those other 'affec
tion which arise bom it, aucn a iiHurcivs
and Sum DisBAatV St ANtBOMt's J?uie,
Eosb. or Erysipelas. Pimpt.es, rtsTUtEa,
HioTciiis, Blainb andBoiLi.TuMons'ltTitn
and Salt aIhbum, Boalb Head, Uixowoiui,
llHfCMATisM, S Yffrrtnro and Mbbcvki at. Vis-
l-.ASr.S, JUntorSY, VTSransiA, irnnii.rm. uuu,
indeed; all Cowi AUtia AW8INO fltojl . V Itia-
Terr or Iurcna Dloob.i: Um popular - belief
in iuwuritu of tht Hood ia feunded in trath,
fotf" aciofula ia a degoneraon of the bipod, i 1'he
lot; aci wma ia aoegoneravion oi uie oipou. 1 Aiie
particulax purpose ana virtue of thia Sarsapa-
Without 'W'hich sound health is , Impossible in
X AAA L asp tv jLwaafc t"le a evwtMiw '
coutammateckconawiiuona.! - . , . .-, . ,; .
U t . -V.B' . "1 111 0B '. .V.- I '
:iroB?ia.Bfi.'Mt' or
Intermittent PeVer. of Fever tad Acae,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fewer. Dumb
Aarae Periodical Heitdache, or jiuiou
Il.artncha. and Billon Fevere. lneleea
f tnr -vrhol eclats of aitetiei orlarin."
lng- fa biliary tteraasrementr canaed. ur
the Moarisv of pannatto telcs.-J,wUwkt.ogV.t
. ,1,11 ii.r. In oITot tli enmmiinitv
1ahh i,?i, n. i -A,I-i,i .1- -.mnlnint.
W1tn certaimy. la sun penecuy narmiess a , any
nunntitv.
Buch a remedy u invaluable in uistricrs
vrnera ' niese ; amirung tusoTuere prevrui. 1 inn
"Cult p." expels the nuasmatie poison of Fever
.... , 1 . ,1.:
anb A.otJB trom toe system, tan prevents too ae-
valopmont of thediseaao, if.tak.aa os the first tip-
proachof its premonitory aymptems.". 'It.lsnojtooly
the best veaaedy ever yet. oisoovarei for this class
Of complaints, but ebatae cheapest.'1 The large
quantity we supply lor aaeuaroruiKsiiTfiuuii iua
reach of every body ( and In bitterns districts, where
Fever - AWB--Aowb prevails, erery body should
have it and nse rt freely botlt for nre an protec
tion. ' A ttfeat Suncriorrtt of this remedy 6ver any
ether, ever discovered tax. tbe speedy and certain,
cure 01 ABteiuuiients is ujm contains no wuiumw
orxaineral, orinsoquantlyit produces no quipismer
Mhst Ininrinua eflecln whatever unon tlie constitu
tion. ' Those eared by it are left as hoalthy as
they had never had the disease. - - " :
; I ever and Ague is sot sloae thd canseqnence of
the nuasmaua poison, a great vancty 01 uiwr
dcra arise from its irritation, among , vshtoh are
A'etiratota. iari, Govt, Ueadachfi', Blind-
ftrSS, J DOlnulC oarnww, wmmi i f tnii., a i.r-
pitalton, Puxn W Afi tcttottoj tn Bplixn, itster-
te, Pain in the-Botoels, Colic, Parabjtts and J)tA
ranntmtnt of tht Stomach, all -of vfhieh,;whcn
originatina "1 tliia cause, put on the iiitcnniteut
type, or become rrriodlcil. This " Cvus " expels
tbe-powMKnxrtlM bloMoVsJMl eoneequently cures
them all alika. K it- 03 involunbl protection to
Immi'zrantt ana cersons travellinir or tenmdraiily
resiina ife'lht ftialarioaa districts. If taken occa
sionallv cr daily while exposed to the inlecliun,
tltat will be excreted from the tvstem, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dir
msI.' Hencw It is eves more valuable for motec-
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittcnta if they avail themselves of the protection
this remedy ancrrds.
Prepared by Dr. X 0. ATEE &v CO., Lowell, Masa.
. , KOBIHTS a buuiu, uoiumeut,
And nv Drutrlita and Dealers everywhere. ; v
BOTljd,tWW 11.
CAHADIAJI ft TJJSTJEI) ?TAIE3 AU
TO AH D A xtOiU,
LONDONDERRY, 'j GLASGOW,
:rfi::f:--tr"ifE7it.lr;
i iilverpooi, iuouireiu-' ueuci
.a-t,!i..:'.:.n; C tn-i Lv- V-i it " i 2.H i
The Monrteal Ooeaa 8 teeinahlp Oeespauy'i Srtt-clns
fttll-pewered Clrde-ballt Btatmers sau everr sai.
araav from POitlLANV, oarryisg me vauaaum
tAslied States Mall and passengers, - ' !
" JIOBW SU1AII, - siraTn aniuuAD,
- BOHEMIAN, ANULV-aAXUH,
T t WOKTH Bttl'ioa, j! ., tUBteaniAM, -
NOV A BC0TIAN.
SiIte4itf. CUeapeet audQatciiCstCorf
sots . .1 V -J
AEEBICA
10 AUV PASTS Of SVSOPX-
(iTMlTvMtMM VA . iimA VM WVtVjKI
WmsillfroMttvjBPOOLeverr tveetnosday,
and from CUBBBQ- error y Saturday, sailing
LONIXJNVnttHl, toieotiveoa Doaraana tana suuisana
Panenrers, to and from Ireland aad Beetland. .
- TJQp'Thess Steamers are boilt of Ins, la water-tirht
oompartments, carry each an expeneneed Bargeon,
every aiwauon - p m-i ,
noa of passsagwra. . ae meypraseeu oireot so lxjfiuun
riRRV. th. .rlrlAkand dslev of aailnw at Bt. John's
Is avoided. . .-. '-." " I
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Olssgow passengers are rnrnitneq wun rata pasnge
gkets to and from LondonHerryr ' , """ ;.-
HaV.I.
Return tlckes granted at red seed rates.
(1 tiaeua. laaaed fbraairrinc be and hriaaineont
aunn fraea all the rlnelpal towna of tfreat Britain
Ireland, at reduced rates, by thti line of Keamers,
by tbe WASHINGTON LINB Of BAIUKSr f A0KJ1IB,
leevtna LirerYieol every week . c
alftst Drafta for t sutd. wpwards pa-aWaUaEBglaadilroiaasioot-.;
., laudarwalca. i
lor passage, apply at the Office. 23 ft HO AD.
WAtTrTeW Vork, and lfWATBK ST.,
SjiWOjrBes -"K. o re t-r. i.e a tir?, (-
AD.&lf at mnini emu aawaw,
rAtr-iH s awe .firnrtwr
vi w . ay. it. A. ,,.. nviiMi
Ca-Pctitacratip.
on JAMBS AUatR BAIIf as partner la my
1, which W111..M after be eondneted under the
or waiaea eenr - -- raaii!i,s eeiuiai(a
: jVMumlBsl5Dl.'-,t ., ' a! ini;i;i--f 1 febht
rrte v.ui.k.i w w Smiiam
i tho-New Vnrk RftniiiOBablo Brwvtipe, Hale Outtinfi
1 i-Brastpeewtov, Uarinta4 Jliseeuu aaweji. ana)
1 aeneu ewer -ce Poet t.uea.hesa aatlsaetloa
4m glvea In aU fc vartoas brancbea. .J4M
Ohiiy.n'a fcutir reaslng ooae ia tas bast St; It.
m JpMs-dif rrci e.tw trtr, uf re j
t-V a, sjri 1
RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement.
RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROAD.
1 110ns reiween uoiumous ana viaomaau ana jajwn, ar
Wood 0laetaBBt, w 05- a. m., and at Davton at
avioa. m.,coaeoi4(,at ivu disBpoii and
1
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Throf gh'to friiaiaDofli withont ChAu'go'of1 Cars'
'"' aad bnV 0n6 Change of Cari between i !
- HtiriJnna an r?iTjJ.tf. !
... w v r " ' W WH.U. , , '
FoKt'rains DaUy; fitm Clumlus.
;.fii. 1 Jj lui , l.tt u
u t fIRST -TRAIN.' 5.:a.!; ,
AOiiriUUADAT IOi at t 1. aa.satmDlnr at all sta
tions between Columbus and eiaoinoatl and Payton, ar
.
' " " " " SECOND TRAIN. ,
w. A&rnAn &t.w. M-r e
London, Gheriesten, Oedsrsllle, Xsnla, Surug Yalley,
Corwln, freeport, fort Ancient. Morrow St., Lebanon,
l0,ttrf is miford, arrlvlow at Cincinnati
let 4. JO p. m., Dayton atS.tt p. m.,oonneotln wltn the
umeand Misslta uulKaliroa-for Lonlavtiie. urn vin-
ceones. uairo, at. louii, newurieaos, ew.; st isyion
wiu,h vairo, at. uouia, n,w unraos, vto-i a, vmjivu
tot Indianapolis, Lafayette,' Torre Hams, Chicago and
an welter a points. ... v . n. - 1. . ; .
, THIRD TRAI. '' ; '. ,8i
MAIL at 0. 10 v. m. . stonoinx at aU stations between
Columbus and Xenla, and st Spiicg Valley, Corwln,
morrow ana liovcissa, arriving ai uincinnau at a.
rArrnmrr stn a w vr
NIGUl EIPKK83. Tla Dayton, at 1 00 midnlzht.
ou. m;r,.niinff . rina.inn.ti with ih
. ,. -a Ml
V UMllB8f. UUrO. I. laODlfl. JuVftmnDall JHT UriCftD..
fiid all petoto. South and Bouth at; alto. at Dayton
iorinaianapom,lisrsyelie, aerrs uaute, tmcago, sic.
'. TTT" Tor furthtr Infommllon and Through Tickets,
Spply to M. ti ponEttTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
OoiawMesV'H ' - 'v
; f ,:). ". ta- '',: V. W. BTRADEB.-f-r .
tteneiai xicxct Agent, uincianau-JSO-W.
DOHIRTY,.
, Agent, Columbus,
W WrVmWATI. . I
"' ' ' - Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Cblumbui.' July 14, 160V. - - '
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EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
CENTRAL OHIO AND
Steubenville Short Line
COMBINED!
' gKJ-f. Jl-4, Jliw"''- s-ew",:is
C0NNECT1N0 AT BELLAIIIB WITH TBI
t , . . - -
D A IT I M fl R P A" ftHIiJ
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AND AT PITTSBURGH WITH THH .
PENNSYLVANIA; CENTRAL
:RAir,ROAD:
Most Reliable
'Eastern Cities!
. eta fhAXatUlyK la, arrrvse et Phlla
W. a delphla, .10 A. H.I Mew fork. 40.30 A. M,- Connects
if
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- Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
-.'. -J B0RNINO EXPBSSB -I - ;
Leaves Celnmbaa 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot.-via
Bsllalrs or 8tsubaavl.MAartUrViMMre, w.w 14,
1 Harriiburg, 1.10 A. M.: Via-Altntjvm, arrfref SI New
also at Harrlsburg for Baltimore, arriving at.7.45 A. M
a - . nVwl, rtJT,
wACBAua, vsit emvam N uu
fro In Columbus, run directly through to Sellaire or
Pittsburgh without change; and ruiengera via Alien
town arrive in Ksw xork at e A. at
hrjrwo HOURS IN ADTANCB 0? K
s ,,; , ... r , . UtUa jv ,
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VORIHEBN
Thla Trairr also oonnects at "Bellsire with the
3"' Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
PITISBUBQH EX?BE33. ,v. ,-. '
Leaves Columbus 11 S3 A M , from Uglca Depot, via
Steubenvlllei arrives at Newark, 12 50 f. M.i Coahoc
ton,S.15P. M.i Steabeavllle, fl . M.f Pithburg, 8.40
P. M. imhls It the only route by which faitengers
can leave Cincinnati at 7 A. 31., go through to Pitts
burgh In daylight, without change ef eartoruelay.
J i i Hi'CX
VAST UfiTBvr iT I
Leaves Columbus 3.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
nenaire: snivel at newara, 3 J r. si.; ainetvuie,
4 33 P. M s Bellsire 7 .53 P. M.I Pktabunth.ll.SS P.
U.; Harriiburg, 8.00 A. M.; Ha Alvttowt, arrives
st New York, 4 V. M.i eJrt Philadelphia, arrive
Pblladelnhia, 1.10 P. M.; New York, 0 P. M, This
Trsln alto connects at rtirrisburg for
riving atl P.M. . . .
This Train runs through to Bellalrt or
Btltlmore, ar
Pttieburg with
out ebtnre of Cars; and from Pitttburx there IS no
change of Can to Philadelphia, or via AUentowa to
New fork thus offering -"' - 1
The only Roata from Colnmbns to Bltlmore,
fbiladelpbiaaor Kev.xork.with only
one ehaogo of Care, -
. . Ill .Vt B ' t.
Br this Train Passensrs arrive la New Tork are
aonrs In Sdvanoe of mm Northern linei. -
This Train slaa eoaaeeu at Bellalre wllh the Baltimore
and Ohio R.B.
UTThls Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana 'more man iuu miles aaorter to
New York, than Northern Lines;
Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant Polnti jsat.
oc ABBrtoatioitiTj ;
- -np.r.t.AtDP. no aTPrTnnMVii.r v
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Tickets Cood. OTer .either Jieute.
kJN0. W.BBOWN,
Gen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. &.
HUTCHINSON, .
Ota. Ticket Agent Btubvllle Short LUj,,
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COLifJiaBCS, OHIO
ti vl
AGUiCaLTURALWAREllOllSE
"'pgAIt.IBl'lr.J-.u i
GENERAL HAMJV ARE,
. IsTiTT.ta tlT.aSfl BlHU. PTTTTT. nQTiAnm, .. ,!
gijjj, ' y aawf ajfatw! vlw-a"a'ww , 1
Ohbi, Piaiois, Wood ix Willow TFaroe
ether and Rubber Belting, Iece Leather, Hose and
lull" " ....... . ..v.. luruu
r w w r r. infetriV rrnniiunia
- 1 j, i -- ,V Z..-,r.T . ' T
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1 . Nnrnltb. In NARk TIM nil Mi-Arf.- . I
Ita VV Byron and fjarroto ColhtrT.'0
V w r r -w ,
nfliefs
cl abrmiieiretVtoLtadlt:
Pari! Eld QloVes. superior make. ...
Golden Hill Shlrtei Tanousilyles."
Boys' Golden Hill Bhina, do ,. .ir efiT
Driving and Street Oloves, do, , . : lsrn
Hemmed Pocket Haadkerrhlen, Varlont styles.
Half Host and Under Oarmentav " H 0
' e-""- TIAfW Sr. BON.
-eiiii;i,t ifi.?r,b raw "Oi aoaiaigti street.
. M M K l H I Nli 1 H K W
-IMifWNAMA mV- SB 4 cV JBB BJ -f
. 1 alO 1
HOWiiliLI, ,tS; Qf:B
tand teemlra aif srwassatsef) f ,iA j
rfctntiVtared Syl. B9WABD t CO J fcAt)eW..mAae.
xneae w aioun a if tciiur w muyunng ever 0 tiered
totnepuoue, nereioiore. naviog me exclusive- Swetajsy
loan sell WMMSt prices iaeett tie Uaee.- I tiavejust
noelfed a laraa atoaa ec 1
1 l- nobo MERICAIf WATCHES,
xOautsekrel bp APPlEtO, IBjrCT, et Cd f'alW,
Saawitiatntof . . ir,. V .I'wv.ltwvt
r Casts, at Knl nrlnA
5UJ ,a ,.,
. n - . bjvt sua,
.vr Tort9 fft
is, lXi rutsfi.
Dully, oerrear
.fa eg
Ti Weekly, per rear.
Weekly, peryeav ....
1 a 00
THE NW REVENUE ACTS.
The Direct Tax—Taxation of Incomes
—The Amended Tariff.
.
. Wa aoQet a careful abstract of tbe qew rava-
nuo act, which providea for tbe aaseagmeot aoi
collection of an annual tax of 20.000,000,' and
which was passed by Ceogreaa on Friday.' A
large proportion of. tbe bill ia devoted to details
resptottog the duties of eeseeaors, tbe mode of
collection. And the penalties lot a non-ootnpli.
anca with tbe provisiooa ot tboaotc? Too aet
tiona relatiae to to. tbe Income tax are of gen
eral interest, aud. the entire text Ja 'given be-
QW,'jMiH H .i J M;,J. .U.K. .0 '
APPORTIONMENT.
Maine...... CtSOmindlens. . . A7S
Newfiampahlre.r. 91d,4( Illlnels J..1.;...,I45 &61
.Torment.. SlI.Wc Missouri.. t.W,... 7611x7
Maisachusstt W4.58I fiania, ,71,743
Rhode I aland H6 003 Arkansas....... .'. IffilSSS
Counfotieot .-..Mr 3Sll Michigan.,. 501 7n3
New York J.B03 018 floiida Vtl&l
New Jeney'-.--. 450 134 Texai - tii 100
45,8
510 88
Maryraad 430,823 Calliornla ..., 254,538
Vlislnla... ....... 937,55" Minnesota.......". ..108,34
North Carollha... 670. IM Oregon.. ... 35,140
Booth Carolina..-.. 363,510 New Mexico...... . a'-o4d
Georgia 5H4 710tah.:,.. S6,m
539.313 Wathiottonrj - 7 756
llltifiilppl ....... 4i3 0d4 Nebrtaka.T 19,321
oulilaiie........; ' 385 8fl Nevada. .......... - 4 502
Ohio. ............ 1,587.089 Oolorado ... ...... 29,905
aentacky. ...-.t.. .,713 095 Dakota ........... ; 3,241
Tsnneuee 009,4WiiDlatrlct Colamblt, , 40,437
ASSESSORS AND COLLECTORS.
Seotiooa 2, 3, 4 and 5 of toe bill declare the
mode of appointing assessors and collectors, and
tbelr duties. 1 Tbe Secretary of the Treasury,
will divide1 the states, territories and Diatrict
oi Columbia into convenient diatricta," and ap
point an asaeiMOt and collector, woo must be
freeholders and residents in each district. Tbey
mast give aaitable bonds, and take oath to ex
ecute tholr offices faithfully.; f;,
MODE OF ASSESSMENT.
Seotiuna 6, 7, 8 and 9 enact the mode of.aa-
sestment. The direct tax laid by the act ia to
be assessed and laid on tbo value of all lands
and lots of ground, with their Improvements
and dwelling bouses, which several articles sub.
ject to taxation shall be enumerated and valued
by tbe respective assessors at tbe rate each of
them is worth lb money on tbe .first day of
April, eicnteen bnndred ana sixtv-twor nrovid-
ed, however, that all property of whatever, kind
coming, within aoy of the foregoing deaorip-
iioos, ana ooiongwg 10 ue unnea oiateaor
any State,' or permanently or especially exdmpu
A 'nm toVsflnn kw tk. .F ill. Ci.i.
V w . . v u hi . v tmnw u . . m. WML
wherein the aame may be situated at the time
of tbe passage or this act, together with such
property belonging to any Individual who ar
tnally resides thereon, ae shall be worth tbe
sum of are hundred dollars, shall be exempted
from the aforesaid eaumeration and valuation,
and from the direct tax aforesaid; ' And provid
ed further, that; in making auch assessment,
doe regard aball be bad to any valuation that
may nave been made under tbe authority of tbe
State or territory at any period nearest to said
41 Mt flfl ftf AnMtl 1 ' ' r ... n I .
hid. w,f,,. -
1 Persons will be required to give writted lists
of lots and dwellings liable to direct tax, la de
fault of which, or in case of fraudulent return.
the assessor will make suoh lists; and id caae
of Iraod tbe person offendlDa mav also be con
victed befora any court baying competent Juris-
ABSENTEE PROPERTY OWNERS.
Ia case of the absence of property-owners tbe
assessor must leave a note requiring the owner
to present tne nsi witnin ten ayi.- it be retus
ei, tbe assessor may enter tbe premises and
make the list. Owcera may make oat tbe lists
of property situated In districts ia which they
do not reside, and the (aid lists sba'.l be valid
and sufficient for tbe purposes of this acta and
on tbe delivery or every such .list the person
maklDg end delivering the. eame shall pay to
tne assessor one aouar, wnicn be shall retain to
bis own t1etw.1V.' ..,
PUBLICATION OF TAX LISTS AND RECTIFCATIONS.
After valuations are assessed Ilais must be
published by the assessor la each district, and
for twenty-five day after oubilcatiob anneals will
be received and determined relative to excessive
valuations or enumerations.-'' No valuation aball
be increased' without a -previous notice of at
least tire year; ' ; . ,
Tbe Boatd ot Assessors must carefully ex
amine the lists of. valuation', add tbey may re
vise. aa,ust and ea'iaiize the Valuation of nron-
erty In any county ot State 'Blstriot, by adding
tnereto, or aeouoting merexrom, saca a rate per
eentnm as shall, under tbe valuation of the sev
eral oountiee a ad 8tato diatricta, be just and
qaltabia, . rrctvlded, 'loe relative valuation of
property ia tbe same county shall not be obang
ed. uniesa manliest error' or imperieotlon ebail
appear In any of the lists of valuation, in which
ciae tbey have power to corveofrthe eame, as to
them snail appear lust and .Mghtc And if. In
consequence of env tvital change and alter
ation of tee sad vaiaauoo, any Inequality aball
be proauoea in tne- apportionment ot the di
rect tax to the several 8tttei U shall be the
duty of tbe Secretary of the Treasury to report
tne same to isODgrees, to tne lnient mat provis
ion may : be made by law for rectifying auch in-
quality. ,-,4-,iv r .vi .
When the ASsessorS 4ara efifnnlpteii the
adiustmeat and rqualitaUon.'the proper auota
of tbe direct tax to ea 0b county and district of
State shall be apportioned,-
At
UNPAID TAXES.
Suction il providea that whea nv tax ahaii
remain unpaid lot, tne term ot pne year, toe col
lector in tne bttte anera tha ororjertv Ilea, hav,
lng first advertised the eame for sixty days
at least one newspaper fa, tbe tate, shall pro
ceed to sell, at puDiio sale, so much of the said
property' a may bs necessary to satisfy tbe taxes
due tneffoonf togetner . with 3 aa' adaluon
twenty per centum thereon: or if each property
la not diviaible, as aforesaid, the whole thereof
shall be sold, and accounted for In the manner
hereinbefore provided. If tbe. property adver
tised lor aale cannot be sola for tbe amount
tbe tax due thereon, with the said addition
thereon, tbe collector shall purchase the same
in behalf of the United States for such amount
andaddltion. .y.f.t I.-r-.-. -'i':' :
INTERNAL DUTIES—THE EXCISE TAX
After tbe 1st of April, 1862. A duty of ire
Cents per gallon must be paid oa distilled liquors
distillers muat keep a record of, tbe number
of gallons they distill: the duty most be paid
af the time of readering the ecconntV II quire
distilled, bob which the doty hat not bean paid,
may be seised and soldi ana a letuaai to' allow
the proper officer to Inspect, the accounts shall
sublect tbe refused to a penalty of 4500. Fer-
mented liquors pay 'treat of two cental per -gal-
ion, ana orawar muaK asta.taa aoaoaat or tne
quantity brewed. , Penaltiea are autched, for
non-compliance with the law. " " 4 ,"
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ON CARRIAGES AND WATCHES.
Sectiob 57 provides that there shall be paid
yearly -upon every carriage, the body bf. which
eettaupoo. springs, or- any aoaerlpaoB, -wQlob
may be kept for ate and wblob aball aot be ex
clusively employed for . tbo. traoepotiattoa
merchandize, according to .the following alaar
tionlinomaing tne naroess used tnerewitn
Wot exaeedlni Vttt't)tiAXiii(&iUi
above Sfty aad net exceed lire one hundred dojlanj
one hundred and not axceedlnff two hundred dol -
. UHW OT. . , t M . ,...... im, . . . " .....
tf above two handled aad net exceeding; (our bund-
red dollars.. ...n . ..... . ..... v.. t.,
It above tee baaflred aaAMtwain( x haadred
UHII.I......M Ml."- .......".r-Y
B above Ht buadrtnatd a.t weeeaotr efgM ouna;
t.ivuttiMwn4..er M"-, r-.,-e.-i. ----
f eliai-a efirht bandred and not exceeding one taouo.-"-
ft r ssrtsWlartMAis.nki.eMvr.e,-.VMwa
11 aoove one uioasana aoiiars......... ...f.
Which valuations shall be made agreeably
the eiUtirjo: condition of the carriage aad
Deal at th tlm4f making' thw . entry thereof
aanh .e.In simCaMnltv-,it.h the trrotislens
A thia eQtj aod that there thill be, and hereby
siaewise iinpwfu aa anuumuuiv ui yv, mvua.
;vt g-AtwOuUI ui e-wat !at .
oents oa every tllver watch kepi (ot use. wklch
duty shale be paid by tbe owner thereof!;," 1
ThsMetm APbniSBAI fntlflf Kaa u.l.t. J J '
tl4catograntadf, .i
THE INCOME TAX.
tfectiou 64. Aad belt farther yBartefl,- "That
tersons'earniegor laving profits, gaihs and in
comesr la fbelr Own- right, ot In trnirt, bnd all
e.mpanles, InstltutioDs, assotUUors, corpofite
or not corporate, 4ihd eorporators,1 nrnltig or
having profitaj gaios and fncomes, which- pro
fits, gains and incomes are or -shall be tierfved
fromSearceS other than' the property by ithie
act sabjeoted to a direet tax, for the yesrprei
eeding tbe tlrat 'day Of April, Aono Domini
eighteen hundred and eix(y two and etch .' y ear
thereafter, beyond tbe that of eight hundred
dollare,' derived fre-n any source of basideaa,
tride or tocatioa,' dividends of stocks,- Intoratt
of 'money or debts, salaries, Interest on Itgv
Cies-, annuities, ot derived from any other "puree, "
within of beyond the boundaries of tbe Baited
States, shall be subject to and piy a Uxor three
pet centum on the tlrat day of April in each
year from and after the passage ot this aot; and
la computing auch profits, gains and Incomes,'
there shall be deducted, besides the suai of
eight hundred dollars, as aforesaid,' all local or
State taes, tbe wsges paid for labor, arid other
charges Incident to aueb profits, galna end, in
comes, not Including paraonal and family its
pensea, iu auch manner aa to leave tbe aopuel
net Income of each and every person, excep'lng
the deduetiona heretofore' and hereafter men.
tioned, aubject to taxation under, tbe. pro
visioos of tbis act! Provided, That no person,
member or corporator of any company, institu
tion, association 'or corporation charged or
chargeable with a tax under this aot, ekalj bo
required to De aubjeoted Individually to taxttioa
for bis or ber share of the profits, gains ofl in
comes of such company, Institution, association
or corporation which aball have been taxed, ud
der tbe provlaioaa of this aot, aod paid ia whole
oysaia company, matltutipp, association or cor
poration; but where the income, tax is derived
from persona residing abroad, but drawroe ajon-
ey Irom their property in thia country, the rate
anau oe nve per cent, per annum. , i - 1
Sec. 65. . And be it further enacted, That
each and every person, company, Institution,
assoclatlcu, corporate or not oorparate, and. cor
porator, as mentioned In the preceding section,
aball, On -the first day of April next, and each
year, thereafter, cause a statement to be pre
pared and verified by tbe oath of such person,
or by' the oath bf thof principal manage; of auch
oompany, institution, "atiooiatlon, corporate or
aot corporate, which atatement aball exhibit the
amount of profits, gains and inoomee oft said
person, company, Institution, association, cor
porate or not corporate, for tbe year ending on
tbe said first day of Aptil, whloh statement
shall, within' thirty daya torn tha first day of
April, be lodged wllh the collector of tne ex
cise or internal taxes for the district in which
tbe principal place of buainess of such person
or paraooa', company, association, InstitiMlon,
corporate or 'not corporate, is situated apd it
aball be the duty of auch oollector to give pub
llo notice that be will attend at convenient
placea to receive auch statement and the amount
of tax or duty payable thereon, and shall give
a reoeipt or receipts for the amount paid 1 and
if any person or persons earning or having
profits, gains or incomes, In all own right r in
trust, above tne sum of eight bnndred dollars,
as nereiubeiore mentioned, or any company, in-
atitutlon, association, corporate or not corpor
ate, earning or having profits, gains or incomes
above the sum of eight hundred dollars, as
hereinbefore mentioned, shall neglect or refuse
to cause such sutement to be made, lodged
with the oolleotor and verified, aeatoreaald, the
amount of tax or duty nay and shall be fixed
by the oolleotor, and after', ten days' .notice of
tbe amount so fixed, If not. paid, aucn amount
ay be levied bv diatraiot la the manner pre
scribed ia other caeee .of delinquency bj this
aoti-ifr ;o j." l-'",; ,i. ' .1 t't, ,v I
THE AMENDED TARIFF.
.
in
0 The new tariff act which haa been passed by
Congress is mainly the Chase bill, with a few
unimportant alterations, snd the addition of an
important section, whloh we publish below. It
will be remembered that it largely loereaaea the
duties on liquors, teas, ooffee, aad some ether
luxuries. Tbe following compromise sofction,
added by the committee of conference on tne
bill, is Important to importers: , ' . ! - -Sxo.
5. Aad be il further epaoted, That all
goods, warea and merchandise aotnally On abip
board and bound to the United States, apd all
goods, wares and merchandise on deposit In
warehouses ar publlo stores at the date of the
passage of this act, shall be subject to ptj auch
duties, aa are provided: by law before) and at
the time or . the paaiage 01 1 this aoti Ana
provided , further:,- That all goods . deposited
in public store 01. bonded.. warehouse (alter
tale act takes, affect and goes into operation,
It deatgneA for ; consumption in the United
State, most , be withdrawn therefrom. Or the
datlea- thereon paid In three montba after the
same are deposited, and goods designed lor ex
EortatUMi and ooaaumptioa in nreiga countries
stay b withdrawn, by the owner at: any time
oeiore tne expiration ot tore years alter tne
asms era dannaueiL. aaeb roods, if not witn-
drawn in three years, to be regarded etj aban
doned, to tbe goVernmant, aad aeld nnder eueb
tegalaUona aa the Secretary of the Treasury
may presorib, and tne proceed a pua into toe
Treasury t jfrovidad, .That aerohaudiae wpon
duties within three months from the time 01 its
depoeitrsnayb withdrawn and entered fpf con
sumption at -any time within two yeara of the
time or ite deposit, upon tbe payment ot jt&o le
gal dntlea, with aa addition of twenty-five per
centum thereto: Provided also, j bat atcrcoaa.
dise upon which duties have beea paid Jif ex
ported to a foreign country within three years,
shall be entitled to return .duties;" propes- evi
dence of suoh merchandise having been landed
abroad to be furnished to' the collector, by tbe
Importer, one par centum oi said dunes to
retained by the government.'' ", "J w
[From the Boston Post.]
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Of all the demasosnes brought to the surface
of politica by tbe mutation of parties, and con-
turned in public poaiuon ay tne rtepuDiicaaj
Maaaachusetbv Penry , Wilaon is amobg the
most worthless, if, Indeed, be does not aland
the head of the category and hia conduct aince
tbe commencement of the war baa disparaged
the State, as far aa the epoch found him Capable
of doing It. . Instead of putting bis ahooMer
tbe wheel, and exerting the strength which
position would naturally give him.'to bid
authorities of Ills State In thela Onerous and
honorable duties, he) haa' employed a great part
of but time in haranguing at tue cornera ot
streets against tbem and their acta, and scold
ing like a querulous fish-woman, because they
did not accompiienimposaiDiiities.ana instantly
Create order and effiolenct Out of the thaos
Which fie nat done bis beat ,to contribute,
is almost the only man in the United States who
hal not given. Massachusetts credit fotj having
done bar share in. raising ana equipping- sroop
hrit wherever1 we have beard of btrd he
been a standintf filustrotioa of trie dtrty bird that
fouled ft own neat. " It Is' falf to toesume
ho tntefided only to ,'UIastrate hhi rjvfn superior
natrlatiam and emeiency, ana, per naps,, Die
bass for continuance in the, publlo Service
td doubt that he bs signally failed; ri' both
il, aba VAnnflcta. "would bB to doubt thW datamon
aenae and self-respect of tbo neopU of . Mi
chusetu . "it is men time mat sucifmea should
bs aUowed to devote their remarkable energies
tn their nrlvatd affairs' The veonndVrnnst:
sooner of laterv endeavor o fet klong rwltheut
tnem.anatne soonertnf, eipenmeor JSjWu
,n no li nr. - . . .
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, , jMargawnrH Jitai
VTO TltlJ MRBEBir GlVEjr
te;
Lv the nnderslcned hil been dnlv honolnieat br
Probate Court ef f rsntlld eeunTy, Ohio, Aemlnielratrei
efjtaeeetata otMaxgeal . ilila, date-ei aaidepunty
SSraJe'n. llBal .4Cf,f"Jf aM SaV'tHIad,
BonrrRTSi' ttinn oivs .i pAN
KDOlii.SiBewttTles.JaitopenHlf lfild
P.
iieiwa,
f dprtW l 4 X iv-s-Ci Ta. Seatli Kith tuo1
ta.-rj Kjiesa,J
be
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his
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but
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?J?i'. Swy5e .5100k.
-i.:p..sTO&'fmiiaA
ABMafDa?S,eTii,a :aatttal.
Ti ., W)DSV an lavltethe eoLH. ea L!
tbem- No saca stock of Ooeds ae7a Tk2L wLSPf
market. The &XZZttf
aaiejaaarlisr.of rieb goads, and thai -T., 1 m
Importers to seU theVsA tVtUmmimSttl
-J.belng m Net loTkat fiter Sea?Kk
neee,e keaatsua. nf .-a,t lrah ." IJ?"
paid for tbent la NeV (era, . S3 5fTZi
every dertmeu of " mm sasasHees la
eleoant dress tTusay-wnvfti
-. 'OTTOMAN VELOURS. 4f ,0 al
., BROGUE VAlENCt A3," ' ,:
-t .--tm ..pRHrrgo MERINbs,,,tJ1
!.,!. : ,v4 r- : -- PRINTED C0BURG8,
BLACK ALPAPA ', DrE1 WWOfS,
VaAlV9, - ; .f,,l.;a l tmHl
1. , .JFAtfcr WOVEN FABRJCS.r
:!.;
'.I- 1 S7JT
, vAA,U WOUL, DELAIWES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
i.
S HAW LS AMD, CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
flOSIEHY DEPARTMENT.
of every make
A Cemplete assortment of ill the usual rarie
ueaot . -i.', -.0
LADIES' CLOTHSf-
, CASSIMERE3,
. - OVERCOATINOS,
- - '' V."D TWEEDS,
FLAXNELS,
RIBBON'S,
... .: DRS3 TRIMMINGS,
Ladies andOemt's Linen Cambric Hand
u r IwroltfeLf, ftofto.
To DSraone who eaU om. urn. w An.
show Uwm the mrgeit, belt' and cheapen slock of Good,
ever seen In this market, or pay tbem one dollar per
hour whlls looking. r
ueci-oLyntawitw, . 7; .. BTONB at OH ABBA.
HEW ARRIVALS
-OF
Spring1. Suncmer" " Millinery.
Tho iStock Rplnlalioa
-PATT.TgvHiVt
FUtKTI LATEST IITlTOBTATIIia OT
,i -,..c . Kt BT0CI Of ' H 1 '.oT
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is now complete, comprlslDg every variety of Mlila-
try; also, a large assortment of Smbrolderies, Hosiery
and NoUoia, Sco., aod In qnan titles and prices that can
not fall to suit allThoHoay tavr as-with Seeil. The
goods have been beoght st Paale prices, and fill be sold
at a small advance on eesU ... . . .; i-.
'' MlLLlHEHY'
Miss M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
will 'snperin tend the UllUaary Department. Her loig
experience in the, most fashionable IitaUUbmeat la
Broadway will alont be a warranty that the will be able
to give entire tatlsfactloa hi matters of taste to all whs
auiyfavor her with their orders. 1 r;rt i - . t
The Ladles ef Oolambus aad vidalty will please ac
cept ray sincere thanki for their liberal patronsse, and
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
R. H. ; WARE. 1
68 Eaat Tawtt SJt, , Colnmbua, O. .
TO WHOM II MAY CQHCERg.
The Public Works of Ohio.
Orrica or txx lcssxbs oa Taa Pcauo Voaxsj
'' ' ' Colcxbos. Jane 13. I&il. 1
THB andenlsned having eeoome the Lessees of the
Publlo Works of Ohio, neder the act of at at 8. lil
and having entered bite the poeeetsien -of said Worst,
hereby give aouoe that in epotaiiBg aodsr said lease,
and discharging their daUes under the tame, the busi
ness win be transected witn tne pueua umaga agents
appointed by the Limit, under auob. rules, regulation,,
restrictions and llultAUont, as shall be preaedbsd for
kuwir uiciLU-.i,i.
Tbon Ageou tor me preeanc win oonsist or one gen
eral Agent, a Treasurer aad San rotary, tor the Central
Omoe el the Mtaeei at uoiaraoaa; aad ado neeeatery
Dumber of Bupenn ten (tents ot aepetrs and oollee.ors ef
Toll! oe tbe aeveral Werkt eDasnuMd m the tsaM.
The ueneral Agent shall be the principal eaeeuuve
officer of tas Leasees, tod shall have oberge a the gen
eral business office at Oolumbas. Ha shad have super
vision over the business or toe Leasees with the pablk,
and aa saca ageat shall eaocate all cootraote, exeaat
those for labor and materials ooruectei with the ordina
ry repairs ef the several Work, and- he- shall auAt aad
settle all acoounu. , 1 ,v
The datlea of the Treasurer and Secretary shall be
sack as aie usually discharged b aUallar eOosrs la ether
esses. . .. . ,
Tbe Baperlntendeots ef KepafrS shtu.'ea their re
ipse ilve divisions, have power to employ sad diesharge
all fubordlnttea and laborers, and to pureban all Seoie
and materials aeesseary in the erdiaary lepair ef such
division, and the tame shall be under Ibelf apodal di
rection and management. ' '
Tbe Oolleotor. ef Telle, WaWr Beats aaa tlaee, are
Invested with all the authority aod power, provided In
the laws of the Stove sad the regulations the Board
ef Pablle Works, made mv taatparpeea, wbm such Col
lectors acted under appointment and authority from the
Smto. - --j, .4.
No lodlvldaal member of the Lsticoe shall have the
right to transact business tn the name of the Lassies,
with any person or persons, tn any etas meaner tbaa
1 through the appointed aieaie, anlest speelally aulberis
ea oy iao mm, m; m .01 n.r aoati-wiy wv m uw f
Minted aewnts bars tuihsrirv te tnnaaet any kaela
In the name 01 tne Leasees, except in tne paructuar
ranch of tbe bosiaess eeaade to aim, and subtest ke
the rettrlctions and liBltatloas ot his agency.
No authority te borrow aaoaey en me oreeai ef ace
Tmm shall orer eatitt la ana- Lamm, saeat or other
employee of tho Lessees, anless fhssaao shall beeea-
mned by a ananimoea vets e to. MMfn, regular
meellaa, sad the ameant so aathsriaed to be borrowed
speciutd la the-ordersnd entered ea the Journal.
, Oco. W- Hannnav is tb flesmm Agent of the
Lessees, suauAaix a, aauTa, xreaiurcr, ana os
Jovcs, Seereury. " - t-
The Bapertateaeaare or aspurs ere: . , .
On the M. at B Canal and W. Bat BT. feoad-Joaara
Oooraa, TarUUt BaowMr Wat. f : Jaesasa aad Aairaa L.
Backos. - - j - r --- j ' b. f ' -1
Oa tht Ohio, waibondug ana Hocumr canals ana use
Moskoign ImproTement Bosmit H. Neeeat, taoaua
Miittx, Domrs MoOASTtrr. SiLvasna. ktanatav aad
Iowax Ball. - -
Tbe Collectors en the Canals, Musklnsam Improve
ment and Manmee Boad.are tbe sane that were In the
servleeef too State at tbo-tiaae ol tbe taeoatiea ef Ue
Leaser bat all the afsreaaU aceaU hld their appelat-
msnis at me pieaiurt aad opuon or roe Leteeee.
o ef f j.-k- !33
L-ftaan e vic,
i,iifpn nrtupfca
447
'0 Jti
i30 Is WBIi J. JAOBLSOIf,
v J U ARNOLD MeuBaax,
-iv rmi.a kooBB,
THOMAS BtteWST,
i of-
Lessees of we PublW Works.
C. ' . v -Urf'-A b A
"je UaJuai 5:
vie sua, .
ft-e
.aa tif "air
P frifc'Jtr Irish- Llneft- Goods;"
.tiaraAltTED TAltsiitt
itaea 8AM Saiims f lass at.lajr9
ct
. purling ao. v."im ummu. . . -tv-
Lines Bheenngs sad rilitr Castas.
) jaj'scrttf-b wjaeaaasraM
Linen Pociet-bandk n, alii
rll 10
vtca at.rv
I Adoea X'mmgtaa Vkpers
,1, , . . LAuen aapsins no u wyiwa...
"-Ltnen Table Clottia and iu bamaakar
fijla-
m levels wit oiiiwes r4
Llnea Sialr Ooverloxaaud UnuA.
for mw at taw piwa.i w4
I
ai atf)ii 1 uniiia bas atea ,aasi
trartaB an'trrRaotV.ai- f af ts .cmrtWDxa
, JO OBcee, 289 Broadwey Jew.TartClty, and
Pjnwas1 stotLDint), Columbtis, Ohio. ,
l"JprCr9flilatteoHod tid to ColUellons.
'aprlie-awa li - "" ; t-ast
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