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v u MANYPENNY & RSILLER;
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On nun 3 week. .84 00
One " W month 18 0
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' . All teotleee required la bepabllahx by law, legal nUI.
If entered en the IniMeescluiirely after the 4 ret week
, pel c'enl. more th.u the ebore ratee; bat ell net erti
'Pimot In the Trl-Weekly without charge. , ,
, BaflnCVa,i)olexoedliif. fire line; per'ycar, p.
il le. ti&O per iiinj rintUis ,
Noticea of meeimin. ohulUblee oaietlee. "-'-
trnmUut
entmit mutt it paid ff In
rttto will ioi
Weekly. eam trie the Baily, where tbeedreTileet
etthe weekly lona. Where lie. Pa.IL
ally and Weekly
4e both aewittien the charge lerthe Weekly will
therataef tha Dalli t aju . -l .
h ,So adwirUjemeat Uken eseept fcft detnlte period.
-BUSINESS-CARDS,
Attornoyat
a am arz-hHAOV emv . . .
'Onee-Ainb4f Balldloi, oppoelU Oapltol laun. 1 -to
. . r. OOLTJMBUS, OHIO,'
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
;, .r; MARION, OHIO.
' AinnrAonruti or
STEAM ENGINES ,& BOIIEKS,
Caitlnfi, lflll-6iliif , Ha11ii7. j i
ALIO,
XlAllrocuS. w oris,
OF ETSIT DUCalRIM; !. i(
. COt,J0IBO8, OHIO. !
0HA8.AMD08, Bnp't P. AMBOS, TreM.
deell. lBM tr " . .
1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Conneetiot at Orettltoe with the FltTBBDKQH, IT.
. WATNI fc OHIOAqO RAILROAD ' 1 '
for fituburgh, fkOadtlpMa ad aUimr$i AUo
for Fort Way and CMoaqo-
Conoeetlnf at Clerelind with theLAKI 8B0R1 BAIL-
BOAD .
rot Dunklrke Bat U Alkkxnr Baw
tu bu new a era
THREE TRAINS DAILY, ,
' XX0EPT BTJNDAY, . ,
' Prom OoloBbae, In oonneot Ion with Tralni en the
LITTLE "llAffll AND COLrBIBCS
AND XUNIA HAILBOAD8.
PJB8T.THAIN. ;is(j
' NIQni kZPU88i.-Le4TtoOolnabaatilA.lI
. will tear -panengert lit lUtlon tooth of Oallun,
' atop at Delaware, Aahley, Oardioctea and llead, and
at allitatlom north of Gallon, axriTlna at Olereland
, . at 8:00 A. M., Punklrk 3:00 P. M.. Buffalo 4:21 P. -af .
i Albany J.W A. M., Mew York 8:39 A. at., Soetoa 8:30
P. U., Plttabnrgh-Ttar Creatllne - 3:10 P. M , Pblladel
pbii3:10 A. hl.-Ohleafo via Creetlrn at 7-90 P. M.
VtW YORK XXPKI3S LtoTei Oolombni at.ll:lo
a. m. WUlatep at Lewi Centre, (for White iolphur
. Sprlofi), Delaware, Oardisftea, 01 lea, OreatlU, Bhel
.. by. New London, Wellington and ttrafteav antra at
. Olereland at 3:33 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. aa.:1 n
falo, 10:33 p. m j Albany, 843 a. a.( Hew Petk, 1:43
5. m.; Btiton, 4:40 p.m.-' Thla Train eenaaotaat heW
y lor Baudnnky, and at OJaftom for Toledo, arrlrtng at
.aoiedaIO:4Up. n. .. . , . . j
' ' THIRD IB AIN. "y ,i m . aj ' i, J ;
HAIL AND ACCOMatODATIOir-ieaT.! Oolambai
at 8.30 p. b. Will itop at all ItaUon Boeth af
;' ! Shelby, and at ' Mew London, Wellington, - elrafton,
' and Berea; errlrlng at Olerelaad at :& p. ; Don--'
klrk,tUM)a. .-, Saffalo, J Ja. .i Albany, t-0 p.ao,;
KeVoT,70p..Boelon, 115 p. m. Pltraborgb,
iOrtlUne,al HiSJf. a. Thlladelphbt, 1:00 p. m.,
Chicago, Ortetllae, 1:43 a. ai. Thli Train oaneoti
atbhelby for Baqduaky and Toledo; acrtrlBf at Toledo
.t. '. "Jrr ' I
i . Patent Sleepine Cars ars run l on, all
BigM Trains to CMoago, Wtr
, i i i iwim, York and Boston. -
.i'-.
, Zaqgagi Xtht&i& 'tirougK to Sm ' Torktmd Xotion
vvjii RET.UB.DJINQ.
7
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q,;, . .... i , . i .. in . . (
niuun.11 mj arnrv afc voiumpin m IVHU A,
' '1 Aoroaidarlon Bjureat arriretat Colnmbu at 7.30
a i - " - - ' - . - 1 i
're a Ler ta fcw ataV thar ftatiHe.
- in .ml ' im I7MH .lit !.'
, . .5 V A,Jt tTicht fit CrtttUne ar Cfcaeiiiii,
a. i.nT' I-
guperlntendent, ClcreUad,
JAMBS PATT8R80N, Agenb,
. - -vetnenima, oi
,. fl, eolnabni. Jus J7JWU, -
It.. i i,io Ui,
1110.
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AUATatAri lOO ban print KI0 Cone. I
!1 60 pocket old Datob, (JoTemiaent Jara Oofftev.i
. a,-7&ac0eyloB Ooffet. v ' ' - "
. . J04ibbl. ytandard Whit Bugtn, tonthtlng el Ppa
Tai'.
" 'J. auKOtvanianea, wranniateaaaaa a veneivo r
- -i 80 flulnUl aeorge Bank Oodtah. , Vl .n, t'tii:
SObbU. Men and Wo. 1 Mackerel. .' I
S tea. Pick Salmon. . -. ..-t GS J I
lOOer.bra
'6 Ur ttm S ti
J00 1 hj Olgan, .dlitereal hnadt and grade -
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hurt reeetred rnratb) wf "BOOTSKTT t
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WORCESTER'S
t!
Hit Utoat.TKsXftnreit-.'niB Bait
i . i.
Tbe n nll&bi atandardl
Ukttf mt Ikw atMVllabLjLBglUlf.
'fleie aTe'aewarda of a Slnnilrofl Thooiaiul Werda.
who ataOaMarleva maanlDrj aaiddetiTatloni, toy that
with Unit aeireet epellisg, d prooaMlaUon are olearLy
let befeaa the) yaCft .v. ;.';. ,
i jlTt ') 1 -i IT f' OicOwaM Qmmmial.
ktaiiutcUlmto Out jhmiZn Me b4 W
' t . i .... .
:iis-- w iMrTf aaweaawgia. f , , .
Vbej tndeawnad. mkn rd tka Akin Itate TMiarat
AaaoeiatlDn, atit aad ala to sea la taaahlef, wrlttaa
mt meeaklaa, taw eaihereavoy ftd wmaaaciehna elf
noreeeter's Mavalaarta iHetieewry. aad w eaeal eoy
dially ceeoeeaiaeal It at the atoet reliable ataadard au
thority of the aogllih Uogaare. aalt la bow wrltlta tad
poken. . ' . , . . , ,
Loll Affsatwa, Preildeal KenybTOolletre. ' ! ' ' 1
M. P, taaewrr, operlnteud.nl Kaneetllle Scheola.
f aoa. W. Baaerf, tap't Haeallo Cnloo Beheolt. ,
U. r. OowDiaT, inp'i Pnblle acheole, gaadoaky. ' '
imnltmcn, opt PnbUo Bchoolt, 01rlTill . 7 "
B. . BaaroaB, prloclpal Olerelaad female 8ealD
Wat. Mmanu. SapH Pabao fkfceeU, Mt. Unload
JouOaon. PrinnlnftL BtA ImmI Achniil. Mlnnaa
iota. ' ' ' ; . ,
Olaeuwatl. -!..
H. 1. Maara. lep'iOetitMi UsUa lettte -XBwHaaA,ariaelpalafellMly
Noraial leheol.
u I. Tama, Prof. Mathmatloe, Ohio CnWertlty.
Wat. W. Bowaas) iop'tTroy Doloa lekoel.
A. Q. Bonn. Prlaalaal Waat, 11 lib Aahoal. Olere-
A. JQBe. ttlaln Prlaeieal Hlah Bcheol. Olvre-
tend- : ... .. . i
laangu aTanLim. jrrwcipai aifa aeoooi, uierv
hod.'' -, '-,-nrf - ,- . i . l.v"
ft. f Henirea,Prldpal Olrretaad Ieatltnte.
it aV, ftaaw.a, freeident ef liaelat laaHtata, HI-
W. L. HaBItv. WW. ntflkanlab. Ahla WaalaeaJt
Obtfaratt. ' v- j; .... -
B. H. aUamnr, Xz-OeanaaadoaaT ef Oobubm Bchoola,
. iie Koaana, Pre. Itheeartfc ObeeHa Oollafe
Tae. E. Pi eel dial AaMaah Oelleaa.
m0.yyr., U. 'Oaa-aeurT,. Pref Hathamtk, Hl(h
roawiTOieauxM' ;.i' f-i . i i-f .- ,
Ot Oaaanusaak. PkbT. lanmae. Hbra ehaoi.
vawaoawa to - . j.tn i t 1 t:. i i - . L j
1 at. Saatarn, BerTt TJnloa Scheola, Aahlaod.
Mar tVm Bid Bnndrtd aOtrPrtrtdmU ef Colts-
0, fnf4ur$, Jutort and DUmUMi Siutw
, r maorna Me aoom tmtimmt. . i in
. il I . .... . hu M . ' I.i j
. PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
ataaiarra Ooliaal.an k trale h aaaldeeat work.
ao hoaer the aathoriha pmbllahere, and the whole
"uT- rreeiatnl Aodrawi.
On Waaurraa Pawutani It exoeedaaiy ezpeeta
none. It will be aur ralde In erthorreDby aadproiiaav
elation, and will often be ooeraited by m for In; neat
and aooa rate aHnlUoM."-PrttidaQl ihoeapeooi . ,
w, aotatfM tottaaaw VeleteAra we) bare aeaf
Webater a orthocrachT. At a recent aaeetlnc of
Paaaltf , It- wae decided to ehaaie It to eeaferm to that
of Wneeeaaii'a kanl
Qaarto
1
fcUeaery."-fraldect
waraeia.
Tirnuf Iiaaari Octaeea. "I
nd Ik worfty of
eerdlal epprobatioa. Preeident Hltoboock
. Oaaaua tJoiLaoa. "It aior thio meet! ay expecta
tion!, x reoonunend It at the ttandara aataonry la
rtheapy to air ahlldrn and ear paplla." PreaidenJ
aaorgan. ' . j .
Amoetl 0oujmi.--"I adopt arid Ua to on ta leaah-
big, wrltlngand ipeaklng, the orthography and prenan,
oauioB rroreeennra aoyai i(urn vicuonary.'-
rreeueai bui. ..... . u-u ,
MIn all By writing, ypeat lug, and timchlng, I hard ta
dearored to eooform to the rales for orthography and
proannelatloB a contained la Woreciler'i Dictionary.'
Horace alaca, lata Pretldear
rrleoav
' Kjurea Oniiaea flaiiam.. 1 'I atoet conUal 1
oad Uaatheaaeat rellablitndardatiorlty af the
ngliah language a It I bow written tad eposes.'
reeeidealAadiewi.f ! .i, j oj j
.SCHOOL COMMISSIOIRS CT . OHIO.
Aim BmMnmm Bnytk, Oommittionw ef Common
t 4not tMt. . . - i . .
"The Dictionary la ta lmperbhablt nioniment to the
taaralai and ladatry of Ita aathor, and aa honor to the
world of letter. The mechanical execution ta far tape
rlor to that of any ether Lex too With which I aa ao
qaeiated." : ,
from Bon. B. B. Barmy. tQommUttonir of
AiAaaaa OAea. . ,
The meet reliable tandart ulhorttjr of the ba-
gaage." . .
. . - WBUT iwje . 1
IaCMadlns 13''t)Pra) of Ohio Say.
ri.'JrwmaUObaaTehaA .;
Tba orthography of the Woreetter Dictionary a) that
ad bp aaat, tt not SU, inlhora of dlrttaoUon la thli
eonntry and Xngland, aad aonfomi to the feneral naage
of erdloary writer and apeaker. 1
Wbaeerer prejadleaa aoay bar ezlatei prerloatly, a
careful itody of thla rolaraa will larartably be followed
by a warm appreetaHoa f It great awnta, and a aeaire
to add It to the well .elected library, be It Urge or email.
It fa) a horary tetteoir, and will reauta aa Imperteha
bkieoordof the learning of It eoaaptler. ,
.Jromtk OMoinnaUOommtrtialof April to, ,
Bar are anwanta ef a hand red thoaaand Word Wood.
had aad Indlteerent wboee aialUfarleai meanlnga and
dertratlea, together with their torreot ipelllng and pro
aaaeMtKn, ar tai eieariy neioro tne eye. ine wera i
aaooaetiooehiy the grealeet Thiaanma of Xngllah Werd
ererpablUhed., ..i , .i.;-
Jrom t Clouland fUttadtaUr of toft. 80, 1360.
arid astir WoBcbtm'i Berria Qt)ATo DrrmiuaT et
Hoi onlv tA4 kut. oiittMtar tcork oft4btnd eoer a.
eMd,aadaa by no poMlUUtyanOtrbyoofflpariaonpr
eontrererty ' ' ' v I ,'
;.. Awm O 3bMa J2de Mot 80. i .. ,
Aa to laAnarjuneav' Woaonrta u tbi STanaBB
followed by our bait author; la definition! be tear
nothing to be deilred, and la OaTaoaaarar It It lafldeal
to aay that woacama can nt aareiy rouowea
1 IlKOnAIfl et BRAGG,
era UBBiarBe aaaaeuaaiaraea, aiauwuBre,
' K0.10T 8TTPBBI0K ST CLITILAIfD, OHM.
i . ') .-; : J j i ?' j;;-;
iM iNsuRAte' Company,
"m"!" " -;'!uTr linl i' j.r' -il 7;
DtviaenaynitBiiry s ,'tsbf '4 5 Percent
a a - . ! Saa-MaanBa - f . at ,w . . U . . J - .
, ; UiteieBl,HTsuinavrw 1, lgeu
Baleaca, pentoliaiatJan, aa, 1950..,.. 83,401,30) 39
aaoalreev Sot Areninaa- a - i -a
log th tekr. lbte.. .8151053 35.,, ,
aUcetvdror mteresl daring 1
, the MB-llW tiM.'w.... 114,044 tt ,r
Total receipt for 18CO....077,
Paid Claim by Death.9B7te50 00
PaMl'otWasaanta-a'r' ij-ftn
dared M. ....... 4L,11,S!V,.
Paid aUJarito.i?.'-:-, !i ku.i t'' a:. u
i re,-ee,. aaf.j-j' )j ,t.. u n
,chiiOg,eto.,..M ll33,f .: w ,
Paid Caaauiaalen to . . tf i I ..,,..,.
lrrt.,....rtt 8I,S W n.- .;(
tyidriaiclaaV ie.c , 76 L. u. .' TIl
lldAnnalti.,lpiT.IH. u., . .,;. .,
Paid DlTWamla due... . r . ...t.-, . '
L ,AaUW ia wrJjrj01Sof ?Jr.SJ,0Bi fiJ 4U,?8 14
'-'Hot Bbnot3taaay Tatl lPGl.l.'.',ir1.3,SlS,35 SO
4 il V4 :moI tASSBTSoi sa J.Si
0ahemaandiUirlMi) . 3,0M1 ft "
Bondaand Mottana aeaT . .. J
Bitato. worth doable ttie ,
amoont loaned,,.-,. ...tiJ2t4i 83 .1.
Premlara tfotee.
mm roiHuea
to forot, only drawing s per
tat., ton!. .!-.. 1.1 SB tt r,(
Baal Bte.Tie.,..,e.::Se.rS 87 , ! i
LoanaonScrlp.-.,,. 3,83144 ...
rremluma,Not.andOaah,ln " :" ' f
i Sjtatwtt aTanueWB.A- 3n vgi v i't
, .'total AJBtt.,.....f.. I3.81&U38 90
T,8T8 Policial m fores, tnarlng......,sT4S(03
' 1,438 ae Polled hen tawaedftrlag the yeej.
' AMaearefHlealcahafcaaf aa Ahi1 ta ha ef She
oatotaadlag PeUeetaef ta oiaitajt aa aarlng the
aeoeeeory omoeml ia naarra ebarefoa, tba Director
aara declared t vmcm of 4 per cent, ea the Pieatlr
aate M at ifa table ratoa to allpoliclee for life fn force.
towwd avlof to January l, 18e, payable aeoerdng to the
preeeae ran ef eae ejeeapairyt ' i (
Katea hit all bind
idi ef air ueatmrenein, rroap
ni, Staiemanta, and Application, will be fnralabtd
waiawei aauaa,at tee uaoeer Agenwee or mt com-
iw,-C'b''0'L0.B0VlB,YlotPrtidnt., , ,
' W.J&JOUlR, aeeretary. v . s ' -
itrT wsetai'J UMa. KfS)Nt Jftnt, .(,:
1 aTsrclfS, tSrt
Ooloauaa, O.
.1 B
Lklrl SIL.: ,-e rmr rmde. The
I, -
aevMtBkeat to Ibaeiun and at turn ttto n-n.
i' a
, a-., ...,.... ... ...... . .., gull.
i ! , .v.j ' 8V IWa k trtt'
Vi;.-' a -
'
i
Scroflila, or Kinds' Evil,
, . r 1- ..j '. . ..' . i . ... .. x ; .
a consUTuuonai aiiease, a corrupuon or the
blood," by wWch thU fluid become VltlaCed,
weak', and fjoor," Being la tfte cirptrtotloh, it
bcrvadgs the vhole body, and rosy burit out
ui dUedso on any part of it.', " No orgftn U free
from iu attack, not- U there one tvhich, it may
not destroy, The tciofulous taint if variously
caused "by mercurial disease, low living,' dis
ordered or unlicaUhr food, impure air, filth
and lilthy lutbits, ,tX( depreasing vice, and,
above alC.by tliv venereal infection. What
ever be it orgui, it ia hereditary in Uie con
ttitution, detceudiiig fcom parent to children
unto the third and fourth generation ) , indeed,
it tceme to be the rod of liim who aay,1"!
will visit tHo' iniquitiea of the iuthera upon
their children." ::,!'.:.: i r , i
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or uleerouh jttattci, which, in
the lung, liver, and internal wans, ia termed
tubercles; in the glandty ewellingsr, and on
the Mttrfitcc, emptione or tore. ' This foul cor
ruption, which gender in the blood, depresses
the energies of 1 rib, so that sorofUlou conttitnp
tiona not .only sutfor from scrontloua com
plaint, but llity liavo frr leu power to witli
timU ;th ottnckrof other disease; conse
quently viiat numbers polish by disorders
which, although hot scrofulous in their nature,
ore mill ronaeved fatal by thie taint in the
system. -Most 'of the consumption which de
cimate the human fttniity has its origin directly
in thU acrofulous cfrntMnirmtion aiid BKmy
dcstntctWo disease of the liver, kidneys, bruin,
rind, indeed, of nil the 'organs, arise from or
are aggravated tf the amo cause. ; ' i
' Qne qunrter of all d'iir people are S'crofulous (
tSclr jpersons ar6 invaded by thl lurking in-
fection,' 'and their health is undermined byit."
To cleanse it from the1 system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigbraM' it by .healthy food end ; exercise.
Such it. medicine we Supply in " , X .' X '
.... . ...-xayep'S'.;;'
Componnd Extract of Sarsaparilla,
tiie most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our time can devise for this every
where prevailing and fctal malady.. It is com
bined from the most active remedial that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
Sstem . from its destructive . consequences,
snce it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, hut also those other affec
tion which arise from it, such as Eruptive
and Skin Diseases, Sr. Anthony's "Fibs,
Ross, or Erysipelas, Pimpi.es, Pistules,
Blotches, Plains and Boils, TuxosI'etteu
and Salt Rhiiik, Scald Head, lUnowonu,
ItiiKUMATitM, Syphilitic and Mbhcuhial Dis
eases. Puopst, Dispepsla. DriiuinY, nd,
indeed, all Comi-laihi auisino yuou Vitia
ted oh Impure Blood. The popular belief
in " impurity of Via blood " is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood.' The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to Durifvand rewnerata this Vital fluid.
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions. ,
Ague Cure,
. ) VOa THE arEEDS CUBE Of , r-
Intermittent Ferer, orFeVer and Ague,
Remittent Favor, Cnlll Perer, Dumb
Agae, Periodical Headache, v BUiona
Headache, and BUiona Verera, Sndeed
for tha whole laa of dlaeaeee originate
lay In biliary derangement, earned by
the Malaria af Miaamatlo Coantrle. ,.
We are enabled here to ofler the community a
remedy which, while it cures the abort complaints
with certainty, is ill perfectly harrnlee in any
quantity. Such a rtmeay is intaluabltin diatritt
where thesa afflicting diaordtr prerail. Tlii
"Coat" txpela the miaamatic potion of Fsveb
AX9 Aooa from tba system, and prevents the de
velopment fit the aiseast, xl token en the first ap
proach of its premonitory tymptoms. ; It is not only
the pest remedy erar yet ois
covmd for thl oil
of complain ts, out alto the
cheapest The lam
we cupply for a dollar brtnri it within tho
uacn of every body and in ouiouidistnets, wnere
Fsven and Aova-prerail, erery body should
and I
pi on
hare it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tloai i A great superiority of this remedy over any
other erer diacorertd fur the speedy and certain
cur ol internuttents is tost it oonuum no umntnt
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
miurious enect whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy at if
thrv had nerev had the diteate
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mittent if ther amil themeelve of the proreinion
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lion or peeeengera. aa uey proceed direct lo lom don.
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fleket to Bod froai Londonderry. " " j ,
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MOgera fret all ta pemelpal lewaa ef reat atriuiaaaa
arenad. at renneea rate, or tct line ec tteaaaete,
by the WASHIBOTOM LIS S 01 BAILiltO PAOKJli'B,
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JL aoa Jlall ADuaB BAIII aa Dartnar In ml bud
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Bheinpeorlnj, , Oarlinaand DreealngSalooa, Baal State
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Summer Arrangement.
Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS.
For Cinolnnati; Darton'A lndianapollst
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Through to ludlanaooU withont Change of Cars
J ' and bnt Ooe Change of Cart between u
Four .Trsuris' Dafro
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t : mar TRAIN
A000HMODATION at S a. m.. atnnnln. mi .il
Uoo betweca Oolanaa and Oiocinnali and Dayton, ar.
rirlna at OlncinBatt al 1AOS - - . mmA mA TU.IM, -
8.l-m.,conogtltitt.payton for Indlanapoll atd
taaj Tf Cal I e .
X". SECOND TRAIN. 1 .! !
- .i.wa hi., BiuppiugaiiieneraoD,
Lendon, Char le, ton, Oedarvllle, Xenla, fcuflng Valley,
Oorwln, preeport, Port Ancient, tlorrow Bt., Lebanon,
Potter', Lervland and atilford, arrirlng at OinclnnaU
at 4.30 p. m., Dayton at 8.43 p. m., eonneotlncwith the
Ohio and Hlubilppl Ballroad for Lonlarllle, Ky., Vin.
oennee. Cairo, 8L Leul. NewOrlrana, ete.i at Dayton
for Indlanpoll, Lafayette, Torre Haute, Chluge aad
ail weetern point. - ' ,
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL at 0.10 0. m..atnnhtnt -n .,tAM- w .
topping at i
nd at Bprl
Oolambn and Xcoia, and at Spring Tallyr Corwla,
Morrow: and toreid, arrlvtng at OinclnnaU at 3 a. a.
FOURTH TRAIN:- '. X-' '
VI0HT EXPBfc-ga. via Dtrton. at 18 00 midnh?.
tapping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Middle town and
Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at 3.55 a. m.:atDa.
ton at 8.35. m.; connctting at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and Miallppl Uailroad lor Loaierille, Erwurllle,
Tineennee, Cairo, Bt. Louie. Menpbl, New Orlean.
and all poinU couth and Bonth-weat; alao, at Daytoa
for Indlanapoll!, Ufytte, Terr Haute, Chicago, en.
jLftor further Information
and Through Ticket,
pply lo tt. I. D0ITERI7, Ticket
Agent, Onion Depot,
Calamine. I
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P. W. BTRADER.
General Ticket Agent, OlnclnntH.
; JN0. W. DOHBBir, :
. Agent, Oolumbua,
B.W.W00DWABD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Colombo!, July 14, 1801 , ,.
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
' 00NH80TMI0 AT BKLLAIR1 WITH THB
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AI.PITTBBUBQH WITH THB 1
PENNSYLVANIA1 CENTRAL
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Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities !j'
Trains Leave Columbus as follows i
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Leaves Oolnabat 3.301.31. from Union Depot via
Bellaire or BteabenrlUe i trrire at Belial re, 10. SO A.
M l Btenbenrille, 13.80 P. M.; Pittebargh, 3.40 P. Bt.;
Harrieburg. 1.10 A. M.i tta MUntovm, trrire at New
fork 8.00 A. M.t eia PKUatUlpMa. arrlre at Phila
delphia, 3.10 A. M.( New fork. 10.3 A. M. Oonoect
auo at aarrubarg fer Balltaore, arrlriagat 7.43 A. M
aaaaaaawawaaaaaaawaaaanaaianaMeaeaa en
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Pro la Oolnabaa. run direetlr throneh to Bellaire Or
Piltabargh wiUioat change; aad Puaangers-Tla Allen-
wwuarriT u new a or at o a. ., , . i
ETTrTO B0TJB8 IK ADVANCE OP MOBiHSBN
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This Train also connects at Bellaire with the
' " Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. 1 '.- i .
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Leaves Columbu 11 89 A, St., from Union Depot, via
Steobenrllle; arriret Newark, 13.50 P. M.: Coehoe-
toa.S.13 P. U.I Bteabeorille, 0 P. M.; Plttebarg, 8.40
P. Mi jrrThia lithe only rtrato by which Paaaeagers
ota leareOlnclnnatl at 7 A. M., go tbtoBgh lo Pi tt
burgh in daylight, wlthiut change of car or delay.
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Leare Oolanba 8.13 P. M.freni Colon Depot, ria
Bellaire: arrlre at N.warkv 3.83 P. ll.J ganrfll,J
4 33 P. M.: Bellaire 7 .55 P. hi.: tittfhnifi. 11 M p.'
U. Harrltkarr, t.M A. M.j ria AUmiown, anlree
ti new iort,4 p. at.; Ha PMladMpHa, errirt
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M.j New York. 8 P. M, Thl
Train alao eonneott at UtrrUbarg lor Baltimore, ar-
nTiDt; an r. m. i.-
ThU timb ran U roach to Bellaire or PltUbnn wHla.
oat obarjre of OtrM aad from flUiburg than b no
change of Can to Philadelphia, or via AUtntown to
Hew York thai offeilng - ' j j
The! ooly Route from Columbus'to Baltimore,
rnuaaeipoia,or rrew xork, with only i.
, ,, , ,. t one i change of Cars.
By thla Train Panennr arrlre In New Vo.k awa
hour la tdrtoe of the Norther llaei. " I
Thl Train alto connect at Bellaire with tha Balrlmiwa
and Ohio B. R. . " . ,. , ' I
H7Tois Route is SO ml ice shorter to Pittsburg,
aoa taiuro man tun mues snorter to
i Nest York, than Northern Lines;' 0
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to the pnblto, heretofore. Bering the axolualre aaeney.
l ean sell aaaea el price to BuNtheatee. X karejuat
ruaTa a aargw twos ajr i-i u t i j
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A Commercial View.
[From Gore's (Liverpool) Advertiser, 18th.]
.
i . President Llfteoln and his advisers wers) pag
eloMeas therMelveB when they Issued theipfrlt
ff I?p! for tnof9 thst w" reponded to
i m,mvr"fJ "my astonishing, and with an
ardw as tntensifled a If months previously the
eoBiing events bad not east Its ominous shadow
be Tore If. - . , ;.... .. i , .
v JVhy should they now recede; almost before
a blow hoe been struck? ' Why should the so
stultify themselves In the eyes of the world as
to drop the sword Ilk braggart cravens before
I has been- wrenohedI from their grasp; or at
least before the result of one campaign has made
Ii apparent that the further prosecution of, the
wsr would not bs worth Its cost in blood aad
treasure? ;1 ' '
b aa2 tm V i. .-J b.'.-t
' Pefbsps no greet battle may be fought; 'bat
the War 'will u6t be tbe less disastrous on that
account, tana' the continuous ttocksde of tbe
Southern ports will Inflict a hid w on - tlie oom-
mrruw et mo worm, me cnects tT which, may be
felt for many years to come. The main ques
tion which crease for our immediata nnnaiiAaag..
Mob Is, how long can that blockade be enforced?
This, to us in Lancashire, I a most momentous
question, and it would afford us not a little sat
isfaction If we saw our way dear to say that the
blockade could not possibly be enforced beyond
tu.ciwvvi iu present year. ,
Since the commencement of tW Aniinan
difficulty, our editorial trumpet has given no
Mweiauatalew aaAevaaal ...a Max
uui" ovuuu. vur aources or tniormatlon
have supplied us with early and reliable lotelli-
Sence of what was passing on the other side of
io Atlantic, and we therefore flatter ourselves
that out words will have some little weight with
the oom-uerclel community, and especially with
those who are most deeply interested in the cot
ton iraue, wneo we warn them that a dearth of
cotton, such as was never experienced la this
eountfy lo any previous period of Its hlBtorj,
may overtake ns In the course of the next six
months, unless our Government awakens ta a
sense of tbe awf nl consequences which would
now irom aucn an event, and institute more ac
tive measures than any which It has hitherto
employed to induce tbe United States Govern
ment to yield to fate sod acknowledge tha Inrt..
pendence of the Confederate States. It wtwf
tawM tt utt to mt. We can see no other eola
tion of the difficulty. The Northern State
have the power to prolong tbe war indefinitely.
Tk. Q.nik. . t -i.-r--.j J .
lui-miuim, i. ueiuawu iu ana neia cannot
bo finally tubdued. Tbe folly of the eonteet
thus wsged Is consequently aa apparent to) us
in England, as tbe folly of that contest Whloh
we waged with our American br thi en tnerarrl
the cloeeof the last century was to some of our
then wisest statesmen. Nations, however,) are
not wiser now; the passions of men, when once
lashed into fnry, ate not more easily calmed.
Now , as then, notwithstanding tbe rapid
progress of civilization notwithstanding ; tbe
vision of universal peace Indulged in by some
harmless enthusiasts despite the uplifted
voice oi resson and religion; despite, too, the
generally resistless pleadings of self-interest
now, as men, mere are periods of national, ex.
cuemeni, ana oue oi these is at this moment
passing over tbe Kottb American Continent,
when the prunlog-hook is transformed Into
tne spear ana tbe plowshare beaten , into the
sword. At such a moment it Is vain to. hope
-Alt ,. . ' . '
turn -tae buu smaii voice ' oi . reason can
nusn tne storm or psaslon, or that even relic
ion can rein la .the fiery steeds of war.' i Let
ns, then, before cotton Is raised to e Jamlne
price, ao an tbat can be dona to increase our
uppura irom omer quarters, or we mty see
the article so enhanced ip value as to compel a
general resort to short tiros, If not tba shut
ting np of hundreds of mUls. We con not
forget that only lour years ago, With far less
reaton man now exists tor a rapid rise in its
value, we saw middling Orleans marked at 9)d.
per pound. Tbe EeonmUt ot Saturday
late upon the probable consequences of a tlie to
is. oa. per pound, ana upon tbe risk wblob would
then be incurred by operators In tbe staple
mi wnuo we are loosing out lor Ixesb supplies
ui tua raw material, let us a I so searoo lor ireso
outlets for tbe products of our looms; for al
ready oar ax ports are falling away enormously,
and soma idea of the extent to which the trade
of Liverpool and Lanoashlre has suffered . from
tbe war in America may be formed from the
fact that the exports of this nort have decretteif
in value last month, as compared with the same
month in I860, to the Incredible extent of. 2,
381,704, the greatest. falllna off beio Wpur
exports ta toe United .States. .-.AmorCcf,
which ' ahowta-. decrease-'aa. ther month oi
S1,738,733.1 .f. a.U , D..(ie3 ;
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[From Gore's (Liverpool) Advertiser, 18th.] [Editorial Correspondence of Albany Evening Journal.]
Mr. Thurlow Weed Tells who is Responsible
for the Disaster.
WASHINGTON, July 26, 1861.
;
painfully but reasohahl ex.
cuca, u muuiii w do inrormea of WDat, eo
deeply and vitally concerns tho general welfare.
When rebellion broke out into open war. tanon
Fort Sumter, the people rose with a unanimity
unexampled, jn tne world's (history, offering
themselves and their posseaalon, to the Govern
ment, aakioa only, in return, that a war thn
woutonl j and wickedly provoked, should be vig
orously Droeeculed-. . -'. , -: . ,.m , ,
passing over an lnierrtl f three 'raoaths, we
come id in ataastrous uuue ot Manassas,
V no is responiible lor this great, National dls
aster t O-Uciala conoot answer- Individuals
may speak, their answers Dassina for what tha
are worth, according to the estimate which the
puDUO put upon tnelr judgment and means ef in
formation.., , .. 1
Lleut.-Gen. Soott.tn the dlsohama af hh dafe
as Commander-in-Chief of tha army, conceited
and perieeted a plan of programme, by aaaae of
which he confidently, aa the summer and fall
campaign, anticipated the overthrow of the Con
federate army, and thus virtually to end the re
bellion. ' ? r.nci ., ei; u i ,
Thle plan, priatarily. erateavtblabad oAaina Af
instouotion, where raw levies might, during the
uiuuuie ui ,uu,i euiy ana August, DO SUDJOOtM
to dledpllne and Inured to service, lendlna tha
regltnenta, as they became lit for duty, Into the
Bald, making room, at they departed, for green
organisation. .... i
With his disposable force fatter tha aaft f
the, Capital Was assured; Gen. Scott commenoed
operartohe'at Fortress: Monroe,' near Harper's
Ferry i-Sad il Western Virelnia-tha I ntteS nolnt
I oaiDg uoai iBToraDre, pronung as no other See-
tlon did, by the cooperation and sympathies of
loyal inhsblUBte..- With "Washtbeton for hit
basset operations, the' western swlngs pi his
army were to feel and, light their way south
word, entil 'at the appointed' time, tavlng
reached their' designated positions, alt its ao
umns were to move simultaneously, Richmond
falling, as Mexico- fell before "an irreslstabre
""J . eni-.;i j aUi
J0a this Plan Old not accord with tha nnnalar
ldea. ' Prominent Individuals, whose couceile
and clamors preclpluted the outbreak,1 demand
ed prectpltata aotioa .'Thaee demand Ware
more aad mora Qaaonrev xettlur annaala
ter popnlas fealiag were sjooa follow sd by open
atpartlone and dsnunaiatmoaef G. Seots. And
nnaiiy.with a presBaptkea aad insolenoe nn-
beard Of, a teadias; louraal. aaanmlne aamifiand
of the army, issued and reiterated the. order
"Un to Richmond!" , .M ( . . - ,
' While widely spread" newspapers ' were thus
weakening tho Administration by assaalts -up
on saw MimmaBaiof nan era r bi ambarrase
menu were aggravated Br the Btrtistaal bos
tility. and arery day aspersions of the Foet-
mastet General, WhosS brother, a prominent
mtmoer or ingress, aasaued mm from the
stumo. . - i '
..Meanwhile. Congress aesembUdr 8enawVs
and Representatives, with more seal than
knowledge, caught np and reiterated the.erjv
On to Riohmond,'! .Tbe tmpatiAil Congress
Ben were leading aba Influential. ; They wait
ed epen tha Freuldenl to eomplaln of the ' inao.
tirkiy of the armyi dnd apoa . Oeet,- Soott, org.
log him "Ob to RkhgiorieV'i. ArBy, hills, pro.
pared with dellberBtiao kr Saaata.: triull
aocordanee.wlth toe views of She Govnme'nt,
t"oui.w py in iioum military Com
mutee, or wnicn Mr. Blair la chairman Tbe
President and his Cabinet Bail
J-1'" sol ihe eanMree af - Codgre'se-tbe
failure of maasnrea aaaential ta th& i.A..ifn
.uo war,.uBiess tne j Tttunt order fit i'On to
Richmond was obeved: " '' r T
' 'And rina, ah ..nLiU. Lm.-aI. u . .' L . . -
- Humiiw jvurunie oegaa io jui
f""0 Bveawia ana eoaraae ef tne rabel kn
my.. "Thtrtbilt uill mot 6nkti urk. L-..
rail swiff ruB"eto.,eto., appeared In flaming
capitals over flash paragraph. The whole pea.
war mind-wae ewatd ika., . s.u.iT.L
a - mww aa waiwei "gr
peaii. i a taovemtnt npea Man aaaae wae naW
I . "It w?B(Ui demanded. Passions aad
snlmoaittes kindred to those which once deluged
l"rl tirwaw Ir KlnMaf- a. -1 ' -
ranaj - of, the press, tbe deauneiatioiM of a Cobi.
net Minwter, and the ImpettxMity of er dsen
members M CongrstSa sxoiUBg ;the masses,
"mpved" Gn Scott "from his proprieties"
For once In his life his numo
- - v. aaa uiuu. W GIB DPiniT awT fll r A1 -I'haW taw
for orico "bis Bolad beosma tke mind of other
Ma.VT0 resatt has shown that It was si fa
tal weakness.. And yet, who knows what would
have been tbe effect, of an adherence tol hie
plaaT ' ; v j..,fr
in now yorie TrUmtmU adueatier mil
lions to distrust the wisdom ef tbe .Administra
tion and tba fidelity of tha Cmnaiviin.. .
erala. Every day emboldened ita nudanU
every mail and wire disseminated Its treason
and every hour augmented Its popular dlscon-
tU,,. f'nn--A .1 I. , . . .
.r r"rOT,'uuuBUiMiseeaonopenea sue
piciously, began to falter. The filairs one In
tbe Cabinet and the other In Conoa ..
organizing an "Oa to Richmond" faction. To
oarvresisteainese demands wwale bsvo over
thrown the . AdminUtraUorr-nd might have
destroyed the . Gore m Ant. 1W strlnauiai eainlawl
the hour," and a battle at Manassas, right or
.vuK, uwoame, noi a military, Dut a political
III. nntlan. 1.m , , . .
.1 . """ Mvwwr, as naa oean assertea,
that Gen. Scott Was eonatralnaH tr. Ii,il ,hl.
battle by the President. Between the President,
and, with one axoepUoo, the Cabloet, and Gen.
Soott, there has been mutual regard aad confl.
dence. ... , , ,
I Will DOt now ItOD to conetdM. rlotall. n' Miit.
OlieaetS. Tbe mslor blunder inalndoa all tha
minor ones.. There should have been no general
engagement until we were ia the field with an
army strong enough to overwhelm and m.h
but rebellion. There were other points at which
we could have been advantageously and success
fully occupied. . .. j
riut.even If it were excusable to assault an
army equal In numbers to our own, in its chosen
position, and behind its lntrenchments, the pur
pose should para been abandoned when; tbe
army ol Manassas was etreogthtned by that
irom rvincnester. men. surely t tbe conflict
was too un tonal. 'With all tha eondltlnna and
circumstancea so changed. Gen. McDowell
should hate take, the responsibility of disobey
UK bib oruare. ina reaann tmaid kawa inati.
fiad aim in the judgment of the Government
aoa people. ... ..fii ,,, ..., -:
Bat the order of "On to Richmond' was obey.
ed; and where does it leave at? . Where we
were three months ago, with a horde conflict
on our band, and a dismal, if not doubtful fu
ture. The "Oa to Richmond" dictators have
aaaea another year to the war, 8 hundred mil
lion of dollara to its cset. and orxwarl ararea
for fifteen or twenty thoaaand store soldiers."
Aad what have we earned, Alas, too little
ioi oa a learrui expanoitare or a ma, treasure,
blood and renelationti Wa hare kmraed. what
tew oouDted, that oar army Is all tbat It expect
ed Of it that OUr man fouehl with tha annrawa
of veterans i that we may always and under all
eirctttBSianaes.raiyoo thera.- We bare learned
wnat was also toa welt knows, thai tke army
was. In . man lBatance. Indiffanantlw alfLaTmA.
We have learned, too, the Imnortanca aad na.
oessity or aiseipiijio. n.iieava Iroope, however
axeellent tbe material, cannot he -loand In tbe
workshops, the ooro&alcs ar the slUee. They
most have military tralnlntr. wlthoat which
every "Oa to Rlcbraood" moveaeM will prove
aiailara. ,i t...'..w:v u;.- j .u r ... ,
Though we have eneonntarail a areat and
aiaasirous cheek though we are pained and
humiliated we possets the means aad the en
ergy to retrieve all. if these meant haaoernrtk
are wisely employed-1 may ia a future letter
indicate how.' ia mv judemant. thaaa an nana
T. W.
Military Movements in Canada.
Aeerrespoadentof tbe Detroit Fret Prnt
write from QiMbeei -' .
There is evidently eomelhiog in the wind, for
tbe most active pee pa ration are going en at the
fortifications at QtMbee."- Ramparto are being
torn down and rebuilt, and every little defeat Is
oeiog-repairear fune are also being put in
working order barrack thoroughly repaired,
asdaUieaodertbe tupervialon of -e etsff of
royal engineerd from England.1 " - : -T.
ineraure a grant many Sduthsrners at tree.
era la Quebec end t Moaday oreoiug, then
ma new wae racetrea ot tha reenit or tha bat
tle at Bull Rub, tbe pepultoe ware most jubilant
over the success of tbe rebels, i There arej bnt
few hi that portion '-et-Canada- w hot' eympa.
tniesore with tbe North, v When tbat la tbe
ease, what ere we to eXBsetf T--.-.?i s -
Tuere ie at present Ir Canada the Canadian
RiOee at London,, lbs TblrOela Infantry a( To
ronto, the Seventy-third at Montreal, the Sev
enteenth at Qaebeo,and Sixteenth Rifles. ie
October there will be five more additional regi
ments erat -Carrtdsrs also several Arm-
strong batteries, there being one at present
iu iuuuueai mat came out oi too ureal f.ut
era. '-'- ' - - i .
AporUodtof tbe suffbf Royal Engtoeers
esmefrom Queheq to Kingston oa tba earn
train witn is, tor tua purpose or placing the
dock; and navy yard there In a perfect state of
repair, at also tbe fortUostlone and barracks.
A uotllla of gsnbeauie to bo Seat oov from
England to be stationed at Klnistoa new Vara.
and to be in keeping with the present treaty.
rrom vueoeo to Toronto tne an absorbing
topio Is the was betwea the North And 8t)uth,
and there Is ao synptthr wbaUrer far, aha
North, but on the contrarv thev wish that 'mat
bd defeated In every battle., All tblf, codplad
with the aetlvo' preparations' folsg on among
maiiuiry auaira, sigunoanl or Uoglaoera -4ir-tenMotiyjttliJ
"iif-t teg i; fvcb t;a.M e.
A German Soldier on the Way Seine
of our Soldiers Retreated.
A brafi fellrjwc kmoaal'lha lath Haw Tork
German Rifles, who had fought In ssveral be
ties In Europe,,4escrlbed the stampede to me io
most ' ludicrous terms. Ha bad aan a mod
dealt flghtref.hst MfSevePwlteeesed such a
Ntreat-o ''Meia GoV? eWoalted, VVy, vrot
yourtinkr k!.J aee twx meiitla, ofllurr gola
I! I 3 . r 1 t . t , W
"j naw uer teyiai,DoiB onooa nossi . " 01 TOO
eali thatt - f tell you. mine fr en. Trot I Hnk
Pey hear' da order, 'ratreat, double qulckl. aad
dey maik gran' mUtaik- Day rtlnk 4e word
pome, 'double an' qail' an to dsy two mouat
one boss, fosS he eah-bah!" His disguit at
this equestrian feat Was Indescribable. ";. "
. , r o) Margaret D. TLlllips Citata,'
XTdriCB fi WITH BT fit TB1T TltiT
11 tha anderelgned ma kaea dalr annotated by tea
Probate Ooertef franklla aaaaty, Oble, AaaUniatratrU
of tha aetata ot Margaret p. Pbillipt, late of aald eouoty
deeeaaed. c" ffli:l i.i ( t I" i ,
Dated Jena 3, 1MI... MABT MATHBE.
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Spring tS: Suiazaer jaiUiiierj
IsiiWMplto,oaBmrltBf every Variety f Mllln-
ttT' U'n "'UM,t " Awaadatlaa, Baetcry
and BaUona, ko,, and la toaaUUa aad prteee rhat ata
not faU to auU all whojnay faror u with a call. The
loodi hare bean Bon(ht at Panic prion, aad till boM
at a traall ad ranee on coat.
KILL HI AT -
Mies M.E.T00NO, late of New TorkCltj,
will raperiabnd the Mllliaery '-prlaiil Taeraaaa
eaaarlaaeTla the aaeat tadilaatMs " f Tilt I .il
SreedwvwlUaloaeb awamatp ShetaaewOlaeaaat
UgivgeattnaatlcfacOaB ta autttrsef taato toallwk
nay Carer her with their order.
The tadie of Colunbo and ridnlty will Vae ta
tptny since re thank fbr Uielr liberal paanaafa, aad
I weald reepeetfulty tollcrt a WBtuaaae ef CV aaa
eSEastToerm at., OolasahBB, i.
TO WHOM IT MAY C01IS tif.
The Publio Works of Oaio.
Offtca or vwa Lnetn e tbs Poauo Watat i
- CMum. - , a-, I
'TMia BSdereigned baring become tbe Leeaaet ef the
1 PabMs WerkarOhU. aw,a.t7ZTr. r.r
and baring entered lata tha inan.n.a af aald tterka.'
nereoy gir aouce taal la opera ting aader aald Inn
aad dlaoaargtat their daaeaaadaf aWaaaaa, Ue bW
nea will be traaaacted with lb pablie thrawb, areata
T L"F avek rul.Tr!!iVlat,
MttriotloBa and " - - -
their gorernaent. "
Thoat Ageete tar pewMVMUgaaNaf eae Oea
ral Agent, a Treaaore, ant Secretary, for tha tfaairal
Offloe of tha Leaaeee at Columbuir and the i imir
number of Saperiatendaat ot BeaanaaaS OeUeeeare ef
ami wa iw aereau w orae enBfaced la tae lean.
inn
(Bear of
tral boalni
netoa ewer ina aeaaaat of the I mi u itk toe Bailie.
tad aa aca agent ahaU execute all eoetracta. Vteeal
uaae ror taner and aaatarlan eonaeotod with ta arduev
".f91 U Uwml Wjekattat d) (BaM taalt aad
tattl all aceeunu.
Thwetoilot ef la f aeaattre tad BioriUf haU ae
"rrr. 4ttu airVIl'y datltor aSsaaa to ether
The hHmaiaak et 1
ipectlv dlruion. hare aowee in aBaLu aA .
all auaerdlnan aad Laborer, and to parokaee ait toeV
ana atatertale aeeaaaary lo the ordinary eapaar ef tack
dlrialon, and the aua aball be ander their apeetol dl
teettoe and laaBagnmeat. ' - , ..,.11 C
' TaeOoilecton ef Toll, Water Banit aad Plaaa. are
inreated with all the authority and Bower, prerlead fa
SUl end the reralataeaa eltke Beard
at Pablie Worta. made for that parpoee, wkae eaek Usl
toeUrt aated aader appolntaeent tad aalaanejr (ran tka
No ladlrldaat 'aeatber of the7 Leaaeee aLaii l.'e the
right to areaaaet kadeeee to the Baaae-af the Leaaaaa,
lib any pence, at pence., la any ether aaaae ana
through the appointed errata, aoleea epeoUily aaUuuht
ad ay the hen i totodetaoraaailaayaaaet Ska aa-
aut m..v aauiuniy an traajaei any tewaeee
eh aaaad af lb lite eanrbt da tbe ..i.y.1..
ef the enelaea eaaded to Mi mmA nuai aa
tbe reetrietlona and limitation of hi 'agency.
a eutaertty ta kiM aMaky ea taaatailt af the
aaaea, ahaU ra axial in mar. midW
employee af the liV an leaf the aaan aball be eeey-
laiTeaiy aanaaiiaoaewek ef the Leeaee, a leaakar
meeting-, and the amount ae euthoriaad la be knai!
epeebled ia the order aad enewed ea taa jearaal -
wae.' er. aumrantar at me ueueaaf Aaaat ef tbe
eaee. BawaMia B. Ism. Traaaerer. aad Immm
Jerua, Secntary. .... . iiii u
ThasnparlntondenaorBepalr tat: , . ,
Oa the M.B. Canal aad W. BM. Boad-Jaeani
Ooeraa, Txeuu Ba wa, JWa. A easmoa aadvdsaaa i,.
O aaeOaler WaRieacVag aad aTta ejaattikaM the
ukluffum JLmaareeent -Bobbb-b II MtMaK. tain
Muaklugum .
kTOLaa. Da
Miuaa. Daaaii McOaAtbv. Bf Lrasraa Maaaaav aad
BawatB Baaa -
Tbe Coueetort oa the Canalt, Muaklnren Imrere
anal aad ataaana Aoad, are Uw aaaae that were la the
aarrlce ef the Stat at tba Baa ef the eaeraUea -ef IB
i ,ura ir'-
vw, uu, w atoreeaia areata bom Uiatr apBebar
nenaet ta pleaaam aad eaUoa ef ten Ue.ee. (
f' l.oq c-r'.T
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amaeaew awaiaw werma.
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WAHBAKTBtoVAaraftjc'ieq I
,Ulblrita-n PiaaPatMp i.
ShlrtJnc ead Boeoa Llnena.
.;rs4.
i :rn . Linen atle aad PliteiV CadfigS.-
rweaa ti-
I.ImAM f Lamm-
. - t in. U.MJun.,. im -Il -.-a
t-: n : LI a r-liianaillaaar
Llaen Wapklaeaad l) 0il-, ,
Linen Table Oloiha end lu i hmmki. f "
. tiava Towel wilh oolorad baclara.
Line Stair Oererlaeaaad 0rast
fi-'.'j . VoraaiealktWBeaaM. i v. J
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n a 8n.
te.MaatBMwat,
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.... . ATfOBSBY At I.aw.
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. C7 0ae.t9Broadw BewTrk C"y.
Paaoaa,aitaiiOaJuBba,OhioA; "( ' J ,
'ICTOatttlalthaoB paid W CoU-ella.H
,atlBTaBht''4 s.irjrf f t ' . i' '.
and
aalauuutr orVtehT! .'Jttf arBketothe a
r7T. '.Meiaiuea ina
rant agent ana 1 1 aa aw prtnelpal axecatlre
ana Laaeeee. aad dtatl haaa mt
to offio at Oolumbua. Be -a.lt wM TT.

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