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BUSINESS-CARDS.
SLttoxzi.ey At XM&rkr
' ''Jse-'&mboi BnlldlnJ, rfpportte fitpltol Iqtuie.
A. OQjaon.3NTJ3,
Attorney , & Counsellor at Law,
v T v, MARION, OHIO. !
OOZilTZLIBITa
Mar hine Manufacting Company
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STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Outingi, lCUl-Muriiif , XMhlBtrj.
, CIOLCSIBCS, OHiaLj
0HA8. AM BOB, Bap'i. 0 ... , F. AMBOB, Mm.
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Conneoting at Oreetlln with the PITTSBURGH,
WATNB fc.OBIOAQO BAItBOAD
T, : Ibr Pittiburth, FMladtlphto and BaUimov.
IT
for Fort Wayiu and OAieaov. i
Conneetiag at Clereland wltb theLAKJ BB0B1 SAIL
BOAD , . I i :
For pBklrk,'ilnffalOy SUbainr Ba-
ton, and Now York.
" : THBEE- TRAINS DAILx,
. I Ttoaa Ooluuboaj ni evaneetlon ltk T ratal on the
LITTLE niAffll AND COLVIHBt7
. . AND XEWlA BA1LHQAP8.
i i-TT--xfI8tUlAIII.v-fir
. I ' I i Niani JXPtE88Liii OolnakM at ) 40 A . kl
wiir knrrw paaawngerv nt all ranone aoam or uauen.
i , it atop at Delaware. Aakley, 0rlttoa a4 Sltead, and
at all itatlooi . north ot Oalion, arriving at Cleveland
. at 8:0U A. Dunkirk 100 P.M.. Bnttalo iMt. kf.
AlbeeyS.W A.M., New Yerk ttt A at., BeetontiM
P. M , Plttehorf h -via erettrn :80 P. M , Pklladal
' phtJ:10 A. at. OktogSvU OMUInatfOP. U.
"s,coirTBAni.",:'l-I
' RIW'VOBK iZPBKSBteaves Colnmbot a( 11:10
a. m. Will atop atlewle Oentra, (for Whit Balpkmr
. .. Bprlngi), Delaware. Oardlngtsn, Gallon. Oreetlln Bal-
-by, Mew London, Wellington -and Craften, arrtT
Olaveland at 3:3 p. m.i Dunkirk, 6:SO p. aa.1 Bok
fain, IU.-S5 p. m l Albany, 8H5a. n. Mew V, 1:45
p. B.j Boaton, 4:40 thai. This Tinln oeaoeoCeet Bhel
; by for Beudueky, ana at 04tfta for Toledo, arriving
' HAIL AMD- AOOOMMOBATXOWLaaveS'OSlUaiUa
at 8.30 p. .. Will atip at all staUW Boutk
Shelby, and afr Me 'nden, WelllnttMy Grafton,
" andBereai arriving at Olevatoaa al :M p.'t. Dun
kirk, S:OS. m. Bffar,'3iWa. at.) Aleyi,-l0p..;
NewTork, Vep. noatan, ei. f . m.) rmoargu
'' OretlliB. at ll:Up.t.f Pnlkieolpbla, W . a.,
'' Olilco, i0retllD,iaae. liiatla wotanaota
at bhelby for Bandukyand Tolede, errrtwg at foledo
at 8:J5 p. m. " ' 1 i ...rs'i..A I
.i Patent Sle'eping' Cvii art inn., oil 'all
, f BigM Trains to Coloftgtj; ;StrwNti
i Tv yorK ana oiton. -"f l"
Sawigi -tUtcJuS TXroutl itjtn Tor k and f&iliA
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" Oicirlntiiri Inreea arrhre at OolamkeJat 10:10 A.
' ' " ' Accommodation kxprete trrlrea at Clnntkaak7;f0
P. M. . .v4 1 - -ay .
.'t.t ..i.-yj njyi mnit nl. nuT I
I'nr n Lw at'-krantetnas Bttmts.
" AtVfir TicktUvia Crtttlimtn CUttlail'J,
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III I ' a a 1 nn ban nriiea Kin Oonee. le
' 1 60 pooketa old Datoh Qovarnment Java Ooffoh-"
, . 1 5 ban Ceylon Coffee .-.i v r?
BOQbbUn standard WblU Ingara, eoiwhttag f
( ri i .ird (ll,mhl. Orannlaled AMdBOofitetiX
. aOanlnlalaOeomBankOodfllh.. c I
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end (petklsr, the orttiofraphe tat- protinnclaUo
w ormetet'e Jtorti vnune juicuertery,
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dUlly reeammnil UHlht suit relleJjl
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M. D. Lmtn, Bnperiotndnt Cemanrtlltlo&dolft
Seo. tt. luim Bep't MMM) VMOD IKUSOI.
. . OowDHtr, Buo't fabUo BoheoJ, Bendaeky
i JoniLmaii . a- cimlMrllle.
V. J. kAirro, JUlaceMI UfMM few, hcbuuv
IJ. 'I'. J..',t'l-
1 1 Trie.' inom Ino't pablls BclooK. mi, union.
3u He frineinoi IteU flora! lokool, HIdM-
OfM Via. ViiaatMl. Baattk IeOuaedlkU BckooU
uioomuiu. i
Hi B. MilTW, Bup't Omton Union Bcboou.
Sawia lau, Prioolpel KoNeely Monul Bckool.
iT. Taita. Prof. Uetboutloi, Ohio Unlrerelty.
M. einn't Ttn TTnlAB Achoal. .
A. A. Bonim. FrinolMl Weet Hlsk Bchool, 0lt-
Ut.A- ; i.i:.
I. A. HoftTO, AeeooUU maapu HUD kwwi, vtertr
SnosoM Bnkuira. Trlnelpal Bigk onooi, van
K. V. Hnrbrroa.Prtoclpsi oiereioxa inroraw. -i.
A. jauPrliflt ! Jlectlo lntttutJ HI-
m. A it- i . ' '
V. Ik Kabaa Prof. I OlmUtry. Ohio Wk)Tn
, B. B. JBaim, Ix-OMttittloMWeonaon ncowifi
JeKHIioiriom, Prof. Bhetftrt, Oberlln uolltfe
Iloe.Hdi.Priildnt AnUookOollfK. I
0. W. H. Oathust. Pnf. MeUiMMtlcs. Sl0
Bchool, Deytoo. - ,
. 0. CiDKtuMei'. Prof, bncnan. filfk Bonotl.
M.Bijm,Bop't. Union BVjBooi,AiuJiai j
: Mm Am Urn U,mArd. mil PrttlAmU of OoR
Q4y roftitor$, Author md DUtintuithtd Muear
"RESIDENTS OF C0LLEQE8JN OHIO,
ou.trr-Prerfdr Aruireiri. ur
ouatrv.' Pnaldent Andxwwe. l--r
0io Wnutii UinvarrTMIt exceed my xpet
ilea. Itwlklbe my mldwta orpny andpronun-
latlon.nn4 will wftea be- onenl4 by lor Its Mat
and aoearat oIUom .'-rreeldent Ikonpeon . . h
B. Icxacno CotutoS. "Hrretofor w kaveaata
WsbtMr's ertkotraphy. At a rtoent nttni of
IWilty.lt waadMlded te ebaf It to eonform te hat
of woroeefrre
QarBeM. -
WawRBj
eattUal apprealon
I fleeen. nil m r "Tl
tM. L tMMnaent IS nalMStaneara nnuwrttym
evtkoapw te my ehUArea . ana niy iU."-rsldnt
' Ajmt)iladoptlaw t4 ntn tesoh.
law, wrltiaf ao epeakntg, ahocikerrplraa. piwoan
oleUoB ofWoroeeter' Jtoyal Hol. Dlettonary."
FroeHoal Bilk v ir .'i i- -'
"In all my irrlHnT,'sperSf,SBl staahlng, I have en
4eavord to eonSonn to tb role for orthography and
pronanolatloneeeootelntd la Weroeiler! Dictionary
Horace Mann, Ul frerldent. ' .. j
. Kurroa Oouan, Quiaini. "I mo it cordially feoom
niend it taw eee4llble ttaadard authority of
Bngltak iMgnataaa it . now written sn4pokn."
Piweldent Andrew.-' " U A k
,'8CfTOQL gOJliU8SlONER3f 0F; OHIOi
Irom&v. AnM amyli, 'OammUHimr o Common
r, .u p , AloAowie 0Mo-. i v ! .oM
'"Tbi Dictlotiary li an toperwhabl monnment to
kara log and Indneirvof tt antkor, and an honor to
world ti letter. The machanleal eaeentlon la far tnpw-
iter to that ef any other Ialoon With waten A am
wm Bon. B.-Bi-Bamn. XComminUmir
,H -.. ... .1 t U "'"Mi ' I
t.'-.i
,,., , j . a&oet in fyafo. .. . ' U:
Tho koet
'Tbo koet reliable Standard authority ef toe kmv
tiiage.''
."' it'WulwM
taxiing Nerwnrjpfipejrs) Of Obio
fWt7JeWiW(ioXarAS9
Tb erttwi
ed by moet, If not all, aatbor of distinction m
onntry and laglanA, aad eonforma t the genU naag
(oiUArperriMeaBdpakw.' -j? i jr w ';"
Whatever prquaioea may narw wwra Fnii;i
eartfol itndy of Ihla volnm will Invarinblr be followed
by a warm appraoiauon ei ita gre aawme, mi
to add It to the well looted Ubrary, k ft ktrg oramalL
IttaaUbrary inltaolf, Ma wiu snmaat m. inpriu.
btoMWMof IkwleanJnioflmeempiler. j
. Jiwt V XfincthmaH OmmtnM tf AprU fu.
Ir are npwarde of a hundred thene endwerde i gnid.
i iiuiiffmint hoe maltlfarlons meanlnn
i i imiiIh with tbelF eorrwat enelllnr and pro
nunciation, are an uwiy ociorw w ''''
aaquMtlonably tb giwelrtt Tnaaaaru of Bngllab Word
rwfpnbiiaa ''iK'r:Zfri
JrvfJU OUUta JHndtaUr of 01. BO, 1BS0,.
wmmrm'a BaTAi. Ouauto Dicnoaiaaf
etrel Mb fAe km. hnttX rmrr wor (Ae ttnd nr
W.aUoaaikr '4astktltty Mfltf hp eaaaparjaon
oratrovtity
, rf vrr p.-t . t
ToUiBloi4Qf HoVf-
A to MAatrnaATtoai: Woaotwm u xirs StahdaI
followed by our beet author; In definition be wave
nothing tobadiired.And in OaTaoenarav It I soflictent
to my Uial innmaM na be safely followed, j ,
rtxs im An.tamr sttfafio.
Pnnllanterer BwwkneUem uitirrs,
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iTWemJisiurr im8T,lPt!ent.
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p .'i BtstaeaaanA jamnmirl IMIr
Baiaric'. W sawaWt Jan.
bt,' W0. . .v. t9,4OB.S0
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in in jeee rw.- ww.aiu.vA., ,
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Total receipie ror iwieii hwi r a ia
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agte Xm,,.s- M ,!...-) -,-ar At allin
hjrote..rw' MJm H lyyu ' r e
tadit3easlMiiMSiv?'L;,::'-,;- oi7 91
Aeetial ".. l.- fw i.ae ,CJ:vT li
PaldtfiiyeMane'artWer t-W .M ,- t .ii.(
XautAnaaltle..M...t.eM. Wi.riaira en )... I.
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1.
fjsWAlMn.W.fiV.w- atfosH8,
BooaaMorrgcewa4el -',
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Betato, wanai' aoablo tar" n .m .i--nmoanl
loaned. S.Wt SoV , !
Piaalaar ft e tear war rollplee - . .
Mfoaniyaiaivsept a "
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lti Bit..... ...... soccssr'"
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ratam.oena'aa,ia it .t - l vs
Lponrj of .tan4ton.m, . , 4S,Xl 7ty
. . . . a. . .hd -r .f ;t - .h.'..v.- , -- '
TTi Pollda ta fores, Inurln(.(....iia,4t2avl8
.43Smrf PplWss Bate ran mama aunni urn year.
,'. After a oarefnl amloaUHos of the promt vnni
anutendlng Polio ie of th Company, and having
aAirw amoaaf la neerv tharotar, the DlMfe
umeeon-w
awvaoamt
af af par ceo. o ah Pa
am veld
ir cud pr
at th lablavates, to all pallcke forllsetn
I prior to January 1, lBoO.payabt aooorvbng I
,'miset tb Ooapanjr.' - ; - vi;
e for all klnda of II' OonHogwodrS, Pan
rt,-mio4-be
fojadebed
H'u. .Uu.iwiIa aa '.llOAtllui. WIU .
wiTnooteatlbl
r. ihkycoH. ,S.ril0tB VPTTrlBO,fMAnt.
la O '.r;.' !..O.a0VBB,TbjBtMPI.
-f wAs-e 'rut -..ia.uM4 4JMBlk,
March SS, lSCI .i..:rW;,re ....Coluaobaa.O.
f.Af i ' 'A t -nr -"r-s"-ra,
liKo-cS fi..-.. i, af ev.'.-y gm... 1 fioe
n vTin.4ilii ti.iii.. ai 1 t. laxem'-1-! ml
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fot scrolula is a aegenerauon qi uie oiou. un
. oiirticular purpoiemd virtns of this Sarsapa-
as ',H u tlk Mr;i a -.u. aria vital fluid,
I "ST , " JT w, uiinrl S.Blti U. imaible in
t,v:i la tl.-.a 1 -.ma auaaw aatwjia. ki 1 k
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irAud oil Balna M1btt-KttlitiaA,'!t
(HMi ttt Kla, mot ifceniihift ttmttj
b6V bll,ttetrittKtion.'' What-
the, lun. Uvct. and internal .OTCTni. i ttfari
IT. . . I . A'. uJ jj. I J. Ai4
depme
nl notonlr .uff' from WtoWou. com-
ntnnil tbo! nttAcliA of other diieftss ; . conse-
which, although not acrofulous In thetf n&tuw,
e.re . still. randcreiL fatal bv this . taint ill the
ytum,i M0.f tba coiuumptioii wliichds
ounatoi,te human feraUy has its origin direotly
in,.lui wtoiuloua eontamtnauoav na jnnny
it trutiv disease of tli liv kidneys, bxain
and, indeed, of U the organ, wiaa lr9n; or
aro aggravated by the lame cause, " i b
, One quartet of nil our people are aarofuloUi
tliea,pion are invaded by this lurking in
fectionV nnd thai health i undermined by it.
To ckkoae it from the lyatem we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, Vti in.
irarats . it . hw. Jiaolthv food and exerdie.
Such a medicine wt supply in s 0 j i
:'. ,!.rj) Vi ''n't lu',-,'" t-."A e.-i'ji , ...
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the modical
ekill of oux times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. 1 1t is com
bined from the most active wrnedials that have
been discovered far the expurgation of tins lout
disorder from the blood, ana tno rescue oi tne
rretam r from, its destructive , consequences.
Hence; it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those otner anee
:nn. iti!.ti hr!.a A-nm if. eiirh ae Emitntl
...rl .Rn Tttkaiewe. Mt. .'AkthONY'K Fine
BtOTCHES, BtAUIS Sla iJOIM. A BM0RS, A nTTER
andSAi j Bhbuk,,Scai.d Hbad, Amnoworm,
RiifWMATisMj SvPHame andMeiicrJiiTXt. Disr
tAstsDitoysT,' lVvSsirsiA,' DetiniT, Jand,
todeedv Ait CoaytAtam iern tkou Vitia
tib dii Lmpukb-Blood, i Xhe. popular belief
impurity of th$ blood
is founded in trnui,
., i'ur.-'!.
Agne Cure,
"'.fn'i t'lif M,WBW CURB Of,. , v. jt'w
Intermittent Few-, or Fewer aad Agate,
Remittent Fewer, Chill Fever, Dumb
Aaa, Periodical Hendacbe, or BUioae
Hoadaaktav ani UlUona Fever, indeed
fqr tbe whole claaa of dine orie;lMt
In In biliary derangement, canned bjr
the Jaalnrl inX Siteeanatio Coaatriee, ..,).
TVe art eaiUed herk to offer tbe community
remedy which, while it eurei the above complaint
with certainty, is still perfectly hatmless in any
quantity,' Such a remedy is invaluable in diitricti
where these aimcung oisorucr prevail. iun
"CottE" expel the miasmatic poison of Fia
and Aoci from the ayttem, and prevents the de-
veJopment of the disease, if taken On the tint an-
I tmiwnotWwenMMUwryaymfronw. iwirooiuyi
l tne oet rernooy ew j.i!,
Favsa a Aaua.-preTAils, every body shrjukt
have it and um it freely both for cure and pretee-
ticau i A treat auperiority of thia remedy over any
otner ever aucoverea lor tne gpevuy .ana roiuu
cure of Intermittent i that it contains no Quinine
nr mineral, eonaeauerrtlv it vrodaces no Qtrinietn
other injurious efforts whatever upon the etmetltti.
tio.- Thee wired by ft era left u Wealthy as
they had never had the oseaM. . -; irsv!'"
I ever and Ague ia not alone the couiequenc
the jnlaitnatio poiacm. A great variety of ditor
dert aria from ita irritation, among which are
Kmurnbin. Rheumatism. Gout, fftaaacfif. Blind-
uitotion, Painful Afeetim ofthi Splun, Uyster
tc$,'Painin th Betteit, VoUe, Poralysit zi Vt-
Ynnaimtnt of thi Stomach, all of which, nhen
criminating in this cause, put on the trrfermtffefil
. tM. T; "Pniii" itnelA
4 : -
the noiaon from th blood, and conasauentlv turn
them.AU ansa. mt ait Anvaitutoie pretecuort
immiarantf and peiwtyna trnveiling or tempowUy
reawitir m tn maiartona emncu. 11 mu
einnall or dailw while (noosed to the hnfedtion,,
thai Tfjlboel eacreted froin Uie systom, end csnhot
aecumuiate in auinacnt iiukmuiv w upru miy m.
ssa. -Hwnrw it I eiwi-maro-valuable for protec
tion thanwreeeMfcw wiH e aurfe from Irrter-'-niitUnto
iftbyvaiLthcmselvM.p4tbc protection
. 1 1 .. a .
TrepaVed by1r.T."P. AxXLt'-ifi. COMtaMell, Mais
, ; BOBBBTS gAMDBL, Oslnmbw,
Aad bv DniTTlet and Dealer TnTWber, .
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The Montreal Ooean Stoaaakip OeapMi '?'
full-powered Olyde-bnllt Bteamer an werr waa
ardar from POBTL4ND, earrylngtba Oanadlanand
rerr
United BtaMa enakl an paaatagwn, t r
T- WOBWBSIAK,' - -A, MOBTH AaTBBIOAIf.
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AMXRIOA TO AIX J ART! Of IXTROPB,
'ViJ.;Bateni't Iwnra to jlhiropw, "'
Will n from ItTBBPOOL rerr tredsidair,
and froaQUBBIO IT Batorday. nllmgal
LOrTDOMDKliAV. to Ncetv oa board and bved Jtall
Paeeraeer, to ana iron ireiAoa euu ooouauu. i -
TJOrTbe B lower art bailt of Iran, In watw-tighl
nlrttMnta. aerr atok M ewaod Barseen.
fvwrynttattoaj l paid ihoeomfcrreeAd aieomnMd'
I Hon of yuiuigire.Ae thetpreeeedSirwce to bONBON-
I n,v 4U. rm enA dele of aellis at Bt.
aavoKwa, - " ""v- I
aiaagow amnrmovanHa
wiauwn rnw MiiiiiDiiainT.. "
jlebmm mitfefi' whlchi la
fsyAUlWUVS WajuvavV'w1
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ia rromnonininaeiTy,-.1
UavtaMIMH) sarrra
trttrkt.laed tor earryin to and MtMiMI
wl4. A redwMd rate, W h Una of iieamni,
- - ' atll Ahaw fMtMiraVI awawtei rai taVTVaaa. nnnun
hwtha WABBIN8T0M
WABUlMUTUn liinai Vf aamuw wavaaaa,
luTim Ltreroool ererj weee.-- . .." -
liffttt Brat te ff tt ol iipwaroT
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Per- aaaeaao, eppip a ena- wjw. fa i"i.
wa?InwTWss4 utMlxam
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KVT.'a aTAttTH. eaeneral leant."
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Wtr al4 ft. AIit4jlliW(Wi
. aoio-tydbw '" e Offloe, Oorambne, Ohio.
"ttorMral-rrtM4 amee I
I "Blink Tfji BA'A6MlTKa
son JAMBS ADlvA BAItf a partner In nvf
which will hat -after be eondooted. nndr lb
Of Bain A Ban - ' X. BAJUi.BB aonth Blgk
Oolunbue, fob IS, 1801.
BFKBf KfEULJEB U,
ftAtdef Tltf.'ea'a P'MtllhiMol, If. TwprUtoro
tn new tar wiueaaMe nnavmr. aair
Snanpoorrlns, CnrilngaM Draarwg leleen. Beet
atnat, evor tie -e-iwt Vino, where BtaWoo
be rlraa m au.tn
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RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement.
RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia.
RAILROADS.
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'(ii4bat0taf qtif.twMnj!
(lane between Oolambnt end OlndBIUitl d4 Py wn, lr-
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tu . m. oeaceuwi n jvejuwinc uaweevjiu i
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.m i nxmiitia isea.ia;.-t6Wiit JeSertJD
London, ObuleelM. 0terrtlle, JUnU, kpriaf Valley,
CorwIn.trMoi.iL fort Ancient. Morrow St.. lebanon,
loator!, Iiovalenl and Mllford, arriving at Oluetonetl
at4.Mn. m.,BeytonatS.sp B.,xmnonarwiui u
Ohia uil MiululDoi RallraaAlor LoalaytlK y "
eeonea, Cairo, St. Leul w OrWana, , at Dayton
for InJUuepolU, UIvi"ft Waul, Chlcig and
att Western petotsTT' 1 37 -r
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u I'f.'i.tr iniu, KAta. sin
: MAIbatB.lOp.B.atopplnrat all station fteteetn
Colantba. ana Aenu, and at Kpriaf vaiiey, verwin,
Morrow and torolMd, arilylogatCUiclonaU at si a .
s.wtxh FOURTH TRAIN, c-.''
tWlOBT BXPK1SB. via Bivtoa. at 190 ntdaickt,
efleikw aa Londuei. Xeale. hmlcrn. Middle town and
Hamtlten, arrlrini at Otnelnnavl Ui.p a. nt.) at Day
ton at 8.55 a. m.; conncoUuf at OiaolhnHtl with the
Ohio and UMNlppt Haliroad lor iiOaitvuM, crammiM,
Tlneeoaea. Oelro. St. Loell. : Mnwfcla MeW Orleao.
and all polnta South and Bonth weet; aleo, el Paytoa
tar Inaienenolli. LaluetU. Terr Ueelte. Chkaao. etc.
Id- "-i - HI '1 II ' !; I s;
TTPSor. further Infotmatlon and Throtigk TkteU,
apply to kt, L. DOBXAY, Ticket Agent, Uniea poi.
hi tn rr. W: tntxti.-
t ,i,!..-v ,i i" I eVmenU Ticket Aftst, piaeiaaati, j
',1 .to:. -,tc loam t!,:."t. .
i V .; I.W.W00DWABD : ' " ;
auperlntenJent, OtnclaaatC,
Columbus, July 14, J801. ., ..., , "-.' '. i
RAILROADS. EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
Steubenville Short Line.
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
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IRAILROAD:
Shortest, Quickest b Most Reliable
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v. f Trains Leave Columbus as foiiows ;
.n -. .".Mrr lWBBINa BXPBIBS s i.!.. 1 1
Leaves Oetaabos 8 SS A. K. from Union Depot, via
eUalre or Steubenvlilei arrlveaal BellalM, IU.nu A
M. : BMnbnvlll. IS .SO P. M. I f Itttbnrgh, iM P. M.
turrUbarg, 1.10 A. M.! eV loitom, artlrc tt New
Torn 8.0U A. M.I eita PhiladtleMa, arrhrwi at f hlla-
ldinbta d.l0 A. M.i Hew lent. W.M A. M. Oenneota
San M MerrjiiMug tor vautaere, ninvinim f.VH At
Sleeping ;Car' att Aolied to tiii Train
from .Oolnnmna, ran dlreotly through to BU)lro or
PlUabargk, wliheut ehangoj and PMn(er,S via, Allen-
VJTfl B0UE8 iADTABCB ,6J, f OBTHBAB
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This "Tra'a also connects at Bellftfre with -the
I ' Baltimoreand Ohio Railroad. i
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Leaves Ooluo'bus 11 SS A. M., from Union Depot, via
Bteubenvtll) arrtvee at Ktwarl
wark, T ! voen
Coehoo-
ton. 8.15 P. M.I Btenbeavllle. ( P. M'1 PKajkaiw, 8
. kt. . TrTThil a tnaoalv Ham ha wbleh feeeenre
pan leave OisalnaaU at 7 A. Mgo toeoagk to CU
j iatt l0 dariignt,
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Wlljhout Chang or cry or wiay ,
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Leave Celumbu 8.U P. M., from Union Depot, vt
Bellelre: errlve at Newark, S.23 P. M.J laneayUla,
4 S3 P. M.i Bllaire.r .S3 P. M.i PltMNtrgh, n P.
M.I Barritburg, 8.00 A. hf. efa AUtnttwn. arrive
at Haw York. 4 P
a. I Aiseieaaatag,, ern
Philadelphia, UO P. J!.; Kew Tork, E. M, Ibl
Train aleo oonnect at iurruoarr rorsaiuaor, er
ri.iM.ii p. a . .jt k m
Tbla Train ran tbrosgu to Ballalr er f Itteburgwrlk-i
fat ebaocn ot cant u anm riifaaarg ur ia nw
change of Oar to Pklladlpbia ?. vl AUcntown to
I change or oars to ranaueip
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Tkp only Rout from (WjJJDbui Bait;
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j t f uiieuwpuin, or 41 ew aura, wnu-vij niti
!:f;ivi fcfnd i4SWgf .vars.j' .'-f -; I
Bf thle traa Pamr -arrive In Hew Trk ffrS
kunl, lima af the Harthem Un. ' . - ,, tt-Ji
Thla Train elae ooaaeoU atBellalr wUk(tb Ae lts
asuumon.a, m B4, ,JW 0t?, ,. ,(,' e
JTThis Rout is 30 miles shorter to Pittsbtir,
. ., , nn ,- Ji . .iT!.
ana more man iuv muua nnorier ur -
.11 .-'New York, thAnc Northern Lines. , "r
:. oui ,J S Ii .i 1 ..1 -1 niaeH l..-i I1 i ." 1
Bagjfajti', Checked Tiroufrlj ta all im
v: ijst s iSW :mTr.jUkni , ; , -
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Ticket. Coed' ever either. Bhti
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din. TirWt Anent Central Ohio B.' A.
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i-t ALL AT "NO. 3, fcOtJTtt tllGn! BT
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Ar..2nicAN wai uiia3,3
kiuufactared by B.' B0WiA"'D' A' CO:. 1 Boctmk,
Tbee Wvtoheaara far aBetiof to anytbiag vt
to tbepablw, lMtofaa Harlot tb aaxilaerr aacT,
I oan nil them at price. K sou to tun,, A Jate
rocoivadabrrl atoek of . v ; , t- r
.i ,r t P AMERICAN WATCHES,::
raaurajtorai sy ATPLBTOBi IBAOTfJ A 00
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aba,
BNCLlfSI AND tWIB Xf ATCTiB.Sr
aad I
-' " rh Sots and ailvtf 0t. at Taiih Price.
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THE CIVILIANS AT BULL RUN.
BY H. R. TRACY.
Heve yon ketM of 4k Mory t kskloK I HeffH
mwra. me eiriiiam wag vtnl to Uit flM . y(
Wh ererjr thlut hny, from Modwlck to briidy,
Jto fiU tata broad stomaen and auk Uim nil Ugb
t1ij wr bMlh from onr It? ttrMt, tad nitlt Qm
And tatmben ot Gonereee tn the ..t f.i,. . s
wOJl
Sw.je reverter (eoie rnaUr eoortert) , "
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Paevldtd wltk paaara ae br aa Makaaia, fJ;-rsdr;
The portly civilian rod lolly along; ,
Till the Kaud ef the battle, the ma, end UuVihi
UI cannon and aiaakft drowned waghter SAd Kt L j
Their keerii were an wining to wllneel fhd uillng.
When the Jotlrolvlllin had oboaea their erennd.
They drank and they nibbled reporter they erlUiledi
Wnjl ihot from the cannon were flying arouni , j -ul
Bat nearer tbd rattle end eienn of lb talllc :'' '
Appreteked the orvillen who eaae te e ikewj - t ,
Xke terrible thunder ailed them with wonder , . i
adu irimoiiog, au Huatlng with .fear of tb be. I
Ike bill's rhll llyraff, the groan of lb Tm,
Soea aaolihed thaie Dleeenra anA ralneA Uulr rani
Ther ni Urrlbl (laughter blood ran Ilk water 1
nnen civiiiaa were pickaictlng down at Bull ttmi. '
Their forati AlilennMtoarkrtaktnwltbpable,'' '.
, .Wiionlhv' Bleckiinra'' tep dewa bae a cloud on
, , f the plaint , - ., ..(-.
TbeyrtiabeUr-iatlter,(belrftbodieiWelter -I '
xney ay iroa in neia uickly itrewn Wltb tbe iUCd.
..lll.JJ , . '.. . ml :.0i.i.,... '
Oh I saw me from fAeffrage; Ohl gtv a my carriage r -
, uiii.uuie4Hj uate imeHeBa 4cq ud; j i j j
Ml I. . 1 1 1 1 . , a . . .
iwugcr moj y ii, ij wiw oraouy ana wateay. ,
longer thej-teek for fl4htt Bull Aunl h1
.: w iw ilbM.. ...J..i . ir
Did they eon dewa then haltxrvto StMrptd the arkjl
. ai wouu an eo, tat new na a Jau Uiey drlrei i ,
0'r tb dead and the wounded Unit vehicle bounded,
aneycBrmgiornaugninut to gel aea alive. i
a ,u. yjijctvii.. ...'. . : . i . ... ... - t: .
Tor fh Uarp deaoUHon ahat street tbiengb tb nation,
-. f. . u4mw w aoweua, ui emuaa ana rami, h.-. a
When oar eoldler next go to batUe the fot, . ,
" May our portly ctvluantb kept her at home.
etVt Btrald. wi.il
a e-"ae a'
[From the London Times, July 24.]
Our Military Outpouring.
.
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The oitlaefiS of the United Stetee maw
be proud pf their new army,'" More- than forty
years oi eeaoe, Drogen onir dt such lnterruD-
tiong atae Mexican war and tbe cxpedltlos to
uiarr, nave oot tome least aegree blunted ibeir
mllitart spirit.'-It b' impossible to read Itbe
speolal report Of the Secretary of War to itbe
Prerlrjeot, WHhout being reminded of thoso aa-
cient denocTieln, in wmch the whole" adult
population , would gaily out to repel. foreign
afrretBloo, and all the richer "citlsens 'would
contribute freely to the expeoges Of war.) . If
republican mutations are Indeed on their trial,
W is not at tni point that they will break dewo.
The; Secretary may be forgiven for Upilng
from the narrative into the rhetorical style, in
aeaertoiBg toe eomposition or this force la
quarter of A million, so rapidly raised ;aod so
effloiently armed. "Bat a few weeka stocei the
men compoBlng this great array were- punning
the avocations of peace-. "..They' fathered from
tbe farm, from :the workshop, from the fac
tory, from L the mine The mlnUter came
from his pulpit, the merohens- from his Count
lug room, the professor ' Sod student fromitbs
college, tbe teacher and pupils from ' the oom
mon schools. Young men of fortune left lezu
riocs homes for tbe tent and the camp.-.Na
tive and foreign born alike cams forward with a
common enthaal4im.M The Government' lode
itself "embarrassed with the gwewns outpour.
ing of volunteers to sustain its action' fine
flrat call for troops, made on thS lSib pf April,
though ii did not extend to tbe States which
had then seceded, and was peremtorily rejected
by several other, met with so entbustaadc7 A
reeponM tn the North, thai the euota aotually
Iaraishe4 exceeded by several kboasands ,tbat
dsfloed 1b tbe proclamation. Uader the sec
.....t.t.lH r tV.- Ait. f Vl. - V1U
Wild 1414UUIIMVU VI U1V1IU Ul KUMJf WU1VU JWM
not i limited like the former to the period of
three montna aerview, doi invited eaiistavebt
for three jeara, or the whole period of .the war,
no ism wan ewe surra red -and eight regiments
nave been enrolled, ah one nnnarsd aad trty
tbree are already In active service. Altogeth
er, the State eenooaot on a force of two hun
dred and eighty thousand officers and men tfter
the discharge of the first contingent, aad there
see ms hp mason to doubt fbat this may N in-
'creased Indefinitely. ' The Senate has Already
more in so responded to toe rresiaent's appeal,
by anthoTlalDg.the employment jof; 500,00.
.irr,ntr. lZIrnlTiL.
volontesrs and approptlaUng five hundred inil.
oct or collars for the war. ; waby critidtsma
rtlr prob&blr ocoar" to mlrlurv men on the
deficiency of 'CMtr) And, actlUerymeoi'the
very smtn Droportion ot vsierans among tbMS
raw recruits, end, the Inevitable Inexperience of
the officers. It will not be easy to convince
professional soldiers thai 1 task Which cost Pel-
la jHumora vears or patient seal, and . &W
Garibaldi failed ta Comnlate in the moat ewarit.
iai or ctmpaigDa. can. re acoompusoeajaw
evaw vr j,i7uotai buv,, . . ,a,iA efiia HJ waj wi
true', bat a people In arcs can' never bS'.4thr.
wise than lbrmltlable, and In tbts esse tbsy1 will
oe opposed to u enemy py oo mesbA. tnsir tu
. I. - . . 1 . M I . I " U . -V '
prTiur nt cquiprneat anti uiacnuiu. . ou.au an
effort most command admiration, pd, regarded
as an experiment, is well c,sicuia,rq to aspire
confidence la the elaaiWty otqtulj
t.tloa,; 'j , . ""1, .'i.'r, . l- i.
Tbe bet Wish that We cad' suggest for the
great republic now entering oa a struggle more
desperate than any which baa tested its etrMgth
linos the War Ot. Independence, is that jt may
una n aa eaay M tuaoana 11s, volunteer- army,
as it has been to muster It. ', Mtanwhlls, the
sbort terms of enlistment whM. crlnnled Wash
lugton s action so muoo, nave been auperaoaea
or s eystem wnicn nrlunily oanverts , volun
teer fore into a standlug Army ud . rjcr eby
reoioves one main obstacle to a tedious Conflict.
We shall not reiterate the eommopplnces hbout
standing armies, bat we thlskit wyrih wllle
Dointouttnat American soc atv- mar d aoon
exposed, Almost for the firat tltue, to a olus
temptations wblob bar turned tbe heads and
rained the- liberties "of Some of the greatest
anong aatlMnv.r taam uatjm-) 1 -'-
[From the London Times (City Article) July 24.]
The American War Loan.
and
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onwred
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iii
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As ii Is almost certain that. If the American
.1 .- ...I... -
ifw Aiou.uuu.uw Btoriing oonwmpiatw y
rraur:ni prvpaaia wiia urn euauwivr numiumg
. i4lL4 ij th. em Ann k In R,MU. It la kanM
- rr.r.rr "r.-.;:r -;iz",-
rV fcUSAl AAlUCIlurreu UUBUWIVtBI UUUtVI ltrvWMlf
" . i . a it. a J... a-l. a -a.lA7
Dt ignaioa idw iiiitaTiuwsw miw whita buj
a. 1 a -11 a.. - Km.
wl WBVIB Ifwwa-aialil wvamaMMV , aaH
thing that might.be saia lai-onaou wnen a loat)
WM aeiaauy wouim lorwanj, woiua pwruepn
once he denounced with the lnoohereni
lately mamiMted in relation te every otner pro-
aawa ta laawaM dlninnolntmant bw tararrlna-
r - - . . r i . -
ue quMuon wnue tnereuyei ume iormdis
cuiioo. ,lA the present eontMl the Nortpolnt
bv iu swum an rvpuuiawrai auu otaiia etruug
(.Iili .k tK.l. a.n fln.nnlal liil.orlt. i Tit.
MIB I ana rawit W na aeae-mMewaj S" A J
can be aettled simply like any Other matter
history., 01 the thlrty-tjuje. Butea of, the
Ion AMrly one-Kth araetaioed by iepudtaUoa,Uc
direct oe inaurect. . Muvueseao not nUMtong
to the South . s Tbe balaaee of ditsrece Is Bear-
1. .....1 'it.. Ji.iin Q...v,. c.t
',..,w""r "T . f'"u ?" "STl
Miasissippl, Arkanaaa. and r lotto. , in
North the chief offender is Michigan, but there
le also a soot on Penuivlvania, which haa
been winod out. and Indiana In an Indirect
ban . claied herself In Doaltlon varv liius
Leina from that of determined dcfauLL". Of
saoomproml4Buta,tberfare, three belong
to the kSvtrVA.ena tbreo to UO JUafW. ;i
two modifying circumstances to be
but It ta doubtful If these w 111 alter the btlauce.
As regarda tbe South, MlMlseippl freaeeia
qaetleaobly thaavait AagrMt oa. Hire,
oly.hMtbodootiliie o rwpndlAtiea teen main
1
Hlned, a It U wet asnong tas eaorea rgnn
man, but every appsal 81 the ehcated ereditors
A
188 been ma with dofliol taunt, tbe leader
1 ay-aaw wa a . . w-rrv.v - -
r'!;!?oi
an'ooasfon tfeMUr, ieffarann
.. -j 4 iiicu, an am new position, )
has besome senslbJe f th. f.tal cractet of
p i uie career. exi Oomes Arkapaas.
wnieh, fa the-opennese otttebad falttr, has been
have ftoridwblah.has,lwye eontg M to
avoid a direct avowal or jepudiationbj rMort.
log Instead to d quibble 'of Constitutional law.'
Tbe debt 'of Florida was contracted when she
was a "Territorji'S end thee pie is, that, for
debts go wntrrtedr, the: aderal Osvernment
are liable. The Federal Government takee the
opposite vW, and the result 'fg that between
them Abe creditor veto bolhlBg'.,-n31-' - 1 ;
i TOiBln o the North, .the only Btate whose
OOndnOt ! anv Avnraa .mJ. U - . I H4 1 -! i i
is Michigan. In this Oase. tba rermdl.tlna le
rJIrfct and unblushing, and Is rather aggravated
by tbr laal tbss, M 4here ie portion of debt
wbioh she has not repvointed, nod on which she
pajs dividends, the Governor.. Ia his 'annual
,e,urany .iniroauoes a nourleb to tbe
effeot that, with the honor by which she haa ev
at been dlatiognished, the 8Ute rxmtlnaes to
provide duly lor U. bet poblit obligations.
rennsylraoia bag never, In the general eense,
been a repudlator, but her flnanoUl character
suffers from a wound which derives' ita want
feature from its BtiaalhieM, h iesued bonds
for arrears of divldeodajnt a full rat of Inter
est, and when these fell due with accumulation
of such Interest, refuaed to pay them nnleea the
holders woald nooept lower rate. " It le alao to
be meotioned that, eJlboueb. the Statak nndar
o other delinqueney, the mmnlolpality ot Pitts
burg one of her chief towns, tbe Birmingham
of America bare very recently refused to psy
a large amount of railway bonds leaned on their
guarantee, and, with tbe support ef the popu
lace, they bsve defied even tbe mandate of th
Supreme Conrt. 'The next and last Stat la
Indiana.: This State,' after tedioas' default,
eftsred to pay diridMds upon half ber debiylf
ner creaitora wonid tahA tbe vnfloished 6Ute
Canal in payment for the other half, advancing
at tbe same time sufficient tor Its completion.
The value of -the canal waa cooa!derable,,be
eause it took all the oentral traffie of that State,
and ,wm protested by a cbartet which it we
agreed should be upheld against competing
lines, either of canst or railway. - The creditors
Accepted tb terms' aad . laid ent the required
stun, Aoi instantly, apon this, beiog done (he
State authorities removed all protection, passed
a law enabling tbe eonatraotlon of opposition
lines actually along its banks, And tbns render
ed Ike property entirely worthies v j ' ' ; "
Tbeae are anoolored facta which cannot be
contradicted, and capitalists must form their
own concIoslonS from tbem." But it will be Bald
that they do hot hearten the Federal- Govern.
meut, whune aagtgensnta, with the exception
of the paper lseuee. durins tbe Revolutlooarv
war, have alwajahAea dnly fulfilled. That is a
point, however, for etveh ladl vidua! to determine,
according to his faaoy aa to whether a certain
proportion e nnsoBnd States Among a, limited
leaeratton ia to do reckonea aa an element oi
danger. We must also bear in mind that U la
not our place to decide which la the real offand.
er witn regard to tb I lortde debt the Individ
nal State or tbe Federal Government end, like
wise, that ftlihongh Mr. Jefferwq Paris is now
frequently assailed bv sneakers at Waahintton
for bis flaanaial antecedents, those antecedents
were never, notu the outbreak of secession,
oited by federalists or Northerners m dlsqaaH
fving bim for the hlchaet office of Sbu i Fl
Daily, It must be remarked that the aggregate
population of suoh ol. -the Northers States as
bare been compromised by default le 5,000,000,
and that of the Southern only 800,000. . Uader
tnese eiroumstaoces, it would teem there is not
muoh to encourage our capitalists to interfere
by supplying means to either side; while la a
political eonae it I certain that any eubh move-
meat would injure oar future good relations,
sinoe we should have a atrnnz nrosnect that on
tbe termination of the contest either by force
or coinoromtse the re united friend would
join to attribute tbe greater part of the miseries
they bad inflicted on each other to Brittih geld
maliciously supplied by oar aristocracy Jos the
rery purpose of giving latenslty to the contest
.ni Au.in. r.- in.,t,nin. - . 'J ! -..!
44U4l440.kfWTlUai4V4flUD.lk44.IWU..
-4 w.- m - q: , f...
Affairs South.
J
,
te
of
at
ury
Ua- with seceMloi Tle SMm
their abilitj to geAootto to a foreign!
..
1 lent sad ; ytry abundant, ; .Wheat hw etiffered
never! muck from, rust ia luUlana,.MisstaIppl
ait
mepufeotybiawuuiianAAna.iumoi. m wcot:,,,,
L - Troope were numerous la Tenneeee e and
an-1 uouinern Aentncsy, wnere uie neeeseion element
ootf la very atrong-. ' It wis tbe general belief
both Kentucky and Missouri would jole
01
a gentleman, a hy-Urth,
whs has Ured in New Orleans thepast tiro years
as a machinist, w Kitber Mm inormatioo re
specting matters at tbo South.' , He left New
Orleana about tbe 1st of Jaly, nndW armrahan-
aion that- his ant! smobbIoa wlaww might.' bring
bim into trouble. 11 bad reeeired no warning
to leave, or any inUmatro to tbat effeot, bkt as
all Nortbsrnare ar tegarded with snsplcief at
tbe pre ant lime b deemed 11 prudent te go.
the reporti that many persons of
I . . .mtla,nlt nia L. mAled ioW. but
nil Senumentanaa own comowiiea to leave, outl
amtM IhkV IndlfkitiM UDOW Mostnona- snen are
..... .nM. .Th . kiMh
4.-" 4.J. . WW.- 4.. .w.
tanses ot tarring ana leamering, wi, bui to
majority Of Stories or mat sort are mere notion.
Men Ot Whatever pontrcal Opinions ere treatea
biviHy, though na, avowal Of opposlUon to the
prevailing sentiments kt almost oersam to CAts
their removal -1 ne reenof as soia time 1 in
.nul hlM.raaainat all NreMKapfiara. anil tri.
.m., r...-6-T-. ... ,
entire ejoiiimoui.y eeeru utianimwu. ia tuwir uw
termination td effect tbflr icdependencf, and
fight to tbe lut to seovre lev He beard not-en
".a 1. -1 .v.. n.t -is sr. - v. ...
WUrU 111 I.TUI .1 Uf VIIIVU AA. V.IU. K, W
r 14T. J.-. Si. 4. AIM l r h 1.
w wrii4f,4.. ...4n. . -
tancs an foot, fog lack sl saaoev to pat railroad
fares, and was thus afforded an opportunity
t.,A.-. ..,. nt.tFit,. ' Th.wr.;i.intJw
swarmed wus troops, armea nna mtrmeu, wiu
smlargat emd without, hi Mm p. and ttrlUing
towaaaod vlUagM... AtVbaorgeasoadaanaatl
hamlets of two or three booses, companies
soldiers were seen, who had been: recruited from
the neighborhood. - Almost all who wet able
ax naakAABi akMnaknl awwekan 1 A ) Ana aa MTkfl MASMnaa
.-"-" "r'r..V.
eniuven. . wnuorsaaa fompaniM were nvarr
ably wall drilled and equipped. Uiber were
provided with rifiei and guns brought Horn utgu
homes. Some were without arms. I Several
cavalry companiee were seen. Be believes that
the Conledaralea M easily raise OUU.UUv men,
and that, with suoh force, tbe attampt toeab-
iugate tbe South is a hopeless task. . Almost
lugatetbe South is a hopeless task. Almost
th eteamboal man ud flatbont-mea "on
MisaistiDOl have enlisted for lack Of work,
rlrerimaw being alm-taU Uldup. Oftbesel
bostmeq there noi do ims tnan uu.uuuv
many are mvrutcta iua., inn uuuu ouxe
1 axoitameBt at th Soath .than here, ud war
tseeil.pervadlng Wpio,f ', ,i,i. 1m!: M1-
.NgwOrleatve there werwebouiOOOiw
under the eommand of Mai. Duivon formetl
I .1 TT a C... iill flllll 1 I 4.-
inpi t eortutsd t wai otty smcp tne sei or f eoruary
i oiBa i.waa -yvijyit .m it nweernxi,
I ..A n.lnaa tilob. A f.a- KaaL. AnatlnnMl In
:rrr:T t. z.:. v. T.rir-iiric.r
I 'a - -"a": A l a-.H lI .a
UV wlAV VtlW . BM I IWAHW aM. ) : eftvttl BUIB
i ApoHnuwi vubviuuwi, aii vvwii U
- ,a W lVaaSA V sj nbJawAVtw, ya, aa, jji i I BUAgM w
kl..L.ilA a iV MAetlha bf th Mi a aa am--jy
I wAsuaUaadlru t.uropaa gooda of vinous
anoripuons naa nee rep-nveaiy inuae
1 riouAiTaAo
their ohence to iua la.: .Ua r var eaxgoe
tal lavkawhl In b. thi aeaw'ubvi aaMmhaniM
744"ir.r4., T ., . -
- 1 UtneottS).VA
I Gwat (ait4
i o AOUtuen . ueatiruvTBuy. y .wivn. mi.iu,
I al!1 4... Alinil with, 'RnwlLah. ao-anta
L f iff wiy H, mii-W, w JS B3-W-w wjw-.
of rotiatiog 4or.opttoai aU of. whosa spmpatblssdK;
ketr tae crop, nowver.woui.icoiar
blr diminished this year, in cooaeqweoc bf
I Z .( milt.. .:.i,....lfl.lti
I""" r"-'- a " i?;!
tne The corn oroi? urouguoui to oouk s v -
way I Texu. ant) . eomclajnts ot .scarcity in i the
- 1 Btates are aireav neat. 1 in- tntr outer Pirn
the there is aid.t0 be a sulHaleot Supolv fbr
I months to come.'"Provliioni tontiuue ito
neve ileal irom aentainy, nntr wim n-om Doouiera
1 uonieuerai'T m-jw iw qoot . wa
leetUln.. The people were bat wilt!" for
. I " - - - a- e a"-.
pi I proper time end 0rp9rtapltT.--jst.reui ef
n.wte'a.Kn.alIlZir?
mar.! t,r'j,r H13" W? :.:f
and
In
that
the
.
-
te
mm
to
1
at
of
I
1
PtSlfl
ir"VJtave4 Wltk ell I
-
all
all
the
tbe
Mui
mwi Bla at thi tla al tb oAeoatio of la
M- 4 iWsUxVt l9A t6'i' ' . 'ITi
i , AaPabll Work.,
rial O-i i ..'-4aeAa,eal worn.,
le) If UalAWalfT i ,
...... .1 , ii,i.ini v t iinninv.i
-
the
ev!i:Urttngaa ia bincna, f
xoi
tea
aui
the
re enok eteek af 4JVi kee teweeiiM aaturkiMi
market. . Tb au. .V
thtamurket. ,Tbonth, fc
oeaeequeoo ef the aOlare
a erop, aaa not bee able te tmraAe th.
aiquaouty f rM feeder emd tlile faotkaafotaeeT aba
Importo mil Jh At pub.leoa. Otytl
(Mr. Bteae) being ta Kew Serb at tbeee mm rtl trrk
hethanTeT
ELEOANT DRESf JIKSfW
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
ROCHE VAlEIfCIAS,
. , ,.f4t"?AiNTED MERINOS,
--. i..r: . a . Printed coBURGa.
BLACK ALPACAS0 WB '
ORLEANS, W
u fancy WOTto Fabrics,
' ;v ALL WOOL DELAINEa,
SIIAVLS AtlD CLOAKS!
vellmuBarAd Dollars
XADIESyFURSp,
M'LdUaadCblldiab
Ladle. Mi and Ohlldren'e Balm .11 ha. 1.
Wl and laaabw Weol'f knap UawAanA OMaadlov
iveewaMca-e e-jj , u r'nli ai iam tca
axso I ;' "
esnplete aanortinanJ of all tba mroarraria.
ties of ..i
SADIES'. CLOTHS, . , ..tii u.mt ..
CtASalMERES, 1 ro.CA
tJJi:r ,- ; OVERCOATINGS,
... nirr-pna
FLANNELS." w w " '
''' - RIBBONS, '' w
i wjizm . DRESS' TRIMMIN09,
tadiet i andtient'i Linen fcami)rf aad-
a . .1) - xerciLtea, ftsw i
To Dronwha aellaa ae. ,A
how them the larreet, beet and eheepeei etock ef ttood
rw tot ssaiket, ei pay Ike om dollar per
awair wisiisj irouiif.
w6-niyxtewuw, BI0B1 At tTJaJXIA.
NEW
ARRIVALS
OB
Spring" ''tSc'r-SiiiTimer'' Milliner'.
'9"' Thia Btooht RplWsOKl ,
rBOOI LATB8T IRtPiBTATIONS OF
Ui wiJtu BT ROOK OP ''.I t' ,:s;j
Spring & Gnrnraer Millineir
It now complete, oamprlalng rrvry vartety ef MUla-
ery; aleo, a Urge eeoortavaut of Imbralderie, Beaiery
aad NoUooa, Ac., nod la suantlUe and prica ttutt aaa-
netlaa te talt allwkxuaay favor aa with SaU. Ta
geed knv keen bough tat fad prVaa and wtttaold
ataaaUadvaoM ooat..: . f --i
Miss M. E, YOUNG, late of New Yerkitj,
will snperlatend tbe Mlluntry Pirrtanl flalnng
axperiejioe la tb most fashlaeable Attehlietiaeal la
Breadway wUl alone be a warranty that ah will be sal
to ttr eatlr aatlafactloa m aattrr af but ta iii wb
aay brm her with tbafrorden. l' 12 u.k,.
i.IM Loom etOalamaw and vbaaih a
C4tptavvby ttuvstafor their Ubarml Mbooag, aa
I wonid rajpwtrallr aoUrlt a con tu aaa of tba asm.
R. H. WARIVvi
!. S East Iswn pt, 0lspst t.
likA tljW AUJek AA A. AX . viAiAveaJbel.
Jtf TffTTATbf Tfffl tritl MAWrTfl BW
0 Ablib Workii pC01io.
. .Orncs er rm lamum e ru Puaa Woaxa.f
OoLcnsss, jane , iwi. )
1 P.blin Worfcaof Ohlo.andertbaaataf Mead IBai.
and having entered Into tba paemmlin efnd Wi
bereoy gtv wot to taat tn aaajraaaa. aj
. j.v.,.- iKJ. A.,U...J-..k ,fc.L .
1 mu k.-UPiJJte4 wuh tbe pabua aek ernta
1 appointed by tb beeieea, nndar snob rale, larawulaa,
reetnonone hi iubiumumu, oa eoau we ywaauea tar
-KJlVAMnTf tbi pramnt WIU JnMlTJL Oea-
I tni Agent, 1 Traeamrer and aeeretory, sorthe Oeairei
goto i to 1. at ueiaa; aa m .
I number ef Bapartntondntl ef BepeJr and Oo
I OoUaetor af
, -
1 Ttu 8tnMl4 Afent ajuu , u r,laolwU exeoattr
foffloerof the Limiee.imd tnarj hav braf taa gon-
1 srai hmimm etso ntoomab. Mtw atwauw
I elaion ever th btuloeee of th Lean wltk the poMtc
ana a eaan agane eaaii waeeae aH aaatnwea, n-)i
I . . . .. . .. . -
1 Uioae ter lenor aaa mauneia eoaaeeeea wiie im eroiBa-
recein of the ttvsml Warkt. and he shall audit nod
all teooonbj. . . .' : .. .
1.1 The dntle ot tn ireaeerer an nacremry eoaii a
1 tot at u aiually dlecharged by aavUM astsam ta elkat
bto.. .1 f -! 4-.. -: i
Tb luoerictendma of BepaUs ahall, on their re
epeotlvdlbiliii kAvapowee to eatpley aad Slut try
att SUDoraiaaw ana lasoreia, aaa peiuieie ail wa
and materia II naoaemry tn the ordinary repair af aeh
dirMotwMBaBrjMhUMaa ei
,rctlMandaanagamnl. ,
Tb Oolleeter or xonsr vreter menea aaa una, are
I tbe Minority aad aowoe, arorhrad I
Btato aad tbe ragulatlon of tb Bam
. aMkAe tor tbat iieiweea. whoa anok Qe
doe in
Board
i ft., Uw of the Stat
ol aMI Woaks. I
leetom4 sneer appoiataeai aa autnonty ireea in
auta. " ' " " ' "
ah inuweseai aeavnera m mshmi aaeie i
riant to traoaact baelnae la tb nam of tb I
witbaoponon or praoae,is
:f!'"!.'
LT J-a1aA
wr uiieuaei ia anyaweve
a, noma epaciaity auiaara-
4Sahsvw aathArttyl amaaansesry kaatnam
i m u( auBe of the Lnain, exoept ta the parnaalar
bran oh of the bula aanadad to aim, and sukiact le
!M,s - tk.
1 1WMt( iWum h ,,!, er-t eawr
i employee M tn aa, anv aweaaewaaii aeaea-
la ferred by um
anenuavaa towj oi too beeeeea, mm a ivj.m-
1
kmm. Baai
d toe aanaaat e Mtnaraaa to eauwww
th order and entered aa the Journal.
linmnr N lb eNaarai Ageae ai ua
Jk.Ba.lreaaufej, aaf. eoan
I flralrv.
. i . 'i vri-j and w. a a M. Boa-j
i coorm, InoaA naowa, w. . tuamm aaa naiaa a.
1 n, i ... i j . . . - - t TV 't b I ( A fctt-a
6:,. ouo. wihoding ana Booking cnie au ua
,B . . " , aTAa um BX Araaaaa-.a
BO O mIB IUB1 IBJUrv l SMiiit-avanmi aw., sev-nwr,
0kMtUaBtu tmm itUOMtVlB lijrvM MMtfii M
mm I jgUWAKAS AVAaau. , , . . , t
as 1 . Tk . . . -' "
p a-M tT-T. TTTTutr-TiV. -"
ot I meut at the pianaureandepuooor um ! .
i wn. . . a .jv r. .
-'! '- .'iarwoii .pbsab,
521! sr.!f .
iYtrAKHAfTEn iBiittJ ..
K Y Lha.airt tm, piaa and raaep
: I - IjuVo Shei'.uiaiidr-li!0WlTMi:..
- hrvo, ,a ,v.,..ua -(i l.- u...
10 Hl 1'lilt.W VVli
Linen P s i
m el) 1
i I.i,,.. 1 .!.,
. tt At apart
I ui
FlnA. V-hl. ril.,th..nA H nit
at... .u Towele a-iia aj.utvS .vi.t i "
t j' 1 v'Llnen Br Oeverln.-. and Creea.
loraileallowpifcKe. ' -
BAT- A BOB,
MH -. 4ai . Ba. 88 BMutiuah rt.
ete-w 'i it ' u : y it Vf
be
STtaMg owirrcNOC. . asxsv T. cniTrawng
jAofMHaT.CHITTatFISI
A 1-.I)J t AwMWaw
JQT .OffloH, f ?3 IJmidvTt- o Tork City, te .
teej - i . iooarftn 1 att.,. .. p , w con
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