ri i AUG -
1861 c" MJ " '-c
HZ HOLLAR XEtYIAS.r
DAILY. lWEOttT ASD wTEKW
MAN VENNY i MILLER;!
'D Office Ah. 86, 88 nd 40, North High Bt
rTEEMfncVARIABLY IN ADVAN0.H.'; :u
DVy. ' f I ' i 00 per year
SilMlr,T ' 1 00 ptrytsr.
WwWy . . , . . . 1 00 j "
crr.m( Ac.vertlln,r tr the jSqwara.
Out (quart 3 weeks.. 84 00
On " 8week..3 00
On.;. " 1 Week... 13
On ," 3 day ...,100
One fl day... !7I
On " 1 Insertion' Ml
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i. . ' - :."nthj 10 (X)
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Jn J itnnlti ft nil
at. 4,rtlnento half nor than .thabov
ah!,"itl,!eme, 'el"led Plca In th column o
tlINoitai. dauUe tht granary raUt,
,," "0,e reqtireo to be published by law, leglrteg.
u ordBred on tatinslneexolaiiTelyntter the flrat week
. !LCi"n;: mir "e above t; but ell each wil
P, ear In the Trt-WwUly without charge.
usineM Carde, noleediiit fiveHuei, per year, in
ilJ0 fl. ''" olirital)leeooletlen,nrecoinpanlei
AuWdtuJeiit mtctrH...- u t : , .
Jnrn ?be rule will not be rarleA fromT'r '''
Weekly, same price u the Dally, where the adreitliM
e.ithe Weekly alone. Where 'be Dally and Weekly
ire both need, then the charge forth Weekl will be
mil the rate of the Dally . - i ,
Mo advertisement taken noept for t definite period..
F A." B.' 8IHXIN8;-'
Attorney at Iiaw
AND-.WOTARY FUBUO. t ft.
. . v 1 .1 ' ' w t
Offlce Aju'do Building, oppoilu Capitol Square.
., ,r v 0OLDMBDB, OHIOJ
Attorney t Counsellor at law,
: MARION, OHIO.
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1861. 1861. Summer Arrangement.---Time
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangement.---Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at Crtitlln With the PiriSBUWin, FT.
WAYNE CHICAGO UAILB0AD
For fitMntrgK, PhttadtljAla and SaiUmor. Ate
for fori Waynt and Chicago.
Connecting at CleyeUnd with the LAKH gnOBI RAIL
For Dunkirk, Kutfalo, Albany Bo
tou, and New lork.
THREE TRAINS DAILY, 1
. EXCEPT SUNDAY,
from Colombo!, In connection with Traim on the '
L1TT1K jniAMI AND CULVRIBCS
AND XliAU UAILROAIU.
IIK8T TRAIN, j ', t l't
NIGHT KXPRKSS. Irfarei Oolumba at 3.40 A, M !
will lean pasaenger at all itallons touth of Gallon,
top at Delaware, Ashley, Cardlngton and GlUad, and
at alleutlon north of Gallon, arriTlng at Oleeeland
ttt:0UA. It., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., Uulalo 4 84 P. M.
Albany 3 SO A. M., New York 8:3 A. M., Boston S:30
P. at , Pltuburgh ria Orettline 3:S0 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago Tl Creetllne at 7110 P. W. ;
, SECOND TRAIN.
NSW YOBS EXPRESS Leave Columbui at 11:10
a.m. Will stop at Lewis Ceutre, (for White Sulphur
Springe), Delaware, Cardington, Gllon, Crestline, Shel
by, New lioudon, Wlllngtonand Orefton, arrit at
Cleveland at 3:3$ p. m.; Dunkirk, 840 p. m. Bul
falo, lu:liA p. m ; Albany, b:45 a. m.; New Yoik,
p. n.i Beaton, 4:40 p.m. Thl Train bonnaeto at Shel
by for Sandusky, and at Oiafton tar Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 6:40 p. n , .
THIRD TBAIN. ' , 'v ; s."..
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Learei Colomtut
atV.3U p. m. Will atup at all stations South 'of
Shelby, and at New London; Wellington, 8rfton,
and Berea; arriving at Olevelund at f-M p. m.; Don
kirk, 8X0 a. m.; Buffalo, 80 a. m.j Albany, 80 p.m.;
NewYork, 70 p. m.: Bolton, 11:41 p. m. Plttibargb,
WaCrettllne.it 11:S3 p.m.; Philadelphia, 1:00p.m.,
Chiosgo, via Crestline, 0:45 a. m. Thu Train eomeeti
at eheiby for Sandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:54 p. m. ' , i - -
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all
Night Train to Chicago, Kew ',
York and Boston. "
Eagoagt Ohtcktd Through to Xm Yorkmni Bottm
via Uoniand; alto, to tkUatolphi and
Ji'eio Yorkvia Oreitlmt ...: .. ul
Night Express arrives at Columbui at;. 11: 13 P. M. 1
Cincinnati Express arrives at Columbus at 10:90 A. M.
Accommodation Expreai arrives at Columbui at 7:50
Far a Le
v as by any- other Hants.
Atk fur Ticktttiit CttttlsnttrfiUvdani.
X. 8. 1 LINT,
, ', Superintendent, Clerelaid, Ohio.
JAMES PAITERBON, Agent, '
" Columbui, Ohio. -
Ooluabai, Jen 17, 1801.. . r f '
inA Hfr Cll OUKEIK ana
TbAS 100 ban prim Bit Cone.
1 SO pocket old Dutch Government Java Cojfe.
15 bagsOey'on Ooffe. t- -
SObbl. itendard Whit Sugar, oomlitlng of Pow
dred.Ohruahed, Oranulated A and B Coffetr-
SO quintals George BankCodSah. omo
90 bbli. Mess and No. 1 Mackerel, . . . . .
ft to. Pick 8lmon.
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ana grmaei, . -
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S0BTH HIGH IXXXZ!, C0I.TJJ1BTH, OHIO
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DURABILITY1 AND ORACEFULNESA
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The latest The target The Beit,
The Cheapest Because the Best.
Alast Rellalrto 'Staadard An.
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' ' ' . SimSidJninSauaUntfOhio,
"THE BEB . ENQH8II pIOTIONABT KCTANT."
i j( n; -. .; cf v UUrary Mm AwrywAer.
' "Betw se auwanksai a Haadred Thostsaod Wotda,
whose multlfarloui mean leg and derivation, torether
with thai c orreot spelling, asd pranueUtlan are clearly
set before Ihe ty.' v , t , ,
I . t r i ' v . .
Jread (A DeoUton of tht Htmbt of tte Ohio Stat
The nhderslgnwl, aeaiber f the Ohio Btat Teaober'
Aseodatloa, adopt and aim to na In teaching, writing
na (peaking, th orthography and prononolal
Worcester's Roval Quarto Dictionary, and w most cor
dlally recommend it a th most reliable standard kt.
thorlty of th English language, as It I now written and
spoaeu. .m .m
Loaiw Airetwi PreeidCTrt Kenyan Cellef." '
M. D, Lumstt, Buperlotendenr Inneevllle School.
Thu. W. Hi am, Sup't Hatathm Cnioa Behool.
At. P. Oowdxbt, Sup't Publl School, Sandusky.
Joint Ltkch, Bup'tPubllo School,' ClreleMlen
tjf- ' v.-. --j. ,o ji
W. Mrcskl. flnn't WnttUi, RrkiMila. Ml. Hnlnn.
Joiu OaoaM, Principal State Normal School, Minn
iota. " . n r . l . t
One NaaoN, Principal f oorlh InUnnedlst School,
11. B. Mian. Sup't Canton Union Bckool. 1
Edwim Mutt, Principal licNeely Nonaal School.
KM T. Timx, Prof. Hatbematle, Ohio Cnlvertlty,
Wm. W. Enwaan. Snn't Trov Cnton School.
A. O. Honor, Principal West High School, 0IT
B- A. Noitoi, Associate Principal High School, Clev-
laua- . .
TBspanfliutux, Principal High School, Olev
land. ' i . : ! 1 1 ' . . ; .
K. P. noKurroR, Principal Cleveland Institute.
Jt A.- (Kartixn, President of Eleetie Itxtttate, Hi
ram. W. L. Qauu, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesliyan
II. II. Bakkr, Ex Cemmlsaioner of Common Schools,
Jamb Momoa, Prof, Rhetoric, Oberlln ColUge.
Tito. Hnx, President Antloch Oolleee.
O. - W. H. OiTBOjjtT, Prof, ilathematich. High
8. 0. CromaosM, Prof. Ltngiagt), High School,
Diyton. . . . .
B. M. BiXMX, Sup't TJnloD School, AihUnd. ' "
JUor than Si Sufidnd oihtr PrtMdmt of 'Ootte.
CM, i'roftuort, Author ami IHotinyufiUd Eduoa-
ture, nam tnaorua uu aoott Hnttmont, , ,.
PRESIDENTS OF OOLLEES tU OHIO.
Mikirrra Coatox "It b trary magolfloent work,
ai honor to th author, tb publisher!, and th whole
country. "President Andrew. 1 .
Onto Wisuvix TJxrvxaiiTT It exceeds mjy expectations.-
It will be my gtiid la orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by mt for it neat
and aocurat danlUoni.VPrsident Thompson. .
W. A. loircno Oollsm "HsretofoT have sued
WebsMr" orthography. At reoen meeting . of out
Faculty at wuciided to chant tt to conform t LtuU
of Woroeetar'l Hoyal Qurto Dictionary." Preidat
OwtVllAi . t. l
WksmitaT Kmayx Coixto. "I find It worthy of
oordlal approbation." Preidect Hltcbooo.
OaeXLix Courcn. "It sacra than aaeetl roy expecta
tions. I rtooanMnd II as th atandaid authority In
orthoepy to ' my children and my pupils." President
Morgan,, i , iv i- , . !: ,. n .,.. ..,'!. '
' Amooa Oretaee "I adopt and aba to n la teach
ing, writing aad speak tear, th orthography and ttrmun
oiatlon f WoruMler' Hoyal Quarto Dlotlotiary.v
"In all my writing, tpaaklng.aad teaohrnf, I have tm
delve red to eoarorsa to the) rules for orttogrtphy and
pronunciation as oantalntd in WoroesUr'e Dletlonary ."
Ilono Mann, hvte President, , , t : . f j '
' Ksarsa Oouaon, OUnaitm.-'I aost eord tally weoia
mond Its th roost rellsbl standard authority of the
English language a it is now written aodipoken."
Piesldent Andiswi. 1 .
8CH00L COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Eta. Anaon Smyth, Otmmitttontr o Cbnmum
Sohaoit fis Ohio.
"Th Dictionary I an UnperUhabl manamsat to tb
learning and industry of It author, tod an honor to th
oild of letters. Tb mechanical execution I far sets,
rlor to that of any othsr Lexicon with which I am ae
lualnted." from' Sim. B. B. Sarntv.' Ztt-Cbnittlontr of
tkhool U 0io. ' ,
' "The most reliabl (tasdard authority of the lan-vm-"
., . .
Ijeadlns Newapeixsra -off Ohio Say.
from tht Cltvtland Btrald of March 98. ".
The orthography of tb Worcester Dictionary Is that
Used by moeL If not all. author ol distinction In this
oonntry and England, and conform to tb gensral asass
of ordinary writer sod speakers. - .
. WhaUver prejudice may have existed previously,
artful itudy of thl volume will Invarisb'y be followed
by warm appreciation of It great merit, nod deeine
to add It to th well eeleeted library, be tt large r (saell,
It is library In Itself, and ill remain sn imperisha
ble rtoord of the learning of It oompiler.
: Iron tht Oinctmnati Oowmtroial of April SO. --
Her are upward f a hundred thousand word good,
bad and indifferent whose anltrfarioua meanings and
derivation, together with their cor root spelling and pro
nunciation, ar set elearly before the eye. The work la
unquestionably th greets Thessams of English Wordi
ver published. .....
IremUtCltUmSJaiticUaUr efStpt. i0, 18C0,
i Evidently WoaciTrae'e RoVat OjBaSTO Drcto it
net onZy ttt lust, but tht aeer work t aie bwul ecr it
tutd .andean by do possibility luffcr by oompariaon or
oontroyertj. t t ' ' ". ; ... . ..
' ' ' 'from tht lbttdimJoof Moyrt.' : "'
A to noxoMou'neii, Woacvrrera ts Tea Staxham
followed by onr beet authors) In definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, end In 0TmaAJtrt It is lufflclent
to say that Wosobts can be lately followed.
' ' INCH Alt sk BRAOfi,
Pnbllsbers, Booksellers sk atatlonersy
, NO. 191 SUPERIOR St., OLETBLAND, OHIO. '
THE MUTUAL' BSNEIIT V;
N"o7craxls., SiT. T. '
DlvidenA Jaaniirr itei4SrCnt.
ASSETS . . ...... .. $J1J56 SO.
i k StatememS jramtMtrr 1. 1861s
Balance, per sUtemerilJsa. Is, 18S..;.BS,4l,53t JO
iteoeivcei lor rremtoen. our -infl
th itar iat0..v 8763,06 J IS
Received for interest ekLriag
the year 18C0....W. Ill.fll It
Total receipt for 18M....g77,07 7
Paid Claims by Death,8e750 60
x-atu roitcte turran-
' sum tAA.M..i
Paid Salaries, Post
41,111 89 il
! -fit f.
age, TIIOS. ' Mil r a-
ehange, eto....L..' 81,880 Si .
Paid Oeaatastans to.' u.
Agent 51,393 30 n
Peid Physician' tees.'. S.WOft 75: .
Raid ADealllae.k.e:.; lilT Oil i
Paid Dtetdeadl -(.... - "
. 4 I.
i I, -
l.l I .
tug th J ex yMt. 106,500 73 505,001 68
Net Balance January lit. 1861.
Otinoa hand......i...i.,1 -$4,fl!84 II 1 " '
Bond and Mortgage on Real '
Estate, worth double the .'
emeent- leaned, ... S,387J4l gg . . .
Premium oto. eav Potte. t,r..4...
In force, only drawing a per V '
ent. IntereeU.... t,Jt.J4 It ' '
nans Biipe..e.sa.t. eslsajsj XI
Lanookorlp. ......., 5,031.
'eouneof transmission. -'.43,343 7S
.Total Ajet.fM.,....,. 3,81gJ SO
78T5 Pollcio la fores, bauring. eS4B888B
1,3S sew Pollde haw been Itnei daring the year;
" AfW a aarerul ealeulatlon of the present value of th
oateeanding teltetss eg the Cosspuy, eesd having the
ssseiiiwg eiwiii ni eerve werenr, ins vtreetor
have declared I Uividoi of 45 per cent, en the Premfr
am paid at th table rat, to u policta ror lire in force,
tnad prior s Janaary 1, lotw, peyebse aceoriUng t the
presses rale 01 tae wseapeay. . . ..
Jtate for all kkod of. Life OonUnseaoree, rrossect
nees, Bnttmenta,- and Annlieatlen, will be famished
wnnoDTcnMvattDCmtooc Agneil tb Coas-
.il t. .t ...0Bt; fciTWR0!t,Pmident. '
Ai.ihn,.i c L;0. flROYBsVVlw President.-.
BNJ. CMiU-Xlt, Seeretary. ., t ,.-. , ,
. e n .vrr JS '
No, 4 Johnson Block, -
Hare Sit, JS91.1 ' ai S. -iv. Coibn,0.
1 ' 1
t,tK I VlOVUHn BLACK
AT DEW a BILES, eg rrery grade, tb most sskel
aaei4iaai eg (he illy, Md ftt avoat reasonable ret. .
:; . i tin .. : , AAUf A SON, $.
nrrUI r , v; ... Be.tSBssuAHIabitr.es,,
A compound remedy, designed to be tn mokt
effectual Alierativo that can be made. It Is
g concentrated extract of Para SarsapariUa,
go combined with other substances of itill
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
tive antidote for tht diseases Sarsaparilla Is
reputed to cure, ' It i believed that such S
remedy is wanted by those who guffer from
Strumous complaints, ana W one wmcn wut
accomplish. their cure must prqve of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst eases to b foujid of the following
complaints 1 ... -. , .
BcuOrULA AND ScROPvLOVS COMPLAINTS,
EaUMIOBS AMD EaUPTITB DlSEASBS, ULCBB3,
PutrLBg, Blotchbs, Tbjioii, Salt Rheum,
Sqald Head, Srruius amd Sypuilitio Ap.
PECTIONS, MbBCUMAI. DlSBe.SE, DttOPSY, NEC-
raloia ou Tic Dodlouueux, Debiliti, Dys-
PBMtA AMD IflDtOEMIO.t. EaYSIfELAS, EOSB
on St. Amtiioxy's Firb, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising; Mrm Iwuuity op
tub Blood. e4W .
This eamnonnd will BJund a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring.to
blood xytn time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorder!
are nipped in the bud.- 'Multitudes can, by
the aid of, this remedy, spirrr -themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
gores, through which the frystcni will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine.- Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yott find it it ob
structed and sluggish in tht veins 1 cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will toll
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. 'KedY the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, tliero can be no
lasting ' health. Sooner or later something
must pro wroncf, and the (treat machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
'the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
prctonding to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else, , , , ,
' D urine late years the public have been mis.
led by large bottles, pretending to give a (mart
of Extract of Sursaoarilla for one dollar. Most
Of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
tjicy not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla. but often no curative oronerttcs whatev
er, llouce. bitter, and painful disappointment
has followed the use of tbe various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
rmmo itself is justly despised, and has become
Synonymous w ith imposition and cheat. Still
We call this compound Sarsoparilla, and intend
to supply such tt remedy as shall rescuo, the
nnme IVom the load of obloquy whicb mts
Upon it.' And we think we) have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the oruinrrry run or the diseases it U intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, tho remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
'.-.'' PREPARED BY
DR.. J. C. AYER & CO.
Price, $1 per Uottlei Six Bottle for $3.
; Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
It it entirely unnecessary for u to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been cm
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever hns been, sna that it may b relied on to
do fur their relief all it has ever bceu found to do.
Ayer's Catliartic Pills',
pob tus ctmx op
Cosliveneu, Juxndier, iJyjpepnV, Indigtstion,
Dytenttry, foul Stomach, Jiiyriprfas, llmdvdte,
Files, JUitumatitm, Entpliont and Sldn Distases,
Livtr Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, ' Tumors and
Silt Rheum, Worms, Cout, Neuralgia, at a
Dinner PiU, and for Pttrifiinjtli Blood, ,'
They are sugnr-ooated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasnntlv, snd they ara the
best aperient fn the world for all the purposes of a
Prion 25 cents per Eoz ; rive, boxes for $1.03.
Oreatmrmbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify the unparallaUdnsafulnes of these
remedies, but our spioe here will not permit tho
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish pratis our AxeniCAW Almanac in which they
ar given ; with also full descriptions of tho 11 bin
complaints, and tht treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. '
Do not bt put ail by unprincipled dealer with
Other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Alan's, and take no other. The sick
want th best aid there is for them, and they should
have it U .
All our remedies-are for tale by
1 ROBERTS A SAMUEL, Oolambui,
Aad bv Druggist and Dsaler vrywhr.
aevfclrd.twAw , 1, r . . . 1 ,'::
CAKADIAH ft TJJflTED 8TATJES MAIL
7 tsllrUM' ija
Liverpool,. Montreal .Quebec, ,
and ' , , ;'
Th Montreal Ocean Steamship Ooanaay' Bnt-cli
fnll-Bswaradfllede-noilt Steamers Mil every Sat.
a relay front PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and
United Bute Man ana passenger,
NORWEGIAN. , - , -NORTH AMERICAJi,
BOHEMIAN, ' '71N8L0-SAX0M,
NORTH BRITOIl, ,. s HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, J. H0VA8C0T1AH.
borttat, Cbaapett anddalckcatsjaa
AIXESICA TO AUV PABT8 Of XTOOn. ,
. ' i. . , i
Ratea ot Faatsaaa to Evuvjxj,
! 30, 880-
Will Mil from LIVERPOOL tvery TTtanea dap-,
and from QCBBBO every datarday, ealllng at
LONDONDERRY, to reoelve on board and hwe Mailt and
Passeeeer. te aad from Ireland and Scotland.
JOn'bee Summers ar built of Iron, In water-tight
oomovtments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
very attention is paid to the comfort end aeeoame
linn of Bisasaser.- AS IhfTTircoeed direct te LONDON-
DERY, th treat risk and delay of eelllag at Bt. John'i
isavewea. k .- .
Glasgow passenger! ar rurnlthea tltb rem ptssig
tickets to and from Londonderry. i
Return tickets granted at reduced rate. '
Certlflnates Isioed far oasnini to aad brtnring ont Pi
Bangers from all th principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of teamen, tud
by the WASillNUXUN Lina ut bau.uiu rAun-nxn,
leavtng Liverpool vry week. .. , ,, , , , .
Blf lit Uraf tt lot? El aad tpwardi pay.
- able Sal Unejiaad. lrelaad. Beat- , .
land ar Walet. , ,. . ,
a aaaae.'knrjl at the Offlo. BS RKUAS.
WAT, New Vork, and 1 WAT Kit MS.,
.!.,, 8ABKX IHRT.1C (rtstrsl BguU,
Or to 'Y.sJ, Ri ARMSTRONG.
I SI A VIC THIS DAT ADHIIVBD BIT
aoa JAMBS ADOtR BAIN a partner la my best
ow, which will hat after be conducted andertbe tna
of Bain ft Boa. P. BAIN, x South High Bt.
oiaaaBe,ffet1118Bl. rHH' lebil,
".V 1 intNIST BC4KIII.EK .fc (,
(late f Pbaloo'a XsiabtUhmait, N. TO JOprltort
, the Nw York Euhlonable Siutvln, Hair Ontttat
Bhaapoonlng. Curling and Dressing Saloon. But State
street, aver the Post Office, when attafaeaoa will
f be givsa. In all th vwioot branch e. Ladle and
Children's Hair DrMitng dont In tb teet ttyl. ' i
Jl-4,m v ' ' ' l
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Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
1 . . ... . . ...
for Cincinnati, Dayton tt Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis withoot Change of Cars
and but One Change pf Cars between "
r Colnmbus and St. Louis, :v,vtV; (
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
' FIRST TRAIN.'' '
ACCOMMODATION at S . m Itopuiog tt 'all sta
tion between Oolamtmi and Cincinnati and Diyton, r-
rtvlnc at (Jlneitiniti at 10 OS a. m.. and at Davtoa at
8 111. m.,onnao ik get Dayton for Indianapolis aad
8EC0ND. TRAIN. , . r ;
No. 1 EXPRESS at 11.40a. m.. etoDolng at Jefferson,
London, Onarleaton, Oedarrllle, Xsnla, Spring Valley,
Oorwln. treennrt. knit Ancient. Morrow Bt.. Lebanon,
loster'i, Lovelanl and Mllferd, arrWlag at Cincinnati
at 4.30 p. m., Dayton at 8. 45 p. m.. connecting witft 1 the
um ana Biissi.iMpi Kallroairor Lenuviue, n.y., iu-
wuuw. vira, t. uosh. new LFneane, 110.1 11 imjwn
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, lea liaute, Chicago and
au western poini. . , , ,, .
MAIL at 0.10 O. m : atnnr.lf, .1 .11 ildlnnl hfitmtnn
Columbus and Xenla, and at Bprleg Vallry, Oorwln,
Morrow and Lovahud, arriving atf uiclunati at 8 . a,
NIOHT BXPIUS8. vis Divtoa. at 13 00 mldnuht.
topping at London, Xenla, Dayto, Mlddletown and
uomiiton, arriving at uinclnnatl at . a. m.; at Day.
ton at 8.53 a. m.i eoniKatlog at Cincinnati with the
Uhlo and aibMlMippi Railroed lor Louisville, Evamville,
Ylacennea, Cairo, St. Louis, Memuhls, New Orleans,
and all point South and Bf nth-wst; alio, at Dayton
sor inaiasapoiu, La layette, ierre Saute, Chicago, (to.
Jl r tot farther Inforaatlm atd Thronih Tickets.
tpply t At. L. DOIIEUTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
. P. W. 87RADER,
' ' ' Oeneral Ticket Agent, Oinoinnatl.
JN0. W.'DOHERTY, '
- Agent, Oolumbas,
t i. W. WOODWARD,
' . - ,i Hopennttndeut, Cincinnati,
Columbui July 14, 1801, ,, ( v .
AND Steubenville Short Line
CONNXOTING AT SSLLAIRG WITH THE
BALTIMORE St OHIO,
AND AT PITTBBCRQH WItU TUB
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities ! ...
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!'' Trains Leave Columbia as follow : ' '
' ' ' MORNING EXPRESS
Leaves Colnmbos 3 30 A. M. frem TJnlon Depot, vis
Bellalr or Steubenvl le: arrlvn.l Mellaire, 1U.S0 A.
M l Bteabenvlll, 19.S0T.M.; Pfubergh.3 40 P.M.;
Harrlsbarg, 1.10 A. M.: 9ta AUtntwn, arrive at New
York 8.00 A. M.; efo Philadelphia, arrive at Phila
delphia, S. 10 A. M.;Now York, 10 30 A. M. Connect
tlse at Harrlaburg for Baltjuore, arriving at 7.45 A. at.
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Iroln Columbui, ran directly through t- Bellslre tr
Pittsburgh without change; and Paswnger via Allen
town am v In New York at 8 A. M., i
S7TWO HOURS IN ADVANCE OB NORTHERN
LINES. . : ,
This Train also connects at Bellaire with the
Baltimore tod Ohio Railroad.
PITTSBURGH EXPBE3S. I : v
Leave Columbui ll 85 A M , from Union Depot, via
gteabonvlllo; arrive! at Newark, li 50 P. M.i Coshoc
ton, 8.15 P. M.; Bteubanvill, S P. M. Pltt.burg, 8.40
r. at. ll ri'Mi is tnecnly rout bv wmcb fasseneer
cut UaveClncinnatl at 7 A. M go through to Pitts
burgh In daylight, without change of oar or delay.
Leave Oolnabui S.ll P. M., from Union Depot, via
Bellaire: arrive at Newark, 3.93 P. M ; Znnesville,
4 33 P. SI : Bellalr 7 .55 P. M.: Plltebureh. 11. SS P.
H.i Harrlsborr. V.IM A. M.: Wis AUtntovm. arrives
at New York, 4 P. M.; eta Philndaphia, arrives
Phladlohia, 1.10 P. M.; New York, P. M, This
Train also connect at Ilarrlsburg lor Baltimore, ar
riving u ir.a. -'
This Train ran through ts Bellalr or Pittsburg with
out Chang of Cars; and from Pittsburg there le no
Change of Oars to rhl adelphla, or via Allentowa to
Mew York thu oacitog
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only t
jt out change of Cars. , ,!,.
By thl Train Faager arrive In New Yoik 8v
hour in advance of th Northern lines.
Thl Train also oounecls at Bsllsire with th Baltimore
and Ohio ft. ft..
H7Thls Route it 30 miles thorter to Pittsburg,
' and ' more than 100 mile shorter to .
t New York, than Northern Llnet. s i
Bagjage Checked Through to all im
port tn t Points Eait. '
ASK I0R TICKETS VIA
BELLAIRE OR STEUBEN ViLLE.
JNO. W, BROWN, ,
Gen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. B.
f. A. BUTCH INSON, -
Gen. Ticket Agent Bteebenvllls Short Line.-.
t77 lillam a.
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eant, PltteU, Weod.kWilltitr vare,
atheraod tabbar Belting, lace Leather,, Hoe and
king. , . "Wdly
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,; NoveJUe is Neck Tlesaod Boarfs., n ,
" Byron and Garrote potlar. '
L i. m. r 'Hfmbroldered Pocket nandkerohlift -Part
KM Qlovee, (aperlormalse n y , t.
Golden Hill Shirt, various style. . ;i
; Boys' Golden Hill Shirts, do . ... fn , ' '
' Drlvtngand Street Gloves, do . ! -n A
Hemmed Pocket Handkerehlef, varloat Style. ".
w Baif Uose tod Undar Garnvant, 1 .... I
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.t aprllS , .. i ... No. 54 South fllnh itrest.
SOMETHING JNEW; i
- AMERICAN WATCHES,
CALI. AT NO. 3, fiOUTU BUOII BT.,
. tod examine our nW nuke of. mti f, , ( r
AMERICAN WATCHES, u
eianufartured by 1. HOWARD ft 00.; BovtonJ Masl.
Th Watches tr far eupetier to anything ever offered
te tbe pablio, herevefor. Having the ezeluetv agency,
I can sell them st prices to m)tlh. Bjnis.t I bavejuii
received a large itock, ot ,; ir . , . . j
. AMERICAN WATCHES,- 1 jr,.t
auaoOMtared by APPLETON, TRACY-, ft 00 I abo,
tn aseortmentof ' - -'
EReiilSH AND SWISS WATCHES,
.V'b la OeMtod lllnr Ciits, tt Poalt priest. ?.l ,0
-k-f ,.j . W.eSlBVUf.i
f.'l?t WC l?.iiVn-)K ) Tfi;i virtt srti vol
'tally, per year.
... u. ft 00
I i-i Weakly, aerecar....
Yi'eekly, per.ye. ,
Wt copytbt followln articlt from the Cin-
clhottt Oattlti, ' This, from' i Republloao no
Pf'y paper, .gires ustulwlght at to woo hat
controlled the appointments at Wtblnton, so
iar is Ohio It concerned.- Mr. CraiE appears
to have mailers all his own way i " '
THE OHIO APPOINTMENTS.
' At there htt bsea much complaint of the n
fltneat of Ohio military appointments, and mutta
mortititBtioa felt by tht lrieodt of the Admin
Istratton on acoiont ot Ihrna, It la but jut that
tbe followlur statement 1o Iht Wtstnogton
" tiisma n correspondence of tbe Otwmurciat,
showiug-ho these tominationt were brought
about, thoald hive wider eireafttlon Ibaa it
csa reach la that (oaroal. It le from tbe Com
mtrtial of Monday, and it correct, wits slight
modiboattou, which we refer to below r '
"Tbdionnlon or 6tr,eis wa eon fined almost
entirely to tbe romiuatiout lor otBctrt of the
highest nibk. ' Tbe minor tppomtments, from
Liatoants even tip to Colonels, were consider,
ed by (he Military Committee, and Whatever
Dimes tbey reported for approval, were confirm
ed. In this way, a great number of Incompe
tents have got Into the army, whom It was
hoped there might be found some means of dob"
fioiug to the more harmless spheres of private 1
life. But these things Were carried with a
rush few Senators ever stoppiog to look at de-1
tailr, (but voilog almost invariably on personal
matters in accordance with the recommendations
of committees The Military Committee,' of
which Geo. Wilton, of Massachusetts, is chair
manand the two Lanes, be of Kansas, and be
of Indiana, represent about the averigt gsrtol
ly of the members have thought fit te report
for confirmation oil the nominees tent in by
the War Department for Ohio and Iadiana. ' A
few from Illinois and some Eastern States were
not reported, owing to evidence prejudicial to
their character laid before the committee. ' It
It understood that there wat no' lack of such
evidence la regard to tome of tbe Ohio and Ia
diana appointees; but it la also understood that
there was a mass of counter evidence, and a
good deal of personal importunity brought to
bear, especially In favor of tbe unworthy ones,
tnd they were carried through. ' '
Those who may feel disposed to ceosnre the
Ohio Senators for neglecting to stop these Im
proper appointments, should consider that tbe
majority of tho appointees were persons whom
neither Mr. Wade or Mr. Sherman ever heard
of before. These gentlemen, with every de
eire to discharge their trust faithfully, and to
keep out incompetents, could only act at judges
according to the evidence before them. In but
few casts was there aoy evidence before them
at all. A good deal mors than halt perhaps
two-thirds of tbe appointments, were from
southern sad Central Ohio, where neither of
our Senators are widely acquainted. More
over; tbe lUtt which Messrs. Sherman and
Wade bad agreed upon and submitted a long
time since to tbe war Department, were sub
mitted to Secretary Chose, who made large sub
stitutions tod additions. They then underwent
finally tba manipulation of Simon Cameron of
tbe War Department, Sod the President. When
scut In to the Senate they were not recognlrtble
by the Senators, who had no positive knowl
edge of the unfitness of toy of them. Jast at
little knowledge bad they of their fitness. A
few remonttraacet, strongly expressed, reached
them in regard to tome of tbe appointees
Bat tbe papers in each case were on file at the
War Department almost inaccessible amid
tht chaot of rubbish tod red tane which relent
there. Tbe Senators could not disentangle tbe
evidence in tbe abort tpace of time lest than
one week in which these nominations were in
tbe Senate. ' They would not condemn, on
hearsty evidence, nominees whose credentials
tnd Indorsements had been ' found tuffioitnt
ith the department whose function It wat to
Enow its duty, still lees would they reject tbe
numeront selections of the Secretary of the
Treasury, and restore their own. With grave
doubts and many misgivings, they therefore
voiea to counrm All.
i ais result it much to be lamented, since
there are too many incompetent! already fa tbe
field from Ohio tad Iadiana. without addict; to
considerable a number of new ones, deatitute of
natural capacity or military knowledge or ex
perience to Qualify them for the arduuua dntles
of oommaod in the regular army. Bat the
care lies further back than tbe Senate, which
body could possibly tot nnderstandinslv on com-
paratlvely lew of the twelve hundred Domina
tions submitted to It. The original tin lies st
uie aoora ot tne war Department, which, push
ing aside the advice of experienced officers, tnd
tbe appeals of an indlgaant press and tn out
raged people, tnd deaf alike to the warnings of
reason and the awfnl lessons of defeat, persist
n thrusting Inexperienced tud incompetent offi
cers into our army, on no earthly ground aave
political and peraonai favoritism. Some are
appointed because their fathers are respectable;
tome, beoanse their brothers are influential po
litical jobbers; tome, because tbey have rela
tives iu the army, or the Departments, or the
Cabinet, some, because tbey are what ire
known as "devilish clever fellow;! and seme
are tppolnttd (shameful to relate) simply to f tt
rid oi , Ibcra and the .importunities, of their
friends." , ,.
' As We Said, this is' correct, with a altrh( rand.
Ideation; and the eocolading observations ere
jnet, when rightly applied; bat it will be seen
by tht statement ltaelf thai tbey are not right
ly applied.. U U true that Senaiora Wade and
Sherman canvassed the aepllcationa and recom
mendations from Ohio, made out a list and sent
it to tbe war Department. It is trut.also, that
tne oeorttary ot tba Treasury took the list,
struck out a large part, substituted other names
and addedmany more. But in this shape the
recommendations were accepted by tht Secreta
ry of War and tbe President. , ...
it will be easily teen that if tbe Secretary
of War or President htd interfered In the mat
ter, tbey would have been influenced bv the
Ohio Senators and Representatives.. Bat these
ere all overrated by tbe Secretary of the
Treasury, It does not teem probable, that when
he was allowed such absolute control of the
Ohio appoiutmentt at to overrule the Ohio del
egation, the President or Secretary of Wae
would Interfere from other influences. Betides,
in point of fact, they did not. The Ohio 8ea
aters ttuld sot recognise the list, ntr tot intel
ligently npoQ il. ;..(? ill, ..:i!..i tj.ii
There wts do further manipulation! of the
list, or if any, tbe slightest. .The Secretary of
tht Treaeurv wat retarded aa tntitled to the
control of the Ohio appointments, of at least
tbe courtesy of the President and the Secretary
of War gave il te hiou This is "where iht
original tin lies," If there Is any original aln In
tht matter, and this is where the deafness to
the "advice of experienced officers, the tpcettt
of aa Indignant press and outraged people, the
warnings oi reatoo ana toe awtai itssout of d
feat," existed if it existed at eU.
The Practical Position.
"The practical position' ottumed by 'the de
mocracyof the United Sutet it (hat of, Mr,
Crittenden't rcsolutiowf adopted bv the present
Congress, ond is In effect- this: That the tar
wat unconstitutionally forced upon the govern
ment by the tecettionfsts; that the true object
of it is the preservation of the Union, ond not
the subjugation or diminution of Itt tights ef
ony oi tne states; ana tnat, wnan ton object it
attained, there should bepeict. I there aay
honest mtrr lb the nation who does set accede
to this position T-'" .'uv.'j jd i
But this le their attitude towtrdt the 'war
alone. We hove Still a notion te govern, and
mini to hold responsible. ' While rebellion it
h great evil, ond murt therefore be eppoted,
Birs-government1 is tt groat an evil, ond amst
olsobe opposed." As o party we do no believe
that It is possible for the present odmlolstrouen
to conduct" the affairs of the country with the
till 2U I, rt vi.h l! i CM
wisdom and efficiency wbioh the crisis demands:
and, as proof of this, we reftv to a few foots.
nrai Aiiooega uty Dtve hod t trot (a
process of organisation during more tbaa tbrt
months, tbe defeat of Bull Ran evince that
iney were not ready to take tbe field, tod that
tberelore there htt beta Itch of proper best-
nest vigor,, Shall the Ptaocrttio ptrty ting
hoitooai to tblt, tnoV by Jutig with toe Re
jwj.itiBu, aeciare mat it all rlhl7
Secondly The system of taxation Idopttd
by tbe administration Anmm im amul the
wttlth of tht country tq bttr lis fair rxroportioo
. . uurucm oi me war, out bat rttiiy
placed them bDO& the smalt lnt n, ,!., r
tod by tbt tgency of the tmttt treasury aotee,
. u.ue. tuce eventually to roil In great port
upon the laboriog olaatet ef lot population,
wno, always suffer when thlnpltttert tnd tptt
riout paper collapse, which thtte treasury notes
are certain te do. SbaH we at t party toy that
port iti" 8 before the people to sop-
Thirdly-The priyttetrto'f Jeff, p.'vuj have
already taken at least fifty of oar ships, snd
probably many more, yet no efficient effort hat
made to stop thtlr depredations, al
though tbey have been boldl serried on xiiisn
mouths Shall we at a party exclaim in favor
of the efficiency of the Navy Department, tnd,
by fusing with tbe Republicans, bid 11 sleep ea
u.n vur commerce is swept irem toe ttasl ..
i Fourthly A part even of the Republican
press accuse the administration not merely of
uiginivj, nut oi crime, nouii we at a party
J that they do oot know more af the family
mu we oo t .. , , , , i ,
And to wt might go oo tnd mtkt Inquiry af
ter Inquiry of a similar nature, the answer to
which from on honest Democrat, and wt btlitvt
from an honest moa, matt be la tbe negative. ,
There are other reattnt which go even fur
ther, tbaa tbe method of conducting tffalrt,
tgtintt a fusion with the Republicans at Repub
lioaut Many of their papers throughout the
Union declare the abolition of alavtry an object
of the war. Are Democrat in favor of driving
Maryland, Kentucky, Western Virginia, tnd
Missouri into the rebellion 7 Can they fellow
ship with men who teem determined to crash
out all Union tentimeot at the South 1 Let it
be remarked that we do not accuse the great
most of the Republican ptrty of entertaining
tuch views; bat we do accuse a considerable
number of them, aa the rrtotta (Greeley's)
tod lis Imitators; and Wilson, Samner, and
others of tbe New England school, who fooled
the Western representatives into forcing the
great burdens or the wtr upon the Western
cilatet Chandler, the blond-letter: Owen Love-
joy, and all the fanatics and adventurers who
call themselves Republicans; Trumbull, of Illi
nois, too, who refused to vote for Mr. Crlttea-
dta's resolution In the extra settlonr-all ef tht
men who entered toe Conntetioool - caucus
which it alleged to have been the motive power
of tbe march to Bull Run, all of the "Forward
to Richmond" tet, who have underrated the
strength ol the rebellion, and u precipitated t
conniot wnicn bat proved disastrous to tht na
tipn. How, wt tsk, can patriota unitt in ony
organization in which tuch men ond newspapers
are leading spirittt For ourselves, we cannot
and will not do it, for it would be a worse ca
lamity to tbe nation tbanrtbellion to give them
a, new lease or power to perpetuate their inns
ence In tbe country. Chietg Tim.
Democratic State Convention.
The nnwaeiilnfla nf the, DAfnrwFatlrt State
Convention, which assembled at Columbus on
Wednesday last, will be found in tblt week't
Banner, to wbioh te invite the attention ef oil
our readera. i
We have attended a great many Stote Con.
ventiont of the Democratic party In Ohio, com.
Sendee with that of January 8th, 1840, and
te must tay that the one of lost wtek far ts
celled them all at to cumbers and enthusiasm
Armory Hall, the largest In Columbus, wot lull
to overflowing, by earnest, intelligent, thole
eouled Democrat, wbote chief ttudy teemed to
be to restore tbe Union to itt former greatness,
glory and prosperity, and to save our country
from the dirt calamity of Abolition role.
Tbe nominations which were made, although
dot our first choice, we thtll most ohttrfaliy
tnd ' enthusiastically . tnpport, billeting that
they are all honett tad wat men, tho artao
pableof administering the affiira of States io
tt to promote "tbt grtatttt good of tht greatest
t umber." We bavt tbt plosion of a ptrtonol
acquaintance with tvery gentleman en the
ticket, tavt one, and we btlitvt intra all te. be
staunch andrtlitble Dtaosrets, who will sever
t tonnd plundering the treaaory, for tbe pur
pose of filling the pockets of themselves snd
their relations, like the miserable lection that
It now in power. . . j i. . , v i .
I The resolutions adopted by the Convention
form a platform tip on wbioh tvery Democrat can
heartily unite and do battle the coming cam
paign. - The rttolutloot were carefully prepared
oy on inieiiirfeut committee ot twenty oee. rep
resenting each tonereationai district In tbe
State, alter a Itboriotu tatsion of five hours.
Tbey were patted ttnaDimoualy oot a dlatenV
log volot in that wait attetably being raited in
Opposition amidst tbe wildest saoata of ap
plause. ' They foUy meet the demands of tbt
times, tnd will be cordially Indorsed by every
genuine Democrat in tht State., o i ; v . , ,
l Tbe Republican!, who hoped and fondly ex
pected that tbt Democracy of Ohio would have
a big split And a grand tmtth-np at Columbui,
have beta lorely and sTrlevoruly disappointed.
Tbey are in great tribulation, btooose th
tj-tht Democracy it their certain iiftat! That
union has been most happily oeramplltbed; and
we shall no look forward with bright onticlpo
ions to o better condition of affairs in onr
Mt. Vernon Banner.
j tV W. A.'BatcHelor'B Hair DtbI
This splandid Hair By nasao equal tpstanaeneaulte
feet Beautiful Black or Natural Brown o tuialnf
tbe akin er lnjuiing to Hair resaome me anrar aa
effect of Bad Dyes, acd invigorate the hair tor W.
Nont are genuin anises signed "W. A. Bskheler."
Bold everyirhere. j . lt, .,. i7,)t
' t r ... , CHA8. BATOHELOR, Proprietor, '.
' lyliwlj , 81 Barclay gtreet. New York.
HAIR DYE-rHailR , DYE.
' Wm. A. Batchelox's Hair Dytl
! "the Brigtnal 'and ' Bttt U tht Worldl '
All other tn mare talurtteis, and ihoeld t broided
iryou wish te escape ridknl.' ' ,. i , -j vrf i;
. GRAY, RID OB RUSTY HAIR Dyd iastantlj to.,
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without injury to
BalrorBUn. ' ' ' ' ' - "
IIVTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS lav lea
awarded t Wm. A. Batchtior tsace 1B38, tnd over 80, 0.
ppUcatlca have see, aad. tt.tht Heir of hi patroas
ef hi faanons dyei . . , ,
.. WM. A. BATCHKLOR'S HAIR DYE prodastssssl
or not to b distinguished from natnre, and I warraated
not ts injur ta tb least, however loaf ft may ha oan-
aed, aad the ill feeeei of Bad Dye reaadledi the Bail
torlgorated for life by thii iplendid Dye. r -. i i ,
, Bold in all cities and. town of th United State. ' '
Pruggtst and Taney GoodU Peelers. -''-
plate engravmir on roar side each tea, ef WIIXLAM
A. BAIUtttLOK, Atidres
CHARLES BATOHELOR, PJoprletorr "
.. . II Jserotay street, slew Horh,
Irish linen Goods.;
TYrABBANTBD FABRIC . 'L 'i'
. ) V Lluea Shirt Boeom Plain end Vaaoy . ,,' .
i" .Bhlrtlng and bosom Linen. . 'i ( 1 1 1
' ";i ' ' . Linen tiheetiagt aad PlHew OeeUgs. i
h, n , Lloea Oamkrtaaead Leag Lawiie,
Linen Pocbet-handk'a, all slue. ,
. l laan Towellings and Diaper
Lice Napkin aad D'Oyllse. -Linen
Table 0 loth and Satin Damaak.
Linen Towel with colored border.
in.: -u,,., . , Linen StelrOcvrtnpan4 0rsaki..r., i
reeWI" 1 'rjis .',. .0.SttoeU, pigh Mr,,.
'"il t ,,,,iea..w..w
THE CO-PARTIfEHSHfP lIEKETff
for existing between the anderstgned, ode th
Bra aaawet ARMSTRONG ft THOMPSUN, wa dissolv
ed by mutual consent on th tret day of April, lltfl.
Th business of th lite firm wilt ke tattled by B.- .
AasUrraoao. who apntlaui th endues at the old stand.
' ' - E." B. ARMSTRONG. T
JmilB'dlw..i:')t imy ;A -.B; THOMPSON., K
'! f.':lr.i Vt-i A V
ABTSnftOXJ eUtUBf Z
Proa the Vew York OiMrter.1
mm ail dsmh M.nnft M w..
ilgad s p.y Mr. Howes Uense ema s
aad are a so ereaneiUd teases tn.i.
caw. a ineoamMesolA, tva sekegtveeTisie.
meat, from this nliabi oore we sere - -i 'ml aba
W mmvm wwxw VWH.,
By WheeUrr Bt W11ea.V.:..l.'..Sljr4
' I. M. tiagara 0 ...M.ra
Ihowln the sal of Wheeler A WlUn k.
mmm v any ewer vosepeay.
AwardMl the highest prewtlume at Ike .
United Stale fair of 1658, l&M and 1868;
Ohio StseWVtsjn ef IBSSand ISeti
land at nearly s
l Ooanty Pans ta she Btatt.
Our nrfoM. at the It a. mSiuiim mmm - -
!f ." ""t "old. and bet a tilt higher thaa
the. interior Sew sAreod eAettt eMoA - ZZL,
fredaioatbemrkei. r mi-
. The WBEXLBB k WTXtON sIAOHIWl atakeitn
Um Snca tis onlyene wbloheannot saraveledT It
sarv- aaewaa attyey. sgayay M VlltalTtJ
a. ooAHY.Bl Hteh et..Ooraea,0. V
iL..-,. . - ' Wlfc SUMNER A oSL
e3.3awd3mAwxa Pike's Opera Unm, Clwtenati.
' T) t. . i, I.'- ii, . . ...
No. 4 Qwvniie Block.
. P. STONE & 0'HAa.RA
TAR GOODS, and invite th nubile la kni
them. No toon stock of Good he ver been kniuhi sa
tkls market. Tb South, la enaseqaetanai ItaatkUN
ef'the grain arop, has not keen M a grohe the a
i vi nun goooa, ana bus Tae t as forced she
Importer te asll thtm at pakil aaotioa. Otu haeee -(Mr.
Stone) beta in New York at ism. u. -u. . 'T
advantage of thsm, and w can and will sell oar roods
here, at Ms thaa aay oae who part hand tw weake staee, '
i - - - aura, vur stooB m rsaftleki aa
very department of ' "
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, ' '
Ul lUMAH VELOUR3, - :i
. BROCHE VALENCIA8,
PRINTED MERINOS,' '
PRINTED COBUR08, .
BLACK ALPACAS, t , ,
UKLEANa, . . ,
fancy woven farrics, '
. ... -AUu WOOL DELAINES,
. POPLINS, PRINT3,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Rve TkusaridlDolL Worth
- i Bought in One Day,
Man's, Ladles acd Children's Under SUrts aad Drawer;
Ldisa, Mleeasiad Children' Hosiery of all ktuda, ia
Wool and Lamb' Wool; Plcecy Lined and Oottoa Gloves
of every make.
i ' ' ' ' ALIO
A complete aatortiaent ot oil tbe otoal varie
Ladies and (rent's Linen Cambria EAAd
! , . kerchieis, e tte.
I Te personi wke sail on ss, w pledge ear wards te
stow then the largest, beet aad oheepeM stock ef Oeods
ever seen In thl market, tr pay theasa dollar per
boar while looking,
decl-dbStawltw. " IT01T1 A OTHtRA.
The Stook RaiaUnlabaa '
FROM LATEST inPOBTATIONM 4X
I ' new YORK.1
I MT STOCK 01
Spring & Summer LlilHaery
I new eoapltta, oomp rising every TaaUsj I Miiin.
try; also, a targ tssortment of lahtidilsrte. Bse4liT
tod Ronons, 4b., aad In qaactltt ana ilst ttataa f
pottaUMsnUallwheaay kvoeat Wtkaean. tat
good aav teat tooghtot Ponlt prtme. test tUbeseld
ata.amaU advance on seat., ,
' MiBM.EYOrjNG.Uteot NtwforkCitj, ,
wUl raperisUad tht lUllaarf Psgailaiil BrstJ
experienoV in tbe aost Piaolonabl BtauVlkeaaait An
Broadway will alone be a warranty tnattat W1U kUt
toglrtentlnrntisactioa la matter f tiett It tH wbe
may favor bar wu latttttaai. . . I ,',
' , Ik Ladle af Colatiha 4 fietalty eilitJ sa-'
eepiayeucere usntsmr tnstf liberal fetroaage, sd
I would nssottfelly lolklt tatbaaat l tbt mat.
r: r. h. wAim, ;
res Eeat Tawm t., Ceiamkaa, o. ,
- E. M. WILLIAMS & C0..
Front Street, Between Stats and Town.
THE OLD CARH1AOB '' '
SHOP lesttU ruaaing ad aitheh CV
th preeeureof late year kaeset svllytC!t f
apea her running gears, sea far still rarer' "
Sf .""i100" P'"" PHATONS, BOO IA WAYS, and
PRINCE ALBERT'S BHIfTINO TOPS aad NOTOf
BUGGIES, 0ARRIAOB8, 1ZPEBSS. BEBLETON,
DEMOCRAT tnd GHOOEBYWAWNA IMAU OaUil'
BUSES and HACKS. Twenty years steady snfas
tartog tea gtvca ear wort a Wiaeeytad ptiaa
through the South and West.
We therefore deem II asmmsssry I tay any tkhag aee
la regard te tb anallty ef ee work. We waaaajrt
svnt Virnuui. w aaa sU aoea Te Buwatat fsest
tmitsisN. ;.. f. . Trrr
Dealer can be famished with toy casraat ef work at
short eoUce, and at price lower thaa em beseeurMaa
where la the Wt.T Baotad head Raged tafeeahl V
ohanje for aew work - .
IORepalring done neatly ted at then aatto. tsar
n between Bttt tad Iowa (tree, Oolaae
bos, Ohio. T
ltPAIl watauiBltBtioa will reMinpfaapt aMsetsea,
, ,g. 3l-w !,,., . B. M. VlUUXsLS ft CO .
ftv , Tt
STEOHE CRITTENDEN, .'..MUST t. CmttmiiS
.... . & H.T. CHITTENDEN BJ
1 ' ; ATTORNETS AT LAW. ' k J
IO Office. Broadway's Teri ' City,' aad
Paasom' BuuBina, Ooluabui, Ohloi !' io.t.r. i:
IIerrttltteioepeMtrWlKtloea. (1 ,!.
prliekdua t:. i. f. i,li f , .i'.r..u v.O il'.h
B A G L B B R AS S W 0 B K 8,
L'tiraer ttvrlar Watts 'J'' l
W. B. POTTO "ft "i."db-
! .TVT V OXJL1XTXQXO,;
iA Maaafaeteier ef Brass tnd OnapeetMea' OtashusB.
s,; ( j ffuklwd Brae Work ef all DescrtpUoa.
' STENCIL CUTTIWC, fcC. v'J
ffftUt-dly iO ,')TV.Vir.l , j.q
vi ,::- v I-':-.,! 5.Jj.i(i !,:,. , .
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