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0 All V; TRI-EKLY AKD W?KIY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
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i ' iM81trrABUBI,YKADTAN'C.
tri-WesMr ' - . oo .. .J J
weekly, . ,( , . . , . . j 00 ,'4
or in. of A.dv er tUta .br' th. s ..Jr..
One V, U mouthi 18 do
Jno
Jne 3 mouth 8 00
One' ' '.1 monlhj- S UO
I months IS 00
"i : months 10 00
One squar 3 weeks. . 4 00
On . ' 8 weekly? 00
On 1 week... 175
Xno V:.,:. I " 1 00
One. 2 day!... 75
One 1 u 'o 3 Insertion SO
tntfl half fhnM At
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a J.?'!i'Zt,.U",i na P" " wlumnr
i n V ' , ordinary mtt. , t
l7;ta??"jmJW- '?K"teS.
""M.KsvDiiniToirBiicrineuritweeK
per cea, mnre thftn the nrwtvA rt hni u ....u
aatr ia the Trt-WeeW, wMfcoot eharw. " r , "
i le, $2 oOper line; oaulde is. - 1 '
fcch" "prl? ie"ug' ch4! tWe o0'8'0. oompMlei
jd trantiunt admtrUummU mutt b ooAd for in
vimnc. rule will not be varied frem. 1
Weekly, ame price u the Dlly, where the adTertteer
jes tbe Wkl,.l(.e. When. & Bally indWk?,
Mo adwrtlement taken SKcepl tort definite period.
business cards.
;- - i ,
F. A. B. SIMXDIS.
Attornoy at Law
TuY .-;AND, NOTARY PUBLlCJI ,'
UOce-Amboi iullilm,,, oppoiite Capitol Hqn.re. ' j
! . . t ; COLUMBUS, OHIO j
-a.- OSBORNE."
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
. ; MARION, OHIO. j
Machine Mannfactnrjng Company
ii W , -M-' ' J -
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MiNUriOTirRXRA 0
STEAM ENGINES. & BOILERS,
. Castings, LiU-0earlug, Xaohlaary.,,
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3El..llroidL
Work
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or evtar DiociufTioH.
COMTITIBCS, OHIO.
I
0UA8. AM BOB, Bop't.
dec 11, IBib -tf
P. AM BOS, Treat.
1861.
1861. Summer Arrangement.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with (he PITTBBCBQn, IT.
WAYNE CDIOAdO BAILROAD -fbr
rittdmrgh, ThUaOtlpMtt and EaUimort. "Alto
tor tort Waynt and Okloafo.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE gnORE RAIL- (
E0AD
for Dunkirk, Hutfalo, Albanr, Boa
ton, and Mew York.
TIIIIEE TRAINS DAILV,
KXCBPy SCNDA , () J v
From Columbus, In oonnectloa with TralnSon the
A . I am n coi.rraBus
HBSTTaAIN. :S ' '. ' I
ia t . ' v . i . - f
".
Died
of
NlOni EXPRE38.-LeW Oolumbat at 3 40 A M
III leave paawnger. .tail ataUonViSutb it Oauin' '.
op at Delaware. Ahl, Cardimtton Tand OiI,l 7n,i J
will
ItOD at De a.are. Ahl P...t: . '.
at all.tatlon. north of Aellon, arriving
watt
UKC0NB TJIAIN. ;.
NEW YORK EXPKKHB-Leere. Colombo, at U:1U
a. u. will atop atLewii Centre, (for White Sulphur
Bprln(). Delaware. Cardininn. n.n.. T
iu:i.a p. m
Btilon, 4A0
77, VT' arnving.at tilereland at p. ro i Bun
aiia,.iua,m.jUuirio,3:W.ni.iAllian.Bei ra
N.wYotk, 7:iiOp. m., lloon i l;.p f ttaburab
Ore.tllne.i 1I:SJP. m.i PhlWrl, liitt p. m?
Chicago, tia Creitline, 0:i5 a. in. -Tin. l Aun I
at bhclbyfor .andutkyd Io.SgrioW,
at 8.56 p.m. , .. , ,
bad
ever
p. m.j Dunkiik. e:50 n. m inf-
: Albany, , B: a. Tlfew Yo".k 1-45
P.. ThU Train i.nnet.t Bh.k.
id at OJalion tor Toledo, arrivuis at
falo,
ui. . 0Laion. a -hi n. m. ti.i- t;
by for 8andu.ky, andr.rOaa-(:on tor" ToTedrTtaat
"war, .mM TBAW' -'-. .'-,''"! - ,V
ML. AhD ACCOM JIODATION-Leaves Columbni
at K.3U p. m. Will stop at all station South ot
anu at new London.-if .llin.tnn. fi. lo
Pit
rfvi u
Patent Sleeping Cars are run' qn kli
Kight Trains to Chicago, Kew
xcr anaiioston. r
a?aWaf ca,o! 7Arvw(, ft, Tar and 'lloj'ton
via Otreland; alto, to thlladtlphi and .
aVu lor oia Crifn. '
RETURNlNt. . !
n h'E,Pr'rtveaatColinbuiat...ll:l5 P. U'.
"' al11 '"''""''eaatOolnmbuf tl:MA. M.
Accommodation Exprnu aritVMat Uoiombue at7:S0
Fatra aa tew ai .by assy otUer Koute.
'Ai for TickU.ua CrettUntor Cleveland,
1
' ' E.BaELINT, I. " I
Euperlntendent, CkrveUnd, Ohio;
. .. . JAUESPAITERBON-AirenL ;
f ' Columbu,. Jth. 17, lfl. 1t."b?',i
' v- - 1 '" 1 ' ( ' i ,7
Jnit Beeslvedl '
1 1 II I. .:f-, r f ana ULACK
vv guu naKtnnme Bio Oonee
1 50 pockets old Dutch Oererwneot Java Coffee. T
1 5 bapi Ceylon Coffee. I
eODWii; staniv4 White Sorrt, Conalitlng of f jw
. dred, Cbrudied, Oranulatcd A and U Coffee. ,.
60 quintals Qorg. Bank Uodflih, "a" t I
SO bblt. Alee, and No. 1 Mackerel. ,. i 1 1
5 tea. Pick Salmon. . ......
100 b. layer lUwIss, U-l Tf x f
o nr.
age,
Paid
Pa d
Bald
: Met
--
a do,
iwV'Vh ao a.
at
i WM.UcDOMAXD,
M.
O I'
III I IBS '
"a klaiht, I,..t vib
And lank-Bool' ItfannntTimi 1 1
VOBTH mOTi ttVVIt aHnTrrartifta'.AtVt.
anlUI. 1 w..v vaw
1
Bed; -White and Bine
V' r Tl' ," I A t . a
tamnns. . v , .
' jv. 1 .-'a l.?a..;-
ay ua k vyvutni
aprSV
--! - T t- " AJlt AS BON,
-T- "a-in bun, j
Mo. M Bouth High street, '
.l..i.'...;.CVf,jt,jotfrH Hian BTREBTa-V j
Ht. Juel received a new make of nnnp atf rinra
S&tab.dlaamannerft luperlcr te aay y,t intreduoed
i
I
,
a
.
tnr
, PURABiXITy N pRAClfLTla:
Bah3."W 4 If ; '''",
-,,,! ' an"., ISdat '
"WOHGEaTER'S1'
ROTALQUAEiowmoim.
The IatitTTi T.re,
, , Xhe Cheapest Beoaoio the Best,
"Tha ffloat H.UakJa ataadard uAni
; , 81 Hundred Smintni Ziuoatort of 'Mb,
"TH). JBS1!; 1N0LIBH DICTIONARY EXTAHT."
"r"'' H Sotryvhtrt.
.i"" . !nPwerdl of a Hundred Thoumnd Words.
,, " - uuuurii auouaana. tt oral.
?" mnlUfrloai meufnin ud derivation.. tnath.;
witn tneh oomot pI1Iiib. ul oronnn.i.tion .r.
mbore !,. c
Btai tu JDeciitmi the Mmitrt of th Ohio Stalt
ftwvbr'f AuixAition.
I ' The ondenlned. umlim at tH. a.h.tLLj I
I AMoeUtion, idopt odiia t. r .-.w-ocald
w?5!?,',' "'f o7.4 pnnaoelttion of
di.li. . " """' n4 we moet eor-
u,.,lt,;Mh. V"Vk' ??.:
I. i. ' n u oowwnueataai
- - . fj
Loam Aroarwe, ret(dnt Kenjon Collen.
TMn. 'w .. ' Pntendent Zeneerllle Schoota.
Thoj. W. llTIY, gBp.t Mmi ion Union Bchooli.
3'jLrV"'w' Pb" Schools, Bandutiy. ,
8. N.
BAXruno, f rlnclpkLOIevelud lemale Bemina-
Wm. MrroKBi, Sop't Pnbno Sckools, Mt. Union.
SOla 'ri' hiw .uwvi, liinat
H. Br MAMTTIi. Rlin't Pka. rTI B-V t
U m ' WMfWW WWII.
f.T."l" rnncipai Keaeeiy Moimal Schook
mr-
Ad'- Howiw, PrUtlpal West Hlh School, Oleve
Clntona?' M"i,p1 laUraeijau School,
:
A. 0. Eoniica. Priaaln! Wut ni.h k-i..i nw
. - - wu wa, v,.
8. A. NOETOV. V-tM-lkl Tft-k ...1 f tti
land V 1 -""i-wrwMiiiiwvii uiiri
TBsoaoBi Snauiw, Principal Higti School, Oleve
land. :
.' ? HtTKimx, Principal Clerelud TnrtitnH.
Lt' ' fl'u, President of Klectlo Iattitate, HI-
ram. s ..
0h?o'.H B"Ir' E Cminlnloner of Coeanen Schools,
iA.ST a0moJ Prof' 'Ux'ona. Oberiln Oolleg. i
n yt iru-u, aduooq ueiiero.
school, Bwtoa."" "r'l'T "TTTr " r
Dayton0;' 0i'mMum Plf' anage( Bl(b School.
',-BaatSup't Union Sohooli, Aihlaod. !
g", Proftttor,, AMikor and JHUnguWi4d Sduca
MMnior4ltUaooomt4mm. .
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN 0HI6.
mw a. iikuimiSSB vr VI K.
r,n .!utBor P'ars,and the whole
DOM. It Will ha m nM. la ..J -
elation, and will ofunbe connlted by me for It teat
oenniuoas."rreaiaent SboBpeon.
K. lEcucno Oollcoe. "Ilprrtofore we liareased
wauter orthography. At a recent meeting of oar
. was decided to change It to conform to that
or 'Worceitar. Rov&l Qnmnit ni,iiAMM h-M-i
uciu, .... .. , v
.ffT "a Coiuat "I flni It worthy of
. woi.i It more the aaabj my exjxsctn-
' ikouw n as in. sianaata, aatnorttyu
iny eauoren aaa By papiM-'Wieaielent
Axtiocr Oollmi.I adopt and aim to nee In teaek-
"is. wrumg bdu apeaung, tne ortnography ana pronan
claUon of Worceeter's Moyal Qiarto Dictionary."
rreiiaent BUI.
"In all BT Writln. awilna mA iaankl.. r v..-
aoavorea to conform to th rnles for orthography and
""'' ion a. oouiaiuea in rroreester's DieUonary,
.aiui, imuj rmioonia.
Kairroa Cm i na aaataa.T auiat ntuii n.
e0nn BM( rel'abU atandard aathority of the
araVir " " woiwBiaepoen."-
aiHII.W.t
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
7?et.
from' o. A Si' Barnl b-XntMtiontr
Anton BmriK OmtmitHontr of Common
"The Dictionary Is an Imperishable aannaumt to the
n auwwwa v a aai mataiy paUU WUA 1111111 BV Ultl I
world of kUera.-v The mechanical execution la far eape-
i JPi? ' m BUier I,l,00 'rtU, "Wek" am ao
j , A -.. , ,
L
,
"The
faane."
raliahlo ttandard Authori of the laa-
; :.. wj wia tan a', TT"1 " i ;
Ldina No-wsrpapejrsi pf Ohio Br-.
iromVutCUti&nd JZtraUvf JforeilJpi j
The orthography of the Woroester Dictionary t Wt
by most, if not all, aatbors of diatiBCtloa In tkll
country and England, and oonform) to tho awMral usage
ordinaiy writers aid speakers. , .,
Whatever prejudice my bavo ex la ted prevloutly a
oarelul itudy of UiU volume will Invariably be followed
deal re
,w,rB PPr!lUoa f " reet aMrits, aod a
,to ! "'a4 ,lb'ta '
a Uteary In Itself, andwlU remain an imp.
it
do
In,
i-uei,
vuu
'
best
Prie
uivn,
nith
are
lowea
mii.r
want
avw
-
And
small,
peritha-
from tho OinrtnnaH Ootnmontatof AarU SO. '
Here are upwards of a Hundred thousand wordagood,
and indifferent who, multifarioon maanlnra aarf
derivations, together with their correct epelling and pro
nunciation, aro tat clearly before the eye. The work la
unqueetionaoiy tne craateat Iheaaurua of Kmrliah Wonta
pabllahad. . , : i. J - .-i ;
Irom tht Cleveland Italndtaltr of Sept. BO, I860.
Evidently WonearreVe Rovat, Qoaaro DtonoaAar is
,"7 woararrn's hot at, Qoato DtonoaAar it
no,JnlvIA' WifcimwifcWawh.
' " P4-,WU, nn" ompartoa or
oon,roTrW . y : ,
"',,
faowaeutisw. Wetvcaam ts t. gTamaaa'
follwd r beat authors; in definitions he leaves
nothln,deilrad,aj,4inoTaarllleaujncient
.ayuim woacnrrn oan tw safeiv followed.
INQHAITat 4 BRAGG, ' v
blisltera, Boakaellara Statloaera,
nv. ivi BUf KBloa BTM CLEVELAND, OBIO, ,
maiO . -i '
' jrUE Mutual benefit ,;.
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
biTidenci January 1, ise i 45 Far cane
ABBETB..., ; tlfiltJUt 80.
. Statement Janaarr It lseia
Balance, po'stetement Jan. lit, 1800...,.e3,lQ6oi 36
i-,, iv( riauimmi uur
In tho a oar la ........... arts aaas.
Received' for Interest during -,
the year lm 914,014 19
Tha
Ifull-p
I X' 1t It i
id l I.'
I fowl rtcelpt. for lcW..V.iOT,0T 74.
xaia j laiaia o aeia,j,ol uu ,
Paid Policies lureo-., . .
I dered .- 41,111 29
Paid Salaries, Pott
ilt-po
PolUd
Tax.., . .. !
cbanm.aln.. HI on SA " . .
Oummuaians to . ; . ,
AfJ 6,y& 30 . . X
h,alclalls (ett. t .Wo ZJ , , , :
AnnnlHaakM.. .1 ui un J .'. '
PaU'DWaVnOBdar ,'.-. - i
, 'yi,rm,m JS 508,091 63 . 411,970 14
Batanoe January Lrtj tWl..,...,.t34ni4U 80
'
Will
and
t
V .; .1 ABETB.' ,.lja.,.:..a,..1
.t ry
Oaihon hand.... J...U;....i flC284 IB i ; k- i i
Bond, and Mortgagee on Real " , .... !
jaitato, worth dauhla Uis " I
amount loaned...... i wi'iui a."' .
Premium Notes, on PoUeles . ,rT '
: tnfona, only drawings par . , l
, eenU intereit...... .1,879,864 17 "! i
Real Eitaia 110.893 fij ' l
Loans on Berip. ... ,'' - 6,93144
PRmums,MotaaaadOaab,la .
oona.of tranimiMUa..., 48417
. Total Asssts.
$1,819,866 80
757 Polioles la foros, OM!lii......Mo,4,'g.S88
, 1,438 saw PolkHes have besa Utued daring the year, -,
After a careful oalcnUtioa of the nraamt vain. ai ik.
ouutanding Pollolos of th Company, and having th
nteeuarf amotmt b reserv Iberefor, th Dtreetors
bavetokareda Dmiwra t ii p.ront. n Umt Pnmi
om. paid at the tabl rates, to all pouciu for lira la fore.
Uwued prior to January I, ltnO.payabl aogordlni to th
premnt rule of the Company. i ,
Rates for all kkitiol Lite OontraiMotea, Prorpeet
BUtemenU, and ApplleaUona, will be furnlihed
wtTnootos,MthOiBosorAgrnleset th Com
pany. DERY,
u
tlckeU
-
enters
Inland,
by the
an.Tinf
aigbt
for
WAV,
V
tt
aolO-lydaw
vv a .i' - i .,-.,,.., i , . ...
;.ta . . J-rai, JlOBT. ,1. PATTER80W, Preldent,
-n.,
BIHJ, 0. , I ...
Ki' ,..nn j.;iiaj. u. MUCaoiff atpwei, i.'1
- ' 51 Joatnsoa Blook, (
lfwi
Macll88, 1801. c, , ,.r : , UH t 0elnmJ,u, Oi
V H."saTTir7 5 ,IO" BLACK
- BRBSS BILKB, of rwy grtia. Th moat (oleat
MMiiavant ta tb .it, and at rn'oat tmrZitVr'.
' mm aunt 1
mW," " ' Ha. "oata High .treet.
'X!!
in.
Street,
be
." Iral-allP
Ayer!sSarsaoarilla
a " '
of the worst cases to be found of the folio win
A compound remedy, designed to, the most
em-cuuu Auirattv$ mat can De made, it is
a concentrated extract of Para Barsarjarilla,
so combined with other .aubstances of still
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
tive antidote for tho diseases Sarsaparilla is
repuiea w core.. it is Dolievea that such a
remedy ig wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of Immense
service to this larfce class of our afflicted fellow.
citiens. How completely this compound will
oo ii nas oeen proven Dy experiment on many
jtiBAn, srrnais and
"CTIOMS, MeilCOniAtDlSli
BAL0IA On AiO XOULOURSUX,
PEPSIA AND INDIOESTIO
complaints :
ScnoroiA AtfD SonoPitou Complaints,
EutiPTioNS And EnumvB Diseases, UwEns,
riMPLBs, julotches, Tosrons, Halt Kheum,
Stpuihtio Ap-
aSe, Duopsr, Neu-
DsDtLiir. Dys-
EEYsnELS. Ross
on St. ANTnowr'8 Fino, find Indeed the whole
class of complaints arising Xtfm btPtmny or
THE DLOOD.
llus compound will B6-und a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the springj to
expel Hid foul humors which fcster in the
Diooa at that season of the year.; By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are ninnnrl in ihn Viiul Ar,ilt;f;l n v.
.the aid of thU remedy, spare themselves from
iu euuurung oi ioui eruptions ana ulcerous
sorei, mrougii wiucii me system will strive to
rid itself .of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vmatca blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores 5 cleanse it when you find it is ob-
urucieu ana sluggish m the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it it foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Evcn where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health." Sooner or later something
must eo wrouff. and the CTpnl. mntiinrw r?
life is disordered or ovcrtlirown.'
SBrsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these end. But
the world hus been egregioujy deceived by
preparations . of it, partly because the drug
nlono has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtuo of Sarsaparilla,
or any tiling else. . . - f. j:.
Durinir late rears the nulilio have hcon mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollarV Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
im lonoweu me use ot 1
Sar8opafilla which flood
name itself, is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. . Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name npni mo loaa of ouloauy which rests
upon if. . And we think we have ground for
SS
Aver s Cherry Pectoral
. . -
w"1 'ur ,t"01' ch a renown' for tlio cure of
vy variety of Throat and Ltmg Cotupluiut, that
i. ciuirciT unncccssarv lor lis to Mmnm t ,n
4 - . . -v .a i aaa it v AtMA V aj JL4 v SaUlU A tjt
bttliCVillflt it has Vlituca wlurli nrn irrAAifltMA.
. - " -- - w.v I
V tho nrrlinnrv vnt. .Ft1ia A, : r i i
to cure. In order to secure their comnlPfo
eradication from the system, the remedy should
JUUlClUUSirtaKen OCCOrUin? to tlirent nn rn
uiu uotuo. ,
rilEPARCO Br
DU. J..C. AVE It & CO.
LOWELL. TVTARS
Price. $1 per Bottle SUBotUca for $3.
eyldenoe of its virtuts, wherever it has been cin-
throughout this i
assure the Deonli
ever has been,
for their relief ,
; ... ..di . ..
Ayer sjQathartic Pills,
Coitttmesi, Jaundice, Dyspepsia; Indigestion,
uytemery, torn siomaelt, lirysipekts, Headache,
luieumntism, Eruption and Skin Diseases,
lAter complaint. Drown Tetter. Tumor, ami
tuienm,, irormi,- uout, Weumlata, ai a
umner I'tU, and for Pitrifyinr; th Shod.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most send
ttve can take them pleasantly, and tlicy aro the
aperient in the world for all the purpose, of a
luumy uujsii;..' , ' v ' .
8S cent, per Vox ; rive boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers pf Clergymen, Phy ticians, States.;
anvi eminent . personages, nave lent tlictr
awe ro cerxiiy uio unparalleled na
remedies, but otrr apace her will
fnsertioa of them. The Ao-enta 1
gratis our AntnniCA! Alm ah ac I
given; with also full descriptions of tho above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol-
tor tlieir cure. .
Do not be put on by unprinclplod dealers with
preparations ruey make more profit rn.
Demand Ater's, and take no others. The sick
the best aid there is for them, and they should
. . : . i . . i
AU our remtdWare for sole by
K0BIHTB BAMUEt, Oolamhue.
by DruggliU and Dealers ovoiywbaro.! .
Bov9:ld,twtw , ,
CAHADI1H ft UNITED STATES HAIL
STEAMERS
tu and ruon - :ia
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool. Montreal, Quetec.
iiiiiv i.onn ,n j,nn-,...a .. .
ana that it may bcWd on to
oil it hrtm a- u.- r..,.-.i .1. I
' t - ml .wuiiu w uo. i
, , I
4
a
Mad.
KTk77"; YOBJBL.
Montreal Oeean fiteanuhlv Comr
from PORTLAND, cerrytof tbe Oanadlan ud
paay's flrrt-elaas
11 avery Mat.
-ad Olydevballt Bwamers eal
States Mall and passengers.
NORWEGIAH. NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, . - ., ANOL0-BAX0N, ..'
NORTH BRITON, 1IIBERNIAN, J-
OAKADIAN, - -,.1 .... KOV A B00TIAN.
Sbarteatf Oheavat MdQale cattloaa
.-i .... veyanca iraaa .-a l
AXBBIC1 10 ALL FIXri OF mOPX.
RateMaet "Peumtm to Europ,' "
83a' soo. eso. - -i
eall from LIVERPOOL CTerw Wedneul.r.
from QDBBEO even Salurria.. aaiiinJ r..
nunnunuD i . . . . ..!.. ..
uu.iuvLiv.Hui , uj iw.iT. on ooaru ana laofl
ramngera, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
I lUila and
UTTheae 8 teamen an built ot iron. In watnr-tllrht
oompartments, oarry each an tzparlenoad Burgeon, and
.iujduob ta pwu n uw commit ana acoommoaia
tlon of pieeengers. A they prooeed direct to LON DON.
th gteat rUk and delay of calling at 81. John's
aTuioeu. . .....
eiaegow eaneorers are furnlihed with ran pauig
to and from Londondeiry. "
luiun taeaeia giant, at raaiuoad ratea. . ., .
Certlueatee laioed lor earnlnt to and brinrln. ont naa.
from all th nrtnelnal tewna of Oraat Hritain .nA
at reduced ratee. by thU line of steamer., .nd
WA8U1K9T0H LINE Of BAIUN9 PACKETB,
wfinma v.ry wees. : , . .,
Draft, far t mad upward, par
abla la Kaarlanel, Ireland, bcot
...ir,' land ar Walts,
.PSMaga, apply at the OlBoe. 93 Hrl&AD. I
ft.wTak, and 1 HAltiU MX.,
aKI.iyv.1, .,. . j ,,,,, ... ( , ;
0ABEI k IXABLX, Seneral Agents,
to- j. R. ARMSTRONG. ,
-r' -PesI Oflc. Oolaakas, Ohio.
al
: Co-PartrieMhip; ' .
iLT!.?.AkU,1.'VP'fBB41" as partner Io my boal-
.ami wiia uet' alia, tai anniiN.11 ..rf.. th.
,A...n.i . ,. . a. HaiBl.alU Baailh Wliih Bt.
OolBmbns,febU.18fll. , , , , ,. 7 foblS
' nHRT Knrni EH.
'"i !ot f ?MIhmni, . T.a) PoprUtor.
new tor. .aauionaoi .having, Hair Catting
ShampoOBtBg, Curling and Brewing Saloon, Baet Butt
rer lb pool Ottoe, whe iett wUl
given lit all th varioa ktuokavrUkW aad
Ohlldrenl Hair rtrlng 4om Lb lb best styuTl ,
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Thee
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In
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Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Clacionatl, payton & Indianapoiis!
Through to Indianaoolls withoat Change of Cars
' and bat One Changs of Can between '
- , Columbtti and Bt. Loula. - '
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
PTTJnT TD ATM
ACCOMMODATION it S a. n . .innnh,. .11.,..
tlOOS betweea Calnmhuaanil rtin-lon-H -J a ...
ri T t n ff at flinflnn-,i at in nc - j . '
m , Jw mi HIifNIU Bfc WWDU
Il a. m., eonnecUIl' at Davton fcr Tndl.n.nnlla ..J
the Wast. , . - ,,1
' 8ECONT TRAIN.1
No. 1 ETprtRn .1 it in. 1 ......
London, Charleston, Cedarf llle, Xenla, Burin Valley,
Oorwln, traeport, fort Ancient. Morrew 81., Lebaooo.
ity" J-0'"1 and Milford, arriving at Clooieoaii
Ohio and Mlnliitppi Railroad for LonUnlle, Ky., Tin
oennee. Cairo, Bt. Lonu, Mtw Orleans, ete.: at Daytea
alfw . nP ol.t,'urtt. Terre Il.ute, Chicago aod
. .mi aa ar viu v . " -
. THIRD TRAIN,
MAIL ftt 0.10 n. m .fnr.rIn .f .11 .t.lfAK. w4
Oolambai nd ZtolA.ud at 8prU(r Valley, Corwlo,
"wiwi"JTinjniuinnDnau at x a &
FOURTH TRAIN.
If IOQT XXPUK81. via Dj(n. . 10 nn mTTT.
topping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Miadletown and
uauiui'in, arnnni at uincinnal lats.vs a. m.iatDu.
" wa. m. oonneoilog at Ciminnatl
- r r .w. .v.n.iu,, j
Vlnoenne, Cairo, ft. Louli. Memphie, Nt
.11 -Lit. .k.
Ohio and UiMimlppiKatiroad lor Lonlirille. Kranevllle,
Vlnoenne. Cairo. St. Loula. M.mhi. v.VTkTiI..!'
and all I points Bonih and Sonth weat; also, at Dayoa
r , uamc, buicago, eio.
' ' ' . i ! I
"r!! fnrUier InforaiatlMi and Through Ticketi,
Zt: L' P0H,!a"' m,lA"eDt' Uo'on D"t
P. W. BTR1DER.
General ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JNO. W. DOIIERTV,
Agent, Columbus,
K. W. WOODWABB.
"uperlntemlent, Clnclnnad.
wuiumirai. juiy it, leoi.
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
CENTRAL OHIO AND
Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
CONNK0I1N3 AT BELLAIRB WITH TnK
BALTIMORE & o'tf I'd-
AKp AX PITIBBUBOlj WITH TlljS
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL,'
RAILROAD:
" P0RM1NQ THB
of
j , ,
ShortfiSf. Ollirlrfiaf XV llTrtaf Paliolilrx
' - " -" 1 fy-tVUVMV eVVXVUU AWUnViQ
:
AV0UlG 10 " HiStem t-ltieS !
Tk
Train. Leave Columbus as follow.
U0RNINO XXPRSBB ,
Leavw Columbus 1 30 A. H. from Union Depot, vis
Dviaaim vr bi.ud.dwi la : arnvaa mt k. i.i... in on a
M.i Bteubenvllie, 12. SO P. AI.: Pltubumh. 1.40 p. M.:
narrtttmrg, 1.10 A. U.i tia AlUntovm. arrireaat New- Th
York b.ixja. M.i to i-AirrWaa 7t
deluhla. 6.10 A. M.: N Va,i iu -m a x, I
Uo at Harritbur, fo, Baltimore arnvi.g.t
SleeDin, Car. attacbaa to ihl.Tri
..... V," u a,:.." "VTHoi
n ,1 u'y inrougn m iieiiaite oe i
aitiauuiau aiuinui ananm! axil ,'......... ... . .
. i. r -tt : - - . a " -
der
th
town arrlvs In New York at 8 A. M
of
ii a mu ill 11 1 km it invira nar uAi.nvflv I
Thi Train also eonneot. at Bellaira with tbe
' I. u..u..j nn. d.ii j . .
u-iitjuw aiiu vuiu naijrvau. ' ' i
i
pitrsDURan express
Leaves Columbus 11 26 A. IT . from TTnlnn TlanM l.
Bteubenvllle; arrive. at Newark, 11 50 P. M.i Coahoc
njS.lSP. M. BteubeovIlM, . p. M.; Pituburg, B.40
a. v.. ii a auia a, inannirronia nv wninn i.ujnj.r.
can icaTo uincinnau at A. go through to fills
wauaiiA, wiutou cuange or carl or aeiay.
past line:" ' ' ,,,;!
ueaT uoiumous x. 13 e .
Beiiain.' arrives at
S3 P.M.! Bellalr.
M.i Harrtiburg, 9
Drat 1 at taa I r. la I. lA VI W . tat arr - -T
uiiatuvifuu., i.iu r iut ftew i or,
Traia also connect at HarrUbarf for
STIUH r. u. -
ifaitt na$ thro ugh to Bajllalro or Plttibnrg wllh
In
u
the
or
iliri.7NrMS;fprUr'
; ?'aSa atriva.
ptita, arrive. -.'
rUiiL'J?
r Ban more, .,
ClpJo
Philadelphia, or New York, with only
. uuo ooaoge oi iira. , ,
By this Train Passengers axrlv b Mew Yoik Ire
M"l,a ,
J Ohio T" t0KU "B"'""""' - Mu-U
...
LCTThl. Route la 80 mile, shorter to PiitahnfffU 5?We
and more than 100 miles shorter to v
New York, than Northern Liues. .
er
...
Baggage Checked Thron
, (1 portmt Points
"ASK I0 TICKETS VIA " f -i
BELLAIRE OR 8f PCBENVILLE. .
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Ph ta 8.11 im. .i.h
faat 1 ' i v av
JutST. I I aver
Ticket. Goad
j 1 . 1 . j i i :
oTereltber Houte.
Jclfl
-' JNO. W, BROWN,
Oen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R,
f; ; X. a. 11UIUIUH3UN, J
ta,
led
Oen. rioket Agent Bteubenvllle phort Line,
V.
vcriliiia-oa '"j.i3s, ca-lix
WLVKUius, Oilii,; m i . It
If 'D iff ft TTTTll T MT l TiPiTrtrmr
aUlUUUJilUiVAlj ViiUiJCiliUlJftn I cm
- , " r i . ..
- And Seed Bixsretf '
GENERAL HARDWARE, '
MAILS, QLA8B, BASH, PTJTTT, COUDAGB, . .
Guata, FIstalB, WoettWlUew Ware.
Htn.raad KaObee B.ltlnf, f LeaiUr,. Hon an.
) eni-dly
king.
fnlt
....
lent
Irons
In
of
liAK1' t'TJISltlSHIWO
M y V II . P , , - - .
novelties in Neck Th and (earfa.
".,) "ByronandGsrrotaOollars.i
. V 1' Embroidered Pocket Uaiuil.eJct)tef
Paris Kid Olove. euptrior make.
Golden Hill BhirU, varloua in lee. .
iwji woiuv. aaiu pnirm, .00. .
Drlvtnfand Street elovei. fld
Hemmed Pocket Hendkerohlefi.'vaiioui etyles,
Half Boa and trader tHrmahts, "In
bled.
luuaeu
old
merit
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it
tb.
aptlU
II 1 TV A. anu
No. 09 South High etre'eu'
whirh
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Thera
SaMUadawf
SOMETHING -NEW
i'a t J
HOWARD & OO'
AMERICAN "WATCHES, ''r
riALt, AT NO. S.4. HtViTTII Iltnn w
and eumlaeOurn.wBiake oP , ,
AMERICAN WATCHES, i
maaufacturedby I. HOWARD a CO., Boeton, Vmi.
Watohea ar far superior to anything ever offered
th publio. heretofore. Hariri, tha aa.in.i.. ."!
oan aeu thus at prion to suit the time. I have luat
received a Urp itook of . I vjbii
AMERICAN WATCHES, , .
Danufactured ky APPLEION.TBAOT. a 00 t alas. .
aa.ortm.nt of .. -
ENOLtsn AND 8)Viri$S WA.TCUE9, 1
a wo io, aa. -iiTer caN, at raale Drioea. i "
tended
and
there
1
wuuiu
thl.
I
0,1 county.
eastern,
onie,
dar
on
The)
i
ly
fanatics,
With
wun
All
Union
ballot
!'''" :! r.d IV
V y .air inn
laily, per year. .
Tri Weekly, pet
, tfoekly, per yeai
T1IH
""i i,im,m 3 00
... to
Is there any further use for the Democratic
Is there any further use for the Democratic Party?
TthtEdUtrofthtCteaffoTinu$: ; '
CoImi,tfe.D,rMUon i-f Docratld Central
Committees of New York aod Ohio, in ra. using
to form eoalition with th. s.n.hii.1.
on heir Slate ticket, should meet with thi cor'
dial approralof every truly national Democrat
throughout the country. There ie ao Independ,
ence about the r resolutions which ha the ring
?nf,"!i,?'L,0'1!a!; ?Bi '. w. trust, bf
State " wemoeratB or every loyal
' The1 miserable fares nf linn n-.i-in.
played out, aod it Is time the people began to
.. - 8 , 7 w" convinces
uu., iuotb man at any other time dur
Ine tbe hisiorv of the tnnnin 1. k... . .
sity for a thoroogh organizttlon of our party.
One year ago at this time we were eogsged in
a Presidential struggle, fighting on a platform
wnion we then thought cootaiued our political
principles ns nearly as they could be stated on
Fpcr a p aiiorm WMCn.lfll ljad been success
wc .1111 tnina: would bare avoided all tbe
-uiuum 01 woe ana carnage, known and un
known, lo which our country has since been
rllNnnaala atJ ALaf. a . .
uu nguiiDg iora candidate whom
boih we end our polltioal enemies knew would
uc" auniiniaier tne uovernment on aBy other
principles than were conuinari In iki, n .1.
timore-CbarlestOn nlatfnrm Wh, .
k.. ...L 7. r " JTtUl
n.7. ,.- I lDeB Wnl0n tbom CUM
nocrati to Ignore (bat n atform anrf th. tn.m.
or !r,tDeir grat chleluint Are not those
pwuwpie. ueaier man ever, now that those very
evils we have ao lnn nra,nn k. '
encompassed the oountrvt Haanot th.tr In mr,i,
ot th R'P--"-- Pa" Lrned I out precisely S
'u,u uu" wues any man la bis senses
suppose i that a Dcmocratio triumph would have
been followed by any such result? '
On the other band, what single act have the
Republicans done that should cause us to for
sake our time-honored rrtr ,.! nn. .
tunes with theirs, even if it be only, as thev
ay, "temporarily V '
Is their rlatform
any less obnoxious to os tban last year, when
we were opposing them with all our power?
Have they made a single acknowledgment?
nave they recanted a almianhianinn.kio.i..t.
their platform? Are not their leaden at
.u.. uiumeut engagea in exciting the ultra feel
iofEflgVndbyp7oc
w,'" in tbe extinction ol slavery"? i
H, as claimed by some milk and.-.L. u'n..
fv "an uaiie at toe
present time with the Republicans, wbv could
b.H.o;r
wait
succeeded, are
Until due nnnnn.'n,. V-.: ' "'.Jl
nnar tvain u . i. , I
trVIOff tn hn nn I
corrnotion and m w ... if. . r " . "
all nartlaa? -"laigamation
I. is time that th. 1,300.000 northern patriot.
3.' "r- fal, thrt
they differ from the Administration now in
Tha. 'k g ' Km? "PrMl" 'o be' faelioga.
fnJtTfT fwrth, Uh0 04,1 of ,h ftii-
dent to llgbt the battles of the eountry because
Ihn. l-r .k... . V -'"J"W
n,h'.H',k:. ir.cr.D. 'n d.oiD?. ood
iorDia mat tbev ahou d h. nnHa... T-il
... p.L,. . " aa fUTlUK I
tbe Kenublican Dartv or an. f,r i -.i.r
. a..r. . ' ".r r uiiuii.
akTi Z ,i V "".cuh.
Jh.lX, aI 10 pholJ Constitution of
United States, and nnthln mnaa a..:
tHk as damnably detestable In their eye to-
f 7h p.c rjr, iu ueetruc-
. . 1 1 uoj oave DO ae-
.i,n i.iniar , ,n,r.,.i. . i.v ,.
. -" ivnn wuu aiaverv in anvi
are fighting side by
mceme?til?i9a?8',0n aJ ,6?JCOm
no circniP.tance. whatever, be interfered
Itl.nn .n ... .k-t. . . ' .
Dnna ..,-t .V. "1 -V.
'A' uoernoiateaiei'".
'the States:
' Th
aiiA iik k.' . i , .
iliiL1 f" a-1-? Sfe ThoIder-. anfi f
. nuulu iuvj lu ,u 11 orin io r.nppm tho 1
f) la a., Mlaa.ll. f ' .... ... L
uuj tuiutjrilT. WI1B Lnintr taflPPtttTn' hAn.. I
Republican party have a melorltT. thev
intand tn ,'- ... " I
c: " .uoatauuai power,
to fcive .ua even a reasonable wonorllon of
2' b7 W
r .'. ' -Vr
v. ' uur reu"al coalesce on a h gh-
"8,r0Uhan '-I.0ien, though in;
J.g9uW
and from conscientious motives, are a pow-
k... kT - . """"0'! aaa,
whenever hi. conntrv'. tlmr u n j,,.-, i. i'
7 ny w tba rescue; nor does he
JW of hh, part, B how many
UhkllbeWaror General, or whether hue hall Z.
tor Suta so many ooutraata. . No!-
'".H06 democrat la Uuaht by his verv nartv
Pl- "old himaeU la raedinas. at all
within a few month. . , . ".k.".":
HnV . M! ..I? T,', 'J1 pi"fc ,Ur
'b,.0 L".e.r,l1,1i:top ""ghout th. thirty,
T. i...' ..ZTl -V wu . " ncr nana, ai-1
. . .... wuuirj, auu w. ion mat in
anjlnina. tha R...kil... M,
ii" . .k.rk" .rr' De
anrf .h...... .Ii . . r, ucu- --u,,
ana wherever this war tawminat.a-k.ik. I
a inn. .i n. a . 1 M" " -
i5?i?.t-bitoVw"BMB0"P"l-
to let the rebel, go.-in either case, and at
!ilS,vHrlK,,Ld',"?f ?V muat b.
Thiit f a r u
"-'j vf Htun ut hkt nw i
frk aaa-,1 lA-f.V r -O I .
uitained.
- ej--v w I
ganlxation of tb. Democratic party.
SOLDIER.
SOLDIER. Democratic State Convention.
wa. our good fortnoe to ba abl. tv, .... .n-act-ieantirai
DemocraUc State Convamtlm. aa rvi..k... I ii-.ia.
the Tth inat. W- .7..ja . I I-iL.
. vw. Amuuiu m mnra
a.J k l.. . " " """W
. uaruauuivus nominauDg Btat. Conven
tion tban waa tha ona that nva'aa 1k. . I
ticket which w. thl. week nru.nt r. ,k.
upport of tha Democracy f Obloj and wa
uertaiuiy uver witoeasea nor. enthusiasm and
determination to redeem tb. 8tate aid drive
power those who bar. seen Instrumental
bringing th. present ealamliiaa nnn.th.
country, than wa. expressed by tha krg. body'
oonservativ., Union loving men them aaerr.
We did not meet a solitary .elegit, who
upon 10. Or ODO.lt inn to maiira k.
Drmocratlo ulrtv In th.Z. j," "
with th. ttZS.'TrV
, i ma
L.u: . ..
,I..J1 u All .L.i L ' ..I
EaniaaMon wa. thVo ITh0'! '
Union and .
ni.rlr.J th. a...:.: k-, " i:vv,"'
rharanta.laa th. V..:.. a..... i.
Af a North.. u-w.i "
were several present who hd never 'aT
a. 11 ak ak a fli . h . I
a Demooratlo' State- Cnveitlon tor.
we wars Informed that In on. nt-?; M
were at least n .hV.a-J T.. 'L00
IA A.k.lla," I". '5u"W WO
uasa.ueir urat tot. Wltn (be DemoeraevIT
fall! . N. I. .kt. ... . " . . W:rC" I
- iuii miug vonnnea re ooe l ..
Duitt is spreading rapidly tbronrk the
central and southern portion, of lb.
ana w. oonndentl itunt. rMrn.aaiai.lpaueigraTingoBiour
come. aroanrf. it t i hi" ' A.
thi. blut-IIfeht, abolition WeMern Reserve.
peoole ar rwttlnr IImmI nt thai Vi.a .r
K?3h-?
"j. i' i Z ""7 will willing-1
.achacrg. it for that sort which they enjoyed W
v'' curaeu oy norioern ana southern
who have well-nigh mined th. country
their ultralama. ' While oar aoldlar. ...
one wing of the "irrepressible" tribe
powuerana ball, let the' Demoeracy' and
other Binder, friend, of th. Conaticutinn ana
it. to ft that tb. other I. ronted af tha
boa: : Tbla dona, and tha ftonatrv wilt ba
.
'Ida a . a. a ' a.
I.; ,
condition.
TaAt SftwAM riaaM. a . .
f!i,HKde,ermJ,1,tL011 '-'-ohoDorabla
fort shall be snaretl nn h "
' ( ' lu ' ,
SOLDIER. Democratic State Convention. No Party.
Wd A aa. i : i '
at,. "ur uiincai opponentf, and
?7 fcitak nib.lirvo tkUChay bad
ab ured all n,iri ii u. T"."?1
A,hau is rBssac: Sm
h. h. , ,n PPotntmentB made
-"u "MiuiuiH-raLion. a r .. n...a
bat a. fair hk. k. 7 .MJVW mm
bitter
fiiutm ina rii-.Ba.ini. .
been cursued b,..,jr . r 1' ur.n.M
b.r. hMv;:;'T.T'wra Movai
uctu uiiiiH nniaj
liar significance, IISTSSZ X
a- f w " VI UI. l-
OD. Ot l.WMr.aB UTaa.,..! ...
c. t m wnmonuiwi, WBtOD II ei
M..,diry" H wm,d "d of ,b. iiis;
MassachuBttta Rp0lmr ,k. ... ..a T .
iha r ti i.i " . ' !", urea upon la
the city of Baltimore b th k ..j 1 "
VmTZ t9 &n tb 'Ponaed tot",
oall wbeu Wash neton i a. u!
hrld th. rffi .id..,""
" . . . ; - au.tmaiier oi tn town io
which he res ded. hut .k:.
fi.M.b.!,bU:!.r prtlMD .fM,lD8 of Po7m..
"vu' awisir hi ntnrnit. aiik. t as..
office war not actually taken poMeaeici of by
theffief.1..
durinir thl. V.,1 1. "H,.u"."7
n... k r--. no party r inere
... ucoo time io tbe history of tht
country when tbe feeling of p.rty on tba part
of au administrtioa was m. hitt IZa'SH
coroua than it ii now. Tbe public Service ii
JohntJ Cbloe,.a iubordinateetime
10 OUOt UO Dfcir viotima All w..r i
desire to arop all party feeling are hollow and
Insincere, and have their origin In feelincs far
different from those of a real desira to protect
iIu?hhnkrC,t, f1 """" Awa, w7
all such hypocrisy I , Tbe acta of the adminis
ration speak londer, and more truthfully, than
their words Dttrait Pr p.. . '? ,
An Extraordinary Story—Love and
Murder.
Z S w." K?ndSlt7;:tbbat
London has had si horrihla um.iu,, ...i
f b.k J1,16!'"0.1. duriBf5 he noh. Oa the
l-a-b Of JolVi Malor Murra. until
officer of the Uuaaara.
i ,1 . . 'aa VHM MI
-c.UJ aiucK comptpy, wis accosted la tbe
publio streets by. a man who was an entire
htt3f..t0-b,D!: ' The M1f e010" Introduced
himself nnuer tbe name of Greys said ha want.
$ a?hvMmqne' foe Z cUent 10 eP"'
01 woica MarrAT waa HIpfMatnpe nfr.j rcn nmi
-.. f vuci wji4 A'UU.UUU
' rr-"u'mrrHulV Duflu"
m t .... , . . n . . 'J'a
MM- k-.
nilimlat n . Dk 7., .
7 . fe tbe
w get nia card of address, whleb
Murray .. with bT. back to wh'o nrl
tded to b. looking for , l-,tKtl, C
ray lelt a alieht ton in
hef was tbe report of a pistol, and be droned
off hli chair 00 th 6rouBrpf"tly paraffi
In a moment Robert, catnip ,Eril2EX:
...... ,.IVU, urBU k pistol Jnlo Mur.
ra.'a iM , i.. .1.7. r?: 'u ""
' - B". UIB UOI Kill, DUt h. Ore.
tandai k. . . " Z": "ul u" Pre:
i u wnen KODerta wa k.d
near, f prase
wretch. Ha raised
wi auu wnen K(
y. 'ed a pair of tongs lying
to hi. fae anri .,....v. .t 3 6
Us arm, and a ttrtuTu ".troM Uenld. 1
L."!
'V"e'oena "e bead with the tongs,
r5"UB " own HDteS on KQbert's cheat. Than
!.... . .,
wucrw ko awav tn. ton.a. u ..i..a
black bottle, but It waa smashed to niece, in
men, both stream
er- v iugii cei
Pae. finally Mur.
iAniva .KJ U
ft? f bI?'f9 ln0nh' killed bh
'take. He then found the nWl,i -J -
k" .k V: -7."""Kiiorani an the time
"r? aomwarataa of
wuum-ua muraerer. Heln was arot. Mur-
irtftr artrugrgle took
mr raa Dosaesaion or tha
hoepiul, tod rRobru dlecoT-
. . .
FAT inker. In m
d.
if .......
'or nearly a lortn tht tba mvsterv raasained
nar.velled. Roberu hm !. ii??.r!,!
Maw a t wi vr
Murray persl.tel In deoUrln?Th.t K
h,d .B,et b'fore Roberts', family could fnralsh
no cine to tbe affair, but at laata
bad bee. aupposta b. MwayV
formation LttATi.'
family could fnrnith
woman who
wife, gave
Sk. I. In
T t, k i ,or 7"! hi. mistress,
uav me woman eiope with b m to the eontl.
n.n. 7... 7. " " "2"
Morray (so called) declare that aha faaead
rather th.a loved lrt,rtj!&
never thraat.n.rf m...... i k
learned from hr hi. .I.aii fc.tT-.V.k1.0
him la Dublin nlai.. ..H t.rZ .
business. On'th. mUr..i7i
very pret
her double
that aha wa.
ZZl" m ui to. attampi at
WM Mtifiabl. hemicide, and that Major Mur-
ray .lew th. decaasxd . to ..v. hla own life"
mere canoe no doubt that Roberta'. Dtssion
iuaa was Droonnad. aha ia ia.a. ..j
. t . TT . - j-ai nuva
v. na orua bitterly when.vaalioff
, ai waa oeuevea, nowever,
innu..nt r .ii u...:.. .L
- . v.u ua uw uuuui kuaa nooerta a passion
,0, ni is tree, of Murray provoked him to
endeavor to get Murray out V tb. way. So
woadarfully can evwLti. Enllilhmen
J fuivgmii-a Cauguaaniea
HinBu nw inn aamniinrisl ahih aw ram m a, -
, -- -wwMW,a WVHiBWWHf
-"r
of
"?
will
aiay
W, A. Batctelor'a Hair Dye! ,
niak a ar:!""
..w.u..i "-".minuii
1. ..v "
imciw aiaa ajtob. ana lnviavipaaM ak. - ...
ar. genum aniess tlgnefl W. A. BaMialn. ii
boio everywner. , a.ju
0HA8. BAT0RELOR. Pronrirto,:
,1 ,;, ?XBrlvStnet.lewTor.
HAIR DYE-HAIR - DYK
Wm. A. Batohelor'i Hair Pftl ; '
Ihs Original U( tat'h till TTorid.
All ethers an mr unluttons, and should be avoided
foa wish toteoap ridicui.
nnaw ....,. . .
".V":li.v' oiI ur i-aB"f.
ma'na BtM1 Bww ' " Nry to
,a. mitma. I a . . 1 ,,
-.Ta-nu-
MSDAL. AaVD. DIPLOMA! bav, be.
appuiauioiii nav oeea man
mou "J
t th. IUlr of bis patroD
WM. A. BAIOHELOR'S BAlU DTE prof boh . sol
. 'i -, Tl ll.VT ? h rkat
to Nui to ftd kurt, however tobg it may b,
.and th. ill effect. .( Bad Dn. remeAied: the Hair
larinnM fc. Ufa h. tht. .l..a.a -..'.
-rM.u a..
Sold In all dtlea and town. m.. rr-ia a-.
. . : -
vnm WN,0 . . r.- . 1 1
ILTiie uen a in. aaa tbe name and eddra. ,,,,,.1
side of auh ka. ar wri.t t ah
BATCHELOR, AUtws. " . " r-T"
Goods.":
TI7AKK ANTED FA8HIO-
." abtrt Bosoms
Plain and Wmmmm,
Bhlrting and Boeom Llnene. T-: -i
i- xiiiaen HheeUng. and Pillow Oealnaa.,;
. .. Linen CarnlTlceand Long Lawn..
.mil,' w WB,TOL"-aw-f,Bllslsa,.
..i- Jai . . . -LIaTo-.lllg,4iiUD
a. i , I In.. M.nkln. ... It',,. I ,
Linen Table Cloth, and Batln baraJb.' '.
ui I. Linen Tow.1. with colored border., i
. ' Llnon Blair Ooverlnn and Oaaak.
-':' .fraleattaw-to-i..
upon
ta
IB
i
n
a-uwin-
i .
W.
.,
streaL
.tirtLtfl r-' 1;
u. aaraaeC :
ry.,zrac25.jiLt:s5
uns
I0.9U
. .. . . in
from the Hew York OtaNrm.i
Ilgedtopay Mr. Uwt . tu.at. m
and are a.lO aoaanallaJ aMniiai Wat,
oath, a. to thenanb.,ild7hh.."L
eot. fro. thU relUbU . 4 1
following ftaUitice Of the auealnaa , LzLZ irSS
lbSK. thaM a .m. . f""" fear
I. M. Blngw x Oo
wrnrar nakar......
W.. m...
tho .f rotwco.pj'" ""
Awaroea tne blghaet premlme-at the
United State fain, of 1858. laJalnd ISW)
Ohio State kaire of HHttjil IBM.
andat .U the CoVala lu-.
Our nrleea. at it,, i... a.o.
forced anon tbe mark.1. aw
Tho WUIEI.au a, miu u.
la iuu on .,it?!kTh.'M.,0 "ed. It
eAa.no Ma aar "if no-Mgoo,
liven In thel, .a, trttLmST' " UutrvMoK
vnaitx.bl Hh et.,0ol.b.i,0;
STONE'S BAZAAR.
No. 4 Gwwinn "RTL.
.AWVAA..
A. P. ST0NF& O'DARRA
thU market. Th South, toconwouiw 10
of tb grain erop, hai .ot bB ah I. ik. 'H1'0'
UlquuUty of Seb goSi .ITttJ'LtZ ST.
Imuorum ta aril h.V IUI "ed tb
every department rof uoompnu to
B-I-.KUANTDRES9 8ILK3.
vaavmnn v ClaUUKa
BROCHE VALENCIA3,
PRINTED MERINOS. '
PRINTED COBURGS,
BLACK ALPACAS, DYED C0BUGS;
. ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
aght in One Day,
LADIES FURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Men's, Ladle and Children's Under Shirt, and n .
er.ry mak,. uottoaOlove
' a, an I
tieafof Plet uwta,eat of " he nsual varie-
LADIES' CLOTHS.
CASSIMERE3,
OVERCOATINGS,
Ti ar n r .
FLANNELS, 1 " tcus,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS.
Ladies and Gent's Linen CambriA w..
' kerchieft, do., do.
To persons who eall nun Blada. ..
them th kmaL ht 0,r
docl-Oljgta.u,. STONE a O'BARRA.
NEW ARRIVALS
Off
Spring &. Sunimer,, Millinery.
Tha Stoolc Rapleuilahejrl
.DAILY
mom latest inpoRTiTi.... .
NE W Y0RKt.
' ' MT STOCK 0T ' . ' ?.
Spring &, Suzniner Millinery
',,"n,,orUl,,tcf btxad.rles, Boaiery
fj. U Mnll- P" taZ
.-. .. no may favor aa with a ball. Tke
foods hav. been bought.t Panic pries, m4 will bsW
at a bbu advaao oa ooat. '
V-MILLIHEBY
Mi M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City.
superintend th Millinery DecartmaiiL ' n i...
eiperi.nc In tb most fashloaahl Isbvhllanmeat la
Woadway will alone b a warraary that ak will be abl.
flv eatln satUlketna ta aaUera af nut. a. .n w.
tavor her with their erdere.
Th Ladies ot Columbus and vtdnlt will '1'iLL'
oeptsayslnoer thanks for thalr Ilk.-.! .J.T7. .
would reapsctfally icuclt a eoaunuaae. of Oiesaa.
It H. WARE. ' "
esEastTawrn St., Celaaugi, .
E. M. WILLIAMS & PA '
front Street, Between 8tate and Town.
wa aiuii mail log, (na uthoark C
her running gears, she ie etlll tarn-J
BUGOIES. 0ARRIA0.8, EXPRESS lllinl
BDcBS aaof litotlpr a'aSMAanaliaSl!
thrOMh tt Boath M4 Wt. ,"?Uu
tZ'rf'rtkT" "aaataary't. ,y thing 'i,
l-gard ta tb quality r Mr Wnrk' w. ."Vr.
fo -Ho,BWoA;
DeaiereeaB karnmuki
awp for bow work. - . .
iLrReoairln. Anna ..a . . .. .
Z. . . " enon aooe. ra
JoZohiJilT Wl"" 8 ' T... etmla, CUbh
iui a C0f,mu,"ctl0M raoetv prompt atum'tio..
arcaNB ohittenocn, . agar . cHrrrsaDs.
8. A H.T. CHITTENCPW
:t r.
City.
J, ,!, j ATT0BNE7I AT LAW, .
XL7 OAeee, BnaAwar ju. . v.
a . .
BonaUMt, uclaabaStOkUK . '
iilrOarerul itlaatjoa paid toC.lUctioai. ,
.aprilftdta ...... . . . '"' '
an
EAGLE .BRASS WORKS,
Caraar Eprlaa; dt Watar lu,, x
Oolumbua, Olalo.
B. POTT3 a ao
tulax. oiiiirxoTi?a.
,lT'sa? ,f s," caiiMB outug,
. riultwd araa Work of all DeacrlpUunl.
tlecW Flating , and 1 Gildias ! !
oTENCIL CUTTINC, tC. '

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