OCR Interpretation


Daily Ohio statesman. (Columbus, Ohio) 1855-1870, August 20, 1861, Image 1

Image and text provided by Ohio Historical Society, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84028645/1861-08-20/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

1T0L; VIIL.NO. Cl.
1 ' I 1 1 -i. T. f TW k , , rr. g - W.r.llIPtf
NEW SEBIES.
COLUMBUS.
OHIO, TUESDAY I0BNING. AUG. 20,
1861.
I
VI 1
IIZ S0LIAS3 PZ3 YZ12,
DAILY, Tfil-WEEKLYABD WEEKLY
MAN YPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) BB AND PBOPBJI TOBS.
" . t
CT OfflM Sot. 86, 81 aad 40, Vorth High It
, TEBMS IMVABIABLT IM ADVAIfCB,. ' ,' .
tottj - - . 1 $8 00 peryear
" By the Carrltr, per week, 18)$ eenti.
M-Weekly , . 8 00 pr tow,
Weekly, : j 00 '
crum ot AdTerlimng by iUe Square.
neeqtuie iyeai...B'4) (10
Onetquart 3 weeks.. 8 Ot
One " 9 mki.. a im
Ont " U luoi.the IH 00
One
: Doe
0ns
Dot
0 monttii IS 00
One 1 mk... 1 75
3 monthf 10 00
1 month 8 0U
1 month. S 00
One . JdiTin', 1 00
One-," B day... 7J
One "1 Insertion SO
Displayed adwrtltimeott half more than the abort
fltM.
Advertisements leaded and' placed la the column of
sueciai nouoes, uouom IM orrUnary raltt.
All notice requtrea to be published tiy U, legal rate.
If ordered on the inside exclusively after the flnt week
per cent, more Uian the above ratei; but all such wll
piear In the Trl-VYeekly without charge.
Businrs Cards, not exceeding five lluee, per rear. In
1 le, 'J 50 per line; outside
Notices of meeting, churl tablet octettes, lire oompanlea
to., half price.
All trantitnt aittrtUnumlt mutt bt paid for in
t lriuu fie rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, name price ai the Daily, where th ad vertlaer
oi the Wockly alone. Where lie Daily and Weekly
tre both need, then the ehargt tor tht Weekly will be
Gulf the ratci of the Dally
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A. B. SIMXDSS,
Attorney at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Omot-Aiubo Bnlldlng, oppoelte Capitol Square. '
OOLDMBUB, OHIO;
OS230rtKiTiaf
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO.
Machine Manufacturing Company
V- f ioat) ooo ot ou oosot iVlH
MANUTACTUHIII OF S
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Castings, Mlll-Gearlng, Machinery
ALS0J " ,
TLa.llvoa.cL Worls,
or Bvsar DiscurrioH. .
cotrnnus, omu. j
OBAB. AMB08, Sup't P. AMB08, Treat. '
deoll. 1BSB-M '
1861.
1861. Summer Arrangement.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connoctlog at Cretllina with the PirTSUORQU, ft.
WAYNR k. CDICAaO RAILROAD
for PUttburgh, rkilaiUlphia and SaUimort. Alio
for Fort Wayne and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the IiAKI gnoill BAIL
ROAD .
rr Dunkirk, llnfrula. Albany, ltoa
ton, and Kv
THREE TRAINS DAILY, '
KXCBPX SUNDAY,
from Colnmbue, la eonuectlon with Tralna en the '
litti.f: mi Ami jtnu colujibuj
. ANDXtMA KAHKUAU,
flBST 1BAIN.
NI011T EXPBK38. Leave! Colnmbuiat3.40 A,M ;
Will leave pauengera at all atatloua aouth of Gallon,
atop at Delaeare, A.hley. Cardlngton and Oiltad, and
at aH atationi north of Oalion, arriving at Cleveland
at 9:00 A. M., DnnklrkS:00 P. H., Buffalo 4:UP. M.
Albany S.U A. M., New VoiT 135 A. M., Boeton 2:30
P. M , PltUburnu via Creatline 3:30 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. 11. Chicago via Creeiltna at 7:00 P. ii.
SECOND IBA1N. .
NEW TOBK EXPRESS Leave Columbui at 11:10
a.m. Will atop at Lewi. Centre, (for Whit Sulphur
Springe), Delaware, Cardington, Oalion, Oretllne,tUil
by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:33 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m. Buf
falo, JU:;a p. m ; AUmay, M:45a. m.j NewYoik, M5
h H. rtratnn A-A1 IPkt. N, - . . . ,
-" "... vvv.vu, -a.w p. u. iu iniOVgnDKHMOMI-
by for Bandu.ky, and at QJaftoo for Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 0:40 p. m.
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave Columbu
at 8.30 p. m. Will atop at all atation Bouth of
Bhelliy, and at New London, vTellington, flrafton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at 8:30 p. m.; Dun
kirk, S:00a. m.; Buffalo, 3:2t)a. m.j Albany, S :20 p.m.;
NewYork, 7:30 p. m.i Boaton, ll.O p. m.j Pktaburgn.
WaOre.Ulne.at 11:55 p. m.; Philadelphia, LOO p.m.,
Chicago, cfo Cicitlioe, 0:4j a. m. Ih.a Train cunneota
at ehtlby for Sandutky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8.56 p. m. , . , ,. , t T .,
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all
Kight Trains to Chicago, Hew P
' ; York and Boston. ' : ' '!
JBanao ChtcJcfd Troug to Kmo York and Batton
via CUrriand; alto, to PMladHphia and L
Xm lork-oi OruUtnt. - y '
, ,. RETURN IF G.S
Might Bxpreia arrive atOolnmbaa at.. .11:1 P. M.
Clneianatl kipnt.t arrive at Columbu at 10:50 A. M.
. Accommodation kxpraa wrlvei at Columbu at 7;30
J?JLS " "ow by any otnef Honte.
f" TicluU ti Creatine or CUvdand. 'p
E. I, JfLINT, " ! '
- .: : " Buperistendent, Olaveland, Ohio. '
JAMBS PATTERSON, Agent, I
- , . , ., Columbu, Ohio.
Colnmbna, Jus 17, J6GI. ,
i f i i
tttr
Jnit Beeelrsd!
100-
nF. CII GREEN and IH.APK
1 T1.A8 100 hastDrim Rio Oonee.
ISOpoclreUoMlDuteh Aoreramaot Java Coffee, i
15 baga Ceylon Coffee.-.., - - ., I .
lOflbbli. itandard WbiM Bngari, eonilitlng of PdV
- dred, Okruahed, Granulated A and B Coffee, 1,
BO qnlntala Qeorge Bank Oodflsh. ' , J-
SObbl. Mm and No, lalaokoitl. . .--r.:,,l
A tea. Pick Salmon. . . , '
100 bx. Layer Kaiaina. r' '
COhf. boxdo ,.do 7; . j , ,. . ct f,' '
100 qr. boa do da . v 1 i
10O M Olgan, different braadi and kradet; '
ot. -.1 . n ...,;,; Y.l r..) WM. AtcDONALD. .
Mi
C LILLEY ,.,.( i-
33XJJXUX.
, And, Blank-Book Iff annrantnrer, f .
VOKTH KtaH JtBEEt, COtTJUBTS, OHIO
rll-dly k- .4 .i . ,t,,., .' .". ,
DELAiwrs,' .7."." ''" j
RECK' lKi. iM:.4t:K.M j.xi -v-.;: i
.,u.top.n4b,rN,v,!(; . J.
, aprTO TTt N Jfj touth High etreet
i A HEW OOF.BWirvfJ,.j.l'iri.
' " ' 'Ko(rt, SOUTH HUB STRUT.
' nve lurt recelveil a new make of HOOP'iltniTB
BDlalted In a manner far superior to any yet lntrodued
,avht.t
'
He,-.
WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
ThmIatestHie largest-Tlxo Best,
The Cheapest BeeaoM the Best,
" moat H-liaaja t4UtAajrd An-
tbority of ttt Enf Halt Lnrmf-"
Blm Bundrti Bmnmt Kdwmtort of Ohio,
"TIH BEST NOLIBB DICTIONARY EXTANT."
LUtrary Jilt Xptrywhtrt.
''Hei are upward of a Hundred Tbouaad Word,
whoae multlfariou meaning and derivation, together
with their correct pllln(, and pronunelaUon at eleaxly
et before the eye.''. . , , . , .. ...
' ' - ObutnnaU OmmtreiaU
Btad tin DteUUm of tho tfmbw ofthi OUo StaU
...... . 7acAr' Auooiation.
The ttnripralrm.jl v ni,i.
iaaoclatloa, adopt and aim ton In taaehlnw. wrlUna
and (peaking, tb orthography and pronunolatloa
WorceeUr' Royal Quarto Dletlonarr. and wa moat
of
oor-
diallr leeommend it mm tha mn( rall.KU .tanrf.nl .a.
thorlty of the EnglUI, language, aa It U now written and
Loam AnDtrwi, Pfeeldenl Kenyon College.
M. D.Laaorrr, Buporintendent Zanerrll I School.
Tho. w. Uaavn, Sup't Haaellon Union School.
Iff- W. fli.... a I . TW. .11. a a . .
JohiiLtbcb, Sup Public School, Oirelevllle.
B- N. SaawoaD, Principal. 0 tertian femalt Bern In-
Wat. Hireereu. Unn ), Uixk art. Thin
JoHit OunaR, Principal Stat Borate! School, Minn-
tota. . ' : i
Oraoi rTatoa, Principal fourth latamedlaU School,
v uuuilktll.l t , i
H. B. UaitTM, Bap't Canton Colon School. - Z
Sown BBuat, Principal MoNealy Normal School.
Eu T. Tappam, Prof. Mathematical, OhU Unlvonlty.
Wn. W. KawABD. Sup't Troy Union School.
A. 0. HorsiRi, Principal Wert Digs. School, Oleve
land.
8. A. Norton, Atnciatt Principal High School, Oltrt
laaoaoaa Btuum, prl&elnal High School, Olert
land. . ' ;
B. f. Btmiarow, Principal Cleveland Tn-Htnt.
J. A. OaarutLB, Preaident of Xlectie Inatltutt, HI'
ram. j
W. L. Haaan, Prof, of Obtaaiitry, Ohio Weeleyan
TJnlvenity.
H. H. Baairrr, Ix Ceamlartoner of Common BchooU,
VU1V.
JiitrjMoKnoa, prof. Rhetorle, Oberlln College
. Tnoa. Dou Prealdent Antioeh Oollere.
0. W. U. OaTaoiftT, Prof. aUthrmatlc, High
bcuooi, xavion.
8. 0. OaoartAOaa, Prof. Language, High School,
Dayton,.
. 8. M. BAaatauBup't Union Bchoola, Aehlaod.
itor than Sim Bundrti otlior PretUtnU of OolU
Oti, Proftttort, Author and JMtUnguithtd Siutar
wr, nam maorttt hi atott tmumml.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Mamhta OoLLana "It I trail' a manlneent work.
an honor to tht author, the publlhri,and thtwlfble
ouuiiy.- rrenaeni anom,
'Ohio Wam.tTAji TJurvaurrT .-"It exceed my expecta
tion. It will be my guide in orthography and pronun
ciation, end will often bt eonnlted by mt for iti neat
ana accurate definition." Prealdent Thompwn.
W. B. Botaxmo Coixaoa-"Heruf or wt havtaaed
Webter'l orthoeranhr. at a . recent meetlna of our
Paculty.lt wa decided w ehaag it U conform to that
of WoroaaUt' Beyal Quail Dictionary." Praaldeot
oarueiav - . ..
Warn Rimvt Coixao "I find It worthy of
voruuu appro oauon . " r reeiaent uitcncocx
OataLia Ooluoc "It mora than meet my expecta
tion, a recommend It a tht (tandard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." Prealdent
norgau.
' Ann oca Outlaw. "I adopt and aba to u In leach
lug, writing and (peaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation or, noroeaier aoyai uaaru Aicuonary.'
rreaiaeni uui. . ,. in,
"In all my writing, aptaklng, and teaching, I hare en
dearored to conform to the rule for orthography and
pronunciation a oontaioM in woroeater uiouonarv.
Hone Mann, late Preetdent.
Kiktor Ootuaa, Oahftib moiteordialry reoom.
mond It a tht moat reliable itandard authority of the
cogiiia unguage u II a now written and tpoaen."
rieaioeni Andrew
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO
from Bvt. Anton AnyfA, Cbwwtttatfoner of Common
SX1UXH tn VMO.K
"Tht Dictionary I an lmperlahablt monument to the
learning and induatnrof it author, and an honor to tht
worm oi letter, xnt meenanteai execution a rar rape-
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted." . . . ..
from Hon. U. a. Barnty. Eto-Committtoner of
asnoou m veie.
"The mott reliable (tandard authority of the lan
guage." ' . - i
wSat tn
Leadina Newtpaper of Ohio Bay.
Iromth Otindand Btrald of March b.
Th orthography of tht Woroeater Dictionary it that
uted by moat, it not all, author of distinction In this
country and England, and conform! to th gtntral uaag
of ordinary writer anaaptaaer.
Whatever prejudice may have axbted prtvloutly, a
oareful study of ibia volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of It great merit, and a deotre
to add It to the well elected library, be It large or small,
It la a library inlWelf, and will remain an Imperisha
ble record of the learning of III compiler.
from th Cincinnati Oomtntrtiat of April SO.
Here art upward of a hundred thoaaasd word good,
bad and Indifferent whoet mnlUfarwut meaning and
derivation a, together with their correal spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before tht eye. Tht work 1
unquestionably tht grtttteat Thesaurus of Englih Word
tver published. .. f-
IromthtOlntland PlaindeaUr of Sept. 80, 18C0.
Evidently Weaoavraa'i Botal Qoakt DicnoKiar U
not only titlatt, butthtmmnwrk of tkt kind frit
tiMrf.andoan by no pomiblllty tuOcrby comparison or
controveny.
from titTUtdoMadtof MaySt. ' '
A to raoaonoiAiToii, Woacenrna tb Standard
followed by our beet author; In dtflnltion bt leave
nothing to be desired, aad in Oatwooraphy It I sufficient
to ay that Woacawram can bt aalely followed.
INOFIARI 4e BRAGG,
Pnbllahera, Baokaellera ot Statianera,
NO. 19. SUPERIOR ST., OLETELAND, OHIO,
maid
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
UEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
KTo-ccarirls., 3S. T. .
DlTldend Jannaryju 180148 Par Cent.
ASBBTS.. .J12M SO.
. StatemtjiaS Jannarr 1 18l .
Balaoce, per statement Jan. lit, 1860 13,406,50 30
Beoelred for Premiumi dur- . .
Ing the year 10.. ........ 7B3,033 53 ' 1
Becelved for Interest during - ' ' '
. tht yar 1B30 ..... 8U,U 19 .
'Total recelpti for 1860. ... 1977,007 It "
Paid Claims by Death,aj7,050 00 . ' ... '
Paid Pelioiet surren- . : ..', :
aered 41,111 M , .
Paid Salarie, Po.t- '
agt, Taxe, Ix- (. .'
ehauge.eto. ...... 31,620 64 . ' , .
Paid Oommlasloni to
Agent. ..( 81,355 30
Paid Physlciana' fee. S.OOS 75 .
Eald Annuities .J.517 00 . .
Paid Dlrideeid dur- -,
ing tht jear ......160,300 75 963,091 63 411,978 14
r '0 ..vi, ' .1. i ... i ' i
.Net Balanot Jantary Ut. 1801 J,8U,558 50
..,1 .. a -..,!,..., ASSETS. ' ...... . .
Oaehon htnd.. ........... 86,628419
Bonds and Mortgage on Real ' ' 1 "
Betaes, Worth double tht " '
amount loaned.. (,J97Ba jg - . j
Premium Mote. d Polieie .... . 4
in foree, only drawtag 6 par ' ;
tent. Interval..... 1,879,864 17
Real Batata 90, Ma 17 '
Loanea Strip, m w. g,a31 44
Prmluaa,MoteandOaahvk .
. court of tranamisalon..M 43,34173
' 1 Total Aebi..i'.... S3,81S5I 90
7,5T5 Pollolt la font, lnurIng......ti,4e88S
, 1,439 new Pollchit hart been Iteued ditrlng tha year,
. After a aartfnl calonlatloa of tha p remit value of tht
outstanding Policial of tht Company, and having tht
wiry amount m reserve io rarer, taa JUlreetor
tec tared a Divrao of 45 par not. tn tha Prenl-
un paid at lb tab la rata, to all pelloJes for Ufe la force,
imuea prior to January 1, unu,
, payabl acoordtcg to th
preeenl rnia of tn vompany.
lUeMts alt kiadeef Lit Oeattnitaal. Proaoeet-
aeea,BtaUmnbvaad Aptliaatlon, will bo furnished
without charsb, at tht omot tr Ageacle of tha Com-
panyiK' j w.. . ,'. . ' 1 ,
t J iv. , , ROBT. I. PATCTRSOIT, President. '
' J ; 0. flBOTBR, Viea President, j ,
BlNi. 0. MILLIR, Beeratary! - . ' '
. v,h. .' w U. U WKCBOIT, AfttU, . .'
'fV 'Xt -ia, Jf-:. emi10 '.ohnon Block, '
, Arareh8,1801. " Columbia, 0.
PI 1 A IN AND riGCUrn BLACK
... DHBSB SILKS, of tverr gradt. Tha most lot
aasortaaeci la Ih tity, aad at otrsenablt rate. ,
V . -j,- ,"m ..) 1 ...... . BAIN t ftOHT. ti
1
apnUi , .... , , , B8 Statb High ttrtttt
l-j.,-., ,-0, .M ,r.u-rf ,.. ,j .,, . ,w ;
a:tu ''.V'mmV,! .
'.'..,
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alitrativt that can be made. It is
s concentrated extract of Pant Sarsaparilla,
10 combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power aa to afford an effec
tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. ' It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove 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 cases to be found of the following
complaints :
scrotcla and scrofulous complaints,
Ebvptions and Eruptive Disease, Ulcers,
Pimples, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Hueum,
Scald IIead, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Mercurial Disbasb, Dropst, Neu
ralgia or T10 Douloureux, Debility, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Rose
or St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising -frrrn Impurity or
the Blood.
This compound will Mrtiund a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel tho foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through tho natural channels of tho 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 you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keep tht
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egrcgiously 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,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of theso have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla. but often no curative nroncrtioa whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of tho various extracts of
SarsapRrilla which flood the market, until the
namo 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
namo from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. ' And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which aro irresistible
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend,
ed to cure. In Order"to secure their complete
eradication from the system, tho remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
tho bottle. .
' PREPARED BT
DR. J. C. AYEIt tV CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, $lperBottltt Six Uottlea for $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itstlf mcli a renown for tho cure of
every variety of Thiout and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for u to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherorer it has been em
ployed. - As it ha long been in constant use
throughout this lertion, we need not do more than
assure tht people its nunlity i kept up to tho best
it ever has been, and that it fnny be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
ron TUB cu us or
Costiteness, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Slomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Pile, Rhtumatism, Eruptions and S;in Diseases,
Liver Complaint,' Dropsy, Tetter, Tumor and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, ai a
Dinner Pitt, and fur Purifying tht Blood.
' They are sugar-coated, o that the most sensi
tive can take them pleannntlv, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic.
Price 26 cents per Eox ; rive boxes for $1.00.
Great numlicrs of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personage, hnro lent their
names to certify tho unparalleled usefulness ofthrae
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
fnsertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish grati our American Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off bv unnrincinled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's. and tako no others. The nick
want the best aid thcro is for them, and they should
nave it.
All our remedierare for salt by
ROBERTS SAlftTEL. Oolnmbna.
And bv Druggist: and Dealers everywhere.
now:uu,iww
CANADIAN 4 UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AND aVKOITI ,&
LONDONDERRY, - GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebeo,
" find
N"33Vw7
Tht Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first -elsss
ill-powered Clyde-built 8 teamen nil every Mat
nrday from PORTLAND, carrying tht Canadian and
United State Mall and paaatnger,
. HORWEOIAN, NORTH AMI RIO AN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
V NORTH BRITON, , HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, , ' NOVA SCOTIAN. '
Mhortaat, Ctieapeat andQnlckcetCan
1 veyaace arvaa
AKEBICA TO AIL PASTS OP XTOOPE.
Kate ot FatMraira to Ehircrpe,
v.. e30,ea.e80.
Will tail (ram LIVERPOOL every Wednetday,
and from QUEBBO every Saturday, tailing at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mail and
Passenger, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
lLrJtne Bteaman art tmlll of Iron, in watef tbrbt
compartments, carry each an experienced Bargetn, and
vary attenooa is paM to tn eomrort and tcoommo
tton of paasenger. A they proceed direct to LONDON-
DKKX, we great Max ana oalej of tailing at Bt. John'
1 avoided.
Glasgow paawngeraart famished with ran panagt
ticket to and from Londonderry.
Return tickets granted at reduced rate. ' 1 ' ' .
Certificate! tatued for tarrying to and bringing out pat-
aenger from all tht principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rate, by thl lint of steamers, and
by Ihf WASHINGTON LINE Of BAILING PAOKAIS,
leaving Liverpool every wesk. ...
Slg-ht Draft far and aawarda nay.
able 1st Kaarland, Ireland Scat- , .
land ar Wale. -
- YVr oaasar, apply at tht Offlo. es BHOAD.
WAli New York, aad 10 WaTKH X.,
Liverpool, -
' SABEl, ft BZASLI, Chwaral if eats, "
Or to-V ; R. ARMSTRONG,
, DolO-lrdAw- . , ., Pot Offlot, Columbu. Ohio.
Co-Partnership.
IlfAVK THIS) DAT ADMITTED Mf
on JAMES ADOM BAIN a partner la my bad
no, which will led after b eondaeled wndr th firm
of Bain a Son. p. BAIN. 89 Month Huh 8U
Columbu, Isb IS. 1861. .. feblfi
(Uto ef Phalort BstablUhmtot. K. Pnprltrore
. the New York fashionable ak.vfn.. n.l. DutMr.
Sliaaaueoirfiiir. Ourllne and DMn. lui au
Itmt, aver tht Poat Omot, where taUtfiotkm will
- ha givee- la ail. the various branahea. Ladlat and
f .J7!?n'' d0Bllf the btttstf it, .
Il-41f
r'-i
Aycr's SarsaDarilla
i f
'i Tit
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Daytoh ft IndlanapolisI
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars
and bui One Change of Cars between l
Columbus and St. Louis. '
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
FIRST TRAIN. ,
ACCOMMODATION at S a. m.. atnualnr at all its.
ttona between Columbu and Cincinnati and Davton. ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10 OS a. m., and at Dayton at
8, 10 a.m., connecting at Daton for Indianapolis aad
hum rresi.
SECOND TRAIN. .
No. 1 XXPBEBB at Jl.40a.rn., stopplngatJefffrsoo,
London, Obarleaton. Otdarvllla. XeniA. Murine Vallrv.
Corwln. f reeDort. Vort Ancient, afnrrnw St.. TjihAnon.
Poster's, Loveland and Milford, arriving at Cincinnati
aie.wp. m.,vaytonatx.43p. m.,onneeUorwitk the
Obit aad Mississippi Railroad for Leuitvil), U.J., Via
ctnnea. Cairo, Bt. Lonis, New Orlean, eto.: at Dayton
or Aooianapon, i.aiayette, lerre Haute, Chicago and
all Western point.
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL at 9.10 p. m , stopping at all atationi between
Columbu and Xenia, and at Spring Valley, Corwln,
Morrow and Loveland, arriving at Cincinnati at S a. m.
FOURTH TRAIN.
NIGHT EXPRE33, via Dayton, at 13 00 midnigu?,
topping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Hiddletowo and
Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at S.SS a. m. : at Day
ton at S.SS a. m.; connecting at Cincinnati with the
unio aua aiississippi luuroad lor Louisville, vansvllle,
Vlnornnee, Cairo, Bt. Louis. Memphis, New Orlean,
and all point Bouth and Booth-west; also, at Daytoa
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, tto.
JI7 Pot further Information and Through Ticket,
appiy ra m. ai. Duiifctt.ii, TickstAgenl, Union Depot,
Columbu.
P. W. BTRADER.
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JNO. W. D0UERT7,
Agent, Columbus,
B. W. WOODWARD,
- Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Columbu, July 14, 1801
EAST. CENTRAL OHIO
AND
Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
CONNECTING AT BELLAIBB WITH TIIR
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTSDUROn WITH THE
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
EAILROAD:
. P0RM1N0 Tn
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities !,
Trains Leave Columbus as follows v
MORNING EXPRESS
Leave Columbu 3.30 A. H. from Union Depot, via
neiiatre or nieunenvine : arrive at Bellalre, iu.au A
M.: Btenbenvllle, 13. SO P. M.: PltUbnnzh. 3.40 P. M.
Marrisbunr, 1.10 A. M.i via Atttntoum. arriveeat New
York 8.00 A. U.J via Philadelphia, arrive at Pblla-J
ueipnia, o.iu a. m.; new xora, JO. jo a. n. uonnecu
alto at Liarrlaborg for Baltimore, arrivingat 7.45 A. M
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Proin Columbu, run directly through to Bellalre or
Pittaburgh without change; and Paawngers via Allen
town arrive in New Tork at 8 A. II.,
ICFTWO H0UR8 IN ADVANCE OP NORTHERN
LINKS.
This Train also connects at Bellalre with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
PITTSBURGH EXPRESS.
Leaves Oolumbua 11 23 A M , from Union Depot, via
Steubenville; arrive at Newark, IS 50 P. M.; Coshoc
ton, S. IS P. M.; Steubenville, 6 P. 11.; Pittsburg, 8.40
P. M. irprhi la the only rente by which Paasenrera
can lrave Cincinnati at 7 A. M., go through to Pitts
burgh In daylight, without change of car or delay.
FAST LINK.
Leave Oolumbua 3.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Bellalre: arrive at Newark, 3 33 P. M.J ZanarvUle,
4 33 P. M.; Bellalre.7 .55 P. M.: Pittsbnreh. 11.25 P.
M.; Harrlsburg, 0.00 A. M.; via AUtntovm, arrives
at New York, 4 P. M.; eia Philadelphia, arrives
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M.; New York, 0 P. M, This
Train also connect at Harrlsburg tor Baltimore, ar
riving a. jr. m. .
This Train runs throueh to Bellalre or Pittsburg with
out chancre of Can: anil fi-nm Pilt.hnw lhM la nn
change of Car to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
new iork urns offering . ,
The only Route from Columbus to Bsltimoro,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only ?
one change of Cars.
By thl Train Passenger arrive In New Yoik five
hour in advance of thl Northern lines.
This Train also connects at Bellalre with the Baltimore
and Ohio K.R. . .
UTThls Route Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
and'tnore than 100 miles shorter to
New York, than Northern Lines.
Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant Points East. ,.
ABK f OR TICKETS TIA
BELLAIRE OR STEUBENVILLE.
Tlckota Good aver either Icoute.
JNO. W. BROWN,
Gen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R.
I. A. HUTCHINSON,
Otn. Ticket Agent Bteubturlllt Short Line. '
,elS
77ixiiara. j5l ca-111
oi4rjniJC8t oino, -.
AGRICUWMALWAREIIpUSB
And Seed Stored , ' ,
' ' DEALEE IW : r
GENERAL HARDWARE,
MAILb.OLABS, BABH, PUTTT,ORDAai, .
Oast, Platele, Wood Willow Ware,
ther and Rubber Belting, I toe Leather, Boat 'and
king. ,:.- tbl-dly ,
GENTLEHIEIIM FrjUNtSULNta
GOODS). . . . , ,
Noveltiea in Neck Tit and Scarfs. ' " ' , '
" Byron and Garrot Collar. '
" M Embroidered Pocket Handkerchief. -.
Paris Kid Glovae, uprlor make. . , , . 5. ,
Golden Hill Shirt, various style. , . . .
Boy' OoWen Hill Shirt, do . tl n ' ' ,
' ' Driving end Street elovet, do ' .t 1 r.'t'.
Hmmed Pocket Handkerehlef. various stylA t .
Half Hon and Under German!, .
BAlN A BON; i
apfiU - '.' .', No. 99 South High street.
something; NEW,
HOWARD &-OQ1B.
AMERICAN WATCHES.'-; ;
CALIi AT NO. 83, SOUTH UIGH ST.,
and tzamlnt our new make of ., . - ( '
AMERICAN WATCHES,
tMaunwtured by B. HOWARD CO ', BoetonT Mas.
These Watchea are far laperlt to anything ever offered
to tb publia, heretofore. Having th alulvt ueney,
I oau ll them at prieea to suit th tlmei. I bar lost
received a large ttock of ( . . .
'ri,.; ", AMERICAN WATCIUES,' .'
maaufaotand by AIPLEION, TBA07, at 00 awe, a
fJOl itWlTrtlMQt Of t " a' ,'r iif1 l;f
ElfOLISU AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Sold ana Blrvtr Catts, at Panlt prtct.
W.J.
BATAOl.-)
TIBXS.
jVjP"er... .'.fSOO
Tri weekly, per tar . I.'Joo
weekly, peryeat 1 OS
[From the St. Louis Democrat.]
FURTHER ABOUT THE GREAT
BATTLE.
The Wounded Arriving at Springfield
—Gen. Sigel Assuming Command
—What will the Government
do?
ST. LOUIS, August 15, 1861.
My account of the great battle published this
morDloar. beios necaaaarll I
garde the lntereatiog details oonoeoted there
with, I take this, the first opportunity, to sup
ply tbe deficiency.
first, lam fully satisfied from conversation
with Gen. Slgel and Col. Solomon, as well as
from mv OWn Observation, that tha aaatnrn di.
visiou did not make any attack until tbe roar of
rr- . . . . ...
ioii.cn ariuiery announced tntt lien. Ljon
was upon his ground. The battle then com
menced at aiz o'clock and tea minutes, and
lasted until eleveu Gen. Lyon having been
killed very soon after nl tie o'clock.
Twice durini the exhanatinir itnirritla. h
seeming mutual consent, tbe hostile armies
rested for nearly half an hour, after which tbe
um rageu wim increasea vipor.
ClDt. Manter behaved with nnnlna.a nrl
bravery.
lapt. Maurice was hotly engaged, and show
ed that be knew how to face the musio,
CtDt. Yates waa noted fur hi a.ll.nt ho...
ing upon the field. I met blm once, his face
covered with powder, and tbe blood running
from s alight scratch over tbe eje. He kept
tbe field until ordered away.
Capt. Stone was actively and nobly engaged
pressing the enemy bard, and bravely driving
him baok from bis position.
Captain Butke fought as only such men
will, wbile no lets than three bullets pass
ed through his olothes. Ooe, a spent ball,
struck bis leg, another passed through bis
blouse, and a third passed in and out of the
leg of his pants, without touching his body.
Captain Cole fought bravely, and had bis
left lower jaw shattered, bat with his usual
peraeveranoe, had his face patched up, and
was around the streets of Springfield iu the
evening.
Captain Miller, finding at one time late in
the day, that it Waa imnoiaihla tn arathar hla
company together, called in men who were
( . 1 . r a .
wuuout oiucers, ana made himself a very
respectable command, while many of his men
were Ivine bteedins? and dine nnnn tha
ground. .
Captain Richardson and both of his Lieuten
ants, Fish and John-on, were covered with pow
der aud dust. The latter waa once a prisoner
in tbe hands of the enemy, and lost bis aword,
but a plattoon under Lieutenant Fisb, gallaut
ly rushed to bis rescue, and the enemy knock
inir bim over with a inn. loft him fn, rio.J
and withdrew. Lieut. Johnson jumped up and
uiuuuicu a oareoaca muie, ana returned to our
lines.
Captain Cavender was undaunted, and after
severe fighting was wounded snd compelled to
retire.
Captain Gratz, the lamented officer who alone,
of all tbe Captains in tbe Missouri First, fell
dead upon tbe field, was In the thickest of the
fight. Ho fell within a few feet of where
Ganeral Lyon's horse was killed and Colonel
Andrews was wounded, and when I saw him Dr.
Cotnyn was doing everything in bis power to
save his lire.
Lieut. Brown was wounded when tbey encoun
tered the second regiment which was brought
against tbem, but I do not think his wound was
serious. I dismounted upon meeting him Mur
phy lifted him into the saddle and I assisted him
to a place of safety, he meanwhile cheering on
those whom he met.
Other Lieutenants and many privates doubt-
lfisa difltinonlahad thAmaalvaa knf Kjma .ota
O wu.uva.vD, w. WMVOV .bW
oame more particularly under my especial DO-
At 11 o'clock tho ambulances baviog bean
filled with our wounded were moved toward
tie city. The body of Geo. Lyon had been
plaoedla one of tbem, but without belog u
enrerpd nnnn. kn.v tbafc tha ,.m.ina aI
gallant hero of Booneville and Camp Jackson
were lying beneath that martial cloak, and It
waa nnfortnnatelv rsmornl in clva rl.ro in
thOSB who WHS wounded. It waa aftoraa.il.
obtained, and after beinw laid nut and AvaaumA
in a now uniform befitting bis rank, I looked
upon tne paie lace oi tne dead. An expression
of painful embarrassment was plainly depicted
UDon hia countenance annh an im.u.lnn I
had noticed he had worn for several days.
ua toe way to tne city 1 exchanged horses
with Cant. Cavander. that h ml.lit hi
easier ridins animal, and afterwarda n th.t
ooe up to a wounded soldier overtaken upon the
ivau.
Arriving at Snrinefield ahnnt th ra a'aIaaV In
the afternoon, a large number of wagons were
at once sent out to tbe field of battle, to bring
iu our wounaea, ana were Kept oust nntil long
after midnight, at which time tbe hospital bad
recoived about one hnndrad and tnt tha
Baily House had been turned into a reoeptacl
iur our wuuuueu, ana tne metnoatst trburch
bad also been filled, the latter two buildings
holdinc Drobablv two hnndrad and flfrv th
hundred. Dr. White wa busilr attendim? tha
Iowa, at tha Billv FTnnaa. hil n.a P..Hl
Davis, Smith, Melober, Cornyu and Schenck
wars busily eneaeed at different Dlaces in tha
city.
Colonel Andrews was slightly wounded when
I laat Saw him. hut waa aflarararrla oniinrlarf
again, and how aerional f am tin hist ifi aata
As soon as possible after reaohlng the city, a
uuuuuii wa uem, aua it was aecmea to move at
once toward Rolla. General Sieel now assum
ed command, and before davlicht on Sunday
morning tbe army, with a very long baggage
uaiu, uiuveu oui oi uie city, t ne reporters,
meanwhile, determined to posh through at once
tO St. LOUIS Without Waiting tn wltneaa tha an.
ticipated attaok of the enemy. On the road to
tioiia we passed scores of families moving away
from the vicinity of Springfield. Of course the
product of their farms will be taken for the sup
port of the rebel army.
, It now remains to be seen whether the Gov
ernment will recognise the necessity ot sending
trooos into the Southwest. 30,000 men should
at once be placed in Springfield, and McCulloch
and Prioe, with their traitorous minions, driven
from tha Stat before tha hava tlma In ..ru
from , tbe terrible shock given them by Gen.
tyon. tits niooa oeus aloud lor vengeance
upon the rebels. Open tm routes to the South
west and keen them eonstantl crowded with
troops. Protect the Union element of Spring
field, Mt. Vernon, Osark and Greenfield, and
tbey will furnish a dosen six months' regljieati
for tha United Statea aarviea. I.aava han
they are and yon will see the arms now in the
i i e i t - . , , . ,
uauua vi iiutua uuaroe taiea irom tnera, tne
enemy advaneiDH onon Tour oitv and thratnin
B.
Ordinances Passed by the Missouri
Convention.
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN AMENDMENTS
TO THE CONSTITUTION.
The people of the Stats of Missouri, by their
uicKi,va in vunvenuoo ataemoiea, do ordain
as follOWSt ,.: r, .. t
' Firtt Tbat the offices of Governor,. Lieuten
ant Governor, Secretary of State, and stemberi
of tbe General Assembly, be and the same are
hereby vacated. l , . , ..,-.. . , ,-.r ,
Second A Governor, Liauteaant Governor
and Secretary ot. Stale, shall bo appointed by
this Convention, to discharge the duties and et
ernise the powers whioh perwia to tbeir respect
ive offices by tbe. existing Uws of tbe State,
and to oontinue in ofBoe antil tbe first Monday
of November, 1861, and until their racoest ore
re elected and qualified, of uolil tbe qualified
voters at hereinafter provided disapprove tht
action of this Convention, rsivv. ,
TMrd Qo the Irs I Monday of November,
1861, a Governor,. Lieutenant-Governor and
vii:i tUthVl U MK4i .'l e..i 1 i itt .
... t -- lucuiuvm m mv uene-
AtSemblV. Ihall ha alantAA1 ha k. ...lia.a
voters of this State, to hold their office dorlne
tbe term for ahirh lha . i .
said offices were elected. , , . . ,
. TheeleoUons provided to .be held
by Ibis ordinaooe on the, first Monday . pf No-I
veiooer, icoi, ahaii be oondurted lu the same
manner in all i. u.a l ..
-r"---." uuw yiviiuni vy mm
election law. of tbie Stale sow fa force, and
Shall be he d l. tha r...v.a.A - .u.
Hate at tbe s,., placeain the election preoinote
I.ASSP aalnUlf.L J t i SV
T Tj i u5p' ' vbtt thd elaeUons
Were held r. nfs.... r. ,
v iQ.I , AT w auia vooveuuoB on
.h ii r ii. Ftb'auJ " to case any clerk
.... w ui.ae out, e proper poll books, or
in flaaa at,a ahA. A? .u.n a r . . r , '
,ai. WUIIITir UllHUS
the iUdce nf alanlinn .1 .1 .11.. -a
booka r-wsaiw maae out Buca poii
Flflk. In C1H lha nla.ba s. .L. t
courts, whose duty it is, aa now provided by
"-" "uu aeoo up to tne secretary of
State an ahatrartt nf tha i ' ... i.
1 , . .. ' a"u sit auca
election, shall fail to perform their duties In
pcul, ur in case mere ahould be a failure
to reaniveauch return at tha u.t r o
meul witaia twenty days after tbe first Monday
tr N...mk.. tort . i . n . n J
ii j. auua, ana oecretary of btate
all disnatch a nuuM... ,M
returned, with d pastinn. m atn .ul u
booka autborixed to bertuintd by the Judges of
v.u.iuu, Uu im oBcreutry ot Btate, In tne
presence of tbe Governor, aball proceed to cagt
up the votes given at such election, and shall
.uorcuuun proceea to issue commissions to tbe
candidates having the highest number of votes.
Sixth. D it further ordained, Tbat the to
turns of the election for Governor, Lieutenant
Governor, and Seeretar nf flt.ta r..nmiAA .
- J " wm.w, .UTIULU IWf
by this ordinance, shall be made to tbe office of
tbe Secretary of State as now provided by law;
and tbe Secretary of State, within forty days
after tbe first Monday of November, 1861; or
sooner if tbe return aball have been made,
shall, In the presence of the Governor, proceed
to cast up the votes given at said election for
uovernor, Lieutenant Governor, and Secretary
of State; and shall give to the persona having,
tbe highest number of votes for those offices re
spectively, certificates of their election: and the
nAvMna .I....J I , . , . . ....
r""" tueuwu bubu immediately thereafter
be qualified and enter upon tbe discharge of the
duties of their respective offices.
i o a-j : r .". ' - T """ ,WfwffHe
AN ORDINANCE CONCERNING THE REPEAL AND ABROGATION
CERTAIN LAWS AND FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WhESEAI. Thaftanaral Aaaamkl. a.f .k. a,..
or Missouri did, In secret session, contrary to
wwueu 01 meir costituents, in viola
tion of tbe Constltntion, and tha dearest rights
and intereata nf tha naArJa' ... !.
,. . : . - rwt"vl "uu V( iu, uuipuaw
of dissolving tbe political relations of this StaU
u ius uorerametii nr tna iinttaif ki.i.. anil
subverting the Institutions of this Btate, enact
certain odious lawa hereinafter annmaratad-
th,rfnr.
i'jrif. D U ordained by tht people of Mis-
wrawniiou amofd, mat an act en-
"u n aoi to pronae for tbe organization,
EOVemment and annnA.t ni tha Mtti.M
. fY. w. .u IUill.BtJ
?sri t 01 Miteoxul" sppfosd May 14,
auw., ...V, BU BC,, m create a sanitary rund lor
tha Ul.l. M,j.l.A . '
niHiieu -an act to raiae money to
arm tje State, renal tnvaaion anal it.
lives and property of tbe people of Mlsfoori,"
approved May 11th, 1861; also, an act entitled
.'. sct t0 sothorlze tbe appointment of one
Msfor-General for tha si; atnntvt Militia M m n
proved May 15th, 1861; also, a joint resolution
to suspend the apportionmeot of tbe State
ff1!001 jnoney for tbe year 1861, approved May
11th, 1861 ; also, an act entitled "An act to per
petuate lriendly relations with tho Indian
tribes,'! approved May 11th, 1861; be and the
sane are hereby repealed and declared of no
effect or validity whatever.
Second. That all SAnmloBiiViS man a A tm a rL
pointments made under tbe authority of the
uvv rcciua acta, ot any ot tbem, be ax.d tbe
Same are hareb annnlladt and all aMitiaaa al
other persons serving or employed under any of
said acta are hereby disbanded and discharged
urn .Hon service or employment.
7i4. And be it further ordained, Tbat for
.V- . . . . - .
iuo Durnuaa di nrrtvininr rn tha na.ni..tinn
of the militia or tbe 8tale, the following act,
to wit, aa act entitled "An act to govern and
regulate tha Tolnntaaa mlKli. n t ,u. a,A,A I,
a - - - - - h. in,., w . UV WWLI,
approved DeCembar .Hat. 1S.1Q. ha mH tha ..ma
is hereby revived and declared to be In full
... .uU mmv. A mo. the following Ordinance,
to wit: ,
AN ORDINANCE FOR SUBMITTING THE ACTION OF
THIS CONVENTION TO A VOTE OF THE PEOPLE OF
MISSOURI.
Be it ordained. That at' lha
to beheld on the first Mondsyof November,
IVVIt Uir aillfl IKfllinn n I aMAanAa R laeitanaal
' w w -aai wa WWTvtUV lilSHWUMt
UOVernO. tSaamtMr ftf flfafaa anrl .A.aw.kaaa At
w wemewi tuA AAA TJtUUvl VA
uv ucucru AMiemnir. in, uvan stiaawira nr t rt
OOUQtV OOartH. OP Id tiau anlrl Ala.aka.kaTI fall
.uu iuo Gierxs oi in iectioo, la m-vkiDg tbe
poll booka for tha election, shall provide two
columua. ons haHswi hPa the. .AtM r k.
" warn aa wa ttl jWSaBA We eU W
Convention," and the other "Against tbeaotlon
a.T tUa r- . w. .
wv iuq vuu'fDUon" inn ir tn stainsi nt
db icgai votes giren upon tbe aetlom of tbe
CODTentiOn ha in tht amm. kawa Ska nlTInaM
n . " awwatawimyp III vtl BJUV WwAWiWA
tieuicu anail noid ther offlaaa aa nro-
.IJ.J I .t. a. . "
viucu or me ordinance lor their election; but
If a majority of the votes east as aforesaid be
again! the action nf tha nonvaatLu.. thaa a.id
eiecUon sbaU be null and void, and the Dersons
so chosen shall not enter open the discharge of
,u uuuca or meir o races; the offloers cboeeu by
this Convention shall mn not tt nfflota tin I vtSaa
ordinance of thie Convention, providing for tbe
uiugatiuu ui certain aott oi tne liegisiature,
shall thereafter be of no force or effect whatev
er ' The returns of the votes so east on the ac
tion of the Convention aball be made to the of
fioa of Secretary of State in the same manner
mm la pruviuuu UJ orainaDOO OI tUlS VrOnVeOUOn
In regard to tha nffir-aa r n..a i i..i.
ant Uovernor and Secretary f Stote, and tbe
' ' v. W.V.UV. , AJIVUIW-
vvtm inaii se cast up dj tne same omeer; and
when the result thereof shall be ascertained,
the Governor annnintad h ihlaCnna-antinai .h.n
by publio proclamation, announce tbe same,
wbloh proclamation shall be filed la tbe office
of Secretary of State. "
Tbe above and foregoing were passed by tha
MiSSOUrl Stlta Conrantinn aa tha "Mrh Am '
ROBERT WILSON,
President of the Convention.
SAM'L. A. LOWE.
Secretary of the Convention.
T A t r, ' . .
u. a, iTAuaoaoai uum, oecretary , oi Btate,
hereby oertlf tha farcarntnir tdi tSaa at ftaayiara anrl
full copy of the several ordioanoee named, the
i ii . i , . i . . .
a - " w m. ua hi v.'
fice... , ... v-.i .,; .... . .i . .,
i. . .1- In Uatlmanwaharanf I haaa haratn
l. get my name, and affixed the seal of
. uuiuaj. . ajodb u tarn smss nt tna Mat.
retary ot State, at tbe city ef Jefferson,, this
i.iuetjoi Auguat, aooi. i .
M. OLIVER,
Secretary of State.
; Baltimore; Clothing Honsc. .
1,1 f.g,:'l' cto JlTstJlM.
t -., autnrACWtnuaa aw WRniauu aauiJBt -
readVmade CLOTHING.
.Nix'iOS;W, IJeUtimore-streeV v
if .M
.Mr. .' f ' r. i-.' ; : ,;. ,
, arTW waatTT am bowar,), .
tM .
1 uc
,t?.'ii..allt c
,t AAJLTIBIOKE, Ad
',ui eftl i 1 w 'i" ' I'm 1 ..,
Xarft atatartjawote4 Plate aad runUhln.
1 ".' -:., e0QE Otmstaatiy w Hand n
'Ottwdly . ;!-'.. a.n t.,. i, . ..n , j
rS-,J- l .-'ABPlRTlSBlllirt;'' t 1
" lha TW Rail ana art.la
' " 'knd PERMAirErrr fJTJll of tt I
.al.ii-l..
wna.ua waiimai ne
BROKCHrAL CI0ARETTI8,
Had by 0. B. SBTMOTJB 00., 107 Ifaasaa St., . '
i Prio f 1 ptr htai atat free hy post, .
, f 0 SALB) A jA 11, BBUadlSff. -
a rtwl a
hm is
SJUbf a UAeatAAa
vh."--fj, J.4'r-t till ii-) rwifraM "!
:;.,Iwl.bly Ia;A4Tijaetj:;;2
5i
eU
PP.18IS IIPTJOXD
Proa the EJtw . ttk Owserver.
Aa all nartlaa atnahntaaM a.i ar .
rV jaa-rww v RawaaWaTaWSBJ tjaa tBaSBfJ aTaTtWIUM Mltla
and art a so tempelled to make return t aim. aadan
aalh. a to tht numbtr aold. hia knaaa aw
ment. from thl rtltable aoare wa ban abtaj. ,k.
following atitie. Of tb machln aud to tht year
18M, then wtrt told, J
By Wbasler Ja Wllsoa... 91.J0S
I.M. Singer AO M.au
Orover A Baker.. .. lOHO
Shmnn. Hi. mIm .f Wltulu A Wll . . . . .
those of any other Company."
Awarded tht hhrheet ptwarjum at th
United Btate fair of 18S8, loi and 1800:
alwatth
Onto State Start of ItManalflMf
and at atari all Ska Count, Vein la tha Ri.ia.
Our prtoea, at the lata rMaeUVm, art a lost nt any
look McA soaahine aow aold. and bat a tilt hither tbu
tk Intorior hot iAraod cham ttiok nTtifrtsa? now
fareeA ana. tha mnonins, now
Th WHBBLBB de WILSON RfAOIDTB auaajtb
Loca Sticw theenlyene which eaaaot b raveled. It
k lull a. Sim Iim. tk. j. , . ..
, , . - .a nwu, Maviog tap rao or
thainonth undtr.oidt.
-f? TT44 ri 1 P. od inttrwjiion
given in their ut, free of ohente.
a.. vaui,iina m., uotumMI, O.
. Waf, 8TJMNEE A O0 "
a3 9awd3mA wtha Pike's Opera Ueaae, Otoctoaati.
STONE'S BAZAAR;
No. 4 GKvvune Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
A RFNOWRECEITIWOTHarifA WIN
TER GOODS, and lurita tht publit to Ineptct
tbem. No och (lock of Good haa aver haaa braai
tht market. Tht South, tn aooaquDeo of tb Tfailart
of tb grain crop, haa not bean able to purehaat tht a-
alnnantlla nf rf.kMiul. .A ill a . . . ..
' . A"- auu hub, laomaeilUUSa an
Importer to U them at publia aaetloa... Oar kwvar
(Mr. Stone) being In New Tork at thaae largt iaa. took
advantage of tbem, andwt taa and will U our good,
here, at tea, than any one who pn rchaaed two week sinee.
I "- auaa. vmw (too m OOmpleH "tB
every department of
KLEAvAiN T DKE33 SILKS, J
UllUMAH VEldJUKa, "-
BROCHE VALENCIA3,
PRINTED MERINOS, J
PRINTED COBURGS,
nvrr. rr.trmo
BLACK ALPACAS, v.v;
OKLKANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
. DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day, ;
LADIES" FURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Men', Ladle ud Children's Under Bhlrta and Drawers;
Ladies, Misses and Children' Hoelery of all kinds, n
Waol and IaunbTa Wnal; V . i. f.lnarf .nA fl.HM nt
.. , www mum
of every make. , . ..,..
A complete assortment of all tho usaal varie-
Aiaa r.t
LADIES' CLOTHS, v.
CASSIMERES, -
OVERC0ATING3,"
TWEEDS.
FLANNELS, ? . '
RIBBONS, ...
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Canbrie Hwd
kerohiefi, Ac, fto.
av ymtwvuw wito mil on aa) War pitn NT WVTtt tl
ahna thaa Ska l.aaaaw. kaa. aaA a i .a, .
w-w tma- awaipwaww, a-ati SMftA t!JaWAJ HH Qf ajOtMal
trer teen la Lhif mavrtot, or pj tba od dollu- pr
hill tarKlIa lualwlaaa.
otci-uuKtawltw. BT01TB O'HABEA..
NEW ARRIVALS
OF
Spring & Siinimer ' Millinery.
The Btoolc Raplanlahml ,..
DAILY;
FROM LATEST liVIPOBTATtWIS OF
NEW YORK.
. MI STOCK OP ' ' ''Url"
Spring & Stammer Milliiury
I bow complete, oonrprltlng tvery varbty f Kllln
try; alto, a Urge aatortatnt of BmbreiiatraaV Bcatory
and Kotion, 4cc and la qntatitits and price that aaa
not faU to suit all who may favor nt with a call. The
good hart been bought at Panic prices, and will be told
ataaaalt advance en cost. ' - ' k
.j . . i. -i . i . . . - . .
MILLHEBY bra
Mis M. E, YOUNG, late of New Tork City,
will nrmtand the aHlllnery Pepartatent "Berlong
expert eaoi" la tht aaott Paaklonskblt BsmiKaial In
Broadway wUl altat bt a warranty that ah jrlU bt able
to giv entire mtiafaction la aMttor ef taat ta Jl who
may tavor oar wim uciretijer.
Th Ladles of Columbus and vicinity WTfl Vlttittc
opt aayaliicar thanks for thatr liberal utivaat,a4
I nMr-TT-1fiHTiTil.ru a nnnaaat tf aawaam.
68 East Iiwr Bt., Oelvaaoa; o.
- 1 - -' '
E.M. wiixiahs'&co;:
front Street, Btwen SUte tadlovs.
THB OLD OARR1AQJR
8 HOP uatlll running, and although 1
the preanreor lata yaar haeeM baavtly
apon her ruanlnc (ear, ahe ut atin tnn--
Bgoutthote splendid PRATON8, BOOBA WATS, and
PRINCE ALBERT'S SHlfTINd TOarM BOTOP
BTJGOIBS, 0ABRIA0ES, BirBkSS, SKELETON,
DEMOCRAT and OROOEBT WAOONaTsllAU OMNI
BUSES and HAOKS. Twenty, rears staariy BHnufao
turlng ha given ear work a widt-aperad rapataUoa
through th South aad Was. ..-.. .o-.i io.
Wt therefor deem It nnneectaery to Bay any thing mert
la regard to tbt quality tf oar work.- Wt wabbabt
5lS to eSJ?' "" ,0 tToa.
Bwttra aaa' Nfaralshed wltkaoaaaounttf 'werk at
abort noUoa, and at prtoea lower thaa aaa beboaaht an
when la tht Weat. Btooad band Buggitt tak.n ts b
raun for new work. .. .; j ,M
iLBe pal ring don neatly and at abort aotie. fa
tory on (ront, between Slate and Town street, Ottum
uiOhlo. . ... . .
lTCpAII toaaaalaaHon will receive prompt aUettUoa.
: Aug. 11 wly , . .. . . o.. hU VtLUAMSd HO
STBENB OWTTMPM. A MBWar ; OSEmsaiDE
.1 8. 4 H. T. CHlTTEr.DZri;.
1;ATTOBBTSATAW',,,arrI,Jj
H7 Otto, 29 Broadway Haw, Teak rtavrand
Paros' Boiuuta, Columbus, Ohio. rJ
W f vranaiai ausjura paau aw VOIieoUOBIa
tnriKtdoa
b lfil
EAGLE BRASS'WOJIKS,
. Cerarpriar Water it..'
i-i.j
''MApixnnsToi .
tod Manufacturers of Brie arid Oowpwiliriu'OMUrra.
nalhrdBraWorkof all beacrlpuvn.
Eicctri :iliticgV ! !
ItU'Sl-dlB . -A-irjJa f ..I-. t :., n-M ia..,trtu..
mm tin
l.'.v ;i i!-:it'M-.i..'J 1rtll tfaj l
- . tt-1 ?! .

xml | txt