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. Notleeeof atfrrgsr-hatiaajlea !Mui, are companies
admnot . T rule will not varied from.. . 7. . .
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4.4 " AND NOTARY rDBUC."1" ',
y'"!4?1 opjoalt Capitol luaia.i,i( y,
' .,(.,! OOLTJMB08.OHIOJ
Att?niey : Counselloif atXaTr,
'' MARION? OHIO; wi
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i' tor
ttaehine Manufacturing (Q0ipaoj
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1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD.
OonneeUni at Creetllne wli the PirTSBURQH, H.
WATB CHI (TAW) BAItROAD
Jbr Mttburgh, PMXaddphia and BalUmor. Alio
,,, forfait JFoyantf OUeaoo.,, , M
OoDneeting at Clereland with the LAEB 8H0B J BAIL
ror Danklrb, Bnffalo. Albany. Bos
ton, and Nw York.
THREE THAINS DAttV;
... EXCEPT SUNDAY, . '
Irom Oolambua, In connection with Tralni on the
-3ii,iiA fi8T tKAiir.',wJj.
NIOHT XPBSS-. bares Oolumbos at 3.40 A, M
will leera pasawigeN at all etatlonn sonth of OaUon,
etop at Delaaan. Ashley, Cardington and Ollrad, and
V.00 VBorU' .' 0lloa, arrlrlng at Oleretand
at B:0u A. M., Soojurli 3:00 P. U.. BaSalo d:f P. M.
Albany 3.S0 A. H., New York 8:35 A. M.. Boston 8:34
P. at , pittsbumb rlt Orenllne 3:20 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago Tin Oreslltnt at f .00 P. M. j
,.'iy ,j f BIOOND TBAI5 .l.j1.Ull
WBW TORK WCPRE8S lear'ei tolumbot at ll:it
'. Jriil!t0B Centre, (for Whlto Sulphur
BprlBft), Delaware, Oardtngioo, Gallon. CresUlao, ehau
by. Htm Loudon, Wellington, and Orafton, snlro at
Cleveland at 3:33 p. m.j Dnnklrk, 8:50 p. m.: Bul
saay WS . j A4kay:a. m.1 H.wYoifc, 1:4)
a. ei.l Ikslon 4f40 p. n. This Train sonneetiat 8hl
br torgaowk,,and at Jaftoa for Toledo, arrlTlng at
Toledo at S:4U p. m. .!..
'''' i";3'')i,:,IJ- v tbirb jfRAirrV "' ;
at 8.80. .p., nv swp at, ail staUana. Soatli ef
Saaihy.aiHi M :. Now!,1wIb, nCeUingtvn. Oiaton,
'Vt.'? rii)lelaBdi at tttfU p. a.t Don
ktrk,a:U0a. a.; Wlo, 30 a. a.; Albaas, 8:80 p. a.t
!!2."20'k1,7:SO Pr;j Boston, 11:41 p.. JMiubargb
MCre.tlh.evat 11:5). p. m. Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.t
ColMgo, tia Crestline, i.iS a. m. Ihi Train conneeij
v- 'au tat "d Tbledoarriringst Tlod
- -o " .. .-.a,!..!
V,;Pftt(mt Sleeping. Cars an jwi'W all
-tq Bight Trains to Chicago, Kew T !
f ; totkkti moztX I
KKX0 OknkTltHmgKmiltiB HWtMid Bottom .
..t fMfh;aAlxWtttoiol.l
NlghAKapreas arrWse atOoluinbas at.'., 11:15 P. M. i
jvwamnau apreesararasatwolunbniat 10:50 A. K.
P aViTiI0!1' J""" Oelaaajs al7:50
tare at Uw u by any taaE.BoBte.
iAM8.PATTBBBOIf, Agent,
' " i . Columbus. Ohio.
Colniahta7n:l1ar
,WT4 Hlttt Befttttall DJ Orl
1 ftft -a5Sl
a v v aassaw iw vaiji Ciuui WU vuuevs
cl ISO poetess old DakUi riiiSMnt JarmogMi.t
eOObbli. standard White Sugars, oonsltthg )f Po4-
w.n n,vnraaiia,uraBuiatwiaanaauoaaa.i
, uses' and No; I Mackerel. "
mv.Bees7TW-8slaOB.flriII tit,4'n firi
000,8
n rl(rar.o 4i 'fde-rt fi, r.t'0 o. f
, . 100 a Cigars, different brandi and grade.,,,.
00,37 MoDOSiXB.
..T-ttt.JdT .
Doorsr'-iaaixrsriaCi
lad E'i-EooaniitLiilafer, j
JiiaF&rWe'to!'riRrl
KIBBOHS,
iiEhfriSfX x -acta:
trrUjajtTMdby ' ( ,l;i!ii,, i( lol
,,'.iV'i iurtl) nk.H .uj- vmlin.t BAiMdtSOIIf) j
apr - , Ho. 88 Sonth High stra4- i
.fc HUW Uf OP BHLIUT. ()C
Bar Inst iceeirse a new mate o HOOT gElUM
Snlsbedk a aanoer far superior to any yet Introduced
.'a tiuoi 4 . t.,i,o 1
atss, vsfr-'wtV'M .IWHJ'J VA
' -.s at K' Ml I' '
.frue a m4' .t tlHtis
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ROYAL QUAETO DICTl'Olf ART.
f aVifrtt.T aarft j. ... j X
ja.raj i :.'ijou.a uim'i .hu,,
f'Th. ..Bellai,. .taaar Am.
"ihi buz ixauaa wonomtMf Aifx.jJ.
aiAjicv'iU 'TMii mi at, , I, I, .
who anJunrtcuBWMhm.W4TvLfoBa. inMtoer
with I
OleTi eorreet epelutuf, a d wmianciaUea ar etearlt
r an aye.n n in. oi tjvuwtiiji t Met
tut
HMMIi.-.M. ... . ..
Woroeawr'a EotJ Quarto. PlotlonarT. and we ao.tlor.
me sofuu aaagnate, at tt mm MtM aod
apofteaia - .
fhlnaniaasiaM H tela i -
. jatw, W, aRT. Han't afuailoo tlnlo. aVbTnla. K
- " "" i"f- rsviie c ew, viraaanueu ncmu
Owssm, Principal State Morsial Bofaool, Minne
tota. -
fl CraoiiaoK. Prtjxipal nrtt IttlMrunalaM Bohoel,
9lntanal- u -.m f, .ax. -i .v i.,h'1i .int..
5 MWI, lap'l Cantoa XTntna Seeoole.
Sdwm koiAi, Prlndpal ktcNeely Homal BeUoT.
H T. trr, Prof. HathtaaatNsa, Ohio TMveMttyV
WBi'WjIlMraaae, n't Troy Vton tohool. l-!- .
A. a. HoesPrMoa Weat Jlifh ehoal, Clero-
B. A. WoeriteiMdpal Hhjkfcc4oej Okr
mckrVnfctjaeV 'rifiapai Blflt lobeol, OMM
jj.fJ.IHUKO) HU)i.-U I.) ,ja. I j.. i l nqa ,f..
geh,yrtaxi ClenlaMTaaaltanta.
,.i-'.r.4UaSB, PraaUasA ,a JUeed lafttaate El
ran. V. Ii. Himm. rt i,t rnMii. ntiii wtWA
UnlTr,lty7',T ' " '
H. II. Bunt, iK-dewiralariniier of Coaaaon Bchoola.
Jt l A A.'."!.; T- 1 (llh M..-if;'i
j v. Hiuit x muifni anawi uoiin.
0.'-W. H. 0iTu. MathMaaUM. WA
School, Sawtns. jiilar v :ti- ,- , .
AJ.JoiauBeat, Prof. laagnais, Hlfh School.
.Coioai, Prof, taagnags, Hlfh
vayion.
B. H. Baiii Inp Wplon Schools, Aitland.
MOT tkam Sim Amir rAr PtviAjmfm at OolU.
W, Profruon, Authmrt and JHMnimttMd Xivca-
vr, mm mvMtrua uu moot aewnwuii.
PREJIDENTt Of COLLI QES IN OHIO.
riJftwmou iMwy awaj(leawtw
honor to U aaUasr, Ske saailatera, anrn tha whsie
wmin;."-rreaneBi Aaarewi.
Wsnatai TJairatarn It essaeds aiyeipoeta
ttons. It will be ay rnlAe la orthofraphy and nroaan-
eaanai and will .adlaa ha nana Haiti mm Urn it
fx aceurate dAalUoaau,''--Praident Ihoaneon,
. w. a. lOLioTio fliinnaa TTi i al T i e we hare ued
webtter's orthoi raphy. At a reeant Beettnr of our
raenltr. It wa daciiMj tn nhann It ta annfana ta that
trworeesttr'r Koyal- aaTU Battosary"-
: Warns lanara oUaaa-I Sal It vorttoTsr
ooraai app rotmuon . rreeloanl ttlttseeoc
"Vtrnxxt eoutaa.'It aatre fan ssatt ay arpeeta-
omioopy to ay cnUdren aad mf papia." Preadeat
tT-aTTnriaea ' "T eilmt mil ila Ii nil la ieaeh-
lof, wriangand sneaktos, ta orthography aad pranan.
elalioa U"Wereatar' Moral Qaart Diotteoary."
iimuiHi nun ffc .. f i
"In all any wrltlef, speaklnf , and taaehlof, I hare an.!
dearorad' to eenfemi la the rales far orthography and
proonnoatwnaeoaoMiaea la Ytonaateri Jltoaoauj
Horace Mana, lata PreotdmW, . , : ..,
"Knrroa 0()tjiam.aAKtM.lBMitserdal) raaoaV
Bond It as the neet raHable ttandard aataoritr 1 of the
nngiian langnagtae It a Sow wri etas anaapoai
PiaaUenA Aadiaera.torfli w ,.-J- .-.',:: -x: ,
,.u.. nti)i mi m,n 1., i.; ,
Fror Anton fmyfh, OmmitaUmar ff Cbaemoit
, li ;j . ,jnnrm as , .. ;
. 'The "OUUanm la aa tiitnr(.hhl nannaaint In tha
learning and Industry of Its aalhor, and as honor to." the
twin ai man,' -o saaBiaaion awawa a iar aiiia.
miM ... I T I i .1. : T . . I
itaatntsd.'r - j , ,.,. (, ,.(J ,. . .. . .
iroas ' Eon, M. M- 3mnuf.- .Sat CsaaKssfssar . of
....... ..i c ocmm sa vo. :t : : ..,
"The most reliable tandsrf authority of the hut
pun.'' ,. ,',
Ii. I i WB .,- i,; ) ,
Lieadina Kwrpatraf of Ohio Say
.,t isVewi iht CUmdand Btndd e JTortl 89. '
The orthogrtphy of the Woroaster Dictionary la thai
used by most, If not all. aatbosa at aUsaaaio tar thlt
osantry and Bsrlaad, and esalaaaa t ta genaralasage
of ordinary writers sndeuosken. .
Whaterer pre)adiaa aay bar aatlsted prerloosly,
etrefalstadyef thierolnjne will larorlably ha followed
by wans appreciallon of Its great sserita, and A deolra
aeddtt svthe Sell eetteied llbtary, b it large or eaillj
It is a UbraryLlaltaaiC aad will, remain . aa iaperishal
bi record of tin leaning ojf It eoa pi let. j .. ,j j
Mean Ha CTad natl ftiaiafPifaJ sfdt 80. i
Here ai apwards of a hundred thaaasnd worde good!
bad and ted!ffeTnkrWbes-Bultlfarioe.neanlngs and
derlratlons, together wita their correct .pelting and pro
nnoeiatlou, are eet elaarly before the eye. The work it
loqaMilosabiy the greatest ThMaura of BngUsh Words
rer pubUaheeV ;
JrowafJirftndytf I
. Xrldeatljp Woacarma's jaotsa Aoaaro DroneauaT 4
ivw Miy iK Aue, it HU nan wrA tftlu ktni.mr te
anad .and ean eVa yesmbtllty. aadaf by siaeeria or
nsalreseriy. t-u bxtciMim a' v -uo j"L j
li.t' raoxoaeuTioa, Woaaawraa is tut BTiirwis
fonowad by. ous at anthors) ta definitions he tears
nothing to be dtrrd,acd in OaTaoaaara it M aafneieat
WeaytkWoaiaanlsly fcs)4.
. IHBHAIIcBBAIlfi.
PnbllaUere, Baaksallcrs StatteCirL
"SftlnriiSDIAtt IMI'ItriH V, ATTt i
THE MUTUAL1 BENEFIT
-.'V- (( ,,.Jil4l i' Jill
LIEE INSURANCE
DiTiMsMMsaJra to IM4ValaT Cani
ww . - mil r.
lag-fb jear ia...i.
Beoarod. (or Intaasa, Anting
aw- in year iaAin.w7B8,CU 88-3 1..,-,: ,vn
teoalrod. tor Intaasa, Anting: i n-.'i -the
year 10 M.w ,..,.. lU.Olf; k2, ...
lohtl rwcelpri-for lMf). ;v. WTWeTTt
PaldObdaaby PesxhJIW 0jr -.,..,.',,,
Paid Weasurrsu-r r 1
send .v...A. w 4l,ni K'X ..?- .
ai'4?B ,(1IV.-.
Vene, .;....' $1S 8,Uil t' tiJakt: .;A
Paid Onafisaawsg. lal - tii fr fiitO':,).! A 'inr
atia Annaittah'.ui.. 1 1417 V o..1 "! -: )
Paid Dlrldend dar- tn' r . . i
BAlsaei .Vsiaary l.l6KrU.U.Mi85so
.jji v '.i t'''ASSBTSAd c. S n'.iv i. : rf n?
'()rtew na4.J.rtt.,si t)8, (.::"
Bonds and Mortgagee B f.j a. t v i , !
Batata, worth doahla wi.irai. a f.-j. . , t
aaoant ed.... 187,841 eSr-.jBJi
rOaawJrlMRat araOMSirB ?,araTs ' i pm n . . js.i j,i j i mi
la foeo,alysartng 8 .. ,
oent. intarat,. . l pfil . : I
teal Ssta.e.........i.l.; " so.h:.) 9T a !u " '
LoanoaSorlpii.n.Mi....m'.. eVtuidA, tt.i:;
rranhtaa, aoSee sM Oaaa, As, u . , -it , ;. I
yys, ol.tranathay.y ... ., tttjg
AjaAt.;',.:;'l4.Aia....M..v t,81sVC8 80
ir.'! 1 i.vfr f. ei: a i .uir)4-iiiMMiM. i
T.KTS Poliolaa bt fore. inastna'..M..aaa.ia.an
outstanding Policies of the Oetspany, and hartcg the
rMttsta.y aww aid at rSssrre tbertrar, eh JlrotDrs
bnradeokwed bmaarssf 48 per scat, ea tt Pram.
ems paid at lb table sate, to all pellete tor life la fores,
bened prior to January I, l609,paTab aoMrdlng to the
present rule ef lb Ooeapany. - 1 ! i - vTi ; I
Basse tor alt ktnde of m eWtfaraaek) Preepsci.
nsBtatnneotsranA Armllealloa, will be ftrrntrhed
without fcHinee, at the Qutor Agtnciea of Us Ooaf
paayj:.( mcIi '! .h X ... a - - i m; n r- .i I
w w mow1"- PttrirRanir. pmUms.
.it,v-iu itm IAoAiJE80Vs
Pli AH -J.- TlfrrrtESb- BLACiC
KBSIiJt8, airerr rntiha.. Vheateat sateet.
aeaartaaant la to srtyv and at mvm ie"i"b.' j i
ill i -r JitiBi )a ,v , , il at a. . I .
"t?d .w en i w m i jto S ow.u li nth steeeli. tl
aHI:VS;. . ,
.
f
1
is constitutional disease, a corruption of tW
piooa, ty Whicif -Bi fluid DeoomH -eiaawd;
WeakanJ ttxrru Heitlr irt' the eircullitioAf t
bsrmdf ths triiMtf odti and' Wbt ttrt oJ
tfdm ,tjiiftcks; Wr it there. rjn-wuoh iraaf
sereruicrui wan u rtrnoutiy
foodlttt' att tlth
ani , ttitr at)it' tlii ' aepre'sine' VitsVjlhai
itTjoVe AIL' fcy fjit iahircci' Metaon;'vWks
aver b iU orlgW, ifis ietvtatf ih.fh tah,1
stjtutioit,, djaotjiding ' frpif paientl p hfldwtt'
unto tji thio find frwdf 'Krnurat)oflT("'bdcd.
if ayeimi :W'Jf. to.tHi VW Wpi'v I ,
th tngbjv8T. pa.itfral, prgiyla. f fnrmpi
iJ'Wvlr8am.,glnWia Jtwewj n4 i,
the IMllrWtrWNWJjAW
ruption, wUicli trimdacaualW blood, depresses
i tha cncrijie,frjfii ao (In) sqgoiVitnrs eonstitu-
aiarut Aibv. ,suior. fVom .aoofiilona .com.
!jjpr twfciJwy W83& Wlai.J(fj$
witiusii aUbongUaio smoWom ia their ruttur..
MistJiLirqriditfteljifr
aTatan..)iost et tbe .consumptipa wbicJt der
armule Ur huraam fiunily ha its oriia direotly:
fat . this : sorofulouf . osntomlnation I pod nmy .
destrcrctivo diaoaaefof the liver, kidneys braia, i
and, indeed, of all .ta organs, sjdaa from or i
nro aggravated by a earn oause.nnd V.
f JhB auaytar of all war peotfle as auufldoae
thsMtniptrstqi are 4irauid ylra lurlung in
tMoA and ttxip ldlrtrejadsrmiwd sT it.
Tlean-rt torn tsWaytterrVw rrrart renprata
thei WboU alteraUra rnedicitie, and in.
vlgorateft Br1 Jiealthy food and exercise.
Such ft toedlc4iw w cupplr to'r,!' -1 tclm .
K.ia'-iuiiM uaiat uit.ri ,, j J. J( iiuiJi:-ifiinl A
u c? AY ER'S "" ":
(3om'ppunl Eitract of Sarsaparil'
tlie'most effectual Jwmedy which the medical
skill of our timet caiv.devise for this every
whert preroiling and fatol malady. , It it com
bines irom the most dative remedial that have
been discovered for tjie expurgation of thi tout
cusoroer from tue blood, ana th reecuei of Die
vstera . from its' . destructive cohseauenccs.
Ilence it shpuld jbe , employed for the cure of
' ' 1 n 1 . . . ... '
nov ofny ocxgiuia, out aiso moss ouier tuieo
tions -vyLich arise from it,'iachas Erutiv
and. KiK Djssasbs, St. Anthony's Fibb
R08 01 CllTAiPBLAS, PaiM.ES, f tJSTUI,BS,
JU :rEs. BiApft and fioiw, Tiwofta.XaTTBB,
and Saw, JIhrux, Scaxd Hbad, JjUnowoum,
RuEVHATiau, Srruanicr and MgHcuiAipit
r.ASiw,. Ditofsr, BisrarsiA, Dbbilitx, anj
indowl. am, Coatri.fclsiT ARiatwo miom Vitia-
nivoit larcaaikioop, 'Ih populay. beliaf
in f impurity ofilit blooi " i founded in truth,
for acn ofula tkAsgenerattonof tltehlood, Xhe
particular purpose ana virtu of Uu barsapt
rilla is to purify and r apeneratt this vital fluid,
Without which wound health it impossujle in
oontaminitted cOuatitutiona. .soiiwiru u
s svi...
- .'I S-
Agu.r3dCure,
f s.TTit iH' i:ni i".. ' ... , i...
V7 .a,if,i.JrPP:l PBBB1oBBjOf
latarsalatssaa Pevtri r Fevtr tad Agaei
IteatiUent JJ'ewor, lalll Fewer., Dumb
Agutf Pertadlcal neadacae, or Bilious
Headac'lia, tntl Bflfoaa Pevors, Indeeet
for th trhOl clatw r afreas orla;lnat
Ina; In biliary aeraageneat, eanaad by
the Malaria of Bllatniatle Coantrles.
. . . . . t it . . - o j i. , v. -i . . .. ,
. W hr enabled htta to ofter the eoinsntmhr a
remedy which, while it cure the above complaint
with certaiittyV is stiU. perfectly harmlea la any
oaatity. . Suoi a reinady ia invalaaule in diatriots
where these .afflicting otsordert prevail. Ibis
"Otim" expels th miasmatic poison of Feteh
amd Auub from the system, and prevent the de
velopment of th disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this olasi
of oumplsiuts, out also the cheapest. The lame
quantity we supply for B dollar brines it within the
reach of every body J and in bilious distridts, where
Fevhii and Aoiib prevails, every bodr should
hnv it and t frly both lor euro ana prtw
lion. A great auperionty of this remedy ever any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent! is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, Consequently it produces no quinism or
other fcilnrtna rltrtpArhatever ripen the constitu
tion! -Thote'enred by it arc left a hclUry as if
they had never had the disease.
ever and Ague is not alone the consequent f
Iht 'miasmatic poison.- A (treat variety of discf-
iers rii rVcm.fU iirttadun,iartwnp;. alitrJl pn
Aturabia, Kttumatum, tretsf, Henaaeht, Blind,
neu. 'lvuJhaeln, uee'fCtnrrh, MlftmarJ,al
pitatioA, Pichifid Afi'ettion oftht Spheni ihfter
irt, Puin in tht JoioW. C('c, i'oralymt aad ils
ranijtmetil of tin . Stomach, all of wlikb, iwhfn
onijinutiii. in this cause, put on the intermittent
t;rjn, or become periodical. This " Cuhb ' expels
the poiftin horn the blood, and consequently enres
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons -trrretung or terapornrily
residing in the malarious districts. If token occa
sionally or daily while; tx posed- lo (the infection,
that will be excreted fruin the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Uenee - it is even rnor valuable for protec
tion than cure, nnd few will ever suffer from Inter-'
mittonti if they avail themselves of tht protection
tWitPiTOdyiiv'rtbi..::-!? .13 j.
Prepared lyDr.J: a ATEE &. CO., LwtU,laBat
aOBlBTB BAJtOBl,, Calaabusi-
And by Drertlita and Dealers everywhere.
aovu:iTa.twawoJ. TV iT-
CAJTADIAI
&I IIXIXZD STATES MAIl
TO AND rtfl.U I
LONDONDERRY, OtjASGOW;
Liverpool, MontireajL Quebec, j
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Tn a 00 treat uoaan Itaaaahtp ooapany'i aratl
fall-noworodClyda-built Steamer sail Tory 81
a relay from PORTLAND, earryUiglbe Canadian
Patted Itatss Ball aad passsagora,
Snt-eUei
Bat
and
WOItWBSIAKr KOBTH AUBBIOAH, 1 ,
BOHEMIAN. ANGLO-SAXON, '
DO 8TB BBJTfjH - BIBSRNIAK, j
Sliartaats CBteapest and QstlckcstCea
Toyaaca grant , - .
AKSIOTA TO ALL PASTS 9TJ ITJEOri. j '
jRat4MtO)f' 'Zaaatto to 'fihuopa," . .
990,909.130.
WIU sail from I IV BB POOL Terr Wednesday
and froas QCBBBO Tery aatnrnay.walltBgat
LUHUunusnai, tonotivuoB board and bud alalia aad
Passenrers, la sad froas Ireland and Scotland. I
irrxasae Bteasaere are ballt at Iron, la water-baht
eompartawun, carry each sa experienced Bargeoa, and
every atteatioa la paid to the comfort aad aoooamoO
aen or pssesngers. A they proceed direct to IAIN DOM.
DBRT, the gieat risk and deJs of oslUng at Bt, John's
atavotdsd, a .:!,).: .i:ii.:v( i i.)'t I
OlaegoW passsngsis ar furn(sh4 pith nun paaaaja
Hokets to end frea Londonderry, m .j
Betara Ockwis granted at ladaoad rttee. . I
Oertlftcatae teened for earryinf to and brhirlng out pas
ssnger frea all the prlastpal town of Or Britain aad
Ire aad, at reduced rata, by this line of slssasis. snd
y th WA&H1NGTON UHB Of SAIUHw PA0KJT8,
laavtng Urerpoei erary wsek T'
Blfiit Drafts far XI and. ttwtrdi pay
able la Knclaad.lraiand, Scat- , .
lana Wales, , , I
io tsmrdj artty at tht OfBos. tt BWOAO-
wi i, nawr xara, and 19 WATKH BT,
Otto- -j.n.ARWSTRONC.
aolo-lydaw Peel OBlos, Coluabua. Ohio.
woo Co-PaufntSwliip
ISIAVB THI8 T ADMITTED Mlfl
soa 'AMB8 ADO'S It BAIS ss partaer la my bnai'l
' ,w"Jrl airet as eoaoaeMt snder tat ana
mam, r BALN. XV aonth Biffh Bt.ti.
. www u. root. feblS
Lea,
f. T.,) Pnprietor
flaw of rhaloa's BtahllnhaA sr.
in new sora raanionabie Shawtn- rr.i. o.,Mn.
.Buearpoeaiog, eursmg ad Praxint g)mit, aaet State
earn, wrm run v !t abaiaBon will
b BiVa,la ail 't braiurfwew Miet avdl
. htklrealtstrJwtatosto
pauses pjr mercuna
br derti ' or" tirthfcalthV
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Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
a ' i 1 "" wj.
RAILROADS.
for'Caiciiiaatl, ftfttfbtf IauTallatollsl
I ij . if j j tu ' f ij ,kA,n,ii j iu,
ttironea tfJ fcdlaf twll' wtthonVfAVfiire 3f Cars'
bnjPf.ChjgepfCrtb
iJ c,)iCc4sahtataiid SULoalaJ )oiJawv
rll to sliaslrl Mil suiiiisT SNmw tl at ,eicn
to eaiaaqt TViTt'
tlis 4 HObt
AOOQjtfjMDAfl01f-iai
lAf BSIIOMeted
'nSbVtwSen Goiumbal and Cincinnati and DWtan.W
a. ... itiiDuiii. u ii .ra.
a but i
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""VeonnoaegsaiB ojoaaaAaaas's
i"ie .ttMJaia ll:ot)(is avulaun .iMiJiM
i.i.imi)mal tUUbUgll) lAHALOl aiMti tnn
IXPK888 at II,wal:sM, stcpUgat Jefretlnvi
wnsnseuni. ueariiwv.aeu? By ring .vatsrsv
ImouL Wart iB.k.1 Q , lhu...
a .Valley,
'Lebaapn
'Star's, LoToland and MlHard. anlvii, aFfllniiinn.tl
A nil. i a . .i : m ....T'nrr n
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DM all.ipttallAa,ttrtUoiflllv-;.rn'
Vi'Trri'.'o nil ' ..' i.'Li .B!S1PP. .1
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Maaabus and Xaa)and at Bprfeg Tallryr Oerwio
L,HH..i... w , .wiiuipi a. an aiaitona do
J ,TT" ax Vf utcttjxia( a; m
irfv-t J-.,i,---WaTH-'TRAllir,,,
Iiniuui SXPRBSB, via Dayton, at 18 00 midnight.
Stopping al London, Xenla,' Dayton,' Mludletowa and
UomauMag at VttMinnaU at 5.24 a. a, j at Bar
ton at 8.55 a. B.: ConnMtIn Bt ninlnnail .Ilk th
Ohl and MHwnalppl Railroad lor LoahWlllo, Beaaevlllo,
TT",,W"' iionis. ueapottH Urfcsns,
and all points South and South-weit; also, at Sayurn
.mmmmyviw, uaaysn, X FT UaBW, atCg, OUk
,. 'fl r .1
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JEfor further
further tnfonnatlnn and Thrnnvh Tli.kta.
sppty to Mi h. DOBBKTT, Ticket Arenl, Union Depot,
plf to Hi
tuw:iu
'it nil 'I'vi
4, 'a la- 1 a vv C A U fa. AT a IV,
IJ.1,..1 )i e :". Segerkl Ticket Aeent. Olnolnnan .
X ta fill A Tljf ' I
1 win e-oes t,J.j 3N0. W.DOOBBTr. ;ji 1
lw it vJw -littv.
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W. WOODWARD. '
Sapsrintendent, Oinclnnat.i
Colombu, JFnhjr 14, 1801.
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aKiua; aw UiteanaviietcuJ' s aaytea
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CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
' CONBBQtUflJ AT BELLAIRB WITH Till,'
BAJ-TlMORE.&iQHIO,
. a11tV ii BTITinfliiltnriri erwrwaarrw saewawn
P EN NSYLVAN I A : CENTR AL J
Sh()rtest, Quickest & Mo'st eliable
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.i:.iu -..Trains Leav Columbus a follow 1
.1 u-r 3 s, HOattma BXPBBBS d w ,w
Mavw Colunbu 8.30 Ai K. frea Unlo &epot,Tk
1 oiaaoanTinei arnvesai neiiatre, iu.xu a.
M.i Bteubsnville, 18.80 P.M.; Plitsbureh. 3 40 P.M.:
Uarrlsbnnt. 1.19 A. M.; wmlaTaanm. mi..i n
York 8.00 A. M.t ia fkilaoMiiHa. arrive at Phila
delphia. 8. 10 A. 11. i Hew I ork. 10 30 A. M. Donn-U
aura ai aarraoarg lor Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. a
Sleeping Cars attached to this Trala
Prota Celombus. ni dlreetry throngh to Bellalra or
Pittabargh without ohangs; sod fatMcgers VU Allen
town arrive in Mew Tork at 8 A. M.. " ' '" ' "
ICTW0 HOTJBS IK ADVANCE 0 'IfOBTrttB
LIHBd. - -a-""'-
This Train i'alo eooneoU at Belltlrt with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.:) a., '- ')
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- PITT8B0BOH BXPREB8. ;. ':': .. ,u.j
Lenta Ootnabas 11 MAM, frea Pnloa Depot,
aiaaiiauTiiiei amras a 1 aewan, is ou r. a.: uoaneo
lon. 8.13 P. M.t 8buanUi. t P. II - piii.k., o an
p. M. jnThls li til only rout by which Passengers
eta leave CtadnnaU st 1 A. H., go through to Plttt-
luk 1. ...Ill . l . . . .
wwom . wijiifHi, wiwioat auaogw w carvoe oeHhyi .-4
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teare Oohtabut 8. IS fronr tnton DepoCvfc.;
"'air, arrive at nevart, s s? V, al.f asaevllle,
13 P. If 1 Blisir7 M P. ,; PlitsbnraK. 11.8) P.
H.I Earrlaban. 1.00 A. If .j oiVi AULnum .,,im
Hew Tork,4 P. H.'tia PMladtlpAia; arrlres
Ptl'saalohia, 1.18 P. M.j MeW t rk. S P. M, This
Train, alee eosneeta U IlarrUtmrg lor Baltlmora. -,
rrrtagat IB. H. 1 , ...... , ,77. '
Thi Train runs throngh to Bellalnf or PltUbargwtlk-,
eat enane of Cars: and from PitUtrarg there b) so
ehang f Oar to Phi'adelphl, or via Atnstmra to
Bw Jforb tbsaofftalagu.) -.:,.jaratf evoo.t tr.
The only Route frori' Colbmbns 1a'Blllrtote,
' rmitaeipriia, or nea YPrk.'witri Pnly ' .
' one ohangt 6T Cart.""""- r
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Br thlt Train Passannara airlra la Kaa Tn.k
Sours In sdranos'of the Northern linei. . i
This Train sbra eonnects at Bellslr wllh fhl Battteor
sadObleB. B. . .i.'.i- 1j .. .aia. .
CThis ftooVeVO rnnes" suorW'ta fittabwi,
buiu iuur ,1mm uu luuei paorier to
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Bagifsi Checked Through to i alt ia.
Mltsnt Points EastJ' i HI,
u- A8X POft TICKIT8 TIA 9 .T.e!
BELLA IRH OTL HTEnRRMTH ,T W 6 T
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Tickets Good tjrer either 'BoWteV.
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Oen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio Jt. B.
-I. A. HOT0HIN3OM,
Oen. TJokst Agent Stanbenvill Short Lin.
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iGRICULTURAL WAREHQVP
ill ilr1isaVB,m.T .t.i ii) I
'GEnEnAI- HARDWARE, !
finna, istaisood jti'
einaraaa aasbef Belting, ln Laebf r Jloas and
W r.w i,,o itl 11 . fMta t4 , V?!? I ,
rtEFfTtiBlrlENtB
v u u as a .
XorslUes in Neck ls snd lkarft.B" '
1 XJ ByraS and Qarrot Cellars. J .eortT
' Basbrolearad Passat 'Handkerchiefs. '
Parle aid Olovee saprrlor aaks.
Go Wen Rtll BMrteTVarlom styles.-
..Boys' ar HiU Bblra,, d,,,!,.!-,!.
Betaned Pocket Hindkerohlefs, various I tries.
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rend VTader Cbtnnanba, ' '-' .1 I
aprIB .
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Hoi tt south Blgn streeb
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V.teneninspas7nawfasa.o . , ,. , ,
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nanufaetured by $.' 'flOWARTi'i'ctfl, tlostnd, tr'aal,
Tsee w a tehee ar ntr superior w anyutlng ever offered
ta paoue, ssreaaeesM aaanag ua aoiuav sgonoy,
eaa sou uieas at prist t sum is nans. i hTajnsV
"r'-'V'T-va oi) 8. ) .,,
rt AMERICAN. WATCHES. arf
anufto'a6ry iPPLITOsf, TRACT Si 00 I'sljA, ,'
ftaSaaaortrueitof ,,ftJ ava , w is n,;.ut l
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Weekly, par yam
180
The British Press on the Battle of
Bail
[From the Liverpool Courier Aug. 7.]
Hryo, giagii wiw it,, soddaaara daaet
e.feat wat tot ud x MiTrVZ. ' . T-
"P1 toh' f VirgfoU 'efferTth
, . r'0tot. .'Kvevr' tttle
brpuga iorinep, frog ltp taprdiai, T The st
id been la ocoupaUoa Tfkjfiili
iBOOaOB'-lbP'ttBWB
."-'oir utsoiUfflSnieo
paring all that btillgeraott ntnally prepar to
meet a oomlot foe. The federal ray tTblcb.
r -" , -"""vi nw Kisi, marcnea
pwb.ia.'tutwlaa ctanka. Taxnanetna k auiia.rf.i.t
mi ifthe'evWlna pt)d tfca.nii!an.J
J5Si0,'i,rok611 e.,,, iUBTssWiefB,lJ
.f '". camion, wagon,' all'borne oof
liUlabyaa moanf Improbabla thlfoa effect
Mis.aeieM will be..ttb in tha reralso'
rJwa, anu. u urn o SueetSllal, hi Bed
traliatsf oaoootrttaiQ Waahinatan. .laAaa.'
txpsoted ibat every arm of txoot wile be
Alleged by , th 24Jrtberntrs.i..Thyibave at
ready aooaetd their Geearal o( Uewmeiao,
bad degraded tomt of IbttaU Jay wiUnaural.
ly attempt tank llgbA f t as salaraity wblab
baberallatamj Tbrlxoafaot,BOwar
which prore th mtgnltuda bf the. dlsattar.
Th GovMsaient bar prerented all comtaaoi.'
Sation betwM Watblngtoa and Alexandria,
by telegraph or otherjU Bub v ptMMdlog
weald aevf have been adopted by a rtpatslteao
Ootaomtnl Dole tbs: effu abica salgbf
"' irom the lull dlicovary- of .the troth
wr daepl feared- W s.'eletry that tb
Hawtbtra youraala ue Bo frea agetMa. . Tbwy
have ail. ximpUe4 totoltea.down-th aior
UtribU retulu of the.oalamlty. Bm snoogh
had beta published la tb lint tlurry, before
ths Government bad time to Interfere-, to prove
to a th( the- Federal army of 55,000 bat I feet,
killed, wounded, or prisoner, toBttsking Ilk
30.000 that their bett, artillery ia loet-that
their stores' and ammuoidoa bar falltn lBto
he hands of the secesslouista aad tbst thev
jrlll be well Oontent If they can "hold: Arlipgtou
lllghu for tht next four months'. ' " J -
,Ws Would traee the defeat tf tha Faderaliits
to their employment of militia for oa pnly, w la
guerrilla warfare, or In tllghtengagamtnu, tb
militia would serve all purposes. But here wat
deliberate Invasion of an enemy's eoarrtry,
tod a aseaalt boob poelUont alaberaiely fortt-ied-
.Militia it not detigntd to act slona in on-
eraUons euoh at these. Now the Federal Gov
ernment bav determined to "levy a regular
aratyof 150,000 men. Hot? long milt it take
w aisoipunt tBon a boat a that with tbs a
at ,tne aiipoaal, or th Cabinet! ..Whera wlU
money be procured, lor no European capitalist
were inclined to lend even at 7 per oent. to a
Confederacy wbloh has one legalised "repa
diation." If before tb defeat it wat difficult
to procure a loan of 80.000,000, after defeat
It becomes Impossible. Add to this the Iota of
nsart, toe lost or prestige, the doubt and hesita
tion, Mosequant apoo uc a feilur. 1 If at last
regular army ot laU.UWl ghooid be enwlledi
may well atk, how long would the Northern
States constitute a RepublloT ' ,T
This euecett of the Dbntherbers ft' (Ciaal- lo
the acqalaitioa of aa army of 800,000 iaa.
The planter who made aaojiflce before,, will
make more, because their efforts have been
crowned by to decisive' a tictory. -Erer toaa
Willbeanxiouf to JolrW afili f whTOb bat cot
red itself with atoeW). Missouri. Itunrueke
and Maryland will aaurd!f throw their forces
into the ele.J Wettera Virginia hj already
erkcoated, And ths phantom Senate at' WbeeU
lng lS VJOribttnd. ' The Sreatcr 1 eamnantnaaa
the spirited exertion, tha Imnnlal OA vIm. mt It.
Bohib, are mors thin a match for the solidity of
the North.1 There may be a protraottd context
till, bat there can ba do oonpromiaa. - The
oay tor mat ia patiea. littlinotbs said that
me nortnerntri ngbt ror the abolition ot slave
ry, for they do not. Ia the President's address
there was Dot a word of bona for' ths alava..
rea after to defeat wat known, tbs Washing
ton Senate deoreed that "elavea were to be too
sidered contraband of war." If to. what dn
the Northerners intend to do' with those they
may leUeT- Will tbey work ttenrorsell tbemt
No ons snpposes they will tranroort them- hack
Afriea.and let them lootepathtir twn anil.
layery ,! ooomta, bat. It Js. pav fall, by
flortberft arms; , .i
Whatever ma Gave bWthdnaht nafnnf: It
bow plain that lbs SoutherotN oad resist, aad
wat we war will as protracted. There is aa aad
Mr. Bright' dream of a quick solution o( ths
diffionlty.. .Ths Sonthernert would now aocKnt
nothing ltss than a foil acknowledsmen t nf th.ir
Independenoo.aad of their tlgbtta tattde. r Th
war may b id oswior yeaas, but thlt matt
toe restui t(laW.lt Utnotbndiwnrtl In.
endeavor to procure AoAton from our denanrfnn.i
wy ao ta nope jaat ' .."irrwria. fjiffl.
waiBj wi.aaittiitvsyea,i;ido ,jj )0 rnd !
m!i 'lma taaLcadaa gaea Asf.S Jo tlt oc
'ThetntSlliBenesol a defeat of th Federal
army under General MoDowell wIlT b roelvd
throughont England withpralonnd PPrret 1 TbS
tlgnal ibtory obtained by Seneral MoClellaa
over the secession lt In Wettern Virginia rats,
ed'the bopd that, by bis cew-operatioa with thq'
aiam wa; 01 uv national army IB IDS Ititsterg
divitiod of ths Slate, a blow nvghl be Stuck at
tht Confederktes tuffioiently deoitlva U"tln
tba wat rtrtuall to. etosa. r,Tbtatl.)aattijlpa,
voca.uvoeaaiiappoiata, anil ia place of a
triumph as bars to chroniole a oisattroui rel
poise. " --- a --s a " a
(l it. - a - a- ''-s a -a "-a ai
We cBDOtbnrprled at the'detfraaalae InffaJ
esjoa wbioh tbs iotellicenos of this disaster b.Af
iwaii .aiua.ue iow Aoraananey market,
Ik ia not that the natribtlo ardne fif th Kn.ti
hit been quenched by defeat; or that tny doubt
bat btea gtrjrtd vltb ttgsri . ha tttlaMtg
eao eu tss swatn. , uaf BOOB a erraaat
this, senderlnglaevitable ao extensive protracl
tion of thd War, will necessarily efltall an tnori
moot Increase of 0041 burdens. Tha lose of
in amnery ana rmee eaoDbtt ar ths Federal
army ) in ttseif a very erloof oooel deration,
fop ths defiotenev eannoi bt Immediately tan!
plied, and So long as It exists renders the troops
almost power. for aoiloB, whils the gala of
tbelr adrsrSartee Is" preeisely SottmeDtaritt
wun tneir own loaa. xtai rn atHsarasatnt: sari
haps for soma months, of th wished for peace,
which' will be' the probable result of th Cob,
federate victory, is atf evil of Itfloltely greater
axagaltuda.!' w "ti-M-.w. fi nfii.w.i v
Ths.dfeat at .Ball Can it ia many rtfoeoti
deeply to bo deplored; but it It possible that its
fruit may not M unmixed evil. It ha at least
rendt lmpc-slblajth ooBclnaloa of antf
taoa sagrto ejaatpv onus ay waiuh lol sswtl
i J i . . i . - T
pilot ia the talk of slavery. t( Win mu.a fruJ
woaia nava annua iiaeu onca snora aa nnt.nmi
tio rejoioing in the South, and may, perhaps,
Induce soms'of theTr3Iave States which havl
hitherto maiblaloed 8 tbktwarm alletriansa t
oa union, aioa; iiisutwiv Bsto.BM aaaxSof
9osaioa4 .it, n(ot6t11ho it stay
strrs to lUmalAts tbs North to mors invtterats
antagonism to mat acourata tv stem WfalcB hak
given birth to tha war; and is 'justly' to bet held
reapoiit ible for all mavaUmUassMM-laatew Am
.Let theFdral Gpsaromanl boldly lesorib
7egro. tmauoips,Hon - ppon.lta Bag, and It
Will at once keoura for iu'elf llWwarm tvmD.
T a. , .i .. .. - .
thy and hearty respect ot tha Whole stviliatd
woria, ana material lymrprexitsmte the moment
Of its load wiampb.it War few a ariaaipts may
not seaa ta all men hMruflsbiwi but ia any ae
staao apoa a very SiBertrt grssna from war
for mere domlnlor. vwi aiay saower saagalns
in hoping that ths mtoof th North will ba led
at onoe to perotlvw and tb parwu Aha tosrn
wbloh is Bilk dlbtatea by interest aad prtsarib
d by tJoty. i Bat if mb rwvHS ahxmld prompt
fheat tb deolsvs lhattba extermination af Slave
ry shall bt on of th eotiaomiiaatt af Ihalr
vlotory, Qio shall wa b able tareeognlss lb tha
defost st tbs i ederalr troeew at Bull aa ana
et that dark otoada whlob. hate a altrer lialcr.
.. fv I I . j . A. i .. a .
- ra.l sd tlfcoH f o ,liooi!9ibay4 7,i
.vwii twi4?y--',f.bftsd i's fBbwitt'
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r,Vrt Hf110
tMioolti fo-aWafed-Uwl
Ji prMttoeS) If
A:ttrVa th'Dablid , V.h- '
oopiona graat 1erajafeot taU Atat4
. j t . I .. . r -tt s'w uu
"-'tuinwrMSMIiyaliirSBaaat fmi SaaaaV
tesflAwbloWtt no iratam.1..tn(n.d h.t
lhaAtto aarrig. of aosrt a,, .bio.
,.", i.n.-...w owpHsaraaesrw
'eturned to our own iaooceat jd0 bo are aria.
ners And this come
me from to tacullariUed
J'tJ.Mooflairt tt-elf.'IH ef?.na1r,gBf -atd
Mpiejil. hiefc ttyu '' oow for
ravan,fiowr)r If War at fir!.-''"'"''1
l''- At- AdmtolstTttloi 4traf
War aft mtdrwrionA-aniTlfl th.V .M' it
aaaath A... in : . r--v -
wii dj- in- sue eterclM of rwaw
am, iaon ho TOfrwtsted & febd-
a a tabaa 'st.w- i.
I, wtBs.o. Maf10BrrVaTt7.
trumtoMf ensaged wiA,dt bod aS ftiratsarf
tP.'- b manlfetT'SBat
wejory rais coiiia only be esrrled but, l, a
ease wbr tt thjTBnieBl'hr0 tery strMw
sad WrbllirftiaW-w eV, That rt.r
twist not only 4entalv ki.is ..vi
f tbw GtrrerDmetn.btit poMs o ter strlou
r pwrmsaeBi power -er mischief.- Beots; If
ins -ps-ruo aBgagwd ta tbs strbgat Were OB any-
tbitir'TewembllBr'-eouaf ternaa. Ia 'nt . f
ttfeugth and ffioleocy, kartk prcei)lnr adopt
d on one tide would inerltably ba followed ty
retaliatory taeaattre on the otbr-W)tll," In fh
eno, iss war, instead or being a oonflietof cl
lllied men for orsat and noble obtetota.'affieatinw
tb highest iDterest of ham sully, weald degen-
nnvntrw ana vinaietiva ataira tor tha
pnywcai maBiery,,J ii,:,n)i ti .j',.i. .,.
TperieentlosorBMtffbr UMB'and ph
Uia.iaolfel eji4wtJb'TJniotlced oa a large
cale." The1 object vrf such execution, when
ever allowed, io to fornlsb a tain tary example;
and so to repress aril praotloei, bar hot merely
to destroy human life. Tbs tendency arra af
" nrrwiors, n, very soon so apply to tt
tbS Principle Of all Otha eMIIeal arfaea.
Indeed, il becomes absolutely indispensable to
uw .uia Tipw ot ii, sooner or later, nniesj
mntaal dlspositloa thotrld exist, which ta harolv
conceivable, when a Had is so nnfortuaat at
to oa involved In civil commotion, of drsaehA
int It with Ibdiaorlmlnab al.n ihUH I I.' . J
" Id i bats of ibis sort, lo which onr own feel
logs are interested, we do not always take the
tame view af a qaettion wbioh would occur to
aa ImpkrfUl observer." For example; the Inti
mation lq ths British Farllamaut at as suly
ponou iu oontroversy ttial th erulBers or
tbe seceding Stater might bs regarded as enti
tled to belligerent rights, w-s received with an
almost universal burst of indignation.' 'Bat,
after all, hi thlt respect, as well as In regard t
ths prisoner taken In battle, tbe whole question
finally reiolves 'Itself Into one dependent apoa
tbs relative' tnegbitudS of tna contending
forces: 4 A knot of conspirators may ba bang as
tr&ltort the crews of a vessel or two, assailing
the commerce; of a'DStiob, might' suffer at
plratet bat you otnnot bang whole people,
no tn same prmeipi mutt apply to their ar
my and thetr teet. . In fact, when the rebellion
become of oonseqnence enough to put ths whole
powers of a government to tba test, ta repress
or o resist it, tneo it it war; ss well a rebel
lion, sod ths laws usually In' fores fat war ar
appucaoie to it ana mart D reoognuea. u
erwite, as we bars abort remarked, th contest
Degenerate Into a merely barbarous, mntnal
maasscre, feBtraised br do moral con aidera tions
I .... . , . . . .
or seawca nnnciniea. aernowiMff ea dv avar
ctvilixed people.; - " ' '
la eonlormlty with these visws, ths olvtl war
6f Encltnd.ln the seventeenth can tory, though
carried on with great animosity and many oc
casional excesae, was still directed by ths or
dloaryraleaaf warfare, ia thtAr gaaaral aver-
light, and lbs txejaaoga of BtUonart., tsok plae
Upon tbs usual tarana, aa apoa other .ooesalona.
Id our own revolutionary atrorila It" was tbs
same. ' We' were oolontes la rebellion against
tha mother country i a. armlta were amplayad
Ml r4ooe as te .sabjectloai kbera wax great
conflict of opinion and of aotion among oar own
people; many scenes of vtoienes occurred, es
pecially at lbs beginning tf tbe outbreak, and
in part of tba eauntrt until, tba sad af ths
conflict, bst ths exchange af prisoners regular
ly too, niact. as In all other cases oi war,
thotuih the British Oovamnant ran-ardad It tvnlv
as a rebtiilont Haul k was fioallr com Del led to
apanowieogeour lo-epenueno. , . ,, ,
. We think, thersfpra there thoaU ba no fuf
(ber hestutioo pa ikis.poiott but that tb usual
negotiation should b aandtoted for , tbis pnt
pose, which th necetaity of .the catpj Impera
tively demand. Th real aril ot a. contrary
ooars fallt nnoa oat own traons who are so nn-
lucky as to bt takaa prison-, gnd apoa their
ineoat ana lamiu. , in objepuon U a mere
ly teebaicAl and. theortOoal one,, It. does not
affeot tha main queaikpaat iitu ,( all... W
give np bo right, and k ao akjowle-gmut
of Ptetended rlgku oa- tha atoar aid. . To
teal point is, that sy, who Dot a certain
amount of mLUtary atvieagtbt havabtert sbl to
captur tome of oar frUod. and a pan ertain
weU-ujtdwwod! oopdiUtm act affecting tbs
general QtUoftlq controversy nd qalt apart
troxa t, wa effept jb renditltif of thcat friends
. a-estat. Una kind of eondnat wi
soften tbe alwata haitt ordion f war. bv
foliating li of, B3o parspnal fatliogt, resulung
Irom private grlaa and would tend to
levate it still aura into a aobla ttraggl ba'
coming a great ptopl. Wa deaira te see it a
war af nrinolnle. not ,of naaaoa. and thna to
insuc jtt speedy and succslu,l latua, f 4 J
C'l.mraKaara.aaj i may .pa a rgea in xepv to
thstf .apiaipptr-rWbat, are- job wllllpg to let
tha, traitors g'npunlbdt Are yon ispcawd
to pqt thamvfo tha footing af taly eombatant.
and allow them to b xohanged for a;ood
patriots and honeet meg "lo tnis we answer,
that these qaastion bare bothiog ttf do with
ihe'polnt a Issue. Wear proladd lor' the
afaai by Lb nosslty af tnwce.frsai sattlitig
tha fatura condition of thoee who have offdsded
against tbe laws, and have given np a peaoefnl
snd prosperous country to blood and ravage,
Bat wa want ths good patriots aad hoaeat man
released and, at lor thsrvw ar willing t
dtfe tht ebaraatar they axe tq tustain and tht
final doom of all rebels and traltort 10 tht end
ot Aba wat.7 Wa thall ba deplorably mltUked
It tbey are ta alv anvthing, either af advant
tag or, honor, out oi is, aitner now or wita
posterity. vBut wa wish U to. ba a aobla war,
aaDdaatad aooa BrinciDl commensurate with
its , grand abjeewv deprived . ot , ever, horror
wblab is ot, laseparabl .irODg every war, and
rising ia dignity Mdtrenj(tl,BQtll It reaobe Its
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Boston Courier.
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for tht UfSTATt BBLlBI
nd PXRklASXlfT CtTRB of 0 1
dlstreaslng eoaplalnl as J .
al viii a.wt aiM Bjaui Mii it
aoaeV. -fyifb1fff."s .MVWaaaa ."
ou-.;e 4rio ! ke aaat haahy aaat.ii .kiA
iuohva B) 8 A & B B S C 1 8 8 -rj.
nart-dawlyl -.wiito H ij . n
eiB li'lw lH'f nu niiiia. i " I ' ',, ' ,
TTTA la RANTED P8BBIO " ' "
vl.ine Bhirt Bosom -Plala aad laawB'fl'l" '0
A a l BMetlusaad aiiasss Llnaan..-. r i .-, , ,t, -.
iitsr7 :mWm,.i!
it ,.- B-J4aaCabrteeodongwp., .
(Tf h .!), I e.lU Dm. Unas TowwlHng aad BbMra
I !i!i-u luea aapaaa an vrmtv w.i.J ji.i
,UU Unen Table 0 lUa aad Batla Daao-afea. , , . . . .
I I . ,'.., Linen Towela with aolorod border,'
J'.)Jlt'l( ' Umm llr (ln.rln.k 1V ' !.(
Liiii ! n- Bereatoafrtowsriaa.'!-'
aw a oa,4
,ra,,.r')! , Ho.tSSMOtUlsktrMtH'
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8 Tleicet Klo , ' : V ! .
1 Otak PrtedBtl(r et ,w r,:. mi ,u
w St Barrsh Whit Wheat floar, ',. ,rtem:-.
Ail M.t Red (XxtraJ.i I-,..,. , ... , r
i.B Store ad tor sale by '
twgl8-3l'l ,W-I M. - Kit Bouttt Hih 8toMl.
-T ',"-'. - - - i- n i l
TTTAKTfD W.OOO Onetonors to btif I wnt Aabr-
V lr.S t M. WIXX'B UhsapAnbrolVTO Jtoon.
Blr:ha..r-,4 3 ahorthef Ue Auitiiuaa botel, Ve
.n,bfl. iw i 1 'l ' t. .' v.'rln ii.ifti"
m t, ui pot ..iM.":.n o.
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M"I -SlA)Mf
aainaenna saaaita, Waoostaa Cooaa, f-nnias aaa
eosutoa Ooeaea, lUoaatirua. earn Taaaaa JamwartT
ilway, fcruneni M ttTSZ
I,0.L'L!! "Pwler. I read fVoaa allOplataar
BaMtw pnpertlea-aaay e ad a- . -
tatttat. Mat wttTbarJeet SOBaw eataato aaaua
Lr.M...:..-,:" .titOlil
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TOtU ANODITO,
M'.IJo.'T.c:"!
World, satalntnc ao a partiale af Opeeaa, aewsaysak
stsae eat atrtouy a aiaaa aad a-aaioal praawetaa.
A ears Baaady for Bstmaiata, BaBiiaaTiasTaoew.
auv ravsn,
all are offered.
? Wsawaa la a assat sarlaoti
BHIWat, UOH.I.ITa. kit- .-( . .!. 1. t.
?! pJ.!f' t.m'l'1m, ta eeaatipa
lory offeeta of Optoaa.
ToPby-krtana, Potamla aad Trial BetUaawfll bs eant,
and to Dealer ar Invalid a Saatilaia
JpCtmmff9-9$MtMp t n " -- - - -
Prepared under ttetpetM tapaivhlea el ! .
i . .,JOIlH 4 HCPJH BW BIX T
-".no i . '- - tmam wnfniawiiat Va
. JsTa 9 CoauBsrslal Wharf, Bostoa, Wif-'
' fe wkoa ptoaae Araet all eaaaealne-,li.aw B9 ,t0
Prieoo-Larr Oougk Beaady, 8S eaatt pi battle.
Small - 88 - - v ' n
- JBsAaadyim,''. .,'. . , .a
Poraale by tba aaanl --' - mi -..
:TaTe BtiruBL, t.uitn,"
una a. vwa, J. M. DKMIfl.
0. DBMia a SONS. A. 1. Bmmar.r.na a. lAa
-" 'f fW Wte eti
No 4 GhvviiiialBlock-
1 Aa: P. . STONE &i O'HARRA ,t
M aaeh .stock of Ooods baa ever bees betNurhl is
this aarluft. (ba South, to eoooaoa
ef WtofaUaai
ot tn grain atop, has not been able to parafeaas the
aalaaaatlty ef rk goods, and thi bathes fates tbe
. 1 e pnoin aaeaoa. Oar bayar
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WEOANT DRESS BILKS,' ' v J-"I
OTTOMAN VETLOURS, ' u
v. ) , BROCHI V A UNCI AS,
, ,. -M - 7 rftlNTEO MERINO! ,
.' ! t , PRINTED COBUR&3.
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS, ' ' "
' FANCT WOVEN FABRICS, -
4 t. ! .1 ALL WOOL DELAINES,
rur Luna, ruiNTa,
DELAINES'.
.e iff to
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Jive Thflusaod'I
Bought in One, Day, (i
LADIES FUaS,
:,..m
HOSIERY DEPARTMEHX.::
lea's, Lad lea aad Children's Cedar Skirts aad Deawanu
Udlaa, Miaass aad OnUdrea'a Hosiery ef aU Unas, ia
Waal aad Laab's Wool; ftaaag Lined and Oettoaatovae
of every sank.
aiao .,. ., ,
A oemplete asaortment of all ths nsnal rarls
Ussof LADIES' CLOTHS, ' 4 "'
X3ASSIMERE9,
OVERCOATINGS,
'' ' ...TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, '
RIBBONS, ' :"-'"-
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladles and Gent's Undo Cambrie Haad-
i r Atercliiea, ften
To person wh sail oa as, wa sMea 'mat wnM. t
ttoa Uaaa the torgaat. beat and eheaaaet ataak or .
da enarhai. aa nu tkaai aa !. .
hour while looking. v?
oaei-siyaaawitw. ' r BTOBB m OABBA- J
hew
ARRIVALS
OTT
nwi . - . .
Spring ' & . Suiumer
ae sn 4MVaaxtanaa
" I..-M
rnovi latest int-oKfiTtoW.oi-
NEw.;t.o.xx:rrV:
i. o iv.:. hi vncm.1-,;,, b.3
Spring & SnTnTncIjKItoiy
Is bow toaptoto, eoapiW( ovary vartotp f KlUa
tryi also, large aaserlnsat ef BaWeidaif. Boelety
andBoBeaa, Aaaia8aUUatsad sriM Stat tsar
not all toaalt all w nay fitvsS ta WUk kdUI.-fks
eedshsflMta aMagMtPala prion, aadamtaadM
atassaaUadvaaWMaarW j y 'o.-arf 4 .Mebsil
'"Jin
Miss M. E. TOUNO, lata af Jf( JTftiiCAl,
will saperfctaadth Milliaary ttepsrtowBb,. jtsgjtpg
exprlDje la tba most PaahioaaM JtstabHsbataqt it
Bnadway will aloao b a warranty that ah wlUta l
to gtre sattrs satiefaetloa to saaltort of Wato Is sSwbs
aaytkvor bar with thetr eedats. 1 hi .ojiitb wr
-tb lasts t Oaronla ab wWahW rBl aaa as
stsiny aaaere ttaakl tor tbir. Ubeaat patnaaga, asd
woalt rtspsetfally seUctt a seBtlaaanee ef th sane.
;.( R. H. TT" ATU3,
i a East Tawat Bt., Calaaabwa, ?,
tTxaxB oarrTBMDKi. . . . trswar 'r'. CsimifBui
' 8. It H. T. CHITTENDC-f ,,t4
' "' ' ATT0B5BT8 AT WW. i i ".tlt .
" JCf OOUat, tt9 Bntdway' few tork llty,'''id
PaMts Btn-MM, Celaaaa, Obis. i'.: t'a
BJTlMSfblattoaltSB paid to 0llsttfs t1 tl J( ,-
aprUftdta
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Til
I.IlJ
cS3 X331at3XX
t .ti '.'..,1 b,:l ,rdvJ'
mAxmfAamm ajt wvoumi fuuM m r .
af:APtuDECLpTG.
b il .'-,- '. A-L.A.ti-Oi'e-'
.. f!1t
TI? ,'.T 1
A Largs
.OoOSdlp
: ' ' "! VAIiVtSOBCt ld ,
V) n'1,',1.. i ma a.i I i til c - f ti i
AsssttaMat al Fiaae akl ItintUhttt
Oaada OGaataatly fai Esal;trt, t :
EAGLE BRASS Y7OKK0,
Carnrfrlnaj'tl7l tta' ' .
pOtixa-ilbttp1, .'O lit J
"tad ManatWitorwi of Brass and r-f' C'.n-fli,
Ptolatad Braae Work f ail H,u.,ua. r
i i"-"" ,f.iV .... ; .. '. a, k 'A 'i;fl
:'i,n.iil,mlVv S ,.f A .
ito"fc4ly,iivlB4.i V ..iv.l.'i
i. F Lo" tLmr andHeidlc ia' ia
ItbnsaoeaaaLaasl aawhfada -
x... niij wmbo mi mww iwa as laeea large aaaa toea
advantage of tbaas, aad we eaa and will sell Wgoad
here, at lea thaa any oa wh parakaaat taw - ilTT
r-aiwweaasa xettu Uwstook Ism
l t mfU o'l'-l M ar! n? sd li

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