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ipwtr In the Tri-Weekly without ehrg.' ' ,
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- All tnuititnU aintrHummtt mutt ii ptttd far in
"4 aivana. Tb rait wlU not b ndd ba. .
WMkly, mb pricouth Dilly, whan thdTrtlMt
. miiu neuiTtion. wner n vtu tndWoeku
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Stir tht ntet of the Diilv .
Mo tdTtrtlHmtnt Uken except for a deftalU ptriod.
BUSINESS CARDS.
! , P. A. B. BESIKnil, . ;..
Attorney cvt Laxr
AINU WOTART PpBLI& , I
Offlce Ambot Bnlldini, oppoelt Capitol gqnart." , '. ' ,
it OOtUltBOS,OHI03
c L. OSBOIINID, ; ,,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
" " ' MARIONOHIO.;,!
; Machine Manufacturing Company
ANDFAOTUUB1 0
STEAM ENGMS" BOlLliIRS,
OutlBgi, mil-CrWtnr, Kiohlatry. ; j
alio; . ' .', ,
Rollroad "Woxrls.
or iTr Dtsctjmon.
COLVIHBIIS, OHIO.
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1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
"IJL" ""'""J
RAILROAD.
Ooueettnf at Orettllne with the PITTSBURGH, FT.
WATN1 k Oil 10 A00 RAILROAD
Ar fitUbwrgi, thttadelpMa end Baltimore. Mto
for Ibrt Wayne and CMcogo.
Ooantotlni at Olereland with the LAU BH0B1 RAIL
ROAD
rr Dunkirk, Buffalo, Alkany, Boa.
ton, and New tork. .
THREE TRAINS DAILY.
IX0KPT BUNDAT, i
Iron Oolunbut, In eonnettion with Train, on the
LITTLE fl I A mi AND COLt79IBfJS
i t AND 1EHIA BaILBuABM.;
?IBBt TRAINS ,r ,
HIOHT IXPRI88. Leiret Oolnmbaa atl.tO A, II J
will ItaT panengert at all lUtiona aonth of Oallon,
tap at Delaware, Aihley, Oardlniton and Olltad, and
at allttaUoaa north of Oalioo, atrlTlnr at Oltnlaod
at 8.00 A. M., Dunkirk :00 P. M.. BaBals 4:SSP. If.
Albany 1.80 A. U., New York 8:33 A. M.. Bottoa 8:J0
. P. at., Pltuburgh Tia Oreitllne 1:80 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. il. Chicago il Orettllne at 70 P. U.
BI0ONB TRAIN. . ,f
' WW TOBK EXPRESS LeaTM Oolurobot at 11:10
a. b. Will atop atLewla Centre, (for Whit lulphar
' tprlniri), Delaware, Oardiogton, Oallon. OreelUn. 8hl
iS, Mew London, Wellington and Grafton, arrlY at
Olttoland at 3:33 p. m.; Dunkirk, 6:50 p. m. Buf
falo, 103 p. m ; Albany, 8:45 a. m.; K.wToik, 1:45
. . .! Bciton, 4:40 p. n. TMe Train aoontol at Sh.l
bf for Baodoiky, and at Giafton for Toledo, arrlrlni at
Ioldat!4Up. B. ., -
THIRD TRAIN.
HAIL AND A0C0MnlODATinUr.i fi.innhn.
. at 8 JO p. m. Will atop at all alatloa oath of
.. Shtlbjr, and at New London, Wellington, :rafton,
., and Bareaj arrlrlnf at Vlereland at M p. m.t Dun
, kUk,8il0a. n. Buffalo, 3:i0a. B.; Albaaj.a tW p. m.
BtwTork, 720 p. m.j Boaton, 11:45 p. m.t Htttbargta,
VaCrtlUn... 11:54 p. m. Philadelphia, 1:09 p. nu,
Chicago, (o Orettlina, 0:45 a. B. Tale Train eonneela
. at bhelhy for Danduth and Toledo, airlring at Toledo
at 1:54 p. m, . . ". ;c ,
Patent Sleeping; Car are run on all
- Night Traini to Chietgo, New v
York and Boitoa. v, ,t i
. Baggage OhtcJud Through to Kmt Tori and Boeton
via Oerelancb aleu, to fkilaitipMa mnd ,
t '.- ' -Aw iorktia Orutline. - ,i. . !
..-.V;1 y RBT.uNjNpC-:
Might Szpreai arrlrta atOolambna at.ullilS V. M. '
- j ti ClaeJanati kspreai arrlTea at OolankMat 10:50 A at.
... . AotoBBsdatloa Biprtt arrlTttat Oalnmbna at 7:30
M, , - y . a j'
, , Jfar a Low aa by any tar Bonte.
Atk fa TieieU via OrZif CfIanI.
-l.B. BLINT. ' '
t ' Superlnt4ant,-CITelan4,0ol.
.' l ! aiUXM PAtTBRBON, Aawoii
v . . Oolombua, Ohio,
ibu, June 17,181.
Oolui
.' ' "' . ' " Jttit Be'MlTadJ
A A II F. CH GREEN and BLACK
vv Mi.rn.rn oage prua au gont
lov yvw'wv"! vhwu uvTtnwiBi Jin UDCNl I fjc
i ii nan ueyion uoue.-; -r : j . t . l i
UObblt. ttandard Whlt Burara, oontltUng af PoW-
drd, Uhruahed, urannlated A and B OoOa.
. 80 quintal! George Bank Oodnah.' it i-,:,,i j,',
. gobble, lleaa and Mo. 1 llaokcrtK., .r t
B tea. Pick Salmon. ' " ' ' I"
. n 10O bat. Layer BaMlM, I tU ,(", '
. loSar-.tSfS; 2-.T-f-C- I
lOO M Olgart, dUrtnal Wand and grade, i ('. -otU7
WM. liePONALD.
M. C, LILLEY,M
And Blank-Book KannJanturer, I '
ElflH TEJ35T, COTJlOUa, OHIO
Red, yjutft wd Blnc
'" u. KIBBONBf -I'
.awrtrnn. .
r Tnaf .iiUim ka - .-
Jutt opened by
;'o..t.iArKfcioii,
Mo. It BoBta High i(rt. a
Jl HEW HOOP IKIKT, .
i ''iroiw, wrjia mba Itbiii. "
-j Har luliwoalvvd a new aako'of H0OP BKIBTI
tatabod in a Banner tar superior te any yet Introduoad
.''-'wjaAJlLaTY AND GBACEFULNE3s!;
i
r (' .'lahSH, V K ! ,1 f r. V ft
.i OSfv' J-a ,si. tl) M ,1 ..1U'.'J4 VJ
I'oJlfVtfdievW-e.H . t'H-js .
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ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
TheLateit-ltr Urgoiill.,'4 Beiti
- Tha CiespMt Eouj ti Sett, i
;J . . mm 'j r , . J: ! 1 J
To Bloat Bella! taja.dard An
thorltr UoEacUalkBABrtutf.
'r-H ja -. ;. a Jniei art t Jbiaont jgwaOrw of Chit,
" 'Bit iirtrLinr MOnoifAir bxtaki."
I
IMeraty Men jfnrtikere.
'Hei areapwamafa Hundrad Toonaaod Worda,
waoet nuttfarloat Bean lap and darirationi, tawtther
wlU theti aewraot aweaUatvaae peowaelalbwi are alauljr
et before U ,..; , , .
-:r-i .-i-.o-J l) n, 7. QbttnmaU Ctmmmytal,
Bead til booteUm of the Uemter of the Ohio BUU
..-..-. jMaoher'oAeeoeUeiom, rr
Th BBdantgaed, Beabei of th Onto Itat Taaohtrt
aitociiUon. adopt and aha to ate In taachlnr, writing
wpMiliit, aba OTthograpfa and pnaaneUtloa of
Woretr Bal Quart Dutlatiary, aad a aaeet tor
diallr nemtBta4 It at tht aaoet reliable alandariaav
thorlty of the BnglUh lugugt, aa It la now writtt ana
IpOktTH
loirii jbretiwt, Pretldeni Kenroa OoIUre. ' ' r "
' . Lawowrr, Itrintendeirt Ium trill Bohooll.
, Taw. W. Baarar, aapt Haaalea Daioa BcbMli,
: H. f. Oowoaar, lup't Public achoola, anduak.
mJ t08' ut't ' Bohoola, OlrtteTlll. v
laarou, PUndpal Cltrtlud Vernal Boalna-
f- MrmrntL, apl PabBa Bcaeolf , Mt. TJnloo.
Jou Owdbii, Prlnelpal ttaU Mtraal Sohool, Mlnnt
ata. i, , ,., , , , ,
Waaaw, PriMlpaJ, f sxta IaUrmedlaU fchool,
'H.l, aLaavn, lapH Oantoa Vnloa lekaol.
lawn Baaaa, Prlnelpal UNI Rtraal leaaol.
' T.TA,,i"' 'rf. HaUnaiatio, Ohio ColTtrattj.
War, W. BDWaJtot, Snp't Troy Union School.
A. Q. Honua, Prinolpal Teat Blab. Bohool, 01m
land. ....... 7
I. A. NotTOH, Auoelata Prlnelpal High Ichool, Clerf
BOd. '
Inoaoma IVmuaa, Prtodpal ElgH lebool, Olert
wad. .
B. t. Hcaiarot, Principal Olrrtland Inatltnt. "'
i. A. QABnau, Prtttdeat of BletUo IaiUtule, HI-
ftflBa
W L. IlAB,Pror. of Ohemlitrr, Ohla Wtakyaa
unrivraitj - '
H. H. Bajum, Ix Oeaalawloaerof 0oBBa tobool,
Ohio. '
lutm kfomtoa. Prof. BhMorte, dberlla Ooltof" '
- Tao. Bill. Pretldent AnUaah Oolltte. -
0. W. . u. OaTBsaJtT, Prof. auHamatlca, High
Ichool, Dayton.
0. Cacniicea, Prof. LAnroigt, High BcbooL
vajwat
I. M. Baaaaa, BapH Unkta Bchaala, Aihlaad.
More than Bin Hundred ether Preeidente of OoOe
gee, frofeeoore. Author tmd JHeMngutihed Bduea-
Hrt, nave onaoreta tAe aoove omttmml. , (
PRESIDENTS Of COLLEGES IN OHIO.
: HaanrrTA Oouasa ''It Inly a aagaiaotnt work,
an honor to to author, tb pabUahra,and th whole
uuoiry. rrtnaeni Andrew.
t)no Wawuraa UirmrairTT It uoeed my expecta
llone. It wUl be a ntd In erthompby and pronun
ciation, and will ofteab aonnltedbyBeforlt neat
ana aoourate deanlUoni." Pretldent Tnoarjpaoa
W. B. iTitmn flfluaaa. "nnitnfrt w hareutd
WtbtUr' arthownnhv. At a raaatia Baatlna? of our
faculty, it waa decided to chant It t conforB to that
of Woroeiter'f Royal Qaarto Dictionary." Pretldent
uaiuaiua
. Wavrna Ranav Ooujo. "I find It Worthy of
wiai approcaUta." Prattdaat atwon.iak.
Otantnt Oouwa. "It Btoia tbaa Bta bt expeett'
Uon. I reeoBBMnd It aa tat ttandard authority in
orthoepy to any ehildrtn and mf pupHt." Preeldeat
aotfao.
Ajmaca Oouaea. "I adopt and ana to aee la ttaeh-
Bg, wnunaana tptacmf , in onnofrapay ana pfonum
eiaaoB oi w ore. tat t aoyai tgaarto LlMBaauury,"
rrttUMttt iiui. v - . . '
"In all bv wrlttafi attakfaif , and taaeMaa I bar '
dearorad to aoafonq to th rnlt for orthography and
Pronunciation aaaontalnad In Wom.aftar'a DfattlauatT.'1
Bone Uasn, lata Pmldtnt.
Kurroa Oouaaa, Quittn. "I sort cordially reeowi
Bond It a th BMtl rellabl ataadard aatbority of tb
BnglUh languag at It 1 bow written aad tpoktn."
rrtauient anaiewa. r -,. . . j
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Irom Boo. Aneon "1 OwbaF of Common
"Th Stanomry to aa awperiahafcl awnujairt loj the
learainf and ladutity mt It aaliwr, aad aa honor at th
world of letter. The mechanical eatetBUon I far tup
,rir to that of any ether Lxlooa with which I aa ao
quaintM." - 1
row Hon. B. B. Barney. BoyOommtetloner oj
, , . outvote tr vntot
"Th moat rtllable ttaadarl aulhsrlty of tb las-
gutf-' .
waaT rai
ZjetMUns Nerwiapapor of QMo Say,
Iron the Oleoeted Oroide Marohm. ,
Tb orthography of the WoroeeUr Slettonary I that
. J . II . ,. . .1 Jl.llull.. I .1.1.
country and Bngland, and oonformj t th general aaage
01 orainary nmttrt ana tpoacnt.
Whatanr ertludloe Bay bay txtitad ortTlouily
artful itndy of thia toIub will In variably b followed
by a warm appreciation oi it great awnta, ana a air
to add it to tn wall attoet library, a it large or (Ban,
It It a library In Itself, and will renin aa iBperiaha'
bit record of tb learning of lb) compiler. i
from tht QmmnmH OommeroUl of April V).
Her are apward af a hundred noaaaad word rood.
bad and Indifferent whoa Balttfarioaa aaanlng and
derivation, together with their (orreot palling and pro
nuotlatlon, arc act clearly befor the eye.- The work II
unquestionably the greataat Tbttaama of Bngllah Words
rer paMaabad. '"J'
Jrom the OloeiaU flaMeatir eStpt.n, 1880.
Brldntly Vnoarrn'l Bov.l Qoaaro DronoHtar il
not only the latt, Out the aaar worl of tke land or it
aaied.aadeaa by a POMiMUty uAr by ooenparleon or
oontroTerty. T .
. ,' JVwit (he 7Uedo BtaSe of May .
A ta nawoama'THMi. Woacama a m BtajraaM
followed by oar beet an thorn bi doanltlona be la
Bathing to be daalred. aad la gaaoaaararr U at aaowieni
U aay Uut WoaertTU aaabe aalriy lailowad. , t
INQilAlV et fiUAOO,
PabUahora, BookaolUra Btatioaera,
NO, 101 BTJPJBIOB ST., OLBTBLAND, OHIO.
Bail - ' " 7 '''...'...'"..'(
J THE . MUTUAIi BENEFIT ! ;
LIEE" INSURANCE COMPAJNY,
'Jp lSTGyTeVlslAToTm
DlTldna Jannarr li 110 1 1 AS For Oeat
A1IBTB.. ............. ......M;...UM to.
, in f tataoteat Janmary i 1881a
Balance, pten! Jan. art, UMt.... $3,400,561 38
Atteaifau ior rreaiqaa r . .' h
lng th tear lttt. S 753,053 93
BeodTtd few mterttt daring ' ' 1 '
tb year ltM .. 114,014 II
Total rolpf for m..'.-m,vHn 74 ' ,
PtJd01ainwbyDeaUV37,050 00 ; . '
Paid PoUeka aauiapt ' " V 1 . j .' A 3 i
ieni 41,m89 ... - i
Paid Balarft, Poit- ' .
. age. Tax, - Bs-v
.change, ate 11,930 54 , ,v,l ,
Paid Ooamtaalenf to ' '
Agaata ....i.. I1.1S3 31 .i . r i a (. .
Paid Phyalrfant' feet,. S.lWd 75 ,, ,
Paid Annuitlea..M 117 00
Paid DiTldtnda dur-' " " -
lng th year 186,500 75 S05,0n CI 411,B7B 14
.'. iolano January 1st. 18ei.M.....i3,euH N
Oath ea Band. ...... ...... ,83M 18..
Bond aad ktortgageaoa Beat
BtUte, worth ooabw to
amount loaned 1,37,841 (9
Pranlnra Hot, ea Pollcle
In fore, only drawing e per
ana, Intataat........., M,M 17
Baal Ita.-..-..nr-..M , 80.8i5 17 -,
Loanaoaaorlp 1,831 44
f rtmtumt, Motaaaod Oun, In '
. oourtof tranaalitloa.... . 4SBd 71
,"v f
total AsMts..., ......
S,81tJMS
T,ITBrcutmmtlnni1ng......tftdl8BI
1,433 ntw Polletos tav bean laaaed dartna the year.
. Attar a tanfal ealeulatioa cf Die piwatBt tala of th
attmndlBg PolMf tfa Ompaay.aad kavteg th
neoeeeary amount In reeerr UMrefor, th Director
lurr aeotarea a vmpwm oi as per cent, oa the Preai
a ait paid at tb able rata, to all poHata for life m fore,
ewnad peter StJaeaary 1, 1800, payabl awiardlng I tat
nreeent ml of the Ooapany.
Bate for all kinds of III ConUngenctet, roMet.
Btat.Batamentt, and Anplloatlona, will b furnlthed
wrraeuf aiut at VM UAo or Aaeiat t ta Com
-.!.
R0BT. Ii. ATTIBi0ir,T14nl..
Y ' . -.-'i It. 0. wBOTBBjtlo PrM4da.it. .
BBNJv0..iaUIB, Beoretary, . ., . ... :
a. aaa iVBtJcvvit ywiw,
no, -Jon nana ntoox,
UarcnSa, 1801; ')
Ooluabua, 0.
plain anh riocREn black
X imB BILKS, of every grade. Tb aaoat a
aatertoaaat la th elty, and at BottnaiKmabl rat,
,'.," BAIN dtBOtr,-
';:- ".'mv) eMaj
i
Scrofulai or. King's Evil,'
at a cuuMiituuunnt, uiacaao, m corropuoit vi Ww
blood, by 'which thU fluid becomea-iritjatad, -weak,
and poor. ' Heine -in the crircttlatiort,',it
perrndu the whole bodr, end rnajf burst but
in diteaa on &tf part bt it. Kb brpiui ll free
from Its attacks, nor ii there One which It may
not destroy. 'I bo teroiuloug taint U. variously
caused by mercurial disease, loW 'living, dis
ordered or flnhculthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy hnbits,' the depressing tides, and,
above all, by tlio venereal infection. ' What
ever be its origin,' it is hereditary ia the coo
etitution, descending " from parent to children
unto the tliiid and fourth generation" indeed,
It soems to be the rod of Ilim who aays, -1
will, visit the iniquities of the faUieri upoB
Uielr children,,",, ; , ., , ;
Its effect commence, by deposition, irom the
blood of corrupt or ulccroua matter, which, in
tin lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings j and on
the surface, eruptions or tores, foul cor
ruption, wliich gender in the blood, depresses
the euergius of Fife, so that scrofulous conetitu
tioni not, only suffer' front scrofulous rcom
pluints, but they have fur less power to ,witlw
stand the attack of other diseases! wiuc
quently vat numbers perisli by disorders
which, although notsorofulous Q their nature,
ar still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Host of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination j and many
deatructivo diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are actrrnvatcd bv tlie same cause,
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their persons are invaded By this lurking in.
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To clennse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, tnd in.
vigorate it by healthy food end exercise.
Such medicine we supply in ' ' i
. . . t.:,;fi . 1
Compound Extract of Sarsaparllla,
the most -effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing end fatal malady. - It is com
bined from the most active remedial that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system - from its destructive consceucncos.
Hence it' should be employed for the curs of
not only Scrofula, but also those other silec-
tions which arise from it, such as Ervptivi
and Skin Disbases, St. Akthony's Finn,
Rosk, or Ehtsifblas, FutFi.BS, Pustules,
Blotches, Blains and Boils, Tomohs, Tf.tteb
and Salt Kiieuv, Scald Head, Iunoworm,
Hheumatikm, Syviiilitio and Meuuuial Dib
faf., Dnoi'sy, Dyspepsia, Deml.ty, and,
indeed, all CoMVLArrTTS aiitsimo) rnax Vitia
ted ou Impure Blood. " The popular belief
in iinmmtu of tto blood" is founded in truth.
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
nnrticular nuruose and virtue of this Sartntitt
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without wliich sound health is impossible' iu
contaminated constitutions. ' '
,; AYER'S
Ague Giire,
roa Tin speedy curb or ,
f ntrrmlttent Fewer, or Fewer aadlghe,
nemlttcut Fewer, Chill Fovr, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache, or Billon
Headache, and Billon Fawcra, Indeed
for th whole claia of dleeaaee orlglnata
lng In biliary derangement, canted by
the Malaria at Bliaamatle Couutrlc..
We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy ia invaluable m districts
where theso afflicting disorders prevail. This
"Core" expels the miatmatio poison of Feveu
AMD AOUR from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of Us premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest.. The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fkvek kin AotiB prevails, every body should
have it and uso it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered fur the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittents is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious eflccts whatever upon the constitu
tion. Uhoso cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease. '
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the musinntio poison. ' A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which nre
Seiiiahin, Hhtumaiitm, Gold, Headache, DtiniL
nets, Toothatie, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal
pitation. rn-ifid Affection of the aplcen, Hyttrr-
ics, I'utn in rn uuweu, vouc, raraiytii nnu ut
rungemtut of the Stomach, all of which, when
origlnutnii( in this cans, put on the intermittent
time, or become periodical. This " Ceng " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
resiuing in in lnaianoua usiricis. ', ii laaen u (na
tionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the avatam. and cannot
accumulate in autficient quantity to ripon into dis
ease, lienca it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittents if thev avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords. 't
Prepared byDr.J. C. ATEB It CO., towsll, Mass.
ROBERTS et BAMTJBL. Columbus: is
And by Drnrrlit and Dalra everywhere. ; ,c
novvtiya.iwaw .
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fall.
iweredClyoe-bollt Hteamers sail every rjai
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United Bute llall and passenger,
NORWROTAtr. . , NOHTTi AMERICAN,
BOHFMIAN, " r, -' ANQLO-BAX0N,
nuki a BRrroN, luburman, i .
CANADIAN, . , t NOVABOUtlAN.
hartest, Cheapest and atUcbeai Con.
vcyaue aroaaa -s,
AXSSIU TO AIX MXM Ct tUROFl. '
. ICtto OI pBuatwwra to Kurapej, !
- two, too. eao. - :.;
WlU tall froa LIVERPOOL every Wedneaday
calling a
LONtiONDBRUI, to receive oa board and land Mailt and
PamerErera. I and from Ireland and Scotland
UjIheee Bleaaer are built of Iron. In watertight
etwparinMnt, carry earn an experienced Bargeoa, ana
every attention M paid to IB eonrort and aocomuioKa
tlon of otaaantert. At they prooeed direct to LONDON.
DIRT, th gieal risk and, delay of calling t I. John's
a avoided. n r s -
Olaagew paatenrer are fanltnd with msi pssag
OcMtt to ana from iiondonaerry. .
BXurn Uokete treated al reduced rates. -. I J
Mrtlnouee latued for carrying to and brlngttigbat pas
sneers froa all th principal town f Chreat Britala aad
Ireland, at reduced rate, by this (in of (teamen, and
by tb WA8UIN0T0N LINB Of BAXUNQ PACKBTB,
leaving uwrpoei vry wa - , (
Isrtat Draft for t and upwards pay
ablelnKDsrlaBd, Ireland, Soot-
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Co-Partnerahip.
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onJAUBS ADOf B BAIN aa partner In ay bad-
new, which will at after be eonduoted under th tna
M Uaia a bob- , , P. BALN, X BoaUl Jdlgb St.
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l .. - s DEBBT KtSIILEB,'. rir'-.'io ;
fLat of PhaWs BtUbllthnMCR'. T.,) PloprtstoV
tb New Tork taehlonable Bbavlnr. Hair Cuttlnw
Bhanipeoning, Catling and Drttttng Saloon, laet Butt
; ptraet, ever Ui Post OIBo, where satlafaetloa WUl
t f'vwa in all th various branch. Ladies
Children's Bslr rilng don la th pert style.
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Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Clucianatt, Daytotf rndlmapolis!
tl i,: - j -yi' -'J k-' r ftela 13' i tact ,
Tbroqgh.lp jbioUmttoli wUhct pbAngoof Cars
tn d bul On Chofof,Ce.re betwolBl . t
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AOOOHHODATIOlf at I a.'a.. stooDlnr at all
ikmt ha two Oalaaan aad Oladnaarl and Dwton. tr-
nvlna at ' akMOa m. i-n.. aa at Uaatoa at
8 10 a. ra., coaccllt at jpaytatf JUwllaaipeUA aA
. -i . . i,.i:i.Zu.'.uu U..aJ xuirt
Ha. 1 lYPRTatft it in., v.. .tAt,nna ml J1Tmr(tot.
London, Oharleston, Oedarvllle, Xenla, Burleg Valley,
Oorwln. P reeport, fort Ancient, Morrow St.. Lebanon.
Poet.r'a, Leva Ian and Slllford, aerlvln al Cincinnati
at4.3Q p. m.,Dayui at -dl p. B.eatlawni th
Ohio and HiMuttippl Ralrroad for Loolsvill H-J-i Tla
vsunei. uairo, nt. ionit. newurieana, tic.i at vaytoi
fot Indlanapolia, Lafayette, Terra llaute, Chicago w
all Wettarn points. :. t v
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viitaiDu ana Atnia. ana at spring valley,, uorwin,
nonww aaei novcaaaa, arrmng at utncmnau at. a
u: i :: ? -fourth train;. ".
HIOHT EXPRESS, via Davtoa. at 19 00 aidnisht.
topping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Hiddletowa and
Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at 5.85 t. m.J at Day
ton at 8.53a. B. connecting at Cincinnati with the
uniaaautuaippiiuiiread lor Loultvlll. rantvnie,
Tlnoennet, Cairo. St. Loula. HtBDhla. Haw Orleaaa.
and all point South and Bonth-weat; alto, at Dayiea
or laaianapoiit, iaraytt, Terr Hants, vnicaga, to.
ITT lor further Information and Through tioket.
appiy to b. i4, uunuBiit, xicsetageni, union vepot,
vuiuaiou. i i i ,. , .i , .
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General Ticket Agtnt, Cincinnati,
' JNO. W, DOIIEBTf, I
""" 'T " 'r Agent, Oolumbas,
' B- W. WOODWARD, i
- Superintendent, Cincinnati.
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EAST.
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RAILROAD:'
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Shortest Quickest & Most Reliable
Koute to all Eastern Cities !, ; .
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. Trains Leave Columbus as follows i '
. U0BNIN0 XXPBB88 ! i'.
Leave Columbua 1.30 A. kt. front ITnlen Depot, via
Bel lair or Bteubenvlile t arrlveaat Bellalr, 10. SO A.
M l Bteabnvlll.18.80P.M. Pltteburgh, 3 40 P.M.;
Harrlabure, 1.10 A. M.: a AUentotcn. arrlveaat Bew
Tork 8.00 A.M.! eta Philadelphia, arrives at Phila
delphia, 3.10 A. At.) New York, 10.30 A. M. Connecta
also at Harrltburg for Baltlnon, arrlvlngat 7.45 A. at.
Bleeping1 Cara attached to this Train
Proln Columbut, ran dlreotly through ta Bellalr or
rittsbargn witnout ebangei and Pastengers via Allen.
town arriv in new lor a at 0 A. M,.,
irrrwo hours is adtanob oi northeru
This Train also connects at Boll sire with the
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Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
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PITTBBUBQQ BXPREBS. ' -1
Leave Columbut 11 83 A M ; from Union Depot, Via
bteubenvlile; arrive at Newark, 13 50 P. M.; Coahoc
ton, 1.15 P. M.i Bteubenvlile, 0 P. M.j Pittsburg, 8.40
P. at. irpThts It in only rout by which Paeeengert
can leave Cincinnati at 7 A. M.i go through to Pitts
burgh la daylight, without Chang of carter. dhVc i '.
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Leaves Colombo 3.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Belial re; arrives at Newark, 3.83 P. M ( ZanetvtHe,
4 33 P. M l Bellalr 7. 54 p. M.j Pltreburrh, 11.85 P..
M.t ilarrltburf, 9.00 A. M.I Tia JUentown, arrive
I New xork,4 r, at.; via rhiiaaMphia, arrive
Philadelphia. 1.10 P. M.i Hew York. 6 P. It. This
Train alto connects al Harrltburg hr Baltimore, ar
riving at IP. M.
Tht Train rant through to Bellalr or Plttiburgwtth
al change of Cant and Iron" pltttbdrg trier I no
change of Oar to Philadelphia, er via AlUntown to
new gork-tnns onsiing r,, L - u. x ; -
The' only Rout from Columbus to Baltimore,
' rniiadeipbia, or new K or k, with only
on chang of Can. " ' ' 1 '
By this Train ' Pateenrers arrlv In Hew Toik flv
hour In advance of th Northern linet. i ,
This Train alto connects at Bellalr with th Balthadrt
Md0hl.E.K.(Vs..w.;.w.c,iij.j4.:T
CTTbls Route is 30 mile shorter to Pittsburg,
ana 'more tnsn iuu miles sborter to '
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GENERAL HARDWARE,
'BAILS, dlASS, BASH, P0TTT, OORDAOX
Gun; PJatoise wd wiuw wart.
lather aad Babaar BeiUna, lae Laathat, Ho and
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t Paris Bid 8 love, ua nor mak. ,
Oolden Hill Bhirtt, various styles. . . , l0
. Hon' OoMm Hill Bhirta. da " i
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. Henueod rckt Uudkerchiefa, vitrloitt eOtet.i .
Half Uoee and Under Garment. !--,...,?.:
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rnannfaettired' by . HOWARD A OOl' Boaton. M
Tbee Wtohe r tar parlor to anything ever offered
totapablto,brttefor.. alavttig the uulutlve are nor.
I can tall them at prices to suit th Uec,. J have lost
racaivva b aug Biwa vi
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ssasatbttered ay APPLBTOIf, TBA0T, A CO aho,
laatJMn4MT ""J , iini j fn, j-m
BAT6K.I9H AH BTTIB "WATCIITES,
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American Exaggerations.
,rXb peeuUaritles f tb people of th United
Sti wr never ' more ssrlkiagly Illustrated
tbiB hvth progress of tb proseoS war. W
r l;ajs oa th highest pinoaole or bop or in
tbejeeitt depths of despair. For the flrst dhre
ODtbioC ur campaigning, nothing eould el
4 tn obildoo, aot to ay arrogtooe, of tb
npDrrof tbeUnloo.j W bay oonfldeno
not ,iy lo our own strength, bat an equal d
?re eooflienoe In tb rebel' weakDOst
b toyal Nwth wa brave, tntbuslastlo, Iris
slsti ble. The ;.'i iloval Sooth waa faar fnl. Ink aft.
VMm od AtmtfTulized. . Th Uti haifj iinl in
be, net. promptly in tb Held aod they would
aissolv. a , rebel mob for were thew not
witboat arsos, without money and witbent food?
.HiTba ssrly victories In Western VlrglnlA, and
n Missouri wbero w bad sharp and decisive
lesders, seemed to sustain the oomplaecnt theo
ry of tb easgain Unionists, We rote of morn
ings only te read of farther victories, and to
wonder, whether, after all, Jeff Davis would
venture to com with his rebel Congress to so
unsafe v place as Richmond. - And when we
found Ibat a step indicating so muoh hardihood
bad been taken, w bad perhaps mingled feel
ing of inrprise and pleasure, so sure were we of
their capture. :.. "),-,?. . :
We rode a high horse in those days, and com
pelled the rebels, in Imagination, to go on foot.
Oar habitual thought of them was, that in due
tltn tbey should all be banged. And 10 we
continued, down to that floe day when we start
ed, all so confident, "On to Richmond," and
fetched up so uneasily at Bull Ran' 1 . r.
Sine tbst ill fated day, th very heavens are
vexed with eur unmanly lamentations. Now,
all of a sudden, w go to work to unsay all of
ourproua coastings, ana to pun down tb air
castles w have to assldnonsly been bailding.
And there is as little reason in tb present
sboeklng abasement of ourselves, aa there was
in th former exaltation and sell-glory. Tb
rebels are always strong always determined
anu ueaperaie. mat we might bav Bnown.
Tbey had as good Generals as th United
States bav produced. Tbst we might have
known; for tbey got them from us. Tb whole
population1 and moneyed power ol the South
would be wielded against us. That was well
known, for tb lsst stand of loyalty was made
when tb question of secession was an open one
to the people of each rebel State. Here, then,
were elements for a hard fight, and wa should
bav mode np our minds to it, and let aloae our
extravagant conceits of our own vast power and
the rebels' immeasurable weakness. Bat wa
did not, and were for our temerity, unhorsed at
BaURun. . i
Bo far, the fortune of war waa about equal
between the combatants. We had gained more
territory, ana even more rights, than tb rebels.
Tbey gained more scoila and mora nrestlre at
Ball Ron.' Bat what was there about Ball Ran
to, make the nation blabber T And what new
power or new cunning In war did tb rebels dis
play to lead ns to think them Invincible, and
aoie w waia over tb rotomae and Into Wash
Ingtoo wltbont a scratch t Why, It took them
several oays, apparently, to And oat that oar
Bull Ran Army bad retired to Arlington and
Alexandria. Did th Hero fighting they bad
to do to maintain themselves in tbeirown en
trenchments, give them high hope of being
able to conquer tb asm men, while assailing
them serosa on of tb most formidable obstruc
tions of wsr, a broad and deep river T '
i: Unless tb army at Washington is Infinitely
more spiritless and disorganised than th semi
mob that went to Bali Ran, and nnles our Gen
evalawMoClellan, Banks and Wool are im
measurably inferior to McDowell, Patterson and
Butler, the rebel army will fall to oross tba
Potomao or crush Washington, though tb at
tempt be made with twloe the strength that lay
in th defenses of Manassas. Can we not. there
fore, put Maryland In bonds, and go to sleep at
nightfall in peaoe for oar CapitalT For the sake
of Northern nerves, let it be tried. We know
Tull well that Beauregard is just as defioient in
transportation, in siege osnnon, In field artil
lery, and in monitions of wsr, at th present
time, as be was before tb Ball Ran battle
And though he be as desperate as tb leader of
a large army often becomes, beeaonot fight the
Union armies serosa the Potomao except at a
fatal disadvantage. ';
Mob Proceedings at the North.
Mob law seems, unfortunately, to be maklne
rapid atrides at th North . Almost dally now,
w hear ol mobs in New Hampshire, ilassscbu
setts and Pennsylvania.! v'i- ,:i , . ..
MOB IN EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA.
[Correspondence of the New York Express.]
a
Eastom, Pa., Aug. SO. 1861. Oar town was
last evening, or rather night, tb scene of a
most disgraceful mob, originating in the differ
ences between Col. Philip Johnson, M. C, and
tn utir rtepuonoans. me uemocrata held a
County Convention yesterday afternoon, ; at
wbiob Col. Johnson took occasion to defend his
course in the 1st extra session of Congress, and
to make soma pointed remarks tn reference to
the Administration.' After the meeting' was
deolared aljoumed, the Rev. Mr. Mitchell, of
fntllipsborgb, It . J., attempted to reply to Col.
Johnson, bul waa prohibited. Thia naturally
created excitement, and a sort of personal war
ier was kept op among tb crowd till evening,
when a large cumber of men and boys resolved
upon burning tb Hon. M. C. in effigy. This
prelude. having beerr gone through with, they
then repaired to his residence and demanded
atonement for the sins of the afternoon.
Tb Colonel having satisfied them of his
pstrlotism, and th spirit ol monocracy being by
tnia urn rampant, tne cry waa tor ventreaooa
npon the Seaftsel office, a Democratic paper,
and thence tb crowd ' rushed, and breakine?
open the door and windows, tbey soon' laid tb
estaDUs&ment in ruins, or, as tb pbras goes
cleaned it out." The work or destruction ha.
lng complete, oa they marched for th Arau
omoe in property oi isoionei nailer, ex post-
master whioh was soon broken into, ana th
glorious work of "convincing a man against
bis will" commenced but It was finally yoted
to suspend operation! her for twenty-fonr hour
to giv on of mor loyal stripe, occupying tb
wry aoove, a enauo to move out or tor Col.
nutter to "rerorm. in next in order 'waa
ex-senator Broadhead, when on rushed th
mob, pell mell, to tba reel dance of that gentle
manoat ne was not to oe oaugnt napping and
the rowdies fonnd bim, not only ' sitting? nnder
bis own "vine snd fig tree." bat nnder the folds
of th Stars and 8tripes, whleh graoefally flaet-
a irom in winaow anow mm tnus literally
proclaiming vhis house hla cutis," . where
"non should molest or msk bim" afraid. A
few words from the Honorable ex-Senator, and
again the mas moved on to ' tba ' rrsidenc of
Colon! Hatter; aad demanded tb Stan -and
Stripe. ,-tr m.'j i; "i i--':.:, j
Tb Coki Ming absent, on hlsamlabl and
sxceUanl wife devolved the doty, er aecutlty,
of "astlnfi pearl befor swine," and oar bean,
tiful and aobl emblem waa mad so loat upon
tb breast polluted by th preeeoc ol a mob,
Tb nxt tb programm was Dlstriol Attor-
aey Schuyler, and her again th flag waa die.
piayea ana lew eloquent oat saroaatio remarks
war mad by nr. Bouuyier. i Th order again
waa given, 'Oa to Porter'." A halt wa soon
ordered in front of th rasldano of tb Hon.
Judg Porter on of tb oldest and most exalt
ed oitiiens or our commonwealth end notwith
standing th faot that ba waa ill and oonflned to
hi room, a barangu from bins wa neverthe
lsa demanded. In obedience thereto, on of
tb accomplished daughters of tb Judge made
her appearance at the window, and, la language
most chaste and beautiful, assured th mob
thd low and reverence wblob the entire bonse
bold bore for tb Union and for Its bright and
glorious emblem, bat wished them to understand
that though th boos should be raxeed About
them, the saored folds of that flag would ootb
anturled by het or her family at tb behest el
moh. 'a--Jl-'J :" ''! "i Hvd )(..-.-,-.
v Tlili flrra and eloquent Utfl ipeech wad too
. ' vv mtb'Mj.n nin i'U ?..?, lv.w
tmuoh even for the mnh enlri, ni..i ..
'".d ib "irt'brB of tb peso won after VZ
paired
to their ionat. t. nSui h j v
donbt not to regret, th work they had been i
fcged in.;: ; , , .
Doesticks Respectfully Inquireth,
What the Women want us to do
about the War!
i
On reason whv U is so difflanlt tn nlo... .
woman is tbst she seldom knows berself what
ah wants, Ia moat case; it is aa bard to satisfy
a woman as it would be to content a oaptaln
AT n O a h at a 1 A ' ,-1l a a ea "
, ,""'Jum jou , to steer nis mm and
wouldn't tell enrt Bh.th V. .n.4 .
Jersey or Japan. , Tbey wouldn't b satisfied
whatever joa do. .
, specially n tb matter of war.. . ' , . i
Particular! t In th. m. .r k. - .
v . . j . . wi ,h iHfiaui war.
I Our Wife, or mother, or alatar.nr kn.wu ....
be the woman that owna yo, re fuses to be eon-
wnt, no matter wnat jou do. If you don't Join
a military company, she sulka. lnainnatM that
joa are a coward, turns np her nose, and "wisbe
sb wss a man." If vou do loin said mmnui.
she scolds about the expense, grumbles about
!i in if time' nd ro"1 whenever you go to
uiiii-uiuujoi io spue oi ner growling, she al
ways savei the choicest nart of th dinne tr-
you when jou do come. , ; .
Tben sb laughs at joo, and calls yot a
"dressed np monkey," th flrst Urn ah gee
you in uniform; and tbsn, aa soon aa jou ar
gone out of the house, eh ruibee over to Mrs.
Jones to tell what a "splendid officer" her bus
band is, and bow magnificent be looks in bis
new military dress. . , ", ;
' Tben, if jour regiment Is ordered away, and
jou Insinuate (hat "business affairs" will keep
yon st home, all ber fir ia biasing In an 'in
stant, and she upraldt joa for "backing oat" at
tb critical moment, and insinuate that yon
ar a "play boy soldier;" and tben ah wlshss
that she were a man she'd show folks bow to
fight. . Tben, when you finally make np your
mind to go to the seat of war, abe bursts into
wet tears (which spot jour new uniform and tar
nish the gold lace on jour sleeves), and thinks
you "ought to be ashamed to trn off and laaBa
your family." Sb vows sb "don't believe
joa care a straw for your wife, or a oent for
jour aweet children;" aho "knows jou would
rainer De anywhere than at borne," and "wishes
she were a man, she'd teach tb President
better than to send men away from thetr fam
ilies." , . , .....
Then, when th dsy cornel for you to start,
sb vows that sb will "never speak to yoo
again If yon nenist in eolns-." Then, when
joa take a paper oat of jour pocket and pre
tend to read a furlough from th commandant,
exouslng yon, and giving joa leav to stay at
borne, sbe throws ber apron over her bead, sits
down on the floor, and bowls aloud, "to think
that sb should have a coward for a husband"
"that her husband should ba afraid to go lo tha
wars." And then, when vou tell her that It'a
all a mistake, and that yon are going after all,
sho bowls louder than ever, because aha
"knows that you will be killed," or ibe feels it
in ber bones that you'll eom bom with two
wooden leg, and then bow can you take her
to the Academy on opera nights t Tben sb
resorts In tnrn to every on of tb immense list
of female taotica to keep you at home she
weeps, snenanters.sb pokes ran at you ab
wishes she wss a man aba gets mad aba sulks
sb threatens to go home to ber mother abe
coaxes sn "won't ever live with joa another
dsy" sbe scolds, sb entreats, and as a last re
sort, sba faints ia this esse, sb always falls
into yonr arms, tr you make an oner to catch
her; if jou don't offer, and if it early in tbs
morning, and sb haan't mad ber bed yet.
she'll fall on th bed; bat Ii the bed la made np
nioeiy, abe'U tall on tb carpet, so aa not to
muss th bed; If th fainting dodge don't work,
and you still are resolved to go, she vows she
"bates you and that ahe'll never speak to jou
again," and then to prove th bitterns of ber
bate, she goe off and pack jonr haversack full
of all the dainties and delioaolesot the season;
then, alter all, at the very last moment, abe
cornea and throws her arms around jour neck,
and whispers that she "love jou best of all in
the world," and that ahe'll "be tuck a good girl
till jou eom back," and that she'll "take sue
good cara of the children," and that "yon
mustn't fret about ber," and tiat ahe'll writ
every blessed day, and that joa mast write just
as often ss vou can, and that ah "loves too
best, best, best," and a thousand little mes
sages only for yon, bul all kind and loving, and
all told without a tear, for ab doesn't cry now
until you sre oat of tb boose; snd wben you
ar goo she weeps like a shower bath for half
an boar, then suddenly stops abort, wipe bar
eyes, and doesn't waste anotber tear till ab
sees you again.
Tbat'a the way tbey all do; and, talk as
Seaeefally as you oan, abe is never satisfied In
er heart till sbe sees yon in uniform.
f
a
u ta pxioil SIBVOIB .
' ' (from th Bew soAObservw.l -
Al all partial aanulacturtng lewlng Machine are ob
liged lop.y Mr. Howe licence oa each machine aeld,
aad are a ao ewnpalted to make retnrne to hia, under
oath, aa to th number ao Id, ala book giv aeomateate-
ment. from- thia rellabl kourc we bav obtained tn
following etatlttios. Of tht Biachrnas aad la the year
itav, tntr wr tola.
By Wheeler A Wilton.. ........II.Bd
LM. BlngTC......... 10,961
,f. , ' Orover It Baker... lOtfQ
ghowlng the aalea of Wbeeler fc WUtoato tt double
mot or any otnr vompany.
' Awarded thd hlgheet prwulnm at h -
United State flirt of 1H&S, lAiV and 1800;
! t alto at th .
CMC State Pair of 1K aad 1801
" and kt nearly aU aha Ooanty fau-s In to Btaa.
Our prioes, at th late reduction, art Aw a any
look sNcA saaehtn now (old. aad but a bid higher tbaa
th Interior oo UreocS oAoaa aMot aiaatlms, aw
forced anoa tb mark!. '
Th WBIBLBB A WILSON MAOHHTB Bakes (be
Loot Snow tbeonlyone which cannot beravuled. It
I Auxa o Botb Stoat of the good, leaving ne rtdgo er
Ohatnonthe under. eide. -
AU aaaoAftt tewfed I pware, mnd latSi'axaVea
riven la their nae, free or enarr.
H. CBABT, 81 High St., Columbus, 0. ,
i : WM. 8UMMBB A 00, .
dc3 8awd3mAw8ss Pike's Opera Houaa, Cincinnati.
ADV BBIIBBMBKT. .
for the IB8TABT BBLIBP
o ana ratusAnsnx uubb erne
,.. . dlstiwaing tomp'alnl aa ;
B&OHOHIAL CI0AEKTTE8,
Made by 0. B. BBTMOITB er CO., 107 Batata It., V.
, Prlo 1 pec boxi aanl free ay pott.
, fOK 111! .11 ILIi BBUaailfl-j
aavs-dhwlrlt
Irish , Linen .Goods. .
WARBAfeTSsTBTABBlO --v
Lines Bhlrt Boaoaa Piaia tad fancy
Bblrdng and Boaoa bioeni.
4 5
1
Llaen Takl Cletfa aad Satin
... Llnaa Towels with oolored kordeea. .
' . Lln Stair Ooverlnn and Oraah. !
vta. forakiattowpnoes.
..4:i:..M., . 1ATW a. bA. !
Bo.ttaouikBlakarwat.
t A QTJIIVTALB fOODriSlIa ., , .
1U Ttereec Bloc. ' - -
1 Oatk retried Barley. '',:.
. .... SO Barrala Whlt Wkeat fleer. 'U e. ; f
,103 - BW (Bs.tr.). ,. ip ...
I
1 .1
an awn ana. iot ae ny ,
- ' 'fWM H. BKSTIIATJX.'
' aagia-St-.' ,0 j.,k - lot loath High Itreet.
OPRIKO CI. OA KB AND BASQIIVESl I
d NHW BTTLKS laavla Ac Boa, Ne. aaSoata
utgn etreet, have jutt opened aew styles of Cuira Ota-
eniABe, iiaecisuiu an samjpb, asaite (a tn bowm! ana
wioat stylish' taun. Aho. Brk ala.la
' LanuiS and K Jm
lAiar.at hilhBe very heavy, deelgned xprteely for
lilnea sneetinge eaa miow uaang.
'.,, Llaen Oaabrl aad Lcng Lawn.
; , Linen rocket-haodkrfa, all tlaae.
l . ui LlnB Towelling and Diapers
. Llnn Hapkln aad D'Oyltea. -
Pete take,.. '3i, t
.. . t
y-U ., -JWO
lv:.V v. !'
HUNNE WELL'S
. ..IIISITVERSAL, i '
--'il COUGH IIMEDY.
for all Throat and Lane Ooanll. baUu ana.
Beet perfect retuit. Wuoorua n n
01""t,f Bewonui an Ibbaav Oonattanm,
Z'"Z J", i WMpempwon. A Be
f reed froa all 0
BactM properties. Bay need by Boat deuce) 1
eauwe, w wua pen attUMtae.
HinSTNEWELL'S .
CELEBRATED"
v T0LU ANODYNE.
. ',.' .; a ...-. ;v. i .
Tl Qa&tTUn Iimu Often w aaSaeaJ L. aw.
world, containing act a particle of Ontea. mem an a.
bane bat lis etrtetly vegetable and uatdleal prnptiite
A ear Bmedy for KsoaAiau, tUuaoaurnex, Sen,
Toon aa Bka Aeaa, Oavajuut, Bee a Mat fwvm!
and all aiaor Nerveaa OewipaMate.
foe Lata o Star, tad Utadach ta ah ia varieties,
K baa ne equal, and to which Boa Bnbt4 In ratal
aJeareewered. . i
foa "- - riTiiliiaHi
foa Bowbl Comuurre, after reeaovtng the tela tt aees
aa a pbrile, a aoat uaportaat eontnat wlU Ui m jii i
lory effect l Opiuaa.
xe rnytKnaaa, rorana ana Trial BottleewnT be seat,
and to Dealer or Iavahd a aeecripUv peeapbiei wltiaewi
'poatafe-etaap.'
Prtpared aadet th special srtperrlsloa et r.- ,
JOHN lit HCNNKWKLL, ,
tmmtmnemm iwiaBieaiiuwij
Ve OoaxxasreUl WBarf, Boston, BUaa
To whoa ple direct all tfiBaaalnatlea .
trym-U.rt Cough Beaaedy, SS tents per kectte.
Baaii " g f
TolaAnodyn, ( n
Wot al by th uaual whilMale anA wit
evei jwher.
B0BBBTI A BaMUBL, . BT. B. M4BPB,
evati a. vuua, j. eg. DBNIS.
d. DBNIO A SONS, A. J. BCHTJBLLIA A BOB,
ayl7-wly Ageats for Oolaaabat, Opto.
STONE'SJBAZAAR.
No. 4 Grwvniie TtWlf.
L P. STONE & O'HARIU
ABJS?JRB01:iT,,,OT1BBII1'ir""i
IBB OOOD8, snd invite th pablto e keepcot
tbea. Bo such tock of Good h ever ba brought tj
this market. The Sooth, la eonaaqueae et Oat hilar
f the grain crop, ha set bee able te purabaee Oat a
wi4uu,y oi new goooe, ana wu race eaa foeee ibe
Imporura to Ball them at pabll aaattea. Oar buyer
(Mr. Stone) belne In Hnlvtatlkaabmi. kk
advantag of them, aad w eaa and will cell ear good
iw, rmm ww, may tow woe peronaeea two woes atoce.
paid for tnB I Mew Terk. Our etook kwaptetela
very department of
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILK3,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE V ALENCIAS, . .. .
PRINTED MESJNOSj
PRINTED COBUROS,
DYED COBlTGSi
BLACK ALPACAS, J
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINi, PR f NTS.
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
live Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in Ono Day,
LADIES FURS, .
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Men's, Lad tea aad Ohlldrnt Under gblrta and Drawers;
Lad lee. Mates snd Ohlldm1 Bostery of ell klsde, la
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined aad Oottea Otero
of every auk.
ALSO J
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CA3SIMERE9.
OVERCOATrNOS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, '
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Iadiei and Gent 'a Linen Camlrio Eand
keroWefi, o, tte. , ,
To pereont who call en aa, w pledge ear words te
thow tbea the largaet. batt and oneapeM eteok af Soede
T 'a thia market, er pay than ea dollar per
hour while looking.
uwwiysawitw. BTOBB a 07a ABBA.
NEW
ARRIVALS :
OF
Sunimer , " Millinery .
Spring &
. Tha etook Barplamlauiad
DATTsY
FBOlrt LATEST I9ffOBTATIUIS OF
new york:;;'
BfTITOCK Of ., .-.'i--'
Spring & SnTnmer Llilliaery
la bow ceaplte,ooBprltbg every vartetyaf MlUa
ryj alao, k larg aaortaaeul of Babroidariea, Botiwy
and BoUoo. A., aad ta faaatltlat aad prieM thai
act fall te salt all vha aay href aa wllk il. tht
iced have beta bought! Panto prices, and will sld
aiaaaUadvaBMaot. ... .
MILLIHEEY . V', ''
Miss M. E, TOUNO, Ut of New Totk City,
wUl snpertnbmd tb MllllMry Paartaaat , Bafloeg
experience" la the meet faabionabl fshkllibasal la
Broadway will aloae b a warranty thai W will k ante
to give entire athfasUoa ta Batters f taste l aU wk
stay hvor her wltk their order. ' . "
Th Iadla ef Oolambas aad vkthtty wtll plaae to
oeptmy siDoer thanks for their Uteral psiisaags. sal
I would reepectfully sohrlt a cntlnwaaee f th ata.
H. H. WARD,
61 Eaat Town Bt.( Oolwaahaoi
rrxajiE owTTEaDEir. . . . nnay r. rarrrttttd
8a k H. T. CHITTENDEN!"
- attobnbti at law. ' "
H7 Ofnots, tS9 Broadway Bew Tork City, 'aad
Pas toetr1 Bnnjut, Oeluaba. Oklo. -.
CJ'Careful atteaUoa pld to Oelh stlias. i -
aprilStdda . .. :; '
. r Baltimore ClcthiBg House
AjrarAOTTBots AJt wwoaasAi
:a
READY-MADE CLOTHIHG.
No. m W, Bdtiia)retreetv
(sntraaa tiaaBTf a B0WAas.r ' 1
1 " : 1 ' BALTIlbTOBB, ' m
1 Urge Aseertment el Plead aad rxralskUii
Stead IWeiaatTw aa Vaal 1 .
OetBUly
i i ui i.if
EAGLE. BRASS WORKS,
. CoraerBjprlaa; ATTaUr St.a.r
w. n. pom a 'oo;
TkSJX out rixoTga,
tad laanufaftuiwra et Brae aad Oompwfon fhaataaw
Ptelabad Srat Work of all DasorlytMiB.
iSctrvJpiatia ciiiSji!
' STz::c:i. cutt:::, lo..,
fabl ffl-dlf ., ;..s. .J t.' f.;., ,

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