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VOL. VIlii NO. 68.
JEW SERIES, .
. ...COLUMBUSj OHIO,;
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CIS C0UAE3 TZ3 TJ1B,
... Iarajrkblj la IdruotJ
Slit )io Statesman
'-' j DAILY, ta.WEiKLT ABB VTEESXt
4MANYPENNY & MILLER,
j. fPBlIm&MAD PBOPKIgTORg,
CT OfflM Ih. 80, 88 and 43, North High St
..' J. i ; .1 i tiRMS INYABIABLT. IN juDTiNOl. ' ;
ftkUy : :-$0 00 par ye
,,... By th Curler, per week, UK enta.
M-Weelrly . . . 8 00 per yew.
Weekly, i . . . - 1 00 ,. ,-
erme ot AeVrertlelng; by the Square.
no square 1 jei..w80 00
. On .,"") tmor.lb,.18 00
' Dne "J 6 months 15 00
3ne "j; month 10 00
. . One . . montht. 6 U
' On - 1 month.' SCO
On iqnurt S Mks. ,$i 00
On"-eeln.. 1 00
One "lweek... 75
One M:.dy.. 1 00
On. , " Bdji... 1 75
On ItnterttOB 60
' 1 DltpMyed dvniHm(nl hlf mar tin the ibove
tet. .... , .
AdTertlMmentf leaded md placed In the eolnmnof
Bpectal Nolloea," doublt th ordinary ratti.t
All notleet nqntreo te be pnbllahedb law, lMmlnte
If ordered on thetnaldeezolnairely after thefintWMk
per rent, more than the above ratea; bat all mob. wil
Butlneia Canli. not exoeedinn five line, oef i
lie, 2au per line; puuide i
- noUmalieeUtff,okejlteMaaeiuef,lreoompenle
He., halfprif.1-" ' .jTft ,
... - AUtratuini admriitmntrfUM t4 ptMor i
ndvanat T5 rale wlU sot b Trie4 fim. i
Weekly. umk price the Dell, Where the (AVerttaw
. . the Weekly alunel Where. 'Ike Dally and Weekly
. re both wed, then the hrge the Weekly will he
lf 0ie rate of the Dally,r, r , I
Xedvertiiement taken' ex'ecpf for a oeflnlt period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
FA. B. 8IMXIII3,
Attorney ot Iow
I ,'; i ! AND JJOTAHY, v?'UBUC. j , ,
OIBoe Amboa Balldln, oppoilte Capitol Square. .. .
r: oowjmbub, OHI01
Ai osborktb, :;
Attorney '& Counsellor at' Law.
MARION, OHIO.
Machine Mannfactnricg Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOItEItS,
CJtloKS,.JIill-flr ins; , JCaehlnery. '
ALSO,
Xl.All3oacl.
worlt
or imr praaurnoii. " '
COfjrMBTJS, OHIO. -0BAB.
AMBOB, lap'l. v--ii.-- p. AMB08, Tnta. 1
r UA0 AnAiVDt I
deoll. Ib5e)-tf
MANDrAOTDUU OP I " '
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I RAILROAD.
Oonneotlng atCrettlln with Ih PIIT8BCBQB, IT.
' WAYNE At PBICAQO BAILBOAO
Jtor PiUfarg; FUaiUlpMa and BaUimon. Moo
r- for Ibi Wopt and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE gnORB BAIIr
.. - . r BOAS
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albanr, Boe
lon, and Ww York.
iTEREE TRAIiNS DAILY;'
.; fXCBPI BTmBAT, , '
from Colombo, In connection with Trains on the
LITTLE FlIAim AND COLCItlBPB
- ahd xcmia Railroads,
I 5 ' 1 V 1 ' MBIT, TRAIN.- r j "''i:
v NlQal XXPBXS8Leve Colombo at 1.40 A, K
( . wilt leave paeaeager at all eUtloae aeath of OaliuB,
' ' atop at Dolaare, Aahley, Cardlngton and 01 lead, and
at situations nortu of Oalloo, arriving at Oleveland
, JatftOM A. Mn Dunkirk 3:011 P. M ., BoOalo 4 IS P. M.
Albany S.SO A. fcU, New York B:35 A. M.. Bo. ten tM
. .. P. At., Pltubargh via Oreatlln JfcSO P. M Phlladel
pole 5:10 4. , Chicago via (JreetUa at 10 P. M.
: .. . BBCONDTBA1N. i;-
MBW TOBK IXPBBS8 Leave Colnmba at IL'iu
, a. . Will atop at U eli Centre, (for White Sulphur
Bprtnga), Delaware, Cardlngtuo, Gallon. OreatUoe, She.
fey, Maw London, Wellington and Orafioa, arrlv
Cleveland at 1:33 p. m. Dunkirk, 6:5U p. bui Bnl
falo, lOtttS p. m i Albany. b:ii a. m.: New v.,k. I:i5
p. m. Beaton, 4:40 p.m. Tbla Train eonneeleat Bhel-
oy lor sendoiky, and at Qiaftoa for Toledo, arrlvlBf
ColedeatBieOp.a. . . - '
. ....... miED TBAW. ' '.V. ''
MAIL AND ACCOUMODATION Leaves Oolomboa
at 4.30 p. m. ..Will atop at all ataUon South
. Shelby, and at New London, MTelltsgton, Araftoa,
, . . eaa Mieai amving aa vieveuaa At r:JU p. B. van1
. .klik,S:ll0a.Ba.BuAlo,ad0a.B.AUiny,B0p.ai.
, ,.. NewTork, 7S0 p. m.i Beetoa. 11:4 p aa. Pliuburgh
, , . 9ia OretUlne, at 11:55 p. m.i Philadelphia. 1:00 p. m.
Chleego, oia Creatlloe, 645 a. at. I hie Train ocnneotl
at eb.lby for Aanduaky and Xolede, arriving at Toledo
Patent . Sleeping: Cars ate ran on all
. . . BigntTiaini to Chicago, Hew W
.' - - . ) York and Boston. ' .4
' JSagoao (netted f hrouoAlo Xou'Yorkant Botton
, , . . m iMiwaw; auo, to j-AUaaeipMaana
2too Yorkoia OruUin. V'
, l1;?,::,,,RE,TpRNINa.T W
, . NlfkHpreeerriTeatOohunbuiat..ll:UP. Mj
. CUoIbmU Axpree arrive at Coluabaa at 10:50 A.M.
Accommodation kxpree atrtvaaa Colaabu at 7:50
in. ,t
jr. a. rp-tK . y i '
by any ottter ltoate
4k fr IUkU Bis Cftllimo or CttveUnd.
. ,XI'kt1SA i a":. B. ' flint.1' I ,
Bnperlnteadeet, Cleve lAhd, Oi&f
.. I --.JAMBS PAII1RBON. Agent,"
' ' 1 ii ml I
v k 'yaj-aJi Low aa
--Jnst Beeeivedl wiii
.Lf t(i nr.cT okeeki ana black
" ' '1VU l ess lOObeg prime Bio Conee. cull 1
f f;Tl 10 Pnton 0vnuBit Java Ooffes.
" 1 S ban Cevloa Coffee. . i ..
"t I ;itOfcbl. aiendar WW BogaMUni eftoW-
area, unruanea, uranaietea a, and OeSaeat
' Oo,ulnlalat1or(BAnkOodflrii. J I
SObbl. au and o. liaetera.l S
0 to. Pick Balmon. - . . , .
-(. : e ' lOOkett LaywBaieinB'. - -jOM
t, BOW. boade-i ,do ,tlose t-X VI
Tfr-j,,
lOO St cigar, emerent braaal ana gnure.
BotaT i eJsiw t. VM.AtoD0!''AU
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WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Xh latflltTho Larfeit Th8 Beit,
The Cheapeit Beotuse the Beit,
Tb Kloet BelSttb.i StamAueT An
tberltr ( tb EngUela LaBgrnetf .
. Sim Bymina Mninmt filmtatori of OKU,
"TBI BltT 1HOLIBH DICTIONARY 1XTAHX.H
Bere are BDWmrdt of i Hand red Ttunuend Word.
who majttrriw neaBlni d dertTaUona, toretber
with tbei i eomot pelliag, and pienuMlaUoa art oleerly
aet before the
Cincinnati Ommtrttoi.
Ba& tfolhcUtcnt of to Mn&tri of iK Ohio Stat
... ytoear. AuooUtum.
The Bndenlgned, members of the Ohio Stat Teaohen'
AeoelatloB, adopt and alot to ae la Meohlnc, writlnit
and peaklnc the orthoeraDhe aail - Dronnnoiat
WoroeaUr'a Bovel Onarto Diotlonary. and we moat cor-
dlally Koommend It aa the nut reliable atandard an.
tnerltr of the Intllih lenraase. ae It 1 now writuo and
: toata abbbiw, Pmldnt Ken yon Oollete.
M. D. Lbmbtt, Saperlalendent Zanerrllle School
Taoe. W. HaBvit, Bap't MeMilon Colon Bcboohj.
M. 9. Cowdikt, Sup't Pablle School, Bandaaky.
'Joint Ltbcw. n't enhtla Suhiula. Olralevllle.
M. BABreBs, FrUetpel Olmland lemal Btaolna-
7"
nrrvaeu-ap'i rnene ecaovie.eif. union -
Job Osom. HmLp1 Btatt KoraMl lebeel. Mlnn-
ohi. '.
- Oraos Nabob, f rltwlpal fourth Intermedlat Bohool,
vtncianau. .r
H. B. bUbtm, Inp't Oaoton Cnloa lehool.
Iowib Kmi, PrlDclpel HoHeely Normal School,
lu T. Tappab, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio Cnl vanity
Wh. W. liwim Ino't Tfov Dnloa Bohool.
A. a. Horxixa, rrloelpnl Weil High Sobool, Cleve
land. 1
m. A. Hobtob, AjmoUU Prtadpal High tcboel, Cleve-
Mna ... ..
iBBOBoaa Btuuik, Principal High Bohool, Ctove
land. '?. ".' . ';
R. V. Tf mtlmiif. Prlnelnel fllavelead Tnetlrnt. '
J. A. SAaruxD, Prttlaeat of Ileotle laatltate, EV-
W. Ik Haubj, frof. f Obemletry, Ohio Wtelerta
Unlveraltar.
H. H. Baikbt, lx-0emnljlonr of Oommoa Schools,
vnio '
iABmiHoraoB, Prof. Kbetorlo, Obsrlla 0ollg.
Taoe. Hill. PrMldent Antloeh Oollen.
0. W. H. Catboat, Prof, luibeaatk, Bllh
School. Davton.
B. 0. OkDMiAtB, frof. leagaage. High Bohool.
Dayton. .-. - .
B. M. Babbib, lup't TJnlon Bohoola, Aihlaad.
Hon Mom Mm BwrnArti. Oer ProMjmta ot Ooll-
g$, Voer, AvtAoro and DUUngytUhot JCavow
toff, novo onaorota ih4 aoooo ftftwterji.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO
bTabibtta Colubb "It I trnlv a BUtalfleent work.
an honor to the author, the publisher, and the whole
ouniry." rrealdeot Andrew.
Oaio Wbbutaii DrnviaaiTT .-It ezoeeda my expecta
tion!. It will beau aulde la orthMranbi asd nronan
alatlon. and will often b oonealbtd by me for Its aeat
and aoourat dednltloa." Prealdest Thompaon.
W. B. Ictaono Oouae. "Earetofcr we have Bead
Wobctor e orthoeranhv. At a resent meetlni of our
faculty. It waa decided ' to chane It to conform to that
of Woroetrs Boyal ftaarw DicUoBary." PreelAeut
arteld. '..(
'WaTBBB BanavB CoLiee. "I Bad 11 worthy ot
cordial approbation. "rreaident midMoek. .
Otam aeaaeaa.-!! man BatB meet my expect'
dona., I recommend It ae the atandard aathoritytn
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." Preeid.nl
morgan. - i
' Ajmooa flnuaaauI dottM Da to KM In teach'
Int. writing and ipeaklng, the orthography and pronon.
euuoa e( Worceeter' jaoyal Vjoarto inoaenary.'-
President Hlll.v
' 'Tn all at wrftrn. Deaklnr.and teacblBf, I have an
deerored .to- eonrona to the rule lor orthography and
pminolaMoaaaeoatatnodla Woroeatert jvioUonary
Horace Maao, late r ret Went.
Kjurroe Oollbbb. tirtn, "I mo at cordially recoav
mond It aa th meet reliable atsndard authority eT the
Bngllah languare a It Is now written and apoken."
rrealdtat Andrew. i"T " j
SCHOOL, COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Tram Boo. Inotn '&nvtii, Oommiooionor of Qrnmon
ti TMotlataaiT Is an hnserUhable mecumeat te the
laming and Induitry of It aatbor, and aa honor te the
world of letter. To vecnaalcal atecatlon I far rape
l rlor to that ot any ether Lexicon with which, I am ac
quainted." v
Iran Bon. B. B. Mamty. MOommmionor oj
- v.. doAeoM m vnto.
"Th moet nllAble itaadard authority of the lan
vty, , , ....... . , ;
.'. .J.;rutsi ;
Iirllng Nowwpapora oi Ohio Say.
1 i Iron Oa CUodand BtraU of Bart
Tha Arthamnhe of the Womoter DtcrloDarv a that
aaed by moat, If act all.. author el dlatiactloa in this
country aod Bngland, and eenfera to the general ang
of ordinary wriur and peekere.
Whauver Breludleae mar neve orated prertoaily,
Afni .rd of thl Mlame will lavarlably be followed
ky a wane appreetauoa Of It great meno, aaa m mn
to add It to toe wen eeieoiea uoreir, ee u uuge r mumii.
ItleeUbrary tnlteelf, and wiu reaara aa impenana1
61) reoord of the learning orttswoapiier. . .
' rim OU OnoinmM Onamoroial of Apr V
Her in noward of a hundred thoaasd word good.
bad and todin.rent wncee aaituenea eeaauia
riv.tlonA. tamher with their eaneot apellinf and I
meum. at aet elearur befers the ay. The work I
anqnaMoDabiy the areeieel Iheeauraeef Inglhw Ward
ever pabuehed. t-tmt : trs - : ,
from tM CUoiani tUinitaior of if. BO, 1880.
vldeatly Woacaarva.'e Botai. QoaBto Dwnoeuav
not onto tko eaaa. Aeal CM bbvt eaor of ae Aeejet ewer
Mtea.andeaa by no poaiotuiy ur ay eeaperiaw
ontrovenry. j
- JVvii tuniodotMUof Bat. C
At to noiroiRnvnaa), Woacama a vaa STAiraxkB
followed by ear bett aathorst in aeflnttlen be leava
nothing to be dertrod. and In OaTmooairen It a lamcleat
to ay that woaoarrsa eaa be aty rouowea. h.
riNOHAIK ft BHAOG, I r';'
r nbllBbora, Bookaellere Stationers,
NO. 191 BTJPBBI0K VSn CXlVlLAND, OHIO.
sail
;the;Mutual benefit,
LEE.IKSU11ANCE COMPAUY,
li.'i .'ti7 """ -I'M Of:-'T, v. .
WATT ...a aalei ' WT T"
..ai.'X..U W a,A afcav w y; )
I
DiriVenaana'arr It IM Is 4S Per Ceat.
I'lfjA y-:s j.fc. iu tit a nio ... i
A8SBTI-r "Mt ri -,. wa. w tlMvSie SO.
Staterjtfnt Jaaaarr U a91
iDca.parWamoala 14. UM...3.406Jei
Beoalved ,Jo rremlam . - . ! j i
Ing the ieu lttttl.. ........ 7S3,OJ3 ,
Keealvaei lor mareee' aunag '
rfat reeilet lor' leO.T..977.07 74
PldOUaabDthJiarj60 ) i 1A
Paid Pollca eariwr .
Paid. Balarl,-!;jiiii -;x"aKi-i.j
Paid CotnmbMion to -' --'.
Aena.i.v..... i,w so s-u i. t
Paid PhyeloaIU, fees. 5,l8 75 ;j , ,a ;
Paid Apnnltie..,... ,w ,
rata vimnw m , .
9 tag Ue year .1A1BI,SM Tl 565,091 3 f dll.WS
eiri "," le'aHxcu
icni.... iocMa
KTB." '"" ; .
' Net' Balance January lit.
J ."it-". AB3XTB
Oash ca hand.'.....:....... 8,9S64 18
Bond and Uortgagaeo Beat -.n
jsaaa,. wertiL. awanM me
amaaat loanad. MMl 88
Premium Notee, on Pollcle ,
ta fore, ealy drawing per ' "
BnA.-toaeaaa..aaaaaM.a LJT9.M4 17 .
Real K.taie.MM.o.M".. DO.fH'3 17
LoanaoaBorlp , ,5,931 4,
Pr.mlama.HoteeaodOtjti.ta '
eoarae ec ereneralaaleeii a -.te 3Se 71
Toiai Au.'r..:..::..........
S,61i5MI0
TiSTI Follea ta torn, Bawjjna..BBr488S3l
- 1,439 saw Pellcas have keaa laaad ariaa the year.
, After a eereful aknlaMoei at 4h preeeat value of
eauandlng Polkjweel the Company, and aavlDg
aeoAMory oaumaj la narv the r. for, the Director
havB oaoiarau e virune m m per cent, eat to rreail
aaa nakl al lha table rate, a all peltaMa ttfa In faroa.
iaaaad-prior aJawaaay 1, leXI, payaai according to
Bate to -all kind of Life Coating trie, ProepeeW
Ba,ltaaMnts, Bad Applaatlaa, will be furntihed
without , at we uo or agenoia ag sue Ooa-
TufjAAulwiri 0 . . FATCTwIOW, Praldest.
; ' "Miif1 V.eus, VfewrrNident,
.nrtu in "I -Mi .li.'K'!- No. 4 Jahnaon Block.
. -Jgatok SB, WH.'' "n ir'U' iix--' r ' OeluabeavO.
Tilt, A t !T A ft 't.0RXn BLACK
REUS BILK.!.. at vrv snde.
The 1
ruwwt I It aii, Bd M m rnji.
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the
the
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Ay rnmnniiriil reirie4. deirfrntil ta be the TBoat
effectual AUnativ thaVcan be,?nade.l-ItU
to combined wltri otner iUDstances oi euu
greater alterative power ae to afford an effoc-'
er alterative power ae to afford an lwc-'
antidote, for the ditease Sarsaparllla i
ed to cure, c It I ielieved that such a
uve
renuted
remedy 1 wanted by those who suffer from
Strumout complaint, ana mat one wmcn wui
accompluh their cure must prove of immense
service ito tliia large class of our afflicted fellow
eitizane. How comDletely this comnound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
owing
complaints: . - , ' ' ,'
ScilOPUtA AND ScROrvtOUS ' CoMPtAWTS,
EnurTioNs and EnurnvB Dissaoss, Ulceus,
Pimflbs, Blotches, Touons, Salt Hueum,
Scald Head. Syphilis and syphilitic Af
fections, MERcunui DwikBB, Duovsr, Neu-.
baloia on Tio Doolouueux, Dbbiliti, Dys-
PEPSIA AND iNDIOESTtOir, ErTSIPELAS, RoSB
oh St. AiTrtO'B Fiue. and- indaed the whole
Class of Complaints SriSinSfrrtm AMPUUtTV .Of
t. '
Tliia compound will ua-jfjund a great pro
moter of health, when takun in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which tester in the
blood at that season of the year. Sy 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.-tnrousa wnicn tna iviwn win strive to,
Ay
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to
thia trirotifrh the natural channels of the bod
k an alforntiva trKullriiia. ' rinnnap hut tha
a V, i 1 . 'a i iIT:
Yltiated blood whenever you find It impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
Or SOres J Cleanse it When yoa Una It IS OD-
arrwftfnft UnA alurwrnui In til ft VmfSa ilJanaa it
whenever it is foul, and .your feelings will tell
DUUVVVtl CSAAV aiUKiau a tuu v au a eabxiHw mm
wnn Twhrni. , levari whoro no nartioular disorder
r- . . f V - . ,.
is felt, veonie emov Deuer neaun. ana iiv
longor, for cleansing the blood. , Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
nabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later . something
must go wrong, ana the great macmnery oi
life is disordered or overthrown.
. Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplislung these ends. - But
the world has been egre-giously deceived
preparations or it, partly because tne arue
alone has not all tlio virtue that "is claimed
for it, but more beeauM manv preparations,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. i . , .
Durins late Tears the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending t give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these hav been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa-
ruin, Dut ouen no curauvo proneiue -wiiuvcv-er.
Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followod the use of the various extracts
Sarsnnarilla which flood the market, until the'
name Itself is justly despised.'and lias become
synonymous with imposition ana cheat, otiu
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and in ton
to supply suoh a remedy aa shall rescue the
namo from the- load of obloquy which rests
?P.on .v? "? tniiiK we nave grouno
a. ... .e e 4T . M A
believinir it ha virtues which ore
irresisuuie
bv the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. ' In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
th DOttl.' ' - ' ,. ..-j
I ' PREPABED DT-1 '
dr. j. c. Amn if qo.i
LOWELL. MASS.' -:..i ,.
Price, ft per Bottle Six Bottled far $9.
Ayer'ai Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself sueh a renown for th Cure
very variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary lor ue to recount me
evidence of its virtues, wherever it his been em
ployed. - A it ha long been in constant use
tlirougnoui vus section, we ncca hoi ao mora wen
assure the people it Quality 1 kept up to tbe best
It ever has boon, ana that it may be relied on
do for their relief all it has ever bean found to do.
AyerY Cathartic Pills,
' : ' rOB TOT CTJBB OB" T I ' " ' r'
Coslivmeu, Jauuilici, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dijotntonji Jb. Stomach, MtyitptUu, Ueadachi,
Pilot, Wteumalism, Eruption! and Diseases,
Uvtr Complaint, Dropsy, Totltr, Titmort and
Salt Rlmim, Worm, Gout, JVewmflriVj, as
Dinnir Pill, and for Pinifyingth Blood.
Thev are stiffirr-coated, so thtit the most sen si-
Uve can take)-thenu pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of
family physip. r -
Pries S9 cents per Box ; Fivo boxes for 1.00.
Great numbers of Clers-yinen, Physicians, States
men, and. Btninerit peraonages, hare lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usofulaess of these
remedies, but our space her will not permit tlie
ineertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Amemcan Almanac in winch tney
are given j with also (till descriptions of the nlxive
complaint, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure, v i ' '
Do not be put oil fcy unprincipled tleniers wuu
other preparations they make more profit on.
tlemond Artlt's, and tak ro otliers. 'flip sirk
want the best aid there is for them; and they sTiniil-I
have it'f , 'v . i ' ' 1 ' "
AU our rmedie-arforaIby I ,
BOBfRTB a BAMCBL; Oolamba
And W Dru(rliia and DealerB every where.
. Bovwixa.twaw t i
CAJADlAH ttUOTlft states vail
; , 8TEAMERS : ,v
i . i r xJ snv I'sasrfTEj
LONDONDERRY, " GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal,'; Quebec,
i t!; i;- aztd'n
Th Montreal Ocean Steemahtp Cotopany'a BntUss
fBll-pewered Clyde-built Bteeaera all oyery
arelay from POBTLAND, arrytafth Qanaditaand
U ailed Bane Stall and pa seen gore. . , . ,
NOBWCOIAN, N0BTH AMBKlCAN,
n:t BOHBM1AN. ' H'ANOLO-SAXON, .
NOBTB BBII0N, ! r, ; HIBBBNIAN, J''-'
OANAD1AN, i NOVABOwTIAN..
Sbortest, Ctaeapeat and Qalokest Coa.
' veraaairew'
AiomcA.10 au ?abi or xtrsopi-
' : T-Ai r.wna til TTn-rrYnai '
Mi't,o!f(rii4r30k 3QQt QSOt
WIU aall Bma LIVBBPOOL ovrr WoaSAOadar
Sad froaODBBBO owory o.arlay,eallingat
LONDONDBBBT. to receive.
iveea eoareeM ace aaiiaaoa
rpesaencer, to aad from Inland and Soetland.
uir 0Tbee S wan lie ar hail el lion, aa walaftlght
I aaaiiaitaiata. nrrj rh aa earperaaoad Bnrgeon,
I every atuaUoa la paid to theaaaforteiadeooommoda-
a cm of peaengera,
A totvoreaeddrren to LONDON-
DBBT.. b.g.r-k.nd kw -calling at BfeioJiB'.
I a avotdea.' .. no i i u. a n,, , f
. Qlaetew taaenaer are rnrauoe win can paeage
I ttctt be and frea Londonderry. . i v'.mt
JUIam tlokol giaatee at reuuflea raae. h ib i
OertlBcatee laeued for carrying te and bringing ont
inn from all tne principal towne oi ureal uniain
lire:
i land, at reduced nut, try tna line er eteamer
by the WASHINGTON LINN Of BAaLaNw f AOJ
aavlng Llvtrpool every vtik.
I Biff at Draft for Xi aa wawarA
akl la tBBlaad, lroljal aooi.ul
...n land r waui, if i .(
For , apply at th Offloe. 88 BROATJa
WAT, Now ork, aad 19 WAItH
Mworpooi,
. . tABZl a IXASLI, esBeral lgoU,
Of to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
' aolO-lrdkW : , -.Xo OiBce, Coluabaa. Ohio..
Oo-PartnerBhip.i
IHATB THIS DAT ADMITTED
aoa JAMBS AD0B BAIN a partaar 11 ay
which wll, hex. after be conducted ander the
Of BIB a BOB.. - r.aaAJA,aaoaimaigu
Oolaabas. In U. IB. I
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(Late of Phalna's BatabHahoMt, N. T FMBiatsro
lha ATaw vara vaanionAOia BDAV1DK. US
Bhaapeaalag, Carting and Drealng sajoaai But
(tree, ever Ih Poet Offloe, when aliefceuo
gfvea In all the varioae braneka, Ladies
CMUIma't lUir "reealng doa In to eeat Suaaw
Summer Arrangement.
Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
FjnnSi!
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' ACCOKlfoDATlOS at S . etopplnal all si,
tlon bfiwaen Columbai aod Cincinnati aod fo.iteo,
rlvtng at Olnelooatf at 10 05 a : at., and at Uefteet at
10a..,onetligt X)a,toei for Iadiuapou ud
we.weaw j j., f .n'n'it 4iu
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No. 1 1XPBI9S at H Ma.M.ieWpelfti at Jeffenoe.
Loudon, Ouarleetoet Oederrlile, Xta, BprlDg Valley,
Oorwln. IretDuit. rort Ancient, elerrow It.. Lebanon.
Ifoattr'a, Loveland and Mllford
irora. airiviog at uincioaan
t p. m.. vayton i e p.
b. ai.ieooDfoilni wun tae
MiealMlpyt fUllraa LealeMlla, Ky., Tla
I eeeaea. Cairo, lu Lome. w Orlteav; t.i Payiei
ror inaunapeiie, Laiayette, ?mn U4BM, i'iatQ D
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MAIL at I. Mb. a .itoDnlnaal all tloa between
luolnmon an xeia,aca at eprtiig valley, "Jorwio,
I morrow ana iioreiaia, arriving ai tuicinnau at a a
! FOURTH TRAIN. m " '
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Ion at 8.55 a. m.i connecting at Cincinnati with th
OhlondllnlaipplBllroad lor Loulrvlll. Ireoavllle,
Vtocenna, Oalri, St. Loula., Memphl. Nw Orleae,
and all poinu South and Bonth-wet; aleo.at Dayton
" auuiauau, Aeuayeiw, Aeir ataoie, t,uiago, etc.
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' P. W. ITRAD'R, ! .'.VC
- Oeseral Tiokel Agent, OlaolnDiU, ,
' JNO. W. DOHIBTr, ,'.
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Leave Coluabe S.S0A.'Bf. from TJnlen Depot, vis
Belial re or Bieabeavlile J arrrrel at Beimua. iw a
M.I BUataavllla. 14 90 P. M.i Plltatmrah-J 40 P. U.
u.-l.k I tn . u . in t -m m itmm
Torfc S.00 A. St.: ta PMadtlvkia. ontm at Phila
delphia, 1.10 A. M.: vera 1 SO k.U Cooneoia
at MarraMar ar eaiiiaove. ariiriaa at v a. a,
Mima a. .w a.
SleeplDi Cari attached, to tlui1 Train
from Oolaaba, rwa dlreotly through to Bellalr or
Pitubnrgh without change, and Paeawnra. via Allen'
town arrive In Mew York at I A. : I uui.e
HTlffO H0UB8 IH APT AN0B Of NOBTTTBBH
Aiinae. .
This Train also oonneots at Bellalr with th
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. 1
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Leaves Colaabns 11 85 A at ,- from Colon Depot, via
Staubrnvllle; irrlva at Newark, IS 50 P. M.I CoeBoe-
toa. S.1S P. M.I 8iabuvtlla. S r. m l Pltubarg, 9.
IP TTTrhUla Uie.nly rout by which Paaaenre
aa laaveClnelnaetl at T . A. U., go through te Pitt
burgh la daylight, without change of career delay. '.-
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Leaves Ooloaibaa 1.15 P. H Iron Cnlen Depei via
F.M.Ira: arrive at Narara, 1 S3 P. M ) lanaavlll,
4 31 P at I Bellalr 7 .55 r. M.I Pltlbunh. 11.85 P.
It. I Harrlabarg, 0.00 AM A ria AVontosen, arrive
at daw Tork,4 P. K leM PMIatdpUa, arrive
Pbliadel. hia, 1-10 P. at. : New Tork, P. M, Thl
Traia alw connect St Barilabarg lor Baltimore, ar
riving at IP. at. i
This Train run through to Blllr or PUteburg with
out change of Cant and from ritteburg there le no
chan of Oar to Phi adelphia, or via Allen tewn
w xora urn oneiing ' ,-.-.
Th only Root front Coloaabas to Bltimore,
rmiadeipbi, or ew X or k, with only ,
.. . ' on ohog of Car.
By this Train Paa.nr.re arrive la New Toik fir
Bonn In advaaa of tbe Northern line.
Tbl Train aha connect at Bellalr wlih the Baluaore
I end Okie . It. - . t M
IT This Rout Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
-iiio mora nan,, iuu mile SDorter to ' .
New. York, than Northern Noel
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GENERALVHARDIVARE,:
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warWaJs'i;waViria war.
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ltV rane"1 wivtw. aaevrwr-BMavtyftla
... Qoldea Bill Sblrt. various .lkS-,uK. i t4::A
r) -'Driving snd Btree ftfevee, do I ,lj '
ueaaaa reoiei naauaavauwia. vatawaryaa,rr
irair noacaaei VBderttaranata,
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and eaaalne ear ay Bawoof . t:.' j'.
1 - AMERICAN WATCHES;
aanafatafcdty i. BtOWABb mi CO BkW.nBfaa
Then Watohee are- far aapeiiov to anything .wveAT.rad
to inepaoiw, axrvwi. oanog ue exaiualve acenev.
I eaa all ih.a at pricee to suit' the Uboj. I Aare
aaatltotaral hy. AJfELBJO, TjlAQT 4k 09 J aiso,
BaaaaarWaeatef .1,. aiLt 1 .!'
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Dally, pet year,
Tit woe
-Weekly, per rear... v..,....,,. a eg .
nkljr, per yea. 1 SO ;
Weekly
Speech of Mr. Hendricks of Indiana.
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Th Union Pmoeraey of Johnson aaantv.
lodUoii held VoosIrjg;'jinetiDf on. 8atarday
Ul XIUI. ,TD SUU SnUmtl SSI . .
0 Saturdays Angoei Mtb, tb Demoorsty
Jobntea OXlni net Ant Maaa Pvw,.
at PraDklla. : Frog kit part of th oowoty thev
esta poorlog lo at an early hoar to th dat '
' its prooeeeLoo of fagona and boreomcn from
PIot township, boaded by tb -Star Span.
14 BaD0r," and Bartial band nlaelna- Hall
Calaabla" Yak Oeodlo,' toad It
appaaraocolral.,3 Tb dUplsy w aajrotneent
a it- moved dowa -tb prlnalpto- Mreet- and
aronod tb pablle qaar, anM tb entbneUat 0
eheoriog of tb mBlrttude.i Tie oama1 Clark,
wtjito, Kivr, Union, HeosUy, Nloevab sod
Blue River, all D.mooraiia -towaahlM. Tna
people the Deaoorat freai sraoog wboabOO
ma, tbaioffiea beios. wUh-4ba anweiiiin of
three, Rdpubluaos, kao alrady been ftunlebcd
10 sntuenerai uovmaetM for tb fleleoae ot
th &rjauiailornnr lb Unloo, Bane - -
Nothing called them bat tb dp olioitud
aacti maa fslt oaneerolog lb oooditioa of
ooantry which was one Droeoeroua; bannv and
uuneu. 1 Dora wer no nomioation whatever
to make, do candidate bad beetlrred tbaw
selv In order to rally crowds ot gbelr espeeial
frlendsi tbe people tb Demooraot cmeolv
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to tesUfy anw their oodjlng devotion lo tb
vuuauiuiiuo ana ta uoion. . -' 1.
Bon. Tmobtas A. HfsDsiocl.lat Dsaocrstle
oandidat (or Governor, apok aa' follows:
Mi. Heodricks beins? Balled foe raamniW
er u . . . . . . . . . -7 .
o eatu was o nao heretofore Dean honored bv
uoiug oaura 10 aoor id pooplo of tb OUB
tie tepreaeoud in Ibis meeting. . That waa in
oar bright days of prosperity, bat now darkness
and ruin threaten us. .., . ;., : .ui -.a , . ..
Bepublloan leaders and newsMBors bow an-
peal to s to abandon our party organkcaUoa.
flow shall we rospoodl VV bar been Demo
crat beoaua w believed the sucoees of that
party and tb adoption of it principles would
near ids prosperity 01 the oanlry and tb eon
uouea union 01 in states, ror.no other reason
hav w been party men. Is ther aoytbiog Ik
tua pa, uiewy 01 saas party snag joauflea ns ta
abaDdoning it? Did it not hav la origin in
uw wany uaja 01 uo repoouo, ana was not Jef
(erson It apostl and Jackson on of its chief
tains! .for sixty rears naat ha it not been
connected with every great movement ot tb
Government and Identified with itapolloyt' In
tb adoption of that polioy which ha extended
oar bordeis and carried oar flag westward to tb
ocean j in to negotiation ot the treaties tbat
regulate oar lnteroourt with foreign: nations,
ana secar oar eommsroo apon all aeaa. and In
lb naotmnt ot. th law wbteh. beoaas of
tbelr excellence, hav becom fixed and Derma-
nent, aod in every oonteet for civil and rellirlou
uoerty, too ivemooraiio party baa stood in tb
front ranks. Daring all th tim of tb ascend
ancy of tbat party w hav been a nnltod, hap
py sad proepwou people, and oar won try bat
advaaoed is It career of prid and greatneea.
out w oou mat party waa aelaatod and iB itg
stead tb fiepublicao party oam Into power,
and fire abort aootbs of, It ml prceeota oar
ooantry In It preMot oondition., But is th
proposiUoato baadoa oarty Iranklv and hon
ally msdat j Do tb hUpubiioaa iaadort iktoad
to act Boon It f in bie lnauaural did not Mr.
Linooln say that tb Chicago platfora would b
lb law U hi Adainlairatloni and In hi recent
nesMg did b BOt repeat tbat is waa probabl
h would adbereBQ bl tnaagarail And are not
Uvrt aupBB iron all otvu ffioa to make
plac for RpubUoat . Than tb RapabUoao
platfora is to b th polloy or th Addiiaisira
lion, aod Deaoorat or vry wbar to be pro
scribed because of .heir political opinion, and
yetUey ar akd vo abandon party. IisibdIj
aan that Democrat ar asked to Join th R
pBblloaa and to aak In th Nor ik m gigantic
sectional party. ?: . . . ' -
Is ther anything In th present condition
th ooantry that will allow as to abandon tb
Demooratio organisation! Have wo not been
rained ky sectionalism North and soatiooaliaa
Sooth y fanatic Worth and by flre-aatets
Booth by lb appeals ot demagogue Worth and
South to aaotional passion, prejudioo and hatred
until tb ptopl hav ooa . to hat ech
other 7 W all know this 1 th eaoa of our
trouble, Then bow eaa w abandon th only
party wblob bold dootrioe fair, equal and Juat
to all sections, and Jeav tb Oaut ot our coun
try In tb bond of tb men who have contrib
tsd to oar present condition! Wbll w
hav a country to aavo and a Uoion to pre
erv, tber Is a work and alMloo for th Liem-
ooaraio party . v j - .i-i-u s 1.1
it aay b tbat tupubiioans may rl that they
ought to abandon tbir party aod form a Unlea
party. Tbat I well, II tby will abandon
tblr soetiooal and embrac Union tea ti Bent
bat Democrat do not nd to a baa don Daoo
raoy to becom Uaioa men.' If tky a. aood
aod tru Avemocrsts, sby ar good and true
U uoa Ba. ror rears bare w not deprecated
th organisation oi geographical Darttee. preach
ing tb dootrloes of Waahington'a farwll
Aaares nntii we nv Den ridiculed
UoiOL-savcra T . Toes time prov Watblng
ton to tav been pot only a statesman but
prophet. , .',:". 7.' ' . .'
. bava not tlm to nndertak' a dlscnaioa
the great queatloos tbat now fore theaselve
upon to puoito attention, t can only say
1 do aol defend or Justify tbo people' of tb
South.' Tb revolution which tbey have pre
cipitated is not o be Jutifld-i-lt wt without
adt oust cans. Cooa-r baa now. br lesUla-
tlon, reoogolsed th existenco of war, and
good oltilcos wc respect that potion of Con-
Bteas, ana sustain tb present Administration
I r 1 n . .1 -i , . .
in ita cicuuuuu. sot at toe aam tlfO WVBOp
1 or an eariy, noaoraoi ana permanent peaoe,
aod ought to favor every movement to that
Hao) gn iriitauden aatraat beea adooiad
Last winter, pea.: would bow mil noon
land. D aaunaaiai . aueu -tnea . sat no more
coaproaa-- mor oaoslo-.od
tb a acn aay, no compromise with rebels
With arms la their kaadav u Wkoa Soots, In
mid, of hi splendid aoblvant la' Mexico.
lotpenaea oosuiuie enm oar peao messeager
couia meet to iaexioan Mtnortue ror oego
ttoUoas and adjuMaenl. who la all tbla land
not aay It waa la a coord an oe wlik to sptrw
vorauaaity ana ei irinMUOrwaja altogether
beooaiag tb proud oaioa ad people who
Bray than atood sttUt .1 -,....- ,i 1 , :
1 do not know that adjustment 1st possible
out 11 poaioie, a am lor it and should hav
supported th proposition of Mr. Cox la Ih
Cwgt, lor tbe appointment of a number
our most eminent men a oomrnlaLonera
meet men of tb Ilk sort Irom tb South. "
It ould mult lo4i good, It would do no harm,
Bat even ihsl was retocud by la party
power. . . , . ... . . -. ..... . , :' v-.
Ill now Deing given out that th present
Adainlswa-tloa I th Government, and that
ttriorar apo H will b allowed, t That senti
ment muto resisted it we ar retain
liberties, eternal vlgilano la tb prJe of
rty. in eooduot or public officers is always
tne prop euoject ox invaaagauoa and
olsa. 1 .Tyrants aloe aay claim, aa txemntton.
TbecoBdaotof Mr. Lincoln in makmr; arrests
without authority ot law, end continuing
Imprisonment without trial r add In Interfering
wita tn uoerty a ta preas ana i.-eeaom
speoh, allin tb tery lao of th ConaUtBtlos,
admonishes ns tbat th liberties of tb people
ar In danger.' I believe nooa'ar so stupid
bow, ba to Btippos that th oas ol the North
ha a prtaotd ky the aet, winck a
publleae Senat refused to aanotlon, but on
contrary, It is quit evident tbat tb effect
been to strengthen tn secessioa eentiment
soae looalitlMW is I a loat heresy that
Praaideot may vlcUte Ik Coutltabpa fat
U preserve It.. , . . ', .. '"
why this sDSiuvns to mvatigation,
T dslou ana witioum, ween sue greveag
fair, ar being l.ft
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wit) show it. aod tbahanda nt ih..n.
be strengthened., U.oatlte oilier bans, tb It
aaaaa yayataaiya, trasa nl UTOTllUai if th
people mouy Is eelna ajed to nriok borrapt
partiaaoB. and th Babllo aaniaa la aaalaJi
.tVB.,- Pdand cor-
svowpiw w ouen t, think, tat la It leading
msMiire tbl AdmloUHaUoa baa eea deeply
In fault, I am iwaUM at being able 10 say tbat
I believe (be affairs of that departae! presid
ed ever by ad ludiajaian, ar aoiy tad efflaleatly
conduotetf. : ' T
Had I lime I would call your attention to th
teeeM agtelaUon of Congree to tb tariff pol
ley wbioa jtimBUt. atr Indnawyandeo
.terpriao, aod paraljgc tb Weat aod to the
direct ux law, wblob will b found 10 faU moat
heavily tpoh atrr1cl tote, bat th eaten of th
aor aaaonUbes a that ay rmaik moat
com teaclos. -r ..,
Ia maintaining the Democratlo orgsalsatlon
I bellev toil Serve tha aonntr. and ae haark
Is with you I th movement, " i '.) ,
ai ui in coo tluslee of Mr. Headrlck's spoa
tbemeetloe adiournsd with thraa tlmaa thrm
obeers fur tb Cuottltatlon sod lbs tJulen.
Speech of Mr. Hendricks of Indiana. Appointments and Promotions in the
Speech of Mr. Hendricks of Indiana. Appointments and Promotions in the U. S. Army.
GENERAL ORDER, NO. 62.
WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJ'T GEN'L'S OFFICE.
WASHINGTON, August 20, 1861.
Appolotmems made bv tb Preeldent. bv and
with the advice of tn Senate, and ky th Pre.
went Bion, sine tn adjournment or tb Ban
al, in th volunteer fore raised in oonformit
with tbe President's proclamation ot May 3.
1861. and the acU of Cone-rea annrnvart Jolv
OA I OK ,Qfl a rr
[We select the names of Ohioans.]
ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S DEPARTMENT.
Dmm PUtt, of Ohio, to be AaleUot Adl
tant-General.i with the rank of Cam in. Jane
no ont r
4O,A0OSa l((.,'.,'.',:ifi,
QUARTER-MASTER'S DEPARTMENT.
" Cbtrles W.' Moulton. of Ohio, to b Assistant
Quarter master, with th rank of Captain, Jan
26; 1861.
Fieldlntf Lourer. of Ohio, to be Assistant
Qdsrter-master, with the rank of Csptaia, Jan
2d, 1861. ' ....
John O. Kllnck. of Ohio, to be A!Uct
Quarter-master, with tbe rank oi CaDtain. An
gu.tS,1861.
John J. lwell, of Ohio, to be Aalstant
Quarter-m aater, with tbe rank of Captain, Au
gut3, 1861. j
.. Edward D. Cbsnmsn. of Ohio, to be Assist
ant Qjsrter-mtiter, with tb rank of Captain,
Augut3, 1861. " '
M. D. W. LecmU.of Ohio, to b AataUnt
Quarter-maetar, with tbe rank of Captain, Au
gust 6, 1661. 0 , , ..j ! : . . -.i 1 ' 1 ...
SUBSISTENCE DEPARTMENT.
"Jot. O. Crane, of Ohio, lo b Commits arv of
Bu6sntoc, with tb rank of Captain, Jon so,
1001. . - i , .
Franols Dart, of Ohio, to b Commissary of
Subtlstonc, with th rank of Captain, August
9, 1001. -' i-.,.-
Samuel B. R. Carpenter.5 of Ohio, to b Com
missary of Subslttaace, with tb rank of Cap
tain, August 3, 1861. - t
Stephen H. Webb, of Ohio, to b Commlaa-
ry or Bubsistenos, with tbo rank of Capuln,
August 5, 1861. ' - '
Augustus V. Barrlnger, of Ohio, to b Com
missary or subsistence, with th rank or lisp-
tain, August 0, 1861.
Nathaniel Marioa.of Ohio, to b Commlssa
ry of Sobe'etenoe, with th rank ot Captain,
August 6. 1861.
William M. Green, of Ohio, to b Commis
sary or Bukelstenoe, with Ike rank of Captain,
August 17. 1861. . 1 . . .
Jacob Heaton, of Ohio, to be Commissary of
Subelstano. with the rank ei Captain, August
17, 1861. -
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT.
of
Charles O'Leery, of Ohio, to be Brigad Bur-
gson, Aug. 3, '61.
- r. taobinsoo, or Uhlo, to b Aaigad Bur
geon, Aug 6, '61.
Wm GlendeDntn, of Ohio, to b Brigad Sur
geon, Aug. , '61.
. Ueo. G. Shamard, of Ohio, to bBflgd Sur
geon, Aug. o, 'bl. ( . .
PAY DEPARTMENT.
aa
, David Taylor, of Ohio, too additional Pay
master, June 1, 'bl.
' ' Dwlgbt Btooleter, of Ohio, to be additional
Paymaster, Jane 1, '61.
.. Mateom McDowell, of Ohio, to b additional
Paymaster, June 1, '61. .
Jubn Coon, of Ohio, to ba addltonal Pavmaater.
Janl.61. - ' ...
1 Geo. B. Way, of Ohio, to b sddltiosal Pay
muter, Jocal, 'Ci
Coat Kiooey. ol Ohio, to b additional Pay
master, June 1, '61.
- Horace A H atcbin. of Ohio, to be additional
Paymaster, June 1, '61. . ,
Henry 0. Keese, of Ohio, to be additional
Paymaster, June 1. '61. 1
Jacob A. Camp, of Ohio, to be additional Pav
matter, Jane 1, '61 . .. r
Fayette Brown, of Ohio, to b additional Fat-
mastetv'Jnn 1, '6U 1 "
Isaa N . Cooke, of Ohio, la b additional fay.
maater, Jond l,-'6L -. :
B .Rush. Cowan. of Ohio, to be additional
Pavmaater. June 1. '61.
Howard Matthew, of Ohio, to be additional
Pa; matte, j ao I, fji. . , :'. . .
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As all parth nanevactorteg Bewtop If aehisa, ar eb
lleedan-d Mr, Haw a lioean ea each
and era a eo ooapelled to Buk returns a aia, suder
wtk, m to thenaahar eaU, ha baok give aasmatataa-
maot- from tbie nilable aoa roa w have obtMaad lb
following etatUttoa. Of the maoubas Bad ia the peer
ltttharewertai ij )i:..t t -. ..i t.- .1 1
. ,, , By Wheetor a Wilaa,...,.....Bljrj6. ,.
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; l va 4lrvM a Baker. ...... ...A0He ''V
Shawln thaaalaof Wheeler A Wuaoa la ka AoaAai
thoa of any ether Company ' ' i
Awarded ttki higheet praenna at the ' 1
Coitat Stata fain ef 1UM,aujS end 1801 v:
lias at th
OMe State Ban ef 1850 and 188)
and at nearly 11 the County fain la the Itaa.
Oar erieee. at the lato redaction, ewe a lea ae
loat ttoA aaehla ao aald. aod bat a auto high
the interior two sarvda cvaaea two aeoASms,
tsreeeapoa aeaawkea. 1
Tb WtiBBltBk a, WTLBON BtAOHLNB Bakes
Loca Btiow heenJyee which aaoot be rave lad.
la Autn oe Bora eieaof toe anode. Mavina nr4otor
okainontk wndtr oido.
ftrea IB aaetr rree a enarea. . ,1 .-,. v
... f , B.,CBAAI,ei High at.,OolBaba,0.,
1,1 - -t Wat. SUMNXB A COW
eacl-sawdlrakwOa Pike's Opera Uoaa. Claebmati.
t,:ar. rt:'-d B.-'-APTMrflMMWIt. . ,
ti fee th IBBTANT BBUflf
t d aa PBBJIAIf BltT CTJBB ef tt
;..n a4aaato( Meapavat a .,
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BROSCniAL 0IQAEIITK8,
lladeVo- B. IBTMOtrBAOO.. 1 Naaae
Price Bl pet tox Mtlree ky Beat.
) rot lill At A UIIITI,n.
. aarS-dAwlyl
01st 1 Oea rearkd Barley. . r7 t s
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ao BAeeoaa, aade to en aewaat
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HQNNE WELL'S .
. .v UNIVERSAIa
Pot all Till tat and Lan fla.UaiA . taalaaaa ana.
taaatpattai aaaala, Wamanae Oooaa. Caneaa aam
Ooauaoa Ceoeea. a ... raau. n
" Baperlo .. freed traa all Opaaae at
Bawtaproprtta,auy be aaw T 1 fTtlTTtS tniufU
aoaae, awUhp4MeatoMa.
HDlWlOL'S'r
CELEBRATED '
; V:' . ;,T0LU , AODTKD.
TVS OaaATarr NatcAaL Okatb eve .Ban I SaSka
wev Id, eealalalag aet a paraaa ef Oflea, aay aery eaB
etaaa batU,aWly aajataaie aad aillial pnai sua
A aue Beaertp tor Namaiata, Baai auTtaa. ttoaa.
Teera abb Bab Aoaa, OATaajua, keeaea BUr wvea.
aa ail aaner aerraa veaaj
foe Laa aiaar. and I
la aBtrn vaiHMis,
Ukaaaaaaaal. aad towhafe
aiaaneeared.
v
roa pauaioM nawaa N M a eaoat pertat aaaady.
foa Boera, CoBUiAOrta, after aawag ah paaa It astr
m a phyetoi a aaa aiawrtaat MBUaBt with Ba eaith;a
foe DauaioM
sen eweaa vpiaa. -- r
T Phyeieaae, faraaa and Trial BatoawUI beaat,
a ff f Pi-
we to oeaar er lavaild a eaarteejve pampala Mtlaat
poataaa ataap." ....
Pnyand Bator the apeeavl aiptrvalaa ef
JOHlf la. HONISBW ELL,
S Ormaarsial WWtBoatoau ;
" r' ill snliilliat
Prlsa lawgefJeegk kiaisy, aeaa pw Battle.
Small SS " "
Tolaasadra. '. - Be M
foeal by the aaaal whnlaml tad i
b7bbt8 injmL, Lkkitn,
ioHH a. cook. i. ht, oama,
4). DBNiamBONI, A. J. BOHTJBLLSa BON,
aayl7-wly Areata lor Oouaba. Oka.
STONE'SJAZAAR.
N"o. 4i GKvvzine JBlock.
aaaBAwaa
A. P. STONE & (yHilRi
A BENOWRBOEITJIIOTHEIat WW.
XL lis uuuds, aod tovit ih pablle
No seeh etosk of Saod ba ever kaaa Wraaxbl a
thl aaravt. Tbe Soath, ta innnaaiaa ei th hilar
ef th grata erap, has aet keaa eel a parabaee Oa aa
aaleaaoUty ef rabgneda, and Ikla BMt ka. foraad aa
laperan a eau laa at paaa aaauaa. Oar kayar
(Mr. Btoaw) being to New Tork at Iheee large saas, toe,
advanaee ef thaa, and w aaa and will all ear paada
hare, at lea than any ape who parakiial ewe Wuba aan.
paid forthea to New Tork. Oweteafe toeiaagliM to
every derailment of
E.LEOANT DRE39 BILKS,
OTTOMAN rELOURS.
BROCHE f ALENCIA9,
PRINTED ME XI NOB, -P&Uf
TED COBUROa,
' . . , DYED COBCGSi
BLACK ALPACAS, '
ORLCANB, " '
FANCT WOVEN T ARRIC9,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLIN. PRINTS,
- . , DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thanaand Dollars Tfarth
Bought in One Day,
LADIES7" FUftS,
hosiery department;
BUo-a, Ladat aad Chlldrne Under Bhlrta aad Draweai
Ladua, Ban aad Ohiidraa' Hoeary ef ell kiade, la
Weal aad Lamb's Wool! f leaov Lined and Oottoa Bkrraa
ef every aak
also
A complete assortment of all th oaaal vari
Us of
LADIES' CLOTHS, '
CASSIMERES, " ia'
OVERCOATINOS,
- TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, , , .
RIBBONS,
j DRESS TRIMMLN06.
Lkdlei and Gent'i Linen Ckmorlo Hand
korcbJofa, AO, tto. . .
Te paraeae wke all ea aa, w ptoige ear ward to
boe thaa tbe torgeat, haM and cheap! ataek ef 0da
ever eeea to iabj aarkat, er pay mm dollar par
beer while aekiog. . j. - .
CMea-eLysawiiw. -: ., . BTOJIB 97ABBA.
NEW ARRIVALS
or-
Spring
& SuiiiArier.:lVi
The etook Berpaa1ahArl.
FKOM LATEST IBUPTATItflS3 OF
new ;x ORK;
- BIT ITOCXOf 'sa '?
Spring & Bummer Llillinery
I bow saap 1st, eoap rMng every vattoty ef BUlla
eryi alao, a large aaaortaaant ef taabrewrrla, Biaary
and Nottona, A., aad la aaatltas aad prla that
aot fail to salt all who atay favor aa with (all. The
good bar been bought at rank prtooe, aod will k aoa
ataaaall advtaoe pa eost.
Kim H. E. T0DNQ. late of Ne? Tork City,
wilt BBaartotesd Ih Mlllaery PiialmlaC teaag
Broadway will aloe t a waraaty that she will ke able
toivatlrallafetloa la aattan of Mac to ail who
say favar bar with th.lr orden. '
The Ladlee ef Colaaka avd vtaalty wfN paaee a
eeptmy slaeea thaak Sr walr Ubara taiaag. aa
I weal! rpetfullr tellcU a attoaae sf the aaa.
es Kaat laws Mt . Olaaeaa, O.
STBBJIB OBUTTBNDBN. . . . BBWBr t.
, S. V H.T.CHITTENDEN
ATTOBNBTf AT t AW. J
TO Oflcss, 189 Broadway' lw Tat ' Oily, tad
aaoaT BTOBtra, CelBwaaj, OMe. !
J7Oarral athattoa paid a Ooliactaoe.
ssriaaea '
fialtiinore Clcthbf flonss.
TTTnrart - mi
AjrofAOTraaB ait wwrnsain
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
r.No, 308 W. ltimoret
" ' - BALTinaKB, 111 ,
t:f ..: ' . 1-
A Urge aAwortmant of Ples sad lrrmlskln. .
t .-1 1 .v floda CaaBttatl aa -Ukl;
OetSMly '. . . .i(i . ti Jvi...
B A. OLE Llt A S 8 OR K 8,
ltl1 CarBarBprlna; ds Wt:'lia
Oolxxxrktoiuxa-x oialo.
aadaaaneibetBren 4 Baa tad OaeepariMoa flietlaas
, rialAhad Braes, Work ef U DaaivtaaV
;i j CTCKCSLCaTTir-S, ftC.
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