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Attorney & Counsellor at law,
AlilON, OHIO. L
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1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.---Time
Summer Arrangements.---Time Changed.
Summer Arrangements.---Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
' Connecting at Crtilllne with Ihe FirTSBDROU, IT.
WATSi Ja 0HICA00 RAILROAD
for rmburg, rkOadtljMii and Aimori. Mto
' for fbrt Wasn't and dhiaago. '
Connecting at ClMeJao; with It JbAKK B110BB BAIL
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will leave iwanngert at all itailon toaih of Oallun,
top Delaware., Aibley,' Crdiunon aud Ollnul, and
, at allautlona north of Omijti, arriving at OlereUnd
F.w,jijuium w ev r, uudalo f ;xo P. m.
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r. n., ritunurgii rla Omtline 3:20 p. M , PblladeivJ
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a.m. Will atop at Lewie Outre, (for White Sulphur
Springe), Ixiaware, C'ardlngton, Oallon, CmtUiie, bbel
. by. Mew Loodon, Welllngtoe) and Orafton, ariire at
OriTtland at 3:35 p. bwriklrk, 30 p. a.; 0nt-
..t, flo, lu: p. m i Albany, :. m.moWtoik, I:iS
r.m.i Beaton, 4:40 p.m. ' Ttrla Train DonnccUat Bhet
. y for Banduiky, and at iftoo for Toledo, artltliig at
a Soled at 0:411 p. in. i-ji . 1 "
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t.80 p. m. ' Will atop at all alailon Sooib of
8hell.y, and at tw, tandun, rVelllngtoa,' tirafloo,
- and Bereai arriving at CbTvelatut at f:M j. m s Dun
'Mrk, tkHWacB'Baffalb, SrWf m.; Albaiij, 10 p. a.:
K.York, d p. m.i Boatop.' ) 1.43 p. . Plttabarwb,
' W0renlltH,,at 11:15 p. n PhlUltlpbla, J:00p. m..
Chlwgo, f Orflln,:45 a. m. fn Iraln conneei
at rhelby for fcandutkjf and loltdo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:5 p. m. ..
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Patent Sleeping Cart ro ran on all
J " Bight Traini to Chicago, Jfe ;, '
T '-' "y York andBoiton;.r;',i! s"
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AftlKB PATTBRSON, Agent, '
. Columbtu, Ohio.-;
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Asd.lank-Baok llaoafiuitareri
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BTOITBT filOB ' ITEtlT'. COLlTKB TJS. OHIO
arlMlw.Bgir.unUi.ii ,?At.7.raWMT,
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''"'(lte,,l4iirj1veo;a new ntV of rifxjf SKIRTS
nWid1naaflrjTiif Vuperlof Itfan.V yet Introdiund
nn nfj irriTrrt xtt.oU . J
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-WOROESTEEi'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Thoatflit-Tha largeit-tho 2it
Th Cheapeit fieoaoia the PeiJ, j ft
Tlte JMot Hellahl htandard An-
r?.! kTM ! ,nt Engllah Laafnau.' .
. 1 . Bt,Bm4rtSMmnnttialmri of QMo,
TUB BEST INGUSH SIOTIONAtT litlT
Uurary Jim AwryifAjr.
' '''Hi4l upwarde of a HandreA Tbootend Wordi,
who BUlMwrioka Moaamg tad derivation, tofrlbr
with U1O1 oorreot epeliiag afidproaaiaUo tr olearlr
Mtbefor U)j,f' 1
"V'r? 'k iT"'.' niMaexM Cbmitrrfx. t
Af Iht Dtcltdmi- f tUJhmbtrt of At 0JU AVatw
t' -rc-' ioc4aon. .. ' .
Th ndnif(rnd, memUrt of th Ohio Slate Teach'
AMoelaMoD, adopt and aim tone In teaching, writing
uoV paablwtr. lb ttlbwgrphr an proatuMiatlon of
Worowuc' Uoval Quarto Dictionary, and, w Boat or
dlally reeoBmend It a tb Boat rallabl itandard an
tborlty of tb logllab language, at it la bow written and
polrj 4
. IMiir intHtiWf, preaMmt (enyon College.; '
)M..l)i Ltewm, Buperlnaradeol. Coaenlll lotoeli.
-i'0- f UaAvr, gup't MaealloaQnioa Ichool.
M. P. Oownaar, Sup'l Publi Bohoola, Sandnaky.
'own Ltnoti, Bup't fohlto Bohool. Clrelevlllo.
Ilvwawrowwe Prtedpal Olmlaod Venial gtmtna
ijr. p t , , ' ,
Wm. Mrrcmau, Snp't Publlo chooli, Mt. Colon.
Jom Owu, Prisolpal 8 tat Hormat Bohool, UIom.
Oratr WieonPrlnelpar f oarth InUrmedlat School,
Olmrinnwtl. ........
. H. 8 afeavm, Sap't Oaaten Colon Bcbeol. 1 1 '
Ipwm Knit, Principal KoNeely Hrmal Bcbool. t
u T. Iimi, Prof. Matnenialie, Oblo Cnlveriity.
, WBTir. iDWiltD, gop't Troy Union School.' - "
A. a. BoniM, Principal Wetl Bigh Bchol, Olrr-
Und. 1
-' Si A. No. Tew, Attoctat Principal BlghBcbooli Clrve-
., Tbmsors, Ithibm, Principal High Scboef, Cleve
land. . .. .... .. 1 lf,"-
rK. T. TTDMlrroa, Principal Cleveland InellluU.-
J. A Qaariaxo, Praildent of Ileotio Ioitltate, Hi
ram. 1
L. ITiAinitProf. of Chemlrtrf, Ohio WeeJeyu
Oalrereity. 1 -1 r.-j jn -.1 . 1 ,
U. a. Bamr, Kx-0BBiiioMiof Oobbob Schools,
Ohio.
Jntm Mominw, Prof.' Rhetoric Obrlla Col leg. "
' To HiiL,i'rlilnt Antloch Oolltge. ' . '
0. W. 11. OaTiautT, Prof. AUthBtlc, High
School, Day to. ....
8. 0. CDiC, Prof, languag, High; Bchtol.
BayioWj. t.m '.' r
. 8. U . Bajwaa, lap't TJnkB Bebn, AahUnd.
1 Jforw lAan Sim Bun&ni oOw Pratdmt of OHU-
tot, Prafutor; Author and DUUngvttM Kduoar
PRESIbENTS 6r COLLEOE3 IN OHIO..
, Maaistta Ooum It 1 truly a Bagnlfloent work,
an honor to th author, th pubilaberi, and. lb whole
"7. rreeroeni jinarewa. -
' Out Vbutu Vf-rr-aiTT.'It noeed myripecta
Uom.i It. will be avr ntdw fa drtbowranhy and Dronun-
elatioD, and will often b ooneulted by b for It neat
And accural deanUlon." Preeident Thompeon.
W K. ouono fni "flmtnfnn we nave need
Wtheter' orthocraphr. Al A recent Beeting of ou
Faculty, If wae decided to ebanae It to confora to that
of Wnrotater'f Royal Cuarlo Dlotlonary." f reeldent
aarsald. .- . . I
Wirratn Ra-tam Ooixrw. "I find It worthy f
oraui approbation.'- rreeMent uitensoec. 1
' Oitaun OotUM.'tt Bore than meet fey expct
Uon I reenmntend It a th itandard authority to
orthoepy Dy children and By pupil." Preeident
Bvraw. 1
' Aimoca Cotuei. "I adopt and aim to OM to fetch
log, writing and epeaklng. the orthograob and ronnn'
oiation of Woronon' Moyal Quarto Dictionary."
rroeiaeni 11111. 'v k
"In all bt wrlthrtr. iDeaklDt.and teaohlna. I have en.
dearorad lit oonfenn to tb rale for orthography and
pronunciation a contained in Worotiur a lloUouerr.
Horace Mann, lata Preeident. ' 1
f"TCjVo Oouaa.'BaBtn-''I no'ej cordially rmn
mufi, It-ae tb eaeet relUele atandard authority of the
are ilea annul a It. la eiew written and eoeken."
AJ.nt aboiwi 1 1
SCTCOOt; 'COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Bt. 'JMon 8myf, Oommittiontr of Comme
xjoetHH ta vweo. . .. .
"Th Dlctlonar la an miDarbhabla Bonnment to the
learning and Induitry of lie author, and an boner to the
world ef letter. Th aecbanteai axeeution lifarmp
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which 1 am ac
quainted!" , , j f , j
From Boh,' B. B.1 Barney. Bo-OommUtitntr oj
OCJUKJ4M in tVAfO. L
Th Buxt rellabl a tandard authority of th Ian
gutg.
'i.'-i T.7J-'. 4 7TWAt fIB f i (
Lending Newipapere of .Oblo fgey.
. T.'T JVomtJ Clmland Btrali of JKircASS.
. The orthography of tb Woreeeter Dtctlonar" M that
ed by aoit, If not all. anthore 01 diatinetion In tali
country and England, and conformi to th general oiago
of ordinary writer and tpeakr
Whatever preJudlcM My bar axlated prevlouily, a
areful ttudy of tbi f oluae will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of It great mertti, and a deiln
to add It to tb welleeleoted Ubrary,be It large or aaall,
It la a library In lteelf, and Will remain an imperliha
ble reoord of th learning of U oompUr. - n .
. iron U XnolnmH Oommtroial of April 90.
Her are npwarda of a hnndred vhaaaand word good,
bad and todUIueae whoee enultlfarioaa aieanlagi and
deitvationa, togetaorwith their eorreot epeliing and pro
nunciation, are act clearly be for the aye. The work li
nqaeeUombty th greatett hmnra of Engllaa Wordi
evee itonuancd.
I . .1
rwm t ho CUarUf PttHnSmtmlof Sept. 80,1800.
. Ivtdently Waacsarai'a RoTaa Qoabto Dionoiuiy ti
wol onto th iaet, Avt tAe aan eoori of Ae Ariwt ever it-
aa,an4 tea hJ'Oe) foatUlltg eufef bp oBpaflaon 01
wannnyw i-v;mii n.i r.u : : t 1 jr 1
Aj to rBoaDBOuTteav Woaoinw u Tea Stutdim
followed b obi txet) kUlhurel la deftotilona be leavea
nothing to be deelred, and la-OATHooaaniT It t iitflclent
t lajr Uial WuacxeTaa cu be aafriy fulloeid.
INOIIAn tc HUAGG, ' ,
J?u bllaliera, BookaalUra V tatlaaN;
NO: 191-8UPEKI0R ST.. CLtTELASD, OHIO.
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B!isc,rtacmB41aa. let, I8M.;.B3,408,BS 39
Received tor Premium , dur- .
tog th jear ISO .....$703,033 55 A !
Received for Intereet' taring ' " i
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T57S Pollolea ta In roe, tamrlBr.....Bgs4t6tASI
;- ),43S awW rillda bar beea aawl during ibe ytar.
AfMr m oarer 1 baleulatien of aha preeent tbIb of a(
BUtandlnf Polieieeel law OeeBpaay.aaA herrecg the
MOMevrrw aewwd In reeerr Iherefer, lb DUeotert
hare declared a Divinnr of 45 per cent, on the Preest
Baa paid at th tabl rate, to all pelielee for IK a tee,
leeu , prior to January 1, 1HO0, par! aooardlnc k taw
Drown
reunt inlt of the GoBpenra . . j w . ,
Rateefor all klndief LK CoBtbxecclr. ProaceeW
aMi,saaBla,id AppliaaeloiM, will be furnlaaew
witboot VeUMB, t lb OA Agtosi! th)' Com
pany. ,' ' !
...)'.' -iS ROBT. t: PimRSOIf, PrMldMt.
Z "7 1 lohntoVBloo;
lloofe.
I,, wren Oi irjoi. rj ,rm.iuni i.e li Cell
nbu,0.
a." .r. .c" ' " auobow eeiea
amannrunii a. an iai ati m.t . ..a . L 1 .
baAjBg ji W k- ji ..... 8IJI'.
c;'T .7.1 iiviiv P
,
A compound rtmejy, caaignea o b tho Mont '
effectUAl AUtrativ tlatican mada. - It h
a concentrated 'mtrtct of' Pint fjmftaparllh.
so combined with 'other gubstnncci of itill
greater alterative power ai to aflbrd an efTec
tive antidoto for the diaeaiess fiattaparilla is
reputed to cure. It it believed that tueh a
remedy is .wanted by those who auifef from
Strumous complaint, and that oni Which Will
accomplish their cure must prove of immenM
acrvice to this targe cUas of our afflicted fellow.
citizent IIow completely this compound will
do it la barn provm by Mparhnent on many
of the worst cases to be found of the follo wing
complaints : ;
8oiiorrji,A!AN! ScnoPoi-ous Complaikt?,'
Eruptions and Eucptitb Disbasbh, LrLCr.R3,
Fimtlbi, IIlotchbs, Tokobs, BAlf RiIecm,
Scald IIbad, Brraaie ad SrrHtuTra Ac
pbctions, JgucuniAiDijdjB, DnorsY, Neu
Bamia or Tie DouLOURBtixi DBiaiTY, Dys
pepsia and iNpioBvrxoMt Ertsipklas, Rojs
ea Sr. Akijiony's Fins, and indoed tin whole
class of complaints arisuijiXuvii Impuhity of
TUB liLOQD. . , , T . ; i-J, -bnr.: I
Tliis compound will trb-rtmnd a great pro
moter of health, wlicn taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which. futer: in the
blood at that season of the year. Uy tho time
ly expulsion of them many rankling dUordarg
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
tho aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of, foul eruptions Rod ulcerous
Bore, through whifJh 'the system will etriye to
rid itself, of corruptions, if not assisted to dq,
this through the natural channel- of the liody
by an alterative nmlkine. Cleausa out the
vitiated blood vrtienever you find its rmpurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, ernptionb,
or lores ; cleanse it when you find it ii ob
structed and sluggish in the vcint ; cleanse it
Whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when... Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood.' 1 Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well j but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or lata Bomething
must go wrong, ana . the great .machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown. . .' t
Saraaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarjaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the publlo have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Saraaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
uicy not only contain Ltuo, u any, Barsapa
rilla. but often no curative nronertic whatcv.
er. . Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed tho Use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until tho
name itself in justly despised, and has become
synonymous wait t.nijosiuou win Ciicac. QUll
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to. supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name' lrom the load of obloquy which rests
upon It. And wo think we have eround for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to curs, in oruer to sccuro their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should,
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle. .....
, 7 ntCPABCO Bt ;
on; j. c. a ye it cv co.
L6WELL., MASS.' I ;,
Prlcw, ft per Bottle Six Bottles for $3.
leer's 'Cherry Pectoral1
has' wen for itself eaeh a icfiorrn for the Cure of
every variety of 'i'lirout nn d Lniig ComnLriut, that
it is entirely unnecessary for lis to recount the
evidence. of its virtues, wherever it has beta cm
ployed. As it has long been in constant vsq
throughout this section, wo need sot do mere than
assure the people its quality is kept up to tbo best
it ever hn been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief nil It has ever been ouiid to do.
'7 Ayers" "Gatliartic; jPills;',;
'l , fi.'i,i.. , OnTHDCrjHHOt !
Costivoness, ' Jmfiulice," Vyiprpsia, Ituligcttioii,
Dysentery, fbltt Stomach, L'rjstjdas, Headache,
Pitet, Rheumatism, Eruption) and Stun Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt llhemn, Worms, Gout, .iWji'i, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood,
Thev are (iinr-coalcd. so tlmt the most Ronii.
tire can take them plonanntly, nnil they nm.tlie
best aperient in the world for all tlie purposes of a,
fumlly physic. . ' ' ,
fries 25 cents por Box; Tive borss for 5 1 CO.
GreatniimbersorClerryinen,riivj(nans,Stntes-
men, and eminent personages, hnve lent: ilicir
nanm to certify the nnpnrnllelcd usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here. will not permit tho
fnserUon of them. The Agents below n.nncl fur
nish gratis onr American Almanac in which they
are siren s with also full description of the nlmre
complaints, and the treatment that should be fel-''
lowea for their cure. i a.A'
Do not U out off .b unDrincinled denier With
other prepgratiohs thev. mako, more proijt.on.
Demand AVKR'a. and take no others. Yhd U'k
want the best aid there is for them, and tlicy sliould .
hare it. . j v.' ,' .. ....- '
Ail our remedies-are for sole by
v . .. B.OBRRT8 A BAMCTL'Coiieibui
And by Dregrlitaand Daler verywher. j .
CA5 ADIAH ft TJXIIED STATES M AEL
STEAMERS';
. TO AN Of HOITI -,c
LONDONDJJJUiy, GLASGOW,
Liverppolf JMontreal,' Quebec, T'
'fi and
The Honrmil Ocean Slauaihl Oomnanr'a Bratilaei
full.powoied Olyde-built 8 teamen aall everp Mat.
ardap (rum PORTLAND, oarryina th Canadlaa and
United State Uall and passenger, v ,
: f NORWIQIAN, , V" J'i NORTrTAMBRIOAM,...
TA BOHRS'IAN, TV ANGLO IAX0N, .
VJNOKtH BBItOBT, V V UlBBRNlAN.i : , "
. OANACUN, .. SOVABCOriAN. ' :
Sbertcatr Cheapest And qalcftcat Con.
,',.' , Tpaaoa grata - t. ,
AlTEWC itQ UI1 mrj Of OTB0P '
lUteBOV-ft-aiie to Europe, )
V.I1.'. B30L SfML. gsrv ; T . ! .V
Will all from Liverpool awerr Wediiesdare
and frtm OUtBBO erwrp ftaturday, eelllngat
LONBONSAIRRY, to receive on board and kwd alallaand
Paseengera, to aad rroa Ireland aad Scotland. "..;
: irTIho Steeaers ar built of Iron. In Wan.nH.erf
eompartaenU, any each an eaperienced Bnrgeen. iut,
very attention U paid to th comfort and ccomBoria?
Hon of peeeewgere. A theyprooeod direct to LONDON
Mat, th gieat riak sad delay of celling at St. JotuTi
aarwioa. - - , .,,14
uiaegow peemger ere inrniasa with rata rasaaz
ttoket to knd from Londonderry. ,...-, f , -Beiura
Uokele granted at reduoed rate. '''
OertlOcatee luued for oarrylng to aad bringing out pa
anger frea all ta principal Iob-d of Oreat Brllalnead
Ireland, at reduced ratee. hy this Una ef taBre, and
by th WA8UINUI0N LINE Of ALL WO PA0KJT8,
leavun Liverpoel rrjr week. . i , . , ,.J
Bight Draft far Al aad apwaMwaay
: ablala Knalaad, Iraitand. tmmi-r ."
nt. i c taad i Warn, . . .( . . , .
For MMsg, apply at lb Offio. 28 BROAl).
WAV, Near karki and tf WAtKK MVT.t
UvefBaaleni . i- . . j
' tUtt KCAILIX, Qeaeral Agents,''
Or J. R. ARMSTRONCJ
..rfqlO-lyiiaif (at Oaca,OvlBaUu,hlo.
Co-Partnership.
T llivr V..s. wa.w a weaweCw.
'm 1
I. oa JAMBS AP0BR BAIN a partntr la ar baii j
-j , . ..ii vm sinrr eenooctea onderua Br
"'2!l'0'', '..' " ", SoathBIgh (Bt.
Ootemba. y W: m, ' " -' - f ebjg
tb BTW IWk BrMbUui.r.u ,..-. uj. 11.1.:..
. ShaBpeoalng, OurUM and Brawn, aalooa. Beet Slat
lJ"' Oih, atUMtoa will
kifiirS.fe.r:'''" t-B aad
iVii-iir ft asittaie.
' c-rt-rie
Aye
RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
ei-lanei 1lf mi mm 1p'i'
RAILROADS.
Through' toDdiaaaDohiwj
ana put vut tyftangB ex uars heawgeti'
I Columbra and St, lvatoi "
i A0OOUUQDATIOM at 5 a.i.lpene) It all bv
flons be wee Columbua and OinoUaaLt aod Co ton, ai
mlbg at Clndtloatl at 10 05 . oi,, apd al liarleo at
s . (, oennectlrg at Vaytea rot Uudiaoepvlll and
tboWaa.'d i.rt, ,..., u una Lbttb-s
i -.,,:wh-b arr.ttKn.Tv irn vwub -uinofil
rNoi I BIPRBSS atrt 4ffi.a.-LiioppfflgiiicirerJw,'
Loodoa, Onarwae., Oedrrllte, ki Spring Tallt-y,
Corwln. PreeDeiC Vert Aactacft. MarrawBtki lhsnoni
foiter'i, Lovel.ni. and Ullford, arriving at OioeaaaU
eitnp. n uyton at p. B.,oooneetlnf lta Ihe
Oblo end aMivRilrM for UuKvill, Ay., Via
eeonee. Cairo. Il Louie. N.w Or Irene, elo.: at Iraytott'
f IndUnapohe, laTayata, Xert AlaBteV Cblcagw Bo
til Weetern polnti. . ' , , ,4
..m i. i.,TOiRr TnAiN. .. (. - '
MAIb at-0.18 p. a ,atdpptng at all fafcbj beiweta
Ooloeabw aad JLeuukabd At Bprii,g Palley, Oorwla,
SlorryW( and boreiasd, arriving al)JincinMtU at S a.m.
,f-. FOURTH TR'ArN .''" '
KftjIHT kXPBBdJ,' rla Biyton, at' fx 00 alrlnlght,
lopping at. London, Zen!.. Dayton, MlueUetoero and
Ueuilllon, arriving at liiaeinuaUatS.CA a.; at Pay
tun at S..Ua. m.j connecting at ClurinnaiJ with Ibe
Ohio and Minliilppi Railroad lor Lonlivllle. Eramvllle,
tlooenoea, Oalro, ft. Loui.. Mampha, New Orleai.
and all point oouih and Bcuth-weit; aJo, at Dayma
lor Indlaaapolle, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, ftp,
. l )ii I . niiiii rw I
n, v.-
' KT 'or farther Inforoatloo ad tbreagb! Tlcketo,
apply to H. L. DOHEEiy, TicketAgtnt. Union Depot,
OolumbBK i' ii, a- v : - it- I t. I '
r , , . i P. W. BTRADEB, .t"7'"
' -J . antral Ticket Agent, CMInaaavo
i:' - '.: 4NO. DOHBBtV,'('-"r.
i'; :- VT-ai'ti h.,i-:TiWVl1aki
.... .. . E.W. WOODWARD ) jtii
' ' ' 1 'Superintendent, Otneioaati.
'"-. ' oua, e -,n'u.l
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
' COSNEOtiNO AT BELLAIKB WITH TUB ' ',
BALTIMORE' & 6 H 1 0,
'.,",' A0 At PITtBBCROH Wllh tUB .1 .
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL.
,' AIIdROAU: j
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
; Koute to tUl Easterlf Cities!' ""'
Trains Leave Columbus aa follows
,. lieKNIJia BXPBBBSj.flV
Leaves Columbn 3 30 A. M. from Union Setwt. via
Depot. 1
. mi on
oeiiair or ntouoenvl le : arrlvea at Brllalrt, 1U.20 A
M ( Steubeorilt lSKSPrM.; Pliuhorgh, 3 i P.M.;
""'tg! ! A. M.irla Atltntown, arvlveiat Now
Iorke oOA.ll.! el Phtnil,i,,kia .,,1.,. . hii.-
delpbia. 9.10 A.,M New tork. J0. A. M. Oonneea
alio gt Harraibnrg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M.
Bleeping Cars atUched to this train
Proin OolBBbaa, raa directly through to'Belbilr or
riieourKn wiiuoui enangev and faaitugera via Allen
town arrive 'to New tovk at 8 A. MJ,
ILTTWO HOUR Iff 'AntANCB" 0J' NORTHERN
:. i .i
ilNB8.04.
1
This Train abo eontieotg at Bellatre with 'ibe
' t ' Uaiumorcsod Ohio RallroadJJt I.,
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1 1 . FITTSBUROri EXPRESS.' ' I
Uar 0lnDhoilll S8 A vf ,'froa Thlon tepot, via
Breubeevllle; arrlvea a Newark U20 P. M) Co.hoc
on, .15f. M.I StoaMarlllet 1 p AUi PHlebarg, 8.40
c . jl 1 iuie u meoniv ranii mm enian vuMn....
WB leaveClnolnnati at 7 A."IJ.J go through 1 PI in-
uurgu iu uayngni, witoonicnang or canor celnr'
I .
f aw iine:"31
.IV.
Lares ObIaba 8.15 P. M.I 'fmri'tlnloirDeW rla
Bellalrw rrlre at Newark, S 83 P. U t EetiervUI.
4 33 P. al I Bellalra 7 .55 v. M.r PirMh...). ii oa u.
M.; narrlarg, S.OO A. M.i rtV AUimtasom, artlvea
at New Iork,4 C.B. via PUludelpKUi, arrlrn
PnHadel h.a, 1.10 P. M.i Nrw Tork, P. H, -TWe
Title alio connect at 11 arrtrturg for BeUknure, dr.:
rlrlngat 1P.M. ', ! ' ', -.. j .,
Tbi Train rum through to Bellalr or Pltt'ibuiwwlli
ont charge of Car? and froffl Pittibarc there H 'no'
change of Car tofbi'4lyi, a im AlUnttwa to
w r. oiing,, t.,flltri ),...,,
The only Route from Columbus ta Be'hlmore'.1
. Fhiladelphia. or N York, withlouly J ' '
eri; on ooaogo of fiartw C';V'
. By. thM Train? PaMnr' aVrtvet'n'f7ew yJ,! a
boor la adeaucaof Ue Northern lint. 1 r 1
Tbla Trjtn alao wnaKta at Bellalr wl h tbBllm0rt
and Ohio R. R.. , , , 0.. ,
J ( .Mil it:' '3 l. t . '7- '
OThie Route ia 30 ailes shorter to Pittsbifrr'
.o aael mora rtbaa" IOO arilas shorter 'to,
New York than. Nortbero Lines. VL " m
fiagsaga Checked Through tj all im.
portmt Points Eait.'
j I,
.v-. ASK IOR TICKETS VIA t. i-:'
BELLAIRB OR STEUBEN VILLA.:;''
Tickets baed aver eitlier
Hot
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. - Ocajlciat Agent Centre) Ohio R. K. '
I. A. UUrClllNdON, 1
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AGRICUITDIUL WAREHOUSB
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AMERICAN WATCHES,
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3LhS!! Wt.". "V,! VhIng iTer'ofl.red
r k-- - ;.'a m exeiueira agency,
Iaa sell tbea a prtoa to eait da aa .t.t,.Jl.-.I
apeirtdeiarg atoak wi -iUyn m tifrvioi ' tu.'
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[Fortress Monroe (Aug. 23.) Corres. N. Y. Tribune.]
Trial of the Great Union Gun.
a Xestarday took filaoe be Arat experimental
priog with tbf great ao 'UBrOB.'' It was eoa
(Jucted by, Liu .Biylor, of. the Ordaaoce De
WMK.Wi.f MiUMtMi By Hor-et.r.
L Wool And fiutiew.and a eueoui. nf
cera, soldiers, ant) athera. Tb oarriage of ibe
'f rB wunpo Bt uirow toe soot into the
bW-' J11 "f oleiy to cwa the bbd,
which bad uever before been Crejd, aad to attoar.
tain Its fnev3eior going further, it may be
wailto, rtvapl ulet in legwd la tbo goo itaelC
1 Rt'tlf if 2,0(j5 poaodsj axtreme lotti,
IC, ;ft,lar ath of bora. 13 lacs 11 halu.. 1.
arseleavoClKire, 13 uebeo, rifled.). Ui aouat-
t wnM99 earriage, plaoeeV 00 a platform of
solid. majoiwy Like, all rifled projeotilee, the1
Uit aro, cooumI, vbe wilii sboi. weighing 43)
pouoda, aod ,UbeJI.202 rjounda. with a n.ir.t.
jug ooarge ei 9 avucde.. , The charge of pow.
"w."wi rn avooufajna; to eireuaaiaueee,
Iroa,4l)..4o,4& pouoda., The powder ueedoa
this aaoatioa and wbinh na etnuhr will ..i
lor lj Medwwaa the Rodaaa graio powder, the
sp,ftt giaioe f f Aiab varied from the (is
01 a walnut to a heo'a egg. Alt tbiogs being
ready, the proaaas otloadiug the gun was com
meuced.. SargeaovWalcb, at the bead of bis
black battalion of gunners, bad already cleared
tb decks, wheeled the monster so that bis gage
was over the waters, and arranged ibe platform
or staging on which tbe men could staud aod be
up eren with the mugzel. First, the swab,
which two men Insert, cleans tbe loterior: then
comes a mau with a red bnel bag, filled with
powdef, on bis shoulder; it Is tbe oartridge. sod
the ramiod, walked by four mea, sends it bone.
Then comes tbe prooess of getting tbe shot to
He place, a ma.it of metal that four men Oirry
with difficulty. , It is first rolled Into an iron
cradle or Wide strap, looncd with fa. runA. thrniiok
which a plecebf atrong wood, several feet louir,
la Inaail r.A Tk. . I 0
"""li. a iua siuog, toe mea tug tbe shut
op the steps of the platfora,. tome ten feet
high, to tbe mouth of tbe guo Another lift
brings It on a level, aud it U slid into tbe mug
z'e and pushed to its place. Tbe guo is then
elevated by means of an iion bar, tbe gun be
ing; nicely balanced on it trunnions. The prim
ing wire performs Its office, tbe luse is inserted,
and tbe lanyard is attached. .. Tben Lieut. Bay
lor, who, though everything baa been done un
der his minutest ioepeciioa, has moved about
more like a moJeat spectator than tbe respon
elble direotor, gives warning that tbe guo baa
' ueiure ueen urea, ana mores a short dist
ance to ibe rear, In wblcb be Ie imitated by tbe
others. Tbe men who are to calculate the
nigoi 01 toe shot are at their table. Tbe flig
le up. Tbe man with tbe lanyard retiree to it
extreme length. Ready," saya Sergeant
rveitu. aieut oajior gives toe wordi "Ready
fire!" A terrifla orarh, a sheet of flame, aod
the trembling of the earth follow. At tbe same
time iture is a icreecu and a scream canted by
the shot, a black m.ia which you csn see in its
night, yelling like an Infuriated devil iet loose
lrom toe internal teutons. We count the a.n.
oudand watcb to see ibe shot strike. A eol
cmu of water away off on tbe bsy shoots up to
tb height of a ship's mast. Tbe elevation of
the guo was but tea degrees, little mote tbao
blank shot, consequently tbe distance wag not
great, say two miles, tbe time of flight SI teen
seconds. The terrible engine, the echoes of
whose thunders have eearcely yet died ewer
over the waters' Sod elo or. the ahorea. ehm.
breath, a dark sulphurous cloud, flouts before
the wind tbe thiug which we would natorall
associate with tbe idea of a growing fiery mona-
ter, toe emoc-aiment 01 wn toe iuriee, a next
the object ol, aueutiou. It is as oaeeiva aa auv-
tbiug can be. Tbe sergeant pats familiarly us
uiaaeiYe euiooio oreeco, toe smoke curia aluwly
lrom the mouth of tbe chamber from which tbe
430 pound shot has iaat been vomited, and for
the instant it is difficult to reooncile the crash,
1 I . . . .a. .
sue name, toe tremtttiag earth and tbe ear etch,
with tbe th)ng that neither tremblee nor glows,
nor stakes other signs of its truly awful aod al
uiual supernatural eadOBSMaia, Tue iwat time,
a shell is fired, at the aama range, but It fails
to explode. Aod here let me remark that both
shot aod shell seemed, to be not the thing for
the go v The eoft metal with which they were
eoatid stripped Aud flew in all direction then
only at few hundred fel from the gun, eo that
oue might tnittake tbe piecis for a charge ol
grape itom a howliger. Tbe Idea of filling tbe
groove and thereby obtaining a rotary motion,
man nave oteo ont imperlectly realised.
- Tne gun wae aaain loaded with a eolid ahot.
aod elevated tweuiy-eight degrees. This aod
tne ntxteuoc, wnioo wae at tbe same eleratloo,
were very floe feature of the exoeriment Aa
you'wetcbed tbe pregreee of tbe shot, which iu
rt eircult aitaiorel aa tlevatlow pn.bablr oi not
, . . . Onil . . nftn - . ..
isweoaa ouu to auvu leet, yoo might easily eon
twee 'yourself that It wt a wild, screaming,
roariBg gttotater, datbluc tbroorh the .ki.a.
road at tbe on, or an affrighted aplnt from tbe
Doweiaoi toe eartn aeexiog saiety In the clouds.
Tbersngewas about three and a bait mtle.i
tbe ttae, thirty seoonde Twe shells with per
ouataaH fox were then fired iota a sand bank
not more liao twaoty-nre feet from the gnu.
TB reswjt gave some Mea of What the goo
would do agaloet ssod bttterleev The sand was
thrown In eeery direetloo, and tbe experiment
acemtd te prove that th shell accurately fired
weald uidetnilae' and destroy a eaod' battery
quit as 'rapidly as a battalion of men with
thorela. ' The shell burst Into a great on ruber
ot pieces, the parte found weighing bat a few
pwinua. goo following is an analysis of tbe
firing, for which I ant Indebted to Lieutenant
Baylor. It will be read with: interest, not less
by tbe pablio who bare btard eo much of the
Big Oun, than by those who watch such tlperl
ments with a professional interest: ' .
Ao. 1- Elefatlon-10 degree; solid shot,
weight 433 Ibt Oartridra 49 lb. flight ...
85l.yard.- v' - . "'-
- INo. 31 Elevation 10 degree, .hell, weight
JSaibi cartridge 35 lb 1 fli.ht 19.nH..
JW80 yards. - . - '
no. 9. Lievation 39 degrees; solid shot,
weight 493 Ibj Cart.-idge 43 lb j flight 30 seconds;
range 5877 yards. ..."
No. 4 Elevation 28 dawou. ah.lt ..i.vt
351 ,bjort,,d8 35 ,b fli8h seoonds;
range 6040 yards. ' ' .
.o 5. Elevation 0; shell, ' weight 351 lb;
oartrldge 35 lb; fired Into a sand bank. i
" No. l Elevation 0; solid shot 423 lb; esr-tridge43l;tlhjeaae.-'
'
' " 1 .'
[From the Boston Courier.]
A Free Press and Free Speech.
OeegreiO Shall malt AhHd.ir,. ik. a
4mfpeaoh,oref the pren.r OmeUmitt, of tho
" Toe fdndataental aod InditpeDstble principle
of nor free instiiotione ia inoorporated in the
above elans ef eae of the amendment, of tbe
CooatHutiea.i It vis the cam. la fact. iron.
whloh everytblog of the aligbteat vala in those
tnstitatlona. sprint a:.. Without the UBni.iw
ealr reeogolUun of it, we aonkl hare Bo civil,
no scligioa IreedoBH It waa br nnm r n..h
11 1 aad privet dUeuaion by tb noshackled
cxpreauooa ot apintens through tbe preea aod
ia . assemblies of tbe elUsean. and b.
Strained latercbange of aeotiment amoog tbeal
".,h we ououTBtioa Wn reaeaed or that
grand iabrlo of elrll and rellgleo liberty, final
ly established by- our .father, alter a fiery
straggle ot bleed for-lU sake aad which was
Dy mem tranealtted toareetvee, aod has given
us uut;iB)piu profperuy, anq nappioesa, nnui
r.. ... ,,. ..
L - It is to be guarded with a JoropoloBs eare,
oommfoaaratei with toe original estinuteer Its
Value, aad tlth our experleape of tbe inestima
ble bleotioge Jl baa oufrrd. ,. If we are wlie,
we wui not let )t be assailed or obstructed by
any Irresponsible power .. If we do, with it we
lose liberty, and with liberty everything whloh
makes our country worth fightlna for, With.
ont It, we have no liberty. W . are slaves to
that werat. beeause meet Inconsiderate aod nn
sorupulous of all lyraoale, s aaprioioBS aad ex
elied orowd. If we give la p, U we allow it
tn has fa wi n...J 1 . i 7-" .
"" "ned with, we have
. The instrument which secares to as ihe right
of tree .peeob sad free discussion In tbe publlo
prints, is our country. , U to eo,- ma.
pause Of territorv. how. -i-i. 1 ,.i
the earth beneath our feet, nog the covering
B.be ?w h.Md- . This cnatry Ig exl.teoci
"""" Da biid of Ibai moral and Intel
lectual frdum ehinh nali. ....a .-a "V
'ffll'0"1'1 ,0Ur u, Md P"'PM, as men
I. V,i . " 8 cw,no( " od en oy them
at kU, unleej mt can think, tor taless we can
expreas our thoughts 10 one another. If we
cannot, er do not, we are slave. : . '
This ritrht la ir.rii.n wi .l. l . .
Of trmh VJ . .ITT" . 7 w '0
" iiaueion 01 error. W
miaiake. 7 V , , ,Dotnw. o correct oar
mistakes f rsasonbg and opinion, aod to inform
t.V nrZ , 1. '"u D "hr.witb bet.
tnoogbt aod ft I,, . .1.11 .
nad .t ... i.... 1. a"'-ii -w
deuciea, wbtther to auarcbi or deenollim. n,
ocr to ordmaiy p,orl.ioUe and adaiiiisualion
.u. ..we, toere are taleuard eoouek to ore
veal tbi. Ilbeuy from becoming l.cufi.uVnSM.
neiore usir ariaes for tbe ioterVemiioo of
w, puollu opinion, a as ordinary
thing, treutuahy meet, tbe txigeooie. ol the
We -.our cooeciencet aud thouKbi. -ibe meau-
.h i. "; or ele accusing one an
other. Are we eo iooompeteot to govern our
elves, that ibe geueral sense ot the oommuol
ty, in tbe long run, i Inoipble of oorreoitng
rJangereueerrorsofoplulonT Are our laws to
utmoaoiou auo inoperative, that they can oot
reach violent eOVndera tg .met the safety of tbe
StateT Such bae not heen our axnrir. tr
three- quarters of a ctntury. For what reason,
Should we now abrogate the Constitution, vio
late tbe lawe, disregard the nobrr lnnVrr.....t f
reaion, and give ourselves op to the loose guid
ance aod indiscretion of a mob, or of any no-
utuurixeu power f
If our wie forefathers deemed It essential to
tbe security oi themselves and of luiure gene
ratione, that freedom of apetoh and of ibe
press should be guarded by eoltmo constitn
tioual sanctions so that ersn the repressnta
tivee of tbe States and of tbe people, In tbe
txefoise of their moat deltberate Judgment,
should not have power to iniringe upon or to
luttrfere with it shall a knot of passionate
meo, under the Influence of popular excitement,
and perhaps without the exercise of eny judg
meat, make of themselrra an extempore tribo
nal, above tbe Cooetitution and tbe law, to take
awsy righto so carefully guarded by both?
Not did our ancestors establish this sanction
lor peaceable times aod quiet ocoeaiooe. It it
not needed then. Tbey bad great experience
of all tbe evils, as well as of all the beuefiie of
ibis essential privilege, which they endeavored
to piece oejood tbe reach of tbe inconsiderate
bdo toe impuinre-or party aod of lactioo.
Tbey meant it for period ef public diitorbtnce
and of public danger for just aucb a contin
gency aa that now upon as if It were possible
wr eueiu to Deceive mat we should so lar fall
away from tbe principles, tbe standard aod tbe
conduct which tbe work of their exalted minds
and their own glorious example had set before
ue.
.It Is wow, then; aod not at a futora time, that
we mast seek a itmedy for tbe beginnings of
evu ana great danger to all wbicb
should be most dear to us. There is no good
oaase for tbe violent Interference with Ihe free
dom of epetch and of the press, wbicb has been
recently mauifeated. 8ucti differences of o'pin
Ion as really exist in tbe free States are of little
comparative consequence to tbe great publlo
view, boo 11 erroneous, tbey Cannot un
favorably affect fbe final result. So far aa tbey
at expressed with decorum, they will be judged
upon their own iutriuelo worth and importance.
They can do no barm, if wrong but if right,
tbey deserve consideration.
with or In divergence from tbe popular current
ol tbe hour, r ree discussion, wiih b tbe bounds
of decency and law, and not in contravention ot
Iba principles of the Constitution, Is not only
tb iualituablo right of every American, out
the foundation and iuduoensable necessity of all
free lnstltotlocs. '
Take tbia away and nothing Is left except
.wureu, uuger, auu tne eeeas or future irou
blcs. A leading publio journal will be found
always to reflect the eeoliiueole of a large, in-
uuentiai and OnWerfuI bodr of the nir.u If
it oia not, it could not exist at all. It is tbe
womt policy in the world to attempt to suppress
It. To do so Is evidence of conscious weakueee,
not of power fixed uon a lasting basis. We
know oot bow long such a condition of things
could be endured, in which illegal measure
were taken to abridge "the freed urn of en.onh
or of the press " Neither government nor peo
ple are eecure, except as tbsy rest upon the
Conetitutioo. No man, wbo values publlo or
private liberty, could ei.dure exieience in acoou
try, in wbich each tu. rages ebould become 00m
nion. For, if permitted, we eh unlii he anhif.t
to a despotism like that of France, in ita mo.t
despono day or of republican Venice, when
tbenbaetly skeleton of republicanism clutched
the atsa-etu's dagger, and its Indiscriminate
vldlim glared through prison bars, awaiting
tbe turtore or the blm-k
'WUSj
- FKICII SI91TCBD
tPrea tb Newl ork Obeerrer.1
Asaltpanle maoutWcurlog Sewing Mechtaee are ob
liged lop.y Mr. fdnwesUsenn eneeeb wachin aid,
and are a to compelled to make relume to him, ander
oath, a to the number eold, hie booka give a cornet Mate
meot. Prom thie reliable louroe we bare obtained the
following etatlitia. Of the Bactuca awd to Uw year
1950, then were eold, .. ..
By Wheeler at Wluwa........ei.SnS
" I. at. Singer A Co.. ........ .Ui.WJ '
drover Baker....... ,10,280 '
Showing the lala of Wheeler St Wilaoa to t iosMo
thoa of any ibi Company."
Awarded the hlgbea prearam-t tb
Ualtitd 8tata gain ef IH3B, 1S.8 and I860;
auwat the
Ohio State Bair of IBS9 and 18SS,
and at nearly all th Count, fain a tb Staa. .
Our price, t tbe lata reduction, or as low ad anv
loot aicA bhmMb bow .old. and bat a MSe higher than
the Interim too throad sAota tUdk wwwUiaa, bow
forced anon the market.
The WHRELBR A WILSON tf ACHINB Bakes lb
uocu cticb tne only ne wbich cannot be raveled. It
"T" 'iimoi u guooa, leaving no rVo or
enainonth mntor lid. ...
Att mocAfn mar-mnted 3 run, and titrucUon
itm .H uwii nn, ine ei eoiril. i
H. CRAB?, Bl High It., Colnmbae, 0.
, ' ' ' WIT 8CMNBR C CO..
dc3 Sawd3mfcwflm Pike's Oven Bona. Cincinnati.
ADTBRTISEMENT.. . ... ! 1 '
for the INSTANT RBL1BI
aod PERMANENT CURB of. a
' dlitreattig eoaplaiat UM .
BSOSCHIAL CIOAETTKS,
BfadtbyO. B. SBYMO0B CO , 107 Naaaa St.,
Prlos SI per box) ant free by port.
POR S ALB AT A LI OROOOlSr
ardfctrl ., , . ,., ,
riTi JL i , SoBth
Aaiais awBiervBH giava IUSI Oiwnpfl DBaT alwlsa rat siM-ai .a
onua. Baaeuaa aad Beowen, aud la th h.i
7.7iV i,'r.?tta"r- 5.rfc Plain
Extra Pamlly Flour. ...
i Sug-aT Cured Earns:
-; l -ii
1 'W. S. Cleen ft Batter.
In stea for ale by . -acgSf.jt
. I-
-a j. fa ' i. wr., i . w
"WU. H. RESTtlAoX,--'
MS Soatb High Street.
N.
mm
HUNNEWELL'S
.?;.: jf.i.A, fit
,..:, i 7 a. COUGH REMEDY.
.in'ry &pf"t lael.dBg.wm,
"rrJTTv? vault, Wuoonae Cooob. Onaeeuo .
tatlon. and with perieol oonnd.nl..
"CELEBRATED
.... TK r r-x't -
. . , ; h . tl T0LO -AN0DYNK
,-!?! '.ft
Taa AaaaTBiT NaToaaa Orun ever eoTered to lb
world, cooUiaing not a particle f Opium, aor any eub
taoee tat rt rtrtuti, reretaeie aa m.dlcal ,,nv,n.
A Hire Remenj. Co. Mar. .11.
Tootb . Baa Acwa, C.raaaa, Be, ea Hag ferea!
and all minor Nervoai Coeiulalnt.
fua Uia a euoa, aad Heedecae ta an ia vaneuee
It bae ao enaae. eat to wbhn, aoet aadoBlKed tonaonl'
silt are offaratl .
Joe Omnuoa finai H la a aoet perrea remedy. .
f oa Buera, Hoe. , urn. after romirrlag tbe pain It act
a a phyate, meet Imweraai euairmet ,wM ake eomUi
toryeSate ef Optem'.' . . . ,i Hi
10 ruyeieiane. rurmalaaandTrai Bottlai
aod le baler ur Invalid adeeodutir
will be net.
let wltbeoi
rrepaiwa ar toeeperM nperrtstoa ef
H1 HUNNCWBLI..
. eanaarr aa laaaUMasTirr,
OCommereial Wharf, iugtoa, afasa
To whoa pleaa direst all oauMaieatbn.l
Price Urg Cough Remedy, 50 eents per bottle
Bmill ' , 85 . m
Tola Anodyno, . . 5 . .
toral by Ui uiual wholeala .n J.1.11 ... .
everywhere. .. "'"
HOBBBT8 BtlTCEL, rn. a. BJARPB.
JOUN R. COOK, 1 U. D usia
O. DENIO a BONS, A. J. S0HUSLLBR A SON,
may!7-wly Agent for CoUmbai. Obi.
STONE'SBAZAAR.
No. 4 GwvnnQ Blfinlr.
A. P. STONE & O'lIARRA'
AKENOWHECEIVlNOTIIEin WI1B.
TER GOODS, and Invite th public to io,,rt
them. No inch (lock of Qoodi ha ever been broo.ht to
thl market. Tb South, in eonaquenee of tbe Mlure
of ibe grain crop, ha not been able to parch aac the oa-
uai quantity or nod good, and this feet ha forced the
Importer to Mil them M pnblia auatioo Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being to New Tork at thea large alee, took
-"-"-"- "" "u we an ana will ail our .00,11
here, at lea than any one who porcbaad IwoHraki ili.ee.
paid for tbea la New Tork. Onr stork Ueomplete In
very department of , ,
KLEGANT DRES3 8ILKS, 1
OTTOMAM-VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIAS,
- PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED C0BURGS,
DYEDCOBUGtJ:
BLACK ALPACAS, , .i '
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS." PRIN TS,
DELAINES. "
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thauaand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,1'
LADIES" FURS;
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Men's, LaHIa and CMMreu'i Under fhlrte aad Drawera;
Ladlee, Miaaand Children' Hottery of all kimii, in
Wool and Lamb' Wool; Piacy Lined and Cotton Glove,
ot every make.
ALSO J
A complete assortment of all the nsoal varie
ties of '
LADIES' CLOTHS, 1 " 3"
CASS I. MERE!,
- OVERCOATINGS,
FLANNELS, ' TWEEDS,
RIBBONS, -
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand-
lercnief, Ac, fto. "'"
To persona who eail en ... m 1,1. ,m' ...
how them the Urgeit, best aud cbeapeat etoofe of Ooodi
ever eeeu In this market, or pay tbom one dollar per
hour while looking.
al-dljleltw
ST0NB A O'QARItA.
HEW
ARRIVALS
Summer Millinery.
Spring
&
Tho Stock rtoplenlahecl
. DAlLYt .
FllOn LATENT inPOKTATfN!t OP
; NE w; y o u:';
, , . MT STOCK Of", 'r . I
Spring & Summer Millinery
IB0WeomplM.eoaprUln(erry rirlgty of Mllla
ryj alM, a Urg aaortatnt of EmbroWerlef,' Hoelery
and Notions, Ac., and bt qaaatltVa aaeT pled that can
aot fail to salt all whs map favor o, with aeall. Tbe
good! bare beea bought al Panle price, aad will be eold
ataamalladraooOBCot. ' . J ,
HIILIHERY ri: ;
Miss M. E. YOUNG, late of Nw York City,
will npcrtntond th Millinery DepvtmenL Her long
Tperilnce la tb molt fabtonabl Eitabllehment In
Broadway Will atom be a Warranty that ah Will be able
to give entire ail.facUon la BaUenef tate toell who
way favor her witb their order. ,. - w,
The Udleief Columbua and vicinity will rJaaa s
apt my ilncea tbaak fhr their liberal patronage, aod
1 would reipeetrully .ollclt a eontlnuanc of th am.
Ss East Iswn BCt Celarakae, 4). .
btebnb cwrrrgNDtB. ;i.gwar ; cmtrt.iDH
3. ft H. T. CHITTENDEN
, ATTORNSrS AT LAW.i "1 ., ,x.
ID" Offlcea, 829 Broadway Nw Tsfk 'dtty, and
F.ieon' Botuhm. Columbua. Ohio, .v a ei I
1 lirj"0ireful attention pall to Collections.. 1
aprilS'dfla 1 , . 1 u i
; Baltimore. Cldthin Bonsc
I .. .li . I ... .-.
IIE93 tJb DIjTTIVI.
... r"cTrrj .irn waouaaus rw.ta a
READY-MADE CLOTH
No. 03 VV-Baltimorereet,
lin t ?
(BTWltg iOSMTV ABB BOWaBB,) -
, .-s:. '..via VrMf SJALTf BBOHli, 1
. ..--! i .1 m . pi . fT ,K
4 Urg issortaent of riee sad rnraigkln.
bloods ConsUatly on Eaid
Oet26.lfy
EAGLE BRASS. WORKS,
Corner Spring Ac Tfater siei,
GaXxxxxxioiot Olxlo.
jUd Mufeturwr. ol Braa and Coeapoalttou OaUngs
rm (. ?u"lwlarM,0'tof BlIOeecrlpUoM.-
Electr 1 1
stencil cutt ir:d, 'i
nbixi-dip .;-".)
I.. Mr. TT, " TBBOAT COWUlIm,
alwaye forerMner. a Copjumpttoo. A, A Bw.,,.
Svaue H ha. Sep,,.; PrM . cZ7.
mnmw oniperuea. aaav a. umA

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