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70L. VIII. NO. 71., NEW SEEIES.
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COLUMBUS,
OHIO, SATURDAY HOMING. AUG. 31,
1861.
SIX DOLLARS PEB YEiB,
InTariably in Adranef,;
DAILY, TRI-WETH Y AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fTJBilSUIRi AND FSOPBIXXOBI.
CT Offiee Bos. 86, 81 ana 40, Horta High St
TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVAN01.
Dally $6 oo per year
" By tlit Currier, per week. li tsnts.
trUWeaklT ' - 8 00 per year.
Weekly, '. 1 00
criiio of Advertising- by the Square.
n square lyeai.,. $20 00
On ' U mor.Uii 18 00
One " 8 months IS 00
3ne " 3 months 10 00
3ne Smooths 8 00
Dne .. " 1 monlh. i 00
On iquiira 3 week.. At 00
On " Imkl.. 8 00
On " " liMk... 1 75
Ou Sdaya... 1 00
On 11 8 days... 75
On ' 1 Insertion SO
Displayed advertliimeot half mora than the abort
ratal.
Advertisements leaded and placed In tha oolamn Of
Special Noticei," double-the orjtinary rate.
All notices required to be published by law, legal ratal.
If ordered on the Inside exclusively after theflratwMk
per cent, more than the above rates; but all snob, wll
.pi':;r In the Tri-Weekly without charge.
Business Cards, not exceeding five lines, per year, In'
I le, SO per line; outside i.
Notices or meetings, oharltables oolotlei, fire companies
fcc, hall price. -
Ml trantitat advertitement mvtf is paid for in
I Intnce Tie rule will not be Tarled from.
Weekly, sum price as th Dally, where tha advertiser
aesthe Weekly alona. Where lie Daily and Weekly
are both used, then the charge lor the Weekly will be
Oatr the rntosof the Dally ...
Ho sdvertlsementtaken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A.JB. SLMXISS,
JXtt&irixoir at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offlce Amboi Building, opposite Capitol Square.
COLUMBUS. OHIO
Attorney & Counsellor at law,
MARION, OHIO.
Machine Manufacturing Company
ajror Aonrute or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtlagi, KUl-Oearlng, Kaealnerjr.
ALIO,
or mn DiacaMinoM.
- coLcirinus, ohio.
OBAB. AMB08. Bop'l. P. AH BOB, Treu.
deoll. ltf5H-ti
1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with tha PITTSBURGH, IT.
WAYNE CD 10 AGO RAILROAD
lor Pitteburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore, Alto
for tort Wayne and Chicago.
Cosneotlng at CleTeland wlib the LAKE SHORE RAIL
ROAD rcr Dunkirk linrralo, Albany-. Doe
tons and New torn.
, THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY, .
from Oolumbus, In oonnectlon with Trains on the
LITTLE MIAMI AND COLUMBUS
AND XtvN I A HAILRUADS.
PIBST TRAIN.
NlOnt EXCRKSS-Leave Columbus at 3.40 A,M ;
will leave passeDgers at ail stations south of Gallon,
atop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington and Oilrad, and
at all stations- north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 8:00 A. Mn Dunkirk 3:00 P. M-. BuBalo S.ttP. II.
Albany 1.30 A. M., Nw York 6:35 A. at., Boston 1:30
P. at , Pittsburgh via Crestlius 3:SO P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago tU Oreetllns al7lX) P. H.
SECOND TRAIN. .
NEW YOna EXPRESS Leaves Colomboi at llilO
a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for Whit Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Cardington, Oalion, Oreetllne, uhol
by, New Loudon, Wellington aad Grafton, antra at
Cleveland at 3:33 p. at.; Dunkirk, 6:30 p. m.j Buf
falo, 10:25 p. m ; Albany, ti:43a. m.; New Yoik, 1:45
p. m.i Bcston, 4:40 p. m. This Train eonaectaat Shel
by for BaDdu.ky, and at Oiaftonfor Toledo, arriving at
Xoledoate:4Up. n. t .
THIRD TRAIN.
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Oolumbni
atv.30 p. m. . Will stop at ail atatlona South of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, Grafton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at f:30 p. ra t Dun
kirk, :U0a. m.i Buffalo, 3:80 a. m.i Albany, 8-80 p. m.f
Newlork, 720 p. m.; Boston. 11:45 p m. Pittsburgh,
vte CreaUloe. at 11:53 p, m.j Philadelphia, 1:00 p. .,
Chicago, via Crestline, 0:45 a. m. This Train conneotl
at ehelby for Sandusky and Toledo, arriving at Tolede
ataiSop. m.
Patent Sleeping Cars are ran on all
Sight liains to Chicago, Sew
York and Boston.
Maggot Checked Throvghto Iftv York and Motto
via aMtand;alto,toPkiladdphiaan4
.A w iorJctia 0ntti4.
' RETURNING.
Right Ixprtas arrives atColumbus'at... UilS P. at.
Cincinnati express arrive at Columbus at 10:50 A. M.
Accommodation Kxprea arrives at Columbus at 7:30
f. at. , - .... -i,- .
eta- Low aa by anyotber IXoate.
Atk for TicktUvia Qrailimtw Cleveland,
-4 : S. FLINT,
Snporlntandont, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PAIISRSON, Agent, '
.'.. . .o.. . - Columbue, Ohio,
Columbus, June 17, 1661. , '
- Jnst Beeelred!
100
DP. CH- QUEEN and BLACK
inis liMi nan vnme xuo Oonee.
1 SO pocket old Dutch Guveromcat Java Coffee,
19 ban Ceylon Coffee.
VOObblo. standard White Sugars, consisting of Pew-
area, unrusoea, uranniatea A ana uoaeew ;
. 00 e.ninlala Aeorge Bank Codfish. -80
bbla. Idea and No. 1 Mackerel.
6 tee. Pick Salmon. ' " -
a. tOO bx. Layer Raiaine. - '
. OOhf. box do ,do vvr M ; , ,
lOOar. box do ' do
i ICO at Cigars, dbTerenl braids Kd grades. -new7
. . . , , - WM. MoDONALD.
M. C. LILLE Y
-And Blank-Book Uana&ntorer,
RTOBTH B30H ilBSXT, OOLUKBtS, OHIO
Rcd,r White and Blue
'TXISLAInFS, " I
JLS , . CALICOES. ' .
' HIBB0N9,
' NECtfilEsf ' A v- "Ll
aeetopenedby ;": " " k J -
, , .... :r .T -... . BAI3 A SON,
eprr '-' ' - Not 9 Booth High street;
;, 33Z.IINJ c3 DON,
. t Hoi to, bout ii hioh strhi.
Ilv Juat received a new make or HOOP ICTHTb
Sniahed W auumti &r superior to any yet Intrednoed
urfLURAElillV GffACEFULNE33.
i
fcae
.. ,4.
WOROESTJER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONAKY.
Tile LatestThe largestThe Past,
The Cheapest Beoaase the Best,
The flloet BellabJ Standard Au
thorltf of ttto EngllebLant-aafe.t
Sim Bundrti fntntnt Kucaton of Ohio,
"test BEST INOLISH DIOTIONART IXTANT."
Ultrary Mm jaVryasAers.
MHaie are apwards of a Hundred TLsasand Words,
whose multlfarlon neanlnga and dertvatlona, together
with thaii eorreot spelling, and pronunciation ars clearly
at before the eve.
OinoinnaU Ottnmerotal.
Stad tK JKlUm of tha Member of Me Ohio Stat
TtaeAtr'i AteooUUon. .
The nndenrtgnad, members of the Ohio State Teaohers'
AasociaUon, adopt and aha to naa la teaching, writing
and speasiDg, the orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester's Roval Quarto Dictionary, and we most oor
dially recommend It as the most reliable standard au
thority of the Kngllxh language, as It la now written and
spoken.
Loam Awneiwi, President Kanvon College.
M. D. Lsaaarr, Buperintendanl Isnesvill Schools.
Taos. W. UaavtT, eup't Haaai Ion Colon Schools.
M. p. Oowosav, Bup't Public Bchoola, Sanduaky.
Joh Ltkcb, Bup't Public Bchoola, Olrolevilla.
B. H. Baaroae, Principal Cleveland female Semlna-
Wm. MiTcwau, Bupt Public Schools, Ht. Union.
Joax Oaoan, Principal State Normal School, Minne
sota. Crane Nam, Prtnclpal fourth Intermediate Bohool,
Cincinnati. -
. H. S. Uaktix, Sup't Canton Union Schools.
Xbwus Baaiai. Prlnaipal KcNeely Normal Bcheol.
lu T. TasMn, Prof. Mathesaatiae, Ohio University.
Wat. W. Enwatos, Sup't Troy Union Bohool.
A. O. Horaun, Principal West High School, Cleve
land. . A. WoRToet, Associate Principal High School, Cleve
land. TnaoDoka Bnaune, Principal High School, Oleve
land.
R. f. HcNisToif, Principal Cleveland Institute.
i. A. OajtrutLB, Preskteat of Kleotlo Institute, Hi
ram. W. t. HaJiru, Prof, of Chexalstry, Ohio Weillyan
University.
H. B. RaaMtar, Ix-Cammlsalonerof Common Sehoola,
Ohio.
Jahsw Nowaoa, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College.
Taos. Hill. President Antlooh Oollaee.
O. W. H. Oatboart, Prof, atatheaietioa, High
ocnooi, vayion.
B. 0. CaoKaaoaM, Prof. Language, High Bohool.
Dayton. -S.
at. Baaaam, Supt Union Sehoola, Ashland. -Mart
Uan Sim Bumtred otter PrtMdtnt of Ootl.
gei. Pro ft More, Author and DUUnguiehtd Zduea-
tort, have udorted tlu above unUtnmi.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OflfO.
Miairrra Coixasa "It to truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, the publishers, and thewhol
ountry." President Andrews.
Osno WaeLBTaa CRiraurrT It exceeds my expecta
tions. It will be asy guide In orthography and pronun
ciation, and -will often be consulted by me for lie neat
and accurate da tin ill one."- President Thompson.
W. B. IcttoncOouaea. "Heretofore we have need
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
faculty.lt was decided to change It to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
oarneia.
Wtrrojt Rxirxvi Colls. "I find It worthy of
mraiai epprooeuon.' rrceiacnt uiioucaoB.
Oaaatm Colls. "It more than meets my expect'
Hons. I recommend It as the standard authority In
orthoepy to my children and sny pupils." r resident
Morgan.
Ann oca Couna. "I adopt and aim to use la teach
ing, writing and speaking, to orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcester's Moral Quarto Dictionary."
President BUI.
"la all mf writing, speaking, and teaching, I have en
deavored to oonlorx to the rules for ortrography and
pronunciation as cootalntd in Worcester's Dictionary."
Horace Maaa, law President.
' BjurroR Oaujsaa, OiMsurx. ''I most cordially reoom
mond It as the meat reliable standard authority of the
Ingllth Ianguagaas It Is now written and spoken."
President Andrews.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Set. Anon Smyth, Committioner of Common
School im Okie.
"The Dictionary la aa Imperlahabl monument to the
learning and Industry of It author, and an honor to the
world of letter. The mechanioal txecatlon Is far sup-
)rlor to that of any othsr Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted." .
Iron Man. B. B. Bamef. Ba-Qmmutiontr of
00001 sat van,
"The most reliable standard authority of ths lan
guage." WHAT TBa
IVieeullns N werpaporei of Ohio f5ay.
from Me OleteltMd BrrclA of Mart 98.
The orthography of the Woroeater Dictionary Is that
used by most, if not all. authors of distinction in this
country and England, and eonform to the general usage
of ordinary writer end speaker. ,
Whatever prejudices may have existed previously, a
careful itudy of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of It great merits, and a desire
to add it to th wall selected library, b It large or small,
It la a library In Itself, and will remain aa Imperisha
bl record of th learning of It compiler.
from the OinoinmaH Commercial of April 80.
Her are apwards of a hundred thousand words good,
bad and indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, ate eet clearly before the eye. The work Is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of Ingliih Words
ver published. - - ' -
Irom Me Cleveland tlainitaier of Sept. W, 1800.
Evidently WoacawraVa Rotal Qoabto Dictiorabt i
not only (As kut, 4 the aarr toora of the kmd ever it
west, and aa by no possibility sailer by comparison or
controversy. .
from the Toledo Blaae of JtaySS.
i to saoRcnounoa. Woaoawm is ths Stahdard
followed by ear best authors; In definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and In OaTHoaaAnrr It is sufficient
to say that Woacasrxa can be aateiy fallowed.
INGIIAiri c BRAGG,
PMbllsbera, Bookaollore eV 3tatlonere,
NO. 181 SUPERIOR ST., CLETELAND, OHIO.
JTHE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPiNY,
v . ir.' Of
N"cTjva,j?lx., IV- T.
DiTidend Januarr Is 180 1 ,40 Per Cent.
ASBETB. 11,818,3m 30.
Statement January l 1801s
Balance, per statement Jan . 1st, IBS 3, 408,581 39
Reosived for Premiums dur
ing th j oaf 10 8703,053 S3
Received for Interest daring- - - -
th year 1800 814,014 19 ,r. -
Total reoelpls for I860.... 977,067 74
Paid Claims by DaathJKT.OJO 00
Paid Polloles surren
dared ........... 41,111 99 .
Paid BaUriea, PoiV ,
ago, Taxss, Ex
change, etc 31,630 34
Paid Commissions te
Agents 31,333 30
Paid Physicians' fees. 3.906 75
Paid Annuities. 1.517 00 .,
Paid Dividends dur
lug lb year lOLSOO 73 363,091 03
411,0TB 14
- Net Balance January let, 1861.....
- '-'asseis. '
Cash OB hand...:. ........ 6,0984 19
Bonds aad Mortgagee on Real
Batata, worth . doable the
amount loaaad..H 8,337,841 68
Premium Not, on Policies
la force, only drawings per -
etaa. tntrel.an..M 1479.864 17
Real Batata 90 8V3 97
Loans on Bert p ' 3,93144
Premiums, Notes and Cash, bs '
ooaneef trananilssioB... 45,343 78
l,eii538 SO
Total Asset 13,818,336 30
T,ST8 Policies la force, Inaflac......tatet638
. 1,433 bow Policies save beea amaed during th year
- After e ear nil ealoBlattoa ef the present valaa of tha
outstanding Policies of the Company, and having the
SMoaseor; mnawm m rwm uierwvr, me inreoton
have eeciared a uivtoejta or to per cent, on th Preml
am paid at the table rat, to all polioses for life to for.
ortor so Jaaaarv I. uw, Mkraot aceorulne la u
present rat ox in vompany.
Rate ear all kinds! Lit OooMngenoWs, ProepecV
aaas, Statemmta, and Applleatlona, will be larolsbed
wiTaooT cHAXea, at Uis OlUc er Agencies of the Com
pany. ,
. . R0BT. Ij. PATTERSON, President.
, - L. O. GROVBR, Vic President,
BB5J, 0. KltLBR, Recretary.
Us Us 1IKBSOK, Jffoni,
. i. . . . i ,. . Ho. g Johnson Block, '
aUrahta, 1801. v k . . 0olamba,0.
TJ LA I N . A IV D riGDBEB BLACK
A. VB.BDB BiL&H, of sverv grade. The most Mleet
aeosiaseii m sua sit, enc at Besllaonble rate.
, m . . . , ,v . BAIN SON.
it"" . aewvi uigo street.
A compound remedy, designea to bo the most
eiTcctual Alterative that con be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Safsaparilla,
to combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power at to afford aa effec
tive antidote for the diseases Barsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It ie believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who eiiTcr from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must provo of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints
ScnoruLA. and Scnopeious Complaints,
EuomoNs axd Euuptivb Diseabes, Uloeus,
Pimples, Blotches, Tuxons, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, McnctiniAL Disease, Duopsy, Neu
ralgia or Tio Doclouiieox, Debility, Dys
pepsia and Indiorstiox, Erysipelas, Rosb
on St. Anthony's Fiub, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arisin; trnn Impi'kity op
thb Slood.
This compound will Bfi-Aund n great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that eeason of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
ore nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
eoret, through wliioh the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
tlu through ths natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. - Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you iind it is ob
structed and sluggish in ths veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy bettor health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well I but with this
nabulum of Ufa disordered, titers can ha no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great mashinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations or it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for It, but more because many preparations,
protending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the pulilio havo been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsanorilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds, upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and lias become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call tliis compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy wliich rests
upon it. And wo think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is Intend
ed to euro. Li order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle.
mEPARED dy,
DR. J. C. AYE It & GO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, 8)1 per Dottle Six Bottles for $9.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown fur the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it it entirely unnecessary for us to recount tho
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long boon iu constant use
throughout this section, wo need not do more than
assure the people its quulity is kept up to the best
it ever hns been, and tliut it may be relied on to
do for their relief air it has over been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,"
for tub curb op
CoHitmea, Jaimdioe, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dyuntery, Foul Stomach, Eiytijielas, Headache,
Pile, Rheumatism, Eruption! and S!iin Disease,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors ami
Salt Rhtwn, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying tin Blood. '
Titer are sup-ar-cooted. so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are tho
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physio.
Prioe 25 oonts per Box ; live boxes for 1.03.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and- eminent personages, hnre lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our spaco here will not permit the
Insertion of them. The Agents below named fur- -nish
gratis our Amiuican Alm anac in which they
axe given i with nleo full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should bo fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off bv nnDrincinled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. The t-ick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it.
All our remedies-are for sale by
ROBERTS a 81MUEL. Oolumbns
And bv Druggists aad Dealers everywhere.
novv:iia.iwatw
CANADIA3 ft UNITED STATES HALL
STEAMERS '
TO AND FHU.T1
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
. NI3W,YORK.
The Montreal Ocean Btoamahio Comvanv's nrat-olaaa
full-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail every Hat.
araav rroaa pubiland, carrying to Canadian and
Doited States Hall and passengers,
-. NORWEGIAN. . BfORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN. ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON. HIBERNIAN,
' CANADIAN, NOVA BCOT IAN.
Shorteata Gtioapeat and QtUcltcetCon
. vwyeinco arana
AXXBICA TO ALL PAST! OP ITO0PI.
Rata) ot Faeasaaeca to Europe,
' . 3o, two, eao.
Wilt sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUEBB0 every Saturday, culling at
bunuutiva&ai, to receive on ooaraana lane malls and
Passengers, to and frost Ireland aad Scotland.
lC7ThM Steamers are built of Iron, In water-tight
eompartmenta, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention la paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion or passenger, a tney proceed direct to LON DON.
DERY, th giant risk end delay of calling at St. John's
I avoided. " ...-.
Glasgow passengers are furnished with rasa passage
Ucketa to and from Londonderry. . '
Remra ticeele granted at reduced rates.
Certtuoateo leaned for carrying to and bringing out pas
senger from all th principal towns of Greet Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this Una of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE OP SAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week. i - .
Bight Drafts far XI asd upwards pay
able In England, Iralmstde Scot-
- land ar Wales.
for passage, apply at the Offloe- 83 BROAD.
WAT, Nsniork, and m WaTIOK ST.,
Liverpool, N . - ,
. , . BABEL ft IXA&LI, Oentral Igeots, '
Orto- j. R. ARMSTRONG.
BOlO-lydAw ; Post Offlce, Columbus, Ohio.
! i
Co-Partnership.
I HAVE THIS) DAT ADMITTED HIT
ton JAMES ADOJR BAIN aa oartner In my fcusl-
Beaa, wkleh will hat after be conducted under the firm
or tiaia Boa. P. BAIN, W Month High Bt.
Oolambu, rk 15. 18S1. . ' , febld
". ' 1 nENRT KffiHLKK. ' :
(lets of Phaka'e lstabllahmeat, N. T.,) Popristoro
Shasapoonlug, OarUngaod Dressing Saloon, Baal Stat
street, over th Port time, whan satisfaction rill
' n0" ria beancaee. Ladies ant
AhtWIv.it'a Bat n ' - i .1 , . 1
-7', - -vww M mot mi siif.
yWly . -..,.,
A Trrt' OwAllrs I
21)01 bOlUbiiydlliid
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Indianaoolis without Change of Carl
and bnt One Change of Cars between
' Colombns and St. Louis. .
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
. . FIRSTTRAIN
A000MMODATION at S a. m., stopping at all sta
tions baiween Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rivloc at Cincinnati at 10 OS a. .. aad at bat ton at
8 10 a. as., connecting at Dayton for Indianapolis and
me west. . . i
SECOND TRAIN.
No. 1 EXPRE38 at It 40 a. m., stopping at Jefferson,
London, Onarlestoo, Oedarvllle, Xante, Spring Valley,
Oorwin, Preeport, Port Ancient, Morrow St., Lebanon,
Poster's, Lovsland and klilford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 4 30 p. m., D.yton at 4 p. m.,conncctlnrwun the
Ohio and MistlnVpt katlroa'4 for Louisville, Ky., Tin
cones. Oairo, St. Louie. Nr' Orlrane, etc.: at Dayton
for Iodlanapolie, Lafayel e. Terr Haute, Chicago and
all Western points.
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL at 8.10 p. m , stopping at all s'ltlons between
Oolumbus and Xenia, and at Spring Valley, Oorwin,
Morrow and Loreiaad, arriving at Cincinnati at 8 a. m.
FOURTH TRAINi
RIGHT EXPKK3S, via Dayton,-at 19 00 midnight,
stopping at London, Xeula, Dajton, Hiddletown and
Hamilton, arriving nt Clnomnatiat 6.84 a. m.i at Day
ton at S.tta. m.i conoeotlog at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and Mississippi Railroad lor Louisville. Evausville,
Tlnoennea, Cairo, ft. Louis, Memphis, New Orleans,
and all points South and Boutb-west; also, at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Uaute, Chicago, et.
JT7 '' farther Information and Through Tickets,
apply to U. L. D0HERIV, Ilcket Agent, Union Depot,
Columbus.
P. W. 8TRADER,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JN0. W. DOHERTV,
Agent, Columbus,
E. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Colambos, July 14, 1801
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AND
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CONNECTING AT BEtLAIBB WITH THB
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTSBURGH WITH THE
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAILROAD:
FORMING TUB
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Exstern Cities I
Trains Leave Columbus as lollows
MORNING EXPRESS
Leaves Oolumbus S 90 A. M. from Colon Depot, via
Beilalr or Steuben?! le - arriveaal Reilaire, 10.80 A.
Mi Bteubenville, 18. SO P. N.; Pittsburgh, J 40 P. Ml
Herrlaburg, 1.10 A. U.: via AUentovn, arriveaal New
Tork 8.00 A. M.I via Philadttihia. arrives at Phila
delphia. 5.10 A. M.j New fork. 10.30 A. M, Connects
also at Harrisburg for Baltimore, arriving et 7.45 A. 41
Sleeping Cart attached to this Train
Proln Oolumbus, run directly through to Dellalre or
Pittsburgh without change; and Paaieugers via Allan.
town arriv In New Tork at 8 A. M.,
Hyrwo HOURS IN ADVANCE Of NORTHERN
LIMBS.
This Train also connects at Bellaire with the
Baltimore sod Ohio Railroad
PITTSBURGH EXPRESS.
Leave Columbus 1 1 ii A M , from Union Depot, via
Bteubenville; arrives at Nrwark, U 10 P. M.i Coshoo
lon, 8.1.1 P. M. Bteubenville, P. M ; Pltt.burg, 5.40
P M. TTP'rhls Is In only rout by whieh Passenirers
can leave Cincinnati at 7 A. M., go through to Pitta
burgh in daylight, wi'hout change of cars or delay.
PA8TLINB.
Leave Oolumbus 3.13 P. M., from Union Depot, via
ReMaire: arrives at Newark, 3 83 P. M.i Zaoesvtlle,
4 38 P. M ; Bellaire 7 -S3 P. M.: Pittsburgh. 11. SB P.
M.i Harrliburg, 9.00 A, M.: Hit Allentovn. arrives
at Nsw York,4 P. M i via fAUaHetiihia, arrives
Pbl'adeluhia, 1.10 P. M.: New York, tt P. M. This
Train also connect at llarrlsburg lor Baltimore, ar
riving jr. a.
Thla Train runs through to Bsllalr or Pittsburg with
out change of Cars; and from rittsburg there is no
change of Cars to Phl'adelphia, or via Alleotown to
New xork thus oueilng
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only
one change of Cars.
By this Train ' Pasaenirera arriv In New Toik Are
hour In advance of the Northern lines.
This Train also connects at Bellaire with th Baltimore
and Ohio R.R- . ,-
UTTbls Route Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
and more than 100 miles shorter to
' New York, than Northern Lines.
Baggage Cheoked Through to all im
portant Points East.
A8K 10 R TI0KET8 VIA
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Tickets Good over either Iloute.
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I. A. HUTCHINSON,
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GENERAL HARDWARE,
NAILb, GLASS, BASH, PUTT7, CORDAGE,
Guns, fistola, Woad WlUaw Ware,
atherand Rubber Belting, Iaos Leather, Boa and
aing. . , , . . oi-oi
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODs. . . :.
Novelties In Neck Ties and Scarfs.
- Bvroa and Oarrote Col Ian. '
u - M Embroldend Pocket Handkerchiefs.
Paris Kd Glovee superior make. .
Golden Hill Bhirta, various styles. "
Boys' Golden Hill Shirts, do
Driving and Street Olove,do ' ' '
Hemml Pocket Handkerchief, various styles.
. Half Hot aad Under Oarmeota, "
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apriB ' No. South High itnat,
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HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
pALL AT NO. 88, SOUTH III G II ST.,
SUiu eyjitssAi siAw wasa ewwes asssaw va u- - .
AMERICAN WATCHES.
manufactured by t. HOWARD ot CO ' Boston. M....
Thee Watches ar far sapertor to anything ever offered
to the naSltc beratofon. Havins the tnluitn
I ean call thui at pries to suit the tin. hav Just
ivoiTmiii.ia . -. ..
, , v ',. AMERICAN WATCHES,
aaasutastured hp APPLITON, TRACT, OO t also,
Bae aseoibnsnlor - - J i -u ;.,. i.i
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
f -J - t weld ah Silver Cases,"! Pants btieas." : '-
tyt tyo Statesman
xiBxa.
vmtij, ywr jnr. . "......
In Weekly, per car.
Weekly, per yea;
n. 1 1
...6 00
... 3 00
... 1 00
Gov, Stewart's Appeal to the
of Missouri.
HOD. R. M. Staarart. tho n..il.n.un. f ri.t.
borne F. Jackson, as Governor of Missouri, who
serveo lor ine three yesrs preceding the pres
ent, has Issued the following eloqueut appeal to
tbe people of the State:
Citiceos of Miesoorti May I oot presume up
on tbe confidence you have repeatedly shown in
eleetins me to bieh offloea. and th .viH.nn..
of continued fellowship wblcb meet me every-
wuero uiunget aoe people, to aaatess to you a
few WOrdS Of COUDmL in lh mlri.t nf (hi.
terriflo crisis 7 Every interest of the
State is threatened with utter destruction
What can be done to lighten, for weoannot en
tirely avoid, this a-reac delimits f Th,. ...
is already upon us, and If it could be stopped
w uiurrvs, na evit tnects would oe lelt lor
fenerations lo come. Our m.i. rs.lii la in
putting speedy elose to tbe cruel and cause
less war now being wafted upon our soutbero
border. How osn this be acoomnliahedT Will
it brine peaco to Missouri if tha mnnl ahnnM
bow their willing necks to be troodeo upon bv
L.. L f i wi ra ... - 1.
,ue ncci oi etu, Uivu aoa bis miniousT XNever.
If Missouri could ho draco-. ri nr Aa a tentkit tn In
the Southern Confederacy to-morrow, ie would
uuiyauuBouDdrea ioio loner calami ties. Borne
ot you who have been led away by tbe f.l.e
god of seceseion. fane that if tha st.i .v,.,m
once proclaim herself a member of (be cotton
ouuieueracy, ner trouoies would all be ended.
Lay not the flattering unction to yonr souls.
Missouri has now declared ber loyalty by near
ly a buodred thousand majority, and even If
she had proved an ungrateful traitor to tbe Gov
ernment that bae founded and fostered all ber
interests, that Government would sacrifice its
last man aod spend its last dollar before it
would abiodon Missouri. When the (Jolted
States Government surrenders its right to nav
igate tbe Atlantio ocean, it may abandon its on
ly thoroughfare to the Pssifio not before.
Rather tban give up Missouri to a rebel rule,
It territory will bs desolated as by fire, and
then opened to new settlement by loyal citi
tens. Who brought this unnatural and unholy strife
to our borders? Not tbe people, for they voted
loyally with a vim that caused treason to turn
pale and tremble with fear. Tbe very men
who Insisted upon calling conveotion, with
tbe belief tbat It would carry out their traitotous
schemes, being checkmated by the body tbey
had called into existence, have inaugurated this
war to carry out tbelrplan in spite of the people.
Tbe late Governor, having been repudiated, aod
having left tbe State, In disgrace, has returned
with a host of foreign enemies to wage a relent
less war upon Its citizens. There can be no
Deace for Mineonri until thaaa rnlM... tni.,.
of our soil are diiren Into tbe bills aod swamps
VI m aaUDtatJa
It Wtis a part ofth original programme of $tct$
smb to remove fAe burden of the umr fiom the
cotton to th bmitr State. Virginia was first
drawn into tbe snare, and ber dearest interests
will be ruined, let tbe congest end as it may.
Missouri has been dragged into the same hor
rid vortex by a few disappointed demagogues,
snd our only hope of rescue is by driving back
the invading foe. from our borders.
Missouriaosl You wbo stilt preserve devo
tion to the country sod flag tbat has given jou
political existence and constant protection, this
is no time to bait between two opinions.
With jou it is a simple question of lile or
death. If tbe man whom yon have repudiated
as Governor for his treasonable sou, is allowed
to resume nts seat, ana you are brought within
reach of bis power, your homes and lives will
Lot be worth an hour' nnr-h.a. fli. .hn..n
freebooling general offers you protection? It
a euuu pruieuuuu as ma vulture gives to tbe
lamb.
If VOn wish tn hava vnnr (nun. .lit..
j jww. BUM Ml, 1C
KiTeu up to saca ana sisugnter, your homes
robbed and ravished, vonr fiMs rfo.nl. tH -kh
your property plundered by tbeee soldiers of
luituuc, iucu upeu wioe your uoore ana welcome
the invaders to their bloody feast. If jou
rouia save your country from ruin and your
leartbatonea from bainw atainprl with tha hl
of your obildrcn, rise at onoe to the defense of
your liberties, and drive tbe insolent foe beyond
tbe bouoderies of your State.
Miaaourianal Is Aannnfc h that wa .1,-11 r:i
in aoause like this, for it is tha cinia nf ftnH
and humanity. Take courage, too, from the
marsbaled hosts that have gathered for your
rescue. A hundred thousand warriors ara now
on tbe toll ot Missouri to defend .it from the
invsding foe. From every bill and plain in tbe
Northwest these armed squadrons have flocked
su juuraiu, ana wt'.a one earnest, united effort
your enemies will be routed and Mi HflAlirt Ann.
more rest in peace.
Utisens of Missouri, you csn bear me wit
ness that durinc in rfflni.l Ufa I i-k.-j
a . w i u i.uuim
earneetly against the doctrines and practices of
the extreme fanatics of tbe North. Abolition
and secession are two extremes that now unite
in tbe destruction of everything we bold dear.
Do not flatter yourselves tbat tbls social war in
luioBuuri ib Bgaiusi aoouttoniets. It is Just
whst they bave prayed for, because they saw in
it the niter annihilation of
tatieoa. The ou.t oractlcal abnlitlnnlata In
Missouri are those wbo bave inaugurated and
erenow Drosecutinr this nnhol ... ri .1.
lowed to continue, it will accomtliah in
Tear, what could not hsva tii.n
in a eenturv the nractioat .Kniiiinn r
slavery in Missouri. The onlv safety for
Missouri slaveholders Is in thn ITninn n,,t
of it, either by force or by treaty, their property"
10 untnriy valueless. I 0U 0SVB D6en tOld that
this war is wsged on one side for tbe proteoiion,
uu aur tor tne uestructlon ot slavery.
1 nts is a isisenooa, a snare and a delusion.
This war Is for the hie of a nation, and tbe
lives and fortunes of twenty millions of people
are nledeed for ita nrnaecntinn. A hn);t. 1.
. U ( ... u . MwvilNUUIBW 1
swallowed up and lost sight of In the magnitude
of tbls terrible crisis. Tbe war la to decide
whether free governments are practicable, and
ita issue Will tlx tha fata at f.nilhll t'r.m I
or woe, during tbe next thousand years. If you
wuutu aave jour uomes ana your property from
destruction, this war In Miun,,.i v..
w ---'-V WW., IO
broueht to a soeedv cloaa. Thi. .n 1..
w . . vuiy w
done by driving back the invaders from our
uutuei a uuuuuanc. 1 ots oone, our State will
be relieved from milltarw
erty will be secure snd our lives protected.
or myseu, my 101 is oast, and all that I have
and all that I aan do. ara thrown Intn tha
of government, law and order, as opposed to
revolution, aoarohy and blood. For tbe peace
ana prosperity of my adopted State, I will aao
rifiae nronertv and Ufa if nan..... nj .11
fighting must be under tbe old flag. It came to
our nation with its birtb, bas boroe Its glories
on every sea and land, bas led tbe van in every
battle lor our freedom and riohta iul f
. . --a , .ufu .
fall, I ask for no greater glory tban to be
eurouuea wun 11s star spangiel folds.
of Missouri. R. M. STEWART.
The Indian Tribes in
the Secessionists.
Tha Fort 8mltb Time baa a Utter datonl
Ssminola Agenoy, July 27, from wbieb we make
me anoexea extraotsi
The Seminolee are now in council, consider
log draft of treaty Captain Fika submitted to
ioem. vv 0 Bnaii nav Utile or no trouble la
making a treaty with them. - The Creeks rati
fied their treaty by a unanimous vote in their
council, every town being represented. Their
regiment will be ready la few days, and pro
baoly kalf doien companies more.
Tbe Bsmlnolee are, I believe, all right. Two
or three persons endeavored to prevent a treaty
being made, by tbe Creeks. Uopotbleyoholo
and Ben Marshall have done all In their power
to keep them neutral, acting under tbe influence
and advice of Jobn Rosa, It was their right,
being Creeks, to aot as their Judgment and
ten of right dictated. - But some persons from
abroad, eotuated by different motive, also inter
fered, with little credit and less proAi to them
selves. '
It ought 10 be known tbat tbe Creek, bofnr.
entering upon tbe consideration of tbe treaty,
voted by a unanimous vote of the Counoll. to eo
Ilk ik- Q-..ik ..... - . ' "
wmu, veaij or do treaty. The prin
cipal men bave been true aa steel to the South
srum toe oegiouing or tbe negotiation.
About sixtv of tha RAasfIPA Pis niannna
(Peudab Kos), Wichita, Kichais, eio , bave
.ecu oere.ana naa a talk with the commiesion
er. lie exoecla la effaot n tr.i. iih th. -ha
Camanches, wbo are comloz Into Wichita aren-
"1 uiecii mm lor inai purpose aa, also, the
ttiowaB, ana to settle them all noon rsi.,,..
As soon BS tbe Seminole tr.atw la .lon.
Commissioner Pike, with Superintendent Reotor,
"tcl" weeper, w m tjaeeoeDury, tbe secretary
ot tbeoommissloner, and tbe others of tbe party,
accompanied by a delegailoo of tbe Creeks and
Semiuules, and a stron escort of Indian troops,
will go to tbe Wichta agency to meet tbe Re
inuiaus ana wnti tribes. There is little
doubt tbat at least 6 000 Camsocbes will be
present.
Black Beaver, tbe Delaware, bas not yet re
turned, but hie family is in this country, and
Cbrisbolm savs be is all ilebt. and that ha had
business growing out of tbe death of a relative
mat compelled dim to go to Kansas, aod tbat
for tbat reason, and because Major Emory of
fered bint two hundred dollars to eo wiib htm
as a guide, he accompanied tbe United States
troops. Jesse says, "there's noihing wrong
about Beaver." I bope not, for he is a good
m m and can be of service. Tbe battalion
of Delawares, Sbawuees aod Kioapos, which we
wten to raise, can not do got up until he re
turns. Tbe Ccnledetate flap: floats over our camn.
In its blue field are tbe eleven white stars, in a
circle, and inside tbat circle tbe commissioner
bas placed four small red stars, forming the
four extremities of a pssslon cross for tbe
four nations, ths Choctaws, Chickasaw. Creeks
and Seminolee, in tokeo tbat these Christian
tribes cf red men are encircled by our protec
tion, and are with us and of us. When, if ever,
we deem It fit to treat with the Cberokees, a
fifth red slsr will form tbe center of the cross.
1 be commissioner will not sgaio seek to treat
with Mr. Ross, nor with tbe Cberokeee, while be
remains in power! but the government will not
desert nor leave unprotected the friends of tbe
South among tbe Cberokees. Mr. Ross exert
ed all tbe influence in bis power with ibe Creeks
to prevent tbe making and ratification of tbe
treaty by the Creeks, but was signally defeated.
[From the New York Tribune.]
Departure of the Second Regiment
Fire Zouaves.
Yesterday was another eventful dav with the
Si Regiment Fire Zusves. Shortly after i
o clock p, m., the regiment marched from the
rati liarracks, with Uol. James r airman at
their head. Having proceeded up Chatham
street a short distance, the Colonel was Inform
ed that there ware some obstructions in the
etreet, caused by repaire now going on, which
would render tbe marcn unpleasant. Under
tneie circumstances, tbe regiment was marcn ed
back to tbe Park, where tbey were drawn no in
a hollow iquare in front of tbe City Hall. Here
Col, Fairm.n took advantage of tbe opportunity,
and requested tbe close attention of tbe whole
regimeut wbile be made a statement to tbem
wbicb was of Importance to nim, but ot much
greater importance to tbem He then proceed
ed to state tbat it was tbeir duty to obey aod to
respect tneir omsers, and tbe duty ot those om-
cera In turn to obey and respect their superior
officers.
Information having reaobed him. that tbeir
officers bad met in tbe earlier part of the day
and cocoocted a petition for bie removal from
tbe command of tbe reeiment, be availed him
eelf of tbat opportunity of taking the senee of
tbe reeiment aa to whether be should ever again
draw bis sword Irom its sheath as the Colonel of
that regiment. (At tbie point, "Draw your
sword," "Draw it," was thundered lurtn by el
moat every soldier In tbe square ; "Shall I be
your Colonel?" was responded to by a unani
mous "Yes" on the part of the reeiment. Next
be went in front of each compaov lo line and re
peated tbe query as to whether tbey were willing
to marcn under nis command, and each compa
ny was unanimous iu its determination to fol
low no other man to the battle-field tban Col
Fairman. Comoany A was tbe only one wbicb
decline I to make any demonstration
Before marching in front of the soldiers, the
majority ot the Csptaios and Lieutenants left
their pjsts aod approaohed Col Fairman, point
ing tneir swords at mm aod calling bim a
scoundrel. CaDt. Burns, of Company A, ap
peared to take the lead in the meetiog, followed
up by Captain Smith, of Company B, and five
others, whose names our reporter was not able
to procure at toe moment.
Col. Fairman ordered them all to tbetr potts
again, and immediately led the regiment off for
tbe seat of war. Thev marched up Chatham
street snd Bowery to Eighth street, thence to
Broadway and down to tbe Battery, turning to
Pier No 3 North River, where tbey went on
board the Red Jacket. Owing to some delay in
raising steam, they did not leave tbe wharf un
til about Bft o'oiock. A number of the soldiers
were left behind, having remained too long tak
ing farewell ot tbeir Irieods.
In reference to the vote of tbe reeiment tak
en in the Park, there waa no doubt as to wbo
was tho choice of tbe rank and file of tbe regi
ment at Colonel. Indeed, throughout tbe dav,
the men hed been throwing out threat! of
pitching into tbe officers If tbey should make
any open demonstration .against bim. It is
also due to the soldiers to state that when the
offloers left their respective posts to approach
tbe Colonel, not a man. left his place la the
rauas.
Tbe regiment went to Washington via Elit
bctbport and Harrisburg.
THE FIRST FIRE ZOUAVES.
This regiment mastered in pretty full strength
yesterday mornlog at tbe Battery, expecting to
reoeive orders to march to tbeir new quarters,
when the command would be reoruited to Its
full standard. As no ordere bad arrived, the
men went borne again. Tbe Zouaves seem
unanimously inclined to resume service if prop
er cflk'srs are appointed. Yesterday afternoon
Port Scboyler was spproprlated to tbeir use.
PBICIS XSDITCsD
- Trout th New V ork Obeerver-1
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines are ob
liged to p.y Mr. Howe a license on each maohin. sold,
and ara a so compelled to make nturne lo him, nnder
oath, as to the comber sold, his books give a oorreot state
ment. Prom this reliable source we have obtained the
following statistics. Of the machine mad in the year
1859, there wen sold,
By Wheeler A Wilson..... 81,305 "
" I. M. Singer a Oo 10.9SJ .
Graver a Baker ...10,4M -
Showing Ibe ealee of Wheeler A. Wilson to be sfostUs
those of any other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums t th
United Bute Pain or IU8, 1& and I860:
alsoat the
- Ohio State Pairs of 1859 and 1S60,
and at nearly all the Oonnty lair In th Stale,
Our price, at th lata redaction, are a torn as any
took tttek machine now sold, and bnt a iiiflo higher than
the Interior h thread eAoea otto maohine, now
forced noon the mauVei.
The WHEELER fc WILSON MA0HIN1 makes the
loci BTiew the only one which cannot be raveled. It
is auxa o dotb Sim of th goods, waving e rdg or
vhainonthe vmder.tide. , -
All maohine atar-oaeoT 8 wears, and instruction
given In their us, free or chars.
H. CHART, 81 High St., Columbus, 0.
, - WM. BCMNBR a CO.,
decS-8awd3mAwta Pike' Opera Hoe, Cincinnati.
SPRING CLOAKS AND BASQINESI
NSW STTl.gS-Ha.lei ate (,, He, South
High street, have jnst optued new atyla ef Clara Cia
cnLeae. Bam nine. andVaaoqua, mid. In the aeweel and
most stylish manner. Also, kaaperk Plait,
Hiaea sjllka, ver heavy, deplaned oapro-ly for
BUoUliae and basqelnos faprlll
HDNNEWELL'S
UNIVERSAL
C0UQH REMEDY.
Per all Throat end Lung Complaint, Isolating, with
snort perfect results, Wnoorus Oooosj, Oauemo ana
Oobhob Corona, BaoncHiaj. aao Tbboat OMrLenrre,
always lore runn.nl ot Consumption, a a Sootbunb
Svaor It ha no superior. Freed from all Opiate or
Emetic properties, may bs used by most delicate metis
tutlona, and with perfect confidence.
HUNNE WELL'S
CELEBRATED
T0LU ANODYNE,
Tits GriXiltsr Fattjxaj. Otutb arer offered to th
world, containing aot a pernio ie of Opiuaa, nor any sub
stance bat it etrlctly veeetabK and medical properties.
A sunt Remedy for Initisu, Rhcutub, Goot,
Toots ano EaB acne, Garaaaa, Roes oa Hal Fsrrn,
aod all minor Nervous Oomplelnto.
Poa Loss or Slot, and Head acne In an iss varieties,
It has no equal, and to which most undoubted lastxuonl
als are offered.
Fob DaLiaioa Taenia II la a most perfeot remedy .
Poa BowaL CoarLasam. after removing tbe pain II acts
aa a physio, a most Important contrast wuh the eoneU
tory eOeete ol Opium.
roPbrtldana, formulas and TriaT Bottles will be lent,
and to Dealer er Invalid a deacripUv pampulel wltbeat
"po,t(r-euup."
Prepared under the special supervision of
JOHN L. It UN NEW ELL,
cntHurraxB ra.asuoBtmn,
Ho 9 Commercial Wharf, Bostom, Haas
' To whom please direct all communications..
Price' Large Ooagh Remedy, M cants per bottle.
Snail ' IU . i
Tola Anodyne, 50 "
Por nl by th usual wholesale aad retail dealm.
everywhere.
HOBIKTga BAMUEL, N. B. MARPB,
JOHN R. COOK, J. M. DKNIG
G. DENIG a SONS, A. J. BC1IUBLLER a SON,
may!?-wly Agent for Oolumbus, Ohio.
STONE'S BAZAAR.
xaBBBBBk
No. 4 Gwvnno Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
AKENOW RECEIVING THEIK WIN
TER GOODS, and invite ths public to inspect
them. No such stock of Goods baa vr been brought Ui
this market. The South, inconsequence of tha r.llare
of the grain crop, ha not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich goods, and this fact has forced the
Importer to cell them at public auction. Onr buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in New Tork at tbeee large sales, look
a rentes, of them, and w can and will sail our gooda
here, at leas than aoy one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them in New York, uor stock Isoompleu in
very department ef
ELEGANT DRES3 SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BilOCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBUROa,
DYED COBDOS ,
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FARRfCS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS. PRINTS.
DELAINES.
SHAVLS Alp CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought iu One Day,
LADIEST FURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Men', Ladle and Children's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladiea, Mlaaeesnd Children' Hosiery of ell kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Oloves
of every make.
aXSO I
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CAS3IMERE3,
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, Ao., &c.
To penons who call on as. ws nle In our wont, in
show them th largest, best and cheapest stock or Good,
ever seen In this market, or pay them 00 dollar pr
hour while looking.
deei-dljxtawltw. STONE O'HtRRA.
NEW ARRIVALS
OS1
Spring & Summer Millinery.
The E tools Replenish!.
daily;;
FROiri LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
NEW YORK.
MT STOCK OP
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is now complete, omp rising vry variety of MlUn
ery; also, a large assortment of Etubrolderk-, Hosiery
and Notions. Ao., and In quantities and price that can
not fall to suit sll who may favor us with a call. The
goods hav been bought at Panic prices, and will be sold
at a small advance on cost.
HILLINEEY
Miss M. E. YOUNG, lste of New York City,
will nprintnd th Millinery Department. Her long
experience in the meet Pashlonabt Establishment In
Broadway will aloa be a warranty that b will be able
to give entlr satisfaction la aattcn of .taste to all wbo
may favor h'r with their orders.
Th Ladles of Columbus and vicinity will pleas ac
cept my sincere thanks tor tbetr liberal patronage, and
I would respeotfully solicit a continuance of the same.
R H. WARE,
(19 Eaat Tavwis (it. Celnmkns, O.
STERNE OHITTCilDEIf . . . . RCNST T. CBITTIUDCI
S. & H. T. CHITTENDEN
ATTORNBTS AT LAW.:
ICP Ofllc, 829 Broadway New Tork;, city, and
Pas jo us' BoiLPtiw, Columbus, OhloT "
TJJOarefui attention paid to Collections., .
xri)&dOca ' '
Baltimore Clothing House.
bIajit rACTrRUis and wHotkukiei wujjbm m
READY-MADE CLOTHING
No. iJ08 W Baltimoretreet,
. . t c r "-.ii
(umrcBB u aaa rr ana Bowaaav),
' BALTI9IOUE, net
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A Larf Assortmeat of Pleos Btid furnish tn,
fliuwl. ritn.r.,1 M ST..S-'
Oct9Sdly
C . tlvs.i a-.'
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
earner Spring X Water t.,
OolvxxrilDTULa, Olxio.
W. B. POTT3 OOn
1 tvt, a. ODztagiaTga,
tnd Manufactnrcr of Bra and Composition Oastlne
PlnUhtd Brass Work of all l)eoriptiopa.
Electro PlattDud Gilding ! !
"stencil cuTTiriVtic.
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