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1 J ""7;'';'nt.l,'M al!r and Weekly
re bonriiMd, then the charge twrtha Weakly will ha
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BUSINESS CARDS.
1
F. A.B. 8IMXIS8.
On-Auboi BalldlnK, oppoelU Capitol Bqnare. I ,
, It iilJ.''J OOLUMDtJB, OHJ0J
-A.- OBHOH.23U3U, . ;
Attorney, &;Coiin8ellor at llw,
H nf MARION, OHIO. ! '-,
V "VI Jr'
loaaootBCOuoa t.'o'o i! r
aTANDf AOTDEEKI Of
steaitEiots:& boilers,
CtatlBgi, KUl-etTing, Kaehlury. t
it
ALBO,
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COlvI'MBUS, UIIIO.
0EA8. AH BOS, Bnp'l.
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1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'T
RAILROAD.
Oosneeting at OrMtlla Vlit the FIIIBBCBGII, ' IT.
WAYNX k. CIUOAQO EAILROAB-
tor nwKmrt, rmaiUipMn and Vammof. Alio
for Fori Way n4 and Chicago. j
OonneeHn at Olerelana wliB (ha 1AKI BUOBI BAIL'
-ROAD . . , '
rer DanlLlfrk, Umralo, Alban, Boa.
uU iKw iara j.
' THREE TRAINS DAILYj '
( IXOBPX BDJIIMjr, j
from Colnmbni, In Connection with Tralna on the
.lami, iniAini AND COLCiOBUS
' till IT TRAIN. 'J
HIOIIT BXPBB88.-LtTei Colnmbnt A, M (
w. wmuHci ki an eiaiioQo aoau oi vailuD,
' atop at Delaware, Aihley, Cardlngton and Qlltad. aad
at alUtatlou north ( Oallom arrlTlna at OlaTaland
at S OU A. MM Dunkirk 3:00 P. H., Bnffala CSS P., M.
Albany 3.o A. M New York 8.3S A. M.. Boaton 8:M
Pw.M;','t.ub2.rh TU Oraalliue ISO P. II , Philadel
phia Silt A. M. Chicago Tl OreatllnaatT.MOP.M.
BKCOND TRAIN. I
HBW TOBK XXPRKSS-LeaTCi Oolnmbua at itlU
a.m. niu nop aiuwia ueuire, jror Wuita Sulphur
Bprlnge), Delaware, Cardlngton, Oaliori, Crutliae, Ihel
bj, Hew Loodon, Wellingtoa aed Grafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:35 p. n.; Vnnklrk, b:JU p. nj.! Buf
falo, 10:S5 p. m ; Albany, B:48 . m.iNewYoik, 1C
p. . Beaton, 4:40 p. m. Thla Train ionneotaat Bhel-
. rvToaauKy, ana at
Oiartoa for Toledo, arrlTlog at
xoleiK) at 0:U p. m. i
. J .: IHIBV TR ADf ' va'l4
' MAIL AND AOCOMMODATIOK-teaVee Coiumbm
. t'-30 P- " Will atop u all lUtloaa Bootk of
, . H)yi and at New london.' tTellingtoB;, araftoo,
" aad Berea; antrlng at Oleyeland at f:30 p. In.; Dun
' kirk, S:0Oa. ra.; Buffalo, 3:20a. m.; Albany, S.-SO p. a.i
' I" ?V,'I,Tk' P- -i Boaton, 11:43 p. m.i Piitabarga,
" wfo Oraitlina. at 11:55 p. .; PlUlailelpHa, l;O0 p. m.,
- Ohleego, vf Oreullne, S ii a. m. Tbia Train connect!
at Shelby for Baoduikjr and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:5a p. n. '
. '.. go i-t ' l
c Patent Sleeping Can are rnn cn. all
. Sight Iiaini to Chicago, Sew , v
'Vi- . " York andpBMton.,"-1.'
.' Magtat CAeoled Through to A'aw ArtMtfMM
:i. ,1 vie CUetUmd; aha. fhilaltiphU and' ur
Nm Tort via Vrm4ltn. .
. -RETDRNING.. I
' KlhilxpreaaarrlveaatCo1umboi at...lliijp. M.
Cincinnati KxprcnarrtTee at Oolomkuial 10:50 A.f.
' AecoBunodatloo Bxpreaa Mrlyotat DoiuaiboJ at till
,i, -' ii ' - ' j (.'j
V.N jrngg) an X,ow by any ether llate.
, ,; ' Atk far TttkU via Crallinttr CUultnd 1
,., ,i i,u;- V '' 'hwt,;' ' "" I
' 3 . ?perintendentvClaTlad,,Ohi).J-
.' JAMES PAITJR80W, Agent, I '
Columbue,Ohle.,r
; i",i,t vaiaatana, unai, uTr, n r ft v-;i
1 1 ,, ..ni.ii l I A i i
JaatBeMlTtdl . I;.
lAft Iir. Cll OBEEK and BLACK
lUvTUAS lOObagaBrUMlUo Oonea. I
150 pockeUold Dutch OuveinmetJaa Coffee.!
tflbaira Ceylon Coffee. " ' T '
- apOobla. ataadar) While fjagwi oonttaHng af Pow-
' ', dred.Ohroahed.OrannUtedAandBUou'eaJ
; ,BO qulatala Qeoriie Daaa-Ooailakfln ,r vit I v-
KObble. Ueaa and No. 1 Maeci,a tv . I
B lea. Pick Salmon. ' I
j , 0O as. tayat BajalBa. T il-.r.-. C r P
. i .... lOO a pigara, dUterenl biaadl and gn.Ie. ,1, ,
Bort7 .WM,McDQKAl.
T
nil nP-- aV',"
I'll a a, a. a. gi , a,
I HJ1NJ X JLJirt
' vial BlMk-BooV Kaiitif-nUrer,!'.
ajarl l-dl
j;. rj '.ir.r ,,fii;f' ,,
r Rcdr' -Whiles and Bine
it
, , . . . . .ii al. 1
't L
! lHpenedby ;;" Hhsb Iton e,U .1 ,
1 HdeA -T aJC X rgoTtS BehlkBlqli atraet,, '
,Hi, .U UwH.BOUTII BI0U KBMT.v
' TTiT'Ioel jeoelvVJ a new maVa" oOIOHJf RKlIfS
fc,lalic4UaUhef (ax eufefjor JO !kj e lBtrodee4
i 1
a-it;apej
: u Worcester' ; ;
ROYAL QUAHTO MCTMAKY.
lH ,. 1,1,'llllir ,lri ft,K.l'f I
Ti ItetXht talrgiitTlul" Beit,
' The Cheapest BeeaoM the Beit,,,,,
"Tfie ntt2 AaiU;.g4ti44Wvt lA
' araupwirdaar Baxrraa ThMaaxi tmU,
J""'"-" ajlil aaaaartaatiMW, topather
" .1 .4
th4ltctiUfit tf the iUmbtrt of V OM BtaU
"The nnaerelrned, m.mbera of the Ohio Itata Teaojiore'
AaeoclaUon, adopt and kha w oaa In taaokinf, wrlUng
aj apeaklng, the' orthography and ' pronnnelatlon . of
iflwr EoT1 9wio Diettoaarr. aalw BMat cor
?i if ' Tx!n"HDd H wa the awat raHabt dtaadard aa
thorlty of too lngllah laogaaga, aa It la bow written and
- v... ... .,h,.;r ;
lfm Airoaiwa-PraelaentKenyon C!le. I... -m
' i"m Bnperlntendent ZaBeerilla Bchooll.
u"0!' W M Maaalloa Union Beheola.
. . Oowinuit. Bnp't Pnbllo Behoola, Saoduk., .
:! Ltucmv lap't PaUt Boaoola, Olraknrlll.
iflf MraM, PrkMipal OlwiakwA leauie Bemla-
1 Wir. Vimairi. InA aiiik i, tt.i.J '
Joan Oasa,, pnaj luutJIafaHt Boaoel, Minna-
If.' l '.T,'J 111 ,)i i-W.-.H ! . '
OlnclnnaU " 1V1' tmmM 8okMl
H. B. MiTWLf npH danton TTnlon Bcfioole'.
BDwinkMal,PrlnfpalkIel(ealy Jormal Bchoot,
,. Xu TV TxfM, Prof. Natheawtica, Ohio TJnlTenliy'
,, w- W. XDWaana, Bnp't Xroy Pnlon Bohool.
iu . Boraun, Principal .Wee Blgk Bchool, OUra-
A. HpaTox, 'AaaoeUte Prtnoipal nigh Bchool, pirre-
TnopoM tmum) irlndpt. High Behoof Dtee
land.- . . ..',., -f ., t. t '!'
B, t. BoiaiTMtMiMlpl OUtalaU Inatlrata. '
A. Ouvin BmUeM of BkMtlaIaatttut,:Bl
-W-Huta, Pro-, od Oheailatry, Ohio Waakryan
Dnlrerelty. . , -i. oS.m ,.,),
i H, tt. Babjut, Ik OiaiwIliaiiefCeamow BohooVh
Ohio... ,. ! ,.. ,..,,, ; , . ,.,
. JUiua Uomoa, Praf. KMtarto, OfeerHa OoIUfo. 1 '
Taoe.BaL,PiMawaAAatkwhtMlefa. i ' 1,1
Y .Wa H' eTBaaT, Prof. Mattmnattoa, High
school, Dayton. ,,j in , , . .,, ,
B. O. Omuunw, ProC Laocaaga, HJgk BchooU
Saytaa. ., ,.7T77o .. i
B. M. Baaaaa, lupt Unten Bahoola, AahkuA. . I "
Mor$Utn tia Btmdnd eOar FmidtnU qf OotU
9t, trofrmtn, Avtkirr and JHMgUA& Sdmoer
ton, Aoee an torud Me om nim, I
PRESIDENT'S jSVXDLLEQES IN OH)p.':
Mabibtta Cotta J"It la truly a agnlfloent Work,
an honor to the Wuthof , the pabllabari, and the whole
aoBntry." PraaWent Andrawa. I
Oaie WM.iTiWtrwrirrr.--,It azocada my ezpaebv
none. It will be pay guide la orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be eaaaolted by bm for ltd aoat
and aoaorat deanltlona." Preeldent Thompeon. j :, .
W.' A. Xotjono OoUsaa'Berf tafor wa haTd aaad
Wabatar'a erthoeraonr. At a recent meetinc of our
raenlly.U wae dadoed to chaoeo H toonform to that
of Woreeetn'i &eral Ouuta Ulattoiuu.n PiMident
GarOeld.
A
Waan Emin Ooixwai.aJ'I Bnd 'lt, arorfty of
eennw appronauaii.'-irneKiasi juiaaeockv
Owaau Ooata "It atore than awnta my expeota-
iiona. ji faconiBMna II, aa the ataodard antnorlty In
orthoepy to joy children and but pdplU."r-Preeldent
.organ. . ' .-y-yi 1
. AimecaOotAaww. 'ladoptandatrnto nln k
i teach'
l, wnnni
itlne aad BDeakteff. tfkeorthowranhv and Dronan
ctatioa of Woraeater'i Aoyal Quarto Dictionary."
iiwurai mil. Y
' Ia ail ny writing, toeaklnr, and teachftHT. I hare en'
daararoit a eonfona to the rale for rthegeaphy and
prenaaolatton aa contained In, Woroeater') BioUorxary.''
nunc aiann, lata rraaioeat.
Bjorroa Col taaa, Ouienm. 'I aaoatesttUallT reeom
end It aa the ami roJIakkt ataoAard aaahofitw of the
Kngllah language aa It la now wrlUen and pokea."
Prealdeat Aadrawa
SCjIOOL ; COMISStoNEiU jOF OHjO
JWwe Jaw. Attm Smylk, Qommi Mtoiw o Common
i "The Dictionary la aa laporMiabM awaBBMnt to the
learn lug and Indaatryef lu aatbor, and aa bono to tbe
wocra or ntwra. ana aaaanamaal ewaeatton la far aupe
rior to that of aor other Laaksoa with which I aaa ao
quaiuiea." ,- -
trm Bm. B. B. lomtv. 'BOemmifUmw of
"The moat reliable itasdard authority of tbe lan-
' ',.:' . ,1 vr WMaff tn . r ' ' ;
Tioailing JferwarpapertB of Ohio Bar
Jfrota Me CUUi Btroli "tf jtirtA 28. 1 f '
The erthonaphy of that TuMBrtu Irtetteaar M that
aaed by moat, tf net all. aathore ol dlattnotlen id thla
country and ngUaA, iM otaleraM to the goneoei naage
ei orainary-wntere aaa peetere. .
Whatever prejadtoee aaay have exlated provionaly, a
eareful itndy of thla voraate wlU tavmrwly be followed
by a warn appraetatlaB 4 ha great aoerits, aad a deal re
a ana it to too well fleeted Henry, be II terra or email,
It la a library tntteelr, aad will oaaaaaw aa Imperiaha
ble reoordof taleejiirogof lUeoetytief. ' ,
;v from fh anobmoH OtmmmvCal of JpHlW. '
Here are apwarda of a hundred thouaad word a good,
bad and Indifferent whoea aaaltUarioaa raeenlngl and
derlvatlona, together with their eorreotapalllng and pro
nonelktlea, era aot clearly be lore the eye. The work la
onqueetionably the greateet Theaanraaef Bngllah Worda
ever pabllahed. - - j . ,
I JreatfJU vTeweitmA iivfeaW oia, SO, 180. ,
' SvMentry WoaeBrna'g BdTAt Qnalfro Dronoiuav ia
nod only tin loaf, wtel Me Ban eoor of Ae tnf eeer it
etteeT.aadeaa by no poieibillty euffer by ootnperteen or
eontroveriy. , .,.', ' '
' Prom. 4Jbtiola4 May 89V j. ',
Al to naBOBOUTwai. WoacBVRB ta m flTtBBaBB
followed ay oar beet an there! at deAalUone be leavea
nothing to be dealrod, aad ia OaTHoeaam U la ttuncient
to aay that Woacwmca can be aattly fallowed. ,. , -
INUIIAITI Ac BKA9, ' i
Pnbllehere, Beekuellere Btatlenera,
xo. mi BCPsaioa gy, outilaxd, osiq. '
tide MUTtiAli: Benefit !
IVk INSIJ11MCE"' XOHTINY,
aBBBBBBBI ' ' I
DrlerifankwaurrittSUiePerOeat
ASBlTf..k..;i:.U...';...wU,..ii,.:; 1113,5 so.
tateeaaail Jajawarr f IMli
Balanee, per etateewnt Jan. let, W0..:.'.$i,40tJ6i
Beeeived tot Preathune dor- . t .
r laagf the soar 18i.w.....tT5B,Ua 5 1 a L
Beoalvod for Intareat darlnc ..... jr..A
tbe year' 1860 114,014 10 . .
.r t ,f." f fl em i-'-'
Total raaalnta fne IBM aim ntn TA. .
aldClalmabrDatl1,Scf,030 00 !
Paid J?elloUe eurres' " A " '
dered 41,111 9 , , ., j
Pai4.Balariea, Po,t . . ' ' , , j t
agw,' vaaee, . i ..
. ThaBaw. ete..ik.. 1IJS044 v. .i.i f ,
Paid Commiaeiona to t , ,V
PaidPhyeplene ieea.1 '5,l 75
Paid Annutllee. 1.417 U0 .i.n-
aiu fiTtoenu erv j " . ' i - , 1
nue tear loo.naj 79 305,091 OS CI.IJ71 14
Ui'lul to O'l'f ( A HU ,nvu " -
HelBa4a-ee,IaooJel,lPlU..(i.ei,8B,M M
,.t .-. ,ri'::,.B'CAB8tTfli raot, v-' :-; I
Oaahoe hand..w.,...r.,. 0,g IB ., ... c j 7
Bonda aad Mortgagee oa Beat .
Btute, worth doable the 'x'W,',, . I
amoant loaned ;.. t,H7Ht $8 - " ,
Preaaloal ere lee, eo- frwiMae' - 1
I. Jafoeaa,eDtydaBwkggaer.'- vv ij i ' ;
neat. Intereat.. . 170.W4 17, ,, :
Baal lataie V0.8D3 17 "' ' ' I
-oantoaaerlp.....ir.ti, - bt..e,M 44 "
PnaoMMetaeaadOeaa.ki'a'-i , 1 ., I .
eooneot traoainlaaloa.... .,454375 !
Total Aanti.................A...i tl.eiBJSO 50
T5TPolkiea la toroa, lao,HDg.Mv'.tBgw48,8g
,4,435 aew Polidai have beea letaed Aarlnf Ue year.
. After a careful ealealatloa of the praaant vaiae of Che
liBtatandlng Pollolea of the Coapany, and having the
aooniirw amewnt la 'Teaerve the refer, the Dlrectora
have deekwad a Bivraaw ef 41 per tent, ea tbe Prenh
ana paid at the table ratea, to ell pollolea for Ufa la force,
leaned prior la Janaary u payteie aooonllcg to IM
9reaent role of the Company. . .T
Butee foe alt kiade of Lite Ooatrageaeleif Prcepeot
aaea, I la tenon la, aad AppUeaUewa, wlU be taralahed
witboct pnABea, at tbe OlAoe or Agtactea of the Ooai-
.'' , ) J-. -1 B0BT. Ii. ATTIBBm, PveiMeni.
-. 1". 0. 6E0VBB, TkN Prealdeattv t ,
' .'-' . Bo. Job Block,
ItachB", 1881.' ' - fJelaaiBae, Q.
' 1..
nit a 1 w
A Ii 0 riCUAEII BLACK
XT DRII8 BILKB, of (
ererv erode. The aaoat aalaot
Baaertaaeat la Dm eil, and at aaeal reeeonbte ratee.
,, ,i -i)-t . aUW eaBOB,
' . aaoaiMBwiaoe ,
AycrsSsusjiyarilla
A compound remedy, deiignea ,to be the moat
effectual AlUrativ that cao ba mode.) It it
A C9acntrated 'extract of f ara. Sanaparilla,
p ( combined with Other aubetancea. of itUl
greater alterative power as to afford an tfTec
tiva antidote for the diaeaMa Saxattparola it
reputed te curt. It It believed that tuoh a
remedy it -wanted by those who tufftr from
Strumoua eomplaint, and that one whioh will
Mcompliah their ourt mutt prove of immente
eervice to thit large elate of our afflicted fellow
oitixent. How completely thit compound will
do it hat been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cote to be found of tbe following
complainti: '. .. i u ,
EcnorcLA aho ScROPvtovt CoMPi.AiJtii,
EnurrioMt and Ebvptivb DisbIsbs, Ulcem,
Pimplis, Blotohii, Tbmom, Salt Rhbum,
Scald IUad. Srraait and SmirLimr Ax-
iBCTiONt, McsonniAt DitiAlB, Dnoriv, Neu
kaloia on Tie Dooxounsuk. DeaiLirr. Dys
pepsia AND iNDTOESTtOIf, EllYSIPELAS, Roi
on St. Author's Fime, and indeed the whole
clost of complalrtW arising firjn Ijipuiuty op
TUB) DtOOD. '." ' J j.
Thit compound will Bfttund a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the iprin j, to
e:
erpel the . foul humora wliioh . filter ' Irt the
blood at thit icason of the Tear. By tbe time-
b
It expulsion of them ntanv fanVlinir disordnrj
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes car),' by
ths aid of thit remedy, tparo tbonuelvtw from
the endurance of foul eruption and ulcerous
tores, tlirpugu which the avstena wm .strrvo to
rid itself of corruptions, it not assisted to do
tlxia through the natural channels bf the body
by n alterative medicine.' Cleanse' out 'the
vitiated blood whenever you And its impurities
bursting tnrougn the skin in pimples, eruptions,
tr tores; cleanse it When yon find it it ob
structed arid sluggish in the veins :clcnnse it
wnenever it u rout, ana your iccimgs wui ten
you when; Even where no particular disorder
It felt, people enjoy better health,' and live
longer, for cleansing; the. blood. ' Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well but with thit
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery oi
me is msoraerea or overthrown.
Sartaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation Of accomplishing these ends, But
the world has been egrcgiously deceived by
preparations 01 it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sorsiiparilla,
or any thing else, .j'.o,
During late years tlie public have been mis
led trv larire bottles. Ttretendica? ta iriva a Quart
of Extract of Sartaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the tick, fut
they not only contain little, u any, barsapa-
rilla, but oltcu no curauvo properties whatev
er, llenee, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of tbe various extracts of
Snrsapttrillit which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescuo. the
naino trout the load of obloquy which 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 cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
bo judiciously token according te directions on
the bottle. 1 ;
PREPARED BT - "
DR. J. C. AYE It & CO. 1
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, 91 per Bottle Six Bottlee for $3.
' 'Ayer's Cheny. Pectoral',
has won fuf itself suoh a renown for the' cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it ik entirely unnecessary for ue to recouut the
evidence 'of its virtues, wherever it hot been cm-
ployed. As it has lung boen in constaut use
throughout this section, wo need not do moro than
assure the people its quality ia kept up to tbe best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their rtliof all it hat ever been found to do.
I Aver Y Cathartic' Pi llsLs
POB TUB OVB OF : . i ' '.
Costiventsi,' Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Intlightion,
Dtfttntiry, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Pihs, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
titer Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumort and
Salt Rheum, XVormt, Gout,' Neuralgia,'-' as a
Dinner PiU, and fir Purifying tit Blood. '
' They are siignr-cented, go that themost senei-,
tive oan take them pleasantly, and they Bra tho
beet aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic. -i
Prise 25 centt per Box? Fivo boxes for $1.01,
, . , ...1 v 'i "
Qreatnumbers of Clergymen, Physicians, StatPv
men, and eminent personages, hivo lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usofulneaa of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish jrratls our Amebioaw atmaxac In which they
art given ; with also full description! of the nlxivc ;
eomplaints, and the treatoieift that should be lo-.'
lowed for their cure. i-.n ; ', ' i,';:i-o l
Do not bo put off br unprincibled dealer with '
other preparation! they make more profit on.'
Demand Arsn's, and take no 0 Ute re. The sirk
wontthe best aid there it for them, and thejt ahmild'.
have it. ,.'.'! v.
All our remediet-are for tale by ' ' ' , i, u
B0BIRT8 A BAMTJIL'. Oo'lumbna. -, .
And by Drerrlila and Dealers everywhere.
ku&i . l ., i.i."
nrnmi. I ' ,11 w in' . .
OAS ADI AS TJTSTTED STATES KAIL
STEAMERS - '
..'.." - TO AND rHnurlJ-t:':
LONDONDERRY, V GLASGOW,
; Liyerpool, Montreal, Quebec, ;.
' ' .5 ,' .' and - I-.
The Montreal Ocean Bteanuhlp Company'a 'irst-elaat
ren-powered Olydo-lmllt Bteamere tall erery" bate
rala 7 from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
Called Btalee Mall and- passengers.
V , nOBWIOIAN. .' , , NORTH AMKMOAIf,
BOHBMIAN, ANULO-8AXON. )
NORTH BRITON, HIBBRNlAN, : .
-OANADI AN, .--- NOVABOemir. '
8karteal CJkaxat anAigalcfecatcea
, . v .. ; verasgct) iraau s j g j
akxsica to all ?ARia to irTBon-M,
r; i tUtem Ot PaMrvt& to' Kutiopej I r,li
J fh Vi ,30l aeLaou IWti ,. I
WlU tall from LIVIRPOOL aieirv WeAttaaAara
and from QUBRB0 every Nalarday , eallini at
lAniAi'njvjea.aa, loreoeiveon ooaraana lano alalia and
Paaeengera. to aad from Ireland aad Boathudt .-I i : j'
ITTTheee Steamers are built of Iron, in wat.r-tl.7ht
eompartmente, oary each an experienced Borgeon, aad
eewry aiueuuoa m pma 10 i oomrort aad aoeoaamoea
tloB of paaeonaers. Ae tbev uroooed direct la LOU DON.
DBRY, the gloat rUk and delay of ceiling at 81. John's
uavoioaa. r ' i A 11.,
eiatgow paaestgtre are taralahed with ran paean
tlckete to and from Londonderry.
Berern tlokals f ranted at redooot rtVe.'
geatiaoatee maaed for oarryloc te and brtarlnr oat nae.
sengera from all the principal towno of Great Britain ana
Ireland, at reduced ratee, by thla line of ateamere, and
by tbe WABUINGTON LINB Of BAILING, A0KBtA
raariu amv sys ws ervij w cmati
ifkB Drafts far t aael Wfrwrarde pay.
tagiaiai sreiauasie .
laud ar aleav. VI v
for paatage, trply at the Office. S3 BKOAfle
WAT. New Verk, and l WaT UK. NX...
Uvtrpeel, V-' '''.' :' s - i;,
! ABEL ft nASUC, Qeiiaral IgeBts.o -
mh-' tf . R. ARMSTRONtX '
noIO-lydAw , ' Pott Offlos, Columbus. Ohio.
. Oo-PartneraWp;:;;: ! '
I HATE TBIIDAT AD11I1TED D1Y
eon JAMBB ADOVB BAItf asnartner In m aaal-
aeea, which will hot after be eonduoted nnder the flna
et nam a bob. r. BAIN, BS Boalh Bath Bt.
Oelamboa, Peb 11 1801. ' 0 ftlald
' HENRY KiEHLBK. I
(Late ef Phaloal stabltahment, K. f .,) Poprhttf Si
Bbampeoatng. Darling and Draaaint oaloon. Boat I late
atreut, ever the . Poet DOloe, ehere aaUafutioa wlll
a llvea ta l' the sanoej branchee. Udiet'aad
-m oiuitujk. near uaieu
untiorea a aiau "reeaing tone la tbe beet aijla. t
Summer Arrangement
Summer Arrangement Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
'
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton t Indianapolia!
mi i,".,'u ma ii Jir.neijua 1 (. 1 .1
Tbrougk to laditfiBBtsUs srUboat Change of Cars'
and bat One Cksaiiof Can between'
: .e!Aliaaal.lUarl HiIjHiU. I ,:.M
' l... ,I
Fovir 'fmm ffiv&tym :&lumbus.
AOOOMMOOATIOlf at S a. m.,,atoppliur at alUia-
none between Oalaaaoao end UlncHiOait aed Bayten, ar-
rtvln at ninMnnttll Al.lllfA ll.uiI ilMtiin at
i 10 a. m .', eonnodtlc g at Day tod for Indianapolia and
oe rresu iD.iiv im amu ou 10 uvi'"f
SECOND TRAIN. .f t
Mo. )BXPREe$at H 40a,snatopplogaiJetTraon',
London, Cnarleeton', Oedarrllle, Xenla, Bp ring Vullry,
Oorwle, Ireepark) Irani Ajudeot. tfurrow eu, Lebanon,
Poster's, Lore land and, kiil'ord, airlrlog at -Cincinnati
at 4 30 p. m.. Dayton at t. 45 b: nr., SAniieetlne with' Uie
Ohio ard Uiaabelppi BaUreaat far. VulMeyi &y., Via
oeones, Cairo, 8l Lonie. New Orltana, eto.i at Dayton
for Indienaaolta, LefayetteV'Pene Beater Chicago and
u WWWff'fnoa sd . xM'i'to K1 j '"-
THIRD TRAUi tifi ,
, MAILai B.1U a. m .stopping at al ttaVoBs between
Ooiombue and Xenla, and at Bprln
Mono and Loveiaad,arrhrliia: at Uii
Aenla,and at Spring Valley, Cerwln.
rrMitratUiJckiaaliat I a
t jiwi ifOTJRTrT TRAfSf.
NIOOT ZXPBBSIr via Diytoa,-atIBb(r midnight,
stopping at. Looitun. Xenla. Dayton, Mlodletoan and
Hamilton, arriving t Cincinnati at 5.24 a. m. tat Da.
Ion at B.iSa, tuiitdonneodue;: eraetpbail With the
uino anti ntaaiaaippi ttailroad or Loumllle. EraDSvllle,
Vrnomnee, Cairo, ft, Looli.-MoiapHia,- New Orleaaa,
and all poiata Boeth and Bouikrweolhftlaoiat Difyion
for Indianapolia, Lafayette, Terre Ilaate, Chicago, elo.
..ill lieijiuL . :t,' ji.'jl ; .i!i:i
IO for farther Wnrnwlton atieV Throng Tlckete,
spplytoM, Lj DUBUTYj.Tjcket Ageat, Vuioa Depot,
,.. c.na .fwi 1 P. W. ITBADIR,! w 1
., General Ticket Agent, Clnclptati.
J onas tiiU or helii) otf il.w aetBVColninltts,
miurixi fro l-erreto-t .W.WOaDWABD,, w
Bnperlntendent, Clnclnnatl.
Columbui: Jaw 1 HOl ii t ,
EAST.
EAST. CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville' Short Line
RAILROADS
RAILROADS COMBINED!
' L"i 8 awajiairaeiii.ir, kjiii
00NNK0I1N0T BBLLAIBB WITH TUB -
,,
BALTIMORE &d 0 H I Q,
' AND AT PITiaBURQri WITH TDK j ' '
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAILiiOA.Dr t
i , :n- o fOBMlNO) TBI td naa ' .
Shortest Quickest &' Most Reliable
KouJq to dl,astierii, Cities 1
' ; TransXeave Columbus at follows :
1, 'jv;.;0 MORNlNO XXPBB88
Leaves Oolumboe -B-SW-a. tf.fram TJnlon Depit via
Bellaire or Bieotaenvti tev ereroe at Bellaire, 10. SO A,
M-t BMabenvllie. lSsSO P. luttklitana, 3.40 PI M
nunavuif, i.iw a. aa.; wiq juieewa. awieea aa new
York 8.00 A. M.t via iAaajiZarrlvee at
j . . a. - at a a . . ea. - .. . ' w. n .
delphla, 3.10 A. M.; New Vork, 10.30 A. M. Connect
aha at itanisMrgrialr Beltlaore, arriving at 7.43 A,
'
riie-4,tui,',u?
n 1 ' . ii' i I a i ii 'i j a.I i a.'-'l
Slsepinj Car. Attaehad-to thit Train
Proin, Oolaabat, rnn dlrectrr'ttirboirh to BellMre or
PitMbargb wlthoejt enangai Bed Paawagetrt Via Alleo-
iowb arrive la aew Xor at SA.M., ;-....
lTPTWO BOUBA- Dt AOVANOB PP NORHIBBN
This' Train alio ooouects at Bellalre with the
liHimoreand Ohio Ktilrosd. , , ,
JMJI.'M JJ W "M ' . . I L .' ! 1 1 lUiH
i,;.' riituvstii tArasit., ai t,
Leaves Ooiombnt II SB A Me frem Union Depot, v
hteubenvllle; arrleasat Newark. 13 iO.P. M.i Coehoo-
ton.t.lS P. M.i Stenbedville. 9 P. M.: Plttabun. 8.40
r- mi' ii rvma a nienniy nmte ny which rasaenrers
oan leave Cincinnati at 7 A. M., go through to Pitte-
nnrgn ia oayiignt, wiueal change ef tare or delay
tj
T.vn.J JABTJUHBoi.a-,1 a,iJO;
Leaves Oolaabat t-W BM.( treas Cotoa iBaaett wht
Bellaire: trrlvee M Nowaek, 3 83 PV M l aeUa,
I 33 P. M I Bellaire 7 M P. M.I Piitahurrh ll.M P.
H.; Harrlabargi, t.00 AiM.T 'ifiVeiiAnenVarrlvne
at New York, 4 Pf M.retVt PUMtUMts eetirea
Phlladeluhia, 1.10 P. M.: New lerai d ,tt ILi ,Tls
Train alio oonnacU at, Ilarilsbarg lor Baltlaorei w
rlvlngtt 1P.M. . .7 ,
Tbie Train tnnS thranrh t Belhtlrt Or Plttebar With
out cbanre Of Cam and from 1' It Latere thorn- la no
change of Oars to ,Phliadaiphia,.e .v Alleotown to
new xorx-iuuioneiini .itHiVS .. llMS ,rt v :
The only Route from Colnmbnt to Baltimore,
, , raiuaeipBta, or new York;, with -only
i .. : , one change of Cartu -wcl,
By thle'Tnfln Patsehsera arrive 'if New Yoik Ave
hoarela tdraaoeef the Northern liner.' '' Wu- " '
Tba Train abxMOaiieeU at Bellaire wUh the Btl tlmoTe
and Ohio B.B.'rl Kumie ta at.r.-v;it(i
ITfTbtt Route I 30 m ties' thofter toTitisbarg,
soo Bore man ivu--miies snorter IO:
1 New York,' than Northern Lined .'
i .i i ...( .1 m ;i .a . n i ;. i i ut
t:.l
Baggatil Aeoied Tluoga b , all; m
. . j 1 poituitj JPelBts East.,
. jioul , '"M"' iewwai 1 1 ,i h i J.n.
jtid luAS P0R.HCEBTS vu.: s .I t.
I tu.
: oi
' i
i t-v
- BELLAIRE OR) STEUBEN VILLI?.
Ulti .lli.'..,i..l. t.lm..i i.l -""
Ticket ' Ommn . either Rente
L ..il i.
-I, UiUiJa tlW l')!Ji
i'iNd.WJ."BROwTf. . ' ,'
i; f rt w
i .'j (i
-men. T ioket Ayent Central Ohtn B. It.,
il.S'iU.iil - 'I..IJ AJ HUtCHlNSON, '
i i Sea. Ikkat AeentAtajMuvUm snort Line."
Jelf,l wtil i:ll-.l o.t el d .'n'll"1.'
il.
,,Ct3LtWrwa,r''1
r- , 1 l.aa.A la" I . V a
U'l i "
A, M. a, MA At ' ' - ' ' V imt aWBA . "-
1
'in! ,6
flit ,
jf3a.no.: cssaea otere'
.i i,4f v; .tt i v tl . iLla.ni. . ,.a
i h.
A 1-4 avndt 5
" -neiiva lie . :
Ti TTaad diiai tlav n I '
GENERAL 'HAftBVVARE,
NAILbraLABBrBABH, PUTTY, C0BDAQB, J
'liniij ia..' ' 1 ' ;-' r . r ' wrf i
Gaai, Plaiaia Waasl Wlllaw Ware,
,,athwaad hohbar BelUna. Iaoat Uathet, ,Bnee and
V an .not" ') re-ad sad aVyt1 'if?; Ii'
... T P. IT," 'P 'iV8 IT. -a '.-r .
j'.'l '.l !'1A i?t "
Trn-I
;lj"iuio.i e Byraatndarratorire.a'!"' ' s
nK t-y T,,.M BabroadeiwdlWetAtaadkarcrawra.lo
j'J tr"1' !' .f1;! ; """notiirao tails j
' voa'oMeirlflll BUrts.
uuureu inn oiiii, .hi ivua avjiiaau'f. u
do'
Drtvtnaand Baraal aiaeea,do..T .w.. .1 . 1,1
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, various tfrleo. 1 -flu
i1 Half Boae aad Under1 Garments, 1 " T- I
"-tTAnt a bon, '
LteriUiaMir 1,1 i-T tat. p Boatn-Hlgb Itreet.
l.i liui'l t ,. ; ! -I' r'J uii imhwii ' hi '
ji r'J I
uitiXT W.AI4JW AfAAl AT ; 1 1 1. OI
vwhenntared by . HOWARD ctk av Aoeton, Meat.
Theae Watohee are far superior to anything evtt etrared
to tbe pnbllo, heretofore. .rHavisf tha.anakielve aroney.
lean sell tbeot at prices tt suit the Bmaa. I have just
laaaiTem weaqr ' v. -
:--'ArPTfi7TW'iej'I rVii!a
rf 1 "3 trWT ewd
tsanaftctared hp1Bi,LBigJAqiti0, f l.Va
aneaeeonmenaoc. .4 -.:, f... t, ,i tit
, , SN LINII, AKtt WIIP WATOllXS!.
,:JA?lHs4dAlrmCjttst,Pa Of
uicAdidM'Wk&tUTAfil,
' 1
lib;
J t:
'i tr ,...f.n;t
ifftokly, per year ..a..i........;V,
use
...'....., a eo
1 00
Vigilance Committees.
-ebief nulatrwe a tblt eonoty.'ai the
fretiUlmei it these '.elf-appoIntSegnla
Z,n ,.V wwnsoip,' tbe peace of the
community bat been disturbed by tbsM. The
tike tdvaotaee of tha Br.n, .i. .
-iLV-a hf a W ' 0pon PMoeble.nd loyal
eontrlrVba tade .Tan'T .? Ipfees opinions
ahlTju. J?!l bMn ioffl!" T most fall
able pitlsen of the north part of the county, that
of Mjtet (than three old and subttaotfal oitizeos
v-.oi.. Tjuiuuy, ana oy force adujlnistered a
test oath ttxiivo of t;bem. who have always been
good sod I loyal men. We have been further In
rormed that the tame mob of loafers wailed op.
v.- .m.. v,.,.,, auu BiiemDtea xo Catechise
theBj.io; regard, to their tpilom aad even
threatened Sham with violence auless tbey would
euneoner. wir iQaefastible right to think lor
themselves, t . , , . , .,i t, .j
. Aootbep outrage of the. same kind htg1 Jnet
AasBAea tf Anal baaAUJ . T . e - 1 .
l .. ' """""S"''1"" m' ease or Mr.
Joba WiiKinuty who resides aboat aigbi niles
from this place, on the road to Marion. ' His
premises eexe. Invaded by a mob, and bis per
son assaulted and beaten, became be refused to
be catechised by let of dronken' loaTrtrgj and
to serinU vtbeos to administer to bim s test
oatb.M.Mn McKlooey it koowa tobegood
aod loyal citlxen, and we btre no doubt Just
as ready and willing to bear his share ol tbe
publie hardens as soy man In the county. "
! We bar Jairs iD thit State for thepunlth
meot of traitors, and we here notify these Irre
prestible mobs, that they will find it beet for
themselvet, to leave tha administration ol jus
tics to tbe legal tribunals. We alto give them
notice, that the penal code of Ohio covert tbe'r
oatei that tbe penalty it both fine aad imprison.
meal , Wa are glad to leave that there IS tome
prospect that tbe It will be rigidly enforced
against the parties guilty of these outrages and
It will be doe If the Proteouting Attorney and
Grand Jury, at the next term of tbe Court, In
quire into the matter, at It It their duty to to.
, Wetre told that tbe parties who have been
officious ia these mobi, prtusd te be under the
delusion, thitt tlnce the commencement f lbs,
ctcil war, the opera;ioa of Uw U suspended. .
Tbey perbapt judga from the laxity of its ad
ministration in thit oouuty. But we can assure
til such persons that thit delusion will toon be
dispelled. Tbe ioroible ukiog of those guns
from tba black people baok ot Burllngtoa, waa
wo urn puuno outrage oommtUed. .XpS fr-
puntiy with which that snout dastardly act Wat
committed. , emboldened the mobocraU. It
bquld. have been promptly pnuuhed, It It a
case yet, to be iuvstlgud. Ietcrn County
fl '.. , K i. : - , . , ; . .
t erti hi. '. '
Mr. Russell's Views.
. ,
Under date of Wathlngtoo, July 29, Mr. Roi
sU writes to the London 2'imes as lollown
"Ou (bis day week tbe Confederates could
have marched Into tha canital nf th rinli.rf
hStttes." They took no immediate eterar ta tat.
low ap their unexpected success. .t To this mo
SJtot tosir movemejOis have betrayed ae fixity
of purpose or tettled plan to purtue an aggress
tve war, or even 'to liberate Maryland if they
have tbe means -wf doing-so.' Aod, indeed,
their success wteVug I tatpected, not known to
mem in lit lull proportions, sod their loss, com
bwedi perhaps, with tbe condition ef their army,
as much as political aad prudeatiel motives so
r.,i a ,k i-j i. l j , . :
th" leaders, may btve had a fair shirt
1. 1 rt 4km. rt n til m lk ai.i. 1 i. , : a .a a
la prooaciaiT the state 01 inactivitv. with eahioh
the Fedetaliats have no reason to be dlettibfled.
I .el at look' kroutid. new thit the smoke of h.t.
US has cleared away, and try to examine tbe
oonoHioa of toe ground : 1
; .-"Firtt at regardt foreign relations The per
SODil good feeling aed perfect understanding
which exist between the representatives of tbe
greas coropetn powers directly Interested ,ln
Aaieflo are founded on sn appreciation Of tbe
exact demands ol tbe Interests tbey represent.
mm vu im Dccewsmc 01 a common nonorable
polley.i England, having avast commerce di
rectly Involved to tbecootett, bat naturally been
the 8rat to provide' for" Its stfety In American
waters, snd hat also felt It desirable. In the face
of Ibe desperate counsels which bare been giv
mm woe m mo Atlantic,' to farnieh a
trifling reioforeeDteot - to ber imall Bttlltsry es
tabligbmentia Canada... The fleet al prestot
ia observttiou Ii neither powerful nor o&oeive
ly disposed, slid no exception can ba taken tnv
kbi mode h V-nlch it has toted by ths most tea-
euive aoaerioaot, aiwough attemstt nave been
made to aiouse vqlgar prejudices by erroneous
Statements respecting the views, and declara
tions of Admiral Milnl. Tbe authoritative
assertions oa -tbltitabjeet m some of ths jour
nals here, re- demiituie' of antnorlty. except
that of the writer. , ... ., ;
"What is of more 'consequence, perhaps, In
respect Co thepreser ration of friendly rela
tloosbetweea Engtaad and th United SUtes,
is ths fact that a great change has come over
the views t -the, members er membet of the
Cabinet who was supposed to leek tbe vecen
strueiloa of the Uoioa.la a War ; with Great
Britelni aad thAt the most favorable dlsbosliioo
U svlsetd 10 saltivtte our good greoee.'not by
any tacrlfloe ol principles, but by the adoption
of a tone at ones oalm just aed disniBed. which
will be appreciated by the Foreign Offloe. , Ii Is
not prpDtbie, either, that we shall bear much
mors sbout the immediate annexation of Cana
da, ajjd tbe fory of tbe,760.0UQ better than
.freoch'soldiera, with which we wera thieaten
ed, will be lor a time averted V ,f, ,, , v 1
Mr. Rustell bae discovered tbe rebel spies j0
be Departments a iWasbiagtOBA 5jaere it his
sUtemenU, , vVT, , . .n..;.'"
a'AVtYBMe4 tba word 'syraptthiter,! let
pit add the, expression of my belief that , there
Is scarcely a .department, high or low, of tbe
publio kervice ef the United States, In which
there Is so 'treatoo' I mean the aiding and
abetdug tbtj enemy by Information and advice.
It It openly talked in sooiety-rits work is evi
dent on all sides. I Went Into tha, ail.la Ami
Darimsol of the, Poswfflo the ether, dagi kod
iuuuu lara a gentleman busily eogiged in
sorting letters at a desk. The last time,. 1. met
bimwaat diowr with .tha ComBtitaioaere of
the Confederate; Slates at Wubingtoo, and I
wag rataei 1 surprised to gee b its now ia the
sanctum of tb PeoiBce, within a few feet of
Mc, Blair, of tha ssayrv atW f . aboliUoalsat.
Said be, I am just looking over tbe letters here
to Dick OUt aoma far our hlontlutn rienrle. anil
,I forward them to their owners as I fiod them i'
sin u jne exoeiieab. and sou la gentleman did
notajgodorware) any lictla scrsae of. newt be
oould collect, I am in srrot. Ageiu.aseriesof
naps prepared w(tn great cwa Ion tba use of
General McDo? all's atalf, are given out to i be
pbotograpbad, aod are is, ecasce thai, tapetlor
offlorraeanaotgetAbem. iNevertaeless.qe ,1a
ouna in a tent ot a i0Qiderte pffiesr, ia the
aurauce ot gauiax Mwrti Uoosa, .which must
havs beta sent to bins aa anon ia a.a
U Wlso, as tried that. GeatrtV Beauregard
ktewbetorahand ef MoDowell's advaaoat. but
tba Confederates left in such bssta that much
credence cannoVhe given to the statement that
toe enemy were rally lalormSd art the fact Any
intil.ukl. I....L .1 . r . .. .
.5F'bW liHJnBibeforeLand."
.
4
Secretary Cameron.
, Tpereio just bow a great hue and cry among
oaf Republif an newspaper eoteavparariee against
Simon, Camaroae tba sogetarwof , Was-n We
kaow pot what private griefs these Jourt tin tin
IPU'tary aninotities . nave, mat tbey should as
asiJ)lbis iunotioaary to vtbamentlyi aor have
ws, indeed, seta anything lo bis ooaduct ta Jus
tify tven Bxtrsvsgant expressions of distrait as
bats been uttered against him. They do ssy
that he has been speculating In army contracts
and keeptng B tbarp eye to No.'l ever since the
war bsek out, but, no proof, we barteve, baa
yeteeea-aeldaaidvAnd we nppoea'it Woeld a
a auiioalb matter to til Wnaiaetioniwtnbai tort
eena hWan iiThat President evidently It satisfied
with Mf.CAjBsron.ior'hs 'would aotkeerr him
la hit Cabinet, and tba'Pratldetrt h wrebably as
1 Bl??tH J8tfK e tbeloneity.capibilltv
snd fflcicrDtho mfiT& Z
C.!ur?S f?i'.de:1Me1;aw,11,oi, ths
'We hsve-fTtrlVkei tybnfcea BVS, Mr.
""TMeM sr family fjuarref.ifo be tet-
,u a " . " AaiUkiBtraiJat and1 the part
that placed tha drlni.i. I i
the preterit fSecretary of VVat is unfit for the
pod ln( pifdb tjfhf 6eVboard, w.J'iflor"
. . n aranafwie SVIIV VTViUKI MJ UlfJ
duties of iha pUof ba ocdupteA,;, H be to a thief,
Jig b!lk' ?r Jlosfer driving a iast team
sbout tbe city of Waablrbjo, to the negUot of
1 , ' wwaain baud Ci t( KlUB, I I IT1 nQC Ann
l.?i!,hf?i klC-0la' M r-usted BBdot wbr'l
usb tfUMnnl,iU fVf PI aksaat alAr.A 'lt-L Ll a.J. a
I?.-V tbr' :J"P-Ps f which ara now
TJ lra "? o Beoretary Csmer
on are chiefly those which, a few weeks aeo,
were violent m urgu,K ,he FoewardVto Rich
mond lM7--Mmrfiltolm-Z?J.
those which nroteatenV aaia ik ilJu ?
nfM. n k u V " PV""i"ieui
Of Mr. C, when be was first ,pokeO ot'.at likely
u ?t?" r Mft JUbooin's Cabinet -
i. i2rWwvwKH M Be M taint stored
by a parcal of crack bralosAl)tarinf.Bdltors.
"'"M yo.iiSWikaatthakiBsd at
once and go through all, the gradea,rrAl an
polntment, ' whether- 'diplomftle,' clerical or
what not, Instead ol bekg: aadeby Snd with
the ; advise. and, octet t th Senate, would
Ibeo bi eabmitted ta a, tRaanl -r .
w"" f4 sflers.tha.rer8ay uOraoIss lo
knowledse and Aliases ia point of
' The PhiradelDhIs?wlB Rurt.k. 'i :fj .
LI- , ' . , J m B,.uuiiil
Keaublrcaa sfJeetJitttkj disirnaiexl wlch ih. a....
Derin.wMch-Mre UhioJa bit ba treated br
the ceding papers of oountrj hsi it Moon
strained to ssy: i
"It Is a lementkble Mug tbst';becs"nie a lsdy
bsppens to be the wife of tbe Chief Msgletrate of
the nation, ibatboultt, not be, AaJAr f ipt vile'sr
observation and publio comment, ,Tbf cirtum
etance that ihe'fs the President's wife should
not deprive he iof tbe right or nbttaniaolv
treatment. But th leading New York journals
have set all their pack of puppies on berod from
tbe mpment bf her krrival la tbst cittabei bat
not bad tbe libertyrthgexmrltyVthe prrvtcj
aod thdTespeot -that are aeedrded, iolaioat eiv
ilixed placeg,, to the haniblest,Femsn lq tbe
land She could not stir out of her. hotel,
while Id New Tort, without having ber move
meats!, her looke sod her dress described as sal
buhIi as if. she wera a priae fightea, a oretgo
Uameuse or a condemned convict osrtbe wsy to
execution. If the hid committed the vilest
erlmes, she eonld not have been treated with
greater coatnmely. Spies were sent WUft jer to
"U nuw sbo Lbebaved un tha joamey loaLon
Branch, and other spies were ia wsitins foe her
mere When she arrived, from that moment
the had been tubjected to the most erneltpioo.
agetand she aauat be exoeeaivalv diairnatod aaiih
tlje M'ealmenAsha lAISCsivlagaaJha, bands 0f
me merciless ptrura ot. tbe papers that pre
sume to call themselves tbe leading journals
Ki.auicriw, tiua to at are received la turope as
i-.r niuevaaiooB 01 American civilisation And
refloement. If th chief editors nf th K
Tork papert that have' thnrotv khna tb.
President's wife have aay sense of deoaaey Pe-
maining, tbey. will diieet those whom they 'BrAi
ploy to delist from tbe vile work they are en
gage j In. If they have a iptrk of loyalty Or of
ua.nniai pnuo, incj wut oraer tntf ivir8r'A.ui
soln be treated in theis eolansna like a. U lv
and not .like an fyotoast, Everp wotdoof the
fulsome praise that they lavish OA her Ippki,
her language, her drest and her. mannerl,"!!
InsulUng, and we do not see why ft would loot
be well 10 call In tbe aid of the United Stttet
Marshtl , to warn, if not to restrain, tbe indecen
cies that the New "York newspaper Jenkinses
are daily committing :s- 1
Tba New York HereW aDd the Timu are tha
principal offenders. 6f tbie retpeet, t and most
ueea toe aiseipiine oi,tns Mtrabsl. j
r
1 ju . .... . .
1 i? i s '.' r -rni ''
"im," V .Ji ,iel
. . lrom toe Dee; lork Observer,!. IP
As all parties mannfactariog Bowing Machines are ob
KtreA IO n.yt Mr'linani a tideaan nn aaeh m m
and gre a so compelled to make retamn to bim, sneer
oath, u to the cumber sold, his books give a cornet elate
saenlrt Pronr tbie triable, ana aaa we bava Otaained tba
following etattatice- Of the machines made la the yens
w.rV BUIU,
ii .By wneeieo t'mumMiii.tJLtiaoit
" I. M. Blnger A Co .rU,KM , ,,
a Graver A Baker ,;. 10,280
Phowinf the ealea ef Wheoter At Wlhwd te set doUole
wooi aoy.euior uonpaoy A, ri bd-f
Awarded the highest premiums at the
United States Palm of 1HS8, leVil tbi 1800;
'r1! 13i7Ji-T .slaoal the- c, . .n
Ohio State vairs of U59 and lflBSi
. w aa unaviy an ine uanary gatra t tbe
. Our nrleoa. at Iha lam wAtutinm. a. a.
lock nieJi machine now eold. aod bat a title hither than
ttae MoAbt fees MaMal atoday MoA laeakUaee, Bow
lerwo nion me rnaraet, . . . t. -, t .
The WHRKLRR A WttSOir MAOHISB makeeihe
liooa srica-eeavryw iie which oannot be raveled.: It
la Al tai n Btira Sinn of the goods, leaving no rtdgk ar
eAotnentle tMeler etaV. - ..;.. w.-. lirr:
. , AH aaoeAiaee woeemfeti t years, genj inlbtl i lis
given In their neei free of ensreo. I .
iioa.l as-uOBABCSI High el., Oolambbe, O.
VU Bnilll.D a. n ' .
dccO Skwcl&iAaSm'1 Pike's Opera Hooae, ClocinnaM.
THE' REVISED S1ATUTES
btAte op onid
JP AOBlTBRAti NATTJRB. tft POROB ATJO. 1, 1800.
1 ' ' iCOLtiATEDBt"'1 ' ' fc
Hon.' Joseph 'RuSwan,1t'
I'J '-1.1... -.fl flj . . ! . . . .' I tl
fiTBTsoE Tfflr iEcmoNsror jpx
-. 1
(Contained in
ity-nloe volumes
of ths Ohio and Ohio
State HepoM.l " - .
-k AND KKPBRBN0BBTO PRTOtl joAWS, I
iiirLEANbeiAjr.7ititniiL
-aaa A mi 'an 'Oowvtolaw fWDti. ' l
In Two Royal 8vo. Volumes. Price flO 00,
it h-r tn mvi ii iMnii'ln!: 'a.
No cart or txnenstbu been anarad ta maka iha wnrk
eerfrct aod reliabletn all reapecu. - - I
U baa now tbe. LegwhUlen eauetion, baring been Ip-
d ru veil i if ucar rw uia nnanimnni VAPAt at tuatpt ba nntas
and was eedered lo be dlatrttxteA j the tallatog biate
ana voaniy emaerei ..,... r ,r i
oovernor. Attorney Oenertlr BaprwmlTndgea, Beere
awye.t) waptrolleri Traaearne and aanltar of atala, aad
to the Prohate Conrts, Coarte of 0mmoa Pleas, Super
ior and PoHee Ooarla, Aedlieve, Sad the Olerke ef the
varteua Coarts In each eoanty, to the Members ot the
Senate and B.uae of Bepreeeotatlveo of ihls Bute, ted
the BoTeraoraef tlx aaroral Hleaeeer UmOriloaw ,
Thla book, oonulnlng, as it doea, all of the Statatee
sow ta foraw, and the aatberlmttve eonstraottoa ef tbea
and of tbe NewOonatliaUdn, will be mead te be
lv uaeful In the perfurmanoe of their duties, to al)
'OOuvrroprrcwns, - .:v
JU8TIOS8 OS tnBPBiCB, ,0.t,ai edl
Cji4w .aoi-01KOPTOWN8SIBn.nndB r.
, o. ofl-.oiavWv.r'Vrnfiei.Ktnb
Inaamuch as very many changes bavi been made m
the
Statute. Meeetne-BMiloatien ef tbe Wet Ml Howe, by rs-J
peaUalmiatioaa.aiHl aduiHpoe. and many lmnortanlde-1
oiaiuu. uvvi. e.w uj ui eurireme uoart ea eoa--troverted
polnte. all a . .
TTOUNRYS AT T.1W .. . v I SV
' " BANKBRB, KBRCHAWT aWl oO
U! aAalf ayaiNBdA, MAN flKNgRALLT,
Will And ihia aa lnnlhl.w.A
TU' Royl 6o.L rotum, tf eJWia'ainW.
avis-. i.eTv eoj Jswea, o.JJJit ey , .
Ilnftkeetil l4ar filbdlaarwMBl I
PahllahnS h. . . ' . . 1
Lew Publlahera, Bookaellerai Btatlooera and'tmporti
J cf aii'J .f'taa. )M Weel-uaaab aaaaea,;
rters.
-lreniaunia;is
if
YTTABTtlW M.eoe Cuwt'Unere n koa it ant aakia
L.3L Ws WITT'd wheap Amhrotype oom, No
ti filghstnet,Volambas,Oblo 11 x '
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" Vea tBkab naaff . V ST - SB ea aa
HUNNEWELL'iSi
Ali1
COUGH REMEDY.
iJiiirr.',')7
V JT . I jmm.
for an Tbi
oat perfect reeulta. r7; wiia
Ooaiaoa Ceoeem, "- vwwnm, unaono a
lvaettaai no tupwr lorTrVre-! ,. Twm
or nwe eelloate.oonetlJ
OOte
aawna, ana wita peneot 1
CELEBRATED
.2 f7 sj tn '..) !. ! . v
-. .1 1 it. f , TqLTj 'ANODYNE.
Taa OaaaTarr Hatubai. fnean . m .1.
world, eontaialot sot a particle of Opt am, aor any eab
stanoe- bng ItantrleUy Voretaba ant nWdioal pronVrtlae.
A tare Beweriy lor NeoaAiu, BaaosuTnaf, Oot,
Syr?.? " OATaaaa, BoBaeaHAt Prrma
and all minor Hervoos Complaints.
Poa Loos or Binar, and Headache' to an ia vanetlaa.
al.Tra'-'1
wI '"1""" U mott frto remedy.
-- - i., ner rame ling me pain It note
as a phytto, a moat laapajraaaa analraat -.fLs ikeann.r
torveSeota of Oni on,uP'
To Phvalclaaa. Iim. .na v.i ,,. . .
?&!S:ZLl'lanU rlpuv. pnmpamt wltlTt
PreparW andev Che spooler snporvtoWa of
JSPHBI fL. IIUBINEYVELL,
Vo 9 Coaunerelal Wharf, Boston, Kast-
To whom please direst Ml eosamnaieattoas.
PrleeaUsipe Oeeigb Bemedy, Moan taper bottle.
Bmall ' (j .. m
Tola Anedyoi,- M
'""i'r - 1l wbetetabj aad retail dealers.
5?b 2 V , . B. BTABPB,
JOHN R. COOK, , u. DRNI0
O. DBNIOaBoka i Ai-'BOHOBLLBB A BOB,
mayl7-ly Agents for Oolambae, Ohio.
STONE'S BAZAAR.
ISTo. 4; 3viln Block.
A. P.3SroNE'ft O'HARRA
AB7EEWOTMEIfWfN.
TBS -HOODS, aad lavtte the publie to Inepect
" ,oc" 01 uooda has ever beea brought to
tha market; - The Smith, in
the train trap, basnot been able to aaiiAaea lliy aa-
uaianaoaiy of rioh goods, and thla nmtbaaoeeod the
Imporura to aell them at publio aaetten. Oar borer
(Mr. Btone) belne In Hmw Vo.b ,L.f"i.
- .wa anTwuIT, Trood.
nlS'io. Vk. 1 lPT" v w"0Poreo' wo weekeeinee.
every department of - t ,,noi .'a
tiLEGANT DRESS BILKS, , vlU ,
au... vureKjae m oomDleta In
vr a a viaan v LL.UUKS,
BROCUE VALENCIA8. '
'i.,ij PRINTED MRtlNnp.'.'
, w PRINTED coBUROS,
BLACK ALPACA8,'
ORLEANS. 'His
" FANCT WOVEN FABRIC,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS PRINTS,
v , '.',,., uDBttmJUfEfi.
SHAWLS AND
Kve Thausand i Dollars Worth
- Bdtfght ir):0nf .Daj'
,n' LADIEt FU;C
"'ItOSIEllY' DEPARTMENT.
Men's, Ladlea aad Children's Dader Bblru and Drawers;
Ladles, Miseea and Chlldren'a Hoelery of all kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Pieeay Lined aad eottoalovea
of every make. , ,
. . . . -.-ALBO I ----- ..-
A- complete assortment of all the nsaal varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS, r
CASSIMERES, 1 ?
OVERCOATINGS,
FLANNELS,' .TWEEDS,
-a-., 1 - REBBONS, ' '
i ' nn 1 - DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladiei and (rent's, Linen Cambria- Band-
wiiiuauia, WAV., KO,
To neraone wba sail m ... i. Jj!.
ahow them tbe largest beet and choape eteob af floods
H" i mrit1' ' PV bomone dollar per
bear while leonine;. ......... w
oeei-owKtawltw. . , BTOBTa At Q1ABBA.
H' I
"til"
NEW
ARRIVALS
e )
OF
jm in
Spring 'Snrnmer
Tha Btook Berranlahail
niJJA I I iX J at
FROn LATEST IlrItORTATItIl OF
'.ill-.n.f' ... . r v.1 d
loO oi:l v .1 STOCK Of J ,n -.a. .
Spring t& Siiirixner Llillinery
Is now ootnplete, oomp rtrbg ever variety ef IfUla
ern aeao, i Urge asetrrtssenl ef BskWaderh Soewry
sad Monona, As, and la anreAittst and priest tbaSoan
not tail to suN all who may htvor as wit s vtiLa , The
gooda have been bought at fank, prk,eadwlu;beeold
a amall advance on ooet.
. .. , , ' ; i,il jdMr.msvtO
, HILlIalEKT
'Mils M. E.YOUNG, Ute of New TorVUy,
will superintend tbe Millinery Department. Bar long
experience la the most faahloneble XatablUhaaent la
wlU al erne be a tramafy that nVewlfl Wable
girt enUrs aatlafacUoa la natter. nt tasnttaeiCwbo
way favor her with their ordera. , ;,(. ,, 6.iw
The Ladlea of Oolumbos and vidnlty will aaaa ae-
eept ay stnetre thanks for their 'liberal "patronage, and
wontd reepectfelty aolldt a eenUnoanco ef the mme.
mm . t ww A-a.A.t-a-1.1. ....
69 East Taw St., CnlwDSbaea.,9.
' a ' 1 1 1 ui 1 I a 1 1
era ana rnrriDca. . , . aaawv a tBirrvtMotA
; - 8. flt H. T. CHITTCNOCri
t:, c f .ATIOANBI8 AT LAW rrli awil
S7 OSesA 89 Broaawagt BoW.XerkjOtspetand
PAasoas' Btnunts. Colon baa. Ohio, , .ft ,
O'Carefal atteatlon paid te Oolleodoaa,'
apritftdS. ' " " lsobBA
- '' - " IJ ' '-- ..f"""
u 'Baltimore 'Clothing Hobsr
nw j,,,.!-..!, j . 4 hi f: .t ...vHtbS avAat al
' trjet) ''OQIiXTSa.
vitj--"ii ' ..: " ' ' " 1 vi-i: .'.. oui
BAMrAcrrrBsat abb waoLaaata seaums ia
oH.i.M.iHi ail
READ1T-MADE CLOTHING
.tiit
aaa aaaiissaV jvewt
.!f'r'r-.u t ALTIMHKvjitaai
.ii. j-j.svr-
A Large Af aortpwMt aad Paralstu
t4ods Oeae lastly ea Seal
ved canSerHrlMg Water Bea,''
ind ManahuAnreit of Braea and Ohmpoeianat CaeUnre
raB ea ftoisswd Brass fferttwi all.amaeiptaaaua
''STEriciL ctrm::n.
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