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VOL; VIIl : NO. ;74:NEi: SERIES.
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MANY PENNY & MILLER, 1
PUBLISH) SI AHO PBOPEUIOBS,
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F. A. B. " SIMKDS8,
Attorney at Xja-w
AND JNOTARY PUBLIC.
OfflotAmboi Building, opposite Capitol Square.'
' ' COLUMBUS, 0HI0J
-a., oonoiiNia, )
Attorney & Counsellor at law,
MARION, OHIO. ' i
Machine Manufacturing Compan
: Al ?rr
Ji t aiioc i u i 2 ii t Ty1.yil j
STEAM ENGINES & BOILER
Caatlngi, Hili etulBf, Maahinary. '
Of KTB1T DUOIirnOK. V V
OUAS. All BOB, Bnp't
P. AKB08, Treat.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'T
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'T RAILROAD.
ConatcllngatCrtttlln with th PITTSBURQH. PTi I
, . ., . - v ! I
v "J""u""u""H-KOAB . (
fbr fittiburnh, Philadelphia and Saltimort. - Alto
for Fort Waynt and Chicago. ,
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAEB 8II0BI BAILt
For Dunkirk, Huffalo, Albany, Boa4
wMf nuu nvvw x.ra,
.TIIREE TRAINS DA'ILY, ,
XXOIPI BDNDAT, t
' Prom Columbot, In connection with Trains on th
LITTLE ailAini AND COLUMBUS
AND XUftIA UAlLltOAlfM.
FlnHT TRAIN. J
' NIOUT BXPRB38. Leaves Columbot at 3.40 A.H 1
' will leave passengers at all station touth of Gallon,
stop at Delavare, Ashley, Cardtniton and Oilrad. and
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
atUOVA. MM Dunkirk 3:00 P.M.. BuOalo 4:85 P. H.!
Albany 30 A. M., New York S:3S A. M., Boston 9:30
r. at , flltiburKh via Crestline ft-JO P. U , 1'hlladel-
lua ja. m. vnicago via ureatiin at 7'tMI If. K.
MW YORK BXPBBsd Leave TJolnmbui at llilU
a. m. bui stop ati.ewti Uentre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Canlington, Gallon, Cresllloe,hl
by, hew Loudon, Welllngto and Orafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:33 p. m.; Dunkirk, B:3u p. m.i Bni
falo, 10;iU p. m ; Albany, HUoa. m ;NewYo,k, 1-4S
E. m.; Beaton, 4:40 p. m. This Train ooaoectsat Shel
y for Saoduiky, and at Olafloa lor Toledo, arrlvtew at
Toledo el 6:40 p. m. , . . , . .: -ft Y'i
' IHIB0 TBALWV ' v" A
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Learet Columbus
atiLJO p. m. Will stop at all nation South of
Shelby, and at ' Near London, Wellington, flrarton,
apd Berea; arriving at Cleveland at t:30 p. m Dun
kirk. b0a. ! Buffalo, 330. m.; Albany, t vO p. m.;
NewYork, 730 p. m.t Boston, 11:44 p m. Plttiburgb,
via Ormtlloe. at 11:43 p. m.; Philadelphia, 1:00 pi m.,
Chicago, wfa Crestline, 8:45 a. m. This Train connects
at tlwlby for Sandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
ei 8.4 p.m. . J: , .. . - j J is
Patent Bleeping Cars are run en , all
; Sight Trains to Chicago, He i
-,: York andBoston.i ',1
' Maggaot Cheeked Throvgh to Nme York and bottom
via Oentland; alio, to Philadelphia and
Jo iorklia CreeUtntt . .
. , . , -i RETURNING. .- -'
ClnclDBati kaprett arrive at Oolumhneal 10:50 i. If.
Aocommodatloa Rxpret arrives at Columbu at 7:50
faro aa Lw aa -ty-ay otlaer Koate.
ifor TitkttfU Crtillineor CUntUni.
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Columbus, June 17, lfTJl. , 1 , . '
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AA HF. CII GKEEN and BLACK
aw a3. i oo oagt pnnenio vone. . ,
-1 SO pockett old Dutch Government Java Colfe.
- ' i 1 kataCevlon Coffee. " ' '"'
BOObbki. standard Whit Buiurt, onilatiTjg'of PoW-
area, unrueneo, uranuiated Anna B Copee. ,
HO ejulntalt Georg Bank Oodflth. . 1 V
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M. C. LILLEY
lni Elani-Boot. Kinafafltnrer, H
KOBTH HIGH BTSZET, C0LUXBUB, OHIO
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HedrWhjJe ..and -BlntK
TVELAINFM. V '- ' J :
XJ . ... CALIilOEltf-'A " '-'.-r
Just opened by
?' a! J9 South Ulgn'itiWt'1
A BIt".';r;ai ;
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Hart Jvat received a new make of HOOP $irtfi
tateked U a manner (ar superior to any yet introduced
i j( .J: .iiJ ii,i4
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ii tr .'trt t-iiii
world of letters. Th. mechanical execution I far tope
. rlor to that of any other Lexlooa with which I am ae-
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The' latMii-Tho twrgeifTho Beit.
Ana i;aeapoui Ui Bert, ,
Te Boat HaiiaWav'aiUtiidarcl An
thorlty of th Eag-tUh Lai(Tiaa.M .
''XUi sin imoubh pionoNAiT niurt."
. UUrary Mm STyr. h
' Haia art upwards of a Ilajidnd Tbowaod Wordl,
whot maltitarleu taataiofa ud tUrlTaUeoa, tetber
wlthUiel i correct epelUnf, and prraaMlaU are el early
wn before the ay." '
: '. 'OhtehmaU CammtrMaL
Smith DnUiont tkt Mtmbf fV CmStaU
, l2adk4T' A viatic. ; n
n andertlgned, memban of th Ohio Itata Taaehert'
AatocUtion, adopt and aim to um fa taaehlBg, writing
and ipaaklag, th orthograpby ami pronaneUUea of
Wereeeter Rortl Quarto Dictionary, and we suet oor
dially recommend it at the aaott rellabk atandard au
thority of th InglUh language, at It la bow written and
Loam Awntwa , PreeWtnt Ken yon College.
M. D. Laaarrr, Baprlnndnt Zanetrlll Schools.
Tuo. W. Haarn, Bap't Hasdlon Union Bch.els. ,
M. . CowotsT. Sup't Publlo School, Sandusky. .
Joint Lywoh, Sup't Publlo Schools, CireleTilU).
ryT' y0"' fiacpI Clerelasd Itrnal Btnlaa-
. Wh. Urroaau, Supt Pub We Sekaata, Mt. Union. -Joaa
Oaon, principal Stata Moratal Bohool, Mlnn-
Olnorinnlu"0",Frtn0lpU ,mtb Int,J1' School,
H. 8. Mi; gup't Canton TJnloa School!.
Idwi hutia. Principal KoNly Normal School.
Bu I. TirrAJ), Prof. Hatbematica, Ohio University.
. Wat. W. KDWaaoa, Bup't Troy Union School.
' A. O. Honua, Principal West Illgk School, C Urn
8. A. Hoaroa, Aetodat Prtoripal Blgh School, Clere
land. .. i -s r
IsaoBoaa Btuulib, Principal nigh School, Cler
R. I. DoaitTOK, Principal Chrreland Inttltut.
(A. Qmiaa, Praitdaat of ItecUo IaaUtaia, Hi-
W. I,. ILikkis, Prof, of Ohamlftry, Obi Wocleyin
H. II. Baaaar, Ix-0mmlaloBrof Ooauaoa lohaola,
J turn Moxaoa, Prof. Sbatorto, Oberlln Oolleg.
Tao. Hill, Preeldant Antioek Oolleg.
O. W. H. OaTBCAkT, Prof. MaUinaaUca, High
b. 0. CaoMuuuu, Prof. Laaguaga, High School.
S. M. Baaaaa, Sup't TJnloa Schools, Ashland, t
Jfera W a Omdrtd r rWdm, of Oott.
ft, Proftuon, AuOurrt ami PUUnguiiM JUue
tort, hat tndtrttd iht atoaa latHswuH.
PRESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN OHIO.
H abuita Oouasa "It la truly a magnificent work,
an boner to th author, tba publishers, and th whole
eountry." President Andrews.
Obio Wmnn Uhitsbsitt .-"It exceeds my expecta
nont. It will be my gold la orthography and pronun
ciation, end will often b eonaultad bi m for lta seat
and accurate dtanltlon.'' Praaldaat Thorn peon.
W. E. Xaxmo Osiuat. "Heretofore we hare ud
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
faculty. It wae decided 1o chant It to conform to that
of Worcester'! Royal .ftuarte. ilcUonary." Pretldent
Wnrruaa Em ear CoiUsa "I ' And It worthy f
eordial approbaUon." President Hitchcock.
' Oaaaxai Coluou. "It more taaa meet my axpaota
tlont. I tecommend it at tba standard authority In
orthoepy to iy children aad ay pupil." President
Axnoca Ooucea-I adopt and aim to at In teach
ing, writing and tptaklng, th orthography tad pronun
ciation of Woroester't Moral Quarto Dictionary."
President Bill. -
"In all my writing, tpeaklng, and teaching, I hart an
d euro red to conform to the rule for orthography and
pronunciation at contained 1b Woraetter! Dictionary.''
Horac Hana, lata Pratldaat.
Ktaroa CotLaoa, Oiirji. "I most cordially iccom
mond Ha the mtt nillabl atandard authority of the
Bngllth language a It la now written and spoken."
President Andrews. - ...
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
, Anton SmytX, Ommitticntr of Oomno
oretxwt tie ve
. Tb nT an Imperlthabl monument to the
laarnina and Industry of ll author, and aa honor to the
B. R. Bartw. Bt-Oommttior oj
, 04 l. ( .
Th Btoat reliabl atandard authority tf th laa-
jeadina , Ne wapapara of Obio Bay.
from Iht Cleveland Oral of JfbreASe.
Th orthography of th Worcester Dictionary la that
ated by moot, if tot all. authors at distinction la this
country and Bngland, aad eonforma to th general usage
of ordinary writers tnd speaker.
Whatever prejudice may have existed previously, a
oareful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation el in greet menu, ao a aetlr
t. add it to th. well eelecled library, a It large of.amall,
It It a library In Itself, and Will remain an imMrlaha-
bl record of the learning of It compiler, i ; .:,
iron the OndnnaU Commercial of AprC SO.
Bar ar onwards of a hundred thousand word cood.
had and indifferent whoa maltlfarioea meanings and
derivations, together with their correct polling and pro
nunciation, arc tot clearly before the eye. Th work It
anoueellonabiy tbe graateat Thesaurus of Ingllth Words
ever published. f
JromtheCleveUtrtaMealer'ofSept. SO, 1860.
vldently WMcarnra'a Rarat Quarto DronoBtat it
not only the fact, ejf tA aarr voork of the kind ever it
Md, andean by no possibility suffer by aoinpaiiaoa ar
oontrovarty. - .
, , Prom the TUedo Blade of Maf t9.
Aa to raoananuriaei. Waaonnea te wtra TABBAaa
followed by our beat aatherst la de Initio d be leaves
nothing to be desired, aad la OaTaoenanrt It la euOoisat
to ear that Woaatrraa aa ba tafeiy followed.
HVOnAlif 4k BBAOti,
.1 MO. 191 SUPIBSOR BTh CLITILAHB, OHIO. "
THE MUTTTAIa BENEFIT ,
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Dirldend Jaaaarr 1 1 80 1 " jPor Cent.
ABBXTB. IV.. .. . . tlJlSjSSt io.
tatemaat Jaaaary t, imi,
Balanca, per ttatement Jan. lit, 1880..;..t3,4088J 30
avaoetvea ror rramiuma our
tog th year ltH)...u.....Tra,0S3 S3
Raoelved (or tnterttt daring "
the year, 1860 ...w. SU.014 10 , h
Total receipt for 18fM..t8T7.(W7 74 ' '" "'
Paid Claim by Death,S67,040 00 3 "' ' '
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Paid Salaries, P.iK tnr "f. '
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change, tc 31,020 34
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Agenta...M...w, tlJU J f , ' f
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PaldAnnultlee...... W17 00 , ., . , v.
Paid DlrWendl dar" i-i'n? - -
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; Bat Batene January laa, 186U.J 3130 ga
Oath aa hand... ... ...... -
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Bond and Mortgaaeaon Real
Batata, worth doablw the ' " 1
amount loaned...... t,387J4 46. ,
Premium Hotea, e Polioie '
Lla lore, only drawing per1 ' "
cent. Inurott. , J,ST9.884 17
aal Batata ' Mgwi en
SJ X ,T
Loanaenaer1p............ V& 44
, court ofj brantmltaioB . 43J43 7 '
j lolal Ataehi....,.i..a.Mv,,rr. .MttOJOi SO
Tf 5TS Pollclee la fore, lstaring-..tga4f ,8g
i 1,433 taw Policial hay aeea mtued during th year.
i Arter a otreM ealoulatloa of the promt vslae f th
outeiaadlng Polieieeof th Company, and kerrtng th
weatetary emunnt to isssiva tk retort tn. Direetort
bare declared t DiviMna at par Mat. a tna rrar
urns nald at the lakit ret, to all eelWiae far Ufatorora.
leeaed prior to January 1, ltM, payabia noaordlng to taa
present rule of tbe Company . ' ' -
i Rate for all k lade el Life Coatlagawelaa, TraapMt
usee, aettomeota, ana Appiicaiiona, will aa raralalied
Witiioct OBAgaa, at lhmo aa Agiaslsa at th Oem-
i 0"T. "aTTBRavW, PMatdaaV v
MJ. aaaiLgrwrary; ' -
U. He SdCSOlfe 9nU
. c'v ,' . 4 Jokneoa lok,
IIroh?9,ieCU.,, , v . . Celumbna.0.,
PLAIN AND FROURSn RLAOK
BRASS rui, W awry graoev kt moat aaleot
ateonmeui tu ity, n & mem natmabl re tee.
dull al(rt xH ,, . . . Usui
W .T I -
A compound remedy, designed to be the mont
effectual Alterative that cut be made. It it
a concentrated extract of Para Sarssparilla,
to combined with other lubstancea of atill
greater alterative power at to afford in effec
Hr antidote fbr the diseases 8artaparillt it
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaint, and that one which will
accomplish their euro must prove 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 wont catet to be found of the following
SOUOFVLA AND SoBOPtrLOOS COMPLAINTS,
Ebdrioms axo Erupt rva Diseases, Ulceus,
PncFLES, Blotches,' Touont, Salt Riieuu,
Scald Hbad, Srrinui and $rruiLrno Ajr.
PBotiomi, MbrcubialDisiasr, Drofst, Nec
raloia or Tip Docxoonsox; Dbbilitt, Drs-
PBPSIA AND IMDIOESTION, EllYSIPELAS, HoSR
oa St. Anthony's Fibb, and indeed the whole
class of complaint ariunjXrrsn IaruitiTY or
Tin Blood. . V
This compound will tJt-rOund a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which. fester In the
blood at thnt season of the Year.' By the time
ly azpalatoa of therrr many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
tha aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance or loul eruptions and ulcerous
tores, through which tht system will strive to
rid itself or corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channola of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
Dursuns tnrougn the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
wnenever it is roui, ana your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, ' and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. -Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later tomethinp'
must go wrong, and the groat machinery of
lue is disordered or overthrown.
, Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregioasly deceived by
preparations of It, partly because the drug
alone hot not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but mora because- many, preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue ot Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.- '- .
' Durinrr late voars the public Have been mU-
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon; the sick, for
.1. .... - i i:..t- -r - c .
uicy jivi. uiuy I'lmiuui utuu, u uuy, ojaxaupu1
rillo. but often no curative nrortertisa Whatev.
ex.- Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extraota of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name Uom the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think wa have mound for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
Dy tne ordinary run or the diseases it is Intend
ed to cure. In order to tecuro their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
ue Dome. , . .
, rrtEPABED BT . ' , , ' . "
DR. J.C. A YE It e CO.
lowell, mass;'-";; . i
Prlea, 91 par BottI Six Dottlaa for (a,
AyerV Cherry Pectoral.
haa won for itself such a renown for the cure ot
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it it entirely unnecessary for u to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has bean im
plored. Aa it has lona been in constant na.
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure tha peopla its quulity is kept up to the best
it wver irus oeen, ana tiint ii may u relied on to
ao lor ineir relict ait it Has ever Decn found to do.
AyerV Cathartic Pills,
' . FOB TTfli CXTRB OP
Cottivtnett, Jaundice, Dutpeptia, Indigestion,
Dytenlenj, Foul Stomach, ErysipeUa, Headache,
Piles, Wieumalitm, Eruptions and Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumort and
Sail Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralma, at a
Dinner Pill, and for Puriyiny tht Blood.
. They art sugar-coated, so that tho most sensi
tive can take then plcnsnntlr, and they are tha
best aperient in the world for all the Durnoses of a
family phytic. I
Price ii cents per Sox ; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify tha unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our spaco here Trill not permit the
Insertion of them. The Agents below named fur.
nisb. pratls our American Almanac in which tltey
are Riven I with alto full descrintiont of the kbnre
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed lor thetr cure.
Do not b out off bv unnrintrinlei denier with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayeb's, and take no other. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
All our remedies-!- for sal by
ROBERTS a lAMDET,. Oalnmbna.
And bv Drngrlemaad Dealers everywher. ; i
U9T91 IXU.KWSW V .
CAS ADIAS & TJ3JTTED STATE3 KAIL
'V 1 TO AN J aTHOin ; r. t
' ' V- ; j.a '!'. 'a.' '.'i '''' t
liiverpooi, monireai, igjuepec,,'
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The Montreal Ooeaa Btoamablo Oomnan' Bret-eiam
full-powared 01yd-oullt Buamr tail averp HtU
rdtiy from PORTLAND, carrying tne Canadian and
United Statst Mall and passengers,
. rTORWIAIAN. ' - ' NORTH AMERICAN,
. BOHEMIAN, .:-: ANGLO-SAXON,
V NORTH BRITON, ' , HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, v N0VASUGT1AK. ,,
Shortest, Cbeapest andQtilckcatCoii
. . i .. . vtrauco irami .
AKERICA TO AU PABTf OF HTB0PS.
Bateatot Pn uue to Karopet,
Sao, nee, 880.
Will tall from LIVRRPOOL ovary VfodBteaeltTiT,
and from QUEB10 avery 8mtairdtap. tolling at
LONDONDRRRT, to receive ea board and land Mails and
Paaeengera, to and from Inland and Scotland.
" UTTheat Steamers ar built of Iron. In water-tight
tompartsseata, carry aaok aa siperlenced Surgeon, and
every attention I paid to the oomferl and aoeommoeV
Uon or psseangart. A they proceed direct to LON DON.
DSRT, th giaal risk snd daisy of calling at St. John's
avoided. . :- .. i t ,. -it ; i ...
Olateow patseorers ar furnished with naa aaaeaM
tttkets to aad from Londonderry.
aetunl Uefcets granted at reduoed ratee. :t-r"f.
Oertltcatet beued for carrying le sad krtngingout pan.
eugert from all th principal towns of Great Britain and
Inland, at reduced rates, by tht lln of steamers, and
by th WA8HINQT0N LIN II Off BAIUNtt PAOKIIS,
leaving Liverpool vry week. , tl. . .
Blfbt Drafta for XI andatwardiaay.
tola 1st Knflaact, Iraltamd, 8ct.,,
I'.'.-.- ::.: U itLU r WtUOS. , - 'T7"
Prrrssg,'ajVply at the Offlo.:S nHOAtj
WAT, Nat Writ, and ltj WATACJ UT
Mrtfl, . ..- . ,- , ,M
V lABSt Ik BZARLS, OtBsral AftatB,;;.
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG s
aolO-lydfcw .. Post 0fflc,ColumbtM,hlo. -
r , .we . Co-Partnersliip. w
ISfATFi TIIIR DAT ADMITTED MT
aoa JAMES ADOtR BAIN as partatr to my batt
aeea, which will hot after be conducted ander the ana
"a eon.' - ' f . BAIN. S9 tfoalh Utah St.
Oeiumeao, gefclJ, TBS1. - - ' " . f,bl
HENRY KtEHLEK. J ...
(Uta f Plialon'a IttabHtbment, . TH PAmrletor
um new ii eunionani Bhavtni. Hair Oattlna
bampemlng, Curling and Dneeing Saloon, Bast State
gtrnt, aver the Poet OUtoa, where tatieracUow will
2Bai4'vwwa etuuu HMaesiBiyton
jb j, '-tlTBfi .a.'-itnO I.' v.d bat
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
Foi ClnoInnatL Dayton ft Indianapoisf
' ., . 11 1 " i n;,"- -ft '
Through to Indianapolis withoat Change of Carl
and bat Ontj Chanre of Cars between .
- , ; . r. . . Columbna and Bt. Uuty V'; 3 .
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
"r t'l .1 1 lti t-.ialfl .
, : . nasT.TRAiNu.. ;
ACCOUMODATIOlf at S t. al.a attmDlMr at kll lta.
tlon beiweiu Columea and Olnctnaail and Saytoa, ar.
rlvloa at Cincinnati at 10 OS a. aa.. and at llattoa at
B 10 a. a., connectlx g at Dayton for Isdlantpollt atd
taa West, i " " ' - - '
' SECOND TRAIN. ,' ; '
no. laarnaiD at ii.vva. u.aewppingattfeucivini,
London, Charleston, Cedarvllle, Ian la. Suring Talley,
Oorwln. Psnport. Port Ancient. MorreW St.. Lebanon.
Poater't, Lovelaod and Mllford, ftrrlring at Cincinnati
at 4 ao p. m.,Deyton ats 4Sp. m.. coaneotloe with lb
Ohio and MiesUslppI Railroad for Louisville, Ky., Vin
eennts. Cairo, 8u Louie, MewOrltan. etc.: at Dayton
for Indbumpolla, Lafayette, terra Haute, Chicago aad
au net tern point. .,. o.,,,, i i
MAIL at . IS n. m , stopping at all ttstlont between
uoiumoo ana Aenia, and at Spring Valley, corwln,
Morrow and Lovaiaad, arriving at OincinnaU at 8 a. m.
FOURTH TRAIN., ' ' '
TflOUT XZPRR33, via Dtyton, at 19 00 midnight,
stopping at London, Zenla, Dayton, Mladletown and
Hamilton, arrlvina at Cincinnati at 5. 85 a. m. : at Dae
ton at 8.S5a. a.) eonneatlof at Cl.cinnati with the
unto and uitsiwipplKallroad lor Loalevlll. Bvanavill,
Tlneennes, Cairo, St. Louis, Memphis, Mew Orleant,
tod all points South and Scnth-west; also, at Dayton
for Indianapolis, LefayetU, Terra Bant, Chicago, ts.
YLf fot further Information and Through Ticket,
tpply to at. IvDOHIRXX, Ticket Agent, Onion Depot,
P. W. 8TRADCR, ,
' Oeneral Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
' u" 1 . JRO.W.DOTJERTy, i
. :i . ... i ..' Agent, Columbus,
r :i' B. WOODWARD,
''- Buperlntondent, Cincinnati.
Columbus, July 14, 1801. , '.tr , :
AND Steubenville' Short Line
;,',CONSKOI1N(1 AT BXLLAIR1 WITH TM
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
' ADD AT PITTSBURQH WITH TUB
, . ... PORMINOTDR-
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
. Route to all Eastern Citieg I "
1 Trains Leave Columbus as follows
111 " ' MORNING EXPRESS , r
Leave! Columbo 3 30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
Beiiaire or BieubenvUle 1 arrives at Bellalre, lU.no A.
M.t Steabeavlll. 1S.S0P.M.: Pl'Ubunth. S 40 P.M.;
Harrtsburg, 1.10 A. M.: via AOentoem, arrive at Maw
York 8.00 A. M.J wtVt Philadelphia, arrives at Phila
delphia. 5.10 A. M-; New York, 10.30 A. M. Connects
also at Harrlaburg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.4 A. At,
Sleeping' Can attached to this Train
Proln Oolumbut, run directly through to Bellalre or
Pittsburgh without change! and Pattengrrt via Allen
town arrive In New York at 8 A. kt.,
1TPTWO HOURS IN ADVANOI OP NORTH
LINKS. ... ..
Thii Train also conneota at Beiiaire with
, Baltimore and Obio Railroad. :
. .. j PITTSBURan EXPBRSS. '
Leaves Columbut II 8J A M , from Union Depot, via
BteuDenvine; arrive at Newark, IS SO P. M.I Ooanoc
lon, 8.13 i P. M.j Steubenvllle, p. Al.; Pltuburg, S.40
P. M. jryThlt Is tne only rout by which Passengers
oin leaveOlnolnnatl at 7 A. M., go through to Pllta
burgh la daylight, without change of cars or delay.
i -I JS H..V
i. -'.MifAST LINI."-" '1'
Leaves Oolunbui 8.15 P. If., frma Union Depot, via
Belltlre: arrive at Newark, 83 P. U laneeville,
4 33 P. M i Bellalre 7 . p. M.t Piitebanih. 11.85 P.
M.r Harritburg, 9.00 A. M.: ria AUentovn. arrive
at New Tork,4 P. M.; via Philadelphia, arrives
Phlladeli hia. 1.10 .P. M.: New Kwrk. v P. M. This
Train also oonneot at Uanktburg lor Baltimore, ar
riving at Jr. at. - .
TDt nam runt tnrougn to Beiiaire or Pittsburg wun-
ont ahang of Carat and from rlttaborg tbe re I no
ehang of Oar to Phl'adarpkia, or via AUentowa to
New xort thus ottei tag
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
" Philadelphia, w Near York, with only -'
on obange of Cars.
By this Trala- Passengers arrive In New Toik Ave
boars la advance of in Northern lines.
Tblt Train alto connect at Bel lair with lb PaiUmar
OTThli Rout is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana more tnan iuu mile Shorter to
. -i New York, than Northern Lines. " "
Baggage Chocked Throus:rt to. all lm-
. i-v; poi.Ua roinu ii-atu ..j j .
l: i , :..'" i ,., , I, (j,.
... ASK POR TICKETS TIA ... ,
. BELLAIRB OR 8TEUBENVILLE
. t3))a ' Ye Uhr
i.- I .mi M H..I i.. ii i i .'
I ,.d , rt'M ".- 0X"- A 'ygn. W. RROWW.
i ,r.i'r) 7 Sen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. B."
,1 r I. A. HUTCHINSON, , I
Qen, picket Agent BUnbeuvllI Short Line.
, .1 1 ( . - :V . sjOIiVBBCBI t OHIO ; ' t- ' i i ' fa
-'Ajatl Seed Store. "
r. o t'i.ai k
. WAILS, GLASS, SASH, PUTT. Y. O0RDA6E, , w:
GaMaavt riatola, Wood A-Willow watra,
i seWtnd Raster Baiting, lac Leather, Hi
U O at at ... '
. Jtoveltlet In neck Ties snd aesrnt ..
ri . roa ana uarroi uoiiars.
t e.mori i-wjaoroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs. ?
l-Partt Rid' Olovee eupartermake.-' , ' ' - .11
, , OeMea Hill Bhtrta, varteasaiyiaexii vt M eti.
.; 2i 0,doUil.8J,,lr" !' V
VII, iuk in. a, i v iv.n, uff . . , . .
31 UaK Hoe aad Under toratMto. " ' . -
1 .-inrl.ii-j pil I-.' l ''!'."- BAIN ek B0Tv
aprlO, (.... . tn: " N-0 South High tueet..
- SOMETHING. ,IIEY?
- t lfTDTf'JI V" ITT ll TPTTT'Cj" sv.
XliUAUAmi l.tll iLAIU.O.i ol,.
pADsV-ATIIO. 3, BIOfJTH atteit T.,
f iMiwutvmsnwsVMBw .,vi. iietj,
i AMERlCAMfWAf CUES
mnnraetaredav I. HOWARV A fjo v Bottoa. V.a.'.
These Wamaee an fat? superior to anything ever ottered
to the pubtso, pwetoton. .Maving toe eaelatlve agesMm,
i can ten ineus m prraee so euia iu urnee. A Have itti
received a tarftji-ock of , .
I -r 3 to AMKMCAN WATCnE3'. J A
tnanbtkotafed by APPtETOK, TRACY, .C0' alo,a
I.. . .' . . I , 1
BrmataoVtmee- , , ' , ' ' T ,
s xitomsu Amd bwiss irATsjntis,
1 Z ,-, . to Sold and Silver Cases, tt Panto price, . '
i i 1
... a f e ' r lU'liii t ''-'t i . - ; , i i j..
Dally, per rear..,.. na
Tri weekly, ner .car. . u an i
feakly, per year
[From the Boston Courier.]
They call sua "Tbe lather of Waters''- ' ' '
- for a hundred rivers Rnr, - 1 " ' '
With a riotous tide leaping out from ay Side,
And they named me long age. , , ,
Leaked a my rVlrog Hood, ' ""' '"
ltJ!'T.Uv ,B aiefts of the bltlsi " '
Old dusty chiefs of . the forest stood, ,
Aad loseed tbetr feathery h.imt.
And revealed to their sons and daughters
That I wa eb father of Waters.
from ihores. when tbe Inland ttsa II deep,
I. on test ocean chain,
Aad the reeto of th Rocky Hills. I leso- , '
, " "ruw prairie siretebe far snd wide. J ' '
And soaods to tu buffalo's thundering etrldet
Arid tbe mountala shadows, from plnnacltd peaks,
"l0,111' the hungry a,, shrieks, . .
PaUllkaglomon the plain ' "'
Prora cvee ol th Hill, and spring! of tht Lk
My meeting fountains ran. . V . , . , .
With th Brit set dawn of th early prune-- ,v
I was born woen th world began. , . , v i . ,
And onwardi, onwards, forever I roll, ' 1 1 "
Forever to reach th main; ,',, .
And th eweep of my tide, i. th march f its pride .
Turn not on lit lounee again. .
But grand old riven, th chiefs of tbeir reca, ,
Com rushing forever I own my sway,
Like hosts to tbe field In the battle day:
They tiok on my bosom, end in my embrace, n
Seek th Intuit ta far away. ,
Bat my dancing ripple laught and sings " '
'hs nrvts that downward Sow. ;
Till th drop that gushed from my froten springs
Ar warmed in th Quit below. .
Bo I glrdl aa empire, and bear to Its heart
Wealth, like the riches of dreams;
1 a4 'JIT '."'i'. sfleat.mlih their burdened fnigbt,
On the flood of my thousand streams. .
Up at my springs dioopt the foretold ,
Ovr ay dark, oalmatream at lti roots, '
When tbe vaniablng Indian's frail osooe
And the hunier'a shallop snoot. ...
Below, below are my myriad marts
And th ven lurr tor every tea; '
Bu t In glory r gloom, stnamlbg over my wtve,
. Bloats the atei-blaaoned Plag of the Free.
And never, till eir'th ' wlih 'lta Umet aad iiriet
Ornmbl to dust. Ilk a shriveled scroll,
Shall be nnolaiocd my watery ton,
That encircles a nation' soul.
Bui forever, till my great course Is run,
God will Isep who made tbe many one.
Vain Is susn's folly, hi fnnsy In rain
To loosen lb link of the ssun chalnl
But to Bast and Weet and South and North
Ptd by th dews tnd the golden raid.
And lb mountain soows that malt on tht plain,
My streams as of old go forth ,
And every rill of my swelling Hood
Lesps to Its fellow, like kindred blood: .
Nor ribs of rock, nor iron band
Like Ibe river of rlvere, oould (leap the land. " '
But I welcome the vision -hat gleaas sublime 1
ouiuu uia gioom oi ui nesting time t
Grander than all the drum. r ....
Spread the tents of th people, 111 ssnds on the short;
1 he course of their Empire bit now begun,
-.-B v -"fiiw in mam. ...
And the mjrlad generations 'i
Of thtlr undivided nations, . '
To their latest sons and daaghten, ' '
Shall bail me Ta PaTBaa or Watsxs."
[From the Chicago Times.]
The Republican Press and Slavery.
An evenlosr Reonblicsn nan.r nnhllah In
this city, which jnttlj gives to the 7W credit
for the almost seal la me sttpport of the Union,
finds fault with us for assorting that papers of
v. jaraj uanj ei ueavcr to lorce emancipation
as ao isene into the present contest It asserts,
among other thloes, that neither the Near York
7iOBB nor the Independent htT-.tiDce the dis
aster as Htiu Kun, published a line in favor of
that result. We turn at hap-bssard to the
former paper, and find n its issue of August
IUB IVIIUWlUg: ... I
""These fscts Deed to ba reiteraUr) anil mntnn,
ed until tbey shall be deeply engraven on tbe
publio mind, ao that tbe most ignorant, the
humblest, so often aa be shall be summoned to
senmp the Dread of his children to pap the
heavy taxes imposed by this war, shall realize
mat ii is slavery wdicb tbus impoverishes him
and them. Mothers, who are called to send
your sons to battle for tbe Union and the laws.
never rorget, or let tbem forget, that it it tla
very which compels , the sacrifice. The time
msy not nave come may not come for yeara-
for the nation to proclaim and act span this
fundamental trulh; but it is tbe truth neverthef
less, and mutt not fall unheeded ", I
Now, we rtk, is tbis Abolitionism, or is it
not V Thousands snd buodreda of thousanda of
citiseos do not believe that slavery ia tbe sole
cause of our domestic troubles. Yet this ex
tract asserts that it is. Tais, then, opens to
tbe nation a- slavery discaatioo. Thousands
tnd hundreds of tbousaods of loyal men believe
that nnder tbe Constitution tho time can never
come lor tbe rightful abolition of slavery by the
natinn.lf 'Yt this ......i . i . i. -
tnidst of rebellion, that the time ma's, onus.
(for that Is what it meant), and, by tuggetting
that, maintalni the constitutional right of Abo
lition. At to tbe Independent, tha Naa? York WerlA.
(Rrpublloap) of the S7tb lost., sava: .
"Tbe Independent of this week is brimful of
pesuient Aooiitionism. , Tne most objection
able part of it, to be sure, Is tn articles written
by correspondents, but the Drominenca aaalini
tuciu m sue uisac-up ei me paper, ana the
strong leaning In the same direction la iu edi
torial columns,' justify ns in attributing to tbe
Independent a deliberate purpose to make Itself
avtbiole of Abolition sentiments. It allows
Dr. Cheeverto expatiate on 'the irretrievable!
mischief produced by the Northern Government
snd Administration in refusing to direct the
war against slavery,' and oo tbe 'infinite im
portance of immediately striking that blow'
againat slavery, and which will retrieve our af
fairs and ear reputation, and aave us front the
dreadful disaster, eto.. It gives space to a,
long artlole by Charles L. Brace, entitled 'The.
Key to Viotory,' which opens with the lnqairy,
to victory Is a procewtafioa a manrifatMaf '
The World differs from our evening ot tem
porary in regard to the Independent, and tbe
rfeWd la not only a Republican naner. hut la
reported to enjoy tbe confidence and favor of a
memoer ot tne itDioet. . . ,,,.,-..!
We mleht, as our evenina ootemnorar ban
proved la Its own oolomnt, quote from leas in
fluential. Republican papett here at home, to
prove our assertion; but tbe fact ia so patent to
our citiseos that, If tbey have patience to bear
it, we leeiitisno amir or ours. Ia all our
warfare on Abolition Republican Journals we
have only wished to serve tbe country against
a pestilential heresy which teekt to dissolve the
TJnloa by dividing th North. Into faotipos on
the question of slavery. Generally we think
our evening ootemporary has co-operated with
us in the effort, and we are quite surprised that
It how denies the existence of the evil which It
bt so persistently combated. . x
We do not wish to be misunderstood on thla
question. We mike no ohsrge of general Abo
ht.onlsm against all citiseos wbo aoted with the
Republican party, '. Oa the contrary, we have
alwavs beld that there ia a Urea element in
that party which It conservative, and, now that
It It awake to tbe criminality of Abolitiouiaot,
win intiat mat taa ouiv purpose Of the war shall
be tbe preservation of tbe Union and th Caa.
ttltntlon. We have only said to thett Dtoole.
utr i -' , i. j -vr i i . r -
-acre is me iiew tort A Tionnt, and the i-
iraeaifeaf.and other papers heretofore organs in
jour party. Are they arcane still t Do you
approve of their, sentlmeatet ,. If yon do not,
rinoe It In tome manner.' Do not ask Demo
crats to meet ' yon ia political nnltv when
jou come to thrm burdened with these Aboli
tion papers.'! Now, If the oonservatire Repub
llctus are reklly opposed to Abolitionism, tbey
will concede that our position is reasonable, and
will join ns in the work of overtbroaiog North,
era wesson, while, w do our t-nt endeavor
agtibtt Southern teceselonlsm. We are earnest
in our desire for a. union of sentiment In re
gard to the objects of tha war. We oara very
little wbat purpose the Administration has la
hostilities, . Tbey must do as the people desire
for even the army are the people. What la
tits popular sentimentT Is tba question.' Can
w lay that it It or ever will be united, if half
,1 dt the nation cry ont for emancipation, and th
H - .1 . 1 . i i . r - . 1. . . 1 . I - ., . .
ouier nan iwuore iua ,iu . uuwuumnQDSM,
. . i .'.n ..... iv), ,d ...
ana go tuDversive of the Union!, .This ia a
question to do seriously ooosldsred by men f
all parties. Ao anderatandlng nut be arrived
at coocernlDglt, orrti safety of tbe Repabllo
wiU be completely wracked. Wa, therefore, da.
Pr"t sglUtloavejX iemanolpaUoa by the
""""" uwwrgainere aa ue wacaeet el tret
ton at this crisis of tha oonntr'. hiainr. .i
we call upon eonservaUve Republican, ta the
name of all that is saoraU to aa aa a people, to
prove, by some bold and ponWUkable eaaasii
tion of principle, that tbe Abolition Journals eye
bo longer thair orgaot; ,,Tf eaa do IS; with
euoaempaasisas will rgaUy -Mite the great
mM,. n,loa In pommon-purpose, and
as will evince to the Qonth that tha Critteodso
resolution of the extra aessioo is th real aenct.
men ' the gnionBun. ,,,,, f ,;:,;,y , ,. j
ty ateembled at the Court House in Canton, da
Tuetdsy, the 87th day ot August, for the pur.
pose of considering the politic, el the ooaatry,
aU iuurw BeprciBiiy-.toewatsreptaW acta of
muu viuieuce ia our miost, , , ",7 I
On motion, John O.' Morse was chosen Praal
dent of tbe meetiog, and Messrs. Joho 8teele
and Samuel Ktider were selected to act aa Vice
Preside Is. ., . A , . , i A
On motion of Judge ' Wm7 ET; Burkel Wil
lougbby W. Webb was appointed Secretary of
tbe meeting. n... . ,
Geo. Ltbm moved that a committee of sev
en be appointed to piepare resolutions express-
ru ui vuu euse ot toe meeting, at tbe same
timeatklngto be exeneed from serving opon
wo wuiioitwe. ine motion wae agreed to,
and tbe following gentlemen were appointed
that committee oy tbe Cbtlr: Messrs. John
J. Hofman, William F. Evana, John Raber,
Peter Piereon, Wm. Obcrlin, James E.Chase
and H. E. Smith, t , , , . , .,.,
Tbe committee retired and the meatine- thara.
upon took a recess until one. o'clook.
At the appointed hour the Court House was
crowded to its utmost capaoity. - The audience
wk caiieu to oraerrry tbe Chair. -
Mr. A- MoQregos being called upon, then
proceeded to give a briel aooouot of tbe de
struction of bis printing office, tbe Stark Coun
ty vcmoerai, oy a moo, on tbe night of the 33d
Inst., the particulars of which are already
koown to the public. Certain Individuals, sev
eral of whom are said to be enlisted in Ibe U.
8. isrvioe, to tbe number of twelve or fourteen,
broke into his office at midnight, and destroyed
type, presses and other printing material to the
value ot $3,000. Mr. McGregor denounced
the outrage at wanton and wicked, and main
tained that he said do thin a- hut what h. h.rl .
right to tay, holding himself reiconsible te the
proper authoritiet. He had, by tbe advice of
me irieuus, gauea tna meeting over nit own
iguamre, u get tne expression or tbe Democ
racy Of Stark conntv uoon tha anhlact.
' Mr. McGregor wa followed by General S.
Labm, in a lenethf and able aneech. in whir
be donbunoed tbe outrage perpetrated upon the
saoolity ot the press, and reviewed tbe political
questions of the dty, arguing that tbe Demoo
racy were willioe to unite with tha Rennbllnan
in support of the Administration, la all Its pro
per suwauurcw iot prosecuting toe war, and would
unite with tbem in fighting the battlee of tbia
couoirv, ains oy side; out conld not and would
not unite with tbem npon a political platform
uen. L-aam, in conclusion, submitted the fol
lowing resolutions of hie own, which were read
ana unanimously adopted: ' "
Ktstlttd, Tha: the Union Democracy of
stark county unqualifiedly indorse the resolu
tions adopted by tbe Democratic Union Conven
tion which met in Columbus August 7th, 1861.
Also, that we most heartily indorse every tentl-
ment embodied in the very able and patriotic
letter of acceptance of our candidate for Gov
ernor, Hon. H. J - Jewett, that, upon the reso
lutions of the Convention and said letter of
acceptance aa our platform of prinoi pies and
guide for our actbns, with the Union and tba
Constitution as our watchword, we go Into tbe
present political campaign resolved to do oar
share towards tbe overthrow ol Abolition fanat
icism in tbe North, and fire-eating treason in
the South. ' ,
Resolved, That tie freedom of speech tbe
liberty of the press tbe right of trial by Jury
uu me privilege oi HABEAS COSPIf, are tne
great bulwark of American liberty. Patriots
will die la their dO.easa deaoota tramnla thnra
Tbe committee on Raaolatfon than annsiar-
-.1 ...u -i.. j ., , .. rr ,
cu, u euumiiiea ua following reports 1
Whibeas, Society it organized and govern
ments are constructed for mutual protection to
life and property, thereby promoting the bappi
nest and welfare of iu members: And, where
as, tbe Constitution guarantees to tbe people
tbe right to peaceably aaaemble and oonauU un
on publio affairs: And, whereas, reoenl acta of
violence in tne destruction ot tbe or eaa and
materials of the Stark County Democrat, and
similar acts of violence la our ooaatry, give
evidence or a state of things bordering upon
Kesoivtd, That in this crisis it Is tbe high and
holy duty of every true American cltiseu, wbo
loves liberty and good order, and desires tbe su
premaoy oi tne laws, to bear la mind thai eter
nal vigilance is tbe price of liberty, and that re
sistance to tyranny le obedience to God.
Kttvived, mat to aU taost wbo encourage
uus taw ana oiner acta or violence anon par-
toot or property, we emDhatlcallv and moat die
uuwiy aj mat me iemooraiio party is mow, aa
ever, opposed to mobs and violence and would
most respectfully nree all oilisana. without re
gard to party, to diacounteoance and disapprove
all acta ol monocracy,, .. .
Resslvtd, That we cof dially Indorse the Con-
eumuuu oi me united states, which guaran
tee vj every man, ireeaom or speech, and free
dom or the press; also, tba OoutiiiuUou of
unio, wnicb aaya every individual ia free to
Speak, wilte and publish bis sentiment on all
subjects, being responsible only for tbe abase
thereof. The Democratic party, ea ever, here
tofore, now subscribe to thee Inalienable rlohta.
luraiiiauie to ireemeoa ana lormldabla to tt.
.Retolttd, That while claiming th right of
free discussion ia regard to tbe publio aota of
publio men, w only claim what tbe Democracy
bare always conceded to their opponents (n eve
ry condition of iDa country. . .. .i-, 1
iietotsta, i oat we Cordially accept and adopt
the State Platform of principles adopted by the
Democratic State Convention on the, 7th of Aug.
last, and the able and patrlotlo Utter of accept
ance oi oor galleat standard hearer, Hugh J.
Jewett, and we pledge tha Stat aad twoaty
tickets, our hearty aad aadivided sapporl.
Resolved , That we armnathla. atUh M. Mn
wregor in tbe severe lose be. tuatained by tbe
destruction of bis press and printing material
by tbe mob en the aleht of the S2J mat. .
These resoldtlonswere adopted without a 3is-
BCU11U5 wive., j . , ,
Tbe secretary was directed to send a copy ot
these proceedings to the editor of the' Cincin
nati Angairtf , Columbut CHiis, the Obio Stafce
wtaa, and the pemooratiq papers of th county,
foi 'publication. , ;. if ','n'
Tbe meeting then adloaraed with three bear
ty cheers , for tba JDnmocx alio eauatv and. Aha
JOHN G. MORSE, President.
WILLOUGHBY W. WEBB, Secretary.
Extra family 11 oor.
' SueaP Cared Haihs." s l ""1T
ilfn .. T..t .i.'. ,fcw.x ...avda a :tt;iiop
,k B.' Cieeso & Battori '''
;vr,;i:m i. . I- .... t-- .. t ; , r ,l',?.-v
, 40 store ior stie bx;i ,u Ufto-ii. -oi bm
V .sl,l s,.Wt. H. 1UIIBAUX, s
MB South High BtreeU.
IXm SUGAR CURSQ BASUl,..
jlil I It tn
rr - WRITE WHEAT tLOOM UHi BrMJe.)
jgenvnana, xaxsua A'roBiCB, ji igs, a,,,
l. '. O '! 1
Ainato vtuxnnu aca xtaums
for sale wholesale aid' retail ha
f it'C t-f.'Jl'3t't tBVmt. ' RE8TIBAUX,
Jlj31 1 .a lit Beau HUb Srmt.
;-. ..ttWf ii?uet. .
f ' i v e "t j
J?'3'rlt'Hnt Oa-PWato, tweltdncwMA
moat perfect reeolta, Wuoema. Oeoea. Otnumso -
Oouoa Oooeat, BaowcBua aaa Ttnuav Oeu!Larra?
always fonran.erat OoseKmptteWTAB
enperloi. Breed from iloUtoiv
tattona. and with pertoot eoaaVtoZs. mmat
HDNNEWELL'S - s ?
H i" P.
Tbb OaaaTBST NATtrsax Ohatb ewew aafMA a
world, eontolnlng; not a particle of Opium, aor say sat)
etanoe but lta atrietly Vevetobto aad medloal pnperttos.
A tan Reaaerto tow Rawaaoaaa, , SUsamauTtim, Oowr,
Tootb awa Baa Acira, Oavaaaa, Roe sat Hat Pavwa.
and all minor Nevroe Complaint.
won Mat or BLaar, and Headache fa ah lis varttrJes,
It has bo eeaml. and to wkiem saaa auadofcoa im J.
alt an offered, iin , , v , . , ,
roa DauaiBsi Tamtsnt tt la a most perfect remedy.
bob Sown, CoHntnrr. after reaortnt the pala tt acts
to aphyato, a most Img islmsi ssb nest wftk the eoaetlpa
tory effect ol Opium-. . .
' Te Pbyeielan, Pormutas andf rlalRottlto wflf teatoU.
tfZSZl'""" Pm,Um wiUtoat
Prepared under th special eupervlsiou of
JOUIf I,. HViaNBWELL,
. - i I eawausT abb Wsswirawiiat,
XT 9 Cotunterttal Wharf, Bottom, BLasa.
To whom please direct all ooaaaaleatlena.
Prices Large Cough Remedy, so esata par settle.
Small -'.. SB u .
Tolu Anodyne, 40 " "
for aala by th ueeul waalaaato aad taial! u.i .
everywhere. . .
R0BBBT8 A BAMUIL,' " '.. MARPB,
JOHN R. COOK, , . J. M. DBNItL
. DEN 10 dt SONS, ; A.i.BOHUBLLBRfciOSJ,
mayl7-wly : . , , jLgenu fM Ootambaa, Ohto.
STo. 4 Qwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & (XHARRA
TER 0O0D8, and invito th pubis to toepect
them. No such stock f Oeeda a ever beea kreegbl to
this market. Tbe South, la eonsequeno of the failure
of the grain crop, has not beea able to parch the me
aalquaotlty ot rich goods, and thla hut haforVcbe
Import re te seU thee al pabll aaetton. . Omr-amyee
imr. dhiuu; oeing in nw iora at thee large eetos, teak
advantage ef them, and we eaa aad will ssll ear goods
nan, at toes thaa anyone wh purchased twe weeks eine.
paid for tbem to New York. Our stock at complete la
every department of '
k. LEG A NT DRESS BILKS, :
OTTOMAN VELOURS,- -b .
PRINTED MERINOS, ' 1 '
i -i. , PRINTED COBUROS,
ORLEANS, " ' 1 -M
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, '."1
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
. , DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CL0AKS1
iFive ThausandDolIiirs ' Worth
::re:,Boiight one 7:
HOSIERY - DEPARTMENT,
Men's, Ladle aad Child nn' Under Shirts sad Drawers;
Ladies, Mite and Children' Battery of ell kinds, in
Wool end Lamb' Wool; Plescy Lined and OoctoaOtovet
of every mak.
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of n, .. .. .;j
., v, ; .., OVERCOATINGS,
. . TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, '!:" '
ladies and Gent's linen Cambric Hand
Te persons Whe eaiiaa aa, we pkHg ewrwerda I
shoe them thi largest, beet end eheapeet ttook ef 0.als
ver etee la tale market, ot pay tbaca aae AoUer per
hoof while looking.
decMUStawUw.- BTONS at O'HIRRA. 1
Summer , , . Millinery.
They Stool Rplemlarid
FROST LATEST IIIT1HIBTATIONS Of
" ' " '' - MT STOCK Off
Spring & Summer Millinery
. IsBewaoetpletereetoprltingeverp variety ef MUlar
ery; alas, a Urge aswrbmeat ef XsUinatdtrlaa, Hosrery
aad MoUena, Ao., aad la (aantltie aad price that eaa
aotfaU to emit all who may fairer a wUkaeaU.- The
good have aeea aeaghtalPaale prices, aad wiU k aoid
at a email advanii ea east, "f -' I .ri'i
r v' . If ILLIVEST h a-W Jeeli
Mies M. E.YOUNG, 1st of New YockOity,
wilt ttrperfntond the Mllllaerp Bliaismial Batlaac
ezperUaoria the Boat -fashteaabto Bttthllskmmtt as
Broadway will alone be a warranty that she wilt se abto
to give entire satisfaction bt antlers of toats to all wh
may favor her with their order.
Tha ladlee ef Oerambas and vWalry wilt bleat ar
apt tmp stnoara thank foe tbetr llaenl patronage ami
I weal respectfully eelkit a eeatlirBaaet at Ike, stsatt
: 99 Ettl TOtril St ClmSBVtMt ' 1
tTERNE CHITTENDEN. . . . BTEBSV T. CWITTaiSDCB
S. & H. T. CHITTENDEN VT,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW. " '
TJjT Offices,' S99 Broadway Hew if ore' Cityand
PaJteows' BtmarM, Cerembus, Ohle, i.i
gTOanfai atoeaftoa paid to li natlluBB, h nl r,t
aprllftdCea -,-f f.mf.'.Hn n'( r.l ,tsij
; iBJiItinore' Clotliiiis flossa.!
Mil wefMii)aasis ajra wavusuaa aaaJcaaa at
. i- N 308 W.i Baltlmeretnet'-o
fli.J vl r
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(ati a aaw usssvrr in towaaa,) . 1
., .. . V . , . f.rf tt 'Id
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4 taxsj Asmtaatnt t Twee aal TttrtUhroV
01 t).; ' l soeds Csnataatlf Eaa;f .1.1 t.-,i
0ct3cVlly j f,;i;;utH) ni rfj
A'OLIJ .1 B E AS S W 0 tiKBf
M ,?! SJfrlag eXWsttaw aste aa-m
O olxxrxatojuct ; 02iloi
tad Macarantwrsra ei Svaat andfsMpntltfciei Cmnif
:M I "." Bf?,ork vt ll Driptlo.s.7
-mr m wetai WW B S u,
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