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BUSINESS CARDS.
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jOLttoxTxaoy at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offlea A)bo Balldliw. ODtiAtltal tikJiltnl Ifl-iM
COLtJMBDS. OHIO)
jfla,-. ooxionKTaa,
Attorney & Counsellor at La-vr,
; MARIOOHIO: :Z
OOliUMBUB , ,
tfaciine Mannfactaring Compu)
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STEAM ENGINES & BOIliRS,
Outings,1 mU-goartcg, atMhlnary.,
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1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'T
RAILROAD.
Connecting at CmtllD vlth th PirTSUOBQn, SI.
" WATNB h 0DI0AOO KAILR0AD ., :
For PttUmrg, PhUaddpUa and Baltimore Mi
,, or fort Way end CUoago. . ..
Connfflttof tt Oleytland with th LAU BIIOHI SAIL-
ROAD .. .. .
Fr Dunkirk, Huirala, Albanr, Bv
THREE TRAINS DAILY,'
; " bxciptsdmdat; Vi.' )..'",;
from Caliuuba, in nnotlea with Train on th 1
ft ri Wl li'Ki U . ) ar . . a. '
v, t . fiHBT TRAIN. '
aimni m. .ri.t. iytam Colcmbn at 3.40 A, II j
will lean pMnn at all aution aouth of Galiun,
atop at Dalawar. Aihiey, Cardiaaton and Oilcad, and
al ellltatioD north ot Oallonl arrlrlni at OITland
alfcOwA. al, Duailrkl OU 1. M . BaBalo 4 25 P. M.
Albany I SO A. M., New Vor.:J5 A. M.. BoeionS JO
V r"Dnin ureilini 3:SN P. U , Philadel
phia 4:10 A. M. Chicago tU Oreaillne at 7:00 P. 11.
8MCOND TRAtlf." '.' v
BfW TORK IXPRKH.4-t-LM Colnmbu at llilu
aw ?r'i',,,', Centre, (for IV hit Bulphnr
b;,bew Laudon, Welllngtoa and Cnfton, arrir at
Cleieland at 8.3J p. . Dnnkirk, a: 60 p. m.: Bnf
falo, 0Uia p. m j Albany, i a. n.; New Yoik, 1:4
P; I Q.lon, 4:40 p.a. Thle Trala aonacoUat ilhel-
w, . ua at vuoa ior loiedo, arrl lug at
Toledt at 0:4Up. m. , : .. , . . . "k
f ' ; . TUTED TRAIN.1 " ' : l'
MAtt J.U0 ACCOMMODATION ITe Colnmbu
at . p. aa. Will atup at all HaUona Bouth of
BMIuy, and at Hew J,ondoo. rVelUngton, Araftoa,
and Berea; arrirlng al Ulmeland at f:30 p. m.; Dual
iUk, :i Ua. . Buff.lo, SSOa. m. Albany, I 0 p. ml
Mewleik, 70 p. m.; Voaton, 1 1:43 p bi.j PHtabargb,
YaCr.liir!.,t 11:03 p. a.; Philadelphia, 1:00 p.
Oalaago, to Oraauiae, t:43 a. b. Thi Train eonncoti
ul'i?lkrU' wdyand Toledo, atriTlaa at Toledo
Patent Bleeping Cam are nia-ca H
Sight Iraini to CbJoagroi Sew 'J '
lit f. York and Boston v ' "
Xoovdtw CtexsW Tkrovgh to Fmi Tori and 2om
im taWanrf; ofo, to 'AKadeipAia and
t Jlm lorkmia OntUint.
. ah RETURNING. . ' -tzprvw
arrlTe at Cola'ajbo. at...lji1S P. M.
- OloclnnaU Axprtn arrlr at Uelmnbae at 10 A. Mi
Atauadaiian kxpreia, varrTe at polunbw atT:30
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aVVl'uAl 100 bag prima Bl Conee.
llOpoeketaold Dntch Qoreranwol JaraCfcira., r.,
IS bagaOeylen Coffee. , ; , . ....
lOAkbla. ftandard Whit Sngart, coniiitlng of pirav
J dred, Ohrnthad, OraoBUted Aasd B OpSo. l,r
' 10 Bbatala 9eorge Bank Ooduah. , . ,.crt (
lObbla. Ueaa and Mo. 1 iUckeni.,, ,. v ,
ittZStl ft iii
100MOlawa.JlaxaVtaaaaaBdraAa,.. S t
mtta Wl. UoDONAXJ.T
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K0ITH EOS IT1UXT. COLUMBTJI, OHIO
anarla-dlw ;-,... ...i...
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WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO TiTfrnnw a uy:
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niteit-,Tho larjeit-Tha . Beit.
, i jh meapm jbooaom tn Beit,
t&ttrltjr of th Egt-llBBlaBffwigMre.
"IB-i Ml HOtlBlk BI0tI0!tAf KXTAHT.
i.,?:5'i .HO iy;yrary Mm M4rYitn.
Ha i are onward ol a Haadead Tbaaeaad Word,
hoe mnltlfarioa Beaalon and derivatloaa. towathar
iooi BManlnga and derivation, together
He
tt before lb ay.
OtnehaaU OmmirtUL
Btai O DeiltUmi of tU tbrntiv of O CUo DtaU
.'i.l .i. M - J
' ' ..www e wiMiimw.
Th tBdartlgnel, aiember of rh Okie Itat Teach1
anociatlon. adorn and mlm. (a i.. uuhiu Miiin
eimeiDiri m -arinorrapn and prononoUUon
woroeiter'a Moval Ourte TMn,mr4 - m..
dlally reeommend it a the noet reliable etandard aa-
Uerity Of the Jnallih laniaaa. aa U la o oritwa end
nnlrM ........ .
Uai Amaawa, Praetdeat Kanyon Ooller.
r-BaperlnBndan laamwrill Bofaaola.
J. . w ' "TT. aap-i ajaeallon Union Bchoola.
H. P. OowaantT, Bnp't Pabllfl BchdoU, Baadaaky.
JOB a LtMOBI. BnnH Pahll .kaila AWImIIU ":
B. X. KuwocDt Prlaetsal Olawalaal twaula Rmlna.
war. Mrrr-mrr.. a.H p-viu l.kui. art rr.i..
Joaia Osdu. Prlnelol a ww wi 'ljii ni.u.
One nTABoa. Vf fu-fn! Vaa4ii T . t. . i 1 1 i au.Mi.
viuviDnaci.
H. 8. AUatm, Bnp't Canton UnlM lebooto. ' -Bnww
Raaan, Principal MeNaely Koratal Befaool.
Ku X- Tarraa, Prof. afalheBatlea, Ohio UnW ratty
WM. W. Snwaana. las't Trow Union Behaal.
A. G. Bonn. Prinelnal Was! Blah BehnoL fllm.
land. i .
8. A, flotToi; AatoelaM Ptlndpa! High Bchoal, Clara
TaaoBou BTaaxow, Principal High Bchool, Oler
land.
B. F, Hrlrrow. PrlndDal nievelanl Inatltnta.
J. A.' QaJifiau, Preildeat al Hectic Inatttnt. HI
ram.
W. L. IlaJllla. Prod nt flhaaalatn. Ohla Wealmn
UnlTilty.
U. H. Barmt, Xx Oetaaalaatonerof Cecaaaen lhol,
VUIVO
jAUm Mowbob, Prof. Bbatorla, Obtrlla OolUga.
Tawa. Hill, Prealdent AaUooh Ooller.
O. W. II. OiTKUlT. nf. MathamalLv. Ulatl
School, Dayton.
S. Ot GauHaioaw. Prof. TanniM. Htrti auw,.
V. M. AUaaaa, BapH Uoiom fchoola, Aanlaad.
Mart Oan mm Om&rtd oOur frmXdtnU of CoJU-
9i, Proftuort, AuiXart mnd Ditiri4d Idvem-
vre, ion enuoraea ia oKn tmummu.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
HlmnrrA OoLLnaa "Tl U tnel a auwnlflaaat warir.
anhaaot at the author, Uia pebUeheri, end thewhol
ouuiry. rreeueni avadraw.
OHIO Whjti TJatwaaarW Tfc MnmmAm vaw avnaata.
uoae. ii will aa aav vnltla la inwnnhi and uannn.
elation, and wlU afteab aenwa lied by a for lla Beat
ana tocunte fleBnlUon." Preeldeat ThoBpacn.
W . R. Km.arrnr PnTiaaa "TTiiilnf.ia M aaaaaaal
Wanatar'aorthocraphy. At a recent BeeUnt of onr
Faculty. It wee decided ta ahaaea U i eonfarea ta that
Worcester' Royal Quarto fikUonary.'- Prealdent
uaraata.
Waarau Ranavet Ooixea.-'I find It worth af
ooraiai aproDauun.- -nauoeni giiianaeca:.
OlatUa CoUioa. "It more than BeeU a axnaeta-
on, i reeoBBena it aa in atanaara aaiaancatn
orthoepy to children and aiy paplla." Preeident
Aimooei Comuoa. I adoctand aba to b taaeh
Ing, wrltingaad pakinf, the) orthography and pronnn
ciauon oi worseaierg jutyai uoart irltuetiary.''
rraaMemi um. i
"In all Bxwrltlna'. Dakmr.and teachlna. I hmT an.
dearored 0 eaatorai t ta ralea for orthography and
pronuncienon a aontainea la woraeaur'a Ulauaoarr.
Horace. Uaoa, lata t raatdaa.
Kajrroa Oouaaa. OaJtBTam 'Iaoitcordiallr reeoi
Boad It a th meat reliable ataadard anlbority of the
Bnalleh lannaaa aa It la now wrlttaa and anokaa."
naiew.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from lUt. Anton yO, OmmMtMr of damnum
: t aaaaoM vh .- -
"The SicUanarr la an fannarlahabla aaoaiamant ta the
learning aad Indatlry of It author, and aa honor to the
worm oi letter. The Btcbanloal exeentloa It far top-
mtnm . V... . .U I 1 1. 1 L. w -
m. mwi wi ana- www aaajwai wiua wruaam a am no
iquuniea."
From Bon. B. B. Xamty. Xa-Qmniuiont
JScAookmOklo.
"Th BOtt tellablt tandar aatioriy ot tb laa
gnage.'-,; i ., . i. x . .- .. i
wau m
Xanedltia NvleTpiier toi Oblo Bm.y.
Iron Vi4 OUoMam Btrmii of aVavvtSS.
Th orthoxranhy oi th Weroeetar DMlaoorw fa that
aaed by aoet, if not all aathero al diiUactloa In thl
coantry and Bngland, and eonforau to the geaaral aaage
orainary wniora ana epeaaera
Whatever prejadleea aaay bar exalted prevloaily, t
earefal itndy of thl Tolaa will lararlably be followed
a warm appreciation of lit groat averita, and a deelr
aoa k to taa wait Miaeiad library, a it larg or aaull,
la a library tnltaelf; and will raeaabt an iBperleha
bwroMrdof tbakaandnf af taefaapliar. 4
j. Promt CWaaeiaal Ckaeaiai ggal of AprU 80.
'Her are upward af k and red tkinaal Word good,
and Indifferent erboeo aalMfarlea Beantng and
darivatlooa, tor thai with their aorreal epalUng and pre
ntoalatlon, ate let clearly before the ayo. Too work to
aaqueotlonably the great! Theeaaruef Ingllah Word
ewer pnbllihad. v'
from th4 Oltnland Platndtalm- ofSpl. SO, 1800.
kvldently WoaoBrne'a Rotal Qduit DicrnoaulT 4
Mia Lie Jail, out (A aerr (eof-A tf IA Amel aaw 4t
(k(, andean by no poaibtllty aaffer by aoapoxleaa or
poatroTeny. i
1 ' from (A TWaio Rod 'f Jfcrg 19. ,
Ai to paoirDaviATiaa, Wocraa Tea iTajraaaa
followed by onr beat anthem la defialilon ha leawee
nothing to be deHred, and In OaTSOoaanrr It la aiBciai
ay that Woactrrna aa b ealeiy follewad. -r i ,,
I - - iNOHin BRioo, '.
PMIher,BookallaatttBirs
vo. m IDXRIO. ST, OLRTRLAMD, OHIO.
aail !.. w , -.-" . 1 i :
lTHE. MUTITa4L BENEFIT . .
lIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
r 'I - ' t-ir ilr 'v .i- -l
'3ST&xjva,i?lsL9 nsr. or. . ;
DiTldostdl Jaxtnary i, 18 f 1 4 lf Ceaf.
ABBRrj.i .....'..J...-. ftffleSal to.
1 1 Btatemesit Jrr I. 1Mi -,
Balaae. par otetrment Pan. 1st,' IBM.....
Reoelved for Premlaaa dar- - 1
T 408,58? 39
In the tear 18 W.I78S.0S1 BS
Boealved tor mtoroat darlag , , '
th year 18B...- ijd.Bld i9 ;
Total rtoelpta for l..i.97T,e7 T u ...
PalOlalnubyDeath,i67,O4OU0 .a , -Paid
PoUeias arrea-
dired 41,JJ1 S3 -j , . I'T,
Paid Balarlea,--Poet, H g). iiun.l
.ago, Taia,-Ri-i u '
caanaa. ata. ...... 1I.QS0 54
Paid OoaalMloni 4o, - -.Agent
Awl.l.S'B W , -
iv.r-f
Paid Pbyaloian' few, WW IS . , . . , .
PiW AnnulU....: 1.A1J 0 !..' '-
Paid Dividend dnr-
n tb rar-.AAk8,t6 It 5CJ.091 6S 411,7S 14
Tt Balanoe ',1 unary' it! 1SC1.J. .'. v .S,812,iif 60
I . AB3KT8.
Ciahta tawn4...,,t..;..n4 94 19 ' : ' t
BondsaadMortgageaaaaVnl , , ,-l
Batata, worth ouM th . ' r .
aaennl loaned... U...... I.K7J4I 88 w 1
Praalaa Notes, oa Policies . 1-, .-- -v(
tn foroa, only drawing per , .
seat. Inlaraa..- 1.M.B64 It ' "! ''
Beat Kataie. ...... ....... S0.8WJ BT -j
Loan on Scrip . HWM 4
tremiuma, N 0 tee and Oaah, hi
eoartaef tranawtlalos..a r ''49J4S 73 V.'' (v 15
total Aaatbj .nAu.,.Mm t2jfls49S U
T,8TS PoUetos la fora,tnanlnWa...gjs,aiaetS3S
1,43S aw PolidS aav awaa aaaal Sartrnr the aVessv
Affctr a earerul atlonlaUoa of the proaeat vala of th
ontataadlng PoUelasai th Oeapaay, aaid hawing the
wanrp amotial la reeerre the refer, tho Plreeterl
hare aoelarad Dmawra of 4S par on torn Proal
paid at the table ratea, to all pelielee ff Wila forea,
BBHiod prior a Jaawaary t UW, payabe aaeeiwUag le the
preaeol ral of th Oeapaay. 1 . .-j
Rawre for all ilndaet Lit Coat! agencies, Proepac
aaea.BBtenent, and ApplloaUona, will aa raniiahod
wirnQT piuttaa, hw,lh tuas t Agnl ef th tfeaa-
,', 0T. tV. PAWIRlOir, pVasMeat.' "
Zpttit- 0. klLLBR, Beeretary.
UaiohM, 1861.' - ' - Oolaabaa, 0.
la I H A" PlSfRE' CTACK
DRIBS BTLAaa of avert erada. tka
4rnnaaaai ia ally, sutd at awt raaaeaetrf ,
mffSPi aaaajaaajuiiajB-areet
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Ayer's Sarsaoarilla
..,1.- a. ,"1 141 ar i..- ,w. -i i.
A compound remedy, degignea to Im thl a out
tnauu,jutratw tuat can bt mad. it if
a, concentrated extract cf Par SaHaparilla,
o combinod with other gubatancds f gtill
greater alterative) power as to afford an effec.
tiv antidoto for th diaeaat Saraaparilla ig
teputsd to onro. .. It i beliewd that tuch g
remedy if wanted by tho8 who Buffer from
Strumoug complaint, and that one which wilt
accompliah their euro mnst prove of Immense
aenrica to thta larg elaaa of our afflicted fellow
titUeng. ' Howcomplotely this compound will
do it hot been peven by experiment on many
of tho worst caaog to be found of the following
complaints:- " " . ...
' ScaortriA aitd- Scnopetoos C0MPIA.IST9,
Euumions AXD Ebuptivi DisBasis, TJtcens,
Piuplbi, Blotches, .Tumobs, Salt Eksvm,
Scald IIxad, Stfuilis axd Sri'iutiTio Ar
pictions, Mercurial Disease, Dropsy, New
Raloia ou Tio Douloureux, Dbdilitt'b, Dt
PRPttl AMD ISDI0BTlOIr Eht!pel,- Rota
or St. ATK0!f tb Fins, and indeed th wholo
class of complaints urisinj irrm Iupuiutt or
tub Blood. " '. "'
lliis ompoun(Twfll t-Mnd a jjretit pro
moter - of health, when taken in the spring, to
txpel tho foul humors which fester in the
blood at that Season of th year,1 By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disordori
aro nipped in tlis bud.-, Multitudes can, by
tli aid of this remedy, spars them solves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
Bores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself , of corruptions, if not assisted to do
tlus through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative- tncdicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find it impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse, it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
tou when. Even where no particular disorder
Is fclt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
Eabulum of life disordered, there can be no
isting health. ' Sooner or later something
must m wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown."' '
: Boras par ill a has, and deserves much, (lie
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
Jons has not all tho virtue that is clolmoa
for it, but mora been use many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of tho virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. , ' .
During late years the publio hare been mis
led by lorn bottles, cretendlncr to civs a auart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for on dollar.' Most
of those have been fraud upon the sick, for
they not enly contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, bat often no curativo uronerties whatcv.
er. Ucncc, bitter and painful wUMppointment
has followed the use of the various extraots of
Sarsaparilla Which flood the market, until tho
name itself is justly despised, and )ias become
synonymous with imposition and cheat Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue, the
noma from th load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And w think we have ground for
believing it lias virtues which ore irresistible
oy tn orainary run of tho diseases it is Intend
ed to cure.' In order to secure their comolete
eradication irom tne system, tue remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
mo ootuo. -
. PREPARED BT '
Dlt. J, C. AVER tfc CO. '
LOWELL. MASS.
Price, $1 per Bottle SlxUottlea for $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral '
has won for itself such a renoirn for the cur of
very variety of Throat and Lung Coraplaiut, that
it Is entirely - unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wlierovcr it has been em
ployed. : As it has loug been in constant us
throughout tliis section, e need not do more than
asaur tho peopl its ouality is kept up to tb bast
it over has) been, and that it mav be reliod tin ta
do for. their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayefs: Cathartic Pills,
ros tub ocas op
Coitiooneu, JamHie. Dittptntia.' Inttirreslton.
DffHntory; Foul Stomach, Vryitpelas, fltadaclu.
Putt, JVutimatitm, Eittvtioiu and Skbi Dutam.
Livor Complaint, Divjay, Titter, Timor-and
Sail Return, Wermt, ' Gout, Nturaljia, at a
Vimor Pitt, and fir Pttrifying tht Blood. r(-
Thev arc sntsr-eoated. so that tho moat teivii.
4jv eaa tako them- plcssnntlv, and they are the
boat aperient in.thLvrorld for all the purposes of a
family physio. . .v "
Price S3 cents per Sox; Five boios for $1.00.'
Great numbers of Clemvmen. rhvs'iclana. States
men, and eminent perscmages,- hare lent their
names to certify th unparalleled utofulneeaof these
remedi, but our space her will not permit the
Inaardon of them. Th Agent below named fur
nish eratie our Amirioan Almanac in which they
ar ri van r with, also full deacriDtions of the above.
eomplalnU, and th tra,tmnt that should be ful
krwad for their cur. , , ...
Do not b put off by unprincipled dealer with'
other preparation thej make mor profit on.
Demand Aran's, and tak no others: The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
havkv :- t. .- . V: - -
AH our remedlwar for sal by
ROBERTS at BAM01L, Oohrabaa, ;
And by Draifliu aad Dealer averywhere. -
aowftlyd.twwtw ,,uy i ! I
GAUADIUf ft USTIED STATES HAIL
:! STEAMERS l,
1 1 .. TO AJVfJ t'MOM ,
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
i Uvei-pwVrMonti QtrebeOa''7
i 'jwi jtj wr yorhc. ;
The Montreal Osaaa Stoaeaahlp Oeaapany'a Bfat-otas
ill-peweredOlyde-boilt Bteameia tall overr Biaga
ttrtlSir frea PORTLAND, carmine the Canadian and
United Btatea Mali aad paaatBgera,
.j NORWBOIAN, , ' If WORTH AMRRI0AN, ,
j BOHEMIAN, ...AHGLO-BAXOhVll '
NORTH BRTTOlf, " UIBKRNIAN. , , .
I ' OAMADtAN, t J. 5 , KOVA BCOTIAlf. 1 J
tartat, ChpB an14)aiekeatOon
vwjyemaavw r rem . ' ' j
AKZXICA TQ AIX PARIS Ot Snon.
Bt4M ot Faaaaaatw) to BMrop-j, ' -.
, .,. 930,800. 8SO. ' ''
Wilt sail from LIVIRPOOL very Wednesday,
and froa OUIUR0 )Trf Saitnrdap. aalllagat
LOND0NDRRRT, to receive on board and laud ' all and
Paaengera, to aad froa Ireland and Boot land.
iLTTbee Itaaaaera are aailt of won, in watertight
aoBpartaepta, oarry each aaaxpenenoad Borgeo,-nd
every aimnnon a paio to me eom'orl and aooommoda
don ef paengra. Aa they proceed direct to LONDON.
BRRY, the great risk and delay of celling at St. Jobs'
avoided.
Olaarow vaawsngiri ar rurrilahad with rasa baaag
tlckeu to and froa Londonderry. ' '
Raiara Uokeia gr tad at redaoed ata. t .. '
OntlScataa knaed for aarrylog to and bringing oat pa,
en fir froa all the principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at redaoad rata, by thl lino of (teamen, and
ay the WASHINGTON LIS It Of BAILING PAORBTB,
BTing Llrerpool every week. :., 1
Uyht Draft far 1 kbA ripwardl pay-
- aUBl4)la EBRlaaa. Bralande Sct
laaa ar Wau.
Por
WA
' paaaaga.
apply at the Office. 8 BROADa
v.
a w. aw swam - XV
,L.-; 1 ' f.-.l-r-' "V, i
', , BABJET A BllaJtLX, firaaral agnts,
0fjo-v J. n. ARMSTRONC,
tteliVlylAu ,-xi Post Offlot, Oolaabna, Ohio:1
ia .1
Co-Partufirflhln 3 J
I If ATP) THIS) OAT ADMITTED FIT
aoa JAMBS ADOS-BRAIN aa partner In my bnei
seea, which will hog after be conducted cinder th Bra
f Bala A Boa. P. PAIN. Btf itenth 11 lab Bt. .
Oeiuabaa, Feb 15, 1881. I febl
HaUtHY KfGIlUB, I
we
riart T rajLloa-v MobH.hmenl, N. Pxrlatoo,
tho Pew vers: FiatiitnoAbie Shaving, Bair Cnttiaai
Bhaapeoaiag, variingand DreaelngaalMa, BaatBtat
Street, vr th Poet Oioa, where eatlafaottaa wUl
. iS..rl!!-i.!."D!!l..''ri0,u t"b.. Udis
ZlrZlZTT "t'r" f9 " Upbeat tljl,wi
If
4
Summer Arrangement
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
.-. .!:
Tor Ciaciiuiati, Dytoa tk IndiaaapolliI
i i )' : : w ...-at;
Through to ladianaooli wi thoat Change of Cars ,
1 1 and bat On Change bf Cartbetween'J, j .
u, . VU'urouuf P,fllua,
Fou r Trains Idaily Ixpm " Cotumbus.
.1 j-. ; FIR8T TRAIN". ' ' !
ACOOMMODATIOrT at S a. m.', stopping at all tbv
uon between Colnaon and Ornonnatl and Dayton, ar-
n Colnaon and Ornomnatl and Dayton, ar-
nwiog a
Incrnnet at 100 a. w 4 and at barton at
8 lu ' b.i connecUig at Day top -tor .Indianapolis tad
the West. i
,.','. ... SECOND, TRAIN.. ,ia ;
No. 1 BXPBE98 al 11.40. a., etopplngal Jeffaraon,
London, Cbarletoo, Oedarvlile, Xtnla, Bprlog Valley,
Corwln, free poll. Part Aoetent. Morrow Bt., Lebanon,
Poetera, Love land and atllferd, ritrtag at Cincinnati
at 4 30 p. a.. Peyton at B. 46 p. B.,eenoeetlnwltb.tk
Ohla and UliaUeippt Railroad for Loukwtlle, Ky., la
eeone. Cairo, 8U Loni. NcwOrleaoa, eto.: at Dayton
for Indlanapelle, Lafayette, Terra Haute, Chicago and
aU Westers point. , i . .i -
' 1 ' THIRD TRAIN. ' .1!
HAIL at t.10 p. a , (topping at all titloni between
Oolumbn and Xnla,and at Bprlng Valley, Corwin,
Morrow and Lore land, arriving at Oindonatl at I a. a.
... , FOURTH TRAIN." '" 1 ' 1
NIGHT IIPRBsJ, via Dayton, at 12 00 mtd'nT'du,
J topping at London. Xania, Dayton, Mlddletowa and
laullton. arriving at Uinoinnatl at 5.44 a. m. at Day
ton at J.Ha. ni.; conneollog at Cincinnati with tho
Ohio and atlrtlnlppi Railroad lor Lonltville. Iranevllle,
Vlnotnnee, Oalro, Bt. Louie.. Manphl, New Orlean,.
and all polnu Boalh and Bcuth-weetj alao. at Daycan
for Indltnapolli, Lafaystt, Terr Haute, Chicago, ot.
' : M od i
ILr Per farther Infonnatlen sad Throngh Tlok t,
apply to M. L. DOHEUIT. Ticket aient. Union DauaL
ilolnmbnr,
P. W. BTRADBR, " ,
Oeneral Ticket Agent, Olncnaatfi
4U0.W.DOHRRTT, Vuii ;
. ,:; ; i AirtnLCelnabaaiJ
.0 K. W. WOODWARD, .-: W
Bunarintanilan Clalanatl.
Colombo, Jaly 14, 1801 .,' '
. . i , i .I. .. ;.' : I - ' i, .1
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville' Short Line
RAILROADS
RAILROADS COMBINED!
' C0NNICT1N0 AT BELLAIRI WITH XQR
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
- . . ADD AT PITTSBURGn WITH TBB '
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL'
EAILEOAD:;;;
... l;' :' '. BOBatiNo ma .. i., --, ., . ,
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
. , Route to all Eastern Cities ! -r-
, Train Leave Columbus as follows r-'
MORNINfl IXPRCRB ' a
Leave Colunibn I 31 A. M. from Union Drpot. Via
wellalra or bieubenwl le ; errlreeal Brllalre, 10. W A
M Bteatonvllte. 111.80 P. M.: PItabnrah.S 40 P. M.
Harrlahurg, 1. 10 A. M..- out Alls town, arrWea at Maw
Pork B OO A. M.) via PAilaUttM,!. arrives at'Phlla
deluhla. 6.10 A. M.I New fork. 10 30 A. M." Oonnecte
alao at Ilarrlabarg lor BalllaMre, ar living at T.4J A. M
fileeping Can attached to thii Train
Praia Oolaabas, rnn directly throagh sir Bellelr er
riiuonrgn wimoat change; aad Pungrs vut AMBB
town arrive In New Tork at 8 A. M . ,
IDTW0 HOURS IN ADTANCB OP N0RTDXRN
.. . ..i - , LINRd. .n" '' -
. t iii I
This Train also connect at Bellaire with the
, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. . ,. v '-
1 t:. a I fiTMBUBaB RXfRSsa. Hi ' " -
Leave Colaabn II SA A At , froa Union Depot, Ola
nteubonvllle; arrlveaat Newark. U SO P. M.fCoehoei
loo,. 15 P. M.; dteubenvllle, P. M.; Pltuborg, B-40
r a' ii rinia ia iiieoniy mnie nv wnicn raaaenrera
eaa leav ClnolnnaU at T A. M., go throngh to Pitts
burgh U daylight, without change of cars or delay.
PA8I LINR. 'n! r, : .t
Leavee Oolnobn t.U P. M., from Union Depot Ma
Rellalre: arrive at Newark. 3.03 P. M I Zanearlll.
33 P. M : Bellaire 1 .iS P. M.i Plu.hurah. li.fis P.
M.J Harrlebarg, 0.00 A. M.I rid AUtntonm. arrive
at New Tork, 4 P. at.t ela PkiladdvMa. arrlvea
Pblladeluhis, 1.10 P. M.tNew York. P. M.' Thra
Trala alao eonnact at Uarrlabnrg ler Baltimore, ar
rlvlog ai If. M. .. . , ...
Xhia Train ran throngh to Bellalr or Plttiburi with
out ehang of Car; and from Plttaburg there I no
change of Car to Philadelphia, or via Allentowa to
Hew xora thus oneilog . ,t ; ,.! :-i
The ocly Root from Colnmbng to Baltimore,
PhUadelphla, or New Yovk. Wltn ooly
' u .1. ) ..! , on change of Car.,lt" ' ' i"v
. .. i i -y On' ! S 'JIli
By ChlaT Train Paaaenrer arrive in New Toik Bra
hour In advanoa of the Northern llnoe.
Thla Train alas eonnocto at Bellaire with the Baltimore.
and Ohio R.R. , -.uj il-on.u t it . I""
CiTThls Route h 10 mile shorter to pTtiabu'rjr,
and moro than 100 miles shorter to
. Nw York, than Northern, liiue. '-,
Bagg-ago Checked Throngh to all im
( . . i - A8K POBTTOIITS TfA, ul
( BELLAIRE OR 8TEUBENVILLE. X
Ticket Good arsr eltnr Uoate.M
! "l 1 -'' T .
... Va JNO. W, PR0WH, n oi
, Gen. Ticket AgtBt Central Ohio R. S
''B-l '-. ' I. A. llfJTCniNSON,. ,
1 -o .w OeK Ticket AgelBteubirvill Short Lin.
J1S , t .w.'tKti. 4iy . tuii .'
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tjOlaVnBTJtf. OlUUj,, m b.'ii
AGR1CUITU1U1WEH0USE
And Sood,Stpro; 7,
it i
.'. ., . . NaULRR IN, d vii ei
GENERAL . HARD V ARE,
i : NAIL OXA8B, 8A8B, PUTTt; J0&HA0
Can, Pistol. Waaddk Willow .Wara,
ktheraajd Babbtr BeUina, In JUauvay. Bea B
1 T. 'I tf
goods. - V; 0 -
Kaaalllaa la Hal Ob. J aaIW:
- 1 . .: ., u ,Braandan6olni"?''it '
Rabreldered Pocket lladkiiBleBj
I
Paris KU Olove. Mrir siakaw, .,(,,,.t fcw
Ocldea Hill Shirts, various style. .
aWOaiawuiuBMu. aw '"J !' uikJOM
-Driving aad dtreet wlevea, ; v"-. U tibaai
i lla I rinib ul llaiulb 1 1 1 hlafs laikms Mjlaaa UI t
Half Hoe and Under Garmente, . . . k i i
. - BAIN It 801T,
prill n. it,, -' ' No. 19 Soata High street-'
, 'it
SOMETHING, NEW.
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HOWARDfiiai-8.
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AVlt AT NO. 83 iOTJTU flllf ST.V
aua aaaain oura; waaau ?o 3n,nrt A
AMERICAN 'WATCHES.." a"" j
Bianofaetaraday l. HOWARD A CO Boston, ilaat.
Thee Wkteheear far aaperlar to anything ever effewd
ta th aablta, bratere Bavin ta aaoiarlve uener.
I eanaellthaaal prices t aaitLa taaaa.1 l Aavalaat
jKxivtu a largw ioa oi i,, fll 1SB
''15 1 :n AMERICAN WATCIIE. lt.':rV
awtoraatarad r APPtl rON, TRIOt,' A CO f
it i t
agaT O " ' ,u u m. ...
aaa nn awk raafaa,' 41 ta-HaviiJo""'
"EJIfi
wau am, awn aoc ajivui,,.
fa (Mid and llhrer Cur
ueiLat Panic prices"
'W. J. lATi
iou o.-j a ' 'a1
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8ATAG1,
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Love's Future Foreshadowed.
BY FLORENCE PERRY.
How strange It will iov 1
how etrang when w (wo
Shall ha ahalall I i...
Too thonghtleae of at, and f carelew of you-
vlir net name arcwa ...i. i. k ...
A-i llfi?h! W- nTeled-n ''"and worn through,
,' And Hts'a loca tefl eapt-. hhnnl
eeipty ah huml
.lAWl) 4!?! I 1 'f
Uow Strang it wlllbel
i
How etrangeltwlll be when th witchery goea,
Wbloh aake ae seta lovely to day; !
Wheo yourthoaght of ae leara Iraooajaiwda roia-.
when very day eervee aon new fault to dlacleae
Wbn you find I've end eye and an every day no. 3
And wndr yon aonld for a moment Mpnoe . t
I wa out of tbdeoamon place way
"-Aci (. i" .Ik, at, . i . 'ii .--i.';
,:! . .v.iun u ..HwstfsoaeU wlUbsl
11 wi,i!"lnt ' "J" to' lo'-''0 '! when w meet
.. Iu. Jus, .uui s CD,, ioucn or tus haodl
When ay pnlee no loagtrdeiightfully beat
At th thought of your ooalnr, the aeand -of done feet-
wnen I waich not yonr going, far down the long atreea-w
.....,..u,,l1,,iW 10 tnriuingly iweet.
Grow harih In reproach or eoanaad
Ah, me. , , i-;; A ! t
" v A. rtfo,r'"nfert will eel i
How tranra It will be, when w willingly stay J . " '
Divlded-the weary day thronghl - i
Or, getting remotely apart aa w may, c . . .1
Biteblllrand allenL with natk:n. ..1... . ..
Or eoldly eon vera on th nw of the dav l ' '
w aiarrien roik sort of a way: ,
I ahrluk from the picture den't you) ' '
' Ah, me, .' . .i it .j
ilow strange it wiU bl I
Dearlov. If our har)s'd grow turbid and bid,' "I'V1
As SO Banv haaru hawa dona , .. .' ' r:
If wo let our lovt peilah with hunger aad oold-.
If w dim all llf', diamond and tarniah lis gold
'Twill be strangeat of all ibing that ever were told
A happening under th aunl . -i ..
Al wcuna in Bin WraTrlarl and la
Ah, me,.,'; , . .
Uow strange it wiiJ
[From the New York
A Fail in the Alps---A French Baroness
Killed.
Dear Mb. T. As ycu are . aa old Aipine
traveler, and as you doubtless remember well
the scene of a fearful casualty, o( wblch I regret
tossy, I was an eve-witntai. I will atumm tn
describe it to you, although I am endeavor
ing to banish the sad scene from mi recollec
tion.. ' . , .. , . ;
Oa Saturday, in company with a jouoi? Ecg
lisbmao, I started from th little ion of Scbwar
eobach fr th Gemml Pass, having sent back
our horses to Kandersteg, where we slept the
p.avouiug uigui. i me morning was very
oloudv aud disaerMabl. and there araa war
little prospect ot pleasure from the trip; bat we
were bot disposed to grumble, because up to
this time we had been particularly favored with
tue weather at every point In fact, we had en-
jojeu uajs as clear sod cloudless as we wereao-
cuatomea to in America. ,,.:
About one hour from our startinrr' noint fdia.
tail here, a you are aware, are known a in
th Etet by hours and sot by mil;, oa a steep
uu uauuw luru ui iuo precipitous downward
path, the mule which carried tbe unfortunate
French lady stumbled on tbe near fore leg,
throwing; her clean out of tbe saddle; and as
there was do parapet wall or railiog, and the
poor creature made no nseof tbe reins, she pitch-
iu rigu. uwer wi precipice, joeiore ner detract
ed huaband, who was rldiog Immediately behind
her, oould dismount, her Hleleee and mangled
form bad rested some one hundred and fifty let
beoeatb, bavlog passed over the first edg be
low us, on which the xigiaz Dtth was traced.
and been stopped by chance on the second.
Tbe whole terrible affair was tbe-work I am
quits sure, or less than half a minute ;r
i Ia great sfiiioiions we hrve reason, some
times, to be thankful for slieht mitiB-atinoir.
tomstarrces; and thus It was! felt grateful that
toe poor nutDana, wnen do descended, was un
able to see his poor wife's face, mangled as it
most have been. It teemed as though fat bad
spared him that additional shock; for tbe body
-and head psrlicalarlv was wrarmed no in thn
sbrabs aad bathe as by a careful band. The
feet arena indicated tho presence of a eorne.'-
I will not attempt to describe :tb, agony and
Mcepair ui in nniuriunate gentleman. All el
firt to soothe him were' iu vain. He was Bp
pareotly a man of six aod twenty years a Bir-
on 1 ; i ,-. ."r- a. ii- 'i .
l The muleteer, at the time tb accident as.
cbrred, was on tbe off side, which at this spot
was next tbe inner wall of rock, so that he could
not. io such a catastrophe of a moment, be of
apt. iso, , I attached great blsme to him for not
being between th mule and the edge of the
pteoipice. In wblob case be woeld have grasped
tbe poor lady as she fell.' It' muet.be borne ia
mind, however, that With the' curves that here
are frequent, bis position B "to lha dans-arnna
side of the road changes ( that ig to say, in tbe
next, curve ae woumi mvw Dsen ID toe proper
plaoe.'tbA preolnioe side of tbe oath. 4 Thrtea
driver, bVer, to aty thlnklng,do not attach
suffieient imartaoee to thet necessity of tb
bad at the animal being heldj ih fact, as yon
wblf know) they prof er to Uk Bold bf the ani
mal a ull, aoA be helped 'Bloag -themselves by
that irioaial i" ' v b.a au la:.i . .o., .
tWtiatAlearfal vrn that Gemrhi' N! Aft
gtitioc; to the hotel at Leak, I tamed to Mur.'
ray iUad book, and here ts what I said ot it;
m.i,0o fTha traveler finds himself on the
brisk of a pteip1o Irom which a plumb Hue
mightoe thrown Into tbe Valley below nearly
l($.000ii,)moetwlthont toachlug the rock,'
iq vtiel are lu sides. It Is principal ly upon
the Ueee f a (Htttresr of this vast wall, that
ooef tDsat g!tarrrdmvvof all the Alplo
ruade, const rncted In 1736-4f by a party of Ty
Tose ha been -earfted. 4 It klsxart have
beeaeery iagfenloasty-contrived,' for lo many
place th rock overhAng the path, end aa up
per I projects further "out- thari' the 'one
in mediately below Is. --If vtries lu width from
three to five fet, is bordered ai the side )j a
dry. walVoi lliog,' and Is practicable for
mul;t Tkerd it no danger fit tV; and tbe (er
rors hate vanished or late before lmprovemeats
eqd batuttrades at the side. It ia not pleasant
to ride dewut bat on most of the passe 'there
are piece quite as alarming to weak' nerves. "
Tnreb ne daoeef In it." savs the irnMa:
book, In ttalicdi mind, a6d also, 'it I not pleas
ant ta Hdeflowa.'' Indeed I How Will the writer
rowiktte aaWvMhm with the terrible fact of
thiAeejcidewtl Ho the "terrors Vanished be-"
fo balustrade rL' The fac.l that there are to
"balustrades" or "dry walla" on tb oath, and
th only thing in the way oi proteotioa that I
ty on tba pass, was her And thre a bit of rail
log, a dclen leet Mng,v at pointd prtioularlf
frifhtful, but the railiua .' wa not of suQkiaut
streoelh to resist a fall unon it of beaat or nan. I
me compiler or tue door may argue thai the
isay ooum do tnrown, over a "drywaU',' ot
''balustrade" of ordinary beighij buihow oould
a'body in its descent from ooroa,ii toll over
the "dry wall" or 'balutraaV ot. another, if
turf was one? Sdrely, tne author xquld sever
have been over the pass; andb may have got
his Information from the keepers of hotels at
eiuieraiuooi ui uaimi. . . i, - (.,
" This fearful accident wea folUwarl Kw a
lent rain and hall storm, Which aided in making
ingKcoeiiii u mouutau aia most memora
bl to tbe few person on, it. ,.Tb rain aod bail
oor washed th blood, from the ptth.Aod tb
Aipa ui cwtiseriana are now fre Irom sore,
aad await a new, victim of Imprudence of on
.
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S. J. A.
Geneva. August 4.
. To, tha. above, mslancholy Jiitl- talf
thlea we Sad no mention in .Eoelish naners
down" to the 7th tnst is (o be added another
retaarkabl but- less fatal aeddant that occur
red raeeatly to o of aa Cogliah Bartf attempt-'
lug the ascent of Mount, Blase from- St. ir
vit. n slipped down a slop oi froaen snow
hhoul 1500 feet dceo.And waosevsrslv shak
en end excoriated, that, wben resoveved n4 oat-'T
rltd back with great difficulty .( St. Uarvaisa
hi lit appord to b in danger. .He U, fee)
ever, reported oocvalcnt. iVde, Alt.
[From the London Shipping and Commercial List.]
[From the London Shipping and Commercial List.] England will not go to War with the
[From the London Shipping and Commercial List.] England will not go to War with the United States.
Duflne the cemDaratlvelv ihartnavinH whir-l
baa ipterreoed' sine the initiatory atepsof seV
ceeSion Wdre taken by South Ca'rollua, the pur,
lie have prUdically been -Mgaled 'whh diseertj.
atioo from this, tht, Red the other oo. on the
strong probabilities that, the dots. tio pglitiani
troubles In wblch th country ha become in
volved' must evefctuatrMa War with Great
Britain, if sot with - France lov owlog to th.
itci mat oommrclaijateroouseBast becao(
sidered, interrupted, and the material interest
of those countries greatly suffer in consequence.
It ha frequently been given oat that Great
Briuin wbich, tbe first Commercial Power
in the O d World, will suffer far more than eay
other nation will be governed in ber action, as
rrgarua vue vuucu oiatea, w Dolly by Xi.Urett,
aod thatlo eaee H shall seem to her interest t
break thei blookada, or- otherwiae become em
broiled lu s quarrel with tbia eoanlrva-aba u
not hesitate to do it, or. at least, to attentat ta
do it'. Bat, accepting self Interest at tbe govt
erninr maxim of that nation, and.' eouae-
queoc, th basis of all commercial intereoureq
with other couutries, uoi, we fail to discover
any likelihood of an abrupt termination of tbe
friendly relatione, now existine between Eocland
and tbe United Stateavi". jjii -- - ,,,ar
. There can bt no doubt that much ill-feeling
has been engendered in tbe publio mind bv the
leading press Of both Countries, vet all fears of
an interruption of the friendly relations main
tained by th respeottve Government have
their. origin in the belief-rocoesioned bv tbe
oft-repeated assertlod from sundry quarters
inas "cogiana must nave a supply of couoo."
Thigi belief is nowber 'slroneer tban In th
soathern Butes, and ltmsy be Bald with troth
that tbe whole secession movement .baa been
earned forward under this mistaken conviction.
But conceding even this, yet We fall to discern
any last grounds of apprehension. England's
proclamation of neutrality will prevent ber from
tsaing sioes wuni euner tne united State er
tbe eo-cailed Confederate States, even should
she become possessed with a desire to do so;
and though every loom end spindle in Manches
ter ana an otner manutacluring districts f tb
United Kingdom b oompelled to stand still, and
tb unemployed operatives be compelled to look
their Government for support, wethiok there
bug Jittl probability that war will ensue be
tween these two - groat commercial nations
provided tbe blockade which ha been establish
ed all along tb southern coast be made thor
oughly aad unmistakably efficient. ' Beeides, it
is notorious that tbe British people are decided
ly averse to a war with tbe United Stales under
whatever pretext, and that Ibeir sympathies, at
regards the rebellion, are with tbe National
Uovernment, Moreover, tbe tact is patent that
tbe interest of England i in a continuance oi
peace, and we are aot prepared to believe that
all the great interests of that nation are to be
made subservieut to tbe "cotton" interest, bv
any means; But, granting even that "cotton it
king' and that it will exert a controlling la
flutuce with tbe British Government, yt still
wa cannot see any cause for anticipating: trouble
other than that arising out of a crippled coin
mere ana a aepressaa ana restricted trade. ,
The "stock of cotton in Liverpool on July 1,
wag 1,000,000 bales, of which 8G6.000 was
American, while th amount at sea. destined
for that port, was 109 000 bales from America,
and atu UUU bale fmra Bombay, makioR a
grand total of 1.579,000 bales The averane
consumption or All kinds, for 18G0, wa 43,139
bates ner week. Tbe sunnlr on hsnd and at
sea cannot therefore be consumed before next
spring, by which time tha shipments irom other
countries, of the Dresent vear'a cron. it is ex
pected, will show a vast Increase over that of
any previous year, so that a considerable nan
or tne denciercy in toe receipts irom tbe Uaited
Btatea will be made good Irom other and new
Sources.'. The powerful stimulus wnica the se
cession movement lent to cottou-crowina in
various sections of the Old World, as well as
tn tho West Iudies and South America, will
therefore have a most deleterious effect on that
great interest of tbe Southern 8ttte: which
forms tbe prime element of their wealth aod
power, even though tbe war b brought to a
speedy termination, .while, in cat it continues
for three or four years, it is moral ly certain
that it will be almost wholly annihilated. Ia
any , case, xottoo-growmg ia tbe.Uuited States
has received a blow from which H 04 o never
recover,' for,, with a view of procuruiaT a full
supply wholly Independent ol th Uaited States,
our 1 principal customers, th British manufac
turers, bave caused to.be planted hundred af
acres in various sections ol lb world, ia many
wnicn tne plant t looigtoous, which, with
British energy and enterprise, matt oon be
trebled end quadrupled, aod every additional
bale cultivated elsewhere of course depreciate
tbe value and importance of that raised here. , .
We think, therefore, that, DotwitbstandinB
the fact that interest and self-aggrandisement
may constitute the chief aims ! tbe British
nation, war ,wi,ih . 'the United States is of all
things least deeirtble, as it would undoubtedly
prove tbe most unprofitable. British trade with
this country ..during th last decade, has enrich
ed that nation to the extent ofhandreds of mil
lions, vastly more than that of any other ooun
tryV aod as 'that trade, io case of a disruption
amleabt reItWni woold terminate,- self-in-tercet,'
it nothing elsev would undoubtedly in
daca ber to shun war a the moas deatructiy oi
all agencies. Grave diplomatio question may.
aad doubtless trill arise between tbe two coun
tries during the progress of tbe wsr, especially
It proves to- be a ptotf acted on but, that
thev will be amicably, Deacefullv. and satis
factorily aeillwlj-w ahieJuber can belittle
doubt. .si' i tiiit last t
-TT. " "
. , . .
Sound Sentiment. The N. Y. Timet says,
"W oaonot Insist to Mrenc'y oa tbe absolute
noity of branding every man woo instigates
mob a an enemy of tbe publio peace, aud the
worst Toe or our Republican Union. We are
waging w waf for the preservation of 'tbe Con
stitution: if .We) eaoeeedV-eor Victory will, b
horn of.half it glaryod f U it value by a
resort to measures , nosttie to, toe spirit and let
ter of the Constitution', and at war with the ex
istence of any government, 'under which free
shea oonsent.to.liv." ': ;-. its -i
Aq intelligent and resolute adhereace to sen
timents like these, oa the part of the communl-.
ty, is Ihdispensable to the semblanoe ol any
thing like free institution.-'! And the principle'
ot precisely th am application to all illeoml
and arbitrary acta, by th officers of tha Govern
moot, as well aa by a, mob. Neither are con
sistent with rational liberty, and will be equally
JlsodusteoBBCed by all right-minded men, who
know there eta be a liberty whioh to not regn
fated by and subject to law. Basis Ctrtr. ;,
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERHSEY'S DALM
it
a .vat,, apitiwi a. a BaVflBailtB'-q
RErTIOVKf1AITuV 'PKBVE1VTS "I tt
iBaaaattoa and pain, and Aeala the wont born,
id, bruise, out r trash waand af any ktant, pWeaB
twelling and pain Irom bea aUnga, aoiau Mkeaad
potaonona pianta, nenraivia, rheuautiaui, ague la tb
hneeb, aatt rheuat, etew Vihrn uken Internally, It will
pootilveiy cure erattp as aalldrea, aad giver Inuoediate
relief tn tb wonteaae ef tkl Mrrtble complaint; alas,
removes hoaraenee and ort throat. , Prioa.ili aant
kottlo. Bho Id be In eve ijhoate.' f or ale by Drug.
gisuaaaBtorvaMepere. - 1 '' IRV IN tiTON ,
... floie Prprwtor,M i .lapruee at., . w Jom1-1 '
eoHditwiiiiSk,,,,,, , ...j ,( a...iiB nit -j.u.
'"'He real Jus tic eaa be don th aaoupTsparaUeaa
bcrt by procuring and reeding descripttv paatpnieiM
found wha all dealers, or will be tent by proprietor
oaaeaainai yoraaiaraD rnai trauiea sent to rhyl
olana, h. Will Bad atveaBMaa I both wefthy-thek
aoceptanee and approval., . 1 ,. , . ,ri Jivyifc ': r -
uarmponaence annciiea irom ail Wnoae aanaaaltlea at
enrieetty prtnnpte to a trial of tha above reliable. itoM
dtra.i -wi airtlii.-ifcit. l-'i ' rii."",,
Por nl by tb ctwavt wrhubmlb and tal) deala
avaiywasnu ft , ...l-hlit I Ja,.i-i,,t 0,1.1 ;i.a i 7
JOim XV UfJHKEWILLi Ptf Itfd -
1 rL-aBratV ikil rak.aiiinrniff. i''i"
4 CommereUl "WTiarf, Joswa, Kas.' ? ,
Robirla k Saattel.N. B. Marple.1. R,.Cauk.J. H.
Dealg, a. Denlg A Bona, A. J . Brhueller A Bon. Aventa
we miwiaiaa, vmoe ' - - - - 1 mi 1-01 y
A. .iii.ai. al . n if ia ii
nennnTi giHiuiitins tabi;and
' BAIN BON,
sprllS . , Na MBoathUlah stmt,
,
4 .. ii !j"i V.!
HUIWEWELL15 '
UNVER3AL
rr ;"'i,,C0IJGHItElIEDY.
Ul ftlili'Iaillf. .1..' iUlOll
irrfJt,', ,ln"' ". 1b
Boat perfect remit, Waaona Cooom, Osmomo ana
Con hob Ooooaa, Baoaomaa, an Tbboat Coanine.
alwaya fort-aiMfS f Coiaaaptkm. It. Boerwnw
Svaorlt baa no tuparlor. tread froa all Opiate or
Baetlo propertlea, may be aaed by meat doikatta e aoatli
tatlona, and with perfect confidence.
CELEBRATED
ItOLtJAKODtNE.
Taa OstaTawr hTa-roi tat. Otiat ever offered to the
world, containing not a particle ef Opium, aor any sub
ataoc but It etrletly vegetabl and aedlcal propertlea.
A ear Remedy for Natnuiavu, RHaoau-rteai, Soot,
Toon aan Ran Achb, Oavaaaa, Roa oa Uavv fsvaa,
and all alnor NorenaaOemplKtaiar - - '
f oa Loa or Butaw, and lleadach In an im varieties,
It ha ao equal, and to which aoet andoBbted taatmoni
al are offered. r . -s. i
f oa DaLiaioat Taaarna It Is a most perfect remedy.
f ob Bowbl OoMPLaina after removing the pain It acts
aa a phyeta, a Boat unportaat oontraet with th conatipa
lory effect of Opium. . .
To Pbyaielana, Pormalaa and Trial Bottle will be aenl,
and to Dealer or Invalid sdeecrlpUve pamphlet without
"poetage-atamp. , .
Prepared under th special tupervlaioa of
. JOHN t. HVNNEWELL,,
omuinrra i raaaautB ner,
Vo 9 Commsrelal Wharf, Boston, Kata
To whoa pleaa direct all onaaBaloatloa.
Price Larg Cough Remedy, W cents per botth).
Small "... 3S
Tola Anodyne, ' SO . "
for ml by th uual WAD locale and retail dealer,
everywhere.
ROBE UTS A 81km, ' ' N. B. MARPR,
JOHN R. COOK. m i -. I. Mi DRNIO,
O. DENIQ A BON8, 'J ' A. . ROHURtLKR A SON,
may17-wly ,v AfeoUfor Columbus. Ohio.
STON!SJAZAAK.
-N"o. 4z Glviine Bkx k.
A. P. STONE & O'HAKRA
ABE NOW HECeiVINBTHKIil Wgf,.
TER GOODS and luvtt the public to inapci-t
them. Noauch atoefcof ihda baa aver bee nbronabt to
thla markrt. Th Booth,, hi eonequnc of tha failure
af tha gral crop, has not been able ta porchaa the us
ual quantity of rfchgoode, and thla fact ha forced Die
Importer ta aell them at pnblle aaeiion. Onr buyer
(Mr. Stone) being la New fork at tbeee lergaaala, took
advantage of tbam, and we can and will aell oar goo.ie
here, at lea lhan'any one who purchased two weeke einee.
paid for them io New Pot. Oar Mock I oomplet In
very department of
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILK3, ' ' '
, OTTOMAN VELOURS, . . ,
. BROCHE VALENCIA3, -
PRINTED MERINOS,
( : -v.'t. - PRINTED COBVRGS,
" - DYED COBTJGSt
BLACK ALPACAS, .
i .ORLEANS,
; FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
1 ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS. PRINTS,
; 1 DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
'.Kve Thailand. Dolkrajorth ;.
Bought in One Day,
LADIES FURS,
! ; HOSIERY ' DEPARTMENT.
Men's) Ladle and Children's Under Shirt and Dmwera:
Ladlee, Miaaee and OhiHren'a Hoswry of all kind. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined aud OottonQlovea
of every make. j
' " " " J ", "f ALSO
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of , ..ii, V": "
LADIES' CLOTHS,
! ....... , CASSIMERE3, - - .
' OVERCOATINGS,
' x'"' '" TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
r.
1
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS, '
idles and Gent s Linen Cambric Hand.
kerchiefs, &c, &c.
To beratm who call on a., wa nialMi luirmmi. ,
he tbea tba torgaet, beat and aaeapeat etook of Oeoili
ever
seeo in inis marsei, or pay tbam ana dallar m
hoar while looking,
oal-duxtavitw.
i- 8T0N it O'HARRA. ("
NEW
-. i -.-a.
ARRIVALS
Spring &-
Summer !' Millinery,
The Stock Iljplnihea ,
ODAILY "
FROH IiATBST irtlPORTATIONS or
' I MT STOCK Of i '.;,!.. . ..-
Spring & Sranxner MilUnery
i Is bow oompleta, eomptJalnf every variety of Mllln
erf : also', larg aatortmeni of ImbroidtAes, Hoaiery
and NetiDi fx.-, and la qnantttiai and prices that can
aot Sail lo sail all wh aay favor as with a Call. The
goods ban keea beagktat Panic price, and will be (old
atafrnutUadrsnoaoeowl.., , ' r.r-..;:. ' '
.:i i:
,.i .'
Mies 5 E. YOUNQ, late of New Tork City.
will superintend th Mlllltery Sepeatvawt. Bet long
exferience la tb moat Paabltnabl Eatabllahaent In
Braadway wHl alone be a warranty that aba will be able
ta glv emtr atltfaetlon la Batters of iast to all who
mayntvor bar with thelrorder.' "'
th Ladle f Coluabaaaad vldnltr will t1cm ar
eapt my sinosr thanks for thals, tlbral patronage, sad
I Would respectfully eoUclla eoptlnuanee ef th aam.
68 Eaet Tawa St., Calsmbat, O. '
maifR 'oarrTCNDRif' . . '. Bt.tsr r. OHirruioKd
. S.' t H. T. CHITTENDEN
, , 1 .i. W ' ATTORNTB AT LAW.
i V
' ny Ofllott. 8 P9 Broadway New Tork City, sod
Pab' BomaNW, Oolaaba, Ohio. """
jrjOarenlaAtphtaidteOall - X
pritiWBa., ,!,!.-..... i a i.) t -. . y, : !
,.;'BtItiBioire Clothing Honstv
UurnraCTraa aap Waousata paaueu m
M'
READFMADE CLOTHING;
2 1 No., ii03 W, 0yUmorvl3v3ot, . -
" ' in'' l"T,r"m tteaiTt Aa aowa,) A
'f ! ' . '., BAliTIMOBEt .d , i
. ,""," '. '- ," .,
i Large Assortmeut of Pi Bad Parnlsbin ,
:H! 9od Constantly a Baod
OotSSUly- r..w .'Ai- :r. -
4 R A QL B R A SS WORKS,
b Oetraer ffttrifef or Watdr teM '
ColtJLCaat-xijn., Olalo.
W.-B.') POTTO h a CO.,
MAOTTTNIOTa,
in MannraeturiiiV ot.rlraaa and Oompoeitioa Casting
,.Jt,.SialabrBr-W-faf aHlwaertpUoma.
Elceiri
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