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,..,. AND NOTARY PIJBUC. , .j j
..Jdlaa-aieoe 8iUldlnrpjoattlC4pltorlWuar;':J 1
-oonMBna.-onio;
Attorney & Couosellor at law.
MARION.OHIO. " '
uacoine Mannfacturine ComnanT
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fry
' .. MalTOFaOjTBZM 0F
STEAM ENGINES &. BOILERS,
Outings, KlU-3riaf, Xaahlntry.
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1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'T
RAILROAD.
ConneetlncatOreitUoe with the PtWBDrjROIl, FT,
WAYNX k CD 10 AGO RAILROAD 1
ror ruuourg, rwadtlpMn and BaUimora, Alio
for Fart Wat "' UUcoao.
Oonneetlnf at Olerelend wllh the LAKJi 8II0RS SAIL
1 - " ' 1 ' ttna
PenrDuaiklrk, Hnffalo, Albanr. Dei'
ton, and Haw tork. -i.
' THREE TRAINS DAILY;.;''
' ' XX0EPT 8TJNDAT, ', ". !'
from Columbtn, to eonoeotloo wllh IralDeea the .
tilTTliE ni Alfll AltO COirnDfJ)
AND JttltlA lUUKQADN.
IH8I TRAIN.
NIGHT XXPRI3B.-Uai Oolombni at 3.40 A. U 1
will lear peuenere at all autieu aoatb of Oelion,
top el Delaware, Ashley, Oafdiogton and Ollrad, and
at ellaUtloai north of Oalien, arrtrlng at Olereland
at 9: OUA. Dnnklrkl;00 ti M , Budilo 4:35 f. M.
Albany S.0 A. M.. Mew Yorm 8.35 A. M., Boeton 9:30
,,:.M;,,T!lt.ub2.r7i.Tl1 Oiaetltoa 3:80 P. H , Philadel
phia 1:10 A. at. Chicago yle CreetHne at 71)0 P. al.
t" BBC6NDIKAIN. V
NIW YORK SXl'RES Lr.ree Colnraboe at ll:lu
a.m. Will itup eiLewia Centre, (for Hliita Sulphur
Jprtf p), Dlwr CardlrgtoB, Uallon Cr.illUie,hel
by, Hew London, WeUinnioa and Omfton, arrlre at
Clereland at 3 3$ p. ta. Datikirk, tM p. m.i Bnf
ble, M-.vi p. b j albiny, M:a. B.;NtwloiV, l:4t
S'. ai.l Ilceton, 4:40 p. oi. Thle Train ooiinect. at Shel
y for aandoiky, and at eiafton for Toledo, arriving at
Toleat:40p. m. , v .
i : THIRO TBACT. , ' . '
MAIL AND AOOOUMODATION-rLearee Ooludbm
at .;0 p. m. Will eo-at all ilatione Bonih Vof
-ihell y, and at Meef Iraadon, iVellloirton, Ararton,
andifr; arrlTln at ulevelend f-30 p. m i Dan
klrk.!i:We. m.; b.iiulo, 3S0a. m.; Albany, Sin p. m.;
7:','a p m.j Boeton, H:4p B.t tttiurti,
Wa0r.1ii,.aill:SJp. m. PhlMel,,hla, 1:00 prm.,
Cateate, eta OreMUoe, esefi a, b..- Th Train
u&lf?k' nai,ole'.rrlrtui.
Ptt-Binf Cirt' ari 'pi 'ail
TiaLn to Chicago, t
Saggat Ct Thrtmth to Ve ' Tori and Xott'on
via 0r4lan lUu, to i'MUdMaami
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AaiiiodUoBxprtB frrlvai at)oliiBbni at 7 1
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ny-eeny einer UDIIIWt
for TulaHwUCtmilimiH ' Clnikni:"
(..ittu.- eli 'Tietendewf.OleTtliina.Wo.''1
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1 M'.H!r.-..CH.k oHEEir-atfa; mjifjit
avv aavne iuu Ki imai lug vonn, , ,.
'18TtmeketaoM Dntoh GoTeamant Jan Cofea.',,.";.'
16 bartOeylon Coffee, , , ' ,7'"'
ttXtbble. ettndard Whfti" Boirarf, ooniliUng bl P6w
' dred, Chraabed.flrannlated A abd B OoHeev,
WajitntalgOeorteBarkOodnjh. .1...
BObhla, Ueae and No. I Mackerel. ' ' . " .';'"
"n. Pick 8toon. ' ' '4, '
IOOba,Uyef Ranlni;1 1 ""Vi , T
SOU. boido do t-!--.-' "'!''
100qr.ee. do .':daTia .45 ".: Sfia.i.lH
IOO a rjUnua, different brandi and padee. r. .,.
WM. MoDOHAlD.
AidlEkli-Booi: llantur ar, J ' 'j
ft m -an a av -
TVEtAIIItiK.
VET MiV-iUi-V
XJ v CALICOES
':
HIBUOlla,. i ,s natt1
MIBBOIM.
rana- aic-aTIO'TT rr; a 6UK1,
Jaatepeaeday
apVlw4
ai bt-i
.aaa .''aaW "-',"iIL ' ' ' an
tooiH .auaa u ;
Ban hat reoelTed a new aitke of HOOP IKIB.fl
lalakel la I aMnner far mperior to any yet Introdooed
BWESmAOT.CjU
W.,it-ifiH e-naiaiia no-i.-.l lln Hi rfil.elj ii
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.WOKOESTER'S
'VMWTQPICIIOSARY-
ltett-Tht ITfeit-.TbV.Bit,
-' The ChetpMt Beeu till Beit.
xuoit HiUkl.iliHMN An
' "fL.' , Mf Aatoeiii Joaor ojT 0A(a,
-jx buz OLHH piOTIONAST 1IIAHT,
'Heit uepudel MaherM tbeanad WeMi,
whoee maltlhirloai Beaalnn aaAderliaUeaa. oMetner
. i . ewwet ipellnii, and propaaelatloa are clear
at before the eye.'' j j ' , . '
'out iboWm- y M HmUr tf Ihi OUa Slat
. Mndent(rned,' nembert of the Ohio VtaU Teaobera'
..j "! "?" t aae la teaohut. entUai
jnd epeaklnr, the orthofraphy as BreoaaolaUoa A
" vaene Vlettonary. and we aioet eor-
ateliy leeeoaiend It u the Boot reliable itaadard aa-
Ipoken Zt.0,-"',l hnr!,? 11 7 f1""
Aroarwe, Prartdeat Kenyon Oollere. ' '
. lwTr, aperntendaot Saaeevtllelchoolf.
THoe. W. UilTIT. Maot MaealloaCnlan Ichoali. .
M. V. Oowout, Sop't Pabllo Behoole, Bandnaky. i
, Jou Inm, ttapH ratille Bebaola. CiroleTllle
. H. tinroRB, Principal Olereland fenala Sentea-
WM , MlTCMI.f- MMmUWMkll BAVat If TT-I-.
JOH OoDUt. frinolnal Bt.1 M..l ak.l Ul..
apta.i .... ! ,..'.VT7-'"i-. . T '
,0mm Nu,?rlBolp4l f earth InUrnedlato school,
OlnclnnaU. . . . . . '
JI. 8, Mth, Bup'tOantontrnloo tebooli. '
m,uwm aaaaa, moarpal MaNeelr Karaal leaeol.
u T. TtrtkU, Prof. HatbeBatloa, Ohio Cnlrerflty.
Wat. W. BDWAane, Sop't Troy Uatoa Behaol.
A. U. Honim. Prlnelnal Waai llluh Byhnnl.
land i ; 4 .. j
A. Kdarex. AaaaolahtPrlBehiat ITt4i UtttmA. m.
land '. ' '
TmoDoai Btiiiuo, Principal Hlih Bchool. Oler
land. . ......
H. J. HonUrow, Prlndpel Olereland InaUtate.
J. A. OaariiLS. Preildeat of Xleetle InaUtate. El-
ram.
W. L. ITiiim. Vnf.' e iShemMrv. 01,1a W..u..a
Pnlreralty. .
H. u. vAiaiT, Xx Oeulaatonerof Oonunoa lehoela,
Ohio.
Jam Uomoa, Praf. Rheterlsi Oherlla Oollete.
Taoe. Bill, free! riant Antlaah Dalian.
Haihenatlos, High
8ohool,DDii
" nvanuiT. rroi.
. CasMi
amiiAuaa, Prof. Lanaati High School,
Dayton.
B.M. autaem, BapH Ueloi loaoola, Aahlaadl. ' 1
Mor Hum aim BvmArtA eW PrtMAtmtm tit Mia.
pe, froftuort, AuViort md lHttiKfuiKd Idtuscf
tort, ctvt mdorud Lie obo tmUmmt.
PRESIDENTS OF C0LLE0ES IN OHIO. '
'afaanrva Pm. r mMm . IY a, a MunHL.
kd honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
eoun try. "-President Andrews.
OHIO WatLaraa Uiw airW-MTt eivaai1a aaa-a-waala.
Hone. It will be By guide - orthofrsphy and pronun
ciation, end will efteaoe eemlteabyaMforlla neat
and aoourate deflnltlone." Preetdeat Thoapeon.
i W. R. Xcteot-o Osujss. "Ilsretofure we haToasad
webeter'e orthography. At a recent meeting of our
faeultw. It iraiTlsnlile. in ehaara tt in aanfnnn to thai
of. Worcester'! Royal Quarto DlcUonary." President
uarnew. 1
WaenkM BfttTa OotLrai. Sad It worth at
cmiuui af(u.eaueji.'- rrasaieni aneaaooa.
OnitLiR OoiXiaa. "It aiora than maata a aniaahi.
Hone. I reeoBBiend It. sa the Bautdmrd author! re In
orthoepy to ay children and By pupils." President
Ann oca 0ofXBM.--."I adontand aha to aae hi teach
Ina, wrttlm and soeaklna. the orthoeTanhT and nrannn.
cumiow ue -nereeeiera a, oral vaarto utcaonary.''
rresiaeni run. n
In all bt wrltlm. sneaklni. and ttachlna. I hare on.
deavored to eon form to the roles for orthoeranh and
proaamBUoaeaeeaeataed la Woraeeter's Diotlonarr."
iiorava aaoa, law rreeweni. , . -A
Ktirroa Coiutaa, GiJirta'. ! most cordially mom
Bond It as the meet reliable standard authority of the
Bngllsh language ee it hi now wrlltea and epoken."
rieeiuent Aoaiews
SCHbOL CO-iMISSIONERTOp OHIO.
From ?. Ann erA, CmmluioHti: of Common
" BeHooitt OMoS : .
"The Dictionary Is sa Imperishable mocnmsnt to the
learning and Industry of Its author, and an honor to the
world of letters Tho aaeehanleal oiasutton la far aape
rtor to that of any other Lexlooa with which I am ac
quainted." . T
Fron Bon.' B-B; Bornty. ' Xw- OOmmiuioiur of
'1 f
iMooU ta Ohio. i
Th most reliable atandard authority of the iaa-
- . wauy taa , , . . .
Ijeadins Newrrpapera) of Ohio' Say.
Jrom Pi4 Clmland Btrald of Mcm 28.
The ertbogranhy of the Voroester Dlcttonary a that
used by most. If not all. authors ol distinction In this
country and Iceland, and eonforms to the general usage
of ordinary writers and speakers. I
Wheterer prejudlcee Bay hara existed previously, a
eareful study of thle rohuaa will Inrarlably be) followed
by warn appreciation- of Id greet merits, and a 4 eel re
to add it to us well aeieates Merer, be tt lane or small.
and will roawta aa imaeriaha-
bl record of the learning of Its eompller.
from Via OinoinnaH Qmnnroiai of April 90, ..
i Here ere hnwarda at a handrad thonaand avmfa avwvt.
'bad and Indifferent whoee aultlferioaa Beanhns end
derlratlons, together with their correct palling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work Is
anqooationably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
rer published.".. J ..,.;;.,
Jrom M CltttUmd FlatmUaUr ofStvi. to. 1800.
I Irldently Woacarne's RoTaa Quia to DicrroiuaT U
1 only if last, but Us asrr eeor f t4 ktnd r it
sued, and can by no poMiblllty aojir by aoBpariaoa ot
eontroreray . , ' - :
,. ,Vm th4jbldo MU&tcf Mafia. ,.,.
to MaatnasiAtiiat. Woaaseiaa re wen Inniii
fcllowed far ear beet aethers) ta aeaaltlons ha learee
Nothing to he desired, and In 0iTwonur-rr It la lumolenl
say that Woacanaa sea be safety followed.
INGItAm be BRAOO,
Pabllalaars, Baaksallara at tatlamcrs,
HO. 101 BUPIRIOR BT., CLITJIAXD, OHIO.
taaiS
THE jWiTjA' BENEFIT ,
tINSlJRilNCJE .COMPANY,
I 1 n API eT ' t ji. . 4. T-a ,' W'j ir U
18MTI..... v;M..,M,.M,,tlJli8lsS6 to.
Statement Jaaaarr it lSSlf1 11 .
Btience,' pef itateaenl Jan. iai, WCe.,l,40e.
Reoelred for Prenlnm, dor-,, , . , , .., .,. , .
Ting the, pear 10...K....7M,03 M ' '
leoelred tar Inlerest .dsrtpf . ... .:, s. ,k
the year 1K00 814,014 19 - ,
T4Jbl receipt for lmW.:.. 8977.007 74
1 1 ''
Paid 0 lalms by Death,9Q7,vM 00
Patd PotleMs eurrew
' lerw, -Taxes," 'Bl-'1
J change, eto 31,820
Paid OoaBlaaloni to . . , r
AenU......,.jl,S? 20 I
PaldPhyeldananeee, 5,M0 7S
Paid Anntiltiae.k... HAIT uu:iV l
ft
nix'
Paid Dlrtdends dor- ,
iniaoa ieai.Mb.KOog 73 501,091 83
411,978 14
Het Balinee'fmnaaiy tst. M81.
I ' A8SXIS.
I 'I ,
3,eis so
Cask aa aSnd.MVv.,Ue- ' UMtt in" '
Bonds and Uortgss on Real v , t .. ., .. , ,
Aetata, worth double the
ameant loaned. ..... ..iw I arfjul a4' t.-': (
Premium Notee, oa Policies i ,,-,., .
In rone, only drawing 8 pet
eat.- InAereaaieaaaauaae J,S7 RB4 17 -
Real Estate 1001407
Leans on scrip 8,931 44
Premium, Notes end Oaah, ta '
poarre of brsaamisaoea.,. t 4JU T8J 1
rt J";
tl'RK
I Total
Aasebi ..,,,.,1 tUlXJM M
T(T5 Polldee m fans, lsexitUfi,v-tiaV41oHit8
1,438 sew Pollclsi hsT been Issued sarin; tba year,
after a oeeful ealcutatloa of thd present ralae of the
efltetondiasj .Polletee f tho Oaapany . aae) baring the
Morseif-p; amotmi n reeerre therefor, tho Dkreetore
hare declared a- pwsesna of 41 pereent. ea aha Prenl
ums paid at the able rat as, to all policies for lite In force,
leeued prior tojaaaary U Ute), pajaMa aeeordUg to the
? rbsent rale of the Company. ...
Rat-sfor.airktadsof Lire Con tinges dee, ProepecW
aase, 8 letomeatt, and Applications, will be fumUhed
WaoT caesAJBjl or Atnoial ol. lbs floav
nrm fe bout. fc. FATTBR80W, President. '
W w' hth aOVla7,TleaPialdaot. . . !
O. MHLER. Beoretary. ,. ,
' -l A Wr1- AlaiBOItf AffHO,
,riisnr. .i.iiaZi. .
1 98. I88I.1 j- ,( I . .i, OelaambemTb."'
R Hl2J.?irJ! 2 rriv" black
AI DR888 SILKS, wf orert ereue The maaS aalaat
i
yVyO' WJM 'ga wHw WMaeaesBweeia ree-e. ,1
w aua.a
'imit t eutaj en aua.' t n
aa r11-
Ku a Kl in, awetava uisaatreel.
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IS
1 -iL.U-ia '..v 1-2.- ' i; .1
ar -"..An.. . i .
effectual Atttrativi ,tnat can te mda, It tV
t concentrated txtract of. Para Sarisparill
so .combined with other substan.-ofsfiU
greater alterative power as to. afford, art effco-'
tire antidote for the diseases SaraapaiLU. is
reputed to cure.'. It j Relieved that such
remedy is wonted by .tlioso who euffer, ftora
Struroous cpraploints, and that one, which will
accomplish their cure must prove of trnrnenee
lerrlce (o tills Urge djusof our eillioted SMaw.
eitirene. How corppletely this compound will
dp it has been proven by experiment on bias
of the worst case to be found of the following
complaints;. - vv ., r
BCllirPUtA' Attrj SCROPiLOUS COMPLAINTS,
Eatrpnoirs and Eacrrrvs Disbasis, TJlcbrs,
PlMPtEl, BtOTCUBS, TOXOBS, SaLT JIUROK,
BcalD Head, SrPKiiit amp Svphiutio Ar
yxcTioKi, Mcrcukial Disbajb, Duopst, Navr
ftALOIA R TlO DoOLODREOIt, Dbbiutt, Dr-ftr-sTA,
A!fD iKDIOESltoK, ERr9IPEtA,, Jlo
or t. Anthony's Pirb, and indeed the whole
close of oomplaints arising Atrm iMToiirrr op
ttn-BtAw. . ',
.. Tliis com pound, .will Wcound a'great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to)
expel the foul humors which foster in th
blood at that season of the year,. ""By the time,
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorderi
are nipped in the bud.s Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sore,-through wldch-tli? Tjystemili striveto
rid Itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an, alterative medicine.- Clcanso out the
Titiatcd blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruption
or sores; cleanso it when yoa find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins t cleanse ii
Whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
fl-lt, people enjoy .bettor health, and live)
longer, for cleansing tlie blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ? but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can bo no
lasting health. ( Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great maoWraery of
life is disordered or CTerthrowfYi 'j;',; . '
', SarsaparJIla has, and deervei eiujch,' the
reputation, of. aeeeraplishiiigithese tnds; i Bat
tlie world has beert egrcgioujly deceived by
preparations of if, "partly "because , the drua
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to' be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but Utda of tlie virtue tt .'Samparillit,
or any tiling eiseu-1 . i int. .!.:! nr ...i.e. :- . ,
- poring late years th public have bepn mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of 8arsapiwilla for one dollar. AMost
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
wey not oniy coniAUv JUtuo, ir any, Sarsapa
rilla, but oCtan no curative croncrtiea whatov.
cr. . Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various cxtraoU of
barsapanlla which flood tho market, until tho
narao itself is justly despised, and har become
, ajTionymous witl imposition and cheat.' "Still
we Call this compound garsaparilla, and intend
to supply sucn a remedy as shall rescue the
namo from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think wo have ground for
believing it has virtues which aro irresistible
by the ordinary run' of the diseases it is in ten d-
eu ro cure, in order to Secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy ehould
be judiciously taken according to directions on
tho bottle. ;.,,'-: , r. - :
., .- ' TftEPARED BT ....
, DK. J. C.; A YE It & CO.
' LOWELL, MASS.' . ... !
Price, A4 per Bottle Six Bottles for A3.
' Ayer's Ghcny. Pectoral
has won for Jfcielf such a renown for tho cure of
every varrety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it s entirely unnecessary fur us ta account tlie
evidence of its virtues, ulicrever It has been em
ployed. As it has long keen in constant use
throughout this scotian, we need not do more than
assure th people its euality is kept up to the best
it ever has bern; and that ft may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever beca found to do.
' Ayer's QadiarSc Pills, :'
. i .' ros, im oTrriB op ' -CoiftrmeM,
' Jaundice;' Dytpcpu'a, indigestion,
Dytentery, Foul Stomacli, Etytiptleit Utadacht,
Piles, lUiemnatitm, Eitiptims and Skin Diseases,
Livsr Complaint, Divpsy, Tetter, Tumors arid
Salt Iihexim, Vorms, . Gwif, Quralgia as a.
Dinner Pill, and for Pivifjing tm Blood, fy
They hre Kignr-coejat,' so that the' most uensi
tire carl take them leanntly. and they are the
beet aperient in the. world for all the purposes of ft
fahrHytlrysie.- - -
Prise 5 osntJ perBoif Plya bor'os for fEtO.j
Great numbers of Clergymen, Phyejciurj,8oites.
men, and eminent' perionoges, hare lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulnns of these :
ramedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named IV
nish. gratis our American Almanac in which they
axe gives j with, also full desoriptioas of the nbov e
coniplaints, oad the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their euro. i 1.,. r i,. ,.j'.. I. . 'It
Do not he aut off bv anerinc'ntef i!i!it1n with
other preparations they make more . prolU on.',' j
Demend Am', tnJ .Va m rtv..r 1 'rt.- .:,.t. i
want the best aid there Is for, them, onil'lug ahuiUd-J
H At. - - I-
All our remedieavare for sale by . t
AOBMTB A tlllnm, j flalnmhna
And by Druggists and Dealers ererywhere. . .
BOTk.17U.lwaw . . r r. - , ,
CA5ADIAII 4 HUTTED 8TATa MAIL
BT"R A MEBS'1 19 T
i.nt.f.., to an o FKOitt ;:r'5;--
10ND0NDERRT, GLASGOW;
j pyerpoQl, lVrontr'Quebw'a
, e-v tt i . v l arid.
- NJJW
: The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's Brat -class
fall-powered Clyde-troll t B teamen sail every 8at
llrday froea PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
,1 1
FORWEQIAN., UORTHAMERIOAH,
I ' NORTH B&ITOoT, ' ' HIBBRNIAN, ' " '
WAA01A, -KO V A BtJlrtlAB.I 1
Shortest! Cheapest and Qnf elccatcoii
,. ..' .k.. ntun f .am 1
aesbica to ait .mil or iroopi' ',
'itatea ot Paawre to Europe, u,.-.
....... 930, tjae, sso. v. ,t, -
VTIll nil from LIVERPOOL every Wedaaadaw,
and from QUBHE0 every Batnrdap eajllnaat
UlNDOMDB&RY. atreoerre on board and land fctaluand
rasseneera, la aaa rroa uaianeaad Soot land. - , .
'ItTTbeee Bleamert are built of Iron, la wabar-thrat
aompartBenta, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every anenuoa te paici te ue comfort and accommoda
tion of paesengers. Aa thmroteed direct to LON DON-'
DERY, the gieat risk and delay of calling at Bt, John'l
It avoided.
aiaagow paeesugsrs ar famished with ran pa era re
tickets to and (ram Leodoadarry, -' i , t tu K
Retnrn Ucksis granted at raduoed rata., , r,,.r. ,..,,
Oerttflcatee lesued for carrying to and bringing out pas
atriisr frea all th principal towns of Greet Britain and
Ireland, at reduced ratea, by thle liae of stsaaier, end
oy ine n aouinoiun Lona vs ytpl't xAUAATar
learlng Llrarpoel tvery week: , . k
Bight Draft lo t and ttpwArd
mklolaiKBtlaiid, Ireland. Sea
1
) aatatia err waits,
Per jaaeage, apply at th Offlea'tS RROADe
WAV, New itorke and WYKH BTe
UW ' ,. ,.-( .
1 liBltA IXABIX, Osnaral IgeoU,
- 'e J. R. ARMSTRONO.
' aolQ-bdAa Post Office, Cottuabaa, Ohkv l
& Sin
T HAYB TH11 DA
r Admitted hit
A ton JAMBS Al)lia BA
eat, which will het after be conducted under the Ana
"rtt'l: tll AIM,99 boulh Uth8t..t
LIE
n aa mmm, n mm
VVtMWtM AVaaaa Ifwj
ftblS '
ni-lB ."ae,a, a;, r;t) jhffotoH1
ST - --w wnarrftf,' nay Uutting
SheBpoeatB, OurlUi g aae) Dreeemg tfcloon, X,t e.afe
Street, ejvae IM Peel Officer where tatiefnotioa "will
i ae aiWB sa u rarrous erani-hre.' I n.lioa and
! Cblkireawfialr A rearm ten h the tt
,,il:',i
$i
Me
Summer Arrangement
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
T-!!.r--""
RAILROADS.
Fof tolM'atJt,'i)aytoii A'ADpapolii!
ThroirghWlWIafiabolIs wlthontjChsngtj o? 5ari
.'X'ofal VnChtog8.oC'(Xra' b.etareB.jea J
Ji( r
j, CielumbaBatid BULoois.d d
, .,t i:l
l it ' 'w iw llsan
Four Traini Daily frool Colttmliu!
. -4 5.)t!(ff MS ' III .. .li' iQ ilu.l.-.
i l!', H frfrja rprj 'a"tJw -"O10la
AOOOHUODATIOtf at S a. m., stopping at aU sta
tions between Oolumoos and ClnoLnnatl and pyton, ar
strlkf at Otnetonatl at to OS a - B., and at Dajton at
fie a. ai.k eeaneotto g at' Dayten for iodiaaepoHs'i atd
the West. " ',i.imip irustUa!
SECOND-TRAIN, i
; IXXPMSSat 11 a.Ji,totplBirstJ's(rcrMiD,
Loerfaa, Oaafleatoa Cedarrlila, Xethv Sprlaf Valley,
Oorwin, Preepurt, Port Aaeteot, Morrow St., Lebanoo,
Poster's, Loreland and Mllford, arrlrlug at ClnolDnaU
at 30 p. b., Dayton at 9 43 p. m..coopecttni with th
Ohio and kliasl.slpul Railroad for Louisville, Ky., Vlnl
eennea. Cairo, St. Xoats. New Orleana,, etc.; at Dayton!
for Iodlanapolia, Latayotte, Iorr Baate, Ohkago aod
tU Western points. , .y.fc J rne
, n !,; . THIRD TRAINS) val I
HAItyat 0.10 p. m Stopping at all -'ludon Iwtwfei
ftoluiaboe and Xaola, sad at Spring Valley Oorwin,
Morrow sad Lore iMd.arrlrUig at tiiucAiietUt 9 a, m.
,UA tii FOURTH TRAIN. '
1 HIOHT XXPttEdS, TlS Dayton, it 00 BldnTghtl
capping at London, Xeala, Dayton, Mlodletowo and
Uaaillton, arriving at tlinelnneUat SS a. B.et Day
ton at 2. Ma. m.; conncotlog at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and misslielppl Railroad lor Louisville, ErauevUle,
Vlneennes, Cairo, 8t. Lonls. Memphis, New Orleana
and all points South and Boath-westr also at Daytoa
loranoiaDepoiis, L,ayeiie, Terra liaute, Uhicago, elo.
4
lU" Por further Information and Throueh Tlokei
apply to tt,L. EOHERTV, IJeke Agent, Unlea Pepot,
. ., . , . P. W. 8TRADER,
i 'H i ,1,1 . A Oeneral Tleaet Agent; Olnclnnatft
JN0:1v1OHBRTYV v
:, fj V ir-n-sa'.3Tjt' AiSB BotasjABf,
, ,,,,!) ,,i ii ! i H. W. WOODWARD, v. , c tt
'" . , ' ,. Superintendent, Oinclnnati.,
Oolnmbns. July W, .1801' " - '
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
nCwC3
' ' cossECTisa at.be LlIiub mi;n thb; '
B ALT I M 0 R E; (StLlO ri l b;
..,,0 LAND AX PITTSRUBGH WITH SUB K t"-
PENNSYLVANIA CEHTnAL:
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
.'1' '.Route ltd all Eastern Cities i
I,
Trains Leave Columbus as follows r:...
" 0.
. it. ;
I MORNING EXPRESS ' rrux .
Learc Oolembae 3.30 A. 11. from Union Depot.' via
neuaire or BteuDonriiie t arrlvee at Bellalra, 1U.W A,
M. i Btenbenrille. 12. SO P. U.: Plttsburib. 3 40 P. M.
Harrlsbnrg, 1.10 A. M.; via AOmtovm, arrirea at New
York 8.00 A. M.J mia Philadelphia, arrrrei at Phila
delphia, S.10 A. M.t Now York, 10. JO" A. St.- Oonnectt
also at Uarrlsburg for Baltimore, arriving at'7, A. ab
Sleeping .Can attached '.to. tbis Tram
Prola OolaBbaa. ran dlractl throaett aa Bellatra ot
PttUbnrgh without change; and Passenger via A Ilea-
wwDKimisnew iflHSISAiU., .. i
ICTtWO H0TJB8 IN ADYAN0B OS. NORTHERll
iiniss. ,
.1,1 . . . " t b . I '
This Train alio connects at Bellalre with the
- Raltlmnr) anrl fiMn Rallrnarl
si?! : s
PITISDTJRail EXPRESS.
.i:i Ii f
)eooi
Stenbenvllle; arrives at Newark. IS 30 P. M.: Coshoc
ton, B.1S P. M. Btenbenrille, 8 P. M.; Pltt.lmrr, 8.40
r. ea. II rite a tneennr ntnta bv whloB Paaeenevni
can learc Cincinnati tt 7 Ai M.. o thron.h La futat
burgh in darllght, without change of cars or delsy.,
-J .. PAgtLItlX., . T .i,..,;,l.t ...
Learee Ootutnbus 3. IS P. M., from Colon Depetfvia
Bellalre: arrives at Newark, 3.S3 P. M.J ZanetviUo,,
4 33 P. at l Bellalre 7 .83 P. M.t Plttitmnrh. 11. SS P.
M.i Uarrlsburg, -9.00 A. M.; rla AUtntown.-tnin
at New York, 4 P. U.t wOs : JAiadeipAts arvtree-
Pblladeliihis. 1.10 P. M.; New Kork. tt P.U. Thti
Train alto connect! st Uarrlsburg for Baltimore, art,
rlvinga IP. Mr T' "- '-' '
Xbie Train rans thraart ta Bel a t or Plttebunrw thw.
out change ol Carat and from Pittsburg there esjao
change of Cart to Philadelphia, or via AlleBUw, U
NtwYerk thai offerlag
iA.il . av :. . t-S.' -iH-iO ' U f)10
I ha onlv Kouta Irora Golunhua ta Haiti mneav
rwudeijidia, or XVew x or k, with onlj aoU
, .1 ii.-- wfr tHA'--w warn, tt, 4 .jtv
Ay Oil Train? Passea Pars "Tartiv In Wcw Yo'tkdVe
boors In adranoe oi the Northern lines, v r; a -m i
This Train alio connects tt Bellnk with theBaltlmdre
and Ohio R,R. ... -
CTThls Route Is 30 mile shorter to Pittsburg,
sou more man iuv mne snorter to
ic New. Yerkr than Northern Lines.
V. ,.'! e i . 'ii .fi ii.a i'.i- vO. t V M
Baggagt Cheoked THrontrlt to "all im-
It.: ,;-a;.portMlt Polatl Eait,K 1 , '
!e:'u;l -w - i- i- i I, I '
j.pi iiio "'A8K POR CT0K1 T8' VIA r.5'"1'"
; SULIUAlllfil ViV OlCiVCClil V1LLL,
t
- . . i
' .-,-iiet. ui oj-M f.l. !!..'!. 1 1 eu
ia.ll .J tlv IIL .'1 WW, BBUWB, g J.lJ
i ,Qn. Ticket Agent Central ubioR. R,
!.3il 7. vi' ? f.'A. HOTCniNSONV ,
Oen. Tloket Aretstulrrrlle Bhort Litter J
, JelS ,)-. ,. .,,'( ton wm ai Tifi I
I ' 1.. IIWI'P .' !!)
ill a ill ...
e4
AGR1CULTU11AL-WAREHQ1ISI
AidBdc.;
11 til
i-i);'.
:A1U bit)
I -t-U ni i Ht ri. (SEALER. .- i
generai.;hardwArM
NAILb, GLASS, SASH, PDTTY, OOHJWfla, '' 11
Gait's, riatols, WoetJr'Xl'l,lloif iaea
! ffiSIoft'? lcisA-U; .Hji i ita
i ,r?',n V vn m li!j it'irT rri t
" ' . . I . ' . 1 . ! ., S '- r-r-K
."HI
, t - .woiviiauu neauaerauieaia,
Paris Ktd Olores snperior make.,., ai. U1J
Golden Bllt Shlits, various styles," , " . ,
t RnWOnUtaal Hill Shlrta. )n " P " 1
.1 1. , j J . n , . b l , ;
.DrirlBf and Steaet aievartoij I ,o-)titai a )-.J
, Hemmed packet utMUronief VSItOilt styleev.w i
aprillo oe M.twO X'1 Ko.'tSBoolh High! etreef."
"SQrJETHlNtJNEV::
I . ff i ' jl tin? : " 'xjH ,t"ii evtfan av
JUL o iW- zv iiv1 & u ii :
lt )'U
V'J t
.1 A
7IAB.SJ M. T JtU 3, fiUUIll XI I U II ST.,
TAUIU r AexalllJIP fU uow lUeVavtj ot
AM E R I C AM-WATC H E S.
MawMrored by i fiOWARl' A CO 5 Bb.ton'
Tkese Watohe ar far Mpartee ta aaythlng ere otered
v ine puuiio, ucrvwiarw utidi auvwequtiT egeacy,
tt
4qunotiired V AP(I,X INaTB AC Y, A CO taao, s
TitJoealalaNeekeiahcr Stjarft."1!
. I n x i tl " Brroa ami Harrow Collar;'"-'' " 1
fliaetortajentof.i f.-isrit b mit isa Jtuur9f
Bt?l,UiaJIX SWlXA TATOBSS 1
I , S ita Sold
ted UvwCsaesi at PeMoyrtttsvi til
T
"
iiaiac J d 1
V; t.'U S-n.nji 'fix at g1 "
Ijslly, per year..' .f?,;H ,.Y 00
Pit-Weekly, per . , ar. , o
Weekly, Pariej.a.,,, 1 00
NATIONAL LOAN.
To the Citizens of the United States.
mlad
'"-YOBPtNattoall eAmeDl,V6'iiTpc!led I
guilty eoBtpiey. oTilawstmg W esmelees rt
surMoUtvt,p tgaBed,,la War.oibt sorty
a rfiVorfeL e3Pn"J Pt Uw, foR,ha
defenee ofarrilbri;- and lor the maintenance of
Popwlaw Iditltodorm." Fo taeahs to defray thk
. taw war, your lODgraS
baa directed that sq appssl be soaiU to yoa, Jv
Opening' a' anbtcrlptiop to a National, ioauwof
One HiMrtd and Fifty Million, of DaUor.
. t Altesayttaa oigk)teoed and pr!btIoTcp'Ifalr
ists of the great cities of New York, Beaton
and Philadelphia. htrimnifetad;; their eieat
scrliB boto'bt duty od Interet, by the suhscripr
tlon of Fifty MillloBir 6f LVblUrs ' ' -
The Act of Cougioraj antler which this subl
ecrlptlon wasrecuUed tUelj provides, boweveri
that the advantages is well aa the patriotic "iiN
iafactlou of participttioa lattits Lian shall b
ouerea, not to tne a4taiists or the great eitieS
only, bat to the ptoalt of lb whore ocmotryi
.. In otiierto- aecurtia ettbataatlall reward Tor
their public fpitjl ,lbot wboa attrlotUm
p.'ompiA.tbeiB, io, -this hoeroT trial, ro' piAoei
tbeit mount as the disposal of Mis Goveramebt
Congrees.has directed that Aa interest of- seven
end tbree-tsntbs per oentam be paid on the fev
ers! amounts subscribed- an interest not liable)
to State tazatioOrbul constituting tot the ob.
toribers a revenge, not only oertain tn receipt:
but greater In amount than oati.beeipected
from any ordinary ioveetmeot.
And, 1x4 order to afTord to all eitisens equal
opportunities Of participation In' these tdran
tages, Congress has farther, directed that sobj
tcription be received for turns as small as fifty
dollars, as fell ss for larger amounts; and that,
should the Sabacriptlqns exceed the whole sun)
desired, the smaller be preferred io the diatribui
tlon. "-i t"h-it" 1- m I
Each, subscriber, on payment of 'his Sub
scription, will be entitled to receive iTreatury
notes of equal amount itj such deopminttions
as he may prefer, whether of fifty, one lunj
dred, five hundred, one tbouaahd, or fire thoui
tand dollars. .ei.etavjni--d.
The interest, at 7 3. 10 per annun .Will b on
the notes of fifty dollars, one cent; oa oos bun'
drcd dollars, two cents; on five hundred jiol
lars, ten cents. On one thousand dollars, twent
centt and on five thousand dollars, . one dollar
All Treasury botes issued will bear date oi
the 19.h of Angnst, 18G1, snd will carry inters
est from that dsto,'' Etch note 'win have1 eouw
pons attacbed ezpresaiog the teveral asaoanta
of semi-annual interest; which oonpons may 'be
uewcuca irom tae note ana presented ror pay
menseparatelvvi! '' - - 't.., r
j-Each subtcriboi may pay the whole amonnt
subscribed at the timf Qf, subecription, oy, If ha
prefers' ta do go,, may pay one-tenth at tbst
time ana Vne-tblrd every twentieth day there
after At eaeh payment the accrued interest
on tne amount from the lfJth ef August' to the
date of payment must alio be -paidi and 'the
amounts oi mtetest tout paid wl be reimburs
ed in the payment of 'ho first coupon., ., , .
, Iff order' to eecure beyond peradventure, the:
punctual psymetit of interest and .the crsdual
reduction ot the principal, Congraes has provid
ed by law for on annual revenue amply sutticient
uui uuiy iur mu purposes, out, lor tiM. prompt
payment PC all demands on aco juut of ordinary
ernendlturea'.' - .- -
It will be seen at a glauce that not only id the
wholo' property of the country pledged lor the
Interest and final reimbursement ot tbis loan,
but that an adequate. specific proportion ol the
annual production is set apart, by taxation, for
too redemption oi mis pledge), frompt pay
ment,' bejood contingency, is thus insured-M ? ,
; ; Nor catr this Uxatlou be thought great, when
compared 'with the magnitude of the objects of
the contest, or with the amount of property And
production, ', ' - - ; v ,.. .. ..,;,
Tbe objects are Union, popular Government,
permao'6ut peace, security. at home,: respect
abroad: all ininerllled bv unnrnvnkerl rl,allinn
Thi Intelligence of tho Deooieoomorehenda at
once their magnitude. ,.They ilea above ..party.
TheV be lone to no Administration. ..Th
ceru the whole country, during all time, under
every 'Aaminiatratiorr, ana in every relation,
foreign; and domestic. ti ,ui'i; ,u. v"
And the meant tar thi elLilnmant af iK.
great obiecta cap be readily supplied from the
property and production of the countrv. The
real and personal values la Hie' United States
reach the vast aggregate of sixteen thousand
salmons of ; dollars; and in the btales new loyal
40 the Dnloo, this aggregate is eleven thousand
jnilllon8. """'- -
Tbe yearly eurphis earnings of tbe loyal peti
ple are estimated, by Intelligent oersons cn,i.
sent with such InrcstTgations, at more than four
uunurea minioos or dollars; while tho, well
considered- Judgmetf 'rgf military tneu'ol; (he
highest rank andrepati warrant a coofldant ex?
pectatlofl that the' waT," prosecuted with energy,
uuuiKnuu Dim, tuHj ue orougni to a lorralua
tloa before the clots of the bext sprlngj is
which eveBt tbe cosr beyond the revenue wifl
hardly exoted the amount of the two-hundred
and fifty millions loan authorised by Con grew.
" im uuw acunony m an oranoneeei the pnbllc
Service, the toul expenditures' for all.objsots,
military, naval and civil, in this Vatr of wrap
netd not exceed the ordinary' expenditure! of
TJ-t '.r I.- . - ! . : r.
uiw sniiaiB orrruoi id yean oi peace
! And la it unreasonable) to bope that tbe auspl-
fiions result nf nptna maw ha intta. . kA
reflections of th citizens of the Slates in insur-
recuoni inai may will review their act on:
weigh their own wIfae;"6n8lder tho dispoei-
uu wv tu pwuptoot taa wuoie country to reo.
benise all their eonstttutionsl rfehts and tn al.
Iow them their full share ly the bentflts bf the
ommon Government, and jenw taatalkoian.a
to tbe Union wbrsbria-ao vil bouv, th'ef have
L . J -I at a. ... , . . . .7
fecu .ciupteu iu turow oa r mil iney UOl jfe-
fleet that the war, Into which 'the Government
f f the Unrorr hat beelt Constrained, It Sot A war
or tbeir subjugation, but Wr. for, national ex
stence, and that ah auspicious... result,, to the
Uoioa; will benefit as largely tba States in la
iurrxotlon as the States which havtr remained
toyan i.v.oi.. ,' . w v...a .vWl
i However this may be, the duty of tbe Na-
Sional Governments'tta ne constitutionally con
tltuted agent of - the people, admlu of no ques
tion. ''The war, made necessary by Insurrection
Sod reluctantly accepted 'by the Government,
tnuM be prosvjcnted with all possible vigor tmtil
the resioration of. tbe just authority of the
Union shall insure permanent peace..,,,- j t '
j The same good Providence. wUokonduoied
dur fathers through Ihe diffloultles and daBgera
hioh beset the formation of the Union, baa
grtoiously strengthened our habtfs for the work
ufltt Bresorvstion. a0 rmx. "
I Thecroraof theyearar amrlrnt3raAar!r.a
ana Darns are every wnereiau; Tbe CtplUliats
of ths country come bheerfull foaaarrl .tv -
sain the credit of .the GovernmeotctiAlMHiri.
iao, even In advance ef this appeal; then of til
ocauraUloot seek to share toe honor ttd tba a.
vantages of tbejoan, Never, except, beeaus of
uia Kuimraiy ucprtsBiuu causea oy in rebel-,
lien and the deraugem envoi buaibesa occasion
fed by it, were tbe people of the United Biata In
a better condiiloR.tQ tMMiatrreafeonteat than
ttOWv n t,- , . V
Under these favoring. olroumstanees aod fbr
these grand objects, 1 shall, irrparsntnc'of tbe
act of Congress, Cttnse books of tubsctiptiaB to
be opetjed aa speedily u prtotioahls La .tee. sev
eral allies and principal, towneof tbe-'lfaited
6tatei in order that all citiren who -del9re" to
aubsorUt tTAthe loan may have tte opportunity
01 uoipg.so, ,,jiietBJUiie tna woe preier that
course oan remit any aum.whioh they .niav.da.
eire to invest In the loan to the Treasurer of the
vuievu oiswewai vr aanintrion, or toe inerorth
Aasisttot'tTrtMsrirerhJ af Boston, ' Ne'.' YorF.'t
olphl5t Louis, or te Iba-moeltrrrf
t jUsoioaatt, whose eervi Set M will entitle tha
koUstue ToptawrfBtrt Jta the torts, .trtady
u.uJM-t,ii ia.i.jui.n.-inn, ,.,.t; i
to be doubted, wlirpTbdiptiy4 respond to thalui
eral'wIsdtwesT bir rwresentativew.1''
S. P. CHASE,
Secretary of the Treasury.
Important Special Order from Gen,
From at.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 106.
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 106. HEADQUARTERS WESTERN DEPARTMENT,
SPECIAL ORDER NO. 106. HEADQUARTERS WESTERN DEPARTMENT, ST. LOUIS, August 30, 1861.
n ine Lomiandlug General sincerely regrets
uat uc nnotrimecewsary-to make any reproabl
te the patriotio-army nnder bir eoaiiriaod. x tl
,boBa 'herigjd enfuroemtui of 4itelf
pline and the good example of tbe mast of tbe
enlightened soldiery which he hat the honor te
wau.iwoaie uewa oen..'iutnffleot- to correct 1
good-aine.tbtXiirrtgultiiaMand tloeaee ef bS
whri. have wUeeied discredit upon oua aausa
and ourselves, ' But tho extension of Mrti4
l.w io an ine owietrr m staurl. WndArad ami:
.dealt !tMtaeeUy tn tttl tinhaoDV oaaduinaaHM,
tiers M quanj,meraHve to oallJUe aa-iayi.
good pder and rigorous discipline, a, 1
.They are reminded that'ibd powW to fifiici
thenairdiBry eevoHtles of the rroW govern
log (lsw is riaid'y confined to few; Who are td
do. ueia stricny . accountable oy, its exerplee
Tbcy are also reminded that the same necetsi
ty wblrh require the establishment ot Martial
Law. deraatide ale I tbe enforoemSnt nf'thi
1 Military Law. which goveros theraselvee with
tne 9iub euaueu severity. Tbe Comrnanding
Generil, therefore, strictly prohibits ail vexa
tious ff oceeotnge calculated" utmecesaerily to
narrate .tie ciuseni, aha ail unaotborlrerrtelt
ores . and destruction . of nronerte aiee.it in
caees oi military necessity, ot and Tor wbion
the officers authorizing or permitting It, wjll be
held striotitrand'lpereonatlv resoonslbie All
ofCoericommaudingdistrioa, posts or detoek-
mente, are enjoinea to use tbe utmost prudence
and circumspection in tbe diacharee of their"
duties. Under tbe circamstances. a strict ohJ
dienoe tcorders, close- attention to duties and
an. earnest , tlfot to peoteot and avoid harraes
log Innocent pejsons, ts requested and expected
everywhere Irom officers aud men. " . ' , I
' The Commanding Oeneral trusts that tie Wfll
find lew oeoasiout torentoacb tba trocra. J He
Jiope And ; believes that he will find nany to
J. C.
Major-General Commanding.
State of Affairs at Richmond.
A Iticiimond correspondent of the Cbsrlestoc
a"Tbere Is universal 'eomnlaln. 'maHe" of 'the!
.want of efficiency In- the commissariat depart
tnut. . lt wee Jelt severelvand immadiaulr
alter uie, Datfie pt, Wnaasas.-. .Uur brsve troops,
partlculufly the' eick and wounded, suffered
greatly? Some br-thB troop wete without pro
vinous front Saoday breakfast until Tueedsvy
alter the battle. Since then it has occurred
more than once that . many have been without
food for twenty-four hours. Great indignation
is leu inrangnout tne army and in Kicbmond
ou account ot this outrageous and unendurable
Inefficiency. v The efficiency of the army is im
paired and even Its movements retarded through
toe wane or supplies, l learn it oss been, and
is, a matter ef bitter complaint and earnest re
monstrance by the aommaodlne; Generals. And
not only is there a want of, sufficient quantity,
but the provisions are not good are, in fact,
positively unwholesome'. It is not onty so at
toe camps tn ralrtax county, where tbe army is
largo, but also in other oamps. A great dealol
sitkneds is the natural consequence. One regi
ment bear Aqtiia creek has lost sixty men, and
another thirty; ' Tbo weather has been Intense
ly hot, and the great mortality is attributed by
me troops to oad provisions, unsuitable at any
time, especially during such a season.
The country people, camp traders and sutlers,
too, in the neighborhood of Frederlckabnre and
Aquia Creek, charge the poor fellows most ex
tortionate prices fur. everything they buy. I
have heard it is 'the same In other places, but
that It is there, I am assured' by the beat au
thorhy. iij-.i.-.n . ;:;.; ....
And nolouly is the department of subsistence
in managed, but lb equally indispensable de
partment (o the mobility aad efficiency, transpor
tation, is also lamentably behind. " It was the
condition of these two branches of. the. army
wnicn prevented uenerai Beauregard from ad
vancing to meet McDowell, as he bad iutroded.
It was his nnprerUrednrae' In these whltYnre-
venttd him from following the defeated enemy
from AUass4as..i it ia these which- bow para
lyze htm, prevent a forward movement, and ate
daily losing the South substantial fruits of the
great victory : Beauregard has used ' superhu
man eiertious, aad eteuggled Against terrible
and unappreciated difficulties aud discourage
ments. His great determination and the pluck
of his troops have accomnlliihed wonders. But
the Executive ii inrrfia la a huge obttaole to
success, and the public interests peremptorily
require that no man, or set of men, should
Stand In the way. " ,. ' "
; tso 'ts ol -v.1!"1 ' 'i ,;:,'.;0 , ' ;
Fighting among the Indians.
t-The Brownville (N. T.J Advertiser Bubllthee
is, letter from Major Baker, agent of tbe.Otoes
ana lissouri indiaos.dsted Aug, lUtbt w.blcb
gives ad iccountof a terrible fight among tha
xaoians on tne piiBsr"v " " u" ' .
I -iThe OtSefe and Pawnees were bantihs buffalo
ion the Saline Fork, with every prospect of kill
ing all tbey wanted, wben tbe combined tribes
pi .Siouav Kiowas, Ckyennn, 'Arrapahoa Bid
Lamancbes attacked the rawnees with a supe
rior; force. The Pawnee's Immediately called on
tbe Otoe, who were encamped 'near by end 1o
fttH Vty, for assistance.' Notwithstanding the
Otoes had forored u alliance with the Pawoeee
lor their mutual, protection, the Otoes refused
to help them'The Otoes witnetsed, the fight
lor about six notrrs, anring wnicn time tbs f aw
pees sent four or five messengers te them bee
ging tbeir assistance, that they were being cot
to pieces oy vastly superior nu tuners, inat tneir
peaa enter ana teaaing orave were Allied, une
Of tbe Otoe who was ia the fight reported tbst
hestw thirty dead PawneeSi .n.-i .0 nM
I The Otoes had a thort council, the result of
Which was tbst tbey should strike for home at
fast as thevoouldj conteqntutly tbey struck
fonts and left white the fight was rsging. They
came by way bf Fort Rsiley, and reached home
In seven dais., Tbey reported tbst. tbe Paw-
Bess were. completely turrotinded by Irom tevea
to ten tbouisud warrior; that tbere vaa.ne pot
tiouuy oi tbeir esoapei tnat tneir enemie were
killing them ofT at tbair leisurevapdihad ex
pressed their determination not to;jtop; until
they had wined tbe last they had from exisienc.
and the Otoes firmly believed that, would b
their fate.' But last eveninir a r'unnew from tha
Pawnees' arrived, here, and reports that tbePawM
nees bad exirioatea tnemseives.and cot swat.
and had got Idbbs far at the Little Blue, detti
tute ot provisions; they conld not go.. home
without subjecting themselves te etarvatloa, so
they concluded to go back la tbarcV of byffalo.
I ne utoes are. very muau aisbesftepe taey
hiave Incurred he6jep'leojur:"pf, .tbejtw
nbes and their enemies, thd i$ Is doubuulwoetb.
er tney win venture on f buuji sgaij kui ft
son.
n-'-eW t -tut
B .at ;j A-T -
SosLLOPtD To'aAToW.iTa'tie'Sne isfae to
matoes, perfectly, ripe; calJ.tbem to loosea fbe
skins, and then peel tbero; bover th bottom, of
the dith thickly wlih' bread, 'crumbs, adding a
f tw bits of frtoh butttr: then put In a Uvee of
tomatoes, seaaooed sli fib with, A little salt
and cayenne, and a UtIe Votjderel mace, or
nutmegi cover them, wllh another layer id
bread crumbs aud butto, . then aaothervUjt ot
seasoned tomatoes, atidpfocetdi thus, till th
dish is fulla.fiuuhing.tt.tbe. p with bread
otqmbs Mt tbe. dish iu. eiQderteioyejn.and
bake it nearly three hour 'r'o v
1 V 'I . . . tllt.1'1.
! . Jtosh J4fletf Goods,.,,, , vn
vvtAftllAlfTV'n fete Jhaewar. ' J '
lAiwn BhM ByiiD ' V kin tnj'twv. 1
aMtPtioR koh nwym Huont. " v -
bHr.tlkrmnttndPllowwbge
. I'liuJ Tlnuu'"PM,na Lor't ' I
-r rw;aai-oanu i,u sites.
. et.i.11 .1- .-I.lrs TowellinrtanilDiiirt
Ltaea MKnt:laeakd D'Oy act -.. f- -I.lnta
Ttbre ViwLUSaud Satin Dtmaake. .) ti Q -Lltjcu
Towels with oelored bordurfci i j
" 'Ll,lnrn Stair Ooverlntrsand Ctaah. ',. r
XVuavS ereaieet lteprlcee. M .1
litrx a bobi
febSS- No.St BoathUIhiUesU
.r--i; i '"II t i n , TV
HUNNEWELL'S
Bur a '-COUGH REMEDY.
iiIrlr:-Xijl7i. .i.) rutot.
mlVW"'" .b, Bcladng, with
Beet perfect results, Waoonae Oooea, Oamono aib
Ooaiioa- CocoHe. Asoacaui, aaa TatoaT OottrLaurr.
slwaye forernnseni ot Coneuaptloa. as Sooraut.
Bmorlt has no toper lor.1- treed Trots all Opiate or
rn.'rperco'ut.ni."0 "-
CEtEBftAED
,ali
...-a.T?IU
T0LIf'AN0DYNE,
Ttrs OaaaTtrr NaToaaA Out ever offered to U
world, oontalnlng Sot a particle of Opium, aor any tut,
stance but He etrlctty raewtahl aad attdleel properties
A sure Remedy for KtoaaLOu,, Rairtumni, Oon
Tooratro Baa Acws, Oateiea, Rota oa lev Pavtai
and all minor Hervoue Coeaulalnten r , , .
foe Lots or Suit, and BeedacB tn an ta vanetlei,
It hat no equal, aad to white, stoat thtdeabted taetaonl
als are offered. ...j . ... , ,
foa bBLiaica Taomalt Is t mett perfect reaaedr
' ton Bowbl OoMrLauttaeltei nmovfng the pain It acts
ts a phrsie.a moat unnoritot eoainat talia Uia m.
rtory effecte ot 0ilum. " 1 .
to rojtiemat, ront mas aoa Trial aattlee will be tent
and toDtawaorlavaltSadaecrljiUvs saafuM wltheai
"pottage-stamp." . ,
Prepared under th tporial tvperrlsloo of
JOHN I,, BTJHNEWELL,
, r , , cBiaorr ute rwjutaacacTmr,
sTo, ".Coramarelal Wharf, Boatoa, tte.
To whom please direot all eeoaanleatlont.
Prices Large Cough Remedr, 50 cents per bottle
Bmtll BJ
r tr Tela Anodyne, . , So Ml ft'
Portal br th atual whuleeale and retail da.i...
ererywhere. -J ' -
JtUHKKTB BiMUBL,-- N. B. MARPB.
JOHN R. OOOK, J. M. Dtt.fltJ.
fl. DBNIQ A BOB.' A. . BCUTJBLLEB A SON
Bayl7-wly , . , , Agestt for OolBakus. Ohlu.
STONE'S BAZAAR.
N"o. 4 QwArnne Blrx :k.
A. 1 STONE & 0'HAKRA
AHENaWKEOKlTINOTsfCIK tfliv.
TER GOODS, and atnrlta tha n..h,. l, I. .. - .
'luea. No such stock ef tleeae hat ever beta brought iu
uiisiuaraet. in sou ra, moeaeegjuence or tne ftllurt
of tbe grain orop, bat not bee a able to parehaee the as
ual quantity of rich goods, and thle fact hat foroed t!ib
Importer! to eell them at public auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being la New York st thee lirgt mlea, tuu (
adrantare of them, snd we can and will tell our good,
here, at lees thaa any on wh aarohuedtwoweektslnc.
paid for thea In New . York. Our stock It complete iu
trery department of ' I
ELEGANT DRE33 SILKS, .
OTTOMAN VELOURS.
BROCHE VALENCt AS,
PRINTED MES1N0S,
-, , , -y PRINTED COBURGS,
;w '. 'DYED COBUOSt
BLACK ALPACAS, , . ,T
. ORLEANS; t ' : ; ' t
FANCY WOVEN FARRICS.
... : ' - ALL WOOL DELAINES,
:. PUr-UNj. PRINTb,
DELAINES,
SHAIYLS AND CLOAKS!
" Five'Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,-
I LADIES FURS,
: HOSIERY ; DEPAJ.TSLENT, !
Men's, Ltdlee sad Children1 Under ShUI and Drawers,
Ladles, Misses an I Children' Hotlery ot til klndt in
Wtol and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined tee Oottoa rtlnvM
of erery Bake. . . -,'
also J
A complete aesortmeut of all the usual varie
ties Of !. .,' . ...
LADIES', CLOTHS, v
CASSIMERE3,
- ' ';' ' ' OVERCOATINGS,
" ' -'' f . '. TWEF.DS,
FLANNELS, ....
RIBBONS,
. . DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Oentilinea Cambric Hand-
. , ,T , kereWea,,Ao, ... ,
To pertens who call oa as, w pleJge our words u
show ihea the Unrest, best and chotnott stock of aat.
ever etn la thle- market, er pay thea one dollar per
deol-dlyStawltw."
I
BTONI A O'RARRA.
; HEW
t -) tf
Spi Lng . . & .
ARRIVALS
" 'OF.' ' " '
: Summer t Aliliinery.
ii .. im tstooJC zteplenisaioel
- i'v-rA.TT.'v,n"u""
i .t-t ,.--
rno.HLATEJT
intPORTATIOAS OF
! '-' 1 MY STOCK OP : -
Bpring'& Millinery ,
If bow OOJspWte, coeaprartg srwry variety of MUla"
try; also, a Urge assortment of Embroideries, Hotlery j
Sad Notions, A., oad la quantities and prion that oaa-,
ot fall te salt all who may favor ut with t tali. Th ,
toeds htrt been bombt stftnlc prices, snd will te tcld '
ttasmall adncte en carl. ' " ' 1 ;
I31.1).; '1 ut-n.r ! ' : .:Il i .v.. -a
J. tit.i MIL1VIB EET' o vt.i. t
I Mis MiCYOUNOs late DfKevrYork City,
InSetrpeiThtvmllne Mflllntry Department 'llsr long '
116000 la th most lohlonabl Ittehlliaatat la
dnjwtfl tJonebe a waxraaiy. that the wlU be ahli
8lrtenthrtlsfacUon In auttcrs of tatt to all who r
Bay fkror her with their ordert.
th Ladlst Of Columbus and vicinity wilt 'umasl ar
ospt ary sincere thanks far their lftieral rtrenaft, axd
I would laeaectiully toUcIt a eeattnuaaee tt tk stayt.
j " -' It H. f' WARE, f
I tf Gttt Twa Rt.i Celanska, 0
bVeinbohittindbn. . . . bsnst t..obittu(dS4
S: dt H. T. CHITTENDEN .
.ATTORNEYS AT LAW. ...
j.i-1- '1u . ' ' ' '
O" Offlees, 920 Broadway New Yrk City, and,.
PaXtoia' BirrLoiH. Colnmbat, Ohio.
trtr1ana,l athmflM naM ii AalWH... 1 I.' J
IBtJlAdem) 1'. a 1'.' fjt.',-. :jti..'. i a.'.
BalLimore-. Clothing Qonsej
, . mm. ti ... ... iv , . i , a
I -tljaajtaraorrarM axs wwoa
AVI
READy-fiUDECLOTHlftG-
Nai 308 W.1 &ithrioretreet, " "
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ad it
tarrwew uetBT tea Buwaao,)
m t .. .
BAI.TIA10HE, rid.
u::t
t;.t i i
L. .. . .
thrga 'Atterttaedt of Pits aatl Purs lit lu'' ''
." sotdi "Coattaatly t Boad ''' "
.tWtjw ft -J-,',-u-W.Vli,: j.i ,. ),'!, i-V ,1
fA'Q'LK IfyRASS WORKS,
j a Vomer Nprlng Ai tVater U.. - ,
a lr'-, . .4, - - -
f iVIO JJLUJJIOTJLl.
1 1-1
tJ kttnu&uturrra U Pra aod OompotltWa CatAuft
' ' Vinished Hr&wi Wurk ut til lieainuUout,
It.iw fti . j mi- e t' ,
Elects -Plating and (JiliJ
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STENCIL CUTTINC. &C
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