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7 wnwr, pw WiW, Mat
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erui ( ATrtlinif by the Square.
On t mciLthi J8 (10
Dm " month )S 00
9m u month! 10 00
3d ' HBontln- S 00
On iqun I wk..a 00
On . " 1 nak... 1 n
On , , fdky... 100
On v ' tdajt... 74
On ' ' 1 Inurilja KA
0m 1-Bontb. . t 00
Diiplarel: kdTtrUitiuoM blf more Urn th bort
AdwrUjemint' letded tnd'plutd to th eolamaot
All uutlon require to b pobllUxl kT Uw, legal mto.
v.ks ifh uiiwaoiaatiyutrthnntlrak
prctn;.orthoihbo nlm; but ill look Wll
ppear 1 the Tri-WU without chaff
. ttif5eit" 0rdaioeHiig Cftimta, poryear, In
III. ISOpor Una; ouulile a..M..'.. : a.-
Wotieaaof mattingi, eliarltablc ooiftloa, Bra oompanla
., half nrlc. .i ..." . - .
tronsiiiti iniwrtlanaiiiri aid k u.liT a .U
lit run will not banrtaafra.
Wackly.iama prioautha ail. wbara tha anrttaai
o" the Waaklvalon. Whtra 'b Dally an4 Wekl
r both ukkI, then the ehtrje larth Weakly will fca
! the rate ef the Dally v . T-
no aunrusameni utn except lot a definite period.
BUSINESS , CARDS.
F. A.-B.- SDUKDIS,
Attorney at Xctw
AND NOTARY. fUBLIC. .
Omo-Aiub,i Bulldlp oppoatta Capitol Bqtura. '
. " . ';, . , ; ;:X1 OOMJMBUS. OHIOj
Attorney & Counsellor at LaW;
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iiachinc ilauufaclnring Gompaij
AUDI AOTUUM Of
STEAM ENGINES & BOILER
CAftlnge, KmwlBg, Kwhinary. " t.
A1IO,' - -..
or iriaT pnoaurtioii'.",''':;
' COIiTJinJBpflf OHIO. '
11 iiiS2ft;rJati:M' J'.-Ai'l
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1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Conoectlnc at Oreatllni with tba VITtBBURQH, It.
WATNI t 0DI0AQO AILBOAD
for ritfbwrgh, fMadtlpUa and Jtattimon. ' Mto
for fort Wayn and Oilmen.
CoDNtIsf at OlereUad wlla the I.AKI IU0KI BAIL
' BOAD ' ' "
Fr Danklrk, nffaai', Albany, Bos-
. THREE TRAINS DAILJ,
...BX0BPT 8DNDAT,' i'- i
from Colombo, la oanctlon vllh Train on flu
WIE HI I A III I AND COLVflBDl
NIGHT EXPRK8B.LTe Oolunbai at 3.40 A.M ;
- pwwupii t an aiauona ouia oi uaiiun.
atop at Dataware, Aabley, Cardington and Ollrad, and
at allaUUosa north of Gallon, arrlTlng K OleTeland
at 9:0a A. at., Dunkirk 3:00 P.M.. Baiialo 4.2 P. II.
Albany I.W 4.41., Mew York 8:MA. M.. Boaton 8:30
r. at , riuaoorgn Tia uraatllna lit) p. M , Phllad!'
phla 3:10 A. M. Chlcairo tU Creaillne at 7tK) P. H.
OONDTBAJJf, ,? -v
nw tobk SXPBISb Leave Oolnmbua at 11:10
UI top atLewla Centre, (for White 8u!.hur
K""n;i 'w, varaingion, uaiion. Ureatllne, Bliel
by, kaw Loudon, Welllnttoa acd Grafton, arrive al
Oleeelaad at 1:33 p. a. Dnnkrtk, S:4u p. m.i Unt
fala, lusitf p. Allny, M a. at.; New Xo.k, 1:44
S. ai. Beaton, 4:4 p.m. Thla Train aonneotaat 8hel
y for Baodu.ky, and at Oiatton for Toledo, arrtTlng at
Tokedo at t:4V p, mi , ,
tniBD train. ' ft: ;
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Learea Oolnraba'a
at i ,30 p. m. Will awp at all MaUon Booth of
blly, and at Hew London. MTellloirtoev 6rafton,
and Derea; arriving at tilevelwd at i:30 p. m i Jjqd
klrh, i:0. iji.i Buffalo, laoa. m.; Albany, 8 :o p. ra.;
4a 0rtllxie.at 11.U p. n.j PhlbvlHpbla, LOO p. m.
Ohleago, via Creetlla 0: a. m. lhi Train eonnecta
" tot BIiaV tl Toledo, arriUng at Toledo
at KM p. at. V 4 iai'- .f , ;..;
Patent Sleeping Cm are run onfall
Kignt Tiaini.to Chieago, Kew: 1 i.
" York .and Bwion, x m'v
anav C?it& llreMqhtt Jim lbrtan& Bottm
via (Mvtiand: alto, la JPkUaMpKia and
Jtv Tort via OraaUena, ; jU
RETURN JNG.,i .- .,.r
. HIhtlipreaaarrlTaaatColajnbaa.tl:13P. M.
Oiitelaaatl kBpreaaartlT at Oeluaiba at 10; JO A. M.
AatxaaaMdatloo Bxpraaa ante at Coluaabiu at 7:30
If . '- - , i . . i
Far aa A,w
a by any thtr ptitt,
Atk for TtekU via Crt$tUmtr Qniuii.
Saperiotaaaaat, Carve land, OU. '
. JAMEB PArTIKSOS. Arent " .'
Ooloabna, Jna 17, 1861. on . " '
nr. CH OUEEN anr BLACK
TKAI 100 ban Drlaae Bie Oomo.' . .
I SO poakat old Data 0oaiaaBt Jaw Oot.
7 bagaCeyloa 0oB .i ii.e'a. o v i't i
SOObbla. (taBdard Whit eVaia,OTa1tntr btfe.
dred.Obroaned, OraaBteted Aaod B 0oe -SO
aaia tela Oeoige Baak Oadnab. o. n u
Obbla. Mea and Ma. 1 Mackerel. ' "!'''
tea. Plok Baboon.' .-t .'. . "r" ' "
100 ba. Layer Bawina,, - 'j Uil. tlK'4"
ftOkX. boado ,:da- -! -i ..r'-i-'Jid
lOOar.bosdo da ' ..k---
100 M Cigar, different biaadj and grade. -
M . C.- LI LLEYmCT
aiatl Ilajii-EooVKaioianttiTC :
BT0ITB CTJQH R&IZt,' COtlTatBTJI,1 OHIO
avril-dl ' . -!
Red, White Rd Bine
. Jepenedby . : ' X$Vi ' " X Rl
ayrm ' ;H. lontBBl4treet. '.
rum Hoor ikibt,
y 1 :V T' a
Wovts, nun aiaa ithstJ I '
Bbvw M received k ft nukd ef B00? SKItTB
laatBedkaatatMBU nperlor toinyyel latroooeed
ROYAL QtTAliTO DICTIONARY.
Te Moil Btlaw IIMMK An-
tkarlty of tha Englfah Laafaaffc.i
7THB BBBT INQLIBQ, DI0TI0M ABT ; BXTAKT."
1 , m:t
i kre npward of a Hundred Tboaaaad Word,
mmtlfarllHU BMakwi lUiAJMlMikM. IkMlh.,
et Mora tb prononeiauon are euarly
;. ; : fnoi)iii(i CptnaairWai.
thltttWuu of tA JKanler o Me Qftfe of
eowMT 4owtuefa .! j4;i,,
. Tfc. "''limed, member at the Ohio ItaU Teaohere'
-wooiauon, adopt aod aim o aae I teaohlne. wrlllna
and iPMalng, the oraboerapby aod pranooolattea of
worowter'a Boval Quarto Dictionary, and we moat oor-
rreommend It a tb moat reliable itaodard ao
tborlty of the BngUah laagoage, a It I now written and
J?" mvr, Preeldeot Kenyon College.
m Baperhitendent Zaneevllle School.
' t"0! - H, ctopn Mstallon Union School. .
a. P. OownaoT, Bap't Public tcheol. Baadaaky
'OHM LTwca. Bon't Pnhlla Bflknnu niMUriiu.
aUaroaa, Prtnelpel Olmlaad female Btmlaay
W. Hnoau. l kkH. w tt.i
Join OaDKM. PrinAlnftl u-.- W a. i u. .
ggjj ' - - . wim rnvtrnm wu.vi, wuiDr
GTKC BTaBOW. PrinKtnl rl.l.l. a.v1
ninMnH.ii " ' - ""- """"'I
H. B. MakTtir, Snp't Canton Unle tebool.
""2" m' Prioolpal UoNeely Normal School.
Jtu T. Tairan, Prof. Matbematiea, Ohio Unlveraity
Wit. W. BdWaBB. Hani Tm. Hnln
land! Bonun' o'f' Weat High lohooL Cleve-
I. A. nOkToa. Aaaaekta Wlru.n1 rflvli Ibduutl. flkn.
. , n
Taaoooia Btxlo, Principal High Bchool, Cleve
R. I. BoMlarow, Principal Cleveland Inatltata.
J. A. QAAfUtu, Prealdent at XlecUe Iaadtnt. Si.
ram. -r i . . . . .
W. L. Kami. Prof, af ntimtar. nhi v.i
ni?" H" Bx-Oemmlntloner of Common School,
Jam Momtoa, Prof. Rhetoric Oberlln CoUage
Tao. Box, Preeldent Antiooh Oolleee.
VJ. W. I H . flitlni, Damf U.,hM.tlM TftV
a . " r -" W MIU.UUHM1 HIUI
B 0. OlDHaAOn. Pwnf. T.anr.a TTlnti atVI
. M. BaaaW,8apnDnlnlhoola.Aahlan.
r-i ' n7,nr,, awon ma A'VHanpiMtMa Jtanoa
tort, ham mdorttd A aioee xatfemim -
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES! IN OHIO.
Maktirri Oouaaa ."Tfc u tniv a uniinii n.w
an honor w tba aathon pwbltanar, and. tba whoU
Onto WSSLBTAJI Vwrmnm Tl amMa mvnnuli.
uvdb. ii will OB BJ anma in Artliowranbw and nninnn.
etauon. ana; will often be eonealted by m for It neat
muraiB oennitiona." rnaldeal Ibompeoa.
, louoTio Coiiaea. "Heretofore we have ued
'fcS.!tJ,'lt decided to ehacpa It to eonform to that
Jr"!t'' Koyat Uuarto fiktliiary.,'r-Pratdnt
Vmrm Bavarn Count."! find It worthv of
nuai appioaauoo. rraaioent ultcnoocK. ,.
Oaaaruji OoLua.UM.oft blii rivu eVaata Mrnj..
Uoaa. I reenmmend II aa tha atandard anthorltv In
arthoepy 14 my children and my paptl." Preeldent
. r v.
Airnooa Ocuaan.W! adont and aha ta ax In tMh.
mg, writing and aneaklng, the orthography and pronnn-
wavioBw woroeawra awyai unarto vicuonary."
In all Bt wrltln. BDaaklnv. and (Msblnw. T ban n,
deavorad to- conform to the rale for orthography and
.vDuuewaiion aa ooniainaa in n aniinra uuiunnin '
Hone Mann, lata Preoideat. : . . v t v ,
Kihtom OoiLBoa.aata-'Imiiatann1l11v mum
mood bt a the meat reliable itaodard aathority of the
BnglUh bugnaga aa It la now written and ipoken."
'SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS, OF OHIO.
ttom i?t. tiM0 SmftA, OmmUttoatr ef Common
j amootm w vmat -.
Tb IXetlonarr I aa baoerlahahla eimnrnMl in iVi
learning and Indoatry of ita author, and an honor to tb
world of latter. The mechanical azeontloa la far anna.
rior to that of any other Lei loan wtth wbloh I am ac
quainted." , -
B. B. Bamty. Zk-Qmuntitionar of
reliable itandard authority of tha an-
Newapapera of Ohio Say.
JrVem (A CUvOand Berald if MarcA 39 J
Tb orthography of tha Woroeeter Dlctlooaiy I that
aud by meet, If not nil. anther of dieOnctloa In thla
oontry and Kngland, and eonform to the general uage
ui oruinary vrinri anaapeaaera. (
Whatever prejudice may have ex la ted prarlendy, a
careful atady ef thla volum will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of It great merit, aad a) dealr
to add It to the wall (aleetad library, b II large er email,
It la a library tnlteelf, and will laaula aa lapeiiaha
ble record of thelearoingof luoompller.'-' -I .-.. , ..,
trim IA QincinnaU Oommrvial of AprV SO.
Here are upward of a hundred thowaaad word 'good,
bad and Indifferent who moltlfarloa meaning and
derivation, together with their eorreot apelllng and pro
nunciation, are, aet clearly before the eye. The work 1
anqoeatlonabia the greatet Theiaani of Xngllab Word
Tr pabilahed - y
Jrom O CUvUmd ftotndtaUr efSipt. 10, 1880.
" Xvldently WeRcsTrne'i BoTaL QuaBto Dlmo)tiT U
net only (Aa tat, Im tKt aarr wor of W tiful tw it
tusd . and can by no pomibUlty (offer by ecmparieon or
oontroftraym I . i ...
from t4 TbUao Had of May 19.
Aa to raotrcBoiATiaB. Wauitm rk m RTxwnian
followed by oof beat antnorat In definition he leeveo
aoibing to be dell red. aod la OBTHoaWAj-n It a lufflctenl
to eay that WoacaaTTBB. aaa bo aafeiy followed.
1 INOnABI Ac BBAGC.
riibllaaora, Bka)Uernt Statlaaera,
s J0. 1W 8UPBRI0R ST., CtlTBLAND, OHIO.
THE' MUTTJfAL BENEFIT '
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
oai JSw,-JrJJi aai al
. f i .
DlTlfendiaaary 1, isei.ASJParOant.
--I Statanieat Aaunaary -1881 r"".' '.
Balance, per Itatiment Jan. lit, 18gOw.,e3,00,30i 19
njoeaivea lor rreminma our- ,M , 'n-
ln( the tear ffifO. 7C3,0M 9 , ,-; : '( i i --.
Baeetved for Intereat during . .
tba year leoo ............ 814,014 la )3 . , v
tent! teeelntaifor 1880. ... I977.u7 . w "i ,
Paid Poliole aorren- .
" dered ...... ,...-4f,lll f"
ram caianea, rov
age, raxes,- ax- t t , -. ; i
ehante.ro.. I'.. S1.8S0 34
Paid Ooamlaatond to
Agent .. S1.333 30 ,
PaM Phyalolan' fee. 5,00 7 i t 3
Paid Aanultlee...... W17 00
Paid Dividend dar- T;ir T
;mUi year,,.,.. 108,300 JS W.091 C5
,;:. v-....i I A8BBI8.
Oaahon k4....i ,,
Bond aad Moetaageeoa kVeal
..awawev worm ooable tb
leaned. .3Jtti H
Premtaaa Rotea, aa to lie lea
Is force, only drawing per
--i.il 5- r
oent. tntereai.. lTTOPM 17
Beal BUie......i....w-'; W8SI BT '''
LoenaoBBcrtp...... ....... . (,931 44 .
rvenuaaaa,aiuiwaaiao vaaa, in
coon of tnoamlMlon.... . 4SJ41 73
Total Aaats..4 81818JM 30
T8T5 landed to ioroa, toarUg. aA9e.fi39
1,4 new Polld bar beea laaaed dartng tb year.
'"Iftar'k careful ealcalatloa of lb piaaurt wara of thd
ntatandln Pollele of the Company , and having tha
aexwMnrv aapeal In reaerv thorefor, ah Dlfeatora
have aeelared a Diwinem of 43 per cent, on the Preml.
aaa paid al lb tab! rat, to all poltaie for 1H In fare,
laaaed prior la January 1, 1M0, payable pcoordisg to Uw
rwTui ru I ui uiw vowawamy.
Bate tor alt kind ef Lite Contuiforjalee, Protract
m, ttatawjanta, and Applleatlona, will be furnubed
wiTHooBemjtae, el, toe Office or Agencleiof ,th Com-
Dane. ! .' ' i . ft ---.-. .
' 0 d I 0BT v- ATT1R80B, President.
I 1 1. O. eiWVBR, Tie PrwhtenL
BISJ, C. AtlLLER. Beeretan. -v.
w ' A. U. AtJSKSOri, Jevnt,
4 ! venae Block,
Phil.?.. "ir-FIOCatiSD" BLACK
. DRIBS SILAS, of evwrv grade. Tb moat aim
aMCrtaaeul la t) elty, aod at aav! iwaaonable rata.
- i S.vl ' . - . MAtA. attf rn
iwv wwwip aniane
. -''V '
Ayef s Ssabarilla
A compound remedy, dcirignecx to be tha most
effectual AUirativ that can bo made. It it
r concentrated extract of J'ara Sariapatilla,
to combined with other aubsUucei 'of still
greater alterative power ai to afford an ffcc
tire antidote for" the dlseaogs Sanoparilla ii
reputed to cure. It it believed that uA a
remedy ii wanted by thoia : who aufler from
Strumout complaint, and that one which will
accomplirh their cure must prove of immense 1
aervice to uiu largo claas of our auiictea loiiow
citizeni. How completely this compound will
do it hot been proven by experiment on many
of the worst caiet to be found of the following
complainU : "' - .
SonorviA and ScnoPvtows CourtAiNH,
Eboptioms and Eruptive Diseases, Ulceus,
Pimple,' Blotchm, TuMona, 8alt-IIiibom,
SOAU IJjEAD, SrPRlTiT akt Stphihtio Af
pbctions, MnncuniAiDisL'AiB, Dkoi'st, Nbu-
RALOIA 0K TlO DoDLOVttSBX, pBllUlTT, Dl8
PBPBIA AND INDIOBITION. ltTafPtUA, RoB
on St. ANTiiomr' Fn, and indeed the whole
clasf of complaints arising teexn . Ixpukitt or
TKi Blood. . . . -,
Thia compound will M-jWtnd A gfle.it pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring', to
expel the foul humor which fester in the
blood at that season of tho year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in tho bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of (hit remedy, spare themselves from
tho endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
Bores, through which the system will strivo to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
tliis through the natural clumneld of the body
by on alterative medicine. ' Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or tores; cleanse it when yoa find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleans it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
You when. Even where no particular disorder
it felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. : Keep the
blood healthy, and all i well ; but with this
Eabulum of life disordered, there can be no
tsting health. . Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and tho great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves mud), the
reputation of accomplislung these ends. But
the world has been egregious! deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue -that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of .Samparilla,
or any thing else. . . - w . i
During lata years the publio have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give A quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar, Aloet
of these have been frauds upon the tick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla. but often no curativa nronartie whatev.
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use. of the various extracts of
Saraaparilla whioh flood tho market, until the
namo iticlf is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla,' and intend
to eupply such a remedy as shall rescuo tie
name irom the load of obloquy whicn rests
upon it. . And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are Irresistible
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is Intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
i i . i- . .
uu juuiuuiuiy miwu uucuruuig iu uirccuons on
the bottle. .
DR. J. C. AYEIt St CO.
LOWELL7 MASS. - '"
Price, 8)1 per Bottle i Six Uottlee for $3.
AyerY Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself udt a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Compliant, that
it is entirely unnecessary for ns to recount the
evidence of it virtues, wherever it hat been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant nse
throughout this aeetion, we need not do more than
assure the neonle its aualltv la kent un to the ht
it ever has been, and thitt it mny be relied on to
do for their reliof all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
r FOR TUB CITES 07 '
Cotlivenea, Jaundice. Dvspeosia. Lidiaestioiu
Dytenteru, Foul Stomach, Eiynpehs, Headache,
Pik$, Rheumatiim, P.ruptions and Skin Diteates.
Liver Complaint, Dropty, Tetter, Tumort anil
Sail Rhnim, Worms, - Gout. Neurafaia. oi a
Dintur ftll, and Jbr Purifying tin Blood. '
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take thorn pleasantly, and tlicy are the
best aperient in the world fur all the purposes of a
family physic. ,
frioe 25 cents per Sox ; Fivo bozos for 1 00.
Great numbers of Clercrmen. Phvsictans. States
men, and eminent perrmnges, havo .lent their
names to certify the unparalleled ruefulness of these
remedies, but our spaco here wiVl not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not b nut off bv unnrlncinled dealers tvitli
other preparations thev maka mora nrolit on.'
Demand Atee's. and taka no other. The aiek
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have It. ..... , ,
AU our romedies'are for sale by . , -
' ROBKRT8 a BAMTJBT. flnlnmWn.
And by Dnurirlsa and Dealers everywhere. ,
CAKADIAS & UNITED STATES MAIL
. TO ANA A'ltWifl 1 .:
a Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' The Montreal Ocean Bteamahlp Company's Bratla
powereauiyae-Muii steamer tall over Data
II r day from PORTLAND, earning the Canadian and
Cnltad Bate Mall tad pasting!.
H0RWB8IAN, NORTH AMBRI0AH,
B0HBMIAN, , . ANQLO-8AX0N.
NORTH BRITON, ' HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVA 8C0TIAK. ,
Snarteat. Cfeeapeat andQalckcatCon.
.. .... -.-. viaiesuM . i-,..
A1CEBICA TO AU FASTI OF XTO0FK.
RatM ot Paaawe to Euroix, -H
830, 860. 8SO.
Will sail from LIVBRPOOLa very Wed need ay,
and from QUI BBC every Saturday, aillni at
L0ND0NDBRBT, to receive on board and laoj Main and
Pwaengera, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Urines Bteamen are built of iron. In waraMfarM
compartments, carry each an axpanenoed Burgeon, and
every attention la paid to the comfort and accommoda,
uon or passenger. Aa they proceed direct to LONDON
DEBT, the gieat risk and delay of calling at Bt. John'
b avoided. . ',. i
Olasrow nawMnrjere are fumtihad with nan r..M
ticket to and from Londonderry.
Betam aoket granted at reduced rate.
OerUacatee laaaed for oarrvlne- to and brlnelnwaat naa.
senger from all tb principal towns of Great Britain and
ireuma.atredaoea rate, nyirti line of ateamen, and
by the WASUINQTON LIN 8 Of BAILINa PAOKBTB,
leaving Liverpool evtry week. .. . , , . ..,
eiftat Drafte for Al ana npward pay-
laud er Vvalea. '
for tann, sroly tt the Offloe. 03 HHna li.
ffATi New Vork, aad IB VVaTLH sr..
Aikverpool, , .
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[From the Special Correspondence of the London
The War in America.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 5, 1861.
'Lot oi only bold or till October aud e are
safe." TUt, or tomeihins like it. was eaid to
me over aoa over again in the South by men
who pl&y no inconsiderable part la the mystery
drama of the Confederate!. And whan I ,.b,i
ooe of these gentlemen, more than- two month
go, wnai onunoe there was of the North giv
ing: be Sooth all that time, I was answered al
most in tbeto words, "We are bound to bo to
the astistaooe tf TrgIriiai..Tiie whole of the
northern frontier-abouods In. good positioii,
which can be fed by the rail from the South.-w
Tba Abolitionists will come and give us battle.
We are certain to whip ihem if-they a tuck us,
and the North will thea learn It can't at once
overruu u a it fancied. - The loaders will
pause, .: iDere will be a reactiwu up there We
win wore an me Harder and all the better fur
oar victory, drilling- outng and eoBsSIlrTatlDg
our resources. Tne Northern cities will. be.
come dliconlfnted. Foreign nations will ask
when the cotton port are to be open.' The
North will have bo reply. We shall be hotter
able to Bghtla Norember thao wo thall bo to
fight in June. Every week'a delay will arid to
the oomplieatloug and weakness of tho North,
and the end of tbe year will find them-fartber
from tbeir aim than ever dlvidone hi their
councils, even tlUturbaooea io tbtir pup-natiooe,
while we, inspired by tbe approach of saecesn,
will exhibit lncreein; energy and unanimity."
A part of tbe programme has been already ac
complished, but ;t does not follow that tbe re
mainder of tbe prophecy will be fulfilled with as
much nicety. So far tbe result of tbe aoiipn of
the 91st has been the prolongation of the war in
Amerioa. Tbe effect it may bare bad abroad
will be known in a few days more. It is plain
now that (he Confederates were not only really
unable to pursue tbeir advantage, but that they
were not at first aware of its extent. They suf
fer from deficient transport, aod are better pre
pared for defense than for attaok. , Their army
was almost as much"f0aed,'! to BoanEog!ib
word In at American way, as tbe Federalists, if
.be reports are to be believed of copfuslonV
wavering,; aid retreat In Ibeir rinksand of
tba paetlouata exertions of tbe officer, as well
aaof tbeir losses.- Io faot, the Confederates
stand before the world stripped of a good deal
of the strength of which they boasted in actual
oumbersj and it Is a poor cover to tbeir weak'
naes to out forward tbe aawriion that nnlv a
small portion of tbeir force was engaged, when
it io uuiuriou i am taey nau scut to all quarter
for reinforcements, and, above all, when it Is
considered that, by usIdc all the men at tholr
disposal, tbey could bare forced the mass of tba
reoeraitsi army to surrender prisoners of war,
and have iocupled the Capital.- Their oner
lions up , to this time indicate hesitation and
want ot vigors but it it just possible they may
ue jui-pariug iu ainae some great diow. . .
y a , a .... .-m. .... . a. , a t
The President is now vested with most extra
orainirj powcrj.iuch as Were' never beard of
neiore, txcept under a virtual despotism, be
cause by a recent bill he is epabled to dismiss
officers at pleasure, without giving a Court oi
inquiry, uut tbe evil was enormous. Every
wnera id trie same story. .At Newport tbe
troop nave oeen in a state or mntiuy; tmeers
have ebot soldiers in self defense. Demoraliza
tlon prevailed largely in Bmler'e force, and tbe
men bad Burned down part of tbe pretty village
of Hampton. . Tba day before yesterday a eol
dier shot a eomrade in tha street, oloaa to the
spot where ( was staniiiDg one -oi many simi
lar oases. Tbe officer may not be reepooeible
for ali this.but tbey are to be blamed for a good
deal of the disorder. As a treat for Prince Na
poleon, whole passing bit time here very quiet
ly, tha Washington papers propose that be
should be Invited to review tbe army by General
mcueiian, nut 1 do not think be will be asked
to do anything of .'the kind.. A few months
hence tna suggestion would be less distasteful.
Aproptt of tbe Prince; it may be worth meoiion
ing that when the President entertained him
tba Other evening at tbe Wbito House tbe band
treated bim no leas than twice to the "Mirseil.
laise." Lord Ljone, M. Mercfer, and all tbe
Ministers were present, but, owlne to soma n.
explained reason, the Chevalier Bartinatti, Min
ister of tbe ; King -of Italy, was cot invited,
which Is all the more curious on account of tha
Prlnce'a connexion with the House of Same
Oa Sunday tba French Minister, M. Mercicr.
gave a diutfer at bis bouse, where the Prinra" u
residing, 'to the Cabinet Ministers, at which
Lord Ljoct and the foreign representatives were
preeeniii at well .oa Mr. Sumner and other
distiognlfhed j persons. The vapid air of the
Lapital la, tojf cely ruiaed: by the Priocv'a prea-
Aa a proof of the erand fiha which ara man.
rjfaelured brie, and of tbe' way in which tin..
suoceed, U may bt mentioned that Geo. Scott
waa deceived i by the statement that Con flm.
ate troops bsd desecrated Mount Vernen, sd far
mat no issuea an order, not remarkable for ex
cellence of composition, though full of fcelioir,
oalling en the United Statea troops to respect
tbe place in case thev should be called on tn no.
copy tb roundd. The Con federates were nev
er were at an, ana L,aay lieorglna Fane and a
lady who it traveling with her had no difficulty
u (juiu5 iuu imuruiug-iiuurr inej escort Of a
British subject. The tendency', 6r rather tba
habit, of saying the tWcg. whioh it not, and of
putting out of all proportion to the-truth, tbe
thing that It, has been so developed by the war
that one of tha moat respectable iouruala in tha
city gravely aod seriously leeturea the whole
nation on Its Indifference to truth aod Its Invet
erate love oi, exaggeration, in language which
would, ba resented with aoiiaouy il it-were
used by a atrancer . Criticism is al VIM rBAfir..
ed by the criticised uulest it be all suearaud
treacle, aud Of all people tba moat difficult to
please are those who are vain. Irritable, unfor
tunate and conceited. The voieet wblcb come
from tbe other aide of tho Atlantic eaanot be
agreeable to A race above ail things emulous af
military prestige. "Qsfaf tphippia bo$." lit
will get item and have to pay lor them present,
ry; but la what will President McClellan differ
from Napoleon III except in tenure of offioel
Tbe United Statet army aod aavy will be made
wormy oi ine young tcepnDiio, and tq their
hearts men rejoice at tha proepeota of a ''a-rons
Government," Whioh must come, though tbey
cannot see how, out of the present conflict
.; Iar4 not qutieeer tain that thesllenoe which
baa obtained io Europe in reference to the con
flict will not soon be resented as an impertinence
and tn losultipg affeotatlon of Indifference to
that wbloh Amerioana regard as the greatest
oo n test tba world has ever teen.' No cue can
be bonastly Indifferent to .the insult, for tbey
must affect Europe, just aa anv treat rilstnrh.
andoe In any State mutt produce an lmpreeIon
on the rest of the world.', Ills useless to say
that we are; hot jealous of- the grandeur and
glor bf tbe ..United States, for the Datioual
yanity wuuiu rvgaru we tuiug tt impossible.
I Via, iodeed. Impossible to regard with indiffer.
enoe tbe fight wbioh bat suoh enormous inrarxta
tod great principles Involved lathe luue.but
Ivu unfortunate for the Unlte4 Statea that it
haa by lurnt affronted nearly .every Government
Id Europe, and left lo-itaelf onlv tha
fiumpatbiei of the people for those hv' inn...
neiore tneoj at me irienaa ot liberty There
- - . ,-, . . " . . - v a' a aaa a
iwonw tuirg; w d nam aooui oivu wart thev
uu uu f.v uuKj. i aa in . prvouuio mat ma "ex
oeptloutliim," if on may use the word or
which tbe Americans rather pride, themselves,
will prevail in the oate of thaetroggle between
North and South- " Each of tbe contending par
ties, however, believes It it sure t win. - The
voloet front the South are, to. be euro, rather
aeaueneo, ana tboie or tbe Worth are swollen
and blown out., through penny trumpets aud
brass whittle, but there it ttlll raaeoa to think
that botb are bent on "having it out.' And,
indeed tha North must da ro, even if separation
tomee, for there would not and could not ba aa
honorable peace If it followed an. -unavenged
eteat la oonteti wherein the viotere bad an
BOuBeed beforehand that their' Opponents were
' 1 waBn-mmaaaam.w-BwawnBaw.BaB - t
aestuute oi courage and manhood.,. It, would
not be possible for tbe North to Jive on terms
of decent amity with tbe South If the leaders
on both, side . vera . to agree to peace
to-morrjw. The violence and triumphant jubi
lation of the conquerors would render, it a mere
armistice of short duration. "Thoj- who can
tee the reconstruction of the great Republic! la
tbe warring element of this great lOonvuleiba,
most believe ii) some oeif utoiuio thairy.and in
eoroe tottl eheminry of political alflufties.
As I paaaidtlia State Department ' the other
diy, I oosctvedeu the ground great eelumoe of
marble In wooden, cufflu like cases, lyisg by tbe
roadside, Near the White. House there wat
elmilas food for- ruins. ' Above the unflnlehed
dome of tbe Capitol rises a great machinery of
scsfloldaKe and leverage, motionless and life
le$a, aud, around the very building in which
fcouawr and Representative keep high debate,
lie tbe vast fragment which at tome future day
ar teeanti,o aupplemei.t arch and dome tbe
iue pi a conception not jet brought iuto being;
I bereare, then, two sorts of ruins those of
tDlrlg which is not yet, and may never be at all.
U was strange to tee that ell tbe effect of tbe
work of jeart could ba produced by the mate
rime oi work: unaccomplished. The publio
buildings Of Washington ara anprnurwltul holn.
they ate completed by the evldencet of what
iuov imui do wheu tbey thall have been de
stroyed', ' B-fure the Republic hat finished iu
temples, the worship of the deities lo whom
iany are steeled it assailed by terrible heresies,
i no vapitoi can never see within ita dome the
Scnatotsand Deputietof the Union, of which
it seems no Inapt type io its ajDlriuar looom-
pletenuss. Can any evert, of tbe Powers moat
menaced tnd affronted by the Republic rejoice
iu i'.q roBiuruueH anions- ina iraompntaT
talnly Ensland hat not bv wnrrl np rTo.nl mllhln
ber borders exhibited a trace of the pisslons at-
A:u.. ...lat a
. - -
The Hungarian Question.
The London Saturdau Renieto thna
the situation of affjirs in Hungary:
"Unless the AuatriaoB succeed In their in
trigues with the Sclavonio subjects of the Hun
garian Crown, the foroible aeparation of tha
kingdom 'cannot be much lunger delayed.
There it great rUk in the commencement of
an outbreak, but an losurrection would be irre
sistible If only it bad tbe opportunity of coo
tolldatlng itself for two or three months. : A
foreign war would almost insure tbe success ei
Hungary; tnd It may cot be impouible to per.
suude ion i go allies to give the signal of not
tllities. Jo 1843, tho Hungarian broueht a
large regular-army into tbe field; tod tbeyde-
maica tue Ausuiuos in teveral pitched battle,
without themselves incurring any correspond
ing reverie. Io tbe ntxt coofliot, tbey will be
subjected tb more serious diffiouitiaa at tbo out
set, for they havo do longer an army of tbeir
own, or au organized government,-and their
(or tresses are the banda of tha enemy. r Yet
their materials are tbe same: thev can ultimata.
ly rely on ,the aid of their countrymen in the
army; and thelr 'own divisions have been al
most obliterated 'through tbe wise nse wbloh
tbeir leaders have made of accumulated Aus
"Well-informed Hungarians confidently rely
un ids support oi tne Sclavonic popn'ation
wmcn In eunie districts inclined during the
former war to tbe side of Vienna. Tha differ
aoces of races wilbin tbe kingdom are happily
not complicated, as in other countries, by relig
ious oiesensions, lor in Hungary Koman Catho
lics and Protestants love their eonntry more than
tbey bate the members of a rival communion.
Ncvertbeleae, tba risk of Internal division can
not be salely overlooked aa long at tbe Austrisn
government; confidently reckons on the support
of Transylvtaia and Croatia. ' The Hungarian
Diet baa, irom the commencement of the ses
sion, been employed In anticipating 'Austrian
attempt to excite tbe jealousy of the non-Magyar
subjeots of the crown. Although the Diet,
in its incomplete state, declines all positive iee-
lslation, a committee appointed to consider the
relations of tbe various races has Drenared a
report which will b practically respected as a
law; ' ' , , -. -i-
."Equal rightt have been secured to all classes
by tbe measures ol 184d, and it seems that tbe
principal grievances which remained related to
the competing claims of 'different languages.
Down to the present generation, the difficulty
was evaaea oy tne oinciai usear Latin, and con
elderable discontent waa -iettwJ--emtm;-the
ociavonie inhabitants by the substitution of Ma
gyar io the debates of the Diet. It woold, how
ever, be absurd, under present circumstances, to
conduct tbe debates of a sovereign assembly in
a ueau language, As it it ncoessary to make
a choice, tha Hungarian It retained In tbe
ditcursioDB of : tbe ' Diet, - nor eould any
competing dialect have been reasonably pie
ferred. All tbe races which inhabit Hungary
aad iu dependencies, with the solitary excep
tion or the baxon oolouy In. Transylvania, dis
like the German language as a symbol of for
eign domination. It is out of tbe a&eatiou to
prefer tbe Croatian or Tranaylvauiau dial ecu
to tne Magyar, and, en tbe whole, tbe com
mittee could scarcely have proposed a less ob
iectionable plan, unices It were thuueht exnedi
ent to allow every speaker in the Diet to use
the language which he might prefer. Such a
compromise aa thai proposed seems the more
unobjectionable, as -it Is to be applied to the
oonntry aseemblea and to all municipal bodies.
w pea two municipalities nave occasion to com
municate 'with one another, tbey are to use tbe
Hungarian language, unless they agree In pre
ferring some other dialect.' Tho details of the
scheme are neither interesting to forelenera nor
easily understood, but It ie evident that the In
quiry has been iusUtuted And conducted In a
aplrit of conciliation and erood faith. .
" ibe contest for the willing allegiance of the
soiavomo races in Hungary raises tne most Im
portant qnrttions which are now at Issue be
tween the Emperor tnd his Hungarian subject.
If tha Don-Magyar population desires freedom
and independence, it will be more prudent to
form a part of a powerful nation than to be
maintained as Austrian partisans In chronic
hostility to tbe majority of Hungarians, it is
possible, however, that jealousies of? language
aua oi netgnooroooa may prevail over lesal
right and poutioai expediency." . . ' ... .
-....--! w aaa .j i
..American Bjard or Missions. Tbo Board
will bold lit fifty-second anniversary at Cleve
land, Ohio, oa Tuesday, October, Uu The- re
ceipts for July were $50,389 88. . The amount
irom tbe let oi Auiuat, lew, te tbe tame 88'
rlod lalSGl.wti $i84oi4a. This is the total
amount -for tbe year of twelve months. Tbe
tabular view of the mission foa the year 1860
shows, at H stations and 81) oat-atatlona, 18
churches, with 644 members, of whom 30 were
received dnrtng the year SS eommon school,
with 533 male andlSSfomaleDunila.. Tha Mint
ing for the year, In four different, languages,
amuuuteu ew aav.uuu onpiea or oiuernt DOuaS,
tract anu papers, ana w at,ow pages.
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Linen Table Cloths and Batia Damuka.
' lAata Towels with colored border.
""y-i1- ' UoenBuirOovermaaaBtlOTaariiirha.
,! ib8" 'i'jj ' sW :ot f Booth High ttreet?'
M. .'V, Ua JK8TANI JllLlBf
n and P,BRHANltN OUiSJ ef U e
.' ..,'JI"18 aoapatat aaa .
Wft)'nf 4 Mr ai.iv O Ii..-'
B B OJI CU I A"t 6 1 6 i E T T E f
aadeliya B. BuvkiotJil CO VfW Nai.'si'.TS,
- rnoe 1 per (art 'eent Wee by-pott. "r
u;Vt oa'.'bavi, A"Att vBranitv t
,.a,or-dAwUr it.i ! ivHi a V
5O N N KTB, U1BUIII TABy.AND
UWlUXi.m sVle,iun opned by. . 7;.
.. at vviM ' BAIN a BOB,
j . . .
for all Throat and Luna flomnLut. k..t... i.i.
meat perfect reealu. Waoorwo Oeooa, Ohbobw aaa
Ooaaioa Cooona, Baoitoaaak jca TaaoAT OoarLaun
Jlway tororuniwr of Couaaaiption. Aa a Booraiaa
8raer K baa no aprior. freed from all Oplat. or
Baetlc properties, ma; be need by most delicate cuoatt.
tutlona, aad witb perfect confidence. . .. ... . .
jiuj'-t l L-iatT . " i'tflit '
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TriTH A XTnTivraTf
. i iviiu,invijiiri,
Tm fl aaa test Navoaat OruTa eves oBered- to the
world, oonuinlng not a particle of Opium, nor any auu
stance but iu striotly vegeable and medical properties.
A sure Remedy for Nkobalou, KnaoaaTtaM, Ooo,
Toots aaa B.a Acna, Oaraaaa,. Aoaa oa Hav fivea
and all miaor Nervous Complaint. ,
- f aa Laea or 8lut, and Headache lif ail id varieties,
It ha no equal, and to which moat nndaabted tea tm out
al are offered.
. foa Dauaioa TaiMena It I a moeTTJerfEot remetly-
foa Bowbl GoatiuuT, after removing (he pais H a-;a
aa aphysle, a moat important ovntrast wUh the atatUi."
tory effects ol Opium. ' . .
To Physician, Ponaola and Trial Bottle will be seat,
and te Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pamphlet wlthHut
Prepared undar the spucial aprviin of . -
I. " w JOHN L. HDNNEWELL.
:.-.t, i'n , cBsnurr.itn misauaannp
Be B Commerelal Wharf, Button, afts
; To vhom please dlreot all oommaolcaUsBSi. . .
Pi Ices Large Cough ftomedy.SO ecats per bettl ' '
Bmall ' 85 " .
Tola Anodyne, 'id
for sale by the usual wholesale aad retail dealare
K0BBBT8 tMMUXL, N. B MARPB
JOHN B. COOK, ........ I. M. UHNItt
t O.WlINia 80N8 1 A.J. BOHUBLLKB AS4M,
may!7-wly Agent for Columbui, Ohio.
N"oi ,4 Gwvnne Bit iV k ;
:H STONE &' 6'HAiiKA -
ABBNOW HECEIVf NGTalErtl Wt'i
IKS GOODS, and Invite the public to Inepett
them. Ro such stock of Goods ha ever been brought to
thla market, i The South, lo eooeeouence of the f.ilnn,
f tn grain prop, ha not been able to purchase the u
aaiquaamy -oi ncn gooaa, and tntr faet has forced tht
Importers to aell them at public auotion. Our bnyei
(Mr. Stone) being In New Tork at theaa Lire aalea. took
advantage of them, and wv can and will aell our goo-ii
nare, at kta man any one who pu rchaaed two week altic:
paid for them in New York. Our stock Is comple'. iu
every depertmenlof : . - "
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,-.
. B ROCHE VAtENCIAS;
' PRINTED MERINOS,' '
' ' 7'1 ; fl l' PRINTED COBURGS
'" - I " ..-.DYED COBUGSy..
BLACK ALPACAS '
. . ORLEANS, -
i ... i fancy woven fabrics,
;,n ; ALL WOOL DELAINES,
- - . POPLINi. PRINTS,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
'Bought in One Day,
Man'a,Ldlaa and Children Coder Shirt and Drawer. '
Ladles, Uiiaee and Children' Hosiery of ail kind, la -.
Wool and Lamb Wool; Pleecy Lined and Cotton Glove:
of arery make.
'."."t! ' alto I
A complete assortment of all the nual vari'v
ties of .. .... t .. t .
" - CASSIMEREH, "
' , ' OVERCOATINGS,
" ' RIEB0N3, -
ladies and Geat'i Linen Cambrio Eand
jT kerchiefii, do., &c. ' ' '
To nenonwha call on a, w nlede aorworil. in '
show them the largest, best and oheaoe.t atc-a of iiuU,t.
ever asea lo thia market, er pay lb am on dollar par
boor while looking.
aea-uiyvutWKW. BTONB ft O'lIAKHA. ;.-
-. ' . - OF -- ' " '
Spring r'Sc ''Surrimer Millinery
1 The Stoolc Heplenlshort
FUO.ft LATEST IITIPOR T ATIUN Of
' NE W- YORK. 7 r '
. ' , -1. .. ...... .
: j - -. .i WT 8T0CK.01 , , , . . , ... -
Spring & Guiaxaer MiUinery
i Xlaoweomptote, eomprhlng every variety of Mllln:'
ery; also,, large aasortaent of- Bmbroiderttl Hosiery
aad Notion, to., and in quautitraeasd prices that can
net tall 1 satt all who mif favor as with a call. The
fo havo aeao bought at raBlppticcs, and will sold .
at a itaay adyaaco on. cost. ' ,
Misa M, E. ypUNG, late of New York Chj, '
will enperlnMI the Millinery Department, tier long
experience In the most Fashionable Establishment in
Broadway wll I alone M A warranty that aha will ba aUs
to give entire tatkfaotion In matter ef test to all whb
may favor her with their orders: p.'i 11; 1 i .'''.
:The Ladles of Columbus and vicinity will pteaae a,'
sept my sincere thanks for tbeir liberal patronage, aud
I woulil respeetfulIynllrHa continuance of the earn, ,
R. - H. WABB, ri v
' 69 Eliat Town ait..-eiaanbBa, Oi
tttawt cwTTMDtJi. X .'HBtfar t. oaimtDm -5
' S. VH.T CHITTENDEN r
' ATT0BNBT8 AT LAW. ' '
' ICi Dmeas, 8?8 Broadway New Tork City,' an 1
PaasoRs' Bou.oiita, Colamaoa, Oblov-r .' " 1
100aiefa1 attention palj to OollacUons. .. .... ; .
.' apHlStdttm,., t ' '-'
I Baltimore' Clotliifig Hotise. J ;
xriafci.fi' - tqxaxjba'
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AnruriiTi a hp wholoali oiALaU IB,
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tarnwesa uaaarv aita arowaaB.)
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Ary Asiortaaut ol Piaet aad famish lu
i , in i ui pmw a v 4.11
4 j ) it
dtwdar ConsUBtly ob Head.: ij -
ha 0 l b BRASd work s
Bad Uanafaetarari ef Bnw aud OompoalUon Castang .
ai nf a i,r,air,iwa mnh w"" wi icwnpuont.,
filectro Elating and! (lildinf H "
1 STENCIL, CUTTING, tJtC.
foblfJl-dly ' "