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VOL. VIII. ;NO;79:; NEf SEBIES.'
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OHIO, TUESDAY, MOElM. SEPT. 10, 1801-
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DAILY. TRI-WEKCLY AID WiEKlt
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) Bt A1TD PBOPBIITOKI,
IT Office Hoi. SB, 88 as 40, KorUi High St
TRRMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANOA. '. ' '
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ni square 1 yeai . . .$30 00
On ' U monlhe 18 00
One " a mouthi 15 00
1 ; ," 3 month! 0 00
- One -' 'i months 8 00
One 1 mouth. S 00
One squsr 3 vsk..4 00
On '. 8 WMki.. S 00
On " 1 week... 175
On ".. Stays... ) 00
On ; ' 9 day.., I 75
On ". . 1 Insertion 60
Displayed adrgrtlnmeots half more thn th abort
Adritlsemen.t leaded and placed In the column of
, Boecml Notion," MtA ordinary roAtt.
, All notices required to b published by law, legal rate.
par cent, more than th ebore rate; but all moh wll
ippear in the Trl-Wekly without charge. -
Business Cards, notexoeeding Are lines, per rear. In
lie, s 40 per line; outside S.- .
Ac, half prlre.
All tranritint adttrtitemmls mutt bt mid for in
tJoanc T-ie rule will not be raried from' .
Weekly, same price a th Daily, where th adrertlssr
e the Weekly alone. Whore 'ho Dally and Weekly
'are both used, then th charge 1m th Weekly will be
' aalf the rates of th Daily . ,
No adrertlsement taken except for a definite period.
F. A. Bf SIMHN8, ..,!
Attorney -At Ziaw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. '
(IffiMwABlhAtl Atell.liM ia! t siv m 'i
VH(1UIUK, W(iiUaUtg unpuoi square
Attorney & Counsellor at law,
Machine Manufacturing Company
MAHCf AOTOTMi OF y
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Outlnfi, KlU-Onrlng, Kaehbtry. j
ALIO, ' '
o nni Dtsoiirnoii. j
OHA8. AMBOS, Bnp'i. F. AMB0B, Traaj. !
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements,---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at Crestlln with th PIUSBUBQII, PTi
WATNB k CD IC AQO RAILROAD j
Mr nutturgh, fliiladelpMa and SaUimor. AlH
for Tort Wayn and OMeago.
Connecting at Clereland wllh the LAKB BHORI RAIL
ror Dnnklrk, Bnf fale, Albanr, Boa.
on, and New lorfc. ' j
THREE TRAILS DAILY, ,
RXCKPT BUNDAT, ' .. .
From Columbua, In connection with Trains on th
MTT1.K miAini AND COLUITIBII9
. AKD XEH1A RAICBUAPM.
NIGHT EXPRB3B Ltarea Columbus at 3.40 A, M r
will Inn hMMAMM .11 ... : .w . .
' t Bk' Mt(VU KUUl UUiffD.I
atop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardlngton and Ollead, and
at ausuuons north ot Oalion, arrlrlng at Olereland
at 9:00 A. M., Dnnklrk 3:00 P. M., BuSalo 4:25 P. M.
Albany 3.20 A. Id., New York 8.35 A. H., Botton 8:30
P. M , Pittsburgh rla Crestline 3:20 P. U , Pblladel
phli 5:10 A, U. Chicago rla Oreatlina at 7.-00 P. At. I
. 8K0OND TRAIN. .
NSW YORK EXPRK36 Leare Colnmbns at 11:10
a. m. Will atop at Lewis Centre, (ror Whit Sulphur
Spring!). Delaware Oardington, Oalion, Crestlln, Shel
by, New Londo Wellington and Grafton, arrlr at
Olerelsnd at 3:35 p. m.j Dunkirk, tk50 p. m. Buf
falo, 10:25 p. m ; Albany, N:45 a. m.; NewToik, 1:45
p.m.; Beaton, 4:40 . m . This Train oonneots at Shel
by for Banduky, and at (Marion for Toledo, trrtrlng at
MAIL AND AGOOMMODATIONLearei Columbus
at i.30 p. m. Will atop at all stations South of
Shelby, and at' New London, Wellington, flrafton,
andberca; arrlrlng at Clereland at S:30 p. m i Bun
kirk,:00a. so. I Buffalo, 3:20a. m.j Albany, S20 p.m.;
Newtork, 7ii0 p. m.; Boston, 11:45 p. m.: Pittsburgh,
via Crestlln, at 11:35 p. m.; Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Obicigo, via Orestline, 6:45 a. m.- This Train eouneot
at Shelby for Banduaky and Toledo, anirlnf at Toied
at 8:54 p. m. , , r.
Patent Sliepins; Cmro'i -on'ftU
, . Bight Trains to Chicago Sew :
York and Boston. , .;: ,v '
Chtclud Through to Kot York end Ronton
via uflwow; atso, to rnuaatlpMaand
-uw jurine inntM,
Night Exprcs arrlrta atColumbaa at... IMS P. M.' '
, (Jlnoinnatl Kxpreas arrlr a Oolnmlmf at 10:50 A.M.
Accommodation Rxpreaa antrae. -Columbus at 7:50
rare Uw aLaf anj tbr BiU.
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. r Bnparinundent, Claralaad, Oht. 1
.. . ... i JAMBS PATTBRSON, Agent, '''
Clumhu., Jun. nXu'
last Beotltodj ,. . ".",,: , .', ;,V,
OH 49BEEN BI.AFK
IV)J 1HAS 100 nags prim Rio Cone.
1 60 pooketa old Dutch QoTnanMni Jam Ooffenv
7 ft bag Ceylon Ooffe. .1 -1 ...-; .i
9 Ot bbla. itandard Whit Snare, otlsttng Pr
r orea,unmsoe, uraanmiM Aana si VcBcei
. 50 auintal Oeora Rank Oednsb j ' - 1 ' a-ci1
. BOlibls. Ales and No. i mackerel. ' -" 4 a
S tea. Pick Salmon. "i . ....."-"-"i "ll
lOOks. Layer RaMint. - 1 -i. i ' H '. ' .u 1o!!:
. BOhf. box do -. do r.,.tl. i., , ;(' ., )
lOOqr.bow do 1 do " U ' ' . .
IOO M Cigars, different brands and grades. - -'
OTH7 ... , - . WM. ktcDOSALDr-
V m; c;' lilley
BOO JX" ,'TXLbl JJXJi i
And Blank-Book Manniantiurer, '
rtobth hioh wBirr. coiTJiaua: obio
l-stl. iinia. jjr
D . CALICOES,
BArtl A- SOW. ' '
Mo. SO Boulh nigh stra,. 4
A NEW UOOF SKIBT.
Ja. .. . . . 1 i . - i.itt .-vi ( t -rr
! No. US, SOUTH HIQH STRUT,'; w
Em Intt reoetred a new mak of BOOP SirniTg
lnlsbd ka aaannet far fuparloT to any yel Introduced
; or- .,. i'i tf ' t a.,, .. ,4
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS
aalS).'! 1 ' ..W9el w.'Vtii-w.
('. fi-'i f-lltti W ."I 4 ' ' 4 . '"
ThoIatcit-rpxe tir--Iha Bait.
Tho Cheapeit Baotaia, t(e Bwt, ;
i!.(.;'Xi-. T-'Jf "- - I
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"u moat Bellak. ianrd 'Au.
, (borilr of,the EBElUkUuisrHaf e.M
, . . ( , , SlmBundrat Eminent Kuoatart of Ohio,
"TH11 BR8T INQLIBIIj DfOTIO.NAlT JXTANT."
Hi are upward of Hundred Thousand Word!.
ho multlfarlou aMaainga and derlratlona, togther
wiui uim correot ipmnr, ana pronunciation are clearly
aet before th eye.
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b'i j I ' f! (Vfioitofiafi flmmra(iZ.
ai M DniiUmt'o' th Jternbm' of thi Ohio Statt
' The Underelimail. mnhn .Mh. (1KI. IT.nlwnl
AsMclatlon, adopt and aim to Ot In teaching, writing
ana (peaking, the orthography ant pronunciation of
worceater'a Hoval Quarto Dictionary, and w moat cor
dially recommend it aa the moit reliable atandard an.
thorlty of th ngllih laognag, u U U now written and
; LoiiHAinaiwtPrildtKnyon College, i
M. D. LamiTT, Superintendent Zanerrille School!.
Tho, W. Hanvrr. Bup't MaMllou Union BchooJ. .
M. F. 0wdt, Bup't Publlo Schools, Sandusky.
. an tmcH, Snp't Pobllo Bcbooh, Oiroletilla.
s- Bairro., Principal Glare iaqd lemal Bemlna-
W. MiTCBaxt, Buptfublto Beaooli.Mt. Union..
Jobji Oodsw, Urtaslpal Btata Normal School, Minna-
Ortri If uin, Prjnclpaf ?ourto' Intennedlat Bchool,
OInclnnati;?' i , .-..
H. g. AfaafQii, Bup't Canton Union Schools.
Snwix Kmal, Principal UcNaaly Normal School.1
Km T. Tarrajf, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio Cnireralty.
War. W. XdwaIBs, Snp't Troy Union Bchool,
A. 0.rHor(irs,iynipal Wat High Bchool, Oler-
8. A.SoaTOK, AisoclaU Principal High B.-hool, OleU-
THioBoaa Bnauao, Principal High School, OleT
tad. " "f ' 'f j
B. t. HoarisTow, Principal Olereland Ihitltnl.
J. A. aAaruLo, President of Xleotio Imtltnte. El-
ram. t (. . ,
W. L. TiAaail. Prof, of flhumlitrv. Ohls Wulmi
UnlTertity. - . . ,
H. H. Baikit, Ir-Cmmliloner of Common School!,
Ohio. . '
Jamb Homo, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln Collage.
Tbo. Bill, President Antlooh College. '
. O. W. . H. OATBOAkT, Prof. Mathematlci, High
School i Dayton.
B. G GnnMaAnon. Pmf. T. nmM. TTIoh lli-hnnl.
aiarm. . . . t , . i. .
V. II. Rutaam, Snp't Union Schools, Ashland.
Jfors than Bi Mumtrti ottor Presidents ef CoUt-
ots, Proftuort, Author and JMttinffuithtd Educa
tor, hav ondorui th aibov nUmtnt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO
tAkrrrVA CoLLiaa "Tt la tralr a marnlfleant work.
an honor to th author, th publishers, and th whole
ountry." President Andrews.
Ohio Wnr.mv TTanmarrr . ' Tt axAdi mv aTnerta.
tlona. ,It will be m rntde in orthomnhw and nronnn-
otatlon, and will often be oonmlted by m for it neat
and actum definitions. "President Thompson.
W. K. XclJfmi flAT.fMia..n.vtnfnMI VI tlBMHlM
Webster s orthography. At recent meeting of our
Faculty, it wa decided to change it to conform to that
of Worceiter'a -Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
V Warms Ramra Cotxnt.-Mr find It worthr of
eovniai appronauon." rreatdent Hitchcock.
Owl CoLitoa. "It more than meets my expecta
tion. I recommend It aa the atandard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupils.' VPsidnt
Avrtooa Cot-Tjua. "I adont and aim to na In teach'
Ing, writlngand speaking, th orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcester'i Royal Quarto Dictloeary."
"In all my wrltmr. smaklnr. and teachlnf . I hat en
deavored to conform la tn rule (or orthography and
pronunciation as contained in Worcester's DlcUoaary."
r-Horac Uaoa, lato President, vu
EnrroH Ootusi, Qakittr. 'I most cordially reoora-
mond U aa th moat ralianl standard aathority of th
Rnglisb. language aa It la now written and spoken."
President Andrews. , ,
SCHOOL CQMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Prom .fier. Anon Smyth, Comiionr of Common
s aonoot in (no.
"Th Dietlonarr la an Inrrjerlahabla monument to th
learning and industry of Its author, and am honor to th
world of letter. The mechanical (zecution I far supe
rior to that of any other Lciicon with which I am ac-
c i i -j n i
From Bon. JT. B. Barney. St- Oommitsioner ot
., . School in Ohio.
The most reliable standard authority of Hi lan
guage." i .
. t t WHAT TBI f 'J,: ! I i
Leading Newspapers ol Ohio Say.
. Prom tht Cltetland Berald qf March 88. ;
Th orthography of th Worcester Dlctlonsry Is that
used by most, If not all, authors of distinction In this
country and Jtngland, and conforms to th general usage
or ordinary writers and speakers.
Whatarsr prejudices may bar uMted previously r a
careful study ot this rolume will Itrrartably b fsllowtd
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add It to th well selected library, be It large or small,
It Is a library in Itself, and will remain aa imperisha
ble record of th learning of It oompller.
. iron Vio CinoirmaH Ootmatroitd qf April 30.
Here are unwarde of a hundred thousand words rood.
bad and Indifferent who mnltlfarfsa meanings and
derirations, together with their correal spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly be for tnoeye. The work la
unquestionably th greatest Thesaurus of Xngllsh Words
rer published. , , .
Jromth Ololomd PlaindtaUr oStpt. DO, 1890.
Iridently Wonctrrn' Rotas, Qsarto DionoMAkt it
net only th kut, out th isrr vort of th kind vr it
MMd.andean by no -possibility sutler by eotnpsrlson or
' . from th TbU&o JSlai of May SO. " v ' j
A to monnnciATioii, Woaoirmn is tub Stanoakd .
followed by our best authors; in definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and In OaTnookAnrf U I aumclant
to say that WotcasTsm can bt aafely followed. -
' ' 'INOIIARI & BRAGG, ' ','..,
Pnbllfhcri, Boekaellern 4k Sftlaara,
MO. 191 SCPRRI0R ST., 0L1TRLANS, OBIO.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT."
L& INSUliANCE COMPANY
Ml. a i4-.".,r i . ; . .. i-v'
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rjlTiden! JTannArr l, mo I i if 8 P Cn.
ABSITB... .V.. J i.
It. 1801 . .
Balaneo, per statement Jan. lit, 1M0
Recelred for Premiums dur
ing th year lstw.-..: 8763,053 55
eoslTed for interest lunng
th year leGO
Total receipts for 1R60.... 8977,067 74" ' 11 '
,PaidPolicleasurrenr .... ,.M .
ag. Taxes, Xu ' .
chant. ato 31,020 54- , . . ...
Tald Commissions . , -t I f . "i
r Agents.. i,.a ju
PldPhyslen aes 8.9M 7S V fr i (l 1 '.'
Paid Annuities 1,517 00 , . . . .
Pal DirldendaduW ''i ' ' l-l
ng th gear , .. ....108,500 75 51.5,091 L J 4il,97 14
Net Balano lanuary 1st, 1901 1
f TSB.558 50
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4lti. .. !!.i,- t.AJSRTS.-.u in 1
bash on hand..... , 0,G284 19
Bonds and Hortgagea on Real
mmm, iwib aonow m - " r
amount loaned S.Z27.MI tn -
Premium Notes, on Polldee
m roro, only arawiagBper '
sent, interest. l.ffro nu n
. O it
Real Ratal ,90,803 17
Loans on Scrip ' 5,931 44
Prsnlum,Iiote and flash, hi i r, f y
eours oi tranamission.... 43,343 73
AOHH 4UBVH. ......
ft 578 Pollrfe In foroe, Insuring. . .
1,435 new VolleiM Sat tew Isswed during th year.
After a aarefnl oalculttlen of 8k Maift mm r n.
wtatandlng Pollcle of th Company, and baring th
ntomary amiwui M rwerr thnrefor, til Directors
uartaeeiareui inrnmooi psrosnt, on th Premt
am paid at th tab I ratal, a all palMeafor Ufslaforeo,
leased prior to January 1, 1S0O. payable aocotdlug to th
present raM f th Company.
, RaUa for all kinds of Lira Coutlngncle,.Prespcb
sei, S kttomrats, and Applications, will b himiabad
without iiiAkoa, at the Oflio or Agencies ol the Com
pany.4 w u.i, ' " . .. ..
R0BT. L. TATTR0!f, President
i.. (i. iikuv iti. vk. rranrtwii. . .
NJ. 0, HILLKTtj Secretary.
''-' m7b. BUCSOIT, Aotnt,
, . ,- i lV.,..,.T. .. No. 4 Johnson Block,"
Harsh 23, 13CU
' Ooluabaa, 0.
-bl.AIri d.'yi ' riGREls BLACK
X -DUKPI BILKS, of smrpad, iTM saost sal sot
rtrhaety u u ci ad. i mw reMombi rat.
BAIN ss SON.
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alterative that can bo made. It U
conntrted extract of Part Barsaparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power ai to afford an effec
tive tntidota tot the diseases fiarsuparilia is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by. those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow,
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
" ScitOFCLA AND SCBOPcftOVS ' COMPLAINTS,
Eruptions and Euuptive Diseases, Ulceus,
Pimples, BLOTomtsTcuonsSAir Rhkum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Meroiibial Disbasr, Diiopsy, Nei:
raloia or. Tiq DoDLOunr.yx. DnnaiTT, Dys-
FEPSIA'AKD InDIOBSTION, EllYSU'GLAS, RoKI!
or Sr. AimtOirT'l Fiue, and indeed the wholu
class of complaints arising .irrm .Impuiiity op
the Blood. ,. ' ' ' i i ..
. This compound will Doiound a great pro
moter of health, when taken in tho spring, to
expel the foul .humors winch '.fester in the
blood at that season of the year, , By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling diiordnrs
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which tho system will strive to
rid .itself, of corruotions. if not assisted to do
thiii through tlie Utturnt channel of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse, out the
? vitiated blood .whenever you find its impurities
Dursting tnrougn tne skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores ; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in .the veins ; cleanse, ft
whenever itis foul, and your feelings will tell
ydu when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep tho
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, thcro can bo no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and tho great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsnpnrilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends, . But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drag
alone lias not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. ' : 7 . 1
. During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to. give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparillit for one dollar. Most
of thoao have been frauds upon the sick, for
tney not only contain little, ir any, sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties wliatev
cr. . Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the vnrious extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself, ia justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. ' Still
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name irom tho loaa or obloquy winch rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which ore irresistible
by ill ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from tho system, tho remedy should
DcjuuiciousiytaRcn according to directions on
. rrtLTARED BY
D1T. J. C. AYEU 4t CO,
, LOWELL), MASS,
Price, 91 per Bottle 1 Six Bottles for $3.
Ayer Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cur of
ercry Variety of Tliront and Lung Compliant, thnt
it ik entirety nnnccessnry for us to recount the
evidence of its Virtues, wherever it lias been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant uso
throughout this section, we need not do more thin
assure the people it quality is kept up to the best
it ever. has. been, and thnt it mny be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
Vv'rt t : i ' FOR THR CTJRR OS"
Cottioeness, Jaundice, Dyjpeptin, Indigestion,
Dytenterff, Foul Slotnach, . lCrysipeta), Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Disease,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter,' Tumors and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Kcttrnlffin, at a
Dinner Pitt, and for Vitrifying tht Biood: '
Thcr are sus-or-coatcd. so Unit the most rn-i-
tive can take thenT plo.nniitly, and they arc tjic
best aperient in tho world for all the purposes of a
Prioe IS cents per Sox; Fivo boxes for' j'l. 00.
Great numbers of Clcravrnen. riivsicirinn.Si.itni-
men, and eminent personages, linvc lent their
names to certify tne unparalleled usefulness oitheso
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below nnmcrt fur
nish gratia our American Almanac in which they
are given; with also full descriptions of the nhnve
complaints, and the treatment that should lie fol
lowed for their cart. , ' '. , . -
Do not be nut off bv unonnciDled dealers n ull
other preparations tliey make more rmflt en.
Demand Aysr's, and take no others, iho M.I;
want the bsstaid there is for them, and thcr nh'.iuU
bare it. .1 ., .,, . :i
AU our remedies-are for sale by . v . . ;
' R0BVRT8 tt 8AVURL. Celnmbut .
And r Druggists and Dealers erery whs r. -
CANADIAN ft UTJTTED STATES UAH
, 1 . . 1 - TO AND t'BOm ' '.
LONDqNDERRY, f GLASCfOW,
, Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' " v "' "nd ' '. ' ,"' ".
N JbJ W ; YOIllX.
Th kfontml Ocean Steamship Oonrptny! first olsss
full-powered Olydo-bnllt Btamr sail crery Nat.
nrdar from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and
unitea euues ssnii ana passenger,
I i sTORWBOIAHf, t ' WORTH AlfKRIOAN,
.x.AOHIlttlAN, '.im.Ii ANGLO-SAXON,-
NORTH BRITON, HIBKKNIAN,
j CANADIAN, 4l .: N0TAB00TIAM. '
Saorteat, Csaeaaeat anqaickctC'on
,(,,'.., . ,., f; Tfiaao irosn . .. i1
AKXSICA TO ALL fASTJ OF ZTTXOn.
Ratea ot Fasasatre to ICuroTxs :'
B3o, ea. ao.
Will Mil from ITVIRPOOL every Wednesday-,
and frees (tTJBBIO every aatssrdaw,Miiingat
LONDONDRRRY, to McetTS on board and toed Mails and
rassenirers, to ana from Ireland and Scotland.
, Jiyihae Btassuar are built of iron. In water-tight
comparanenis, carry eaea an uiperienosa Burgeon, and
erery attention I paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion or passenger. As tny proceed direct to LON DON.
DBRs", Ure great risk and delay of calling at Bt. John's
a arowea. ... , , , -, . . , . r
aissgow pasMngers are rurnlihed with ran panag
: Relam tickets (ranted at redaced rates. -- . ..
! Oertlflcatea lasued for carrying to and bringing out pas
sengers from all th principal towns of Oreat Britain and
! saland, at redwood rales, by tht line of steamers, and
ytb WASHIBOtOR LINN Of SAILING PAOKBTB,
tearing Aiirerpoet orary weea. , . ., , ,, ,
8lf at Draft far t anal apiwarA pay'
, male 1st Knarlanel .Ireilaasl, Somr
! t.. land er Wales,
! for msasge, apply St th Office. 3 RKOAIl.
WAX, Mew lork, and 9 WaTKH MX.,
a.iTerpeei, ,, , ., , ... .,. v !.. ..
J &18JSX k ISASXI, OMmlipata,
0r t , j. r, ARMSTRONG, "
I aolO-IrdAw Post Office, Columbus, Ohio
IHATR THUS DAY ADMITTED WIT
Son JAURBADUa.it BAIff aanutner In mv tail-
nees, which will hef after be ecndnotrd under ilia Bras
m m bob. r. xtAin.w eoutn uuta Bt,
flan) ofyhalno's VrtaMbhtuenl, If. T) Pxmrieroro
u new Torx Jashlonaoia gharlni. Bair Onttinr
Bhampoonliig, Odrllngand Drewlng Saloon, Kaat Slat
t! orer Uig Poet Onloa, where sailsfacUoa wUl
be siren In all th various bnnehee. Ladies and
Jytl-dly 1 on' la U best gtyla, ,
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton tt Indianapolis!
Through to ludianaoolia wilhoat Change of Carl
and but One Change of Cars between ,
' Columbus and St, Louis.
Four Trai. ldaUy. ii'om Columbai
Ti FIRST TUAIN. . r ' I
AOOOkLUODATIOH at 5 a. m., atonninr at ellala-
tions batwaen Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10 0i a. m.. and at DarUin at
8 10a. m., connectlrgat Dayton for Uidlatiaiiulis atd
ine weal. .. - ,
N'o.'l RXPRERS at ll.40a. ai.'llonoinuutJeVtr.oo.
London, Cbarleston, Oedarrllle, Xenla, hjring Yallsy,
Corwin, freeport, tort Ancient. Morrow Bt., .tlianon.
Fosttr'a, Lorelsnd and Milford, arrtrlnaat OInolnnati
ats ju p. m., Dayton at 4,5 p. m..oonnectlnswlth Uie
Ohio and Mlsslinippi Railroad for Louisville, Ky., Vln-
rannea. uairo, bi. iouis. newurirans, etc.: at Dayton
tor Iadianapoli!, Lafayette, Terre ihiiilo, Chleavo anil
all Western points. . . , . .j
' THIRD TRAIN. ' , ! :
SlAILatO.IOD. m .stonnlnirat all sUtinni Utnun.
vDiBmuni anu abdib, ana at nprmg aiiry, unrwin,
Morrow and l.orrlami, arrlrlng at Uuiclnnatl at t a. m.
, . j- .D . - - 7. .
mfinT EXPBBfl rla Dayton, at 12 00 mldnlulit.
itopplng at Lomtnr? Xonia, Dayton, Mlddleton and
uauiiunn. arming at Cincinnati at S.'.'S a. m.;at Day
ton at U. :,:,. m.i ennntotiuc at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and Minliilppl Hailroad lor Lonlsrille, Kransrille,
Vlncennes, Cairo, St. Louis. Memphti, New Orleana,
anu an points sou 111 ana eonth-west; also, at Dayton
or nuianapoii! juiayeu, Terra uaoie, Chicago, etc.
IO For further Information and Thronrh Tickets.
apply to M. L. DOHEKTY, lickcl Agent, Union Depot,
r P. TT. TRADER,
.!. Qtnaral Ticker Agent, Cincinnati.
' " JKO. W.D0HPRT7,
. W. WOODWARD,
, , Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Colomtus, July II, ISC1
AND Steubenville Short Line
coNSEcima at bgllairi with Tnu
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
. AND AT PITTSBURG!! WITH TDK
, r , ., . ,1 roBuiNa inn
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities !
Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
Leares Columbus 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
neuairs or oieuoenriiie ! arrives st Billalre, 1U -TJ A.
M.; Bteubenrllle, H. 80 P.M.: Plttabureh, 3.40 P.M.:
Harrlsbnrg, 1.10 A. H.: ria AUenUncn, arrlreaat New
York 6.00 A.M.: via PMladeluhia. arrives at Phluv.
delphla, 5. 10 A. M.; New York, 10.30 A. M. Cornects
also at Harrltburg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Proln Columbus, run directly through tj Bcllalre or
Pittsburgh without change; and Pungers via Allen-
town arrive in new lortaiOA. M.,
1CPTWO HOURS IN ADVAN01 OP N0RTHRRN
Tbls Train also connects at Bellaire with
-, " Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
. PITTSBURGH! EXCRE33.
Leares Columbus 11 SS A. U . from Union Denot. rla
Bteubenrllle; arrives at Newark, l: 50 p. M.i Coshoc
ton, VI. 13 P. M.; Bteubenrllle, S P. M.; Pltuburg, 9.40
P. M. TrTThli Is ttieonly rout by which Passenrers
can leare Cincinnati at 7 A. M., go through to Pitts
burgh In daylight, without change of cars or delay-
Leaves Columbus 2. IS P. M., from Union Depot, rla
Bellaire: arrlres st Newark, 3.83 P. U.; Zanesrllle,
4 33 P. M.: Bellaire 7 .55 e. M.: Plttshnnh. 11. SS P.
M.i ilarrishurg, t.00 A. SI.; rla Al.'entoicn. arrlres
at New York, 4 P. U.; pin Philadelphia, srrire-
Pniladslihia. 1.10 P. M.: New York. O P. M. Shis
Train also connects at llarritburg lor Baltimore, ar
riving at jr. ai.
Thia Train runs tnrooeh to Bellaire or Plttibure with
out change of Care; and from Pittsburg there Is n
change of Cars to Philadelphia, or Via Allenlown to
New York thus offci lag
The oolv Ronte from Colnmbns fo Biltlmore,
. iniiaaeipnia, or new York, with only
.... one change of Cars.
By thle Train Famenrera arrlr In New Toik five
hours In adranc of the Northern lines.
This Train also connects at Bellaire wllh the Baltimore
and Ohio R. K. : ...
UTThls Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana 'more man iuu miles shorter to
New York, than Northern Lines.
Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant Points East.
V ASK I0R TICKETS TIA " .',
' BELLAIRE OR STEUBEN VILLE.
Ticket (inod. aver either Beute.
JN0. W. BROWN,
Osn. TIcket'Agent Central Ohio R. R.
- I. A. HUTCniNSON,
Qen. Ticket Agent Steubtiirlll Short Line.
William. L. 'O-lll
'. " COLl'MBUS, OHIO, ".' , ,
AO Iti CULTURAL WAREIIOUSB
A.nd Seed Store,
' ' BIALKt III
.; , NAIL,aLAV18U, PUTTT, OORDAl, .
Gun, rintel, Wod4cWillw Ware,
atharand Kubher Belting, Ian Leather, Boa and
tiat. . ' ' ' '-i i-ii. enr-dty
GOODS, "' I "
Novel tie In Neck Ties and Scarfs. '-.. r
" ' Bvron and Qarrot Collars.
. - Bnbroldered Pocket Ilandkerrhieri
:, Paris EM Gkires, superior make.
. Ooklen Ulll Shlrta, rarlonaales. . r , t i i
,. Boys OokJen Hill Shirts, do . .1 .. ,, , ,.
Driving and Street Q lores, do
" Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, Tarloui style."
lialf 11 oas and Coder Carmen ta, .
,.. : . u BAIN A BON,
jupMB. . . No. 8 SouU High atreet. .
: SOMETHING NEW
HOWARD. t&O O ' 3 .
CAM. AT NO. 83, SOUTHIIIOH NT,,
and namln our new mak t ,u
manufactured by B. HOWARD A CO , Boston, Maas.
Thea Watches are far superior to anything erer oflered
ia in panne, nereiorore. iianng me eaeluslr agency,
lean tell llMmt price to salt th time. I hare last
recsircd a large stoca ot
AMERICAN WATCITES. ?
aunufactured by APPttTOIf, TRA0T, AC0 j also,
EN6L.1NU AND 8WI8S WATCsTE),
I In O0I4 and SlreiCas,tt Panic prieaa. ,. :v
W. J. SATAOl.
. 3 00
eekly, per iini,
Waly, par year
The Battle of Blenheim.
1 1 was a summer erentng,
i' m 4 Old Kaspat'a work waa dot, '
, And ha before hlaoottage door
Wassltlingln thesun; . .,,
And by him sported on the green
Ills little grandchild, Willielmli..
She taw her brother Ptterkla ....
Roll something Urge and rounj.
Which be beside ia rlrulet
' In playing Uiere had found; )
' to aak what he had round, .
That was so large, and smooth, and round. '
CM Kupar took it from the boy, ' : '
n ho stood expeotant by;
And then the old man shook his head.
And with a natural algh '
'.','J!"omt Polr fallow' skull," said he,
"nho fell In th great victory.
1 ' ' I Bnd them in the garden,
For there's many hereainul; .
And often, when I go to plough,
The ploughshare turns Uiem out;
. , ror many thousand men," aald he.
!. "Were slain In that great rlctory.'" ;
'. "N'ow tall ui what 'twas all about,"
Young Petcrkln he cries; ,
And little Wilhelmln looks np
"Now tell us all about ihe war,
And what they killed each other for "
"It was lb cgllsu,"Kaa,errled,
' Who put the Irench to rout;
Bnt what they killed each other lor.
I could not well make out,
B2' "rroody aald," quoth he,
"That 'twas a famous victory.
"My rstherllred st Blenheim' then,
Yon little stresm hard by;
, They burned hlsdrelllng to the ground. .
And he wo forced to fly; .
Po with hi wife and child ha fled, -Nor
bad he where to rest his head."
"With fir and iword, the country round .
Waa wasted far and wide;
And manyachlldlsg mother then
, . And new-born Inlant, died,
. But things Ilka that, you know mail ba
At every ramous victory,
"Oreat praise the Duke or Marlborough won.
And our good Princ Eugene!"
"Why, 'twai a very wicked thlnr"'
Paid Utile Wilhelmln.
n,T;B,'l"'Rrl1" quoth b.
"It waa a famoui victory.
"And everybody praised the Duke,
Who tbls great fight did win." '
"But what good cam ot it at lailT" '
Aakad little PeMrkin.
. "Why, that I cannot tell," said h,
"But 'twas a famous victory.'1
The White Feather in Tennessee.
The Knoxvllle Whig of the 24ih lost ,con
Uins the promised address of Hon. Tbomei A,
n.. ireison to tne people or Esat Tennessee. It
occupies two columns of Ihe Whio. Aft, t.r.
ing the canset which led to his flight, Ihe mode
or uib arrest, tne reason of bis Uniooism,
with which the reader is already familiar, be
While on the way to Richmond, I had some
conversation with a portion of the Tennessee
aeiegation to the Southern Congress, and dur
ing my etsy there was visited by various mem
bers of Coogress and other public men connect
ed with tbe Southern Confederacy. The intense
solicitude which waa expressed, especially by
the moat prominent and distinguished of tbe
original secessionists, who, whlthout any request
uu my pars, roiunteerea meir Etna otheea, with
generous liberality, In regard to tbe conciliation
of tbe people of East Tennessee, and tbe unu
sual kindness and consideration with which I
was treated as a prisoner, convinced me that I
was in error la soonbslntf that the militarw
power would be exerted for any other purpose
uu mat 01 retaining tne railroad ana olaggres
(ive acta on onr part.
Aoting uuder this changed conviction, believ-
mg mat, 11 1 were retained as a prisoner, or
punienea wnn acatn, unaer aoy strained con
strnctlon of tbe treason laws, my friends in
East Tennessee would in either event retaliata
by arresting public men of tbe opposite party here;
that tbis would lead to couuter arrests, and that
tbe horrors of civil war would Immediatclr ov
ist among ns, I felt that it was due to yon aod
to myself that I should obtain mv release aa
soon as possible, on tbe best terms f could effect
without dishonor! aod after various informal
propositions and consultations. I final I r addres
sed to President Davis tbe following letter)
RICHMOND, Aug. 12, 1861.
To hi Excellency J,f, Davis, Prttident of the
isonrtarr air amies.
Sir: I have been arrested, and. aa 1 learned
since my arrival In tbis city, upon the charge of
treason; dui wnetner against toe state or Tenn
essee or tbe Confederate States I am not ad
vised, I am conscious of no act. either aeainat
tbe State or the Confederacy, that will suonort
or sustain such an accusation. '
I am sincerely anxious to nreaerva the neaea
end quiet of East Tennessee, the seolion of tbe
Slate in which I reside, as best promotive of the
peaee and Interest of the entire State. I ask
to be discharged from a vexatious prosecution
that I may return home peacefully, to follow
my private interests and pursuits, assuring your
Excellency that I will not, either directly or in
directly, by eoucsel, advice or action, encourage,
aid or assist the United States Government to
iovadeor attain success In the present straggle
with the Confederate States, nor will I couuael
or advise others to thwart or cripple tbe Con-
reuerate estates in tne pending contest with the
United States, nor will I do so by my own sots
In view of tbe increased maiorltv in the elr.
tlon which hasjnsl taken place in Tennessee, I
snan uei 11 my anty, as a citizen of that State,
to suomu so ner late action, and shall relig
iously abstain from any further words or acta
or condemnation or opposition to her govern'
- Tbe parties arrested wltb me, with theexcep.
lion or my son, who acted by my command,
were mere guides, and conductors through tbe
uiuuuvuin paseea, on my way to my place ot des
tination, and whatever view may be taken of
my own oouree, they are Innocent ia no way
responsible, legally or morally, and bare com
mitted no offense against the laws of the Con
federacy or the State of Tennessee; and I ask
that they also be discharged from custody by
your Exoellenoy. Very respectfully, obe
THOS. A. R. NELSON.
' To which the following answer was returned:
RICHMOND, August 13, 1861.
' Sia: I have received your letter of the 12th
inet., In which jou ask to be discharged from
arrest and nrosreutlon. and make nromiaa that
yon wllti'as a citizen of Teunessee, submit to
her late aotlon and religiously abstain from any
iurioer woros or acts 01 condemnation what
ever, or opposition to her eovernment."
The desire of this Government bcinc to main
tain the Independence it has asserted by the
united feeling and aotlon of all its citlsens, It
has been it policy not to enter into Questions
of difference of political opinions, heretofore
existing'- . '. ,; ,. ,;'; .
lam, therefore, pleased to be spared the ne
cessity, of Inquiring whether the accusation
against you be well rounded or not, vexatious or
not, aod to rest content with your submission as
a loyaiciuten 01 your state to her recent action
In adhering lo this Confederacy and adoDtlne
its permanent Constitution by an increased aa-
loriiy.-, 1 nave otderea yor discharge and that
ot your companions Irom custody. '
", ' I ..---
To THOMAS A. R. NELSON, Esq.
8ince mv return home I amihoronebly satis
fied that my friends would have risked the ao
tlon 1 dreaded i and, upon tne most mature re
flee tlon, am content with my owa course is tbe
premises. Bat whether it was right or wrong,
wise or unwise, I leel bound aa aw honorable
man to aot na to the spirit and letter of tbe ob
ligation I assumed. I shall offer na plea of du
ress; because neither tbe Southern (Jonfederaoy
nor any other earthly power wuldk are compell
ed me to make an agreement that my judgment
.tii , "r """""on, expressed or Implied,
k..7T IT".. "PTeasea u tne two above quoted :
anS a?..7T, ? a? to r8 felaUoos
io my behalf, that I should thai briefly address
yoa. . - t
While I do Dot promise allerinn. or a.tl
support to tbe Souther a Confederacy, and will
not advise you to assume any obligations con
trary tO VOUr Oonwlntlnaa n' I t.-l e.-.
. it jvmr mg ewaiM te snMataj
line th btiltf Manassas, within m.i rMU
JtVZL a ,dI bert Action of onr State In
9Uctl0 5 ,na of public
wt 1? s,i 5 B. j"44 "thJ M ai"g meietires
miui 1. . i "qureo; tne mutual hatred
which bat grown up between the antagonistic
sections of the Union, and tbe recent cKe
tlon laws which have been either adopted or
TafnFll ,ldM,,M WU 0lh 0M
bare pslnfully loipreased my own'mlud with the
belief that unless some wonderful and lmek..
ble change is effected, oar hin4 it.,- i.
gone forever, and It is our polloyand duty to
submit to a result which, however we may de
plore it, seems to be inevitable.
a wars j mat my advice, aa well as mymotlves,
may be liable to mlsoonstrootlrm. I .nnM tin
most respectfully recommend to na r.ivt. ak.
prupriciy ui nustaioing irom all further opposi
tion or resistance to the Conledpr.t
or tbe action of our own State; and, should tbls
De done, although I have no anthorlty to speak
ror them, I am satisfied that no military power
Will k...l4&l .
ii uvhoi tcu imonr na. .rn.ni annn mm nn - K.
Indispensably necessary to retain mllitae .n..
session 01 .cast TeBnessee. And to those of
our ciumub wno nave gone beyond the limits of
the State, either through feu or tbe purpose of
arming themselves to resist a course of action
which Is disavowed In General Polk's letter, I
think I oan safely sav. without imn... t..
from the Course which maa arlnntl s.i.
they would risk nothing by returning to the
State and submitting to a result which they bare
Kenoxville, Tenn., August 7, 1861.
[From the Chicago Journal.]
Prince Napoleon and the Old Soldier.
Last sveninir there occnrml
incidenu in the progress of Princa N.mi,..
tour through the United States which will not
sooo be lorgottsn by our Illustrious visitor, al
beit tbe tender recollections thereof may not
be of long duration with ona of the nartia in.
terested, whose gray hairs will ere long be
"""""l mammy uews or aeath.
uoreos narie, a reuo ot the Grand Army of
" ivapoieoq, now an inmate of the Cook
county Poor House, bad an Interview with
frmce Napoleon. Conntv Aeent Hanaan. U.rn.
ing tbe wish of the old soldier, klndlv oonveved
him to the Trcmont- His oard waa sent to the
snnce s apartments, and the old man, bowel
down with the weight of eighty years, was nsh
ered Into the entrust nresenoe.
The Prince arose to reeeive bis remarkable
guest. 1 oere iney stood, for a moment looking
each other in the face the second heir to tbe
French crown and the scarred and hmtA ..
ran of a score of battles. Advaneinr . thai Print
grasped the old men's band, and conducting
- , wpoao so ainaiy mat tbe vete
ran's heart overflowed, and ha hnvaa Into ...
To those at all acquainted with the history of
the Napoleonic dynasty, neither the kindnees of
toe rnnce nor tne emotion of the old aoldiar
will be wondered at. All ench wall knnw? th
remarkable power that the first Napoleon held
upon the affections of his soldiers, as well aa tbe
wild and uncontrollable idolatry manifested by
u w wjwaru we tormer, upon an occasions,
whether In viotory or defeat.
in mat interview, yesterday, the veteran
"lougbt his battles o'er again." The Prince
questioned him, and listened with glistening eye
w ui recusi ot loose inruung incidents wblon
ever bad ss their hero a Napoleon.
' The quiek eye of the Prince noticed the ab
sence of three fingers from one of tbe soldier's
"Where did yon lose your fingers?1
"In the retreat from Moscow. I waa attach
ed to tbe cavalry, and ia one of the charges of
t I I : V, ... .
tuuao vuiaiuuus vossaccs. a Sir OK irom a ianoa
deprived me of my fingers. But," and tbe old
veteran's eye shone with the old battle-light,
"my sabre finished him. sir. Ah. those Cos
sacks were the most splendid horsemen that I
ever saw, Dot tbey were afraid of Marat's cav
alry, after all." And the old soldier's mind
wandered back to that terrible retreat from the
burning capital of the Russians, surrounded by
at- l. a -i 1 - . .
tne uuexioie rigors or a Kosnan winter, and
barrassed day and nisht bv those fnriona onaeta
01 vosssci cavalry those wild and daring ohll
area 01 me Plains,
"Tbls, aire, was dons at Lodl." exhibiting a
terrible soar upon bis left shoulder, made by a
"And this," baring the oalf of his left leg,
showing the track of a bullet through and
Wroogb it, "was done at Areola "
"This sabre-out anon mv head was received
at Austet litz, and so was tbis, sire," tenderly
holding up the Cross of the Let-ton of Honor
bestowed upon him by Napoleon tor speolal ser
vice on anas niooay nsld.
And thus the old battle-scarred veteran whil
ed away two pleasant hours hours fraught with
proud and tender recollections to both Prince
and soldier; and when the veteran arose to go,
be blessed the mnnifloence of tho Prince which
bad preased a well-filled purse into his hand,
ana given mm assurance that fo BtU France
had not forgotten her veterans, and that a liber
al pension should be provided for him.
Irish Linen Goods.
WARRANTED FABRIC '
Linen Shirt Bosoms Plain sad fancy - - '.
Shirting aad Bosom Linens. - -,' ,. ,
Linen Sheetings and Pillow Casings. .'
Linen Cambric and Long Lawns. "
' : Linen Pooket-bwndk'fs, all tlaee. '
. Linen Towellings and Diaperi
Linen Napklna and D'Oyliaa.
l inen Table Cloth and Satin Damasks. '
Linen Towel with colored borders. "
: Linen StaurOorertnaaand Crash.
, for sal at low prioe. -
BAIN A BON, ,
rebCS Wo. South Hurt street.
( psieii BXDVOXD
' Proaa th New York Obserrer.l
As all parties sasnufactorlng Sewtng Machines are ob-
Ilgwdlopsy Mr. Hnww s Ucwnsa a eaok rjaeknM seld,
and are a so compel led to mak returns So him, under
oath, as to thsnumbar sold, kk books gtr a correct stato
Stent, from thla sellable sow row wo hav obtained th
following etatutie. Of the machlaes mad tn the year
in3V,tnerewmaM, . . ' . - '
By Wheeler A Wlln........l.Snfl
1 t. M. Singer A Oo....n 10.WU
r flrorwr A Baker... ......... lOHC
. Showing th sales of Wheeler A Wllmato k dnsiU
Hiuai tJt an AfJtaW flnntsSHW."
Awarded ft highest premiums at the 1 A ' ''
, United Bastes fain of 1H1S,18W aad US6, :
i'' also at th 7 ,
t:.-' Ohio Stat tain of IKS and IMS; " !-"". I
I and at nearly aUttOounty fair into Sia.-
Our nrieea, at th late rednoH. a. i, mm mm
w memt aKiin now woia, aaa rat a enn ntcntr tnra
th Interior Stoe tAra( eiowa McA mathint,. sew
forced unou tn market.
Ta WUIBLBH A WILSON MACHTNB saakcetke
Loca Sncw tho only one which cannot be raveled, it
la tun ow Bora Sidssov th goods, leering no rdg or
vumimvmtnM wnamr.am, - t
AM maohin tenrmnttd 1 ywoww. swtdl tmtrneMon
firm ia their uea, rre or cftane. ....... ...
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a-ve,rta, vn,.'. o.. ii.h T
T SSNSTSi RIBBONS TAB, AND
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nam sa son,
aprllS ' R. tS South Elf h street
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S, rflthni l 1 P",Bts. Incl.dng.wlth
HUNNE WELL'S ' ' '
T ' T0LU ANODYNE.
Tu OaaATsrr Natuai. Oun m r.4 .J.
world, oontaJnlng not a particle of Opium, nor any sua
stone bot It strlcUy reretobl und madloal properties.
A Mr Remed for Nitia.Lai.. n-..,..-.. r n-ZL
1??, " Aoaa CAVAaaa, Ross oa Hav tivm',
and all minor Aforrous Oomnlalnta. .
foa Lost o Bust, and Headache hi an ioj ramtlaa
Unas no eoual. aad ta whtrh .n.i,.,.4
alt are offered. ' -a.
foa DniaiDit Tassnras It Is a most perfect remedy,
foa soww. OoKHin, riM pmmh4 ..
"rytt "Cm.,K,rUn, eoMU'
..4.'?,7tfUn' ,or"I, aodTrlal Bottles will be sent,
and to Dealer or Iavalld a deserlpUr psmphtot wtthau
Prepared under th special snperrliLon of
JOHN t,. HVHNEWELL,
' .cHsairrajra rAaAenisT,
To 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass
To whom please direct til communication.
Friees-Urg Cough Remedy, SO cents per bottle
. Small 03 1.
Tolu Anodya, So
For sale by the usual wholssala and retail deafen
ROBBRTS A BAHTJBL, N. B. MARPH
JOHN R. COOK, " u. DKNIO'
O. DINIOABONB, A.J. B0HUBLLKR a SON
mayl7-wly Agaau for Columbua, Ohio. '
N"o. 4: Ghvvnno Blor-k.
A. P. STONE & O'DAKRA
A BJENOW RECEIVING TnEIH WTfl.
TER GOODS, and Invite th public to Inspect
them. No such stock of Goods has ever bees brought to
this market. Th South, In eoneequenc of th failure
of th grain crop, has not been able to purchase the as
Ml quantity of rich goods, and this fact haa forced tbe
importers 10 sen uiem at pablio auction. Onr buyer
(Mr. Stons) being in New Tork at these large sales, took
adrantag of them, and w can and will sell our goods
bare, at toss than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New York. Our stock is complete In
very department of
ELEUANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS, '
DYED COBUO.1 ;
BLACK ALPACAS, . t ;
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth5
Bought ia One Day,
Men's, Ladle sad Children's Undor Shirt and Drawers;
Lad lea, Mieeee aad Ohtldren'a Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Ootton Qlorcs
of every make.
A complete assortment of ell the usual nine
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrie Hand
kerchiefs, 4c, &o.
To neraona who eall on ni.jM ... wnwj. ...
show them the largest, beat and cheapest ttook of Goods
erer seen In thl market, or pay tbam on dollar per
hour whil looking.
ueci-ouxtawitw. BTONB A OUARRA.
The Stock Replenished
FBOffl LATEST IMPORTATIONS Or
NEW YORK. . ;;
, - UT STOCK OF , ; ;
Spring &, Qumrner Millinery
Is bow oompUt, oomp rising erery rarlety of Altllu-.
ery; abi a large assortment of Imsroiderlea, Hosiery
and Notions, Ato., and in quantities aad pries last aaa
not fall to suit all who may feror us with a call. The
goods have bn bought at Panic prices, aad will h soliS
at a small advance on cost. ' nn '",
' ' ' ! MIL LI9E B T "
Miss M. E, YOUNG, 1st of Net: York tijij,
will mperintand the Millinery Department - Bar long
sxperieno in the most Faahlonabla Ritabllihmtnt ' In '
Broadway will alone be a warranty that th will be ablt
to fir entire satisfaction la matters of tost to all who
stay tavor her with their orders. ' ' ''
The Ladles of Columbus and vicinity will r, lease ac '
opt ay sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of the sssm.i
R. H. WARE, " '
68 East Twn 81., Calwanhns, o.
arras s owittrndm. . . . Hisar r- ortrmNns4 .,
S. It H. T. CHITTENDEN
ATTORNirS AT LAW.
: ' - H 1 i t r
ICJ Offices, 280 Broadway New Vork Qity. aod. ;
Paasom' Btrrunivo, Columbn, Ohio. . '
STCareful attention paid to Collections. Ji;'"
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READ If -MADE CLOTHING
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Carnerwprlar Ac Water te'., a
W. B. P0TT3 & CO4
' ' nt. v oxriiiTXQ'aro; -1
tnd lUnuraeturers "of Bras and Cnmpoattloa' Oastlnga!
.t. finished Bras Work of aU Desorlptlonp-.L, ,-.isj
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