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Builneu Carta, lot eicaaairtf aTI iamt
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, n wian me inoTl nwa; Dul all men aril
' :""""" -naannp.flliatltabUi 0latM,Bi
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" .yTtkl,i"?? " Dallr,wWrat.aatrt(t
t tT "'yaiiaiwBwa) in vaina amlWaakta
,(M bota aaad, Ibaa tba ebarM tartka Waaklv muTZ
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w ,9 auiuuaanani turn asaapl farttkflnlt pr)o.
.'BUSINESS OARDSji
Attornoymiiaw
; ! J 'w d .notrt imic, : ;
OBct-iaibof Building,' oppoilU Oa'pltol qojr '
' M O0LUKBUJ,)HI0
Attorney & Cotoisellor at law"
MARION. OHIO, i
Machine Mannficlnriui Gompaiy
AKDfaOTClIU Of
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
OwtUp, MUlMjrtBg. aUailairy. .
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COLVBIBCS, OHIO. '
0HJJ. AMB0I, lap'!. " f. amboi, Traaj.
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements,---Time
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements,---Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
OosiiaoUDfUOnaUlna with tin FIRSBITKGH, IT.
WATNB It CHICAGO JUILB0AD
Ibr riUttmnK, PkUatepMa and BaiUmor. Mk
for Ibrt Wayn4 and Chicago.
Oonnactloi at Olarataod with tba IAKI IH0R1 RAIL-
... MM .-
r OHBklrk, Baffal, Alkuw,
loa, mnaw lwh, ,f
THREE TRAINS DAILY, , !
K0IPT BUNDAT,
from Oolaabai, tn (oonacUoo with TrainioB IJbaY
ITTIifV-niAMI AND OOLVnBVI
ffO XEW1A HAll,BOAP.i.
IIR8T JiRAIN.
N10HT IXPEt88.-tii.TS Oolumbai at 3.40 A'. It t
will laara paaaaocen at all autlnn. n-tk r n.it..
top at Dafawara, Aabkr, Cardioiton and Ollaad. and
at all atatrtu north of Gmon, aniTlna at Olaaland
atftUO A. Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., Bufffl. SsJpImT
"""l" uiiua.. w p. af . Phlladal'
HU5.10 J. M. OblcagaTla Crailln,tt 7:00 P. M.
BSC0SD 1EAIN. .
NB J?PK XpBJ!gB-laTta Oolu'mbua at 11:1(1
a. m. Wilt atop, atUwia Oaotra, (for Whita Bulpbur
"i"""!- iwv uaruuiioa, uauon, CruUirn, gbal
by.Maw Jodou. WaUlogtou and Grafton, arrtra at
hlo, 10;Si p. Albu.,, 6:4ia. .lK.wo,k,V-
p. Boaton. 4:40 p. n. Tbia Train aonnacU at gbal-
SLtiJ TT VtV ' " uurt0 ' '. nrrtrmc at
',-" TBIBD f KAIIf .
Mkll AMD AOOOKH0DATION tiaarai Oolunoi
iVJiZl P'J"'. Bouthor
Bbalb", and nt Now London, 7alllnton, fttrrtra,
f?!1!?1!!?' rTir,n 0laaland at 6.M . ., laa'
"."l!?' s ! Boton, U.aS prnM Pitubarik
Chkar-. i Orratllna, 0:45 a. m. Thai Train naata
,0, fcBdu,lt7 Tolado, arrlrtng at Tolado
at o.u n n. .- j . . ,
Pttont ileepi CaW awrrin on1 U
Right Trtim to CMoagfj, Sew t .
.' York and Boatoa. .
Matnag, ti TVawff to JW Jir mI Aotfoai
w Oiairtj io. to J'AUadtlpMa and -,
...',o ' JorAtw 0rtUi4. , . , , ,
-.- .a RETURNING. ' " "
Hlght iTpreti arrirta ai Oolunbui at.'.'.iiiU if. '
Cincinnati Bxpraaaamraf at Ooluabai M40.it) A. If.
AoaonwodaUon Bxpnaa arrtTaaal Columbua at7:M
- - f" '7 n -
ii' f lckttt mi Or niUmt mr nU. A U
Ool08tbti,,joM 17,l3ll"
7 w voiaawaMLpiUw, t
1UU EA 100 ban print Xlo Oonta, 2uu,
1 SO pock 14 Ditch Ouiaroaut Jit Coffaa.
7bar0jloa0oiro. ,-,......!.,.'
1 0O bbia. tundnrd White Bnrara, oonatallng of Vff
; . 4rd,phniah6UaranlatadAandaOffai,lj1lA
. 60 nlatala Qaorra Bank Oodnalu.,, , la
tO bbU. llaaa and W. 1 Jdaokanl,', , T't
S tea. Pick lalaoa. .,. , f, , V
100 tat. Ur BnJilni." lU J; "tl-4'' '
OaJ. boa do , do n'.t.'f. Co:i0
, lOOor.bondo da - iais-,
rw
Aa ElAak-Book Kannfiuitiirwi. ...
Aktvj If J,iC fcii JL. -
vaLicoss,
arm. rn,r..-T.. j .?'
Jart opined u ir4 '.!. I 3mv- ii-
r'-i.mqn til .1 kvfvfmj AiU BOM, i y
BAUfABOl,
. aawSSi siu.-ui i Ho, IS Bona High lareaK i
. 1 1 1 " ', fill I il i la
i.i tiwar - vonwirtrrt-rx'
A"" i)!T"ii nTTT-r-.Tr.d.Jt to Mtalu
r.,iouis man nxixt,
"1.1 3'.
'Vlo-frok
Bit Jut rriw4 naaw amka n.-S00 BKTSTB
toWiadlni nua Jty parhir fjo nht Jntrodnwd
T,,,iyH iti n (, .alt eihw
L
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WOKCESTKB'S,
ttl if w R'I..M Ifh'rTfnalu.jvi.tf .l.u..aisb uh
battpon neatuo tht BV
i. ot .4 .L.aiaunt . ,,nrr Mm JharywAara.
Hlk i), . " 77,, .......u , ws.uxr
iinaa, MM ifaaaaalaina at alaarlv
.I.UA. ljlaiaW,aaia(.r. wT
and ..L...:. .J- Tin . T " wiM-,
JS-!!o,l,!M0 kn. aa wa saat ear
trftUBDjllrttoriti, aawwrltUa nxl
lrftlll lunrn. Imm,.! a...... n.n. ' a '
SBParlntada, Kaoaarlllt get (3e
Taioa, htwt, I apt Haadlea Cnloa Bcbaola.
Jo It, ft.pt aaiie ftohoalat g.u-jT
n.n. ptMtno, Principal aunlaad ranal Btmlsa-
War. lrfrrni.1 f. awkit a.i. .-i- u. r .
Jonn Oamn, f riodpa, Bb-taRorml Bcbool. Mkoot.
" Pro. tiatlMmaUoa, Ohio TJnrramtf,
War, W. wanna. tWst Tm rU nti.i. .
Hortwa, PrtociptJ Wet Hifh Bchool, CltW-
land, 1 1 . l . .r
A- Noiran, Ajaoctata Pj lncipal Blgk Bchool, Clm
Mwsean IrBttwa, Principal High Ichool, Clara
J. A.' Airmj).Jraknt af X lactic. Witntn. St.
tnm. " tj " .
Oh?' H "TV nmlaionaf of Oownoa Ichoola,
a Moawaw, Prof.1 Matahj, Ofctrhn Collap. J
Tnxw. ton, fwaldaaA Aataaah OaMawa, M T1
U. W. H. Ol-a.K tM U..I M ,
rluu.1 " -
''"'I tn a,atanjrnanir atfa
.oaw, Prof.' taniuaii, Sigh Bchool,
lopt CnioaBchoola, AtiUaod. , ,
' "Ci 7atnn,nia
' Mitt Am -- rbmifn r.
Presidents ps college3 iN omo.
at AltrrrA flninnn Tl ha.w , n-.iii-i k.
- . . - - a , tn
0M WanaTAn PirnmrA-"tt aieaaA nti aipaeta-
ltwiUbanirfakdalA artbarnDhr
nmaoa
Ua oaai
raauon, and will oltaobn oonaultad br aw lot
uo"'w Ku.rviaai."-i'rwia( simw
Icumo Ceuau'Harrtolora wa Uti aaad
Wabatar a ortboa-rmphy. At a taoant ataatlng of our
nooiiy.H WHdacMod to ebanga tt to conform
pf wajrealtr'j Boyal Qwtrt Clctlonart."-Pnaldant
waHU ,, i
.,,riCTT """f 0otxaat-l .Bad It. worthy of
iH.wiwni,-iniiBiBi jaiicnooca.
Oiotui OoiLaoa. "II aura than niaats bt axpaota
Uona. raconiawaa-tt aa tba aaandard utharitfta
w. " ""w nna mr pnpui.." PraHdasi
. Arrroow Ooujn.1 tdoat and aba to' una (a1 loach
5 wrttlnfandajUla, thaotinogrnplrraad pronua-
Praatdaat BUI (" 1 -
"la all mr writing, ipak Idk, and tanchTag, I barn an
daarorad to eantoaa to tha rotea for ortbograpb and
yiwiaaiuoaaiaoaiaiBaaia wanaatari DtcUonary."
Horaca Mann, lata Praatdaat, i . -
XurroR Ooutaa. OiKim "I moatcorriialti
Bond Itaalbaaioal raliabla itnndard aatfaonly of tha
ipuiim uaifiiagaaa 11 m new wnttan loa rpokto."-
Pnaldant Andrawi. . .
pCIIOOL' COMMISSIONERS Vf OHIO.
Rt. Anton SmytX, OmmUtUmtJ of Common
Bokoot a 9Mo.
"Tha Dicttonar la aa fanpwrlihabla atooimaat to lha
learning and indnatrr of Ita author, and an honor to tha
world of kattan. Tba machanloal azaoutioa la far tana
rior to that af anr otbarlasieon with whlnh 1 mm
qnalntad." j
Iron. Hon. M. B. Sammy. MOommUoidtur at
' HcAooU i Ohio. ,
"Tba Bort rallabta itaadard nutboritr af
T
paga.' ..! .i. , :
I-teaUina Kewarpsper Of Ohio Bar
Srem Ma Clmland Birald oj MarcX SB .
Tha orthotraphy of tha Woroaatar Sletlonair la that
aaed by moat. If not all. author, of dlatlaeUoa In tbia
country ana sngiano, and aamorau to tba gaafrai uaaga
of ordinary write re andtpaaken,
Whaterer prejudloaa amy hava axlalad pratloualy, a
careful itudy of tbia Tolama will lnrariably ba followed
bya warm appreclntloa of Ita great awrita, aada deatra
toaoa uaoinawauaaiaatea uarary, na it targe or anall,
Lmm uwirj iniiaeiu ana wiu rwum an innarlana,.
bU raoord of the learning of lUoonapilar. . , j
from Us OrnciHHoH Ormmoreial of April M.
L Here ere apwirdi of a hundred thouaand worth good,
d and Indifferent wboaa aaaltirarioaa aiaanbiga and
nenrauona, logeinerwita uietr correct apauing and pro-
HnMiwn, in avi eieariy oeiora ua aye. too worn Ii
anqaaatiaaably tba tree teat Tbeaanraaaf Big Ilea Wordt
trar publlabad. s
from O Ohotland FlatniaUr ofAjpt.to, IBM.
iTldaatly Woaoaamn'a Iotaa Qoab-m Baonouta At
no only U4 lart, W Ua aarr wrk of Ma land tmmr
bai,andeaa by Re poatlbiUty tuner by owparieoa or
fontroTtny. , j , .
' From t ToUio Bladt ofMay 29.
Aa to raomiwounoa. Woatnraran n -m flT.vn.an
lollowad by our beat author: la dednltlona ha Una
iothlea to ba d Mired, tod la Uinoeum tt It undent
to tay that .WouasTaa eta be aafely followed. . . -
INQKAHI aV BRAGG,
PMkUattarttBkaellraBtiaMara.
HO. 191 BUPKBI0K ST., OLBVBLAND, OHIO.
B i i : f i . ;
THE IDTUALBENEnT
ilEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
1 -jr. i a t sor- Jit u it '
'Noworlt, XJ- aT.
Elvideaa Jnaaary l,l8i)!,daFer Cet,
, !l-ll'l JU O.M '. i JlJp I, I I
M BJ,819M SO,
, ptatenteatfamaarr , igiit(J j ,
lalance, per atateaaml Jan. lit, 1860 BM08.5QI 30
Booalred for Premiums dul
ling the seer lWCv..7t3t0SJ B, r.-its
Baoelwad tot fa aire it daHng - -wl'J Ir-
the year 1W0 .814,014 1
fatal taaalDta Her 18SS. ... BOTr nrfj fa
Kid Olalma by Deaui,9S7,0M 00
PaM PoUelat aurrea- 'f t tt-lf . ft nTV4
dared 4I,11 SBtj r 1 Ml A
Paid BaUriea, Pott
I aga, Taaaa, Ix-
lehang,w.-.ABL 54 T; j- T
Paid CoawlMlonl to " r JJ ...--l,
INtaewale.i,.fSB,aM T5 985,081 J I'dlVSTI Id
Vat Balance Jaawary let. 1881 '.1 1. S 18 wis' 50
Otahoa hand....;.'.U.V...J MBSSt ia4' ( 1 '-'
Bono, aad
Morlma
worth to
aonBaal
Bttate. worth doable tha " "" " '
aawunt loaned. 9Sttui W" OS mv'n
fivaalam Sotaa, an PollcUa , ,
to lorot, only drawing s par
teat. Interval.,-.. 1JHM i . . rl
Baal Btteia..,.,.,.,.V i. W.K13 17
fcanueBoj1p.M..MyM,,,ajl3ldd, . .
e,Bototeadflaeh,ln 1 ..N aj;iu.
Sa trtttaitrion .... .vja n .T . . ,
Tetol Atst1i,.r". t',ll,Si4 n
,eia roocnea at aire, najurrog 3B,rs,SBfl
1,(39 sew yellclas lavs beta bwaed daring the rear.
After a easeful ealealattea of lha prwaat Value af the
lunaaaing roiicietef ine uoarny,ee Bartag the
atoatiava; awttwai t eat are 4berarr, the Dlreotore
have denlaaad a Prrnawaeil 45 per on, ew the Preeal
wme paid at the table laUt.to all aollciearbr Ufa in feme.
leeaad prior to January , IBM,tpall aiimkig to the
luwii in lam voanpany
be Ooaioanwa
I aatea mg alt klndewt ute Contkigaiwaja,' Preaywia
un.,.Mwuin, a PTlr
Ipfl
r-ltcaUona, wilt be furnliued
wiTwopi ca.uoa, at the Ollice er Aaenskte at toe- 4)aa
rfny .... ......
" BOUT. L. JITTtltgOW, Preaiamt.
. n ni rw mm V. , . . . .
arwWwr it am T ' " aiwaiuani,
ra .1 i.,-...e-' ".opwie in nt
aTsrettSt XSfa Ulualrb."
IjHIrt AlfJl'ti-"
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rwinuvtiiMr,,.
iw '
selMl
jia,ueA is U turi eae MaMatKwo-sw .,'
JsprpJ-iT
...ua r.iAtt
11 ia ana.
'a. tt mu aiajh stns t
I
t
I
I'SJi f':r "7 Pl''''i l .'mi' Oiflf I
iLyersMrsaDaniia
:umifi invr 1IA
A eompotntd remedy
eftafoal AUmtit thai cab ba TnaJe. T it i
Bonaannmu tartrate c rmtt. BaMpurilla,1
w ftaabined -arUh ther'' robaUneed ' of ittll
Rttmtaf dtontfrw pvwwt U to afford tn1 effee,
tie antidota for tha diMaaea Samparilla 14
wpttted to mi. It la trslU-red that trach a
it wanted by-thowj 'Trbo mffftr from
Btrumout complainta, and that one trhich will
Botampliab, Utair curt muat prora of btunetisa
aerrio to thia larga elua of our aiEictd fcllow
citiaena. Uow-cotrrptotdjthlt corapouad will
do it hM been proyen by experiment on many
of tJie worst cmci to be fovwd. of the foUowiiig
r: Scxorm. abo ''Bo4autotfi Couhkam,
ErtPPTION AD ERUfTfTl DnllaXst UtfrrBH.
fcPjHPUl, lifcOTOUM.'tTOjWE.,: fiAii Rkbum,
ROALO JUI4D, BirEIUS AMD 8TPUII4TI0 Ar-
ncTioxa, MttonaiAt DisbaAb, tteonr, Neu
xalou or Tio DoDXocaxcx. Debilitt. Dti-
PXPIIA AND iNDIOiaTIOH, EbTSIPBLAS, RoSB
ok St. ATHOBTiIiBB, and IndaeA th" whole
cUm of complaints BrJaing farm. Impurity op
. Tii oompouaA will Ubm-tximi a treat mo.
moter of health, rhen taken in the tpring, to
cnpei me xoui numort wnicn letter tn the
blood at that Mason of the year. - By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorder,
are ninpedr in the bud. 'Multitudei' can, by
the aid of this remedy, eparr themselyet from
the enduranee of foul erqptiona and ulcerous
sores, throughwhich the syitem will strive to
xi itsett or eommtions. if not aasisted to do
this throTigh the ratwal channels pf the body
by '.an 'alterative medicine., dr-anan AlltL trum
mate4 blood whenever yon find iu impurities
uunuua; uuvugn vHuunin punpies, crupuons,
or1 sores ; cleanse it when yo find, it. i ob
structed and slufziih in tha weina t elnan ir
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will toll
tou wncn. jcven wnereno parucuiiir disorder
is fdt, people .enjoy better health, and .live
longer, Ibr eleansing the. Wood. Keep the
blood healthy. ah all is well t but witi thla
rabWmn of life duotileredi , there can be no
lasUng health. '. Sooner or later komething
rntist ro wtong, and thtf great fflachinery of
life Is disordered or' overthrown. -
. Baraaparilla has. and deserves attach, tha
xeputaUon-of accomplishing these ends. - But
the world Las' beta egregiouely'JdeceiWi by
preparations of it, "partly because the drug
lone has not all the virtue that' is cTohped
for it, but more becsuse many preparations, '
pretending to be. concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. .. . . . .
XJurina late years the Dublin have "been mi..
led by large bottiee, pretending to ghre a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar, .llont
of these have been Aaad upon the; aUK for
they not only contain little, if any, Sampa
rilla, but often no curative orobertiea white.
er. Hence, bitter and painful dlsappijiatment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name useji is justly; despised, and has become
synonymous Willi tapowioa twd oheat. i Still
we call this compound sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply iuch a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it, - And we think we have grow for
believintr it has virtues which era irrmiatihla
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is intend.
a to eure la. order to secure their comcler
dicariau from the system,'the remedy should
oe juaicieusiy laKea according to directions on
uie Dome. .
PREPARED B7
DR. I. CATER ft CO.
LOWELL: MASS! ' '
Prion, ft par Bottle Blx Bottlta for 8.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for thu p r
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it ia wuureiy unneceiaary lor us to recount the
evidence of its virtuet, wherever it hat bean era-
pioyca. as it Oil loni been in eonitint m
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the seonle its SuaHtv la kent nn tn th. ru
it ever hat been, and that it may be relied on to
wj iur tuor reuci au u nil ever oeen round to do,
AyerCatlwtic Pills
-' 1 toe tbb ouai or - -1 - :
Cotlitmtn. 'Janniice.' Dytoeviid. ' Indiaiutlan.
Dy$erUery, Tout Slonwh, EtyipUa, lUadackt,
PiU$, JVieumatitoi, Eruption and Skiti DiieaM,
Lintr Complaint, Droptfi Tetttr, Tumort and
Salt Rlievm, lVbrmt,, Gout, Nmralgia, iu a
Dinner Pitt, and for Purifying th Blood. ' . 1
They are euear-eoatod, aa that the moat tens,,
tire can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for fill the purposes of a
family physio. . . ..
Prtoe U seats per Box; Five boxes tor $1.00.
Greet numbers ef Clergymen, Physicians, States
en, aad eminent Tyrone ee. have lent their
aames to eertify the unparalleled useful 11 eta of theae
remedies, but our space here will sot permit the
fneerdon of them. The Agents below named fur
nlta gratis our Amiucan Almanac in which they
are given; with alto full deecriptions of the above
complainta. and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their ear, f 1 1 , t . . ,
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
Mher preparations they make more nroflt on.
Demand Ana's, and take no- etheri. The tick
want the best aid there it for than, and they should
haye it. , V! 1 1 : :.i , i ..: :;i..
AUourrtmeheeTuwfWaalelry -t,.; . cj .1 ...ji
V':J.LlZLLVti1iT AnTOM.'OotobwS,' c
AjUrTHtrirt,.., DeiV,,, eTerywbere. . .- 1
aoTftlrd.lwtw - ' " .1 ...,':, 1.;
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;';,STEAmRSi:;;';:
v , r. : TO AND FKOBI - "
U)ND0I)ERRY,T:qiABa0W.
Liverpool, Montreal.' -Xinebec,
fha aTaatreal Oaeaa itauanhfa ev-i-. ...i. a..
mii-MwerMOlydowllt Staaaaaaa aalk vary Sat.
fare.
ll VH0B.WBOUN,
BOBRMIAH.i
Jit w AfJUaAX0, l '
t 1
numu bhitoiv;.
OAHADIAB,- I 3 IrOVA BOOTIAM. f
SMsaa)aH Okii)MSai aa47nleltet Can.
HvJ-M J."" .1: fitaawe irwaa 1. . 1 1 1
AKZSia TO AU tAUl Of iroori.
ttaitess ot Ptrnmn to tropes' "!;'
S30L BMO. f.41. '-"'
Will sad freai tTTXBPOOn evtrv VTmimmZimV.
and fme QU1HBO arwarw Staraaw.aallmeat
vwi, j.itow auamaaa itee AtalMtad
PaMrirtrt, to and froa Irelana and Boatland.
Mrpf"lhe Btaeaaere art built of Iron, la watut-tlght
wm.ym..v, mmttf mmm IH(IWinOH BrgeWtJ, Bad
every tttenttoa It (aid to tht comfort and tcceeanwda-
Aa thev wroaaarl altaM an iinrwtf.
Bit rn tad dehy ef ealUof st St. John's
a avoided, .nnn ri ; t . , j, j t-, ,r
I eiaagow patatngert art farnltl
ckaai to and from Indoaderry.
aiaagow paaatngart are mraliiid. with .nss psaus
warn anmata ajauwae at iwaaaie aatae. .tne'
OertllVcaWe lataad tor earrjlng u and brlngbig out pae-
i. 1 .. - all Ik. 1 1 . . . . r . .
.n u nu tu riTjnai Hiwua oi ureal Mtaia and
(aad. at reduced rataa. hr thk Una af anm.
treb
ty tha WAsuiatiroa una or baxlinm pacabts,
bMtTlng Liverpool arary weak.-,, IKfr.n , . ,
lg-Bit Drafta far tt aa aawardle aay-
laaderWalst. r' ,J
HjeWiew erat the Offltie, ts' iSPtOAB.
tTAXa BiaUW Vaurka. aaA aa VVaaTtvu
W-1"--! t. , va, i t.-i '- r
y ,i IA1XV tXiXZX eeasnllrata.
Br - -ft- J. II. ARMSTRQMC: vt
elB-iHAw rose Onlee.Ootuaitni. ohtor-
w
1 CoTcirtacrahip.
taM.a mmmmm .
ton JAAIKS ADtUHrBATR aawattaa ta fcli
!T? . wU h e-adnote- eader the Sua
of Bala Bon. P.BAl.MBo.Th mJk uTT
OolwakM, fehlS. VK. t v.i. a c " .t .r.v
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Mow 1. it 1 tr?rt'' rr-
ti t Hew o. 1. , . ,1
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B ismpeenwf, i-at t-g a. u ... jcvan Haw
inm . TTTH ,n aiia-aa wkh U.anJ
. - a xnaaifw e t
.U Tr.lf.i .-ai-lll L , I
; MnM to bd An moat
;
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
ISam i.-1 .r
RAILROADS.
For Cine;
ft .. ii rr ) II iu ti iiJi!1Ti).!
7tOS tit AAdikBApolil
Through to lndianaoolls Vithoat Change ?f Cars
laad bdt pne thsjjgeof.CaTtn betw m
- ' ' jtt.'n Columbnsaad St. Louis1.'
!(' .C-.t ais'l' .ail Sl a esfcul t.
Four Trains DRfly frorii Coluriibus,
.. .i;.i.wV-RST TRAI.v' ,.w-.
AOOOMUODAnOlf at S a, stopplni at all its
lloat between Colanaua and OlaolaaaU tad iraytoa. a
"TD M Owlnnati at 10 05 a. at., and at Dayton at
wave, eounietur u uiiiab mr i nri in run-in w
the Waat. - T rrrr.
' : second; trax':x;::;
Iondon,Oharleeton, Oedarvillt, Xenia, Bnrinx Valley,
Oorwln, Iraaport, Bart Ancient. Morrow Bt.Tlebanoa,
f oiter't, fcovelaad and Ullford, arrtrlng at OlMUnatl
aOm A MA rHKHH nVC II aUl ana . . tfiwunla... ml T.aaV...
t V.?" t"Wm a a.4 p. B.,enBeetlnt wrlk tka
uiueanaaiiaiiMippiiiauroadrorlukavllla, Jkr.. Vin
eeanea. Cairo, St. Louie, New Orleana, etc. i at Dayton
foe Indlanapolle,UfayetW, Tern Haute, Obrctgo and
eea vr wapsaJSIA fWlUiBJa.-, ( it el . j I . 'ft ,
r ;;7':'i;TmRDTiiAiNVi':';;;;:,v;',(;!
HAIL at V.10 n. m.. atntmlnw m .11 .i.il. it
ColoBbaa and Xenia, and at Baring Valley, Oorwln,
Morrow and Lore laid, arriving AOlnclnnaU at J a. a.
foTJRTH TRAIN. ':,
HIOHT XZPRESS. via Daton. at 19 00 'tiPh?Uh?
aiopping ai imaoa. Am la, Dayton, Mlddlatowu and
Hamilton, arriving at OioctnnaU at 1.25 a, muf at Day
ton at 9.35 a. m.: conneatln nininn.i mttw ..
vnio anu unawippi atiiroaa wr Louttrllle, Sranrrille,
Vlnoennee, Cairo, St. Loala. Meaphlt, New Orleana!
od all potato South and Boath-weet; alaosat Dayton
iw wiuwiatw,!!, utajeua, aarre hmm, Chtcaga, ate.
i,1 : .
lurfor further Information aad Through Tlokew,
mVK' w AIVAAX.OA, A. AlMtamiXCw. IJiUOO AMDOC.
siilntvthna ' . . . .
in. ,. .-o-'i-ju ! t. . BTBADiR,' ' i' ' '
i.Uj 1 Oraerei Ticket Agent, Olnclnnatl.''
-!..... JNO. W. DOHKITT,
m !. .. .. .-, -; . Aaent, Oolumbui.'
i'i ' .; 1 !-... ,1: K.W. WOODWABB, :
, '. . Buperlntanojent, Olnclnnatl.,
Colonial, July 14, 1861. .
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
RAILROADS COMBINED!
-' 1 1. - , .....- i '
OONBBOima AT BILLAI1B WITH THB
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PniBBUXOH WITH THB
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
r
RAILROAD:
NSK1M0 THB '.' I'.' ,
Shortest Quickest & Most Reliable
i . ItoQte to all Eastern Cities !
Tf sins Leave Columbus as follows
: MOKNIKO) IXPXBS8 :1
Leavea Columbua J.90 A. M. from Union Depot, via
svuatiw or nieuoenviiNt arrtveaat Belairt, 1B.SO A.
M.; BteabenvlMe. 12.90 P. M. : pittabnnh. a.40 v. M
frtfajl. 1 1 A. at. I via AOmtown, arrlrea at New
dolphin, i.19 A, M.; Hew York, 10.30 A. M. Connect!
aoo ai uarraourg for Baltlaore, arriving at 7.45 A. M.
Sleeping Can attached to tbia Train
Prom Columbua, run directly through to Bellalre or
Plttaburgh without change: and Paaieugtri via Allan-
town arnrv u new x ork at 0 A. M. ,
ILrTWO HOURS IN ADVAN0B 0P N0RTHXRN
1 . MMBB, r,
This Train also connect ai Bellalre with the
, Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. t
PITTSBUaOH IZPRESB.
Learea Ooluabua 11 23 A. U.. from TJnlon B.not. ta
Bteubenville; arrivet at Newark, 18.50 P. M.; Coahoc
ton. S.15 P. M.l Btanbanllla. Q P. At.: Plttahnrr. H.in
1. jLTiuia bi inaoniy route cy wntcn raaeengara
nan leaveClndnnaU at 7 2. M., go through to Pilta-
uniia ju uaiigui, wiiueuf euange 01 cart or aeiay.
. . FAST UNI.. ., .
taavea Oolumbut S.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Bellalre: arrivet at Newark, 3.83 P. M.J Zineevult,
4.33 P. M.: Bellalre .7 JS P. M.i Pittahah. 11. x '
M.: Barrlaburg, 9.00 ;a. M.J via AUmknon. arrivet
at Hew Tork.4 P. M.: via PMtadolpMa, arrlvet
Phlladelphla, 1J0 P. M.) New York, o P. M, ThU
Train alto eonnectt at Harrlaburg for Baltimore, er-
rariua a. jr. JU.
ThU Train runt tbrourh to Bellalra or Plttihniwwlth.
oat thante of Can; and from Plttabarg there It no
change of Can to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
Hew York thus oseflng . .t , ;
Tbm only Rout from Columbus to Baltimore,
, roiiaaeipma, or new xorx, with only
u .... oo caanga of Cars.
Bv Ihla Train Paaunma aritn In K.a, Vn.k a..
loan la adranoe of the Northern lineo.
Tbia Train alto connaola at BalUin with tha BalUmnM
end Ohio R. .,.. . , 1 , , f. . , , ... .;
CTTbls Route b 30 mile shorter to Pittsburg,
Htimt wan iuv mnee Doner to
i '',ntw xorK.ttiaa northern Lines. ' ' -
I , It !l !. i r 1
Baggagt Claecked ToronelL to aU im
: . .... i portaat Pointa aat. v ,
v i ' ' '
i U-M -,r., : ...AAA I0 TIOBAia VIA :
j , BELLAIRE OR BTEUBENVILLE. !
TlckeU
Caa Tr altker Ktei'
:i i i Sl
' ' JU0. W. BROWlf.
Oen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio It. A
I. A. HUTCHINSON,
Oen. Ticket Agent Steuboorllle Short Line.
JelS
AGRICTmiilWAREHpUSE
' 1 -Ajid fcseed JStore,
PI ". 1 i :w
BIAUB m
GENERAL HARDVARE.
isi HATLk, VaABB, 8 ABB, PUITT, OOBDAOH,
Caas, Ptetau, WaAAifcTriuawf Wstra,
imeraae Bubber Strang, lace Leather, Hoee and
eot-ciy
1 Jltvoltitn la Heck THt sad Besrtvr : : ..' v j
" v 'l l t' ' By w Md Semto Ooluwt,- r.--)
, Jv i . " JtobroWered Pocket Handkerchleh.,,,
e PVrUlOdOioTea.iuptTlormike. ' '
;j uVoldaa Hill Bhtrttt vmrtoea ttyles . ' " ' " '
.BeyVOeldeaiUll Bhirto, do i . t;ii V- .
y prlvtofind Btnet01orte.de . 1. h ., ,g -Heaaaod
Pocket Haadkercnlala, various trite. ' ,
Half Hoot and Under Oannenla,
: Aflp A B01,
aprilS 'ft.u,f.1cHBoHlghtreet.
rii.l '
r irrm
' aueaatoeearewaakeaf
V AEniCAN VATCHC3,
Vtaredbw I, HOWARD to HO 1 aaVa u.
XlMwaWatcheaare far tuperior to aajrtbioa mr effarad
to the piMlo, heretofore. Harme the eaoltntTa aeene.
IoaB evil laea at price to Ml the ttoito. I ban art
rptr4atorgt luXNifeeC - .-. ;i. ....J T
I'V'wHfiLtRICAIT vVATCHts; p".
aanatacwrta a rr 4,1111, ijur . TO 4 alse, a
aatsortBtate, i;r..j n-i. i,tvwiiBH!.,ji,.
laej48lP awi9. wATcxsss.,
s mNMMBUvsrOaw)atftaltait.,eM
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[From the Petersburg Express, August 31.]
[From the Petersburg Express, August 31.] Rebel Opinions on the Victory at Fort
Hatteras.
The bombardment aaa itantnra .f rn.t ri.t
Sf Pfnl Federaf fleet, which sailed
from Old Point aa Monday, and which we an.
aonnoed yeeterday, baa been fully confirmed by
It U now stated that the Federat fle.'and
aewmpaaying lMachee, barges, etc., rjootaioed
tvelva regiment, numbering newly or quite
twelve thoueaed men. Instead of soar iheaaand,
" f the agent af the assaeiated press
"w""w-"Ji :-j . :. 1:1 ij ,. i. ..) j
Wa reeret to hear that tt.a i..
at tort Uatterae, li 1C0I. Bradford, weU koowo
in Virginia and North Carollaa, ba baviog
served for many year In tha United States
army. He, aa well as Com. Barron, are both
highly valuable and efficient officers, and thels
. T, hogh temporary, Is on that will be
seriouelyfeH., . ,..., :, r ,
We bear also that oor foroes at Cape HatteraS
warw larirar Ulan au anmrmatloa anaari na tn
state In yeeterday' Exprtu. W ascertained
jeeterday afternoon, from a young offloer who
had just come in on a special train from North
Carolina, that . 580 Confederate frmm .au.
stationed at Cape Hatteras.all of whom were
tutm puoDers. a oompajy of Bute troops,
numbering 100 or more, reached the Fort oaiy
i . hmJ2 Mon " fa 'nt he bands of Oen.
aatler. - There were torantw 39.m.
e at Fort Hatteras, but shot and shell were
ooeroo. ' ' 1
rort Hatte'raa is situated on the outer 'coast
of North Carolina, about twenty milea south of
Cap Hatteraa, and although saffioient Urn had
not elapsed from iu commencement to th at
tack to render It very formidable.it I thought
tut, with an abundance of ammunition and a
Jaw men, K could hav suocesefully
resisted the very fearful odd with whloh it wa
compelled to contend on Thursday lst. .
MaOT are dlSDOtad ta rllannta tha .J. u
which come claim will be gained by th loved
rr In occupying this point. ThatUl an im
iwrtanl position, w do not entertain a doubt. If
the ODlOioU Of thoie Whn liaaa haui. r.n.111..
... - - - mm-mmv tat iSvvBa mm I al a aaBSa
with Pamlico Sound for many years paat, is en-
titled to consideration.. This sound is. but
eighteen or twenty mile la .wldth-oaroly
that, la-obably-and it waahea the most fertile
MatlA. s.9 M-.t. n .t . . .
rvvu vi nurui larniina; intat it amnra nna.
notable Streams, theaa atraama tvana...itn u.
into the Interior two reaohlng tba important
town of Newbern and Waahinotnn. anrfaa..n.
navigable for Lincoln's gunboats. , Havioz
gamed access to the Sound, these gunboats can
commit depredations upon tha innocent people
of North Carolina to an almost Incalculable ex
tent, ir tney do nothing mora serious. . In this
oonnection the fallowing fmm ib wiin.i.n.
Journal of Thursday afternoon is appropriate:
' tt A a ara fn.nt..J - . r
" tuouMuueu bo rue ume einoe, au tha
iiurtuoru paoen nava been hnwl bb In n,i
Over the defective cherantap nt tha k)n.L.J.
toe norto Carolina coast, and demanding that
the i Jneet of cirates' who hare th tlr rendezvous
In Newbera.be broken up.' ,
"Day before yeflterday, in obsdieooe and re
spoDse to the howl, a large Federal flotilla
steamed along down our coast, having passed
Csp Henry on Monday evening, coming south
with man and small boat, fin TnaaH.. ii...
Appeared off Hatteraa, and may attempt a land
ing to take the batteries In th rear and cap.
tore them, thu scenting an entrance through
the Inlet into th Sound, for their small boats
Bud lleht steamers, who wnnlri thua h,..
flt?.0,.,1Le,h,IowwalrB '""a Newbern
to Elizabeth City, with th power of Infliction
fp "M"WUB b uus upon our people"
. Thy exeUemeDk. we fear, ia ill eontbeaaUro
Uarol'Dft, U Terr treat, man nmnrw. mm thfnlr
hAlnir tinnOrtMaaelTa U...UU.! It .
a " . mf rr- - wa eta aaawjMSeaWf
aanger. a urge number of troops have been
airmuj vruereu to mat point, ana U 1 rumored
among passengers who arrived last evening,
that the Governor will immediately nail nnt tha
... . -v r
J
Captured Confederates.
Ti . A rt. ... . : ..
a us AumiuiBiraiion ia trranuaii mm.ni.
round to an acceptance of the necessities of the
ume m regara to toe treatment or persons cap
tared under arms atralnat tha Union, r n ariL
ourl there have already been several exchange
of prioor according to the usage of war. and
tba practice Is growing In favor elsewhere, Ia
th article of capltataUon.by which Commo
dore Barron, of the Confederate Navy, surren
dered bl force at Hatteraa Inlet a few day
go, it wa stipulated on the part of the United
Stole officers that th rebel soldiers should be
treated a "prionr of war," whieh I a direct
recognition of belligerent rights. " Wa think it
imwiy mat ua reaerai Administration will no
longer bold to th doctrine that It cannot eon.
lent to th exchange of prisoners, but must re-
gara all enemies token In tha present conflict
i traitors, una as iisdis to indictment and pun
ishment for treason. This last mentioned poei
Uon U almost, If not quite, anteaable, And
however reluclant the Administratis,
In iiuamI aila... -. I. . .
" r"""t uy vtuer weaimeut than
that du to Insurrectionists or rfntura. mitt....
exlgenoiee- would seem to demand the course
St. Louis Repub.
The Reason Why Democrats
Abolition.
oppoee aboUtkut beeaasa iu vota
ries hav always denounced the Coaatitntion aa
"a league with hall," sad held diaanloa to be
a positive blessing. ThU oartainly I auffioieat
baeU tor th opposition of aay loyal man to a
poUoal organization, -But thtre are other
reeaon. And first a citizen of Illinois haa no
but ngue ui meuuie wiu tn affair of Ken
tocky, than a cltiten of Kentucky ha with th
affairs of Illinois.. This 1 (ha tra txnstUa
tional dootrin. and wa meat ithr lira an to it.
ot sgree with Pbilllpsy Garrison aad Greeley
that tha CouUtntioal a "leegu with jKl5
and therefore acknowledge that wa are firhtio
to sustain a Meovenant with helL" Seooodlv
Kentucky 1 a loyal Suts, bat it I. alo a t W
toWln -! troa la tha Union
baeaaee b tbiaka bee property and rlghta will
be safer thr than In seceesioD. DemocraU.
therefore, hold that it la th duty or tha Gov
ernment to proteot Kentucky In aU her rights,
Whether slaveholding r ether, and thai every
really loyal eitlsen at tha North will abandon a
boiler of emancipation., whloh will irritat the
Bontheru Unionlstt, an4 may terrify them lata
rebslllon. W hold, as party, thM the Gov
ernment ha enemite enough outh of Maeou
and Dixon's line already, and that any man who
advocate- doctrines which tend to Increase th
Bombers of thos enemies mast be opposed bp
every constitutional means in our power, aad
w belleva that this Is th sentiment of an enor
moo majority of tba American people.
t Beeldee this, wa do no believe that In any
poealbl contingency beaeflt can b derived to
th Usioa aaaaa hi eranaodiiaiirn. w. m.
aeve reach' th slave to amaaclpate them in
the ootwa Stat, aad, If wa ooaid, it U doubt
ful whether they would hoi tarn item aa la
alarm: aad as their freedom la aaaault Bptm
their lamancipatore. .: Latly-e do not knew
What tail pa dem With thane In a et.ta nl iv.
f th,M rB" fo saeooaata-
Htroauiy, aa impraoueapiuty,. aad ita mjottioe
v MvuwwTm wuiuw , mnn, anouHeu is to b fear
Bd and shwaned..' t ..1,., fUiwin,t i:t r
1 W mart keen faith with, loyal Soattteraert
ss wall aa loyal Northern srs. There are indl.
oaUM that by a proper policy agaiaat aboUUoa
wa may wia back many maa ia tha aeeeeed
State, and eo para tha way la a reeonetnotlea
of tha Union, i In North Carolina th loyal
tlmeat la awakeaiag. 8o ia Etstsra Tcnaea
e nwhll - K eo tacky, . Mietoari,. Jdarylaad,
Weetara Virginia, aad Delaware, all .atave
States, ara ganatalty irmla theaattoDftl eaaae.
Shall wa keep she strtogtA tout proffered ,
nd Mva tba (Wfea.-ar, by eepomiiia as mbetU
tioa iolicr, throw ll awy,wa4 am kaaanaaaatlr
destroy th -Union I ;That la. theaiarpl eaaa.
tlon which ttsAogUtlon jounraU and. leader!
:-i.l4uiilii'ilj
I7,??'!to A'?0ly' : ,PmocraU say. earl
the Union ml all hatardS. ' Da everything ti
...a. I, . 1 - jr., 7 . - a
.. ... aauuyt HI lua&w a lUUKKKKaDI peaOO-
nght for It, nd. by exaoi atwaUtatlonal justice
to all sections, prov how sincere i your devo
tloo to,- It. - That la. tba poaition (hey offer t
th people, and that position rendets ft tmpen
Mr upou them to declare poIiUoat war up
the radical Abolitionists., who, of ! all partlea li
me country, esteem their partisan dogma! mar
aiuuvrtaui tnan rna neaMapaaiiiin at tha
Chicago Times.
The Position
Toward the United States—Views
of an Intelligent American.
,
An Intelligent Amerloao, who I la England
wrttea aieUee to th lon Put, UjrWoltA
Eogland la not with ua In thu at...i. ti.
thu neither Jn ber Govern moot nor her peopii
turn Maorunvquif oe, lAOOnogp. th BMI
ufaoturing otMliglous, th aiiatocraU arpfoT
'!"," iwaaeeB, ia cDgiana our mend. 'WAea
Napoleon Drononaoad Enoland ta ha n..i2
or shopkeepers," he simply meant that aba wai
.MwuuKiuy aeinan. -xou hav Aba ky ulhli
to her present feeling toward tbeUnlietJ StatdU
if no avenue is ooened before th ii,t i iU
oember next by which th oottoniuanereor
amouir euu reiy ,npoa ouly Motiving tbd
present crop of raw material from tba Southern
eiates, a national bankruotov ia nnoa. this
eountry , Tha talk about Indian cottoo ia noni
seose. Not oa spindle la a thousand eaa twisi
ia. aiu uey could, it wm lak four yeanl
With Soil and climate and lino ana .kill .J
wuuu in javor 01 US mitlvntlnn aa thaw uA
against it, to bridge over tba .chasm, c F oaf
Vnare! whan fra .r .ia l ... an
--, ---- h m w .raw a atvT a are auui 4
OlSnt tO imaovarlah. anrl nf mm aat ......
four million of ber factory operative. , JLook
a. w iwTcatrj riooonweaven jaet a inter, and
then multiply , their number by thro hendred,
u yon wuh to understand what hangs over this
country In almost as nsar proximity as tha aa
tumnralns. , ,. ... : ... , " t
Nsvertbeless. Eneland aill not Interfapa with
onr )Iockade. I regard thU aa oertaln.. Nl
oniy would this not help , the matter, bat In
view of that large section of her people most
Interested in her stapl production, wbos ansa J
Imous wish no Ministry v sutures to thwart, It
would Inextricably complicate what i already
bad enough. Th EnglUb people, and the
Government too, have a thorough conviction.
that, even With our orient dlfflmiltlaa nn xure.
hands, wa abould declare wax against England,
on ths slightest real, causst antfwlth that -!
vicuouuera exist a (ear that ia ease of ho.
tilitiss the old grudge would sot aa a bond to
unite all the StaU4a etrikla the heavleet
blow agalnat oor anelent foK . Added to all,
this is th Haver dlamitaed thaaetiaW-ea alamant
In English policy almost paramouat-ttkat thai
uiendship with irano wIU yet prove to be bol
low, and that th Emperor eali awaits oodoi
tunity to avenge WBArloo.j:,A,wae with the
United State, wbieh would cripple oetamecoe,,
stop th Importation of breadstuff, wholly tdoaa'
aireauj too giattea marKet, end aepauasly
lor years shut the doors of every oottoa factory,
yppveeu, at wooia oe. oy miuioos ol starring
fb?". nd De68ared ffllU-owners, would, lo
uw vpiuion or toe noiuers ox tore per oenU and
th landed arlstocraoy, rurnteh a dlstractad aad
impoverished country aooh an opportunity. : It
may be regarded, therefore, ae certain that
cngiana win not Interfere In our troubles.
Neither will France. Owlnrr tn tha mmiiI
Influence and plauaibl miirpreatallon of
our late minister, nearly every leading member
of th French Chamber avow strong sympathy
with th (seeding Stales. It Is not It weeks
since the French Minister of Foreign Affairs
advised a distinguished Italian officer who went
to him for lettera to Waahlnvton with a ia.
of entering our servioe. to rather go Into the
Southern army. I do not know that thia feel.
tog Is shared by the Emperor now, though there
waa no aouot bdoui nia proclivttiee wbo. Mr.
Faulkner left. Notwithstanding all this, and
Ia spite of the new soreness felt In regard to
AaLav aa A. t aBC m. uT I . a. a a .
uo ut tana act, rrance is not iixsiy, either
alone, or in concert with England, to teterfer.
France most hav bread, and this the United
0.. 1! mi . . . . .
wtstwa auuuuaa. imt eiOKl tact 11 an ahaoInU
guaranty of paciflo policy on the part of the
umwrur. seniuea. wnen naa ijn Naitniann.
daring hi whole public life, under whatever
pressure, ever shown any active aympatby ia
behalf of the Preach manufacturers 7 And, as
in England, it is the manufaotnrine slue who
either as consumers of the raw material grown
iu niuoTica. or as producers oi me lattice told
in America, are the anfferers. ' - -
Of course the forerome cdIbIco ara formed
upon the belief .that Washington I aafe from
any attack the rebel may saake upon It.
Whatever might be the efftat twodaaad ethnma
by tha loss of th Nation's Capital -and, judg
ing from what Northern men are bare, it would
be to concentrate the life of the eountry Into a
twwwr trraiiiuDieenoogB m wp lu immm D
K stent force ef Ue rebels into theGali of
exloo it would be dlcwtroua to oar toralga
relations. Heaven aav a from such a oataa
trophe! . Whatever might be lu result in pro
ducing a recognition of the set ditant MComrd-
erateoT St tee" a a dlatinet and InaenaBalant
natioo and there I room to doubt U would
o strengthen tba hand of. the oumi ef free
governmente and popular inatltotiona, aad eo
destroy the little faith ef the. maasea ia aw
ability ultimately to oruab iaatwUUion.ibai
notnmg bat eomplsto suooees would ever gite
ua ana uearty aympauy 01 C.aropeL;.c.. 1 1 a-
k Insli Iine3DLGoba.J j''es
WABRAATED FABBtlD . n . -(
U0o?,L,??T? W Meaaep-.v. a il
. . . aula uut aou anapDut aainana. i .
1 " -k Linen Sheeting and unew OiInn.T "
Linen Oambrfc and Lan. L..n. ' i
.i t
AMaea Pnrrat bawrlk'au all ataat. '
11 LhenNna1iaindD,0ylta?V ,
' Lima Table Olotfat aud Batht Daaweki. '",
u Linen Toweie wiu eolatadbetwara.'i ti bsl)'
Linen Blair Oovarinataadtliaak, t.u vq
Portaltatlowsiiiiei. . r. I
! fabn . Ho. W Booth Hlahatrarl,
KICRR-WI1.
treat tU Netftork wrvei.V ?
I all atartlaa - - - tavat. 2
ihredtoMV Mr llnTl a Mliaaal naa.
and art alio eoatpelled to make latum to hla, aadar
oath, aa to tn cumber aold, bia boot, glte aoorrect .tttt
tt. front thle reliable toureo We but attained toe
'"S eaatauot. f tba aaohtots aaae ta tot pea
1850, there won teld, ...... i.
By Wheel,, m WDKaw..j:'8l.i u.) ui,
I . -"5VLM. BtngrAOo.w.T.,...10,JllaV,
! ' T-vrrmiABakr......."
i thirwtrrgttsealceof Whetletai WHtoa to'u'oVrilKi1
Sneett any ether Oompaay.". iJ fc-i.. v
! Awarded thoh.neet piueBnat ml tbm ktt .t-Uiu!
- Celled Stetaa Tia WS8, MB and USOi Ui
-1 eke el-the tiV-t-.ti..
I, . Ohio Stare Salre of lR3indl8iWj
. I aad tt nearly aU too Ooaato Patr to She Skhfi-T
i Orprleet.at thelatoreiTaoO'ara ateaaa
toot MeA amehlne now eold, and but a tilfle higher than
the falertor mm Strwetl IrWrto H4ek whmAm, .
. Th4 WHBBLBR to WTtBOlt MAbBTNB rnakea fbe I
Sat!!L wi'Kf "
H. ORART, l P)lg it., tXwmbn, Q.
' ".'Im'ZII- ' L ' V WM- SCMHBR St -004 M
acwdfcwOa ylhe'S Opera Howie, Cincinnati
R -ar?JaRJP,"B.0" .TAAal
w.-i-.i.-a oi a RAI4 A lo1'
P0 lr.U.,A 1 ytvvB Sautn!rt aaMBlH
avwtuwi btw bvthi, )bh uvaBM n
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toi-t,tajvf,i.wty..in(ji,.,),,
ewnaae. a.trnuta ana ttew,a.t to the aer-t ... i
aaaae. .ilw,,t.t lli
amty, ewiaued eaprewu' ftw f
laprito
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HUNImvVEIL,8', ,,,Jt
UNITERSAaj.
aiwayt Saraaaaets at oaaaapiioa. A & Soorwraa
haa no taperlea. i 1 IroV aU Ortlteer
Baetto propertiee, may ba aaad byatott tolleataaonttJa
to Uona, aad Jrtoot toafctonja? ' '
CKLKBRATEI)
i;'f 'l!lB!ji .y ir,t'
...TOLU ANODYNE.
Tea OaaaTan Vivaaai Ovurt ever eferad It tot
world, toatatokwaea a aataole tf .Optaia, aor any eaa
vtonoa bat IU etriotly yoeetable tal awdloal propertiee.
a. mmrm mmmmwsf mr annuaau,' stanaiTiaf, aoor,
To?TMA, Acaa, OaTanaa, Rote oa Hat hvat,
aad all miner Marroaegeiptaln4e '
.. ii Lwl , Aewa sod Hrailaeha to - aH 111 varletltt, '
i',?!."?!!1, "Blcbaoel udeabltd teetaoni
all an offered. 1 -. ' . 1
Poa Dauaitnt Tama It Ii a moot perftot reaMdy.
Poi . Bowo, Oottrtuirra, ATUr reawvuif the tatoltaeuj
. t".r? r naiu aea tviai BMita. k,n,
and to Dealer or faavatoadjaertotlva auanhtot wttKau.
Prepared auler OM ipacial ewperrlalou of
JOHSf R., BHJBJVKWELL,
r ir :t CWtvi AM HUUtlOTOTiet,
Re 0 CoauaersUl Wharf, Bostoa, Ksss
To whoa plant direct aH eopaunltatlone.
Prleae-Ltrge Cough ReaMdy, S aesbj per bottle
Small ' aj ' ti
Tola Aaodyne, ' 50"
T"r.be. aaual whoteeale aid retaU dealer,,
JWBJUrK.r"',r tf. 1. HARPS,
JOHN R. COOK, J. M. DBNIO
. DBNIOtoBokB. A.J.80HUBLLBR 40,
aayl7rly Aawats for Oolumbua, Ohio.
STONED BAZAAa.
No. ''Vhne ' BlotVk.
A. P STOIVE' i'CflARRA
i. IBR 000D8. and lavltotkt pubtle to bnrpect
- e each atodt of flooda hat evwrbaea brought te
thlt Btrkat. Th Boaah, toooawaqaouc. ot the failure
of the graia crop, hea aotheaa able to pufehaae the ue-
ai ,BMuty m rm goodi, nod tba fact haa forced the
fSPn,"U TS .lWle aaetton. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) belu to New Tort at na i. i .'Zl
adrantag of toeaa, a4 wa eaa and will tell our gooda
f'" than any one who pnrchaied two weeka Hoot.
ELEGANT DRE33 SILKRJ1
OTTOMAN VELOURS, .
BROCHE TALENCIAS,
- PRINTED MEBINOS,
-JPRINTED C0BURQ3,
mCKALrACAS pTFf,0?-'
ORLEANS, ' " ' ' ' "
, FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
- i I Ji I. -J i ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
( " DELAINES.
SHAWLS. AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
;,;BOTght' in One Day ;
LADIES" FURS,
j HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Hen'i,Ladiat and Children ! Under Bhlrlt and D ravin
Udiet, Mieeee and Ohlldraa't Hoalary ef all kindi. In
Wool and Umb'i Wool; Ilaeey Lined aad Oottoa aiovat
of ovary make.
i ':. ' 7 teo '
A complete assortment of all the nanal
Me of -
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
OVERCOATINGS,
i ' TWPirno
FLANNELS. '
RIBBONS, i
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambria Hand-
Aercniea, Ac.
To neraona who call . . .
i. "Z7n.r.'"-n'"' Wtm one ollar per
hour while kwktne.
aaE.-autaWlUr.
BTONB A O'HARBA.
NEW
ARRIVALS
, . ,
Summer Millinery.
Spring &
'.i i i .
Tha Btoplc Roplealahad
PKORI laATBST IBtrOBTATIIINa A
NEW YORK.
, . .. i MT STOCK Ot
Spring 8c Srunmer IJillinoxy
B0W wamleto, ooaprktag tvtry variety of Mllla
eiyi alio, a targe aejortaeat of labroldertee; eetety '
aad Notlona, A., aadlnquaaUtiad prtot that nam.
not faU to wit all who may toror at wlthaeaU. Tha
good, bare heoA tKHtatPaak prlcef,. tad will btold ,
at t mult advance on coat. ' ' " T
j Ui ,Tltl I ' I m .,J, 7. jj 1' li-j.i
Mlllilaf KEY'
; Miss M.E.YOUNG, late of New YortCUy," '
Will eapertatend the Milliner nam.r..'. ' ' '
- " a aeaa AUtapc IVU
StperioBoTto the moat Tuhionable XatabUehmant n
BrenayWUt atone be awarraaty toot eh win bo able
toal-eatlaaaktoeUea k awaitotBrf tatto toall :
ewavortetultatbtUrerdeia. h
i The Udlaa ot Oolumbui ud vicinity will an.
ept ay rinctrt (hanka for their liberal patronage, nd
1 would reepeotfulry tolldl a eeaOaiiaaet of tht awe. '
lad! to ari'4'.r-j..W'aa avAA - -t
6B Eaat Ttwa
aa., uaiBataaa, o, ,
nttoiB cnTititBf . ; iA atir t. carr-amit.
H.T. CHITTENDCN' T
lI Sire ecATTCutNlTf airAW.- t-jjojj: et
!ITiMeak Ma-ltWTtotT'Oia.'-..a :
i ita wm iptao, id voiiaeaoat.,.
;epnw;aoa
M'ti
xMCixnai-
VI l .HQ I
RAEAfiy-nADECLOTHiriG:'
a ( I.' a A.l m, i.lJ.
" "ems aatoarv'awwesreaa,)'; ' t .i
vlj ! e4lui ,Jio;iAtiartlHBi m
Llerga, aaaartmenl jcol PInb bb! Tsalshtot t
KSri to! e laAduj ,,. ,
y.?!iy-..-,--.f,-Tv T..
,5-r"r,B,r,XTr,"et 7 .
i ,.X4cc2ixx2r;ro,'t
pf fmtmrmmmm er In) aad Oeaapw-Ho Otottaea,
.llnUh4 rae Wore of all rjr...-..
fehllMly

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