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VOL. VIII. NO; 81NETVf SERIES.
rx,- - . r Mil T " ' '
COLUMBUS; -
OHIO, THURSDAY
MOmNG. SEPT..:12.-186L
1
InTkriablj ia Airanst,
DAILY, TBI-WEIXLY AND WEEKLY
- MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fUBLUHIBB AVD FBOrBIITOIl,
tr OIBm So. SB. II tad 40, lorta Elf n It
TBRM8 I1TVABIABLT IN ADVANOB. , .
Dally ... .. . . . M 00 ptrytar
11 By tb CarrUr, per wtk, 1SU cant. -
in-weeny oo mi
Weekly, . . 1 00
ear
rina ( Advertising w the Square,
oesquanl jru.;.t20 00
On. ". V month. 18 00
3d. " ( dodIIii IS 00
3d. ' 3 month! 10 00
On . ' B month. 8 00
Oo. 1 month. 9 00
I On. siuar S woki..4 00
On. " 1 naki.. a M
On. 1 w..k... 1 7S
On. 3 day.., 104
On. " 9 days... 7
On. llnserUon SO
WjvM dvrtlsajDts htlf mar. then lb. ibm
Advartisementi loaded and placed in th eolaan of
"hT"" aouot sm oratnary ran.
i ,.otl0? rqol'M to Published by law, lefalret.
. iun uu wainsiaeeniuatvary liter tbeflrstwee
par cant, mora than th above rata.; tmt all each wll
PPearinthaTri-WeeklrwIthoatoharM. .
Busluass Cards, not exceeding avelinel, par year, In
.1 la, l 50 per Una; oalaldo i.
Nolle of meetings, eharltablei oc latlea, Ir. aouptolM
fco., half orlce. ' i .
JU (riiutiml advtriUtmmU tnuti b paid for in
ivanc4 taarula will not bavariad from.
Wely,.aaaa prte.a. tha Dally, wb.ra Uiaadrartlaat
Math Weekly alon.. Whar. pally aul Week If
n both naed, than Ui etam lac tba Waakla will b.
air Ih. rate, of tb. Dally . .
No adTrrUMmanl taken .xcept for a daftnlta parted.
BUSINESS CARDS.
f. a. b. slums
Attornoy at T-mclxxt
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Omoa-Ambo Bnlldlnf, oppoalU Capitol Sqaara. I
OOLUUBUS. OHIO
A. oonoriNia,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO. ! -
OOXaT73IXZ3XT0
Hiehine Mannfaeturiig Oompaiy
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Oaatlnga, MUl-8wrUf , KMBUary. ;
alio,
Hallroad Worlt
or itmt Dtactimoa. s
OOIiVJrlBUS, OHIO.
0BAS. All BO 8, f.p'l. T. AMBOS, TrMB.
da.ll, UJ8-U
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements,---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
0oanaeUHt0ra.tllo with th HTT8BDBQH, IT.
nami a. umuiuu K11LKUAD
Tor Pitttbvrqk, PUladdpkUi and BaMmon, Alto
ftFbrt Wavn anA Chitwu.
Oonnwtlni at Oltreltnd with th.LAKK BII0BI BAIt-
B0AD
rarDainklrk, Rnffala, Albanr, Baa
f a, aad Waw tark.
THREE TRAHSS DAILY,
1I0KPT SUNDAY,
troa Oolambu, in eonn.otlon with Train, on tha
UTILE jrilAmi AND COLTJIHBHa
ABTD XEW1A KAIIiBOA dm.
tlRBI TRAIN.
NI0HT XXPRBB8. Imtm Oolomboa at 3.40 A. U ;
will leara paatanfar. at ill aUUon. aouth of Gallon,
atop at Delaware, Aahley, Cardlofton andOllcad, and
at alliUUon. north of Gallon, axrirlng at ClereUnd
at 9:00 At DonklrkS OO P. M., Balfalo 4S5P. M.
Albany $.40 A.M., Maw Tork 83S A. M., Boaton 8:30
B. Uj, Pltlaborth Tia CraaUina, 3:90 P. U., Phllad.1
ht5:10 A.M. OnloacoTla OraiUln.at 7:00 P. M.
SIOOKp TRAIN '
Nl TORK IXPRK88 Lvt fjolnnbu. at 11:10
a. m. Will Mop atLewli Centra, (for White Bulphnr
prlniri), Dalawar. Cardlngton, OMioa. Oreellloe, Hhel
by, Maw London, Wellington and Grafton, axriTe at
vOlar.land at J.3J p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m.) Bnf
falo, OiS5 p. ; Albany, 8:4S a. m.; Nowlork, 1:4J
p. .; Boatoa, 4:40 p. m. Thl. Train aonnaalaat Shel
by for Saadoaky, and at Oaaftoa lot Toledo, arrlTuii at
Toledo at t:40 p, m. ' . 4
t- V-.: lDIRB TBADf . ' i
MAIL AND AO0OMM0DATION Learaa Oolnmbni
at . p.. at. Will atop at all ataUon. Booth of
Bbalby, and at New Loudoa, W.lUnrton, Uraftoh,
and Be real arrtiln. at Clmlaad at 8:30 p. Dun
kirk, :tiua. . ; Bullalo, 1:90a. m. ; Albany, 80 p. m-;
MawTork, 7:20 p. m. BoMon. )1:46 p. m.i PitUburLh,
Wo Ortatlloe. at 11 M p. m-; Philadelphia, 1:00 p. K.,
Chicago, m UnatUaa, 0:45 a. m. Thl. Train connect!
at eaalkytoi Sanduay and Toledo, arrlTlag at ToMo
at 8:5 p. m, i; , , . , .;
Patent Sleeping Cars ar run oa U
Bight Trains to Chioago, Sew ' ' --;.
r.o: York and Boston. :
Maggagt Ctkt& Through to JCit Tork and Botton
a amttord: alto, to PAUadttphUi and ,
ItoYorkititOrtttUn.'1' -1
: RETURNING. 1(' V'.1
Klgbt Bxpm. arrlva atOoUmbaa at... 11:15 P. M. '
Ulndnnatl Ixpraaa arrtTaa at OolttmbM at 10:50 A.M.
Aocqmaodatloa Xxpraaa frriveeat Oflumhaa a7:50
m Uw m r arttoer Rante.
Art for fichu afa Ctatlint tr Claxhnd. '
i i". T l'"wn4at, Olwalanl Ohio.,.
; JWfl PATTBB80N, Agent, I y
OoUuBj)M,Ji'jr?oj-'(,"L"tq tin '.."Jj I. '.'i
lut BeaalTad!
lAA JTr-ioH CREKIf tad BLACK
lUVTKA JOO bag! prima Bio Cone.. , ,
ISO pocketa old Dutch Qoyarnaent Ja,?a Oota.. L, "i
t Jl hen (levlnei Ooffea.
tOOhbU. itAndard Whit Sugar, aoaibiUng of Pow-
area, unrnuwa, wranaiaiaa 4 aaf: a wuMk ! i o -BO
anlntafi Claorga Bank Oodnah. . ; !
aOhbli. Una and No. tckatal,.,.,, .Jft , ,.
ft to. Pick galmoOv.t, .,al . , ,.
lUUtn.lAyarnalalni., ... , ,: ..
80 hi. hoi do do ,
'J )
lOO or. baa da
d
ton if Oiim. dtwmnt Wand nd mad.. ' '
BOTV7
wu. modonalo. i
tl r C -T L I L L!E Y rt
XliJNIJDIIin.
Aai EUnkrEook. raanfattwer, ;
0ITH EflBLfTMOT.'mrail OHIO
jawfllily p. .- 0 trfl ; f Jrr
' '"V, s v f;
U -y C'AW'OEI, -' v
oV": -.7 !- 7 HiBBOqa,
NECK TlEa,rr ri ts jiv
Jortoplw ,U "k 1 "tJ A1 1 a
Ml. IP'tli :i'T;""?AIkS0N,':'
aprtfl. . , j.f, ' , No.aOSontkfBlgkataaei.-
A NBW UOOP tKIUT.
rt ... ,-. -" ,,w .1. t i
.jn., j
el I
i
ffcai
BaT lari raoatrad a new aiak of HOOF SKfRTl
iBaewdlaamaaiMr lat tvperlor to any yet iatndaoad
. imiti aifAP gracefulness.: .1
i...s..M
i,.;,,t,.rt .! oi .
vh.,s
Aunt ' , .. a () ". A. ,
JWOROESTEIR'S
ROYAt QUARTO DICTIONARY.
tjrt-Tai largestTho ' JBest.
Tno Cheapest Beoauso the Best," ,
naai Keiiatja stattaar An-
tharitr af tha EatlKk Lanrraiaga.ft
Btm Bimdrta Xminmt Sdwalort of Ohio,
"THI BUST INQLIBH DIOTTONABT BIT ANT."
' . ","! orary Men Jheryvhoro
' Hftia era niivi. Af XTAA m...j Wm4.
WJ. mnlttto!mi naanlngi and darlraUon, together
w..u uiernmn apeiiing.ana pronaneutlon an clear
Bet before Ih. .'
" ' . Cincinnati Ccmmtroial.
Btad th Dtalttont of thi JTumboro of th Ohio Btatt
jwenor Auoounon.
Th andmlgned, member! of tha Ohio Stat. Teach. ra'
aiavciauon, aoopt ana aim to ote in teaching, writing
and ipaaklng, th. orthography ana pronnnolatlon f
TTuremier-! itoyai narto DloUonary, and wa meat or-
""j reoommend It a. tha moat rollabl itandard au
thority of th. BnglUk language, a it 1 now wrlttta and
ipoken.
Loam Amjwi, Pr.ild.nt Kenyon Oollege. ." ''
M.D.LmwiTT, Bnparlntandent Zanenflle School.
Tnoa. W. UAarar, Hup't Maatilon Union School!.
M. P. OowumtT, Bup'tPubllo BohooU, Bandniky.
Joan Lrnoa, Bup'tPubllo Bchooli, OlrclaTllle.
B. N. SaaroBB, Priaclpal Oleraland lataala Samina
1- .. .... . .. Z ..
Wa. MrrcuaiL. gup't Pnblis School!, Mt. Union.
J Oanaa, Principal But Normal Softool, M mot
oric Namr, Principal loarth Intermedlat Schoal,
Oloclnnall. . . . . ... . f
U.S. UaiTia, Snp't Canton Union Bchooli.
Inwia kaaai Principal McNMly Normal Bchool.
! T. lAtvaa, Pref. Marhematlc. Ohio Unlienlty.
Wa. W. KawaiDa, Sup't Troy Union Bchool.
A. 0. Honras, Principal Weit High Bchool, Oler
lind , t
B. A. Moafrowt AaaoemU Prhrcipal High School, Olrra
land -' r- - .
Tnaovoii SniLma, Principal High School, OleT
land.
B. I. HoalrroM, Principal Olereland Initllnt..
J. A. Otarirt.n, PrnMrat of I lectio lutttnta, Hi
ram, f .,' ,
Wi . Iittu. Pror. nf flhemhtiv. iShto WmImmh
Unrrmlty. "
U. H. Bit nit, ax-Oemmlrrloo.r of Common School,
Ohio. t.
JuraaMoKioi, Prof. Rhelorlo, Oberlfn Ooll.g..
Jaoe-Hiia-PrfaWent AaUooh OcllogiH ". , " -0
W. It. OaTBcair, prof Mathnnatlo, High
Bchool, Dayton.
B. O. CaolfaAnttll. Vmt' funiH. mh hAl.
B. M. Baataa, Sup't Union School, Aihknd.
Mor than Sim Hundred eOur Prtoidml of OVZa-
oi, 1'rofiuort, Author and MtUngvUhtd Sduoar
ton, hat mdortd Vu a2xn uniimmU.
PRESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN OHIO.
. MaaitrrA Oorxas. 1i It truly a magnificent work,
An honor to th author, the publisher., and the whole
eooatry." Prerldont Andraw. -
Oaia fauru Umran7- It rxoaedi my xaaoia
fioni. It will be my gnlda la orthography aodpronun
itation, and 'Will often b. commlted by me for It neat
And aoearate deonUton." PreaUhmt Ibomptoa. . I A
' w. K. IcuDTia Oouaaa. "Heretofore w har awd
Webeter'. orthography. At a recant molting of oar
faculty, It wa decided to change it U conform to that
.f Worcaatara Uovml Oti.rtn ULf-tlon.rw.M PrMlilant
wanuia.
I Warm BnoiTi Oouawi.I find It worthy of
r ratat attproaauon." rre.ta.nl uitciKOCk.
. Oaaaua CeiLaoa. "It mora than meeta my expecta
aon. I neoaunend It ai th itandard authority In
.rinoapy to my eniiann and my pnplla," rreeiuent
Uorgaa. . ; t- - . r. ,
t Airnora Coixaai. "I adopt and aim to a. In teach-
Bft Wrttuaaad apeak Ing, theorthographyand pronnn-
aauoa oj woronter i . jural quarto vtei
Praaldent Hill. ....
I "In all m writln. (Maklnr.and teachlnc I hara an.
dearorcd to oonform to th. rule, for orthography and
prononoanion a contained in w oreeetar a mcuonarr."
Ilorac Mana, (at Prealdent.
Kurroa Oouaaa, OAWam. "I moit cordially roootn-
aond it ai the meet reliable itandard authority of th
ngllih languag. a It 1 aow written and ipoken."
Pjieildent Andraw . - , . , v '..
jsCIIOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Bo. Antoti SmvfX, Committion of Vommo
i ... ii. i I. j yiif r
"Th. DicUonar la an Imterlihabla monument to th.
rMrnlng and indurtry of II author, and an honor to th
world of letter!. Th mechanical execution hi far lap-
nor to that f any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted."
from Bon. B. B. Barmy. Za-GommUtionor of
tkhool in Ohio.
"Th. i
Stan."
moat rallable itandard authority of tha lan-
WtUT TH -
Hfesdins NrswrJpeiperal (yf Ohio S&T-
Iron th OloUnn4 BraJi of March 88.
Th orthography of th Woroeiter Dictionary Ii that
country and Inghud, and oonform to the general aaag
of ordinary writer ana ipoaker.
Whatoyar nreludlce may bar exlited nr.Tioa'ily, a
careful itady of toll rolume will Inrariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of In great martt, and deilr
to add It to th. w.11 lelected library, be it large or email,
It ia library InltMlf, and will remain an imperisha
ble record of the learning of ita ootspller. i ;
1 Iromth OincinnaH (Xmmtroial of April 20.
Here are npward of a hnndnd thoaaand word rood.
bad and indifferent who multifarlona meaning and
derlTBtlon, together with their correot ipelllng and pro
nunciation, are tet clearly before the ay. Th work la
nnqueetlonahly th rreateflt Thteauru, of Ingliih Word
rrer publlihed.
from th Clotdand FlaMoalor of Sept. BO, 1860.
Brldntty Wotcann'i Rotai Qvabto DronoaaiT it
not only th Joel, out (A narrator of th kind ooorU
Mieti.andcan by no pomtbtUty raffer by oomparleon or
aoatiuiaiiy. y
J From th lbldo Btad of May St.
ll to MOrnracuTtoa, Woaciwna, a tbi SrajraAao
followed by our beat author.! In dellnltloni he leay.
nothing to be dcilied, and in Omounn It I lufflcUnt
to Bay IBM woiomrrca can rx aarriy louoweo.
. lit OtlABt BHAOO.
Pablialiera, Baokaallara Statloaara,
N0j 101 SUPERIOR ST., 0LBTBLANB, OHIO.
niaiS .. j
4
THE MUTUAIi' BENEFIT '
EE INSURANCE 1 COMPANY,
JST&xxra.V'jx., Sr. J. r?
. ..
BtTldanA Jannajjl, e 1 ,45 Tn Cant.
ABBITS 131356 SO.
I Statament Jaaaary- 1, isei
Baaocperitateoent Jan. lit, 1860 SS.400,102 39
Raeelrtd fot Premium. ,dur-' '. ' ,
lag th year 10 8763,033 35
iraa for rate reel anring
i year I860 914,014 19.
tal recelDti for I860.. ..8977.067 74
PaidOlalmibyDeath,967,050 60
Paid Polisle lurren- -
. dtrad 41.111 V)
PalS .aUriea, Port- , ' - V. ;
ag i late,; " 1 . ur- r.t!.'v'. r
chaiiie. e to. ...... 31,68054
Paid Oommiaaloni to ' '
ArenU.... -.,51,5 30 ,
PalJphyilclaBa'feW 75 - -'
Pali AnnnlUaa. 017 00 -n , r.
Paij DMdenda dar- 1
tag th. year.. y.. 106,5005 56r.,0l 63 411,971 14
Nkt BakUM January Jit, 1861 83,819,558 50
A8SIT8.
Out on hind.
80,6284 19.,
Bond, and Mortgage on Real
, Bitat, worth ioabla In - 1 ' ' "J '
amount loeucd. 9 307 fui an.
Prealom Note, oa Policial , '
4n.forc. only drawing a per .r-
ant. Inter!...... .; 1,979,864 17,.14 ,:
Ba Bltat 90,803 97
Loaai on Scrip 5.131 44
t.O.
Premiums, Notee and Oath, ia c
4 eoarff of trapunlsaionvM , , . 45,343 75
'V..K :l"3 5
Total A)!
a.... ....
3,81958 80
T,5T5PoUd.In foro,inarliiy.,...tS,4ei3S
1,438 n.w PoUcl hT btea toned daring th year
, After a oarafal ealAtlatlea of tha prarant rata, of th
outstanding Pollclo of th Company i and baring the
Moassary mmount In leserre taerefor, the Director!
hare declared a Divmora of paroont. m the Premi
bi raid at tb table rata, la aU polls! for rife ta fore.
Issued prior to January i, l0paahla jwoatdlag ta ta
present rui. or in. uornpany.
Bate for all kind of Lit CoUnr(, Proape4
aaes(Blatement, and Applieitioaa, will bt furnished
wirouxj n.aai, at th tuo r Agmcteeof tha Com'
Wj .... ,. BOBt. L. PATTB RSON, PraaklenU ,
" I., v. BRUIX.SI, ic jrraaiaant, ....
k, IJyi!.-4J. MILLriH, P-ecretsry.
I at. e ansmiawi, pwia, , '
""j I . . s r,4 ate, a oonaoB aroos.
1861.
, Oolimbaa, 0
titllrls1lh
FIOCRED, BLACK
wrr rtidii. Thl moat aalect
sV iDKISS STL? 8, e awry yda.:
aaaartmant in u. city, hud at aiustrmsonsbl. rato.
,i I I t? h-U 1 rtA n ' . .SAWei SOU, ?
aeaui nigB iri 1
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
in a (onstitutioiiol diseasf, a corruption of the
i.l 'A u .i.l. .u ii..:j i -.- ..j
uiuvu, uj tt(iujji , uuo uum ueconie viuateu,
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervades ll? whole boar, and. may bw out
in dinc-asc on liny mrt ot it. No organ in free
from it uttnekH, nor ia there one. which it may
not denlroy. The acrofuloas taint is Yiridusly
cftuwd by mercurial disoane, low-living, dia
ordned Vr unhealthy food, ' irhpure air, filth
and filthy hubiu, the depreaing vice, and,
above aU, by the -venereal infection, ' Sviiat.
ever be its origin, it ia hereditary in the Con
stitution, defending ',' from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation;" indeed,
it sccras to be tha rod of llim who says, "I
will .visit the iniquitius of the fathers upon
their .children.", . f, -. j J.
Its enett.i crinnnence by deposition from tho
hlood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption) which gender in the blood, depreasgf
the energies of life, so thnt scrofulous constitu
tion not only BulFt'i from wrofulous com
plaint', but they havo far less power to with
stand tile ' Attacks of other diseases; corise
qucnlly vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are Mill rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of the consumption which de
cinutres the human family hat ita origin dirdctly
in this scrofulous contamination; and. many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of aU tlie organs, arise from or
are aggrnvftted by the tame cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous;
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleans it from the system we must renovate
the blooM by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate, it by healthy ; food; and i exercise.
Such B'medicin w'e supply in' '..J.' 'll '
AYER'S
Compound Extract 7 Safsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our timet can devise for this every
whtrt IrreVtiliiig and fatal malady. It it com
bined from the most active remedials thnt have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system, iroiu iU. .destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not on(y Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which-raise from; it, such as Euuprrva
ajrd 'Skim DrtiAtBs, Sr. ANTHONT't Fire,
Rosk, or EiiYsirp.LAS, Pimpi.rs, Pustules,
Bi.otciif.s, 1! i. a i. ms and Bolts, Tumohs, Tetter
and Salt Riikum, Scai.d Head, Kinciwoum,
!HiiKfi.KTmM, Syciiimtio andMBcviiiAl.:Iis-
KASKS, PltOI'ST, 1JY8PEPSIA, UF.HII.ITY, 01IU,
iluleed, AM, COMPLAINTS AHI81N0 PUOM VlTIA-
TK.ii on Imi-uiik. Bix)on. LL'lie. popular belief
in " Impurity of the blood" is founded in trath,
for aci ol'idii is a degeneration of the blood.' Hit
pnrliciihir purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilhi is to purity and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions.
i .': ATTJR'S'
Ague-Oxire,
1 . f-7! i POM TUB PPEEDY OIIHB D
Iiitt-riiillUilt 'Fivi; or t'cveg sad Aajue,
tU-tulttrut K.ver, CU1I1,' Favor, . Damb
Aguf,r Pcrlorllfj. Ilcnaaeh. r Vtllon
Ilraitflf lir,, and Itilioiis ty'evera. indeed
for the -tvh'ote class nf dl.easei origin
Inn; lit bUtaiy derangement, tansed by
tlie Mnlnrla of Mlnsmatlc t'oiiiitrle. :
I We arc enabled here to oflt-r the community a
remedy whirh, while it cures the above coiupluiuls
with certiilnly, 1. atiU'nerfectty harmless lii'any
quantity. Kueli a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these afflicting diforders prevail. ITiio'
'f Cf'itB" expels tho miamntio nnison of Ff.veb
and Aoi'R from the system, and prerents the de
velopment of the diieaso, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not Only
the best remedy ever yrt' discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest.1 The large
quantity we supply for o -dollar brings it within the
reach of eery body ; and in bilious districts, where
Ffivr.n and Aoi'i: prevails, every body should
have it and ut it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A wrest superiority of this remedy over any
other ever dix-iivirtd for .the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
of mineral, consc que ntjy it iindiiccs no quinism or
other injurious elli-rts vhtiirver upon the roustitil-
'ei . l... I .... Ir ... 1 I.l... :f '
lion. siii; miiv'A My uiv "n livunu; tin n
they had never had the disease.
Fever and Ague is not alone the consequence bf
the miamatic pni-iun. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which arc
Henrnlqin, Hhcw'atiam, Gmit, Jfrar'arhe, lllind-
ne.li, Jooiificte, jiaiacne, cnmnvi, Aimma, J-M-
pitntimi. Vamjul Aflertion of the Spleen, llmter-
na, tun in t .f tti-tr j, i oic, i ariihjH ana ue
ranqtmmt nf tSe Stomach, all of which, when
origiiuitin j m this cause, put on the intermittent
time, or become periodical. This " Cuke " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently euros
thent all alike It is an invaluable protcciion to
immigrants and persons travelling br temporarily
residing in the malarionsdistricts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed' to the infection,
thnt will be excreted from tho system, and cannot
accumulate in infficicnt quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Henc at is'aven more valuable lor protec
tion than euro, and few will ever suiter from inter
mittent if thev avail themselves of the protection
this remedy affords. ,. -. -
Prepared by Dr. J. C. ATEH &. CO.'towell, Vast.
BOBTRTS a; SAMTJ1L, Oolaaba,
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or to- ' " J. R. ARMSTRONG,
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v Co-PartnershiD. "
1MATF. -Mils DA inlHITTED MY
bob JAMI8 A1HJA1R BAIN as Dartner In m busl-
aess, which will bet after be conducted an tier the Ana
orMiaaaaoa. P. BA1, 99 "oula High Bt.
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nraesr stw we rati v.i'rv, wr as U. faction Bill
b rtvew tn airtli. vetum hi-sr.ers. Idla and
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Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
Fot Cincinnati, Dtytott fi IndiwpolisJ
Through to Indianapolit withoat Ch'aoge of Cars
( and bat One pbang of Cari between ,t
,', ' , - V, " jColumDas tw fib Louia.'f' ;ii .
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Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
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first Tkm:y-j,;'i,'. "'; "
ACCOMMODATION at 5 a. m l atonnhi'ir' at ail aia-
tloni between Oolumbui and Cincinnati and Dayton, ir
livlna at fliaclnnatl at 10 OS a. ..a4 at Davtbnat
8.10 a. m., conaeotif g at Dsjtoa for Ladaaapoli aid
SECOND TRAIN. , ,
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London, Oharleaton, Oadarvllle, Xeala, Spring Valley,
Oorwln, Praeport, Port Ancient. Morrow St., Lebanon,
PoiUr'i, Loveland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 4.30 a. m..Davtonata5n. tn..oonotlrir with the
Ohio and Mississippi Hallroad for Louiivllla, Ky., Tin-
osnnei, uairo, at. itouli, Wew Orleans, etc.i at Dayton
for Indianapolli, Lafayettsv Terre Haute, Ohicigo and
111 Western point. - t.
, .' ' i ! THIRD TRAIN.) ui itu "
MAIL at 9.10 b. mi . ttosulnr at all .Mloni ketwren
Columbus and X.nia,and at Spring Vain, Oerwiev
norrow aou uoveiaau. arriring at u lacinoau ai F
i W t'e FOURTH TRAIN. " r-'l"
1 NIOHT BXPBR3B, via Diyton; if 12 00 mi4night,
(topping at London, Xsnla, Daytoa, Mlddleaoerq awd
iUiullton, arririugatOhMinnatiatt.95 a. a. ; at Bay
ton at S.55a. m.i conncoting at Cincinnati with th
Ohio aod Mississippi Railroad lor Louisville, KvanavUla,
Vlnoennea, Cairo, tt. tools. Hemphli, New Orleans,
and all point Booth and Sonth-weiti also, it Dayton
lor Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, etc.
ID Por further Information and Through Ticket,
ll ply to M. L.DOHEBTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
Oolumbui. - ' -
P. W. 8TBADIR,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati
I". . i ' JNO. W. DOHKRTT,
. i ' f.f'..V. ; w. Agent, Oolumbai, '
! .1 j . v. L' :l N.W. WOODWARD, "
i - .. . Superintendent, Cincinnati.
1 Oolumbui, July 14, IBftl r . . - . .,.j,:
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RAILROADS COMBINED!
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MORNING BIPRIB8
Leave Oolamba 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
betisir. or Btenbenvlllo 1 arrive, at Bellaira, lu.vu a.
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m., DiouuenTiiio, sx.vujr. sa. riiuourgn, J.au sr. jui
Harrlabnrg, 1.18 A. M.t via AUmUown, arrive! at N.w
York 8.00 A.M.; via Philadoiphia, arrive at Phila
delphia, 5.10 A. M.; New York, 10.30 A. M. Connects
abo at Harrabarg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M
. II.. ' . I i . . ..( m
Sleeping Ca,t uttaohed . to this Train
Fro in Oolumbaa. run dlrootlv throUah to Bellalr or
Pittsburgh without ebanga; and Paas.ng.ri via AI leu-
town arnre in new xorkataA. at., , ( i
irrr wo hours in advance op nobtbebn
LINKS.
This Train alto connects at Bellaire with Ih
Baltimore and Ohio jlailroad. :
, ' PITTSBURGH BXPKEB8. , i,
Leavei Oolumbui 11 25 A. M., from Union Depot, .via
Steubravillo: arrival at Newark. 19.50 P. M.; Coahoo
ton, 8.15 P. M.i Steabenville, 0.P. M.; Pittsburg, 8.40
r. at. iirTtui i the only root by which passenger!
can leave Cincinnati at 7 . A. M.,go throngb to Pi tts-
borgn in aayiight, witnout change of cars or. aeisy.
jr.
i PAST LINK.
Leave Oolamba 3.15 P. M., from Unloa Depot, Via
Bellaire: arrive at Newark, 3.93 P. 11. : Kanivllle,
4 33 P. M.i Bellalre.7 .55 P. M.: Pitfarbonrb. 11.95 P.
M.j Uarriiburg, 9.00 A. M.J via AUmtoum, arrives
at New York, 4 P. M.; via Philadelphia, arrive
Pbliadeiphii, l.iu r. si. i New York. 6 p. M, This
Train alio connect! at Hsrrisburg for Baltimore, ar
riving at 1P.M. ..
Xhia Train rum tarough to Bellalr or Plttebnnr with
out change of Cars; ind from Pittsburg there ia no
change of Car to Philadelphia, or via Allintown to
New York thus offering ..
Tbe only Rout from Columbut to Baltimore,
! rbilauelpb.it, or New York, with poly .: :
one cDtnge ot Uart. :
By thi Train Paaseogen arriv in-New York Svt
hoari In advance of th Northern Una. .::
This Train alio connects it Bellaire with th Baltlmor
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[From the Cincinnati Press.]
[From the Cincinnati Press.] Disbandment of the Republican Party—
Its Successor.
,v1d
Tbe hlitof v of tbe Renublioan nartv. faom the
day of ita birth, bat been in conformity with
ilt origin.-1 Itwaanot founded upon an' Idea,
but npoaeeotlitioa., At tha lima ia we t.
ated there wan demand for a ptrty--a- priocl-n
pieioeaing a repreaeniauve; Sut tb dtaand
Was f esponded to bv those wbo had no reaneot tor
or confidence in prlnolplet. If w. were to name
inainunaiB who can properly be tiken at the
type of. its pa7ntage, we woald tty that it waa
begotten by Owen . Love joy npon Thiddeu
Stevent, or by Gamaliel Bailey upon Franci
P. Bliir Horace Greeley being the meetuchtut
teleoted to Introduce it to the world; In other
words, Abolitionism furnished tbe teed.: slid
Know-Nothineitm tha matrix, and a deal r snp
office supplied the vital energy. Men who had
peen long out, were desperate to tome in so
aeaptrate tbat , th aol qaeeUen wat what
meant would be likely to hi the most erTectuil.
I' V All haw nt. k.i 1- til miLai. . . m lUM
I have," wa the retpooae of the editor of the
New York TVitaaa to oae wbo had emonstrat-'
ed with him on the court be waa reeommend
lag, at Ue time the fosadaiiod ef the party wag
being laid at Pitiabargi and thle wtpretaien It
a ke to tha .oharaotew of the thlnr (hat was
constructed, and tb Index to Ita history.
'Let na unite all the elements ef tbedppMitlon
10 ue onprinoipiea party thai now hold tbe
Government," aaid Mr. Blair. The tentlment
wat applauded, and tbe element of opposition,
In- order to bare themselves to the work of
breaking the unprincipled party, united in
laying their principle upon the common altar.'
' There it no remedy for a defective Constitu
tion; and at a thing it born, whether It be In'
dividual t Institution, to it will eontinuO.
Strange and auntie diteates to sty the beat of
writers npon physiology are aometimea eon
f.yadio the oonehea of maternity by the hand
of tbe midwife; and there Is reason to suspect
that, besidet ita congenial complaint, the Re
publican party may owe an unfortunate com
plication of its maladies to the unwholesomnest
Of tbe attending physician. However that may
be, the general character of its future waa
filaiuly enough indicated at it beginning; and
n looking over ita history there it no rtaton to
charge it with having belied the augury of ita
origin.
. .The late dltbaodmentef the Republican par
ty In Ohio ig in perfect keeping with all iu
Other performance. At it failed to meet tha
demand which called it into existence, to it hat
nuiea 10 meet every other that bat been, made
npon It. ' -At it earn Into tbe world' amid a
spaitn of moral cowardice, to Its life hat bean
a auocettlon of spasms; and whether this last
and worst which it hat encountered la destined
ta put a period to Its dayt, or whether It will
partially revive and straggle on iu a poor and
useiew career, is not a question or moon Im
portance. - -
I if mere ntt ever neen a time when It wat
especially obligttory upon tbe Republican Dtrtv
to act with vigor, and when energy and courage
wooiq niveoeen most remunerative, that, time
it now. ' for once It had something to ttand
upon to support ana nerend tot policy ot tbe
Administration which it put into power. The
whole field wat open to it. :
" .The ReDublloan-the
party of the Government wa naturally expect
ed to supply tne organized nucleus upon which
the people could rally to It attmott. It wit in
position. It face waa- to th enemy.- Victory
wat in ita grasp., Tber wa a moon depend
ing upon it at ever party had of responsibility
.for the fat of a conn try; and when the honr for
action arrived, it deliberately turn ad tail and
marched off the field. Like the Pennsylvania
regiment on the eve ot the battle at Manassas.
it discovered that iu time had expired, and it
wanted to go Dome, in tb name ot Heaven,
wat there ever, in all the doinga of parties or
the history of politics, greater folly coupled
w nn greater weacnery.
1 We do not conceal from eertelv that, in all
probability, th order for this movement earn
irom Washington. That it would not have
been done without permission from tbat quarter
mty n let down at certain, w nav named
type ef the parentage of tb party In a pre
vious paragraph! the type of the party Itself ia
resident at tne capital, it it Mr. Lincoln and
his Cabinet, Individually and collectively "Va
riety," as the uatnraliiti sty, "id unity" its
latest Dorn; new to all it bair virtues, and teal
wean.' "m " ;
.There is nothing to be said In favor of party
permanency, bnt It there 1 ever any realon for
tbe continuance of a party organization, it is
when it ha an Administration tbat needs 4 firm
and uncompromising tupport. To disband at
tuch a time mty be condemned noon tound
maxims; ana reasoning e priori, tne most on
happy auguries maybe drawn from tbe proceed
tog. Bnt we need rJotgobaok to principle,
wbenw bare the erreots Before ns; and it Is
easy to tee already the tendencies that have
been inaugurated by the cowardice of the Re-
puDiioane. , , , . , .
" Tb pretense" for the abandontaeiiV Vet to
produce greater unanimity, and afford th Gov
ernment more decided and energetic hid than it
could receive' under the' Republican! organiza
tion, -ft mere any appearance tbat this hope
will be milted? Not a Particle. The bartv
bat retired in favor of, one that has cut the
weakness which it felt Into a ' platform. The
aew-orginlzttlod bat instituted that iooral
cowardice whloh its' predecessor did not,' in
terms, admit. Instead of a lifting np, tber ia
a letting down. ' This is equally visible in thi
proceeding of th Convention, in the platform
and the candidate. ,
The Convention was mads no of men who
had been dropped out." Its President (Mr. Ew-
lug I a superannated politloiao, Who rod hi
parry until it waa tired of him, and who Since,
while' pretending a eonscienUbn retiraoy, ha
been shifting and trimming, beating here and
there, In hopes to catch a popular current that
should carry him 'again Into that official haven
lor wtiica alone he has any regard.', If sees
th prospect of. a Senatorial election next win
ter, and thinks to supply the place of CB. F.
Wade) one of the boldest and firmest friends of
tb Administration with oneor whom it only
can be predicted that when It should be brsr
and tteady, he will be timid and actuating.
41a ounraaary r. iomaoury; is a gentle
man of. whom it li enonga to- ay that he
eotUl ever And In th bop to eooapy a seat in
Ik. , ' I T 1 . . L . , . i . .
tn juuuwipas oonnuu 01 me city ot nis reti
denoe, a tuffioient reason t work a thorough
revolulioa io his politioal view and prlnoi
trrea.,11 C 11 : .:. 1,.. II," ( f' -..'
J " tta leaiert and active men were the toft of
beta parUa JJtmttrtl ae sMewt Democrttt
ewufd iweer reiy; Kepublttaiut upon mm Repub
KtdsMi men aot of etrong meatur, nor of ho
meaaiires-aD who la tn Lettlslature. while
profaning the utmost teal for the Union and
th State, were wnwlillng to Tote a dollar for
the defense of either; and whoy When forced to
give by tbe overpewertBg-i-preasui e of pobllc
opiproo, gave a uiue ana as graagingly as poa-
The prooeedings f the Convent! Wort iA
character.. IU Speeebee were aU for Ih Union,
And nothing tor tha Admlniitratloni ;' Its plat
fortft . la 1 tha esseace ef party Txrttrrjoraery and
offica-tteking wniarvatlgoaj-Hit ease timid and
InceatUtant. .There I aothrhg ia it thtt la free
and oatepokee..! Ia one of iw- tesolations tt
hide behind Mr. Crittenden-B-like oae coward
thtasting another forward to face a danger tbat
h feara to meet himself. Ia another it awake
k similar us of Mr. Holt a brtvet man to
keep it in countenance,, It it a ipatoh-work
or Dorrowea purateoiogy a melange of Dor
rowed Ideas--made up bv inta who either want
ed th boneUtency to affltrxj o the, AbQity to
" The oanl! Jtte are kf'mlghti have Taen.' i-.
peoted;.'- except the nominee for . Governor,
who is, w save beard, a Drava, tno. right-mind-
an afte ining tons wonuorea av Doing, now
are gentlma trnoroachtblaln nriraU llf. and
doubtlea of ampUoapaeity to perform the Ex
ecutive dutle that will. dvolv upon thent ta
case they ar elected. ' Bat wmcthing more
than tbit it demanded tn these times aud ac
cording to the programme." They are, ia gen
eral, men of crupU--men wbeae parti hare
iouna mem nnrsliabi in tlm ot dimonlty and
peril; Theydonot come onto the Idea of r-
preaeotatireeof a new party organised with an
eapeaiai new to anit tb people apon tb pot
icy ef a it roue and enerretlo unnort of tha Na.
tlonal Administration in tbe great and perilous
war In whloh ,t It enaared. We sar Ibis in
sorrow, and in sinoerity. These men will be
elected. We (ball set a resneotabla State Ad
ministration Out of them. Bat In tha liobt of
national poHtlot, taking Into consideration what
wit wanted, and professedly sought, Ih whole
tbiog U failure. r. ;..t.u ;..,,..-..... tn
" i
Correspondence Between
Magoffin and Jefferson Davis.
COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY, EXECUTIVE DEP'T.
Frankfort, August 19, 1861
To the Hon. Jefferson Davis, President of the
-4Jonfederate Hiatal 1
.Sib This it to accredit to rou Geo. W. John-
ton, Eeq., is a Commissioner from th Stat of
Kentucky.' Mr. Johnson is th bearer of a com-
tnaaioatioa which will fully explain the object
of bi missioa. I take pleasure in commanding
to your consideration Mr. Johnaoo a a gentle-
mau wen buviboq 01 in existing posture pi pub
lie affair in Kentucky. "
Very respectfully, yonr obedient servant. -1 :
B. MAGOFFIN.
FRANKFORT, KY., Sept. 3, 1861.
TeHiS Excellency, B. Magoffin, Governor of
: jveutoosy. f,r; , ...1.. . .1 ..
. Sia In conformity with your leanest. I pro
ceeded to Riobmond, and presented to the Hon.
Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate
States, th communication In trotted to me.
lit response 1 embodied in a letter which I
have the honor herewith to hand you.
1
GEORGE W. JOHNSON.
COMMONWEALTH OF EXECUTIVE
Frankfort, August 19, 1861.
Hon. Jefferson Davit, Richmond, Ve. ' '
I Sia Since the commencement of the unhap
py difficulties yet pending ia th country, the
people of Kentucky have indicated a steadfast
desire and purpose to maintain a position of
strict neutrality between the belligerent parties.
They have earnestly striven, by their policy, to
Avert from themselve the calamity of war,
and protect their own soil from tho presence of
Contending armies.. Up to this period they
have enjoyed comparative tranquillity and entire
domestic peace. Recently a military force ha
been enlisted and quartered by tb United
tstatea authorities witbin.thia atat.. 1 have
thla day addressed a communication and die
patched Commissioner! to th President of the
Vaitod State, urging th removal of tho
Iroopi from th toil of Kentuoky, and thns ex
Srting myself to carry out the will of th people
in the maintenance of a neutral position. The
peopl of thi Stat desir to be free from th
presence of tbe toldiert of itbar belligerent.
od to that end my efforts ar now directed.
Although I have no reason to presume the Gov
eminent of th Confederate State contemplate,
or have ever proposed sny violation or tbe nsn
tral attitude thus assumed by Kentucky, then
seems to be lome uneasiness telt among tbs
people or some portions of the Bute, occasioned
by tbs collection of bodies of troops along their
aou in era frontier, la order to quiet tni ap
prehension, and to tecure to tb peopl their
cherished object of peace, tbi communication
is to repreesnt these faota, and elicit an anthor
itative assuranoe that the Government of tbe
Confederate 8utes will oontinue to reepeot and
observe the position indicated as assumed by
Kentucky.
obedient servant,
B. MAGOFFIN.
i Richmond, Aug. 28, 1861.
To the Hon. B. Magoffin, Governor of Ken-
tacky, etet
'Sia I har received your letter informing
me that "sino tb commencement of th un
happy difficulties yet pending in the country,
tbe peoDla of Kentucky have indicated a stead
fast desire and purpose to maintain a position of
siriei neutrality . Between tb belligerent par
ties." In the tame communication, yon ex
press your desir to elicit "an authoritative as
surance tbat th Government of tbe Confeder
ate SUtet will continue to respect and observe
the peutral position of Kentucky.'' In reply to
tbit request I lot no time in assuring yon thai
th Government of th Confederate States of
America neither Intends nor desiret to disturb
tbe neutrality of Kentucky. Th astemblige
of troops in Tennessee, to which yon refer, bad
no other object than to repel the lawless Inva
sion of that State by th foroe of tb United
biatet, tbould their Government seek to an
proaoh it through Kentucky without respect for
lit position 01 neutrality. 1 bat snob apprehen
sions were ndt groundless hat bean proved by
th course ot that Government in tb states ot
Maryland and Missouri, and more rcoentlv in
Kentucky lUelf, in which, as you inform me, "a
military force has been enlisted and quartered
by tb 'United states authorities.' " Tbs Gov
mmeet of th Confederate Bute ha not only
respected moat scmpnlooily tb neutrality ot
Kentucky, but bat oontinaed to maintain th
friendly relation of trad and interoourte which
it ha suspended with tbe people 01 tbe united
Sutes generally. In view of tb history of th
past, it oan scarcely be necessary to assure your
txeeiieTJoy that the Government ot tbe Uu
federate States will con tinu to retro act tbe nsn
trtllty ot Kentucky so long as her people will
mainuin it themselves." But neutrality, to be
entitled to respect, matt be ttrlotly matnulned
between both parties: of ii the door be opened
on th one aide for the aggressions or one or
tb belligerent parties upon tb other, it ought
not to be shut to tbe assailed when they seek to
enter it for purpose of teir-derens. , I do not,
however, for a moment believe that your gal
lant Stale will suffer Its toil to be used for tb
purpose of giving an advanUg to tho who
violate iu neutrality ana aitregara it rignis,
over ether wbo respect them both. In conclu
sion, I tender to jour Excellency the assurance
of my high consideration and regard.
And tm, sir, very respectfully, yourt, etc.,
JEFFERSON DAVIS.
;"Irish DnenGooda.''' ";
iijinnAnarisi ajsnmsv ' '
V Linen Shirt Bosomi. Plain and fancy '
1 I. htiNH.Mf WUMMM f ' . 1 I
h . : - Lfasea SaUngt and PiUoW CJaaing. r ' '
.1 I r'..',!jic :' UnsnOambiicand Long Laws, v,
i. , , Linen Pcet4iandk'rs, all its.'
, 1 Line Towellings and Diapers
.' I -1 .-'). Line Kariklnsand DtTli. -
. Lines Tahl Olothaawd tatia
I 4 j , Lines Towel with oaiotadaerder.
1 ;
Linen Stair Oeverlnn and Crash.
.mi fraltlowpric!.
.,; !!.:,!.... J .:- . , BATIt eV SON, '
f8t.j,, 1 ,t"i,1 nrI:He.nataaahBichar(U
111 1 1 1 ' ;,...ii .
JiK-jraJsUM
Front Strset, SetwMa SUto and Town.
Inn OLD CAHRI AS At.
SHOP iaaUli raBBlaff, aod sAthowsa, C
pressureof lateyeaee ku set hearily
amon nar rnnnlnr eenra. sne 1. still urn-
BgowiahoniphmdM PHOTONS, BOCKAWAYS, aid
PRINOa ALUalRT'B BUTIrJ TOP sad MO-TOP
BUlKUKfl.. OAKKIAOKS, BXPRK8S, taVBLBTON,
DBMOORAT and UHOCkKt WAGONS, SMALL OMNI
BUStS and HACKS. Twenty yean Heady maoufae
taring h. wire ear wwifl a wtde-eperad npatatna
throtwh the Sonthead Wast.. ,i . ... c . (ft 111.,,.
W therefore deem U unnaoeasary to aay aay thing asan
hi regard to the quality ot oar work. .Wowuuut
mi Viwicu.' We cs toil a one Tor Buaoiaa frost
flBS IS 0tMml '"". A 1: I:,.,, iti,,.
Dealers eaa be famished with key aasesmt of wert at
abort notice, and at price lower than oan be boagkteny
when in th West. Second hand Buralea takes, ia
thange lor new work.- l
, liyilepairiag den neatly and at shert aecto. fse
wry oa rroai,, esiwee aula and Tawa (are!, Colusa
bus, Ohio, .,
-' lLrAII oomalBaioattoBa will receive prompt attsntloa.
og. v"s . i - m. at. wiLiauB at mj.
-L.
BO ft ft t i BIBBO-f 9 TABS, JlKdI
t SLUCaiU, bsw styles, j a4 opto d fir - '
ri bvaibt a emu ,j.
ii!t0Jl.r f'r: :..nEiti!.i4
-
j
i WfWTTTBaaTMaajalBaBSBBaaMBw r . .
T7 iit'w '
STONE'S BAZAAR.
Oy4t Gwvrke -Block.
! A. , P. STONE & O'HARRA
A BJ5 yLSt-Jl BBdD aT BT -bjt aj waj THeiSt, WIPt -
them.
vlttlltopobllo to Inipeet
Ihli market.
wa SMJea: Of UOoila ku ... h..
eh. B...L . ilWlll 10
u oU uoousequsace of tha feller
2ftr ot keen t punhaaa the as-
of rkh goods, and thla k,i hu 1. 1 ,k.
of th train 1
aal quantity of rkh goods, and this fact has forced tha
impvrwra to nil inesa a pobu section. Oar k...
(Mr. Stone) being In New YorkS tE2l, nilo"
adrantag of them, and w aa aad aill sell Wiood,
ben, at less than aay one who pusohassd iT, weVk.
paid for them ia N.w York, "bar stock U ToW?.i
every department of , , -"""l" m
ELEGANT DRESS BILKS,
i OTTOMAN VELOURS rr.
BROCTIE YALENCIAS, '
, PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURG8,
'.' DYED COBUGS;
BLACK ALPACAS, ' ' r ' ' ' , .
ORLEANS, - ...
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
I Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
j LADIESV FURS,
1 HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Men', Ladle and Children's tinder Shirt and Drawers
Ladie, Misses sad Cklldre' Hosiery of aU kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Glovei
f ev.ry make.
AfJO I
A complete assortment of all tbe usual varie
ties of ' . .
LADIES' CLOTHS, "
CASSIMERES,
! . - r . OVERCOATINGS.
L TWEEDS,
ra.Aivir.i3,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, &c.
To Dersons who call on na. wa nlrfi .n.Mni.
how them tb. larrest. beet and eheaneat stock of anH.
ever seen In thi market, or pay them one dollar per
hour while looking,
1 aect-duvtawltw,
STONBfc O'BARRA.
NEW
ARRIVALS
OF
Surnmer Millinery.
Spring
The Btoolc Repliantshed
DAILY
fKOffl LATEST f nPORTATI ONS Ot
NEW YORK.
MY STOCK Of
Spring & Siunmer Millinery
I now compute, comprising very variety of If Ilia
ery; also, a large assort. snt of (mbroJd.ria, Hosiery
and NoUons, Auj., and la quantltld and price that san
not fail to salt all who may favor oa with a call. Th
good! bar ban bought at Panic prices, and will b. aold
at a small advance on coat.
MILLINERY
Miss M. E.YOUNG, lat of New York City,
will nnermteud tb Millinery Department. Her long
experience In th moat faahlonahl Istabliahment In
Broadway will alone be a warranty that she will be able
U glv antlr aatisfaotion In mattari of Ust. to all who
may favor har with their orders.
Th Ladliiof Oolnmbni and vicinity will r, lease ac
cept my rincira thinks for their liberal patronage, and
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of th same.
R. H. WARE,
68 East Town St., Ctlnnkti, o.
PXIOII BIDITCID
from th New York Observer. 1
Ai all carries minnfactarine Sawtne KuMnu u Ah.
llged to pay Nr. Howe 1 lioense on eaoh marhlns sold,
and are alio eomnelled to make ntsni io him. anri.r
oath, a to tbanambec eold, hi book give a correot itate
ment. from thi rellabl oaro we hav obtained the
following statistic. Of the machines made In ih rear
leol, tber wen aold,
By Wheeler St Wilson 91,301 '
; " I. M. Singer It Oo 10.VU
u Orovw da Baker HV480
Showlnr Ike sates of Wwaaler Ac Wlhnn ta k. au.
thon of any other Oompany.".
Awarded th highest prewriusse at th
United Stale fain of lbia, 1858 and IBM;
also at tb
I Ohio State fain ef 1859 and 18M
and at nearly all th County fain In th Stan.
Our pries, it th lata reduction, am m In km m,
look ttieh ataahine bow eold, aod bnt trifle higher than
th Inferior two thrad chain ttkk machine, now
tarred npon th market. . 1
The WHHLK8 at WILSON KACHIN1 make th
Loo Sticw 4healV0Bewhicheanno benralad. It'
Is ALnxaowBoTBSiaaeof Uieaoods.laaTioeaarf.r .
thainonth under. Hd.
AU maeAinm asawsifeS S aware, and inetrueUon
glvwn In their ase, free of aharg.
, si. uaiKi,tii nign r.,ooiuaibs,0.
' Wal" 8DHNBB A CO.,
do3 SswiUm Awtsi Plke'i Open Hoaee, Cincinnati.
mtNC CHlTTXNDaif . . . HIMtT T. OBITTINOtH
. 8. It H. T. CHITTENDEN
. , ATTORNEYS AT LAW.- f
IO OHcea, 829 Broadway N.w Y.rk City, and
PBsojr'BoiLniiieOolujniai,Ohlo, , . .
ILTOanfnl attention paid to Oollootioai.
1 aprit8.d8m
:' ; Baltimore Clothing Honse.
HEOO . ett XSXbTTIU.
V ', ' aiaoraornani ako wbolbuu bbaub ia ' " -
READY-MADE CLOTHING
;: No. 308 W. Jtimore-'st.wt, ,
' ,' X ;'' ("" enwam aa Bowaaa,) ...
. ; . 'BAtYTinOBBB, Slal
tkT. Aj,ortnl,ut of riws and raralihttt
. .wooat votttttatiy a Hand
OefMJIy -.
h. ZEE
EAGLE BRASS WORKS," 1
I Werajer "prla( At Water Sta., .. n
CbiumbTM, Oiiib.
W. D. P0TT3 & oo.;"
i&&ttcittxnTca; ;; ;;
lad Manafaetann of Bra lad OoeipoelHoa OuUags,
fiaiahad Brass Work of all DeaoripUen. . "
EIcSw-riatiisg ' m Gilding
' ! STENCIL CUTTI.'iC, ItC. T""!
y-4)r.'....,H- t . ..... ,1'...'' r.
SrfllBIA CLOAK Arllt StAWQlNRg
WBW tTVLreMielsl m aBi, Ma. sah'l
High street, ban last opened new styles ot OinTB On- ,
vniiB Bouaal aod Sacaua, ms'l In the .w-t j
sri sir un . manaer... Ala. sna..a m--,k..
a..sirsi aiika. ran t.. i..,..,..i .
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