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.ru'if!Vf Carta, not aiceedlng DTliui, pereaMb
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' ei the Weekly aloue, Where, 'lie tally and Weekly
are both aiid, then tlie charge ti Uia. Waekly will b
' No tdTertljetnint, Ukeo ajotpfor dcflolt perlad.
business cards;,
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Attornoy at Law
' AND NOTARY PUBLIC. .
Offlce-Aaibpi IJulMJnj', .poajla gapltol qMefcr r,
'' ' " COLUMBUS. 0HI0J
- 1 1 1 1
J9k.-; oaxiori3Nrii3, !
Attorney & ponsellor at la,
;;'MARi6.bHio;r.'
Machine ilannfaetriring Company
nuruTuma OF . . , '. J
STEAM ENGINES & BOILER?,
OMtlngt, MJU-flwtag, MohlBory"n .
ALIO, ) '
Ilallrontl "ITVojrljt
OF ITMT DMOTIPTIOM.
OBAg.AMBOB, Bap'!.-
V. lltWB, Treu.
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1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements,---Time
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements,---Time Changed.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements,---Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
aOr?LZ';Lw"wJ
RAILROAD.
OonDacllDcatCrtitlina with the fllTSBUROH, IT.
.. WATH8 0DI0AOO KAILBOAD '
tbr PiUtbwg, PhUaitlpMa xtnd SalUmort. Alto
" for Ibtt Wayn and Chicago.
Connecting at Clertland with the LAEK BHOH RAIL-
. .- EOAD
lor Dunkirk, Ilufflo, Albany, Kot
lon, and Ao-taiKork.
THREE TRAJbs" DAILY,
SXOKI BpNDAY,
H Hp
Iron Oolumboa, a aonoaetlaaUh Train, on the
i.iTTLK'mAmi Aivn ioliiiiiiiis
A VP AAA IiAU.KuADH,
jr., . iiRST ibain; ,
NIOUI KXPRE68. Uaree Colombo, at 3.40 A,M ;
ill bare pawenger, at all etatloaa ioutb ot fialion,
top at Delaware. Aahley, Cardlngton and Gllead, an
at alUUtissa sarth of Gallon, arrivlEg at Clcvsland
atO MA. at CnnklrtlOO P. M., Buffalo 4:85 J? U.
Albany I.M A. II., New York 8:33 A. U., Bootoa 3:30
t. H , rittebargh Tla OrettUna 3:00 t. M , thlladel
hia5:lUA. Id, Ohieago Tie OreeillneatroO P. hi
f, ; 1 ' ' BEONDTRAIN. ; .w-.' ,. -
NIft tOBS IXPRBKS tearee Colombo, at 11:10
a. M. Will , top at Lewi, Oemre, (for White gulphur
Hpriniri), Delaware. (Jardinitoo, tiailoo, Orwtliae, bkel
by, Mew London, Wellington and Grafton, arme at
CleTtland at 3:8S p. m.; Dunkirk, 6:50 p. m. j Bnf
fala, 1:J p. a.; Albany,8:45 a. m.; NewXoik, 1.44
p. Itwtea, 4:40 p. m.- Thle Train oonaeota atlhel
by for Saoda-ky, and at Oafton for Tjilede, arrrttof at
Toledo at 0:40 p. m. "
'ofrTr' "DltBAXNf f 7 f 4
UATL VVW ACOOMMODATCON-lW. Oolumbui
at 8.30, p, j WU1 atop at all HaUoaa Booth af
Shelby, and at Hew London, tfellioiton, 3raftoc
and Beraa; arrlTIn' at Clereland at 8:ja p, m t Ban
ktrk,(:Q0a. m.;jJmIlo, 3:20a. m. 1 Albany, p.m.;
wiork, 7aa p.ta. Voaton. 11:45 p. m.; Pliubargh,
(Cre,taaaHl.t4p. mt; Philad.lpkla, 1:00 p. a.,
Chirato, ia OreaUlna, 0:.3,.- Xbia itrala conaeota
at Bh.lbrfor laaduakTand Tolada. arriving at Vnuin
l2
aH:.He a. . ,.:.llV ?-(-.i;V it ;
Patent Sliepjig Can arV m ' on all
Hight Tiaim to Cliicafo, Sew,
, V,, i.'Tork. and Boiton. . -i . . ..n
hawaq Cktetxd Through io JtVw Tori and oelo
via Otrtland: alio, to JPAUadtlphiaand, . .
'' " JVm lirttia OrttMm.
Nlghi XxptMwkrritetatColamtmt at... 11:15 t'.'ilf
Ctoeianatl Caprera arrlrea at Oolnrobni at 10:50 ATM.
Aeeaaaadailoo Kxprca arrtre a Columatta at7:50
p, n( ,a !". i. ( j
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w a kr-anr other Ronte,
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nr. en obeeh ana biaACK
TjVAS lOO MM prim Rio Oonet.
1 AO poeluteold Palo. Aqtwit I Jtwt Ooffet
1 al hm ClMinia I Infra.
50 talntala George Bank Oodflsh. I
XUbbie. mere and nor I waoiremr"
lflntW. TklaD Van nl.
AOO at Olgan, dlfferant atl& and gradce. ; f ' i J
Bori7 WM.uB01ALr.i
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TTT
Aad Blaalt-BoQk, KaautaatKW tT
V0ETB K8H I7EST, COUnaCS, tTHM
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'' 1 ' . "So.HBonthBliiliitraet.
,r. en aArrTtt ornll 1,'mir
Hive last reeelred ! f i HOOf SKIRTS
fJfctme"H;.nu't y.vi, 7f. T -X
.AiH kit, 'I
.Jtw.lt N.i'l i-u.a K
I Dabble: uadard Whlt BagaraJoontlatlnc WPoial
4re4.tbroaUed.flrt.lattln4BQolIa,'j.ll
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r? .rrr . t i-mxxj, j li -iHl
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In. I,
The
Late$t-Thu ttaitt--Triii ttaat
Th Cheapest Becauie the Bert, '
, .it , J Ii ii) a vj (i,ur 1 v ! :. i
i? m,8 cf,lai..,,,l,a,4w1
tuorltr of tbe nKllabl.anniafo.
"THB BBBT KOUBH MOTION AIT I IT ANT."
Ha'ie ara upward, of a iTttndred Tooaaaad ITorai.
wnoee mBitlnurlona meaninn and derlratlona. bwather
aim theli correct apelllng, and pronunciation are clearly
Mt before the aye' - -
VinotnnaH Cammtroial,
Bead tht Ileeltiont if the Mmb,
Mmbtn ot ViA Oktn Stall
wrtlgn,'aiBibeii df the OBlo State TeacWri1
iwuan, aaopiadavaajaaln.aaabinc,wilt)Bf
ana tpeaklsg, the orthography aaeV proaanoiatlan : of
"rce,ier'i uoval Onarto Dictionary, and we moet eof
dlally moraaad K ai tha moet reliable ataadard au
inority of the Ingliih language, ai It la now written and
toui Awrkiwa.PreildentKanj'oh College!' J'"., , I
D. Jytaorrr, Bnperlntendent ZaneiTlltaBchdoll.
Tnoa. W. Haavir, Bup't Uaailon Union School!, i
M. i. Oownxav, Bup't PnbUa Bobeola, Saadoaky. . !
Jonn Lriion, Bup't Publle Soboale, OlrcletlUe. i
ry"' ,J.VI''P, flBC,l!, T,fld lamaUBemlnai
Vu. MiTcBiLL, Bnpt Pnbllu Bchaola, Mt. Union.
Jona Oaotii, jvrtoolpal State Normal School, Mlnne.
Non, Principal fourtt 'xntennedUU School,
U.S. Matm, Bnp't Canton Union Bchoola. .
Bdwin Kaaat, Principal lIcNeely Normal School. ,
Jm T. Tarraw, Prof. Mathematloa, Ohio Uulrorelly.
W. W. Rowans, Bnp't Trqy Union School.
A. a. Borsm, rrihelpal.M High, School, Ojete
B. A. NorMW.' Aatoclate Prliirtnai tTlifb Bchaol. fiu.
lanooaa Bnauna, Principal High Bchool, Olert
land. . : h , ' "
R. V. HoMirrow, Principal Clereland Inititata.
' J .A. Qiirtrib, Prealdent of Xlectlo Itutltate, Hi
ram, j i a Of
W. L. Haaant. Pmf. nt flhalaar.'AiU Wa1n
UnlTWlty.
O. H. Basmnr, Ix-Commltrlonerot Common Bchool,
akm Moiicb, Prof. Rhetotio, dbrlln CoUage.'l
' Tnoa. Hat, Prealdent AnUoch Oollem.
BchoolWD.,on.OAT""T' H,fc
B U. ORDHlAnail. Prnf T.KnamaT TTItvfi fliTtAMl
Dayton. ,.-....
B. At. Bakain, Bnp't Union School, Aehland.
Mora than Sim Bunarti other PrtHdmtt of Colt-
f, Froftfort, Author and DUUnguitMd Educa
tor hav tndoried tht about HtUimmt.
PRESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN OHIO.
HaittTTa Ooi.rjni "Tl la trnl m mawnlOiMnt vnrk.
an honor to the author, the publlher,,and the whole
ountry ."-Prealdent Andrew,. J i 1.
Onto WnLrYAW UamaiiTT."Tt exneeda nTCTnarta.
tlona. It Will be a, nUt 1b OffUinmnlit and nmnnn.
elation, and will often ba eonanltedbymeforlta neat
and accurate definition,." Prealdent Thompaon. ,
w. Rl IcitoTio Cotitoi. "Heretofore we haraaaed
wabeter'a orthoKraphr. At recent meetin- of oar
facnlty.lt wae decided to change It to conform to that
of Woraester's Koyal Quarto Dictionary." Preeident
.1-
, I
l' !
Wirrnta Rautri CoiLtoa. "I find It worthy of
coruiai approbauon." freeldenl Ultchcock.
' Omm OoUsk4-'It mora than meeti my expecta
tion,. I recommend it aa the atandard authorltr in
orthoepy to my children and. my pnpili." Prealdent
Morgan. (,.,.,. a. i i
Awnoca Cotxara. "I adopt and aim to naa In teach'
tag, writing and apaaking, the orthography and pronnn-
cianon ot worceater'f m
,oya Quarto Dictionary.1'
fraaldent Hill.
S .
"In all mr wrltlnir. ineaklnir. and teachinr. I hawa en
deavored to conform to the m lew. for orthography and
pronunciation aa contained In Worotater'i Dictionary."
Horace Maun, lata prealdent. -
Kikto Coixbu. Gm am. 'I moat cordially reoom-
Bond It a, the moat reliable atandard authority of the
Kngllah language as it ia now written and poxen."
rieeiacniAuurewa.,
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OP. OHIO.
o
From Rev. Anton Smyth, ComnUtUmer of Common
.... acaoom an tWi, .
The Dicilonar la an Imnariahabla monument to the
learning and induitry of lta author, and an honor to the
world of letter. : Xhe mechanical execution la far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted." i
From Bon. JT. B.' Sarnev. Jtt Commliaione. ot
tichool in Ohio.
"The moit reliable standard authority of tha lan-
V, i : WHAT TBI 1 i ' f
lieadinp; JsTewspaperB ot Ohio Bay.
from tht Cleveland Berald of Varch SB.
Tha orthoaranhT of tha Worcester Dictionary la that
need by tabat, If not all, aathora of dlittnction In this
country and Sngland, and conforms to the general naage
of ordinary writers and speakers. ' r
Whaterer prejudices may hare existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invariably ba followed
by a warm appreciation of its great merits, and a desire
to add it to tha wall selected lihrary, ba It large or small,
It ia a library Initaelf, and will remaia aa Imperisha
ble record of the learning of lta compiler. I. ,
lrom tht Cincinnati Covmertial of April so .
Hera ara upwards of a hundred thousand words wood,
bad and indifferent whose multifarious meaalaga and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are aet clearly before the aye. Tbe work Is
unquestionably tba greatest Thesaurus of English Words
aver published. j
from tht vitveuma rmnataur ofeept w, iuoo.
Evidently Woacxsm's Borat QuaBTO DicnoiuaT it
not only tht but, but tht star toorc of tht kind tvtr it
butd ,and can by no possibility suffer by eomparlaoa r
eontroversyi .-,. .-.;a. V u 'i. I
from, tht Toledo Blade of ilcrj 29. -',
As to rtowtmciATTOK, Wonoiwm nf rut Brainialia
fillowed by, our best utbort la definitions ha leaves
othing to bt desired, and In OgTaoaiaraT U is sufficient
to say that w otcarm can ba sattly followed
iNUHAin ec hhacu,
Pnbllalicra,Dool.oUerd(Staflenor,
mi. i!'t auraniun c'i, viiBVAiiAnii, vuui,.
IBAlB :',';. ,.;;l .'. ...r.viii'.;' v -uli .". ! .:
1 THE MTJTUAIi. BENEflX iO
!... y'!'.l,.l!.'.l,iJI Ain.'il .4. ! It
f. H '.i.iK.i- i ,.i..f -J' ,n.,:a .'i. I ..JiU U
Kro-warl5.f IS", eT-
iTiAeadUannai- 1, 184 i4SPir Oahii
AssBTB..::..:..,..".'.'.-f iJtasuso.
Bianca,'persatament Jap. 1st, i800.Ml3J4O8,S8 j
Kecelrcd for Premlnna Bur
ling tha jettf rdt0...w...f783,a53
leeelred for Interest-daring ,i r' i rti w( .v
tha year 1600 ,.....,.,.,.a. 814,014 13 wf
Total noelDm' fnf lf00kBfl77.ll7)7 t. 'i ( 7
laid Claims by DeaihJ7,.0(V..t K -x jty) f f,..
. dt,ruA a k 411.111 2ft1 :i i rr . 't i .i y
J aawga, atw.'-lljltif IW-Svl r JT,.J J.. I
PakU Oooiaisiteas to ri ' K .kj::'V".1
Agents....-.. 61,335 3(1.. , . . , , r
Paid Phy,ldans' feet. S.UCrt 75 1 , , ,
Paid Anaultiee 1,517 00 ' '
id. DbrWenda dan ,!-.':,-.:! ' I . '.' V'-iVi
oj(hei,!r,..lCil).MO T5, 5(j3,(S)i 03 ,,.411, 878 14
Met Ba lanes Jaaaary 1st, lettl.vJ.: ..! $9,811,558 50
vij ,r jtriamirf .-A88BTB.:,"r: I1 f'"
Okshea hand....,,....i. .' lo aysj-to .4-jr
BVIIUIMllluiipii.uil Ml rtfv!
Kstata, worth double tba
amount loaned.'.."...".. ...""B.37T.WI Bt r
Pramlaa NoMa aa PolletesB .a ' . istir,
j In fate only drawing Oncx,-, .,
'.nt. Intenat, ...... i . ,w 1 .?7l BUf TT - ' 1
Hawl Bataw...'4...,. OO.Kis tr . : .-t-V--
UaMMBeria. .. i4 tr-,60Jl 44 ,..: l-,J 1
Premiuma, .Notea and Oaah,lo,(. W1 ,,
pnaiMoi inuuuuniua.... ...
l.,ii: , r. . H44MaM :' ' r- -.it.j
iXotal Asseta.........i...M,,.v B3,eii,554 so
T.5T5 Polldei la fore, toturing.,....a,42,538
f iljfa ne Policies hats been Issued during tha year.
Aftet a careful calculation of tha present value at the
oaataadrng Policies of ths Company , and hating tbe
nsoesenrsi avtoeml la reeerra tharafor, aha Directors
hate aiK-lared a- UivrDawai ot 4 per cent. on tha Freer'
aaa paid 1 the table rates, to all policies for life la force.
Issued prior to January 1, UNO, payable according to the
present inlaaf tha Coapsay, - -
Kates for all kinds ot Ufa Ooattoavncte Ptoepaea-
Batv, 8-tateerenre, and Applications, will ba furnished
wtteii cw4a, at tba Olnoa ar Agencies ef tba Ooa-
vT-t "; hour. tAtTBRBosri
I J-f t fD,4J. GaWVmt, Yioe Pit
', PresUenl.
f resident.
a. a. UL'Danw 1 1
i MatVaM, WTWr- v ot su .J''- Oolumbuar0;.
1 -1 .L I . 1 - 1
T)LAIH ANI llfiLUCD BLACK
A, ..DWS.BUaot-eWT gaits. ..Vhoaast SBMet
aaaonjaaukia uwaliy, and at saaaraaetmbie was. t
I . , A ,rti- Ia : . .fia;il aaOrt,'- a
Kpnit jij iwim .. (.-. K4 0Ba4auic,estat'
4 ...
vai iaaaua, 4j u w aaa
U'o'feiiSWf'iSfoiihl iiiii5ase; a coxiuVtimv'oi'tiJ
Wooa.yvlut'h .lTiis fluid lecomca vttiatod.
Wnli, ittitj poor.' Being in ,the Bjrpulaiion, it
bei viuli's' Hiu t hol6 1)Qurt jiatl roay buxst ,put
111 cuscasie on iray part of it, Ao organ wlrae,
from its eMfftsV n,9 w, weje; pne wbwla it -myl
not flfstroTlia acrofjIps taint ia wjonsly
cpUieu 'hy 'mcvcurial di,scasa, Iqw living, dis-l
plercd o'r'.inheJlJiy food, .irnpurs. air, filtlt
and' .filtky lm?nu,,,f ,(ldpipsig rices, end,,
above aU.,ly..tlit rvieroftlinfectifln. i..AVbt-i
ever be lu origin, i( is hereditary in. the eon-j
atUution, (k'scendiug from parents to children
unto the third and fDunlv g.jnrnuions " indeed,'
it sewn to, be the yleiVJ ling who gayw, ''L
will visit ttm , iiiituitifft of the fathers upon.
llicir childrwi. tin cl ''' ;
Its tiTi'Cln coimnriico by drpothion front tho
blootl of ooittipt or ulcerous mstterpu hlch, in)
tl lun 51, liver, and internal organs; in termed!
tuUerclefn.in. .the, glands,! suellins;' and tnv
the suifuce, eruptions or sores. This foul cor-,
ruption, which gander in tha blood, depresses,
the rncrpiiiH af iifu, so that BRroniloTja constitu
tions nut; only' stilHir-Iiom scrofuloiis com-j
plaints, but ihcy linte CiT lew power1 fo with-i
Htand the nttmjks Of 4ther 'disaSMir tense-j
fiticntlv :va,l numhera 'tiAish' Ht "rllordnrn
ssillieh, alihoiieh nslt acrrtfiiloas in their ttature,
l-arc itin'-rtndord firttrt- by this! taint in the'
aj'WenrWWit'rjT tli'eonsrtrrtption"i1itch tie-'
cirrtatM art hntnan fnmily has its origin directly!
in thW Mroftrlous tontriminationi and manv
dchuftlvo dieirs of tlio lircr, kidneys, brain, I
nfiti, lriciptrti; bf an trie organs, arise Croni ori
tie ftggrnyhted bjr'the frafhe cause. ' ' . ' ' ' '
" tJne (tnrtcr pf itll our people are scrofulous ;
ihefr persons Jitro intsifled by this lurking in,. ,
fectihn,' and' tlielr heallh is undermined by it.
To cleanse it'fldnt jhe' system we must xenovate
flit Worfd by an alterative medicine, and in-1
vijnrnjo' it' by Jicalthy food and exercUo.1
Surh a, rnedicine (we supply bi, , , )v .
i i..,; .jASr,J3laSvi .x'JItl''.'.
CompppnjExiJCtict of Sarsaparilla,
tWmost rfluetwrd remedy which the medical
skill of otn timet ran devise for this every'
vi'heno prevailing and fatal malady, It is com
bined from tlie most activo remcdials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of tills ftul
disdtnlq fVomtlio blood, and the rescue rjf tbe
system" 1 front itli" 'dostructite eonsequenctw.
Htnce it should, be employed for tlie cur of
not only Scrofula, but also those" other oflce
lions which arise' frort tr,' such as Euitptivb
snd Skiv Xisea8p.s,: S-f AirriioNY's Fine,
RosV,'- or'iRtitSipni,A3, f impt.es,,. 1'ustules,
Bi.otoiiks, Hr,AiNsandBon,s,TcMOTis,Ti;TTnn
and ftATT-"RTTO':Bg&T:rf:38gAi, BwawBiirf,
Hui:t matism, SvruiutipandMEUCi'iuaLDis
As.s, lhtorst.'llvBJjraiA, JJOHiMTr, and,
indcctU all ConrLAiNis xnisiaa suon. Vitia
Tti)..()it. .Jju'fitn Blood. The populaf.bolirf
tit 'UMiptoUy of tho blood" is founded frt'tTWth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of theblood...nie
pnrticitlar purpose ami virtue pf tliis Snrsapa
rilla is lo purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without iviiioh. sorfnd health i Impossible in
continninnted itoWatitnnonS. '' 1 ' '
t ! 'SOR TUB STCSnV CI'BE 'or 1 - ' -
Iiitrrmlf tent Fevrr, or Fever a nil Asjne,
Rinilttiut Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Asrite, Pcrtftdten! Headnrlie, or Bilious
IlcailHtho, nr.:) Utliou Fevers, iudeeil
for tir hole clnsa otdlsenaea orllnnt
Ing lit lilllnry ilerniifjcmciit, rnnaeit by
the Malaria of Miasmatic Countries.
We hre enabled here , to ofTcr the 'community a
remeily wliich, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
ftmmilv. Such a remeily is invaluable in districts
where tliei-e afflicting disorders prevail. This
"Cntit" expels the uiiusmatic poison of Feveu
amu Aovr. from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the diseane, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remeily ever yet discovered fr I his class
of coiiiplainta, but uL.o the cheapest. The large
quantity we supply for. a dollar brinss it within the
reueh nf ever hoily 1 'artil in bilious ilistriets, whe"rc
I' 1: v 1. it and Aui'K, puvuil;, every body, should
have it anil up it freely both for cure and protec
tidit.' A t're'at inneHrirltv of this rcmedf over any
other ever discovered fuf the .speedy and certain
cure of Iutf 1 iniltt r.ts is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, cunswj'.tetitly it produces no fjiiiiii-mi or
other iji.iuiwui.ellei ts tthatuvcr upon the constitu
tion. 1 ho:e curr.l by it are lelt as healthy as if
they had never bad the disease. '-v
lever mid Anne is not alono the consequence of
the miasmatic: poison. A PTcat variety of disor
ders arise fiirnn'.its irritation, among which nre
Xcuiu.'uj. liieU'utism..Guut. Jleauacw. liliutl-
i('i,,'l."Ji'.''i'r. Ji'iwA Vatnrth, AMtmt, 1
pit.ii.iii. J'u.tiliii AtU'cliun iij i.ie .'.jiUrn, ..M'.-r-
ic, ; .mi in f .'n -junems, t.aiio, 1 uraiisi3 ana lie
mii'iim.',! ! .'if yti.mnch, nil of which, when
onuui.'i'Ui iu this cause, put an the iitnt:i(!tni
fyyi il'ijaie periodical. Tbis'CtntB'' etpots
the pi.wMiruiii the wmm, nu consrutientiy eutes
them all oiikpi' It is art invahinblc iirntectinn"ro
imniijrrants and persons travelling or temporarily
(residing in flic tjiajiir1oi.difitiiot. , If tukeu neca
ionally nr daily while exposed to the inleetion,
that will be rscroted fronythe sj stein, and cannot
krruiniilatp in sullicient quantity to ripen into dis
ratv xUrr2B. is e' Biqre vulul,h';for,sfot
Hion'than onrC, and fri'.t' will'cver suffer from Iiiter-
hulfents if Jliey avail ttVjnseJves oj vio protqenun
this remedy affords. tci.i .,'.,;? -.-a t
Prepared by Dr. X C'.'ATEBi CO.,' Loweui ilwi.'
ROBtRTB a BAHUKIi. Columbus.
And by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. , .
nowiiya.twBW
CANADIAH A USXTED 8TAT2S UAH
BTTOAMERS r,
;.'.i i and ruoii 1 '. f
IiONDONDERRTy ' GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
' "and
The Uontreat Ooaan Bteamshln Oomnanv'a flratlaa
fnll-pawsndOlyd-buill Bteaaers sail everr Data'
rdav from PORTLAND, earryinr tha Canadian and
United Bittti aau and passengers,
1 WORWiaiAir. ' NORTH AMIRI0 AN,
BOHBMIAN, , ., ANGLO-SAXON, . .
, , WORTH BRIX0H;. fr HIBBEMlAlt, .' 1' '
I ' CANADIAN, . NOV A 80OTI AN.
Shorteet, Cbeapeet and Qaickcat Con
, . . . j . wewasics) uesa -,- r o
A1CCB1CAT tO AU ?AKTJ or XWiOtiP
I Ratea ot Faaexuta to Buxopa,
: i S3Q, ee, 830, ; '
Will sail from IIVIRPOOL every Wedneaday,
and fromlJuiBBO-evwry Batarday, sailing at
LOMDONDBHRY, oreociTeon board and Und Alalia aod
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
UTPIbesa Bteaaara ara built of iron. In water-tight
oempArtmoata, carry aaek an experienced Sargeoa, and
every atwatlos. Is paid to the eeenrott and acoommmta-
won or passengers. Aa tneyprooeea direct to LONDON.
DEBT, the gieat risk and delay of calling at St. John's
Is avoided.
Olasgow passengers ara furnished with ran patmge
W UI4 I VJU mU.VMUUI 1 J . r , ' J
Beturn tlekals svanad at redooael tatea. ' ' V
Certificates issued for carrying to and brlndntout pas
sengers from all tha principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at teduoed rales, by tins Hue af steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON UNB Of SAIUNd PAGKBTS,
Maying .Liverpool every we, a, ... n . .
Jlsjht Draltsj for l anal apwarde par
. 1 ablelansilaadt irelaad, SJcai
.! laaar tralea, jt )
lr passage, apply at tha Office. 83 RROADa
WAY, New It ark, and ID WaTEK Nr.,
sjivey.jat. ... -
' i ,8ABIT, 4 STASIA Ovsaral isrwnt.-
tHr .:r:a, tu arp.istronc.
nolo-ydJtw,i tm oimI Office, Columbus. Ohio..
i v r
, o-Ptutnei.hip.
IIIAVK THIS) BAT AS1BI1TTED IHt
SOW JAMg ADO BA Tiff a. mrtnar h a trntt.
aeaa, Wkloh Will ba atia W OMulnMaA aniW aha Ana
St tm m Bom. " i , . s. mAlM. 8V South Burn. Bt.
Oolameaat gsB 18, SBSU - u-.'oi? ,- jo , .1 s,bM
BIIBV;K4EIIIiKaIa
(Lata of rhalon'i BsUbushaent, V. T) Pjoeriefora
. .La T-fc W..I.I l , mt . . " .
A Bhampeonlng, Curliuand Dreaalsg oalooa. Beat Saw
straat, ever tba Pees tinoer where saiitfwtM ll
i vMm mvw ivia. iMuwuiuia euitidi. h.i. iiiwu
a (rtvan' la all taw Variew hranahae XMiea and
Chlidrwn's Bstf reestag done la b aateswi. -Tt.
aaaesslffle,
ji a . 1,1 f -ui
vi i,-.i,": ..JO-SCT .H
'- . f.lfia
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Bajtoi ft lflflianapdlii!
Through to Indianapolis withoat Change bf dare
' and bnt On Cbantr of Cars between iyi (
Columbus nd St: WW: ;,i'T' 1
' !t i inn A ,l 1 .'' M.ifvi. .
Four Trains Daily from (Mnmtan.
v, : i.xi.i ; ii.i.'-i.t SiUt ) '
,. , i i FIRST TRAIN, ,i': 1 1 .,
AOOOM&lOBATfOM at S a. m.. atomlnt-at all na
tions bsiween Columbus and Olnclnnatl and Dayton, ar
riving at Ofatctnaul M 10 05 a. a., and aa.-liavtun at
8 10 a.m.. oonnectlicat Dsrton for IndSttepoll, aid
tbaWeat. -v. .j ....;... -i- . .
SECOND TRAIN "
Mrt. 1 FTflDVflB .1 sat 1. '.A-t .4 TaaTaaaiiH
London, Charleston, Oedarrtile, Xenla, Surioe Valley,
Corwln, Vrsepoit, Vott Anelena, alorrow St.. Lebanon,
Posur's, Loveland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati;
at 4.30 p. m., Dayton at 1.45 p. a.,eennedtlnwltb the;
Ohio and Uiulealppl Railroad for bouisviia, atyw yiq-l
Cannes, Cairo, 8t. Louia, New Orleans, etc! at Dayton
for Indianapolis, LaXayetta, Terra Ualitai Ohlnago. and
au Weatem points. ..... .... .,,. . .
n, THIRD, TRAIN.
U AIL at 9.10 D. m .atonninrat all atatlsna between
Columbua and Xenla, and at Spring Valley, Corwln.
Morrow and Loveiaed, arriving atOinoinnatl at il a. m.
,,, , : ,. FOURTH TRAIN. ),,, t . -
RIOUT XXPREB3, via Daytoa, at 18 00 'aiidniJaT
stopping at Londoa, Xenla, Dayton, UiddUtowa aad
Hauillton, arriving at Cincinnati at 5.S5 a. m. ; at Day
ten at B.toa. m.t connectin: at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and at tmtatlppl Railroad lor Loulaville, Kramvlll,,
Vlaoennee, Cairo, Bt. Louis, Memphis Near OrUaoa,
and all points South and South-weat; aJao, at Dayiop
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terra Hauls, Chicago ate.
ITT for farther Information and Through Tickets,
apply t n, u, DUUflKTY, TicketAgent, Union Depot,
Oolvmbusv
P. W. STRADER, - ... .-...1
General Ticket Agent, ClncinnaU. ,
JNO. W. DOHBRTT, . , ,
Agent, Columbus,
v " ' . w. wnonWAnn. v '
Colnmbns, July 14, Tbc
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
CONNECTING AT BELLAIRB WITH THB
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITT8BUR0H WITH THB
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAIJJROAD:
. -. ;!.. JOBMlNaiMj.! .j,n
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
. Ronte to all Eastern Cities !
Trains Leave Columbus as follows t
MORNING KXPBB88 ' . ', : .
Leaves Columbus 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, vis
Bellalre or Bteubenville I arrives at Bellalre, 10. SO A.
11.) Bteubenville, 13.30 P. a. ; Pittsburgh, 3.40 P. a.
Uarrlaburg, 1.10 A. M.i via AlUntoMn, arrives at New
York 8.00 A. M.J wits Philadelphia, arrives at Phila
delphia, S.10 A. M.; New York, 10.30 A. M. Connects
also at Uarrlsbnrg for Baltlaaore, arriving at T.45 A. Hi
'.-ii;.'?
Sleeping- Can attached to this Train
Proln Oolambus, run directly through to Bellalre or
Pittsburgh without change! and Paswngers via Allen
town arrive in New York at 8 A. !., i , .-i:.,
1LTTWO- HOURS IN ADVANCE Of NORTHERN
. UMKS. .... ...
This Train also oooneots at Bellalre with the
Uauimore and Ohio Railroad. . . ..
PITT8BUR0H IXPRKS8.
Leaves Columbus 11 83 A. II , tram Union Depot, vb
Steubenvllle; arrives at Newark, U 50 p. AI.) Oobo
Ion, 8.15 P. Bf.; Steubenvllle, 6 P. U.; Pltuhurg, 8.40
P. II. ITfThls Is the only route bv which Paswnsers
can leave Cincinnati at 7 A. a., go through to Pltts-
burgn in aayitgnt, witooul change ol earsor delay,..: i
I - . I , ' A. 4. '
PAST LINB. ... V.-.i i.i
Leava Oolumbns 9.15 P. AT., from Union Depot, via
Bellalre: arrives at Newark, 8.83 P. Al.i Zanssvllis,
33 P. af .: Bellalre.7 .55 P. U.: Plttaburwh. 11.25 P.
M. Harrlaburg, 9.00 A. M.; Ha AUentovin, arrlva
at New York, 4 P. M.; tin Philadelphia, arrlvee
Pblladeloala, 1.10 P. M.i New York, IP. II, This
Train alee connects at Uarrlsbnrg lor BaUlaare. ar
riving at 1P.M. . t
this mun runs thransh tn Bnllaire or Fltttburswllh-
sut change of Oars: and from Pittsburg there Is no
change of Cans to Philadelphia, or via Alleatewn' to
Mew York thus offering ; j ,.. .., . , ,j
The only Ronte from Columbus to BsttlmOr,
rmi&deiptiia, ot Wew York", with only
i one change of Can. 1
By this Train Passenrers arrive in fiew Yoik fire
honrs In advance of tha Northern lines. "
This Train also oonnects at Bellalre with the Baltlaore
andUhiott.lt..,, ,,iu;ij.n ! teieut
UTThis Ronte Is 30 mllea shorter to Pittsbnig,
'and 'more than 100 mllna ahnrfor in 11
New York,-than Northerrj Lines. ;T
Baggage Checked Thiocga to i ail imV
. , pottant feints Eait.i-i- "
j in a i ii i ,i I , ,lVf4iil
ABB I0B IIOKBTB VIA" f,i'; i; fa
BELLAIRE OR BTEUBENVILLE.
I:.1
-4.
Tickets Oeed arer 'cither Boat.'
" ' JNO. W.BBOWNr
' (Ven. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R
i i . I. A. HUTOHINBOIf, ' 1
Ota. Tkket Agent SteueoavUle Short line. ,
JelO
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ut .
.ill -i n rl rSrvrl FStrsV,J v.uu",
.GENERAL HARDWARE,:
, . ; NAILtl, Q LASS, BASH, PUTTT, 0ORDAOB, LI ir
Ouns, rMwtttla, WfroddLViUaw Trnrj,
ether and Rubber Betting, Tare Leather',' Does sua
ktng'i
eel fly
AKllTLKnEll S rVllNISHIl'p
VJt coons, -ij. "... 'o .. ....j ..,..r
MovalUssaBNeokTlasanf Soar. ''Utti.si i
. ." " Bvroa and Banose Collars, ,.,.,'.
k i . Embto)dere4 Poclte, HudksrthUtti'
I' ' IW.laYrja Atmmm I-- -..U.' '
! Holdea Hill Bblrta, various Styles." ' ' :
!trvs'eoUIBHlllBliira,,da v,' r- - t '.ito
i ariving ano, ovraei uiovea, ao- , J. i L.ttfi
Iicmniru rocnv, umukCKUina tanowa suiea.
Half MM and Under OnmeAta. .;.Ki
'I -i:-.-. . c BAtH k BOHV
f' i:.- '. ui' ..irtflo.waxmmahtt.atieexjil
r
: s()mething:;:new;; i
HOW'Ard':& cdlSi
IMMMGAN-WATCIII:"
rs.i
A III, ATlfp; B3, cth nton ST.'.
aad exaalnaoar newakeef ---
AMERICAN .WATCfiES,
aanuraetarad by I. HOWARD A CO: Boetoa. IfasS.
These Watches ara tar auperior to any thing aver effesed
rus puoiio, nsreioiors. staving uie eictustva ssaney,
I can ssll then at price to suit the times.: I have imt
sheared a atve stoek of ""
1 AMERICAN WATiarfiaL'-
aansiactared by UPPUtlON, IRA0X, ;s 00, l also,
saaasortsaentor , . r ;' -rr., :,1
i feiii.isajj(n rviss ttatches.
6 J (ao4aadWm0jaasAPaaialdss-. t
tiinl'ti'
f.fii c2 ,;.-' w.jsuiAto
l)i;jiiTSldfsinit
ita - if C 1:1 ai IBB at'. ! i!:p A JgraJ
[From the Boston Post.]
PRAYER FOR THE UNION.
1
,
,- e bad 4f ataisadelosaalfaaasi, d J u Ji i'
Of (lohat fruits aad floeiari . . , .
LUia.-' aadraBdeaaf tbeWMi.m wM J
iA iiyBdi4a bleaaasi asnsl i' i j-ofaboiq yd Ji
How khall we prove our graUful thauka n
.!fatha,BwitaeBs(llreri " tiJSJ Q
By lake, and gulf, and river J . ,
,-.ui LnadL wrlia,saarlaw aa avarybearf ' '' t
i I'l CiS"vaaa'.-.,rf)iios'A rll lo
. Tor Thus bait taught us thro' Tbr Sen r I S 1 1
"-"1 thai these whom f hau 1 a7f7oi:J 0 1 ''.11
i.slakiauavaattdaowldsavefh'" T"!
11 ,l.rirf iU i:l yiicism a tl 14,10 ft
.:..i! .B" ko-oiils, whose Bstot,d9Sjaasv toii'a. o
! cltktni rotl,o". fVJ'0
l,,i -Onfhallrwadiflagef suaand sirloei.'1 - iiw
!) .r"M'rtwaVawila.,e-iB vsjl
Lordl write this law on every heaxtr" 1 'J 1 'tl
lt "Lhai Thou as jt, lout
No huuan haaa ahoald aster . "
i -ii(.i wwi il:ai 4i. if-t j .i In
UI AUUSB UIUBSa ICUQ D UIFH' TflV
iaeas.Wil
w Thf.'sniantarapllnaSgurtaeBst,-.!! e ,rrr.
And by his cunning w a it:"
Wool weal ante uurdeU'lsBd "
The serpent's tiall lean UI .
A million hands, by madness nerved,
Would strike their Commoa mother .
', A million aauleeTyeui tor blood ' ' ' J
, tiw blood a en or a brother, , . v
' 1 Oh, Aodl to whom our fathers prayed
la bonds of ewtlaammalm.T,i.. .1 j .1
Stretch forth Thy strong, Almighty hand.
' To still this tempest In our land, " '
Aad iave
H. CLAY PREUSS.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
[From the New York Herald.]
More Men! More Force!
'
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H
a
T
a
It Is now1 five montbs' sines Itje bombardment
of Somter.and the'ureatest'rjprlslne, s It is
termed,' of the Northern people.' How stand
el The rebels ' absolute masters of eleven
States, in half possession of the twelfth, press
ing apon our borders, threatening oar capital,
and we on the rimsivc, wondering hen snd
where they will strike! Who that beard .the
bnrst of patriotic ' wrath ''last'' April, and (be
great rallying cry that swept over every North
ern hill and valley, could hare' believed that
this September Inn wonld have risen upon such
position T ' We boast of Our great doings ex.
ult over the millions of money raised, And the
hundreds of thousands of men armed, equipped,
drilled disciplined; bnt, boast as we may, the
fact still remains that the enemy is St our thresh.
old, and' we are on the defensive; ,vVe bave
talked loud oi our superior noDQlation. snnarior
wealtb, -anpetlor credit, superior Intelligence,
roperior morality, soperlor physical Condiiion
ftf ear armies,' OTperloreverythlngi and jet
her we are on the defensive! VVe hire heap
ed all manner of denoncistlon and execration
upon tbe rebellion, itigmattted It as tbe most
oefarious and aeeursed tbst haman depravity
ever eoooslved, gworn betor high heaven that
it Basil oe put aown, ana the priceless herl
lege of oar fathers saved, ana yet here we
btw, taw rcDeuion looming weec after week
riirht at our front, and we oa tha dafsmaivat ' a
,Now we are not going to take up the insen
sate cry for an advance, which, a few weeks
ago, drove the national troops to such disaster
and disgrace. Heaven forbid!' Our troops are
not prepared for an advance. There is not one
ot their commanding, generals neither - Mc
Clellan on the Potomac, nor Wool at th r.u.
ress, nor Rosecrans tn Western Virginia, nor
Frembnt In Eastern Mtssoorl who would ha
justified In poshing forward his columns at the
present timet for there is not one of them who
would not be opposed by superior force of tbe
enemy in superior position, and the stake is of
too vast moment to be needlessly imperiled.
oui way tnis superior lotoe on tna part of the
,enemy i now is ii mat our twenty one m ona.
after these five months; bave tinder arms a less
uumoer et soioiers at tols day, than tbe eight mil
lions of the ponfcderacyT , We may say that
mo vsomeaeraie uovsrnment naa nsed eon
strain!, wbile oar Covernment has not. But
the faet is that tbe great body, tbe Immense
majority, of tbe Coniedersto soldiers enlisted
as voluntarily as our own. , Even were it oth
erwise, oar question would stilt be unanswered.
It matters not bow Jeff. Davis hss raised his
Immense force. Thetalt h. and it baa bean
our business to outnumber. U. No sane North
ern man will, afllrm teat we have been una
ble; why then has it sot been done T We
nave met reverse after reverse Great Bethel,
Bull Run, Carthage, Springfieldy-hava suffer
ed Missouri to be overrun, East Tecs ess ee to
be trodden nnder, have failed, to follow op our
advantageL fn North Carolina and refrained
from sll like demonstrations eUewbere,-an4) all
for want of a sufficient nusobet of men, And.
h iBetiil worse, there is aot even sow, when
all the bard conseauencei of the defieieuoy have
been brought home to us, any adequate means
in operation for ita remedy. .Congress Qoqtem
plated and authorized the ralaiog of Aye Bun-
Sred thousand men for the speedy suppression
f the rebellion,. We have aot one-halt that
number On out rolls, all told i .and, at tbe rate
We are now enlisting, will not much snore than
keep good even that poor figure, against the
current casualties of disease and battle. It
lasts months, aa,we nav found to oar east to
make vaiUbla svliien.t. tiae would fades
Iron, theBteswt progrees of tbe North In en
lisUng., thati j had, made. np iui mtnd to go
through the wlniejc eampaign wit a- fore, not
taateriallj larger thaa tbe praaaol, aid lake the
nances, ii mis is loaeed so, Il renects rniBee
bly npooenr patriotism., r. . tf . ..r ., v
oad we the half a million on roatmniid. r..
gresa vqtsd, or oould we few assured af them by
the first of J)eoenjber, t U morally certain thai
the rebelliqn would meet its end before the
beats of the nest sommer. With oar prawaot
loroe, no man aaa eay when it will be effected,
er Indeed iihat il will be effected at alU i We
are simpiy ngntiog the rebels on equal terms.
With one quaiies ot our real strength. In eaoh
cuis M we. have tba varv aaiaonw p k.
Bation at stake the North ought to find no
aim uuaiouuj in puMiDg a rnuiioe of men wn
der arms. , The French RepnbUo of' 93, with a
popuJatioo but lltde exceeding our free States,
'alMS twT knndred thousand men to repel
thAKarepean .eoauaonwhloii wae (hroaienint
U deauethm H U Bras they had a Carnot iu
the elvU sxmaoUs wbavwAs able both to infuse
oowtaf and antboaliaam Into the people, and
V(OTgsBaisavAltttthe graDdwH-anlty and eN
feotVj.Wa BaVWM SUcA loaelrtrlrj Cammanil.
og, aouity inos publle admiaistritHou.-' Bat
ws nave-Mwnar sjogbt t worta Ht mora a
people el Meoualejd'InwUiierjcarHWB-hlve
bad, fof three gsjewratloae) Me richest erperl
enoe of tha blesawge ec eecsthatlooal rreadom.
t it id Idle fes the ITovlfaera pepltowat for
any aew isnpatse frosn blah plaeee. The eorht
to lad their stlaialas to dost U their m ba.
ausmi er, tf an external monitor be needH, the
were signs oi ine glorious sure aid Stripes, In
danger of being haatbreaV-and buried forcvar.
ought to be etuMigh.J This enluning sanst bet
tag, as it ia sjoUig. .The people sseat wake oa
to the real neceaaltiea of tha tiMmmi., ..j
liy ,te the overthrow of lt enemies. Tho
preseni aeieosive poaiuoa U a shame aad a dan.
IWk. WaOHUU,aSOavaarmiaai thaln.. .nT.l
aomeihwg-aJse-riamlee before whose) euperkw
strength ubellion wIU vail and oewst.JaaSsael
ui.amaiiog uie world, as 41 vm doeavwiib
proua. aeisani iroota , We ahauld iresseBaber
that every day thia fell traaaaa kaans lta ataad.
is a day added to Its prestige, she sjcaanaeef
the good name, of. thaRspablKs. ilf we swash
thia , rebellion, with one iqaiek,i dec is We, ewer-
wheluiing blow, we shall take h!gbesaaK thaa
Vet anions the itlisssi If we allow a wsvar.
IneNdSRgluir.uaswsing stMgghaiaeUngcm tba
deleraivs) M Ions; as, we .eanfBbdJai attack
ever ass vd of sur see--are ah all wadei throowk
i lshoBorr: and . probably eorno nl i . lor -defeat.
Triumph to bars if we wig U,ttl wwtnawt show
sraetTeejaore in aMrteaHnaaHnntfoiihm
onr strength. , ,w t .!' O-Midnob
The Jesse Hoyt Correspondence--
How Mr. Mackenzie Come to Publish it.
i Saab. ,
IV I . , . . i
wiTh Albany Journal eooUlos
Interesting remlnisoeoces of , William Lyon
Mackenile, written by Mr. Weed. Tbe follow
ing Scoount of the famona Ja flntf r.nrrM.
woaaawa, givee a nambev or raota never bs-
iove published:-. f; :;, , i;. .,, t,.-.; ' ...
.jUurinK bis rxile.AIs. Mack.Lxla waa era I
ployed by Mr. ' Van .Ness, then Collector of tho
port of New Tork,' to arrange; and file a great,
LTJs proved a mine ef Dolitloal euiuaitlaa!
hvmiunuiiu 4Ji aaannBfvinta u anaa mm
Mr, floyt, a former collector, had left hla pri
vate and political letters along with bis official
J ' . Al . s
w. ic-pouucuun. - vomtog anespeeteaiy npon
suoa ttMore .Mr..MckM mined away
silonlll,auUUha Bms aaraall aarAfntlw n!J
lated, when he brought them to Albany. ComJ
iDgesnyone nunaay morning, With thettesl
tby,n4Slesa stepol cat, to onr reeldeeee,!
-aad tuidey iftJoBoiioue oi eeorecy, he placed his
volume of letters in our hands, , Tbe reading
occupied several honrs, and occasioned great
esiouisbmeui. Only that they were in' fhei
vaitawo nana writing af dlKlngnUhed pollti
tane, ne pne could have believed in their ex
istence.. ,.
' ' Mr. Maole'tsle,' when he"eime',to dinner,
laid his object In bringing the letters bere was
toi get them secretly and aural nrintad.i . If
empieu lo. kew york, he feared that his
vj mjuuiniu, iu our qaeaiions, wist
Whether the publication of private letters weald
ot injure him, and whether, having been em
ployed to arrange and file papers, he waa at lib
erty to make such use of tbem, he was ready
with bisanswer and justlflaatlon. These letters,
be said, had fallen providentially into bis bands,
aa tbe means of overtbrowine a nowsrfnl aad
! wicked dynasty; that it was bis rfVy to publish
the letters, aod that be would discbarge that
uui.y rcgaruiwss oi consequences.
Our relatione ef strong political aod personal
hostility to most of tbe gentleman Implicated,
rendered It ao manifestly Improper that we
Should print their private letters, that Mr. Mao
kebsle was satisfied with onr decision. Wa
gave hiss, at hla request, a confidential letter to
toe ate caward Lurtia, and soma weeks after
ward the letters appeared, making, as win be
remembered, a "great commotion"
' Mr. Mackenela conld have nrofltad larwslv
by the suppression of these letters; but be was
men, ana ever, indifferent to such considera
tions. We bave known him. when ntterlv im
poverished, reject advantageous offers and fly ia
tha taoe of those who would bave been glad to
Sid aim. Either, from prloolple or caprice be
declined eligible positions, wbile be. worked
bard for nothing wherever bis feellngi carried
him.' In a letter to ns. dated New York. An
gus 9. 1859, he said: i. .
,- In all 1 did, however, my main aim waa to
help forward tbe bumbler classes, and to aid
the policy most likely to make Amerioa free lo
toouRoi ana leeiiar. and not in form and man
ner only. I waa offered the chief editorahlrJ of
uie oiu oua nere, a lew weeks ago, and oould
have lived well on tbe income, and wonfd have
rejoiced at my good luck in being permitted to
waa aiBooursaa i or soon a large church. Hot 1
naa no faith in tho Beach family (though, ner-
haps, I was wrong in that;, consequently I
would bave nothing to do with the eonearn."
' When be refused that position, he had not
money enonga to ao bis next day's marketing.
in Ills lone extla, workinsT hard in hia war all
the wbile, be wonld bave frequently suffered
um mr me eveaay ana iioeral friendship of Mr.
brace, the veteran type founder. .
How Mr. Mackenzie Come to Publish it. Republican "No-Party" Convention.
Tho Republican "No-party" Convention for
Knox county, assembled at tbe Court House, in
Mt. Vernon, on the 2d Inst. ' It wss composed
chiefly of tho old Republican leaders, with a
few professed Democrats, who Joined this new
oriranixsiion solely for the purpose of getting
oflloe. The Convention was under th avnin.
Bive msnagement of that "No party" patriot,
M,ejui "ayp, wuu - uoaiea me loo ' from Deem
ning to end.
After 'considerable sparring, snarling, wrang
ling and writhing, the following ticket wss ds-
uiarcu uumiaateas -
for Representative. Wait Whltne, T...an..
er,H. Greer j Commissioner,!. W. Bradfleld;
Inflrmsry Director, Asabel Allen j Surveyor,
Wail Whitnev. tha Candid! fr. Paaaaaanfa.
-.mwv ewe awpi covusai
tive, was rBfeckinridgt Democrat, and bates
toe Abolitionists with a hoi r.atrd. Thru
who know him well saw that h wnU mi nfr
his right hand before he wonld vote for Ben.
Wade, or any other "irrepree8ible, Abolition
ist for U. S. Senator. .
St The "old line" Republicans are very much
dissatisfied with thia ticket. Thev consider
that they have been sold ont
Mt. Vernon Banner.
AN OFFICER CASHIERED FOR DRUNKENNESS.
' Bttr SSVS that Ltentenant Colnnal Fran.
clsB.O'Keele.of the 15th Regiment of New
York Volunteers, having been sentenced by
ooart-martial to be cashiered for drunkenness
ana disorderly conduct, etc,, Major-Geoerel
mcueiiao naa approved the said sentenoe, and
formally declared Lieutenant-Colonel O'Keefe
po longer an officer In the military service of
thai Halted Btatee: : . , ,
tl
'..: Irish Unen OoodrL
tTARUANTED FABKIC
. , , iidh oniri srosoma riua ana yaney
Bhlrtlng and Boeoa Llnana.
, ..1.-1, Llnsa bhevUngs aad Pillow Oastigs.
f t ,:,.Llnen Caaikrlcaaad Iroag Lawns. .
'' . . .i Linen Pocket -haodkrla, all aisaa.
' . . . ' ' Linen Towellings and Diapers
. . Llasis Waklua and DOrlt.
,. Ltnen Table Olothaand data Paaaaka, , .
Linen Towels with eolorad aarders. ,
. k , ' Linen Stair Oovertngs and Crash.
.- tor sale at low prises. - n 1-
stis a agn.
fetoa
Ho. SB Booth Bih street.
E. r.rCOLLISTER,
. tVbaleaala and Ketsaiv Dealer
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
'" 1 Ny.'C5 Fifth Btreet, A" J
P I T v S B U R 0 H, P a ; -
Steep
I
ouatatitlr aa bansl all tba wa-
rieus xaaja.ii aja ax
i Oct. hi- lyd
!' E. M. ' WILLIAMS '& CO.. j
Front Street, Between State and Town.
.r- !! """"Ii aaa aitaaaga V' -wir-1'!
tbe preesuraof lata yean has sat heavily t'fJatT
upon berrunnlna: wears, she Is still tnrn- " '
g eat those splendid PHATONB, HOCftAWATS.snd
PKINOB AXB.RT'S SliigTINO TOPS and KO-VOP
5tiLB8lJtle,,8 BXPBbSS, SaLBLBTON,
"'umi ana UUOUBHI WAOONS, SMAifc OMNI-
" aaa uAtias, Twenty years steady maauraa
taring has glveat ear work a wldSHaparad rrpauaoa
throagh the Soath aad Wast. ':.- '
Wa therefore deea It unnecesaary to ay any thing saere
la regard to the quality af oar work. We waaaaar
bysstt VBMicta. -We caa sell eoes Tor Beaeots froa
atsssfssa. . i ...
Dealers caa ha furnished with any aaseoat ef anrfc at
abort notice, and at prices lower thaa can be bought any
where to the Wast. Secoad hand Dugglee takta in sx
chaara fat irowwor. ' -
' . ILr'Bepairiog 4eoe Bsatly and at shert aottee. las
Mry oa Iront, palwroa Siata aad Town StrsaSs, Oolnss
bas. Ohio.
' CrA tl eosiraaaloatlons will reoehre prompt attention,
. Aeg 31wty ' r. M. tf. WILUAalS A CO. '
nOSNKTS, HIHBONS TAJkMa AJI9
airnnna o .r.i 1... . .
uii-i f-.1l
RAIN a suM.ifj
anrltJ
, He. St Boalk Utah atrial,
I
11 'I a
kc A&VKUIBIMIWt... ,
,Iot the INSTANT BJL1BI
( and PBRVANBNT OUKb of 0
listrealng enaptalnt eex
.-:... .1 , Hi. .11 . .. .,;(
,f-.et .1 ; . ,.JiJv.
BLQJCIIIAL CIQAEITTXa,
hU by 0. BBTsfOCB CO., 107 Wasaao Bt, H. '
,,.. , rioa Bli oo! sent free by poat. ,
'I'tot.BAH at At, Daueeisrs.
mm
. Inrartably in A4Tace.
r-'-V-'j " ' ' ' f'"'''' ' "
STONE'S, BAZAAR. '
SJSBBBBWSSa
it,
A
this market. TbeSoadi, In eonaeauene of the filler,
ef the grain arap, bad not beeo tZ, StZtml tha ll?
aalqoaotltyef rich goods, andSrosd tha
Imporure to all them at publlTil.
nr, llmHMM.1 "r- - , 1 IB
INU..IM. ' .
CLEQANT PRESS SILKS-. .,
OTTOMAN VELOUR8r '
lr BROCHEv-ALtNClW "
PRINTED MEBIN03,
.i i '7, PRINTED C0BURGS,
BLlCKALPACASr1'008009''
ORLEANS, ' -' i
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, ,
. , i tptf VOOL DSLAINE3,
FOPLIN3, PRINTS,
' " DELAINES.
SHAWLS AMD CLQAIC8I
Fiye ' Thausarid ' DoUafar Worth'
Bought in One Day, '
LAD1ESV: FURS,
H0S11ROEPARTMENT.
""'I and Children's sTater Shirts aod Drawers;
Ladies, Unaeaaad OkiMrsn Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; f leeoy Lined aod Cotton Glove,
of every make.
- ALBO i
A complete aASortmeut of all Ihs'nsnsI varie-
tiOS Of : .. ;
LADIES' CLOTHSL, ,..
CASSIMERE3, -
OVERCOATINGS,
i it, TBPPfW
FLANNELS, - - . . ..
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Camlrio Hand-
kerchieft, fte., &o,
Tonersonswha mil nn n..
show them the Urgat, best and ebeapeat atock of Good,
f' ,' Bay tbem one dollar pr
umr wuiie loosing. - . , . r? - i -
ueci-niya-tawltw. BT0N1 A O'HARRA.
NEW ARRIVALS
OB1
Spring & Summer Millinery.
. Tha a tools: Roploniohed f" ;
. . JDAXEdYt ,
moin LATEST JMPOBTATIONS OS
NEW YORK.
nr STOCK OP
Spring & Summer Millinery
la now complete, comprlalog every variety of llllln-
eryj also, a large sasortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Notions, Ac, and In quantities and prices that can
not an to sun all who may favor us with a call. Tha
goods have been bought at Panic prices, aod will be soli
at a small advance on coat.
MILLIHEKY
Miss M. E. YOONO, late of New York City,
will superintend tha Millinery Department Her long
experteao? la the most Fashionable Xatabllshaent In
Broadway will alone be a warranty that shs will ba able
to give entire satisfaction In mature of fasts to all who
aay favor her with their orders.
The Lsdiea ot Columbus and vicinity will n lease ac
cept my sincere think, for their liberal patronage, and
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of tha same.
R. H. WARE,
68 Eant Town St.", Columbus, O.
PBICXI BXOUCIO
Proa tha New i ork Observer. 1
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines are ob
liged lo pay Mr. Howe a licensa on each aachlne aaM,
and are a'se oom nailed to maka ntim b aim. .,.
oath, as te she nombar sold, ha Seeks give a correct state-
meet. Prom this reliable aoarce we nave obtained the
following statistics. Of the machines made hi She year '
1830, there ware sold, . , , , . ., . i.
By Wheeler A Wilson 81,305 . .
: I. a. Singer A Co... W.9S3 "
" Graver a Baker lftBO, ... .
Showing thssala of Wheeler A Wilson to bt dott&'s
thoM of any other Company.
Awarded tbe highest preartasas-at tbe '
. United Steles fairs of lbSB, lBU and ISG0;
ahmal the
Olrlo Sara Pairs of IK and IBSSj v, ...
and at nearly all the Oonn ty Pairs In the Bjafc. . ,
Our prleae, at the law red notion, are at lote at any'
took to ssashlee now sold, aad rat a klSa higher thaa'
tha Interior Saw Uraod cAoeei tUck maohinet, bow
foroed anon the market.
Tha WBI1LM k WILSON MA0BTNB makes tha
Loom Inoa the only one which cannot ba raveled, it
Is Aura oa Bon Suesor tha woods, laawln. a. mu.
eAufneaU niier tide. . .
AU maoAtnet t anted 1 years, and" Snsrraioffm
Areata tiMlruse, free of ebane.-
, H. CBAill, 61 High St.. Colnmbea, 0
i . 1 Wat! SUMNBB A CO
deeS-9awd9aAwai Plke'g Opera Hoasa. Clnetnnatt.
STISNI OHtTTKNOIN. . , . HlflSV T. CBITTtsnrii" '
S. t H. T. CHITTENDEN . Z
ATT0KNIT8 At LAW.
H7 Offices, 828 Broadway New Tork Oltv. aid
P4kaoxs Bmuiwe, Oolumboa, Ohio.
i JlTOareful attention paid to OoUsctloas. . ,7 . .''
iaprlPidosa . , . '.
I Baltimore Clotting Eonsc :
HEaa i;Xeytj3u.
nasmracTcaias awa vmoLauu seaLaaa ra
REAadV-MADE CLOTHirj
irNa 308 W. Baltimor;;1;."
(awrwasN mbsbtw As Wewaaa,r
JAliTIMOPlB, itld
A Larga
1
Aaboirtment ot rises aad rurnlshm rp
Onoos, Constaatlj aa. Xsai
ill
rkioft.11.
I H 'ii
.i
t5 A OL 15 -BR AS il W 0 R KB,
'!';;, s3y r "prlatt A Water jia.,':" '
OolxijjatoxajBiw Olxlo
IU t
W. B. POTTO & 1 -CO'
Ud sfanaraptarert of Brasa aad OonpoeiUoa CaaUnrs.'.
- PinlahBraasWorkof allDeKripUons. 0
Electro" Plating Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTtNC. &C.
Mr.' .1 .' .l rf . ' , '. -
,1V
i - iwv tuva in inn..
uli A 1."
i.l'J 'n
real tn-diy
! t
Srniivo rioAsta ANir Asair,i'!
n,i" '" wuwmu oewsiyiee or Clwtb
enaaae. tUasema sod laowtise, aade in the newoat andu
roat styilub aseaner. Also. Stwaerb sVlsaia
InfS.
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