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VOL VIIFNO:; 83 . NE.W:SEBIES.
f Uf BOIalVAEJ PE3 TEA'S j
T r a aa a. . "
1) lui Qtdtc$ma
0 AIL Y. IlI-WMIT AID WEEXLI
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fOBMSHlBi AD PBOPBIKTOBi,
. CT'Offlw So. 80, M b4 0, onh Hlgll it
''' TABUS nrTAlUBtT III ADVAlfOB.
Daily . ..' , $8 00 p year
, ly tiit Carrier, per weak, UU etntt.
frt-Wetklj ' v -;-$0o owm.
- Aavarteaisi oy SBO WQtltsrOe
octree 1 mt..W 00 1 Ont tqntrt 8 weeks.. 84 00
On "' .month IS 00
Dd " month. IS 00
On " .week.., 3 00
On . ""link.,, I7S
0n 3day.., 100
On ' ' .day.,. .75
Jn " " B month 10 00
Od- " ' Smooth. 8 00
On' -1 month. 5 00
On " llntertlon SO
Dteplaytd advtrtlsimiQta hl( nor than lb abort
fate. ... ' , ' r
AdrtrflMiMtiU leaded tad placed la tht olnmni
All notices require to b published by law, legal rate.
lr o ran red on the tnstd xoltuiTlj after the Bret wk
pr cent, nor tht tb above nw; bat til such wll
PJf In theTrl-Weeklywithoetehergo. ,
. "i""1 bo "seeding Avlloea, per year, la
lite, 4 SO oer line; outside , , " ' . .
Nottoes of meoUng., charitable, ootetlet, flr eompanle
All traiuitHi advtrUMnmtt wml t paid for to
t iiaiM til rui will not binrM from.
Wek1jr, nm price th Dll,
. hwt th BdMrtlflM
will Wmklf lion. Whan 'h Dad
ra b mm, then th eharz r tht Weekl will b
airiranf th laly .. T
. No ailTcrtkMiitnt takeo axctpt fot A deBsltt ptrlod. .'
BUSINESS CARDS.
.i 7. A. B. 8DHDIS,
Attorney At Iiaw
AND NOTARY PUBUC. ;j '
avDot-AmbotMldlaf, tpporiU Oapltol (qtar. .
, r . . - r. r i c i : OOLUMBDI, OHIO!
A. OOBORND, :
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
': ' ' MARION, OHIO v
Machbic MannfactnriBg Companj
i rttAHDIAOTOMM Of i ' .
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
OMtlBft, MUllng MAthUtry , ,
ZletllxroetcX ',"fTorlat
Of KTI1Y DUCAIITION.
0HAB. AifBOB, lip't.
,3 5-n "f
?, AhtBOl, TrM. .
aion ltuo-u
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connaellnt it Oreatlln wILtf lh PITT8B0EaH, IT.
' WATR1 it OBIOAaO BAtLKOAS
Ibr FittibwrgK, ndadtlphia and BalUmort. Alto
for fart Waym and Chicago.
OonntctlDf at CleTCland with tb LAKE BH0B1 RAIL
B0 AD
rr Dunkirk, Hntfclo, Albany, Ht
ton, andtrk.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
IXCKPIItJNBAT,
from Oolombiu, In eonaVetlon with Train on th
MTTLE nia-fftl i AIfir, IHI.VIrIBD
. . IIK8T TRAIN, "':,
NIOUT SKPRH?8. Ltire Colnmbn at 3.40 AM
will fear punADgcr at ail lUUon south of Gallon,
lop at Palasuru, Ashlry, Oardington and 01 lead, and
at allttatinn cortu oC Sallon, ajrlTlnt at Cleveland
at 9 00 A. punmrk 1:00 P.M., Baffitlt 426F. H.
Albany l.W A. M., New York B;3S A. BotonS:IO
P. at.,PUUbnreh ria OrMtlln 3:Ht P. kf , Phalol
bit 3:10 A. U. Chicago Tla Cant lint at 70 p. k .
M' ' BB0OKBIBAIN. , . - ;;i
Nl TOHK S.XPRB88Lee Oolnmbna at 11:10
a. m. Will Mop at Lewi Omin, (for Whit Balphut
Bprlnri), Delaware, r iington, ttajlon, OknUIo, 81ir
br.MMr London, Wullluaton and. OraftOB. arrir at
ChiTtktnd at 3.3i p. mJ, Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m.i Boa.
ralo, 1U.-SA p, t Albany, 6: a. m.; Ktw Yoik, 1:41
S. . Btoo, 4 40p.B, XhU Train oonnactiat Bbl
yforBandntky.aad at Glaftoa for Xaltdo, arrtrlaf at
TokAoaHft fu , v;. , ,. ,
. . THIBD TRAIN. -,
MAIL AND 'A0COMM0DATIOM-lT Colnmboj
at 0.30 p. at.- "Will atop at til ttation Bouth of
Bbdky. aA t ,Nar. Loajda Wtlltaxton, Arafton,
and Bna; aniffnf at ClneUad at B:M p. a. Sonv
kirk, HM. n.fiuXio, SJJfla. m. Albany, S:20 p. m.;
NawYork. 70 p. m.: Boatoo, 11:4a p. m. j, Pltubarcb,
trfaOmtlliMta ll:Up. m.; Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Oblearo, 94m Onmlioa, :4o a. m. ,Tbia Train raioMi
at Bhelby (ot landiukjr apd Ivlodo, arrlrisi at Xolado
H:Mp... iA. C . -j,, , -,, , t
Fttaat Sleapin Curi aro ran 'on ill
Sight ltalni to Chicago, KeV '
..York AndBottoa '
RatnogM Qhtelcti ThrougX to Nno Tori and Botlon
9 irnlmt;alm,to PkUaiUlpMaanA
,. -.i- iXn lofa (Vn. ,
HitrVfli Afrlttt at Cofnmbo .'.'. 11:15 1 . M. '
viactenatt iipiw arrire at Oolombnt at 10:30 A . H.
AnwoawdtUoa Bxprbat arriTt at Oi
f, Hy1. " -nJn : ..'i.
i 11 U ' III I
Columbui t7:50
' rtutt luow at y ttnr tthr Rtmte
M tawTkfclt via Crettlim n Cltw&ni,
,.;.ji'p; .AHAPAIWR80N,AfMl. -'
Oofi
W,.Juntl7,lt61.v,t mnj
i'Ut StttlTtdl
I uf r..
100
nr. cn orbbi buck
1ISAI lOO ban vnait Blo Cooet,
1 mO pec old yawa UoTamainil vara t
t A bacaOaalsai Oofl. . ... . - .
BOO btU. ttaadard White Bvrart, tontkitlng of Fow
di.Chrnthed.thaoalatod A and B Oofle
Oofft. ;
7jouuaitworfc Htoiuonnu.
9 oi- alM aod N 1 HackeTel." V
S tea. Plok Bs
lOOba. LaytrBaKlM
60 ht. da
lOOqr. box do d
n
lOO U Olcan, ddarBt braa'ai rtda. a W i
ori7
T ,
.., ,W.tlCVVnAbat4
7:.r
Red, WMt?iiid-;Blnc . .
JsatoptMdby i.ri) 1 ' I ' t
TBinlri'ioN,'
r.t
tprTO , '. W South Blfhttmi
A niw noor skirt
4t-TLT.iT J Tr ' r riIt-!L'iJ: JTr:
Br fwt far4 ' nakt )f EOOP IK HITS
laMtadla t atanaar Ibr jjnn l Jj,X rtJ.-Jtapdttctj
. 433:01 nn ""rai vn-rr ta
.i.a,j r"'ii .a it '
r-;l
"WOKaESHER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY
' , ao uuapen eonM t& JWt, r,V
"Tha moat Rallakio taaautrl ,A-
tkrU7 tl the EoglUn JBfHC.t
Sim Sttndrtd Sntnmi Sducotori of OMo,
THB BI8T . BNOLIBH W0TI0HAET BITAHT."
'' tranl Mm JtMrytsAtrt.
"Bait art nnwanla at a HaMa4 nuaiuiil Wovita.
whoa mnlUfarlont BMaobigi asd darlnUoats, tnMttiar
With thaii eontot RMlllaa. and nnnuaiatlaai at alaajrl
Jtbefoi tb y." .
- - - - OindnnoU Cbnumrolal.
Bud tht DtcUton of lh MTmnbtrh of tki OkU Stat
v itawurt AMooumon. . -
Th nndtnlgiMd, mambanj of th Ohio Itate Taaehan'
AaaOtlatlOD. atloot III Mm touli tahlav. anttla
and IpaakUx. tha orthaa-ranh and ttronannUtlnn of
WorOter Boval Onartn TIlnHnffiAtv: ,M m mm mmh..
dlally reoommend It at tha moat rallabla atasdard an-'
tborlty of tht Bnflkh lufaaa, at It 4t nw writtea tad
tptkan, ..... ... . . 7 . - .... . ...
LoaiK Akdiwi, Praildant Kanyaa OalUf.
u D. Uaaan, InparlntaodaDt BaaattUlt Bohaol.
Taoa. W. HAtTiT, Bnp't kUaii Ion Union Bchtal.. -
M. P. OowsajiT, Bnp't Pabllo Bohoola, Bandoakp. .'v
'obr Ltuch, Bnp't Pabllo Bohoola, OlreteTill.
If. fliirroao. FrlndDal Clara land Wamala Scnlna-
w. Hmntt, Bnp't PnbUt Bchaolt, Ku Cnloo.
'OHM OObaa. Prfnalnal lltaU MamuI MaKaiI. II InM.
UTIIOB If AaoH. PrlnMnal VAtiwh YMMMJIUt
Cincinnati. ' r "T7.: 77 '
- . B. ktiTLlop't OanWn Unitai Bchoola.
- Bowm Baaii Principal McNaaly Bona) fcbool.
w uma, jrra. jaauieauiif, udw vimafi
Wm. W.BaWAJi, Bnp't trty Uataa Bohoal.. -.
A. 0. Bonora. PrtavaloaJ Vaat Bark Inbanl Obm.
Itad, ' . 1 Li . ' ' ' i.. ' .1 ,rJT. t ( ' j, t . . ,
B. A. Roitoi. Aaaoaiata PriarAnal Hurh BemooL Cam.
land, i .-. . , :,
xmosoii tmiM, Principal EIb Bcheol, Ohrr '
land. - ' 1
B. r. Htntima, Principal Clmlacd Inrtttat.
J. A. Oarau, Prttidcnt tf Btottio Inatitatt, Hi-
IB.
W. L. HAMrJ. Pmf. af Chaanlatrr. OhlA Waalaraa
rjnlTtrrtty. ,
B. B. Bamm, Vz-Otamltaloatrof Oomtoim School),
OMo. . . . .
JiNt Homtom, Prof. Bhitorlo, Obtrlln Oollef.
Taot. Biu.Pnablat Aatkwh Oollar.
K." TT . ft.
Pro!.- Mathtnttloa, High
Luooi,Aiayton.
8. 0. OtoiiaaotB, Prof,
L acinar, Elgh Bcheol,
B.
U. Bamdi, flnpt Union Bchoolt, Atblaad.
Mor Oan Btm Bvmdrod eOr Prettdmf of Oo)U-
01. rroftuort. Author and JHHnguith4d Zdvea
tori, hav tndorMd flit abovt tmUmtnt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
H Alirm CoLLaaa.'Tt la trnlw a maanlflcant work.
an honor la tht author, tht pnbuhr,,tnd thtwhtlt
otntry.,'-Prtaldnt Andrtw.
Ohio WntT.mv Vitrauirr f It areaada mw anacfav
Ucti. It will be ray guide la orthography and pronnn
datlon, and will often b eonaaltadbyBaforltf neat
and accurate dcflniUona." Praatlaal Tbonptoa.
W. R. TrLafTrm (Inrt wmw m1 W mra trrfnr ra hava hmI
Wthtter'a orthography. At A recant n acting of our
Iacalty.lt waa decided to change It to conform to that
of i Worcester' Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Prldnt
warnaia.x
Wnmi'Ilanvi Oouaat. And It worth of
tprauu approbation, rreioeni Bitcnotca. -
OratLTR OoLLaaa. "It mora than BMtta bt anobv
tlon. I rtooaamtna H aa th ttaadard authority!
orthoepy to By children and ay ptplla." Prealdent
Mtnan. v
Axnoctl Coixaot ut adoot and aha to at In teach-
log, wrltlnt and tpaaklnr. tbaorthotraDbr and
elation of woicaatar'l BoraL Qnarto. Slottosary."
Pruldaat Bill. . v.-. , . ,wi .;
' tin ill ny wrlllnf , tpaakln, and teaching, I hart tn
dot to red to oonfonn to tb anlai for ortbofraphy and
i loth
lined I
prennncatnon at contained in Worcetttra lilcuonary
iioTact Mann, lata fraaidant.
tnrroa Oouaaa. Otuaan'l moA eordlallv noon-
Bond It as the moat reliable itasdard authority of th
Bagltahlaagiiagtaf It M mow writtaa aod rpokn."
Prealdent Aadrwt. :
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO,
ivlom Btvl into) SmytX, OmmUtltn of Cbmtmon
j r . w . coAooia wt onto. ... a a; . .. j
Th Dictlorary ta aa awpaikatlilt aaoanaunt to th
learning aad todattryaf It aatbor, and ta honor to tht
world of letter. Tb meohanioal axacntion I far au pe
rt or to that tf any other Lexicon with which, Iiaa
qnlntd.,,1j ' . ' ' I . . . ;l i J ,
JYom Bon. B. H. JBamty. Xa-CbmmUtonaf of
Moot in Ohio. . I
Tht Boat rellabl ttandard aatbtrlty of lb Un-
) WHAT TBI
Haraulina Newapaperai of Ohio Bay.
I Irom th CUvtland Herald qf March 28. )
The orthography of th Worotater Dlctienarr la that
meU br moat. If not alU anthora of dl Unction Iq thli
eoantry and Bngutnd, and oonforait to tht ttntral Man
or ordinary wntart and aptakart. '
Whaterar srelndioea Bar hart exit ted rreriowtT, t
eaiafnl itudy of thia rolona will Inrartably b followed
by a warn appreciation of in great awnt, ana a aatir
to add It to th w 11 aelcc ted library, be It large or amall,
It a) a library Initaalf, tad will remain aa imperiaha
bit raoord of th learning tf It oemplicr.
- ' Jrom V14 OlndlnnaH Qmmoreial of AprH 80, '
Sen are nnwardt of a hundred thonaaad word wood.
bad and Indiflwent who Bultlfarloaa aaoanlnga aad
derlratlona, to gather with their correot apelllng and pro
anaoiatlon, ara tat clearly before th ere. Th work I
nnaaeettonably tat greatest Thtaaarat of KogUat Word
Ttr published. , .
from th Cl9lad Fiaindalr Spt, S, 1800.
Brldantlr Womoawram't Boraa QoaaTO DionoaaaT i
not only th lat, out th aatr toorA of th tend or at
mtd .andean by no poBtbtUty ruler by toeapar kw tr
aontaortrty, ' ! J -. . f - . I -
i from MtTWaJo-Slat of May . 1 '
At to raoiroaxiLattow. Woactrrta tt Ta trumtao
followed by oar beat anthora; la daanltiont ht Mar
nothing to be desired, aad In OtTBCBAnrr It la officWnt
to tJ that Woacama eaa be saely followed. . ,
j . ... INOHAOt Ac BBAGfle ";.
PDkUiheri, Boaktallora 4c 8tatlntr,
HO. m BUPKRI0R BT., CLBTBLANB, OHIO,
ui9-
I ... I .-r V: , i'.i, ; .Jr'.l
n .. .;.";-. ".
THE RITJTUAIi BENBFTT j
LtEE ISSURAKCE COllPANY,
J : . -.v; . .J i r.i .(,.
r j
DtTlA)atJttntirr 1,1881, 41 PwOtBt
A88BT8..-.;.;....;.V.V...r..'.i...v$JAi.M 50;
r-. CTiT
. I flUtmettt JTaaiattrr it i881"": c
ttUraca, pr statement Jan. 1st, 1800.
Boctlred for PramroBt dnr-"'
,3,400,M. 30
- tog id lear wu.,ujitu,uoj u i r.
Bocalred for Interest dndng . - . .. .
Bit year lo..... m.uit w
al1 tnfa n. aOT7 trfl U . . -,'
fld 0 lalms by Daath,$07l050 Ou ... ,
Wd Polleitt tnrrea. - --- -l"-
dered tl,lIIB9.o'i tl i '
Paid BaUrict, Post- ,, . , ....
ara, Tare,' - ' - - -chara.ato...u.
. IIJBSO 54, . ,;.t "l !";. .
Paid Camalaslon tt - , .- , ,,.,, r--; t,
Agenta ......... 30 " ' " .
PaM Phyitetajis' fee. 6,W 9 -f; ' "
Paid Aanaltr..u: 117 00
PaU DiTMond dur-
ypJ!
5 Bel
tb jcar .,..,.100,100 7J 583,091 03 - 411,078 li
Baianot .lankary fen. mi. 83H,"8 SO
giJrj.T A88BTB. : ,
Cash a hand........w...r tt,89M IB .
Bond and Mortgaica on Beat. -,,. ,, , .
1 Bateta. worth
obm th
B2BOUI loaoru. ......
. .,187,841 68
frunlum Bote, oav Palloiat.
u loroa, on ij orawmf o per
aant. lntert.. 1.270 rVU if f tV
Mai Bttaia..... , W.8M 7 : ijt .
IrtanaanBcrlp............. . B 44
IrtBlnma, Note and Oath, la
( toBrtt of tranrmiMioa.... 1l' 43,141 tS " "
total AjNtl..,. .,w.r.M. BAeiaVUB 10
TrStBfoncte to ftrot, (nrtn;......t8,48e6i
1,431 new Policial hart been kanud durtnf th year. -'
After a aartfal takahtroa of th preaant ralo of tht
tBtetaadlna) Polldatof tb CaBpaoy, aad hsrrtat; th
watsatarjf ewataiaal In reaarr UMraraa, tht Diraaten
hart declared a Pirnnora 01 to per oanu ta th Pnral
an paid at tha tabl rate, to all pollciea for Br in force,
lamed prior to Janaary 1, I860, payabta acoordinf to tha
preaant rule of tha Company. ''''
Bateafor all klndatf Lite tToattDpaeltt, PreapecV
aa, BBteBaatt, and AppllcaUona, will bt furnished
wrraDTcVAjtaa,at ttteiiUCt(AlawlM tht Qoav
? tot)' at. t. ATBBflOir. rraaMoni.
. f .?? . .' L. Oi GBOT BB, Viet f iMal.
lSJvq.lLKtt, aoretarr. ,, ,
J " : J'- M. 4 iahmoa
m ninrV -
JlarchSS. 1S61. .' ..v Mi-t.4MaBhi,0-
1a
TtMin
a.i vaare riLRO, r trerv e-ry.jo.
Ttlt 8t tINtt
tanRaeatUIMtUr, Bed at K ...air "M mm.
ia"litt 2. I'al ",
"1 au-1: 'it,--...., ,a iiMnM,-,,!
' . . .-, t, it
l b eivwa In tU.tite rartewa hrn.h- ij,- .1
I ' ChliortraTt Btlr r0, don tn the beafafT
' .K.ft ;. Z,llZUvuriri
a-ir-irUi,;i'.e,lt .1 j,.,,,
Scroftila; or King's Evil,
it a constitutional diaeaw, a corrtpHbA of the
blood, by which thi fluid become witiatecL
weak, and poor. - Bring; In the circulation, it
pormcfef the who! Body, and tnty burst ont
In dbease en ahy part of it. - No organ U free
from its attack, nor is there one Which ft may
not destroy. The tcTofulcruar taint it tarioutly
caused by mercurial disease1, low lirmjr, dis-'
ordered or unhealthy food,' impure air, filth
tnd filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
tbove all, by the venereal Infection.' What
ever be its origin, it Is "hereditary in the con.'
stitution, descending from parent to children
unto the third And fourth generation " indeed,
It seems to bt tho xod of Him Who inys, "I
will jVisit the iniqultiet 'of the fathers upon
tliciv cluljieit." : 1 . .'. ' .,' , ', .
Its effects, commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulceroui matter, which, in
tlie lung.., liver, and internal organs, it termed
tubercles ; in tlie glands,, swellings -n and on
the surface eruptions or scrres. , .This foul cor.
ruptlon, wjuch gtndert in (he blood, depress
tlie energies of life, sq that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from acrofulovs com
plaints, but tliry have far less power to withi.
stand the uttaclu f otliei diieaaeti conse
quently, vast, number .ptrish: by disorders
which, although not tcrofulous in their nature,
nrc tUl rendered fatal by: this taint in Ui
system. Most of tho consumption which de
cimates tlio human family has its origin direotly
in this tcrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseaaes of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed,. of all the organ, arise from or
are aggravated by the tame cause. ,
One quarter of all our people are tcrofuloui
tlicix persons are invaded by this lurking in
frction, and their health, it undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blorjd by kn alterative medicine, and in
vigorata . it by healthy food and exercise.
Such 4k medicine we supply in ''' ;
- AYER'S';-'"-'
Conipound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the' most effectual remedy whicn the medical
skill of our times can. devise for this every,
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedial that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system " from its ' destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also .those other affec
tions which arise from it,-tuch as Eiturrivs
and Skin Diseases,' 6t. Anthony' Fib a,
Rose, of Ehysipeias, ?iiiPT.?s, Pustules,
Blotchm; Bt.atns and Bon, Ttmons, TETTtit
and Salt Rnr.ii:, Scald Head, RiNowonu,
Rheumatism, SvvHiLlTicandMEiict'iiiAi. Dis-
r.AsjvT'n)i',3T, DvsPBrsiA, DEiitLiir, oidr1
uuleod, all Complaints akisino ritOM Vitia
ted oh JttvrBB HLoon. 'lTie popular belief
in ' impurity ofth blood " is founded in trath,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the btoodr The
particular purpose and Virtue of thia Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions, ' - ' -
i,' !A-ZEJR'S .''
Ague - Gnre,
, 1 (oa waa atreiDT-euaa or J
Intermittent Pevw, 'rvr Fsvir and Ague,
Remittent Fever, Chill Payer, Dumb
Agae, Periodical Ilradarhe, or Billon
Headache, and Billons Fevera, Indeed
for tha whole claaa crfdlaeaaet orlajlnat
Ins; In biliary derangement, canaed by
the Malaria tf Jlaaniatlo Conntrlvar
e are eriabled here to oOVr Ihe eommtmry a
remedy which, while it cure the tbove complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity; Bifr rertpny irforajutbl in district
where rrt'aflKngfliordei's prevail. Thi
"L'rnw"xrel thetnlttaiatro poison of Fever
ni Aour from the system, and prertnts the dt-
Telopment af tit diaeaaayif taken on th firit
oJSr
proachof itsprtmsnitorjr lymptomt. It it note
e,
IV
the best reTeedy ever- yet
ryu Bit
teovertd frr this cVtss
of complaints, but. also the cheapest.. The large
qtiantity rro supply for a dollar brings it within tht
roach of every body ; and in biliout districts, where
rat r.u arc AiiiK ur
have it and use it freely
AoCh prevails, every body should
both lor cure and protec-
Hon.,' A (treat superiority 0f this remedy over any
other ever discovered fur the speedy and certain
cure or Jntermittcnts is that it contains no Umnina
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious cHerts nhaterpr upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
ther bad never had the disease.
Fever and Agy it not alone the consequence oi
the miiiaanalio'poiaou. . A great variety of disor
ders arise from its. irritation, among which are
Kiwnlmn, Rheumatism, Omit, Ifmaache, Blind
nnt, loothiitht, linrnchf, Catarrh.Aithma, PuU
pitatimi. Viiivful AJfertion of the Sptren, Ihstrr
Ut, I'uiu til tlir bnwth, folic, i'arnhjtis and lit
ranirmrut uf tht Stomach, all of which, when
urit;iiiutiii iu this cause, put on the tufcmiitreiif
tiipt, or become periodical. This " Cl'ltu " expelt
the poison from the Mood, tnd consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrauta and persons, travelling or teuipotMrily
residino- in the malariout dlatricts. If taken ocsu-i
ionally or daily while exposed to tho infection,
mat win oe excretra iroui uta ayatcm, aim cannot
accumulate in sufficient q'uantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even tiore ralu.ililt for prbttc-
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittent if tliev avail themselves of the Drotection
this remedy affords. r
Prepated'by lVri i. C. ATSB e CO., Uwtll, atatt.1
BOBBBTB At BAlfTJBL. Oolujabaa.
And br Srurglita and Dealers aTsryvher. ,
BOTV.lrCi.tvaw
CA5ADIUI srmJJITATE3 KAIL
LONDONDERRY, GltASGOW.
Lirerpool, Montreal, Quebec,
I j - avivd . . :
1 TSTJH W, TOHK. 1
Tht Montreal Ocean Btaaaubrn OoanraaVs Brst -els at
.kll-poweradOlyde-tmtrl Bteaaarl (ail every Bat
ray from POBTLABD, oarrying th Canadian and
United Battel Mail tad lisiiugirt, , u,
lrOKWIQIAN, HOBTH AHIRI0AR,
BOBBMIAN, . ANQLO-SAZON,
HOBTH BRTTOIf, ; , - HIBBBNIAN,
OAHADIAM, M0TAB00T1A5.,
Shortest, Cheapen andQwickcatCwna
rey aarcw srvarn
AKKSZCA TO All XiXtt Of KTTKOrX.
Etot PhatBRW to Sarcrptt.
1 " sanri taeut ttcart
1 m awva , - . . x
Will tall fhrej UTBKPOOL aTorWlTaslBaaalaw,
and from QtJlFIO eyery Ba.ttirlay,ealllniat
LUHVUnVBttBI. to race IT oa board and land atallttad
nUaMawra 4ak Bwtfl Tamlaaul aa.A 41 -.at A "
m aavarcwaj. . , w mtmsk A vats Alf'atw tttUU frVVUMMKa
... njTae lieamar art built of Iron, In water-ugbt
empartBtnts, carry each an txptrtenced Bargeon, and
vary attention It paid to th comfort and aeoomaoda
Uon of patngrt. Altheyprooeeddlnet toLODOn.
ubbx, oi gieai nn sna aeiay or ailing at at. John
b) avoided.
leagow paasirnsrt tr reraltBtd with ran paaaaft
Uoksta to and from Londonderry.
" Betnra tickets granted at reduced rstas. "
0rttnoate taaaed rot eaiiyuig t and arlnrtngont psa
aracera trcaa all the prinelMl towaaatfvea Britain aod
Inland, at radaetd rate, by this line of steamers, and
ty toe wAatunuxun laaa 1
Of BAHJlla PA0KB18.
tearing Liverpool averf weak. ..x .- ; f : r J ?m;
Bla-ht rrnftB foi Xi mtpwarde pay
"able latlVinKlaBdtlreiaad, Scot-
latatti ar vrtuee t -. .
' f orpattte' erpty at the Bet BS tf HOAtJa
BAT, New Vork, and IS WAjfXJtt ST.,
i j -. lASrs AUUtU.-eeseral Igrnta, a
Otto-; a), n. ARMSTRONG 7
' aolO-lydA Pott Office, Coluaaaaa, Ohio.
. . Co-Ptutnenhlp.
IHATT? niS AIT AOlItlTTED JUT
tea IAMBS ADOCB BAItT aanartn la mv baal-
aaaa, Wttka wUl had after be aondnatad aautartba ana
tnaawa, .., - Pa BA1B. aw BOBia Miaa Bt.
OolaBba,feklJ,19lJU.-, , .03 WT."1-!' MarS
' J&1aXUaAJU.a , . , d
(IAH of TAalea'a rttebUthamBt, , Pieeftter
wora r;tiisbm5, ft, y)
Ii Basuteaabl Bbarln., I
ahtf, Otrllagand Drearhulilo
the New '
tiatr eattinw
aiooa, Baal Beat
rwi, araa aua.roa viDO .wnaa i
atliatrattea
1 - - -n ailiisanalaa all
Summer Arrangement.
Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
for Ciaoiiinati, LijtohhMy&l
; f ,: Till., s a a -..;;.ki JMll S,'i:
Through to Indianaooht wlthoat Change af Car
i and but Ont) Outtgeof parbetweTjn 'i,c
Four Trains Daily Corq'fcolumbu
"..'), '..(.', mmmimia ,'i.. -i
" it'-".: - FIRST TRAlI tr,-.kiz-
AOOOMMOBATIOW at K A.'n.. ttanln1 .t att ate,
Bon baa Columbus aad Olnatnaatl and Dayton, ar
rtVlnr at Olnclnnatl at 10 OS a. aa.. aad at Bantam at
o.iva.B.iConnMtujiatSarton for ImUaaapoll aa
tto wtt.: V : '
secotiiaii;;,:
Ma t VVABDia . Jni i J . , .
London, Charleston, Ocdarvllle, Zenla, Sprint Valley,
uorwu, rreapon, rort aocienv morrow ut.; Lebanon,
Fosttr's, Loreland and MIKord, arrrvtei ae-ClDriaoati
ovaiana ana BiHora, trtivtni as-uineisrnati
n Dayton at 9.45 p tt.bomtsratlnwwlta ta
llBlselpnl BallroaAfor LeuiavMle, By., Via
Iro, Bt. Lonu, NcwOrleaoe, etc,! at Dayton
asa.su p. m
Ohio tnd Mil
cannet, Cairo,
for Indlanaptlta, Lafkyette, Terre llaote, Chicago and
au rrcaiarn points. .,,'.: .1 iu '"i,
THIRD TRAINS; 1?;
MAIL at 9.10 n. m..atonnlnrat all atatiana bataaen
Oolombnt and Zenla, and at Bprlaf Valley, Corwin,
Morrow and Lovelaad, arriving tt Otnclnaatl at t. m.
"," ' . FOURTH TRAIN.', ' "'
NIOHT BIPBKdB. via Strtoa. at 12 00 midnlaht.
topping at London, Xante, Dayton, Ulddletowo and
Hamilton, arriving at GlnclnnaU at 5.S5 1. in.; at Pay
ton at B.SS. b. conneotlog st Olriclnnitl with tht
Ohio and HiMlmtpai Railroad lor LoalsaUto, tBMVUM),
Tlncennaa, Cairo, Bt. Lou la, Maaphit, Maw Urteaaa,
and all points Bouth and South-west; also, at Day ton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Ttrrt Haute, Chicago, etc
IT 'or further In form t (Ion tad Tbrongh Ticket.
tpply to at. L, DOIIERTV, Tlcktt Agent, Unien Depot,
Oolumbna,
. P. W. 8TBADIB.
no V
ilnoatl.
Qenertl Tlcktt Agent, Clncli
JN0.W.D0BBBTT,
1 ' Ageat, Oolumbna,
B. W. WOODWABD. . '
Bnperlatenderrt, CrnclnnaH.'
OWambus, July 14, 161'
RAILROADS. EAST.
RAILROADS. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO
RAILROADS. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND
RAILROADS. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
r
OONinCOTlNO AT BELLAIEB WITH TBB
BALTIMORE"! OHIO,
I , ASD AT.PITTBBUBQB WITH TBB , '
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
7 j ,BA TTiRQiV-T): '" "i
(j .. P0BM1N9TBJ :.in;c.l .
Shortest, Quickest & Moat Reliable
p j Route to all Eastern Citieal. ...
11 j li, y
, Train Leave Colnmbn a follow :. ': 1
. M0BNIHO KZPBIBB vn., l .n
Leave Columboa .3t A. at, rtnet TJnlon Dtpot. via
etiairt or Btenbeoville 1 arrives at Ballatrt, w.'Ai A.
M. Bteubanvllle, 13.80 P. At.; Pittebnrgb,3.40 P. H.;
HsiTtienrr. 1.10 A. at.r eta jlAantotsn. arrtree at Mew
Tork JOO Ak M.t via thiladohia. rttn at PkUel
uaipuia, a.wa. St., flew sola, jti.su a. ga.n vonoeoa
ate tt Harritbarg lor Baltlmora, aritvlngat J.4 A. M.
Bleejiig Cari, ttttched 'jto) tlilt lrin
rroia Do inmost, rua tiraotly throagh to Beiuir or
Pittsburgh without tbange: and Paastagtrt via Allen,
wwnamvt tanw loriaioa. v.,
ILTTWO H0TJB8 IS ADTAHOK OJ JfOKTffIRK
, LiNBB. . .
Thi Train alio connect at Bellaire with the
. I Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.- -
" ' ' PITTBBUBQB IIPBE83.'
Leaves Oolnmbua II 83 A. M.i from Union Depot, Tit
Stenbenvlllt; trrtve at Newark, 13.30 P. M.i Coshoc
ton. 8.13 P. M.t Btenbuvilte, P. M. Pittsburg, 8.40
P. it. ITpIbj h the only rant by which Pangr
1 letvt ciactnnau at 7 A. at., to tarateh u i
bnifb la daylight, without change of cart or delay
,1!
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PAST UNI.
Leave Colombo 8.13 P. M., iron Union Dtpot, via
Bellslre: arrives at Newark, 3.83 P. M.I Zantsvllle,
4 33 P. BT .1 Belial re.T .53 P. M.t Plttabarrb. 11.83 P.
M.t Hanrteburg, 8.00 A. M.t eta AUmtoten, arrtras
at New York, P. M.i (s PMMMphta. arrivaa
PhUadalphla, 1.10 P. M.; New York, 6 P. U, .Thl
Train also connect at llarrlsbnrg for Btltlmore, ar
rivtofat ir.Bt. - -a.
Thi Train run through to Ballalr or PUtabartwltfe-
ont chant of Cart; aad from pittebar that la .00
change of Cars to Philadelphia, or via A Han town to
w lork-lhut offering ' ' '
Tha only Route from Colutabu to Baltimore,
j I ruiiadeipma, or etj york, with only .;
j ;ooa change c.Cara,,!::...!-.
By thia Trala Paajweani arrive ia New Voik art
hoars In advance e tbe fiortbera Unea. , 11-::,,
Thi Train alio eonntcte at Be liaise with tht Baltlnwra
. ali. n - - '-
" . , ' '..'.11-:!. - 1 1 i: .! iJ UiW .1 '..
CTThla Rout la 30 anile) rjorte to Pittsburg,
1 anaimore man mu muee snorter tor
New York, than Northern Line. :r:
Bagptg-o Checked Huongl. to all im
;. . , 'pottint Polntf A8t.',';; ' !,,
! ASK IOR TICKJtli VIA ? .' '
. ' BELLAIRE OR 8TErjBENyiLLE,,.;r
.. ! 1 1 '.):. e 'i-.a 'i 1
Tlckete Cr)C ayer . either Uatite
1
JN0. W. BBOWN .
, Ota. Tiekat Agent Central Ohio K. B .'
.. ' ... . I. A. BUIOBUTBOH, ,
uid. Aiuaai Agaui ewuoauvnie ouurt uwa.
felt . .' - -
,iia.aaaB. aatr wvr aw natuin'.
V ' " V."'
as WWW l V'-?
. 1 .Vfuat
11 . . .a at a.,- .
T71111rti j3l. CaVlll
aGRIGULTUIUL wamhousb
i a jt tr l "i rtti'r ''-miO l
iti-.ji
maixb m
it' I .
GENERAL HARDWARE:
j . KAILA.OLABB, IABS, TuTtKOOBDAM, " , .
piatena Wao c willow Ware,
tthertad fefccwr Belttng, late Uasbar, Boa tad
king, ,j rQ f , ol-dly
C E W T W 19 A UN S 'TrBTmHIlfO
A OOOBI
Novtltlet la Ntok Ties tad Scarfs. -. 1 1
i- C5
" Bvroa and Garroto CoIItri.
j '' tabreiaerad roaat BatiMhitft f
1 Ptrlt Kid Glove, superior make. . . ... .,
Golden Bill ehtrta, Tariaetetyleei0 - -
Boya'OokteaBIU Bhirte, do s.rtrlj.-.Oisi tf.
J Driving and Street v love, do . , ' '
! Bemmad Poekel BaadkevehMb, rArloej kthe' '
: Half Boa and Under nrstante, " .
a'pHlS " '' - tVWfcfauJait. weitr
.SOMETHING!': NEWS
. I I- .. T"v ,.'."! )i, .u.',.av
OWARD & QO'
fALV AT NO. 83, leUTnUIGU BT'
m7 mm aiaitatti iirej vu atww !, w jwi,
; AMERICAN WATCHES,!
riannfac tared by . S0WABD Ac CO :' Boston: M,
Tbes Waatbaa ara far esparror to anythlsg mt eeend
an thai HaKIW. Wiaaatara. Uarlaa tha l.d u.
I can avail theat at price to sulijht tiaaa, .. j, bare joji
i.-.M , AMERICAN WATCHESfl vt,
ajawftotcM by Af MJTO 5i TB A CT, a. CO th,t
lotet 10 Tf"- v ; t a
j us i.'ir ni?:Kii. -non
-nvciit v ta 'jw aWll'
f J f 1 6 ,
vmiy, per year. .''vt,r.,.. .;...!.l.'.,..t 0
-M PI '
wsway.per Mr.v...iA.r.v.Mr... 3 1
Wakl, piyt:.,...M.s..,rt. I,,,
[From the London Times 26.]
The Trial of American Democratic
Institutions.
baa been Bald thu a strong' government
moananethiof; elte than a weak people, If
tuit ratxim a tracr. tha itaauumi. h,.,ih,t.
of the United State are Bow being lobjeoted to
al aBatarsr.aaa ataatm. ' IBT . I . v m "
- ar uaa eaiiea rorih degree
of publio tplril aod Of atuebmeot to the Unloa
highly oredtttble to repoWionn loyalty, bur It
ba mad erioa iaroade on th Integrity of the
republican form ol government Ever lince
th bonndarleaof th Constitution were traced
by It early louden, the wethnea of tha r.t.
ecaUve ha been guarded a the palladium of
Amertoaa iioeriy. .except a vast patronage,
fewr.ttf the prerogative by 'whloh monarch
make tbeir Dtrwnal Inflnenea fell vera eaatal
tn tbe chief magistrate. He was. Indeed, to ba
the most powerful of oUlient, bat hie atrength,
like thai of aotpUve giant, was to be exerted
Dbder the direotion of tha envl-n nmia -l
Short a was bit tenure of office, and atriogent
a were toe tecaritle exacted Tor bis good be
havior, bis ererv aot waa watnhoi with a mora
than Venetian Jealouty Europea obtervere,
itruck wlib lb htlpleunett and, roslgoiAoasea
o( the President Id time of peace, were tempted
to predict that he would become a mere cipher
In tlm of (edition or war, and tb vacillation
of Mr. Buchanan, when tbe itcesaton crisis po
corrtd, went far to confirm tbat impression.
Th last four month bar revealed to ns, and'
perbapito the Americans themeelve, tb falla
cy of inch anticipation. Th stability of tb
Federal Constltntlon baa been severely tried,
and It ha not come unscathed oat of tbe trial;
bat th damage (attained ha not been on the
tide of authority, but on that of liberty. The
tiwrtueruem wuum not oorrow our experience:
but they hare already booght their own, and
lea then half a year of civil war baa wrong
from thorn eonoeaeioD of principl that would
bar latitfled Lord North and George III.
They bav taken Dp arms for a political Idea,
bat wbo that has watched tb pace at wbicb or
ganic change bav been harried tbroago Con '
gross In a month session, would undertake to
say that tblt idea will long retain It identity,
or that the government which make peace will
bettsentially theeamea that which declared
war?
It is a nroof of Preaidpnt t.Wrvln'a t-nnaliuli.
of American character that he foresaw and "dlt-
connwa," to to (peak, tblt reaction at tbe earll
est moment.- The tuspenslon of tbe htbeai
cofpoa act, which haa so often jeopardized the
existence of English Cabinets, has been ratified
without any formidable opposition- Tbe seiz
ure of all the private telegram at the North
era etationa baa been hailed as an unexcep
tionable Bite of "smartnas.M flna ant aft,,.
another ha been pasted, almost by acclamation,
to atreagthea the hands ot the central govern
ment. - Tn extraordinary confidence reposed
In 0jrl MoClellan,and the summary powers
of military discipline, extending even to the
appointment of a Provost-Marshal in Washing
ton, with which be baa been armed, tetlfy to a
new sense of tb valne of subordination. Bat
a snu mor triklog, and wren oomlcal Illustra
tion af lb tame preTlling Kntlment, Is to be
foand In th language beld by one of our New
York eotemporarle. This journal, with a
"morbid craving fordlshonor" never paralleled
by th French pree in its most terrile days, in
tokae th (oppression by authority of dujeour
aging Intelligence from tbe sett of war. It
peak In a vein of lablim penitence of the
'unbridled license of oar Northern press, free
from tb wholetome ceniorabtp which keep
tbal at the South In doe -subordination to an
tborlty." W trust thi confession will not fall
Into th hand of Count Ptmlgny, or .ha-will
atrengthan bib apolocv for a liceuslntf avstem
with a mor modern authority than the aot of
oar Hanoverian klngir
How long will this fit of telf-reetralnt laatT
wiu tb UuionHtaof raa North tnbtnit kwbile,
at th ontaet of th war, to Mr. Lincoln, aa lb
Athenians submitted to Pericles, only to relapse
into their old impatience of allvindivldual as
cendency? Or aball we suppose that a deep
and permanent change haa ooma over tbe spirit
of American democracy, as observed by De
Tocquevilie, and tbat tha terrible advance of
nclrsrsal cqnaUlly',iB tha midst of the mine
which -It haa made." haa at Ion Mh ma arilh a
obeckf Ar we to reoognlx la the presenteri.
tit on of Ahot rvaadolimtaterioe la too histo
ry of nations during whieh ta .rmrrecil of life
eomettme tetm ta ehift it ahannel and to
bow more equitably for th inttret . Or, 'again,
discarding all metaphor- and argument from
Analogy, ihall wo yield t tha totpicioa that th
Umt predicUd By Lord MnCanl-rr. wkan tr,
Jeffereoniaa polloyr aheald break down nnder
in pressure of Astra aaa. ditoonttat, aa .al
ready oreruken Ajnerioa, and roarred tb craaA
aparuacMit waioo ) WM . aoaV3uA.mr befOT
th world; For cor own part, are ara not dir.
posed to adopt ton hastily, any of these bypoth
ete.. Xbt eonrto-oi ovule in. America haa
Bitnerto diseoaoertad,' DoALragna. ooajaotar
only, bat eober oalcalatlon.r No ont thought
that tb North waa ia earnest abont going, to
war, but they toon pledged Ihtmtelvw too deep-
im ,A a,BAA. a A . . . .
' aim we ttrvut intBmcuuo, wnitn
wa to break tut opoa iha ret iavamoa of th
ooainera oll, ha arrver yet ukart place. .. Th
party aiNentiona of tha avorth. (eeraed ineura
ble, and f robably ao man in Amarioa beileyed
tnatvemoorau and Republicans would rally
round Mr, Liaeolm tqf raranga tb iatulta to
rtoerai property. : Aa foe rat armamanta and
regnUf warbka eeUaatea, it , waa agalnrt ail
probability tbat a praoticel and commercial rta-
iioB.woaia ver endare tbtm. Every on of
toon uppauuaa. oSB area tne reaaonahlaraa
anmpuoa that a reveree would wound . Amtri.
Ban vanity to tb qnlok, and rait a clamor for
vtogeano throughout th North, bar proved
to be nafonndad. . Warned , by thi lanon cw
ara not rata enough la- fram aay bypochetri
coDcecriiig $b rrado erblt ef a TransaOlaatlo
revolntion. Th latt return of tha imnorta of
New York tkow deplorabi etat of aojaai aroa.
bttt W aannot ere tend to ear Altai taia will k.ra
any tfftct ia atevine the rrorraaa of tha
w a sear ot waava ana pecaiatlon ia th milita
ry tviagusamaut ao CT at that each soldier mate
the Pnltod, But twloa . aa much at oar own,
uu ween twwtoer a great oeai more; of a
total exptoditaraoi ana mUUon dallara rua rfl.ra ,
ef frequent drtum, and af mach iU-fealiag
svvwoao , tBo two oraaoiet m in army. . Mat
the kdreoau f paao oan tearoely gat a hearing,
and, judging of tha future by tbe preoent, It will
aot turpi iae St U w Uv ta bear oar oeeaiiit
boaatiog that their Sadgete aro tha moat xor
bltant and their National Debt th blggett and
th moat rapid of irrowth la ereation.
Important Correspondence between
Prince Gortschakoff and Baron De
Prince Gortschakoff and Baron De Stoeckl.
-1 Th Rnteltn MlnltUr. M. DeStociil. had in
auuieuoe ut ue s icuiuBt on oaiuroay, ana
reau tu Hint jusj loiiuwicg mtpaven Sj . ., u
PRINCE GORTSCHAKOFF TO BARON DE STOECKL.
ST. PETERSBURG, July 10, 1861.
Af. V StKtkU it... tier, tit. i ' ' . " '"'"' ' u
i' Sta From th beelnnlnc of the eoeflirit wnlrh
divide lb United State of America yon bar
beea dtttred to tnak known to tb Federal
Oorarnmeat tb deep Interttt with which oar
aagatt muter was obeerrkig tb development
of a orl.it whlon puts In question tb prosperity
uuv eim taw waiatenow or tne VOIOTi, 100
Emperor profoundly regret to eee that the hope
oi a paooeiDt- eolation ia not realised, end that
American clvisto alreadv In arm ara readv to
let loot apon their eoantry lb moot formidable
of th ecourgea of political odty a civil war.
vnyraortinag eigntyyeara tnat it na existed
the American Onion ow It Independence, It
tcuferrog rite and Its proreat, to tb eonoord of
It) - mtmoert, contact ted aodtf th aniplce
o na tllaetriOe foamier, by institution which
ntro weB am to reconcile- the union with
liberty, , Thi Uplon k8 been faithful. .It
!ka. WIW; f, lb. ik) the; PfKVt
'.i.5-!tta
I ll IV;
prosperity 1
bletory. II
wunout examnle in tha ann.ia r
istory. It would be denIorablaT that. aO
ao toneluBiv an experience, th United State
abonld b hurried into a breach of tha toltmn
oompaot, waion, np to thi time, bat made their
power. . In spite bf the diveraitv of thuir oon
atltations and of their Interests, and perhaps
vu- uwauaw 01 aaeir- girernty, t rort dee o
teem to. org them, to draw alnur tha t earll.
tional bond whioh is tbeJbaalt of tb very con
dition of tbeir political existence.1 In any
event, the sacrifice which they might impote
apon themselves to maintain it ar beyond com-
rariton who loose wnion aistointloa would bring
after It .United, tbe; perfect themselves;
IsoUted, they are ' paralyzed. ' The straggle
which unhtppily bt jast arisen oan neither be
inaenniteiy . prolonged no. lead f to th total
destruction of one oi tbe parties. Sooner or
later it will be necessary to oome to some set
tlement, whatever It may be, which nay eaute
tb divergent Interest now actually ia oonfiict
to CO exist, ..The American nation would then
give a proof of high political wisdom in seek
ing In common, such a settlement before a use
lens : effusion ef blood, a barren aouanderlne
of atrength and of pubUo Vichea, aad acta of
vtoieooe ana reciprocal repriaal shall have
oome to deepen an abyss between the two pur
ties of tbe Confederation, to end definitely In
tbeir mutual exhaustion, and in the ruin, per.
bapt irreparable, of tbeir oommerolal and po
litical power.. Our angnst master cannot re
sign himself to admit such deplorabi anticipa
tions.' His Imperial ' Majesty still places nit
confidence lo tbat twaotleal rood tanaaof aha
citizen of th Union who appreciate so jndr-.
oloualy . tbeir true Interests, ill Majesty Is
happy to believe that tbe member of the Fed
eral Government, and tb 'loflaentll'mo of
th two parties, will leiae all eoatlon and will
unit all their efforts to calm th effervescence
of th passion. There ar no interest so di
vergent tbat It may not be possible to reconcile
them by laboring to that end with seal and
persevereoce. In a spirit of juttioe and modera-
tlon. , . ....
If, within the limits of your friendly telttlons.
yonr language and your ooansela may eootrib-
ot to tnu result, you will ret pond, eir to th
Intention ef hi Majetty th Emperor la devot
ing U this the personal influence which yeu may'
have been able to acquire during your long tet-
laeooe at weaning ton, and tbe consideration
which belong to your charaoter, aa tha repre
tentative of a sovereign, animated by the most
friendly sentiments toward tbe American Union.
Tula Union Is not simply In our eyes an element
essential to tb universal political equilibrium;
It constitutes besides nation to whioh our
august matter and all Russia have pledged tb
mott friendly Interest for th two countries,
placed at the extremities of the two worlds.
Both In tbe ascending period of their develop
ment appeal called e a natural community 01
Interests and of , sympathies, of , whioh they
have already given mutual proofs to each other.
I do not wish here to approach aay of tbe anee-
tlon which divide th United 8iAee -. We ere
not called upon to express ourselves In this eon
test. 1 be preceding considerations nave no
other object than to atteet tbe lively solicitude
of tba Emperor la the preeeace of tha dangers
which menaoe tho American Union, and the
sincere wishes tbat hi Majesty entertains for
tht maintenance of that great wotk, Bo labor
loasly raised, and which appeared ao rich In it
fntar. -' ll is in thi aenae, air, that I deain
yon to express yourself, a vail to the members
of the General Government, aa to the influential
persona whom you may meet, giving' them tbe
assurances- in at in every event tho-American
nation may count npon tha most cordial sympa
thy on the part of our angnst matter daring the
important crisis which it is patting through at
present. " "" -
Receive, tir, th expression of my very deep
eoMideratioB-?, .j. . Gobtacbiof.
' Tb Secretary af State baa delivered to- tt.
8tockl tb following acknowledgment: , , :.
MR. SEWARD TO M. STOECKL.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE,
WASHINGTON, Sept. 7, 1861.
Tbe Secretary of Stat ot tha United Statet
is Authorised by tb rreaident to xnrH to M
uebtoecBi, tnvoy extraordinary ana minister
Plenipotentiary ef his Majesty tbe Emptror of
ttuiiia. nit croiouna sense ot tn noerai.
friendly and magnanimou sentiments of his
Majesty on tb aubjeot of tha Internal differ
encea which for. a time have seemed to ihrtat-
en the American Union, aa ther are communi
cated In the instructions from Prince Gortacba-
kotf to M. DeStoeckl, and by him read by bis
Majesty's direction to the Prealdent of the Uni
ted State and , the Secretary of State. M.
DeStoeckl will exprei to bit Government tbe
satisfaction with which the Government regards
mis new gsaraniy 01 a frvenrunip Between, tn
two ooontriee which had Ice beginning with tb
national existence or tb United State.-. The
Secretary of 8tate offer to M, DeStoeckl re
newed assurances or hit blghoonsideratiDn. J
M. ED. DESTOECKL, etc., etc.
;i.;M.;TOiMs;te):
rrjjnt Btreet, Between Bute) and Town.
npHB OLDv OA it BIAS A.
A. Buor la sun running, and although C
th nreasur of late year haa eat heavily I
apon aer iwnafng gears, be la tll tare- Wl f ' ""
Bt ont those snlendld PH JITONB. ROCKAWAtB. aad
PBIMOB ALBBBT'S BHIfTINel TOPS and BO-TOP
BUOGLBB. CA&RIAaKS, BKPBK88, BKBLBTOn,
DIMO0BAT and GBOCBBT WA00B8, SMALL OMNI
B0BBB sad BAOaa.- Twenta vtewetoadx maaafaa
ruling haa given ont work wide-tperad .reputation
throngh the Booth aod Wert. '- f 1 '-- 1
Wt uaraior aeaa 11 antMoetsary to tap any thing mora
In regard to th
loauty ot onr won. wewaJUtairr
war vaavu.
anatatKi&o.
f can stU eooB-ToT-Boeau (rot
Daalars can ba tarnished wltK an amount of work at
hart notice, and Mprloat Voerar tiau aan be kocgbt any
woare ia we neat, aeoosu saTO aroggie ataan in tx
ohanre for new work. .
lLrBeaalrlna don neatlv and at short notlc. f ao
err on rront. D;wn bom ana Town stream, uoianv
bus, Ohtoct -1 - i.--f -. ) 1' -,.
ILtAU eomaaaleaUont will receive prompt attention,
ag. at-wip .
. M. WILUAMB to O-
ill . P .Hniil iil
HDNNEWEIiL'S
...J
-'j.-atr
I I v- t, , TL'JC94
UNIVEHSAL "
.J .tr. S'TtJ ...
n COUGH REMEDY.
1: i 1.1 ,
iU 10 1 ::! b - '.iiW ,t
tot all Throat tnd lose Complaint,; tneladna, wtth
oat perfect raeulta, WbOokm 0ooa, Dnoina as
CoautOB tiuiaaa, jwoaanaa aaa xsamavr voarjuarra,
a I wars fore runners of Oonsnmptioa. Aa a Bootsuw
Svaor It haa a superior, freed froan all Opiate or
Baetie proMrttea, Bay bt need by saott dellealaooostlf
tBUona, aaa wits penen oonuaeno. ,
ir'ciaiiiA
J T0LU ANODYNE.
Tw daatvtrr iBaromai Oruva vv efered te the-!
Wttld, containing not a partiokj ef Opium, aor aay mt
atano rat 11 atricuy veaetaoi ana medical uroperneo.
A ewe Bemedy for Bacauau, BaaoaukTraa, ttoor,
Too-ra anB Baa Aoam, CaTaaaa, Boea ea Bar Pavsx,
and aU minor nervous Complaints.
Fob Loos oe Surir, and Headache ta an ta rarteties.
K has no aqoal, and (awbic yaott fadoaated testaoal
Boa Daxatarsf Vwrattat H lea tVtt traaidy.iT
tea Bewt. Ocetrutirra, aflat 1 eta s lue tht pant tt aaa
as a phyito, a most Uaportant oootrsst with tha eoastlptr
toryeireet of OrlumrT ; 1 "Sj.i"- .
ra PhTiteburs. Peraata snd Trtel BerHel Will be eaa t.
and to Dealer ar Invalid a daawiptl aaeaptls wdtaant
"poatara-stamp." ; 1 ' H t . " v !
, prepared ander tt tpecttl npervhlon of
'- 1 JOftTf p. HtTNfl'BwEadtl-' "1'
''; to ICmmerflaT hArvBrrttoB'(TUa
' To whoa pleas direst llaaaaaultalluay, -'nnliq
'. .' ' 'v' Tola ABOdyn,' " vv$ -n " .. ai
Par at I by K aroa) waclaaai sad tstell taaJara,
tverywbere. ,..,5 ' 1 itr a t, i t t ) ",0'
BLDBBBTta DaUn, T ,. ST. B. WARPB ,
. JOBS R. COOK, , , , A". M. PIINIO:1 '
. DBNlOa, BONB. it. J. 8QBTTJBLLBH A BOW,
' Btalr.wlS'i fmji tdfantefea Oolaateat. OeJe.1
' J. ":, 1,. ifi' '! lf T ' ' 1 ,.''!,-
OlfN P.TI, dlfJOBOPIB TASSfAJtD
1 t rtA rv -1 d 1 - a a
'icW'-'c .e.-eB
ua !ksoa t j
UiAf ol;c:ui,!.';.irfifliaiT
t
ittl
JTONE'S BA2AARJ'-rV)
-tSTo. 4 iGwvnno i Blx.
4. I. ST0HE-& O'HARRA
fbri.I!(.MkM
thi market. Th Bourn. toosarlram .ignt 10
of the grain crop, he. no't batnnrclua, SI".?
MlqnaoUty of rich goods, and th a fas 1 hr , k .
Importers to tell thVat publto aniu ,V.? "
aSTM
lrhlw
ELEGANT DRESS SILK. '
1 enpeTtr. BAT a lay trnf M
BROCHEVAIENCIAS,
1 ., fR'NTED MERINOS, .
' PRINTED C0BURG3,
nVlfri rnnfica .
'3
BLACK ALPACAS, .,.,. '
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
i r.: -w o-fOLfTN, PRINTS, '
..i itm .v rPEtAlNES.
to
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
'ive Thausaha. DpIIaraJ. Wp'rtr
w uaui iu ' vuo way, v. -i 1 1
LADIES FURS,
ti'rmmm' t"v .
HOSIERY-DEPARTMENT.
M,f,',,1!?.l" "4 Children's Under'Bblrte nd Drawtrs;
Ladle. Mlaj and OMMrea'e Uestery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool: flaasr Liud .,i n.i,.oi....
t tvery oak.' - r- f .
l . ALIO I'
A oemplete assortment of all thn nsnal aapl.
tletOf T'.t.i
LADIES' CLOTHsTt; '!
I CASSIMEREST-"--' 'JTT'.
a . OVERCOATINGS,
FLANNELS, ' --"wll hi TWEEDS,
j RIBBONS,-. - .
' ' ,:17 ERESTRJMMINGS,
Ladiei and Gent ' Linen Cambrio Hand-
:l kercniea, tto., &o.: o
To nersonswha call nn na. mm ..
show them the Unrest, best and chaana., .i,i, ..r n,.,.
JT t!in ',n lnrfcet-0 W.tnetB oua dollar par
UVU BtUllW IVUKIDg.
oaci-ouatawitw. ...BIONBt O'HABHA.
MFVi
ARRIVALS
, Summer . Millinery
1 1
Spring &
The afni T?arlonliihod
DATT.Yir. :
jratura
LATEST IirfPORTATIIN.4tr
NEw5i)lK."'a
mt stock op .-r
Spring 8c Summer Millinery" '
. J now compute, comprising every variety of Milln- - .
try; also, a large usortment of Embroideries. Boslerv
aad Hbllon, fco;, and In qatntitlet and prlcei that cad-'
noi ran to suit all who may favor ut wlihaesll. Tht
goods hav been bought t Panic prices, and will ne soli
atitmtn advance on cost. "
;'; -;s MILLIHEB Y
Miaa M. E. YOUNG.late of New York C lt, -, "
will enperlntend th MUllnary' DeparttnanU Bar long '
eerpenence in tbe mott Vuhionabla Xitabllshment In
Broadway wMl alon be a warranty that the will be able
to ite entire satisfaction In nutter of teste to all wba
may favor her with their order. " - :
Tjh Ltdles of Columbus tnd vicinity will r-teaa s
etpt my itntcrt thanks for thlr liberal patronag, and
X Would respectfnlly solicit a continuance of the same.
i r. h; ware,
6S fait Town Ht., Colnmbue, t.
wVImiSWIlSC!
rsicxs BXBUCZS
- laivu wa flaw aora ucaerver.l tr
As all parties mtnufactnrlog Bewlng Machines are ob
liged 10 pay Br. Howe a license on aaoh marhina aalrf.
, r . . A. .
and ar a ro compelled to make 'return, to him, nnder -oath,
as to th number oM, hi book gfv a eorrecttta ta
rn ent. from thia reliable sourae we have obtained the
following itetatio.. Of the machinal made to the year .
1839, there were sold, . .
I "By tTheeler At. "Wlltori ,V. : i .'.oi.SfJS H -li-ij
I. at. SiEger At 0o.,....,.. W.8M . zl i'.
u I . . i Orovtr, fc Baktrv.. lOto; r
thowtn tha aalea of 'Wheafer at WM in aa-' AmkI 1
ttoa of aay otlw Company.'' . c t
4 Awarded tht highttt pramtua-at th . . . - v.. -
I united Htate fairs of 1858,1869 and I860;
Oi i. .. i.'.-ioa tb
B. "Bv S IS II I -if - v.V u , :--.tt, rrm, mm
I 1, ' VIMW L. .nil VI acov ana loov; .....
I and at nearly tilth Oouoty Pairs In the SUit.' -f
0rprtos,fcl tha tote teduooM, ara at t Atony
look Uch BuwalD now told, and but a tiifle higher than
tht tafiirtor two thrtad chain tftcA maehintt, how "
ft) road a roe tbeaaarket ? t cl ..1 t ,
Tbe WBBBLBB Jt V7ILB0K HA0HIHB makes th , ,
Loc tiniB the oa ry one which cannot be raveled.- ft ' s
! Attn M Mara Slixanf lha eaoda. laawin. mm mULtm mm . ,
v nt.:. lui.K.i . ,Qtn 1 m.
thminontht 'undor.tid. ' -t.-.--- ,w
- AUntaoh mar-amttd 1 tara.'ioM fsttw tnW -
giveo la their use, fraa of oharre,
1 - - IT nil .wv a, ti .v M . . . 1 ... C V.
I vim.n,vft niga B(., volumDUS, t.
! ' o r l i r.-:.:. WaL BUaUIBB sk OO..: ,r-- .
wdanfcwflm Plke't Opera Bonn, Cinotnnatl.
STtlUva OHITTKIDM. : i l BrttJlT ? OmtTlilBril
& Kt HJT.CMITTrMPieitl 1
- " a ay tf IMIB Baa rat fl Wl
J j -ttijiii l ATTOBNXT AT LAW.-' I
: i.r. .
"IO Ometo, t80 Brtwdwty Hew-- Tori Crtv.'
an
Eaaatatr Btraanaa, Colambta, Oalew . v 1 c f. c
iICrefoJattenUoBpaUlto.OolliUj)at. ,,
ftHl8;s0ai , , f
3 j;:Ba!tuia6fe' aoiK'flpDse. l;
rxa'3s cer rii-trivi :
ll i -i"t,.'AC1T,tIM waoteaau aaaxm IB
READY-MADE CLOTHING
i ! M&m W,- ltimorfMtreetvj t
ubsbtt ar mrwaitB.y m-'-H
I
c ra; ; ck
.BAtdTiirioRiti rnu
a I .Jd) -w i
A laug AstortBtanl
n Him tn I . j .::
ot Pleo and rarnUkiui ,
1
Oooda ConsUBtly a Bead
v P.'
OctSOJly
EAGLE
B'S'WORKS
Bpt-lug t wafejta";",'Xt''
f;j,ii- ')' I'm e ! J A 1
"i Corner Bpriua-'
mm ' JT m.-U'-t '- . 'J '! ' W. .-".'
?.!" A O'TTTWTfl'f'fa . . v
It. rmTVI I "" vt .;.(
Xi Btnaractarert of Bras aad Oiwpeltloa OafaaaWt ,
. ' . r'..l-.-. Uwrnm, Vrm .1 .it T... . . ..
it Tsaaa-li.rLit.a '
I
awttVS Hvua
Electro mitlLMzminill
STENCIJUCUTINCgtVC
febl TJl-dly
:ilio0 irc.:J
hlrnttit. ci oaks ANn hAsqiKfa'
O ltW snir-3-Ual & ten, No., u B utb. '
fllgtr street, bevejeei opened Be stvtrl of Oumi Cia
or uea-evaaqajias an , u,i m tb nrw.-ii ta '
etyiii-.aaaBerw t ait, kuark i Aiaita
' tJSva.U'rw noIn'J tsm ;:fsi t:S .!

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