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(Ohixt Statesman
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DilLT, TBI-WEEZLY AM) WEEKLY
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MANYPENNY & MILLER,
f UBtjBHl Bl ! AHD PROPBIRTOBI,
i a.
GT (HSm Bos. M; IS nA 40, Vorta High Bt
ii, IRRMB INVARIABLY IK ADTAN01. '
r ma kmiH, por woea, tents.
M.Weekiy . . . . 8 00 permr,
riiu ol Adrertiiinir by tb Sqare
On iqdr 3 wki..f4 00
On twMki.. 8 00
On " 1 ntk... 1 n
On " II moLtbi 18 00
3m
month! IS 00
0n .
Ob
On
Imonthi 10 00
. montbt 8 00
" ' 1 month. I 00
On ' Saayi... 1 00
On " dy... , 7S
On ' 1 inwrUon SO
Dlfplyed i4TrMmioU half nor thn to abor
AlTetHwmenU leaded ni nlicd In th oaloisn t
tlMcttl Notloei," kmbUth ordinary roU: .
All aottMt nqalrea to b pnblUhed by Uw, lonalntM.
" vu lueiniiasfGiaiiTeijkiur tbBrttwek
Pr ctnl, mor Unn tb abor ru but U Meh wll
Bunnell Crd, not xodlng nr llnei, pr jtmut, In
lid, SSOprUniutild4, -i .
Yv.,vra" uii(,saviwvioMui,nroompuif
hi., luir price. .
au trantitnt admrtUtmmU ml bt paid or im
iMHiM. ; TSs ral will not be TUied from;
Weekl, mi price M th Dllr, where th adTertlMf
oi in. wwrnjuoo. where lie Del If laid Weekly
re both need, then the eharg lef thl Wekl will b
ellUie imtecof th Dtlly
KvaurenieenMnt tuen except for definite period
BUSINESS CARDS.
a ii. F. ' A-. B. SIMXDfS, ' . :-'4' .
Attornoy at Xjiiw
4 ANff NOTARY PUBLIC. '.
OaaeABbat BaiKMnf, oppoelt Oepltol Bqaar.'
, ' fKLUlU3CB,0HI0)
-A.- OJEHJOXlKTia,
Attotaey - & Counsellor at Law,
MABION. OHIO. v; ' "
MacmnMannfactnnngCompanj
AROTuOTUUM Of "-
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Railroad. "SWoirlx.
or ritr DuaumoN.
n coiiuramiB, onio,
0HA8. AMB08, Bsp't. , . t. AMBOd. Tree.
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Omtlln with th PirTBBUHOH, II.
WATRI As CDI0AOO BAILB0AD
ibr PUMwrgh, PhUotUlpkta and Balllmort. Alto
for Fori Wayno and Chicago.
Connecting tt CleTelud with th LAKI gHOEl RAIL
ROAD -
roruonlilrlc, nmui, Albanr. IIo-
"iimmw Ktrk.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
KCIPt BtTHDAV .
Iron Oolnmboe, la anneotloa with TreJneon th
LIIXLE FIIAITII AND COITJUBCTS
AnuUkAIA MAI LHOA 1S.
WlUt TRAIN, - . ;
Niant KIPEX38LeTe Oolnmboe t 10 A.'lf ;
will leT MMnien at all atatlona aanth nf Gallnn.
top at Dllawara. Asblty, Cardinn ton udOlleexl, and
a aiieutuona norm oi uaiioo, anrtTlDt at Cleveland
att:0WA. Donelrk 1:00 V. at., Bull 4 S5P. U.
Albany l.M A. At., New York 8:31 A. at., Boeton 940
lf..";,.PUUb",h,Tl OrMtlln S:80 P. M , Fhlladel
hla lltt A. At. Chicago Tia OraMllM at 7l P. al.
f . . ' at vnnut e w-w
HSU TURK SXrREBs Leave Cotambo al 11:10
a. m. mil eup nwwii centre, (for Wbiu Bulphai
prtnge), Pel.ware, Oardlngton, Gallon, Oraatline, Shel
by, New London, - Wellington and Oraftoo, arrlT at
Clerelaod at 8:33 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:5U p. m. BuK
bla, lliM p. a,.; Albany, 8:43. m.; New Yoik, 1 45
S. m.; aVflon, 4:40 p. m. Thl Train eonneotaU Bheb
y for landuiky, and at Qiaflon for Toledo. arrlTlnc at
Toledo at 0:40 p. a.
i!':
!
HAIL AN9 AOOOMa(0DATl0K LetTei fltflambai
at . p. a. Will eu at all afaTlnnroath of
Bbelby, and at New London, Wellington, Oraftoo,
and Berea; arrlrlng at Cleveland at 8:30 p. a.; Dun
Wrk, ;00 a. m . But alo, ISO a . m. j Albany, 8 :S10 p. m.i
BewtorlL. 7 p. .! Jteaton, 11:45 p.m.) Plltaburgb,
wta 0reeUlna.ai 11:33 p. m., Philadelphia, 1:00 p. .,
Cblcag a, a CreetlliM, :4J a. m. Ihle Train eonneoti
at Bbelby fur Baadueky aad Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:33 p. m. , , i .:...
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all
Kight Trains to Chicago, Sew
,' ,'York and Boeton. -
laggafft CsM TKrougX to h'na Tori and Bottom
fa) Umktnd; alto, to PMlaitlpMa and
-rVwaw ibrttla Ortttlint. ;
; a 1 HI Hll TBI IKT
, -. fj B, ET URN I NO.
Right tipreee arriree at Oolnmboe at. ..11:11 P.'kt.
yineuaaan axpr arrrre at Colombo at 10:30 A. at.
A
Matioaltipreai arrtTMat Coiambui at 7:50
1. M
r l i :
rM mm k.xr tr avar titer Rente.
A' m ai...--
aAiff 199 jcet$ tt vretUnetr UUvtUnd. ,
' :, ' .' f uht, .';!.'
' Superintendent, ClerelanA, Ohio,
V-., V, JAMM PATISBBOM, Aieat, i ;i
. . U .o.. i .':i"Ceo,0hlt.
Cclaabue, 7un 17, 1861., ; i -...p , ,
Jut Betelndl
nr. CH GREEN ana BLACK
TEAS 10O ban prim Rl Cone. -
100
1 SO poaketa old Sana Aonrnanl Jan Coffee.
7Baafiwyio)uonee. -s . . r h , ...
tOObble. itMdard Whit lagan, oailit!n el Pew.
tred.Chraahed, flranulaeed A anl B Oorfe.
CO ewtatale fleorge Bank OadBab.
lOO or. bo do "da., ,- fti ---nj .',-r
iw m vigara, eurereni sraaai ana grade. .
n .. Wat.AtcDOIALD,
And Blank-Book1 ITaauftintTireri ' "'
voith biqh mxsftjjavK OHIO
3mr :
TEXA1N EV
RECK HE9
Joatopeaedby '
ft.'Ujr.i rt r.'J He. 19 South Blgh (treat.
M'.T it.. (-
MBit 'UOOr...KIU.T.
t Kelt B0CTB1 WflH lt ilif.H
Have luat reoetred a new akYot1 B0OP XIB.TB
lakmedla aaaotar eupdrtot asp yt la kreilaoed
aw .... ,ii Pt ,.') fl lir a pan
DURABILIT Y. AS ft CRACirULITESS.;
pah O. ,id ' ...
-'!T.-dllill.'l,.K
WORCESTER'S
R0Y4L QUARTO DICTIONAKT.
nmlatt-ni'lilrf,.tTha Beit.
Aao vneapoit otai tnt) Beit,
maw nut BeUtU Stamdlavrd A-
thoritr of th Encllah Lmngnrng .
" 5 BunSr! Mmtnmt Siuoaton of Ohio,
"THB BB8T INOtlBB M0TI0HAKX. BXTASI."
; ,i e retry ittn Aaryviere
."Dei arenpwardaof a Bndnd Thomeand Wofdt.
Whoa mnlufarloni meanlnra mii ilwlMtinM. kMii
wtiw epeiunf, aoa pronaneiauoii an OJ early
eet before the ee.'' . ,
ad f A DtcUlon of tlic ifmlirt of iKo OMo BtaU
joaMtro AMOoUHon.
, Th. onderilgned, memhera of th Ohl Stat Taohra
aanciaiion. adODt ant aim to naa In UaehlM. wrltlni
9d apeaklne. tha arthnr.iih .nil hMfinM.tAfi
oroeater'a koeal Oturta nitim. ..a M m
dlally reoomoend It ai th moet reliable itandard a-
luoruy oi in milieu langaai, a u la aow wrtttea and
wyvmw , i , . . it ,
Lorim AWDEnra. Pnaidant bTmivah nll. '- '
D. Loon-r, Baperlntondent laneeTllle School.
J w. MaaTar, sap'i aiajelloB union Bcnoole.
M. I. OowDaaT, Snp't Pnblta tohoola, Banduki,
JOHK LYMal. Sun', Pnhlla Bnka.1. ml.lU
B. M. BaarwD, Principal 0 lore lead female Semlna-
. ... , ..
Wat. IfrreamLL lmi wntiiu ouk.i. hi n.i-'
r w m wvonavf mm wiaawuw
tlOHIf OflDKM. PlHnAlnall flfmlA atUkiul UUaa,
ou. r,
Otrw Nana, Prinolpal fourth Intermedtat School,
vihviuubUi
Mtih. Bap't Canton TTnlon lehool.
Knwia Baaut, Principal HoNeely Normal School.
KM T. Tarraw, Prof. Matheautloa, Ohio UnlTriltr
WM. W. IhuIU. Ktn'l Ttn Fnlm BXinol. '.
A, 0. Homaa. Prlnslnal WaH Hlh lwt. Um1
laad i r:- :
B. A. HITM. Aameeuta Prlnrlnal Bl.h BrhasL fltM.
mi
Tubodom BmuM, Prinolpal High School, 01m
laid.' ' -
HtmleTow, Prlndpat Otereland Inttltnte. "
J. A. OaiFiaxD. Prealdent 4 Steotk Iaantata. Hi
ram. . , . . ... t . .
rjniTr,irf. r--. .1
rtki U' Bm0nimlalonarof Ooamoi Bch!,
Jaaaa Hontot, prof. Khetorlo, Oberlln Collate.
TBO. HlLL. PraaliUnt AntlMh AnlUn.
SctooM) ten T"0A,lT Fro' 4maHo, High
B. u. atniiiiiiM Wm. T .nmkM irtak eua.i
B. at. tUaata.Bun't Union Sckiula.Aihlaid.
ifbrw (Aim Sim BvmArtA. alr PrtAtmtm n fkJU.
ft, Proftuori, Author and JHttingvUUd Iduca-
wry, xv4 enowraaa tM aoovt untlmml.
ESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
W Alirrra OoLLlaa. "'It la tnl a maralflaant work.
n honor to the author, the publlitora, and the whole
rnaratni Anarewe.
Ollie WaaLaraa TJwrnBarrTt ann.fl. , .mMlk
ttode. It will be ay gnWe In erthorraphy and pronun
ciation, and will often be eonaalted by ae for It neat
and accural deflnlUona," Preeident Thoapaoa.i
yt. R. IctatTnoOoun. "Heretofore we have need
"mweraortnofiepny. At reoact meeting of our
Pnonlty.it waa decided to enure It to eonforta to that
o' Woreeeler'e Royal Qaarto ClcUooary." Preeident
Warm Ranava floiuaa. I dnd It amrth if
wraiM .(iprooiLaeii-' rreeioeni Muoaooca. . . .,
Ofeamui CoLLoa.-"It more than aeete ay nrpecta
one. I recommend It a th atandard authoritvla
oruoepy 10 ay anuoraa ana ay pupua." frwldent
.viawi. v
Aim oca OoLLaaa 1 adantaiid aim aa aaa In bnlk
fna-JWritlna and makine. tfaaorthoeranb and huiii.
maqoa 01 noroeeier a oyav uoarte visuenary."
Frealdent HU1. . ..W-
"tn all ay writing, tpcaklog.aad teaching, X have en
atvotad to eenforai te the ralea or ortborraDhv and
pronunciation aa oontalned la Wanaaatr'a niaUnnarv.
Hp race Mann, late PreeidenL x
KlKTOH OftLUan. 9tnnt.-'T aaat mrdmllr leeaea.
Bond tt aa tha aaat reliable itandard anthorit of th
Bndleh lanraae aa It u bm riu,. iaVm1
Preadent Andiewe.
8 JlIOOL COMMI33IOMER3 OF OHIol
Vowt Sot. Anton SntvH, CommUtiontr of Common
'I : AAeoM lie OMo. f
"The Dictlonarv la an Imnerlahabla BonuaaaBt ta tha
learning and lndaetry et It author, and an nonet to th
world of lettere. The Baohanleal zeouUoa tafaTau pa
rlor to that of any other Laxloon with which I aa aa.
qualatd. .
From Bon. IT. B. Jtamtv. Mb-dmrnUtiontr of
I OTWi wm ivt 1
"The
aoit reliable itandard authority of the laa-
uag
WaUT TBt I
jJeadlna Newarpapejra of Ohio Bay.
ilromUkt Clootland Btrald of JfarsA 98.
The orthography of the Wore tat er Slctlonary At that
need by aoet. If not all, author of all Unction la thii
country and Ingland, and conform to tb geoerai uag
of ordinary writere and apeak ere. 7
Whatever prejudice may nave ex tiled previously, a
oarafal itudy of thl volume will Invariably be followed
by a Warm appreciation of It great aerlta, and a) deal re
to add It to the veil eeleeted library, be it larga et email.
It a library inltaelf, aad will remain an ImperUha
bl resold of th learning of It compiler.
Jrom A CTnofnnaW ftaanirefal of AvrU 80.-
Her are apvarde of a hundred thooand wonft good,
bad aad Indifferent whoa aultlfarwu aeanhige and
derlvationa, together with their correct palling and pro
nunciation, aia eat clearly before the eye.. The work te
nquatlonably th greateat Xbeaaurui of Ingliab Worda
Tor publUhed. . "
' IrohtOtCntvtlandlnaintUaUr oJW, 1X0. .
Rvllently Woacnrm' Roraa Qoaavo rtonouiT it
ot only (A foef, out A aarr work of fA kind ooor it
Hd,andeaa by no nealbllity tafler by eoaparlaen r
eontravany.
LFrom tit TbUd JSUuU 0 May 89.
nomncuTtoM. Woncneiaei'a raa BTanaaa
followed by our beat aathorat, In.dettnlUon he leave
nothing to be deilred, and In OaTaooaaniv It la auaotent
to aajr mat we. cam saa be aamy rolioved.
' intOllAITI afc BRAGS,
PnMlahere, Baaknallera ttattanwira,
NO, 191 BCPIRIOR.et., CLITIIAKP, 0fU0. r,
mail . , v. ,-Ul.o.i. ......;,...
"rx
Y?1
E TUALJ BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE. COMPANY,
of
tToTrf7eaxlK.t WT. T.
- A . .... jk ... , r -l .
Dividend January I, t88leFr Ceat
AlsiM-uj.'...-. .4. .....i.ajisJid so.
(fltatomeat Janaarr 1 1801.
Balance, per Itateaent Jan. lit, I860.
.J,409,58J 30
Rot?d for Premtaa dur-- - i
tag the tear lBt-0 ..,.tTt8,0U 63 j -,
Raoetred for interest during .
, the rear 100 M,U 19 ' '
... , J ) ' )i"!,i'im.. Ii JAQ
Total reoetpls for 18W....BU77,0(17 74, , k , ,
roauauBinyveinfwtvav ug
Paid PeUftie lurrea- I
derrd- -v- 41,111 .
Paid Balarlee, Pott- ......
- age, .Tame, 1 Ra." ' ! ' 1 1
hang, el..,,.. . 11,010 34 1
Paid Oeamlaaloa to - ,
Af.nu tyki 30
Paid PtuelcUna' feee. S.OUtf 75
. f:.l'i:
1 .;! :
.;J
Paid AaullaaK.a. 4 1,317 00
Pake Mvldeod dur-, . ... ... Lvri
lng the year lM, 300 73 505,11 63 . 411,70 14
1 t .-. 1 1 u 1 1
'.Net Bajano Jaaaary let. 1881..,. i(..J,814S8 9
eahe4hand 188984 18
Roads and Mortgagee on Real
. Batata, worth double tha
- amount loaned.n,.x4 S.8VA41 88 f '5
Prealua Mete, en Policial ..,, , . , ...
. Infoaoe.onlyarawlngo- per 'TX' - '
cent.! Intareal.. ....... ISm.mi 17 1 -4
Real RaUle.....r..w.v sO.de T . Kj a'rq f
Wnloorlp... ........ , .,8,931 44
Premtaa, Hotel and Caab, la, " n
court f tranjalaalon....- 4541 ti '"- '
I.f. W.":. V...
Totfcl AsNta 18,81938 SO
TrSTA Poll) bt rote, mMrinf'. ....9Bd t8,03e
-1,435 nw PoBctej hat been araed aurtng the year.'"
: .'After a esieral aleuUUeo of the premmt vain of tb
eatetandinf PolWeset the Ooapany, and baTlug the
fteoetaory ewwtml hi leant tMaafot, the Blreetee
have daelartd s DivroaKD of 43 per eent. en the Preal
una paid at th table rates, te all poltclee for life In force,
tamed prior ta January J, latlO, payable aceerdlng te the
preeent rule f tb Oanpeay.. . , ., , , r :
Rateafof all kind of Life ConUngenctee, Proepect
oeee, Batteasenla, nod AppUeatlona, will rurnlaaad
wiTBoot yHe,atlh Ollie er AgwcMeol .the Ceav
r"t" I RORT. tr PATTHRSOir, PwtMttt.
I JUL' ' L.J.OBAVRS1fcNtlMidM-.' "
" - ' Bl. It. (t tSp?r, Jomi, v
-Z VlJ! t.ohboeR,','.
. ,VArch0B, 180W- '' mh .1 fjolaabua, 0,
I-
pfcAtrt.'AWl TICCaBfe.RU.ACK
Jk- aiitava SILKS, M rranda..b
aaaertmont la th sity, and at aMannMttae. .
I ..it:: !,-. . a,..- a, aoa.?'''
,.'--,. T.a)lviUUhereU.
1.
Scroltila, or Ehg Evil,
it b constitutional dbeane, a corruption of tht
blood, by which tliia fluid become vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in tho circulation, it
pervades the whole bodvj and may bunt out
in dUeaM on any part of U.,.; N organ ia fret
from its attacks, nor is there on whioh it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living;, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, Import air, filth
and filthy htibiu, th depressing vices, and,
above oil, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation " indeed,
it seems to be th rod of llira who says, "I
will Visit the Iniquities of the fathers upon
their children." ,, .,, ,
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, In
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on
the surfucc. eruptions or tores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in tht blood, depresses
the enorgies of life, so that scrofulous constitu.
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com.
plaints, but, they have far less power to with
stand tha attacks of other diseases) conse
quently vast . numbers . perish' bv disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still reudtrcd fatal by this taint in the
KVKtem. Most of the consumption whioh de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in thii scrofulous contamination 1 and many
destructive diseosee of tht liver, kidneys, brain,
And, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
pro aggravated by the sam cause. K -.
One quarter of al) our people ore scrofulous;
thair persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, aiul their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse It from the syiitem wt must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply ln! '
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the 'medical
skill of our time can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady.. 1 1t is com
bihed from. the most activo remedials tluit liave
been discovered fbrthe expurgation of this foul
disorder from, tht blood, and the rescue of the
svstem front -its" destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, bat l9Q thca. ether affeo-.
tions which arise from it, such B buptiva
and Sxiff. DisBASBs, St. AmthomVa rin,
Rosa, or EarsiratAi, Pnn.si, Fustolei,
Blotches, Blaiks and Boas, Tenon, Trrnrn
and Salt Riibuk, Scald HeAr,-Bh(owonf,
Rubukath, Smntrrio and MenconiAi Drs
r.Aan, IJnorsr.'.DTsrrsiA," Dbxtt,: and,
indeed, all Cqmi-laimts aaisimoi ok Yitia
tei eie IirrtiHa Dlood. The popular 'belief
in . impHtiMfaftht Hood" is lounded in ttntli,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood.. Tli
particular, purpose and virtue of this Sarsap.
rilla k to purify and rettnwatd this vital fluid,
with6ut which sound health impossible in
conionunatca constitutions. ... . i r.
.it.-. : st.-i r
r-- rt
'j -1 .-l' A
il.:.
Cure,
for thb sneer ccbb -or -
Intermittent Fever, Fever aadAgue,
Retnittent Fever, Chill'-Fevr,. Dumb
Aguu, Periodical Headache, or. BUtwne
fleailac he. and JUUIona rea-cra. .latataaA
ror the whole claaa or dlarVaaa erlajinaa.
In a; In lilllarjr deranjrenMnl, eauead kr
the Malaria, of Sllataauittla Couutriee.
We are enabled here to 01H1 tKii' rommiinitv a
remedy which, while it suroa the stove complaints,
with certainty, is still perfectly hormleae in any
quantity. Such a reineuy ta invaluable in diitricts
whrre theso alllictiiis disorders prevail. This
CfRH" cxiit-U the iniainmtle ponton of Fever
an 11 Auub from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the diseaeei if-taken- on the first ap-In-oacu
of it premonitorj1 symptoms. It is not only
tha best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, hut also tho cheapest. t?..The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings It within the
reach of every body 1 and in bilious districts, where
1'kvh;: and Aoiii. prr-vaila, every bodv'thould
hava it mid ikc it freelv bath for cure ana protec
tion. A tfreuf superiority of this remedy over any
other ever disfow-red fur.lUo apcedy and certain
cure of Ink rmittoutH is that it coutains no Quinine
or mineral, cousequcmly it produces no quinism or
other injurious ellcrts whatever upon the constitu
tion. Xlioie cured by it sr left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease. , ,
lever and Ajruc is not alone the consequence of
the miiumntie poison. A great variety of disor
ders urio from its- itritntion, among which are
Seuralijin, llmimntHm, Gott Itcmlacht, lilinil-
ni, loi'ihic', Kararis, Uatarrh, Atthma, t'uh
fitatinii, I' tin ful AJTection of tht Spleen, H'ltttr
u t, 1'iuii in tht- lloioi-U, Colic, Pitralytit and Do
rantiimrut (if tho Stomach, all of which, when
nrigiiiuiiii ? .11 lli'n cnuac, put on the iiitermiUtut,
tupt,nt bxcome pLtindical. This " Curb " expei
the poi.nn from the blood, and consequently cure
them all alike -It is an invaluable protcctiiav to
Immigrant snd persons tnrrelliug or temporarily
residing in the malarious diitricts. , If taken occa
eionally or daily fthile exposed t the infection,
that mil he excreted frumthe system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. . lieneo it is even more valuable fur protec
tion than nirt, and few Viill ever sufTcr from Inter
rhittcnts if they avail themselves of tho protection
this remedy affords. ' W J ; 1 j - " , ,. p f
PMpsred by Br. 3. C ATE2 &' CO., Lowell, Has.
. . R0BCRT8 At SAHTJBL, Ooluabus,
Aad by Drurflrtaaad Daalers everywhere. - "
, aevl lTd.twAw
CABADIAJ ft TJ3TITED STATES M AH
TO AND fHOHi
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
( Iaiverpool, Montreal, Quebec,;.'!
'' ' and . - .... ,, ,,
JTJJVt Yoriix. , 1
1 Th Montreal Oeeaa Bteaaaakls Ooananv'a aratlaa
ralWpowered Olyoe-bulU Steaaea call everr Bat.
relay from PORTLAND, carrying the Oanadlaa and
Doited States Hall and paaeengera,
OaWBI AW. - - - - WORTH AafSRtOAN,
1 BOHBMIAH, AMQLO-BAXOll - "
, , iORTHBBITOti; J---IBBRNlAN, T "
tJAMAWAM. . , ,.. , HOVASOwTIAM. , .
Saartest, Cneaaeet anAQalckoetfjan-1
- veano srowt , r
axxbica to all mil or vnan.
'Bataej ot Pasjawiia ta Ktixop, 1' '
ao oaa Bnft
, ejfcJV epwu C?UI. J,.w j . 'u
Will sail from LITRRPOOL avery TFedaeedav.
and from QCHBRO aTerjr Batardlaw, ealling at
LORTJON DR RRT, to recelv on board and land hulls and
Paaeranrs, to and front Inland and Scotland. '
.H7tbe Steamer are built of Iron, In wat.r-Hght
eompartaanta, any eaeh au aipMisuced Burgeon, and
eery attention is paid to lb comfort and acoemmmla-
tton er peases re a. as tneyproeeed dtreot to LONDON
DBRT, th great risk sad delay of calling at St. John's
Glasgow paalNairsrVfarnisbsl irith' r-w paaNge
tlekata to and from Londonderry,
Retnra ttokata granted at nctaoed rates.
1 Oarttfleates Issued fbr carrying te and bringing ont pas
senger from all th principal teeraeotfrraat Brlatta and
Ireland, at reduoed rate, by that Una of lliaaire, and
bytheWASUUlaTONUNR 0PSAILIMQ PA0KRTB,
Mavukg uverpooi eveiy weea
Ltrkt Draft far t ana lswlrdi bar-l
, al lit llB(l(B4t IrelaaUa HewliuL
sauna mi taiee.
ror grange, apply at the Otic. 93 BROAD
WAV, Nwwr Varks and 18 WATliR B'f.,
a.iverpaal,
; lABXlr IXAB11, ereasrat ifeats,','
Or ti- J. ft. ARMSTRONG,
J aolO-lydAw.,, foi! 90ce,OoUBbuakqhlef(V
-r-
. t Co-Pannenhip. v"
I"iT2? LTms ADMITTED B1Y
oa JAMBS ADOCB BAIN aa partner U ay bust
TT1. J0.111 , after k endueted andarthe Bra
(Uesef Pnalon'l etaWlshment, H. T.,) Pfoprleior
- Mew JTertj lV.hioahi, efui-?, ' HaVCaSa
aaaaapeoiiuir, uaruug and Vresaiug dalooa. Ran Stat
..atreMa ver the Poatomoa, where aaVurJIZL .,11
v.-r. . - wta ia an Deal (tela,
t irti-dip
Ague
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Clnolnnati, Dayton ft IndlanapoUgi
Through to Indianapolis triilhottt Changaof Car
., and bat Ont Chang of Cats between ''
, Columbus and St. Loolai -. '.r. 'ii
Four Trains Daily lm (oluinniis.
' ' ' ' nRSTRAiii;'; ': ''V-.'v '
AOCOhfHODATIOK at 8 a. a., stopping at ail its.
Hons between Oohunbas and Cineiaaall aad Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10.05 a. a., and at Dayton at
8.10 a. a., connecting at Dayton for IodlanapolU and
the Wast. , .via.: .
8ECOND TRAIN.
Ho. 1 RXPREBS at 11.40. a., etopplngat Jefferson,
London, Char la ton, Oedarvllle, Xenia, Boring Valley,
Corwln, Preeport, fort Aneleat, Morrow St., Lebanon,
foeur's, Love land and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 4.30 p. m., Dayton at 9.45 p. B.,oonnectingwitb th
Ohio and Mlaalaelppl Railroad for Leulsvtlle, Ky., Vln
oaanea, Cairo, BL Louis, New Orleans, eto.i al Dsyton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terro Haute, Chicago and
all Western poinU.
; TIIIRl) TRAIN. .. ; i "
' MAIL st 0.10 p. m. , stopping at all stations bstween
Colombo and Xonla,and at Spring Valley, Oorwin,
Morrow and Lovelaad, arriving at Oudnoatl at 3 a. a.
' ' "), iu. ' FOURTH TRAIN.. ,' "
sTIQIIT XXPREdl, via DAyton, at 19 00 mklnifht,
topping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddtetowa and
Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at 5. S3 a. m.; at Day
ton at B.S3a. a. 1 connecting at Cincinnati with Ihs
Ohio and ailMlntppt Railroad lor LaaiavUle. Bvaaavllle,
Tlacennea, Oairo, Rt. Louis, Memphis, New Orleans,
sad sii points South and Bouth-weeti alao, at Dayton
(or Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, eto.
. : . . ' , " ' - - '
Jj" Por further Inforoitlon and Through pickets,
pi to M. L. D0HIRTT, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
tpp
Qoluoebui
it
P. W. STRADIR, ' . v,
Oeneral Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
" ;,JH0.W.D0HRRTT, . ,
Agent, Colnjnbu,
. E. W. WOODWARD." . '
i ' ' Auiiarlntanilnnt. ninlnn.M'
Columbus, July 14, 18C1.
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
''Ei
r e j COimCIlNa AX BStLAIRR WIT THajT,
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
I AND AT PITTBBDRSH WITH TUB
PENNSYLVANIA'; CENTRAL
! EAILEOAD:;
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
' ! Route to all Eastern Cities li
j, ...
.'-ii )i
Train Leave Columbus a follow : f
1 I..;;) tv J) MORimtO KPR1BI "
Leave Oolumbud 8.30 A. tt.' from Union Depot, via
Bellair er BMubenvlllei arrtvaeal Beltaire, 10.90 A.
M.i bteubenville, 1S.S0 P. M. ; ruuburgh, 3.40 P. M.i
Rarrlebunr. 1.10 A. M.I ofa Allmtoten. arrlveaat New
York 8.00 A. M.l via fMadtipMa, arrive at Phila
delphia. 8.10 A. M.; Mew fork, 10.38 A. M. Cemwota
also t Barr labarg for Baltlajore, arriving at 7.45 A. ftU
Sleeping Cara attaohed to tliia Win
Praia Oolambns, ran directly throagh te BelUire er"
Pittsburgh without ohangei sod PasHngers via AUaav
wwnarriv in new xonatOA. al.. 1.
ETTW0 HOURS
IN ADVANCB OP WOBTHRRIt
aioai . . , 1 ,
This Train also connect at Bellsire with' the
v Baltimore end Ohio Railroad.
PITTSBURGH IXPRBB8. .
Leave! Columbns 11 S3 A. M., from Union Depot, via
Bteubenville; arrives at Newark, 1H.50 P. M.; Coshoc
ton. 8.13 P. M.l Bteubenville. 8 P. M.: Plttabnrr. 8.40
P. M, JTFIbls Is toe only routs bv which Paseenrer
can leave Cincinnati at 7 A. M., to throaih to Pitts-
nurgu in uayugot, witnoni onange oi ear or delay.
..t
I '. it ,, IAITLIMR, : j
Leave Coin mbns 2.15 P. M., from Union Depot, Via
Bellslr.- arrive at Newark, 8. S3 P. M.; Zanesvllle,
43 P. M.i Bellalre.7 .35 P. M.: Plttaburrh. 11.85 P.
M.; Darrisbarg, 9.00 ;A. M.; vfa AUtntovm, arrive
at Raw Iork,4 P. If.; ( FUlaMpUa, arrive
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M.; New York, B P. M, This
Train alao connect st Barrlsburg tor, Baltimore, w
riving at 1P.M. '
This Train runs throort to Ballatr er PIHiburrwllh-
dot change of Oars; and from Pittsburg there ia ae
change of Oars to Philadelphia, or via AUeatowui to
new iork-tnu. oir.ilng 4 ,, j,uV ,, . a.j xl.
The ooly Routt from Colnnbng to Baltimore,
rniiaaeiptiiB, or new Yorkjwitn only.
one change of Cars.
By this Train Passenger arrive Tin New York r.
houn In advano of the Northern lines. "
This Train alao connect at Bellsire with tha Baltimore
andOhloR.. , . ,, ,t.r.:Ht...
CTThl Route Is 80 mUo shorter to Pittsburg,
I New York, thso Northern Liner ':
Bag? age Checked Tloagli ta all im-
'- - . , . portant Joints sutj-r. ,
I l; , . . ,. i i.vir-:- .!
i .-, .,: ASK I0R XICKRTR TIA .t. . :
BELLAIRE OR 8TEDBENVILLE.'1
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Tickets Gaod aver cither
Konte,
,A ' W nanenr
SM-J
v. nasnvnii, .
' 1 1 Sen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. B
I I. - i -i , j I. A. HUT0HIN8ON.
I 0n, Ticket Agent Bteubenville abort Lie
J10i .h'.i ;ac
L
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And Seed Store,
1f t-itr-
t,
GENERAL' HARDWARES
" NAILb, GLA88, SASH, PUTTY, C0RDA0R, w c
Oaai, flatale, Waadek'trjulow Ware,
istherand Rabbtr Belting, lee Leather, Boa, and
klng.-.i,' -,c ,,.r . '-i..,TiHl-
n ENTLP!1TIEN8
VX OOOD1. -iu.-.f,
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rrorellia In Neck Ttae and Bearfa ail 4.1 Vf Una t
v jiyronanawarroieuoiai.' i
- -- a,moroinerea rooiei uanakfrenter
Parts Kid Glovee, inperlor make. -GoVlea
Hill Shirts, various atyle.';-
, Boys' Geld en lllll Bhlrfa, J uj C'X oo.'a
Driving and Street Glove, do r , ,,,.,,- v' S)r1 .
Hernmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, Various Stiles.
uau dm. ana viwrr firaiiu.
) ATW a SOtf.t 1
awns';
I Net 19 South Bgh tAreettif,
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cnMrTuirMP. nvwr
aJVmA4 AAAAAty, 0,A1VliyO i.
Mi
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J am4 sriamlrat ant1 rmsb1 snaka rif
AMERICAN MAiCUWXn
aanufactored by R. HOWARD A CO., BeitotiV Mess,
These Watobee are far superior te aaythlne; ew4rad
to tne public, nertsoiore. staving in axoiualve agency.
I can 1 thea at price to suit tM.liui.,,! bar Just
received a bug -stock d ' ---' " r-T H..
I , AtefiRtoA'N WAfcta.
BaiiBtetredhy
anaaaoraanioi,,, v.:,. j 1,-rl !ttw M fl e
EnaL.18A AIS.D SWISS WATCHES,
-iie-.Hf IUtw lW)ri.v mm
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.4evlweataBeW4aeaaaaa 1 09 '
The Action of Congress at the Late
Extra Session.
, Ho nueu uncertainty exist In the public
Bind, daring th Session at Imnwlint 1-r!.l.-
tite bodies, ia regard to the exact ebaraoter of
ue dhi WBicn are finally adopted, tbst few
cab know what is really don natll bo offlolal
copyof h new law 1 published- The ap
pearance Of document, of this kind, ia nfu.n
very much delayed; bntweart glad that tbl
error be been avoided In regard to tha Import
ant legislation of the late extra tension at Wash
ington, for, althongh only a few day baa el spi
ed since the adjournment, a full eopy of the
"mm ana Resolutions passed daring the first
session or tbe Thirty-seventh Congress," and
signed by tbe President, I now before us. Tbe
title of aonte of them sufficiently explain their
character. They ary as follows i '
1. Ad act to refund and remit the duties on
arm imported by States.
S. An act to crovlde for the Mvment of the
militia and volunteer oalled Into the service of
the United States from tbe time tbey were oall
ed Into service to tba thirteenth day of June,
eighteen hundred and lixty one.
3. An act further to provide for the collec
tion of duties on Imports, and lor other pur-
pwe. .'. ,. , .. ,-
4. Aa act to provide for the appointment of
assistant paymaster in the navy.
6. An aot to authorize a national loan, and
fsr other purpoie. , v .
1 6, A act making additional appropriation
fo the support of Ue army for the fiscal year
ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and
sixty-two, and appropriations of arrearage for
the flioal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen
hnbdred od slxty-tao. .. , .. .
7. An act to alter and regulate the navy
ration.' ; -" - "
- 8. An act making additional Appropriation
for the naval service for . tba year ending the
thirtieth of Jone, eighteen hundred aud lixty
two, and appropriations of arrearage for the
year ending the thirtieth of Jane, eighteen faun
dred and ixty-on. ' ,t .-n - - -
8. Aa aol autborizlng the Secretary of tbe
Treasury to remit fine and. penalties incurred
In tertaln case. . "
10. An act making additional appropriation
for sundry civil ex tenses of th Government lor
the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen
hundred and sixty two, and appropriation of
arrearage ror me year enamg thirtieth or June,
eighteen hundred and lixtv-ooe. "
Hi An apt in rUtion to forwarding soldiers'
letter. . . . .
12. An set to provide for the temporary In
crease ol tbt navy. ' "
13. Aa act to authorize the employment ol
volunteer to aid la enforcing the law and pro-
n:i;iiug puuue prvpersv. ,v .... , ,
- 14. Aa act in addition to the "Act to author
(xe the employment of volunteer to aid in en.
forcing tbe laws and protecting pnblio proper
'y. approved July twenty-second, eighteen
nunarea ana sixiy one.
15. Aa act to refund duties on arm imported
ny Baie..::i , a-. u -. . , v.
' 16. An aot fbr the better organization of tht
marine corps. ...;-.
17. An act relative to tbe revenue marine, to
fit tht compensation of the offioer thereof, and
for other purpose.. ,cn .-.; :e - i t.-a .
' 18.,Aa aot to indemnify the State for ex
penses Inourred by tbem in defenie of the Uni
ted State. 1 -
V19. Ad act making additional appropriations
for legislative, axecotlte, end Judicial expenaea
of tht Qoveraniank lor tha year ending tht
thlrtitth tt Junta aiRfateen hnndred and eixtv-
two And appropriation for arraarage for tha
yea? ,enamg .tuirtleux or dune, eighteen btr
dred and sixtr-one.. i. tw : vr , ,.t r -. .i:?ri, ,
20. An aot to provide for thl payment of the
potice organised ny toe united atatet ror th
clly af Baltimore, and o enable the saint to
furnish small gold coin, and to provide or tht
marmiaotura or purchase or field signals; -SI.
An act to Increase the present military
establishment of the United State.
24. Aa act to provide for the suppression of
rebellion against and resistance to tbe lawa of
the United States, and to amend the aot entitled
"An aot to provide for celling forth tho militia
to execute tba laws of the Union." ate., nasted
February twtnty-elcbt, aeventten hundred aad
ninety-fire. j u. ,i . -. v.i v ;. :.r
xi. Au act authorizing tbeaprjointmentof an
Auislant Secretary of the Navy, and fixing tht
salary of tht same, and for other purposes. ,
24. An act making an appropriation to pay
the expense of trans porting and delivering arms
and munition of war to th loyal citizen of tbt
States of which tb Inhabitant aow are, or hare,
after, may bt, in rebellion against the Govern
ment tt toe united tttatee, and to provide for the
expeast f organiiing Athena into oompaniea,
battalion, regiment of athcrwiaa, for their own
protection against doraestio violence, iniarrtc-
boo, invasion or rebellion.! i . .. r-fcio t.. j ;
25; Aa aot maklBR an aonroDrlaUoa for tha
pqrebae of arm for tba volunteer aad regular
troops of tht United dutes ta mi cv -y
3b.. Aa Mt Brotidar a'aommlsslon to ex.
amine aai report aa to th compensation of
su officer .ol the .CoverBment, and fur other
BTirHHM)sja J o ,t.1': .1 I !.).. it t.
SsiJ An act to loertaie the med cat oorea of
thenavv.J i t h.h e.'u n hi iu- :
. 28 Aa aot In addition to an aotentltled "An
actlBrlber to provide rortheeoUeotionof dutlee
on Import, aad lot other purpoaei,!' approved
July thirteenth A. D, eighteen baBdred and
ixtyont.,t.i ; J1 7;asi .. - ...-.
An act to define and ouniih certain oon-
piradiea.u .. ii i.i m ...v i.e. in
JUJ An aot antboriBint the Secretary of War
to reimburse, volunteers tor sxpense Incurred In
employing regimental and other band, and for
other purpotoew. i i. '..m-i -. -, ui u:
An aot to increase tha eontolar MnMaea.
tetita of tha United State during tb preeent
iDsurfeetJoau tr.".a km,ru!J,v;j nit,,,,..
33J An aot to amend an act entitled "An aot
supplementary to the act entitled 'Aa aot provld-
tog tor a navai paaoa esMDiiinmant, and lor oth
er BUreosee,' " passed March twentv-eeven.
eighteen hundred and four. ; .
.! An aot oonoea-nlne tha AttormvXianaMt
and tka attorneys and mars hails lor th eeveral
distrits...4T'i Mi rl i. oi .;..- Li ru,.
. 34 An aot to provide for tha coattraetioa of
0M Bt mora armored ihlp and floating batter.
tew, ana ioi saner parposes. . . . ...
35. 'An aot to amend "An net to nrohlblt th
salt Of ' spirit uona liquor and intcxioating
drinks In tha District of Columbis, Id certain
oases
ad act to proviae tor ue parchtie pi
- I 7. Aa aet to aaspend, lo part, the operation
of an aot eotltled "A a aot relating to tevtnot
wMate aad aeemet,',' ft t :., ..-.
r 38. Ad aot providing for tb better orsaDiza-
tion?f the nliiUry eatabUshment. ' " 1
, 39, Aa act to prohibit tha sale of SDtrltuoas
Uqnor and. Intoxicating drmks in tha Dlatrlcs
pt Columbia, lo certain casas. . , . ... ..
. 4U, AO hot to provide increased revenue from
Import to pay interest On the publics debt, and
for-other purpose. v. i.i i.w.? .)-. ti;,
41. An act, supplementary to an aot antitlcd
il'Aa aot to authorize a national loan, and for
other purpose. "" ' ' . ',
44. Aaacisoppiementary to enact entitled
fAnwict to ioorcm tha present military estab
lishment of the United State.", .Approved July
twenty-ninth, eighteen hundred aud aixty-ooe.
43. Aa aot supplementary to an act entitled
An aet to protect th commerce of the United
Stafcm, and tq punish tbnlaooef piracy. ;
t 444 An sol to rduce consular fees lor vessel
running to or between foreign ports' '
ft 45. Aaaotnttihofislnf additional enllitmente
in th havy eLthe United State. ;j-t I
46. An act maklsg further approprlatloo for
tbt Support of the naval service for the rear end,
tog June thirtieth, eighteen hnuJred, and sixty-1
tat, and for other parposea. t oif'-i a t.v.ii
An ad making apprrAatIotht to pay ibe
txptnses of tht inveetlgatlon committee of the
House of Representative and Senate, sppolnt
ed the flrat session of tb thlrty-eventh Cofl
gresa, and of th aommiasloa anlborUed to x
amin and report aa to tbo oompensatioo of all
offioer of the Government. . , , ,
48. An act authorizing-the 'construction of
twelve (mail aider wheel steamer "" ' '
49. An set making approprialldbi fo? Yortlfl
catlons, and other purpose.' i-r '- . , I
- M. An act In relation to thooTuceOf Altorne'y
ii "" ovates ror rae aumern yiainotor
New York. ' u . . .
V61.', An tct Pno'sb1 oertairj crimes agalnit
the United State. ' vt-
: 59. Ao act to promote the efflolency of th e en
gineer and topographloel engineer oorpe, and
lor other purposes. - ' l
, 63. An act to authoriio aa Increase In the
corp of 'engineer BDd topographical engi
neer. ; - '
: i 64. An act to proviaoTor holding the district
and circuit court la judicial districts during a
temporary vacancy ot tbtjudgshtp.
55. Aa aot to confiscate property used fof ia
(urrectionsry purpose. ,
66. An aot relative to appeal to tbe Supreme
Court of the United States uaV
. .8!' Anc'to ' metropolitan police dis
trict of the Distriot of Columbia, and to estab
lish a police therefor.
. 68. An set to Increase the pay of Ibe private
la tbe regular army and of the volunteers Id the
crvioe ui toe united mates, and for other our
POBfB. . . .. , j . ... . . ,-. . ...
69. An act requiring the oath of alleclnnc.
aod to support tbe ConstltutloD of the United
oitew, mj oa administered to certaio persons In
the eiril serf ice of tbe United Bute.
60. An aot explanatory of an aot entitled
"Au act concerning the Attorney-General and
bus attorneys ana marsnais or tba several dia
trict." ...... .... -
61. An act to provide for th repair of the
-vug, unuge acros ins
PRIVATE ACTS.
1. An act for the relief of tha, miAa .nd
orphan of tbe offloers, seamen and marinea of
tne unneo mate sloop-of war Levant, and lor
other purpoaes. ' :, j . . . : ;. .
a. ad act lor the relief of oertain anasloians
and Boiaier itationed at Fort SnmtA.. in Hnmh
CoroUna.' '
3. An act for the relief of the Ohio and other
volunteer., -. , . . ,. x . , , j , ;i-;,
4. Ad act to authorize th issue of a register
w ,ue abeamer x.ateil.
i 5. An act for the relief nf Jnhn MrP.
.. 6. An act authorlsine- the Seoretan of War
to pay tbe volunteer who, under the command
of Charles W. White, and bv order of Brisadlar
Oeneral T. A. Morris, enlisted to protect the
raiiroan oriagea and other property la tbe vi
cinity of Oakland, Allegheny oounty, Mary
' 7. An aot to provide for tha navment f Ar.
nold and Willett for bread, and Henry North
mi- wooa, suppiieo. to toe united states felon
teera in Maryland. - : .:t -r , v i
RESOLUTIONS.
1. Joint resolution aathorizing the appoint
ment of examiners to examine a steam floating
battery at Hoboken, New Jersey .;. l. .-
3. A resolution relative ta tbe exhibition of
ue industry or au aatioos, te be holden In Lon
don, in tht year 1862.,, ,Oi ... i . ,
3. A resolution requesting tht President of
the United State to recommend a day of public
uuuiuiaiiun, lasting, ana pray ar. e ': i .j .
4. A resolution authorising an examination
ui Junes- projectiles tor rind cannon.
" 6, A resolution to nsv to the wMnar nt tha
isie oiepnen a. Douglas tb amount das to him
as a senator, at tbe time of his death.
TOPOGRAPHY of the SEAT OF WAR.
Deerlptla af tha Pesitlans Vr Vht
i vnuanaw mmwumnm vtrRtaliK.
i TH,- rxr.i.!.. , . . .
. uuig,ma Borrajpwuaen OI tot new
i era; rott thus describes the position of the
Confederate foroe at Munsou's Hill and other
-'' L " -
MUNSON'S HILL.
Monson's Hill it natorallr strong position,
aod is especially o for th rebels, who art at
ma poini eniy lour mite distent from tho rail
way leading straight to Manassas Junetion and
jucomosd. munson's Hill I about three and i
half. mile, a tha crow flies, from Ft
ran and Arlington House. It ia four and a half
miles from tbe Long bridge due west and not
more man inree rrom fort Albany. So far a
an attack npon our fortification Is oonoerned,
the occupation of Munaoo'i Hill I of no im
portance. It is utterly impossible for tbem to
bombard Fort Corcoran or Albany from Mun
ton't Hill with any effect. So far but two irnna
are mounted on the hill, and tba forttfioationa
are limple breastwork thrown np on th top of
.us uui. ius Kuue are not near, and tha
work upoD the hill do not yet indicate anything
more aeriout than the entrenchment which
were dug at Falrfag Court House and Centre
Ville previous to tbe advanoa of tha ras.l
army at Stone Bridie. Future mni.mmian..
quickly change the aispeot of affairs, but at
present there ie certainly no good evidence that
anauregara intends so attack our line of fortifl
cations. Two rebel reel men ta Oconrilfd Hun.
. s vuapei uigui ueiore lasi, and are still along
the creek of that name, but thla of itaif i. nr..
a threatening movement. -
THE CHAIN BRIDGE AND THE UPPER POTOMAC.
conntrv aloot the Potomanft-nm ai...
drla to tbe Chaw bridge i not near so favorable
for tbe rebels as that around CentrevUl. Bnll
Rub and Manaesas. Tbe Chain bridge is about
five miles northwest "of Washington, and the
Virginia short of the rivef there It hilly, form
ing a kind of a rocky bluff all tht way down to
W asbington and for a distance abtvs tht brldra
aus .utua uau uw caany neid Oy good trOODS
against an approaching enemy. The same is
true ait tna wy down to sod below Arlington.
The ground is high, aod the chain oi hills terms
a aatural line of defense. Aa the forests have
been ont down, our artillery pan have full sweep
at any attacking- columns. 1 Tha eonntrv la full
of ravines just back of the river but there are
no pieces ui ue auoa not commandsd by our
guns.. . On the other band, there I a deep ra-
vint back of Munson'e hill, by which our
troop, if they ever aet fit, might attack It Id
tbt rear. , r .-
THE COUNTRY BEYOND ARLINGTON.
Saoh i the topography of the country back of
Arlington, that If th entire rebel armv ahaald
ntrench itself in front of our lines, It would be
moon easier to tiKe tnem by storm to conquer
them Mere than at Ball Ran er Man..... w.
hare nothing to fear, then, at this moment, from
tbe rebel, if it be true, which la war dnnhtf.il.
that they are entrenching themselves perma
nently and with their whole Torna mithin . r..
mile of Weahidgtoa. t ThefhrS ofoo mean
ui au eirong a position nere;j iney would be
.urwBT away. . . .
THE POSITION OF ALEXANDRIA.
Tht position Of Alexandria la anoh that the
rebel can have llltl hop of taking ii. Hunt
log Creak protect the lower part of th town,
at that no flask novtaenl can bt nado upon
IW- The hills back of, Alexandria ar kigh, and
oaa easily be beld in protection, of tbe town,
aaa even u tney were not held, our vessel or
war tn tha river tauld atonoe make. Alexandria
untenable. v mt-?. ;,ii...-t
OTHER PLACES IN VIRGINIA.
-
.Arlington Height r directly, eppetitt
Georgetown, nearly two miles back, fiom" the
Pototnao. " Roach Spring is about two miles
distent, southwest of tbe Loot Brldre. a lltti.
on irom in roan iq ratrias Uonrt tieusa.--ArlloKt6n
House I about five xnilea north or
ounaeaaa m Aicii uuna. railB tDUroU t a
little villagt six mike straight west bf Oeorpe-
.i . : . J.t - i, - . . . '
towR, Baiiey'a Cm Roads ta '-a- point -twk
miles due west ol the Lan Brlda. ..i ik.
road from the bridge whioh leads directly past
Bailey' ii tbe road to Fairfax Court.Hause.
auwiasv mnmi piace is eiguteea mile from
Waahington and fourteen from Alexandria 4
THE WEST SIDE OF THE POTOMAC.
Thl Bide of tha river wa have tha h.lcht. i
Georgetown, which, eommscd Arlington itself,
and which, lri the event oi disss ter,- might be
eeotded to worry ih enemy aorot the rirer.
nofasi aad snwuieeBS og tn city there art also
hill which ooBiaajtd all th roads loading into
Waahington. Thes bills art dlitaot two or
i.Vi Im' of h,B iMt nd
rbntSi ul ?0IDIruwly ta.y to surround tbt
Upltal with a network of tortlfloatlon.i The
eastern branch of the Potomac flow down on
trie east aloe from Bladenaburg and forma a sort
oi proteotioa on that ilde.
, IThe Capital ta an. amphltheatre-lt la sur
rounded by a chain of bills which art from
bel'd e nt ttom lh Ctpito1
THE ENEMY'S FORCES.
Very little i known here of the Confederate
encampments, The main fore at Munson'
Hill it supposed to bt behind It, a not more
than a regiment, or at tbt utmost two regi
ments, have been teen on parade. Gen. Bonham,
I at Vienna with a brigade ol Sonth Carolina
regiment, and send out a force daily to watch
the operation of the Federal force Dear tbe
Chain Bridge, but o far remain on the defen
sive. ,
STONE'S BAZAAR.
':,'-' SBBemOnn , ,
No. 4: Gwvnne Block.
!a. P. stone"& O'HAKRA
A'BJE?,w"ECeiVIWOTnBIBWI"I.
TRR GOODS, and Invito the publl to Inspect
teem. No such stock of Good has ever been brought to
this market. Tb South, in consequence of th failure
of th grain crop, has not been able to purchase th us
salquantlty of rich goods, and thl fact ha forced the
Importer to all them at publl auotloa. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New York at then late ales, took
advantage of them, and wa can and will call our goods
bin, at lea than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for thea in New York. Onrstook is complete in
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, -
: OTTOMAN VELOURS,
.1 BROCIIE VAIENCIAS, ' - .
. PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUGdi
BLACK ALPACAS, . '
,.i ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
J 'I ' POPLINS,- PRINTS,
ij , DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
iljTive Thansand Dollars' Worth
-- Bought ia One Day,
. I LADIES FURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Hen', Ladle and Children1 Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladies, Aliases and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton O lores
f every make. ....
" ' ALSO
A complete asgortmehl or altTtre ffTfJitVarie.
tleof ; y ... , - .-,
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CAS8IMERES,
OVERCOATINGS,
1 , TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, '
, RIBBONS,
j; , - ... DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
kercniefj, 4o., &o. -
To parsons who call en us, w pledge our words to
sow them tb largest, best sod cheapen stock of Good,
ever esen In tha market, er pay tbem on dilar nr
hour while looking.
del-dlitaltw. ST0NB A O'RARRA.
' IHEW
T-e J
Spring 7 &
ARRIVALS
Summer Millinery.
..' i The Stoolc Replenished
DATTiTT . , , r - ,
TKOHI LATEST inPORTATIWXS OP
' NE ,W YORK.
. MY STOCK OP
Spring & Summer Millinery
Ii aow oomplste, comprising every variety ol alllln-
ry; also, a large assortment of Rmbrokleries, Hoalery
and Notions, As., and In quantities and nrlcea that can.
not fall to suit all who may favor ns with a call . The
good have been bought at Pag ia prion, and will be said
at a small advance on cost.
I MILLINER. Y .
Mies M. E, YOUNG, late of New York City,
wilt snperlntond th Mlt!iniy Department Bar long
txperieaoe" In th most Puhlonabl Ritabllahaaat In '
Broadway will aloae be a warranty that ah will he able .
to give entire satisfaction In nutters of taste to all who
amy favor her with their orders.
The Ladles of Columbus and vicinity will , lease 'ac
cept my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of the eaae.
: R. H. WARE,
69 East Town St., (Jalnnabne, o. '
I'HSaO&WIlSONfS
A BwT m
6. l I ' .
PRICK I RfDTTCJD '
:,. 1 rroBthsNeworkObaervr-T :: ! ;
Al all nartle manufutnrtne Bawlae at at-hhia. ah. 1
Uged I pay air. line iUut an eaeh auuhin. uu. ,
aadre o compelled tomak returns to hla, Under
eath. as to the number (old, hi eooki give aeorreotstass- '
nw arom una reiiaoie source we nav obtained th
fallowing tutlstie. Of the machines made in tbe rear '
1859, there were eold, ,
- " By Wheeler A WHaon... gl.Sfa
; " l-.ht. Singer A Co.. M,S3 .
' ' , " Grover A Ber..... ...I0,sw -.
Showing tbe nla of Wheeler A Wilson to be doubU -thos
ot any other Company."
Awarded the highest premium at the !'":' ' '
United State r.iraof 1W,UJJU and 1880;.. ,, .,,
. alsoat th '
' 1. Ohio State Iain of JMM and mi ' L
and at nearly all the County Pairs in the State, ,
- Out price, at Ih late reduction, art at tot at ' any
look atsoi amahine now sold, and but a trite higher than 7 :
the interior Sue Mrsoi cAain aticA euAw, nuw
forced upon the market. ' - .. .. ' - J
The WHBKLBR A WIL80H htAOHINR aakesth ;
Leox- Btich the cnlv 0 n which cannot be raveiad . it'
Is Auks ew Rova Sioaeef tha rood., tea vln. ma ri,;,- .
AirMoisfA tmdor.tidt. .
AU WMKAme mtrranitd 8 Vtart. aad UutnwHn
gives tn their nee, free of chare. ' ..... c-. 1 ;.JiO
km ,.. u. unAHi-,Bi nigh it., Oolnabu. 0,. , j
, Wll. BTJMNBH A CO..
Idvc89awd3aAwa plke'a Opera Ueuse, Otectanatf, j t .,. :
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STBiiw 0Mirr!tDB!i. . . . RtNar t. chittindbb
S. ( H. T. CHITTENDEN
iBiannwawa a ea w a rav
ni.'!!- . ""ssi: .. ....
ID? praces, 920 Broadway New York Cltr',' ana
n . . . a. .
riwr ddiuiiuv voiumDue, vow, , f, , v.
bv t.
.i.' lusat )
O'aareful attentlun paid te OolleoUons. ,
vurll8:da ' ' ,l '" ""' '
. s .ni. . .. .
iCaltimere -Clothing flonse. ;
.-! all . v-" -
Qliss cb
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aaanrao-rrsitte aa waoiaaaut acaLsas in .
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READV-MADE CL0THI N R ui
JsOSAV .
irnnrA.Rfr0rif
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(savwase sic mrl 'aha aowaaaj n-.-iO,,D
t.-.a 'IttBl.TlrrlOllE. Bgevl u
ji -" '"T .r: ';'.' .1 ; j- t ' v.M..,,r-r.
xio Asaortmtat ol Plea as! rsraiatat .-, .
Otwds ConatanUy ta Eand. .
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