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'"Mh piS-ilararIablT In Adranw.'
DAILY. TEI-WEEZIt AM) WXEXLY
,i'.i-,t. i
MANYPEMNY MILLER,
fUBHIHIEi; AID PBOPBHIOBI,
i tr oiu not. J8, as na to, Forts EIsii it
WW IJCTJlMABLT IN ABTAlfOl.
00pryer.
. . 1 00 " '
. Miqawl)rMK..t9000
, On ,," , U month 18 W
. On . " . nontb IS 00
, On -, " mbUu 10 00
. On i "i 8 month 8 00
On j ilBonlh.' 00
On qnr 3 wtU . .4 00
On twMka.. 3 00
On "luk... 1 T5
On --jfej; 100
On ' 5dT.-. 7S
On - "! ' 1 InMrtloa SO
xMtplvM Mtertlitntnt hlf njr (hm tt tbort
AdTMesl lended inl placid In tin eolamaer
Mdkl Rotloei," doi A ordinary raCu. .
,cltrdmd en the Inilde oiolttilToly nftoi tbtnntwMk
. m cviic. niurv uiui u
pv tnt. mort than the ibort nta; bat all toob wit
PPMrta
w in tn xn-vrocivwiuuint AhAivA. i.
BUIlDtf
"J"0rd,notxoKling Art Mutt, per year, In-
I I, SO pr Un( atai wf.
MoUoea of mMttnK. oharlUhlm wi'lll. A
i aau
All tromtimt adturUtmnmlt auu & mutAA nm im
,mivaiun frlw rai wll not bTarlH frm7 t
s. WMkly,HB Brtoath Sallr, whnra th adTartlwl
aaalh Wekl alone Whan ha Bally andWaakly
...TiWm,uwuinini IWIOI WMUI Will
al( tba ruo th Oalljr
fj.IIo adrwrUMsant takan opt for daflolte period
".!; BUSINESS "CARDS.
,u9..v AND.NQTARY PDBLIG . t -.
?V,"AW unngopBolt Oapltol Bqnar.'' 1 '
4-
nit OOLOM1UB, OHIO
3.. oo33on.zar2zi,
Attorney fc Counsellor at La-,
rt"
MARION, OHIO. . '
nr-T .TTTI" 1 t I !-a.
uacnme Manniactnrig loinpan j
MAII0T40TPMM Of
STEAMJ ENGINES & BOIIERS,
Xt.AlliroAd
o iTiir BuournoN.
1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Times
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
J uLt -J
RAILROAD.
OonnaettacatOiwUln with the PIIIBBCHOH, II.
winra k oHioioo kailboad
Ar PfMurgl, f)UadtlpMa and XaUimor. Alto
.' forfait WoynBd OMeago.
Oonnaatlni at Olrraland with the tAKl BH0B1 KAIL-
EQAH
rr Dunkirk, Bat ntyAlbanjr. Bot-
"' New Qffc.
THHEE TRAILS DAILY,
Iron Oolombat, In eOnneettot WlthTnlnf on the
LlTTLEffTini AD Cor.lJlTIBUS
n u.iailvtt A lis.
- met tea in
NI6HT IXPRBB8. taara Oolnmbn at 3.40 At M ;
at 3.40 Al
wiu Mara faaMugar at all elation omn or tlaHoo,
top at- t)iasr, AiUiy-OardlDtt-ni ai4 6i!p1i ana
at allatatloa north of ealion,arriT!ti at ClweHtod
I 9:00 A. M D.-nk.rk J;00 p. M., Buh .to 4 V5P. M.
Alkaay 13 A. M., New York 6.3S A. II., Botoa sl)0
f. U., PmsSur .. ria OreatUM 3:S0 P. II.. phlladel
""! uutoago aia ureetluia at 7iMi if V
0P. V. ;
: ' !
ihat at Il.lt
. t -. ' BS00NBIBAIN.
KIH T0EK EXPFESB-taaTa Oolnml
a. Kin atop atxewia O.ntra, (for Walt Sulphui
Bprinfj), l uip.ware. OanUngtoo, Gallon, Orwtllne, BUM
by, Hew toaaan. WelUnftoa and Grafton, arrlT at
Olarajand at 3:35 p. m. Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m. Bnf-
iio, j y wi.i aioaay, o:a a. ai. eWXok, i:6
p. m4 ttorj40 p. ra. ' Thl Train ooMotaat Bhl
by for Bandneky, and at QJafton for Toledo, arriving at
1VWM
'I
MATL AND AOOOMMOBATIOH 1T OolwiUil
eti.SO'p. b. Will (top at all ataUooe Booth of
BbeHqr, and f ' Vtm Lond.n, WalllB((tm Grafton,
and Beraa; arrtrlng at Olereland t 8:30 p. n.t Dnn
klrk.ftOOa. .(Buaaio.SSOa. m.: Albany, M p.m.;
Kewtork, 7S0 P--l oatos,r 11:41 p. m.( HtUtmiyb,
ea OreeUin, at ll: p. m. fhlladalphla, 1:00 p. m.,
Ohleago, f Oreetllaa, 0:45 a. aa Shu Tralar conaaote
A alMlny for Bahduaky and Toledo, arrirlcf at Toledo
Patent Slieping Cm axe run on all
Sight TraiM to CMoago, Sew ,.;
VTork aaiBoiton. -.i;:
Bagjag Oktck& through to Sena Tort and RottOH
via OmkmA: alto, to PKitaAOpMa and . ,
Might Btpreai arrlVM atOoltrmrM at...ll:15 f . M.
0 in el await Sxprwa arrive at Colombo. at 10:50 A. K.
AeeammedacWB) Bxpna arrlraa at Oolnmbna at 7:50
w;t,a. i u. iar u w
iei W JTWrtt4 (V(rtfiir,f C&ttnJ,,
u e ii.m I
..o tut ' 1
BnperlnteDdent, Cleraland, Ohio. '.
t"' ' ''I
JAmPAimS0rT, Agent,
, ' .iJ. '.& wowmhwa, Ohio. ..i
OomatlU, Jun 17,1801., .mir...,,,; ti i
' Jurt BeOOlTOdI
IAA nr. CH OREEIt ana
BLACK
1UU TEA! lOObig
prima JU Oonee. -
lBOpookataoldPutohGoTemment JTOoffM. .
1 bt Ceylon Coffee. . . !
tOObM. etandard Whit Began, onehtrrt; ofPoW
'ard,ChnuhdLGrrjalated A and B Coffee
BO quintal a George Back CodtUh.
. BO bbl. Urn and Mo, 1 MaeHeret. ft 'r J O
tea. Plek Balaeonr - v
B t aaa. II.AalM w - I l' f A
IOO ar. boa do d. ... ... , Im! V
IOO M Olgara, dlfftrtnt brasdl and grede. - ' u.
orW rt WH. acDOAUl
M.'C.'L1LL!BY
jft n r-eijlLJx-i.
Ana Blaiik-Book KaiiaMtur
mulWly
.a
-jxisrci'
TvELAMKBr.
- a-'i- i a .A i-.fl UfJBUOxeBi H ( I
Jnatoeenedtor ia .
'aprW . h'!wi.ii to'1 loath High I treat.
' " :j :"" i".""i
- A
TtKiB llouir irtntr.
' 41 K.S9ilOTJTa.BIBITMm
Hava Inat reeelred a new1 maki of ''Hobf VlVi
Bnlahedia mcn frt periot Many yet totteuaeed
at ... tri ',! tro-s !.-r-!l
imSASILTrXlAKP fjaACSFOLKISS.;
BvbM.
jari a
- WOROESTiEPEra
ROIAl QUARTO DICTIOXAHY.
The IatettThe larjeit-The Beit.
, The Cheapest Beoaose the Beit,
I i v..-: ! I I.
"Tbc not Rilbi ataBdaivtl AM'
tborltrof tliEiit'UiIt,aBftif. .
" ''' '"' St XundrtiBrrintnt&liuatort tf Ohio,
"THI BISI INdLIgtt piqilONAKT IZTAKT.'
; f ... M .iVry
'Hi ranpwardeef a Hundrad Tbtratand Word,
whow maltlfarlona meaning and dertratlona, tortther
with their eorreot epellinf , and pronuoaUUon are clearly
at before the era.''
H n'tf.t 't "") n o4iMidrt CbwemerotaJ,
a7o thtDtcUton if tKt Mmbtn of tKi Ohio BtaU
The anderrlimed, tsraiben of the Ohio Blat f eaefier1
aaiootauon, adopt ana eta to nee In teaching, wrlttn
and (peaking, the wtaograpny aaa pfaaolatiB of
noreeeter'e Koral Qoarto Dletlonary, aad w moat oor
dlally rwKxnmend II a the moot rallabl tBdard au
thority of the lngllah language, a it le now written and
ipoken. " , " ' - , (
Tntw Amaawi, Pneldent Kenyoo Collate. " ' .
M. 0. Luaarr, Baperlntendent Zanerrllle Bcbaoli.
Too. W. HaaTtr, Bon't UaaHlon Union Ichoola. -M.
V. Ooemanr, Bop't Pobli Bohoob), Banduky. ,
Jobh Lnton, Bnp't Pnbllo Bcboola, OiroleTiUe. 1
B. If. Bamtord, Principal Olereland female Bern lea-
' " ' --- i
Wk. MrrcHni, Bop't Pablle Bchoali, Mt. Union, t
Jor OnaR, principal BtaUlforaal Bohoot, Mlnn
lota,
OnoilTAWK, Principal fourth IntrmedtaU School,
Cincinnati. . ,
B. B. 1Utik, Bnp't Canton TJnloB Bchsoli.
i InwmKtaAi, Principal MoNeely Normal Bchoot. ,
Bli T. Tirrm, Prof. Kathematlo, Ohio TJnlTenlty.
Wax. W. InwAane, Bop't Troy TJnlon Bchool. -
A. 6. Hontnra, Principal Wert High Sohool, Olere-
Und- i'. ' ' ' ; , ' : .;
. A. NotToit, AtMdato Principal High School, 0IT
land.
iHWBoa Btwuh, Principal High Bchool, 01m
land. "'
B. f . Btmlrrox, Principal Olrraland Inrtlrote.
J. A. Gurinji, PratUast of BleotK butttnte, HI
lam W. L. Bllltl. Pfnf. af IthMnlrfv. flhla Waalan
UnlTeraltar v . .:..,.. -
. H. H. BiMm, Ix OammlMlonerof Oonunon BohooU,
Ohio.
uua Hontra, fnf. Bbeterl, ObrUn Collage. '
Taoa. Hot, Preald.nt Antlooh Collage. ,
'0. W. H. Catoat, Prof. Matheaatloi, High
Bchool, Dayton. ,
8. O. GnnMBAffaW. Vmf. ILanmaM. Hlth HaIuwiI.
Dayton. .
B. M. Balm, Bop't Union School, AAteBd. ' '
Mor4 fhan Bid Bmdrei otter iVeeidenf of OoXlt-
9; Proftnoro, AuHor and JHoUngntihod Sduca
tort, hav4 mdorud (A abov mMmtnt.
PjlfiSIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
HaJtiiRA OotLaaa. "It at bra It a manlaoont work.
an honor to the author, the pubiiher(,and the whole
eountry.''-Prealdent Andnw. . . ...',r
Obi WcnnawUnmiutTr It exoeed my expect
Uone. It will be m nide la erthonaolw and nronnn-
elation, aad will often b eonenltedbymeforlt neat
and aoonrat definition." Preeident Ihompion.
. B. louono Ooiuei-"BrVf.r we hare ued
Weter'i orthography. At recent meeting of our
faenlty,lt waadecided to change It to conform to that
of Woroetter'a Boral Quarto Dictionary ."Preeident
flarneld.
Wiwrana Kmuti Oouam.-I Bad It worthy of
ooraiai approoauea.' rreeiaent uitcnoocx
Oiamun OoLumo-"It more tbaa meet my expecta
tion, x reoommenfr n a tn atanaara antnoncy in
orthoepy to my children and my pnpll." Preddcnt
Morgan. V
Ajmoew Coujtaa. "I Idont and aim to at In teaeh-
log, wrltlngand tpeaktng, th orthography and pronun
etaltoB of Woreeater' BoTai Quarto Pletlonary."
Preridenl BUI.
"In alt my wrltln. tDcaklcii and taaehlnf . I hay a-
deavored to conform to the role for orthography and
pronunciation a oontalned tn , Wotneeter'e BleUonary ."
"Horace lfann. lata Preeident.
t tairaiM oi)j i a . i - i ..y molt fordhlly reomai.
mond It u th meat reliable etandard aa thorny ol M
Bngllah language a It
ie now written and epokta."
rieaiaeni Anarewi.
I SOT
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Wromttto. Aruetm Smik, Otmmiuior of Oonmon
. . tekooit a 0A4o. - .
J "The Dictionary I an hnpcrlahablo monument to the
learning and tndnetry of It aathoiy and an honor to the
World of letter. The meohanloal exaoutlon ta far rap.
tor to that of any other Lexiooa with which I am ae-
qaatnead.1': . , (i ...-. . " i
JVom Eon. B. B. Bamg. Ktt-OommiHiontr of
4cAoo( 4t Ohio. . ..
l"Th meet rellabl etandard authority of th laa
. :.;,,,, i
WBAT TBI
lieadlnBi KTewexpttponi of Ohio Say.
from ilU Clovotand Btrald of JforcA B8.)
The orthography of th Worceetar Dlettooary B that
need by moat, if not all, anthor of dlittnotlon In thlt
eOontry and Bngland, and conform to the general Mag
ol, ordinary Writer and epeaker. I
iWbaterar prejodice may bar exit tad pnrlonely, a
careful Mudy of thie rolom will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation f In great merit, and!) deelre
ta add It to the well telected library, be It large or email,
It lie library Inltaelf, and will remain an Imporiihe
blAreoordof thelearnlsg of It compiler. . '
tlrom th Cincinnati Ommtrtial of April 90. ,
ere ar nnwarda of a hundred thotuand word " good.
bad and Indifferent who maltlfartoae meanlnga and
deriTatlont, together with their eorreot epeillng and pro
nunciation, are eet clearly before the era. Tie work la
ntmueatlonably th tree teat Ihaeaunu of lngllah Word
Ttr publlihed. .. . . .
Prom th CUnland PlaimdUaltr tfttpi. IB, 18W.
Irldently Woaoima'i Bovaft QQanTO IKm0Bir It
M enlv tM la4i, Intt tt aarr wrk of Hi bad ever
u4l,andoaa by no pomtbtlltar uller by oomparitoa or
oitroTny. : .
; r rrmiKBtiSlifilai9). " " r
i to moBIIHiJUTie)!. WoBCTTt' t T StaWDUIB
followed by our beat aathoret In 4elBlMon k leaeee
noViIng to be deeired, and In UBTOoofctm It U lutnctent
lo lay that Vfoacnrrnt be eahly followed. .vk
, INCHABI OKAt
Fibllaltnr, BekUern Stattlwnar,
HO. 191 BUPEBIOR BT., CLBTBLATn), OHIO. .
nW
Mil If
TltE MUTUAL'BE
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY.
, 1 1
VTIMlftH. . J aaiienBBBi I
pmdtaaJraaaarr l186lf SParCt-nt.
i' 'I iff' T ' -Iei" '
eiMtiee a,j . 83819.536 50
Statement January 1. 1861 e.n .
Ball
a&?a,paratatementJan-ltW W.e3,)6,MI 3B
ItAftaiviWt fne Pramluma dar-
nnl tb. r 1WO I;..78j;( M " u
ill
aeoetTM lor lntereaa aunng
tbk year iwu .....,.v.... xie.uie iv.i .v
Tdtal'raoelot for tMaW.';Wri.(ftl W
PaldOtelaatvDath,7,0fi0 0B v ., . ...1 -lalAPolloie
miren- rtJ.r .v.
defed ....v..'... (I.11T JO . ',. ,.
.111..
fffV Vstti JUb in i -mi itfjit "J i-'V..v i
chAiin. e)to 3I.6S0 54
....
P ald-Oommiadoni to , , , , ,.,
-emtlt ..4t.i."B1BBi'aB ' " " " "
faMPhyaieUiia'faa,)-4i6o 75, 1 II ( 'ut. .uhi--PaMAnnultlea.
., .1.J17 M,. ul , . , ,1J,
Veld
ttlvUanila tf
that yew .Jw..l6,00 Ti SAV.OOl R - 411,973 Id
Bet Balano January lit, lfl01.r.v..,.3,BIB,358 SO
. ASUXAii-Ntf . '
Caahonhtnd 80.(884 19 ul' f
Bond and Mortgagee on Bee!
Beat, worth! double th
'amaunt loaned... ,..n..A7Jt7 Jut ra ' . i-"
malum Kote. on feliclea ,,,.,, f- .. .
. In kree, only drawing t per
1 nt. tnterett.......... 1.8W.W4 It '
Baal Bltat..M.M....M.' - . W.8HiT'"
LeanOBBcrlp.. .. B.KB 44. , ; ., i i
premnrmi,noteianauaaB1in . ...
court ol eranamierton.... 73 ' - .
I I 1 i in v.ta.v
tbtal Am
3,hjb,ho H
i
I,fif6PdUckkrntorolniurtn'...J..t8,41i6,53$
' 1,4 J5 w Policial hT bean lam! luring th year.
1 Aftre4fllenliHotth prvaent rain of the
ultandln- PoUeienot the Jampany,and haTfng the
neoetaary amovnt In raaerre threfr, the Dlreotoei
hare declared a BtTtBDro ot u per cent, on n praai.
am paid at th able rate, to all poliete for 111 la force,
leaned prior to January 1, 1800, parable aoocrdlEg to th
preeent rule of the Company. ., , r( -,. . . -. ,
Rate for all kind of Lit OonungMelM, Protpeot
bhi, ItawmanU, nd AppHoatSoaa, will M farniehed
witbomchibbb, at ui uaic or Ageneie ol .im vat-
1 ulj (MidtOBfi Irv AtTBTtlfllf. Prt'tlo'eht: J
r . riAOBOTBaV.TIMaraald(at'u
LHW. 0, WILL Kit, Bwnetary. , r,iIjt KinTvca '
.VarrS81486U'- w 1 ' - - ', Caluaibiuhpl ,
t .... i... ., , ; - '-sl-l 'I. .-r-
T ti A I FT A. N J I IrRFJ 'BlIiAKTX
A BKKrs BIJ,r., ef tnrrt-kttv' (ata-Mt rileot
fjorunauk ta eut.siw, ana i ait'e ti, ' -
tvu ;
l'.:":' .BvaUtLJhUMt:
Ayor sS;Tsa.(v(ri!la
A ompJund remedy, designed to be the most
effectual "Alterativ that can ba made. It ii
a concentrate, extract of .FnrraSntMpririlln.
to comt)ine4 'rith other ubtance pf still
greater alteratfre 'pfrwer as to affortT art effec
live, antidote fcr the diBeaeei Saraaparilla ii
reputed to ,eure.- - It la believed that such
remedy ia wanted by thote Who suffer from
Strumous complaint, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow,
citizenav' How completely this compound will
do it hM been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to ba found of the following
complaint --' J " ' ' ", ' .
- SoBOfuiA : Ain SoBOfttoDs" CoinptAbrTs,
Euvptiors and EarjpTtvi DisBAsits, Ulceus,
Pimple, Blotch, Tumors, Salt Rmbuh,
3oald Hjsao, Stphilis awd SrratLiTic" Ar
motions, Jluiouauj. Dissabe, Dtiopt, Neo
baxoia oa Tio Dovlovbbux,' Deitilitt, Dts
Pbpsia and Imdiobsttob,- Ertsipblas, Bosb
or St.Ajthont'sFir, and indeed rho whole
class of complaints arising rmi Impvkitt op
thb Blood. - ''
This compound will De-rtund a great pro.
motor of health, when taken im the pring, to
expel the foul humors which fester. in the
blood at that season of the year.' ' By tho time
ly expulsion of thcra many rankling disorders
are nipped la the bud. -Multitudes can,' by
the aid of this remedy, spare, themselves from
the endurance Of foul eruptions, and ulcerous
sore.; through whioh the aystorn will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural Channels of. the body
bv-an alterative medicine.. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin infimplcs, eruptions,
or sorest cleanse It when yoa .find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins cleanse1 it
whenever it Is foal, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. . Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well i but with this
Eabulum of life disordered, there can be no
isting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown:
Sarsnparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing' these ouIsk But
the world has. been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending, to be concentrated extracts, of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else, Sv ""5 4
During late years the publlo have been mis
led by large bottles, pretendjjrato give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sorsapa
rilla, but often bo curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various attracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market; until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with Imposition aad cheat - Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such aj remedy as shall reseut tht
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is Intend
ed to cure. - In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be Judioiously taken according to directions on
UavbottW. r 'J '
- ; PltEPABEO Bt ' ' w'
DR. J. C ATllifc CO.
. , LOWELIi, IIASS.
Prloa, iipwBvttlei SlxOottU for f 5.
Ayer's Cherry. Pectoral
has won for itself aUeh. a renown fcr thseure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, th.t
it U entirely unnecessary for vie to recount th
evidence of its Virtu ea, wherever It has been em
ployed. A It has long been in constant us
throughout this section, ws need not do more than
assure th people it Quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
' 'Ayer's' Cathartic Pills,
f ... FOB THX CURB Of
Cotlivtneu, Jaundict, Dytpopsia, . Indigestion,
Dytenttry, Font Stomach, Erytipelat, Headache,
Pil$, Rhtumatitm, Empliotu and Skin DUoatet,
Liver Complaint, Vropty, Tetter, Tunwrt awl
Salt Rheum, Worm, Gout, Neuralgia, at a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying tht Blood, .. . ..
They are sugar-coated, so that the meat sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
nunuypnystc,' r j
Price ti eentl per Box ;
Five boxes for $1.03.
Great numbers of dergyu en, Physicians, States
men, and eminent pcrsonaaos, hare lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, bat our space here wilt not permit the
ihsertion of them. The Agents below named fur-
nith gratis our America Almanac in which they
art given ; with also full descriptions of the ahnvo
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off bv unprincipled dealers with
other preparations thoy make mart profit on.
Demand Ateb's, and take no others. The liok
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
Dave it.
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Terrible Accident at the Continental
Theater—Fourteen Persons Dreadfully
Burned—Death of
Victims.
An incident Of frithttnl fatallt Annra4 at
the Continental Theater, in Walnut atraat. on
Saturday night. .. The Continental was form trly
tot ".National Wrong.".. A few week ago. Ms.
William Wheatlev, an old and favorita aotor
and manager, leased and refitted the place. 4 At
great tipenst, be produoed the ttage edition of
Shakspeara't Tempest, and devoted tnesual
meant to perfecting the scenlo and mechanical
arraogementa. . Tha ballet eorps was numerous,
and maoyof tbedancsri beautiful and talented
The rare ingenuity of an English machinist wai
employed to make exhibitions of oolor and shad
ow, and the doting taene wst said to bt unpart
alleled for magniflotoce and beauty, Durlog
the week tha bousee were exoellent, and on Sat.
urday night about fifteen hundred persona were
assembled to tojoy tht entertainment, Tbt;
play bad proceeded at far at the eloee of the
first act. Pfospero had related hit misfortnnesi
and the pretty Ariel bad been instructed at to
her master's behests; had ttirred op the ele
ments, and the lightning and thundei exhibited
to the delighted people the tattered shrouds and
torn tpari of a doomed ship, Tbt waves were
rolling, and the vessel began to sway. All eyes
watobed the assumed terror of those on board;
the jester Tiinoulo (Chapman), who found time
for joklog in the pauses of the storm, and1
Stephano, the drunken butler, who swore and
rollioked with seeming death in bit face. '' ' -
AU at once, (bote accustomed to witnessing
show pieces saw an unnecessary light glaring
over tue top 01 me rear scene. Before they
had time to speculate npoo it, a number of men
in shirt sleeves (ttage carp enters) ran upon tbe
stage, and, while the confusion grew momenta
rily, a sharp scream, that teemed to pieroethe
btart, raog upon the ears of the people, and s
woman io ballet costume, with her dress on fire,
emerged from the tide icenee, waving bar arms
above ber bead. In a moment she fell into tbe
abyss where tbe ship wta riding. At tht tame
time s succession of screams ensued. Trlnoulo
suddenly ceased to Joke, and dropped into tbe
waters, wbile Stephano forgot to be druuk, and
became at sober at a Judge. - .' ..- :
Tbe young woman who bad fallen into tbt
waves, suddenly reappeared, and the waves all
at once assumed the guise of a bit of green
cloth that was folded around the vonnc woman.
and while tbe ecreame went on faater and fail.
er, the curtain dropped upon the stage and hid
the soene from the audienoe. Some eymptomt
of alarm b ad appeared by this time, and one lad
in ine gauery crisa "tire:'' whereupon be was
at onoe choaked by a big fisted man beside him.
Two or three women said "O.Lordl" and en.
deavorea to edge their way out of the bouse, but
these slight manifestations wera aualled bv Man.
ager Wheatley, who appeared in front of the
curtain ana sua:
. "Males and Uentlemen: Be kind enough to
remain In your teats, and make no unnecessary
disturbance. If anything hat gone wrong, I
will return in a moment and state tbe occurs
fence." ... .
J The screams were prolonged and thrilling in
ibe Interim, bat directly Mr. Wheatley re-appeared
and said: ,,. 1.0 -;f. :
I Ladl J Oiatiaiaii. Th. pwiriiaiuan.
somewhat excited, and we cannot eo on with tbe
play nntll we ditcover -the extent, of the acci
dent, xou will, therefore, go out quietly."
A voice r" Wee the yoane- lady whom we taw
just now muoh btrnedl"! Mr. Wheatlev"!
cannot tell., itiera is a great deal ol eonfntion
behind tbe curtain. . Please go tutl", : ... .. .
The people disbanded anietlv. Some one de
scribed tbeir orderly dismisnal aa resembling a
funeral. Bat a toent far otherwise went on
npon the suae, r , .1 u:v
1 Tbe girls were dressing for tbe ballet The
dressing rooms adjoin Sanson, street, and. in a
aressing-room at ine Booth west corner ol tbt
building, t-e Misses Gale amiable and talented
danitutc were adjusting themselves for the
ballet for Act II. Miss Zelia Gale, one of the
sisters, stood upon a. settee to reach her dress,
and when in tbe act of bandintt It down, tht
flame of gat from an adjacent tube set it on fire;
tbe flame communicated -to her paderolothes,
and sbe was an ablaze In an inetaqW , Her sis
ters ruined op to extineuish tbe fire, and thev.
too, were ignited. The firs mounted to their
arms and breasts, inflletlng terrible barns, and
panle stricken, they ran from the room, through
narrow passage-way, Into tbe next dressing
room, filled with ballet ladles.' .The, gauxe
drtttes of these biased up directly, and soream
log, straggling, wrestling, tbe poor creatures
either turned and leaned from tha windows inta
Sanson street, or ran hither sod thliher, calling
for assistance. , 1 1... .
Miss Sella Gale, with bet clothinr on fire, and
altering load screams, ran down stairs and upon
ui ttage, otnina ine toenes, 1 ailing Deiow the
stage level, where sbs was caoeht in the arma
of, Mr.-Thomat Bayard, the carpenter of the
theater. Mr. Bayard, in aitemotlnir to extin
guish the fir with a sea-cloth,", was himself
uui.w uvua lua uauua auu arms, - , t . j t,
1 Miss Clara Clifton was caosht In, the arma
ot toe oyaianaera, osvingeaped down, and es-
casta nnnurs, ner clothing not t having taken
arw. 1 ,,
Mies Hannah Gala did not tamo from the
window nntil she was badly burned, and when
she leaped she fell to the ground upon b,er back,
sou lUBiainta severe injuries : irom us tail aa
well as from the burns. She was carried into
Greer's tavern, near by, where sbe lav in an al-
most hopeless condition at a late boar. On Sun
day at ten o'olock, shs expired at the Hospital,
m great agony.
Miss Anna Nichols Io her fright Jumped from
a platform to tbe stage, a distance of about ten
feet She will not recover. '.- .1
The burned and wounded voune ladies were
earriea into ine neignooring nouses, where eve
ry attention that humanity could saggest was
bestowed upon tbem. Several Were carried in
to tbe house of Mr. Robins, nearly opposite the
theater, on Sanson street. Othere were taken
to a French hotel adjoining, while Mist Gait
wat taken to Greer's tavern. Several of the
sufferer were axterwsrda taken to the Pennsyl
vania Hospital. Mlsa Abbey Can was burned
about the breast and waist, Phoebe Forbes died
m toe morning at nine o'clock. Miss Anna Mo-
Mriae aiea at six o-oiocx in toe morning. Misses
Adelioe Gale and Ruth Gale are badly burned.
Their cases are not hopeless. " Mrs. Mary K.
Herman wiu not live, tier nuabana - wewned
her np to a late boor last night. Mis Anna
Phillips died .daring 8andej afternoon Jfatt
Harris was burned slightly. ' , 1-, :,, 1 .
roe Misses uaie were young ladies ot pre-poMeeiirjgjtppearaQCt-
.They were exoellent
daaoera. They wert English, by birth, , and
thsy first appeared proftstlonally In this city
in the Roxlnl troupe, at the . time "Faust''
was btooehlout as a ballot, at tht Academy of
Miss Forbes Is about (went vtan of era
Sbe bts ho relatives In this city, her ff lends re
siding at Bristol, lb. Bucks coontv.. ,Sh haa
did lot s year past. In Vanhern street, above
Germantown road. , The lady with whom she
boarded was si ner tide during ber dying eg
001. . . . . , ,. , -
When the disaster first occurred the soene
was most harrowing, the sufferers screaming
In Sgony and In terror, and there was some
delay before medical aid oonld bt obtained for
tntm. . . .
Several Dim! dans and,drueirists harried to
the spot, anJ did all In their power to afford re
lief. Several physicians who were sppealed to
refused to leave their home., They deserve to
bavs their names exposed to tbe community.,
We are assured that at a fashionable hotel In
the vicinity, brandy prescribed by the phjeloians
was refused. r.U'M'n" t '
. The event spread uniform xloon thronehont
the olty, The place vat bealogti np to s lats
hour, sad the memo was npoQ story iipytsierv
dtv
lx of tbsss borntd woota liA dlti up to
midnight last night, and four more era not a
pected to survive the next twenty-four hour
All of them suffered terribly, oalling for wat
most piteouslv. and malntainlnc their aenaaa
UDimpalied to the laat. Mr. aod Mrs; Wheatley
wore ui tneootDltai tnrouenont. aiirilsurln an
their necessities, aod doing all in their power So
make their last moments peaceful. The matter
waepnrely accidental, and no stigma can In any
Way be cast OPOn tha manatement. PkiUdl.
ramrrtu.- .,.1 .,;...,. 1 jj.:; ,.,
Order of the President.
'Those who were unwiillntf to bt oonvinntd ti
fore, mutt now be sattifled, that the proclama
tion of General Fremont, in Missouri, wat ib
contravention of the views of the Administra
tion, as It waS Certainly counter to law. Indeed,
only a set : purpose, it seema to ns, tor miscon
strue tbe expressions of the President, and to
believe bim regardless of hit duty u rider, tbe
lonstitutlon, as to tbe nghta of the slaveholdV
lng States, can account for the incessant outer)
ot some of oar Northern presses, that this wat.
or moat be made a war of emancipation.' 'Ni
countenance to this fanatical pretense baa beta
afforded at Washington. Besides the obllgal
tion 01 ine Administration to obey toe Uonati
tution and ba faithful to its oath of office, men
witb any eye to tbe future, could not heln ate
log that the avowal of any such policy would be
Instantly destructive to all hope of restoring the
Union. No army could be kept together to
fight, for emancipation." Of tbt army- la tbe
field, it is well known, that three-quarters, as
least, of both officers and men, kclading thei
Lieutenant-Genera!, and tbe Chief now morel
directly in command, of whom so much Isjnstly
!! ..A , . T- I I I J
.UHOipawu, Bra arao i,uivu uvu, vn just bhu
honorable principles, to , .every part, of tbe
Union. . , ,, . -n I
It is high time, therefore, for these presses to
abandon altogether, not only their style of keep
ing mis matter Deiore toe puoiio, no. -every
Such illusory and unfounded theory r The time
must soon come when it will be reckoned treason
to nrge protects which, if carried out, would
be destructive to the country, tad when men
will no longer be called traitors, tor merely in
sisting upon principles tateatial to ita safety.
Tbe letter of tbe President makes all thlt clear,
ii It was not so to every mind before- There
can be no doubt now that Gen. Fremont took
upon himself tbe exercise of an unwarrantable
authority in bis proclamation; and that that tbe
gratification ol some of our,ootemporariet wat
premature, when tbey Indulged tbe Idea that
this proclamation was s "key note." wo believe
some of them called it, to a war for emancipa
tion. . ..:..,,,'' . .
. Tbe Act of Congress to which the Preeident
refers provides for tbe confiscation of the proa
erty 01 those who take no arms easiest tbe
United States, or who render aid to those who
do so, and also, that the person to whom labor
or service ia claimed to be due shall forfeit bis
claim to suoh labor, if tbe person held to such
labor is by him or his agent required or permit
1 ted to taka up arma against the United States,
or to be employed in any military or naval ser
vice whatsoever against the lawful authority of
ine united Btateaa taring tne protect insurrec
tion. The Act Is not very oaref ally drawn, and,
it is easy to see, may leave the eubject open to
a good deal ot litigation, oy and by Dal at any
rate it provides for adjudication In all auch
oases, in order to determine their merits- Gen
eral Fremont, on tbe oontrary, was inolined
to confiscate aod make tbe slaves free by force
pf proclamation or the exercise of .aailitary
law. ..:.)..!
1 The President's order not only checks such
Illegal and revolutionary proceedings, but It
will bave tbe efftot to rtprtet unfounded specn-
iattuu.maww.ktMt, to avert fatal danger.
auu win bibu iobu to reueweu oonnoatM i. ana
eventual authority of the Constitution and tbe
laws. fio( Ctttrttr. J
An Anticipation of Peace.
It promises well for peaoe that the President.
in appointing the Commissioners to represent
the interests of American exhibitors at the
World' Fair, to be held In London, in Sentem
ber, 1863, haa named a good portion of hie Own
uaoiuet, togetner witn the heads or other Im
portant bureaus in Washington. Among them
are Mr. Seward, Secretary of State; Mr. Smith,
of the Interior; Mr. Kennedy, Superintendent
ot tne lyensua uureaui frof. Henry, or tbe
Smithsonian Institute; Mr. Robert Wallace,
Mayor of Wasbingtooi Mr. Everett, and others.
We like this; it has tbe same kind of antioipa
tive confidence aa the famous sale In Rome of
a plot of ground ostslde tbe city walls, wblch
plot was, at tbe very time of sale, tbe scene of
encampment of ths hostile Volaol. It says, a
year hence tbe great rebellion will have been
crashed oat, sod the nation, forced for a while
td atop in the bloody House of Mars, will bave
resumed its normal orbit of creative order. The
Secretary of State, relieved from the investiga
tion of nice questions of International law. will
unbend to tbe paoifio qtestions of International
industry ; representations as 'to blockades Bnd
belligerents will give place to tbe representation
of the fruits of American skill and creative in
dustry that have so long led ths world. . We
dare say that John Ball will be aa much amazed
S the exhibition of American practical genius
wmon we snail send to hit air next year, at be
will be at the completeness with whioh we shall
annihilate tha armed' foes of the" Republic,
whom John will tben be very much ashamed of
himself for having encouraged with the wink of
nia loousn cotton-bund eye. !., Zinwi.: ,-1
Tbc Soldiib's Gsavi. Tbe War Depart
ment has, with wise forethought, issued a ae
ries of regulations for military burials, and the
registration of deceased soldiers . and . their
graves, showing dale - and ; plaoe "of burial,
transfers of corpse, and ether records, so as to
enable fritnda to find the graves of their, dead
loved ones.- Eaoh grave ia to bave its number,
in the order of interment, distinctly Indicated
npon a bead-eln of cedar, or some other en-
daring wood, the name of deceased, date of
death, aod bla company or regimental corps
initiate being engraved snereon. mesa vinous
records are to be preserved in the Surgeon-Gen
eral's cSot in Washington, and are to be for
ever open for the mtpeotlon 'of friends of the
dtceaaed. There is a deep- pathos in the sol
ditr't gravs far away from home tombs In tbe
battle field, overgrown witb grasses and flow
ers! And those left behind will find consols
tion In tht faol that tbe tenderest humanities
are to be observed toward the graves of their
ivi vuv. a, . a . a n.i
; 1, . .
I
Gen. Lron't will Elves all his DroDertt.aome
130,000, to the Government. Hla .labor, his
possessions Bnd his life bave all been laid upon
the: altar nf ths country wblch' he loved. No
aid can do more; and his name snd memory is
henceforth embalmed amocz the most precious
of the nation's treasures. . . .,
Biltimort 1 Clothint House." ;
tuttracnrextiti Aini waouaAUttAuats m
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
;fi No. 808" Motreet,
""'j-v l'ljILft.-l0"t
A Largs Assortment of Pitos snd Tarnish in i
T fioods tWlanUp: OB Hand
'..
'i t 'w ,yiifH t'i
Who'lttalV ana. He tall PealerUaj
TOBACCpcfiiW.&XIGARS,
iteea donttaattr a P"rl all aha TB
Oct. SO 14
,
STON&STBAZAArl.
NO. 4s,.tifavTmtt "RlvrVIV-
.-ip it: - . ''"!. , a.sj
In
rP.'STONE&O'HmA
ATEtt Sot!5kP,.v"hi mirn win.
Jlm. laa uuuDB, and Invite th. nnhn. ti in
them. No such stock of Snwierb.blJ
of the grain crop, haa not been afcl.it. parelii thi
sal quantity of rich goods. d tbto fJtbaroed th
tmportert to tell them atpubli aoxttonTourbaMr
r. Btone) being to BewTbrt at theae torg. iL toot
advantag of them, and w taa and wllliiil o goeda -hife,
at let than any one who purehaeed two week ilno.
ELEGANT DRES8 SrLlTS, '
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VA1ENCIA8,
s ritin iEO meeinos,
'"" PRINTED COBURGS.
v 'DYED COB0G8 1
BLACK ALPACAS, '
ORLEANS, ''I -i '''
' FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
-ip .-4r -v DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Tlmuknd ' Dollars Worth
Bought ia One Day,
LADIES FURS,
'HOSIERY PEPARBIENT.'
Men't, Ladles sad OhllSran' Under Shirt and Drawsre;
Ladiee, Miaiee and Children' Iioeiery of all kinda. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined end Cotton Qlovee
of every make. , ,7 j ..j .1. .. : ', .1
-ALSO . 7 ' ! ' "
A complete assortment of til the usual raria.
ties of ... ' -' -
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERES,
'i i .'.M' : OVERCOATINGS,
, TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, ' ' "r
RIBBONS, ' " -
...JDRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
kercMets, &o., cVo.
To ptrtontwho saH on at, w ptodg ourworda to
thow them the largeet, beet and oheapeet ttock of Oooda
ever een In thl market,. or pay tbem one dollar per
hour while looking.
deol-dlyStawltw.. I ;. ;i 8 TO KB k. O'HABBA.
NEW ARRIVALS
Qrp,
Spring & r Summer Millinery.
- '- The Btook Rtrplenlahext r
.DA TTiY
FROITI LATEST I IMPORTATIONS OF
j NEW-YORK.
Spring & Somrner Millinery
II tow complete, oomp riling every variety of Mllln
ry; also, a Urge aacorbneot of Bmbrolderiee, Hoelery '
tod Notion, Bo., and In quantities and price that tan-
Sot fall to suit all who may favor us with t call . The
goods bsvt been bought at Panto priest, and will be told
at a small advance on coet. - - .
MissM.E.YOUNG.lAttof New YorkClty,
Will reperlntend th Ullllnery Department. . Eer lesg
experlenc in th most Vaabionabto Batabllthment In
Broadway will alone be a warranty that the will be able
to give entir saliifaotlon in nutters of tuts to sll who
niayhvof htr with their orden. -
I The Lsdtosot Oolumbut and vlolnlty will pleat ac
cept my linear thank for their liberal patronage, and
a would reepectfuuy solicit t oonunuanoe of th 1
T 'TV" . W B P 1. a 1 "'I.', 1 .
XV.
,tsfftVVN.
fBICIl BIOTJ0S9
Ifrom th Newkork Obterrej.l . -:i . 1
. Xv. XX. WXlXJ.
69 East Town St., Ctlnmbnt, O. '
Al all parte manufacturing Sewing Haohlneearok-.uf.
tlged to pay Mr. How a Uoena on each machine sold,
aid are a to oompelled tomak retaraato blm, Bnder
oath, at to the number sold, hla books give aeorreotetatw
ment. from thl, reliable eouroo we hare btalaed the
following atatlatlo. Of th machine mad In tbt yar
lHiii, there were eold, TT.,r.lV . :
By Wheeler tt Wilton..... 81,905 r.,r
I. It. BlngeraOo 10,653
,. 1 : . rover a Baker .10JHO 0 - .'
Ihowlng tb sales of Wheeler 4k Wlon to at double
thow of any other Company." , , .
Awarded th hlrheit oretarome at tht
iv : t - v vy
umwu pwue aair ei toeo, tpn ana inou; -1
- eleoat tht - -- ' 1
. - unto ttat rain tr iron in wj 1 . ; 1
anitt nearly all th County fain In th Stat .,
Our prtoee, it th 1st reduction, art M lev) at any
teat rftcA maeblne now aold. and but a trifle higher than - '"
th Interior Iteo thread oAowt tffcA mooAfit, now
forced noon th market. . " " '' ;"u:n il
Th WHBBLBB a WILBOM MAOHINS make the . ,
Loot BrtoH theoolydne whloboannot btraveled.' It'
la Auxa oa Both Bma.o th gooda, toaTtng ardomr . ..
ohaoth under.iid.
AU machine toewramied I tMort; and Inat aiiSfiia
given In their net, free of ehanr. , . r
....... a, vaaar,ei utgn t. coinaba. o. ' '
' . " 1 .. 't WM- BUMNIB m CO., ( J- i '
decJ 9awd3mkwfJm Pike I Opera Houe, Cincinnati'. '
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE;
Steam Between'
Ireland and America--4
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND OALWAY
" I I
n. tt ' I 1 " IF' i - - -
Tie followuii new aad nagnweeot nnMaatpadtv t, - ia
wkel Bteamthlpe compoee the above line: ,
ADRIATIC,2 ' l,8B8 tost burthen.' Ctpt, J. aUoe 1 0,1
t v im pormeTlyM theootum Line.' ' o -t'
HIBKHNIA. i , 4,WtoBburtha,Oipt.H. Pawermw ji t'u
COLUMBIA, 4,W ' " LciTon. , ' ,
AHOMA. i -Hi 4.40S ' ' ' Mnmoitot - "
PAOirlO, w " .l,'!.taiiv, ! ,a
PRISOB ALBKRT. (Sorw.) '
, .., ... . AN " .u-.-.a'iiv J. WAuna.1' '
One of th abova ship will ltavt Bew Tork at Boetoa 1 c 1
alternately every Toeeday fortnight, for Oalway. ear-1 ,
iyng tbt govrnmat nulla, touching at II. Johns, ' 1
B. f. . - ! 'i , ' . -' tv
The Ittamnt of this Iln havt been oonttrnoted with
the greatest car, nndtr th uprviltt of th tvra ,w -1
maat) have water-tight eximpartmenta, nd are anetcel-,
M tarweanrert, aaiaiy ana ipeea oy any etaamer anoai.
They an commanded by able and txpartoiioed fneera, x
and every exertion will be made to promet the comfort . ,
( paaaangera. .-...! - ' ---;'
Anlexpertenoed Burgeon attached to eaoh ship. !. it k'' nt .
" '-nairVB RaMiOK.
nntelattlt. Y.M Botton to daiway r Liverpool 1M ' ' ''
BeooiKl-olaja, . 'l V 'Z V l 1 ' "
Plrevclaaa, tott John's SS . ,
TriliX Hi ". " ' ttoCtolwaytrlrvtrpooU ':n
ot nj tows io Ireland. 00 a Railway, k:30,,,O
Thlrd-elaaa aeeengera ar Ub rally an pp lied with pre
vtaion ot Uia iieMqaaUty.noakadaod eerred by theew- i f-1
vanaprtbtOompaoy. , . . j . . . ., .. !,.
II r I "'"'itETOItn TICKETS). . ...
1 rartlee WUhUit m mm rot tr h-imcm Tram in. via - - - -eoBBtry
obtalB Uokett from eny town en a rallray, la
Ireland, or from tb principal 0iU of I uglaud at So-,
land, it very low ttee. - -
" Paaeeogere for Mew Tork, airtrtng if tht Boetoa
8BnBra,wllrbrfonrerfle4 to Br York free of ooargsll .
'"At offloe of . th' Contpemj, on tb Wharf, foot t ,j j . w
Oaaalttree
:.trCI'.
lWlAn AWJJIWALlAgttttV'J ro t
prip-dim.,
DSl'eiil.A'V.'r B 'WATCR-PRIMrf '
Ik CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, Other nwliee t Sprint
Otoek Clothe, tn ell dealrablt tAtAMie hmdi"', la-
tttoandBBttonttomatob. Xatm a r s
aprilS , BO, HBv.lvii,utu
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