VAT' fTT I 11 ATH '!00'"
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r MANYPENNY ft MILLER,
W fjli ' '' 1 aw-mwaBts
1 1 ....
trOfflrt Kot. 88, SB and 40, Borta Blgh 0t
.i.TBRtlS INVARIABLY IH U)iSCM. '
"W - ;- W 00 per y tar
j ttt Carrier, w wtk.
rri.Wry " -";- " . ' J ft
90 BM Mai.
. .1 ..,,-'. .-J t hi il ; i., ,t I ,1, ;-VT
ruga of Aavertlslnr y th Beinare.
ceital yeei...f?fl M
0n . 0 month 18 00
On- month! 15 00
3n.i.:-i 3 month 19 00
On square 3 weeks.. 4 00
On ( wmIu.. 3 00
On' lwxk... 171
On Jdri... 1 00
On " Sdi... ., 75
Oni I month ' 8 00
On h..j month. 5 00
On I InMitlom ,50
DlrpUred nlmtlnminu hir n u,m th mham
UUt. . , j ., , . , . t . . j-.
AtrsttlMmanti U.iti and plMd la th olou!
tpK.X(,aQet,"(luU4t ordinary ntUi.r
All uotlwi raaolrea to b pabliitxed by law, legalnt.
It ordered on UUuldxcliuiTlT after la fin wH
por cni. uore than th abo fata; bat aUraeh wll
u un xn-nwurwiuuatoaana.
Baineti Crd. notouoadlni
At tinea, per real, In-
(I I, tit SO per line; ontitd
Notlew of mMMop, ofaari table ooUUm, At ooopanlM,
aoH be If nrke
MltranHtHt adfurtUmntUt Hunt ft paid for in
dwmo In ml will not be varied from. ,
Woakljaawj prle a the Pallr, wbera the adTertlMt
e eh' Weekly alone. Wher Ti Dalit and Weekly
rebothated, then the oherg forth Weekly wUl be
air tht'ralecof the Dally ' ,.
N Mvefllaeuient taken etoapt for t deflnlU period. '
BUSINESS : CARDS, i;
-. ,.f.: A,,B.jnnnJi8,,,1,l,,l,,;,.
Attorney o-t XmxRcr
, AND NOTART" PUBLIC.
- ' 'J " OOMTMBUB, OHIO
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
' marion; ohio. . v -: '
Machine Manafactnring Compuj
MaNDIAOnnCU OP JUT,1I I
STEAM ENGINES ,&; BOILERS,
or itht Ducumoii.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.—Times
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
ConneotlngatOreetlln with th PITTSBUBOH, ft
. WAT5B fc 0HI0AQ0 EAILB0AD
For Pitttburgh, PhUadilpMa and Baltimor. Alto
' for fort Wayns and OMtago.
Connecting at Olerelend with th LAKB BH0BI RAIL
Far Dunkirk, Bur fail, Albany, Boav
ton, and Hew ltik.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
from Colombo, ra eonniotlon With Xralni on th
uttle iniani and coLViriBiJa
AND XL.it! A. UAILUUAUS.
. fIBSI IBAIN. . V
NIGHT KCPB!SS.-ITCColaibnat3.l AM;
will Kan paaaauger at alt itatlon eouth of Oalien,
top at Defawan. Ashley, Oardlngtoo and Gilead, and
at all etattoo north of Galloa, arrlTlng at Olerkland
at 9:0O A. Un Dunkirk 1:00 P. M., BnHalo 4.3SP. Mt
Albany 1. to A. M., Mew York 6 3SA. ai Boeton S:3
r. M., Plttabargh via OreetUno 3:80 P. M , Philadeh
kU 9:10 A. M. Clilcag m OreaUla at 700 P. H.
? .. BB0ON9 TBAIN. . .,
NBW T0BK BZPBXS8 Iter Oolnmbn at 11:10
a. m. WUItUrp atLewt Centre, (for White Balpbar
Spring), Delaware, Cenluagton, Gallon, Oreetlne, Shel
by, New Iiooaoo, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
OIrland at 3.35 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m.f Buf
falo, gertf p. m k Albany, 6a. m. New Hoik, 1:45
p. I boeton, 4:40 p.m. Ihia Train eoaneete at Shel
by for BaadaekA and at Giaftoa tor Toledo, arrrfing at
Toledo at 6:40 p. m. . - f i
O ( i IHIKD tBATJT. : , , I A i ') '
HAIL AND ACCOM MOD ATION Lear Oolnmbn
atS.Se . mii WUl (to a all (ration Booth of
Bhelby, and at; New .Loodoo, Wellington, Grafton,
and Be real arrlylng at Olaealaad at 6:90 p. m. Dun
kirk, S:00 a. aa. Buffalo, ):tOin. Albany, JriO p. m.;
New York, 7.-U0 p. m.; Boeton, 11:4 p. m. PitUburgh,
VaOrtlla,at UaU. at.) Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Obicage, wia Orettlloe, .-45 . . -Thl Train connect!
at ealbyor Baaduakyand Toledo, arriving at Toledo
4B:S$ ...- .'.a.... ! ' ,
i i fr- t.j .'dA '. !
Patent Sleeping Cart are run on all
Uight Train, to Chicago, Sew -
' y. b.t?. York and Boston.: ;
taggag OucJud Trog to Jvew Tort and Bottom
-IV. RETURNING. : . ,
Night IipreearrlTaaOoJjnboaat.lH&P. H.
OladnnaU azpreaearriTMat Colutcbneat 10:54 A. M
AcoonmodaB Bxpreea arr)&t Column at7:M
Ail'fitJcktt via Cro$ilmr
'.a! .v . B. ILlNT.i
- ... ... . n. I . ALl.
.Ui:p a. e.4 JAMBS PATTXMON. Amrt
j. eei v-'tl i'
! ' I , ' ' . -
OoroBboi, Jaa 17, 11,
t IaitBeeelTdl 1 "'
a a a
OH 43BEEIV atmel
1UU TKAI lOObanvrimtBl Gone.
ISO pocket old Dutch GoTtnimest Java Oof e.
04)fcbte taadard W hit Bagacc, eoeiletinf f tW
nn,unruabea, wranaiKiaaae une. i
aft . i.i. n--b fin.iii.li w
aObbl. ate and No. 1 Wart ere I.
6 tea. Plok tolmoa.l
" " ' - - naim, im i
novK7 Wat. MoDONAlB
M. C LILLEY
aint! Elank-Sook CuufjantiTajv '
XJ AJAilCOK; " TO VJ
pTtm iLTTi i aeMaj awe, j
,11 y rKo.'Sinth'lllgh(tit.
. . J ti '
lurt reoetvad a new ' f rBOOPVETSTS
jwn.a itj(.u r! .rfi nj
rM Is Important ona, and has
or tbi Ret. &m Hoch.--U. 8. Com
Ekiuoktot CIocioMti, on Wednei
Am MnAnA the Inllnartn dAnrifnn In
owe, aiscnarging in prisoner irom
, - ,. UD UOIWUIUK ill Mil VH W
-asUnlted States Mughal on the
x-warrant laaaed by my authority,
a ralwt tht United State
tjatt i nJemli of tht United State,
iiUl AL Ul nd oomfortv .Tb tfflda
t j,iv - liud wa made by M.
P'o VtitiV,' pV'of the United
1 The Cbeapeit'nd In the poeseMion
' i-... - -., mi in different parte
; tborlty I the Encllah AWaed, end
St ffymdrl Jfminmt Sduoator.?? i
NOUSQ BIOTIONABT IITAHT."
rory Jfe MYtr
''Be i an npwarda of Bnndnd Thotttand
Who amlttfanona aManlnM anA ilarlntlnna. tAMthar
With their ovmot epelllna, and prononeiatlon are
eet before the ej.''
i , , Cincinnati Ommtreial.
Stad ttoJ)4oMmt of tiut tlmimt Of thi VMo
,nndrrlp3,-nrinbri of th Ohio Stale Teachtn'
Aeeoclatlon, adopt and aim to dm In teaching, writing
end apeakisa, th orthography an Bronanetatloa
Woreaater' Boyal Qaare Dietlonary, and we sxiet
reoonmend It u th mott reliable etudard
of the angllah langtun, a it i acw wrlttta
?;k,n-. t ,
Jipaiir Aasaawi, Preddent Kenyon Oolleae. '
M. D.Lnorrr, Banarlntendent Zanetrllle School.
, Too. W. Bum, Snp't Maatiloa Union School.
M. V. Oownntr, flup't PnbUo Behool, Banduaky.
Jobr Ltrob, Bnp't Pablio Bthoole, OlrotoTlll.
8. N. Banrosn, rlnclptl Olerelaad female Benin-
. ' ? , - v v. , .. i
I Wit. Hrroan.1, Bnp't Pnblle Behooli, Mt. Onion.
Jobk Oeow, Srlnelpal BtaU Noronl Behool, Ulnn-
Oraoa Nifon, Principal fonrth Intrmdlt Behool,
H. B. HaTM, Bnp't Canton tTnlon Schoolii
lowia Kaau, Principal MoMeely Normal Behool.
u T. Ttrrxn, Prof. Mathematlc, Ohio Unlrtnlty.
j W. W. Inwaaix, Bnp't Troy Unloa BchooU
A. a. Honunj, Principal Wert Blh Behool,
A,HoftTew, AtaoclaU Principal llih School, Oleri-
i Znonoat SnauM, Principal High BohooS, Clot
B. f. Hoaurron, Principal Clrreland Inttltnt.
. A. OaariaxD, Preildent of Kleotio Initltat,
- - - - - - - -
W. Ii. Haaaii, Prof, of Cbtniitry, Ohio Wealeyan
TJntrmity. ,. i t , lt , . , .
H. H. Baxior, It-0annlMlonrof Oonnaon School,
Jahm Monaoa, Prof. RhetorioT Obrlln0ollg
' Juea-Hm.rreaWent AaUooh Colleger 11 , ,
'PV,W. U. CaTuoamT, Prof. Methemattoi,
B. 0. OaoMiAoea, Prof. LangMi, High
, 0. U. Butin, Bnp't Union School, Aihhsd.' , -
than Si Mmdrtd othtr PrttidenU of
Proftuort, Author and JiUnyuihd Xduea
ort, haw mdortd t4 abov untintni.
t RESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
((uirm Ooubbi. "It I trnly a magnlSoint
an honor to the aether, th pnbUihert, and th
onntry." Preeldent Andrew,.
Ohio Wannaa UxmirTT-"It exceed my
tlent. It will be my mid In orthocraphy andpronnn-
elation, and will often be eonraltad by m for It
and accurate dcaaltkna." Praaldeot Ihotnpeon.
If . X. Icuono Oolli. "Heretofore w hay
Webater'i orthocrmhv. A a nontnUoi f
faculty, It wa decided to ehang It to conform to
of I Worcester' Boyal Quarto Dlctionaiy." PrHnt
IWimdtN RanatT Ooiaaai. "I And it worthy
ooHlal approtaOoo.'' f Mlaeat Mltohoook. -
OouaaaWIt mora than meet my expecta
tion. I reeoetisen It aa th taadard aathorlty
orhopy to my children and my pnpli." 'Preddent
nargan. ... V
kimooa Ootxaoa. "I adopt and aim to at in
U, writlngand epeaktng , the orthography and pronnn-
elaalon of Woroeeter Boyal Unarto Dlcuonary."
Praildect E11L. r--.yi ,i.i'4 .-
Mn all mr wrltlnr. (Making, end teaching. I hay
deayored to conform to th rolea for orthography
pronunciation a contained In Woroeeter Dlouonary."
Horace Mann, late Preelient.. n , .. i . . '
int oh Gouna. Qiatmi. "I mott cordially reoo
mond It u th meet reliable etandard aathorlty of
Ingllih language aa It M avw writta.andpoka.'-
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS O
Anton nyA, OonmUtionor
moot in OMo. -
Th Dictionary la an unpnlahabl monaml
ernln and indnatry of It anrhor, and an bo
world of letter. Th mechanical exeouatoa I ear
to that of any other Lexicon with whloh I- em
quainted." 'Mr- ' ' 1 1-
Eon. B. B. 'rBimt. XCbmmUrt6r
boAooit tie VMO. I
"Th moat reliable itasoard entberltyef CH
I WBAT TBI ' ' i
Xjeadlns KTewarpapera) o Ohio.
i from th Clovtland Berald of March .
The orthorranb of th Woroeeter Diction eflr M
nial b moet. If not all. author of dtetlnction In
country and angland, and conform to th general
of ordinary writer and epeaaere. f
Whatever prejudice may hay existed pretiouely,
earefnl itndy of tbU Tolnme will inyariably be
by a warm ep.orectaoon or it great aena, ana a
to add it to in well (enotea imranr. n it iarz or
It Ma library Inltaeir, ana wiu remain aa jmpcruna'
kl record of th learning of lUompilr.
Jrom Vu Cincinnati Ommoroial of AJrU
Jt era are nnwarda of a hundred thonmad word
bad and Indifferent whoa mnltifarloo Bwanlng
derivation, together with their correct rpollrng and
arc eet clearly before the eye. The work
anqueetlonably th gnateat ineeaurua oi angiian
ever puouuM. .....
om th Olootland Plainitaltr of Apt. 80, I860.
Kiidently Woacwrm'e Borai Qoaaro Dtomxaar
not only (An kut, itU tU tan eeor of tA kind
M1,andou by no pomlbUity ufIr.oy omparlor
noaoacuTioa. Woacmrraa i tb BTAaaaka
follewed br onr beat author,; In definition be
nothing to be deelrad, aad In 0Taoaanrr it I
t cay that Woacarraa can be afely loll wed. ,
Pnblialtara, Beakeeller tatiair,
0. 191 BUPKRIOB ST., CLBVBLAND, OHIO.
4 .1 " ' -
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Nowarlt, JO". T,
DiyUenaJanaiarr 1, l8ei4SFr
assets. ......... . & .t .) Jiane
itatameBtnaaAry i, mi,
Balance, per itatement Jan. lrt, 1HO.....BS angSt
Kcived for rroeeiaae oar- i i,,ii -
nig th jew jmv.... ioa,uM
Becelved for fntereet auruif . . .
. thk year lew i,uu nr
i Total roeaiDia ror iw....i'M.wi il .,
lndCIlmiyuui,),uoi w .
PaM Polkeit aurrec- "-'- " - t
eroa ... fi,ui aw. a ,r :. ' ' '
fatal aWarlea, Poet-, . .. i., 3 ,,r.'.'.'i.l.i..
age, Taxes, si
ebaaa. eta..... 31,020 54
1 : i '
Agent. 31,S5 .
Paid Prrvelclane' fee. 5,tlog 7S
fH An .tile UI7 00
fell FlTlili.ee Aar. . .... .
Lnaui jew ..,..j.ioo,3w va na.wi ox ii,yra
44 Balana January let. 1861. . .
Hlh on hand..
)nd and Mort)
and Moronaeion Beal
i Batata, worth
I amount toanad
Prealam Note, a FeHde
' In for, aly draering pee- ? vi ..-. v ,-:-at.
lntrrt.e..vJ,479,er54 17 ,
Beat Biui..... 80,8V 47 ;' ' '
Loanaewlerlp.... ". - u -1,31 44 ' 1
prernlenaiBeendOea,aa.TJ- ; mviT-i",
,one of tnaamimlon. :-45,343 75 ,
T,5vt f UelM ta frJaifrtQ(-'.M-Bgt4Se,8B
:t,Gi aw PoIldM bar eeea 4 datta Ot
After earerui aalculaUon of a praaeal Taloaef
atatandin Policle of tha uompeuiy, o Having
aiiarfaiei'a aJnawel in neerr therefor, the
havdeolare a IMnaeniB ef 45 'pereeau eo th
eae paid 4 th tabl re tea, to all poltctee nm an
baaed prior to Jan aery 1, 10, payable acoording
reen4 rwlrof ih orpaor, .
Bateafo. alf kkadaef Lit Ooatngwi.,
aaae, 8 tutemeii la, and AvpHoattoaa, will k
enia, ana appiweuoaa, win a
ROTlt. t. TATTIRSON, Preddent.
Lm 'Li O. dHOTIB, Tkt PrislnU,
omaaaa, at tae,ao r Ageneie g in
v a 1 -V n ia
l 1,1 i ii TTW
je. la BH.ua, nmn.M,i Twie
Nitaeat ta lhiiyr d . tr en."-'.'
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Pl jitl:. . t
TELEGRAPHIC. No News yet from Rousseau's Command.
LotniYiuui, Bept 1811:30 A. M. No com-
munloatlon over any part Of th Southern lln
ilnoe tlx o'olook last ereulng, wneequently we
hare so information oonoerulog the progrM of
Colonel Roueaeau'e oommand and the Home
which left by rail M night and thia
morning. ' .
city it quiet, dm rnu or nnreuaoie ru
-v ' j r
Important Military Conference.
RooxriLLt. Md.. Sept. ' IS. It It currently
tated that an Important military eouferenee
wu held yeeterday, at which lereral high mili
tary men were present.
The arreat of Bonle. Brewer and Young, hai
atrnck terror Into the leoeuton ranke of our
community, and it ie laid that eome of the
peace men are expecting to be arrested
[...] New York 19th.
ran. " '
do it has been prpven by experifiiifofi
of the worst cages to be fpund of the following
coraplaintf : , ,i ;,.....,"
DCItOFULA AND SCROPtLOUa , tOMPLAINTg,
Eruptions and Eruptiyb Diseases, Ulcers,
PiMrLBg, Blotches; Towns, "Bait kheum,
Scald Hbad, BttbiliS antj StrHititio
pEOTioNe, Mercvbul DieaARfl, Dnorsr,-
raloia or Tio DoDLocitBtne, Dgimrrr,
and Indioestion,) EaTsirst,
or St. Anthony s Fibb, and indeed the
class of complaints aiiirigfxcm IiiruitiiY
TUB BlOOO. .)-; t, x-,jtil '' !?
ihis compound will Bifjunu a great
moter. , of health, when taken in the spring,
expel the . foul humors which fester in
blood at that season of the year. By the
expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped In tlie bud.. Multitudes can,
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to
this through the natural channels of the
by an altcratirs medicine. Cleanse out
i . - , ,..:, , , ,
TUiaieu dioou wnenever you una its unpunuea
bursting through tht skin in pimples, eruptions,
or gores ) cleanse it when you find it is
and' slueeish in the veins i cleanse
whenever it is foal, and your feelings will
you- when. Evert where no particular disorder
s felt, peoTrte' enjor. better health, and
lonirer. for cleansiiiir. the blood. . Keen
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with
pabulum - of hfe tlisordcred, there can be
lotting health. ' . Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery
lite is disordered or overthrown.
Barsaparilla has, and deserves much,
reputation? of accomplishing these ends,
the world has . been egreeiously deceived
preparations of it, partly because the
alone has not all the virtue that is
for it, but 11010 because mrmy preparations,
pretending to be" concentrated extracts
contain but little of the virtue of Sarwparilla,
n, nn tliins all. -'.1 w'l'V'VI. ' J
w. wi.j ......n V".i - . r I,
During lata years the public have bouu
led by large bottles, pretending to give a
of Extract of SarMDarilla for one dollar.
of these have been frauds upon the sick,
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
riiittf out ouni no curuuve propciim -wiiou-v-
er. Hence, bitter and painful ellsappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until
name itself is justly despised, and has
svnonvmoua with imrtositlon and cheat.
we call this compound Serserparilla, and
to supply audi a remedy as snail rescue
namo from the load f cbloquy which
upon it. And we thiuk we have ground
believing it lias virtues wluch are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is
ed to core. - la order to secure, their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy
be judioiously taken according to directions
tlia hnrtlA.. i --- '
. . .i
PREPARED BT ..
DR. J. C. AVER A CO.
Pre, ft pr BottUi tlx Bottle for 93.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it il entirely unneeeejary for u to recount the
eviaenc oi its virtuet, wnrver it na neen em
ployed. . A it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, w need not ao more than
asaura th neoDle its Quality ia keDt uu to the boat
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it ho ever been found to do.
' Ayer's .Cathartic Pills, .
TOR TUB CUBS Or
Costiveness, Jaundice, Dyspeptia, lmUgcttion,
Dytmttry, Foul Stomach, Eryttptlas, Headache,
Pit, Rheuniatiim, Eruption and Skin Uitoaui,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumor and
Salt Rheum,- Worm, Gout, Neuralgia, at a
Dinner Pitt, and for Purifying tht Blood.
They are augar-coated, ao that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purpose of a
Price 25 cents per Box; live boxes for $1.00.'
Great numbers of Clergymen, Pliynioiirns, States
men, and eminent personages, hare lent their
name to certify the unparalleled ruefulness of these
remedies, but our space her will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agent below named fur
nish gratia our AhsbIcan Alhanac in which they
are given ; ' with aho full description of th e above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
. Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make mora profit on.
Demand Aybr,'s, and take no others. , The sick
Want the best aid there is for them, and they should
All our remedies'are for sale by . , ' 7
, BOBBRTI A BAMTJBL, Oolambas.'
Aad by SrcgvUtaaad Dealer everywhere.
CA5ADIAS ft UNITED STATES X ATX
LONDONDERRY, 1 GLASGOW;
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,1
tend r,- ,y . -i-i
Tkt Montreal Ooeaa Steaauhlp Ocaspaay'i Brat-el
nsli-noweredClvde-huiit eteemen sail vrr aa.
ardar from PORTLAND, earylng tb Oaoadlaa
" . NORWIQIAN. , .r. .. NORTH AMEBIOAN,
, NoaTn aaitoB.5 V miBBaMiAhr. ' '
.', CANADIAN, NOVA SOOTIAN
Shrtestt Cbeapt nl ,cilckctOm
.. vsiaacairem.., .,.,).
UEDUCA XO AU PABTS OF JTOBOPX
t TUtteef crt 'nawatjja -to. BMyrptxy
.' ... S3o,tee,80w
WUl sail from LTT1BPOOL -very WlslMlat
and from QTJBBIO Trr BatarvTay . ealltog
IiONDONDBHRr, to receive oa noara an Laoe Mails
Paweuwr. to and from Immad aod BeetlaitiU
Ohean Bteatners at bunt of Iron, la water-tight
oouipertioeata, earrr each an aspeewaoad Burgeon,
very attention ta paid to the comfort aad aecommoSar
uea of vjeaaes. mnenr ( oiremnuia num.
DBRY. th at eat rlsk, oa ias of UsaaSt. atobaa
a avotdea.. . ....i v -n i ;ii
Suwgow psusenger are rumlbd wit raaa pasmaa
Uoxets to and mm Maaonaerrr.-1.4 em use
1 Return Uckeleeranta at tadaoaeraeaa -. if 10
OextlSoatea lamed for oarrytac le aad arinrtnreat vas-
Wnger frosa all the prlampal town oMeraat Bstuiaaad
Iealand. at reduced rate, by thi line of stoma re,
by tbe WASHINGTON LINB Of BAlJUNtt f AO UTS,
leavmt Uvarpool (very weea.
Bight Draft far It artel aiwards way.
w BH W BT TV HBVsft
I Vor pasaaga, appry a tuna J&V n raw AW.
tWlV. Mm -mm V.rll. and ISWlTF.lt NT..
fey k Ik tOnJii tlKOABr.
,0f tarOUj.:R. AHMSTRONC
;,oio-iydir i , f Terr 4jrf)e', P6rneipbj9i
T ItATfS TTfH D ATXHlffITTE D Mir
A sea JAW F j ADGIBBAIIS as yaruer T my
nee, which ill kef arr be eonductad Bnder the
or Bala Bon.; P. BAiH.Sothlllih.Si.
Ooluaxbaa, Jen BC1. i - . j StMS--
Oats of PWoes's FMl.e-ar.. jr. P-vprtetav
, tb New loi i -. ,11,... bf.-t.i: Kelt Oattina
1 Bhaaapoonii a Ci '. - il iv . ...Jooa, But
'Wet, tr t". -.-Tt t , a n
"Je r''X'.tS ;l': . ki-m: Lu(tg
rki.. ..itiiiil. , .,1,1. is... .1. .
- - " 1 -a " . Mf VM 1 IK Jt
i-1 a al 7. ir-w!
j The next morning they shelled the oemp,
uriTiug too reoeis pecs. .
' Thd Government has just discovered that the
rebels; are carrying on contraband trade be
tween Woroeeter county, Maryland, and Vir
ginia, Large supplies of army stores have
been tranapoited to tht enemy's lines by thli
ivum.j me uoucBearv iihhuiii w mw
en to stoo the traffic. ' ' '
precaution adopted 6v the Government
indieates that an attack from the enemy il ex
It Is believed her that if any advance
Is made it will be from Leesbnrg or Harper's
It il ascertained at the Department of State
that hereafter communication between the Brit
Government and its Consuls In ports of the
insurrectionary States, will, with the consent of
onr Government, be csrrled on by British ves
sels of war. . , This course will obviate the em
barrassments whloh have heretofore attended
these communications through other channel.
The following order was Issued through the 1
PostolBce Department to-day i . oi Cars
" Ordered that the Louisville Courier-. X.
to be an advocate of treason an '
the Government ar --- , ii.i
four Trains Uauy from Columbus.
' ' ' FIRST TRAIN.'',"
ACCOMMODATIOrT nt S a. ..'tnnr.lna'kt'ali'ata.
Uons between Oolnmbo snd Cincinnati and uayton, ar
rtvlnc at Olndanatl at 10 05 a. M..aml a luatao at
S.10a.m.,onnotiiigtDaytoB for ladlanaDoli and
nreiA .... , . ...... . . ,,.. ,
SECOND TRAIN, k v ". ,
no. laArmsoeat ii.4oa.m.lpplnga(Selrnoa,
London, Charleston, Oadarvtll, Xenla, BpriDg Valley,
vuiwm, iraijros ton anoiens, morrow at, beoanon,
f ofter, Loveland and Mlltbrd, arriving at Cincinnati
at 4.30 D. m.. Darsen at 9.45 n. wi nnanantln.wuh the
Ohi and miasiHippl Railroad for Uivill, By., Vln
wrnin, vairo, oi nouia, newurieana, ate.l at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr ilaute, Ohicsgo end
all Weetern point. -.. . '. .iTT-'
ly :t'''::' . third train;;',9;..,''.!,;'
MAIL at 9.10 p. m , stopping at all itetion between
Xenla, and at Bprlu Valley, Oorwln.
alorrow and Lovelaad, arriving at Cincinnati at 2 a
FOURTH TRAIN., -. .
NIGUT BXPRE9S, via Dayton, at 19 00 mldnlibt.
stopping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Mlddlceown end
Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at 5.25 a. m.: at Day.
too at 9.55. m.j oonneotlng at Olncinnatt with th
unto ana mimissippi Keliroad lor Louisville, Evansvllle,
Vlnoennes, Cairo, Bt. Louie, Uaophla, New Orleaoe,
and all point South and Bonth-woet; also, at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr liaut, Chicago, ete
I i i .
irr for further Information and Through Tlckats,
apply to II. L; DOitEBTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
: o.-i .1. . P. W. BTRADXR,
i ,, , . General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
!,,,.,.. . ,,. JN0.W.DOI1BRTT,
!rV- ': W. WOODWARD,
Columbus, July 14, 1861.
Steubenville Short Line
! CONNECTING AT BELLAIRI Willi TEB '
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
' ; , AND AT.PITIBBURaHTVnH SHX ! .
)' EAILROAD: '.
) ' fOBMisa ma ; ;
Shortest, Quickest & Mo?t Reliable
, Route to all Eastern Cities !
Trains Leave Colnmbna as follows : '
i c MORNING XXPRB8B "
Leaves Colombo 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot,
Bellalre or Bieubenvllle I arrive at Bellalrc, 10.20
M. ateubenrllle, 13.(0 P. M.; Pittaborgh, 3.40 P. M.;
Barriaburg, 1.19 A. M.I AOmtovm, arrlvea at New
York 8.00 A. at.; via Philadelphia, arrive at Phila
delphia, S. 10 A. M.; New York, 10.30 A. M. . Connect
aleo at Barrtobarg lot Balllmon, antrtsiat 7.45 A.
Sleeping Oars attached to this Train
Froln Oolambas, ran directly through to Bellalre
rttttburgn without cntng; and Paiiengeri via Alien
town arrive In New York at8 A. M,,
ITPTWO HOURS IN ADVANOK Of NORTHIRN
This Train also connect at Bellair with
: Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
. PITTSBURGH EXPRESS.
Leave Oolnmbn 11 SS A. St.. from Union Depot,
Steubenvlllei arrlvea at Newark, 18.50 P. M.; Coshoc
ton, 9.1S P. M.I BUubenvllle, 8 P. At.; Pittsburg, B.40
'. at. IFPThii I theonly root by which Passenger
can leave ClnclnneU at 7 A. M., go through lo Pitts
burgh in daylight, without ehang of ears or delay.
- FAST LINB.
Leave Oolumbus 9.15 P. H ., from Union Depot,
Bellalre: trrive at Newark, 3.93 P. M.t Zanesvllle,
3J P. M.J Bellalre.75 P. M.! Plttaburgh, U.9S
; Harrlsburg, 9.00 .A. M.; fa AUtntoum, arrives
Maw York, 4 P. tf .; oia Philadelphia, arrive-
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M.f New York. 6 P. M. This
Train also connect at Harrlsburg for Baltimore,
inia Train ran tnrongn to Bellalre or rittsourgwitn
out ehang of Cars; and from Pittsburg there I
change of Oar to Philadelphia, or via Allentown
new aork muioneiing ... , .
The only Route from Colnmbna to Baltimore,
1 Philadelphia, or New York, with only
'I - one ehange of Cars. "
By this Train Passenger arrive In Mew Yoik
hour tn advance of the Northern lines.
Thia Train aleo connects at Belial re with the Btlnmor
aadObwR.B,. - '.
CTThls Root Is 30 milos'sborter to Pittsburg,
anoimor man iuu miles snorter to
New York, than Northern Lines. .
Baggage Checked Through to all im
port ant Jfoints East.
. ABB. BOB TICKETS VIA
BELLAIRE OR STEUBEN VILLE.
i' ' ' ' :
Ticket ' Good )Tr either Route.'
, JNO. W.BROWN,
' ' ' Gen. Tloket Agent Central Ohio B. R.
' - LI. HUTCHINSON,
n. Ttckat Agent SteubonvUl Bbort Lln.
xr 1111am. l. ca-ui
fjoLTJorarjs.oHioi" ; :
, And Seed Store,
j ;:! " BBALIS Dt "'' ' f--.i.;.J
AlJAwXABS, SABH, jTUTtt; OOWASI,
GstBta, ritla. wT WlUw War
akMraaeV Better Belttar, Xac Leather, Bosk
.,u- .- s 'i-.i.i .'b-aiy
Gib w t te at b it 9 IL rcni:miiTa
,0DI. - e.c ,..:,V.
ABvWelaNeeaTIae Boar.: 1 ... v
. an Oarmk. (lollM. . - I .. .
cs " Bmnreidered Pocket Bandkvrctuefs-
1 1. Geloaa Hni Shirts, vartoe Kylea.' u.-.r .T. ti
- Bora' Oeldam Hill Bhlrt. d ui l. n Las ,
uirDrlviogsad Street aiovaa, do .
m HMnrn Stjeket Handkerchief.' variAif a fvlM
liatf llos and DodeT Ganaent,t Tr-- -tH
I BAIN It SOW,
aprllS r- - - - Ho.-tS BoTrth High street,
1 1.1" in eeeiea.siii ii m
nOWAIlD'O O .!'B
pil.sU AT H4 81, BOfJTII HICII fT.
VJ a,.if wiunlna our n.w mak of r,T-i
. , , . j . .1 ' ' ' ; 1 - it
i AM ER I WAN VVATCUZS.
saeaaSMtare M S. HOWARD tt CO ' Boeton'.'
Theae Wetcbeear t ssmerlesji ta anythina erne enai-a
to thepabiws, hraee4or. KavSnr U (aoluelTe
4 eaa aeu eneaa a praw w nuiwuaei. a Bay
I A Uma ..Mhr M .
nVMia. aj Mia "wva. " , , .
kaBirdy AJPIJtrxjN, TEA OX,1 A CO j
Baaaaenrtmentes; . . . 1 .... .
-BNtJLlsa AH VWtSS AtCH)E9,
B"aM and prtvet Cases, at Fanfc price. "
W. f. IAV4QI
COMBINED! Attack on Springfield--Reported
COMBINED! Attack on Springfield--Reported Rebel Loss 4,000--Federal 800.
Jirrnsoa Citt, Sept. 'lfl; H P. K. Two
courier just arrived from Lexington bring the
following- intelligence believed by lbs com
manding officer here to be, in the mala.; part,
reliable. - . , v '
Gen. Price commenced the aMack en th on
trenobments , at Lexington, commanded by
Col. Mulllcao, on Monday.' The fight wu very
all day. Price assailed the works, and
repulsed with severe lose. , , , -,. ., rT,-.
Gen. Lane was at Johnstown, Bate eeanty,
Monday morning, witn a lorce from two to
tbousana, marching po me renet or Lx
. i The rebel loss on Monday Is report
four thousand and that of the Federal
at eight hundred, whiob la probably ex
Fremont and the Blair Family—Fugitive
j YoiK. Sept. 19The Herald's Wash
'-atoli says the dlflloully relative to
go, is the interlerence of the Blair
famaster General and CoL Frank
Touch from them the charges have
I ' " OoJ.'d-e"'?11'1 ,b9 re1 ,'Cr" 0f tbe
' , 0'rth,gaJ!itna, Ffsmont would
, ' ' ' forth snrglngs'ol to him, and woold
i'i o . On our home wtit-iflon of contrac
M'''-' 1"' 1" ' ' ""' Cincinnati,
. I1-.. Bear ttm tenderly and slowlei- r the
' " " A 0,st,( 're would gasa one more
1 . On the nobl form and features ,
' '' Gracing one some cottage door;. "
1 .i. i' Wher tb rippling Hudson flowing, '"
i; !. Gieama the brlgkteat In th eon, ; '
i Gently lay th fallen comrades, i
- With the laurels they have won!
' Ncwburgh, N. T , August, ltl. '
THE ADOPTED CHILD.
That waa an anxlons dav for Mr Talbot
wblon ahe was expeotipg her brother
Everything about the oottage was arranged
nealy as possible, and a very nnnsuali
all her eight little children wre
as nice aod clean as if they were each the
object of her care. But before she bad
put tbe finishing touch to bar own toilet,
subdued murmur of childish voices
her that the expected and almost dreaded
bad arrived; and hastening out, she
olaeped to the breast oi ber only brother,
the first time for years.
Mrs. Talbot's story is one that has been
often told, and so much more often aoted to
life, that it baa become quite stale. A
pret.y, gay girl, she married against ber
ily's consent a man mncn beneath ber in
respect. She waa cast off by ber father, aod
many years dragged on a miserable life lo
and distress. When ber lather died,
inald, her only brother,. settled upon ber
just enough to keep ber from want
h did not wish Mr. Talbot should derive
benefit from his connection with him.
Tbe grstitude Mrs. Talbot felt for Reginald's
kindness was out of all proportion to tbe
for it saved ber from so much anxiety and
that she felt as though nothing could
repay the debt. And when Mr.
wrote to her to ask ber permission to adopt
of ber children, she felt that she could not
the requeat, much as it distressed
grant it. Her heart best painfully as
dressed them herself, and wondered
on which of ber darliogs bis choice would
She hoped it would be one of tbe boys
the eldest, or Reginald, bis namesake or
little Charley or Mary any one but ber
reckless Edith, or tbe babe. Every one
how a mother's heart clings to ber babe;
middle aged gentlemen seldom bav the
fondness for them, and so Mr. Churchill
gave the chnbby, staring little fellow a
lock; bnt It was precisely the forward
Edith that won his whole heart in tbe first
minutes, by b coafidence, ber playfulness,
ber Incessant chattering. She declared as
as she wss asked, her readiness to go with
and to be bis own little girl always. Mrs.
hinted in vain that one of tbe bovs or
children would suit him better probably;
ba did not like little boys be said, and
was just tbe rieht are; a ohild of four
lodger troublesome like aa infant, but yet
was yonng enough to learn soon to look
ber nncle's house as ber only home.
Cbnrobiil waa very positive in his choice,
as Mrs. Talbot baa fetoivea to consent
neimt. ha had nothlntr to do hut to
little Edith ready to go as soon as possible,
Mr. Churchill was anxious to leave after
to avoid meeting Mr. Talbot, who was
tht day and er pretense of a business
Il was a long time bofore Edith could
used to ber new borne stately mansion,
an extensive nark at some little distance
New York. It seemed to her so lonely
no one bnt ber nncle to amuse ber after
accustomed to tbe companionship or so
children; but she did get need to It, and
exceedingly fond of Mr. Churchill,
him everywhere like his shadow. Mr.
wife was a selfish, disagreeable
who piqued herself not only on controlling
house but her husband too.
As Edith grew up, though lovely,
and high-spirited, she saw that these
seriously annoyed ber nnole, and so she
lo avoid ber annt as mucb as possible,
when she could not, to bear her rebukes
Thus matters went on, till Edith bad
her twentv-first year. She had been
since she was eighteen, to Charles Deverenx,
yonng man of good, though reduoed
and of fine talents person every way
able to her nnole, and to whom she was
much attached. They wonld bavebeen
before, but her unole could not bear to part
her, and bad exacted a promise from
to leave him before she was twenty-one.
she had readily given; bnt Deverenx
complained bitterly of tbe delay; Time,
aver, effects marvelona changes, and one
most wonderful that beprodnees is tbe
of affection that we flatter
Just three months before tdlth's
day, Mr. Churchill died snddenly in a fit
oplexy. Edith's grief waa so violent and
that they feared for ber reason;
ber eldest brother was sent for by Mrs.
ill. who informed him coldly tbat It was
sire that Edith should be taken home
as sooa after the funeral as possible,
presence bad. oeen to ber so very
Samuel Talbot could not. Imagine wby
Cbnrcblll should take such a tone, aa
always understood tbat his uncle Intended
make Edith bis heiress; but bis
turned to Indignation when he found there
no will bnt on mad many years
whloh Mrs. Churchill was left all the
He applied to Edith for an explanation,
soon as she comprehended him, she said
her uncle bad told her but a short time
his delth tbat he had left her all his
excepting that during her life Mrs.
was to nave me noute.wita an income
to support her in the style to which
been accustomed. However, this will
where to be found. .
And so Edith returned t her old horn
seventeen years of absence, sad and
Her father waa the only one that,
or aggravated In any way her distress,
be did oftenisT by sneering allusions to ber
weather lover," as be calledDevet eux,
any other way. '
Edith had been at horn for six weeks,
bad not heard a word from him. ' She
help thinking H rather Strang tbat h
lav aald his bailness, however -
might be, ud bastes to console her In
of affliction, ' Bat h earn at last: ah
a alimt) of him, as, seated In a travelm
rlag, b a rove quicKiy pact aer fathers
t tisane.' -7'""' 1 ''
Resales and caeasv. ah wandered frnrn
to room, abd at length took refuge In the
sbrabbwry in iron el tb cottage.' tier
earn oat two1 or tore time to eail her
tbe last time ahe saw Edith hastening
Deverenx, wh had jrwt wrftwed, and
drew back wlt'aout speaking." It
Mrs: Taitot n very long while thvngb,
th dodf of tb little sitting-room
qaletly, Bnd Edith entered with a
pel 1 as marble, but as alm and
ah sm4 1 be determined to resist
prestkmof feellof that she had entirely
"Wait Is the matter, deatt" asked
'here n Mr. Devereaxt Didnt
himAaetay for Seat" -i" '" y '
'Ha ha arose awav. other.'" :imsJ.
i ,f Gone away I" cxelaleMd Mr. TslbOt,
to New .York r ' V j-';i t
Yes," aald Editn, calmly, "h hu
ft Trk, ; H is ot oomlbg her
,' avoa say anjvmual awvar bius :
fuse ber to
experienced NnAe and female Physician, presents
to th attention of mother, bar ",:
sob t nJN O'rs YRUP,
FOR CHILDREN 'TEB!T1TIN0 r.
neatly faaUltaae th aroeeas of taethbH. by soft.
the gums, reducing ail Inflammation wll I allay
ALL PAIN and epasmodt mbob, and 1 " i'i"'
8UIIE TOUEGUliATTHJ'. BOWJLH.
upon it, mothers, It wilt ftvwrstt yoarselv
, . . ... :: ,.
BXLTO ARB HEALTH TO TOTTB OT1HTI.
have out ud and sold thia article for over tan veara.
uavan bai, ia wnimtauaanv iauiu,enu
have never beaa able lo aa of any other modi
eine-NHVo-a UAS IT VA1LKD, IN A BINQLI INST.
ANOB, TO KkKMOT A OURK, whan timely need. Nev
er did we know aa lnstano f dlssaUafatioa by any on
who need it. Oa tl eontrar. all ara ilalbrhted with tie
operaUons, and speak in term of commaadaUoB ef it
magical effect mi medical virtue. W (peak In thia
Matter "WHAT WB 1M KNOW;" after ten year' expe
rience, AND PLKDOB OUR R8PUTAT10N fORIUB
f ULILLMKNT W WHAT WB UxlRA DRCLARB.. In
every Instance where the Infant is suffering from
pain aim aaoaosuon, reuei wilt tie louna in Biteen or
wenty minutes after tbeByrnp Is administered.
valuable preparation la the preacrlptlon of one of
B&JCAI'BtllKNUCVar.a BbULLkUL NUHflaB la
tbe rich"0 kbveb. raiir
be denied inareDa w oases. ,',
Of ber wealth child from pain, bat invigor.
foolishly;. e . u ; notreom acidity, tnd give
:Sbe was talking to he, huafTaL"?"'
evening, when a letter came from Mrs.
...v.,,,1, utI vu eome id oer aa soou
possible.' ' Gditb suspected at once that tbe
ao Jong desired In vain; was found at, last;
lml no lime in obeying tbe summons, Mr.Cav
eadisb could not accomoanv her. but waa to
low ber In a day or two; and she sent her
new nearly two years old, to ber mother, ss
knew her aunt's temper too well to think
tbe presence of a noisy boy would be anything
bnt a source of discomfort.
She waa therefore alone,, when after having
saluted kindly the domestic who earn forward
to welcome tbelr former pet and little mistress,
she entered tbe large, elegant drawing-room
where her aunt generally sat.
"I don't know," said Mrs. Churchill; "it
seemed to me as though everybody must
suspeoted me, and I oould bear it no longer.
did take it, Edith; bere it is."
iWith these words, drawing tbe will
ber pocket, she handed It to her astonished
'After his sudden death, when they were
In vain for tbis very will, sod applied
last to me, I yielded to a sudden and powerful
Impulse, and said that I knew nothing about
I bad no sooner spoken the words than I
have given all I gained by them, and more
to have recalled them; but I could not confess
myself a thief, and neither could I bear
sight of you whom I bad wronged.' You
how harshly I sent you away, bat joa do
koow ho often 1 wished you to return.
found to my astonishment tbat I had really
come attached to yon, and tbat more than
my apparent dislike arose from my naturally
perverse disposition and bad temper. My
relations, for whose sake I had committed
great a crime, disgusted mebv their sycophancy
and deceit, and 1 longed for you, frank
hasty as you were. Besides, a sense of
guilt preyed npoa me, and I do not think I
bad a moment's pesce since you left. I
not bear it any longer, and so I sent for
Yon may do aa you please with tbe will,
Edith, only I entreat you don't make my
puniic, at least while 1 live. 1 win give
this residence to yon now, and all bnt a
support I shall feel better if I do so, I
I fan bear poverty, but not infamy. "
" But Edith would not hear of her aunt's
that; she insisted on her retaining all tbe
given to her by tbe will, and
allowed it to be supposed, even by ber husband,
that her aunt bad accidentally discovered
long-lost document, which ber sense of
would not permit ber to suppress.
Edith often met Charles Devereux after
had removed to a place not far from her
residence, and never did ao without making
mental comparison between him and her
band, and thanking Providence for the
tbat bad shown ber the worthless uees of
one, snd the value of tbe otbtr. As for
be married an heiress his grand object in
but whether be was happy or not, no one
Proceedings of the Democratic Representative
ed face as
Pursuant to orevions notice tbe Democracy of
tbe counties of Van Wert and Mercer met in
Convention In the village of Mercer, on Satur
day, the 14th day of September, 1861 , for the
purpose of nominating a candidate for Represen
tative, to represent the uistric. in tne nexi uen
ersl Assembly of the State of Ohio. I
On motion, Mr. Joseph lienkie was cnosen
President, Mr. Samnel Chtvington, Vice Presi
dent, and John M. Simmons snd Silas Torrey,
Tbe Convention then proceeded to select com
Committee on Resolutions D. K. Gaucher,
of Van Wert; G. LeBlond, of Mercer
Committee on Roles and Apportionment
J. Godfrey, J. Ii. Hestler, and w. L,
While the committees were preparing to
report, William E. Barker wss called by the
audience, and responded in a good Democratic
Union speech. -
The committee on Ituies ana Apportionment
made the following report : .,. .
The vote lor vongiaa in low, is laaen aa a
basis. . Nomination by ballot, if more than
one candidate: if only one. by acclamation.
Each oouaty aball bav a vote lor every au oast
for Donglas, and an additional vote lor every
fraction of 125 or over, which will rive to Van
Wert 13 votes, and Mercer 32 votes, wnoie
number of votes, 51. ; Necessary to a choice,
2fi, . .. . ,..m j.-.. . ,
. : On motion, tbe candidates were required to
come forward and pledge themselves to abide
the decision of the. Convention.; t: -' 1
Alexis P. J. Snvder being the only candidate,
gave the required pledge. - : ; ; i
On motion 01 w. c, t-axer, Aiexis , v
Snyder was declared the nominee by acclama
tion. ''"' ' t ' ' ' ' "
The committee on resolutions made the fol
lowing report: .;. .!.-;!!. . - '
xWws!. That the Democracy of tbis Repre
sentative district, composed of tbe coanties of
Mercer1 and Van Wert, are in isvor 01 a vigor
ous prosecution of the war for the suppression
of th present rebellion, and ia the language of
the Immortal Jaokeon say The Union must and
hall be preserved. -fc '"
: Rtlotd, Tbat we Indorse the resolutions
adopted by tbe Democretio State Convention,
held at Columbus, Aug;. 7h, 1861, and the pa
triotic letter of acceptance of Hon. H.J. Jew
ell; and that we will cordially support tbe
ticket presented by said Convention, believing
it composed of true Union men." ' --:"
Ketototd, That w rally only under tb Msg
of th Union, and by common efforts, common
toils,' common danger and common escribces,
through the power of united eouoaela and united
numbers, will maintain that Union wnion na
been - onr boast rn tbe past, and onr only hope
and wuet in th future. ' "'. J'" '
, Resoieeef, That the nomination ny tnts ura
ventlon ef A. P. J. Snyder to represent this Dis
trict In the Slate Legislature, Is bnt a just trib
ute to his known patriotic and Union-loving
principles, and w pldgn a an! ted support
and triumphant electioru r-a-ao r
. The resolutions were wnehlmouslT adopted.
On motion of T. J. Godfrey, the following
named gentlemen war appointed (v Democratic
Central Committee 1 Geo. Wi Day; a Roberts,
of Yen Wrtj R..G. Blak jtnd S, Sjnjder, of
riotron of G. LeBiotid. faU '""'J
' Raakt4,i Th eepl of U. proceedings' b
furnished tb Celioa , efaaaWl Van: ..Wert
IVsfcnwMa, Cincinnati JJajairer. statetrm and
Tt. Oiaia. HJ ,IWli Vuw'i'Ul-i(-ill
Th fnnjmlirin than aStftilaAa.f' 'aji't i AA.
J. M. SIMMONS,
i,,r. i v-Canton 'X.XaUir
sag, 5.4, o-4, wntt aa ae7 sxncj
if hit Checked of superior quality, for imf ky .
'''mhSJ Si tShiTTOy-U
Therrp.Rigfetrto the-grot it n
Intmt Hellef I
Btep Tnr 47ag:k
'. I ., ....
j Purify ywwr Breath! -
treactkets wfar felcef ,"r"7, F
..;i L. -.J?
FOR CLERGYMEN, -''- " " 5
t GOOD FOR LECTURERS, , ,!
i,: GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
Vm' GOOD FOR SINGERS,
t. ' - .. ;,,.
,",'M GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
: ,. .-, . , T, v i ', v. f
j GBNTLEMKX CARRY - . . , ;
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTION is. ,
j LADIES ARB DELIGTJTBD WITH
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
CHILDREN ORt fOB
SPALDING'S -THROAT. CONFECTIONS. ' f
relieve a Conch instantly
'! Five 'Thausand' Dollars Worth
j Bought in One Day,
I HOSIERY DEPARTMENT, ..
Men's, Ladle ud Children' Under Bhlrt snd Drawers;
Ladle, Misse and Children' Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of every make.
' ' ALSO ' )
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of ,( .: 1 .
LADIES' CLOTHS,'' . " :
Ladies and Gent's linen Cambrio Hand-
kerchiefs, fto., &c. '
To persona who eall on us. wa nledira our worde to
(how them the largest, beet and eheapeat stock of Goods
ever een In thi market, or pay them on dollar per
hour while looking.
decl-dlltawllw. 8T0NB ex O'HARRA.
Spring & Summer - 'Millinery.
The StocOc Rcpieniahtxl -FROMl
LATEST rWPOllTATIIINS OF
NEW- Y 0 R K, -
. - ; t- ' '
MY STOCK Of
Spring & Summer Millinery
I now compute, comprising every variety of Mlllo- '
cry; also, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Notions, Ao., aod In quantities and -price that can
not fall to suit all who may favor us with a call. Th
goods hav been bought at Panic prices, and will be (old
at a small adranoa on cost.
Miss M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
will superintend the Millinery Department. Her long
experience la ba most Fashionable Establishment in
Broadway will alone be a warranty that she will be able
to give entire satisfaction In matters of taste to all who
may favor har with their orders.
The Ladle of Colnmbna and vicinity will please ac
cept my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
R. H. WARE,
OS East Town St., Colombus, u. ..
PRICKS SEDUCED ' '"u
from the New York Observer. 1
As all parties manufacturing Bearing Machine are ob
liged lo pay Mr. Howe a license en each machine said,
and are a:so compelled to mak return to him, nnder
oath, aa to the number sold, hi books give a correct state-.
merit, from thia reliable source we have obtained the'
following statistic. Of th machine mad in the gear,
1B3U, tnere were oia,
' By Wheeler At Wilson.......... 31,305
" I. M. Binger A Co 10,163 ....
..''" rt Grovor fc Baker 10,S80 '"; t
Showing the aalee of Wheeler A Wilson to k etoaoV
those of any other Company." . , . . 1. ,
Awarded th highest premiums at th
United State fair of 1858, 18iv and UOO; : I ; '
' . also at th , . .
I ' Ohio BUt fairs of 1859 and 18SS; "
' and at nearly all th County Pairs in the State.:; ,
Our price, at th late reduction, art at low at any
look ttich mashine now cold, and but a trifle higher than
the Interior two thrtad chain ttich machintt,, now
(breed upon the market.
Th WHSELBH A WILSON MAOHINB (sake she
Lock Bticb the on ly 0 n which cannot be raveled . 1 1
is Alii or Both Bins of tb good, leaving no rAa or
chain on the under. tide. -. . . . . 1
AS machine warranted 3 year, and inttruetia
given in their a, free of obame. . . 1 , , , (.
H. CRARY.81 Hieh it.. Colombo. 0. .
. ! . .1 -.. WU. BUMNBB A CO., ' r' '
dcc3-2avd3mAwera Pike's Opera Hone Cincinnati.
IRISH STEAMSHIP. LINE.'
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Ireland and America .,
.. . . . , j, , , fS
. NEW YORK, BOSTON" AND GA
. I , , , , v .,
The following new aad aagnMcent Sret-elaaspadJU ''
wheel BteesUlp oonpoee the above line'. . (,. ..
ADRIATIC, 5,888 ton burthen, Capt, J. Mac .
: ,,t (formerlyof the Collins Lio.l ; . ..
HIBBRNIA. l,4fl tons burthen, Capt. If. Pa.weaT
COLUMBU, .' 4,400 , , . k.larTca.j, f;
ANGLIA, 4.400 ' ' NtcaouoM ,
PAOtflO, ',' '.. I. Bauv a. - ' "
PRINCB ALBERT. (Screw. . , . . 1
Cn of th ahov ship will leave New York or Boeton i
altaraately every Tuesday fortnight, fog Gainer, care 3.1
?lnt tb government mailt, to nemos; at at- Jonns,
. - - i '' ' ' f -'-''"f,-
e-l flfaaunM Tif tbta ltaa timva laMn aonsernerad with, . ..
the greatest Care, nnder the supervision of the govern- "
Keavaava water-tight ompartments. aadareanace-:i'
led foroomrort, eafety and spec ny any steamer suoai. . , ,
They are commanded by able and experienced offlaera,- 1
andrrery zrUoa wlU be asad to pros I the eemtan, ,
Smoti Burgeon rtahl Wel Shly-a .'lT
I v - --BATES air PASSAGE. ..i.- 1 .xv
firat elsN. Y.or Bcetoa to Gslway orLivaroocl IW , ,
8eond-lMv " ' IV ,' f ' ' ' '
firat-ol. ;mm. "-., iB,,,,okV', . "WiiO
ThiM-cIa. . toOalwayorLlverpeol.
, , torn k, IrelaiKl. a Rail.?, - Z
1 Third-oiaae passenger are liberally uppHd with jlro-
' Tisien of the best quality, cooked and serrdd by ths ser
vanUotlmOosapany. r ! i;r": .'-: M u e,"!
' r ' " RBTVRIC TICKE. .', -M .),
1 3 Psrtle wishing to send for their friend from the eld 1
ecu try can obtain ticket from any town on a railway, in .
Iretkadyer from th peioeipaialUesof Kogland naot-l.X
ilaad, at very low rate. ,. . x. , .. -tr
pTmbt- for New York, arrtvtog tv th Bnslon '
Steajnera, will be fotwardud t New York fre ojehseg. T. .1
T far passage or further Informallon, apoly to . o 1
u.l -iu . ia a I'- , - aa. ss. v. xvrxn aai, ,
t At the ofAo of th r(eunpny,cn th wharf, foot at .j
i fl,reet, now mm .
UOWjtANa AsriswAJUi Agntt. inv:sa u i
spkllWdom. . lv.r, .,.r..v .rv
FELLATfT OR WATERapHOgl'lvt
CLOAK CLOTHS. .Alto, Oder nn'i-i of Spring x -
0 loB Olotb, In al'i ticsirabl mlxtur? i. nn. . las
sals and Batten match. - H a. At t - 4,, ,' l -.
. april5 H. iy SouUiiiiaasww
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