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VOK Vlli. NO. 89. NEW: SERIES.
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OHIO. SATUBDAY
MORNING.. SEPT. 21,
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AlTjttUtmBMnlM4d p4 piM in th eolnmaof
All uutlow rqalrM to t pablUtMd by legal ntM.
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MI iMli. Mnra Itila Ika . k . . a
1 I. mll Ml noai Una 1.1 J. A CI
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tromimt odMrUummtt mini bt paid tot i
advance 1 ml will not b ntUi fr. ....
WMkljv Mil pric h th fisllr, wImn tMkdrmtiMi
Mf th WeklTloiii. Wbr Pally u4WMkly
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If tk r!lof th Sally ..
Mo idnrtiKiMnt Uka (zMpt for dtftalU prixl. ;
BUSINESS CARDS.
B. 8I1IXD.8,
Attorney at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. , ... (.
Offlot-Aaboi BolMlag, oppotiu Oapltol Square
' - . OOLCMBUB, OHIO
Attorney & CounBellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO.
OOXaT72kX33X7ei ,
Machine Mannfactnring Compaoj
MaNOfKmiMM or
STEAM ENGINES . & BOILERS,
Owtlagii HUl-flotrlm, lUhliry. . ,
ALIO, ',r,l'i !
Hallrood Worl.
ot iTiiT Disomirnoii.
0EAI. AMBOB, Bap't. - F. AM BOB, Trtaj. '
it 1000-V.
1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Oonnetln(tOfatnn with the FITTSBVBQH,. ?li
1 WATMB k OEIOAOO RAILROAD
Ar FUHlmrsjK, fMa&iLphia and BalUmcrt. Mm
ConncUD at Glrrtlud with the LAKB BB0B1 SAIL
... p,0A1)
Fr Dankvlrk, BaffalorAlbanr, nse
tou, and Titr Horn.
THREE TRAINS! DAILY,
KX0BPI BUKDAT,
from Oolombaa, lo ooMetlea Vlthlrilai on th
Jinn JlK-n J.Il UAliiUOAUS
f IBSt TB.AIH. "
NIOBT XZPBXBS. LttTM Oolambai at 3.40 A,M
will kT BaMBn at all itaUoo ath ot Gallon,
Mop at DUart, Aihley, Cardinftoa and Olltad, aad
at allitaUnsa north of Otllor, arnrlni at OIraUn4
atO OUA. HM Pnoklrk3:00 P. M., BaJUlo 4 StS P. M.
Alkanyl.tO A. M., he Vortt f:3 A. M., Boton;30
t. M., Fliubargh Tl OmUlM WO P. M , Phllad!
UaklO A.M. ChlcTUOrMUnatTMUV. At,
aKC0NxKAi, , . "
NIK tOHK tiPRESS Lan Oolomboi at
a. UI tiop at Lw Coatr, (rr Whit Balpkar
prlnp), tcl.ir, t:rdUi(too, Sallon, OntllM,a.
by,Mw Lotulon, WalUnitoa and Orafton, arrtr at
01Tland at 1:33 p. Snnklrk, 6:30 p. m. Buf
falo, 10.HS p.. i ABmbj, 81a,m.SwXoiE,l.iJ
. a. Book. il.a. ThU Train wnnMH at BlMl
by for Baadatky, awl at Ouftoa for Toledo, arrlrlsf at
TldatO:Up.ai. , : ,
MAJTX i JTlf ACC0MM0pATI0N-LTt Oolnmbni
at (.30 f. a'.. Will Mop at all MaUont Booth of
belby, aad at Mv . vooos, Welllnfton, firafton,
and Bma; arrlTlay at ClUd at B:30 p. a t Pan
MrV 1:00a. a. Banal, I'M, ra. Albany, p. a.;
wTork. 740 p. a.i Boitoo, Jl:5 p. m.l JPItUbank,
t0rUto,i llip. a.) Philadelphia, 1:00 p.m.,
Ohwago, wis OnetllM. : a. n. Thu Train eonsMti
at kholbf for Bandnaky and Toledo, arrlTlnf at Xold
- ii i t 1 i : ,r '..i.' i- Vi
Yattnt Sleapisf Cari are ran on all
Sight Tr&iaJ to Chieago, Saw 1 ,f
"York andBoiton.
Maggot Ctnettd Thnmgio Jftw York and Sotton
Uk abmiU alto, to PMlaiUipMa mud .
..,4-.,RETORH!Ifp..V.li, . ;:
Hlaht Ixprea intra atOelnabu t.,.kl:14 P. JAV"'
Olodnnatl BaprurriTiatOoliMabafatlO:30A. M.
APSOBunodaUoo, Xzpna arrlr at Colombo at T:M
rara tt l.oitv.- nrlh BfBtd
' i i Ml -H I .rtwl
' -I ' a.a. IUNT. : .rr on
, ,;j ,,;epnuiaooh uMveuad, w.
1 JAMEB PATTERBOff, Ant, " '
. ...HI'. Onlrimkiia ftH.:: f
OolmakiM, Job 17, 16S1
Jut RMOtad!
1AA J1"' OH OREEN and BtiACK
1U V TKAI IQO ban prbM Bio Oone.
1 0 kia M Pntoh SoTtnunrat Jit Ooff.
4 Carl flMlra OoTTm.
OOQbbli, tadard Wbtt Borar, oolllii)f' of Pow
dnd, UhraahM, Kraoauttd A an M UalM.
BO nlntal Gonn
uom uao uoanin.
aObbla. At and No
B tea. Plok fulnon.' ,
1 Mckerl.'".:
i, tVJr a.3 .J.J. '
100 ba. Layer Kaitiol
COW. boa do 1 doT f . ' - rr-, f IV
IOO or. boa de1-1 dd
ItK) U 01na, dlJIcreat braiull and pnl. 1 - -'"!
mv7 wm. McDonald.
M C. LILL'EY.
soor; 33xrix3ijxt
And Blank-Book Kannlkntaror;
. VOBTaVBiaX STEZXZ, CQLimUI, OHIO
BBWClaVlAT " ".1f
T 1 TtTI . . . 1T1 .
-1 .
HECK TlKd :
Jnjtopaalbf;-j ..va cl
. -aAWkBON,,..
'.pVe.Wlona Blgh alrW.
a nsAva; jaotir jaxBT. ku tic
" Bit luat rnlT4 a aakt rttrHOOf BTtlBTI
DU1ABILTTT m"CACltJtN'I:',
I
; "WOROESTJ2R'S
ROYAL QUARtODICnONARYr
The latMt-Tia largait-Tko But,
; The Cnaapeit Beoauo tha Beit,
,. - ,i . i ' , l.-.W l 1 al-ii..- ,
ino.t Hukja ataadard A
, tboritf of the Eat-Uaulianrvkta.'
iS BimdrtS fmiumi Bhwdort of 0Mo,
"THfl BEBI IMOUBH DMTI0HAK BITANT."
-' rary Mm BvtrfuKtr.'
'Hi art npwirdl of Handr4 Thooaand Word,
whoei imnltirariont tneanln and derlTaUoni, torthr
with thttreontot pllln(,and prontuMiatlon an clearly
Mtbtfor ih .' . . . .. .
! r .. Cincinnati OmnnrMal.
Mad th4lKttUmt of tha Un&or 'i of tU OMoStaU
. ..7eArMoiafo.
th nndtrtlined, memban of th Ohio Itat Taaehan
laoolatlon, adopt and aba ton la teaching, writing
and ipeaklnit, tbe orthography and prenauolatloa of
Woroeitar' Boyal Qnarto Dlotlonary, and w moat oor
dlally noommnd It a ih aoat rellabl Mandard a
thority of th Bagllah langoag, aaltl nw writua and
qioken. , . . .. . . j ,., ,, ... i
Lpatw Ajtomw, Pntldtnt Knyon Ooller.
M. u.Lnwrrr, Superintendent Zanetrlll Bchooll.
Taoj. W. Banrar, tup't Maallon Union Behooli,
. . Oownaar, Sup't Publle Bobool, Bandnaky, '
Jotm Lrnca, Bup't Pnbllo School, Olrelerlll.
o. N. SairroiD, Principal Olmlud Itmal Semina
ry. W. Bmmt, Snp't Pnbll School!, Mt. Union.
JohkOodw, prinolpat Stat Normal School, Minn-
0nnAn,PrinoIpil fourth' InterBedat School,
H. 8. Maaroi, Snp't Canton Union School!. '
BinrilBMAt,PrlnalpfilMoMb7 Bonaal School. '
. lu T. TiiTiH, Prof. Mathematics. Ohio UnlTemtty.
WK. W. Xnwaine, Snp't Troy Union School.
A. 0. Honiin, Prinolpal WM igh School, 01m
land. ...
B. A. NolToa. Aaaoolata PrlnMnal Rlih Irhaol. fllMra.
land. " m '
Saionou Itiium, Principal High School, 01t
land. :'.!,. t . - .;
B. 7. HoHitTon, Principal Olmland Initltnle.
J. A. Oaariaxo, Preiident ef Xlectlo Inatitnt. Hi
ram.
Unlnnlty. '
H. H.SajurtT, K-0mmliV)nr of Ooauaoa SchooU,
Ohio.
Jahbi Momtoa, Prof. Rhetoric, ObtrUa College
Tao.HiuPrealdentAatloehOllege. 0. W. H. OAtaoAJtT, Prof. MalhemaUca, . High
School, Dayton.
8. O. OanHBAnaa. Pmf. TjnmUM. ITIvh BflVAAl.
Davlon. ' '
M. Eaaua, Snp't Union School. Aahlaad.
Jforw Uan Btm IhmAriA eir PrttUmdM at ruu.
tot, froftitort, AnUoro and PUUnguUKti JUkm
ton, A at tndorud Oo abov imHmtnt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Vaxiitta Oollboi "It I trnlv a aantftaent work.
en honor to th anther, the pubUhr,nd thtwhol
eountry." Prealdenl Andrew.
OatO WntLaTAn TTanrtaurrv Ti amajbla nw tnaplfl.
tlOn. It will ha aa amtHa In Arthmmnhw and nmnnn.
olation, and will often be eontaltedbyaeforTta neat
n4 eoourat deflnltloni." Praldeat Thorn peon.
n. a. boiktio Oouei-"Hmtofore we har uad
webeter'a orthoeranhv. At a vaoant maaUnv aff Mr
faonity.lt waa decided to chant It to conform to that
of Wore!' Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Preldnt
0rHeld. v
le-ma BjcrHTl Oouau.-xi Bad It worth of
ovraai approoauon rreiaoi ainsoocs.
uRa votuej. -it nor then rnetu ary expect
Uom. I rMoamend it a th atandard authorlteln
rthoepy to my ehlldrea and my pupil." President
nerpoi. . - .- x,- .. ... ...
Aim oca CotXMl."I adbotand aim to aa In tMh
Ing, ritlngand rpeaklng, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Woroeeter Soyal Quarto Dictionary."
Preddest Hill. ..... V
"I til my wrltln. eoeaklor. and teaohlnr. I hare en.
dearored to eonform to the role fcr ortbography and
pronunciation a contained la Wont etc ri Dlotlonary."
Horace Mann, lata Preiident.
EnrroR Oouaai, Oajfraa. ''I mett cardial 1 reooav
mono) It a th moat reliable Mtaderd neboiity of the
Bngltth langnag aa It la aow wrltwa and tpoken."
Praldeat Aadrewi. i i t - -
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS Of)HIO.
fron Bat. Anton AnyO, OtmmUtiomr of . Common
OCAOOU M CUO. 1
aTh lMetlonar la an fanrjertahabl aonnmani to the
learnbigand Industry of It author, aad an honor to the
world of letter. The mechanical execution Itfaraipo-
nor w mat ei any other Aiexieoa wita wdkh A an
quainiett.-
From Bon. B. B. Bamty. Mk-OmmUtlonor
Sonoot Ohio, i
"Th mot reliable itandard authority of Ih
run.''
WHAT TBI
Hrfwulina N"ewappora of Ohio Sat
Iron th OloMtani Mtrald of Martk.
Th orthography of th Woreeeter Dictionary I that
urn uj Dnu ii uui an, auuiuia v. uuiinuui tu tuia
oonntry and Bngland, and eonform to th general
ol ordinary writer an ipeaaer, ' 1
Whaterer nrelndloe aay bar exti ted nnrloaity, a
earaful study of this Tolnme will Inrartably be followed
by a warm appreciation or m gnat mm, ana Mire
to add It to th well t looted library, be U large or analL,
It I a library intteelf. aad will remain an lmMriiha-
bl record of tbe learning of It eotnptler. i
from too (XnoinnaH Oommorotal of April SO.
! Hire r crrord! of hosdred thonaand woTtfHrood,
bad and rndlffrnt who aaltlfarioa aaalng and
deriratlon, together with their correct pelllngna pro
oanclatlon, lie t olrly befor th y. The work 1
anqneitlonkbly th greateit Theauru ot Ingllah Word
erer pabUahtd. -. ...... . . -J -
iron to noUmi rwtwitaltr of an. W, 1880.
Xrldentlr Wclcirm'l Both. Qoaut StOTtoaaar a
aol only Mela, but A wtwrkoftkthtdooori'
Ml,odoaa by no poaibiuty tuSr by oomptrlaoa or
oontgoTwiy. i
l rroni4TbloioBUtrf Mof1. 'y'
A tb raowbiroiATiolr. Woaxerfta iftn StahdaMi
followed by our beet aatbore; la deftnltton be leare
nothing to b dctlred, tad In OftTaoanAraT It I inOctenl
lo y Kilt woRccmm can be tartly followed.
Fn blither, UkwlUra dc 0tatl)nr
191 BUPIBI0& BTrLBTBLANS, OHIO.
E lfUTTJAL BENEFIT:; .
LIEE; INSURANCE .COMPANY,
jjf-iSi?: 01"ai n.u i - i rw
owarlt, T-
Pivldead Jaanarr I 1 86 1 , 40 Per Cant.
ASSXTB.,....,......x.S3I9rUI SO.
ptaianaaat Janaary if 1801 ' ',
Balaacd, periatament Jo' let, 1800. : ,:,3,t08, 38 1 30
BolTd for Premlam dor- ....
lag th jeer lHto .7I,0J3 33 , ,ri. ,
Beelted for tntereit during
,th tear 1600 l4,01i -
: Catat NOlnl for 18.'..',i977.od7 7 .
WdOllmbyDeth,o7,0W()0 ' ,' . ..
Paid Poltol nrrn-
dared...... 41.111 U -I.-:. .11 : .tlt '
tvij aiA. Pa.. ...
v.- .. .. . i .
I M .ITf Ii 1
l I : Ii ,l.r:a I. :
,Tr, xaze,
' chacre, m..V IIW 51
Paid Oommladoni to
Agent 31,333 30
Paid PhuWan1 fee.' 5,WX) V5
Paid AmmlOe. . . .. J 1,317 W J
i I
Paid DWdon dor-
ylnglhejear.,.., .106.300 73 303,(101 OS
ill.STS M
.Ket Balaooe Tannary lit, 1801,,...
13,819,358 50
.l n m I ". ASBBTB,. ' ' ' '
Ouh bn hand - I8 J284H '
Bond and Mortgaae on Boa 1
Batat, worth double the .
amonat loand. 1,347,841 SB .
Premium Hotel, oa PeUatee . . . ' .'.'
la tor, only drawing par . .; ,
' cent. IntereeU. I.STS.Ptu 17
Baal Xltal...... .......... S0.W3 87 ' '
Loanoorlp........... 8,03144
rremlna,MoMaauu,, t- v
1 1.
otfrt 9tt teBpilloa.j.. . iiyXi 73.
ii .... A
i - Votdl Aakt.'..U .'. U ..
a,8U,58 SO
T8T5PoUcle to foroe, hnwhi--ais,480J13i
1 f lrtSJ tew Politic lar been laraid daring th yeai,
, . . , ... .... .... . . .
, .After ear mi caicniation or in preeent yai-Mi ol th
ntatandlng Pollclet of tb Company, and hering th
nmmtary, MaoM ta reeerr therefor, th Director!
bar declared a Pi runt ef 43 per ant. oo th PrenaV
am paid at th table rate!, to all policies for life la force,
laaed prior to January 1, I860, payabl aooordlnf to th
prenni ruif ti veapeny. -
Bahnfoi all kladaaf Lit CoekmntKile. Proececi-
du,Bttmntt, And ApplletUon, will be furnished
w.Tauoa aa iKtiM vino rAieoMoei an voa-
pany.
t.,iTtt,Jfl .anoTBiu Visa Praaldani. J
'Jl 0.MIALKIU Seoetari ! ' - ira
T i. ,o... Il,U.Ef40rta JAMAIS i'
niiAIN A N rinirmirio att.arrtg
PHSHS B1LBR, 4 erare rnl,, AM eeleet
auartmeat la th stln and at aott nwM. rM.
aaavraaeaii
.At. I,
- ltWI riA .If. it e 4II aktlN.
la, as lu-. uuh urai..
t-v-street.
I
A compound remedy, deiignea to be the most
effectual tAltirativ that can be made.' It li
concentrated extract of Para Sariaparilla,
to combined with other ubstance of still
greater alterative power at to afford en effec
tire antidote for the diseaaes Saieaparilla It
reputed to cure. It it believed that such a
remedy it wanted by those -who suffer from
Strumous complaint!, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large elate of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints : :,' '. ' : ; ', ! .
SoRorut AND ScBOPtLovs Complaints,
Ebuptions ahd Ervpttvh DisbaSs, Ulcers,
Pimples,' Blotches, Ttooes, Salt Bhevm,
Scald Head, Stphilis and JSyphilitio Art
raoTioHs, MbucoeialDiiease, DnortT, Nec
Baloia on Tro DoviotrsEtnt, Dtvxuxi, Drs
P1PSIA and IndioestioN, Ebtsipelas, Eos
or St. AjtiHONt'a Firi, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arlsinjtfm IirrtrHrrv op
thb Blood. ;; , , V'.'i
' ThU compound will M-t)uad a great pro
motet of health, when taken irt the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at thnt season of the year. .By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud, Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
tores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assiitted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
br an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores oleanie it when yoa find it is ob
structed and slugguh in the veins cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
it felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing tha blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; 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.
Sarsoparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. - But
the world has been egrcgiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone lias 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 tiling else. '-. ' ' . r
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to 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, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself it justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition aad cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we nave 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 judiciously taken according to. directions on
the bottle. ' .'- ; -
: prepared bt ' '
DR. J C. AYER 6c CO.
LOWELL. MASS.
Price, fl per Bottle t Blx Bottles far $3.
Ayers CherryCPectoral
bat won for ltielf eueh a retMera (or th care of
Tery variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it ik entirely unnecessary , for .us to recount the
evidence or its virtues, wherever It Has been em
ployed. As it ha long been in constant use
throughout thi section, re need not do more than
assure th people its quality is kept up to th 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,
TOIl TUX CUSS OT
Cotf irene, ' Jaundice. . Dusnepiia, , Indlqettion,
Dytenttry, Foul Stomach, Erytiptlat, Headache,
Filet, Hheumntttm, Eruptions mid SMn Dueates,
Livor Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Tumor and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Kettralgia, a a
Dinner Pitt, and for j'urifjing tho Blood.
Inty ire sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic.
Price 25 cents por Box ; Five boxes for $1.09,
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, ana eminent personage, have lent their
name to certify the unparalleled usafulnet of these
remedies, but our spice here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which tber
an given l with alo full descriptions of the abov
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure, it .- t
vo not be put oil by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ater's, and taka no other. I n tick
want th best aid there i for them, and they should
have it.
All our remedies'are for sal by
BOBBBTS a SAMUBL. Oolambui.
And by Sngglit and Da!n vrywhr.
DovKiya.twaw ..
CAJADIAJI k TJSIIXD STATES MALI
i-STEAMERS
. ! " xo Ajtu mom ... .
LONDONDERRY, .GLASGOW,
; Liverpool, Montreal, Quebeo,
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Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Clnoinnatl, Dayton tk Indianapolis
Through to Indian aoolls withoat Change of Cars
' and but One Changs of Cars between .
1 . Columbus and St. Louie. .iu i '
Four Trains Daily from (jolumbus.
i ' ; first"train.
u AOOOMMODATIOtt at 8 a. m., stopping at ail sta
tions between Oolnmbus and Cincinnati aod Dayton, ar-
rtVlna al ainfttnnkit akinnA a. m. at Tlflvln at
8 10 a. m., eonneotli at Davton far Iodlansoolla and
the West. , .
, SECOND TRAIN.
v muuu s ii.wai iaa sjivulujb; ayvgii wiwvui
London, ObarUston, 0drvlil, Xenia, Bprltg Valley,
vorwin, areepors, ion Ancient, oiorrow at., loanon,
Poiter'i. Loveland and MilfonL arrlrlue at Cincinnati
t4.30 p, m., Dayton at 9.43 p. B.,oonneettr-wlth th
Ohio and Mlsalsstppl Railroad for Louisville, Ky., Tin.
eennee. Cairo, 8u Xouia, New Orleans, eto.i at Dayton
ror indlanapolli, Larayotte, Torre Haul, Chicago aod
111 Western poloti.
THIRD TRAIN. .
MAIL at 0.10 p. m., stopping at all iiatlom between
Columbus and Xenia, and at Bprlag V sjtey, Oorwin,
Morrow and Loveland, arriving at CinclnnaU at S a, m.
.".Ii FOURTH TRAIN.
NIGHT EXPRKSS, via Dayton, at 13 00 "midnight;
stopping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddletowa and
Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at 5.85 a. m. I at Day
ton at 9.33 a. m.; oonneotlog at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and MfMlmlppI Railroad lor Louisville, Zvanavllle,
Tlnoennei, Cairo, St. Louis. Memphis, New Orleane,
and all point South and Bouth-west; alio, at Dayton
for Indlanipolli, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, elo,
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further Information aod Through Tieketi,
L. SOHEKIV, Ticket Agent. Culon Depot,
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P. W. 8TBADBR.
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
. . JNO. W. DOHBBTT,
r. ,., j. ... Agent, OelMmbaa,
. B. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Columbui, July 14, 1861.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
RAILROADS COMBINED !
coNNBcrma at billaibb with tux ;'
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
, AND AT. PITTBBUBQa WITH THX
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL.
EAILEOAD:
Shorteet, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities !
Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
1 i MORNING ZXPBBSS ...
Leaves Oolnmbus 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
Bel lair or Bteubenviilo I arrive t Bellsire, 10.80 A.
M.l Btenbenvlll. 12.20 P. M. ! Plttabnrah. 3.40 P.M.:
Barrlsbnrg, 1. 10 A. M.l (a AUtntovm, arrive at New
York 8.00 A. M.J PAUacUlphia, anlve at Phila
delphia, S.10 A. M.i New York, 10.30 A. M. Connect!
also at Harrlsburg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.43 A. M.
Sleeping' Can attached to this Train
Proln Colombo, ma dtrotb. thronel to AMIIalre vr
Pittsburgh without change; and PasKnger via Allen-
town arriv in new xork at ni.u.,
TT7TW0 HOURS IN ADVANCE OP NORTHERN
i.iriB,
This Train also connects at Bellaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
' PITTSBURGH EXPRESS.
Lean Columbui 11 S3 A. M , from Union Depot, vli
Bteubenvlllet arrive at Newark, 19 50 P. M.i Coshoc
ton, 9.15 P. M. Btnbnvlll, 8 P. M.; PltUburg, 8.40
P. M. Tr7lhl 1 trwonly route by which Paasenrera
can leave umcinnau at 7 A. Al., go tnrongn to rnti'
burgh In daylight, without change of care or delay.
. . PAST LINX. ,.'
Leave Oolnmbus 9.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
BellelrK arrive at Newark, 3.83 P. U.f Baneivllle,
4 33 P. M l Beilalre.7 .53 P. M.l Pittsburgh, 11.85 P.
M. Harrlsburg, 8.00 A. M. aia AUmtovm, arrive
tt Nw Iork.4 P. M-; (o Philatitlpkia, arrtvee
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M. New Tork, S P. M, This
Train also connect at Harrlsburg for Baltimore, ar
rlvtogat 1P.M. . . a
Thl Train run through to Btllair or PltUburg with
out ohanre of Cant and froa PltUburg there la so
change of Cars to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
new rora mo one-ing
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
- FblUflelphla.or Kew York, with only , .
i oue change of Cars., , , . ,
Br thl Train Paert arrtr In Nw Tork Sr
boon In idvano of tb Northern line.
Tbto Train alio oonntct at Usllalre with thl BalUmor
and Ohio B. R.
UTTbls Route Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
and 'more laao iuu miles snorter to
New York, tbao Northern Lioes. .'
Baggage Checked Through to all im
I portant r olnti Jbait. '
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Ticket Geod aver ettber itente.
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Gen. Ticket Ageat Central Ohio B. R,
I. A. UUI0H1N8ON,
Ben. Ticket Agent Steubeuvlll Short Lln.
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Terrible
-Twenty-two Lives Lost.
From the London Time of the S6th ult., we
Uke tbe following account of one of the most
terrible railroad aooident which
slnoe the introduction of tbe railway syatem Into
WIIKIH11U,
The accident took place on Sundav. Ana-. 05.
on the London and Brighton Railway, In the
Clayton tunnel, about five miles from tbe Bright
on terminus: '
It IS necessary fbv war of nrefjnei tn atatA !
that an excursion train leaves Portsmouth for
London at b A, M., and la made due for denart.
urs from Brighton at 8:5 A. M. There is also
an exourelon train which takes Us departure
from Brighton every Suoday morning at 6:15,
which run to London without ttonniue at any
of tbe intermediate stations. Tbe regular
Parliamentary morning train, stopping at all
statloni, leaves Brighton at 8:30, being due at
London at 10.40. There are, besides, occasion
al excursion trains from Brighton; but when
ever these trains are put ou special Instruc
tions are sent out to the various ttation mas
ters, signalmen, eta. It was owing to some
failure of this last precaution that Ibe casually
oconrred.
Tbe Portsmouth train which, as previously
stated, passes through Brighton for London at
8:5 A.M. left the elation about ita appointed
time, and duly arrived at the Clayton tunnel,
where tbe 'all right" signal was displayed
Tbe train passed on without interruption. Im
mediately afterwards, the 8:15 trom Brighton
oame within sight of tbe signalman, lie, re
membering that the Portsmouth train had gone
by a very short time previously, alleges that be
attempted to put on the "stop signal' which he
found would not act. He then showed a red
flag, indicating danger, to tbe driver of tbe
Brighton train, who was close upon tbe signal
man's box, near the tunnel's mouth, at the
time. Tbe engine driver, however, with great
presence oi mind, thinking, doubtless, from the
signal, that tbe train which he knew bad preced
ed him had not got clear, Immediately reversed
his engine. The impetus prevented the train
being pulled up before it had proceeded some
dietauoe Into the tunnel.
A man is stationed at either end of each to
telegraph the entry and egress of all trains, in
order that two trains shall not be in tbe tunnel
at tbe tame time. Tbe signalman at the Bright
on end of the Clayton tunnel, perceiving that,
In spile of the red flag, the teoond train did not
ttop, imagined that ite driver had not teen it,
and telegraphed to tbe other end to know wheth
er the train had paaaed through, aod received
for answer that it bad. He did not know at tbe
time that the driver of tbe second train bad
seen tbe red signal, that be bad reverted hit
engine, and that the train was in backward mo
tion toward the south, or Brlebton end. Mean
while tbe 8.30 stopping-regular Parliamentary
train came in sight, and the eignalman, having
received the answer above referred to, gave tbe
usual signal for tbe train to proceed, which it
am, at its ordinary speed. Wttbin a short dis
tance of tbe mouth of the tunnel, a fearful
crash ensued, tbe tecoud train backing, having
come into violent collision with the other train,
which was rushing forward. The shrieks and
or lei are described aa being most fearful and
heart-rending, the darkneaa tending to heighten
tbe terror of those who were uninjured, and
leaving them powerless to aid the wounded.
After a short time some passengers in the
flrat-class oarriages procured lighte, and pro
ceeded to render assistance. The engine of tbe
Parliamentary train bad tmashed the last car
riage in tbe excursion train, containing forty
passengers, and tbe consequences cannot be
adequately described; the unhappy passenger
were scattered and mutilated in' all directions;
several were scalded with the balling water from
toe engine, ana toeir yens ot agony were piti
able In the extreme.
-The telegraph was immediately set to work,
communicating tbe terrible nature of tbe calam
ity to Brighton. Ae speedily aa possible Mr.
Hawkins, the traffic manager, Mr. Denvil, his
assistaot, Mr. Craven, the superintendent of
tbe locomotive department, with numerous
body of workmen and others, proceeded bv spe
cial engine to the spot, accompanied by medioal
aid. Upon lbs fragments of the carriages beloe
removed, npwarda of twenty persons were found
to be dead. The engine had literally tank no
on the tecoad carriage, and tbe bodies of several
ot the sullecere were underneath. They had
either been smashed or soaided to death. On
an fortunate woman had both ber leg eut off
nst above tbe kneet, and she wts quite black
in the face. Another woman had ber scalp
torn completely off, and both her arms brok
en, One man bad hla face crushed la such
manner, as to foroe bis eyeballs from his
bead.
The bodies of the dead, twenty two in num
ber, were oarefully placed in carriages, and th
wounaea received tne most careful and unre
mitting attention from the medioal gentlemen
in attendance. : As soon a possible the wound
ed, the dying and the dead were conveyed to
Brighton, where tbe nnbappy sufferers who have
died, were placed en tablet in tbe company'
office, to await identification. The wounded
were taken to tbe Sussex County Hospital,
wnere iur. r urner, wno accompanied them from
tbe scene oi tbe disaster, attended to their ne
cessities, assisted by other medioal gentlemen.
Nine of the Passenger had bean taken into the
hospital, and two of the oases were at one teen
to require surgical operations.
A Frightful Scene.
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The London papers contain account of an
exhibition at Cremorne, on Monday evening,
the 12th ultimo. . A female Blondin had been
engaged to oroes tbe Thames on a tight-rope
from the gardens. It is said that tbe aotnal
span of the river at this point is two thousand
teet wide, while the height of tbe rope from the
water varied irom nity to one nuodred feet Im
mense crowd bad coUeoted to witness tbe feat,
and the artiste when she made her appearance
was received with loud bursts of applause.
Two-third of tbe distance had been accom
plished with apparent ease and certainty, when
the performer stopped to rest on one of th
main supports of tbe rope. She remained so
long that apprehensions of a contretemps began
to spread. Nor were they groundless, for at
tempts were made by attendants on shore and
in boats to tighten the remaining six or seven
hundred feet of rope. For a very great part of
this formidable length no guv -ropes were to be
seen, i There were talee of the ropes having
been out in the course of the preceding night
for tbe sake ef tbe weight by which tbe main
cord was or should have been made steady". On
tbe other hand, it was alleged that these weights
or gays bad nevurbeen put op. ' ; j ,"' ; ?
Alter sitting a wesntome length or time on
the narrow ledge on the summit of the timber
support, the performer essayed to advance, She
very soon round tne laix too dangerous, and
backed to ber awkward retting place. Tbe
time from ber first arrival at this point to bar
finally quitting 11 was lull three quarters of an
hour, i Again tbe female Blondin set forth, and
at. this time made so much progress that when
she hesitated for tbe second time it bad become
nearly impossible fur her to recede. . This she
nevertheless attempted, to do, auder the great-
est aunqouiea, a ot rope swayed like a garden
swing. ..Cries were raited for a Hue, and, when
one was brought efforts were made to, throw it
over tbe cord on Which the poor creature was
endeavoring to maintain net Daienoe.v i i-.- ,
v The excitement became general, and soon
Sew Into alarm, for ewmie, many pictneq
elr fears with a half suspicion that tbe dagger
was only acted; but its reality soon becsoe ap
parent. Twilight was deepening, and In a little
time she would be suable to see tbe rope.
Having stood for ten mlnutos or. "longer, .unde
cided to attempt a retreat or an' advance, the
iemale Blondin sat down on tbe ropa, and bal
anced her. pole across her knees.' Renewed
efforts vers made to throw eords over the main
rope, but nnncoessfolly. Al length, en oatory
was maae that she was going to lalL. At that
moment sDe relinquished her pole, whloh oame
splashing down among the boats below. In an
other the was clinging by her bands, now to tbe
"tight" rope, now to a couple of weights, and
now to tbe eords by whloh part of tbe rope was
held In Imperfect steadiness. The courage dit
P yi'y ber at this period was truly admira
ble. Descending by tbe grasp of a three quar
ter Inch cord, or roar wbale line, in fact, this
dariog Imitator of tbe "Hero ot Niagara"
reaohed in safety a boat which bad been rowed
toberresoae. On reaohiog the boat she was
loudly cheered, and received quite an ovation
5 he,r.reta,n t0 gardens, where tbe lament
ui ter" her 00' b,Tin8' completed a task
which the felt thoroughly eompetent to per
form. Her bands, tt Is stated, were severely
out by the line which had afforded ber tbe
means of escape.
"I'll Smash Yer Head."
"Come back here, or I'll smaah yer bead for
you I'm not going to run after yoa the whole
blotted day come back, I tell ye."
It seem bard to believe that a mother would
nee suob language, words not proper to be
spoken to a dog; yet to It was. Tbe little tod
dler of scarcely more than two summers bad
esoaped tbe din and dense air of tbe bouee, aud
upon the pavement was enjoying the sunlight
and the fresh air of heaven. In feature and
gesture bo was a perfect pioture of intenee en
joyment. He wat intoxicated with delight. It
teemed that every limb was thrilled aod every
pore of the body was Itching with ecstaoy. As
be turned the corner of the street sod passed ot,
bis little drum aticks flying about trying to beat
time to tne nappy mueio or bis overjoyed beart,
bit arma and every finger extended, hie face as
lull ot joy as ths full moon in the almanac and
shouting with each breath, "Goin see pap"
"Goln1 eee pap," we halted and looked after
nim, wondering that so small a boy could oon
tain so much of ecstaoy.
Tbe little fellow bad every escape pipe open,
and yet he teemed in danger of an explosion,
until be was overtaken by the words of our text;
and the words only served to quicken bit ener
glet and hasten him along. Who wondertl
' 1 wat like tbe terror! of tha abvea chaalnc the
joys of light. He seemed to have learned, early
in lite, that bis mother's words were no more
to be regarded than tbe idle wind, and from her
fierce anger there was nothing so genial as es
cape, for this the little spirit was willing; but
tbe tender limbs were unable, and with tbe col
lision there came a fearful collapse, which was
full of broken spirit, anger and sorrow.
From the whole appearance of tbe excited
mother, we expected to see the little top-heavy
bead all smashed to jelly by the first blow, and
the little towy curls all besmeared with brain
and gore; but not eo. The smashing blows
came thick and fast, mingled with most bitter
words, and it the mother'a threats to smash the
bead be all executed as this wat, we opine that
ere tbe son it older he will soaroely know enough
to tell "which end his head Is on."
Is this, taid I to myself, as the conquering
mother dragged the prisoner back to bit con
flnement, he at the same time drowning ber
angry threats and npbraldings with the cries of
his broken spirit's displeasure; is this govern
meat) The secret of all government is found
In tbe respeot of tbe subject for the governing
power. This Is the rule In the family, in the
school and In tbe nation. What respeot will a
child have tor such a parent mother though
she may be, and if a mother can bring up a
child thus schooled in falsity, abuse and anger,
what respect can tbe youth and the crown up
man have for tbe outside world, for tbe forms
of society for law and order. Tha very germ
of bis better nature geta the withering blight
of death fixed at its center before he leaves his
cradle
Society may protect itself against the dep
redations of such men by ita police, ita jails
and ! prisons, but they only palliate. The
germ of the trouble lies further back aod
cannot be reached without reaching that power
wh'oh bend tbe twig, and incline the tree.
When the calm hour cuuitte, aud tbouguta of
life, ita Outlet and destinies steal over that
other's heart, will tbe not tremble? Are
there not hours when she thinks that she is
responsible tor the glimpses of joy and the
ciouas ot sorrow wnicn will come to the sou
of tbe growing man ber son, blood of her
blood, bone of her bone? . Wonld she have bim
like herself 7 Will she not make him worae
even than she is? Surely, if she thicks of
tneae mines sees toem as they are- as she must
see them when ber angry soul's fitful dream is
over and she awakes In tbe dawning of reason,
she will tremble. If she would train up a child
in ths way it should go, let ber pause, lest the
little "brat" whose head tbe promised to
smash," who never dreamed that it was wrong
to enjoy tbe sunlight and air, may yet live to
crush ber heart, and bring panga which she
never before knew. Sandntkf Register.
"I've Done Smoking."
Too following is from the Boston' Trmveler.
Let those who tmoke go and, do likewise,, and
the blessing will follow the deeds
Uur trlend delivered hlmieir thus, honestly
and in earnest. As he emptied his mouth of
the last cigar, pur mouth become full full of
Blessed is ths man Mmeif. . He is more wise,
more cleanly, more savory, and more reasona
ble, than . when he went smoking and puffing
about like locomotive.
Bleaaed is the man's wt. . She is the , happi
est woman, for tbe four reasons mentioned in
tbe last sentence, and for many more. She had
hoped against hope for the last puff, bnt it baa
been made at last. We seem to see her face
brighten, ber step Is more elastic, her voice is
sweeter, ber welcome to ber. husband, aa be
reaches borne, is more cordial . She baa oar
hearty congratulation. :,
Bleaaed Is tbe man's houi. An unsavory
spirit haa gone out of it. More easy can it be
kept neat and tidy, uia repeiiancea win re
pulse no more. . :
Blessed Is tbe man's apparel. A certain fra
eranoe has left iti but not to tbe sorrow of
tboae oft in proximity with him.gi Hit wardrobe
is minus a real annoyanoe, and plus tbe bene
diction of many a friend. , i .. : '
. And . blessed Is tbe man's fWA. , In the
smoke and firs he so long kept beneath his nos
trils, he fed an insidious enemy,. Aod bis
whole nervous and digestive system unite in the
benediction we now indite. . :''.,. -
And blessed it tbe man's pocket. A leak is
stopped. As much as before will now in, and
leea How out. We aeem to near a voice lom
that quarter, "there will be batter days in the
department of oar master's domains.'
Aud blessed is ths man's reaeiiKiea. ,, May U
tower aloft, like a granite pillar, above all the
smoke aod fire that may assail it, . The last
pnff 1 : Be it the last! And though tbe smokers
will not join, yet there be enough to unite Jo a
uearty Ameau ,:::. :: t. ..
The Pacific Telegraph.
Xt Is expeoted that by the first of January en
suing the line of telegraph connecting St.
Louis with San Franoisco will bs completed and
la working order. .This is an enterprise of Im
mense Importance both to wniornia and to tne
"Atlantic States," as that part of the Union
lying east of tbe Rocky Mountains Is called oat
there. Steadily the improvements of the age
nave been bringing together, as il were, the
toattered sections of nor country, and none
have bad mors reason to rejolc at this progress
thn tb people of tbe Golden State. .When a
railroad shall nave been laid, and tbalroa borse
plunges across the ravines and plains from the
Mississippi to tne rtoino, scienoe may pause in
this work of clasping .a OQniinent. and allow
feelings of mutual friendship and fraternity to
oo ue remainaer. ii, wnen tne railroad and
the telegraph have gathered the divergent tea.
tions or our territory under a . material allii
auce, some blessed Providence1 shalf "have re-
storxl the political Union hat was once oor
pride and boaat, what a glorious day that, will be.
for America: At. Uui KrmbUtan. t
. , . I Canton Ilatlis-x
j K4 -' ' tTbltat aad lied- 0
Tt .Whit Cheoked ol superior onMtty. tnr eale byj ;..
- BAIN a RUN", . l1"-
V gahSS .;, .1 . , HB8 6tBH!ghV
STONE'S BAZAAR
No. 4! Grwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'lTAMA
them. No inch itock of Goods haTevir hi.. hZT?,
&2: aL? SSt .
r, ' -tt Kb uivsjaj imtn mitm. bMik
wrutw or UiAtin, Mil w ma and vlli Mii aBr
very derronent of "", P'et In
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
UATUMAN VELOURS, -' !
BROCHE VALENCIA8, r r v
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
BLACK ALPACAS ' ' - - 1
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand . Dollars Worth
Bought in One . Day,
LADIESFURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Men's, ladle aod Children a Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladies. Misses and Chlldren'a Ho.itr.nf .n irinH. in
Wool aod Lamb' Wool: Ileeor Lined and Onttnn ninw..
of every make.
ALSO
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of .
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERE3,
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, ' '
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, &0., t&O.
To penom who call on ns. we nleilo nnr wnrH. ,n
boa them tbe largest, beat end cheapen stock of Goods
ever seen In thla market, or pay them one dollar per
uv.i nun. uruaiiia
decl-dliStawltw. 8T0SB A O'HARRa.
NEW ARRIVALS
OF1 ; '
Spring & Summer- -Millinery.
j . Tha Stock Replenished
DAILY
FRO 71 LATEST IltlPOHTATIlircS 4H
NEW YORK.
MT STOCK OP ..
Spring & Summer Millinery
Ii now complete, oomp rising every variety of Milln-
try; also, a large assortment of Xmbrolderiei, Hosiery
and Notion!, dco., and la quantities and prices that can
not tall to suit all who may favor us with a call.' Tb
good! ban been bought at Panto prices, and will be told
at a small ad vano on cost. -
0 , MILLIHEBY 1 ' '
Miss M. E, YOUNG, late of New York City',
will inperlntend th Millinery Pepartment. Her long
experience In the most Fashionable Establishment In
Broadway will alone b a warranty that she will be il.le
to gtr entire satisfaction In matters or taste to all who
may favor her with their order.
Th Ladles of Columbui and vicinity will please ac
cept my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
1 would respectfully solicit a continuance of the am.
R. H. WARE,
' 68 Eaat Town St., Columbni, O.
PBICXI BEDUCKD
Trom the New 1 ork Observer. 1
Al all partis manufacturing Bearing Machines are ob
liged to p.y Mr. Howe a lioens oo each machine sold,
nd ar a so compelled to make return to nim, under
oath, as to the number sold, his books give a correct state
ment. Proa thl rellabl source we kav obtained the
following statistics. Of the machines mad In the year
lS59,ther wen cold, ... ....
By Wheeler At Wilson .81,305
T " ' I. M. Blnger a Oo ..10.AJ3
. " Grover at Baker..... 10,SdO .
showing th eel ot Wheeler Wilson to be touble
Uioee of any other Company." - -
Awarded th highest premium at ths '
- United State fain of 1048, im aod 1800;
. lso at th ;
," Ohio State ralrs of lRS9nd 1880;
' and at nearly all th County Pan In th State,
Our prices, at th law reduction, or at lot at amy
look titeK maetaln now sold, and bnt a trid higher than
tbe interior Sera Mreott otae MoA wtaevUa, bow '
forced noon the market.
The WHBBLBB a WILSON MAOHINB makes the '
Lock Stiob the onlyone whloh cannot be raveled. It
la Auk ok Both Sioaof th good, leaving no fdg or
eAainonth under.tidt. ,
AH machine teaerranted 3 year, and iuttrncMon
given la tbalr nit, fra of eharee. . v-'
' , ,.H- OaAB?,81 High it., Colombo!, 0. .
WM. 8CMKBB fc CO., '
dec3 twd3m Awfim Pike' Opera House, Clnoinnatl.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.;; ,
8team Between Ireland ajid America
l NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAt
''he following new and mcgniSoent Srst-ciasspsdlK
wheel Btcamiblpi compos th abov line: . t
ADRIATIC, 3,888 ton barthea, Capt, J. Mao
(formerly of the Collins line.) V
HirtKRNI A, 4,400 torn burthen, Capt. V. Paowe.
COLUMBIA,.. 4,400 " " , " h. Lirrca.
ANGLIA. '4,400 " " u Nioaotao " '
PAOirio, . j JMW - ", I. Bui. .ji)n4,. .
PllINCB ALBERT, (Sorew.)
;.- .. . "'. 1. li
- On of th abov ship will leave New Tort ar Boat ;
alternately very Tuesday fortnight, for Galway, car-tying-
th government mailt, touching tt gt. Johns, ,'' -
Tb Steamer! of this' lln har been eonitruoted with : ' " "
th gratt care, nndar th wpervtaloe of th govero-r'.v ,
meat, have water-tight oaparinrwl(. and ar anexoel
led loroomfort, safety and speed by any steamer afloat. . a
Thy ar eommanded by able and eiperienoed fSeers, ""...
and avery (xerllon will be mad to promote th eoasfort
of puMogtr. ' -
- An;(4peaiend Bargeoa attached t sack ship, c, ;.!, tC V
- i" I - HATES OF PASSAGE. .... .,.,. j
yirst-ilasiN.I. er Boitoa to Galway orLlwpool aiOO "
Beoondla,' -." tat .u a-.. ii 8:a
rmtrelaa. , " " , to St John's . , 3S,
ThlrHilaai.'1 4o Galway ewltvtrpoot. -4
OTany tawnia inliauSeaaBatlway, . - SO
- Third-claw passengers are liberally supplied with pro
visions of th beat ualHy, oookad aad ami by U ' "
vaiofthCompey.. -t -, r - .j,!, r:rsD oil
I jSETl'BIl TICKETS. . . ,, ,,
ParUe wishing to send for iholr friend from the aid ': J 1
oonntry oaa ebial uetts froa any town ee a railway, la, Tr A
Ireland, or froa the prinolpal cities of England end Soot
teivt, atvery low rata. i -l 4 v.'!
, Paaseigere -for New Tork, arriving by the Boston .
Steaaaa, ! forwarded to New Tork fre of (bug. ' '
, PofrtsMg. r furth.r taform.il.nj AM- 4if.il
'"ft thi ffle of th Ciafegyi "th wharf, foot of
' .aa-tllD Utr.
w1"" ,i, .,, t
RtVri.liT Oil- WATEK-rHOOk? ,
CLOAK, OLOTQB. A lao,' oilier cakes o Spring ' ' ' t
Cloak Cloth, ta all deslrabl aulxtar liindinira. Xav'v
tsls ant Button to match. UMU a KUX, , , , i ... ....
aprllS H. 89 South Hih tre

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