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VOL. VIII. NO. 9L NEW SERIES.
OHIO, TUESDAY MORNINQePT, 2d,
BU D0LLASS I IS TIAB,
InTtrlably la AdTtncr,
tyi 9)io fttattmdn
DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY AlfD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER, '
fumsaixi atd pbopbiitobi,
CT Offloe Hm. 88, 18 and 40, Horth High Bt
TIBIIB IHVABIABLT IN ADVANOB.
011 . . : . . 8 00 pirnir
11 it. ll..u V. .... .
a vu. wini) per woes, CSZIU.
in-wot.it , . . uu per year,
WSSaiyj 1 00 "
ariu. at Advertising bf the Square.
On. " V moLth 18 00
iae S month IS 00
Jo " 3 month 10 00
Dot ' 8 month 8 00
On " I Booth. S 00
One iquar 3 week.. If 00
yn. - awaetl.. a so
Ont 1 wniv... l
On. Sdays... 1 00
On 8 day... 7J
On 11 llDHrtion W
i """'""nt half mora than (h abov
iZ?'!l?Vni' LMd?a ,ni1 P1'"'1 " th column of
All uotteee required to bo publlthed by law, legalist,
II ordered on the tnaMe aiclniimi. .fta. h.
per cent, mora than th above rate.; bat .11 inch wll
appearln theTrlWeoklywIthoutoharie. ,""oow"
BOtlMII Otrdl. BOt.ZOMdinr in llia mui. I.
ti lt, 50 hi line I outside t'i.
.Mn. ii... ' i -
Notice, of BNUtp, charitable ocletlei, flra oompanteo
ae., half price. r
AUtrantienl mdvertittrnmie mutt bt paid for tit
titant- Th rale will not be varied from'
. W!tk,'i? PrU '" Belly, where U advertlm
Mttlw We.kly.lon.. Wbara hit Dally and Weekly
"!.?ih"Md'ti"'BOt? "" ,'h" Weakly will be
If the rateiof tb Daily
wiirawMii raxon except for a definite period.
F. A. B. 8IUXINS,
"Attorney at Xw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oleo Aaiboe Building, oppoilta Capitol Square.
" oolumbus, omoj
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
. MARION, OHIO.
Miekke Manufacturing Company
HAtfUI AOTUAIU OF
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Cutinft, IDU-flmrlag, Machinery.
OF ITI1T DESOUrnOM.
0HAS. AMB08, Bop't. f. AM BOS, Tnta.
decll. 1858-3 '
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
. Connecting at Orutiin. with the PITTSBURGH, FT.
WATNB At ODI0AQ0 BAILEOAD
tor PUteVurgh, Philadelphia and Mainmort. Mto
for Fort Wayne and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LA KB BHOBI BAIL-
itivoniirii, Buffalo, Albanf, Dot-
nai ana niw Horn.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
Irani Oolumbu, in connection with Train on the
niAITlI AND COLUITIBDS
janjF l,nia KAILItllAUS,
NIQHT IXPBIB8. Lnret Colnmbne at 3.40 A.M ;
atop at Dalavara, Aabley, Cardlngton and Oilead, and
at all aUUoni north o( Oalion, arrlTlna at Cleveland
at 9:00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. kt., Buffalo 4:SSP. M.
Albany 3.S0 A. M., N.w York 8:35 A. H., Boaton 9:30
v. V")B.rn,T1 "" : P. M , Phtlad.1'
Ala 1:10 A. H. OhicagoTU Oraatlln. at 7:00 P. M.
NIW YORK BXPBX8B LfaTe. Oolumbui at 11:10
Will etop at Lewie Centre, (for Whit. Sulphur
pnngij, unaware, uaraington, ttallon, Oraatlln, Shel
by, M.w London, W.lllngtoa and Grafton, arrir. at
OUt.uumI at 3:33 p. a.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m. Buf
falo, 10:J p. m.: Albany, 8:45 a. m. Hew Yoik, 1:45
p. a.) Boeton, 4:40 p.m. Thii Train Oonnaotaat Bh.l
by for Sanduaky, and ai GJafton for Toledo, arririni at
Toledo at 8:40 p.m. .
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Learei Oolumbua
at 11.30 p. m. Will atop at all itaUone South of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, Orafton,
and Smaj arrlrlng at Olereland at 8:30 p. m.; Dun
kirk, 8:00a. Buffalo, 3aiO a. m.; Albany,B-0 p.m.;
?wVorr. 70 p. m.; JSoaton. 11.43 p.m.; Pltuburgb,
aOreetllne,at 11:45 p. m.j Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Ohloago, mia Oreetllo., 0:43 a. m. Thla Train connect!
at bhilhy for Sanduaky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 855 p. a. . . . .
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all
Bight Trains to Chicago, Kew
York and Boston.
Baggaot OncAtd Through to Km Tort and Bolton
. via CktHland; alio, to Philadelphia and
Night Bipreai arrlree "at Oolumbua at. ..11:13 P. M.
, CtnetnnaU ftipreoe arrlree at Oolnmbue at 10:30 A. M.
AosoaunodaUoA Bzpreea arrlreiat Oolumbua at):50
faro m. lew ty any their Route.
lit for TlcktU eio GiailiM or Cleveland.
'.. ILIRT. . - '
Superintendent, Olereland, Ohio.
1 : J AMIS PATTERSON, Agent,
. ' . . Oolumbua, Ohio, .
OoUmbui, June 17, 1801. .
TIF. OH ORBBM and Rr.antf
1 EA8 lOO ban prim. Bio Oonee. .
ISO pocket old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
7 5 bag Ceylon Coffee. -
OObbl. ttandard Whit. Sugars, oontttting of Pow-
dred, Ohruthed, Qraaulated A and B Coffee.
. 50 cjulnlal fteorg Bank Ocdftah. :
SO bbia. Met. and No. 1 Mackerel. ' '
ft tea. Pick Salmon.
100 x. Layer Baialn.
AO hf. box do do
lOO r. box do id. t , .
lOO M Oigare, dlAreat biandi and grade. '
;va7, r .,. , v . ... WM. MoDONALD.
:u M. C LILLIEY
And Blank-Book Manufantorer,
V01TB K6H StBUT, O0IVKBTJB, OHIO
asarll llf , n-. .i;;:. -. . "
Red, , White and'Blne,,
. .' J a, t a,., . w , mi 4
Just opened by
. 1 ' .A - '
No. SS South High afreet.
- A IIBW HOOs? BKIUT. v . r
ilAiia- cto don,
xhcctft so, loutfl. aiaff.lrkiai!i; J
Hm taaj received A aew make e HOOP SKIBTI
Ialaae4 la a manner tat superior to, any iptrnduced
DURABILITY AND GRACEFtJLNJSS.;
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Tha,itatMtTna Irgit-Tha Beit,
The Cheapest Beoaoso the Best,
'The fflo.t Hellah! Rtandard Au
tboriljr of tbe EuflUn LBlfaaf"
Sim Hundred Eminent Olueatort of Ohio,
"TUB DEBT 1NOLIBH DI0TI0NABY IXTANT."
irary Men Srtryvhert,
'noie are upward, of a Hundred Thouaand Words,
wnoe. mBltllarloa Bwanlnga and derlratlona, toraUwr
with thrir oorreot epelllng, and pronnnelatlon are dearly
Mt before th. n:'
Bead th PeoUloni of tho Meniere of th Ohio Slat
JHMiri JMeootonOtw '
Th. nndenlmut. mnhM ,k nt,iA .i.i. tMi
AeaoolaUon, adopt and aim to nee In teaching, writing
and peaklnr, th. orthography and pronunciation of
woreeiter'a Boral Quarto Dictionary, and we moet eor
;."" "DOTuinena 11 ae at moet nUabK etandard ae)
Ihority of th. Inglbh language, a. It la now wrlttea and
LpiiM Arbkbwi, Pretldent Kenyoa Oollege.
H. D.LBMrrr, SaperlBtendent ZanearUle BchooU.
u 2' W Snp't HaealloB Union School..
H. OowBsav, Bup'tPubll. Sohooto, Sanduaky.
JoBjt Ltbch, Snp't Pibllo Bcboola, Olrcl.Tllle.
N. BajrroBD, Principal Olereland lemtle Seulna-
War. MimrriA, Snp't Pnblle Behoola, Mt. Union.
Jobb Oanaa, Principal Stat. Noranl Scboel, Mlnow-
0J NaiOK, Principal fourth Intermedial. School,
H. 8. Mtw, Snp't Canton Union School!.
Bdwik Bbml, Principal MoNealy Normal School.
Bu T. Tiiria, Prof. MathemaUoa, Ohio Unlreralty.
Wm. W. BBwaine, Snp't Troy Union School.
A. O. Boraun, Principal Weat High School, Olerw
land. S. A. NoaTOM, Aaaociate Principal High School, Cleve
land. Tbbobori Btirukb, Principal High School, 01 era
B. J, HDMiaroa, Principal Cleveland Inttttute.
A. OaaruLD, Preildent of Blectlo Imtlluta, Hi
ram. W. L. Haaau. Pfnf. f flhml.ir. Ohln Wallm
H. H. Bambt, Bx Oommiailonerof Common Sohoola,
Jmn HomtoB, Prof. Bhetorlo, Oberlln OolUge.
TBoe. Hux, Preaident AnUoch Oollega.
0. W. U. OaraoaaT, Prof. kU thematic, High
B. O. OatmaAnaw. Pmf. UnniM. Tllvh RrtinAl.
B. M. Baian, Snp't UbIob Sohoola, Aahland.
More than, Sim Bundrat otXtr PretLlmle of fhTU.
Se, Proftttort, Avthort and DitUnguiehtd Iduca
e, have endorted tKt above eentiment.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MaairtTA rJafxan..M"Tt k trnlv a mumlriiHInt wnrk.
an honor to th. author, the publlaheri, and th whole
eoBolry." Prwidenl Andrew,.
OHIO Wbttaw nilimm It muwli mw .miplk
Hone. It will be my gutd. la orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often b. consulted by mo for it. Beat
and accurate definitions." President Thompson.
Webstar a orthography. At raoent meeting of our
acuity, It was decided to ehant. it to oonfona to that
of Worcester's koyal Quarto Dictionary." President
WasmM Binara Ootuoa. 'I find It worth of
ouniuu appronaiioB." rreeiaent mioncocK.
OsntLm Oollbsm. "It mora than meata n, mwiit.
Uona. I recommend It as the ataadsrd authority is
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
Ajf l'looa OoaLaaB. "I adontand aim ta im In (maIi.
Isg, wrlrlnc and soeaklBC. ttjeorthoiraDhv and oronun-
siaaoa oi woroeatei f juyai quarto Dictionary."
"In all m writlnc arjaaklnr.and tnAhlns. I hava an.
dearorod to conform to the rule, for orthography and
pronunciation aa oontaineo in womeetsra uiouonarv.'
Horace Mann, lata Pretldent.
KairroiiOouxBB.OaMain-'I moat cordially
moDd It m th mott reliable ftatodartl AUthoiit of the
loKlllh lMiiTuaca u Ik la now writlAn and tnasren.1'
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Rev. Anton Smyth, OommtttUmer of Common
0OAO0M in VAUt,
"Th. Diottonar la an Imrjcrlahabl. monument ta the
learning and induatry of Ita author, and aa honor to the
world of lettere. Tbe meohanlcal execution Is far tape
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am an-
qnalntod." . 1
From Bon. B. B. Barney. Sa-Oommietiontr oj
oonoou en iio. i
"Th. moat reliable standard authority of the lan
WHAT TBI y
Hiftadina; Nowepapersi of Ohio Bay.
Iron the Cleveland Herald of March SB.
The orthography of th. Worcester Dictionary la that
uatd by mott. If not all, authors of dltttnction In thia
country and Bngland, and oonforma to the general usage
of ordinary writers andapaakere.
Whatever prejudices aiay have ex it ted prnlouery, a
careful atudy of thla volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great meritt, and a dealra
to add It to the well selected library, be It large or small,
It la a library la Itself, and will remain an Imperisha
ble record of the learning of ita oompiler. 4
Irom the Cincinnati Oomtneroial of April 90.
n.ra an upwarda of a hundred thoueaad word good,
bad and indifferent whoee multifarious meanlnge and
derivation, together with their correct pelting and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the ere. Th. work le
unqueatlonably tbe greatett Tbeaauruaof English Word
ever publiabed. '
. Jrom the Cleveland flaindtaltr of Sept. to. 1860.
Bvidently Woacxma't Botai. Qdabto Diotiorabt ie
not only the latt, bvt the tar work of the kind ever it
wed, and can by bo ponlbllltyeufferbyooinparleonor
oon trove ray. -
' From the Toledo Blade of May 90.
A to raoMONciATioii. Woactami ta tbi StanoaIid
followed by our beat authors; in definition he leave
nothing to be dealred, and In 0THOAnrr it t lufflclvnt
to ay that WoacBrraa can be safely followed.
' INOnABI BRAGG,
PnbliaUera, Baokaellera Y Stationer,
NO. 101 SUPERIOR BT., OXBVILAND, OHIO.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
f OF ' '
y - n.sBma.'rV
DlTtdena January 1 , 1 86 1 , 4 5 Per Cent,
ABBBT8. ....... .I..V..3ABA3e SO.
' Statement Januarr It 1861e
Balance, per atatement Jan. laa, 1800 13,400,381 30
Received for Premluma dar
ing the ear l0..........t763.053 33
Beeelved for Intereat during - ' K -
th. year ivou vi,oi4 IV
Total racelnta for 18C0....S9T7.067 74 "
Paid Claim, by Detb,967,050 00
Paid Policies lurren- ...
dertd 41,111 20
Paid Balaries, Pott
age, xaxes, Jtx-
chanie. etc 31.G20 54
Paid Oommiaaton to
AgenU 31,333 30
Paid Phyalelana' fee. S.Vtid 75 :
Paid Annultle 1,317 00
Paid Dividend dor-
. tag th year KA.SQO 73 805,091 63 411,078 14
Nat Balanoe January lit. 1801 3,813,538 50
...... '-, ABSITB. ,
Oath on hand...., ........ $6,0884 10 '
Bond and Mortgages on Beal
Batata, worth double tbe
amount loaned......,,.., 8,327,841 68
Premlum Note, oa Pollcle . ,.
In force, oaly drawing 6 per
cent. Interett....... l,S79,Pf4 17
Beal Batata 0O.8US 87 '
Premiums, Note and Oaah, In
couneof tranamlttion.... 43,343 73
; lotal Aatetj.. 13,813,536 SO
T,0T5 Pollclee In force, Inrurlng SB20839
1,433 new Policies have been Issued during th year.
After a careful calculation of the present value of the
outstanding Policial of the Company, and having the
neoeteart amount la reserve therefor, the Director,
have declared a Divrnax of 43 par oenU oa the Preaat
nme paid at th. table rates, to all polidea for life la force,
karaed prior to January l, 1860, payable according to the
present rule of the Company.
Bateefor all kind of Llf ConUngenotei, Preopeet
aeec, Statements, end Applteatlona, will b furntahed
without chAtaa, at the Offlo or Agenda of th. Oom-
',U' .1 "l B0BT. Ii. FATTBBB0N, Pretldent. 1
. - l-0.flIWTBB,VlDPreldU ...
BBNJ. 0; MIXLHR, Secretary.
- v ; ,-i- . U, Me BBE830IV' Agent, 1
1 -.J..-: .-!:!!.; M.4 Johaaoa Block, "
! March S8, 1801. . .. ( . . .. ,,, . Coiaatlmj, O. '
P'" 7 D. SWHt BLACK
DBBSS BILKS, el ewrrlfc The moat select
aswrtaMBt to the elty, tad at Broet reawm.ble rate. ,
... ..- .., .. ., -M a . :.. aalfl atO.BT.
,StrtU if-. '-'-'V'','"SB!tWti'
A compound remedy, derignea to be the moiit
effectual Alterative- that can be made. It it
concentrated extract of Para Sariaparilla,
10 combined with other eubatancea of still
greater alterative power a to aflbrd an eflcc
five antidote, for tho diseases Saraaparilla ia
reputed to cure. It ia believed that such a
remedy ia wanted by those who eufler from
Strumous complaints, end that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our alllicted 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
BCUOFVLA AND SonOPrI.OVS COMPLAINTS,
Eruptions and Ervptiyb Diseases, Ulcers,
Pimples, Blotches, ; Tumors, Salt Rheum,
Bcald Head, Byfhilis and Stphilitio Ap
fections, Mercurial Disbasb, Dropsy, Neu.
baloia ob T10 Douloureux, Dbdility, Dvs
PEPSIA AND InDIOESTION. ERYSIPELAS. ROMS
or St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising Arcm Impuhity of
This compound will Wtund a great pro
moter of health, when taken in tho spring, to
expel the foul humors which fetter in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are ninped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
tho endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
Bursting tnrough the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores: cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
wnenever it is foul, ana your feclinM will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep tho
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
habulum of life diaorrlprprl. tVipro pnn ha nn
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must bo wrong, and the great machinery 01
life is disordered or overthrown.
Saraaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the worm lias been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alono has not all tho virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations.
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little or the virtue of earsaparula,
or any tmng else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Saraaparilla 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 is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name Irom the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo tliink we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by tho ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to securo their complete
eradication from the system, tho remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DR. J. C. A YE It & GO.
Price, 1 per Bottle 1 Six Bottles for $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for Itself such a renown for tho euro of
every variety ot Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it i entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has boen cm
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
asiur. th peoplo its quality is kept up to tbe 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,
FOB THE CURE OF
Coetivenesi, Jaundice, Dysptjitia, Indigestion,
Dy tenter y, foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt Rheum, ' Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood.
They arc sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can tako them pleasantly, and they aro tho
beit aperient in tho world for all the purposes of a
Frioe 85 cents per Box ; Fivo boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clcrirvmcn. Phvaicians. States
men, and eminent personages, hare lent their
names to certify tho unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given i with also full descriptions of tho above
complaints, and the treatment that should bo fol
lowed for their cure. . .' .
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit mi.
Demand Ayer'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
ROBERTS Ac BAMTJ1L. Oolumbui.
And by Dragglitiand Dealers everywhere.
CAUAEIAH ft UB1TED STATES MAIL
to and rttoin
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
Th Montreal Ocean BteamahlB Ocmnan'. flrat-otaia
full-powered Olvde-bullt Steamer tail everv S)at
urdaw from PORTLAND, carrrlngth. Oanadlan and
unueu buhsi mail ana pat ten gen.
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
OANADLAN, NOVA BOOTLAN.
Shortest, Cneape.t ana Quickest Can.
AMERICA TO ALL FASTS OF XUB0PI.
Rates ot Faawjaae to Europe, '
S30, QQO, 68O.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUBBBO every Saturday , calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive oa board and land Mails and
rattenirera, to and rrom Ireland and Scotland.
ItTThee g teamen an built at Iron. In watr-Hht
compartments, carry each an expenenoed Burgeon, and
every attention is paid to the oomfort and accommoda
tion 01 passenger, a. tney proceed direct to LONDON
DB BY, the float rnk and delay of calling at Bt. John's
Is avoided. .
Glasgow paannger an fltnlthed with ran passage
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Heturu Uckeli granted at reduced ntei.
Certificate! lined for carrying to and brlnrlng ont nas
lengon from all the principal town of 6 rest Britain and
Ireland, at reduced ratea. by Oil line of iteamer, and
by th WASHINGTON L1NB Of BAILING PAOK.BTB,
Having idverpooi evary wesa.
Sight Draft, few At and upward, pay
able In Mnirlaud. relajat., Meat
land or Wale.
for passage, apply at the Office, 23 BHOAD.
WAV, New Work, and 10 YVATKK BIT..
BABEL k WABI.T,, Oeaeral Agtats, .
Or to J. R. ARMSTRONG. :
BOlO-lydaw ' ' ' ' - Pot Office, Oolumbus, Ohio.
I HAyiB THIS) BAT' ADMITTED BIT
ob JAMBS ADOAB BAIN aa partner In my batl
Ben. wh ch will luri., k. .ui
Of Bain. Son. P. BAIN. SB South Hloh at.
Oolumbus, Meet IS, 1881, feblS
:t:---'.rrT "air oatttuK
rk,u.. BELTS'., "."0-
nuiran, wh BUH
: awn, r m woen aataafaetlaa will
1 be swea to til.the vattoma kemntm7j!Sl ui
i .CjfertHof P " ta to.berttvhi
I 0.- ' :Ii
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
, i - 1 ' 1
Through to ludianapolia withoat Change of Cars
And but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
' . , vr 1
ACCOMMODATION at S a. m., itopplng at all ita-
UOOI btWeen flolnmhn and Alnrlnnl and Dull,., .n,
riving at Cincinnati at 10.05 a. m., and at. Dayton at
;v conneoung at iayton lor inuianaponi aid
No. 1 EXPRESS at 11.40 a. m.. Itopplng at JefTenon,
London, Cbarleaton, Oedarvlile, Xenia, Burlng Valley,
Oorwln, Import, fort Ancient. Morrow St., Lebanon,
lotUr'i, Loveland and Milford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 4.30 p.m., Dayton at 8.45 p. m., connecting with the
Ohio and Mlaalnlppi Railroad for Louisville, Ky.. Via.
cenne. Cairo, Bt. Loan, New Orleans, etc. I at Dayton
Indlanapolle, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Chicago and
all Weatcrn point.
MAIL at 9.10 r. m , itopplng at all atatlons belweea
Oolumbua and Xenia, and at Spring Valley, Corwln,
Morrow and Loveland, arriving at Cincinnati at S a. a.
' FOURTH TRAIN.
NIOHT BXPRE3S, via Dayton, at 18 00 midnight,
(topping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Middle to wo and
Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at 5.S5 a. m.; at Day
ton At tn. .nnnutl n . , ni. silk I V. .
Ohio and MtMlatlppI Railroad lor Loulnille, Evansvill,
Vlnoenne. Cairo, St. Lou It. Memphl, New Orleant,
and all polnta South and Bouth-wett; also, at Dayton
l..f.JI...-.,l. ... ... m . n. . .
ui iuuul.uiii, ai-fee, ierr. uaute, unicago, etc.
KT 'or farther Information and Through Tickets,
ipply to M. Ii. DOHERTY, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
P. W. BTRADER,
General Ticket Agent, Olnolnnatl,
JN0. W. DOHBBTY,
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Oolumbus, July 14, 1801.
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS COMBINED !
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BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTSBURGH WITH THB
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities 1
Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
Leaves Oolumbus 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
Belial re or Bteubenville I arrlreiat Bellaire. 10.80 A.
M.i Bteubenville, 12. SO P. M.; Pittsburgh, 3.40 P.M.;
Barrliburg, 1.18 A. M.1 via AUentovm, arrives at New
York 8.00 A. M.s via Philadelphia, arrives at Phila
delphia, S.10 A. M.; New York, 10.30 A. M. Connects
alio at Harrlsburg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.43 A. M.
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Froin Oolumbu, run directly through to Bellaire or
Plttaburgh without change; and Pasienger via Allen-
own arrive m new loraaio A. ai.,
IL7TWO HOUBS IN AdVANOX OP NORTHERN
This Train also connects at Bellaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Leave Oolumbu 1 85 A. M.. from Union Depot, via
Bteubenville; arrive at Newark, ltl.so p. u.i Uocnoe-
ton. 11.15 P. M.; Steubenvllle, S P. M.; PHUburg, S.40
r. m. ii finia it tneoniv route tv wn on raatenrara
can leave uincinnau at 7 a. at., go tnrougn to ptitc
burgh In daylight, without change of car or delay.
Leave Oolumbu 9.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Bellaire: arrive! at Newark, 3.83 P. M.I Zaneavllle,
4 33 P. M.; Bcllalre,7 .55 P. M.; Pittaburvh. 11.85 P.
H.: Uarriibnrs. 9.00 A. M.: via AUentown, arrives
at New York, 4 P. M.i via Philadelphia, arrive
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. H.; New York, 6 P. M, Ihl
Train alio connect! at llarriiburg for Baltimore, ar
riving at 1P.M.
Tn.it Train runt tnrough to Bellaire or Pitttburg with
out change of Can; and from PltUburg there ia no
change of Oars to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
new lore uu ouering
Tbe only Route from Colambus to Baltimore,
rhiladelpoia, or Mew York, with only
one change of Cars.
By this Train Passenger arrive In New Toik five
hour In advance of the Northern line,.
Thii Train alio connects at Bellaire with the Baltimore
and Ohio B.B.
UTThts Route Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana imore man iuu mue sooner to
New York, than Northern Lines.
Baggage Checked Through to all im-
. poitant Joints East.
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' OOIiVBIBTJSi OHlOi
And Seed Store,
NAILS, GLASS, BASH, PTJTTT, 00BDA0B,
wusae. araaiaoaB, wnaawiuew ware
ther and Babber Belting, lac Leather, Hon and
. Koreitlea la Neck Ilea and Scan. - - -,.
" , . ' Byroa and Garnte Oollan.
- Embroidered Pocket IlaadtsrchieOK
Tarls KM Glove, niparlor mak.
Golden Hill Bhlrte, various ttjlee.
Boys' Go idea HUI Shirts, do
Driving and Street Gloves, do m
: Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, varloas atylef .
Half Hon and Uodar Garment, 1 ,r
. J .,; - BAIN at BON, i'
AprllS ' . .., No. ! South High street..
HOWARD & 00!B.
AMERICAN WATCHES. 1
CAM AT NO. 9S, ROVTlt niOH ST..
, and lamina oar new make of .
AMERICAN WATCHES, .. .
BMnumctand by I. HOWARD Ac CO.. Boatoa. Maaa.
xneeo rr arooee are rar njwnvr ie any ining ever offered
to the public, heretofore. Having the ezclutlre agency,
I tea nil them at prion to salt the time. , I have Just
ivyvf i uv a iwg. swma w i a ,
nutactured by APPLE TON, TRAQY, A 00 I also, a
ENOIiIsn AND SWISS WATCHES
, In Sold sad Silver Cam, at Faclo price. :
,r W,J. lATAOl
Slj (Dljb Statesman
Dally, per year.. ,....
Tri-Wert ly, per, car.
Weekly, per year
. I 00
,. 1 OS
[From the Louisville Journal.]
IN THE UNION.
In lh Union of th State
- Of ear federated fan, ' ' '
Of our land and of our live.
- Our Liberty alone aurviveil
Never, then, O never
Be a t re ache root murmur breathed.
Or a .lumbering iword un.beathed.
If oar (bury Uaion fall,
' Gloom mutt then brood overall,
rratriddal .word, be oroiaed,
And our Liberty be loot,
' And our Liberty be laetl
Never, thea, O never, etc.
In that bellowed Union, then,
Let us live and die like men I
Live and die all hand In hand
Por tha Union of the land. .
For the Union of the landl
Never, then, 0 never, etc.
been livino fw .Am i . .
- - - - n, mviiUD iu n UffU
on the Volffa. In tha ftni .r t,... o
sia, foity verstj from Jaroslay, the government
uuuuiy mwu. ig reaco mat town 1 must tra
veraa a wild anrl nnlnh.kii.a ,uni. i
- --"'-"" woere
there were only two small bamleti, at one of
wuivu .u. iwcuij-versi poet mtion was ti be
found If not burled In tha m. , r
- -- -uun. icarn oi
three horses, commonly called in Russia "a
.rwiM, uau uma oareiuuy selected rrom the
various atahl nir sot.hliaKn,.n.- t n
the cost for driver and horses to be three and a
half roubles (or about a guinea, the rouble of a
hundred copecks being worth half penny or tt o
fftiA.A than fia nUlK: v , . r J
.m.c .uiiuug.1, wmco was no great
price for soch a journey in suoh weather. Two
wolves had been killed iu our principal street
within Aweek. One I had shot In my own
court yard the day before we surted, and many
reports i were surrent of their hunger and un-
naif. I Kklrfrassau Ta . . . ..
villaae. about thirt .. ai., , uj
- " - - uiaiftui, uau Deea
atucked by them in force. These facti and
aiories maae me carelul about requisite defens
et. Mv aiz-barrnl l.lin
carefully loaded; and placed In my belt readj
fns svask at wi.-nld.l..i ft i . . J
w. . u..Buuiuient wen oear-knire in a
sheatb. and a form dahia hi. ok ,k. .-j i
- . " wb.-,uvl VUUKC1
heavily weighted at the handle, belonged also
to my armament. The brandy flask, baeof
DrOVil Ons.' bottle of rar. m.tnl,,.. -j
portmanteau having been stored away, I was
-"uu" "k " mo open eieage, when a Rus
sian neighbor came op. and asked leave to join
In tbe com Dan v to JarnaLw m. -.i-ui
. . j . uciKuwr,
thoogh a gentleman for whom I bad much re
spect, was the last man I should have chosen as
a traveling companion In a narrow sledge, for
be weighed over twenty gtone, had great diffi
culty in breathing and when onoe seated, al
most required horse power to get him up aealn.
Us. ear si a. ml i . O
... ....picgioiuo, gooo-nsturea, monosvi-
tabic, oisaret amokinv nuimt..
- o wuvwnouu.iu
bo "fBsso; so, bis request granted, he rolled on
"8". niuo uu unea inree parts ot tbe
sledee. Mr Ruaaian hnnu a
" . di,, i.UM, WIUDBOU
themselves, whereby they meant, "God give
you a safe journey!" Tho members of my own
family cried. "Good-hva. fin, kin.. ... m j
the driver having gathered up tbe rope reins, I
jumped in, and with a noo-noo to the cattle, off
ww weu. uoau against a Dunoing drift.
j"" u.Tiug uueervea my weapons, grunt
d in bis own Russian, which be made the least
possible nee. "Piitilet. wi, su,
"Have jou any weapon?" I asked.
"Well, take this bear knife."
"Good," be said aeain. and relanaed Intn hi.
Daylight came BtrurnIioe throush tha heavv
morning olouds, and diAolosed a cheerless waste
nf lrl. nf 1 1 r . mi . ...
e- .Ta. i raw. i ae trees, wnion
at wide Intervals Indicated tbe route, did not
Save US from nlnncino Int.n oramt. ntt. nf ..n
snow tbe moment our driver turned from the I
a ui iiuos piace so frequently, and gave
us so much trouble in digging ourselves out,
that It was noon hnf'ni-A . h.J
.. nw Haw auauV BIAl-COU
verstg. hardlv ten miles havln h.in
on tbe way.
At thia DOint in fins imtnaw 1tvstaa aimbA
--- r jvuiuDi auv uuror ivui
the blood dancing through hit veins by the
alarmiDsT err of VniL-sit VniLr. i ia ix.t s
Wolvesl I sprang from my seat and, looking
ahead, saw six ereat s-annt. and n,,v,,
erv wolvea. aittinv ...nti. i. .... . .u.
"-- m uur way, Bt aae
distance of a hundred yards or less. Our horses
uau uuumea tnemseives together, trembling in
every limb, and refused t .ti. w.
and bawled, but the wolves also refused to stir.
.7 . iriBuu gaioering a large bandful of hay
from tbe sledee hnttnm. I t.. ,k. -i
of a ball, and banded it to me, saying, "Match."
. uuu. aionce. i ne ariver managed,
by auful lashiog and noo-nooing, to get the
horses on, until we came within asbortdistsnoe
ot our enemies. By this time I had aneoeaded
in settlncf flra tn tha h.H nt t... j i....
a w. aim luei, aa ii
began to blase I cast it among them. It worked
."e-auwy iub wreicnes parted,
three on each side, and imii,,i v
right angles, their tails dragging aa if they were
..... U umucu me grave team laso,
lash noo, noo.
"Hurrah I" I shouted with a lightened heart:
we are safe thia time, thank God 1"
Vwlt- Look back,.sald FaUides.
I did so and aaw tha a,nlA k. a i.i-.j
each other again ia the center track, pausing
as if to deliberate. Dn i
their utmost speed, the driver standing up and
nam lean .nl ant Ht,t. .n l: , . . . r
a wuivw wi.u mi Dia miens o uree
them on to the unnn ik .
. - --- -, .ubm .nil auuui a nine
and a half ahead. Luckilv the road or track.
as far as we could see, was free from drift, and
our hope was that we could gain the station be.
J0" " wolves, should tbey pursue us. Look-
.u5 jus. aa we turned a oend In the track,
. -w we wuuie pace in swnt pursuit.
" 1 have been AftAn tnlA ,h.t .i m
WU1TB. Will U(H
attack a party unless In a larva nanir v.i
here thev If AT A. aValTlintT tin A atab M. . Ai
V . I a M aw SBaVBa, UBp tUfjTV
was no doubt of (hat. Hunger throagh a long
and severe winter had made them daring.--
With tha fianantntiehAAa ftP an ai j ...
- - v. u .uipsuuiuK ueaui-
struggle, I prepared for the result. My thoughts
rant f A aha m . . r . . .. .
- uiuuieui iu my who ana cniidrent
for another, tn tha ri.A. mnu... .
Then, throwing off my sheepskin coat, so as
not to Impede the fire action of my arms and
legs, I sprang on the front seat beside the driver,
Tint, m W Kaolr 4a Iaa k i m . ,
r ej v-vaB. bv iuq uursHiB uau my lace to toe
enemv. I aulii tn th. Hrtva.- iiTk.. u
lng, brother; drive fast but steadily. I have
six bullets in this pistol. Don't novo from
your seat, but drive right ia the center of the
im.i ii as . . .... . . .
" ' int companion sat sua in nis cor
ner, and neither moved nor spoke; but I saw
the blade of my bear-knife gleaming In his
The track: had hummm bama. an it,. k
- - ...V IU.I ,H.
horBASnrHild nnt malni.ln ,K.I. .... T. -k.
mw.. avw. iu m auurt
time the wolves ran beside the sledge; tha
MuravB Biraiucu bdh boo on, seeping taeir dla
tanne. hut In fnrnlnrr nn. m thMnnk a J.tf, ...
came to a walking pact, and tha first wolf on
uij aius maun a uu . we none nexi aim.
Tha nlatat was wlthln a fnna .A a k. i, ui.
bead when I fired, and tho ball went throairh
LI- k t. V -v . 1 . ,. .. o
hi. uraiu- a BBvuteu my triumpn in toglislii
mv comnanlnn AnhnAd la ji,k a iT1m hi frti.
A I j. m , ,-. A UV
second Wolf received my second fire in the leg,
V. ! U MH.. I .L-.2 x .. . .. .
wuiuu uiua. ume BUBiterea tno DOOO, IOP 00
droDoed behind lnatantlv. Rrawnl'i .
cried from tho corner. But tha same moment
was the moment of our greatest peril. My pla
in! fall Inta tha alAdA . a.i.k . i.i.
Our horses; floundered up to their bellies ia a
4... .!:(.. ., .i ..j..a -j
aocp wnin) wta tuvj uanue mi a ueau stop, ana
there waa a wolf at eanh aids nf tha aliidira. at.
tempting to get in.
jy. Diudgeoa stilt remained, v With bom
hands I raised it high and brought It down with
thq.desperate force of a man la mortal extrem
ity upon tho head of tho wolf near my side.
he tumbled over on bis back, and the skull was
found afterwards to have bees omplctely
smaahtd. As I stooped to regain' toy pistol, I
was astonished in .a a m AAn.ni. ...n
- whiauiuh vuviiy
thrust one ef bis arms into the wolf's mouth,
and aslooolly, with the disengaged band, draw
jog the knife With a deep andsbarp cut, acroes
bis throat. A peculiar cry among the horses,
next arrested my attention. Looking around,
I saw another wolf actually fastened oa the off
hAAflA k lh. ..k rm .
. ln, anver was petween
mo and the i wolf He cried, "Give me the pis
tol!" I did so, and the poor bono wts free.
BO also wera w f K. nk. lf ... a i
. . . , ' w tiwii nn uu, IUI-
owed by the one with a broken leg. ' The wolf
(at ahnl . - a L11 ..
.... nm lumDiing among mo snow. Tho
driver handed me the pistol to put right, and
begged another shot at the brute. This finished
the engagement. ,
I can not tell how I felt. I oould soarcely re
alize our great deliverance. Tho driver secur
ed the carcaejtna tn th. .11.. j l
reached the station I was completely exhausted
iV r r i , . " "lrung exoitement.
Mr Irieod oi tha twuni. unn. .k...ki.j u
at bis own trick upon tbe wolf be had killed,
instead of putting bis own arm into the ani
mal s open mouth, aa I supposed, he stuffed into
It the loose sleeves of his great sheepskin coat,
thereby getting plenty of time to cut the mon
ster's throat. His own arm oraa iininnkAit
But the poor horse's neck and shoulders were
and part of our provisions, we left the station!
and. Without meatlnt. anw mn.A
except several digging out, arrived at Jaroslay
at eight o'clock, having aocompllshad thirty
miles in thirteen hours. Next morning we
fonnd Ourselves nnnnla. eh. tavt.M Ira vita
a 1 .nv.noiu Hi WWU
The driver's tongue had not been idle. Mr re
volver underwent manv an avamlnarlnn 'TK.
ITOVernment or local rawa.d fn . a.-a .) i.
three roubles, wbloh we claimed and reoeived
ur lur.e. do iqo wolves, instead or killing; us,
vtn irl .... a. It wa. - . '
K.m. ur iraveimg expenses, ino fourth ani
mal I caused to he akinnd fa. ......,1.. ..
a remembrancer of tbe greatest peril I was
AVAH In "
A Coquette's Confession.
I was a eonnntte. M.n. Ia... k i r l.j
lacerated bv refnalns iKaI. arr,i r
after I bad lured them on to a "declaration."
mj victim s name was James r rater. He
was a tall, awkward. Iiam.l. nn.lnl.
bnt bis heart was as true as steel. I respected
him highly, and felt pained when I witoessed
his anmiish at mv rlilnn .r i.im p... ...
o t J - w 1 UIIUi VU. IU,
fact was, I had mjseli fallen In love with Cant.
EMIt., U n k.J I .... . "
uinut, wuu uau ueeu unremitting in nis devo
tions to me. Mr. Fetr.tr mamoA n,.
Elliot) but I charged him with jealousy, and
took his warning as an insult. A few dsys af
terwaids Elliot and I vera .n.. a n.
dream of romantic lifejseemed to be in a fair
way of realization. I bad a week of happiness.
Many have not so muoh in a lifetime. Many
awake from tha hrlirht. ahntt. ilniA nni
themstlves in life long darkness, and bondage
iiiu wuicu mere ia no escape, manic uod, 1
was noi bo mtseraoie as tbey I
Mv mother Was a widnw in nnnlAnl aI.a,, m
stinces, but having vory bad health, she was
also of an easy, listless, credulous nature, hat
ing trouble, and willing to tike thines iust as
they might happen to present themselves. She
mereiore made no inquiries about Capt. Elliot,
bnt fondlv believed that ln.mn.k k. .. .
captain, be mutt necessarily be a man of honor
.la. U...I.II L - V , . . ., .
"i -nimviaiiy a ne naa served in ine Urlmea
and in India, and wore medal Hi. .Ia..i
was quartered in our neighborhood, and be bad
tbe reputation of being one of the wealthiest,
as he was certainly the handsomest, offloer in
it. I remember as well aa possible the dsy we
became engaged: he was on duty, but bad
managed to ride ava, tn nn. km, a. In kt. nnt
form, and while wa were walkino-in th...l.n
ho made the tender avowal. I referred him to
"mamma:" he hastoned to her returned in
three minutes and led m intn h.
receive the assurance that the maternal consent
uau ueeu reaaiiy ano freely given ! To be sure !
My dear mother hated trouble, as I have said
and she moreover loved me tenderly; so that
she waa pleased to find a husband presenting
oimseit in a form and manner apparently so
eligible for- ha. h.in-A1 .nJ ..I. J..:k...
Well, a week passed quite delightfully, as I
hi.ai.IJ, ..J .i .1 ... . . .
period there micht one Tnrnnnnn h.-A k..n ...n
a gay equestrian party riding through our old
Devonshire woods and quiet country roads.
Elliot and f led the ravaln.rfA T ..J.
t 7 -- - - . - . ivuv my wwu
beautiful Brown Bess, Capt. Elliot wis mount-
uu uaaasome oiaca Dorse that bad been
sent him from London. Fnllnwinn. i,. .... .
bevy of merry girls snd their cavaliers; and
uiuu( iuiiu wan tan, awKwaro, and silent Jas.
F razer. Hia nreienne had ma..Art tk. ni......
of my ride, and I was glad to bo in advance of
them all that I might not see bim.
Ann so we rooe on through tbe woods, and I
listened, well Dleased. tn tha Inw hn .n'..t.
words oi the gallant Elliot, who wished himself
a aiaiguLauu me a lair taay oi tbe olden time,
that he micht tra forth tn dn h.ttiA fn. m
oompel all men to recognize the claims of his
pecrma iue. ery eloquently ne BpoKS Ot the
inspiration of love, of the brave deeds and ner-
llous exploits it bad prompted, wishing again
Buuagaiu ma. uemigot inus proclaim and main
tain his love before the world. It pleased me to
listen to thia. and tn KaIIac ii tk.n-k
I surely had no wish to put my lover to such a
A shot anddenl ran lhrn,,ih k. .ill)
-J -a -.w.a". .mw aim WUVUO,
and a wounded bird, darting past, flattered arid
A1I a a I A? A.-.aa ...
icu bi ine leeioi xtrown ueis. witn a bound
and a SDrins that nearly nnseated ma. aha
off. ' ' ' "
StrUs7ff1Illar tfl rpculn mv meat T A MA aM.A.
- B --D J n, wf M. SAM 14 UU UVITCl
to restrain her: and avai. hi h fl-B ika. 4..
acd mftdDtVUI nf th A mnmnnt o .. nnnn k . f
-- wba,w 51.il HpVU UOI . A
could only cling breathlessly to the mane and
ka.iJtal aa.J a.I 1- 1 I 1 ...
unuio, .uu wuuuer ueipiessiy wnere this mad
gallop was to end. She swerved from a passing
wagon, and turned Into a path that led to tbe
river, in tno sudden movement the reins had
been torn from mv hands, and I nnnid nnt ...
gain them. I olung to tbe mane, and closed mv
eyes that I might not behold the fate that
awaited ma. How awest sr.. UFa in tk. a. '
- v.. nn. .. . W .U lUUBV IIFV"
clous moments that I thought my last I How
au hb joy, its aueouons, its last crowning love
rose up before me 1 I thought of tbe pang that
would rend billot's heart aa ho saw me lying
maneled and dead: and than tha thnnht .nM
come if be were pursuing and trying to save
me. even, as he had said, at the rl.k nt life .t.a
I remembered no more. I FaII a ..ji..
- - - " a CUUUDU
shock, a fearful rushing through the air, and
knew no more, until, days afterward, I woke to
a laiui, wesa Bemoianoe oi ino In my chamber
I never saw Cant. F.lllnt airatn Tk. i.
- , , r - . . UD l.S,
words I ever heard from h i Una ... .. -c
Bniirn&iv uorinir. inaiaat ane .r hia i:i i-
oonnection with mine, waa tn fallm. in tk. ':
of friahtaned vontha whn .aiIa ai... .
a . ' ' .W.V yia, lJ QUO
template .no aisaater irom alar, and, at soon at
he saw me lifted from tho shallow bed of tbe
river Into which I bad been thrown when my
mguieueu none etoppeu suddenly ob Its bank,
be rode hastily off. That evening he sent to
make inquiries, and learning that I was severe
ly, uu. ii was uupeo. not lacauy, lnjarea, ne
henceforth contented himself with snob tidings
of mv condition and Imnrnvemant aa mnld k.
gained from mere rumor.
I At last It was knows that I could never re
cover entirely from the enacts of my injury, and
that very day Capt. Elliot departed suddenly
from the neighborhood. He made no attempt
to see me, nor sent me any farewell. When I
was once more abroad, and beginning, though
with much unaliayed bitterness, to learn the
lesson of patience and resignation that awaited
me, I reoeived a letter from bim. In whlob be
merely said that he preen wed my own judgment
had taught me that, In dt altered cirmm.
stances, our engagement must be at an end;
but to satisfy his own sense oi honor, (Air honorT)
he wrote to say that, while entertaining the
highest resnect lor ma. h daai.avt a .... i ..
t . - . .v u. .a a
nuaciatlon of my claim.
writing at tbe bottom of this letter, "Let It
ha aa VOn wiah." I ..tn,naii It -tn kin. a. ....
. . .....mv. - - aaiaaa a. VIIUV
and thus ended my brief dream of romantic
I had heard in thla nf Plllnl'a aa ..Jl. ...
... . wwaacuir wir
duot on that day; and now I first bethought me
v lunmrv wuo uau rescueo, me irom imminent
death. And then I learned that James Frazer
tS-firiW-, b. Jerk JwUh.hlch
at hwbTldl. a S ,T!y trom M "-t
first to Wt m!dlddeVft "-
SIM k. k ? fr,om wer. Maoy times
WuVd hi.ndtre iu,riM oonoenSng IV.
th.ddkAdhe hnd Mnt tn rare flow
ers tbat decked my room. Hit war ah .a.
that breathed words of oomfoandTbope to rn!
poor mother. , w. the book, I JSS In 7,
linserlna' dav. nf nnnwai.. .77 '
the W that supponedme a. slowlVarTd
painfully I paced therden walk" '
I ka.a kaa. Lt. -IT- A-.
bsib mccia uu who ior many a vear I
have forfrotten that h t. -. kl.j.'r" .
rather he ie beautiful to me, because I see his
grand and lovely spirit shining through bis plain
features and animatlnt. Ma ,.v...j i z i
-- . . . ai u UMUrC. 1
have long since laid aside, as utterly ontenable,
UI lOTtlT b(Vlil. It Rift ha m t.A.NAH.l.t
- iwiuouhi uum-
pensation that, In denying physical perfection,
tha .ah I. ... A - f-.1 1 . . . f
l ... uv """"eu or aiBtorieo, ont snines
the br chter that It la nn k
ty or love of the world's praise.
No. 4 Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
ARF.NOW nECF.IVINnTIIEIR WSN
TBR GOODS, and Invite the pubho to hTipec
them. No inch (tock of Goods ha vir been brought to
thU market. The South, in oonnquenc of th failure
of the gra n crop, ha. not been able to purchan the ul
1 quantity of rich goods, snd thii fact ha forced the
Importer! to sell Uiem at publio auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New Tork at then large talei, took
advantage of them, and we can and will nil our goode
here, at l than any on who purchaaed two week, tiuce,
paid for them In New fork. Ouritock It complete in
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS, -
BLACK ALPACAS, '
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
Men'i.Ladin acd Ohildren'i Under BhlrU and Drawer.;
Ladies, Minn and Children' Hosiery of all kind, In
Wool and Lamb'a Wool; lieecy Lined and Ootton Olove,
of every make.
A complete assortment of all the uaaal varie
ladies and Gent's linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, &o.
Tn namina wkA ..II nn mm ... , . i
ihow them the largett, heat and cheapen itock of Goodj
ever eeen iu thla market, or pay them oua dollar per
hour while looking.
aeci-dijiitawltw. BT0NB A O'HABBA.
Spring & Summer Millinery.
The Stock Replenished
FHOIU LATEST mPOKTATIOIVM OP
MY STOCK 0?
Spring & Summer Millinery
I now compute, comp riilnc every varlatv of M iiin.
eryi alto, a large anorunent of Embroidcrln, Boiiery
and Notloni, Ate., acd In qnantitie and prlcei that can
not fall to ult all who may favor ut with a call. Th
goodi have been bought at Panic price, and will be told
it a imall advance on coit.
Miss M. E. YOUNG, lato of New York City,
will inperintend th Millinery Department. Her long
experience in the moit Fashionable Bitabliihment In
Broadway will alone be a warranty thitiha will ba able
to give entire satisfaction In matter of rait to all who
may ravor her with their ordera.
The Ladlea of Oolumbui and vicinity Will nleaaa ai.
oept my ttncir thanks for their liberal patronage, and
I would reipectfully solicit a oontlnuano of the aame.
R. H. WARE,
6S Ea.t Twa St., Columbus, o.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America"
NEW YORK, B03TON AND GALWAY
Th following new and magnificent flrat-clanpaddll
wheel Btnmihipi compose the abov line:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 torn burthen, Capt, J. Mac
' (Formerly of the Colllni Lin.) ' -
BIBBRNIA, 4,400 torn burthen, 0it. N. Peowss. '
COLUMBIA, 4,lO . B. Lbitch.
ANQLIA, 4,4(10 " I' NicHouwk
PA0IFI0, 8 .B00 " ' I. SMim.
PBINCB ALBERT, (Screw.)
3.J0U - J.WALKia.
One of the abov .hip will Lav. N.w Tork or Boaton
alternately every Tueeday fortnight, for Galway, oar- .
rylng th government mall, touching at Bt. Johns, ,
The Bteameri ef thl line have beea constrncted with
the greateat care, under the uperviilon of ths go ram
meat, have water-Ught compartment!, and are unexcel
led forcomfort, safety and apeed by any iteamer. afloat.
They are commanded by able and experienced cmeera, '
and every exerUon will be made to promote the comfort
An.experlenoed Burgeoa attached to each ahip.
It ATE1 OF PASSAGE.
Ftnt-clui N. Y . or Boatoa to Galway or Liverpool 100
Second-elata, " " ' 75
Fintrclata, " " ' toSt John 35
Thlr-olaaa, " " to Galway or Liverpool,
or any tows in Ireland, oa a Railway, - . . so
Third -elate paanngeri an Uberally lupplled with pro
vliloni of the beet quality, cooked and aervtd by th. r
vanta of th. Company,
Parties wishing to send for their frleud from ths aid "
country can obtain ticket from any town on a railway, In .
lreiana, or rrom we principal 01 Ilea of Bngland and Soot
land, at very low rate.
Paannger for New Tork, arriving by the Boatoa
SteasMrs, will b forwarded te New fork free ef eaarge.
Tor passage or further Information, apply to
Wa. U. WIOBHAM, t
At th. office ef the Company, oa the wharf, foot of
Oanalatreet, New Tork.
, IIOWLAND e ASPIlf WALL, Agents.
aprillftdoaa. - ' "
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
! ... Caraer Spring Jr. Water lu,, , . ,
Oolxxra.loTJjg, Ohio. '
.feaPOTOfl & GO,
: ! jaiAOimiioTo:-'
; , '.r-. .a
ti afanufactarer ef Bras and Composition Outlnr. 7
rinUb-d Bras Work of all Denriptiuas. '
Electro Platiiigd' GiUing!!
j 4 STEriCIL CUTTING, &C.