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DAILY. TRI-WE1ILY AND WEEKLY
' MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PPIUIHIBI' AHt SOPBIEI01t8,
" CTOfflM New. S6, U end 0, VertU High Bt
TBBhB ravABTAirLT IN ADTANOB."
Buy:,y irji w oo peryMr
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y u anrwr,"pr wtek, mdU
Tri-VeeUy
3 00
per ym,
Wwkly,
1 00 -
rni ( AdTcrUaUtff 'iiiythit Square.
B iqnara I ftu . . (to 00
On " . V uonthi 18 00
On tqmrt S weki..4 00
0n I'. 9WMka...J 00
On Vl lk,.i 17S
On "'adAv.V.'loo
3d1Y month )I 00
DM1
'Vl-n$moBth 10 00
Dm
0d
roontht
8 00
5 00
On " Sdayl... 75
On " 1 lnurtloa SO
I month.
Diipliycd tdTartlMmtnti half mora than the bor
t (.'''. 1 '
AaTctUtemtnti leaded and placed In the oolumnof
; Biweial Notion," doubt Ui trdinary rat.
All uvtloei raqalreo to be publiibed by lew, legal rate
1( ordered en the tnilde excluairelj after the first week
per cDi, more than the above ratea; but all men wll
appear In the Tri-Weekly without ofaarKe.
. BoalnflwOarda, not exoeedlng fie line, per year, In
lie, t50 per line; ooteidevi. , . -
Notices of meetln(,haHtahle ooUtlet, Ore eompanle
tc, half price.
AU traiuimt advtrUttmmt mint i paid or in
alvfuu TWl wiU notbTart4frn.
Weekly, tame prloeaethe Dally, where the adrertltei
e the -Weekly alon. Where e Daily and Wetklt
refcothnaed.thfn the charge lor the Weekly will be
aalf the rate of the Dally
No adTertlaement taken xeept for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F.-A.-B. BIKUOHS,
Attorney at La w
M CptyD PB- W i i.r.
OfBot Aatbos Bnlldln(, opposite Oapltol Square.
Ii . 14 ilrjOtrjjiBTjB, 0DI0J
.45E'?
JLm oax3on.3xrjD,
Attdi6 S tdunseUdr WUi
ooLTJMnrra
Machine JlannfactaHng Company
urAoniM b; J joi
l pMllagtv. EiU-6tijringf MaeMntry., -j
Mihrur nl l-Tvh( AH0s"-Ii''' " i ; "
.neet i--s. i ' KTT DMOMrTIOM;x ; n ' "
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i iP.AMBOB.frea
Ill I I
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
' OoaaMilDg(iOrUlM with the PimBOKGD, TT.
H M47TN1 at OBIOAOO E4ILK0AB ' J
Ib rabwt, PhOadtlpMa and SalUmor. Alto
-ri.jJtrlbrtWainttmdCUoato. i
Conneotlnf at Olereland with the LAKB 0HOBI BAIL-
Hmr i
BOAD
Fr Pojaklrk, Buffalo, Albany, Boa-
Miii .uMaudjiew York.
HKEE TRAINS DAILY,
tZt't '.''-"wcxn gvNDAr, ., . ..'
treat Oolnmbni, Id onjieotlon with Trains on the
UTTLB Fllini AND COLTJftlBUS
AND XEftlA KAItiBoAPa). .
K ,. MBOT TBAIN... ,
NIGHT IXPKE88.-L.aTes OolumJboa at 3.40 A.U I
. will- rear passengers at all stations south of Gallon,
atopst Delaware, Ashley, Oardington and 01 lead, and
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
atfcOuA, M Dunkirk 8:00 P.M., Buffalo 4.25 P. M.
Aibany 1.40 A. U., New York 8:35 A. M., Boston 3:30
P. M , Plttsborgh via Crestline 3:20 P. M , Phlladol'
Ma 5:10 A. at, Chicago via Crestline at 7:00 P. M.
',' ' I BIC0ND TBAIN.
NIW T0BK IXPBX SB Leaves Columbus at 11:10
a. a.. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Oardington, Gallon. Crestline, Shel
by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 1US p. m.j Dunkirk, 6:10 p. m.; Buf
falo, 10;U p. m i Albany, b:45 a. m.; New Yoik, 1:45
- p. .( Boston, 4:40 p. m. This Train ooaneotsat Shel
by for Bandiuky, and at Guf ton for Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 0 p. aa. w '. '1
, THIKD TBAIN. p. J
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave Colombo,
at I SO p. aa. Will ttup at all ttatlon Booth of
Wtslby, and at Mew London, Wellington; Arafton,
and Beraai arriving at Cleveland at B:30 p. m Dun-
klrkJMWa. a.t Buffalo, SSOa. m.j Albany, 8H0 p.m.;
KewTork, 7 AO p. m.j Boaioa. 11:45 p m. Plitabnrgn,
OretUlne, at 11:55 p. m. Philadelphia, 1:00 a. m.,
Chisago, fa Crestline, 0:45 , m. This Train eonneott
at bhelby for Banduaky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
atftMp.tn ':. '",( I.' " ) K
Patent Eleepiij Can are 'nin1 on all
BiJtitTiaini to Chicago, Sew
r a?.l';Tork and Boston. ,:, -;..
iaggag ChtJui i krouqh, to Kit Tort and JSotton
'' RETURNING. ,S
4 sTIgti mpieas als U Oofahbwf W..VT1:I VI V: f
VlaeMuan (.sprees arrive at Oolumbn at 10:50 A. M
. AeeeasaaodaUoa Bxpress- arrlv aft Columbu at 7:50
JR. 'i
ro ma AiMa ay 'ltMrttlr RentA
a'v'jt ti 'i i ji..' 'ii .
Al foTicktivU &tkn Vkvik
B. B, PLIST
MM. WhB kaseifntendetik Olm1.nif.'fVl,ln.
otI M U "AMtSPAmBSON, Arht,'"'
tetano- o ' t Columtiu. OhtoV'
1 .Oolntabua, JanaB, fU,ofri. ,x,ui:,U ,h'
.. vlMt'xlcMivoflt '''''' lu ,
lAh M CHEEK anal ilLACti.
AVU THAI lOO bag pnsa W UorvsaMnt ,o
1 At) pooket eld Datca wovernment Java !! ioi
- 16 ms Ceyloa Coffee, i '-J jn.-ni''i VTr
. 80bbU.eiaiKlard WWU fhMeoMletln eJow'
- rl,Chraahd,Graaalaia4 AandBk)oe.iut
OauiaUls GeonrsBaakOounshv a .
BUbbls. Ales and No. 1 Maokerl..-Jvxl
"lOO bx.Lajfer Bauina, . . ,m 4 m
O fc-a, rick tuunon
. a aSlfca&ooBSntaVel
Bwawas se-war -
HIHBOMi
raoK lies.
BAIN at BON,
P Couth Bk fnlCT
N. t, BOUlB-AUaH STB11T. :
ftir tn' UVredf-aw taakiNift tioOP WttvfS
btsbtti in a manaor far superior to any yt Introduced
'at s '"ITT,' "-f'w
m.- DUlLiiJJTY i&Ilir GRACEl'tJ LN?,
s', sah 9B. ii ,., -.j. .i : .. .,
. e".tf.'-nu fa ' -..i p.u.a..r
v
VW b4 C -
i 4 ,!aik ;H
.,. .The. Cheapest Beoaiue the Sett,
"TJir Bloat llVllafcW'sUhtfiird Au.
"IHK BUST INGUSH DIOIIOMABT BXTANti"
"IIl r nnwatdl'of a ITnni1r(t Thnnund Wsnli.
whos mnltlfarlou sManlnn and deriTations. torethet
with thd . correct spelling, and pronanslatlon are elearb
set before th eye.
Cincinnati Comnuretal.
tfeflil A DecUionr of the ifttnltri of M Stalt
lb nnderdirnid, nuifiMri of the Ohio Itatt Teachers'
Assedatlon. sxUdi and aln let an In- taufalnsV writing
and, apeak inn,, the' orthography anal proanneiatton e
"oroeater's ttoval uoarto UKstlonaiy. and we nest cor.
dlally recommend it as the most reliable standard a
thority of tb Xngllsh language, as It Is now written and
spoken. "
J-om Airtintws, Preildent Kenyon Oolleg. O f.
M. D Irssrr-r, Inpertotendent Zsnesvllte Schools.
Tnos. W. Uat. tlnp't Uassilon Union Bchdols.
M. I. Oowoaai. lup't Pablle Sohoole. Bandosky.
John Ltkcb, tlnp't CuMlo Bohools, OlroleTllle.
i B, M, tiltruv ritnalpal Oleteland lanul gemlna
s"'J l-J. '!' tin '!; rf.-'-nJ.
wu. MiTcum.L, Hnp't Public Schools, Mt, Union. . ,
J0la OeDin. Prindtnl Hbita RJornal Anhnnl. MlnaaT
sots; ' '..'.M ' u . i ...iii lb -w. i . . . .il
(JTSOS Run. Prlnnlturi Vrfarth Trthnruidhta RnhMli
Olnoinnatl. . . .: ! . .i .
H. 8. kUrtm, lup't Canton Union Bchooll.
loww baau.f rlnelpal alcNealy . Noimaiiohool.
Ku 1'. ftrru, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio UuWeriUy.
W, W, BewalDfc lup't Tror Union Bchooll 1
A. . .Borams. triuoiual Wait Uluh BohooL Olava
land.' " '
B. A. Nortom. Associate Prlnclnal IltihBehooL Olere
land ii'.')iii !Au -m alAilt I...' .ijX. .
Tbcobori Btxhliko), Principal High School, Olere,
land.,, 3 f'-;TT .U-r-'A ?f f 0V
B. f. HtniiirreK, Principal Oletelanl Ioitltut.
J. A. OaarutU), President of Electlo Institute, El
tam. , i --
W. L-- Halats. Prof.-of Ohenitmr.- OWb"" WsileTai
UnlTerslty. , ,
I H. II. Barmxt. Xz-cemmlsiloner of Common Behoola
Ohla. , . . p fi ?riri.
ta MOifaes, Vrof. Sintorle, Wberlla Ortlege."
Taos. Bill. President Antioeh Onllme.
VdwSS. rf Hl,h
. o.. Chobbacoh, Prof. Language, High Bohool
rv.;.'"rt
B.
M. BAlant, Sup't Union Schools, Ashland. '
Mori than 8ht Bundrti otktr PrttidmU of CoVa-
get, Profefort, Auor.end ZtltHnguitktd Xthica
tort, htm mdorttdjA abov imtimmt.
PRESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN 09.
Haxiitta OoLLiai "It Is trnlv a masnlneent work
an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
toaury,x -rrettan -Aixtrewar
Onto Wblrvui L'mvaasm It exceeds m exnecta-
tloas- It will be my guide n'6rthoitr&pby and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for lt neaf
ana aoaurat deanltlons." President Thumpson. ,
W. B. BcLacTto OoLLtos. "Hur.tofiir v btvansed
webeter ortboaraphy. At a recent me. Mm. of oni
raeulty.lt was decided to chana it to oouform to thai
of Wnrctster'i Boyal Quarto bictloaaryWiosideni
Wrrrrxn Bxxava Contsx. "I-and W worthy bl
ooraiai approDRtioa.'' resident Uitcboook.
Oasaua (JoiAiaa.-'Ifr more than meet my eiDecti
.tloni.. I recommend It as the standard authority ii
orthoepy to my children and my pupils," President
Morgan. P , -. r
i Aimoca tfoLtAsir-"! adontaxTi aun fiVaM In tesoh
1nv, wrltlni and sneaklnr.'thedrthosraDhy'ahd 'Dronun.
ciauDo n oroasier a jtoyai Kuarw. uicuonarj. ,
President Hill,-' ' ..'Y .t." J. , Vf'fi',"''j
I "In all my writing, speailnl, and teaclAng, t Vav en
aeavorea to oaionn to we rales for ortrogiapny. an"
pronnnoiaiionasooatainta in norocster s iiicuonarv.
Horace Mami tat President, 1 ' 1
I Burrow Oollmb, 0xnuarfI aaasteordlally reoon
mond Use the moat teliaMMtandar authority of U
Kngllsh lanrnaie as It Is now Written and spoken."
President AndrewU.''i('i4 . ii. i i At
i .ri.Tinru " t Vi
scHooLcojiMis&iQSfiRs" w 'onfd.
JfromSn. Aium 8tnylX' Commit tioner of Common
bcaoou in unto.
) '"TW tMcflonary It an ImpcrlrhablcanmnenrToThi'
learning ana industry or tts auto or, ana an nonor to in.
world of letters. The uwehantoal'eTCnuttoii la far ana
Tlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac-
quaintea." . ..r. i-.- i..-.rt - - -i.- -
Jrom Hon. B; -Barney. Bx-CmmittUfntr oj
jaoou m umo..,.. , , (
"The moit reliable standard authority of .the. Ian.
Xieadina Newspajiei Vf ,06, tea jr.
from th CUmAand Herald of JuarcnvB.
The ortlicxraDhv of the Worcester Dictionary I tha
Used by most, If not all. authors el dlaUnotlen la this
coantry and Bnglaad, aad aonforau t the general asage
Krdlnary writers and speakers. . . . . j . - .
hatever prejudices may have existed previously k
ful itndy of thl. volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreeiaOoa sf Us great sMrits, and a desire
to add it to th wait seiesiea library, oe u large or small,
Itlaallbrarr m Itself, and will rema n an impensnir
ble record of the learning efltsoompller.-" 1
i tromtht XMaHOomrrialf A&UVl.i
Here ar onwards of k hundred Wreoestrd wordsirood.
bad and- lodiaerenb whoso mnltUatioua meaning and
derivations, together with their coueot tpelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work Is
unquestionably tb greats Tbeawra ( Kngllsh Words
tvrpul)Uneu,3) (ujT' a s Kj o-i .itui .'
from th OUMhmd ftaUtSealercf Sept. BO, ISSOVif
vtdenU4 WonrariTiii'e Xoru. OrjiRVo Dtewioaalir
Hot only ih last, out th as eson of fA inJ er is
sued', and can by no possibility tuSor by comparison or
controversy. f
. jTomOToldoBlaaof iray9sr L'1"
At to"WoitBciiTioi,W6kenm u tb STamakB
followed by .-oar best aatboret la dennltlon he leaves
hothlog to M desired, and lb DRTBongam it is suffloienl
to say that M orcxstxa can b saifiy lollowea. ,
w-iliij , .I'J,.'i.' '-tMfcilaiUe:
iuiiaiTt nujtiU
Pit biratinra, bookaellerd tc Stationer,
; NO. 191 SUPB RJ0Bj8.JCLTBI'K,,OHI0ii'j
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blTUana JAatmtttf n? ige 1 t Fa Cent,
L :;'LM errclnrotil worses. 0 .ed-Ms-'I rf,-i;;:-jj:t
JIl;sUtoeBt1JaaUtH
Moetved for Premiums dur-
Ing the sear 1B0 B703.OW W-""
weivea lot tniareet .aaTUig a. i j i. .aoit ear
minf.mMfS'iwuii y-Aav3 (tm
Iotf Teipa fcr "W. tlrTT.DBT -7 X VB
xeAOIsAxmbtCeathexttttaUgO'.cO nxnt Jl aC t-mta.b
! t?.a1STL-,i,'liO iooiJ91A uioelit.tef-J
uenfl ).i.i,ii.iii ki . ,
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are. Taxes. Bx-
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Paid CommUslont (6 , , . .. t
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lrtisatoleea'Itaa.-iaVlKW.,; .nivtrti .tn.lt
Paid AnBuUtM.,,. -Lftll W :it.UMi tS mi
sia uivioend aur-
Ing tb iter 160,900 75 Se,(f nuw4lA,rt''14
' tM.ie") .4eiit-r oov J aim Mm
Net Balance January 1st, DM i.miaat S,BJiOSe.9B
.... , , ABSBT8. .
mlMHes
Cash oa hand .. $1SJ!8A IS.
Bonds and MortaaaetonBeiiJ .
tat, worm oowdw i- - -
ameaa. ImbsA iiwwul AiaVf.Mt tMn mm fj at
rrm .o.iii M.M.w.i.at- j4J
bent.' Interest.. ....v. JIM M 1'Pi, !
in iniM. nn vanvu ruitar -
Beat Be ran.. una--tmnj lkWS BVrvuf MUl
I eeurse oi transmuolotr;:-.? ,4'7fa
krrfTIrtinTcre;SnTrif
f 1,435 niP6nerei tave'bte HsneA rnflnr1h jreirr"
-After' I SirMleohflon'of WreterirHliWtrrtfi
inlet Hid InavevsMee el. th. Cemaaar, aoiwatae
aeoeeaury jmouni In raserve thenjort Me-Dlreene
kave declared t Dtviniwn of 45 per cent, bn the Preinl-
amffttM at lilt taut fitei,vn in pulliM for life ID njiee,
lttariMVl4 stadl .bi(ev0rIrifeaeoe, PrasreeWi
f see, auiemeoia, ana Applieauous, win o inrnunea
wiTiioct iHims, At Uib Oliice of Agenclos of the Oom
fiuf? 4tm, A) .an,i'arf iimV'.-
i .ua ,sssliniiBi 1IUNS -' rATTflnauBt, i-wsiiaeaaii
B
JL, iiBKBS i.Ul, d -wvere tixlfc-iliemeMMiUwl
isaortiweat ta Uf (JiMriuaftiM ntMmvo;e nmm
' LRk .-'-r
I. i 1 1J 1 1 1 1 V K If .Mat Vs-oaatrtatnA-.
t ... ho,. itJui.ukttsnri AM,fw-'
sw kw iwwea ,e eu-.I .ti. a M.U u
1
1
h
V
4
gcrofulaor King's .Evil,
WimtJtuf iorml dlHeatc a eotrUjptiofl bf trie
Worid l)tw)rlch thia- fluid becomes 'vltirtted,
nion1;jiriil (mv U'inf n the-virMirntlrm, ft
por'viKvw 'llie wliofu-li(Kiy, iid tttuy burst out
iii.dUoase ori any part of it' Ko oran U free
from its attack, ttoris there omr which it tuny
iot t'stroy, , ,Xhe scrofulous tpint is variously
;uuhvtl by iiiervuriiil diicno, low, living, dis
!(l4cu;d of iiulieatliykfood, jnipure air, iilth
imafjjjuiy .haviitSitl1WrB'ul8 lci na,
iiwv, l!;liy?lto erwiwil infection. -. What
.'wi 'be its.tiiyvv it. i, liereditary iu the con.
titution,.iV.sctuUn,i',iiom parent to children
unto tlietlliiilimd fuuitli generation l" indued,
it st-pins to bt; Oio rod of Jrim Vvhtf Raj's, "I
will visit tlio 'TfiicTiutTeSbf the fufhera upon
tlu-irt'riBfl;'1' ' 1 'l lU .
'TItn' drfacM eoe.lmeilce' bV deuosltton 'from the
blood of eortujit or nlceroua mnttc?r', Vhicli, in
me luiiwv; liver, ana
WibAeJp fii'th rl
rupHr)rl,0vW6h t-ndcri in the bWod, dcprcuses
i3ie t-ni't'rf HoT lifp; rf tlmt Bcrofuldus eonstltu-
onv nor oniy utiirer irom ncfoiuiuus poru
plnfrrT, linf tlirV hnvi fitf'ss poWer to 'with
nntV tile' HtrAdt3''of olliet, diseases j" conse
jiterrtlj Vf-it'iumilofri' jttrith' .ly'.disprdsra
fWfili; dlrtiriiMi'nbr 8C1AC1I9US 5n yiuir nature,
ivr?,tiUJfAvi5; fatal' by' tiui taint hi the
AraVctif.'Jirost ot tbeJ consumption wliich do.
'tn'nfe'tticliuititiri fiunilyliaa ita origin directly
"iT'tluV 'i4jrofuTrtu9"cbntajnination; ,aud many
i;str(tc4ivo diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
mdj indeed, of all "tha organs, ariso from or
Jrea'rjjVated'lrtf 'Oie some gbubb .. r :.t
I ..puo qifU'er ijf nfl our peopl are scrofulous I
uicu;,.iu:ana fua iuvuuui ,uj tuu nuking ia
l-ction.'nud tlieir licalth ia .undermined '.by it.
I'Q cleanic It miu tlie, system w must movatt
tie! VVpOyau-' alterative intdioine, and Itv
-. . . 1 . 1 1 .1 r 1 j
ytj'juiui,,;!, ff.y: jioiumy man ,suu shiowi
aiicji 4 n'icine.w., aupply in J -m-.m-Sj
Wi oil si ivt ISZJlJUL. Ua"l t:
lac .a:s at AYER S II ;.'0 i41
iWM$RtiMrM Sarsaparilla';
ho imoareffechiRl femMy wblctt'trifr medical
dtlH ronr' trm' fcMi devise for tWl.every
whetif rtrcvailiyif?ondrhtal malndvv1 It ik com-
-tintfi ftofn 'lfiinost active remediulB that' have
prr'mirrtrt for thecxpttrgntJoTl of tliis foul
B)Met"from' flie blood.'and the resthia of the
erein l;fyorrfa' rt ' destructive ' Vdrtertuoriccfl.
HHiee t ;wliOii1'dnbe'employerlf6f1he jnii'o of
ftofflfiir BcfOTttlrt, But also thosB otnet allcc
fm ti-hiflt-'Hrrivg from It, ' ditch JA'trfivB
ntl ;Sf?1t rDlnA8E9,; St. ANtlfONV's--r.iftR,
OT.oTcftrj i!i,i(fs anuljon.a, fusions, It rTEn.
3nfl SXTTf Ktn-.Pf. ScaD, IIiiM), luttawoUu,
i;.:.'-iJ'.l .tel.- ML.Aii. !.; tt.i.
1 ijiii
flui-n
is Co uu'rifv niid rerenerato thia vital fluid.
SjinutLMi, sound' Lcai. js -iinpossible ii
ii?Sl.'iV!'iftS0,?tuuiPns9:, to
a tf '- f J : -j l -.v. r-3 i) 6Wit i
ir.O' Wiv .u;
vwrrl fcairoB'-Pti.'trVitTA-iB'br J,
tJ fflfni'ja n-.".!-:) n-j!':f.r. " fT .'i,i
tnf n iiUIfcnt Tovec, or lever ami Ague,
Re-iiilti-nt'cVcr-i t'hllT eVei-f' Dumb
Arfai lei at! tea V llo.la1i op DI1 font
UniMit,feinait AIUIat . --:Tr; lied cad
ful; vln) uln ot u lAHe oi-Ik litsktr
hrtr. 1h Ii!!IOi-y' lliftuj;t iiieut, cmiaei) by
(Ht'Malnrln o Miasiuatlo Conntrlet. " '
V'c .n il Bualilod hot to offer tlia- community a
rcnuiiy ethictyhik'it.ctiret tb above complain la
iritli Ptarl'iilt it'i'l poxfectly lioianlcm in any
piRitjitv.1' fiifli'it'rtmtuy h in.vatiiable in districts
whev-u . thMP tllrt-ht fKsnffleni''Virernrl. '1'hie
"Cnni" pxtirile .tlio iirtwrnatia poiiion of Fkveh
and AciT. floin flic system, and provents the d
velui'Apnt of the dise.sfli, if taken on the first p
prtnu'li of ItH Tivpm'initoi Ttmptomt. ' It is not only
Uin bent reinoiU vr. ytt tliaoevered for this class
lC,riiiijlmi!Ui( but nleo tlio crraapextf -The larpe
(m-H)h i(.iiiii,vfof a ilallur triiiss it witliin tbe
'rpttfniM ffS l4r.i "' ln Iriliotuaistricti, where
ti.w ti, jsni(ii u prevails, every euur .auouiu
'hitvoil iil ilie.it '&f4ly bot h for 'cure and protcc
'ii3a. .'trrat'vnTWrtrtfy'Af fills Veinody over any"'
other -W ilKvvm-fl ttif tUfirrr-nlv unrj eertttm
cure ril Pnti'r'miltf-TiTs ilhPt ittoWhHis no tfnlnlti
oririinrral, reniatiMtlfii'pvodi'icrs vio qninlum or
other injiiriiiii elleata whatever upon the constitih
,tinn. TlRlfcUit4 by it are left as licnlthy as if
llir-y-hfid, never the Uitteo6.
liQUloutt thojiiiequeiic o(
iiV' fr!?ivnirmr'j'ietiw.-1 ATTmt vrrrtrry nf Tttsor-
lili-is :(iiliri IrimC its. trVifation,- tnunif'!vhioU atd
i.ViW'frV.rr,--'rVffYir.'i fjW, Tl-'to'ttrie, Mind-
virrr, 'I'n ,A-t".- t'."rvli' ('nfn tU'hn.aJ'uU
ftitutionjr ('llfy l 't'jf'tiltiiit of t'ia fyrek, t7M(Vr
ic., '!..'i in : !i.ir.'sf, i'ol'f, l'artisia and l)f-jrr;.---.'
t'- .U.inm tali cf whit-li, when.
oi-1'.'lfc.n I : fft tlitnlaifke; raii'iiff tlie iiitr. niUchi
Ifvfcjiorai ,-Sp pcrtodiiml. 'PliiCPiO? "piers'"
!thc.prs ra -iiitin ihelilooaiirid Fonlflrerltl) cntps
(thein nil iililu'-.' If m hu jiixiilualile pioterliiin In
jiiHiniiifUt)l"fJi' wellig arfrsitiportillly
in-siifinft ifl-tliWrial Jrlfltls trtRrtfrf.' 1fTnkcri"bcca.
iiynjty -at -djiV wltiW cxifoaMlitb.ge infvoliiiii,
ItllaHrllt V.KitctH from ftl'o' system, ami cannot
'aci!iiui;t!e in suiiiiiciit ifhnnitr to ripen into dis
lease. IU-m f rtwitpexTn rnoaajviiltinliU- fhf proteo
Ition tlian m.u-,ti.O(nto will 4rer uiTur from Inter
lnrittoBW.Hthejr araiUtbjemselves of the protection
itllt r-Mxrv-attrtth..i irX aaruUlmlvMl.-S m
Piepved
BOBIBTB 8 AMTrtW Colombo.- a
And bv Druggist and Dealer evrywhr. -' - s
-uovwilrd.twAtwT-r - , , .
ii f I- i n Tirlil
CANADIAH AUJUTED STATES MAIL
I .,IO AM fltOJl. .
Xiliforpool: MoatrcalyiOttfebefVi'.
btI Wxrt riv-'tf n i-i: lsfie iu i .i.uiO ,;.
Ii -- r ' j J'- : ' Ui leifJ
The Montreal OceaB Bteaauhlfl Cc'rhv,'t Trst'-class
fll.pewdCIde-lulrt Btmunna Mil Tory Bat
si ret at V free TOBTL AND, eavrrtox tl Cactadlea
.united Btaat ataN exM aaanagat,-v . .
N0RWB0Ua,m,
NOBTaAWBRIOAir,'
" ANGLO-SAXON,
T:inBn aBrrArei
U1BBBH1AJ1,
'wflananiais-J'- " -' ainv a anivrrAW
IV I" , . r. I
Nliorteais beapet an4aUckctCoa
,-.TeraucxIAU, .
! AMTMCal WAtB PARTI r-riJ
Ha test ot Tsvaasmo to gnropa.
Wltl'sfil-from tlVIEPOOt very Weetsteadaf
tnd from QUBBB0OTrp Batwrdap. ealllagat
LUnDviiu jiaui 1 to receive soara and saco llatktanft
Pnogen,.to and from Ireland and Baotland.., ;,.,
U7tha gieamers ar built of Iroo. In water-tight
nDartmenu, earn anon an xpsisnea nurseoa.
every attention ta paid to the eemfori and aooommoaa-
tloo of passenger;' . At they proceed direct to LONDON
DBUt,.thgitrlsk tr,4, .delay t calUng at gi.JiAn.
Havoioea,, j,r , 'V-.y'j i) l- ni.,
: Glasgow passensmarafninlahadwlll) ntaapaMsga
UcVel to and from Leudooderry r.s wijim
Bel urn Uokeis granted at reduoed rates. , Tr l,
fJerttBoatas Issued for oarrvlns to and brintlntool
tourers from all tbe principal towns of Great Britain
Ireland, al reduoed raw, bx tint 11b of steamer,
EyJIitUtlAaiilstaXON LXNB-OP BAIUNtt BaOKBXS,
evmg I4verexx wsvar vf..rrni'-r
eitftiY Draftrior If etnd wptCgtVda'bAr-
I aeie tD aaarasuaa. arwaeaataf -
IJ PJ19T vWf ff 'I'TT1?
I Tor Daaag(. apply at tb Offlo. f 3 BHOAD-.
ltAYVAiw York, a4 l W AltUt
swoijav
ftaoii gt H'" oraBBia agwt,,g
Or to
a nitaTBAsin naj.
Volo-lrSiir
j a 1 iiwnu, ,
roes van, voiiubovb, vnas,
oJPartnershiD.'-
IirrV'ltflit'ii DAT AnllTTCBHY
ton JAMBS ADOta BAIN aa r.rtn.r In an bail-
tet wakib wilt bat., after be MiiultuMaA lafndal tb
I Bala as aesxf .v iVBAiAi.atMaiA Aliib Bt.
llvmtjna inia iKJl. JfttV
rTA.At tV n iim.'- - - w .
th Mw York fashloBabi thavtn.. n. Cm
jsirosnntenltitr Ourltti bed Ottoeteg aatooa, Jaavaart
Street, ever tb Post Omos, wbere nUleVtHtiraifiH
1 verrttr'tt B vartooa knsohM. UdM
v CbilOxen's flair Arflxig doa la list MM staisWi&rM
ylHU
intcrfiDi orenrts(i8.rcrmoa
;ahd,lwl"I'S'i hd on
nr info. This foul' cor.
iwi.r ji.yi V'-1 -3 V11111 lu UU 4115111. V iny.
'ntlcpa, t.'f COStVf aiNts auisino pkoh ytriA.
fert.O'i.lMi'iJiu'i' Iitoou'.' jTlie popular bulivjf
ft;W;:fl;frM' Wpwts founded m trwdi,
r-Avfiit is 'ckfwratjootf the bloodi 'ilio
jViTtttl'i tTiifc 'tidi'noic and virtue of this Sa'rsaca
Summer Arrangement.
Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
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RAILROADS.
For Cinolnnati, Dayton A Iadlanapollil
i.'i i e:T ( rj4 nl K.U j iiiuj j. J i ,
Through to lodlanaooliB witheat Chang of Cars
-" anrl hnt Ona OianA nf Cava hfltwMrj .'
fll ill
Columbus and 8V:lf6uVVi
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
e,.:4 0
i t;, -j f first TRAW1-13'1 ' J I f "
ACCOMMODATION at S a. m.l stoooln a tllsia-
Uoas between Colombo and Cincinnati aad Dayton, ai
rlvlai at Clasrlnaatl at 10 OS a, a... and ak Datesaat
8.10 a. a., connecting at Daytoa, fori lodlanapolki land
"" i . ..... , i. ..M ...
:r:-, seconix tuin.;
No. 1 KXPBBSB at 1140 a. ..etopplagat Jewereen,
ondon. Charleston. Badarvllla. Zanla. Borlnt Valley.
Oorwin. Ireeoort. Port Ancient. Horrow St.. Lebanon,
fotUr's, Lovelaad and atilford, arriving at Olnoinnatl
at 130 p. as., Dayloa at S.4S p. aa.eanetlMrwiia the
Obi and MiMli.lppl BallroaA for UaKvlU, By Tut
eeonei, salro, Bt. Louts. Haw Orleans, ete.l at vajtoa
for Indlanspelia, Lafayette, Terrs Haute; Chicago and
ill Western points.' . - T ' -. n '
w "'Third, train,
IIAIL at 8.10 n. at., atonnlna at all atatlona between
Columbus and Xenla, and at Spring Valley, Corwln,
aiorrew ana ioviaa, arriving at uuicinnau at a a. a
i-ii ,
I .FQURTtt TRAINS', .
HiauT KZPBB38. via Davtoa. at 18 00 m dnuht.
topping at London, Xenla. Dayton, k ladle towa and
Bauiilion, arriving at oincinnaU at .na a. ai.iatoay.
ton at B.SSa. m.l eonaeatln at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and attalttloDi Ballroad Mr Loolsvlll. BraoevUle,
Vlneennn, Cairo, St. Loaia, Memphis, Hew Orleans,
and all point South aad Booth-west; also, at Dayton
lot Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Haute, unicago, (to
UTTorurthsf Information and Through Tloketa,
apply to M, L. SOHBBTY, IleketAgent. Union Depot,
Colombo.
-' ' i r V. - Sawrtl Ticket Alt, ClnolnnaU.
m. :..- M.) , .etfc w woonwAKT,. . - -
, , Boperifltendens, Cincinnati. ''
Uoiomeot, July 14, hi.. i.'vi
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED !
rm..n a a aan
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i . tJONHKQIlIIQ At BBLtAIBB WlTIt fl 0
BALXlMOREi&'OHlO,
Jbjb.i ABU AT PTTTSBUBOB WITH IHB , uv r.
PENNSYLVANIA .CENTRAL ;
i 91 ' KAILROAD.
i ..,'.-i'ii;ifowMfi
ehorte8t, Qiuckest & Most Reliable
! .n .Route to all Baatern AJitiea I : a
i ,, BW - . . ..... -,b
i)5( Tfalna Leave Colnmbdaatollowgt..''ii
1 sojew Dnu KOBBIBO BXPBBSS Biij.wi.Utii
ttavee Oolumbns g SO A .at. frost Ualoa 'epe
Belktir ar Btoabaave-l arrhre at BelaUr. 18.80 A.
it i BL.abaa.Tlli. 18.10 P. M.l Plitaboreh. 40 P. at
uarrlsbnrg, 1.18 A. M.: eta Ailmtom, arrive at New
York 8.00 A. M.t wta PkiladttiM. arrlvea at Phila
delphia, ft. M A. M.l hew kerk. 1010 A. H.' Ooaaeets
Alee at Banktborg for Baltlaora, ag riving at 7.44 4
i ... ii H i i ii ... - ...
Bleeping Car attaohed .to thU Train
tiota ctelaaitaia. ibb dlraatlw thretKh ta BeUalr
Pittsborgh wttheot haori'ao4 Pungera via, Alkuv
low arnv In Mew YoikatBA. H.. , ... .. ,
TTPTWO H0UBB IN ADVANCB 01 riOBTJIERK
la-;-' y--- '-i- ' r:-!i :,
Tblj Train also connects at BelUIre with the
" ' Baltimore and Ohio RaUroad. .. ,
,'U . ' . PITTBBUBGBt BXPBiSS.', . , " J.
Leave Columbus 11 89 A It . from Union Dspot, via
Stenbeovllle: arrive at Newark, 18 JO P. M.; Ooshoo
ton, 8.UP. M.f Bteubenvtlle, B P. M.i Plttsborr, 8.4
P M. ITJTbis Is ttarooly mate by which PasMngor
aa war ClnolnnaU at 7 A. at., go tarooga w fins'
borgh la daylight, wlthoot change of ears or delay.
Ode
i.n.fi -'.-i.in -ii'! 'AS5
eavet Columbus 8.15 P.
lui'uns... , ,, .,...,.
If., from TTnloa Dspot, via
Bellalre: arrives at Newark, 3,83 P. M.J Zanesville,
4 JSP. M.f Bellalre 7 .65 P. M.: Plttsbunrh. 11.83 P.
M. Barrisburg, 0.00 A. M.l wia AUntovm, arrtves
at New Xrk,4 P. M. aia PMladtlpMa, arrivee
rblladelphla, l.iu r. al.t new tort, a r. at, , xcre
Train alto eonnecta at Harrisburg for Baltimort, ar
riving at 1P.M. ' - -l.-iJ i-f Va-.i
Tula Trata ran insvoga a neiiairaot w saari wwmr
ntehant of Carat and from Pittsbarf than I
enange 01 vara 10 rni'a
Bw York thus offering
Car to Philadelphia, og vla,AUntowa
its i- if.'-"!.. -fl-"fil 1i-i c s-'w iM
Tha only Rout from Columbus to. Baltimor,
..nf)
,,1 rniUdelpbla.or iNw X or it, with only..:.-.
on chang ftf Car., 1 tr.
Bv thia Train Tsaaanmr anlin in New Tork ttvt
boars la advanM of the North rn linee-'
Tbla Train alto connect at Bellalre with tb Baltimor
Drr)tt.v'l."W .lti...ntV
ETThls Route la 30 miles hortr to t'ittsburg,
I tifjarid fmoro than 101). miles hortr toi x
1 3.H . , New. .York, tbaa Kortbern Lloee. ; -.
i i 1 ;a-!i 11 mt anw.ii vi .-. , ;i .
Baggag Cheoked Throogh to all im-
; m ;;,;-portant iPolnta h&'X 'a
' Till IW..-. '0C1
( , jusv tun, aiuAi e 11a
'ocrf'ttoijriti aTPTTuPvirrr 1 1
.rvi !"", 11 r .' .1 Vt . 1 ' .'.-ii vu
Ttckt , OOOtt 4ITB Makr- Btxtt
u v' 1 1 1 1 1 iii.nsiauU jjl-
i.-vT ns-i.p V7iii.a WOe Wi BBOWTf.'-T
Gen. TIcMt Agent Central Ohio It. 9
' I. A. HUIOHlNBON, ,
a. d Sea. Tickwt Ageot Steubtiivlll Short Uati
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,uisvi.o.oiv;BAiisTa-iii'T--A raio
GEnERAL HARDWARE
t;ATX, exABs, line rortT. 6oalAon,
bttsitH t?ltoU, VfdVtVllow tt-tvre
ithartal JtaJMMUt I,Ltt, Bom
rrf.-.vi .rt. !n.n'i .w ,..c,o rTT
T
0. "oOoVw S 1 rW"WW
HllllttoltoflTlMarect 1.
.)uie"t ,BrandairotooTlBs7:,cj
1 u 1 u u 1.1 , a. ii " - -
,JUf '5 u.vi1- "l"v"," l1,,w 1 I
. jrarts Aid move Mp.no mis., M d L 1 T
Boys' G Idea Bill Bhlrtt, do-' ---'Jl
,t,CrivmgaBd HLaeM loveaTo:w u .D,-.UuU
. , itemmaa gomm suuiaxtonim vanoos SCJMB, ;
frrrv&fk bow,
eprns- ,n. - no. bobw uign
II V ...'n..i:(J ..hi n i :A -it tTj
nOV7 AlTD:& OO'D
1 -1 .lJiltta V i .'.k.1 -'
rtitL A HO. 03, BOfJTH jDJlt3jqi IT.,
U and axamlnooramakol. ,." ,,, ' .
I AMERICAN VATCHES- O
9nufotr4 by t. HOWABft ft 00 .''moetoa,'
Thee WatoMear Aw semaator it aBythto tar (Ceral
rtbepablte, ioors.. auvta aa aaeiasiT
ma seU meaa at prioM to;tot tb limav .1. bav
tMtvdaltrg stock of ' .JT"'.
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III tTl,BHa.tUAtv- ffAi Wiit.-t .(jn-fj
auiSifMtarai h APPLBTOS, tBACT, A 04 I
losxesilsMlifini 1 v.nnci .1 ,in:iiti , lj.tu
lAvCLlBaAtKCO BWIBV kTTCfiKSe'V-
' eivftavtMsSBtBOv) toast wrfW
V.dT. lATAOl
ditfSiitfefittitr
! fil .J
I ii m 'i"i I'
F
I rti.ii, fidt-.-iti J.MHB B, t"!r.'J
vaiiy, per year.. ......M....r.,.io u
Trl-Weekly, per car ,
Weekly, pet year ii,ii.,.nAi,;,',A,i
1 00
IN
Papa, What is a Newspaper ?
1 r ftrgaa that geaileasea play, any hr .ii t ."i
,,T() aaawer th taste of tha day, mv VfAm , u tk
1 Andlp la fail aoaatrt away, my be-p.ru wl v.
! .'.'Li
1 ;f Hews from all countries aid cluasa, my boy, tr) r
I , Adrortlsement, sssayi and rhymes, my boy. ,
Mixed op with all sot ll' " l,J''
it. da , of (f)iylag report. n iii u ,i
, ,Aadultsh4A regains tbaavssj boy,.; a-.: -:-..
01 irtf.'lel ibi.VJ'wi.i.' ml CXJ 11 '
w At least In the editor's tree, ilor.V' Vi odI
V) Jj.tieAod logMMgraad -.(. ig fctu
?n , -.i-.iThat few undereiand ,i r . ,jlwraov
,.(T what ln tb world.lt applies, my boyp, tUlt,t
" Btallstles. refltcuotis; reviews': at hot. ' J "
' LIUl Scraps to lastrMl and amose, my beyvt t I . . a 4
t ..a ,l.:K a leagias oeoaia i , ,, ,..,; .., '
aur wwuraucu ioia io peruse, mr ooy. -
ti- Th fand at tksy war aad tkcyaea, my bop, l
i an qoiwie ao airs.of lb Mr, ay aoy, , e v
l . . A nA .v.h - Ir . T
' -On eema rhli, HhtalrlMl ill, m.kll I 65 ..'Hi' j
. .j -kki , -., . ci s. . tu .. e':i i!
! The ag of JoplUr's saoons, my boy , . tk ,-.-..'
The stealing ef somebody's spaons, myXoy,,, r ,
I " u . TheeUteof lb crops. , '
ItMttytoof the fop. -.-P-i
And th wit of tfea paoll buffoons, my bey. t
i ,. Lists of physical Ull my boy"'.''? J'' . 'ti"
' , Banlsbad by somtbody's pllu, my boy, ' '
i A-.u, . Till yon ask, with sarpriee, ' t ; - B
-Why any en die. i ji 1 .:..: ..i
; ...Orwbat't tl disorder that kill, my Uy.;. j,.q v.
' Who hu got married to whom, aiy boy " 1 " '
i 19 Who were on I of In their btoem.my boyV'-" '-'
:i , : Who has had a birth , t ju ti...-,;.,.i
.,...' On this sorrew.staiued earth, ,(
: b tttn fast to th tomb, my boy.' , u.
' ,(, The prio of M1 tad grain, my Imp, ,l .t ' I.
lUreouona to dig aad to drain, my boy, .. , ' .
! , , But 'twould take me too long'
.- :o I, tall yea la song . t- J 1 '
' uA euarter of all thsy eontatra, toy.) i i: jk
.ia ill .'.'Ii ' . . -.--.fl A0KWtH(.r.:
Visit to a Turkish Harem.
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...WW W . IIB.H.W WIIIVWI. w iu, WWII
Traveler thus describe a. visit recent! mad to
a.Turknh harem. In oomsaoi with Mia Fred
edkaUremei, the popular Qwetd sh authoteait -'
Miss Bremer bating expressed, a wlah to vloit
a Turkish harem, I gladly aocompanied bar to
too noute oi soma oi my old acqnalnutnoet, who
were rejoiced to see me after my long absence,
and Immediately ' ordered tha slave to prepare
a least oi tae most eiaoome una in nonor. no
doubt, of their distinguished visitor; for, oo out
entrance, a nau ioia toem oi toe wiae spreaa
fame of the lady to whom I bad Just Introduced
them. The napkins accompanying the delicious
abebert, which was banded to n by alavea as
soon as we bad taken oar seat, were fringed
and embroidered In gold, and the little table
on which the refreshment were spread were
Inlaid with pearl. Many European artloles of
furniture nad been introduced into thia Louse,
among? whleb ware bedstead), mirrors, aad at at
ohaira. . Mias Bremer asked tbem many ques
tions, ana their replies betokened mot enlight
enment than I have anywhere also found among
tbe tabooed oocopanta of the harem - On tak
ing what would become W tbem after dtata,
they rephedr that "'tbey cotl not fd, and
therefor bad never seen Bt the KogaB tald
aboavtbe matrj but their husband bad Always
teagut thsm that in goad would go to Partdls,
while the wicked would be doomed to panlatt-
meat." So much lor having, associated with
Europeans! for In their Immediate neighbor
hood ar lateral Ergltsb and Prussian lemllies
wlta whom tbey ar Quit Intimate. ' Indeed, to
auch an extent wer tbey following the' example
ot lb ladies or these lamuies, whose Ubeity
tbey no doubt greatly envy, that on conducting
oa to th top of their bout,, they ventured ii
peep over tbe parapet Into th street below, bat
oo seeing their dreaded lord and master ap
proach, their old fears returned the greatest
consternation was exhibited, and darting with
lightning speed Into their rooms, they seated
themselves on the divan, and having drawn
from their girdle strings of beads, they leisure
ly commenced" passing them bet weeen their
finger, maturing- thlrpravrslBv low and
BoietaD manner,-1 It 1 uselee to say that th
dolelal and -sanctimonious manner in-' whioh
tbey greeted their busboad gave bins no aus
to rajptei tb horriblo offense of wbloh tbey bad
boaa gaiity.'- .- a ' .iUia ri.- - e-4l -a.
Allotment Tickets for Soldiers.
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Ta3earetary of War baa at labgih earrled
oat tbe provlalon of tb bet of CongreM author
ising aoidior to Bitot a portion ox tbafr pay to
th as of their families and friend. It is, as
w have often urged, most important arrange
ment, rjoiuiara' wiveaaaed no lesgar complain
that they csnaatt gat reotittanoM inom lb army.
All th (oidiar ha to do is to tlga bis sum to
certain papers, wbiob bis ottioers wlU draw ,ap,
ta order to secure bl pay to any on whom b
may wish to rooalv it. la who! or is Bart... In.
th navy th system ha worked Admirably, and
it is presumed thu;U will .work uily .well, ia
tbo army.. , . c r;b l7s-t.v )) t.-
. TbegoMlar iB CAmpof ia th field.Uk th
sailor oa tha ocean, baa no need of money j
uttwanv araaeariy ait supplied ,ty tb Vov-
aw. . . . JL
ernment. He baa food, lodglac-, dre. fir.
medical attendance, to-, lurnieh4 blm grata-
itontiy, aaa tnereiore no oooasloa to spend fiia
pay. , w nasi n gets it into nig own bands, an
fur tuna tely. b 1 too ant to eoend it untMoeei !
ithar at tba solders' booth or among tbe grog,
shop, j Els b Is defrauded of it by tba adroit
rotate, eitner ta or out 01 . tb ,1 na. who aor-
iBAda - hint, to eogag U.'l. litti1 karmleas
game 01 caia.;1 . is every raepact, U is. lto
getber better for bitm to assign bl pay to .his
ail. , or. if ft ftina-lai tnan. to soma laaraaft
frlaod o Io that case, when fa returns from, th
war,, joatead 01 On ding. hlsMalf dMtitno, be
wilt poses a small sum iaxs of his loimo
diatawaBta. ,!. ,linv
The wstabUahmnk af th allotment avatem
in tba army ought to bomada known as widely
as It CAa, b, a it .will ceitalnly 1 aor ease the
number of atUiatAsantKaHaav- men have held
back from tba army became ther were unable
to provide ot' their families duiinft- tha first
month ef sorvloa. Now tbey may bav
isars 01 tnia Bind, as tbelr allotment tickets,
wnicn ara merely dratta upon tba Uovern-
mant, will be eaitaa goad aa so maott nnj.
.tw 4 ma a e.,.'j .whin, ,m.jimii
tBfiW , ' I I 1 Hi I I tfJ,VAl;
The Silent Cities.
f1.
aoi
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V
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,
Vtaoa
ay,
just
alto,.
aiwl
a 11- r u .l . . .1
n4A aaw a, ara imps aya.,"HiBtta.HTOWtvi
tb population in th clues of the living cannot
compet with the rapidity which flits lip;, with
silant throngs, tb cities of thw-dtad'Greeit
wood cmtry wa pea f.totrxstnt,lo
184), aad in 1860 (mmbabiiaat tmsBbatad igk$
Vwutand" 1 .1
Euthty theTUftnd lBt lshteei leara! What
vast and Insupportable grief bav attended
axtsodootlogr at thia great etteofj who. have
takaaibaip plaoes in tee grand caravan that
Uadt tb thus "illwt cUImI'? Many, yea,
bav friends hi these thickly populated and
srsrwuf habisfttloas for th dead, . How-atanv
happy thougbta aom stoaUj); araa -.
think tb farsta Bed faoetj ho whom w
loved la otba dtye tboss from wkoavwahava
beecTMpanted ronyelra, baft Wh ttera with
tumsM ibt bga tftrtf aikltbtmghi Br
4 epoe their troer,njTba avast iaoiinga-
trts e tmw6tci Wftb that vld- by-go
Ibvttai wboaw bav lo vtj aad bisbd, waa
wa- vwovembov -that their iorsn bavw psmsd
away" iVoa aa dovw torwtarS , and tb pirlts
havo TAae4 away froab aartb-e bva, sra
eld not vlvw alt for semtbiff root and Mnm
Msloi aoaa tb fata retetaMaae ol th fatare
f ta sWgavaod, wbtob erar taets s aai stated
hd boaatiful. -XM. alt, bar fteiow oioraiiiR,
have-realiaad tb fall coptnat ol. thea
sllet oi tles.i' fldV maavbriRha ey bav
rrawfl dlmi beWBisiT roddv ehk hara. aomf
ad far, bft W)y (otSTM sand smrtMk
those , wd bvvld fadt"wo'y rstd war
nlaatd IB tba ftltatw tomb, lewclnff sSwdowrol
tbir lovllnM behind. 11 Cyubiv ailvra
"ailent elUt"popalatd.
[From Vanity Fair.]
[From Vanity Fair.] Artemus Ward Sees the Prince Napoleon.
410
,
tbe
all,
still
'Notwiutandru K hilhi? Writ much for the pi
per of ltti nebody needn't flatter tbMelva
tluttth Dtidertisad Uv deC (Oo tb eoolraryj
t ami iire,-,woicn words was spoken by Dan.
vil Webster, who was a able man. Even the
old-lino whlgs' of Boston will admit that. ' Web
ster M oed bow, be w lev en and hl mantlabaa
pvobly fsllea Into th band of some deaias UJ
ana nana ciote, who can't sell It. Leastways
nobody poars to be goin round wearln it to any
partioler extent, now days." The "regiment of
whom I waa knrnal flncrly cooaludad thy vu
better adapted.aa Horn Guards, whieh acoounU
for yon 091 bearia of me, tar this,, where the
hauls are thickest and where the cannon doth
roar.'1' Bate ft Afeericen eiUseB 1 ehll'Ver
ooate so-adtair th masterly tdraaoe oat troops
made) eft Waahinton from Bull Ron, a snort,
time ago. It was well ' don'. I spoke to my
wife 'bourli It tbe time.1 My wife sed it was
Well tOatUl'fcJe.i 1 ,AJ !: .'f;v.)
It havin tbrc4 bl detarmloed U.perUot
BAldir4viUatllhagAuds, and as there was po
apprehensions of Immrjlt, danger, I thought I
would go off onto a pleasure tower. k Accordln
ly I pat on ft elo BiUd Shirt and atarted tor
Wftsblnioa.n I want there to see the Prints- No
poleon, and not to se th plaoe.whlch I will her
use occasion to ODsarv l about as unlnterest
la locstlt; as thet is ibis Bid of J. Davis' la
ter borne, If bo ever does dla, and whero I
reckon they'll mak it so warm for him that
h will si for his gammer close. It is easy
enuff to se why a man goes to th poor bow
ot the penitentiary. Lt bocaws - h can't
hlp it. .Bat why b should voluntarily go
ana iiv in wasmnton, 1 enurely beyond my
comprehension, and I can't say no fairer nor
tnat' U-.J .a-. ,.:.-(, , .., .-.v
I put up to laadia hotels -1 saw tb landlord
anded."Howd'ido.Battlrel" n r 1
' ' -"Half ft-dollar. W chArgS twentt-fiv emt
for iooktaat tb kndlord -and ftf u enU fori
tpeikln to blm. If yon want (upper, a boy will,
ahow yon to tb dinla room lor twenty-are
cents. Your room beln' ln tb tenth story; it
wilt ebst you ft dollar to b fthowa op thetCi'f
L "Ho aiueh do you ax a man for breathing
la thia cqainomikal Uvna7" sed I. t .. '
" ten ocnie a or 01 u, was 01s repiy.
Waahinton hotels i very reasonable In their
oharge. NhB Thia la Sarhataam )l.c .:.:.
tieat,up my fcterd to lb frlota, and was lmv
mejitlt. unhered before" him. He received me
kludifand kxeJ me to sit down.' ,u '
1 "I bav onm to pay toy re peck to yoa Blio
tr Naooleoo. hoola to se vou bal and haru
"1 ara qult,wiil,yibe m,.;w jou well,
alrl"
"'"Sound as ft'cnss!"-"! anBWerel
H emd-ts b pleated with my ways, and
w entered ttrto ooovarsatlon ta onci. . ,l
"How's LewlsT" I axed, and hated" the Em
peror Was welt. ! Eugenywas likewise well, he
sed. The I asked blm was Lewis a good pro
vider r did b oum bom airly ntteaT did be per-
foora ber bed room at ft onieaaonable hoar with
gin and tansy 1 Did he go to "the Lodge" on
nites when ther wasn't any Lodge? did be
often bsv to go 6ow town to meet a Irtend?
did b hav a gwritlr aoquainianoe among poor
young wlddera whose nuabanswae in Calilorujtj
to all 01 wnioo questions. tn frlnH periiteiy
repllde, giving me toBnderstan that th Emp
sOWbalD Welli- (rr .i. )5. J ,?! -r .-r-.- 1 1
tA'1-.ftav vbt toMtionft, jay royal duke and
most noble highness and Imperials, becaws I'm
anxious' to know bow be sttnds as a man. '
know He's smait. He is cunnio, b U tang-
bdd, be Is deer. he is grate.. But ooleta be
la cooaV. he'll com down with a orash one ol
theee data, and the Booypaiti will be Bastid np
agin." Bet yer lifel ' "! '" "- '
HAir yoa ft praacnerf Birr' a inquired, ants-
ly Sat katllcul. .- .M,ii'm;t,)'! .
"No, sir. But I blev la morality. Ilika
wis blav ta .Me tin ai-iuea, Bhow ma
plao where tbaroisn'taay Meetin Hnuse and
wbar praebr im nevar Bean,' and I'll ahow
yaa a plaoa where aid bats - air stuffed Into
broken winders, where the children air dirty
and ragged, whos gates bar no hinges, where
the wlmin air aiip-sbad, asd where maps of th
devil's 'wild land air painted upon men's ehlrt
bosums wlth'tobaoeo Joocel' That's what I'll
show yoti.V Let u ooaslder what tb pretobers
do ibr os fei ore we aooose ira."
He sed he didn't mean to aboose tb elergv.
Not at all, and bo was happy to se that I wa
Interested In tn fianypart tamlly. -,; '
"it a a gfale tamiiy," sod I. ' "But tbey
sooopea tne 01a man in.- " 'm-
"Ho, Slrl" i " i-'-;."-sriav,Jtn ;
"Napoleon th Grand." Tha Britishers scoop
ed him at Waterloo.' Hr'waated to do too
much, and he did H! They toooped hlat In
Waterloo, and be aubsekently died at ot. Ilele-
nyl 1 There's where tha gratest military man
this world aver projuced pegged oat., it was
rather bard to couilne such a man as him to
Heleny, to spend his larst days in catchln mack
eral, and walkln np and down the dreary beach
In ft military cloak drawn titely round bin (se
nicter-books). but so It was.. 'Hed of tbe Ar
my!' ' Them was his Iaret words. So he bad
bin. lie was grate: uon't 1 wisn we bad
pair of bis old boots'o-eommand sum of
Brigade!'!.' & h-uat ti. -.
This pleased Jerome, and he took me warmly
bt tha bjadVw : i'ni aowr i - v .-. r
"Aiixanoer toe urate, waa pnnkios,"A eon-
tlnued- "but tNapoleon was panklnser! A
wept becaws there was no more worlds to scoop.
and then tok to drlnkib.- He drowndld
orrtrslntheflowldbal, aad tba tlowla bole
vu too muoh for hint. - It glnrallv Is. - Ha
dertook to give a make txhibishun La bis boots.
but It killed Urn. .That was ft bad Joke
AllCl a , i-ji .-..i,i 1:1 OjiS 1
VSlne vou all so aollcl tons about Franc
tha Emneron may I aak yotv- bowwour
country is getting along I" sed Jerome, in
nlaaaant woina.
r . .. . . VI . .. - . . .
-in BJixea," 1 sea, -war 1 inmr we bdaii
ddm out all rlgbt.,"j t-i ' ,vhai
"Columba. whed be dliktverd this maenlBV
dent oontlnent, oaald bav had wo-idee of
grandeur It would on-day areoom,- sed
Prints, .uaa-itj-uaq t,ni! aa.cl. n'leiv
It boel Colomboiiwrjntr tMasadd dollars
fit oat his exploring expeditloa," sed 1 "If
Bad bin a sensible man, he'd bar pat the mony
m ft boss railroad' or' ft aaa-ompanyi ana
thia magnificent connnetrt'ie' tba" intelligent
savages, whO.wbeb they1 got bold -af a
thing, know enofi to keep It, and who v wouldn't
bav seceded, aor rebelled, nor knock Liberty
Itttthehed with ft slungtbot. "Columbos wasa
fflueaar af eiier, anar alf. 'it -would bav
money In my pocket If he'd ttatd 10 bam
Chris trient well, but be pat his foot la It
fee saled fof Amerloa." V"' '"--!
" W talked ' Sum -tabr-About halters
thingur and At larst IriVto go, wll K
ay good bye to you, -nobl sir, 'and1 food -rook
to you; "litktwise tn tame r uotiiriy.
to tbe ftorgeoas'pertoha which , eompose'
toot. 1 If the Emperor's boy don't like Hviof
It tb Tooirts, wbn b gttaoiaer, ana woui
fttkato atBbark- u tbate&ow dibpm "
eom with me aad, t'llsaaka a, man f, hiss,-.
Yoa find as sum what mixed, as I before
but earn agin next year and you'll
aanleAiMs-Arar.' e--- emu v.Tk6a
vtttn bt) to keep away front the,, petes JF
auctions of tb East, aad th proprietors,
corner-lots ta tb WesWj bid him farewell,
went away. u ,
WARD,
(Artemhs)
Tharsnsl U Indianapolis will 'eommened
Operations'' fof General Fremont, too Monday
next, and wtll torn out on boodred thousand
cattrldge a ddy front (bat flma" forward."'
w.i-in;''"""""1' . . , 1
TT1 a far rNBTANI BBLIB?
aad PBBMABBirt 0CBJ
lttrajlni tompTarnt M
!e5' i'a"li 'U
,.TfTT"i'i j ....HT4-i .'-fj
Mlftawy B B. B'TMOUB ft CO., 1"7 Nmsri t- .
v Prto ftl par bwn teat tre by poet -
' roa bali at AibBkOaeisika'
a rlAwWs '
firr
mm.
R1SH.STEAMSHIPL1HE.
Bteam Between Ireland and Amerloa
NEW BOlTPNND fiA LWeVY '
Th followlnt new and nunit.i .M..ut,
theel Steamships compose th abov Hnet
ADRIATIC,' ' ' 8,888 ton tarmeB, Oapt, . Miue
I (yormertot nUOolltDHoe.)
BIBBBNI A, 4,400 tons burthen, Cspt. V. Prows.
COLUMBIA, 4,40 "i:.-K.LRiwm.
ANOLIA, ,i4,0 , ;;tSMt , MioaoLtoa
PAOiriO, 8,000 -iJV I. au,a.
PBUIOB ALBBKT, (Bcrew.l" V-
3J0Q J. Wautam.
i On of the abov ship wfirteuve Hew Tork or Boeton
tlteniltely every Taeedsy fortofght, tor6alam car
rying lb government aasila. teenhlng at Bl. Johns,
N. 1
The Steamers of this lias hare beta constructed with
th greatest ear, under th supervision of th govern
ment, have water-Wghl wmpartmanbv aad ar unexcel
led for comfort, safety and speed by toy steam r afloat.
Tbey ar commanded by able and (xperteuoed omcert,
and every exentea wjkll be mad to promote th comfort
of passengers. .
I An.sxperienotd Sdrgeea atUeb4 to Mob ship.
HATES OP FABSAOE.
Tlrtt-clsesN. Y.or Boston, ta Oalway or Liverpool IOO
Beoond-elaes, " ,.."1 t , . 75
first-class, " " toBt John'r 35
Thlrd-elsas, ' ' ?-w-toGlwa f Liverpool.
I or any atwa'la Xralaa. oa a Bwiway, - 341
Thtrd-eiaeepaeaengeraar ltberaley eapplled with pro
visions of the best qaality, cooked and tsrved by the ser
vants of th Company.
, HCTCItN TICKETS.
Parties wishing to tend for their friends from the old
country can obtain ticket from My town on t railway, in
Ireland, or from Ike MriaeipAiUei Bngland and scot
land, at vary lew ratea, ,..,,
Passenger for New York, arriving by fh Boston
Steamers, will b forwarded to New York free of charge.
I for paasage or further Information, apnly to
iv - W it. WIOKOAM,
At th offlo of th Company, on tb wharf, foot of
Canal street, new Tone; -- ..... j...
OOWLAND ABrlNWAbL, Agents.
aprlll8:d0m.
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HUNNE WELL'S .
UNlRSAL : i'
c-WXJQE REMEDY.
,-:;a -T-2 1
for all Throat aad tang OompUlnU Incladns, with
taostperfect results. Wuoorwa Cooob, Chsohic skb
Cobmor Ooreus, Browttiiar na Throat OoBrLaiNTe,
always forerunners of OoptompMoa, aa a Boothum
Btaor It nas 10 superior, jrrced from an upiaie or
Bmetie p rope rues, may be need by most delicate eonstl.
tuUons, and with perfect confidence.
HUNNEWELL'S , ,
QEjraBRATEl
- -.. -TOLU 'ANODYNE.
1 .
' bi Griatrit Na-roEaa OruTg ever fferet to ihe
world, containing not a particle of Opium, nor any sub
stanM but ita strictly vegetable and medlml properties. '
A sure Bemedy. for NtcRA&eu, : Baai'sUTHUf, Goer,
Toon akb Ear Acne, Catarrh, Boea oa llav Psifa ,
and all minor NefVooe Complaint. . -
foa Lots ot Burr, aad Headache in au ice vanetio
It has no equal, and to which moel ondoubtcd teetmonl
als are offered.
foa DauRica TRRstsn lt Is a moat perfect remedy
foa Bowu. CoarLAUm. after removing the pain it eel
as a physio, a moot important contrast with the cunsUj a
lory eneoie or upiom. - - -
To Phveiefana, f onau las and Trial Bottle will be sent.
and to Dealer or Invalid a deserlpUve pamphlet with.ut
poetare-euunp. .1
jrreparea auuer uie special eujiervijion or
'JOHN L. SlfJlvNUWELliS
S-I'-Vlll-
cuxMisT ahd rflAaaacctmar-, .
Ho 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Kast-
TowhomplSAse direct all oomujuulcat'.on,.
Prism Larye Couch Remedy, 50 cents per Mile
'. - email -; V . - "i .' J r
Tela Anodyc. 50 " . , ,
for ml by th usual wholemle and retail dealer.
Mrywhar. , . .. - ,. ..
B08BHT8 A StSTCXL; ' N. B. MABrtl
JO UN ft. OOOK, i. M. DliMIG, - i,
Q. DENiaa. BUNS, A. J. BCIIUBLLBB A BON.,
mayl7-ary Agents for Oolumbas. Ohio.
ajr.
r-w ot . .
'j0
- PEICK8 BKDTJCBD r,
. ITrom the New iork Observer.!
Asallpartle mannfactaric Bcwlnt Meehhictareoi-
Und to Day Mr. Unw a lioenee en each machine st li,
and are a so compelled to make returns to blm, utia-r
oath, u to the number sold, bis books give a correct seiu-
ment. from this reliable sooroe we have obtained tic
following statlitlcs. Of th machines mad in the ) ear
1859, ther wer sold,
. . By Wheeler A Wilson 01.305
f " I. M. Singer A Co. 10.W-1
" Grover t Baker...... ",
Fhowins; the sales of Wheeler A Wilson to be dout!
those ef any other Company." '
Awarded th highest preurloms at th - . ,i . .
United Butts fairs of 1HM, lrUD and 1BU);
also at tb '
. r. Ohio BUte fair of IMS ana 1M0
aadat nearly all tb County fairs tn tb State. '
Out prist, at th lat ndactton, or 0 low tu any
lock liich mashln now sold, and bat a trifle higher than
th Interior too thrtad chain ttich snocAfae, now
loreed upon the market. - . .
Th WBEBLBB fc WILBOrT mACulNB makes th
Loot Brum--the only one whlohoannot b raveled. It
Is Alixb or Botb Bine of th goods, leaving no ride or
thainonth mndir tid.
Alt tnacMnt var-anXM 3 vevirt, ana tntrrwcHra
gives ln their use, free of entree.
-K.U ,1 ji-3 ' VJx,os rtige viniiawioae, v.
. WAL BUMNBB A CO.,
a TswdArwflm Plks'i Opera Hoe. OlnoianatL -'
ii.s ,1. " 11
GREAT CURB
"'DRTLELAiND'S-" ; '"'.'"
. . : i .in ;
ANTI-RHEUMATIC' BAND
r- ' " " - ' ' ' )
la a iiti uxmli Anuvvn titiucux run.,
. 11 -.i
Eueumatim, "Gout and Benralgia,
AND A BCRB CUBA fOB". .1
All ,Mercni7al;Diaease3.
- It Is ft canveniently arranged Band, sontalnlag a M
tcated compound, to be worn a round tba Waist, without
Injury toth most dUMtoprsniabirUi babiui
of living It required, and it entiieir removM the dia
ease from, th system, without producing tb Injurious
effects aiteing free, the of powerful Internal medi
cine, which weaken and destroy the conetltuUon, and
give temporary relief ooly. By this treatment, the med
icinal properUes ooulalnrd la tb Baud sam In Mntact
with the blood and reach the disease, through the pore
fib silo, effecllugln ewv Instance a perfect cure,
and reatofin: the peits tinker d to aeAiR- edition.
Shis Bsnd iaaleea motpowrtul Axti staMoaiAL agent,
and will enUrely relieve the syewn from the periuotowt
efftouef Mercury. Moderate emeee ar oarwd la a iewi
dars, aad ere ar Mnstantly receiving- teatimanlait ol ,iu
(ffleaoy tn arirravated case ef long standing. - ' J
a Paici es.se, to a had of Drirn gaaeralls-, ariMa
b Mnthy mail or expreasi ajitb fail dirMiteaa lor aa.
to any put of th oounlrv direct (root th Principal
OOo,'- iif'.i 1...... .":( .ul.'i .- )At Hi.
daid w JoJ 40V BB0ABW1Y, Itv Iwk- iJ
odwo, iMlTH cV CO., Bole Prot tw
..-MrtpUvClroJJSenifrM.l,!1 i,x,...Jt
A. J. B6UUBLLBB A BOM, Drcmhti, in. rto.
877 B. High Bt., bet. friend tnd Mound, 0lamav CH'I
. O" Acmt VaaMd Bvrywtiere.
mhS8-lylsovl JAiW :rt v!'l" rxlA
tfninilsi
tl SV'A A SV 1 1 ,
mUHATEU t AtlRIO
Inea Bbtrt Botem PMla aad rt " f-S "
,-ShlrllBg and Beaom Linen. r. .-,.,,.
Wa! 1.11 " ,. BheetlnM en PllloW Casltsv.
Linen CaeuhrtMaad Leae Ihhsm.I il
r 1 k . .. .1 .,
,, e, v.. TowellinatesKlDtaira
', ,,. LlrwBapklosaedDOyiUe. ,.i, .
Linen Table Olotneand Satla Daousk.
Llaea Towels with oolored ooruer. , !.l"-a
- Mn Siair Oaewetaai aad Csaah.
-iaoaifi .b i'l t-Wev?HV2ii.fci
af siifv t 1 tr-vi .!; "i - 1 - , , ..
1 . . 1 . . r- r r
IV
tPtl LAKT Oil ,WTEt.PUO(lf
CLOAK ClAmis. Alto, other m,irs uf Surliu
6 'oak Cloths, In ail deeiraWa mlxiarra indii-i, Ta.
Ml and Buttons to match r"" ' BalN tkiiV,
aprllS K.8BBouUtIlightr
ft I . a . J AW V
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