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2k OhiiJ StiijtisiUAn
D AELY. TEl-WEEEL Y AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fBBtllHJBI AID FBOrBIKTOBS.
O Ofllc 'Bob. 80, 81 j.nl 40, Kortn, High Bt
TBBMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ;
Ut - 00 per year
- " By Hhs Carrier, per weak, law MoU.
Weekly, 1 00
arista ( Advertising by tba Square.
aestiuar 1 vtaj...e20 00
Ons aquar S weeks. -S 00
Out mot,fht 18 00
,,)n " t bodQu 13 00
Jn " I month! 10 00
Jot, i month a 00
One. (.'', i acuta.; 5 00
week.. 3 00
" lwek... 1 75
" 3 day ,..100
? 8 day... 75
I Insertion 50
Displayed advartlsament half mora than tht abort
t to. i ,
Advertisements leaded and placed In the oolumn at
. jim nonces, aouoie tht ordinary rant.
All uutloet required to be published by law, legal rate.
iui u uie luKw exclusively alter m n it t week
per cenl, more than the above ratee; bat all such wll
apiwar In the Tri-Weekly wlthont charm.
' Busltxass Oarde, not exceeding five Unci, per year, In
fi le, 1 so per line; outside .
NqtloMof meeUogt.charltables otletlee, Are oompanle
Ate., half dam.
All trantimti adiurtUttnmtt atuti P paid for in
m w,-m a . ruie win not pe vanee irera.
Weekly, asm price a the Pally, when the advertiser
i the Weekly alone. Where Dally and Weekly
an both used, then the chsrg lor the Weekly will be
an un rautoi tn uailjr
Jl atlrertlsraient taken motpt for a definite period,
P. A. B. 8IMZUJ8,
Attorney At Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
te-Aiuliof Baildlng, oppoilU Capitol Square.
v.W . ; ooLumjDB, ohio)
Attorney '& Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO. '
Machine Mannfac taring Companj
I , : HAN0TAOT0UM OF , 1 ' '
STEAM 1 ENGINES & BOILERS,
' Outlngt, mu-gorlay, lUhUry.
Of BTBtT DBcwrnon.
' COLCDIBU8, OHIO.
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1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I.
Connecting at Oratlln with Ibe PITTSBURGH, ft,
WATNI . OB 10 AGO BAILB0AD
nr rvutnrg, Philadelphia and BaUimar. AUo
tor tort Voy and VMeago
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKK BH0BI BAIIr
''" ' " ' . BOAD
t'r Danbirk, Buffalo, Albanr Boa.
. t ivi rnaiia nww itri
t THREfl TRAI1SS DAILY,
. IXCBPT BUNDAT, --
from Oolnnbus, In eonntctlon with Trains on tb
A.1XXLE HI I A in I AND COLCJIUCB
V' ' nsi at,ni naiLHOAlll,
t- !.!. '- '
.' IIB8T TBA IN.
iUHT lArlllsl) Uavee Columbus at 1.40 A.M
wiu Kav passesgtrt at ail tuuon toatk or Oallun,
'ttopat Delaware, Ashley, Cardingtoa and Gll'ad. and
at aHttatkmi north of Ballon, arriving at Oleveland
atlrOuA. HH Dunkirk 3:00 P. at., BuAalo 4 45 P. H.
Altany I SO A. M., New York 6:35 A. M., Boeton 8:30
t. at , Pittsburgh via Crestline 3:20 P. at , Pbllad!'
hi 1:10 A. at. Chicago vU Crestllnat7'00P. 11.
1s - IBCOND IBAIN.
Nlw YORK IXPBB88 Leave Colnmbut at ll:lU
a. a. tvuittop at Lewis uentre, (lor Whit Sulphur
Bpringt), Dtlawan, Carding ton, Gallon, Craslllne, Shel
by, Mew London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 33I p. m.j Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m. But
falof lOtSS p. m ; Albany, H:tS a. m.j NewVoik, 1:45
p. a.; Bctton, 4:40 p.m. This Train connects at Shel
by for Sandusky, and at Giaftoufor Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 0:4U p.m.
i: ' . ' THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave Columbus
atx.ao p. m. Will Mop at all stations South of
Shelby, aod at " Mew London, Wellington, areton,
and Bona; arriving at Cleveland at 8:30 p. m : Dun
kirk.llrtJta. a. Buffalo, 30a. m.; Albany, "0 p.m.;
MswYork. 730 p. a.: Boston, 11:45 p. m. Pittsburgh,
VaCrtllo,at 11:55 p. m.j Philadelphia, 1.00 p. m.,
Chicago, Ha Crtaila. 4:45 a. m. This Train Connects
at eh.lby for Banduaky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:55 p. a. , . . . ,: -
Patant Sleeping Can are run on all
Sight Trains to Chicago, Kew .
As-, York and Boston.
Maw CntetU Tknmah to Km Tori and Botton
9m Otftand: alto, to fhiladtlpMa and
, lork via OruUint. . ,
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Bight BxpreaarrivaatClBalaiat...U:l5P. K.
aasoaatOUea Bapt arrival at Ooluarbut at 7:50
sa.v - . i f . . , .. jr
artiaj l.aw--avHby any atber Uente.
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SBpsrlotenoent, OlvUnd, Ohio.
,( Ul f, JAMBS PATTBRBON, Agent,.
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OO bba. tiandard Whit So gar, wneMing af Pow
' dred.Chruaoed, Grualated A and B Coffee, a
O quintals George Bank Oodneb.
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bwUaaaanaerbt aaptrlor U any yl Introduotd
r 1 a r i ' I f i -y. e1
DURAXILITT AND GKAClurULNESS.'
KQYAL QUARTO flOTTOXt
" ' . -II ."' ' . 1 .S'.MiA M 1 V- r. -f
Th lateit Th Iarggt.-Th Uert.
' The Cheftpert Became tlio Bert; : '
1rbe nt Heliabt
. tberlty-of tbEaglUbL,a;aaKa.H ,
Sim Uundrtd XnHtunt RimMtort of OhU
Tito ' BEST BNOttBII DIOTlOWART IXTAKT."
trary Urn IofyuhertK.
'II arattpwardiof a Hundred Thonaand Words,
whose multifarious meanings and derivations, together
with theli torrwt spelling, and pronunciation ar oltarli
set befor th eye.1' f --,
Btad th4 DteUton fie Uwri f tki Ohio StaU
Xh nnderslsned, ntantn of Hi Ohio IUU Ttaohen'
Association, adopt and aim ta uss la . leaobJog, wrlllo
and tpnklng, th orthography an! roBanoUUon ol
Woroestsrs Hoyal Quarto liotlonary, and we saost or
dlally recoainirad U at the most rellabl standard aa
thorlty of the Knglbh laugusgo, at It It now written and
loat: Airnaiwt, Prsiident Kenyon College. .
U. D. Laaerrr, Superintendent Zsnesville luboolj.
Triot. W. HAKvtr, Bap't Haullon Union Schoolt.
M. f, Oowoaat , Bup't Publlo Bchools, Sandoskr.
Joun Ltkcb, aap't Publlt Schools, Olrotevtll.
N. Sutroas, Prluclual Cleveland lemal Bemlna-
Wm. M mau,'8np't Public Schools, Mi.' Union
Jpu Osdsh, principal But Normal School, Mlnoe-
tola. . . . . ,. , r i j
Cinch)0 H0"' P'lDC,p1 'oartl Intermediate School,
H. B. MinK, Snp't Canton Union (ehooM. - v' ' '
Bowia Unit, Principal UcNealy Normal School.
u T. Tarran, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio Cnlvsraity.'
Wat. W. BawaBBs, Bup't Troy Union School.
A. fl. Bonun, Prinolpal West Ulgh School, OUre
B. A. Korton, Assoslate Prinoipal nigh School, Cleve
land . ,
IntopoM Stiiiux, Prlnclpil nigh School, Clev
land. , . r . r
B. f. Utmurroii, Principal Oltrtland Initllut. r
i. A. Oaaruui, President of Xlsctlo Iustitat, HI
Yf. L. HAaaia. Vraf.'af fihemlMr. ohu' Wa1vr,
D. U. Bmkwi, Ix Cemmlsaloner of Common Schools.
Jamb Uomtoi, Prof. Bhotorlo, Oberllo College. '
Taoe. Hill, President Anttooh College. '
O. W. II. Ctuoat, Jrof. . Wathematlct, High
School, Dayton. t ir ; , O .
B. 0. Crum bahob. Prof. Lintmiire. Tjlih Hchool
Daytnn. - . r . ,
B. At. Biltsai, Snp't Union Schools, Ashland. ' .
Hon than Sim Bundrtd other PreHdmt of CoTU-
0, Profamort, Author and DitUnnUKid Educa
tor, hat tndornd th4 about imttmmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
HARiirra Couxot "It I trulv a mstnlfleent work.
an honor to the author, Ui publisher i, and th whole
vumry. rnsiaeni Anarewt
Ohio Wblsta Umvnim It exceeds mv ezncta.
none, it will tx my guide In ortnoirrnpuy and pronnn.
elation, and will often be consulted by me for Hi neat
ana accurst definitions." President Thompson.
W. B. IcLtOTlo Oollesb. "Ileratefcra havanaed
Webster's orthofraohv. At a reoet.t meotlna of oni
Paculty.it Waadeclited to chanva it la conform to thai
of Worcester' Uoyal Quarto Dictionary." President
Wtrrn Bnotvi Cotuot. "I And II worth ol
ooraiai approoauoB." rrcsneni juiicocock.
Ostxiis Cotitw. "It mora than mteU m eneeta
tkm. -1 recBrnrsnd II at the standard authority It
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
norgan. , . j , v u U y
Ann oca Couxsi. "X adopt and aim to as In teach'
Ins, wrltlnt and speak Insv the orthocrashr and eronnn.
cuinnu oi noroetter aoyai uuarto Dictionary.''
rnsiaeni am. ' ;f
"In all my wrltln. toeaklnr. and teachln. I have an
deavored to conform to the rule for orthography and
pronunciation as oootalntd in Worcester's Dictionary."
uorac uann, iat rreeiaent. J
Ksjrron Columi. Gamim. '! most cordlallv reoom-
mond It as lb meat rsllabl standard anthcrltv of Oit
nngiun annas at It It now wrllMn and rooter.."
President Andrews. . . ;
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS Of, OHIO.
Vow Bov. Anton Smyth, CommUtiontr $f Oommon
oahooit tn vmo.
"The Diotlonarr la an Imnulthablt monnmBnt to the
learning and Industry of Its author, and an honor to tht
world of letter. The mechanical xeout1oa it fa aapt
rlor to that of any other Leilcon with which I km a&
Jnlllntw1-I - .J .
jrom non. u. tt. nanny, jga-vommutumtr oj
oenomt m i"tip.. , . r v. U i
"The molt reliable standard, authority of the. Ian
gang.' i . i i .
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WHAT TBI ... 1 -a f -
HitiacLlns; Newarpepera of Ohio &o.y.
Iron tht CUtnland Herald of Harsh 88..'.
Th orthography of th Warcteter Dictionary 4 tba1
need by most, If not all. a a than ol distinction (a this
country and Bnprland, and conforma t the genarai stage
of ordinary writer and speakers. . ui . ,
WbaUvcr prejodioae may hav (listed previously, a
careful itudy of this volum will Invariably b fallowed
by a wara appreciation of Its great merits, anda.daslrs
lo add it to th wall selected library, be If iarg or small.
It I a library In Itself, and Will remain -a Imperisha
ble record of the learning of It compiler. J
' Iron tht OtnotnnaH OommtrtUl tftprO S0 J
Hsr ar upward of a hundred thousand word good,
bad and lndlllernt wboc aaltMariaa- aaeanlngs snd
derivations, together with their cotved ptiHne;nd rto
auDClatlon. are set clearly hefora th . TM work It
Unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus ot English Words
tver published. , i
rora tht CltotUu IWnitaltr bf&pttft, iStal ,
Bvldently Worcsstis'i Royal Qd'arto DrOTtONART is
not only tht latt, but tht tsar work of tht kind tetr it
MMd.andcu by no poMibluty tuffsr by atimpariton-or
controversy. ' j
from thtlbltdoBladttf HbyW, :
' At to M.OH0RCUTlOft, WdRCtSTIR II TBI BtAWDARB
followed by our best authors! In definitions ht leaves
nothing to be desired, and In ORTBoeaainiTtslaiaffloteai
to say that Waataara. aan hq. tafji followed. (, j .
I INOIIARI Sc BKACCi
rnbllabera, BoakteUeraet Stationer,
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oautaUding policies of the Company, and having . th
ntetttarf amount v 'M serve aiarefut, th Dirrtr
nav oaolasea UivuaNB at percent, en the- trut
am paid at th Ublt rate, to all policies for lite In force.
Issued prior to January l,.id(jti, payaUla aobordiag tnths
i raw of. lb Company.
Bate for ill
klDi'sol Life OoatlngBeUvfrcrot
tt ai ipplleatlab, will be tarnished
wrrawtrt aaaaait, at the Otto ar Agtaelw ot th Com'
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IBlfJjO, afIW.BR, Bcrtavw f . .m.rl'
.HU U -HVa. WalilStjW JeSC51 1
' 1 -
ri ia e n' rtavii black
i vpvaaa biauvbv ever anada. Yh
ScrofulayO King's Evil,
is a coiutituttqnal digoaadT a corruption of the
blood, by which this1 fluid berjome yitiatcd,
weak, and poor.' Beiriff' in the circulation, it
pervades. tliQ whole body, aod may burst out
in disease on any port of it. ' No organ is free
from its attack), nor is there One which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercuriui disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habit&V the depressing: vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infcetion. "What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending 11 from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation " indeed,
it seems to. be the rod of Him who says, "I
will visit tho iniquities of th father upon
their children." ' ' '
Its effects commune by deposition from tho
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles ; in the glands, swellings ; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer' from scrofulous com
plaints; but ;they lavd fur less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases l conse
quently vast numbers ; perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by tliis taint in the
system, ' Most of the consumption, which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
In tills scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of tho liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all tliej organs, arise from or
are of grivated bf fie fame cause. ' -
One Quarter ofnll our people are scrofulous ;
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate, it by healthy food and exerclso.
Suoh a medicine wo supply In
AYEB'S . ... .
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing snd fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most activo rcmediuls that linve
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of tho
system from ' its destructive consequences.
Hence it should bs employed for tho cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as F.ruptivb
snd Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's I'iiib,
TIobb, or Erysipelas, Pimpi.es, Pustules,
Blotches, Blaims and IIoilk, Tumoiis, Ti-.tteb
and Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Kinowouh,
Riieumatisu, Syphilitic and Meucuuial 1is
eases,' Duopht, Dyspepsia, Dbiiility, and,
indeed, all Complaints auisimo puom Vitia
ted or Imwus IIlood. Tho popular belief
in " onpttrw of tht blood " ta rounded m truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. . The
particular purpose and vlrtua of this Sarsapa
rilla is to tmrifvnnd reorjnerata thia vital fluid.
without which sound health is impossible in
ron the speedy cuke op
Intermittent Fewer, or Fewer andAgne,
Iteralttrnt Fewer, Chill Fever, Dumb
aru, rerioaicai Heartache, or Bilious
Headache, and Bilious Fertr, Indeed
for th whole class ofdlirsiei originat
ing In biliary- derangement, eaneed by
the Mularla of Sllusmatlo Countrlo.
We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
wilii certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remeuv it invaluable in districtt
"here theso afllieting disorder prevuil. Thit
"CuitP." oxpds tho miasmatio poison of Favnu
ani Aoue finm the system, and proventt the de
velopment of the disease, if taken oa the first ap
proach of ittpremonitory symptoms. It is not only
tlia best remedy ever yet discovered fr this class
of complaints, but also tho cheapest. f.l'lie lare
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach o every hotly ; and In biliout district, where
Flvbu and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A (treat superiority of tills remedy over any
other ever discovered fur the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittents is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious ell'ects whatever upon the constitu
tion.. '1 hoe cured by it are left at heultliy as if
they hadjierrr had the (lit cote. , ,
i i ever and Ago It not alone the constoWnce of
the miunmntro poison.. A great Variety of disor
ders ariso fiom its irritation, anions which nr
f'ntrtiltria, liheiimntim, Oiut,'l!ratlacht, Blind-firt.Yof-j
Karachir, Cvt-irrh, A-itimn, .
eikuiM,' Painful Affcrtion of tlin Sjiltrn, llisttv
let, Pain in tho Bowrh, Vulie, Pctralysit mid he
rangtMrt of .tht Htomach, all of which, when
origmatinst in tins cause, put on f Tie tulcrmilttnt
Ifpt, or become periodical. This " Cuna " espcls
the poienn from tlieblood, and f nruenucntly cures
tliem all alike. It it an invulimblo protection lo
hnmiyrnnts and neraous travelling or temnornrilv
fctiding In the malarious districts. If taken occa
tionally or daily while exposed to tho Infection,
tlint will he cicreted from the tvstem, and cannot
accumulate In mifBcicnt q'usntity to ripen into dis
ease." llenro it'ls even more valuaMe for protec
tion than ctir,nad ttvi will ever tuffcr from Inter
mittents If thtv avnil thetntelve of the protection
tins remedy afford..-: .' :; ri faj.
prepared by Dr. J. 0. AYEB ii CO., Lowell, llass.
nonnnTa a BAMrrrr. ni.h. :
nuvv.uu.iwaw . 4i . ,ri . ..-.
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES MUX
STEAMERS ; .
TO AND IUOJI , ' ' '
j Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec, '
I,, . axul ...-... .....
I rJ JJia W, YORK.
the Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's nrst-clast
all-anwrd01yd-hnilt Btwuwrt tall everw Sat
nrdav from PORTLAND, earryiBg tht Canadian and
United Statue Mall and passengers.
I vK0BWROIAN, , - NORTH AM BRIO AN,
' BOHBMIAN, ' ANGLO-SAXON,
; i : NORTH BRITON, ' ' HIBERNIAN,'
Oanadian, . - , NOVASUUIIAN. '
Nttortcat, Cheapest and aiulckc! Oao
. . verauoe sroasi ,, . , ,
Amibica to ail mil or pjBorr
Katea ot Fa aan go to Kuropes, i
.H t 30, 6G, S3SO-- :
Will tall from LIVERPOOL every Wedueadar.
and from QUK H BO everf balurday ,alllnjat
LONDONDKRRY, to ncelveon board and land Malltand
Paaeenrsrt, to and from Ireland and Scotland,'
IlZpThet B learners art built of Iran, tn water-tight
otinpartments, carry each an xpnnoed Burgeon, and
very attention I paid to tb comfort aod accommoda
tion or passenger. As they proceed direct to LONDON.
DBRY, tb gieet risk tnd dslay of calling at SI. John's
It avoided. . ..
Olatguw pastenirert are furnished with rata casaan
tickets to and from Londonderry. '
Hsiara noaat granted at reduoM rata.
Oertiuoatoa Issued for carrying to and bringing out pas
ngers from all th principal towne of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced ratee, by this line of tteamera. and
.icmuu, ifiuii mw.. "j un. unw oi noumni, ana
by lb WA8U1NOTON LINN OP BAILINQ PAOKBTa.
leaving Llrerpool (very week. , v
Blgbt Draft lot tx and upward aar
1. able la Kncland, Iroluud, Scot-
) laud ar Walts,
Tor paeav,-tpply kl th Oflloe. 3 HftOAV
WAV, Naw Bark and lt WAXUak MT.
8ABXI. BZARLK, Qtseral genu,
Or lo- j. fi, ARMSTRONG,
nolOlydfcw Poet Ofilot.Oclumbot, Ohio.
I . - Co-Partnership. , ,
Iff ATK Tni DAV ADMITTED KIT
son JAMBS Arwie.li !..,, ?
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ili l?a ", "' wnduoted (nder tb firm
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Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton tk Indianapolisl
Through to lndlanaoolis withont Change of Cars
and but One Change of Cars between
.' .' '.' 'Coltunbns end Lonlg,
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
ACCOMMODATIOy at S a
i stopping at all tta
tlont be we i Columbus and Olncinnall
nail aod Dayton, ar-
riving at Cincinnati at IS 05 a. a., and at Dastonat
8.10 a. m.,conactU.( at fiaytoo for Indianapolis and
': 8EC0ND TRAIN.
No. I EIPRES8 at ll.40a.a.,topplDgat Jefferson,
London, Charleston, Cedarville, Xeula, Bprlsf Valley,
Corwln, Import, Port Ancient, Morrow St., Lebanon,
Poster's, Loveland and Mllford, arriving al Cincinnati
at 4.30 p. m., Dayton at 8.45 p. a., nnotin with th
Oble and Mlealatlppl BailroaU for Loalsvlll, Ky., Yin.
ceunee. Cairo, 8u Louis. New Orleans, to.i at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago and
alt Western points.
' THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL at 9.10 p. m , stopping at ill t'atlons between
Columbue and Xenia, and at BprUg Yalley, Corwln,
Morrow and Low laid, arriving at Cincinnati at 8 a. a.
Mient BIPUKSi, via Daytoa. at It 00 midulgiu,
t'npplng at London, Xania, Dayton, Mtadletoirn and
Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at 5.85 a. m. iat Day
ton at 9.55 a. m.; connecting at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and MliilssipplBallroad lor Loulavllls. Evansvllle,
Vlnoennes, Cairo, St. Louis, Memphis, Naw Orleaos,
and all points South and Bouth-weit; alto, at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, io
ICf Tot further Informstlon and Through Tickets,
tpplr to M. L. DOHERIY, Ticket Agent. Onion Depot,
P. W. 8TBADBR,
Oeneral Ticket Agent, Clnolantti.
. JN0. W. DOUKRTT,
E. W. WOODWARD,
Oolumbui, July 14, 1861.
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BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTSBURGH WITH TUB
, fOBVUNCJ THB
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities 1
Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
Leavet Columbut I SO A. M. from Union Depot via
Bellalr or Btaubenviil t arrives al Bsllalrs, 10. SO A.
U. hteabenvlll. IS. TO P. M.; PitUburgh, S40 P. M.j
Uarrisburg, 1.10 A. M.: via AUtntoun, arrive at New
York 8.00 A. M.; do PhUadtlphUt, arrive at Phila
delphia. 1. 10 A. M.j New lork, 10.30 A. M. Connects
alto at Harrlsbarg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M.
Sleeping Care attached to this Train
f role Columbut, ran directly throurh to Bellalr of
Pittsburgh without chaos. and Paewnger via Aliesv
iuwh uiif, a nav sura ai o A. sa.,
IL7TW0 HOURS IN ADYAN0B 0 NORTOBBN
This Train also oooneoU at Bellalre with the
. Baltimore aod Ohio Railroad.
Leavet Colnmbut 11 85 A M . from Union DnoL via
Steulienvllle; arrive at Newark, 18 50 P. M.i Coshoc
ton,. 15 p. u.. Btsubenvllle, t P. M. PltUburg, 8.40
P M. Tr?ThU I iMooly ronM by which Paaeenien
aa leave ClnolnnsU at 7 A.M., go through to Pi Its
burgh lu day light, without Changs of can or dslay.
., f AST UNI.
Leaves Columbus 8.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Bellalre: arrive at Newark, 3 83 P. II.) Eanaavtll,
4 33 P. U-i Bellalr 7 .55 P. 11.: Pltteburah. 11.85 P.
M. Harrisburg, 0.00 A. M. via AUtniewn, arrives
at New York, 4 P. M.I s Philadelphia, arrives
Phlladelnhla, 1.10 P. ii.: New York. S P. AI. This
Train alto connecli at Harrisburg for Baltimore, ar
riving at 1P.M.
Thia Train runt through to Bellalr or Plttiburg with
out chang of Care! and from Pittsburg there la no
change of Cart to Philadelphia, or via AUentown to
New York that oleilng ,
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
rniiaaeipuia, orrie York, with only .
one obangt of Cars.
By thit Train Fasaenrers arrive tn New York Ave
hoar In advane of the Northern lines.
Thia Train alt oonnact al Bellalr with th Baltimore
and Ohio B.B.
ETTbls Roots Is 80 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana more inaa iuv mile snorter to
New York, than Northern Lines..
Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant Points East.
ABE YOB TICKETS YIA
XELLAIRB OR STEUBENVILLE.
Tickets Oaod arer altker Haate.
JNO. W. BROWN,
Oen. Tick St A sent Central oble B. B.
I. A. HUTCHINSON, .
Oen. Ticket Agent BteubeuvUle Short Un.
WllUam -a.. , G-lll
And Seed Store,
NAILB, QLABfl, BASH, PUTTY, COBDAQB, :
Oant, Platala, WctdAWHUw vrare,
atharand Bibber Belting, lao Leather, Ho and
king. . , ; ;. -:!, . ,? lT, ol-dl .
GOOBUi ,v , , .. , , .i
NotsIUci in Neck Ties and toarfi.
" ' Byron and Qarrot Collar. '
" " Bmbrolderad Pocket Handknehrenj .
Parle Eld Glove superior aaka. . - .,
Golden IIIII Sblrla. various ati la.
Boyt'Oeiden Hill Shlro, do
Driving and Street Ulovea, do "
Utamed Pocket Uandkerchleft, varloa atelas,
' Half Uoat and Under armnu, . h
, ' . BAIN at 805, '
apilll No. South High ttreet.
' 'AMEHlCglN, WATCHES,; M
CALt, AT NO. ets SOUTH HIGH MX
and tiamln oar new make ol
aanafactnidd bp I. HOWARD 00 Boetoa, Mate.
Tbeee W a tehee ar far eaperlvr to anytbtog ever offend
to tb publlo, beratofor. Uavtog th aolaiT agency,
jou aan uaa at pnee as (uiiiiie ume. I have lust
loalv4 a laxg ttaa of
. J.!;?MtWICAK v7A,TCHES,!f. 1 ;
aaa"u(otared by APPL1I0N, TEAOT 4 qq , ,
aa atteroneni or
XNOLl"Il AMD feWIII WaVTCnjEI
r, tnwaidaad lihfer 0ae,at PaaaprHw.) ,
Dally, per year.. ,
Tri-Weokly, per.ar. ,
weeity. par y
Mr. Russell's Letter to the London
The Timet, ol the 11th. nontalna thr.a lull...
from its special correapoDderjtlnAmerioa.dat-
ed respectively tbe 20ib, 23d aod 27th of Au
gust. iDey ere, evidently, more moderate In
their tone than those heretofore published.
vt w uiaae a tew exiracwl
MILITARY QUALITIES OF THE AMERICANS.
Il Is not to be supposed for one moment that
tue American people eaunot lurnlib the ma
terials of as fioe so army aa tbe world could
produce. Ho one questions the gallantry of
moir race, i nej coraoioe the "lurla rrau'
oeee" with the cold courage of tbe Auclo Stxon
Hut lo ibeir coatesis ther have been
fetl that do dependeoce can be placed on mere
perionai urtvery, in wbleh moat meo are equal
to a military sense, as tookeu of bv Jomlni and
other writers, and that bravery pu rJisclpline
canuot ever fail to prove more than an folia
tion for the tame quality minus discipline.
The aggressive campaign has eoded thus far
uoaucceaaiully for the North. The second pari
ia yes k oume. wnicuwiil De the aggretsor
mi time in me ngut is yet to be teen, but tbe
Indications are thak.tbe South will try it band
lu an offensive moveoieut, ahd il it does tbe
North will, I ttiitik, bate ha revenge for Bill
Run, and It may be a balance U its credit on
tbe other side. Whatever may be tbe object In
view, it it certain tbat the government at Rich
mond is action, as il it intended to create appre
bentions In Washington, and thereby animate
Its frienda, and thy are exceedingly numerous
It Is affirmed that tbe Confederates eould not
advance because tbey bad no trautpori, and
that they are now in poweaaion of proper train
but any attempt to cross tbe river now would be
very difficult, owing to tbe activity of the gov
ernment in purcbaalng veasels aud hastily fit
ting them out as steam gunboats, lo neutralise
whicb tbe enemy mutt erect strong batteries,
wltb guns of loog rsogo, to clear tbe rivet a
work of time, if It can be done at all. The
hopes of secessionists are kept alive by rumors,
a sort of food whicb la by do means healthy in
PREPARATIONS BY THE FEDERALISTS.
Meantime tbe North is In such a mood tbat
the Gaveromeot is encouraged to proceed to
the most extreme acts lu repressing opinions
hostile to tbeir meaoures. It 1 dow a orlme
against tbe United States to denounce tbe war,
or even to ory aloud for peace, and tbere Is a
spirit e brood whicb promites to make the strug
gle last as long as meo and money can be found
to bring it to au end.
THE SPY SYSTEM AND ITS DIFFICULTIES.
The authorities are all working with energy
to bring every power to play against the South,
and as tbey consider it important to prevent
communications between the Confederate and
tbeir commissioners in Europe or tbeir friends
here, tbey have rtsolved henceforth to stop and
board all tbe steamers outside tbe ports, and
place officers on board of them to look out for
auspicious persons. But what can they do when
ladies will wad tbeir crinoline with percussion
caps, and carry galvaolo batteries in tbeir ten
der bosoms when Ibey bug sulpburio acid
under tbeir arms, and wear stays of copper
wire when they pad their pttilcoata with
revolvers, snd swell their stocking lent with
On the 26th there was a review of Cea. Mo
Powell's division by General McClellan at the
Other Side Of tbe Potumao. I rode orer In tha
forenoon, and found the troops drawn up in the
meadow w hi. 'h extend from the river toward
he MMOutonf. Tbe sentries on tba Loos
n. :a .1 . . n 0
cABiuinvu iu paaiea cioaeiy. Une ttteol
of tbe reoent ordeis in relation to passes has
uceu hi uimmisa toe numoer of people 00 the
rueu so tue camps very mucDj but there are
great quantities of esrts and wagons on the
move, and it looks aa if tbe authorities were
determined tbere should be do want of trans
port. No army in tbe world faas finer horses
than those which have been collected bv tha
aotivity and efl'jrts of tbe Quartermaster-General
Meigs. Prlnoo Napoieon was much struck
with their superiority. The carta are almost
equally good and numerous.
Ueneral McDowell and bit staff were in front
and some twenty or thirty persons, of whom
more than two-thlrdi were soldiers from the
oamp above, oomposed tbe whole of tbe specta
tors. I believe tbe gallant offloer whose modest
and truthful report of tbe battle of Manassas
must bare secured for him reeoect and amna.
thy in Europe, will soon be relieved from the
Indignity of such a small command aa tbat to
wnicu ne nas Deep, reduced after bavins? led a
great army. He has studied his profession
thoroughly, and practically knows the constitu
tion ot all the European armies, bss served in
Mexico, la m travtled gentleman aod yet in
his own uatlve city was to be found journal
wnicn aeoiarea tbat bs bid lost the battle by
bis personal incompetency, and that be wad Sit
ting In hit tent drunk snd playing cards while
the fight wm going on. -It
1 an admirable comment on tbo way In
wnicn tneae stories are conooctcd, that the
General Is a water drinker, and never drinks
either wloe or spirits of any kind. As an 11-
lustration 01 tne ready way in which Americans
Uke up arms, I would add that one of his aids,
lu.jur iviarence crown (nephew ol tbe ex-mem
berfrom 8outb Lancashire), was and la a ml
veto in tbe New York Seventh Regiment of
State Militia, and that he Is now discharging
tbe duty of an ailde-oainp with seal aod alao-
ruj, aituongo out a lew months ago be was en
gaged in the business of a OOuntiDff.hnuaa.
sue uiarvuiug wbb generally very good. Tub
men were silent In the ran ka. and thara nn
cheering. With some exceptions there wsra
maov reasons to De eat IsfleJ with tha tnn...
anoe of the divlaton. . Tbe President, whn dit
not remain an hour on the field, drove back over
tbe Long Bridge. Tbe troops marched back
and reformed in line, and finally, after the re-
1- a BAT Ml aa
view, venerat racweilaa rode away Into Wash
ington. He has examined nearlr all tha reel
ments under his command, and la txertino- him
self greatly to get the army Into oouditlonj but
mere win ne do movement lor. some weeks to
come on bis patt. Tbere oan be no good gained
by It, unless the Southerners are foroed bj tbeir
exigencies to make some decisive demonttra
Moo.' They have got a large foroe, and are
threatening tbe Upper Fotomao forces from
Leetburg, out there it do Importance to be at-
taonea to it.
Col. James A. Mulligan was born In fJtina.
New York, In the year 1828, aod is consequent.
iy in ma toirij-seoooa year, nil parenta were
natives ol Ireland. His mother, alter the death
of bis father, which took place wbsn ho was a
cnuo, removed 13 unioaco, wbere she has re
sided with her son for tbe past twenty three
years. She married a respectable Irltb Amert.
oan In "Jhloago, named Miohael Lantr. U
wm educated at tne liaibolie college of North
ioicag,o, unuer toe euperioienot.nce of tba Rev.
Mr. Kinstll.r. bow of Nsw York citv. Ha ia a
strlot member of theCaihoilecburcb. - Ia 1653.
1563, aol lobs, be read law U the effloe ot tbe
Hou. laaao N Arnold, ooDgreetmasj from tbe
iniot:o eieinot. (era sbori tlae be edited
tha WiSfrra Toilet, a temt religious weekly pa
per, in Chicago. In 1858 bo was admitted as
an auorney-at-law re Chicago. At thit time he
held the position of second lieotenenl la the
Chicago Shield Guards, one of the eompanles
attached to the Irlah Brigade now In Miaeourl,
and whiob hM oone so well lo Lexington. In
tho winter ot 1857 Senator Fitch, ot Indiana,
tendered him a olerkiblp la the Department of
tho Interior. Ho aoeepted . the position, and
spent tho winter at WMhlotton. During his
reeldence lo W tablemen ha tmresoondad with
uoutioa 2rorA,over the BoBOo mloaio or
"8ataaM r .t .,1 .. ' , h'-flu.i bn(fn."i n-,i
; Alter bis retnra from WMhlngton ke was Y
elected captain of tbe Shields' Guards. On the
arriving oi tne bombardment of Fort
Sumter, ho threw his aonl into tha n.iinn.i
oause. The Irish American oompaolee held a
meeting, ol which be was chairman. Shortly
-- "o wen to waanington win a letter
written by tho lata Senator Douglas on bis
death bed, to the President, tendering a regU
ment to be called the "Irish Brigade." He was
elected colonel, and immediately went to work
with a will. The course of tbe "brigade" up
to the battle of Lexington, la wellknowai it has
nobly, bravely, and honorably done Its duty.
Col. Mulligan. Is worthy of all praise. A pur
er, better man does not live lo the State of Illl
nois. Since be baa been sble to tell tbe differ
ence between ale and water, a glass of spirit
uous or malt liquor h. a not pasted his Hps. He
is a rigid temperance man, although he Is lo
ouod and whole so., led to a fault. He Is six
feet three inches in height, with a wiry elastio
frame; a large, lustrous, btsel eyei an open,
frank, Celuo face, stamped with courage,
pluck, and Independence, surmounted with a
bueby profusion of hair, tinctured with grey
Honorable In all relatione reapeoted by all
be haa won hit way by untiring Industry and
uoqueetionahle courage. On tbe SOtli dy of
October, 1858, he wm married to Mist Marian
Nugent, bp the Roman Catbolio B,shop of
lblcago. Ho is a fioe scholar, a good speaker,
a brilliant writer, and a promising lawyer.
A Remarkable Discovery in the Alps.
Toere is news from Swiixerland, styg an
English paper, whicb painfully recall the mem
ory ot a terrible catastrophe which h
the Graod Plateau of Mont Blano on the 20ib of
August tow. Ua tbat dav a Dirt. r-nnl.,lc
ol 11. It -I I ' .1 . O
. ...luuici auu auuje gentlemen iroa Uo
neva, started up tbe mountain. acaonananUH he
several guides. A descending avalXibe swept
off three of tue latter, bv name, Augusta Tair
rix, Pierre Balmat and Pierre Carrier, all three
belonging i families inseparably connected
with tbe history of the mountan. From tbat
day up to tbe 15th of this month, not a trace of
them was ever discovered; on tbat corning waa
discovered, on tbe lower part of tbe Glacier dct
Botsous, a number ot human remains and frag
ment 3 of dreas, accoutrements, eio., which bare
been recognized as having belonged to these
hapless guides. Tho relics are stated to conaist
1. An arm In tbe most Der feet (Late nfrr.a.e.
vation, witu tbe band, fint-ei a. nails, ak in and
dried frcsen flesh intact, in no way discolored;
pais vi a awe noger only gone. Tbs length of
tbia limb ex ends to the elbow.
2. Part of two different aknlla. arlth a 1.1mA
deal of bair remaining with the tkin on both; one
ueioDgiDg to a iair mo, tbe other to a dark one.
Tbe bair most wonderfully preserved In color etc.
Oueof these fragmeota was recogolaed by Julian
vc.umuus t,a survivor 01 the IB'JU ascent) as
beiog that of Pierre Balmat.
d. fart of a guide's knapsack, with sundry
portions of a lantern attached to It.
4 An iron orampoa, which tbe guides at that
time strapped on their shoes wheu they crossed
the glaciers, etc , to prevent slipping.
5. 8everal portions of guides' dreas, cravats,
bate, tiro portions of linen. Dortiooa of cloth.
coats, etc., all easily distinguishable as belong-
up v uivu ui mo guiae cists.
Two of tbe SUideS who aeenmnanlmt tlian.pl
of 1820 are still alive, and It la aaid th.s n.
Hemmel atill survives in Encl.nd. Th m,,
interesting circumstance in connection with this
recovery of tbe remaina of these long-ags mourn
ed men is. that It ia In exant fnlfllln,..., r P.(
James D. Forbes's prediction, baaed on his obser
vations and knowledge of the laws which guide
the motions ol the elaclers. Prof. Fotbes, it is
stated has repeatedly told tbe Chamouolx guides
that they might look out for traces of tbeir de
ceased comrades In the Lower Bossoos, In about
lorty or lorty-ave years after tbe catiatrophc,
aod that be told Augusts Balmat in 1853 to keep
a look out. . .
A Bit op 8oldieb Boy Foi A conesDond-
ent or tne Bjstou Lfcurier, who is one of tbe
rveoster Mas.) Kegimeot.says:
"Tbere is a little of comedy often mingled
with the history of this war drams. A small
party of boys from the Regiment, went up
A-orauurgjurtoocu over tne rotomao,and round
themtelvee in Virginia. After a.fewmiles of quiet
warning, mey aaw over ma Bold a largo bouse
uriuieuuy ngnieu. ui course tnev cm had tha
fence and crept up towards it until tbey beard
tbe merry voioes of tbe Invited guests. Here
tney look oounoil and decided tu arlvnr-
uiad to see you,' said the host; 'no apologies;
whst did you do with vour hone? Ban wait.
iog for you. Come in and let ma Introduce
you.' Tho lady of Ibe house presents them
with many a smile, as the cavalry for whom tbey
were waiting-, -vvnere aia van in nva a
disguise?' 'Oh, we found a party of Yankees
and striDoed them: we are aftav man. mn
know, and oould get here better by leaving the
ntgs.' 'Close by, I reckon!1 'Yes, yonder.'
aua m tne taoe 01 a cavalry tbat could not be
ar on, tney ate toe supper aud politely retired
amid a shower of eomoiiments. and aomethin
more, if the chivalrous fellows told no stories
snout tbe 'little dears' of tbat American
night's entertainments, whose history is yet
iu ua wia in me osxaarB 01 tne southern sag
[From the Boston Saturday Evening Gazette.]
Ike Partington's Vacation.
HILL TOP, July 31, 1861.
Dear Bob Bally for vacation. I'm having
tbe tip toppeat time you ever se. Uoole Nathe
was as glad to tee me ai be could be, for he's a
cross old ourmudgeon, and makes the bovs toe
tbe mark, I tell you. He said be hoped I'd be
gooa, ana 1 aaid 1 anonidn't be anything else.
He whispered something to Aunty Hetty, and
looked al me, but I didn't seem 10 mind it
He s got a new horse that's very old, and pre
tends tbat he cannot be got along nnleis you
push bim with a whip. Its all sbam, for I
Btuok a brad into a stiok and touched him with
It, and be went like smoke. He kicked hit
hind beels through the dasher, and broke tbe
wagon aod landed ma and Bill Into the ditcb.
Uoole Nathe said be couldn't see what bad
got Into the beut, but I guess It wm the
brad, though I thought it wasn't best to men
We btd a flsg raising here yesterday. It
waa big fun, you'd better believe. We hadn't
any flag; so I got one of aunt Hetty's sbeete,
and palutcd a blue square in tbo corner with
ber Indigo bag and chalked out some atarn
then I got Unole Natbe'a pot of red paint that
ne mates nia auocp who, ana made tome eio
rant atrinea. and tho flaa waa dona. Wa tnnb
a brat new cord line of Uuole bathe's for hal.
yards, then cut down a oioe little maple for a
pole, and nailed It up on tbe barn. One of tha
neighbors went down aod told Unole Nathe
what wa were doing, and be came op from the
. A r
meauow aa mail aa nop,
I see by the way bo acted he was a secet
sloner. He took down the flig that wa had
eooaeorateo, and I could rt stand It, so I made
him a speech, and told bim the flag tbat he had
pulled down wm tho emblem of our right to do
as we oleMcd, and he bad better be careful bow
he trifled with the spirit of liberty. I'd better
not said tt, because all of us boys had to go to
bed without our supper thai night, aod Aunt
Hetty gavo us m talking to about tbo thett.
Wbat a fuse folks make about tilflra.
Bui we had some fine fun next day with Un.
la Nathe. He's got a big white rooster, that
he sets everything by. 80 we oaught him and
oolored one of his wings blue and tba other red,
and bo looked m floe m aoythlur yon oversaw.
Tbe hens did not know wbat to make of him.
aod they all seoeded. When Uncle Natbo
oame Dome, tne nrst thing ne saw was h aernw.
or, who got upon the Woodpile and yelled Yan
ked Doodledvo," aa loud as bo would bawl.
Csela Nathe did not know wbat to make of It
al Brat; out wuoo bo saw the fun or tbo thing,
he did not laugh any. ' - -, .,
I with yon waa ap here, If yon were, we
would train round, I guess. There's clentv of
berries, and lot of birds, and Unole Nathe hie
got a gun and two aouoda or powder, aod
there's boat In tb pood, floe fltblng, aad
everything to make a fellow comfortable Can
not yens steal away aod Dome op here, aad make
'em think yoa're goo te th wart ' , .
yi.nv , r i . lours, loolaver, ' r. a
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE,
Steam Between Ireland and aimerlea
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY 1
-hf SUV! h." MW "a sntt erit-tlasspadJU
wheel Bteamthlpt eompott th itaov Un:
ADRIATIC, 4,681001 burthen, . Capt,J.ntAO
(Pormarly of th Collins Lint.)
HIBERNIA, 4,41)0 tons burthen. Ctpt.N. Paowaa.
COLUMBIA, 4.4MI .. V u, Vtob
ANOLIA, 4.400 " " "ZmJ '
PAOIrlO, '00 " ' I. Bmiib
PRINCB ALBBHr (sorew.)
On of th above ahlne will laara Kmw Vo-k
Alternately every Taesday fortnight. forOelway. car.
rying tn government mailt, touching it Bt. Jobos,
Tb Steamer of tills lint havt been constructed with
the greatest care, under tbe supervision of tha .ov.rn.
moot, hav. water-tight eoaspartmenls, and are unezcel
led foroomfort, safety and speed by any steamers afloat.
Tbey art oommanded by abl? and experienced oiUoers,
and every txertlon will bt mad to promote ihe comfort
of pueengera. ,
an.txperienced Burgeon atlacbad bt each ship.
HATES OF PA8SJAOE.
Pirst-cltis N . Y . or Boston to OaI... or l.;.rrunl a 1 1,1,
Becond-elase, .. i 75
Piretclaie, " USt John' '33
ThlM-claae, " " to Oalwae or Llremnnl.
or any town In Inlaid, on a Railway, ... 30
Third -clan paseniiers ara llber.l i .unniiaA wiih ....
visions of the best quality, cooked and served by the ser-
vtautay va VSiVJ VUlIipUJi
rarUet wiahins lo seod for their irieuds from tht old
country oan obtain tickets from any town on a railway, in
Ireland, or from th principal cities of England aud Boot-
land, at very low rates.
Passengers for New York, arriving by th Boiton
Bteaioere, will be forwarded to New York free of charge.
Por pstssg or further information, sp l to
. . . , Wa H. WIUKIIAM,
At th office of 111 Company, 00 th wharf, foot of
Canal street. New York.
IIOWLAND A8PI.WALL, Agents.
for all Throat and Lung Oomulalntt. includnn. with
most perfect resulte. WHoonaa CoroH. Oiianmr aaa
CoBiaoa Corona, BaoacuuL sail Tuoat Cnari.Aive,
always forerunners of Consumption, as a eouriii.e
nvaor 11 nas o superior, treed from all Opiate or
Boetlc properties, may bs naed by moat delicate conatlj
tutlons, and wltb perfect oonndsnce.
Tb OatATtn Matcial OniTt ever offered to the
world, cobUiuing not a particle of Opium, nor any sub
stance but it strictly veritable aud medu-l proper tin.
A sure Remedy for Nsraanau, Rhsi Aiua, Oudt,
Tooth arn Baa Acna, CaTAaan, Ross on Hav Fv..
and all minor Nervous Complaints.
foa Loss or buar, and Ueadacne tn an' it vartenu.
It has ao equal, and to which auel undoubuidteetinorl
als are offered. ,
Poa Dmaica Tatans It it a most perfect remedy.
tot Bowbl Coarunn. after removing tbe pain it ae'.s
as a physio, a most lmpor'ju.1 contrast wlUi the coii.ti,,a
lory effects ol Opium.
To Physicians, Pormalas and Trial Bottles will be eeni.
and to Dealer er Invalid a descriptive pampnlrt withoct
rreparea under tn special enpervtslon of
. JOin 1. IIUIYNE WELL,,
cnsjsurr aa ruARBACicnn,
Ho 9 Commetelal Wharf, Boston, Blsia
To whom please direct all communications.
Price Larr Cough Remedy, SO cents per bottle
Small " i
Tolu Anodyne, 50 "
for sal by tb naual wholesale tnd retail dealt; rv
BOBBRT8 A BtUtTBL, N. B. HARPN
JOHN R. COOK, J. M. 1'BNiU,
Q. D8NIG a BOKS, A. J .nCHUELtRRkbON,
mayl7-wly i cents for Oolumbui. Ohio.
W. A. Eatchelor's Hair Dye!
This splendid Hair Dye hat no equal Intiaotaneous In
tuwr-Bmuiai aiiavw or naiurai nrown no ttainin;;
tie skin orlnjuilngtiis Hair rcmcaicstneatear aa
effect of Bad Dyes, and Invigorates lb hair for life
None ara gtnaln anlest signed "W. A. Bstchelor "
CHAS. BATCHBLOB, Proprietor,
Jyl&wly 81 Barclay Btreei, New Yort.
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batchelor's Eair Dye!
The Original and Best In the World)
AU other ar toer Imitations, and ahon'd he arcidnd '
If yoa with to eaoap rtdlcnl.
GRAY, BID OB BUSTY HAIR DyJ luuntly to
btauUful and Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to
Hair or Skin.
flfTBBN UEDALS AND DIPLOMAS bar bee
awarded I Wm. A. Batebelor since lW9,nd overfO.OU
application! nav been made to th Hair of hit patrons
of hit famous dye.
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYB producer! a ool
or not to bt distinguished from nature, and a warranted
not to Injur In the least, however long It may be contin
ued, and tht 111 effect! of Bad Dye remedied; tb I! air
Invigorated for life by this eplendld Dye.
Sold In all clOe and town ot th tutted Slate
Druggist and Taney Qoodt Dealer.
ILTb Genuine ha th nam and address span a ttnl
plat ragravtng oa four side of each box, of WILLIAM
A. BA10HXLOR, Addree
CHARLES BATOHBLOB, Proprietor,
JyU wly tl Barclay street. New York .
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Goat and' Hearalgia,
AND A BURl CURB BOB
All Mercurial Diseases.
It Is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated compound, to bewesaaraandtn Waist, without
Injury to th most delicate person e: ne chant ia habile
of living required, and it entirely remotee the die
eae from th lyetea, without prMuetog the tojarioet
effects aiUSng from U aaa of powerful internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy the constitution, and
give temporary reilel only. By this treatment, tn med
icinal properties coMamed la the Band eome m eootaot
with tbe blood and reach the disease, tbioa.h thepure
f th ekia, effeouog la tttry Ineiaao a perfeot ouie,
and restoring the parts stnu-tcd to a heel. by eoudition.
Tha Bind la also a moslpuwsrful Awn Hrracoaut aaeut,
and will entirely relieve the ayauiia troa unptrmoiou
effects ol tlercury. student ease an oun-u ia a fnw
d vra, aud w ara oooauutly receiving MaUaenlal of it
clhoacy In asvraraled oaaesrf long .lauding.
Paio ti.tM. to be bad ef Druggist aeuerally, or aaa
beeeotby mail or expreaa, with full dirwiloaa for as,
to any ptrlof tha oountrp dlrwi froat lb Principal
Who, - . ,
Xo. M9 aXOADWAY. Htw Yerk.
O. SMITH 4. CO., 80I0 Proprietors. '
N. S Deeoriptlv Olroular Beat free.
A. J. BeUUELLER A SOU. Dana,rra. Aaawr. Me.
S77 S. High Su, bet, Pnand aad Atoana. tldubas, O.
1 lrTAs;uta Wailtd Lvsrywhsr. .
S'bSe-lyUertstp aAw - - - . -
i " . Irish Linen Goods.'
1TTAROA t TED fAHUIO
1 'j ii.i
V V Linen Shtrt Boeim
Piaia and faarar ''-'
i ! airline aa aeoooi buiene. -
,,(. adnea aaeettpe and Pillow Casings.
Lias a Cambrica aod Leo Law na
Line Pocket-handa tt, all slsa.
' Linen TcHrelllap aad Diaper
. trlMa HapklaeaadD'Oyilee.
LlrraoTabls 0 loth aod Sat Daosask.', ', .
Llaeo Towela with aotoreS border.
. i.i.m ai. 1. nn ri..ni n .k
for sal alios prion. ' '
baim a eotr, .
. . . Ke.BWBoaUi Uiakaieeet,
BTtaNE OHirrswDan. . . . benst t- eairrtMOEa
, I 8, i H. T. CHITTENDEN
. Jiyoap. tVt Broadway kew fork City, aad
raaws' Boitaiaa, Oelaabat, Oaka. . , 1 ( M ...
Groarulattaitla paid t CoUeoiLm.
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