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fOBLISHlBS AID PBOPBIIOBt
SOT OAs So. M,, IS sad 40, JTorth Bgh It
'f V.V'fcW krUtflBLt IE A VANCE. J '
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aeeqaartt real. ..890 00
On nun weeks. .4 08
On -w A week.. 1 00
One ...a) dweek... 1 75
Om '1 dan... 1 00
Oof '1 V month MOO
On i faonihe M 00
Jne Smontht 10 00
Oat t month! 8 00
On " Sdays... , W
On 1 iDHtttOB i H
Of I month. S 00
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1 ana.
"Aivertltementi 1 loaded and placed In tlx eolaaaet
t aonoae,- aouou (As ordinary rottt. . v r
- All uoHom required to be pabllahed by Uw, legal sates.
It ordered m the tnetrie exclnetvely after the nntweek
P cent, mora thu thi abeve rate; bat ill inch W11
appear In tht Trl-Weekly without charge. , ; ,
Buelneti Oarru, not exceeding Are llnei, per year, In
Mia, par line; outrife'.
Notlotiof meettngi, charitable ocie tie, flrtoooi panic
Am., half pile. 1 r ( 1 1. 1
Mranijmt bdfmUitththtt mutt t paid Ayr to
minancA Tht rola will not baTarledfran.
Weekly, una ric aa th Dailr,-bn tht adTrtlMr
ottbt Weekly alont. When fbt Dally and Weakly
art both ated, thon Ua eharga It the Weakly will bt
air the ratcaoT the Dally j
Ho adTtrtlteaitnt taken except for a definite period.
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BUSINESS CARDS.:
F. A. B. BmXIS8, ;
Attorney txt Itxxxr
. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. J
Oltca Anboa flnlldtaf, oppoalto Capitol Bqnara.
. OOLtTMDDB, OHIOJ
Attpmey.& Counsellor at Lav.
,., MARION, OHIO,
& ''1.::
OOLTJMIlUa
Machine Mannfactnring Company
KaMDrAOruUU 0
'STEiM ENGINES '& BOILERS,
vuiuifi, Kiuotaxuif , massary , ,
-.- .aWn : ' 11 -
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1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I.
TI7
I
RAILROAD.
- ' CoDnttsii0rtl!ne tth the 'PITTSBOEOH, t.
" WATKB OBI0 AGO EAUKO AS
lr i'Uhonry, PtOaMtMo and aWmora. . JZt
-..t.i! .' jMTayMMl fciiij.'-.' I
CfcflDtoUn OlartlaoJ wltk Ota LA KB BH0E1 KAIL
ROAD oth'-'i !'" J
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I; !
IHBEE TRAINS DAILY,1
..v-'r. AZOirt CMDAT.i t. '
fftaa-OolnBbs, lnonnaetIoa wlUi'ffiineoBllie
ITT1.KJHIAITII AND CO 1, 17 n BUS
, ArU jLtnaA UAlLHUAUttV
.. , jfc-i- FIBit XBAIM. la li'r.l r--l
NIQHf EXPKI8B. Ltaret Columbni at 3.40 A. M j
- wUl laara paaaeara a alt tutlont eouth of flallaa,
atop at Defaara Aahley, CanllDtoa and 01 lead, tad
at all 1 tali ana north cf Saltan, arrlTlnt at O ten land
at 9:0a A. at Dunkirk P. M.. Bofela MS. K.
Albany I.S0 A. JA., New Y.rk &3S A. Id.. Bottoa S:M
B.Jt.,UUborfb-Tla Oreetllna 3:90 P. M , Phi lade b
kUS.10 A. H. Chicago Tie Ortseiltnt at 7-00 P. H. j
BIOOND TBAIN. " I
Ml T0BK IXPBIBB Ltayea Colombo! at 11: BJ
a. a. Will Hop atLawla Centre, (for White Bulphor
flprinfi). Delawara, Oardington, Gallon, Ortttilna, Shel
by, Hew Laadon, Welllngtoa and Grafton, arrire at
Vlareland at 1:39 p. m.; Donkirk, i:50 p. nt. Bat
alOr 10a p,, .; Albany, H:iSa. m.; Mew Totk, 1:46
p. aa. ; Beaton, 4:40 p. m. Thia Train soanaotoat BheK
by (or Baaduky, and at Giafton for Toledo, arriTlng at
Toledo a 6:4 p. m. '
, THIBD TRAIN. . , ' J
MitC ABD AO0OMM0DATI0N Leartt Ooloiaboa
at 8.30 p. a. Will ttop at all ttetlooe Booth of
Bhalby,' aid at "New Loadon, Welllntion, raftonk
and Bareai arriving at Cltraland. at 6:341 p. a t Don.
kirk, 1:00 at a. I Buffalo, 340a. m.; Albany, 5o p. B.I
Nawtork, p. a.: Bottom-11.45 p. a.) Plttaborgn.
via Omultie.it II:M p. m. Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.t
Chicago, era Oraetline, :4i a. m. Thle Train annnaott
at khelbyfog BaDdutky and ToleJe, arririDg at Toleda
atB:Mp.B. - wv 'i'-.v, - ( j
Patent filooping Cart' are run' on, all
Sigbt Xraini to Chicago, Sew . i '
'"A :v Tork and Boston.
Batoat (AevM Through lo Ma Tort and Botton
. ftV Omland: oloo, to PAUaatlpMaand
. -Jtm Torkiia (VeeMtw. I
- ' RETURNING. ' . ;
lflgtllBxprtarrtT4il)jWBbaa..il:llP. bt)
' Cincinnati BprettarriTeaatOolambatatl0:S0A. U.
Aaeoaaodatloa Bzprea arrlaatat Oolaabna at7:M
'. V 1 m I ! Bt I I 1 ' . (r j
i I"hp4 B,tjtst) ty may tnhwf nute.
V AV 'for TUktU GttMUm or Cleveland, j
- - Superintendent, ClrrIand,Ohi.
'ilMES PATTBRBON; Agent.
'. '. ?: - .-. Voloabaa, Ohio.
Colnabot,
Jaaal7,961
.1 tl-v
1 A a nr. on oheen and black
IVVInie lOO nage prune auo Donee.
IBOMtaaldDatehGoTarnamtJmOofftif, .
eOObLit. atandard White Boaara, aoaaajttag' of Pow-
a u -paw,)nttiea,awanteAaaooiee.
- , , BO .uiBttie O-wrirt Bui Oedftah.' -i" . 'I ".
BObUa. Maaa and No. Mtaekerel;"'""-'' ' -
6 tea. Pick Balmoa. ' i ' 1 '- ' V
100 ba. Layer Raiaina. -nt : . '. jM iwf . j-
BOkf. box da do' - !
lOOar.woSdo da .:.,:., I I. . m.
.. XOO M Oigaxt, diSareat Waadt and griftet. - -
nor. n, t us .,WUMeDOALD.
ih.tQ .tl.l.l.UBY.r.Ury
And1 Hank.Book'lIannikntTirer '
jtobth xraa; itbxet. conrirjus, ohio
arlMly . ;f ;t ' J f K I i t
Deaicoe. rtUiX
KIBD01T8, ' 0 ,
, silks,.
( Jtutopantdty t.f..i J 4 .1 V,1 J A .
' BilNkBOIf,
ajtS ,3&71 36 ki.lBJ SotltlinlgBitraet.
I ' - ! ' J I ' I" I
4 -MB TIOa? UKIKTe
it.-m ina ianlaA a new make of HOOP SKItTS
Salebad if niAUJ-.tr fai Wpcrlor tfi any je toroduoad
KOYAL QUARTO DIGTMJla-
t uTne (5ieapBit.Beoauitf tho Best,
Tlta moat HellabiA iito.iidArti, Au
. noritr ! tba EBcUabJLang-nara.'
tf i ( BW VWMrtof Ohio,
''THE BESt 'SNCltfflB'DlOIIONAit' EXTANT.
'Ueia ire opwardt of a Hand red Ttontand Word;
whoaa moltlfiximi Beaninga and derlTatlona, tottttier
oorrect nailing, ana pronunciation ara clearly
eet before tht eye,
.7 , I . y.a-J ..niiw.wi J' . OtnoismoU, Cbaaiarota)
Jfioi ticMm4'o tha Mmi'ir'io I&'GiJq "il'taU
" ' TMckr'i'Auoctattm. " ' ;uT 1
ttndertltTied, nraberi of t!h 0hl6 Stat TiacUra'
Aaneialioa, adopt and aim re att hi tetohlna. trrlOnt
tad apaakiajr, tha orthogiapiy ami - pneaauieiatton of
Wonetter'a Royal Qoarto Dictionary, d4 we moat tor-
""j nvoaniena it n tne moat reliable atanaara aa
tbarlty ef tba EngUib huigtuiga, aa It la new written tad
J"" -"!!. !:- e 11 Jt-T-.i :-. fit l.u ;:: jf
., toi Ajroarwt, Praaldent Kenyon College. . ,
n. D. Ltaorrr, Bnperlntendent Ztnee-rille Schooll,
I Tnoa, w. Btarrr, Bnp't Uaaeihrn Cnkm Brhoohd
M. V. CownamT, Bop't Pablio Bebaala, Bandnakyj t
John Lrxca, iop'tPtbllo Bchoola, CirolaT.lie. ,,j ,
B. BJ. BaxrokD, Principal Clereland Icmtie Bemtia-
.. Wn. Hmrni, Bop't Pnbllo Bcbaolt; t. Colon.'
Jomk OaMK, Principal Btata M,ormal School, ilijijf
Oraba Nabom, Prlnolpal reartR 'Tntomwd'lata Sthiot,
Qlnoiaantli , , ' -vm .1
H. B. Miaxia, Snp't Canton Union Bchoole. !
lBrm hcaiL, Principal McNeely Normal Bchool.1
U X. TAiraa, Prat. kUthematlca, Ohio Unlrenltk.
Wn. W. low At be, Bop't Troy Union Bchool. I
A. G. Bonum, Priaaipal Waet High Bchool, Cleve
land. - . v y '
B. A. Noaraa, AaWate Prlaclpal High School, Cleta-
ano. 1
Taconeai . Brtatao,
Principal Blgh S-nooJ, Cla
A Va .. j j .
E. ff. HoKiaron, Principal Olaraland Inetltota. 1
J. A. , GAkrULD, Preliient of KleoU Imtitnte, Bl
ram. 1 l
. W. 1. Eiuaj Prof, of Oh stall try, Ohio- Wcajiyaa
ynlTeraity. ... ,,.,1 ., Jr J :
H, H. Baamrr, Ix-OaaalaalDAerof Ooroaoa Schoala,
Ohio. 1 . , ,, ... .: : 1 , -i ..
jAHaa Homoa, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College.
Taoa. Hill, Prectdent Antloch College.
O. W. Jl. CAMoaT, ProU Hatiiematlca, High
School, Daytoa. . i ' -..
B. O. CkDHtatiaa,' Prof. Language, nigh Bchool.
Dayton. 1 1 . 1 ... 1 ,
B.U. BAitua, Bop't Colon Schoela, Aahlaod.
lloro than 81m Bundrti othr Prtttdmt of OolU-
ft; Jvoftttort, Author and JfUUaguUhtd Bduw
ton, hav4 mdorttd At aioe-t imUlmtnt.
. J a. I J '.li . V. U . , CI '
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Vauitta Cotuai "It It trolr a magnificent work.
an honor to tha author, tha pablUheri, nd lhawholt
eounlry." Preildent Andrewi. , , .
Onto Wn.TA Uxitcti rrr .--"It nceedt myeineeta-
Hone. It will be ay gaido la orthography and pronan
eiation, and will often ba eonanlted by me for lit neal
and aoearat annltloia."--Proaklent Ihompaon .
W. B. EcLacno fftiiaaa "Htrttnfint wa bare ated
Webrter'e orthography. At a recent meeting of onr
Faculty, It waa decided ta change it to conform to that
of Woreaetar'a Royal
Quarto Dictionary." Prealdant
uanuua.-. .. u. . .. .
Wterma Sacaya Ooiuaa. "t And It worthy'of
cordial apprabaUen.1' PrttWetrt nilcbcook. I
Oaaaua Oeatnaaj "It mora that meet, my expert '
tlona. I recommend It aa tha atandard authority In
orthoepy to By children and my puplla." Praaldent
Morgan. f rj vj
Aim oca Oouaai. "I adontand aim to nee In teaeh-
J.
tng, wrltingand apeaklng, tha orthography and pronun
ciation of woraeittr'i Royal. Qoarto Dlctlonary.'V-
PrcaMeat BUI. ; ' ;;,V,..,S . .. ,T j
; 'In ill ar wrltlnc. anaakuH.and teaohloc I bare en
deavored to conform to the rulea or ortliography and
proannoatloa at contained la Worotiter'l Drcttooary.n
Horaca Nana, lata PreatdanV '.. ,.' . '
Enroa OOLUaa, QAKBtia 'I moat cord tally recoa-
Bond It aa tha moat reliable atandard authority of the
Bnillih laaruataaa It la now writteaud iDoken."
Preeldaat Andrewi . -'il--.ncl
SCHOOL COMMI3SIONERS-OF-OHIO.
9fou Boo '-Anton ny7 Otmmhtionir le) Common
;i , :i I S 4oot. I I
"Tha Dictionary a an Imparlahabla monuaent U the
learning and Indnitry of lit author, and aa honor b the
world of leatert. The mechanical execution la far ripe
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ae
,Bujtad.... rjj r.O f .TT
Ihm Son: B. B. Barney. Jm-Cbmm4uionor tj
SeKooit in Ohio,
i!
Tba Beat raUabli aUaUaraVAoffiorHy if tba Ui
WaUT nti
mm Oil ChmihuiA BtraM of MareX SB.
Tba ortboarapba 4 Ola WoiweeteY Dictionary la thai
aero ny moat, if not an, an mora 01 oiiiinotion in uue
ooantry and England, ana eontonni to the general ntagt
of onilnery wnurt taitpeaJten. ; : , ; t X j
Whalavar prtjudlcea mayhara exlited prerlonily, a
careful itndy of thia rolnma will In-rarlably be followed
by a warn appraoJatloa of Id great aerltt, nad a deabe
to add 11 to toe wen eeieoieq norary, oa 11 targe or tmau,
It la a library lnttaelf, and will remain aa Impart, ha-
bla reoord of tha learning of Ita oompLler. ,,
'JromUt CbuyhmoH Commtrtiat of Apr So. ;
Bare ara onward, of a hundred tbosaaad worda-ooa,
bad and IndlflerenV whote aalUfarloai Beaninga and
dartratlona, toniherwltb their correct epelilng and pro
nntKltttna, rrt t clearly before the Eye." The work) It
anquMtlonably tht greatett Tbetanrui of Xnglith Wtrdi
amaabllihnaL"'- ' ' ,i '' 1
' Prim Ma Olivotand 'XUindoaiVoJW., Jf
' X-rldtntl Woaonrrrt't RoaL OcaaTO BiCTioiukT a
not oulv Ma tatU but tht tan vxrrk of At kind trtr it-
', and tan by-as poatWllty aofltr by oomparnwn or
eamniii pi " .-.-j mi li.w . . Jfi.
., IrmtUjptdoBladto May Si.j ,,
Aa io 'nomaou-no, Woacxam it Tut bTAjtOAXb
followed by our beat author,; In deflnltiooa ba kaea
nothing to be dealred, and In 0TnooriT II it lufUctew
to lay that WoacxtTxa can bo aafrly followed. i
(J MI III OIIASX aV BR AG Or 1 i ,
PnbUaliora.BookiolIcra&Statlonera,
. NOy.lDt STJWEBJF. f., OLST ELAND, 0OTO1
. THE inJTUAIt: BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY
' $ op t .....
SJoxvaxls., aT.
DlTl4net aUaf7, f If j 5 PaCcn t,
. ' ... ..1
ASSETS tJ-812-Mo 5fl.
i Statenaeal Janaarr liseit !
Balcaca, par ta'teoant Jaa. lat, JSoVl.j.U.MJ 4
Raoalred for Premium , dur- . ,;, 1
tag the year B0... ..763,0S3 SI
Eaeeived for teteraal urlag f , !j . r ,' (
tba year ISiiO -xn,in tj
,, :,u i; , 1 1. hi -:;lcll
Total raeelnta tea lo0....i77.0B7 T V t. 'i.-1
PatdOlalmabyDeatb,SS7,0jO 00 . iv-- .:;? I
Paid PoUctea aurran- , . r j
dared 41.111 W
Paid BaUrlta, Poet-" '
HU 1 CommiatlooA, to w ........a t , as
tl4Phyaloltaa'tea.i10.75jUI I kM
Paid Annultlet 1.1 17 00
Paid Drrldenda dor-
log tba year ...... 166,500 7S MS.Ofll 63
411,878 14
Nat Babaot 4aMary ll.C..4v.',S,SI,5.18 90
AS3KI9.
Oath oaf bnff. r.Xo. aofcft-J ir"-.
Bond, and AlortTgioaov
Sttata. woriit doubla tha 1 v y -
lOHbU tha- 1- ' ; i
-Aa.
an!
loaned...
w 8.197 FA I m-
Pramiaa Motet, an Poliolea .
la forca, on ly arawtng a per .
cent. lnttreet.t.-....I,7l,P(a'7i
Real Eatat 00,8iO 7
Loaoaa)erlp..fiA,n ,m ("r. ,31 4 "1 1" a .ji
Prmlumi.NotaaandCaih,la n.rJi
Mitaof lranaaiajonw.e 1 43,143 fl Jtl ''j
kiii. 1- .1 i. r-M;4 Iir-t w I I 1 1 1 1 to l.n a J
.Total A ain. . m m . .i. HM vi,SM 10
' -.T-1 ? -I ill.W li-.l 1. J '7HC:i - TIMMMMAmi
ttBTSrollolwlaaaac,baaruw4.etBe4f,BS8
. 1,439 new PalleM bate be fcaued aarlngtha yeay.
After a aarafut catcultUoa c.k Ibt piatenl yalue of tl'e
ootttanding Policial of tha Company, and having tba
naaawnry amount In reaerve therefor, tha Director,
hare declared t DmDnrc at 4S par oent. on the Preml
aaa paM at tba tabia rataa, to all pollctea for life lb forot,
aaaed prior to January 1, 1BC0, ayablt aooordicg to the
pretanl rnlt ef tba Cempany.) J u; , 1 1
Rateafor all kiadeof Life Oefiltngfaolea,- Prrper.
aeat, Btataments, ami AiipllcaUooK artll ba furnitlitd
win-aotrt owitai, n the y ajca ei Agenclet ot the Com-
P"n- .m wv
'A'6ilt.'lATtrtg0N!, Preildent.
X. 0, OROTEft, Vice Preildent. ,
ieU no
1ilNJ.,'tr.'nLl.F.R, Paor.-t.ry!
I ... VI.... AA"i. TiaM:
11 if 1 a;, uanif. J .
.!
1 tAfc yunoaea 1
1 Block,
March S8,,iai!l.;, un.iw rt ,i-r t olajnbas, 0.
1 'i ," n ;i ; 'imi n m 111 11 i
PtiAIJI API fJF FICtrRCD BLACK
DRBSB BTLRB, ef every grade. The moat eclnt
IMlrkatlll at tba dtyi And at Boat raaannabla retee.
-- ArtOrf,
CPlU,llivT rrOi'LEaeW BoU BiAbttntKT
v eene-l...f;j w i ,r - J I
.Ann a r,a
1"'-
,lUl,;OrOaiO(
'f f;") d j.- :.! ; ;)..!.!'
A fomppuna remedy, designed to ba tht most
ffjfeotua); Altfrativt that can be mide. -.It U
B jdonoemraioa axu-aci 01 A'art tsariapomia,
8(t!ombine(liwitil other, -iubatancaa cf still
greater alterative power ai to afford aft effec
tive antidote for the diaeaaet Bariaparilla it
reputed to cure. It ia believed that such
remedy is wanted by tbona who suffer from
Strumoui complainta, and that one which will
accomplish their: cure muat prove of immense
f ervice to thia large class of our afflicted fellow
Citizens, r How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experimenfDn many
of the worst cam to be found of the following
complaints &-c:-'l .- jtuu .: -k .'
I '&VUttTVlX AltDI ScB0Ptt0U COMPI.AINTJ,
Eaei'TiONS abd EwjPTrvB DiSEAiij Ulceus,
. VniVhtt, liLOTchES, TuMonn, Salt Khcvu,
BcaJ.dHbAD, SVTHILIS AND BVPHILITIO Ap
FECTI0N8, MeIICUIIIAL DlflEARE, DltOPSY, Nnu-
raloia or Tic DoraocitEtnt, Deuilitt, Dys
TT.vniA. anb lKDiOT9Trot, Ertsiprlas, Bosi
on St. AfctHawr's Finl and indeed the vbole
class of complaints arisinj jtnm IViPimnt r
rn-Blood. 1 1 ,; " ;s . ' ;'-'. , 1
This 'eonipbtmd wilt Off round a great pro
motcT of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood nt that season of the yenr. " By tho time
ly expulsion ofjlwntviany miikling disordnri
emrntpped in tho bud, . Multitudes can, by
tha aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corrtrptfons, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
by an.auJrativd' medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bunting through tho skin In pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yom find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you whan..; Even where no particular disorder
is tit, pooplo enjoy bettor health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of liie disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
muRt go- wrong, and the great machinery of
life is ttisodered or overthrown. '
. Sarsaparilla lias, and deserve much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been cgregiously deceived by
preparations pf it, partly because the drug
alone lias not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtus of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.- j
During late years the public have been mil
led by large, bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Molt
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsnpa,
rilla,, but often no curative properties whatev
er. ' lience, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed tho use of tho various extracts of
Sursapnrilla which flood the market, until tho
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy aa shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which teats
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it his virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of the diseases it is Intend
ed to cure. In order to securo their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciotptytnktn according to directions on
the bottlb. i J L '
PREPARED Bf
: DIt: J.- C-AYEIfft- CO.
, LOWELL, MASS. T .
PHe, El per Bottle , Six BotUca, for 0"
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
r ex" ' " J r
his won for-fheiHf Mch tt rfnown ftrthe cure of
every variety pf Throat and Lung Complaint, that
li is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it had been em
ployaia... Ae it haa tona been in constant nsa
tbaa ualMtut-tltis seotlony. we n4 Bdt do tnore than
assort the neople ita qnslity Is kept ap to the best
it "ever har been, and that'll may be relied on to
do for their .relief ajl it has ever been found to do,
i Ayerfs' Cathartic Pills, '
Costiotims, Jaundice, Dyycpsia Indigestion,
DyitnUnj, Foul Sltunaeli,. Eiyiptfai, Headache,
Pilet, nietimalitm, F.rvpliont and Skin Viseastti
liver Complaint, D)-nsy, Teitc, Tiunor and
Salt ' Rlienm, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, at it
DiMtr PiU, and for Purifying tht Blood. - ,
They are siignr-coated, so that the most sensi-j
tire carrtslre tK?nr pleasantly, and. they arc llie)
best aperient iiiTlit p'orlJ fur nil the purposes of a)
fhmily physic' ' ""' i
Price EMiJjper Pai; riva bssojlar $1.00.;
t - - "
Great nuiuUiraoCClergymon, rhvsicians, Stitw
men,' otii eminent poronRO, havCi. It-tit thcirl
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, tmt ottrsfmee here will not permit tho1.
intertion pf them: ' The Agents below named Cui-
nish gratis our AxfiniCAN Almanac ia which they1
wo piTcn , nun aisu kui uescTiptiont oi tne aoore:
compl.-tints, and tho treatment that UiauM lc 1-
lowed for their cur.-. .- - - j
Do not ba put olf bv unDrincinled dealers withi
other, preparations they make more profit on. i
Demand A Yen's, and take no other. TI,m u-lr
want tlie l?st aid there Vfurlhptu, ind they ahmild
All our Temcdics arc.Iot sale by. ..
J'. :i-),i'xl nOBSRTfl a BAMTTEL, Colombo,
indbvDrnrgUUkadDaalarsaTerywbara. . u
novO:1yd.twA.
CANADIAN &TJXITED STATES MAH
STTnATVFERS i
,. TO AND rKOITI', - . :":V
LONDONDERRY,'. GLASGOW,
'. LiferpboV Montreal, Quebeo,
"r.-"0""1"'- "' ' ' bum! ' '" ;
J
Tne montrmi mean Bieamanip vobi
inanr'a Int-elai
fell-powered Olyde-hnllt eteamara aall every Mate
relay from PORTLAND, carrying tht Canadian and
vjcueo; utattt aall ana paeeengers, i-
, , KORWBQIAN, , . :, v NORTH AMERICAN,! '
DuiifiniAn, AnuiiU-BAAUM,
NORTH BRITON, BIBBRNIAN,
t . I CANADIAN, - NOTABOOTIAN
"ho rient, Chebacas and Qnlckcst Oon.
AMEKICA. TO iU flXTS OF XTOOFI.
I - RatM of Faajoatra to ShiTXTM, :'
' : 830l 86Q. 880. '
Will istl from LIVERPOOL OTory TVealneadaT.
and from QUHRBO every Satarday. calling at
tiun wci if a un i to receive on ooaro ana inna atAiM and
PMteniiert, to and from Ireland and Bootland.
- ILTIaati Steaaen ara built of Iron, In water-tight
aompartmenti, cany tech aa experienced Baraeoa, and
every attention ia paid to the comfort and acoomaoaa
tlnn of ptiaenrera. Aa they proceed direct to LONDON.
DBRY, tha gieat riak and delay of calling it Bt. John',
le avoided.
Olaagow paaengen ara fnrnlahal with rasa paaage
uciceia to ana irom Lionaonaerry.
Retain ticket! granted at reduced ratti.
Certificates teened for carrying to and brinrlnrout nu
eengtrs from all tha principal town, of Great Britain and
intiuii! rwianq ruiea. rrinii nne oi pieanert, ana
by the WA8H1N0T0N L1NB OP BAILING PAOKBTg,
Marine lavarpooa every wttx, i
Slfbt Drafta far 1 and aytwards pay
', able la Kite-land, Ireland, Moat-. .
laud or Walea.
apply at tha Offloa. SS mtOAD
WA
V, New
York, and IU WATEll ST.,
taveriiaoi, j i
i . . 8ABKI lEABJJt, eaasral Agent,
Orvr-t . jm ft; ARMSTRONG
nslO-lydAw ' 'peat Offloa. Colombo,, Ohio.
vi
Co-Partnership.
T IUTKT1IHDIY ADBIITTED Bit
1 Ann Jlum Ami en me .rl - . . 7
" , r " . . - -- ...... m imruier in my oun-
aeta, which will beg after be conducted under the flra
nt Matin ak. Unit v U ba a r m ik, . ... .
is. mufT" w ""f.bw
(Lata of Ptaloh-s Eltshnihintnl, tf. T..) Pirietora
i tha Hew gore raetuoaabla Blierlrg, ' Hair Oolting
a Bhaapoenuig, Oarllngaml Drelng6Aloon, EaetBtate
rtreet, aver the Peat Oifiea, wb.re aaUifnUoa will
'trwt-41V waa o!" ' " - " wuj.
ui, ri I '" ,0 ana ti i. .. rillo
al.1i:iw
T''I'U nl 'i
RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
Be
RAILROADS.
For Cinoinnatl, Dayton Indianapoliil
; . , , :, t-.rn.mH aJ ij -" -
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Carl
and bot One Ciuge of Cars between '
, - ',; ColRmbosaad St. LooiB. i. ...
I '( i a r . r. ...-.'""
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
. l.i "Ijit.-. It. il r
FiRaTTKAtN":;';;,'1''''' - . i
AOCOHMODATIOir at 5 a. m., atopplng'at alliia
tlona between Oolumbat and OincinnaU and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10 Of a. m., and at Dayton at
8.10 a. m., connootlag at Daytoa for Inrtlanapola and
""Wait. . , .,,., 0..
, SECOND TftAUCeiti V .
No. lEXPRS8atll0a.B.ietappiogatJafferAon,
London, Obarleaton, eedarvillc,Zeaia B urine Valley,
Oorwln, I reaport, fort Ancient. Morrow St.. Lebanon,
toater'a, Lovaland and Mllford, arrirlng at OincinnaU
at 4.10 p. m., Dayton at 8.45 p. a., connecting with tht
Ohio and MiaalMlppl Railroad for Lonitville, E., Via.
eeanea, Cairo, St. Lontt, NewOrleenv eta. I a Dayton
for Indlanapolla, Lafayette, Terra hUaat, Chicago aid
Ml Western polnta. i
, ! .' THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL at 0.10 p. m.,itopplngat ill nations between
Oolumbut and Xenia, and at Spring Valley, Qjrwln,
Monow and Lovelaad, arriving at Cincinnati at 8 a. m.
; . FOURTH TRAIN.
EIGHT EXPRE38, vta Dayton, at KM aldnlghk
topping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddletown and
Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at 5.85 a. m.j at Day
ton at 9.55 a. m.; connecting at OincinnaU with tha
Ohio and Mietlaippl Railroad lor Lonlavtlia, E vanerllle,
Vinomnaa, Cairo, 81. Louia. Memphia, New Orlaana,
and ail points Booth and Bonth-weat; alee, at Dayton
for Indlanipolii, Lafayette, Terra Haute, Chicago, etc
JIT Por farther information and Through Tlokete,
tpply to M . L DOHERTY, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
Oolambui. ,
' . ' Tf W. BTRiDBR,
General Ticket Agent, Clnclniatl.
JNO. W. DOHBRTT,
Agent, Oolumbu,
E.W.WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Oolambui, July 14, 1881
EAST.
EAST. CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
: 00NEE0I1MO AT BELLAIRE WITH SEE
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTSBURGH WITH THE . ,
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAILROAD:
.'It. I0RM1N0 THE
Shortest, Quickest &' Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities !
Tf sins Leave Columbus at follows :
' MORNING EXPRIBS
Leavtt Columbut 9.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
Bellalre or Bteabcnvllltt trrivetel Belialrt, 10. SW A.
hf.t Bteabenvllla, U.aeP. M.t rltwkwgb, . r. at,;
Btrrliborg, 1.10 A. M.i aia JBmtomm, arrives at New
Tork 8.00 A. M.; via PKiladtipMa. arrives at Phila
delphia. 5. 10 A. M.j New York, 10.30 A. M. Connect!
alio at Harrtobarg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M.
Sleeping' Cars attached to this Train
f rota Colombo, no directly through to Bellalre at
Plttabnrgh without change; and Paaanprs via AUea
towa arrive In New York at 8 A.M., i
ITJTWO SOURS IN ADVANOE Of NOETHIRH
. . LINEB. , I
This Train also connects- at Bellalre with the
- Baltimore and .Ohio Railroad. . . I
, . 1 1 :
il
.... PITTSBUBaa EXPRE88. ...
Leavea Oolaabna 11 85 A. M.t fraa Union Depot, via
Bteabenvillei arrlraaat Newark. 13.50 P. M.: Cothod-
ton, 8.15 P. M.J Btcabenvtlle, 0 P. M.; Pltubarg, 8.40
u. HTTMaw the only rente by winch meeengaif
i leavaTOinctnMti at 7 A. M.. a throub is Pitts
burgh la daylight, without change of tarter delay. ,o
Leaves Ooluakos 9.11 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Botlilre: arrives at Newark. 3.83 P. M.t EanaavUte.
4 33 P. M ; Bcllalra.7 .55 P. M.j Pltttborgh, U.B5 P,
I Harriabont, 9.00 A. M.: via Aumtoum. arrtvas
at New York, 4 P. M.; wia-Philadelphia, an I ret
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M.; New York. 8 P. M. Thu)
Train alao connects it Harrliburg for Baltimore, ap
riving at ir. a. ..... v -
Thlt Train rum through to Bellalre or PUtaborg with
out ahanra of Cant and from Plttabara there U nt
change of Oars to Philadelphia, or via AUentown to
new xora was ontitng . . . j .
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
, 'fhlladelphia.orwew York, with only ' i
i - one change of Cars. ' '
By this Train Pueenren arrire tn New Tork Bvs
boon In tdvaneaof the Northern line,. I
Tba Tram also connect! at Ballalra with tht Baltlaore
andOblaR.E.-, ; ; , i.i -.-.:. J.. . i fi
ITThls Route ia 30 mllee shorter td Pittsburg,
. ' iOflrl Inien theffi' lOfl MftlM mhrmtat. tft
New York; than Northern Line. ' ' l: i
Baggagt Cheeked Throurh to all im
, , portant fointa ast.
. ..-. , , i ,. n I., i.
- i ; . ABE 0R TICKETS VIA ; i .
. BELLAIRE OR STEUBEN VILLE . -
Ticket Oood 1 orer oltker Roate.
. ' . : JNO. Vf. BROWN, '
v - Ota. Ticket Agent Central Ohio B. R.-
vi.: I. A. HUTCHINSON,
Sea. Ticket AgentBtenbenvUa Bhort Line..
JelO
" OUCTJItlBfJS, OHIO
AGRiCUlTURIL WAREHOUSE
And Seed Store,
DIALER HI
GENERAL' HARDWARE,
NATXb, GLABB, 8A8H, PUTTY, 00RDA4E, ' .
Onus, Pistole, Wood A Willow Ware
ether and Babber Belting,
slot
Iaot Leather, Hoae and
! ' aol-diy
rs ewt "lie raKif 3
rVRNIEHIIIfl
A HOODIi
Novtltles In NeokTletend Bcarfi. ' -
., Byron and Oarrote Oollari. . "i
" ' u Embroidered Pocktt Handkarchleti.
Peril Kid Slovea, aaptrior Bake.
' Golden Hill Bhlrts, various etylea. 1 ,
Boti' Golden Hill Bhlrta, do
Driving and Street Slovea, do
iving and Street Sli
immed Pocket Hand
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchlifa, varkat atylea.
Half Boat and Under Garments,
BAIN a BON.
aprllS
No. (9 Sontb High street.
SOMETHING NEW.
HOWARD & OO
AMERICAN WATCHES.
r
CALIi AT NO. 83, BOCTIIJIiaiT ST..
and examine our new nukt of
AMERICAN WATCHES,
fflannfKtnradby E. HOWARD St CO., Boston. Maaa.
Thaaa Watobee ara far superior to anything ever offered
to the pnbllo, heretofore. Having tht axalottve agency,
I can aell tbeea at prion to eait lbs tlaaa, 1 have luat
racaivea n awgo swob at : , , ' " .
.;'" America watches,
aaaafaataraa by APPLET0N, tEAOJ, 00 I also, a
aataaiiiaintef - '''"'e ' ' -3 .
SNGLIEn AND IWlSS,WATCxTE9,
S la OoM aa Strm Oarta, al Paola prlooi.
0)io Qtatcsmau
mil,
vaiiy, per year
r. i .
.ft 00
. a oo
. loo
in-weekly, per.ar
Weekly, par yew ........
Autumn.
These iwttt ritlicious Autumn diji, ' .
When all the air le 8lled with calm, ' '
And all day long a purple hate :
Hangi o'er the meadow and thi farm.
. . .... j :?
Then quiet dreamy afternoona , 4
" - And aunteu rlob with orlmton glow,
Tbete soft refulgeat barveet rnooni .
; IlUmt wItb thought of long ago. .
Io hippy reverie my thought ...
Goat back to thoat dear timei again,
And acanea and awes ne'er forgot
. Come thronging to my Basing brain .
However glad the prevent li,
However iwift tha aoaatnu go
I cberUh itlll thaae meaorlee .
Ramembrancet of long age.
The Free Navigation on the Mississippi.
' Navigable waters have in all azea Lain oon-
sldered of materUl idrauttgs to ttioie possess
ing them. - The universal experience of man
kind shows that navigation precedes commerce
ana civilization, ana that It Is an essential pre
requisite to a substantial nationality. . .... 1
Aiiae otaer material interests, . wben once
legitimately secured aud enjoyed by a people, it
ocoomes to tnem an absolute necessity t their
well-being. . i '
' More particularly is such the case when tbey
have conformed and to a great extent based
their social system upon that Interest. Alter
the American continent wis discovered by Eu
ropeans, the chief inducement to ita settlement
waa the advantages for navigation it presented.
Accordingly alt the prlnolpal settlements were
first made on the banks of navigable rivers, and
along the sea-coast wherever life and commo
dious harbors were found.
Tbey invariably flourished in proportion to
the use made of the advantages so presented. -Wherever
the people devoted the most atten
tion to maritime commerce, aa waa the case In
the New England and middle colonies, there
wealth and intelligence, coupled with popula
tion and power, were the most marked, and
there were first developed the distinctive char
acteristics of a new nationality. When theie
colonies bad assumed the crystallzed form of
sovereignty, and had been admitted into the
family of nations as one people, the commercial
re 1 train ts which England had arbitrarily and
selfishly imposed noon them being removed,
they were tree to foster the system of commerce
which nature had rendered peculiarly promis
ing by the vast extent of their sea coaat, by
their innumerable and commodious harbors,
and by the mtjesllo rivers wblch furrow the
ooantry. ' 1
Immediately alter the close of the revolution
ary struggle, tha commercial enersiaa of tha
American peop'e were powerfully directed to
maritime commerce. But It was not ootll the
old Confederacy, wblch was fonnd to be inad
equate to protection and good government, was
superseded by the present national constitution
that their maritime commerce began to assume
aenmie, symmetrical proportions. '
At the time of the adoption of the Federal
constitution tba maritime commerce of the
country, as shown by the registered and enroll
ed tonnage, amounted to two bnodred and one
thon sand Ere hundred and Sixty-two tons.' The
population of the conn try at the same time was,
in round numbers, four millions, distributed al
most entirely east of the Alleghany Mountain
along the tide-waters of the Atlantic
Io 1803 the population bid Increased to five
million, six hundred thousand, of wbloh more
than half a million were settled along the trib
utaries of the Mississippi, and In the same time
tho registered and enrolled tonnage had in
creased, tJ six hundred and elf htv thousand
three hundred and eighty-six tons, of wbloh
targe snare noetea on toe waters of the Missis
sipplValley. ' ,
This unparalleled increase of Donulatlon and
commercial Industry of the United States, pari
tloularly of the lection west of the Allerbanias.
rendered the navigable waters pf the West of
vitat importance to toe nation. 1
: Accordingly, to establish a uniform ' national
polity over the whole region, and secure to IB
the citizens an undisputed right of transit ever
Its waters, negotiations were entered into by the
people of the United States, throueh their sov-
ernmeot, with the government of France, which
then held and nossessed the territorr watawed
by the Mississippi. These negoiationa term tr
eated In 1803 In the transfer by the French
through their Commissioner, Laussat,' of the
Louisiana Territory, whioh, ia the language of
the transfer, "included within it boundaries
the Whole of the Mississippi river from lis
source to the Gulf of Mexico." " ' ', 1
Tb Commissioners for the- neoole of tha
United States were Messrs. Claiborne 'and
Wilkinson. , I
On the day of the transfer thev addreaied tha
following letter to the government at Washing,
-
"CITY OF NEW ORLEANS, Dec. 2, 1803.
" Sis We have the satisfaction to annoums
to yon that the Province of Louisiana waa this
day aarrendered t the United States by Thi
Commissioner of t raacei ana to add that th
flag of out country was raised amidst the.aeolat
m auons oi tne innaottants.
"WM C. C. CLAIBORNE,
"J. S. WILKINSON.
"To Hon. JAMES MADISON, Secretary of State,
City of Washington."
Thus, with th joyful consent of It, Inhabit
ant, wu th sovereignty and property of thia
vast territory, Inolndlng the Mississippi river
from lis source to tb Gulf of Mexico, vested ia
toe peopie oi in uniiea states. ...
The territory and river were first discovered
by Prance in 1683, which, according to the es-
taousnea Jaws or .uroDcen nations, wave bar
the right of exclusive occupation, She lust set
tles, tn territory, out subsequently, In 1763,
transierrea it to opsin, wno re-trantrerred It to
Franc in 1800, from whom. In 1803. th nasnla
- . . I TT I . a CI . . l ... .. r -
oi mo unitcu oiaa pnrcoasea in enure tern
lory tor nrteen million dollars. .. . i
from a population at that time of less than
six millions, and a registered and enrolled ton
nag of a title evet aix hundred and eighty
taoutano loul, tner naa grown, up, in looi, a
registered and enrolled tonnage of nearly five
million' toas, and a population of thirty mil
lions, of which population more than fourteen
millions were distributed ia th Immense reelon
of one million square miles, drained by the
MttalMtnn! amjI le .lt..t - .'
.... rw imm. . wn .Ml wiuuwiic,
t&ib astoniihing growth of population and
commerce resulted principally from tb unity of
government, wnicn protected , tb . interest ol
the people.
Th dUseos of the United States, after th
expiration of the treaty stipulation with England
in 1814, enjoyed the exclusive navigation of th
Mississippi river. - .. . -i
" Th sentiment thai the ocean Is free to all
men and It river to all their Inhabitants, was
iully established, and, until th present time,
hss been, in Ibis country, undisputed. . j . . r. .
Bat now, as on Bute after another has as
sumed aa exolnsiv jurisdiction of those rivers
flowing within their out bocadarles, theouee-
tloo of their Ire navigation assume moaisuV-
ous proportions. ..,..
The question, although 'not buen to area-
mens, le still t b determloed by the logic of
, A wnoie people oannol be deprived of a v
ed tight, a right which they have enioved with.
out molestation, and upon wbloh depends their
social and polluoal prosperity, and npon which,
as a case, toey nav erected tb tempi t $IP
government. The Mississippi was acquired by
th United States Government as trustee for th
people. Full property passed by the purchase,
and full sovereignty passed by delivery. The
whole people, aa Joint owners, are Interested In
It, aal ao dtiaen caa be deprived of bis property
in th river without the joint action of ttte whole
Bat without conilderlD J the property rig.hu of
sua oiHHa, to a nauon at large naa a.Aegtu
mat claim to its ni and "occupation." ; ' ' .
; Tha i IndaitriaU BgrIlturJ an;pnent jt
sources or tn 'eounlry demand facilities tor
transportation. Rivers are nature's highways,
A1.Mt.A .u. . . .. . . '
-w.uu w uiw me oi man, ana wnsn tne inaas
trial and commercial relations of a great na-
oen orougoi into existence, and con
tinue in action bv their free navigation, an at
tempt by any ieo tloo or State to eootrsot their
use by exoludlng others equally interested, from
ocionging to an, win be met by a poaer
oi logioor rorce competent to remove all bar
tiers. - Commtfoe must float loiti natural chin
M,If,ee,, we waters to the ocean. As
wen mignt one attempt to stem th torrent of
Niagara with a feather as for th Southern
oioeo tne Mlssissionl river lo the com
mere of tbe North. , As long as com mere and
nteroourse exists among men, so long must
the Mississippi and its tributaries, from tbe
mountains t j the sea, be free to all tbe people of
The mighty stream must oarry on Its pesoe
lul boiom tbe nroduatu nf art k i.j......
of a united people under one government, or be
changed to a ilver ot blood, which shall sweep
vm ..idkuu. pcupiej on oi a
or a name. Defroif Free Preu. ,flW i '
A Charming Revenge.
v-A late Paris letter relatesan exquisite and at
tum moio nine oiooaieas vengeance or deposed
official. ,. T;
"Mr. Tesch Is the Beleian Mi
tlee. A few days ago be deposed a justice of
oa pwaow at Drnsseis, namad Mr. Mastrlcan.
Mr Mastricaa .was not entirely satisfied with
tbe proceeding, and, restored to the elegant
shades of private fashionable life, resolved to
employ his abundant leisure In rendering all tbe
KTBVBim iitue attentions in nis power to tbe
minister voluntarily deprived of bis services,
Now this is the wty be did it:
"Mr. Teach having taken a vacation, sets out
for Ostend; into the railroad car which h
pies be beholds Mr. Mastricaa enter; that gen
tleman stlutee bim, and instala himself at bis
side. Arriving at Ostend be finds Mr. Msitrl
ctu getting out at the aame hotel; the minister
goes to take a bath, the deposed gentleman
plunges In two fathoms from him; bis Excellen
cy takes an airing on the dike, the disgraced
one follows close behind bim. Mr. Tesch re
pairs to tb Karsaal, everywhere be turns his
companion ia Mr. Mastrlcau. Mr. Tesch goes
to admire the danolng girls in the concert sa
loon, Mr. Mastricaa applauds with bim in cho
rus. Wherever is Mr. Tesch there alan la Me
Mastriotu.
"Orestes and Ptladea vara lata uiiJnim, in
their fellowship than tbe deposed and bis de
poser. Tbey were absolutely inseparable. Mr.
Tesch finally beoame alarmed. Perhana thia
obstinate pursuit covered sinister projects. To
u,u,ua uiiuevu irvui puaaioia violence, tn aim
liter of Justice requested that Mr. Mastrlcau
should be put under snrveillance. Accordingly,
an agent of tbe police, ia cltlxen's dress, and a
gendarme, were detailed to dog Mr. Mastrioau's
footsteps wherever be went.
' "Not one whit astonished at tbe reception of
at a. WAT . a . . .
taeae uonore, mr. jnastnoau Continued to for
low Mr. leach like th shad of Baoqoo. He
only changed his style. Hitherto, on meeting
iuc miuiBier, ne was content wito a Single now.
From the day that he was first attended by his
two acoiyiee, alter navicg nitea Bis net to Air
leech, be turned toward tb gendarme and
saluted bim tben toward tb agent of polio
ana oowea again. ,
' "As they say In theatrical puffa, the appear
ano of th gendarme and tbe agent waa a' mad
dening success. Tbe great assembly of bathers
at Oiteod caught the joke. They flocked every
where In crowds to see Mr. Tesch, followed by
Mr. Mattrioau, followed by the agent, followed
by tbe gendarme. They made themselves Into
a perfeot hedge. Four days ago Mr. Mastrlcan
was lo the bowlna vein, and at everv ton nanaa
saluted tbe crowd, who, lees respectful, replied
who manna oravoe. mr. i escn quickened bis
pace, Mr. Maatrtoau did the same, and re
doubled his bows. . . i
"Mr. Tesch was obliged literally to cut and
run. There was no other escipe from the
rtdtcuioss scene. The ex justice nut himself
upon his cymnaatlcs, the crowd wheeled, and
all Ostend frantically precipitated Itself toward
tha Casino, whsre Mr. Teach was firing to take
rerug. inai cgni we Belgian minister quit
ted .Ostend. Yiaterday be arrived at Baden.
lot lirsc persoi be met In- tbe. conversation
saloon wu Mr. Mastricaa, hla hat In hand, a
smite on bla lips.
"Mr. Tesoh will be obliged to reinstate tha
terrible Justice in hie office, to pat a atop to ibis
pitiless periecntlon." - . ...
Death of General Gibson, U. S. A.
Gsnsral George Gibson. Uolted States Cora.
misaary-Qeneral, who baa just deceased ia
Washington City, aited elebtv-flve vears. wu
born ta Pennsylvania, and wu tb son of Lieu
tenant-Colonel George Gibson, of that State,
wno eommanaea a Virginia regiment ia the
Revolutionary Army; wu Lieutenant Colonel
commanding two regiments of Pennsylvania and
Nsw Jetsey levies of 1791, of Butler's, Patter
son and Uark's battailous: under Ma or-Gen
erai bi. wiair in expedition against Indiana on
the Miami, who was wounded In battle Novem
bet 4, 1791, and died December 11, 1791, at
rort jeaerson.now catoa, unio. n
r, General George Gibson, fast deeeased, ku
been in the United State aervlo fifty-three
-years. He entered the Army aa Captain In tbe
rum infantry, May s, ifcVHi Major Seventh In
fantry, November 9, 1811 j Lleuteaant-Colonel
Fifth Infantry. August 15,1813 disbanded Jim
15, 1815; Quarterroaiter General (with rank of
colonel;, April ra, ibio assigned to the South
ern Division, nnaer Major General Jackson
Commissary-Generalot aubslatence, April 18,
1818; breveted Brigadier-General, tor 'ten
years' faithful service," April 29, 1826; brevet
ed Major-General, "for meritorious conduct,
particularly lo perforates: his dotlas In erose-
ootlng the war with Mexico," March, 1849 -
Lieutenant colonel Joseph r. Taylor, Assiataat
Commissary-General, succeeds.
!o if? 1 ' "
Anotbcr Patrjotio Family. David Nor
ton, of Candla, N. H hu all bis soss Wil.
Ham C , David T., Rl ;hard E. and Henry C
la th Federal army. Mr. Norton himself
served la th War of 1813, and waa on duty at
Marblehead wben the ehip Constitution wu
ohued into port by two British ssventy-fonr.gon
ships. ' Hia father, Mr. Simon Norton, who
was bora at Chester, N. H-, 1760, enlisted wben
fifteen years of age, and served throughout the
Revolutionary War. He wu in tbe battles at
Bunker' Hill and at Bennington, and went
South nnder General Washington, la 1775
and 1776 he was in Breed's Regiment, under
Captain Emerson, ot Candla. Henrv C. the
younzest son, 17 years old, wu la tb battle of
Bull Run, under Colonel Alaratoa, of tb New
Hampihlre Second, and waa there wounded bv
a rifle ball. The ball tor away bis hatband,
and, glancing along th skull several inches,
lodged tner ana was not extracted till b
reached Washington, be Wilkin tha whole
distance. Tha next morning tb brave young
soiuier was reaay tor auty. mttner Mr. nor
ton nor bis father ever received a nension,
Snob patriotism Is worthy of record Boito
Journal, .' - " . .
. Yale Colliob. Tb time do aot affect the
greatness of old Yale. In spit of tb eondi
tlon of tha country, th new Freshman class
number one hundred and thirty student!,
which has been oxeelled, are believe, but one
or twice la th history of th College, Jn to
securing of members lo tb Literary Beoiett
the Llnontan got a little ahead of th Brothers.
New
Haven Journal, Sept. 21.
" Witma Qcabtiu roa Bibbl Tioom. Tka
Rlohmsod Wh of September 31 says that the
Quartermaster' Department of tb Coo feder
ate Government has contracted with Mr. Joseph
r. rowan iw mo erection oi several nnodred
aheda near Ibat oity, to ba used u winter quar
ters for tb troop stationed there. Th pries
stipulated to be paid for-tbem, w anderstsod,
wiu amount in tna aggregate to about one ban
dred thousand dollars. t , , . , ; ;, , r
, Th Mlsionrl xOvTMcraAo Monday, says that
If Geo. Frio doe not advance from Lexington
to meet Gen. F remoot, we need not look for a
great battle In Missouri before the latter part
oi ucxtwewav. v ' ' - -
drlel!and'o
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND"
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Eheumatiim, ; Goat - and Near alp-ia
ASD A' SURE CURE f OR
OaV
All Morcudal Diaoasea.
It U a CMvanienUy arranged Band, ooetalnlng a med
icated compound. U be warn a round the WaUt, without
Injury to tba mott dtlleate paraona; no change In habile
of living it required, and it entirely removea the die
eaaa from the eyatam. wtthoat- nradnHn (h ini..
effeataarialng froa tba naa ef powerfal interaaj madl
clhee, which weaken and deattpy the eoneUtnUon, and
give temporary relief only. By thia treatment, tba med
icinal propartlet contained In the Band rm. in mi
with the blood and reach the aMeaaS,lhroueh tba porta
of theikln. effeeUegm avory taitanaax r perfaot care,
and metering the parti aAUated it a ewalifay aondltloa.
Thia Band a alec a atoetpowerfal Ajm-Manooaui agent,
w,'l entirely relieve the tyitca from tht ptmMout
effecUof Mereury. Moderate eaaaa ara cored In a few
daya, and wa art eonttantly reectvtng teetlmonlaiaof iU
efflcaey ia agrravatad oatee of loag atanding.
JJl 10 ta """"ts ganarally, or can
be tent by mall or expire, with full dlreoHona for ate.
toanrnartof tha efmnir i. ru ,i n ,
ofnot, .... ; ; ', .77
BTo. 40 BROADWAY, lev York.
G. SMITH &. CO., Sol Proprietors.
N. 8. Descriptive Circular! Bent Prea.
S8HTEILHB it SON, Dinaoirra, Aouits,No.
8778. High St., bet. friend and Moand, Colombo a, 0.
TO Areata Wanted ETorymwhere.
BhSB-lyisorlitp.daw "
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, B03T0N AND OALWA Y
The followlnc new and aarnlnaant Brat-elAaenAldll
Wheal Bteaaiblpt compoaa tht above lint:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 tool burthen, Oipt, J. Mac
(formerly of tba Oolllna Line.)
HIBIRNIA, 4,400 tool burthen. Cant. N. Paawaa.
COLUMBIA, 4,4ie u b. LaiTca.
ANOLI A, . 4,400 " Nionounii
PAOIflO, 9 SOU " " " I. Sana.
PHINOE ALBBKT, (Screw.)
Ona of tha above ahlni will leave New York or Botton
llternately every Taetday fortnight. forOalway, car.
rylog tht government mailt, touching at Bt. ohm,
Tha Bleamtrt of thle tine have been eonttracted with
the greatett care, under the eopervUlon of the govern
ment, have water-tight eomparimenla, and are unexcel
led lor comfort, aarcty and ipeed by any tteamtrt afloat.
Thty art commanded by able and experienced offloeri,
and every exertion will be made to promote tha ooafort
of paaeengera. t, ,
An.experienced Burgeon attached ta each ahlp.
BATES OF PANSAtae.
flrtt-clata N. Y. or Beaton to Oalway or Liverpool BICO
Beeond-elatl, " - " 75
riret-elaee, ' toBI John1! 35
Thlrd-clAte, " to Oalway or Liverpool,
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - - 30
Third -clam paeaengeri are liberally aupplled with pro
vlalona of tha beat quality, cooked and eerved by tbe eer
vantt of tbe Company. . . -
RETURN TICKETS
Partlea wiehlng to tend for tbtlr trlenda from -the old
country can obtain ticket! from any town oca railway, in
Ireland, or from tha principal eilieaof England and Brat
lead, at vtiy low rata. - ....
Paeaengert for New York, arriving by tba Boston
Bleamere, will ba forwarded lo New York free of eharye.
for paaaage or further Information, apply to
Wa II. WICKHAM,
At tba office of the Company, on tbe wharf, foot of
Canal afreet, New York.
HOWLAND A A8PINWALL, Agents.
aprlU9:dCm. ,
HUNNEWELL'S
UNIVERSAL " '.J
COUGH REMEDY.
for all Throat and Lang Complaint, tnelodng, wrah
Boat perfect retultt, Waoorma Ooooa, Oaaoiu at a
Oowmob Corana, Baowcnui. axn Tbboat CoarLAum,
alwaya foTaraatara of Conaamptlon. As a Bootwim
Bvaor It baa no superior, freed from all Opiate or
Battle propertlea. Bay be aatd by moat delicate com tli
tu tlona, and with perfect eonfldenee.
HUNNEWELL'S
CELEBRATED ,
TOLU ANODXNE.
Tn OttATtBT NaTtraaa Onavn avar' offered ta tba
world, containing not a particle of Opium, nor any tab
stance not ita trtotiy vegetable and mad lea propertlea.
a aura nemeay tor naoaaaau, BtnoaATHB, Oowr,
Toon axb Eab Acbb, Catabbh, Roe oa Hat Tivta,
and all minor Nervoaa Oompaiota. -
fa Loee or BLtar, and Uaadacna ta an ia vanataa.
It naa ao equal, and to which Boat undoubted tettmonl
alt ara offered.
foa E Bunion Taaapaalt U a mott parfectramady.
f on Bowvl OonrLAnrra, aftor leiaovtug the pa In It aea
u aphyaia, a moat Important eeatrael with tha eoniape
toryeffeeti ol Opium.
- To Phyaiaiani, f oranJasaad Trial Bottle will beeeot,
and to Dealer or Invalid a deearlptiva pamphlet wtthaet
Kpoataga-atamp.'
Prepared under tb special sapervbrioa of .:
. tt JOH.l L. HCNNE TVEt-l
cnaorurT am rauaaUoaoTiaT,
Ko 9 Commercial WhArf, So ton,. Xaas
fowboaplaaMdlraotanaoaannloatlona.' '.
: frfcaa Large Oongb Remedy, 50 centi per bottrt. -
email a -
Tola Anodyne, 60 "
tot sale by tba ntaal waottaaat and retail aaatera,
trywhera. . .,. - r . i
ROBBRT8 k BibTOEL,' ' N. B. MARPE,
JOBN R. OOOB. J. M. DBNIO,
0. DBNIQfc BONB, A. J-SCHCELLBB ABON,
maylT-wly . Agents far Oo I am boa, Ohio.
; W. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye! 1
Tali aptandii Hair Dye hat no equal fnittntaaecut la
effect Deantlftl Black or Natural Brown no liaising
tha akin ermjnibig the Ealr reoemeecneenaar' aa
effect of Bad Dyes, ui tavlgarataS tha kaar ibv Br.
Moat are gaaain an lea rtgnad "W, A. Baarawlar.n
Sold svaiywbara. ,
0HA8. BATOBELOR, Pieprletsr,
Jylftwly ' t 81 Barclay Btratt, New Tart.
HAIR DYE-7-HAnt DYE.
s Wm. A, Batchelor's Hair Dye!
Th Original and Bast la tk ' Worill
All others art mart Imitation, and. abonld aa avoided
If yon with toeecape rldlonla.
CRAY, RED OB RUBTT HAIR Dyed InttanUy ta
aeautlfnl and Nataral Brown or Brack, wtthoat lnjary ta
HalrorSkla. - 4-: ,....'." 1 ..
f IRBEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have baa
awarded toWa. A. Batche lor tine 1839, and avar 80,00
Application! have bean Bade to tha Hair of hit natron
af bis fament dye.
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYB predaoee a col
or not to bt dittlngubbed froa nature, and a warranted
sot to Injur la tht leeit, however long it stay bt oan tin
ted, and tbi UI affaet af Bad Dyaa ramadledl Ua Ball
Invigorated for Ufa by tha splendid Dye.
toM tn all does and taws at tbe United States.
Droa-gteta and fancy Oooca Daelen. n '--
11'beOanaiasaMlbe aaa udaaMremaxMastaal
plat engravlna en faaf etdas of each box, ef WILLIAM
a. BAXUiinuK, Ad.ireee
CHARLES BATOHELOB, VJcereator,
lya-WlV , 4 81 Barclay strati, lorsu
Baltimore. .Clothia Hobsc. .
t:0
TTTTliaQ cfti J3JLmXJTS.
' AWorACrcaau awa waetnuLi kuuu m '
READYrllADE CLOTHiN C.
(an n saw una TV tn nwa;)
m w .i. BAtTIIBOHE, 1
4 ULrge, Jtascrtmeot 61 tlm asl furnlshlnf
j . . OoedA Oeutaatly ea ! -' .
1.4, 4i V4 tfktto aadl UeA aael
whjtf Cheeked ef upartaraoisy, Trnalahy..
athSS rl"'7'i f' Ha.wi.SthHlcb '

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