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Attorney ett Xjt-AT
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Attorney & Counsellor at
.MARION, OHIO:
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1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements.---Time
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Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I.
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Ntan? XSrKSSS.-LnTes Oolnmbui at 110 A.H
will toava ngr bt all station south f Gallon,
atac a Delaware. Aihler. Oardlnctoa aad dilead,
at all station north of Gallon, errWIng at Olereland1
J i 1 1 atB Sb A M., Dunkirk J:( P. II., Buffalo Si P.
Albany I.xu A. M., New xork e: A. St., uwtoa xiu
Jt. at , PIltAburgh via OreeUin 8:80 P. at vPhllaOal
Al5:10 A. at. Chicago via Creetllne at 7'0U P. M;
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MIW T0RK IfPREBB Leave Oolnmbna at 11:
a.im.ii Will atop gt Lewie centre, (for Whit Baipaue
Bpringt), Delaware, uarqington, union, ureeline,Buei-i
by, New London. Wellington and Grafton, arrive
Vlersland at 3:3S p. m.; Dunkirk, t):SO p. m-r Bu
flo.,lU:8J b. m.l Albany. B:i5a. m.: NewXotk.
to. a; Boatoo, d:40 p.m. Thl Train sonaect at Bhel
ty fur Sanduiky, and at Giaftoa for Toledo, arriving
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&i'CclMr throuQh to York oil Men
1 1 mlm tiWMi; auo. ay fhuaatipMa ana
Right BiepreaSarrTweSatOolumbus at. ..11:15 P. M.
OlocinnaU Kanrete arrive at Columbus at lOrSO A.
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lilfct pio,t nuiL-- t.ad.rd jaw
Ihul
' Xiittun&mtn4ntXdwxdortof Ohio,
VbUre anb&lo-t J miJk ThenMml Worfl.
whoM mnltlhriool meujnp ud dnlnttonij tointkar
ninuppwmcTiraiaf.mtmiiiMiiuo! nimi
H L14 JJ f Alt
ai iblhcMm of-fhcrMmhtrt of th Ohio I
The ifcdnvTrrin nmbhAw'Bf Oik Ohio Stat TeWneW
iatoolatioa. adoui and alaa teuieln teachlhf . WrlUot
and rpeaklnrl lh Orthoirniphy ana pronnnaiaUaD . ml
iWoreeatat1! UofalQewrtd Uettoaary. and we mor oar
dlally reooamend It ai the mott reliable atandard an-
thorlty oC tbe nf lh laagnaje, a It la now wrilkrn and
--.TJ . lJ.-.-,' '5 ... .
uukiw arnnn, rreanein nenyon uonege-t "
M. T. LaoaaTT, Ruperlntendent Zaneaellle SebocM
im. wHim, sap
Yi ftapHllaeal Ion Union Bchoole. .,.
, Sou-'l PnbUaJkhooli, Bandatks'.''
m't Public Bchoala. Olrolerllle. '
John Ltnca, Bup
f,. Awrofj paqclpal oBTlana female aee
T7' ' I ii
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Jok 0sn.
" miLMmup v ran iio dcbooib. n u
tat! Normal School, Wtnne
ia'
via. u
w! jo, njloal ;jroyrtntenedtot! School,
II. 8. JUAiTW.Snp't Canton Union School!. .
Jbwi Bbal, PrtnOpal UeHewly Normal School. 1
Ku T. VAmaa. Prof Hathematlot. Ohio Unlreretty.
W. W. Kdwabim, Bnp't Troy Union School.;-, nfm i
A. a. uoreiRK-vrtaoiMi wed uied ocboeuMier
8. A.MoiTokj AMeobWrrlnclpal High Schoet Wew-
UM. t '"on
TbsodoI! Snituaa,, Principal High School, 01ra
land. -ova Ail ,-(ij 6.
Ae AT ! SSUeVlaTlmfaTWVipM V c AUweiluni, t- , -
A. Oiruieeklfn, vCJKlecUftlttitej BI
W. 1. llAiuj,ff; VJ.'Ct'itry,t '6iiI' Weeleyaa
U Vhi.h T1.1 f1ll.. J T.alltnla
H. II. BaixM. Ifx Oemfcltiloher of Common Bchooli,
AtiiA.'.:.:.. -. i.i. i;!;.i:eoir Im io; i.. l i - '
i .ifetntt,' Prtf,llh; Obrf1lnOollw.u''
TBoe. Bux.Preeldent Antlooh Oolleie. ' J. t -oj n:
0. W-H. OaTnOACT.' Prof. Hathtinatto!,, Bigk
School. DATton. .IIJ.lJ,S.U,wa ., ,
B. O. CRPMiirorr.'Prof. Lbngnge'' 'Dl(!h' School.
DaTton. v , :iu
BY M . Kuan. Son't Union School. Athlaod . a a-
eUur-Pmtdmti of CbJl
ffeav rroftvrti Author M ilMatrUA4a kiuca-
?RE3JpENT3 OF COLLEGES IN OHIO
kf ARirrrA Oouaan "It la trnly mtcnlfleent work.
Jn-noner to the anUreri ttre publlthere, and lb wbel
w.airy.' rretural Andrew!. - I
I Omu WaeMaUMairi!iIteihiyrpat
none. k It will b my fnlde In ortkoKraplylandpronan
elation, and will often be eonaaUed by me (or ltf scat
and accurate dtalU."Praidea! Vbompioa
W. S. IcucnoCouaaa. "neretoforavelhaTtneed
Webater'a orthorrarhr. At anecent meetldn, ct ear
racDlty.il waa decided to chant It to conform to that
of Woroeitar'a. loyal Onbrto BlotiooAry." Prteldent
OarioU.1 - .4 a i a . lid H
Wmrrama Kmnn Ooixtoi. "I And It .worthy of
eordial apyrobaUon.'Wreeideat oitehoock. I
Oioiub OoUaai. "It mora than meet! mjr expechv
Uom. I recommend It a the. atandard aalhorltyio
orthoepy i mreiiildren and my paplta." PreeWent
klorgan. x I
Awnom CoLLaw!--"! adopt and aim
to bn in icacn-
bg, Writing and tpeallrjg, the orthography and prbsa
eiauon or woroeetcr s noyai
Quarto Dictionary,
freeldenl Hill. ,
, "la all an writlnr. sneaHra. sad teaehltr. I have n-
deayored to' conform to th rule for orthography bad
pronunciation aioontalned in Woroeeter DMUoaazy.
ttorac Jiana, sat rsMKMPT.
Kamroa Couana. fliiriin. ''I mott cordially reoom.
mond it a th mast rellabl Itairdard aathortty of the
MnglUh lawgaag a n H new written ana ejwien.-
frealdent Andrews. s
SCHOOL COMMIS3IONERSOF OHIO'.
From Bet. Jinton Smyth, Oommiotum of
J i n ti vr aakovm MIK I - 1 i yj
Th TMcUonar U an lroDerUhAbie aoniment to th
learning and Induetry of It author, and an honor to th
world 01 letter, xn mecnanicai utcouud m i
i "Tbe'moet
gaago."
tellable ttandard Authority ofl the laa-
l. wa,x TW j.
Ne-wsrpapersi of Ohi
Soy.
ClMtlattd Herald of JforcA
lb Wdreaater Vlctlonirry
ill. author of dletlncUoa. la
and oaaronas to th general luage
of ordinary writer! and ipeaker. , "L.-",
Whatever prejudice! may bar eitated prevlouily,
riiiiiui-.f thlavslnma will Invariably b followed
by a warm appreciation of It great awfita, Sod a deal
to add It to lb well lsld. library, b U large or small,
It ie a library laitaelf, and will reraaiar a, lmprih
ble moord of ta learning of psoompller. a 1
.1 AVvanlA OnoU-toAl Xlnirtal o ipf 80
. ti. .Muiirf a hundred tbaaaaad word-:fOod
had and lnduTarenU-wboM malUUrlou meaning!
' dedTAtloni, tngelhef With their cotredt ipeliln and pro-
Tie work
nniutlenabl,tb araalMt Xbaaaarwai.BDgiilb WrA
ttiMUM. art. aet'OieariT veiorw -w "j."
I ,r nubliiUed. , ,,. .,.
r-i a , .. t " "
Iwldentlv Woanrarsa'a RoTAb tuar DtcrioMABr
Auii tmlt, ihi LuL but th best wort oMe tiHtLmm-
etMd.andctB by no pomlbUlty auflerby cxaapalj-Jor
oonivry. J I
. AA 4 MTTro.rWoeffrwa M raa BTARDAtn
fellgwed by oay baVsaUirMiin l!SnUloni b eac
nothing to h deelred, and Id 0TaoaRnir It W ufflcinl
HtatUwere,
OHIO.
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DlTldend Janmsur 1 B I Per Cent
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Paid Pbjlclu' feee. 5,1 75 K
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en w -. r....,r;v,tmj nttm
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siaio, worm aouni ui
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BealraUaatse.,lMlAaMtVii sStMnbVSth tl
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eUrm S eaHfaldaleaUtton'or th Vrresent talae of
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A- f Tl 8T 5 reircie in rorae, raannagi.ir.rrosni4a)05V8'
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1". '. ...... MnrrDUfm UT ww HnnDf m
I
attaadin Pollcieaei bOB0pAn,-B harlng
MOMtory anotn ,rae7 threfx rt.
bar deciaiva a Jlivroaan oi w per m. on
paid at th tabi rates, to al) nolle loe for life ta
kwaed prior Is January 1, 18S0, paswai ordiiig t
iiieeeiit rnls Tf r- r - i
'.Riteafnr all kind of Lit OoaUnrvfWte, IPreepec
aaee, IMoinot,-4 Applleatloo, wilt be
wiTRovv rAitasiaiMBlvWf MjOSTawrse eg an
! . ' xt JMUbiftt i'.'PAtf tnW, Preeldent;
-
(,t, - .,y " lij4rtiaB, eiee-erreejufnw
. m-.i vwl''-Srwk" sbr.artr
i a a. m i i ..a n - at hji' -
X .T, i At even gtml.Ibe mott
aaaortuiei. V.tH v'.1-saJ 4 MM'm,te'
""aisrtd;r
Jy M that
wMf;Vv .ticjusf eani
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feffeetuar AUerti m ear beina.J &
ttosti,2SSa-
btrf Alterative Tywe M toWford an effcc
antiaot0 Tot, tw'diwpariii u
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and
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50.
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reputed to cure. It is ueucrctr wi ucn a.
ear.
rr-
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Director,
rranii
am (erne.
Ui
'furnlthedl ,
v
remedy If varlttd-tjT.TlroBir who buffer, from
ptrumous compiamw, ina xnni. o
Bceompuan meir cure laTim-jrmn 'i""nf
terrlce to tMs large cVtsa of out afflicted fellow
Wtteens. 'How completely" trris (tornpoutifjjwill
Bo it lias been proyert by txpwrment on nasy
Of the worst cases to to found of the follo wing
Wmplatttsj- '." "'.N.. l,' "!iw:,i,'
IH.rnr i ' iVrl Hmmbt.ot. fjArPLAlltXi.
i?iA;pTl6rf XlJTrvlJEAti Ulcbus,
riMPtE, 'UtOTCftES, TU0n, BAT-T JjtHEUM,
t"ectio!4s, MEhotmtAii Pise; Dof-tr, Neo.
nlifiiA'ptt lQ'lJoci.0tiBti,tI8iJiittt, Dvs-,
Pr.PKll 1N1I INUllir.nilUnt w7""
pa $i. ' Ajt0t,s Fift, iind indettj t jvhole
Ioss of cornjtUiiJS ir'rtM .
yThiBj coiApouutJ ll; bei)uncl a groat pro
raowr ot itmui, waen., ujiu;ii m iuc pji ",.
epDl 'tho foul Jjumoja , wjiich fcster iniths
,booiat tlit season 9? tljo ycar;,. JJy thn time
ly (xpulioi of tlicm mariv rankiijg dfaordoTS
ara. ruppoa. n t,ba bud, -ju,uiuiuut cun, oj
(Uaia UtiSim4yi sparo themselves from
n,1..n fmil flfnntinn! nrul UliferoUS
oiev Jlwotiglv which th vtcm will strive to
nd 4teU: M.qrxWPUODS, u Bon uswsieu ra uo
this titfpuck tlH natural channeU of tbo body
iyn. aHeratiys jwi)kiM9n Cleanse out the
wiiinisJ lilond'whpnnver vou Hail its itnbnritics
,Birfiting.throuojh ahMkinWrpunples, eruptions,
pr.sorcsv cieanM;i iwiien yo imti a i vo
strucUA .and sluggish in the tcuvi i; cleanse n
whentver it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you whon.- Even where no particular disorder
u feltt-peopW enjoy better, health, and live
longer , for cleansing tne uiooa. rveep ine
blood healthy, and 'all is welM but with this
pabulum t4iro disordered, tncro can do no
lasting health. : Soones ;or later. : something
must flo wrong, and ths great machinery pi
life is disordered 6r overthrown.' j
- Sarsaparilla has,; and deserve much,' the
VcDufotMrri of aecomnlisltinv these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
rrrtparation tof it, partly" becaute tne urug
aions nii noi an -vo vircuo iimt is ciuuueu
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending tu be concentrated extrnuts of it,
contain but little of the virtue-of JSurshparilla,
or any thing else. ;";' "-"' " i
During late years tne pumic nave ocen misr
v,frftlr Vintrnfllriij to iriva a hnart
of ExXract of SaMaparilla forne dollar;" Most
f Uiets haTe pees vauas spon uie sick; iut
tiiey not jiy 'oonmns iuuc, u ny Dnreiipu
rilla, but often no curative properties whatey
er, silence, bittor and painful disappointment
has followed thenisw of -the various extracts' oT
Smamm;ilvrilp1i rlnnd tlia markot. tititu tlic
nkffieiitsclf is justly i(W4scd, Bud lias become
IT tl.ia onmnnnnil Snrsnnarillol and illtulltl
to'sritinlv such a remedy as shall rescue tlie
the load of obloxravl Which re3
mprmiti And we tiink we baj-e, ground for
ficliwing It bas virtuesv wfuou Te irrcbibuiuc
by the, ordinary run of the(discascs it if Intohd
cd,fo.curo(1 Ii order to secure tluiif tompUte
ernejcation from Uie system, the remeuy euouiii
be Judiciously taken accorxlins to direddons on
the bottle.-- iV'l
. dr; jr.' c. Ay.BB.AV co.
1 :LOVEt1Ii!i'MAfeS. S'T'
Prlco, ft po UotUo Six llwtUca for A3.
saver s L.neriT. .rcctorai
has won' for itself such a. renown for the euro
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
It is entirely unnecessary ior us to rccuum mo
evidenoe of its 'virtues wherever It has been cm
ployed. As it lias, lung boon in constant use
tnrougnoui nils sccuon, we nceunuiuu iiiun, umn
aaaura the people it quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and ,thnt it may be relied on
i . . i ' - j. -r 1M 1 . 1 ..... 1 r 1 , ,u
HO ior mcir, rciici an it hub cvui uvvu iuuiih w
iVmtfs Cathartic Pills,,'.
I :t ..:.-.s.'o:-0 - j M-f-Aa
CastiBcuess. Jaundiced 'Puuteusia. niaigcstloti.
'Dysentery, Fbul Slointci, Eryxipcla, Jkttttacie,
. . . . v. I ..' - r f l-l.'i fV....
rues, imcumaiism, umjntoin anu o"i" furjw'.
.iW Comnlaint. Divbm. Tetter. ..Tuimiis' mul
Salt Rheum, Worm's Gou Feumlglai "as
Dinner Pitt, rnictflr hh !jiiij M? llltyi-, 7J
TheV are stiirar-coatctl. so tlmt the nrnst sensi
tive -eon' toke them plensnntly, and thejorcthe
best apenent in Uie world lor ail me purpascs oi
family physic. ' 1 ' "-
Pries 25 cents por Box; Tivo boxes fc'jSUMIV
! f'c? rif-irrumhraVif Clere'viurnC thvsiciani Slltss-'
men, and eminent personages, uavc linti mor,
names to certify tlio unparalleled lisefulnessof thejt
remedies, hut our space here wiH not permit
I irnertios of tliem. 'f he Xdrmts beloMrjisiicd fur-
nisn gransonrAMEUiCAW almanac in wiin,u
are given ; with also full descriptions of Ihnbovi
eomplamlsl and the treatment that should be ft
lowed for their cure. I -i,
Dq notbeut eff by unprineTbled dealers Willi'
othe tpT(-pvatio-ia they make more prntu
Demand Ateb'd, and tako no others, flio arK
want the beat aid there is for them, and they should
have it. . ,
i.ii at
All our rcmcTliM-are for lalo by
B0BIKT8 st-BAMCBL, Oplukbna.
And bv DrSggtetiatd baUtrsiavtnwhar. rl
MVlKIvrklwAw ' T'A. A
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CANADI AH ft TJBITED STATES MAIL
4 i,i'steamr$;;i:
'fft-..r...i Xf AJsl STKHITl . ,r).-,..)i
L0ND0NDEIUIY. ,aLASG0W:
III
Liverpool,' Montreal, VQifeWKS,1";
ana
'I -WaT,.SA"ll'-1 "A Vlel Ti
Th Monfreal Ocean Steamship Company's arst-elass'
ll.nnwerad Olvde-bulU Bteamer aall every
!
rdKy from PORTblBD sairylsg th Oanadlaa
United State I Hall and passengers.
I
NORWSQIAN. . NORTH AMlrUOAB.)
JO BOHBMfAN, " 'T ,Pi:ul ANLO-6AX0N,
NORTH BRITON, lilBKKHlAN,
CANADIAN.- 7!i.,i.Jf.1.cN0.VA00TIArTv-'
Namrteaty CtAdaiweatwiiAfleilcaTCBtCone
i.j.wjti.4 Tiiaace irwai ' ( '
AMERICA T0ALL PABTI OF ITJROPi:
... T- 830. SlQtt 8SO. f lllll
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wedaeaday,
and from oJBHSO every Maturday calling
LONDONDKRKV, toraceiveon noarfi and lane aaiwana
mmtmrttnmui and" free ireiandaed Scotland; ur.i
-feTX7ThM Bteamr'-ar built St Iron, in Water-tight
twmuarwaania, aaray mmom mm Hfnifiwni auifniu,
every allcution Jm Paid -o uit-nmuiiu auiiacuinmuwe
in iS nawwrArai: ' Aa thevSroeeed direct to LONDON
DBHr.tlr gieal ma ana no raj 0i caiupg at pp
IS avoided. ' 'rJlT I dlf
i aiabaec -pasttBgerg are raraiicea wim-raa
Hcireta to and from Loadsnderry, i. l"
Jtelura tickets granieu reuuoea aair.-,'t .
Oertifloatetlatued foroarryiag toaad in-lnglagaat
tengars from all the principal towni of Onatil
Ireland, at reduced ratea. by tht 11a -( aieal
byth WA8U1NUT0N LINN OJ WWiOJ,
iai uiwne w wnaajiniauiaaa
ajeatMra,
AOKBTBt
leavLoalVlvervool eTerjl.wesk, ,, , ,, T- I nut
gAUVerpooi gyeiji wcae . , r-j-TA- I
a ra--aJtwvjowXi AatSaawar
bllglU nitavSow-.Xl AwctasSwarda
ble la Kngjlande Ireland. Ht&tnix,'
1 ulsuaA e Walew 1
ViwaTre, sttily sll th OTBoof BJnytOAVe
a
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ToTTiassag,
ATl dl
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- ftie
babvt. a BBIBT aVaneral Atrshts.
Ot to " "J. R, ARMSi nUJfUetiaO
aou-iydSrw i K-g n-ai w-i-iwtui
Co-Partnerihip.
i
r-HaVHTHI1)aV ADIrllTTsJTJ
S. I
ton JAMCvAD8RBAItf u partner laimyaeb
arsx. bicb
ub will hot after be condwetfi aoder tbo
i StniJ ' f. BAlM.ajtl Soath Uigb,-BW,
sjai8fn. .
of bain
ColambUA, Jet, U. 1861,
I? .. iV 1111 lll.KU. I . -
ii si iz-v . : iZTrfT i vy
riAWorrri'i ! i " ment, If. X.,irap'itor'
th Hea-lork lubmuH b having, lilia
I- fb-ytKiiiii- jarimv-! Drewtdt-v Sefooa, iat
asleol
s
vuwei,
rer-tb'PotA tiAe.-wberd aatt-facMnaikM
b gtva.4-t 4ta ?e4rW lMitMW 'I bauieg
,j Chlklraei'a (lalg Atwtsla. dooA ta law boat srl.;,.f7r
IfU-dly .Jv-u. e).il 7-
1-K-jat I
RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement.
RAILROAD. Summer Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
.EqIIZ - ,1Pv "i
RAILROADS.
. . . , - -
For CinouuiAti, Bayt & IndlanapolU!
m, ei. i
TjiwttBito.In4UiMli8ihoitChi
UitubwA tt One duwof Cr. botwM ,( ,
tin
' ,-M f. .f to .'.-i.i tMi ii.tnsil ai all
! ,-v.ti FIRST iTBAUfcaii bf f
A0CQMU0DATI0N' a 5 S. t.'i etoffrfb at all t'
Hons between Colambnaaad CipMiAtlid Daftoo, r-
nviof ai Ulncinnat! at lu.unv a. maaa i
8.10a. m., conneotiigst Paytoa fo.IadlanapoM'aad
the weet. j j -' . " "' 1 -ac.!.;
''")' 'ttflW, TRAIN?
"'XK BXPRtBS nteOa. m., ifopplng aiJefferwn,
London, Gharteitotr, OedarrllM, Xenla, Sprint valley.
uorwln, Freepora, SartstMlmt. Alerrew at.,, (.euane,
loater'a. Lmreland And Mllfard. anlrlaa . OinclnnaU
atA.30 p. m.,Ilaylonat8.4ip. m.,conneotln with tUI-
uni ana uiauMippt juiiroaa ior inifTiue, ,aj,
ennnes, Oaire, St. Loan, NewOrlaDe,"t.l BayUn
for Indiaaapolki, Ufayatt ttsra. Sakta, .kiao
aU Western point. ,n,,t1 t J, i
i 'uv j tj. THIRD TRAINl
af Alt.btO.l'op. 'm stopping at all ittAnda between
Oolumbna and Xeala, And al Bprttig- 'VoHey.i Ocrwio,
ktomw sod luirelaad.acrlTlDt at Oiadtmati at 2 a, m .
" - FopRTf'lAI4,,i, ! ''
NIOUT EiPBKdS.'via' Dylon,2 lSTOO' mMnSn?.
t topping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Middle toa and
lUuillton. arrWina Wt Olrieinnatl al Mi I. at Day
ton at 2.6i. m.i oonntoUBgi at. Olaebmati with lu
ObioandclilslmippllUilroad lor Loaievili. JtrantTine,
Vlncennea. Cairo. St. Louie. Meranb.il. New Orleane,
and all point Sonth and Booth-wert; ), at Dayton
lor inaianapoiu, Aianywit, Terrs name, vnicage, w
i. Ii.),:i '-m ii. n . . i ' ... i. " I (. )
TTT of farther Information and Thromth Ticket.
eppif to M. L. DOHBttlX, TieketAgtaA. Union Depot,
Oolumbusi
'' ' P.' W. BTKAMR.' I v ;
' " flencral Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
V' 1 JNO. W. DOHBRTf,
oi 1 . . .. Agent, ColumbsJ,
f I ., . B.Wi'WOODWABD, ' 1
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1 1.'- i bnperlntendentt Cincinnati.
oColumbn. July 14, 180,1
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CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
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B A LT I M 0 R E ! & ; 0 H i p,
y.; AND AT PITTBBFBQtt WITU TUB ; .. .
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
i:
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" wAnxiinrr this
i u rr i r".v:r :r.7 i.o ?;
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
. , iiouto to ali Eastern Cities i .
,. . - Trains Leave Columbus a follows : . ;
-i f MOSSnidlXPBBgSI .: !" ' .
Leave Oelumba 8.30 A. M. from Union Depot,
Bellair or Steubenvillei arriveaat Bellaire, 10.80
M Htenhenville. 13.20 P. M.: PitUburah. 3.40 S. U.
rJrrlbarg,i.lS A. M.l j Mlmtoum, arrive at New
York 8.00 A. at .1 via TkilatUlpKia, arrive! al Pnlta-
delnbla. 5.10 A. IT.: New Xork. 10.30 A. M. Ononeom
also at Harratbarg for Baltimore, arriving at M A.
, . i. i ,. ,,, , ai
Sleeping. Cars Attached to thii Train
Praia Columbaa, ran directly through to Bellaire
Pituburgh without bang and faiHngers via Alien
toivnarnv lanew. xoraatOA. - . -r f
irpIffO QOCB8 IN ADTANOB 0 N0BTHEBB
I This Train' slao cODDbcU at Bellaire i;tbf
Lt' i -1 or? ? 9 Bsilrosij.
. . ., :., . PITXSBUBQft BXPBJBBSmkJ
Leaves Oolaatba 11 Si A- Al., from Union Bepot,
HiuhnTille: arrive at Newark. 12.50 P. M.; Uoaboc
ton, S.1S P. M.l Bteubenvtlla, B P. M.; Pittsburg.
i. M.- IETI! b thaly mate by whleh Paaaengers
caa lean UisclriBaU at 7 A. M, g through to Pttu
burgh la daylight, without chog of careor delay.- i
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Lwvei Oolumba 9.1S p. tt.f frtm ColoB Depot,
Bellaire: arrives at Newara, r Ai.) nriiie,
XI r. m. iwiiaire.r .an r. m.i riHenargu, ii.au
af.; llarrisbans 9.00 'A. kf.: io JtUmtovm. arrives
at New Yorkyd P. id BkU(viipkia, arrive
PhllAdeli.h.a, 4.10 P. H.. New., Kark, e V.IM, Thl
Train also connects at Harrieburg, lor B(tl(uoro,,
rrrlnVt IP. m." ' ' -
i Taw Traia-rans taroBgir w -uajinrre or rnn,arwiia'
oaA abani of.. Oaacand, from. PltUbung Shdr 1
chAnce-ef Oar to l-blladeluhia, or via AUantawa
OrilujbTsiIiil i
mi ' n . . . , . . 1 . .. I. - n . T.) i
1 110 on IT stoute iruia voiuruuu tu joa.Hiuiuro,
. Philadalnhia. or Naw York, with' Snl V u
ctl! rim OB ChADge Of Carg.1 Piifi"'
By this Train 'Paamgeri arrrrs 1nHew Tpik
boars la advaao of the northern llnee, . -u i. -
., This Train abra ooonect at Uellair wna w vainmor
vSPWt t iAi5n-;u-ri.,,ia);atO
ItTTblsRoute h 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
"'-( and'morev thaS IU0 (ailed shorter to
:j 1 rsw York, than Northern Lines,
A
Baggage'Ctecked Tlrough. io; ill
.a.ponant jrmxt a.
b
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S .'.I
!i l BELLAIRE .OR. glTEUBENVILLB.-
Jd .iii;ii nieif.il .iii.
Ticket 'Good
)WO
Ither Bowte.
i -itt H-L' vlil.d VI i JNft.-W. nRowir: V
I -t ar- j In. IBII.W..S A a .. A.l ikkln D
II it li I ' or ajjrejB A IBM AWHWH veuMSli uuw
1. Ai HUICHlNiOBc
SsVb;
r sea. Tictet Agent BMiibaiirtii! anori utaa.
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GUERNSEY'S BALMI
GUEnflStY'SBALM
TiJVll VJK A s J-KBVBITlIt-11.
Sammfttinn and nain. and heala ths wdrat
scald, bruise, cat Or freeh Woand of any Bind,
twelHng and pain from be Sting, moeqoit bttea,
BokMtwua pkania, aaahrla,,irbMmllemi arue la
breast, salt rheum, ate. When takes lauroally, U
poeluvely cur croup mcoiiuran, ana gives anmeaiaie
raiiernitnw woraieav vi uii, wmm, vw."wiii,.iiui
eiMhaarBm and (or throat PHo. ti
bottl. Bhoald a in are raoaae-t, Po sal by
gtoan48torkapr, , . , , - xia aruwB,
... DOie irviriw 1. ivyimii.!.- iW
l 4AA&-lwkl ' ii..l i ii lj -.,i
' No real Justice 'can0 b Heir1 ttl,: Wve'prapara'tloill
bat Bp pmeuiwg ana ivauiBg u-n-iimra-aaii-i'-bttnaadvilh
ail dealer, -or Will a tat dor .Proprietor
.. . . . ,, ,. . . -una. ha. i . ... a .
clans, Who wfll Sod development In both worthy
aomptano and epptotaf. r - t-
if OOff raspoaaen kwiwi rw- mm mmtmm mmi ivaiiM
ariaslls prompM to a 4ilat f .law shove aaliauU
nroV'salii oy 'tfael ajiuil whoiaial 'an'j WhlrdealeV
virjrwh-.'-'! ' "' i ' ' ."
jroiiTl. VityVlmxyrxtp Propriete)
iij Boi ft Commereial Wharf, loste aUss.
. lobet Samuel. NB.Marpi I. 'B Oooa
Denlg, 0. Beaig a Boas. A. ddkbafller a; Boa.
lor Oolumbu. Ohio, i ' , w '.. '. , . , .j aurlfily
I CNTI'RHE 1 ' B'SJIINIMIIING
Uf , U O a S)..i ailitti nj ifi I s....-t
....aoveiHcaj" "e" --.-i , . j
.vttt mimiv t nbnuered Pocket Uaodrerchleri
I Paris Kid Blerrea, raairlae am. ). i ,
, ,lldea Hill Bhirts, vartea etla..-.,- i
Boys' 0ldea 11111 Shirts, do
M l: i..:. , a o.u m..J' rf.
W I;''
UriTin Biiu di v
Arm
YlL Hemmed roeaeruaaaaeraneia, TmrKxn aiyiea'
.AlaJMleaaaaa tisnet.aiaiaaeuia, -u.. - , .
.i ii tmr-rifi w r 'k'."' : AIN St BON,
'. ' 'anrlli A . .7. "i 0 South Utah
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r l?. eo-.vXn oVJj LU U Villi. -1 l ' a-IK.
itiV tft.1t MrwnWl.Tff.aIJ, ; .'-e-J
bwte
Sil d.- OORBON.' I fliOl
a1niv4rwadawlaBSf!raal low for -.,
i di fcei-5r- mmJW'.
--7. l?Vi a awi voiaaaoBB.
''iwij'Mw:,Aiv..-.v.U:v:.'.tt.,.
ifesfes-
MISSING.
l.,Tbev follow Ip Jioes b' a,yApggt and
t touoUbg pathos i V .n.il i "
i "Jl t
VU
t among th lufferloe wounded
hoi among 10 ptaoaral dead;
-Until, tbronah her Palnftif tearl.,n, ' ' !"
rafle ne ar aajue to aisoailed blm ' l i :i:.,-
,;;. orlheM tw-adrtwnlyyeai!. . i ,.; ; t
' " Bdund'hef, ill II peao andTplenly ; ' , !
''Bright and clear the yellow Soorf
ci While lhe.manlaa.eliivlaakik i.p. U ;
All around the kitchen donr. mn.i '- "
,. . iuvii i x uireicae.wu uvupe-uu . , . , j
. ' "Drowm In hli patch of iai; .
JnillT thine the oaken drpuar' ' " '
All the morhlog,a work I dope. i
'I' Vl.til 1,1 I ; ( ... 'I ...l-l. I . )l .
Through th window eomei lh fragraoct '
' - Of a nrmy barreit morn,1 '
II l
, ; 'raiment eonga from dietaat reaper. ;j
ana in mailing oi ine oorn.
;il
trnrU i
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t-ll.l
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. . .vAnd th rtcb, breath of the garden,
' Wherith! golden'melona lie;
is i; Where th bluahing plumaaro turning
, , j.AU.thelr'rodaheekitvlboaey. 1; .)
. sitting thu within the snMbUMyr,
w
Mailing la bar eatr cnair:
' i With aoft line upon berforehoad,' 1
And lbiivr lnberbnlr-..J i- .)
,., -i . '! '. i - -,t .. .a-.
Blind to lunablne dead to fragrance ,
" On that roral harvest morn;
. f Thinking, while ber heart I weeping, 1 : '
i , OI ber nobl browed Brel boro: - - , '
- -; I t. ' i.
Dow he left ber In the Springtime, .... I
With bis young heart full of 0tm I
v; ..With bit clear and ringing footatep, (
, With hU lithe and supple frame: , I .
! L n- .... . . . '
vi . How With Uerskl eyes war brimming I f.
' AhkliedaUat''woodby," . '
,. tet ike beard him whittling gaily, ' ,
As he went across the rye. , j ,
Minute I Why ahooM He b mining? !
li would flKhl until he fell;
- And If wounded, billed, or mleilng,' '
' . i . Some on there would be to tell. '" j
i ,: i ; .-..: I.-. !
, JIimiso: SMI a bos to cheer her! , . ''
3
caie. inumpoani. ne may come,
'' Wlih lh vlotor-army ehontlng,
. WitktbeolamorodtlMdraml
IiW
' -1
So. through all the days of Autumn
- In the or and In the morn-' " '
,. She will hear ble quickening footateps j
.(In the lustjlng of lueeorn; .1
Of. she will huih th houeheld
- i - Whll her heart goa ieapton high, ! j
j Thinking that ehe bearabim ahiaUing ,
In the pathway 'hroogb the rye.
Par away through all th Autumn,
In a lonely, lonely glade,
a la the dreary desolation ' I
, , , That tin Batlle-biwm has mad. .
"' With tbe rust bpon hi musket
la th v and lu tbe moru
la the rank gloem of th fern team
, Lies her nobl browed flrst-bern. ,.
Another Letter from Prince Napoleon.
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A third letter, from Prince Napoleon has
made iu appearance.. This letter enema, to leave
no doubt that it la from the -band of the Prince
himself. It is dated at Washington, Aor. 16lh.
We quote the following i .'' i t.
GENERAL SCOTT.
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., General Scott is s man of enormous beicht
And corpulence, sges about seventy-tire years,
worn-oat, almost ended., lie is lieutenant
General, s grade corresponding to that of Mar
shal, and to wlncb is Attached tbe peraunarjl
oommmlo.tbe regular army In time of peace
aa well aa Ja. timootarar. In the United States
there te but one Lieutenent-General, and be
la WMftiitv Commander-in-Chief of the army,
.sort of war minister for life, while the Cabi
net officer, who has the title of Minister of War,
is more specially charred with the military ad
ministration, i General Scott, therefore, directs
all the operations of the present war, just a
France tbe Minister of War direotl the armies
in tbe field commanded by generais-ia-chief.
General ecott is, or rather has been f or I
peat be has the air of a man iwboee . career
ended si tree gentleman, tbo manner of
English general, well- educated, enlightened,
sod belonging;, as well by Us age as ; bis man
Bare, to quite a different ; generation' than
rawsenfc- .i;.vi r.JO i . .. -
GENERAL M'CLELLAN.
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General MoClellah commanded, some days
t- ta 17: I.I. . : u 1 r
agir, iu nwiu r irg,uiia a ururiuwn ojau auu-
jected and half revolted. Charged with
duty ol paeiiying it, ne scqatlted himself ol
mieaion who ine greatest suocess. vi 'ins
secession generals who opposed bim one
taken with bis. whole column, the, other
killed, and his troops dispersed. These iuc
oeeaeS, which American exaggeration has trans
rormed into great victories, bare, given
dav tm day an immense twoularltv to Mi!ellan.
V.. A.r w't,TT 7
xooiee nis name at jjbw , loraon piacara.
on D&noeri
irt, Jo the newspaper headings,
se, 'MoClellaa two yictorlei In
the phrase,
. , . , - - i . . .,
General
ii oooti are aimoat loose oi a general
ny with ths Minister ot War. T General
1 I a. .1 a
the Army with the Minister ot Wan. : General
Mccieiiao, s pupil or west roiot, Academy.
s man oi tniriy-ure years ot sge, very small
stature, with black hair and moustaches, an
.... ... ' . . '
teuigent, open ana most agreesoie oountenance,
ana a aimpie sna moaesi Dearing. enouia
see bim on tbe street in raris you would
tainly take bim to be a rrenoa oiiicer, of
i oeer or wtiiiery. ,, ,, u f.ti fc ,
? Thl connectlons'lf General " UobaOM'sviM.1.
GENERAL M'DOWELL.
at 'J
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prevents
aad
the
will
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Urug.
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their
J
Mam
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.
General McDowell eombund all the troop
on th right bank f ths Potomac" He ie s
ot forty-two years, tall sod large. His faee
not particularly nae, but n is remarkably
sod sympathetic throBgo lie elf 'Of frankness
aDdkindnesst .r.iu:t.m . u i -,
'If MoClallaniwesab.es oneof our eaglneer
officer. McDowell resemble one of Our In
try offioer. Did I Dot dread reducing to
shades the Search Ibf resemblances and
similations, I Bbord Say that McDowell has
typo of tbe chief of battalion of foot cbassMrs.
ills oonvsrsAlion, bio oturaeter end bis pnocl
pies sro superior to his smiearaiiee favorable
that la. IIo.Ja.ione of the honeetest,
simplest xeen ust yon can meet.-1 He lustaloed
terrible check st Bull Baa, and he epeaks
it .without btUerneam, without, reorinlnatloa,
with on Bocestxtf Sincerity and an elevation
sentiments that do- him tbe greatsal hooor.
Deteived of the supremo oeeamand ' In
qoeooe of that reverse, be has seen MoClsllan,
bis fellow . student ai wesi roins,' yonsger
than; himself by ssvoral r years,? inherit
koaors, bis position -sod hie growing popular
ity .m niIi !0 6-i.)lAl ttr f.,ti.,(in-'i
. He has token, without eonpiaio eaa
murmur; an inferior place unds him
mission it Is to repair tbo mlsfortnDO attached
ta hie name. J Well, no one doubts that
Dowell will belt he mostsubmbwive, most
ed of MoClellau' llontenante. MsDowell
aidee, s repatatlon In the army of being a sort
stole nhlk)sopner-a.rpoaoB sought after
more or leas deserved by a wertain somber
Wast Point pupils.- tie drink neither wine,
or coffee, does not smoke, asd bas habits
aad self-denial quite ia keeping with
rarivta prtoeipies, u ,a-'. : j i r i j i i i .:v.i
WAR BETWEEN COMRADES.
,r'-'
(.
,r
streeti
OJ
'Tbe1 war appears to be between
In Western Virginia. MoClellan bas bad
onerate ssa nal two West Feint eompaulons
le
one or whom, as i naragaio, was auieu.auH
III V-UVI UIMIV .owuw, . , . t ,- , (
fta.ne.a'arrl an Mitten, military
TT. .. . ., m.lnl'
-r ,k. Annn.ina nam: wera nni aril
-
1
gaVd Wtttt w ma iiwiu.ue wui w
bouso.than MoClellan's. od When. MnCUiiaa
went Bpntn Be eiayeu wi1" no ooa out
ar.l.' Ona aide end the other srk kcuhalHted
the "thoet, Intimate manner, and sentiments,
ehlralrous eateeos are lound Aimoet.CTerjwtjerf
la both a taps for fornav rienid, ndw ,ecome
ARMY ORGANIZATION.
tsvalry is very seantr. .Aa to field hlilr.
there i scaroelr any to be seen, whiori prove
that th losses In the' battle of Bull Rtu have
sot yes bsenr epairer. e-Tner reualils, then,
the Infantry, enostopedjii o Jfreolkr, bat
"Ti'Tf oowiurtsuia manner.,, to m lormar
letter i spoke of the voluDtoer organization,
sod I need' not revert W tt: 'Thefr- jniliUry
besrlDg is very adifferebt, owing as loadh to the
suit or toe men, who, atipw ds t T-lraegers
w iDB,.uu i sauuary t leaolmeas, nd lbs
xeepiog oi tbeir arms,. as to th powarleesneea
of Us, AdmloiBtration., which is far frdm hav-
leg! completed Ip a proper, maooer. (b node of
iuriHBpinK oioiniDg, oapa aid shoe.. ,.i I
The iustguciiou oi tbs soldier is Very indif-
isrent, almost .notbiug, and ,1 do, not (believe
they are actively occupied with it-.. In ieneral,
tuw apuearaooa oi me estops IS SAO, due SS muCQ
10 their SOmbre color And bad cnrtrlltinrJ nf tha
materials, as to the attitude 'even ofh men,
wsion is navy wiinont animation And Switbout
cbeeriuloess. 7 . -
THE SOUTHERN ARMY.
1 At first sight sn ides may be formed of the
seoeasioa, soldiers' , exterior. , The qneftioa of
uniformnot ,ully aolved in the Noul, ig not
thought of at all si the South., Jt, would seem
that the aUempts at uniform qave f otjgot be.
rond the distribution among, some coips of a
kind of jacket of 8. heavy gray c. rrianulao
timed .ini VircinlaJ -Thai olntbM. mhnkhar nf
regular QuUorai or fancy, se all in s ytry bad
eoytnuoni (ne soiuier, ofvertoeisss. preserves
tteoeatb bie.Mga.Adi. Aspect sufliuiently tnariial,
and perfect order reigns in, ths camp aafl st the
P04t4r,. . , v., . v. t i, 1 urn iu-.:.';-. I T
. -!v t i.i i urn ii..:.
THE SOUTHERN CAVALRY.
What strikes one most is the eavalry , which
is very romeroui, admirably mounted, and com
posed of superb men. it is plain, at the nrst
glance, that these men are the sons of farmers
and landowners, that their horses sre their own ,
and that they are accustomed, if not to inns, at
least to s rough country life. ...
Besides, nothing Is more plctureeqbe than
these Sonthero cavalier. Tbev wear the most
impossible costumes, wofuliy dilapidated by s
tbree months' bivouac; hats without fcrowns,
bouts without soles, with an air and beriicbear-ing-tbat
Don Ccsar de Bszan would tyave en
vied. And since these ragged cavaliSrg have
as fine, energetic, Virginian faces as tbeir hor
ses sre magnificent, wbioh they manatee with
great daring, one la filled with, admiration, just
as we admire tbe fantastic figures of tbe war
rior created by balyator Koas. . - .
THE SOUTH STAFF OFFICERS.
The staff of the geqerale io chief (Besuregard
and Johnston) are remarkable. If the United
Stales were hot s republic, I would Say that
those et ffs ere composed of the flower of tbe
Southern nobility, , Most of .them posses Im
meuse fortunes. .. , ... . ; . ; .
THE SPIRIT OF BOTH ARMIES.
la
in
re
is
ao
the
l.
the
It is iaconUeetible that there ie much more
passion and ardor among the officers of tbe
Southern than among those of the Northern
army, ii is inaiaiea in ine secession esmp mat
this ardor, tbis disinterested devollos to roe
common cause, is shared by tbe soldiers; that
in tne south they serve tbrougn bonor sod con
victioo; that among the Federals the- soldier
knows no other allurement than pay, SO- other
impulse than tbst ol want tbe best recruiting
otucer among tbe populption ol large cities
Certainly it is going too far ta generalize s
fact which siay be true to sosao extent.1-' Indv
vidual bravery Is iocontestibly superior fn the
Confederate camp; but tbe Union army makes
ud for tbis disadvantage by s mote advanced
military organintlon and knowledge,' at least
bbiObk toe eomtorsi so mat matter being al
most equally balanced, it is diffleult enough to
foresee towards which side the fortune Of war
will incline. ' -
It is true the victory of Bull Run is of a na
ture to excite to the higeet pilch the confidence
and enthusiasm ot tha ttouthera men: but I find
it impossible to see in the result of that battle
one of those solemn Judgments, without appeal.
which condemn one side to bow the head be
neath thelirreslstlble ascendency of the victor.
Tbeee men, after all, are nearly of tke same
race, or tbe same mixsd races, and, despite the
divergence or opinion, they have a common
fund of ideas, meaner and feelings, which does
not permit line to be drawn tbrougn the thir
tleth degree of latitude, and to have it said: All
that la north of this line is inferior to ail tbst
is south of It. - ' -' tsii-
To estimate tbesvent of July 31, we mtfct
leave a wide anargio for the local incidents, the
chance and nsexpected encounters on the field
of battle, the unforeseen events which take hold
of the imaginations of tbe masses all second
ary causes wbioh operate on tbe war by so mnca
the more s ths armies . nave less experience,
discipline sod knowledge. ;
BEAUREGARD.
wu
.
with
one
, i
ei
I
In
In-
jou
cer
engl
man
Is
open
bTP!ili!1 a!."!!!'
Bsauregard le forty yesrs
rs of ago. He
ely- vigotousV
small, brown, thin,1 extreme:
though his features wsar ft tired -expression,
nd his hair has whitened prematurely t Fsce,
phyelognomy,-tongue, acceot, everythlog about
him le Prench. v His bravery is great asd unae-
alabla. and evervthlrje' dsooiaa lu-him. if not
aunerror general Intelligence. et-least a very
remewkabio utiitory aptitude, -lie is uicx,
esoeeted
mi fllHllllir IIIHIASr-BB BAI UIW IllBiyalSJI IM II
muss, aotqe-
17, " ""illi K. .h.t k . o,arl "K.
Umesoffend.lefs by what ao says ths4 by
manner of saying It. Perhaps bo does natre-
preea with sauiolenS Bare tbe vtnlfeeHtious
ah ardent personality which" knows Its worth,
and to wbioh sa Immense miNUry eacoess
have given legitimate eeir-cosndeacs. tie
extremely impassioned m tne detente tu
oatise whloh he serves; at "least, he lakes
ear to conceal his oaaaioo noder -eosJm.
sold exterior than do -moss or ni eomraaes
either army. T sum' up all, the South
lound In hi m a man of an ancomraon krdor,
oeaeeless activity sad IneVxnitable power of
-"characters by whtoo we recoghw ma
destined to win battles and to lest psriiea.,.
Decisive Battles of the World.
fan
puer
ile as
the
ss
treeet,
of
of
eooeo
his
witbost
whoso
Mo
devot
kw.be-
of
end
of
tea
of ao
bttoty bis
1
Io
Wders
mm.
v.m.
iiraurw
in
.fcogiaua-A tsJ-sr;-.. ut uJI r-V
Tha decisive battles of the fi
which, to use Ilallam's words, a fonlrafyyeialt
would have essentially .varied the drama of tbo
world in all its tubaequent cenes sre number
ed s fifteen by Professor (preasy, why tile the
chair of Ancient ana laoaern .iiisiery- in tne
Unlverttty,oi lAnaou...Aae7 are uia graou
subioct of two '.volumes by him- lately, from
Baat ev.'s press, ana are. . '-wvi
l 1-l.a TtAf.lr Mai-Athon.foucVt 490 B-C-
a which he Greeks- under Taemlsloclee. dtx
feates tnaaraaua,uui4ur iaiiuii .uva-y wu.
log back the .tide of . Atiatlo . InvaBioa.whioh
se wnuia nave swept over urupv-, o v
2. The Battle of Syraouse, 416, H.-dD ia
which the Athsntso bower was broken, and the
west of Europe saved from Greek dominion.
.j. Ana xtattia ot ariumn, oji a, w., m
which Alexaader, by a defeat of Darius, estab
lished bt power tn Ada, sad by ths hitroduo
tioa of European civilixation produce.) sa effect
which msj yet be traced were., 1 ,j r
4. The Battle of MetauruafougM SOU B.
C,. th Roman, under consul nero, aeieauug
' ., . 4. r..l.K.ll .n,l k.
mm y-'-B -,.(..; J.'..V,!. jj:'
a. t. b aainairaiiiaiia. sisiuiia. sa-m uuimsii bbiutabs mr w
which tbe supremacy . vwvw
established. ;., ,. . . : , - l
a. Tk Victory of Armenius, A. ui B.oyer
the Roman legions, under Verus, whiegefiur-
ed Gaul from too Roman aommion.
B. Tha Battle of .Cbalooa, A- D. 43 1. In
--Kih Actius defeated Atilla tbe Hud. the self-
sty led "Scourge of.God'. snd saveiEuropt
froas entire devastation. ';: ... I
' 1. The Battle of Tours,'A.tJ33,lii.whlcb
Charles Mart! by tbo dereat of the Saraofb,
averted tbe Mohammedan yoke from Europe, '
n MnL.-'. n.il- . ' A r 1 1 II. i l'
, 0.. in"' oa.uq ot naaung, A. i.:iuvu( iu
which William ol Normandy was
viotorlona
ever the AnelonSaxon tittrold.and theraull of
I whleh was the formation of the Anclo-Normso,
i , f. anw w ,. i-"-'i
whloh the .Mipiisn wor ouaica. ana iuo s,
igpenorni iimem" .-"v- ".uiii.., -,
I 10. Tbe defeat cf the. fcpauua "Arrttds, A
of.! D.,1538, whi Jjyed .oi of; ujic ,lu
II. Tbe Battle of Blenheim, AT1T7I704, in
wbioh Msrlborough, by the defest of Tallard,
I I f0 n wtwbed tbo smblUons
imiioriJM'AlIj '.'U.A. 1 .
la- JAtdsfeatoft CWI. XU.by Peter tbo
Greet at Pultowa. A. D. 1700. .hth .n,ad
thesubHUy or the M.weov Ho Empire.
,frhfc?.-fto2l VfrJlxD. 1777, la
Which Gen. Gates dafaauul R,.,n.. a .u.i,
deolded the contest fn favor of the American
revolatlonUls, by making Franco their sly, end
1M fowere frlesdly ta them.
14. Tbo.JBatiro.of,iyalmy, A. D. 1792, la
which the Continental allies, noder tbo Doke
of Brunswick-, were defeated h th. f, m, ...
der DuaonrleiyUhBi3rtloh the French rev
olution would hv been stayed.
is. 1 ne battle or Waterloo, A. D. 1815, In
whiek ths Doke of Welliheton nttarl d-f.t-vl
Napoleon, Sad tawed Eons from his grasping
smbltlon 0
,is
at-
a
s
and
Ki.
bis
of
may
is
toe
less
and
oi
has
a
will
man
11:
.f-n-.unri'J
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aprlllOi
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- .'ai mx . - . a. - . - I '
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An ' Effective," afe'ani . 't'cbhomiOaJ
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To lu krlglAsU color wifboal dyelDg, tnd prtTeoUor
' - ' slaJrlrom taraliiat atny ' ' '
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And curing it, whan there la the least partiotaof vital)
or recuperatir energy remaining.,
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Aad all utanooes affections of Uw eaalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING TILE HAIR.
Imparting to It aa u&eqabvd glr-mandbrtllancy, Baking
ItaoflaoA silky to iUK baxr, lOMUlag it to cur'
readily. .. - - -,!
Th gnat eeiennty ana increaamg aemana ior uia an
Squaled preparaUon, ooavioce the proprietor that en
Irtol Is nly a a' -Mary ia vauiiya uiainiio- wanne oi iw
superlorqualttie oyer aay other praua-Alivato uee It
oleAote Ui! neaa an acaip irom auurun ana evner
eutaneou dtteaae, eaueingth hafr to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, toft, gloeay and flexible appaaraoo, au
jo, whan the bait k ImtMnlng and thinning. It will giv
strength and vigor to tb roots and jrauor h growth to
hoee parts which hare become bald, causing It to yield a
reek ovorlng of hair. ' " "
. 1 Thra ar a hanjdrds of ladlas ahS -gaataaaBs la New
York who have bad Mwir hair r-ard by Ute uae of ihi
Inrigorator. when all other preparations bare failed. L.
Id. ba In hi poeaeesioa letters inumrah( aiattrytng
to tha aarjva fatls, from pavtoa of ta U4it radaecta
bUily. HwlllaSOetaally as-rataH hair. from turnina
antll tb latet period of lire, and Incase whore'th ha y
baa already changed luoolor, Ui u,e uf tlie Invtgorati r
Wlllwttheertaimyrntarelt toitto tta onginal hue, git
Ai for a
.
leg W a dark, gloray apwaaraaaavt a perfume
fcjkrt end Hale BeetotaUv -tt I pattloartrly rom
auoded. having an AgteeAble (ragranoa; and the great ta
eilltles it affords Ul diettlng the nalr, which, when molal
with tb Invlrerktor, eaa br dreaeod ta any raquired
fbraeo as toymaeise toaaasi wtw-aerplaiiilDrln curb
hao tbe graat daauad (or II ay -tb adiea aa a ttandaru
.toilet ailicle which uone ought to be wtUioat-M tbe prlca
places it within (be reach ot alii being " '
i.. OBlT twettti-Tiye CenU
twbatUa, to ba bad at, all- reapeclAbl Urirlit aad
. . . ' Perlamen. ..
r L.U'aiitLBB would eaU tht' alTen uoacf Parents aad
unaniiaua w mean. ' " --. ' -'-'-
the cbdili-m'a hah- mellaew.u k weak.' Th as of II
ay the lbundkiB ler I food -tonti kar, It re
Buxes aoy taiyuntte Uiat sVy bar beoasaa oonaaoted
with Hie falp, the removalof which I aeceaaary betb
for tb health ef the child, and tin ratar wppoaraoo ut
lavUairi'a ' I'm ' " 1 -i
'e.trr-eir-irswe vmaaMwtlhBtth tae-srmll LOTJIB
MlLLaJl Mmg.oa tha oaMr wrapper; alao, L. 111L
LBH'S 1UU WTOOitAX0R, N. Y., blowa la the
''koieaaW Bept,5 Bey atreot, kill Bold by all th
arinelpal Merchaut aad DraggitB througboat lb world
- . .. ... i.j , k .k . .j,
I bias deelre to present to th Amerieaa PabU my
llff AXB i: Xllf ROVZO IHiIIABTAITOUB
1
' 1
kbv altar yeaw el stieaHa. -rwamtlBg, I hav
broaght to BrfUoB..- Hlf We Brown l"ty
wilhout injury to lh Balr or SAifll warranted tb teat
article of Ine kind in SileUne. "
yjfRicE;oNx,Fivrs-
Depot, :
68 . Dey ot; -New x otk
eetJ;dAwfy.
Vi dsntoa' Hitting
aA. SJ, lrnne anim ilea mmm
Whit tlbocked or tuperxir i"""y- -
, I ... a-. LibAIN A SON.
ahSS ' . ". tvM-vSvBaatb Blgb
Llachiao 'Work
.- . ... r , T "
e .s.c-f-i
. ' ., nlr.lrW. W , -
, A l,l,kni''"( ll't:,'"VI i."
A, 1 'K O.UII.TINH. frillBT MAKING, OAlIkg
yi rTliU.' Ac. Sro-. prr.Krily cl v in a heal aod aub
Ite-Aiai -.inner, at N. Ui .. A .eh atreas. a tb South
Vsbteof lUoh-biveai U' rA4 T'
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