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VOL Via. X0.J13. SEW SERIES. ' C01I.MBCS. OIUO, SL'SOAl' HORXiKO. OCT. ill. 1861
MANYPENNY & MILLER,,
.PUBLISH) BB AKD JBOJBIItfiil,
O Office Hot. 86, 81 and 40, JTorti High It
TSBMB INVABIABLT I If ABVANdl.
Bally ' ' - ' : $9 00 perysar
" By the Carrier, per week, 1SU cants. ,
tri-Weakly ... f ... ,, 00 per year.
WaoXlVV - l oo
ertmt u Advertiking by tbe RqaAra.
n square I yeai...20 00
One 11 l moi.tbs 18 Ml
nr " 0 coon tin IS 01)
)ue " :i month! 10 01)
Jnf I.' months 8 00
Jut '- 1 month. 5 00
One squan 1 wki..a4 00
One i " I WMk.. 3 0
One 3(U... 1 00
One iite ... 75
Ont "I Uuarttoa M
Uispiea tdvertiitmenti half m'or thui the abort
ate. . i
' Al rtlaemcnU leadM and placed In the oolumn el
Bi.ecinl Nutlcei," doublt the ordinary ratdi.
All iwticct required to be pubilihedby U, legal ratal.
1; onlf rtj on the tmtdeexclutTtly alter the ftrat week
per cen!, more tlikn the above ratei; but all looh wll
appear In the Tri-Weekly withonteharge.
lj)luc Cards, aot exceeding fire line, per Ju, la
. liii;, 3-j Si) )or hntf) on tilde - -
Noticei of meetings, chariUDles oohnrea.flre eemaaatee,
halt price. . . -
All (i uNisn( adwrUtmrnlt imms b4 paid or in
alp tncs The rule will not be rarled from. '.
. Weekly, same price at the Dally, where the adftrtlier
i4the Weeklyalone. Where Fbe Dally and Weekly
am both used, then the charge tor the Weekly will be
a.iif the ruteiof the Daily
No adv rrtlsement taken exeept for a definite perM '
'F. A. B. SIMKINS, , ;
Attornoy At X-aov
" AND NOTARY PUBLIC. V,
)!Bce Amboi UuUdtng, oppoelte Capitol Bqaare. i
Attorney & Counsellor at law,
Machine MannfactnriBg Company,
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Caning,, MUlOearinf, Uaehinery. ' ,
or lttit DiacBirnOrj. ' 1
OUAB. AM BOH, Bnp't P. AMBOB, Treat. ,
decll, WSH-lt . i ., ! i
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed.
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at Crestline with the PITTBBDBCin, IT
WAYNE t CniCAQO BAILEOAD
tor Pititburgh, PhUadtlpMa and SaUlmort. Alo
for Fori Wayn and Chicago .
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE 8H0B.1 KAIL-
Vox Doatklrlc, llnffal, Alkany, Baa-tou,
and Mew trlt. .
THREE TRAINS, DAILY, ;
EXCEPT BUND AT, . ', '
from Colombo!, in connection with Traluj on the
LITTLE Ft 1 AM I A IV D COLTJOIBC
AMD taiA UAIA.K0A1. ,
NIGHT EXPRESS. Learei Colnmboiat3.0 A.M J
will leave paasengen at all itatloni tonth of Gallon,
atop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington and Qllead, and
at all sUtloni north of GaHon, arriving at Olereland
atO.Ou A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. if., Buffalo iSSg. M.
Albany 3.50 A. M., New York 8:35 A. M., Boston B:30
P. M , Pittsburgh via Crestline 120 P. If , Phlladel
hit 5:10 A. at, Chicago via Crestline at 7 M) P. M .
BICOND TRAIN. . . s
NEr YORK EXPRESS Leaves Colomboi at 11:1U
a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Cardington, Gallon, Crestline, Shel
by, New Loudon, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:35 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. aa. Buf
falo, 10:45 p. an ; Albany, 85 a. m.j New ioik, 1:15
p.m.; Bolton, 4:40 p. m. This Train eonneoteat Shel
by for Sandusky, and at QJafton for Toledo, arriving at
lcleiloattl:40p. m. , .. - r ., ,
THIRD TRAIN.; '
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves Columbus
. at .30 p. m. Will itop at all stations South - of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, Arafton,
and Uerea; arriving at Cleveland at Q:aQ p. to.; Dun
ktik, a:00a. m.; Buffalo, 850a aa-l Albany, BSO p.m.;
NewYork, 7 .-JO p. m. Beaton, 11:45 p. m. Plttaburgh,
vfaOrestllne,at 11:45 p. at.: Philadelphia, 1:00 D. m..
Chicago, via Crestline, 0:45 a. m. This Train connect!
at feheluy for Sandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at 8:55 p. m.
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all
Night Trains to Chicago, Kew
.York and Boston.
Maggag Checked Through to Xta Tort and Sottm
vut vuveiana; alio, to rhUadtlphiaand .
'r ? i Jn Yuri via 0rt4lUf4. -
Nliht Ixnrese arrives atColumhna at...11l P. M.
' CUicinnatl KspreslarrlveiatGalumbuiat 10:50 A. .
AoceoiBOdatkia Jtxpreai arrives a Oolambai at 7:50
Fare Low as by any toar Bente
Atl rorTickttivia CrtttUneof OtvtUnd.
1. 0. FLINT,
Superintendent, Olereland, Ohio,
; ,:;-. jAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
u . h. .-Ooteabua, Ohio.
Columbus, June 17, 18C1. .
Jnit BeeelTedl '
i A A IIP.
CH 43HEEI and
1UV TiiAS 100 bags prime Bio Oonee. . : r
I ftO poeketf old Duteh SoTer-neol iava Coffee.'
7 ft bain eyerion uonee.
20'W-. etandard White Sugar, eonslsttng of Pew-
dred, Ohrushed, granulated A and B Uoffee.
" 50 quintal! George Bank Oodflah. ,
iOb-l Mem and No. 1 Hacker 1. , ,1,1 1
ft tee. Pick Salmon.
10O bx. Layer Raisin,
ftOhf. box da - do p wrr.
trt f ' w a w aaaw
1 00 U Cigars, different kraadi and grade.
nov7 wm. Mcdonald.
-iaJk-raa IwtW A - alea '
M. C: LILLEY
And Blank-Book IXannJanture'T
ROfiTH EIQH RBXZT, COL01OUI, OHIO
eaarii-ai' r ' i " ' t
DELATOR-! . 4,..;
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BAIN It SON,
aprSD " "Ho. W Booth High itreet.
A NEW UOOe SKIRT. - " " '
. TT. 1 rn.t nel red a new auk of HOOP SKIRTS
Sniahed la a Banner far mptrlor to anj )t roduoe.)
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ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
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Tht) Cheapest Beoaoso tho Best,
The) noat HeUaliJ fctandard Au
thority c'l tbe Eng-llebLang-naco."
Sim Hundred Eminent Educator of Ohio,
"THE IBEBI ENCILISH DIOTIONAaT IXTAMt.t'
, i p. txifv Men Beerywhor.
"He i a are upwards of a Hundred Thousand WOrdl,
hose, multifarious meanlnsn and derivations, torethar
with their oorreot spelling, and pronnoeiatloji are ejearly
Cincinnati Commercial, j
Stadthobeeit'tont 'ef tht Memierl bftlo Ohio State
TeacAer'i Ateooiation. , . . ,; .
The undersigned, members of the Ohio State Teachers'
Association. adoDt and aim id use In iLehln- writine
and speaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester'! Royal Quarto Dictionary, and we most cor
dially recommend it ai the most reliable standard au
thority of the Int liih laniuaie. as it ia cow written and
spoken. , ... . i .
Loam Awnaiwi. President Eenvon Oollera.
M. p. Lmort, SniierlBtendent Zanesvllle School!.
Thos. W. Iliavrr, Sup't llaiiilon Union Schools. '
M. P. Cownsav, Bnp't Pablle Hchoola, Sandusky.
Johw Lvmcti, Bup't rabllc acbools, Clroleville.
8.K. Saaruap, Prinsipa) Olereland Penmla Semlna
ry. 'k j . ,
War. MtTcntit, Sup't Public Rchooli, Mt. Colon,
Joan Oaoaw, Principal SUte Normal School, Minne
sota. ,.. ,T
Oraos Naioh, Principal fourth Inuunedlate BchooL,
II. B. MaRtih, Bup't Canton Union Schools.
Edwiw HaaiL, Principal McNeely Normal School. '
Bu T. Tarraa, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.,
War. W. Eowards, Bup't Troy Union School. .....
A. 0. HoraiM, Prlnciiml West lUgh School, Olere
land. ., ... .
8. A. Nokton, Associate Principal High School, Cleve
land. .. - i t .
TaaoBoai Btiiluio, Principal High School, Oleve
land. . 1
R. f . HnMirrea) Principal Olereland Institute.
1. A. Oaifuld, President of Elecllolnitituie, Hi
ram. W. L. naaii, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan
U. II, iuaitB-r, Ix-OemmiieleMr of Common Schooli,
Ohio. . . . . .. . ,
Jmae tfomoa, Prof. Rhetoric, Oherlln College.
Taoe-Bui, Pre Went Antroch College.- - -
0. W. U. OaTHoaar, Prof, atathernatlct, High
S. 0. CauneAUort, Prof. Language, High School.
S. M. Baara, Supt Union Schooli, Ashland. ,
More than Si Ihindred other Prttident of Oo!U
get, Proftuort, Author and XHeUnguiehed Sduoa
tori, have endoreed the above tentimcrU. , . , .,
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Hakurra Ootxiui "It b truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, the publisher!, and the whole
country." Presideat Aadrewi. ; , ,' . f , ; , ; :
Omo WnxiTAW TJxrviasiTY It exceed! my expecta
tions. It will be say guide la orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for It! neat
and accurate definition!." President Thompson. -
W. R. Eotacno Coiiaoi. "Heretofore we have wed
Webster s orthography. At a recent meeting of our
faculty. It was decided to change It to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
uameia.. - -
fwnu Sanan Coiuwr-"! find It worlhf of
oerauu approbation." rresiueni ttitoaooek. '
Oataua Oolusi. "It nor than meets my expecta
tion!. I recommend It as the standard authority In
orthoepy te my children eaq my pupils." I'rsiident
Uorgaa. .' - ' ' '
Ajrnoca Ooixn m. "I adopt and aim to ase In teach
ing, writlngand speaking, tbe orthography and prouun-
ciauoa of Worcester Aoyai uuarto uionooary ."
President Hill. ' ' '
"In all my writing, ipeakiog.and teaching, I hare en
deavored to conform to the pi lea for orthography and
pronunciation as contained In Worcester'! Dictionary,"
Horace Mann, late President. , 'r ' - .,.
KnrroK Ooluoi, Gamin. ''I most cordially reoom
mond it as the most reliable standard authority of the
English language as It il .bow written and spoken."
President Audtewi. V ' '
BCHOOL'. COMMISSIONERS Of vOHI9
From Bet. Amon Smyth, Ommitttoner of femnum
Schooli in Ohio. .. . ,
"Vhe Dictionary Ii an ImperUhablo monument to the
learning and Industry of III author, and an honor to the
world of letter!. Tbe mechanical execution is far supe-
, ' IVI M. UM,VI UJ UlUUI UUmVH BIIU A " .
from Bon. B. B. Barney, Commit turner, oj
School in Ohio. . . )
The moat reliable standard authority of the lan
what tub tj
Leatlbxa N"ewpaper of Ohio Sfty.
Irom the Cleveland Berald of March SS,
The orthorraDhv of the Worcester Dictionary h tha1
kU OJ BUII, nil, iHUHfl, w, UIIUIIWIVH I. "!
country and England, and eonformt to the gsueralluage
01 ordinary writers ana speaxere.
Whatever ereludicea mar have existed enviously. I
eareful itudr of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
10 ana 11 10 in e wen seieciea uorary, do ii large or amaii,
It a a library inltaeu, and win remain an imparuua
ble reoord of the learning of Itioompllar. .
from the OUetnnaH Oomtnereiai of AprUM. . ..
Here are onwards of a hundred thousand wordsA-cood,
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meantiga and
derivations, together with their correct spelling grid pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye.' The work Is
anquea tionably the greatest Thesaurus of Englbih Words
ererpaauaneu. - , 1 ..
' Jrem the Cleveland flaindeaier of Apt. . IBM.
rUentlr Woacteraa'i RoTal QtraaTO DtOTioiuir it
no only the fort, out the strr soort of the kind ever it
mud, andean by no possibility luffer by eomptrison or
eoalrovorsy. . ?
Tron the Toledo Blade May He.
Ai te noauaouTioR. Woaonrma re m Btawdaib
followed by our best authors; In definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, and In Oatho iv it is inuioieat
te say that Woacsartt can be safely followed
".' INCHAin eV BUAOO, .
Pa bllabera, Baakeellere at SlatlottDra,
NO. 101 SUPIRIOR&I4 CLEVELAND, OHIO.
THEltjTXJAL BENEFIT ;
LLEE INSURANCE1 COMPANY,
, . . .. jr . . . - :i . . . ...
"Z.-.,, .,-.:i.i-i ! Of. I.: , fc.Wa-
,Xowarlc, JST T. .,
DtrldendJaiiuarT i18ei45Par Ceat
Stataaacat Jaanarr 1 1861,
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 18C0 13,400,501 30
Received for Premtnsna ar- '
lag the sear. cx ...r,,7H,053
Received for Interest during
the year UW....e..w'M,Ui J
Total reeetpfe for 10..:.l.i77,OU7
Paid Claims by Deatli,3G7,050 00
PaW Poliots sarren- . ' '
dered ...v........ 41,111 W
Paid Salaries, Poit- ; ' ' '
age, Taxes, Ex- - t "
I change, eto..t4 3I,G0 14) -Paid
Ag Its...... ... $1,73 3D.
aid Phvsloiana' feea. 5.uud 75
Paid Annuities 1,517 IH)
Ufine ea...t.lH,0UO73 55,0OT C3 . 41l,7rj 14
Net Balance Janwaij lit. IPSI....rYS,SI8,55a SO
awuo. auu avrigHcwaa neaif ,J I t I
remlem Notes, on Policies
In fore, only d
El. uwrw l,7V.eTj4 17
Ktat...vw W.wrj 87
on Scrip . S,WU 44
fr.mloms.NoUModOash.Ut , r
j eoune u mnsmmm.... . 'o,u 73 :
j Total kmui..u.,.,.lUfuZ S3.B12.5id SO
T5T5 Polkle In force, Insuring.... 84G,038
j l,43t new PolkU bar keen knaed during tht year.
After a cartful calcuIaUon of the praanl ralne of tht
eatatandlng P.llcleiof the Company, and having the
a reierv inereror. u Director!
have declared a DivmaiB of 4 per oent. oa the Prami
vmi paid at the table rates, to all pollcle for life In force,
leaned prior to January 1, 1H00, payabl according to the
prMmt rale ef the Ooapany. ' - . - -1
Kate for all kind! Life ConHngendee, Prespect
.!, Stateomti, and Application, will be furnished
witwoit cauaaa, at the Ol&oe or Agencies of lb Ooa-
. nOBT l. rATTaaBUlf, rretideat.
L. 0, GROT KB, Vlo Presldeab. ,, ,
.. lis fil t 'olinsoB Block,
March 88, 1801. . OolumbatsO.
-- "j-j? y ef1 I ' '-
Tali A IN AND rtOCHED BLACK
nassrtaaent la UN eigr, and at awetieaaonAbl rate, .
WiUS Ht.WBoeakaighwred j
V ..i. ... A..V:. . .
1 1 SV . Ml
A comppund remody, designed to be the moot
effectual AUerativ that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Fara Sarsaparillu,
go combined with other substance of (till
greater alterative power a to afford an effec
tive antidote for tho diseato Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It ia believed that such a
remedy is wanted by thos who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that pne which will
accomplish their euro must prove of immense:
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this oompound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of tbe following
complaints.- " J ! s. . ..
ScilOFULA AND SCROPvLOCS COMPLAINTS,
Eruptions and Ervptivb Diseases, Ulceus,
Pimples, Blotcues, Tumors, Salt Kiieum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Mercurial Disease, Dropsy, Neu
ralgia on Tio Doulourbux, Debility, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Hose
or.St. Anthony's Fire, and Indoed the whole
class of complaints arisinsJn Impurity op
tub Blood. - Ja
Uii comnotind will b6-Aimd a irreat pro
moter of health, when taken in tho spring, to
expel ilia foul Jiumois which fustc-i ia the
blood at thnt season of tho year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in tlie bud, Multitudes can, by
tho aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through wltkh tlie system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels or the ooiiy
by an alterativo mcdicino. Cleans out the
Vitiated blopd whenever you Cud its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruption,
or sores; cleanse It when you una it is ob
structed and siURziah in tho veins ; cleanse it
whenever it Is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. is von where no particular disorder
is fclt,-people enjoy hotter health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all i well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and tho great machinery of
mo is disordered or overthrown. .
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
tho world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has rot all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but mora because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
'' Dm inn late years the public havo been mis
led bv fcirize bottles. nTctcndincr to civo a ouart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. - Mot
of these liflvc been frauds upon the sick, fur
they not only contain little, if any, Barsnpa
rilla, hut often no curative properties whatev
er, Ilcncc, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed tho me of the various extracts of
Brtrsapnrilla which flood tho market, until the
namo itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wo call this oompound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
namo from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think we havo ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by tho ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to euro. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DR. J. C. AYE It & CO.
' LOWELL, MASS.
Price, 41 per Bottle Six Dottle for 93.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
ha won for itself such a renown for the euro of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence or its virtues, wherever it nas ocen em
ployed. As it has long been in constant us
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to tho best
4t ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
' POIl TUB CURS OP
Costkcncst, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dytntery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, llcadaclte,
Piles, Rheumat'um, Eriwtioiu and S'.in Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter,- Tumors and
Salt Rheum, norms. Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying tho Blood. ,
' Thcv are suirar-ooated. so that the most sensi
tive can tako them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in tho world for all the purposes of a
Fries 25 eonts per Box ; Fivo boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physician!, States
men, and eminent personages, have lent their
names to certify tho unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space her will not permit the
inseruon or tnem. ine Agents Deiow named uir
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are eiven : with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. '
Do not be put off bv unprincipled dealers with
other preparation they make more profit on.
Demand Aybr'S, and take no other. - The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they ahouM
have it. , ......
All our remedies-are for sale by . t
ROBERTS Js SAMUEL. Oolnnrins.
And by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
Bovwiyd.twstw . .
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES UAH
TO AND 1'MOJU -
"Liverpool," Montreal, rQuebec,
The Montreal Ooean Steamship Company'! tnt-clasa
full-powered Olyde-nullt Steamers sail ovary Mat.
U relay from P0HTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
united Bteto stall and passenger,
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
NORTH BRITON, ' HIBERNIAN,
Mbrtt, C'heapoat and Quickest Con.
veraace ireui ,
' MCKSICA TO Alii TABTI OF 1HS0FI-
' KatMOt Vamtn$ts to Kttroi ',
r , , $30, sjoe. ao.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL owarw WednesdlT,
and fremQUKHRO ewerf Hatardaw.ealllngat
L0NDONDBRBV, to receive on board and land Mails and
Paueniiera. to and from Ireland and Scotland.
mrnee steamer are ouui oi iron, in waierugni
compartment, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attenuon is paid o in romron ana aocommoa-
tinn of naesenierr. ae ineyprooeeaoirect u M)nuui.
DBRY, the peat risk d delay of calling at Bt. John's
Glasgow pasaanger r ruroisoed wim rata passage
Uekeie to and irom iionaonoerry. -
Betnrn ttokets granted at reduced rates
Oertlfloatee Issued for eanylng te and brlnrlnront pa-
engen from all the principal town of Great Britain and
Irelaao.at reuucea raiee, rymnnno oi sieamers, ana
byth WAauiNUiOD(i.in uriAibiau rAuaatr)
leaving Liverpool stery we.
igh Draft toy Ci and vptwardapaw.
asl) in t.niianu, ireianu, ncva-
r.r laad r wain.
' War naaeaM. ansl at the Offlo. S3 HHOAD
IVAI,Nevf VogSt, and 19 WATKR I
, 'Vv.UBft RASIZ, fJnralJgenU,
Orto--.. J. ft. ARMSTRONG.
Post Offlo, Columbus, Ohio.
I HATES Til 19 DAT ADNITTBD ITIT
eon JAMBS ADUS BAIN aiDartnef In sir bus!-
aees, which will bet after be enadneted ikiWUia
: ' f. B A1N. aw Seath HUih St.
Oolumbua, f ek 15, 1881. febM
UEHRT RffiniJBIS x. t.
U Phalon" FstabUshment, M. Tl Prtetor
sh mew l.rx raanioBabM) ahaHma. VI.i. n.iHx
Shamiwwrtnw, Onrlingand Drawrin. H.lon. aw
tint, aver the Poet OtBoe, whar (aUafaettoa.
te ctrwa la all the mrtoa atanehew. Udl
Child fee's Half Preela don la to teat style.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton tk IndianapolisI
XBXB . ' S
Through to Indianapolis withoat Change of Cars
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
Four Traina'Daily irom Columbus.
ACCOMMODATION at S a. m.. atnnnlnir at all ata-
tloni between Columbus and Oincinnalt aod Dayton, ar
riving at OlnelnnAtl at 111 IL m. m.. anil afc 1.at.tn At
S.10 a. m.. connectica-at Dnvton for Indianauolla at,d
". ' SECOND TRAIN. ' . .
No, 1 EXPRESS at 11.40 a. ra., stopping at JeOerson,
London, Charleston, Oedarvillc, Xenia, Bp ring Valley,
Oorwin, Preenort, Port Ancient. Morrow St.. Lebanon.
roster's, Loveland and Milford, arriving at Olnclnnati
at 4.30 p. m., Dayton at 3.45 p. m.,oonneotinrwith the
uma auu siisiiMiupi witiroad rnr Louisville, &y., viu
cennes, Cairo, Bt. Louis, New Orleans, eto.l at Dnyton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terra Haute; Chicago ami
all Western poiuti. .
MAIL at 9.10 p. ra , stopping at nil slillons tntween
Columbia and Xenia, and at Pprbg Valley, C -rwiu,
Morrow and Lovelaud, arriviog atUincluiutl at S a. tti.
NIGHT EXPRF.3il, via Diyton, at 12110 midnight,
stopping at London, X.nla, Dayton, Mlddletown aad
Uaallton, arriving at Cincinnati at 5.S5 a. m.;ut Day
ton at 11.55a. m.; conneotlitg at Cincinnati with the
un lo at.u uiisisaippi lull road lor Louisville, Evanaville,
Vlncennes, Cairo, St. Louis. Mumpliil, New Urleans,
and all points South and South-west; alnn, at Dayton
or imiiaaapoiis, uiayetie, xerre Haute, Chicago, etc
IQ" For further Information nod Through Tickets,
Pl'ly toil. L. DOIIEItTY, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
P. W. BTRADKft,
Grnenl Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JNO. W, DOnERTY,
Columbus, July 14. 1801
AND Steubenville Short Line
CONNECTING! AT TIELLAIRB WITH TnE
BALTIMORE k OHIO,
AND AT PITTSBUROTI WITH TDE
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Koute to all Eastern Cities !
Tralus Leave Columbus as follows :
Leaves Oolumtn 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, via
Bollalro or Steubenrlllei arrives at Bellalre, 10.30 A
M.; Steubenvllle. 13.S0P. M.: Pittibunth. 3.40 P. M.
Harrlsburg, 1.10 A. at.: via AUentovm, arrive at New
York 8.011 A.M.; via Philadelphia, arrives at Phila
delphia. 5.10 A. M.l New York, 10.30 A. II. Connects
also at unntsuurg lor Baltimore, arriving at 7.4a A. ai
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Proln Columbus, run directly through to Bellalre of
misnurgn wiuiout cnange; and t'aswngers via Alien
town arrive in new xora at o a. ai.,
ITpTWO HOURS IN ADVANCE OP NORTHERN
This Train also connects at Bellalre with tbe
lhltimoreand Ohio Railroad.
Leaves Oolumhni 11 ?5 A M., from Vnlon Depot, .via
erteubenrllle; arrive at Newark, 13 50 P. M.; Coshoc
ton, il.15 P. hi.; Bteubenviile, 0 P. M.j Plttohurg, S.40
P. II. ITPl'hls Is thennly route by which Passenger!
can leave Cincinnati at 7 A. M., go through to I'l Its
burgh in daylight, without change of cars or delay.
Leave Oolumhni 9.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
bellalre: arrlvee at Newark, 3.33 P. M.; Zanesvllle,
33 r. at Bellalre. 7 .51 k. 41.; Pittsburgh. U.35 P.
af.i narrlsbunr, 9.00 A. M.: Ha Allentovm. arrivos
at New York, 4 P. U.; via Philadelphia, arrives
Philadelphia, l.iu P. II.; New xork, 0 P. AI, This
Train also connect! at IlarrUbarg for Baltimore, ar
riving at 1P.M.
This Train runs through to Bellalre or Flttsborg with
out change of Cars; and from pittalmrg there ie no
change of Can to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
new xorK mus oyeiing .
The only Ronte from Columbus to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only .
one change of Cars. -
By this Train Passenger arrive in New Yotk five
hours In advance of the Northern Hoes.
This Train also connect! at Bellairo with the Baltimore
nd Ohio R. R,
(LTThifl Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana 'more tnan iuu miles shorter to
New York, thau Northern Lines.
Baggage Checked Through to all im-
, poitant foints East. -
ASK POR TICKETS VIA
BELLAIRE OR BTEUBENVILLE. '
Ticket Good over either lion to.
JNO. W. BROWN,
Oen. Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R.
- 1. A. HUTCHINSON,
Qtn. Ticket Agent Bteubcuville Short Line.
EITIOVF.H AND PREVENTS I N-
SammaUon and pain, and heal the worst burn.
Id, bruise, cut .or fresh wound of any kind, prevent
welling and pain from be stings, mosquito biles, and
poisonous plant, neuralgia, rneumatism, ague in tne
breast, salt roe am, etc. - When taken Internally, ft will
positively cur croup la children, and gives immediate
relief in the worst case of this terrible complaint; also,
remove noaraenese and sere uiroat. rrtce, o eeacsr
bottle. Bbaald be In eve ihos. Por ale try Drug
gists end Storekeepers, lnvia eiunn, .
BOie rropneior, n npruceii ,ne xorx.
No real luetic can be done the above rrerratloni
but br procunns and reading descriptive pamptaleteA
be round wita ail aeaiar, or win oo eens oy rropneior
on demand, formula! an Trial uotuei sent to Physl
clans, who will find development la both worthy their
aoceptance and approval.
Correspondence solicited from aU whose necessities or
curiosity prompt to iriai oi uia auove rename nemo
Por sale by the usual wno'.euie and retail dealer
arwrywasr. -.''!. . . .' : ; " ..
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' 1 J ' j CHKMtST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Xaas ;
1 Robrt St Bamoel. N. B. Marple, J. R. Oook. J. U
Denig, 0. Denig ea Soul, A. J. BohuelUn a Bon, Agents
for Columbus, Ohio. - xoyl-dly
, NoveHtei In Neck Tie and Scarfs. ' . . ! ' l
" Byron and Garrote Oollan.
I . . M . Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs -'
Paris Kid Glove, superior make.
Golden HIU Bhlrti, varlou alli. . . ., ,
Boya' Golden Hill Shirts, do
Driving and Street Glove, do '
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchief, various style. '
Half Hoe aad Under (lament, .
,'b.,,f,r BATH St SON, .
aprlU ,T, ,J No. South High etre.U
. i At., 9'k ras
ii.-L- ii.l-ta- J
i 6LD MONOrTGABILA. .
d. BOURBON.. - '..
i tut leelT and for sal low for eash, by
" LAOELLB ROBS it CO.,
. 83t South High street, Colamtmi.
Dally, per year..- .8 00
Tri-Weekly, per rear J 00
Weekly, per year ...,.,., 1 00
[From the Boston Transcript.]
GONE TO THE WAR.
BY HORATIO ALGER, JR.
My Charll has gone to the war,
My Obailie e brave and tall;
He left bli plow In the furrow, .
And flew at his country's call. , :
Alay God In safety keep him,
Aly precious boy my all.
My heart Is pining to sea him,
I miu him every day; , , .
My heart is weary with waiting,
And sick with the long delay.
But 1 know that his country needs him,
And could not bid blm stay. .
I rcm.mbor how his face flushed,
And how his color came,
When the flath from the guns of Bumtcr
Lit the whole land with flame.
And darkened our country'! banner.
tVllh the criruwn hue of shame.
"Mother," he said, then faltered
1 foil hi mute apical;
I paused If you are a mother,
You know what mothers feel,
When called to yield their dear one)
To the cruel bullet and steel.
My heart ttood still for a moment,
Struck with a mighty woe;
A faint of death earns o'er me
lanin mother, you know
But I sternly checked my weakest!,
And firmly bade blm do.
Wherever the Bght li fiercest,
I know that my boy will be;
Wherever the need Is sorest
Of the stout arms of the free,
May he prove as trne to bis country
Ai he hai been true to me I
My borne li lonely altheut him, - -
. My heirt bereft of Joy
Tbe thought of him who has left me
My constant sad employ)
But God hae been good to the mother
She shall not blush for her boy. 1
Coins of the New Testament.
BY JAMES ROSS SNOWDON, DIRECTOR OF THE U. S.
" And when he had agreed with the laborers for a pen
ny a osy, ne lent mem into on vineyaru. ' aiati. xx
A term; a dav seems a small compensation
for a laborer; but'tho cola in question was not a
penuy oi the present day, but was a dcnariui, a
silver coin, tbe inttioeio value ot which, was fif
teen cents. 1 his gives one a better idea of the
value of tbe labor at that time. And it shows
that the Eood Samaritan was more liberal and
generous than tbe usual reading of the text
would indicate. Luke x. 35, tie gave tbe
poor man that fell among thieves two silver
coins of the value of thirty cents. We have
reason to believe that silver was at that period
ten times as valuable as it is at present;, lo oth
cr words, thirty cents would buy as much as
three dollars would now. If thus appears that
the Samaritan, besides the other valuable things,
wine and oil, which bo bestowed upon tbe in
jured man, gave the "host" money enough to
pay me board ot ma guest some timo, pernaps
ior several weeks, because this interesting event
happened in tbe bill country of Judea, between
Jerusalem and Jeriobo, where the chargea of
the inn were probably quite moderate. Thus a
liberal provision was made for the intervening
time which would elapse beforetbe benevolent
man would return from Jerusalem And In
ease he should be delayed on his return, he
said to the inn-kecper, "Take care of thl man,
and wbateoover thoa apendeet more, when I
come again, I will repay thee." - This generous
and neighborly conduct of the good Samaritan
our Lord commend, with the Injunction, " Go
tbou and do likewise." v. 37.
The ointment with which Mary anointed oar
Savior Is said to have been "very costly."
John zli. 3, and 'very precious," Mark xir. 3.
"Some had indignation with themselves, and
murmured against her, because her ointment
might have been sold for more than three
hundred pence and tbe money given to tbe
poor," Mark xiv. 4, 5. Tbe propriety of lay
ing: that it was very costly, and very precions,
appears very clearly when we ascertain that
the price at wbicb it is said il might have been
sold, was equal to forty-five dollars of our own
monev. ' Mary's offering was therefore a valu
able one Intrinsically ; but much more so as she
wrought a "good work, wbicb Is spoken ot
throughout the whole world as a memorial" of
her love and devotion to the Savior . r. 9. '
Acaln, when the five thonsaod persons were
miraculously fed, we are told that the disciples
asked, "shall we go and buy two hundred pen
nyworth of bread, aod give them to eat?"
Mark vl. 37. The present vai of a penny is
about two cents. It would seem to bs very un
reasonable to talk of feeding auoh a multitude
with four hundred cents worth of bread. But
when we Jtnow that two hundred pence were
equal to thirty dollars of oar money, we tan
readily understand bow, with that earn, bread
enough might nave been purchaser! Dot only to
enable "every one of tbem to take a little"
John vl. 7 but if tbo proportionate value is
considered, the mouey would nave bought
loaf of bread for eaob one of tbe great multi
tuJe that were assembled. The great Master
the least, bowaver, preferred to feed tbem
by His creative power, and thos the five barley
loaves aod toe two small lashes were miracu
lously increased; "and they did all eat and
were filled; and tbey took up twelve baskeu or
fragments." Mark vl. 4a, 4 j. :
Scotch And Irish Nationality. Ireland was
conquered. ' Irish nationality was overpowered.
Centuries oi disaster, botb to Ireland and bog
land followed, and at this day England dares
not trust Irishmen with rifles in their banda
Scotland deiended ber nationality, century after
century, against England, and at last concluded
with ber a treaty ot onion, as one independent
natioa concludes ft treaty witrt another, soot
land took care to preserve the Scotch law, Scotch
customs. Scotch Piesbyterianlsm, all In fact
which distinguished the old Scottish nationality
Intact. This we .ngiisn ought frankly to ac
knowledge. As no Scotchman is worth the
down on bis thistle who does not regard the un
ion .with England as tbe consummation and
crown of Scottish history, so no Englishman
true to the generosity of his race if he does not
approve of tbe old vindication of Scottish inde
pendence, and rejoice that the spirit was not
broken of that fiery and unconquerable little
nation, who under tbe British standard, wnere
er it has floated, from the plains of Belgium
the gates of L.acknow, nave snown xoemseives
the DraVdal Oi toe crave. uinaon uw. .
.' .. . .. . !i I' -
HT 'Tis the fine souls who serve as, and not
what la called fine society. Fine society is only
a self-protection against the vaigarities of the
treat and tbe tavern. Floesoolety In the com
mon acceptation, has neither ideas nor alms.
It renders tbe service oi a periumery, or .
laundry, not of farm or factory. 'Tis an ex
clualou and ft precinct. Sidney Smith said,
few yards in London cement or dissolve Iriend
thip." It is anonprlnoipled dscorami aa affair
of clean linen and coaches, oi gloves, oards.
and elegance in trifles. '.There are other meaa
area of aelf-rsspeoi for man than the number
of clean shirti he pots on every day. , Society
wiahea to be amused. I do not wish to
amused. I wish that life should not be cheap,
but sacred. . 1 wish the da j a to be as eentariee,
loaded, fragrant. Now we reckon tbem
bank-davs. bv some debt whioh ia to be paid
or which we era to pay, or some pleasure
are to taete. Is all we have to Co to draw
h.a.th In anri hlnar II out airalnl PorDhvrV'l
definition is better: "Life I that which, holds
matter together.;'-mrrwit. w
'BT'TTia Chlcnirft. usart announce ft re-hear.
lng of the Bures. ease a ibe October term
tne luragw wrcaisi v" k
ested (Stuart) has gone W tbe wars as ueuien
The Golden Arm.
A LEGEND OF THE DANUBE AND OLDEN TIME.
Oo the north bank of the Danube, at It near.
est proximity to tha Bobmurwald Monptalos, lie
the ruins of an old castle, over-grown by moss
and lichen. A gloomy forest of firs surrounds
It, where the winds whistle through with strange
and arJDalllnz aonnd tha hn.tm.n riAti thai
dark rolling river, pass by ia iUo.ce, for tbe le-
kuu conneotea wim tbe spot Is faithfully be
lieved by them. There is a superstition also
that some misfortune will follow those who look
npon that castle after nightfall.
Once npop a time goee the tale there lived
rich baron, who bad a very beautiful wife; she
was slight in figure, witu an abundance of light
golden hair, that huog in bright waves to bar
feet; ber eyes were so calm and nnra in
slon, that the guilty could never look upon tbem
wnuout leeuoK aoasoea ; the remarkable pale
ness Of ber COfflDlexlon waa rllarl r.w f J..n
crimson hue of her lips, and tbe glossy jet of
ucr luug cc laiuea, ner areas was always of
nuike, rueo uuiur, ur ueucate OIUO.
1 be baroness, tboueb so lovelv. had not been
exempt from pain and misfortune. Hunting one
day with her husband, she was thrown from her
dorse, and ber left arm was so braised by tbe
fall that amputation was necessary. The baron
was soreiy aistressea by tbe accident, and an
noyed by tbe gentle lady's fortitude and endur
ance. She saw her buBband'a aorrow. and for.
bore from repining at ber own loss.
Tbe superstitious began to regard her with
wonder and admiration, tbe more that her beau
ty did not fade, and that she was never known
to otter an unkind word. Her influence over
tbe baron was so great that he seemed to have
overcome every evil feeling and passion of his
nature, ttciore nis marriage be bad been cruel
and avaricious, but now no one was more een-
eroos and noble. Tbe gold that he had hoard
ed np bs gave to a skillful workman to make
tor bis wile a new arm, wblob she wore with
ease, and she became known by the name of
"the lady with the golden arm."
stormy winter and eunny summer passed by,
untouched by grief or care for the inmates of
tbe oastle, when one day in early spring, as the
baroness was listening to tbe songs of birds (al-,
ways so musical in tueir happy pairing time;, she
experienced a sudden demotion of snlriw a'
presentiment of coming sorrow.' That night
was a stormy one without, and sounds were
beard as if the spirits of tbe mountains were
reveling in the darkness. Mournful waitings
were blended with the roar of disturbed waters,
the oolse of which reaobed the inner chamber,
where watched an anxious stood around the
couch of the sick baseness. Tbe life of the
lovoly lady bad departed before the birds had
attain warbled their mornintt sones: and the
Daron loosed ont upon tbe now calm aspect or
nature; but the scene looked desolate to blm,
and the clear sky aod iresh earth wore to him
a tunerai pall. ' ' . -
Man cannot mourn forever, and the-lonell
ness and solitude which the baron Suffered had
changed him to his former nature. Avarice
bad taken possession of bis soul, and he was
absorbed in the love of gold. He became cruel,
hard and cold. The pure angel of the mansion
bad neo, and ue was leit andistorbed in bis pur
suits. He at once thought of the arm that lay
in tbe old vault, beneath tbe name of the de
parted baroness. - The idea of securing it was
at first spurned by blm, bat tbe desire of pos
sessing it became rradaallr so strone that he
crupled no longer at tbe violation of the grave.
In darkness and gloom, and with stealthy step
did the changed baron seek tbe tomb of his
wife for tbe uomouldered arm. The worm had
destroyed all but It and tbe jewelled ring, that
sparkled with undiminished brilliancy. The
baron placed bis treasure, the arm of gold,
among hi stores ot wealth. Kicbes such as
few possess were now his. He was ft man of.
power aod worldly greatness, bat It was the ac
quisition of wealth that be alone desired, for
no eye bat nis own ever rested npon tne gutter
Tbe midnight following the day that the
golden arm bad been purloined from It
resting place, the baron awoke with a per.
eeotlon of a depressing stillness in tbe air
It was a warm night in summer. Not a leaf
moved, not an insect fanned its tiny wings; A
single star shone in tbe dark blue sky through
an open window, and its soft light was reflected
from a wide mirror opposite everything was
silent and still fearfully so. A form, shadowy
and indlstinotly defined, leaned motionless
gainst the deep window. Tbe baron's eyes
were fixed npon It with deep horror ia their ex-t
tended pupihi. He had not tbe power of re
moving bis gaze, or -of changing his attitude
until the horizon became tinged with a hue of
violet light, and with the coming day tbe ter
rors of the night were forgotten, or remember
ed at a dream.
The second night at the same hoar, tbe ba
ron awoke, and tbe same appearance presented
Itself, but more palpably, and be soon recog
nized the form of his once loved wife; there
was a look of severity upon ber eountenanoe,
and a reproach expressed in her gentle eyes. ,
The bright sunbeams of the morning fell np
on tbe wild and idiotic face of the baron. He
wandered for a few years along tbe shore of tbe
Danube, aod bis manner of deatn was unknown.
His wealth passed into other hands, all bat tbe
golden arm, which was never found. He sleeps,
not in bis ancestral vault, oat ties no one eao
Thus as evening closes, tbe boatmen voy
aelne down the Danube, tell this strange wild
leeend. What messenger, in the olden time,
first sang it, none can tell; bat It has survived
the decay of castles, the glory of knighthood,
aod tbe tall ot emptrea. it tens its own moral
How that wealth, Inordinately desired, and im
properly nsed, brings not blessings, bat curses,
and mayhap involves the soul itself In eternal
CAUroaNii.RrE. A new species of rye, In
dlgenous to California,' and remarkable for the
largeness, plumpness, and beauty or its grain,
baa been exhibited in Washington. Tbe Super
intendent of the Agricultural Bureau has re
ceived small supply of the grain, and will dis
tribute it in different Darts of the country.
yield is said to be very great, reaching, even
1 , L I - . ...... .
poor iaua, any oubuui hi tno auru.
H7 Dr. G. B. WInsblD. tha strong man, has
developed bis strength to such an enormous de
gree that be advertises to nit, on piauorm
twelve men weighing no pounat eaua.
IRISH STEAMSHIP, LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, B03TON AND GALWAY j
The followlrur new and arcgnlfioent flrst-claaspailjll
w.ieel BUamskips aompoee the above Hoe: . . i ,
ADRIATIC, -1 S.88B ton barthaa. - Oapt, it aUo
(Pormerly of the ColUae Lin.) ,
HIBERNI A, 4,400 ton! burthen, Oapt. N. Faowea.
COLUMBIA, 4,400 " R. Lerron.
AMGLIA, -4,euu-7-n.t' . cwmneiauw
PAOISIO, 8.800 " I. Bai"".
PRLSOS ALBERT. (Borew.J
1 ' .JUU " " TT 41.. ...
Oa of th above ship will have New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortnight, tor uaiway, car
rying the government paeiii,wucjuiig b. .,
a. t. . . ' t . . . ,. ,
To Steamer! or Inll no navw mwmm wmiwwi wivu
th greateet can, under the prvilon of the govern
ment, have water-tight oompariment. and are unexcel
led foreoiafort.aar.ty and speed by any teamer aSoat.
(-j,.. .ra ammaaded b abkt and xnerleneed edleer.
and vry exertion wlU b mad t promo ta th oomfprt
of htiitKin f n
Aupwttaeed Surgeon attached to each ship.
HATES OF PASSABE.
Plrst-claa N. 1. or Bostoa to Oalway tr Llvsrpool IM
Becond-elai. " 75
rint-claaa, " " U St John ' ' SI
Thlrd-elaas, ' to Oalway or LIvaRMo
or any tow IB Inland, M S Railway, 30
Thl rd- lass peasengen ai liberally supplied with pro
vision! or tne nest quality, aookea ana servsd by In
rant of the Company,
PartJe wishing to send for their friend froax th eld
eountry oaa obtain tickets from any town 00 railway, in
Inland, er from th principal crtta of Bog land and Boot
lacoV at very lowntee.; a . --. ( I i, .'
Paaeaagen for K.W York, arriving by th Bastoa
Steamers, will be forwarded tor, ew xork free oreharge.
, lor passage at further Luforoatlon, apn ly to
-jc.T- ,. wm. a. wicKiuar.'
At th of th Oompaay, oa tha wharf, foot t
Oaaal Itnet, New Yortt.
HOWLAND St ABPI5WALL, Agent,
aprfllirden, . ,
. ', J JUST RECEIVED BY . '.
No. 30 North High Street,
One ot the Largest sod Best Selected Asaort''
EVER 0 PTE RED IN THIS CITT1 f"
flonse Builders' ' Furnishings
OP EVERY BTTL1 AND QUALITY. W
.-,.; treuend: American : ,n .
. , FAINTS OUOTJND IN SMI, , . . .
and put upta half pound carat for busily a, aad Dry
tirushes of every variety & quality.
A .Splendid Assortment of ' '. .
AXES GRINDSTONES, Slo. ,
. GUNS, PISTOLS, UOT, o. - .
' FISHING TACKLE.
, ROPE cordage;
. LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBEK.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCALES, BELL8, CHAINS -
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially lnvlt tha attentioa of all Interested to my
stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
. -,'v ) . u
tflliTEK PLATED FOB KB, .
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c,
of aOGERKS a BBO'B, Manufacture, warranted to Ui
extra heavy, Eleotro-Plated, on genuine Albatta. .-.
Country Merchants, Mechanic, and others, an invited
io call and examine my Stock, a I at prepared to tuU
rVholesal aad Retail. WIS. A. GILL.
Oolumbua, Ohio, May 8, I860.
; DR, LELAND'S .
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Bheumatism, Gout and ' Keurajgla,
' AND A SURB CURB POa
All Mercurial Diseases.
It U a oonveniently arranged Band, oontalntng a med
icated compound, to be worn a round the Waist, without
Injury to the most delicate persons; no change la habits
of living t required, and It entirety removoo the dii
ease from the system, without producing the Injurious
effect! arising from the nse of powerful internal medi
cine, whioh weaken and destroy to eonetltaUon, end
give temporary relief only. By (his treatment, the med
icinal properties eontaioed in tne vend come In contact
with tbe blood aod Rack tha dieeaee, through tha pore,
of the akin, effecting in every Uu lance a perfect cure,
and restoring the part afflicted to a oeahhy condition.
This Band I also a mostpowerfal Am- Maaooiua (goat,
and will entirely relieve the system from the prnoioue
effeote of Mercury. Moderate rases are cure in a few
dare, and we are oonstantly receiving testimonials of It
eSJoecy In aggravated eeeee of long- standing.
rate x,uu, to do naa ot Druggist neutrally, er can
bs sent by mali or express, with fall dtreeiiotu for mse.
to any part of the oouatry dlreot froea the Principal
Oflioe, . .....
To. 409 BROADWAY, Saw York. . ,
G. SMITH Ac CO., Sole Proprietors.
If. B. Descriptive Circular Sent Ire.
A. J. B9HTJELLRR At BON, tnwim, AT. No.
877 8. High St., bat- Friend and Moand, Oolaabas, 0.
Hj- Areata Wanted Ewerrvenere.
, , universal
; ; ; , couohmmedy.
tor all Throat and Lung Oompratnta. boladng, with
mot perfect reenlta, Wnooruw Oeosg, Caaoana J
Oohkox Coceim, BaosicBiaa aaa TxmoaT OomrLiarn,
alwaya foreraniuri of Consumption. A a Boerrxum
Bratrr It ha 00 superior, freed from all Opiate or
Emotfc prepertle. may be and by mot delloat oonrtl.- -tntlon,
and with perfect conndenoet - '
U ; OEIiEBRATED ' ;;
": r -V TOLU ANODYNE.
-. : :. . , .- . ' .
Th ennATxwr Naixxai. Orura ever off seed t th
world, containing not a partVokt ef Oplam, a or aa ub
stance but It strictly vegetable and medical propertlee.
A sun Remedy Sor Naoaatau, BaamiaTuat, Govt,
Toot akd Eax Ach, Cataxxb, Kob oft Hag Vinraa
and all minor Net vous Complaints. -
Poa Loss or Suaw, and Uesdacha m art It vartetiee.
It has no equal, and to which most undoubted testmonl
Poa DtLtxirjkt TarMu It II a moat perfect remedy
Poa Baena OoaieiirT, after removing the pain It act
a a physio, a moat Important oentraat with th ecnatipa
tory effect ot Opium. , .
To Physicians, Formulas and Trial Bottle will he cent,
and to Dealer 0 Invalid durtpllw faamal.1
, Prepared andar the special supervtalon of
' f " JOHN L. HVKNEWELL, 1 - '
CBEWMTAJta tWAArOTISi, ... '
- Ko OCosmerslal Wharf, Boatoa, Kaaa-
, To whom pleas direst all omnioatloo. , . ,
' . Price-Large Ooogh Esmsdy, SO nts per botUe. : r
, ,. Small " 85 " . . . ,
11 Tola Anodyne, . 50 " " .'
' for sal by la asUal whowsal and Mall dealers,
vavywhan. -- . -
BOBBUTS St BAMTJIL, ,- . v M . B, MARKA, , ,
JOHN R. OOOK, . .. ,- ;' . M. DBNIO, ,
. DENIG SONS, , A. J. BOHTJELLIB SON,
, : zuylMrlv J Agents fot Oolaanbus, Ohio.
1 B AI U CL SO iji'j.:;.
So.1 .29 Bontlv High Street, Colomftns,
AM'tow omawo 1 '
, 800 yard Travelia Dr. Good! it 8(, varus
ttwentt. -i . '.' ,;
BSOO yard Tnveling Drees Good at UK, value a) eta. -8O00
yard BoglUh Seaage at 12. value 85 eeaU. , -,
1000 yard! trench OrgaLdies al 18M, vain SO oent. , ,
tuiin yard Past Oolend Laws at Hi, value Um, '
IDUO yards Poniard Pre Silks at vara ail nte. -15U0
yard Super Plain Blaik Bilk at ItW vela eiSS.
Bob of OrgAodi Peng, aad Bugllah Baraga, at en,
halt lietr value. . . ',.
' . ... . ''sanr sow, 1 -"
jeSJ P BS Seath High Street.
f AMOY DRISB SILKB, ' ' ' v "
ffANOY DRBrtS SILKS, -We
an now eSerirAg ear lamene steak of Paaoy Dree
Bilk at prise lose than ever baton odend In this etty.
The attention ef the ladle of thl city and vtotulty kt
olloited, a ear stock t very lot and complete la all
grade, of geoda lx this line. P1TIK BAld,
ne ww seem uign street.
BONlfETI, RIBTIONS TA45S, ANIT .
KUOUJtS, 1IW stjUat,Jstepnadbv
avaiir a tmr.
I. IS Seath High airast.