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VOL. VIILP. jltff NEf !SBIES,
S.
OHIO, FRIDAY MORNING.
1861.
flZ D0LLASJ PX3 TIA2,
Inrartablw u Advanc'?.
DAILY. TEt-WEHlY All T7XXXIT
-aBtaMaMsiasas, ' W, '
. ' MANYPENNY MILLER.
fUBIIIHlSI ABTD poijttost
fO bffle Bos. SMI Mi 40, Vort&Xlgi it
.TERMS INTAEIABLT I ABVANON. , " 1
Daily , o J 'J '' ii J ) 00 Mr mr
frl.Weekly .) . .i. OOperyeaf.
,-vv
erm of AdvertUlng T Ua lvre.
nt nun i mi ., . 120 00
Oct mm i weeks. ;a n
3n ' " Umotlhs 18 00
une ,. itNthilW
On "1 mk... 1 75
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8 month IS 00
3 monthi 10 00
On , " I day... 1 M
On day..I . 78
On .'..; 1 iDMrtloa M
a Booth 8 00
. 1 month. S DO
- Displayed adrertlHmsats half mors thaa to above
AdTortisemetot leaded ui placed In th column of
, All not! ceo require to be published by Uw, lNralratae.
... . m-..iwvu u luiai nuuinijuw UHSMtHI
Pet Ceui. mora thu tha ahon wtam: kal all ad wll
1iii.m U 4h IU.VUL1. .UL.i .1 "
BuilneiiOardi, DOtexoMdin tUnt. txrraar. to.
lie, 0 jr 11m; oauide . - . , ..
Notice of naetlnn.ehariiAhlMMlaHafl att ImmmbIm
I''1 ih im iirnwklj WIUUIHIUIUIIf . , -
fco., half prlc. .. .- r
yl trantimt aArmrilumtnl mtu$ b paid Jbr M
tA I nri 14 : n ml. sill h.Mj.j .
Weekly, am arlo tha Dally, thin tba tdnrUMr
mwia nesKiyaion. wun M Daily aaa WMkly
tie both nicd, than tha charge lr tha WMkly will M
lf the rate of Ui Dally - ' ' J ,,
no aaTeniiement outen except ror a definite period,
BUSINESS -CARDS.
7 F. A. B. BIHIDfS,
Attorney At XjA-w
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. -Omce-Amboi
Bulldlnf, eppottt Capitol Square. :
OOLUMBUt, OHIO
a.. oouoniNriD, j
Attorney & Counsellor at L&w,
MARION, OHIO, i , I'
OOXX31kZ3170
Machine Maanfactnrinj Companj
HaMcr tortnni or , .'
STEAM ENflTNES- &
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1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
CoDeaetint t Oreitlln with, the PITTSBUMH, IT.
WATNI k. CBI0A00 SAILB0AO
JbffitMurt, JPMadtlpUa md SaUimtrt. a
. orlbrt Wayiuond Chieagv. i
Connecting it Clereland Willi the LAXI IB0M ftAXIc
BOAS
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Alomar Bool
to., wd New orit. " , . TT
THREE TRAINS DAILY, 'w J
SZCXPI I0KDAT. ., '
from Oolnmboj, In connection with Train ea the i
LITTLE F1IAIT1I AlfD COLUflBCi
- AND XER IA KAlliBoAlMI.
. f IB8T tKAHf '
NIGHT IXPRISB.-lMTa Oelamba at l.0 A.M J
wilt leart paaMoger at all it dona (oath of Oaliuo,
top at Defaeare, Athley, Oardiaitoa end Ollaad, and
at tllatatlon north of Gallon, anriTln at Omrelaod
t8:0oA. M., Dunkirk 10 P.M., Saflalo :4P. U.
Albany S SO A. M., New Tort 8 35 A. at Bnton :J0
P. at., Pittabaiwb eta Oicetlln ti9a P. K . Pblladal
hit 1:10 A. H, Chicago via Oreatilao at t-ett P. U,
- IKCONDTJUDI.- .' -
Nile YORK CTPVIRai n.i. n.tn
a. m. Will Mop atliewt Centre, (ff WhlU Ipkar
Spring), Delaware, Cardingtoo, Oalion, CieetUae, Abet
by, New London, Wellington and Graf loo, antra at
Clereland at J:3I p. mu; Dnnklrk. 80 p. m.l to.
falo, W.ilS p. n ; Albany, H:5a- . Hew leek, 1:
S. .; Bciton,;i0 p.m. Tha train eoaaeewal iihe
y for Bandoaky, and at Glafton for Toledo, arrlTloi at
Toledo at 0 p. a. - . ... , ;
. THUD TlADr. ' " ' "
HAIL AMD AOCOMIIODATIOV-LeaTM Colnmsaw
at 8.30 p. m. ' Will atop at all BtaUooa Aantk of
Shelby, and at New London, tTelUngtoa. Araftem,
and Berea; arrlrlng al Cleveland at f.k p. .i lu
ktrk,8:OOa.m.BoJaro,l..m.iAlbaBy,Bp.a.; NewVork, 730 p. m.; Boeloa, ll.tf p. a.t Mitahank.
tVa0retUine,at ll:J4p. PhlkKtalphm, LOO p. .,
Chicago, wta Oreatllne, tM a. m. Tha trela conaecta
at bhelby for Bandttaky and Toledo. arriTlng at toied
atftMp.m.; ri 'jr;x v. .
Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all
, , Sight Train to Chicago, Sew j
York and Boiton. ' c
Saggag Omhtd T Anmo fo Jw PofioW Motion
efat OoeWawa,- alto, u F)MuUkMamt4 '
jyie Tork9taOmiu4.' -'
BETURNINO. rt ' '
NigUBzpremarriTatOolambuat...ll:llP. M.
Clodnnatl KxprenarriTea al Oolambuat ItcM A. at.
Accommodation Bxpieee arrimat Cclamba at 7:9t
-'.!
rare) aa Low aa r amy turner Baoato.
AA ftr TUbU tim CrttlUmttr CUvtUni.
. BaparmlaaaaB, Olerelaaa, Oaiel
V uniMrnim a . 2
r . ' ""ui'
ColBBtkeav Ohlev
Colnmbni lake llRX fi j j.. .Zi
eTBJt Bowlft.V-'
100
HP. ClI GBEEN (UBA BaUAVOK
inaa iu Ban prrme ue uoaea. n i.
1 SO pocket old Dntch QoTUsmeat Jara Celae. ,
1 a ban cerioa oosee.
JOQbhl. etandard White hnr,'eoiattn ef Pwbv
dree, CbrBabad, OruBlatod A aad B Oeioo.
fill qnlnlalaueorr Bank Oodfleh.
UObcUi. Hem and Ho. 1 Mackerel.' -
4V lea. Pick BakeMOtfi f -t t a -i .
IOO ba. Layer Saieine. - - J' .
50 hf . box do do.. ...r
lOOew. boa V ' do ' ' V ll l A V (
lOOk Olgan, dUereat toaada and grade. " ; y
botb7 WM. hlcDOIAlB.
M. C.LILLllY-,
Ttl rJJLIlLH.
And Blank-Bool; lUnBiknUrer,
btortx xiu btkit, tsxvssijl, csio
arll-dly .
Red, Wlite taOlsc,
TCLAI1I1!9,
felLKfe'
RIvAIIIUi
Jenefeadba
- npriw
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a , nkw aoer skist. j i .i u j t x i
xiaOXTTitrcorx.
. Be.it, Bocrm sua Run. .
Baea taet main a
BakmedtoameavaafM
riKrf?P
altottooaypat tone mm
rrrw i titV i'K mn ! l rriTT irr-
nxanmiiii a av avw uwiu-'vi
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J -tWOKOESTER'S
ROYAl QUARTt) DICTIONARY.
fb UtettTlii ItrjeiV-.Tho Beit,
The Cbeipeit Emaom tw Beit,
tn flcM. BUaV..'attMavt4'Ame
, (morltr ! Mao EmfUem iMpguikg:
"HB Bin BN0LW tOTIWAT,nXXArT.,
Heie BTeipwardfor Handrad'tlweaeaA Wore,
Vnoe mnlUfarioa (Maalon ead derWeMoae, lorethor
LvT.Tl Piung, tad proBaoalauon are ewv ly
let Mere the eje,'; yi , (1 1 , ,-;.r . , ..
CwieloeaW Oewwerotol.
Mtai tktJDtoUiont cf ih ibiribm of ih OMo Btatt
fhe anderftftied, member of the Ohio lute Teacher'
aaeoeiBaon, adopt and aim to use in teaching, writing
and apeaking, the orthography nod pronunciation of
W ofOMlai Hdva OaartA Tlltlnn.rv. .ui mm mv.
dmlly reeonuaend it a tha aioat rallabla tfmkrf ah-
keritp of the Bagllah Ungaat, a U w now written end
.' I,; '.'-"i v Jr.M .
Lwm Jjnaiwi, Preeldent Kenyoa College. -
D. Lao anil, Beperinmndent Eaneerlile Bch'ool.
Tao. W. Haaear, Bnp't alaemloa Oedoa Icaool.
. M. I, OowaaBY, Bnp't Poblle lohaom, iandaaky.
J" Lwca, Bop't Pah lie Beheole, OinleTilie.
fT. lAxross, Principal Olmlaad female Stmlna-
W. KrTC3rSBpHmilSeBeeto,kti.TJnU.
Joan Ooaaif. Prlnoinal ataia KomI Behoal. Mlana.
lot,. , " . '
Otaoa Ifaeew, Prlacrpal I earth iDtemedtat School,
a. i. aUknii.Sap'l Can ten TJnionBehoo !.::
Iiwnlmu, Principal UcNeely Normal Soheol.
Bu T. Tatvaa, Prof. Math malice, Ohio Unitettlty.,
Vat. V. Bmraa, Bnp't Tray Unloa Bcbeol.
A. a. Bentn, Priiwlpal Wen Blgk School, Olere-
Ad' . . . , . . '
B. A. BoiTO. Aanclate Prmclnel Hlih BchooL fllere-
maa. . f j i. i - -
saavaoM BittUM, Principal High Boheol, Own
land.
B. P. Hoillm, Principal Olereland Innltnt.
J. A, OaaruLp, Preeldent-f Bleotlo Iartltnte, HI-
W. L. Billa VfaL at flhaatUtv. Ahla Waalaean
Vnrrenltr. , -.
H, H. aUamrr. Bx-aaauiarioneref Ooaiman Bchoola.
Jaaa Moirnoa, Prof. KhetorV, Oberlln College.
am. auia arenaewi aaBoen votiege. - ,
O. W. - H. OATaoia-r. Prof. atihmaUoa. Blih
lohool, Dayton.
B. C. Onnaaima. rnf. xannaaa. TTIrh flehaoL
VWU, i
B. M. Butnaa, Bop't Cnloa Ichoeht, AaUand,
Mor tVM mBndrti tOttr frtttdtnt of OoOt-
p, eroftmvr, Mor and DUtinguiiKtd Zduoa
tltHtmtderitditoatov&tmtiitrml.. .
PRESIDENTS OF C0LLE0E3 IN OHIO.
MjatarrA Oeusaa ''It m tnle a manlfleent work.
an kaaar to the author, the pabUahera,and the whole
eeantq.r' f reaident Aadrew. ,
0t Wbutu Cnmaarrr It exceed my expede
oae. It will be ni anlda la erthoeraoh and nroaan-
elatton. and will often be eonealted by me for it seal
ad aceoxat deflnlUose.'WreaVUBt Ihoaipeon.-1
W. B. Icaamen flatuaaBMBntofora we have amd
Webater'a orthogiaphy. Al A' teoeo metting of ear
faealty, It waededded to ehacM tt to conform t that
of Woreaater'a Boyat earw DKUeaary." PreaUent
flank Id. v.7 - t" " . - i
Wnwraaa Baman Ooute. I tni it worthy of
evromi approeauoa." rreUKi)i itiicncoei.
Oneaua C rum. "It mora than areata my exneehv
tton. X reonmmond la aa the etandard antaorltym
ertheepy to my children and my nnp li." Preeidtnl
Morgaa. j-
Ajmoca Oafimm. adontanl elm to aa la feuh-
mg, wrlttaa aad eneortnt-. eh orthoeraohy and Broaon-
emaoa f Woroailer' a oral Qaarto DicUoaary'--
Preeldeal Bill. -,,J ' i
all m wrltn. anealrtne. anil iaachlne. I hare aa-
omeered to conform to th role for orthography and
pronaaomrloaaaeontaincdln Woroeiter1 Dictionary."
Hence Maaa, tote Preetdeot.
Kawroa Ocuaaa, OAXnn-'! moat cordially recoav
It aa tha meat nilable amodard u thorite of the
Bnallah annul aa It la bow written and aDoken."
Prendeat Aadrewa. I
SCHOOL .COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.'
PrwaaJtet. Anton Sntyii, ChmmUttiJmr f Obmmo
BcKtoUtn Ohio. .. ) i
"The iMeUenar la aa ImnarahaMa moanment to the
learning aad todnetry of ite aether, aad aa honor to th
world of letter. The merhenli'il ezecntioa la far npe-
vivr tv uh oi any sunt wen wiui wnwa a u ao
iqaaiated." . .. t . r
Km Bon. B. B. Jtamtv, Mb-OommUHcntr of
BoAooU a Oiio. .
b mart nllabl (taadard atborllp ef the Un-
118 ,Bmai
bbio
raage."
Ijemdlns Newapeper of Ohio Bvr
' JromtXt OltotUmd BmM ff ItartXm. L' ,
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary hi 0ml
1x4 by meat. If not all, eatbore of distinction la thi
eonntry aad Bnglaad, and conform to the general njag
of ordinary writers tad epeaktr. .. .J . .
Wheterer prejndktee may hare exteted prarleoaiy,
arefnl (tady ef Ihla Telame will ta variably be followed
by a warn aopreciaooat of lb) great merit, and a dartre
to add It e tae well eeleeead library, be U ierge er mall,
It I a library lalhwlf, aad will remain aa lapertaba
ble ieerd of the HaralBf ef It compiler. -
trom tU (Baoaaaeff anrefal of AptU 0.
Here are npward ef haadred Wieamnd werde good,
bad and lndiSren-erbo mnitifarioaa meaning nd
derrrattone, together with their correct (polling and pro
aaadaUoB, are t clearly before the eye. She work la
BBqacenoeibly the greattet Themam of lngUah Word
erer pnhUahed. J
PrttnootIrinitaofJ'.VBW,
IrVleatlr Woacmma' Botaa Qoanno DmoiuT U
ntt mif tis latt, Ut earr ecor of tM tfiI ever -MMel.aad
eae by ae pemieUUy Bflr by eoatpmieoa or
tMTMoBUritaf, Mag.
A to nowcBCUTnm, Wceuawrta a nrt STABaau
bllewed by ear beet aether! b detlnltioria be learee
Botalner to be deal red. aad in 0 ineeaajert It m aflein
to any thai Weaoarraa eaa be aaaiy followed.
IN 13 HAM at BBAOtS,
Fbj ollakera, Bookevllere BtaUlomera,
BO. 191 BtTPBBIOB IT, CLBTBLAKD, OHIO.
THE .MUTUAL BENEFIT i
LIEE
INSURANCE i COMPANY,
i - --m t--
-oxeax-l-i, 3sr-'eT- -
DlTlaeaMi Jaanarr l 186 It 45 Fer Ceat
ABBITB..a.A M.w......tljBl3rH M.
Btatamiaag Jauaaarr 1, 1S01,
alaace, per UtaaBt JanTTat, 1B60 $0tfii
Beeeire for P rem lame ear- - -
ma IB jear wcw.
' IMce. f7B3,031
toteieet daring - -
tot
iour... en an in
i . ; V . , f I,'. .... rl f
' Total reoeipr for- im..esT7,fT 7f ' ' '
PaidOlalmebyDealh.SrnjIoO 00
Paid Poliewa arra- i ','f
' eared 41,111 89
Paid Babuiea, Poet- a Tl w r.
llr0 S
paid Oommlelgae la - :
PbJerW-?ASw .--. '.'
tog me year ....10,500 74 584,091 63 eil,TS H
IBet
Jaaaan lat, Wl.-.
..llJifMM
bi1 mW at
Oaka hand..... aga3d JO-
BotadkltfM.E1 ,7 . ,
Betate, worui egebie the T'TJJu"
fSZf Tel 4
erot........ tvnt.nsi it J. XCty
- . ev.rr.cg x
mm.Bemaed0eaa,ai
aaed Braneaakenea 05JO 75
1 Toeal Aawetw........,...,.. tunjjgsi
T ITS Peikaai to ferae, bartng..,...otaritSt8l
l.eJB new rent aate bbbb Banted eihag ta rem
After a enrefal aalealaOea ef to praaart aarae ef Che
HOIee 110 PeUeleeaf the Cemeaay, ear ,. the
limei y aeiiua1 to Hmn laenrer, tha btreetor
aaea eeeawed PrrreearB ef el pereme. eei Dae trmty
aea paea ea ene mean Beam, bu aweeaem eje Hfe to aerea.
t i--irt-Tti n r 1 i"T iajaaaaaiimdianaii.1
yrwM rale ef (ae Ceoapaayr-
Bam tor all htoeaef Lt Oraamieaieia, pTnyiit
aee,llBliOBiB Bed AleaMBae, will be fanlhd
rrweTcauaaat toUAeeee AglBiteeed Oh tea-
107". l PKTTT8SOS.
' i--. 1' 1 L. C. H0V i a, Ttot
MM. V. UU.S a, Becretary .
iivtuii m.Mmmn A.
Piir ifr" riorpr rum
iimmi g:. f rtfv graaa. lae bmI el
U 0 corutltutionnL diaroB, a corruption Of '.he
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. , .Ueing in the -circulation, it
pervndrl tfio whole boar, nrrd rnay burst out
in disease on any part of it. No organ U free
fi om its attacks, nor Is there one which it may
not destroy. "The. scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or .unhealthy food impure air, filth
and filthy habit, the Aeprnirrg viee9, and,
above Ml,' by tho' voncreal infection. What,
ever be rts origin, it Is hereditary in the con.
stltution dene ending " from parents to children
Unto the thud mil fourth generation ; " indeed,
it eeems- to be tha md of Him who ssyk, "I
will visit the iniqnitins of the fathers tpon
their children." ,., r ,- . , '
' -It effeeti coiiimeticO' by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lunge, liver, and internal organs, in termed
tubercles (.in the glands, swellings y and on
the surface, eruptions or lore... This foul cor.
ruption, winch genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of lifo, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only sutler from scrofulous, com.
plaints, "but they have fur less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases ; conse
quently vast, numbers periidv by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in, their nature,
ar still 1 rendered fetal by this' taint in the
system,. Host of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in tltU twBofahnav epntiuuinntion r and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all (he organs, ; arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by It.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in
" AYEIt'S ;
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most cITcctual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise for this every,
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedial that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
svstem ( from its destructive consequences.
Ilenco it should be employed for the cure of
not onW Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Ehuptivb
and ggiif Diseases, St. ArrrooxY't Futs,
Rose, or Eutsipeias, Pimpt.es, Fdstvi.es,
Blotches, Slaihs and Bon., Tumors, Tetter
and Salt Rheuk, Scald Head, Kinoworu,
lliiKi-MATisx, Syphilitic and Mrhcukiat. Ijis
kask, Dnoi'HY, Dtsfxtsia, Dkiiimty, and,
indeed, am Complaints akisino riton Vitia
ted oh Ixpvrb Blood. Tho popular belief
in " impurity of th Mood " is founded in trath,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood.. .The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapn
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions. 1
Ague Cure,
: i : .;. roa the speedy cure op
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fewer, Chill Fewer, Dumb
A cue, Periodical Headache, or Dillon
HeadarlM, lamd Ulllon Fewer, Indeed
for the whole cine of rfleenie originate
In a" in hlllrtrr deraagemcnt, canaed by
the Malaria of plasmatic Coantrle.
- VT are enabled here to bRcr'the community a
remedy' trhirhi while It etires the above conyilninls
with certainty. r still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Htielr a remeitv m inralurtblc in district
where 'those afflicting JlNortlers prcvnil. This
"CritB" expels tho miasmatic poison of Fever
and Aot'P, from the system, and prevent the de-
elopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of it premonitory symptom. It is not only
the best remedy, ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, hut also the cheapest.? Tho larne
quantity wfsttpply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fevi ii asd Aoub tirevails, ercry body should
have it and usc.it freely both for cur nd protec
tion. .', A ijrcat superiority of Ibis remedy over any
other ever discovered for (lic'peidy and ccrtuiu
cure of Intcrmlttcrrts Is th:it it cimtuiiino Quinine
or mineral, conseqncntly it produces no quinism or
mother injurious eriects whatovrr rrpon (be ronstitn-
tion. lhoe rnrrd by it are icit as lienltliy as ir
they hd never had the disease. ; ..
if 1 : ... . 1 l. - t
th missnmtre pnieort. A great variety of disor
ders arise frnin its irritation,' nmona which are
. . ff J . I . ,
'Mt, 'J'ootfncjie, Enraclie, Catarrh, Attima, iraL
mtvf'tl'l. 1'ttilirnl .iprrtion ri ;ne ,;.Vfl, flulttfr
in, I'uiii in tin- HttcM, CoSif 1'nrulisis aliu Ve-
iHiei'r nt r'ir OTwm, an or wtitcti, rrnm
iijtii '.hnm taio ivitnv, ui eli lui- tuttrtuiiitt
tvpc, ur biyuaie periodical. . Thi " Cciie "spe)
tlie iM.'snn finin the blood, and consequently cure
them al) alike U is an invalnabic protection lo
imnti-i rtit-i ami crson travelling or tompoiciitf
re-.i(li( it! Hie malarious district,, if ta;i'ii prca
Mortally or J.tily rrliile exposed to l!;e ii:rccMu,
lluxt will be encn-ted fmm the wystem.'a'ud mmtot
i-ciuuuiaie in uiBcient quantity to ripeiinto div
cose. Ilenco it is even more mlumi c fcrVTotcc-
tion than cure, and few will ever ti(l'"r Imrti Inter
miltcnts if titer avail themselves cf the rrmctiiun
thi remedy arfirrd',. ' ' ' " x t
Prepared bjDr.lC. AYEB ti, CO., LoweU. Masa
BOBIRTB Jt IAMTJ1L. Cahambaa. .
Sid by DretTtet aad Dealers everwhere.
aerr-irowaw
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v, TO ANB I'SAOn .. :'e-
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
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The Meet weal Oeeaa Itmmaato Oomperty' trrt-elsm
fcU-poweredClyee-beilt Steamer aU owerr BatU
rdav from PuETLAJID, eairying the paeon1 lea and
vrntea am mxu ana imtngsn,
' ITOBWMIAll, '- - NOtTB AMERI0A5,
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BnorUt Ckoapeat and QaUckcat (Josi
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:XUt4M 4t raaaaewt Europe '
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WTtl tail (rem LTVIRPOOL every Wedmeedaw,
tad trom QUEBiO every Bmtatrdmp, calling al
LOBDOBDBBBT. to Heetreoa Sear ud mcj mails and
fawi 11 crs. ts aaa
TTPTCbeas Iteamen are balls ef Iroa. la watar-tLrht
aompaitmsnto, Barry each aa expersenead Bargeoa, and
erery aUCBttea at paid to the eomrert and aoooeamoea
ttoaef laminger. A they prooert dlrem to VOU POM.
DBBT, the great risk and delay of celling al Bt. John
bjesaidsd. r -
1 Ohnwow simiaginare fwnrlihei with rasa pamag
Bcaem ta ana iroai ianeimerry.
' sVrlara ttekets (ranted at ndoced ntM.
I OerUSmls I eiit toreanymg to aad brhigingeatpea
BBgar trom all the pttodaal toWMetOreat Brllaiaaad
Irslaad, at redseed rates, by thK line ef tteamers, and
tyUmWASBiaaTOBUBB OP BAULIN0) PAOaJIS,
Ilsraif Bnaftw for tt stnel spwarii pay
I alo lto SmglamdIrolaa, ;-,
I -a. laxmd or Wales.. ,
t t'ar raaua ami at the Ottos. IS RHOAtl.
WAT, New Vorka and X9 WATVK f .,
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aaa JAfeS AiraAlt m partner la my bow7
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mtom, 01 . b. e. , c awww wMm srirt
MfW ) 1 i aar. ww.. . goaj and
voiTm eo-ommaBimia to toot Sot' --,
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolii!
Through to lndlanADOlis witiioat Change of Cars
and but One Change of Can between
, , 1. i Columbus and 8t. Louis.
Four Trtuns Daily from Columbus.
..:.:.t . FIRST TRAIN. ' ' :
A00OMMOT)ATIO at S a. m.. stODolnr at all sta
tions between Colombo and Cincinnati aod Osylon, ar
rlvtoe at Olnelnnati al 10 OS a. and at Uasion at
8.10 a. m., conneetiig at Siyton for Indianapolis and
.:. x-i TO, SECOND TRAIN. J JJ l-" '
K.. 1TSIu.iiiH. 1 . T-jr.
London, Charleston, Cedarrllle, Xenix, Bpring Valley,
Oorwin, I re port, Port Ancient. Morrow St., Lebanon,
Poatsr, Lovoland and Mllford, arriving al Cincinnati
at 4.30 p. m., Dayton at 9. 45 p. n.,oonnotln(Wlth the
Ohio and Mississippi Ballroad for LoeUvllle, Sj; Tin.
Mann, Cairo, Bb Loat. New Orleans, eto.t at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Tcrre llsute, Obieag and
all Weitern polau. i. ,A t
THIRD TRAIN. . !
MAIL at B. 10 p. nt., Hopping at ll tstlon'rVH,n
Oolnmbo and Xsnla, and at Spring valley, Oorwin,
Morrow and Lovaland, arriving at C incinnaU at U a. m .
FOURTH TRAIN. '
KIQHT EXPftasa, via Dayton, at 19 00 BldnlJhT,
topping at London, Xenix, Dayton, Middle town and
Ilaailltnn, arriTlng at Cincinnati at 5.85 a. m.j at Day
ton at 2.55 s. m.i connecting at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and Mississippi Ballroad lor Lonlsvtlie. IfTansvlile,
Tlncennes, Cairo, St. Louis. Memphis, Nsw Orleans,
and all polnta Bomb and Bonth-west; also, at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Uante, Chicago, eto
0Pr farther Information aod Through Ticket,
pply to M. L. POHEHIX, lickatAgent, Union Depot,
Oolnmbo.
P. W. BTEADIB.
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
, JN0. W. D0HBBTT, ,
1 , , I Agent, Oolonbas,
B. W. WOODWARD,
bnperlntendent, Cincinnati.
Columbo, July 14, 1801. ,;.
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
CONNICTISO AT BELLAIBI WITS TBB :
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTflBCRQH WITH THB
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL.
RAILROAD:
I0BM1N0 THB ;
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
'. Route to all Eastern Cities ! "
. ".'Trains Leave Columbus a follows:
. ltoBNiNo bxpbisi '. ;'.; v .;;
Leaves Colombo 1.30 A. M. from Union Depot, vis
Bellalra or Bteabenvlilei arriveaat Beilairs, 10.80 A.
M.i BMnbenville, 19.S0 P. M.j Pituburgh.3 40 P. M.
turrlsborg, 1.10 A. M.: via AUtntovm, arrive at New
fork 8.00 A. M. wio PKUadtiphia, arrive at Phila
delphia, 5.10 A. M.i Hew York, 10.30 A. M. Connect
also at Barr ksburg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M,
Sleeping Cara attached to toil Train
Preie Colombo, ran directly through to Bcllslre or
PitKbargh without change; and Pssiengcr via Allen
town arm In New York at 8 A. M.,
O"TW0 HOUEfl IN ADVANCI 0P NORTHERN
... - . LINES.
This Train also oooneota at Bellalre with the
, w. : Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. ' ' "
PITTSBURGH EXPRESS.
Leart Oolnmbo 11 S3 A U , from Vnicn Depot, via
Stenbenvilies arriree at Newark. 1S.50 P. M.: Coshoo-
too, 8.13 P. M. Bteabenrtlle, S P. M.: PitUbarg, 8.40
P M. 1171111 I th only rout by which Pxssenrers
esa leaveOlnclnnatl it 7 A. M., go throngb to Pitts
burgh in daylight, without change of cars or delay.
,i , 1
sv. - ' PAST LINE. "
Leave Colnabus 8.14 P. M., from Cnloa Depot, via
Rellatr: arrive at Newark, 3.83 P. kt. Isnesvllle,
I 33 P. Ml Belial re 7 .S5 P. M.t Plttsbnrrh. 11.25 P.
M.j Harrhborg, 9.00 A. M.; Ha AUtntown, arrive
at New Tork,4 P. M.; wio PMIadeipMa, arriree
Pblladetohla, 1.10 P. M.; New Tork, P. M. This
Train also connect at Harrlsbarg lor Baltimore, ar
riving at JP.M.
Thi Train ran through to BellsJr or Pittsburg with
out change ef Cant and from rtttebnrf there la no
change of Oars to Philadelphia, or via Allentowa to
new xork -Ina offtilaf , . . . -
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
roiiaaeipnu, or Stew Xott, with only
: . , ; , . on change of . Cars. :.
Br this Train Paseenrer arrive In New Voik era
boar in advance Of th Northern llnee.
Thi Train a! connect at BellsJr wtlh the Baltimore
and vale a. R. -
ITT This Route Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana more man xuv miles snorter to
. . New York, than Northern Lines.
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Baggage Checked Through, to all 1m.
yl pottint f oiati gait, j ,
ASK BOB TICKETS TIA
BELLAIRE OR 8TEUBENVILLE.
Ticket Goad
Tor
cither Bonte.
-,-, - vT-eW). W. BROWN. , '
' - Oca. Ticket Agent Central Ohio B. B.
1. A.' HUTCHINSON,
Oea. Ticket Agent Steobcuvillo Short Line.
jelt
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GUErtNsirrs balmi
' GUERNSEY'S BAM '
nEIHOPEI AND PRBVENTS 1 PI
XV aammatloa aod neia. and heal th worst ban.
acald, hrala,eal -f bash wound ef any kind, prevent
swelling aad pain from bee (tings, ntoeqnite bile, and
sonomi plant, neurairta, rncnmattsm, agne la the
eat, salt rstsamuete. .When taken internally. It will
posiureiy ear ereap laeniiarea, sua give rmmedist.
reuei in tne were so ei ini names eompnunt; also,
remove, hoaraea and tor throat. Price, m) neat
bettto. .BboaidlaeTibonr' Por .ale by Drag-
gam bb PHueaeuii.sa. sari, irkins.
. . - Bote rroprwtor, m opraeeti , mew yore,
exilfcwlyle '
We leal lactic eaa done she arxm nreca rations
bat by procnrlng and reading deacrlpUre puoph UM. 4 ,
toana wttn au acBiare, or win no eat by rroprletor
n demand. Pormala aad Trial Beam nt to Phral
Ian, who will find development hp each worthy taetr
mepmnee and approval. .. , , ,
' OeviespOBderjce wikited from all Vhcee aeceesltle or
eartsdly prompts so a utu oi ta anere satiable Berne
i Por at op lb Bawd wnoleeale and' ataU dealer
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carkanar am rwxaaACWoTitr, ; - -
Vo. Coautertlal Wharf, Bo tea, ax, f,
Boberbj A Samuel. BT. B. Marple, J. ft. Ooek. J.. M
Dealer. S. Deakr to Ben. A. i. Bchaelkrmiow. Areata
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Pari Kid Gloree, (nparler
fleataa Hill Sbtrto, variea etylc.
Boys' Oeatoa UUI BMrta, do -Drlrtnx
end Street eiewse, ow
eeamed Pocket UuxlkerohieSj.
fries-
Half Ham and Usdes maimaala
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rtlS a ri m,- High atnat.
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Gen. Fremont and the Administration.
,.,...
As there Is moon, loterest felt la the eoantry
ss to the relations ezistlag between Geo. Fir.
our aod the Administration, we publleb the
following extracts from letters from St. Louis.
Thi statement of the Cincinnati OtttUt that
FstatoNT was to be .removed 00 Tuesday, ths
23d lost., la eontradloted by telegraph from St.
Louis. These letters show dearly that the or
gans of the AdmioistratloB are determined he
shall be removed, and tf they are Dear true,
there ought be no hesitation lo removing him.
Ths St. Louis correspondent of the New Tork
World, ao Administration organ, writes ss fol
loss: , , n .
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 15.
The public miod is profoundly agitated upon
the administration of affairs la tbi military de
partment. Fremont has many tealoat friends,
as well as many enemies, irom giouods not at
all personal. Much of the dlfoontent may arise
from the fact that little has been done la the
field as yet, and fresh outbreaks. srs recurring
on the lines of railroad.
No expense has been spared on the troops
Whatever money or Credit oould buy. Irdm
brass and silver bands to tent fljoring, bu beeo
bought. Ice, water barrels, by the car load,
surgical inttrnments enough for the Grand
Army of the Emperor, besides vsst quantities
of provisions.' clothing, horses, wagons, eto.,
eto. Verily we hare bad enoogh of tbe "pride,
pomp, and circumstance of war," to bave seen
its virtues.
FLUTTER AMONG THE CONTRACTORS.
The announcement of Secretary Cameron re
ferring Informal claims to the proper authori
ties at Washington, has raised decided com
motion, the results ot which will be to lead to
some rich developments, in wblcb the whole
eonntry is Interested. It appears that pattits
lo this city and floating capitalists, have taken
large and lucrative contracts for tbe Govern
meot npon no other authority than tbe General
commanding aua nis suDordiaates. Toe banks
bave advanced large Bams of money npon these
transactions, holding tbe certified claims as se
curity. Tbe Secretary's decision has npset
their calculates, and ditturbed the equilibri
um of the money market. -
The streets bave been foil of rumors of fraud
ulent and swindling transactions on tbe part of
tbe contractors, for tbe tenth part of which I
wonld not vonch, though It would be strange If
they were entire flouoo. Thus It is repotted
that the extensive fortifications have cost the
Government 190 000. when comneteot toA
neers say $120,000 would have been ample
Another contract for horses was sold for $10,
000 tbe same day tt was obtained. A third was
for 200,000 bushels of corn at 60s. per bushel,
yielding a net profit of 45o. a bushel! Ooe ps-
irioiio inaiviaaai lurmsnea boot to the uovern
meet, th soles of which were stuffed with ns
per ana shavings! Some lucky one who was
out worth a dollar on the 1st 01 Marsh, drew
out of bank $79,000 on the day tbe Quarter
master left. Aa express company is said to
bave received $500 per gnn f.r fifty heavy gnns
shipped as ordinary freight, when tbe railway
companies wonld bar been glad to get 6O0.
per cat. fjr tbe same, the guct baring laid nae-
lets on tbe gronnd ever since. Jobbery la
provision contracts, swindling In arms, clothing
contracts, and almost everything else. Tbe
friends of Fremont say that these are malicious
representations oi tbe less lortnnate indlvlda
els who failed to get their florer Into the na
tional pocket; W hatever may be tbe facta, tbe
people are promised some startling exposures by
the result of the investigating committee,
whoso attention will be given to tbe matter at
once. ... i i'.
i Tbe Pbilsdtlpbia Prttt, another Admin is tra
tion organ, has a St. Louis correspondent, who
writes as follows:
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 15, 1861.
GENERAL FREMONT'S PLANS TO CAPTURE PRICE.
My letter of tbe 1st con tab an intimation
that yon might hear Irom me again, with reier
eoce to the regal state in whloh onr military
commander lire and moves, aod the lavish ex
penditure of tbe publio money by Government
officials. But events . have since transpired
more worthy ot Immediate attention, aod to
wblcb tbe subjects above Indicated mutt, for the
present, give place. .
Upon too Ian 01 Lexington, me Dress ot Bt.
Louis, controlled by Gen. Fremont, undertook
to quiet the publio mlud by asserting that tbe
omiftion to reinforce Col. Mulligan wonld in
the end prove advantageous to the Government;
at Gen. Fremont would cat off Price's retreat,
turroond him st Lexington, and cither cat him
to pieces or fores him to en aDoondltional tor
render. This promise of a speedy annihilation
of tbe rebel general and his command, was her
alded lax aod near by tbe corps of newspaper
correspondents who accompany Fremont in bis
march; and, do doubt, succeeded in postponing
any dsfinlte action by the Cabinet at Washing
ton on the General's ease. But tboee of our.
Union men woo had measured the calibre of
Price And Fremont, entertained no such hope,
but confidently predicted that Price would alio
through his hands, and this prediction bss bees
fully verified! lor rrue is on bis retreat to tbe
Southwest, and At leaat ten days In advance of
tbe Grand Army of tbe West. "I
Tbe escape ef rrioe adds one more blunder
to tbe already extended list. . instead ef send
Ing his army forward to 8edalia by railroad, and
by a lorceu marcn oi two days, encamping at
warrensDnrg, immediately in tbe rear of rrlce,
Fremont remained with a large Dortion of bis
army a week at Jefferson, City, end another
week at iipton. ana or uis oeiav trave frlce
ample time to fall back in tbe direction of Ar
Kansas, ana escape wita bis enure army.
THE SUMMER CAMPAIGN IN MISSOURI.
t Thus ends the summer esmpelgo In Missouri.
by no means creditable ta the Federal arms,
and only remarkable for tbe fact that It indi
cates conclusively the utter incapacity of Gen
Fremont to take charge of a military command.
No one doabto ble patriotism or loyalty, bnt
blsanfitness for a military leader Is too apparent
lor any earn, ana tne sooner be is lupertedea:
tbe eooner will rebellion meet Its reward lo
Missouri. Price Is tonal In energy, tod far his
to perl or In intellect, shrewdness, and tbe pow
er to command and control large bodyef
mea. - lie. moreover, baa a thorough knowledge
ef the eoantry, and tbe people who Inhabit it;
While rremoat is ignorant ot noto, ana refutes
lo receive Infer nation when tendered to blm by
tbe prominent Union men of tbe State. -
GEN. FREMONT'S REGAL HABITS.
'
Muoh has been Bald la the pablie jonrnele
about his silly attempts to ape the habits and
customs of foreign courts, ana while I have no
disposition to allude to them, as mattets of se-
rioojreproacn, yet is may oe uteiul as - indicat
ing the mental status of the man. , , r
AU treat men exhibit' some oeonUar weak
ness of character, and if Gen. Fremont can be
classed In that category, his consist in a fever
Ish apprehension that tbe world will aever dis
eorec iii grtatates... The winning ef few
battles over ft all - tarred ana bare loo ted rebeu
would scarcely perpetuate his same hevood a
dosea ceceradont; bat If he oould catabkeh
imperial eonit la she Western wuoa thai wotua
eclipse those ef the most polished nations of
Kurope, who knowe eat waat a Hioesaaa year
hence his name might All the largest page of
history T ,Tbe idea le certainty novel, if U poe
soseee no other merit, and our general seiied it
with an appetite that would bare done credit to
tbe vtiaeat ana most oooceitta ywewsaw
i In a rr.iwlnr eltt like St. Louis, of ene nna
dred and sixty tbeusaod.inbabStaots, U is .at
nuuaual to find men, who, from In Jos try and a
tita hf amlrltv.' have . acsnmnlaUd ins-
jneaee fortunes. Assong those wm Colonel
Brsnt, an old end much esteemed eltlieo. who
in the latter part of bis Ufa, a many bars done
before him, conceived the' idee of buildin a
palatial residence, that would not only be an or
nament to tbe oity, but ssrvs ss e monument
to perpetuate his memory.- No money was
spared In Its erection, and I best) v on It ao
empty compliment, when 1 aat It I hot suroea.
ed (n grandeur bv the mention of anv noble-
en In England. ' It waa ranted r Ganswal
Fremont at from six to ten thousand dollars per
annum, end Is occupied br htm aa his head.
quarters, while many of our largest and most
oosUy dwellings are Vacant for want of e tenant
at nve hundred. ' - , -
FREMONT AND HIS BODY GUARD.
Ths next steo In the nMimm, in uhk i
lish a body guard of three hundred picked men, j
which was done without regard to ihi tender
feelings of Uncle Sam's treasury. , These men
are mounted on tbe finest steeds the eonntry
could furnish, and each guard has a uniform
more OOStly than A Briradier-Gmeral's. It ia
ssld that tbe caps cost from twelve to fifteen
dollars m piece. If yon have no ooosotenUont
soraples against betting, I will wager yon pair
of premium boots that- honest old Abe never
wore a bat lo bis life that cost over five. Tbe
General never leaves tbe palace, not even to go
a half dozen squares without being eooompaaled
by bis body guard. Prince Nanoleon while hare
called upon tbe General, and rode to the palaoe
in a oommon back aoaocompanted by any save
one of his salts. Tbe call was oromoilv re
turned by tbe General. surronnded bv hia entire
body guard, much to tbe amusement of the boys
and the obstruction of the publio hlghwsy. . ;
GENERAL FREMONT'S LOVE FOR STEAMBOATS.
Another elrcnmstance will serve to Illustrate
the love of show so predominant in onr general:
Yon havs heard of the fleet of eight msgolficsnt
steamers cbsrtcred by the General to take blm
and a part or bis command to Cairo. Three
would have taken tbe entire force, but eight
wu deemed necessary to make en imposing dis
play, and astooikb the natives who inhabit the
log-cabins on tbe Father of Waters. . ! -The
fleet wm anchored opposite the city, aod
only awaited the presence of the General to
start opon Its mission. A carriage (the Identi
cal one that conveyed the Prince of Wales
through onr street), drawn by two black
borses, wss sent to tbe Palace for lbs General.
but the furn ouf did not comport, with the dig
nity ot his position, and an order was immedi
ately sent to tbe livery stable for two additional
horses of tbe same mettle and color, which was
promptly compiled with, and bis Excellency
drawn to tbe boat by four gay chargers. i
These exhibition of personal vanity might,
to some extent, be overlooked If the txpeim was
borne by tbe General, but, unfortunately, tbe
Din nas to do looted by Uncle Sam, wbo.yon
know, is by no means aa flush as in formsr
times; Indeed, It is even birted that, at times,
tbe old gentleman Is a little short of morket
money. ; j
GENERAL FREMONT'S SECLUSION.
the will
also serve to illustrate his character act! fitness
aa a military leader. I allade to bis almost Id'
variable habit of secreting himself from the
public eye, even to tbe exclusion of tbe most
prominent union men or tne weet, who call
npon him to Impart valuable information. Gen
eral Fremont came here totally Ignorant of the
character and magnitude of ths rebellion in
Missouri. If I am not misinformed, he bad
not been la the State for filteeo years. Under
tne circumstances, a prudent ana sxgeolou
Gsnsral would have freely advhieed and oon-
eultsd with prominent men from difforant local
ities, ana gathered the lntormatian which ha
needed, and whloh was eo eeeenilal to hie eno
oees. But not so with General Fremont, for he
closed his door against all such Intruders, and
it any one succeeded in reaching bl august
presence, it waa through the grace of God, aod
tbe peciai presumption ot tbe usoeral's Stan,
GEN. FREMONT'S TREATMENT OF GOV. GAMBLE AND
HON. JOHN S. PHELPS.
A ft examples by way of Illustration! Ham
11 ton R. Gamble, our prominent Provisional
Governor, Is an eminent lawyer, of large wealth,
ana commanding innaence throughout tbe State.
Though a Whig in principle, be was elected bv
ah overwhelming rote of the State ae lodge of
our Supreme Court, and by his judicial associ
ates selected as tbe presiding justice. Subse
quently, be was elected a delegate from ibis
county to tbe Convention called by a secession
Legislators to drag Miesrari out ot the Union.
Judge Gsmble became the prominent man of
toe Convention, and, by reason of bis well
known loyalty and admitted ability, was select
ed by the Convention as tbe Provisional Gover
nor. As Governor of tbe state, he deemed It
bis duty to call on Gen. Fremont, with the view
of effecting a Joint notion on tbe part of the
reaerai ana Btite authorities in putting down
tbe rebellion. He did caU, aod, after passing a
file of . soldiers, reached tbe basement hall.
where he was permitted to stand until he could
receive sn answer to his card. An hoar elaps
edno answer came, and the Governor picked
np bis broad-brimmed hat and made a baaty re
treat to his hotel. : Tbe Bon. John 8. Poelps,
now aod for fifteen years past a member of Con
gress from the Springfield district, In this State,
and, sineetbe war, commander of a large Union
Home Guard, had valuable information to Im
part ts the General.. He called at the place at
7),MII, and sent his card from the basement
hail. After waiting an hour tbe reply came,
stating that -the General had retired, but would
see Major Phelps the next morning. The Ma
jor waa prompt to the appointed time, and, la re
sponse to bit second card, waa miormed that Me
jor-General Fremont was engaged- ,
GEN. FREMONT AND THE UNION MEN.
Now you would hardly suppose that, after
these rebolu, any man, without bull doc Mur
age, wonld have ventured on a similar experi
ment; bnt men do not always profit by tbe ex-
fierience of others.' They have la New York,
f not In yonr city, swindling dsns called snecx
ewed'eas, and so pestiferous had they become
tbal the Mayor baa detailed special policemen
to stand by the door with a placard in hand, so
on which were printed, ia large letters, tbe
words, "Beware ef Mock Aaotloas-". .Yst,
notwithstanding tbls precaution, many innocent
persons ventured in, and were victimised, , So
with Gov. Testes, of Illinois, wbo oaae to see
the General on special bosiness connected with
tbe war, and many others, including generals,
colonels, member of (togrese, etc. The fate
of Gamble and Phelps had no terror for them.
and they ventured in and ventured out again,
without seeing his Roytl Ui$kmm; This silly
attempt to ape royalty among a people wbo
have been raised to venerate a oublloan
form ot government, bat thoroughly disgusted
all sensible men. . , : .. . - -
The Union men of Missouri, wbo bave brone
the brunt of the rebellion here, andwho have
risked their property and lives to maintain the
authority of the Uovernment, will bave noth
Ing more to do with him. He bat refused their
co-operation, and tbey wiU new, leave him to
paddle bis own canoe. : .. -g, .v t- ; .
' .tt .1 .1 1.1 -. TYT ... J u
' Al Buiuoniiee at tv Bsoiogwa.arw wm:
mined to keep alive the rebellioa In Missoeii,
they can adopt no method ao eaeotnai as Beep
ing Fremont lo.oommand ef the Department of
tbeWeM.. At Uas,tie Urns settled oonvlo
JUNIUS.
ET A London oomspondant says that "the
nnhapoy relations that xist boteeoa the Pi la
ae Roval of Eogland end tbe hatbaad seleot.
ed for her by the laws which regulate royal al
liances, have now become ae well known thai
le die to remain longer reticent opoa the sub
Jeet. It is stated that thaoiroumttaaee baa oo-
easionea tne uvenett coaeera u tne most dutia
gulshed household In tho land, and thai ae paloa
bave been, spared to make repreeentationB
ths quarter to whloh aa appeal might he sup
posed to have some weight. -. That royal alii.
aaoes,ae at present eosdMted.iheuld terminate
unhappily, cannot be a matter of surprise, bat
tbe Prince oi Prussia, from his youth ead appa
rent frankaese and sender, gave promlee
proving aa exception to tbe general run ef Ger
man brlnoeetils reepeet.fi. u-tJ , J.j.
(( , ' . to n ii i i n w';.t
t '' eoMiBB Flcwemos KlfihtloaJe Is eo sorloatly
TU as to preclude aU hope of her recovery. .
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One et the largest aad lest fclMtsd JumttV
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BTBR OPTBBED IN THIS OITTI
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House Builders' Fornisiiinga
Of" BVBRT BTTLB AND Q0A1ITY.' ,
r reach at Aaterlcaa
VtrirtcJio w . olcuBfii i
:' ' ' ' PAINTS GBOTJND IN OIL, '
tad pat p la half pound cant for family a, aad Dry
, Paint in talk. . .
brushes of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Atsortmsnt of ,
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, eto. .
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, o- "
FISHING TACKLE.
ROPE At CORDAGE
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. ;.'
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W EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
' AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, etc..
' SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
especially Invite th attention ef all interested to my
stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
' MILVEK PLATED fOKKSJ,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, &c.,
ef HOQEBRh A BRO'S. Manufacture, warranted to be
extra heavy, Electro-Plated, on genuine Albatta.
Country Merchants, Mechanic, and other, ar Invited
i call and examine ay Block, a I am prepared tear II
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Solumbua, Ohio, May U, 1W0.
GREAT CUBE.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND '
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatiim, Gout and Bearalgia,
AND A SURE CUBE POR ,
'All Mercurial Diseases.
It I a conveniently arranged Band, containing a med
icated (ompoand, to be worn a round the Walat, without
tnjnry to tbe meet delicate person ; no Chan re ia habits
ot tiring la required, and it entirely remeree th dl
ease from the system, without producing th Injurious
effect arlatnx from th ns of powarfoi Internal audi-
Once, which weaken sad destroy the constitution, aod
Eve temporary rsitet only. By thi treatment, the mod
irislpropertleeeonuirjed la the Band com la eoolaot
with th blood and reach lb disease. Ihrouiih the norci
ef the to In, effecting hi eeery Instance perfect core,
and restoring the parts afflicted to a bealihy oeodKioa.
Ths) Band la all a moetpewerful Ajm-MaacoaiAX aawnt,
and will enUrely rellere the system (roa ihtymmoiomt
tracts o( Mercury. Moderate ease ar eurrd in lew '
days, aad we are eoaetsntly rocetveng Ustiinoatol ef Its
eitteeey to arrravatad eaaMcf long standing.
raica UW. to be bad of Pragglst gBrally, er can
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to any part of the country direct from the Principal
Oflkos, -
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G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors. -N.
Descriptive Circular Bent Pree.
A. J. BeOU ELL BB to BO!. Dscwetrre. Aeswra No.
S77 S. High Bt bet. friend and Meaad, Ooinmbm, 0.
IE7 A are ate Wanted Evorywhoro.
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PROF. Li. MILLER'S
HAIR : IllVIBORATOR
An IffectlTe, Sate and- Xeonomloai
' k Componnd,
fOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR ,
Te It original color without dyeing, aad preventing
Hair Brum taralnf gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
Aadeaitaf tt,whaonhrem th least parttele of vftsJI
.: j . . . e reaaperatl eaargy laaatoiagk
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUK '
- AadallBmnoaetin ef the Bealp. -
rOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR. ' 1 ;
lamarung to It aa nneqaled glos and brilliancy, makln
Iteoftaadcilkp to It taxtars, aad seating It t ctu)
readily. - .......
I ha great celebrity aad Ineiwaetag dmd for this a.,
dquatod preparation, convince th protwmtor that an
trial a only ninsmry to satisfy a diacerning public of 1W
Mperior qualiUa. eree any ether ptopaeatlea to a.' It '
rts the head and enlp trosa daadreA" aad ether
eataneoBS dies, oaasing the hair to grew laxerianUy ,
giving It nan, (en, giosey ana b.xidi appearance, an
alas, whorethehair lelooeenrngand thinning, It will sit '
strsagth and vlaetW she note aBd restore the growth t
hoe part which have Sworn bald, eaasiaf lite yield i.
rath oorarlng of hair
There are bandied ot radios and gestlemea In New
Terk who have bed their hair restored ay the ess et tha '
InriroraSar. when aU ether rajeraUaaibar.rul. k. '
hi. aat ta hat pomemlon letun laaamarabts emtiortog
to tbe above net, from persos of th highest c edaeeia- j
Mtitr. It will eeectaally prevent tbe hair (rom turniag .
naUl th la teat period r lttj aad ta teen wneretbe hair
ha already hanged laeoto, toe am ef ta lorijrsaalor
win with crawly restore it lo it to IU original hue. air
ing it a dark, gleeey eppeaisumn-A a perfame for the
toUetanda llalr Besteratlrt U le particularly -mended,
baring aa agreeable fragrance; and toe great (a- ,
etiltta tt eCerde tn drsming eh heir, which, when moist
with the tavtgerator, ana b Sr. mid at any, aegatred '
tormeHtopiMewalUplaoawB4arpltnrsrtaara i
bene th great demand (or it by th ladies a etandard ,
toilet article which none ought to be wiikoaLa Ih Brio
paws 11 wttam the reach e( all, heme
i"" ' ""Only Twenty-lit Cent :v
MrhotUa. to be bad at all reepeetabU Dnwglttaaad,
... ... - perfemen. '
I'MTLLIB weaVl call th attenOceof Partati'and '
Owardwame to ef hto Invtgoraeor, In eases where '
tea ahiUreaa hair iodines U to weak.. The oat eg a
kxjs the roBBdatieo kr sgoo( Amis' Aaar, a II to- :
more any hnparittot that may have base mo eoeoeoted
With th scalp, the moral ef which I sostamry both 1
tnr th healta ef toe toat, end She fatore ppaaraao of
ialr.v .....nr. ,. .i ., ; - t
04tmo.-HoB gesuiD without the lae-aUalh LOFrB
MILLBB aelg the eater wrapper) abw, L. MIL- 9
isri bU1,WTJWBATOB,1i. v., wowa la the
''wUtoalS epet.M twp etreet, ead sold by all 'the'1
erincirai aaas Drmmtam shrMtat ih world
Ijiewa) Sn"" r-""""!"""!
.1 1 aaa Smtre to pre to She Amsrmta Publie my -
rtw m xxnovxD - atuaritson '
j LIQUID :i!Aln DYtV' '
which, afte year ef geteatlne experi-wmtfiig, I awe
broaeht t porfmtloa. It e Black , Biwwb tostanslp ,
witbtiutinJurrteUie Bsir er la warranted, the beet .
erttotoaf eM ktad ta eajatoaee.
,.;rRicrs, only 9 cms."; V.,';
Depot," Dcy Et, Kcw York
otettttAvir.

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