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VOL. VIII NO. 121, NEW'SERIES. "! 'tlOLUMB
IK DOLllES fIZ OiATaT"
larariAblj la jLiraner,'
DAILY. TEI-WEtJXT AED EEZII
MAMYPENNY & MILLER,
. - "vy
Cr,0fflM,X. 16, SVaad 40,otth High. It
'tlltUI TeTVARIABLT Ht ASTANOA. J.
". rlt. . 18 00 Pryar
Br tU CMrrUt, iat week, 13 Mnu
frl-Waikl - I 00 per year.
4-V. V. X 00-
WVOaAJj , - WW i
ermi of .vertUIng ny the Square.
nt nun 1 j ki ; . . 39 09
One moi.tbs 18 09
3d Smooth 1J U0
3n ' Smooth 10 00
iat month- : 8 00
0n'."'!'l month, I SO
On tqunt I week. .$4 00
On: " 8 weeks.. 1 00
On lweok... 175
On ' ' 8deyt. 100
On ( :' Iday,,. 75
On . .".I I Insertion SO
Displayed advrtitiBnl hIf mor than tb ebov
te. . , .
Advertisements leaded And placed Is th eollma of
Special Notice," eVmW IK4 ordinary rat. - I
All uvtle reqelrwo to b publlehed by law, legal nM
If ordered on th Inside exclusively (ter th flrat week
per MDl, mora than the above nt; but 1 1 such oil
' appear In theTH-Weekly wltlwuteharr. .
notifies Card , not exceeding fir line, per year, la
ill, "0Mr Dim I en 11 do 1J i
Notice of meeting, thnriUble octtilM, ftra oomeule
te., hilf prlro. . - f. i i .
All tranm$ adrUttmmt Muf b paid or n
dinKMi f 1 rolwlll not b rl4 from.
Weekly, wnw piie u the Doll, whr thdTrtlM.
the Week lrlon. Wher rh Daily and Wekl
rhnthnd, then tb charg lor lb Wekly will bt
till the mtet of th Dallr .-... n .
No adTenhmnent taken except (or definite pAloi.
BUSINESS CARDS.
. F. A. B. ElMXHSS,
Attorney txt XiAccr
AND MOTA&Y PUBLIC. - . ..
Ofllo Aaibo flolldlng, Opporit Capitol Bqnar.
, I OOLDHBDB. OHIO.
J3L'm OOEORNB,
Attorney & Coansellor at Law,
' MARION, OHIO.
. OOIjTTJklllUa
Machine Manflfacturing Company
STEAM:ENGLNS & boilers
ALIO,''
JELaHvocuX Worls
of init snournon.
. . , . . COLVIUBVM, OHIO. .
0HAI. AHBOS. Bop'l.
, P. AUP.09, tnu.
aeu, tcuo-u
1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
OoiBMttigatOreitlln with lb FIfT8BDROII, 7T.
' - watni ei OBIOaoo Railroad i
far rUMwrgk, PkOaddpkia and BaUimort. Jlto
for fori Way and CTUettgo-
Connecting at 01Tlaaa wlib the LAK1 BUOai KAIL
BOAD 1
ft Dunkirk, nuial, Albany, B
it ;.j .Mn 4 Bp w larlte.
!
THREE IRALNS DAILY,
klCKPT BtTlIDAT,-
. from doltmbae, In aoantctloa with trshuoa th i
LITTLE inlAiril AND COIVBIBVS
AHB X lib IA HA ILHOAIW, '
flBBT TRAIS ' ;
HIOHT BXPR88. Leayee Colombo at S.40 A.M
will leaea paaeeugeTe at alntaiton aoatb of Osll a
atop at- Dclaear. Ashley, Carding tun and Oil-ad, aao
at all stations north of Oatlon, arriflng at Olerelaad
alt-On A. a Donkirk i(X P. fct. VuOala 4 Si 9. u.
. Albany S M A. M., New lora 8.3J A. M.. Boston B10
P. M , Ptttsbarab Tie OreetUa l.tO P. If , Phlladal
.... kbailO A. M. Cblcag U Orcaillo at 7t0 S. U. .
.-. . i..y .: ... i INCOND TRAIN. . r ' '
? " Mllt'TORK IIPRBrj Leaee Oolamho at 11:10
. . m- Will stop alUwIt Centra, (for whit SalpkBr
' Springs), Delaware, Cardlngtoo, Oalioa Crestline, ehl
b,bsw LoidoB, Wllintoa and Grafton, arrire al
Okreiaad at 1:31 p. m.; Donkirk, HM p. m. Hai-
fa lor IwtloV v -t Albany, m. at.; Nsw Vaik, 144
p.au VU)n,4;e0p. m This Train onnott 8hl
by far feendd-ky, aaa at (liafion lor Toledo, arrlring at
rSMlaait:wp. at. m i-- m... j,
' THIRD TRADf.
llTt, AKB AOCOMMOBATION Uare Ooluabn
at 130 p. at. Will Mup at all atatloa loath ol
Bbelhy, and ar New (.ondoa, lllngtoa, . draftoa,
i Bad bsrea; arriving atJkrrlsnd at r:io p m Don
klik, x:t0e. .; Boff.lo,!). m.; Albany, H0 p.m.;
Ilea York, 730 p au; Boston. 11:45 p m.t PI teborgn.
yaUre.tlteei UJp.m. Philadelphia. 1:00 p. a-,
Chicago, eiaOrtetllue, 0:45 a m. Ihi Train Cunoeen
at ebtiby for Sandaaky and tolado, arriring at Toledo
at 6:U d.
"Patent fileepitij Can arc ran on all
Sight Tiaina. to Cnicago, Saur !
Yoik and Boiaan.
Sanaa ChxJud AroevA M JrW Tori mud Botion
M luwMd,' eueo, a, rtuaatipMa ana
n 5I V c 1' iwie vreewpwe
RETURNING. "..V ' V
IgMtrprseesrrlTe at Colombo! t... 11:15 P. kf.
ir ClneiBBktlxprn arrive at Ootambas at 10.50 A. M
Aocoauiiodailoa txpr arrival at Colombo el 7:50
. .
Tara a !. ma f aaratber Baate.
lit for Twira) via CttiUtor Ontiand, '
;.. t . 1 . 1.1 , ,; , i
.... b , . .,.-.., 1. 8, fLlPT. . , '
jIUUI v J r. 4l .BperiBttnat, ClTIand,t)Jil4.
jAMPAaR).Ageni.7.
. . . v. . Celumone, Ohio.
"BoWaihai, lata r.'IBOl. ' ri' r I
7
4
or, I
a , . . Jam Reeolvadl t '
" -, I
BJLACI
aa nr. cii URtfci ana
1UU TfcAS lOO ban prime Rio Cea
.Sa4 pookataold DBtalfcOuvemmant Jeea-Calea.
10 Bag ueyion uonee
IflU bx. Lajer Nanlns.'
: SO hi. boa de . do rv
' IOO or. boa da
IOO all
I U If ere, dl9rot brands and grade
....... u: m aa..ni
aori7.
WM. bcDOMAIiH.
io 'ivi i.M,i C..,.i.lLLE Y,!, I
' aind, Claak-BooB Ma&alkntarer,;
.1 ITffOaTB aUOH RXZXT, C01.0aj01i.0ll0
Wl" antv lfl r--- m-. ,
Ked,Wliiic and'BInc1,
bl jMMAi-
-TNBIiAJPiraa.
f 1 1 XJ C aJlicoeb.
i.l, i -id JUDBOI1S.
,7-.') M I" rt - 1?.,1 toU'S W4..uin.WIyKB).
NECK 1 1E. - .iiuii 1
' W6pwio4l',i4" ty.t-'K.i-w.-V! !
...,r. ., . -',f .ia-4.i..i BAIN at SON,
' ?jU',,a'' " 1 af a a.tk nis .mat
9Unm. MIO.H. r',1 ' T -
A
MOtlf BtVlllT,
nv Jtut reoefed a aewareif aTTllOOP IKIRTI
, aaiabedtoaevABaarlar aaparter taaay pat Inlreduoad
Ota. . i -si 1.111 ..fVII J
... Auu.-uxa Jut, in. t.U ilea
(Mbbl. sunoar watm augara, eoaoieung at raw
' , , drtd,Chr ashed, eiranolaied A and B QsJTea...
id qoiniBii eoorge bang Codnsh. r ,
t- sf ;Obbl. Met and No. 1 aec-!.
U 4 A tea. Pick aalrnon 1 . , . t. .
ttmut, d'41 eUoea at .al
tihnd
t
.
m
WOROii:aTlR'd ; I
nUIALyUAHIUUlljimNAKl.
The lateit The li.rreflt-.Tha Beit
xao VAeapen eoOM tp am.
The Dleii Bellabu
tandard
An
thoritf ( tb Eaflion LancnaR.
Sim OmdrtS fmitumi Eduoatort of OMo.
"tDB BKST JSQLIBB DICTION ABV IITAST."
tarn Mm Mumuhtr.
"Bait T IBward of a Bandied Tboiuand Word.
whoee mnlUfarlua anaolnir and darleatloB. toeetbee
witn met correct peiilag, ua pronanaauon art oieorij
aetbdon tb .'
Mtoi tin DtcUkm if the Umbtrt of OMo BtoU
JKKJUT t AHOOt Mo.
1 Th onderilued, BeOiben ofth Ohio llat Teacher'
AnooUtlon. adont and aba Mooola Machlnr. arltlne
end peklnir, the vbo(raph aa nronanoiatloo ol
Woroetter' Hoval Quarto Dlotlonar and ae noet eor
dlally reeommend It a th moat reliant standard aa
moriti of tb Ineluh laocaue. a It It now wrttwa ana
pokOf
Loam Aoiw, Pratldent Kenyon College.
M 0 Lawrrr, (apbrlntendent Zeneayill Beheol.
Tiioa. W. U.aear. aop't Mawtlon Daloa Boh-ol.
M. f. Cowoaai, Bnp't Publio School, Baodniky.
Jonn Lmca. Mbb'i rnMIe Bchoole. OtroloTille.
B. N. Biro, Principal C fere land remtle Bemlna-
TJ t - . . - .... J b '
wu, MrrcaiiL. ioo't Pnbllo Bchool. Ht. Union.
JouOaoH. rrbiainal atata Normal School. Mtnn-
Otbo Huoi. Princlnel Tnnrth Intermediate School,
Cincinnati. ..!
H. I. HiiTia, Bap't Canton union BchooW. "
Idwib Kastu Principal HcNeely Normal School.
Ku T. Ttrr.a, Prof. Hatheauto, Ohio Uolrertlty.
W a W. KowaBB, Bop't Troy Colon School.
A. 0. Dorsim. Prtooiual Wert High School, Oler
land. . '
I. A. Nortok. Anoclit Principal nigh School, cicrr
mod
Tatoooii Inauna,' Principal High Bchooi, uier
and.
E. t. Evairroa, Principal Clereland Inttltot.
I. A. OaarutLO, Pmident of Ilaotie Inrtlla:, Bl
ram.
W L naia, Prof, of OhenJlrtry, Ohio Wefleyao
OnlTertlty.
11. u. Babhwt, lz-0mmlloMrof Oommoo School.
unto.
. Jala Moraoa, Prof. OietorVe, Oberllo Collega,
Tnoe. Hiix Prealitenl Aotloeb Oollere.
.0. W 11. Oatbwabt, Prof. alatbaullci Big)
school Daytoa.
8. 0. OuMaaooa, Prof. Language, High School
uayina.
8. It. Baaaaa, Sapl Crloa School, Aihlad.
Hon aVi Sim Bwmfrf ofAer PmdmU of CbJU
ova, Prufiuort. JulAuri and DUUnyultJUd Sdudf
tort. Aim, xiFMa IM abom tvnHnwnl.
PRESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN OHIO.
M iiarTe Oouaaa 'It la truly a magnlflseot work
an honor to th antbor, t pabllabtr, and tb whole
eoantry." rraeMeoi Andrew. r
On ffaautaa Clrrf -'lt exceed Bay eipecta
(loo. It will be my raid la orlhof r.pbj and proBBD
etatioa. and will oftca b ooneelled by aw for b naa
and Mcom deBnltione," Piatidenl Thuaiptoa. .
W, R. IdBOTic Coiuaa. "neretofxr wo hT Bef
warater arttuxrauhi. At a recent meetini or
laenlty.lt wa. fleet ed to ehanee It to conform to thai
of W. .router' koyal Q oar to I)icUonary." Pmldani
uaroeld.
' ffunu Ecxxti Ooivaa. "I And It worthy ol
aordial approbation," free loenl Hitobooek.
Oaaaua Cou.". "It mora thin meet my expeeta
loot. I reoiiaimend It aa th itaadard eothoritr li
orthoepy to aa childrea and my popll." Preeidenl
organ. . . .-
Arnorja Ootxaaa.Ht adoet and aha to aa la teach
log, writing and (peaking, the orthography and pronau-
ciauoa r Worcester jtoyal ttoano JJIonooary.'
Fmldtnt Hill. V
"In all my writing, aneaklnr. and teaching, I bar en
dearored to oonform to tb rale for ortlography ant.
pronunciation a contained In- Worociter Ulcuonary.
Uorace Mana, late fretUlen.
Kuctob OoLLaaa. Oiaiiia '1 mort cordially recom
mnnd It ae tha meet fallible standard aathorltf of th
Knillib langoag at It I sow wrllten and ipoken."-
rieaioBi Andrew. ( ' '
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Vwaa Rn. Anton 8myt. CommUtitnmf. of Oommo
"Th DtcUonar U an lmprlhabl aonnaant to U
'earning and Indos'ryof Us aothor, and aa honor to th.
world ol letters, in eiec nan leal axcobuob lar aop
)'ialatd" t . , ,
, n n tw n " - a .
Mooit M V Mo. ' '
'Th moat rellabl itaadard authority of the bua-
gaaga." t
r , ' , m; .WAT THi
Xjeadins U"JWBXapra of Ohio Bay.
' Jrom tU Olovttand BtraU of JfowvABS.
The arthnrmnhe of the Worcester Dwilooar a th
aA he not. If not all aothor ol distleettoa bl tbli
ooBotry and Bngland. tnd eon form to the general Utajt
uf ordinary wrtlers tno tpeaaera. '. ,
kunii Dreiadlces ma nar exieiea preeioaiv,
aarafnl.tnde nf this tolum will Inrartably be lollowei
by a Warm appreeuuioB of it great aerita, and aeslr.
to add It to Uie well seiecioa nnrary, ee large or snan
IliaallhrBr loltetlf. and will remain an lapertaha
bl raoord or th learning al km compiler.
from tit Ondnnat Ommtroial of Apr 80.
Here ardaDtrarda of a hundred thousand word good
bad and Indigsrent whoee maltlfarloa meaning snc
oVerivatlooa, together witb their correct .pel ling and pro
nunciation, ara set elearlv Be tor ine ay ine wore 11
anoaeattonabiy tb gnatcat Tbeatnra of InglUh Word,
ver pubiunwd. , 1
fromtkClflad FlaimdMltr ofSrpi, SO. IBM-
BvMentry W oar-are 's Rot at Qnaaro DtoTtoHaav i
nri ealv (As UuU rt (Ae emwr wort or ucna seer w
ewed. end can by no pom.bulty tuner by oompariaea 01
oonuoToray. . . , r
from VU ToUdo Biad of IT. B9.
A to raoaoxouTio, WoacesTta is tb STaanair
followed by onf best anthem kt aefinlilooe he mare
aothlng to be drrlred and hi OaTaoaaamv it a sufllclen
to say thai woac-arta can na aaiey ioiiowm.
INGIIAffl dV BHAOG, '
Pnbllabera, Baekaelera AcStatlaaere.
NO 101 BUPIBI0R 87, CLIVBLAHD, OHIO,
aait
1 1 1 ' F 1 ' . ....
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
' AW - . ' r
luE'Hsurance xohpany,
"T&oxro'a.TrJs.f KTa J.
UlTldana J an a a 17 1, 186 1 4. For Cea t
ASaiTft. ..811230 so
tiuttanianl Jannarw 1, iget,
Balanea, per Italeeaent Jan. 1st, 18C0.....3,l,59f 8k
Baosl'Od for Preeitum aar .
ing tb lear mo. M.7l.o3 M
Beatlred for Inierett during
the yaar lWl....j bis vi w . . -A
Total- recelp -for- lP60....nr77,v7 7
PtNOIalanby Dath,i,uu uu
Paid rollele tunea-
. dertd 41.111 W
aid. Kalariea,, Po-t- '
ag. Tax, ,az
ChaBgOA ..'-. ttrSSO Si
Paid Oumalaeion to "
trtta,ravi,.i 81,S98 38 '
fald PhyeteUn lee. S WM 75
Paid Aonaltlee. ' 1.517 00"
Pakt. DiwMlA-wU Am , c r
v.:
log tb year .10CU00 73 309,091 83 4U,07( 14
' Vat Balaao January lrt. 1861......,...31eiS1S58 St
' ASBBTS. 1 '
6ub aa' hanj... V.. .".... 89,8964 It
Sonde and Murtgaon Real '
B.uto, wortaj obie tb
' ameaBi loaoed-.u..s.ni. I,S7341 88,
Premiam Notes, aa. Poliele
la forea, only drawing I par r
eent. Intereeb 1,579 HA 17
Real Beta a 90 HQS 7
lMaMMtip.M.-i-.M.M UtU. 44
Premlama, NetaeaadOaaa. ia
' -1
of tranimiiilop.... 43.343 7S
a Total iMt.. ........ RBU.Jll
t ,57 rollel la for, lomrlnf. . . . i,,4 86il3S
1.43S new Polldw bar been knaed daring lb year,
' 'After b careful celeolatloa af th preeent vai of Uh
ialetaadlng Poliele of lb Company, and baring tbt
noaaeiry awaowaw 10 roeerre uasraiur, we tnreoton
bar declared Pivibwwb of 43 pr sent, on th Pram)
urns natd at the table rate, to all poltda for Mr la force
baled prior to January I, IiJ0, payabi aceording to tha
present ml of th Company-' - ' -.
Rate tor all kind of Lit Coatlngtneiea, Prope
as, Btatomanta, and-Applications, will b luralehed
witrost caaaet, at lb OUc or Agenel of tb Com
paay.. ". .
ROBT. L. PATTRRSON, President.
t - hi o, eeWVBB, VioePreeldent, -
' BBRft CHILLS R, Beeremry.
t '-rm .-,--- a
V . ..-.. I. ..
VarchSR, Kt, ,
U. H.leCNUK, Aomt,
lie. dejanaoa uiock.
Oolumbot, O,
Ti L A I IB
A N IB- riSI'HBD BLACK
1 1 DRBnS 8ILKB, af even grade
Tb al seUsw
aiaartnaat la lb aity, aad at mm reeat'bable ratee.
BAIN A BON,
, I
Km-lf led.
Si'
.
gCrofula?or Kind's Evil.
ia a constitutional discus, ft corruption of Jio
blood, by which. thi Uiid become vitiated,
weak, nnd noor. lk-inn in tho cireulotioru H
pervades tho wholo bodv, and may burst out
iadiscoso on any part of it No orfjitn U free
from its attacks, nor i there ono which it may
not destroy, Tho scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial discaso, lour living, dis-
oracrcu or nniicatiny ioou, inipuio u, uuu
and iiltliy habits, tha dcprcsBing viocir and,
ubove oil, by tho venereal infection. What
ever bo it origin, it is hereditary In tho con.
dilution, desccndmi " from parents to children
unto tho thirtl find fourth generation ; " indeed,
it suctns to bc.llii roilot Jinn wlvo aays, "1
will visit the iniquities of tho fathers upon
their children." i .. ' T
lis eifects coiiiiiicucc bv deposition from tho
blood, of corrupt or-ulcerous matter, whitln In
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, ia termed
tubercles ; in tho glands, swellings; and on
thd snrfncp, eruptions or sores, l'hht foul cor
ruption, wliii.h eciider in the blood, dcnroissas
the cntTpes of lil'p, no that scrofulous constitu
tions not only Milfrr fiom serofulou com
plaints,, hut they lrhvc'luc ls power J) with
ttaml the nltuak ol otucr uiseases; cense-
Tiviitly vas.t iiumbcrg perish br tsorder
which, nlthoush not acrofulons in their nature,
irc still rendered fatal by this taint in tho
...... V ! -t- -1
sr-tem. iiont ol mo consumption wiiicii uc-
einiatcs the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many
di-srnictive dtscnxo of tho hvor, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
arc aggravated by tho samo cause.
Une quarter of nil our people are scrotuioui
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
I'o cleanse it from tho system we must renovate
tho blood by an alterative medicine, ana in
vigoratc it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine wo oupply in
AYER'S
Com pound Extract of Sarsnnarilla,
'ho moNt effectual remedy which tho medical
skill of our time can devise lor tins every-n-liir.
nrrvnilinrflnd furni mnladv. It ia com
bined from the most active remedial that hnve
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
Imnrder from the blood, and the rescue or
vtem from its destructive consequences.
llence it should be employed for the cure
not only Scrofula, but also tliose other aiicc
lons winch arise Irom it, sucn as j'.nnprivi
md Skim T)isr.BRs, St. Astiiont'ii I-irb,
IIosb. or Envsii'Ei.As. ruiri.rs, Pustui.es,
BI.OTCIIK. lll.AINSBIUlIIOIl.e, lUMOItS, lr-TTHB
tnd Salt Hiimjk. ScAl.n Hrun. IIimowoum,
iIiifitmatikm. rSYniii.iTicandMr.ucuitiAl. Dis
,'.sr.i, liinii'HT, I)vspkpia, Dkhilitt, and,
lldiwd. AI L COUI'LAINTH AlllHINO HlOM VlTIA-
i'KI ou IMl'i Itl! Dl.oon. Alio popular ucuci
. t,.i 1 ,..,:
1 iimiiirUi of lUt blood is founded in train,
or Mcrofula in a degeneration of the blood. Tho
mrticiilar purpose and virtue ol tins sursnpa
ilia is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
vithout which sound health is impossible
ioiitii'iiinnted constitution!. . .
Ague Cure,
roit TUB SPEEDY CURB or
Tnterinlltrnt FeTer. r Keva and Atru
1rmUritl r'crrr, t lilll. Kevrr, IMimD
ur. 'm IoiII. hI lleadarhe, or Blllona
ilrn.l.-.r 1.; . kv.4 Itllione Frrcrs, Indeed
'or Hie u i'Ulc cIhmk itf uieraaea orlalnat-
11 u In Itllinrv Iri-niiaeinrnt, raiisol ljr
Hit. .lnnrla of .UlH.iiiatlr outlines
VA nrr? enaliltd h re to olfir ihp conimiiniiy
rmi' lv iin 11, nunc it chips iiic .naive eoininaiiii
Hill r!.l!l.lV, 1
ii i II tirrfccllv lintnilrs 111 any
iiinnliir,
-li 11 ri'iiicdv 1 invjliiiu.lo in uulrwts
'.-h.-rr-
rliotc .allttrtinfc (li'onlrrs jirevail. lln
" fmiiIs tlio miosuinlic r.ninon of Fevkh
C.
MI Awl r. fa ; irt the M'stem, and prevents the do.
elomn. nt uf the ihsrN-. if taken on the brntan-
nij. 1: of in nri iiimiilorv svinptnm. It ia not only
h ini r.iup.lv nur vol discovered f"r lliit cloaa
f ent"iUiiii, 'H "lo tlio clicnpct.T. 1 lie lante
U:intilr i,HiiiMiiy ior n ni.u.ir urinpe ii niiuin mo
eucli ol rvctv Ixxly ; anil in biluiusuistriru, wncre
'rw mn' Aiirr nriTnils. eTerv bodv should
mvc ii and ue it freely both for cure and protec
tor). .V KIVAl Mllxrri(Hll in nil. m-iiu-iij out any
thpr ptx ,!ieivcrcl tit Hie siicenr and certain
ure i f IiiliYi,iiiirnt U that it etiiitoins no Quinine
r mineral. .ni:itiirv it prodiirns no nmnirm
.tl.pt iiiiuriiMH ellcr.tH ahalevcr npon tlio ronetitu-
inii. i innr enrol oy ir eic. icn a mutiny u
hey iiud i,cvrr Imd tlio disrate.
!(, -r mid . in- n not ainne tne cntiscqticnee
he niii!inlic puiiin. A great vunelyor disor-
rr.a hum: frm lis iiritalinn, anrnig which are
WitialV1. Itwiinnhun, (!, Ilrnrlnrkr, Bund-
f.t, Tar-'h nr. l.tv-'hrt I utttrrh, Auhmn, I'M-
libitum. I .ii.i'i l .tih-Imn of tne riUfn, iiitier
, I'ai'i in Huu'li, loin, I ara'yst and IM
auui " " I if luiuitrh, nil nf vliich, when
riiiniu.il I" lit! i citmr, ('lit on the intermittent
ir. ..r ' . ! i ri'ulienl. i hi- "Ct'liB" expel
l,r ki-...ii fr.nn the1 IiIihmI, (Slid rolieoqiktntly cures
h.ii all ilil,'. - It in un invaliiiible ptolnciion
i.iinuriin' ini'l pfrmn Inivrlunji or tr niporaniy
o.:diiu ii, t!iC ii. .Inriiiudilrii-t. ' If tiikcn occa.
ioimlly or l ':f wi ciii'Md in ,lho uilcr'.ion,
Init will Iw i vri li i, 'in the syiti in, ami cunnoj
jx'iinnliili in n'lltii i'lii mnntitv tn ripen into dia-
am: Hence! It i" even umre Talnnlile lor proteo
ion tlinn e'ire. tnni fftr ill titer milftr from Inter-
nittcnu if liiey ftviii! ikcuirrln j of tho protection.
hi reniciiy allnnlK. J .
Prepared by Br. J. 0. ATXK CO., Lowill, Uasb,
- ROBBRTB ft 8AMU8L, OataaW
tad bv Draggiseiaad Daalafa Tryhr, ;
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JAJJALUH 4 UHITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO ano rato.n ,
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
UEJTrXT
Th. Ilantnail Ocean Rteamahlo Oomtmnv' flrttdlsi
'ull-powered Clyde-built B (earner mil every Rag.
ureiav rma PORTLAND, (arrylngth Canadian
United States Hail aad paMengera,
, NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
BOH BM I AN, ' ANOLO-8AX0N,
NORTH BRIT0V, HIBERNIAN,
OANAfilAN, , . ') NOVASUOTIAH. .
ibarteel, Cbaapaaf and tlalcAvcatCon.
. vvjreiBacv srvaas
AimMct to in raari or nrsoix
RatM ot Pnaanaa to Karopwk, ..
30, sea. 6BO. .,,-,,..!
Till mil from LITBBPOOL awwrp Wednaaday,
did from 4fl)R BIO avorf balurda, .ealllng
iX)N DON D BURY, to receive oa bnaniand lai Hatband
'eesengert, to and from Inland and aootiaaa. .....i.
lTFTbea Iteamsr ara oain Of wen la watewiignt
wmpartmeBta, carry eeob aa eiperieooed surgeon,
iven ellention b nald In tb oom'ort and aoooamoda
Etna of peaMogera. -Ae they proceed dlr-a to LONDON.
OBRT, the gieat risk tnd delay of ealllng at It. John's
avoided. i
Glasgow passenger are rnrntantfl wna raaa yaemg
Ickete to anel irwm LOBeaeerry.
Hcara Uokaie iranuad at reduoad late.
OertlSoate beoed (or carrying t anB brlnghgoat
engm from all lb principal town efOreel Britain
inland,! rdacd rates, by tbb Ud al steamer,
y tb W AtUIbOTON tlB Uf lAliaMU rAUAai'B
atlng Llrwrpool erery wee, . i i
ia;bt Dralta lot tl and abTwavda agtw.
abla In liatland, Iraiatad, Boat-,
laaa ar avaiew
Por paasaga, apply at in uroce. u nnvairs
WAV. NeVv it atk. and 10 WATCH ST.,
Uvejraools ,.. , '.' i
,-y.. jamii a nasx, ovum irenti;
Or to , J. R. ARMSTRONG j
BoIB-lydSnl " Poll oae.OolBBaaOkla.
Co-Partnership,
r ti ate this da ADfln tcd
a. na JAMB9 ADoH BAIN as partner la my
, which will ha after be onndeeted emlet the
KIKtaiei '. P.RAlN,B8albUlgk St.
vanunoaa, lee ia, lent.
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, V, a UEHBW Kieil.H, lV
lab af Pbaloa' Baiahluhaveai, 8 1 .) Poprtstcr
. tb Hew lark Paahaaaabie BUvina flair Dott
! thampaenlug, Oarllngand Dreaeiimialoon last
tret, ever Ibe Poet nolo where satlefaotio
, b rlvea la ail tn vartoa branehea , Ladle
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tiniiarwa a aatr "rauuig aoaa la th
! l.il'.i ilh ,'tf.ft WI4 4J
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Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
;
For Cincinnati, Dayton lanapolii!
Through to lndlaDftoolis withoat Change of Cars
tod but One Change of Cart between
Columbus and St. Louis.
-. i . .V I 7
Four Trains Daily, fiom Columbus.
.. . . ., FIRST TRAIN.
ACfJOMMOrjATION at 8 a. m . (topping at all tta-
lion be.weeo Colnmbae and Clncianad and Dayton, al
rtrlue at tlinelnnatl at 10 OS a a.. and at Uavtonat
8 10 a. m., eonnaotUlat Daytoa for Indianapoii ud
tb West. ,
SECOND TRAIN
No. IRIPBESBat 11 40. m..topolr,gt Jefferson,
London. Cnarletteo. Oedarvllla, Xeola. Bprtna Valley,
Oorwin, f reeport. Port Ancleot, Morrow Bl., Lebaooo,
goeu r'. Loveland and Mllford, arrittng at OkwIoaaU
at 4 JO pi- m., DeytoB at 4t p. m., owotla with tb
Ufal and aamlMtypl Bailee for UMlartlle Zj-, Tin
eeaoee. Cairo, St. toaie. NwOrleaAut.i as Bayton
for IndUnapolt, Lafaystte, Tern Haute, Ohlcago and
all Wettern point. . .
-- THIRD TRAIN.' v.
if AIL at 0.10 a. m .ttovDBxat a I atatloa Ulween
Colombo and Zanla, and at 8priu( Talley, 0 rwin,
Morrow and Love lead, arriving at Oiuouueli t J a. m.
"" FOURTn TRAIN.
HfORT XXPRBBS, via Daytoa at 1J 00 midnight.
Hopping at London, Xenta, Dayton, tliodletowo and
Uaoslltoo, arriving at uinetnnauai e.o a. .r
inn at 1.55a. an.: eonneoiiu at Cinrinnail with th
Ohio and aiMlaeippI Railroad lor Louis-ill. Iransrlll,
Vinornnea, Ualro, rt. bouts, aeapoie, new vneaoe,
and all points Bouih and South west; also, at Day on
(or Indianapoii, Lafayelte, Terr Haul, Chicago, eto
TTJ Por further Information and Through Tickets,
iply to It. L, DOUEBTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
Uolnmbna.
X. W. BTHtUIH,
Oenersl Ticket Agent, ClnolntiU.
JN0. W.DOHBRTT,
Agent, Columbos,
B. W. WOODWARD,
Baperlnteadeat, Cincinnati.
Columbus July 14, 18U1
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
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' C0NSBCT1NQ AT BBLLAIRB WITH THB
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTSBURGH WITH THB
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAILROAD:
P0BM1N3 THB
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eistern Cities! .
Trains Leave Columbus aa lollowe :
110a.NI.N0 IXPRBB8
Lav Colombo 3 30 A. II. from Colon Depit. via
Bellalr or Bieubenst lei arrive al Brllair?, 10.20 a.
U ( Btcubtnvllia 13.S0 P. M.; PI tahorgh. 3 40 P. 11 ;
aarrlahnrg 1.10 A, al.: Via AUtntuwn, erriveeat New
lurk 8 00 A. M.J via PMladtifkui. arrive at Phila
delphia. 3 10 A a.i bew lork.-0 30 A. tl. Connect
also at llarrwbnrg (or Baltiiaore,'aiiivingat7.45 A. M.
Sleeplatr Can attached to thii Train
Prolo Columbu. ran directly through ti Bellalr or
Pittsburgh wiihi.nt change; aod Pa-:nger via Alien,
town arrive la New York al 8 A. U.,
ITTWO HOURS IN ADVANCE 0 KOBTnERS
LINKd.
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This Train alio connects at Bellaire with the
' Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
PITT8BURQH BXPRB98.
Leave Ontaabo II IS A U , from Bnlon Depot, via
steuben vine: nrrleee at Newark. IB 00 P. a.i uoenoc-
ton, 8.13 P. If. Bteubenvilla, P. U ; Pltuburg, 8.40
P U JTTThU b in only rout by wbloh Paaaenger
eaa leaveCutctnnatl at 7 A. al., go Ihroogb to Plir
bargh la daylight, without chang of car or delay.
PAST LIMB.
LMvea Oolu"obut 8.13 P. M., from Union Depot via
"Mali: arrive at Newark, 8 83 P. U Seneeville,
33 P. at ; Bellaire 7 ii P. a.; Plt'ehorgh, II. SS P.
.; Ilarrlaburg, 9,00 A. U.; rla dUtntovm, arrive
New Tork.4 P. a I win PMlodtipUa. arrlve-
Pbl'adel hia, 1.10 P. H.: New York, 6 P. at, Thlt
Traia also connect at HarrUborg lor Baltimore, ar
riving at, IV. a.-
Tut tibib ran tnreagn to neiunreor rmeonrvwnn-
at ebang ol Carat and from rlttoborg there I no
change of Ctrl to Phiadelphia, or via A lien to wa to
New fork tntuonei ing .
The oolp Routs from Columbus to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or Now York, witb only
one cbaoge of Cars.
By thla Train Panencan arrlv tn New Toik flv
boor In (dvane of th Northern line.
Thto Train also connect at Bellaire with tb Bsltimor
aod Ohio K. R. T ;
XTTbls Route Is 30 miles Shorter to Pitteburg,
aod more) than luu mile shorter to
.No York, than Northern Lioes.
Baggage Chocked Through to all lm
poitaui roinu iai.
ASK POR TICR.BTS VIA
. BELLAIRE OR STEUBENVILLE.
Ticket Gaat awr either Koulo.
" " ' JNO. W. BROWN,
Oca, Tlckat Agent Central ohli R. R.
I. A. UCrOHlNdON,
Oca. Tlokel Agent gtenbciivUi abort Lin.
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GUERNSEY'S BALMI
-GUERNSEY'S BALM
nKflttVEB AND FUEVENTS I If-
Ik. BammatloB and pain, and heal the word burn.
mM. brake, eat r fresh woand of any kind, i revenu
swelling aad pala from be wing, mooqutto bite, aad
poboaou plant, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague is tb
braaet, salt rheam, Ms, Whra takes Internally, II will
posluvoiy cur croup la children, ana give nnsaeoiau
relief iatba worst rase al this mrrlbl oomplaioC alto,
remove hoar. nee and eon throat. Prto. a eeU.
bottl. Should be In ere ijbou. for el byDrug.
fM and Storekeeper. . .s ' .
, Boie rropnewr, m yr.ias ie aura,
aoMdAwlfla ;
Na ml Inatlo eaa b dona th abova prep ration
bat by prueanag and reading daacrlptlr pmpt)lei4
k foand witb all dealer, arwlil be sent by Proprietor
damand. tnrmnlae and Tnal Bottle Mat to Phyal
tana, wha will Snd development In both worth theltj
aoewptano ana approval. . -
. OorrespondeLee Mltcited from all who neeceltle 01
oanoelU; prompi so a wiaa oa sue awn rvnaotw jveaws
dle. - .
Wot ml by th atuai wnoieeaie ana rataii isaiar
every ffber. v . a. ..' c,
JOHN l..IITJNriEWElrl., Proprieta
.1 t. " WSaiST ... rnawaavaviiBT,.
1
Csauaariiai lfjd. Bostoa. Itaas.
ltobrsi at Samael. R. B. Harp to,' at. B. Cook. i. U
Baalg. 8. Den la a Sons, A. J. Bohueller m Bon, AysnU
lor Oolumbu. Ohio. - - ayl-dlp
-Baltimore -Clothing House !
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aaarAOrraau Aim-WBoiataiB be-iunu m
READY-HADE CLOTHING,
-,uNo;303 W.'Baltimore-fitreet,;
. .. ,, (aTw uwaT aa aojj,i., $ j
. . U AL1TIAIMHE1 Ifleft
r.'i f - ' .if . ' 1, j
l lp'aiwtwt oi floes Ail TurRlihlnt
' flar OoMtsaUf Ef
,104 a r.:T" "auiaa'ij p.'..:tVai'.'a !
itov.n8.eie .. i
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Dally, per year..
Tn.Wssw.ly, pwrrcar...,,....... ...... 8 0S
Weekly, par yarn iw,M.xni,a., 1 08
PROCRASTINATIONS.
BY CHARLES MACKAY.
VO
.IX fortun wtlb a smlung fasv , r
Strew rosea on onr
When .ball we et,i to kIcR them apl ' ' '' ' '
It day nylon to-dny. . .''.
But should she fn.wa wMb lac sf cart, . 3
And toik of earning sorrow, ...
. When ehall w arlsTo If grtve we nuitl ' "
1 ZVfflorrot, lovt,to-morrow. -
'. . - ' -K it .'' I'
ll thoao whe'r wrorged at wa lhir fealt, .
And kindl. pltty pray. i ,
When shall w I sun and forgireT
To day, my tott to day ' ' '
But if ia Jawio art robat, - -
And warmlb from mamory boraMT. .'
. When ih.ii wa chid, if ohide w aare?
lo-morrvw, tott, to-norrjv.
e If those to whoa we owe debt
Ara herae.i aoltas w pay.
When abail we atrugi le to be Just 1
, ' To-day. my tot, to-dny.
; ' Bot If oer dbtcr tan oar hme, "
. .. . 4
Aad pMtd b rain thorough, i - -,
Who. suall wa we.gh bis breach of fai'.hl.
To mot row, luvt, tomorrow. .
If lov, tstrtnged. heald nea pln
Mi genial imii ouplay.
i th pro
To day, my tott, to-day
But if be wuuid Indulge regret.
Or dwell wtlb by gone sorrow,
When aba 1 1 wa wrep If weep w mailt
To morroie, tott, to morrow.
For vlrtaoataett al harmless Joyi,
Tb minute will not stay ;
We're alway tim to welcome them,
To dtry my loot, today. -Bateare.
reteutmeLt,ai.gry words,
Aud noaraillng so row,
Oome fa, too sooo. If they appear,
Tomorrow, lovt to morrow.
[From the Literary Emporium.]
Seventy Miles and Hour.
:
I bad Bpeut a night la a Blase, a day In the
saddle, a eight in a eleeplug-car, ball a day do
log business, ball a day 10 DM, aod was, alter
supper, ebjoyiog a oisar aod a newspaper in the
reading-rooaiul Ib K bouee, ia r ,
ludi.oa. The newspaper wasuuinterestiug, or
else I was rather sleepy atd I gut si it was a
little ol both; to that I soon negleoied it to
watch the fantastic curling of Ibe amoks from
my fioe flavored priocipe. I didn't feel much
like talking, and felt still lesilik reading; but
I did I eel a II I would like exceeding); well to
bear a good story.
I bail barely come to this conolusioo, sod
commenced wishing for some one of toy ac
quaintances to amuse me uutil th time was up
lur toe train wnicn was 10 take me to U ,
when I recogtiiitd, lu (he person who sat next
to me, a fellow-traveler lu the sleeping-car ol
tb night be ore.
He was a ver agreeable-looking Utile man,
with a clear gray eye, light hair, sandy wbiak
ers, sod smiliog mouth. Indeed, be had so
much lb appearance of Ibe man that I would
like to bear tell a story, that I thought dame
lortoue bad tmiled upon me, when be recogalz
ed me with a geuial
"How d'ye ao, itraDger7"
I returned Lis salutation, and aiked him some
commonplace question about how bs bad enjoy
ed lb rid we took together.
He laid something ia reply about tbe running
being too fast for Ibe poor Irack; and from tbi
Ibe cuDvetiailon ran upon fast traveling ia gen
eral, lor some time. At last I remarked that
eis 7 miles an hour wastbe mort speedy travel
lug that I had ever dune. W Hereupon my
friend informed me, with a pleasant but know-
log smile, lhat he nad traveled considerably
laster tbn ibat, and, in fact, faster than be bad
ver beard of beside.
Ot course I was anxious to know where,
when, aod bow he bad dooe it; and after the
modet assurance that be teared bis tale would
not be interesting, my friend relieved my anxi
ety by relating the lollowiog story:
"1 am s railroad engineer. In '57, during
the great panic, I was running en the F. and C.
R K. Tho railroad eompeotc were growing
tender, in all directions, every day we beard
of new failures; aod quite often ia a quarter
wbere we least expeotca it. uur toad wu
looked upon as one of tbe most substantial in
tb nation; nobsdy seemed to bar aoy great
tear toat 11 would tan to surviv too general
smash-up. . But yet I did not fully sbar io tb
general oon8dence. Wages were cut down; ar
rearage ooileoted; sod a great many other lit
tle m alter seemed to indiuate to 'me tbat tbe
road bad got into rather deeper water than was
agreeable alt rouno. - Among other things, tbe
master mechanic bad told me ia tbe sprirg,
ibat tbecompaoy bad ordered four first quality
Taunton engines for the fall passenger busi
nese. Tbe road was put ia tbe very best condi
lion, sod otaer preparations were made to cut
Iowa tb tim, aud put tbe trains through
quicker than was ever known betore, when tbe
new engioes snouid oome. - wsu, mere was bui
one of lbs new engine came. .
"1 said there was out one angina cams, aod
she was, ia my opinion, altogether tbe best ever
turned out at tbe Taunton woiks. And this is
as much as oould be said io prate of any en
gine She was put In my charge immediately,
with the snderetaoding that she was mine.
"It wis satuiday wben sue came out of the
shop, aod 1 was to take a sneoial train Up to
y 1 ne irii n was to carry np tbe preei
denl and several of the other officers of tbe
road, to meet Bom 6 officers of soother road,
wbicb crossed ours tbere, aad arrange some Im
oorttut business witb them.' I had bo trouble
at all making forty miles so hour going out.
Toe engine nanaiea oersen most beauniully
We wore just holding up at Y , when
Aldricb, the treasurer, -who bad com out on
ibe platform to put the brake on, slipped snd
tell As we were yet under good headway, be
was very much injured, sod was carried to tbs
hotel insensible). '
According to tbe president's directions.
switched off my train, turned my engine, and
stood ready to start back to C at a mo
aunt's notice. ' - " 1 --:
MAldriob's presence was of so muoh Import
ance that the business could not be transacted
itboot him. Sj all those tbat I bad brought
out, except tbe preiideot and Aldricb, went back
toC on tbe tbre o'clock express train.
This was the laBl regular train which wa
Dee 1 over the road until the following Monday
"Early in tbe eveLing I lell tbe machine
charge ol my fireman, aod went over tj an eai-
log-nouie, to see 11 1 couia do speaa in time
more pleasantly than on my engine. - Tbe hours
dragged themselves sway slowly. I wss taking
a game ui oominoes witn tne station agent,
wben in came Roberts, the president, la a slate
of crest excitement. - ''-i - 1,
"Harry;' said ne me, 'l want yon to put
ml down In t at twelve a'diocK '
At it was near eleven o'otoek. sod the dis
tance was seventy-Are miles, I thought he wu
lukinr arnrTtrotrewnea-we not outside th
door be eeugbt me by tb Arm and hurried me
a on? mi rut 1 saw ne wu earnest; -J '-
'Harry, said bs, 'If yon don't set me down
la c by twwire o'clock, 1 am a ruined man
and this rOtd Is a mined road. . Aldilob is dead
but he tjld me before be died tbat be bad em
bestled, Irom lime to time, fifty thousand dol
lars or our money 1 and bis clerk is t Urt
the twelve o'clock boat from C to Canada
If we don't have tbat money on Monday morn
log to make soma payments witb, the road got
lot other band 1 and if yon put m down
at tb iUh tinw.se that Isav lb moo
v, tea shall bar five thousand dolla-s. . Un-
dtwetand It. Uarn I rive inotuaoa toner r
Of course I understood It. . 1 sew now the
raon why tbt wages bad been out down;
understood U-Allr-aad.my blood boiled. I tell
thai I would lave th toad if J Ured, and I told
Dk.. aa.' . . . .... . ' , , I
Sse that you do It, Hrry b replied, si
oltmbed op th steps of lbs Job wh.09 , Was
eoualed to my egiua it ,
'I sprang np tJ tb loot board, got up
swltob-WBdwr. to- help say firemen, opened tb
ihranle, and .Juet m she commsnocd.moyiDglBiaQt..,'Qa
w-wttl... --U .: .( iriJ-liSMswit;'.'.
",.'i.t..'Uldi'c:.'oas:C'ii..ij
in
so ibat I had an hour to mak ay seventy-five
mile in. 1 ,. , r,
"From Y to Ci there were few
carres in the road: but tbere were ae viral
heavy grades. . I was perfectly acquainted witb
every rod of it, so tbat I knew exactly what I
bad to encounter; and wben I saw. bow tbe
engine wu moviot I had varv little faar of tha
result. - .. . ...,,
"The road, for the Aral fear m ll.a ' area an at
itoe, aoa so smooib tbat my engine flew along
witb goarcely a peroeptible Jar. I wu so bnsy
posting myself up u 10 tbe amount of wood aod
water aboard, eto , that we danced by the first
station almost before I was sware of It, baring
been five minutes out, and luring fire miles so
compMebed. .
I " IOV are loeine tl' vailed a waIas frAin
tbe ouacb. ; I looked around, snd there stood
Roberts witb bis watch in bis band..
"I knew very welt tbat we would hav to In
crease our speed by some means, if we carried
our; oar plans or reaching C by tnidolgbt,
aud looked aoxiooalv around to ae what 1
could do to aoeompliab that purpose. She wa
oiowmg m swam nurceiy at one nnndred aod
tea pounds, 10 I turned down the valve to- two
hundred, for I knew she needed it all to make
some of ths heavy grades wbicb by between us
ano 1 . 1 " ' - . " 1
! "It was three mile V tte mx station.--Witb
the exception of a few curves, tbe track
was u good ss tbo last. As we darted srouad
what commonly seemed to be rather a lone
curve, at tbe station, but which wu, at our high
speed, short enough, I looked si my watch, aud
we oaa aone 11 in two minutes and a hair.
"Gaining, I shouted back to Roberts, who
was s:andioir outside on tbe nlsttorm of tbe
coa;b. -
'L)ok out for the heavy ridea,M he replied,
and went inside of tbe cr.
"Toe next six miles roae gradually from a
level, tbe firct, to ten nod a half feet grade, tbe
last, wbion lay between as sod tbe next station.
My fireman kept her full; and now she began
to get bot. Tbe furnace door wu red, and tbe
steam raised continually; so tbat she kept her
speed, and passed tbe station like a streak ol
lightning in five minutes.
"Now came nine miles lik the last; over
wbion she kept pace witb he time, and pused
tbe station io seven minutes.
"Here, for ten miles, we had a twenty foot
grade to encounter; bat tbe worst of it all was,
at tbis place we would be obliged to stop for
wood. I was jutt going to speak to Roberts
about it, wben I looked around and saw bim
filling tbe tender Irom tbe coach, with wood
wbiob bad been placed there before starting,
while be was gone after me.
"I believe be would have made bis ten miles
at tbe same speed aa before; but through the
careleseness of -the fireman tbe iountaiu valve
on tbe lell hand side ot the engine got open,
and tbe water rose in lbs boiler, so far u to run
tbe steam down to one hundred pounds, belore
be discovered wbere tbe difficulty lay.
"At first Roberts didn't appear tj notice tbe
decrease of speed, snd kept at work at the wood
as if lor dear life. But presently be looked op,
and seeing that the speed bad decreased, he
enouieo:
" 'Hrrva we are stonniDC''
"And ib to, coming over to where I wss, be
aid: . -,. . .
" 'Why, here we have been ten minutes on
ths last ten miles, and I believe we will oome
to a dead stand if something is not doae. Tbe
ipeed is continually slackening. . What is the
matter!'
"I explained the csuae. He wu apparently
satisfied with my explanation, and after having
tied down tbe saltty-valve, be climbed back
over tbe tender, exbortiog me to put ber
tbroogh for God's sake, or we are beggars to
gether! "just toeo we paeaed tn next statioo, nay id g
taken nine minutes for eight miles. We were
now more than half over tbo road, and we had
lost nearly ten minutes' time, and had lelt only
twenty ecven minutes to do thirty-four milts
In.
"I had shut tho water off both my pumps a
little back, when I discovered what was the
matter, aod she was now making steam finely
down a alight grade. From loss than one hun
dred, with which we started over that tea mile
itreicb, she bad two hundred before we finished
it; aud as tbe gage indicated no higher than
that, and the valve was tied down, I could not
tell bow much over two hundred pounds sbe
earned; but ibe certainly carried none leas
the rest of the journey. And well might she
carry sucb an enormous Dead 01 steam; ior
alter passing over mat ten miles in eigot
minutes, tbere lay ten miles of a five feet np
grade, and fourteen mile of twenty to the mile
depression between us and C , and it was
now eleven 0 clock and forty seven minutes,
"Now the eoglne wu bot in earnest.' a ne
furnace door, smoke-arch, aod chimney, all
were rod, while she seemed to fly onward as if
the very evil one bimielt operated ber maonin
erv. " ' 1 ' ' ' '
"Six minutes carried as over that ten miiei;
and w darted by tbe last station that had lain
between ns and C . How we bad four
teen mites to go, aod my time showed eleven
o'clock and fi tv-thre minutes- .
"II 1 live,' said 1 to myssii,'! win mats it,'
aod we plunged down tbe twenty feet grace
witb all steam on. - Persona who saw tbe train
on that wild run say tbat it was sooo after they
heard the first sound of ber approach, wben the
strange objeot, wbicb looked s if it wu a flame
ol nre, dartea oy, ana men oe souoa 01 its
traveling died away in ths distance, lhat they
oould hardly conviuce themselves tbat they had
seeo anything. It seemed more lies A creature
of a wild scream than a sober reality.
"Aod now let me tell yon that no engineer
ever beat tbe time that ws made on those lour-
teen miles. Tbose great wheels, eleven feet in
diameter, soun around so swiftly that yon oould
not besin to count the revolutions. Tbs eogin
barely seemed to touch the track u shs flew
sIook, and alinougn ins trees wu as true a it
could be. sbs swayed featlully, and sometimes
made soon prodigious jolts mat 11 rf quired some
skill for 'on to keep his feet. No engine wonld
hold together if crowded to A greater speed
"Well, juit ss I eame to a stand at me ospot
in C . ths big clock boomed oat twelve, nod
the steamboat wu getting ber steam on--
Roberts got on board in tim and nothing to
anar. .
a j:J U.S'I T -.V-J
.-Ana di BBvca lae monev. uiu uoi a aaan
wben I discovered that my friend bad finished
hisrr.ory.i- . ' 1 . .
. Yea. hs found It bid swsy la some old box
s. aa Aldricb had directed." . .
' . M f II ..tl
'II you are A paaseoger ior . v , aaia
miter, "the 'bus Is ready."
80 I tbauktd my friend lor bis story snd bads
him goodbye.- v: . ... t
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ST Among the- booty taken by French tot-
dlers at Pektn was a Tamable and curious work
of art. namely A fUOr of A oamel m solid ail
ver. near twenty- inches bight boating 00 It
back a clock, and Its hump beina decorated with
rubies, emtrald aod other precious stones.
Tb ststuette, on wbion tue word "Loaaoo" i
eograved, Is in tbe possession of a non eommls-
siooed cmuer or tne Ooe- nooaraa ana nr
Regiment, who has refused. Mrenty tnouiano
franei fot1t.--i , s;, v...: ji. v . ,
An Eod in a Bottlb to Reoompllsb. this
seemingly Incredible am require the following
preparation :' Yu must take sn egg and eoak
it ia vinegar, and In process of time tie shell
will beoomo quite soft, so that it may be v
endd lanirthwise without breaktori then In.
.Art it Into th neck if a small bottle, And os
pouring cold water npon it, la win wsum its
former fiiiur And hardness. This' Is really
ouriosity. and baffles those who are not In th
secret to noa oui now 11 is accomptiinea at-
Labor Firb at-Aobdm A dsitruotivs fire
broke out at Auburn, New. York, on wdnes.
day morolng.a It oommenoed In A wooden tn
moot block in tb rear ot th Amtrlcin Hotel
known as lb roster Block.,, lite block wss
eombMsd of five buildings, or stores, and
three stories and a ball high. Many famille
war rendered homel by the devastating rl
Th ,fttii block; was irned to tbs
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SCALES, BELL8, CHAINS'
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ttoekof Pooketand TabbCnUery, and - . i V . -
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at AOOBBRa A BRO'S. afanafactar, warranted lo bs'
nlrabeavy. Ilootro-Plated.on genuine Alba tta. ' "
Country Herchanta, Mechanic, aad ther, ar Invited
Ooall aad examine my Block, as I an preparad to sell
to leM and Retail. .. WJH. A. C 11.1a. -.
Oolumbu. Ohio, May 8. 18C0. ... . '.x
GREAT C UR E.:
' DR. LELAITD'3 '
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BiYNL-
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR,'
Rnenmatinn, Qeat and Kiiralgiar
AND A BUHB CURB TOR ' '' '' 1
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IcaCed ajiBPoaod. to be worn a round tha WaiaL. wiUuat
injnry to Ilia most delicate persons; no change In habit
of living b require snd tl entirel remove, the alia.
ease from tb (ytmm, without producing tb Injur loos
effect arising from Uie us of powerful Internal medi
cine, which weaken ud destroy tb eonoUioUoa, and
giv temporary relief only. By this treatment, the med
icinal properties contained In the Band com in ooiMaet
with tb blood and reach th diaaae. thronah ibe uuna
of th akin, effecting In entry Instance a perfect cur,
and restoring the parts autwtad to a healthy oaodlUuo.
Thb Band la also a BOstpuwarf ul Aari MamuvaiaL exeat,
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to any partof the coaatrp direct (rum iaa Priasuml
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