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0 ULY. TBI-WEEKLY AKD WEEKLY
..; MANYPENNY & MILLER.
tOBLIBUlBI AD PBOfllXTOBS,
CT Oftee Boa. 86, II and 40, Worth High It
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locial Notloee," donWe IA myUmkmIo
All notice requires to b published by law, leralrate
., II ordered on th Inside exclusively f tr tb Brat tMk'
pt cent more than th above ntw; bat all each all
-.PPW In th Tri-Wklv wlthoat ch.M. WU
.it. ".S'a? Card., not .loading flvtlluM, per year, la.
all, BK SOper lino; outside , , ' ,
Nottoasof meetings, charitable ocletlss, tn oompanl
Ac., hair price. 1
r,.rMltrmitU aAverttumentt auH & twi Avh a.
i . aiDumna ' r a mu i ... -i-j
tfeueuw ' TS rat will aotb varied framl i....
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anion weekly alone. Where
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tro both used, then tha eharg la-rtht Weekly will to
tall th r.Ui of lb. Daily 7
ajTeUaoment latum njaett (or a ieflfllu period, i
BUSINESS CARDS.
.w4Moaoy at liaw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. . ..
VIBoa Amboi Building, oppoalu Capitol Bqoara.
r OOLUMBUi. OHIO
Attorney '& Counaollor at Law,
, MARION, OHIO.
OOLUMBU0
Machine Manufacturing Company
Ml'.' f!
vivr JoWao o o c n it a l a aViTi'SJ
iaV:v0
MANVtAOTOUU Of '
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMt(ni, MlU-Otaflng, Kalnory.-. ;
n.llroaicS. X7"cDrlx
or itiit Ducurnoii.
cuLcnnus, omo. - '
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
, Oonntotinf at Ortatllna with th PIrTSB0B(in, ft.
WAINS It CBIOAdO BAILR0AI
IbrPitttbvgk, FhOadMpkia mid BatUnor. Jlto
. or JTori Wayn and IMcago.
Cosnntlnf at C lowland, with th LaJU inOBI BAIL-
Hit1- iv . - BOAD '
FerDomklrk, Dnifal, Albany, Boa
. . " and ir Irk. . -
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
KXCBPX BUNDAT,
from Colambua, In eonnactlon with Tralnacn tha
riKST i'BAIN.
MIGHT irPRZ'f) r. n.i i . n .
. I? ? oaafra at all etaitoae aoath of Oallun,
.w, ,.,.,. jwy, vardisgton and OlUad, and
V.ftUuVi, ra;00 P. at., Balale 4:P. at.
tJ;1' M".W, S:WA. M..Boato 8:30
fcJVii 5 rS V. urlun " , Pnlladel
. MaS:lA.M. Chloafo tU UreaUioaatTiOP. at.
' ' ! ' SaOOND TBAIN.
. "TRBlt KPM3-Ut Ooltimbua at 11:10
5rT ... . H "" vantr,tror Whit Holphat
prttgaj, VaUwara, Oardlngioa. Oalloa. CrutUnt, bhl
, London, Wtlllngtoa and Orafloo. arrlVa at
lalo, 109 p. av, All,, B a.'. fwXo.k, 1:4
L ,tM- P-". Tola train aonnaeUat Bhl-
' THIBO TRAIN.
MAIL AHD A0C0aUt0ATI0-IaTi Oolnmbni
'. Will aup at all atatlona loath ol
llijlby, and at Hewoedon, WtlUnyton, flrafton,
kUk,Ktt,Ua. u.j BuSo,liSUa. m.i Albany.!) p.m.i
oCratlln,at U:Up.a. Phllad.lohla, 1:00 a. mT.
. . for BanUoak and ToUdo, arrlring at Toledo
ata-Jap. .,-.. .
Patent Sleeping Cari are ran on all
JHignt Xiaini to Chicago, Sew
-York and Boiton.'
t(oif,-ai., to MadtlpAtamd
" ": s11' Kjnr" atOolumbaa at...llil5 P. M.
. , CUinnail kxpraaa arrive at Oolumbne at 10:30 A.M.
v- AawaaaMdatlos Hxpret arrlraeat Oolombaa at 70
tkxi am l.ow by aarather Boate.
" i br TichU vi Crtttlinttr Cleveland.
- 1.8. FLINT,
Capertotesdant, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTXBBON, Agent,
Colombo, Jw IT, 1841. ' -
- Jut BeeelTwdl , . ,
nf. OH GREEN and BLACK
1UV I t. AS lOO bag prim Bio Oonea.
160 Mokata eld Da too OoTammaat J in OoDc .
IS bare Carlos Code.
; HlMiatiie.
, eiandard Whit Bogara, oonahtlnf of Pow-
dred, Obraebod, Oranalatad A and B Ooffe.
10 lntali aeorae Bank OodOah.
1. BOkbU. iltu and No. 1 Mackerel.
r., aa. Plak Baimon.
e 10O bs. Layer Maieine. ' 1 '
v ii 40 hi. boa d - do
- ' iuo.pi de
, JOOM
.-aor- 1
Cigar, dlawrant brandj and grade.
, WM. alcDOlUU).
'.,..y i.'
a i-'
M. C. LILLEY
BOOZX u tixtvt Bii-a
jUd.l?lank-rw Mano&ntiirer, ...
TOXTB JBIQB-ITBXXT, COIUIlBOa. OHIO
amrii-ei- ' - -
Red, White and Bine
tYKtAU T.H,
JUPAVB WAV m
',' .1' t'. ' 1'IV'JA - iA
JAISfcBON-'
Ho. loata Elk gtiwi.
' tot opened by
A HEW HOOP latlUT. u 1 "
' ' lie'. If, BOUTH mnMti.
Bar twit raoetred Bew' tnake'et HOOP IKTBTI
BiilibidUamanaec fat tupetier W any yet totredBand
"rtlUBILIJY AND CRACEFULNES.
ROYAL QUABTO. DICTIONARY
The Lateit Tha Largert Tho Beit,
:'- ina chaj eit Seoauo tha Ben
"Tarn float BellabU ataadarAj -t
rltrrthEBKlUhLaBt:aaa.
Sim JTiMdnd Mmlttmt Sltttoion 0 'OAld,
"TH BKBT INOLIBH DI0TI0XABT XTAKV7
"Hate' areapwirdetfrr aasdrM tndaaaBd Word.
hv. meaning and derleatloaa,' ttfretber
rat iMtora S ey i"
. . ariotMiaM CbNmrLiii.
Tb AderatirBe4l'mmMrj of die Ohio BUUTeeobW
Aaaotlatioa, adopt and aim to In taaohtof. WrlOot
and paaklnir, Ik orthography and prooaoolatloa of
woroeeter'e Hoval Quarto Diotioaary. and wa moat ear.
dUlly neomaiDd K aa the moat reliable atandard aa
taorlty of tb BogUth langnaf, aa It la now wrtttta and
apokeo... - r,-r I
Loa. Ajrotawa, Preeklenl Benyoo Collera- I f
m. u. Laaaan, aperlnteodent linear! 1 1 BobooU.
' " W. Btarn, aop't MaaalkM Onloa Brboali.
' r. Oowaoat, Bap't Pnblla Behoola, iaoduakj. ,
'oaw Lthob, aap'l Pahu Behoola, OlrataelUa.
H. lmoa, Pdadpal Oamland female Bamlne-
WW? aTrTcmrt'tTBop't Pabito Behoola, att. Cnlra. -Joaa
Oeoaa, Prlnalpal Btate Nor ami Behool, at Una
lota. Oram Naaoa, Print tpal Poarth TlermcdlaU Behool.
Olaotanatl. - - . . , ' .
. H. S. MiaTia, Bap't Caototl tnlon flcBooI. I "
Bdwu kaah. Principal KoNeely Mormal School.
Bu T. Tma, prof.. UathmaatHia, Ohio Onlreralty,
Wm. W. Bowaaoa, Bap't Troy Onloa School. 1
- A. Q. Bora lira. Prinetoal Waat Hi.h KahnaL film.
land. . .. . T
I. A. nBMa."AaaaslalaPrrnaliial IIIh Hrluyil. film.
iwd 11,-; V r t , r7"
raaoboaa l-ratuxa, Principal ElgS Behool, Olere
land.
B. F. HuwiiiTOK, Principal Olereland Initlrat.
A. Oaktulo, Prealdeat of Xleetle InaUtat. Hi
ram. - - j - , . .
W. L. HABam. lVnf. f CThamlatr. Ohl W1
OnlTaralty.
H. a. BaJurar, Xa-Cemmlmloner of Oocamoa Behoola,
Oblo.
Jamb Uomoa, Prof. Bhatorto, Obarlla Collage,
Taoe. Hill. Praeldent AnUooh Oollege.
0. . W.- H. fl.Ynn.Bv Pnl. M.,kM..flM mh
Behool, Dayton.- . . .
B- O. JaDHBAnaarJ wf. t.anMM ITfwh BaKaaI
Barton." " , T7" V" :
B. at. Babb, Sup't Union Boboola, Aahhud.
HOT Ikon Him BumAni mir AurfJl. tinlU.
Of. ProfrMort, AutAori euxt IHtliKyuUM. SHupf
ton, horn mulortd Lie aoae ewawnX. .,
PRESIDENTS QF COLLEOES IN OHIO.
VaJltSTTA OlItUH 'Tt ! trtilv aunllml arnrb.
an honor to th aathor. tba tabliahara.aiut tha whole
rremoent Anarewa. ,- , .... .. ,
Oil VnutulImaumiTtamiatTnxa.
tlona. It Will be ai anlda In arthoannhw inA bmnnn.
nation, and will eftea be eratalted by me for It seat
ana aoenrata dehnltlona." Praaldaat Ihempwa,
w. K. Kcuotk Ooixaa. "Heretofore w hare aaed
Webtter a orthography. At reoeat maettac of our
'T"''' U decided to chanaa it to onrorm to that
of Woreeatar'a Knv.l ftn.rtn rt.Atinn.nt V PmJmi
wbibi Kxmra Coiuu. Mt tnA It warth af
wiuia. approeauoa. rraaueai Mnanooox.
OBamiUi CatXaa.MMTi aupa than teiAat. mm hmm..
Uoni. I reeoamarid It aa tha ataadant anihoritw la
Orthoepy to mi children and m rvnnlla." PraaUtnt
AkTIOOa CotXraa. I utant and aha in In taaah.
lag, Wrttlaa and IDeaklne. tha orthoaraoh and nmann.
wonaajicra awyai uoarto inouonary."
PnaldeBt BUI. 1 1 -.- 1 i - , v : I. . .
In all Bl wrttlna. anaaklna. and fjuu.hln T haa an.
dearorad te eonfora to tb rale for orttafraphy and
proDusomtloa aa ooatalned In WeroeeUr'e XhoUooaiT.''
Horace Mana, late f reeldent. , .
Xtirrna OoLLBUB. 0)aJiain.-I moat mrtuM tannin.
Blond baa tbemeet reliable atandard aatharlty of tb
BnalUh hutauaaa aa It la nna aniun and mahm
Pteaideat Andiawa.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Trcmie. Anttn amiA, Oommiutenw of Common
MMM M UMO.
"Th DtetloBBT ft an hnnaHah.hla wmnntnl tn tha
learning and Isdanryof It author, and aa nooor to the
world of letter.- The mechanical execution lafaraap-
!"' uai w any oinar aanioaa wiu wucn a am ac
quainted." mm. u. tt. jtarnmf. Mm- vorxtnwmmir or
. MoHOMo-i- ,
Th Boat reliable iiandArd authority of th lanv
""' ; i
- - WUTTtl ..... i I
ItAiau KTowspe-pajrai ot Ohio Soy.
Z from Ot CUotiand B$rmi& V WcA SB.- -
Th orthography of tha Weroeeter Dlctlocaryl that
an ny moat, 11 noi an. aoioora ei otitiaeuoa tn- una
ooantry and England, aad oonlormt to th general
or ordinary writer and epeekere. i -1
Whatarer prejadic may hare niated pnrlouily,
careful itwdy of ihli rolum will Inreriably be folloared
by a warm appreciation of lta great merit, and a deal re
to add It to th well eeleoied library, be It large or antral.
It la a library lattaelf, aad will remain aa imperlilw
bl reaord ef the learning of lta compiler. J
IremtV OmtmrnaH OmmoroUd of iprtfSO, .
Hera are onward af a hundred thoaaand Word rood.
bad aad indifferent whoee maitUaiioaa meaningi and
derlretlona, together with their correct (pelilng aad pro
nuociaUon, ate eat elearly before tha ere: Tb work la
ooqaeetlooabiy the grealcat Theaanroa of JBngliah Word
rer pabUabed. ...... . . ki .
rom li CUiond rivituUaUr efypt. 20, lilCO.
IrtdenUy Woacirraa'a Botaa, Qcabto DicTKHuav tt
ncl oniy lU Uit, bt th aarr oork of th ttnd ever i
etMe!,andeaB by no peaiblUVtnn'er by ooenparlaoa or
ontrovrty. , s - -, i ,
Trom Vu Tbltdo Elad o May VI.
A to taoBoinWATinB. Waacaaiaa n tm BTAjniaan
followed by oar best author! In deflnlllont be learaa
nothing to be deslrad. and la OarsosiiArfiT It Is snffloteni
to Bsy that WoaoamA ota b aah.y followed.
INOHAm: - RHAOG.
Pnbllskere, Beolteelleradc Bta'.loaera,
HO. 191 IUPSmUOB it., cliviland, om?. '
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT j
LIEE INSURANCE . C0MPANTr
Or
Baaamew .
VlTldena Jan nary 1 1 86 1 4-5 Par Gem.
ABSKTB.. . . a'ia. ... ...... '.i . 1. . ..$lA35t 30.
Statement Jannary 1, tseii .
BsIaom, per statement Jan. 1st, I860.. .-J,eOo,M. 39
sweaitea tor rremioma aur
toe UK iar 1SH). 8763.053 59 ' .' ' ' '
Beoeived for Interest darlnj
th year 1B00 iU 014 19
Total raoalnea for lM0....a!i7T.C87 7 '
Paid Claires by Dalh,37,0 00
Paid Policies sarroo- . , . -
dered 41,111 W
Paid Balari, P.tv .
age, Taxes, km-
chanee. mo Sijanst
Paid Oomnueaioat to "..,, .
Agent.... , J1,S94$1
Pld Pbyelclaaa' fee. S.VtM .71 t ' '
Ptld Annuities 1.JI7 00
Paid Dividend dor-
IDC tb I c ICS 50 1i SOifitl 63. ' 411,!f7S 14
Net Balanwa Jranaaqr l.lMLt.n$ifinfiS SO
I-.-, - TT -'
Oath on kand...-. tasfis iw
BondeaadMortgatetonUaal . ,
Biute, worth aoubl Ihw t',;,
amount loaned 1,187,841 W
Pramiaa Vole, on Pond
to fore, only drawing 0 per
eat. InUreeU 1417964 17
Baal Beta e. ' toesrr'
LoauooBerlD..... Load AA
Premiums, Molaaaad Cask, b
ooun of trantmissioe.... r HM n
Total
2.819JM ld,
TilTS rolMet la fosoa, Usvtng......t,a,4oe,0S8
1,435 new Polldes hava keaa totaed daring th year.
After a earetal calcalaUoa ef tba p recent via dt tha
outstanding Polloieesf the Company, and Aarlaf the
awsesery amount to rescrv therefor, the Dimeter
aar oeeiaraa a viviaawa 01 so per eeei. ea tb rreaui
ama paid at the table rate, to all pelknee (or Ml la fore.
Isd prior to J anaary I, IboO, payabl aeeordlna te the
p recent ml ef tn Company.
Bate tor all kledaX LU Oootjngecctre, Preepaot
Bee.,Btatemanta, and ApnlieaUona, will be farniabed
wtraoc otuaea, at the OAoe or Aaeneies el ibtr Ocaa-
" '' ' VAtftM t A lrTaTaf' TAajiuA
VB, U I A I i. A IVUViv f (leaWrfBI.,
j f,
. V. VmrifMtrV d
BIRb O.IOXLKIU tUoretavrr
,
.Klfll
f la bbaj usaaavaY at a
MarehtS, 1801. (MtmLWoS
;'.f ")M
f .VI i ei , i li i
P "tf 1? JA? A FIOCtijED BLACK
V-"' trade ,. Tbe-awat M
tttartaienl la to si!, aad at avest amwoiMM rate.
PUI Ve.MaeeMeuidtaiaM'
Scro&I:i, jQivKingJfi Evil,
Ian . a:i lf, :f;,iil iIlHi--', mi 1 'i;l...ii C la
blood, . I) r. . h Wi tiria ttulrt ' iMhMmi' vitiuLvU,
wrnk, nnd pool . lining in tha oirculiiiipi, i
pervade-; tli tUoVi body, anil mny bur-It. out
in tliif u mu' iiy..pw'4iif iklrXr) rejA.t,rf
from its attackn, nr l llwfro tfiif Whioh ii goay
not doitroy. The aCrofalous rliint ! aaruly
oaimod by marcurial diaeaae, low liring, rjitw
ordered or unhealthy food, jrapiuB air,-iHh
mi UltJiy hnblt-, tii.dcnvMingric, and,
boy All,' by th; trenejeaj "inWttienjU VVlt
ever bo its'uiiyn, it i litrediury in tha con.
tilution, 4loiMiBaiiig " frijii) fawht- to cliildgea
luito tha tliitd uud fourth generation ; " iniletd
it .sotm a to be tl rod of Iliiry yho aayi, "I
tvlll itisie1 tli' Iniijuitie of tlie futlior upon
their !iildi-wi.", ,,, . y,ffr !..
Its ((li-cbCpniQiiiitco by depotitioa ftorh the
blooil of torvupt or ulaeixmu matter, Vvhich, in
tlai lung, liver, and internal mahn U termed
tubercle; iu tlw glandi, velluie; and on
the BUrfitcc, eruptioiu or tore. XLi fotd cor
ruptlon; which render lu tlkt blood, llcprciaei
tho euerrjic of lub, to tlmt iorotuldua conttitu
tion not only gufler from acrofuloua com
pluinti, 1)tit flioy liavd.fur leas power to jvlth
eland the tittakt of otlior diiius; ten so.
fluently vast uumborg periali by. dUordcri
wbicli, idthntirrh not acrnfulou iu tiieir nnturo,
are still rendered fatal by tlii tnint in the
ay stem. Iot of tlit mumption it-likh de
ciirwuf tin liumati itnily has itn 01 Wri diroetly
iu tliis hcinfulouS 'oorttnminalioni' nd many
detti uetive disease of tho liver, kidney, brain,
and. indeed, of all die organ, ori from or
ax- ugriiruigai by th aomo cause ,
OiiCqutirtur of ell out people are scrofulous
tlic-ii- pur.KMis aro invaded by tliis lurking in-t-ctioii,
raid their lioaltlt it undcxiniudd by it.
To rlearus it from the system v must renovate
the blond by an alterative medicine, and in
wigornte it by healthy-food and exercise,
fjuch a rrrodicine w supply N , c
: AYER'S
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
thcymoflt effectual remedy which the medical
skill of out times can devisa for tint every
where prevailing and fatal malady.-- It it coin.
Lined from the most active romouiols that have
been discovered for the expurgation of tills foul
disorder from tho blood, and tha rescue of the
avatem from it, destructive consequence,
lience it should be employed for the euro. ef
not only Scrofula, but also thoye other affec
tions which arise from It, such as Eruptive
nud Skin Diseases, St. Ajithony's Fi ub,
EoeK. or EltTSIPBLAS, PlUFl, rt STULES,
Obm-cmfs, BttrNt ndBoir.",TTiu, Tkcteb
anal Halt Riiruw, Scaxd Head, Kuowoum,
Rn I.- VA-risM, SiruiLtTio and MeiepviUAL Dis
i!,iWa,,I)ii'i'r, DtsrarsiA, Dcno-nrT, end,
iiulcoa'r.t Cowpiaints akisino ntox Vitia
ted 'onl JLiPcbk JJioon. The popular belief
in " in'mftff of tiit blood " la fouiaded in trntli,
for f-crofulit i u degeneration of the blood. Tlie
purti'-ular anoso and virtue of this Savapa
rilla in to ptiajfy and regenerate this vital llui J,
witlmut ivlrtpk sound health is impossib'e iu
cuuiimirmtad constitutions.
AYER'S
jgtie; Ourf3,
ron tub erssrf cobb ojr -
Intermittent Fearer, or Fever and Af nr,
Ur.iuittrut Fcvaer, C'hlV Fever, IMunb
Aiic, Pot-aoilioail IIcadowJiB, or EBlloue
HciuiecfdCf and Bkjiiona JTcvcra, indeed
for tle -liol olasa of cUafc-aeeeoaiKinat-iiifr
l-l billAi-J" dcrai3iiut, cataacd by
the Malaria ev MUematlc I'ounttHca.
' Vc ore enabled ere .to offer tlie eomnuaiiiy a
retneejv wliirh, while it ourea the above coirrplainte
ivltli dtrtuiiity, la still perfectly haimlesa in any
quautiiy. , bucli a rcmetiy is Jmalmiblein didnic-lt
wlioic tl?fe nlllictiiij; disorders revnll. 'Jliis
"(Jfitt'." expo! the nnVmntic poieun of Fr.it
and aoit. from me nyaiara, ana prqacm tue oe
rt-liipiuont 0! the discuss. i( taken on tlie tirst an-p.-o
icli of its premuaiitory ymptonts. It is not only
the best remedy ever y t diwuvercd fr thia elnas
of complainu, but nine the eliepet.M'ho brpe
qu'intity wo aupply for a dollar bruiBS it tvitljai the
rcarti of every body ; and in bious districts, Jro
and Aoi'n iirevails, every body lAu;d
Uitvu :itil ue it fieeJ;.' hoth for cure arid protec
tion. A Krotiuiperiorhy of tliia remedy over any
Other ever liiwuvtrcd f"r tlit- speedy and ceria
c.ri- i-f in-a.nItti.-tiU is i!it it ti-iil'ilns no Qnurine
or aiiwral. consciuiently it prurhircs no qniuistuor
oilier injurious eflects whatever ttxm the constitu
tion. ' Xboae cared by it are left as healthy if
they hsat ueacr hud the disease. . ' -.
Fever and Ague not alone the eoi;;eq;icnre of
tho mimmeiuf Doii'Jtt. A crest va-ietv of disor
ders arise iVoat its irritation, rmong bich nre
... 1 .... j rr I - ,r....r
i'titia!gitt, Jiiiewi.iitlem, Gwit, ITei'i rtrfie, VUml
urn. Tuot ...se, Eumche, Cntcrrh. Aslhmit, Val-
vuutttir, X'ttmut tirrciwu -r me rnien, ij
'nfi-J-
Vi. J'" i !. '.'tetk, ('0i-; d'r Rl
tid Di-
ttAW.-.. . t ?iouta:h.
wt..cii, wi.jn
Oiiu ii- -.1. ( thij
cius. Jin on u : t.il' rnut'ii'i
f.V,- 'i'i.iu.. t... 3.J
tiio i..:n fra:, the blood, acd consequently ceres
Amu ail jiK. Jt Se an iravolnubie' prottsiiof tt
la.miMr: riiai tprson trsarellieg "r lrnpor.nily
tvid.i i i ;)" iiilariotwrlistrtcM." Iftukm oc-e-fciatiaiiy
I.." i i'y msile cxjioui w ..'ua Sn:e;-"i' r.
t.itt '! C.?"-:.: red frotti tiic aystom. ;id r.-t.i.v;
a-.-'i i'ltubti- in gtirKsJent qttantity t-j r' a : i-ii ' d.
ci'.i ii'.-i ta k in even more vidut'-blo'l-ir prouc
i titan t end fe'r vr.'il ever sn'ur - h u r
miU'.Tj.s il' ".:) ri' iil themsohci U:c .iccii-.n
u$,reuiiidyaierd.; ,,. ... . . . '.
tfa;ard byDr.J.C. VSSL & CO., loireii, Mas.
- BOBtBtTB It IAMTJBIi, Ooloabos,
Aad brBrwMtstaand Dealers everywhere,
Bov9aurd.tw4LW ' . .
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NlWABXtalO, -
0iaBafactarn mt all klade a Pop
, tabu and Htatlonarr Steam Ett . -glnea.
dtw Mllle, Urlat jnuie, ,
XMTIAiOPLXt BeatmxiS. dt I. MUm tBtVml
V. 4sT. iT. HUTAZL atmlll COltOaCB
- JUCJWrt CO. JSeatmllll B&JJJ0M ,
dt CO. Beaten (I III ,
Oar lortable loctiie and Saw Kill
!
Wiia awarded the ftitt pramlum of ISO at the Indians
tale Pair for 10 ever Use a Bodleyl on acoonntot
Price, Ughtoeei, Bimplldty, economy of fael
, and 90 peri or cbaraoter of lumber sawed. ' ;
OiuBmtaooaryBnirln waaawsrded at the tame Pali
tW lct premalsua of W0.
Oar Portable Bnglne wa awarded the first premluvi ol
tee at the fair at hUmphl. lean., over Blandy'a Dj
veila, Oolambaa Machine Co., and Bradford 4 0e'.
ay a eomatlUn ef p rest leal tUllroad BafUMen. 4
fitfprto imA Senas addreee ' --
"e;i,o'
r' t Avii th i nit'ir.'' ji jxti i r io m 1 1
Ai aea janeb auwh a Aia at tawtaer ., to aay baM
aeaa, wUWi will M tm keeoaehuved aadartbe Ant
of Bala a aea. t- : .ii- r.AASUAy a)eAAAitob Bt.
folabe.p.kl4,lU. ,,1rtT ,Mht
fi
aWVBJaB. BWW aeyeaa, tmm wmmm ay ,.
balm a aa. :
tmi T4tiiiBaB-tB.
Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, lTayton ft Indianapollil
Through to lii(liuiaMliB ffUboBa Change of Care .
t t
and but One Cbaiiftj of Cars between i
I. id
wvlHIuviif nu. V u.i .
tj S.
(.1-Vi,hi!
Foor.TirayfimCoIimtM
t lI
5 VJ,, l '; t' UW1 .IJUUUil'U ' i ! .
A000MM0DATI0N at I at m etepphl at all sta
tion banreaa Colnmna aad Oiaetantil aad Daytoa, ar
nrlog at Cincinnati at 10 OS a. a., and at KatWoat
C Wa.m.,ouutecUi.(at Dutoo for IudJauaoulla aid
the West, " - ;
. , -r-SECOl JRAI -rr '4
. I HPHS39 at 11 40a. m.eiopptntat JflWron,
Bemdoa, erietrlejionj Oedarvlll. Zeola, Bprlci Valley,
Oarwuv, PraaeurU Pert AnoleocJ Morrow Be.1. lAtbanon.
foeter'a, Lev leal and tslirard. at rretoe aeOtocianau
aieevp. mvyicB at p,, m.i eoaoeeuse wuo u
Okie and alisal.ilpiil Kaiiioa for Loirill Ky., Vln
eeeoM, Cairo, BL Lottu.'HesrOrleana, !..- at Daytea
for ladlaBaeeiw, beayarta, Teire Ataaie, Cbloego and
U Western polat. , i(, j- ,, J . ,;
: ?'- " -. THlltf5 TRAIN? ;-''
' MAIL at 0 10 p. a .stopping at a I tutt'onl Utweea
Columbus and Xenla, aad at Bprlog Talley, Ccrwla,
Morrow and Lovoiaad, arriving at Cincinnati at S a. at.
' FOURTH TRAIN. V'' '
rJIOHT BXPRH13, via Dtytoa. at 19 09 'mldolgul,
stopping at Londuo, Xsnla. Day too, Hlodletoira and
Uaclltcn. arriving at Cincinnati at S.SS a. a-; at Day
ton at 8.55 . m.i connecting el Cincinnati with lb
OhiosDd atUsiislppi Ballrcad lor Loalsrlll. Ersnsrllle,
Tlnccnne. Uairo, ft. Louis, Memphis. Nee) Or lean,
and all points Sou b and Scath-weeli leo. at Dayioa
lorlnduujspoll,Lefeite, Terr liaut, Chicago, at
'' ITT 'or further information and Through Tickets,
apply to M. In D0HEMIK, Tioket agent. Dnlea Depot
Columbus.
P. W. ITBtDBB, '
Oeceral Ticket Ageat, CuMlnnatl. '
JHO. W. DOOEBTT,
Agent, Columboa, -S.
TP. WOODWABD,
Superintendent, OuMUtnatt.
ColomloA, July 14, 1801. . -
EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
Sonwv
' C0MIK0I1HO AT BBUAIBl WITH IHS '
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTlBUBOn WITH TUB
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAITjiROAB:
I0BMLNO TEH ' '
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Etistern Cities !
Tralni Leave Columbus at iollow . - v
i .i-'. . UORVISO IXPBtgg -,
Leave Columbos 3 30 A. VI. from Colon Depot. 1a
Belial re or iteubeorMe r trrlv.e at Ballalra, 10.90 Aa
M. BMBbanvtll. 18. W P. Id.; Pliubargh.l 40 P. M.
turrisbarf. 1.10 A. at.: via atrteafeeca, arrial Kw
tork 8M A. U. 4a PaUaailMa. arrive at Phluv
delpbla, a. 10 A- At. I Haw terk, 10.10 A. U Owaaeoj
alao at alarrabarg for BalUmcra, ai riving at 7.4S A. M.
Sleeping Cart attached to thii Train
Praia Colambua. ran directly through to Bellalr or
Pitubargh wlthoat enaogej and Paaenara via Allen
town arrive In New I oik at 8 A. It.,
O-tWO H0UCI IK ADVAN0X OP N0BTEXRS
- - - Unas. - i
This Train also oooneots at Bellaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. . i'
' PITTBB0B3H XXPBISI. ,. ,
Lea re Columbus 11 S3 A U , from tnlca Depot, vld
eteubenrille; arrlree al Newark, 1 K e. U.I Qoiaoc
loa.B.U P. at. Steubennile, 0 P. M.; Plttibnrg, 1.40
r u. iif-inia is uieonir rout oy wnwn raaeenrera
aa leave GinelonaU at 7 A. at., go through to Ptita
bexab. to dayugbt, witheat change f ear or delay.
PAST LINI. -
Lea-SB Ooluiibut I.1S P. M., from Cntoa Depot, via
Bailalret arrive at Heirk, 1 S3 p. U taaeiTUIe,
4 33 P. M j Ballalr T .43 r. M.t Plitsbomh. II. CI P.
M.; Harriekarf, 9.00 A. M.: Ha AVetovm, arrives
tt New York, 4 P. at.; win PMUitUvMa, arrive-
Pblladeluhia, 1.10 P. M.t New York. 0 P. hi. This
Train alao connects at HarrUbarx lor Baltimore, ar
riving at Jr. Id.
This Train ran tbroBgh t Btllalr or Plttsbarfsrttn
oat chanr of Cars; and from rtttiburf there is so
ahaagoef Oar to fhl'sdilpkla, or via Allentowa to
flW r that offwlng ..
Tbe only Route from Colambue to Baltimore,
rauaelpula.or New YorK.wIUi only
, r one outage of Care.
By th'j Trt!a Ptswagtrt arrive la Rsw Xoi'k Ive
boar In tdvanc of the Northern lines.
Tula Train also connect at Beluure wt'Ji th Baltimore
tad Ohio B.B. . ; y b ,
UTThlt Route is 30 miles aborter to Pittsburg,
ana more tna tuv mile Dorter to
. New York, than Northern Lines.
Baggago Checked Through to all im
. pott Ant Points Eatt.
AIK P0B TlC&ITB VIA 1
BELLAIRE OR 8TEUBENVILLE, ' ,
Tickete Goad aver either Boate
JS0. W. BROWN,
flea. Ticket Agent Central uble B. B.
I. A. uuroaiNJoM,
Oca. Ticket Agnt gteubeurUte Bhort Line.
jtlS
GUERNSEY'S BALMI
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REMOVES AND PREVENTS IN
flamaation and pain, and neala tb worst bura.
to Id, bruise, eat or fresh wound of any kind, irvnt
swelling and pain from bee stings, mosquito bite, tod
poiaoroo plant, neuralrla, rheumatism, ago la the
hreaet, call rbeum, eta. When taken internally, It will
postuvely sura croup la children, ana gives tnunedlete
relict tnt&e worst re or tuts umnie oompisinti aise.
remov bcaneneea and aor throat. Prlo, 9 etala'
bottle. Should be In eve 1 bouse. Por -aliby Dntf
glttl and BtorekMpere. IBVINBtiNB,
sole rropneur, a ... apnioeit aae lora;
eeMdwlyia
No real lottlca eaa be done th above DNDaratlon
but by procuring and reading deaevlptlv pmpalt4
be found with all dealers, or wtil bk sent by Proprietor
on demand. Pormnlas and Trial Bottle seat to fbrsl
elan, who will and dvlopmnM la uth worthy tb-jlj
accoptano and approval.
Vorreeponoetiot truciieu rromau wncew neceesutea r
enrioslty prompts I a trial f lb above reliable Bams
dice.
Por aale hp the anal wholesale and retail dealer i
Trywhr.- , s. - -J - t. f C-
JOHN L. lITJNNEWEI.I.t PPaprlete !
. cataiBT and raAkaiACttrrisT,
f Vo. 9 CoBUnSToUl Waarf, Boston, Kaiuv '
Bobrtt A Bamael, . B. lUrple, J.' B. Oook, J. It
Dcnlg, O. Denli tt Bout, A. J.BchuellvfcBon, ArenU
lor Oolambaa, Oblo. myl-dly
Baltimore Clothing House.
NAjreraOTCatat Aire wtrouaAia pbaum is
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
No."S08 W, Muimoretxeet,"
"(arnrta. uttaW i i w
j, fi ,):!' ' BALTinOBEt HUl."
. aaaananaaaniaMaaaanaaaMaaa' ' ' V V,
A lAift iBaactaMot ol nee aU 'ltolsiiia
tMeda OenitanUy ea Hai ' "
Otinnp
iOljioSlfllemnn
CSV
I r I S. . ma n"
TIRatl.;
Bally, per ear.- u,.a.a..f ...e.ia
Tri-Weekly, per rear. . ... ..... uaav '
Waakly, perynat
; i , i , , -.! an -i i ii a.
[From the London Once A Week.]
CIVILE BELLUM.
' laMll fearfnl alrnnta hataaan' Vantk and Bnarh.
there an b0dr4of ranu la which f.lhan ara arratad.
mitrst a, erutergslasl bretht,. 4wiery
1,lj- l1'' bli lla-anmil fl'.w t, :l-ll I
Blllinan. tboct a a fsacy akot - ,li ' 6 ' '
Btralfbl tt tb heart of job prcwllag VldaK. ' B " "
Blrg a ball tn the illtterlLi idoi J . l -:
i that shine ea hit breast like an amnUtl"'
" ,i .... -a - j . , -. . J
"ANCspUlnthrgofora.drawnbU, ,: "
Tn-re'. maslo arouad eke my barrel's to tonel" ' t
Oraokt want tb tifl tb meieeoger sped i
Aad teed from bis horse Ml tht rluglfig drtfMn. ,
i . -. i j, ' . s ,., 'v.,,, ... . .
;'Nw, Blfleaan, steal threaeb Ike bash and toitcb 1
Proa yeas victim some trinket tohan1l Brat blood;
A buttot, a loop, or thai lamlooat pauh u
That gleams In th moon luu t diamond itadl" .
. ,, i ,., i .. .u
'Ohl Captain, I s Uttered, tad sank la ny track, 1 '
When I gated on to face of the fallea vlean, '
Por he looted eo like yon, aa be lay oa bia baoa. '
Zhal ny heart rose auoa a, and auuiers lm Jl.
... t . . . . i. u - ... i ;
"Bat I tntjbd off Ik trtakhU leeket f gold- '
An Inch f roa tb cealer my toad Bros Its way,
Bcarc gr log th picture eo fair to behold,
Of a eeaaiifal lady in bridal trrty.'
-.,:... .. --. ,
"Hal BUrmsn.Blng malhelMktll-'ritSDd, '' '
By broiber'i yeaag Ofl u4 wi fallea drairoofl '
Wet her husbwd nuibl eo idler, 'iwae Uaarte's decrttf
Weaatl bar hla the. by th light of th moon I ..
"Bat hsrkl th rtrbagl. Ibelrwamlcg anlbt; " ' . '.'
Wtrlttvina weakeala " 7
There 1 1 lorklnr and loping arouad at to-ptobt;
LcU again, alloeaao, seep your band II I
FROM THE ONCE UNITED STATES.
TALK ABOUT MARRIAGE.
BY T. S. ARTHUR.
Teo maldeoa, to youtbfal bloom aad beauty,
tat earnestly ttlkloc. Tbeir thonrhu vara
retcblog awty lutj the future tbeir theme was
mtrrtlge.
"I like hlo well enough,' said one of them,
' Sbeptuted, the objection' aaspokeo..,- ' '
"What is the Impediment, Alice?" L-'
' Hit looome ii too tmalL",
"Whtt It It?" ...,,- ;
"Eight haodred dollars a year."
"You might lire on ibtt." .
"Live! Bib! Whtt kind ot livlogl'V
"Not In princely style, I will admit." c '
"ilot soaicely in plebeian, Fanny. . , Eight
bnodrtd dollarti Wb, father paje tlf hun
dred dollsra rent, and I'm sure our style of liv
ing is plelu enough. Eight hoodreal Oh no.
I like Harry better tbtn any jouog man I bare
met. I could lave him, no doubt. But be can't
support a wife la any decent kind of etyle." ,
"Did your lather and mother begin their mar
rled lile on a larger income than flirry Pleatv
ante now reoelvesT filioe did not, aa I bare
often betrd them relate."
"Father and mother! Ob, according to tbeir
Story, Job'e lamoos turkey was aeareely poorer
thin they were ia the beginning. Mother did
all her own work, even te the washing aod Iron
ing, I believe. Father't income was jiol over
three or fonr hundred dollars a year." ;
Aod tbey were btppy together, X am eare."
"No doubt. Ia feci I've beard mother etr
that f be flrtt bard struggling years ot taejr life
were among the btpplest the baa known. But
that doeen t signify for me. That ia no reaaoa
why ber danghter thonld eleot to go Into the
kltotvao, and spend ber ytara In watblng, Iron
log and cooking. If a man ltoj't able to tup
port a wUegemeelly, and In the stile to which
she baa bean accustomed, lei him marrv soma
Irlth cook, tewing girl or washerwoman, who
will manage hit houtehold with tba needed
economy. Young men wbo can'l cam more
than eight nunorea or a tcontand dollars a year
should not look into our circlet for wire."
- "I don't like to bete yea talk In this way,
AHoe," aald bar companion.' "We are not ev
perlor belogt', but only the iqutls of the men."
"Uia l tav we were soperlorl"
"One might Infer from joar lasgaige that
m thnnsht an "-' ' i -
"I don't see boartbe inference cap' fairly e
orawn " , ,;
. "Oar circle for wire,, you ild just now M
Yts.' v.- v. . : : . ..
"Mr bat do yoa mean by lit" , . !
A eirole of lotelllgeooe, reHotmeat, ttste
and ouUlration' replied Alice. ,-
"Yoa don't aa wealth. . -i i
Ne. My father, though living In good gt tie,
la not rich. 1 bare heard him tar mora man
once, thai wo were liviox on ii our luooma " ,
" i aeu, ww nave oar owa tweet telra with
which io endow ear imebendi. No hon.aa n.
ltade i no tiecka from woiea to draw an inodmei
nothing subttaotlal on whieb to claim the right
vt mciua aappurmi Ul wsuj lustnees. we mutt
do rica uraaerj aa to pereontl attraotloss."
"We areedaoated aad aocomnifihed. nrt
and-
I " .,,11-1 ..... .1 .
Aliee wae not a little bewildered In thoncnt
and did noi finish theeenteoee. v J 1
"Not better educated or ecoomlfahan nt.i.
than are most of the jonag men.wbo, at eltrke,
earn only trom aeren haodred to a tbontand dol.
tare a year. n tnie regard we are timply their
4uia. aju, w stria me, taat. in another
view of the esse, we eaonot claim even an
equality. Aoey are oar lupertort."
."Not by aoy meant," replied Alice.
: WeebaUaee. Here le Harry Pleaeante, for
Ultiauu. nan it Bit inoomtT 1 tDlDk JOB
mentioned the eaaj Jatt now." '
"Eight hundred dollar a year." : !
"That U tb Interest on bW mush 7 )et
me ate aoout twelve tboutand dollars. Tu be
equal as a matoh for Harry, then, you thonld be
wwiu ewejire luiienDu aouart. ' "
i "How yoa talk, Fanny !" ' i'---Ll'
'To the point, don't It If we are not tun-.
riorto the youutt men wbo yitlt ns, superior
aiuipiy iu .ir.nn wi uyr oca, saD OUT Only Claim
to oa natraeoraeiy eupportea in tale eelMadutg
eace must lie to the fact that we endow ourhut-
bands with tufflalent worldly troode to -...
the oondltlon." ; ' . ....
Yoo arelngenlont." 1 K 1
"No. matter of fact. - What hare Ton ta a
againti my position, Alloe Are w better than
youog men of equal lotelllgeno and educa
tion?" "- '. r. -' ' .. . .! ,
No, I eaonot aay that we are. L"' 1
"if w marry, we matt look nrrnn tha fr
haibtndt. Rloh , men, as a aenaral tbinv. aa-
leot tbeir wivea front, rloh men's -danrhiara.-a.
Oar cbanoet In. that dlteetioa are net vwrp n
oourtgiog. Your fathef baa- no dowry for bis
child, bo bae mine. " Thalr raotiTlea ar Urrt
and expensive, and li t tie ereq thing ol the year's
looome Is left at the iMt'ttloM. The best
thei can do for ej to tlve tie homttt and I
feel,, that It It not muob to our credit that we
are eontent to lean on eur fathers, already
stooplog under the bardsu of lean, eare and
toit, luiteeu wi uppuinDg oareeivee, -me
thought hat troubled me ot late." ., ,
A sober hue esme orer the faoe of Alios, aa
she eat looking Into the eyes of ber friend. She
did not reply, and Fanny went on.
i- "There te wrong in this. On what ground of
reaaoa are wa to do esempt iront tne Common
lot ef vseful workt We exDeat ta himm,
wlree and motlrera. Is thlt oar preparation?--
van yon oaae a loai oi sweet, light bread T"
'"No." , '' - .
"Nor eaa L Of tout a alrloinT' ; '
i: "No." '-- ' ' "'J r- ,
Or broil a stetk? Just think of It, Alice !
We can manage a little tuelest embroidery, or
feney knltHngj eaa ting aod play, dance and
chatter but aa to the Peat and substantial
tblngt of life, we are Ignorant and btlpteee.
Aad with all thlt, forsooth, we eaonot think of
letting ourselves down te the level and ooodt
lion f eh tuous, Intelligent yoqog men, who la
daily mseful work, are earning a fair ludepeod-.
eio Wearead- ettp'trlortiitt.we must hive
beibtBd able to support -ot In lusutlout ldle
beet, ec we will bare none. ' We trr willing to
pate th stan to wheat lovt Vbutrl suite h In
tb tendereet bond, beoante hi Income le
Bsall, and marry fee poaltioo. one from wboa
.
boui inrog WltO lOttlOOUTe everelon. C n
e wonder that eo many are n.,happ,t" -
,"BaH eieht bandrad 3nll. F.Z.l ir-
Itpossibl. lor a mtrrled couple toVl v. l;
deeeet style, la thl altr. on .la-he h,.ri,d aJ
lari a year
rear!" -- ;
H -.a wiuiuf to perioral per part."
, What tfo joe mesa br bar oire. Fa.,n.7'
"We will take it for rrant.d that .k- I. n
better than ber buabiod; that, having brought
i"ivui uoyuuq uer near ten, one can
dot "'tirti superior prtviieifes." ' , ,-
aV7eUT" - " - t ,,, ,
1 "He d" to work through all the dtp."
':i"Wellt',' ' - ' , .
'"Doder; wbtt equitable role It tbe 'exempt?"
"None".' - Ihe mutt do ber otrt. af n ,uraa. if
there la aDjtblog to do with. She must keen
his bouse, If be can afford a boasa. But if be
btre only eight boudred doll art a vest? ' Wb.
rent alone would coma me half or more than
half of tbit. There would beuo housekeeping
la tbe ease .' Toey mutt board "
Aod the wile tit In Idlcoets all the daw
".in wemid btve nomog td do."
"Cjuld tbe not tetoh? or by aid of a tewing
machine etrn a fer dolltrt every week?, or en
gage iu tome' otner useful woik that wQuld
yield an Inocrae. and to do ber part?" i '"
"Yea, sbenrlyUdo something of the kind
but if mtrrlrige is to make workies of ns, tt
were better to remsio elagle " .
' "And lire in aowomioiy dependence on onr
ptrenrt and' relatives ' No, Alices there It a
false sentiment prevailing oa this subject, acd
as I tbltk and talk I see It more aud more
Wr'y- Oar ptreott bare been wetk In their
(ove 19 B; dOd tociety, as constituted, bat
given ut vrcBg ntlmates of tblngt. . IV e ebootd
have been required td oo useful work in tne
houtehold. liom tbe beglouing; aud ahould
bave been taught ibat idleneee aud self lodul
CDce were duaredlUble. : Our brotbere tre
put t J tradet a. d preleitioni, aud made to com
prebend, from the beginning, that luduatry ia
honorable, and that tba war of useful work ia
the way by wbloh tbe world's brightest places
are to be teaobed. Bdt we are ratted daintily
aod utelettly, and to fitted for oir duties at
wives and mothers. . Our pride and self esteem
are fostered j end we come to thlbk of cartel ret
as future queens, wbo are to be mialttered to
ia all thiugs, Instead of being minie'rtnt, la
loving teif-forgetfuluess, to others- No won
der tbtt en toti-marriage tentimetit I begin
niog to prevail asiMigtt jouog men of mojerate
inooatt, in all oat larger cillet. Toe f tdlt it
lave, Alice. Toe tin liet at our door. We
demand too much In tbit oopaituertbip. We
are not willing ti do oar thtre of work. Our
hatbasdi most beir all tbe hardens."
Alice elraed heavily Har friend eontinnedf
"I btve retd somewhere tbat tbe deligi.il. ol
earen It tbe delight of being useful. And ii
Beams to me, as I dwell upon the thought, t'ortt
tbe Dearest approach to heavenly delight hu:e
matt be that atate into wb eh a wife comet when
tboauod by ber husband' tide, and out ut
love for him. removes one burden and another
Iron bis shoulders, And eo ligbtene bis work
tbtt tmllee take tbe place of wearlntst aod the
anadowiogt or care. - it be et ricn, toe c-tn
hardly have to great a privilege; but if tbey
are alike poor, aod knew bow to moderate their
detiree, tbeir home may become an Image of
Paradise. - Eight bandied dollar! Alice, if
yoo ware re ills Sited to become Harry's wife,
yoa might live with bio, doing jour part bap
pier tbaa a qaten."
"Tbtt is, i most take In work, if we board;
or bat boatekeeolDC Is out of the question."
"No, It should never be out of tbe question
la marriage, I think." .
"Bat hause-rent aione woatataae nait ot oar
Income."
: "That doee Dot follow
' "It deee for anx boute I wonld ncsenl to
livelo."
"So pride la stronger tbtn love. Cat pride
baa lie wiete aa well at love, end tbe one It bit
Iter while tue other is sweet, Ic it ibis pride ol
rappearanres, tblt liviog for tbe eyes of otber
people wbo do not ear a penny for ut, tint it
marring tbe fair labile ef oar social life. Fine
boutet, floe drettts, parties, shows aad oostly
liixurha of all kinds, ate consuming domegtio
happiness, and burdening fatbert aLd buebaudt
la all grades ot society, with embarrassment
and wrctebedaets. Alto, pre mutt be wicer in
our generation." .
"That it, coop ounelves np (n two or three
meto little rooms, with eight hundred dollar a
year baibtods, and to do our own cooking and
bouiewoik. Ie tbat 11, my pretty one?"
"Alice! yoa do not deserve a good mm Yoa
are not worthy to wed Hany Piemtiti, and I
trait yoa will past him by, should he be weak
aeough, to offer yen ble band. - He can't tffjrd
to sterry a girl -f youp expectation j be mutt
eonT-' lBelf wu on woo, like blmielr, re
cardt Hi r'a ' rDe,t Dd the way
of nte and da? f m U UM nonor ni ,he
[Washington Correspondence Philadelphia November
3.]
3.] Presentation of a Sword [...] Major-
General McClellan.
...
, Arrangemetti were made jetrdsv fan a
riew ot the Pennsylvania iroopt here, after
which a committee from your City Coancilt
proposed to present to Oeneral MoClellaa the
sword prepared for tbat purpose by order of the
City Government of fhlladelphla. Tq levere
etorm prevebted tbe review, and tha npufttd.
Uorj took place at Oto. MoClelitn'a headtiuar
tore la tbe evenlug.
At seven o cioox tbe committee, with
irienae, ana a number ot our prominent citissns,
were assembled, when S.enbea Benton. E n " in
behalf ot your oity, made the oresentation -lr h
me loiiowicgaearest: - -
-"Gbmcbau .The Coancila of ! Philadelphia,
th oity of ear birth, btre tent nt here upon
tb pietism duty ef preteatlng yoa with this
award, in teitimony ot tbeir appreciation of yonr
avtviina, mil jour tooiviuaai worm, we repre
tent alike tbe regard of jour aear friend, as
well as the broad and general feeling of unison
with your effjrte of a great community built
apoo tne ooiy spot woere 1 inert y aud tree Insti-
tatione reoeived tbeir first form aod method
Taie token it tendered for that whiob von hava
already dune, to abow that through all your toils
aod dangers, and those eo gallantly and tno.
eeesf ally ltd by you, tbtt we of your birthplace
nava looaea oa wiia appuaie ana neartlelt In
tereet. i- . J
" We have tbe good fortune to be the first to
etlute yoa aa the bead of the Broadest armv
ever atsembled on this oamiosx to sty tbat,
with rtneetd ardor, Pennsylvania aland he
your side. To-day we reoocoia thesnirlt-of th
age In the placing of the wtr-weapon la tbe
naauaoi youtnana neroism. : Hon of Penoeyl-
ranle, your Bute looks oa you. To the last
drop hi nr vetum u4 the iii coin ia ber rof.
fete, the is vourt. . Be not aDoaliad hv tba mao.
Dltude of pu.lio expectation, or be learul ef
tn remit, juet; our unit be in God, for our
etui la tbe eaua of oouttiiuilonal li baity and
of humanity for all time to come. ;
Xuu may reeret tie oocAtioa for tbe draw
ing of the eworfl. . We feel it it in year nature
to rejiee who it pan boaurably be put up; bat
while it ia drawn, and our misguided country
men bold to tbeir rebellion, the lives, the honor,
and the fortunes of thousand of tbe 8ute cf
wbloh yoa are tbe eon, are ready to be devoted.
each and ell, 10 tbe prevent oaute; and tbey are
proud that jott hare so large a put In the con
flict, ehieldsd as yoa are tu day. with tha brlsht
and trastj armor of seventy tnouaaiid Penutil
l J , . L 1 . . ... -
VALia soituert aruvuu tuta taoreq oapittl, -. .
.'."We honor yoa as a renreeeotatlve miu it
repreeeotiog loyal reaotjlranla wbre every
family sends to tbit contest a father or a eon, a
opposed to e rebellion agaloit her part and lot
la the Inheritance from ear aire, and in accord
ance with aitatiment unalterably declared, tbat
the H1 permit no armed dictation al bom or
abroad, which hat for its object Ihe diminution
of a alogle bond of the Union or tb least fibre
of Iu strength. . ......-.. wi u en
General: Aft active miod led yoa tq leave
daring ptioe the art yoa learned tq thoroughly.
War hat restored yea tj It with high rponi
bllitleti Yoa have bo favored largely wi'h
aaucoeat wUioh hattetledtbe goodopiolooof
Poop earlier promise. From tbe peaeeful arte
has rleen with yoo mighty army, whiob, t Is
t.k. ..... . . -
. b,en 71 .tif"" te
!.""". ":uok toon retire aaaia tn tk.eam.
I ii. -U",y. ,M o"1" to bis borne, or left to
'H ri ?
and .ami..:: .Lr. "'' o W tltAB
. , u, loose -o tble areat
rnggle fur ottlooal exltteooe. Aaeoe the
last to leave tb. field will be 30 oSct
..'a .It 3 tJ1' PP,M" of f etrbotMmw.
and tblt eword. wb-oh, with jUt other Iropblerl
shall adorn tbe archaa nf kZT. .
MoClellao.betaidf- t Y . , r ,
"Sir, I place in your hsn'd th! a..d .nd
may tbe. blessings of God go with It. May' you
baodle It With trust In llhat hia-h nn.
knowledge tbat the cause ia which rea-ere en
gaged it one of l.berty aod of couiliUtloual
rtgbte for all time to come. Ia tbe name o'
runyirDia, in the came of oar aacred cause,
Inow tniruet to yoa this award: tn h,w.kia n
your side ia the defense of your creel and alo
rioui country.",
3i05.t!,.e tw0Ti ftt"1 wtln'n'poa'Yf, Gen
eral McClellan responded 1 1 "
''f,1 to give my warmeetaod deep
est tbatikt to the honorable body you reprtaeut,
for thlt entirely unmerited eimpiimea,. I could
7 i D8"'r " 1 ta"J4Dt that I deserved it.
Bat I de not feel' tbtt I do. W,mn m.t r
hare jet accomplished would Warrant this high
compliment. It u or the future to decide
whether I thall realigt the expectations and
hopes tbat hare beta centered in me '
"I trust aod feel that the day Is not far dist
ant when J shall return to the place da;ett ot
all others to me, there to tfwnd the balance ot
my lile among tbe people from whom I bave
received tblt beautifal gilr. The war cannot be
long. It may be deepvrate.. , I ask in tb fu
ture forbearance, pitieuco, acd coup" Jenos
With tbete we eta icaompliib all; and while I
know that In the great drma woicb may have
our bearta blood, that Penotylvaola will wTi
play tue least, l trust tbat, oa ibe other hsal,
tlie will play the highest and noblett p-rt
"I fcirala thabk you, and ttk vou ti conver
to the Couooils my most tlucera tbsukt for the
sword. Sty to tbem tbtt it will ba m T,hi.
tioa to deserve ii bereuf tcr I know 1 do cot
The ceotlmecti of tbe enetkera were necull-
arly appropriate, and the ceremony was tocch
iag and impretsive. At tbe close of the On
eial't respoote, Mr. Benton Introduced thr
members of the committee 10 him. and he iu-
trudoctd them to the members of hit stuff.
Tbe sword was tximmtd by the military offi
cers pretext, aud aiucb- admired; and, Oumitif;
ts It does from bit Irteudt, at a lime wbeu
thoie oew tnd heavy responnlb'tlitles have been
thrown upan the Genem.1, it was an appropriate
aaa welcome pieuge ci cunudeuce In onr new
military leader.
-AT 13 VV
ILVliOWARUSTORI.
lUdT RECEIVED BY
WM. A. G-ILL,
No. 30 North High Street,
Doe ot the Largest and Seat Oleettd Aswan
op '
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BVBR OFPXRXD IN TniB 0IT!
House Builders' Farnishingg
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Table, Desert, and Tea ' Srjooas,
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extra heavy, Klactro-Platad, oa genuine Arbatts.' '
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