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D 1ILT. TBI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLI
MANyPENNY & MILLER,?'
f ifBEiVHi atd PB0?8I,T0B.
O" OfflM loa. M, SI aad 40, Forth High It
Sail . . . a 00 par year
- mj ui wmtr, per wesa, 1 Bents.
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Ont II month 18 00
On " 8 month 5 00
Joe " 3 montht 10 00
Out mouOaoS Ot
On " I month, i 00
vn squares weak.. in
On v 8 week.. I 00
On v tiHk... 175
On ' tdui... 1 00
On. MMSdayl'.P'TS
On ' 1 Inaertlon go
DlRVtrtMWn1 tkH or than the ovt
AdTetBeWleideo ni-WlrM ln'H, ,ldm i
at
Boecisl Notiou," double tht ordinary raUt.
All notion reqnlrM to b pablldbj Mnr, ItgtlhiU!
I. ordared on the Intlda ticlnslTelj after the nratwtek
per cool, om'thMt theihow rntetj kat all nob wll'
appear In th Irt-Wert It without ch.rrei
BuiineOanli, noteiceedlnn fire tin, per rear, In
la, 2 50 pr Uo;.taM $'H .,,! .!-,,
Notloeiof meUdg,ohrlLbleoclotlei,flreoipnle,
1(1K f. ti rttl-m not be rbU fcem ZJ
Weekly, iiun price a the Dally, where the edrtrtlier
teethe Weekly alone. When (he, Daily, and Weekly
ere both need, then the eharg fr the Weekly will be
BUSIKKSS,'.CAla)S.i
AND NOARXjPUBLIC ......
i)fflo Ambot Bonding, oppoelt Capitol Bqoar.
rS TO0XtrHBPB,OHIOJ
Attorney & Counsellor at Iaw,
kMARION.OHIO.
"! I'lt!"'
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STtelM "ENGINES ' & iBOUERS,
l' OMtintri. Mill -ChMtrlncti SCAAhlnanr. il n'
'"'-'itiA.';
f!- VHt .Siti
Hallroad
worls
L - of imr BwoiUFTioii. "
ryr jf-OOmUVVlBVUt "OHIO." 1
0BAS. AJCBOg, Wl' 1 1 . IJaOB, Tret. '
1861. 1861.
Summer
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
OonnecrlDf at Oreitllnt-wlth tti- PITTBBTJBCIH, f T.
r WATM 0HipA(JORATjr,BADrrf. rt
tor Mttbtli; riltadtlpMa tnd StOUmOrt; Mto
for Fort Waynrand OMeaao.
Connecting at fteVelud with the tAKI fSHOBI &AIL
tTAWt't BOAS
rorDnnklrk, Bnffal), Alkanry. Boa-
-T C w-mmj JMm nwvw M. Vri J r.AaV .
THREE TRAINS DAILY, '
EXCEPT BCNDAT,; "
From Oolumbna, In bon'nectlon with Traloi oa. the
' "IIAIT1I AND". COIjUITIBUs
FIBBT TBAWr '' --"'
NIGHT BXPBH38.-Ltaret Oolumbot at 3.40 A.M :
will Icbts paatengert at all ttatlont aonth of OaUon,
atop at Delaware,. Aabley, C aldington and Ollead, and
at all ttatlont north or Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 0:00 A. M Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., Buffalo 4 S6P. M.
Albany 8.SO A. M., New Tork 6:35 A. U.. Boaton 3:30
V "i' wrgtt via vrettUM d.M j. M , Fhlladel
hU S:10 A. at., phlcago via Greatlin at 7:00 g, U. : :t
BK0ONDTBAIN,h ,vr r.Tn.
NBTv T0BK KXPBB8B Leave Oolmbt at 11:10
a. m. win atop atJLewla Centra, (for Whit Sulphur
. Bprlngt), Delaware, Oardlngton, Gallon, Crwlllne,Hbel
by, Sew London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:35 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:40 p. m,( Buf
falo, KM p. m.; Aluasy, 8:a, m.;NwYk, 1:5
P.m. I Bettoo,-4:Mp.m. Tbit Train oonneottat Shel
by for Baaduakyiaad At GttftoA for Toledo, arriving at
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION-Leave Oolumbu
at v.ai p. m. win ttop at all ttatlont South of
oo.idx. aaoi at w London, Wtllingtan, . flrarton,
uu Mvivmt vrriviDR afc vieveiana at o:ou p. a.l ian
kirk, t:Ota. ro. ; Buffalo, 340a. m. ; Albany, 8:0 p. m.i
nwxor, 7o p. m.; Botton, 11:45 p. B.; pktabunrb,
Chicago, vto Oreatltrte, 6:45 a. b. Xhla Train oaneta
at Bholby for Sanduaky and Toledo, arriTisK at Toledo
"
at 8:55 p. rnT
meat sleeping Cbji ar run on all
Kight Trainj to Chicago, "Sm?
"TWK anoLBoitQii.7
Baggage CKkMcA S hmtghlo irm Tort andt Botton
Night fxp"r& arrive. ittTolumbut at.ll:IS 'p.'at".
ClneiniiHtt KxireaaariivualOolnmhna.t in-sn i. m:
Awommoilaivii ;pteit ,rrlvei at Ooiumbut at,J:5p
jr '-fniiri''-
a" ' 'rr apy o'h1 Pont-
V Jlititft wa jrtttmor CkUu
"" ' J, ; FE1STi
Buperlntendeot, Cleveland, Ohio.
fn;-l fOolumbntVOhk.!''
Oolnnbut, hu 17, 1861.1 i v - v, :-..-
OAAfl r final BbMrtadl P,f 4 r7t!
1 All lw-lH OMEBrt WlietliLAOK
IVVI TKAlOObagtprlmBlOon.r A
1 60 pookel old XntoijjJowejoraeat Java OOffe. i.
JSInjrtCeyloaOoffa.,-,, .,.,rs .-j,,,
00 mt. itandard Whl $n&n, dootlatlog of PsW.
.". dred.Chruahed, Granulated and B Coffee..,
AO qulnUlt George Bank Oodflah. . , , '.7
" .AVl lok 8Un0.n. ma I J. lj vr
0 hf. to do '-do '
-)'.J UVO Ull
") uigaJeroisf pranaj and gradet
Bovar
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m mm t-m t v a ,t.a aw
Atld BlMlk.BftflaT Kav1rfiirtTirfT'J
jiOBmjaoHjrrBnT, ootottjij ohio
t - " irtT-i ?,-"- '!.
r near .Viiitcrandi Jilnc
IS Of
D-iXU- t"U'J a. i, ai; ma H4t'aliia!
ELAINE B, .o: in'tw til
KAMS, . m
rWaanar 9 rl -".W!,
BAIMalOHiMT'
aprSl No.OOSeBth Hlgl
71
nrr
RKW IIOO.
. MU
' Ho. BO, BOOTH . Uaa ITBSBtJ'
' Ha Jatt received a ," V' feoi) fiWiSiis
altbtfl la t auanner' tar tupviw i any iutrodoiaW
.5fwa .niHiciiwwtHtlJ laao'i a..
t DUK ASIU N R ACEFtTLNEBSifi
a aVTaaai aaaHTalBct tl )H . , '.' Vj
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
ThoIateit-rTlii IartMt-Tht?Beit,
z J fl? tucapws sookOM til JBeit,
Jnat BeUebl Standar A-
w jtunarta jsmvum jsameator of VMo,
"f HI" BRIT 9NQU8H DI0TI0NABI I IT ANT."
trarg JKaf Jhtrtivitr,)
'Hi re i,wardio(a BnM TftomaB ITor,
" 5ltUrlof meaahi(i and dertvatlona, lotether
ettbefoiwtlMty." ' ,-r:rr-7 tt
wimi nnii ovrrwji Deiun. man nfAnHmt ah ami
no(wia Cbmmrool.
Th Bpdnlime aaeBben of the OUo llata TeeheTt
AmeiaUon. 'adontuiil tin tnnM In taai-hln. i4Hnf
J4 pklnt. th orthoe-mpliy aa4 pronDolattetl of
noroe,tr'ilo)ral Quarto Dlotlonary. end w mott oor
dlally nooDnend It ae.th mott reliable itandardaa
Ihorlty of the Ingllth langnage, at It I now written and
ImAJnuiiww.PrMMMtKeriyon Collegia. "I
D. Lwoarr, Superintendent Zanetrllle Sohooli.
Too. W. Hakvtt, iap't HetellonUnton Bchoolt.
M. F. Oowdht. BnD'IPriblla Bohooli. landaak.
H-ublloBchoola, OiroltTllle. , ,.,
il Clereland Female, 8mln-
JOM 0Dn. Prinln.l Rta.la Hnrawl Bnknal. Minne.
WW. .1 I ,1 J.
Otbdi Niton, Principal Fourth Intermediate School,
Olaclanatl,-. oj iriri' .
JI, 8. HiWrm, Sup'ttoanton tJaUrj , loataWiri "
jnwni BaaaA, Frinolpal MoNealy Normal School.
i x. xArrAa, rror. natnenutiot, oni pnivertlty.
. vr . swabd. cnp't xroy Union Bchool.
I A. (I. lOHin PriDCln.l Waal Hloh Rnhnnl
HU1U. .
lAid.ftfr")'
(frlnclpat High Bthoel, OMtV
. Principal nifb) BehooL1 CleveJ
i Taaoaoiui BtHioiv
land
Br. V. HnaltTOW, Prlneloal Cltvelaad InttltuU.
J. A. OAirunj), Prealdent of Xleetlo Inttltut, HI-
tV f , " r. 7- .tf-'r PT; ft. ' -v
e"- - pw i., iwt vw wit viuv nwoiMi
nlveralty.
' H, aMbt Xx-OeataMmar of Common School,
unto.
Jtuaj Mointot, Prof. Bhetorlo, Oberlln College.
Tnoa. Bill, Preddeht AnUoch College.
ehoo.; naytoi. " -"i ""-
' B.-'-ffl flarJMB&ITilltl brtJ-' TAnMtH. Hlk AVibAAl-
vh. . ' ' e '
J.MBAjt8up'trjnlnfcJjoala, Ahland.! ;w
Uor than Sim Bundrtd otW Pnnidmia of an
If. Pro ft HOT t. AulAnrm tliA Dimtbuiutihdfltrliuia-
tort, have mJortut At above HnHmtnt. -
H'M'J ,'..' ;'(- f.,-.f ...U ,i i7 fill 1
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
UAJtlBTTA CoiLaoa. "It la trnlw a majmlflnant work.
to honor to th aatbar, the publlthtri, and th whole
oantry." Preildent Andrewt. .... ,
OHIO Wislvta. T7invun-rv .V Tt AYrisw4i aiWerBaflta-
flont. It will be mv aalde In orthoe-rarjhv and nronun
aktloo, and will often ba ton an lted by me for 11. neat
and aeourat deOnltioni." Prealdent Thoupeoa It '
. W. B. BoukTno OotAaaaWBantofon w hare nted
Wtbtter I orthorranhv. At A Mruint niMitin. nt nnr
TiHy, It wat decided to change it to conform. to that
wo rotate r-t Hojil Quarto DloUonary."-Prldent
Wield, jLjrti 1 ,2tfi, ,uo wiv.ijij f .: 1'
Wawrxan BartaTa flntiawa "t rnA It wnrthw nl
CordWapprolUoa.''-PrBldatHlbjhooeli,,. ::,
OHIXtll CcaLaaa. "It Hon than anMUl mr inaaiV
won. , 1 reoommena 11 aa the atandard anthoritv Id
orthoepy to By children and my puplll." Prealdent
atorgan. -
Awrtnrai Pnr.f a.i(T mAnni .nrl aim tn mm In (u-h.
lag, writingand tpeaktag, tbaortaogTapjay and prontm
ef"on f Weroaatcr'a BoyaJ Qtirtoi . Dlotlonary, 'V
Prerldent BUI, I 1 I ) 1 V i If Ij
"In all mv Writlna. maaklnr. and taaohlna-. f have en.
deavorad to eeafora to th rule for ortbography and
pronunciation aa oontalned In Woroaatar'a Diotlonarv.'
Horac Uana, lata PreeVlent.- i - mwj i , '-'
Kurroa TJouaaa. flAartrtaaa! bo ti cordlallt ranm-
mond It aa th meat rvlUbl tmndard aathoritr ol tht
Ingllth languagt at It la now written and tpoken."
Preildent Andrew.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERSOHIOV
ftom Be. -Anton Bmtt Cvrxmttortoner of Common
1 wrww, w. IHV
'The TXcMomr. la u traTMriahAMa wion.aiamt la the
learning and induatry of It author, and an honor to th
woria 01 taajtri. - 'in mecnainreAi uaita -j tat anpt
lqualnted. ' t. - t..
nor 10 wax 01 anv. otner l-aatron witn arbub 1
from Hon. a. B. Barney. !-Commit Honer 0
v ,.. ocvioom m tao.
"The molt irellabl j tan lard aothorltj f tna Jan
ltg-"
, ' A f ;- ' f i Ta - '.-1 t ja ?f v .
Ijeadlna Newspaper of Ohio- Say.
4 Irom (Xt CltvelanA Btrtld x MforcX 28
The orthography of th Wormoter filcdonary It that
uatdhy BoaU if not alU aataorf t dlrtinotlon In ibla
country ana sngiand, ana ooniormt to the general attge
of ordinary wrltert and tpeakera. k
Whatever prejudloe may havt eillted prevlonaly, a
eareiui atuoy or una volume win invananiy at, rouowea
by a warm appreciation of lit great mertta, and a dealre
to add it to the well ae looted library, be it large or email,
It It a library tnlttelf, and win remain an imperliha
bl reoord of th learning of Iti compiler. . ... , .,
. I Irom Vie OinoitmaH Oemmeroial of April SO,
Hera are upward of a hundred thoutand word good,
bad and indltlereut 1 evhoto multlfariena tneaolnga and
derivatloni, together with their correot tpelllng and pro
nunciation, are aet olearly before the eye- The work H
unquestionably the greatest thetaurui of Engliah Word
v.rpublibrt.v;i.n
from the Cleveland JPlalndealtr of Sept. SO, 1850.
Bvldently Woauanrraa'k JUWAtQaAti-ro DiraioaiaBT it
"4 only the tart, but the Barrator of the Und ever it
wd,andean by no poea'-biUta: tuiler by oomparieon er
ooatroveny. i
j C -"':jfrim fatbl&BladerUav.' -'T;.l
At to raoirtiaciATion. Wotoiwna '.it tbb Stawoard
followed by our but authon; in definltloni be leavee
nothing to be deaired, and In ORTBooatAnrr It I lufflctent
to any that Woaoavrot can b tafeiy followed.' -
Pnbllaber, Bookaellera 6c Statlanera,
NO. 191 SUPI-I0R.BT., 0LITXLAND, OHIO.
OHII liTHOH, pup'
Wlfi'WrTr!Ww.f 1
THE MUTUAii BENEFIT 1
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of .saaTeso v i. .
r I0"o wailcr KT, tT-
illTidena JanaatTli IIS 1 il JPtr Cent,
A8BETB .w ..' r.. . .rt 3rSlS JSK 50,
a:
v
-
Balance, p statement Jan lit, 18S0,.BJ,4f,fl8
Becelved for Premiums dur .1
lag tht year 10.,......7W,053 55,. r ..
eoalved for' Interest during -i-!---' , , .I.IM
th year 1800 814,014 10
Total reeelr.li for 1860. .ii'.B977.007 74
ratdOlalmbyDeaui,!)7,oso ou, .,,
Paid Pollole lurren ' ' .
dered 41,111 2 ,. ,
Paid Balariee, Poit-
age, xtjoav 'iJHw i ' !
.ehanm. min 91 fiQA ka
Paid Oommittlont to -- ':'
Agentt .51,325 30 'itv i ay ;w
Fald Phyrielant' feet. 5.966 75 ' '
Paid Annuities....' "1.J1J lur i'iiri'i
,:rei
'.jl i ;f
TCI
au uividendt dur-
tog th year ... .,.1M,5001 75, 505,091 63 . 411,079 It
an "tianot January lit im.vfHi,
.SB,558'50
11
AS8BT8.
Oath
4
n ;. j ..a.
Bondt and atortgaati oh Seal
IMtat, worm doable tb ,r, r. r
amount loaned burraAt ma
t it (;'
Premlna Nowa. m fUote,vV
la ion, oniy a rawing op,,
3n
nt. InUreet.. 1.97B.8B4 17
Iitaie..u. ........... miHti er
LoantonBorlp. ............. (,03144
yrwninmai auwmiu umu, in
otnra ot trariinuarlon
in' . q7S . ?
Total i
: iaaaur.
Un. ..St,,;.,... S,8U,5tVM
1
TilTSroUolMlB fdrOS; lnwrta...f;j,4g6l339
1,435 new Polldet aavre tian tiraad antlna th
'After a oarefoj nlculatle eA th nmeent niu r th
eatttaading Polletet of taw Vomnany . and hawinw th
a", mnum in man unreror) ua vtreoton
have deoland a Divmam of 41 par oral, on th Praaol
umt paid at u table rate, to all pollete fof Bf la foroe,
Itauad prior to January 1, IB60, payable aoooMlng to the
prewnl ml f th Company. . - 1 i . .-,
u . ,, Li.1. -hi. r. u . . . '
j mmwi mil vanw aiii. vonuogvnoivt, rmpeoa
ni,Statementt, and Applloatkoni, will ae furniahed'
witbiodt uaAlua, at in Uiuot e Agascia el the Coaa
I
BOTltB, VieePmMant. . ;lv
-Ljirj"','ii.'1"
BBHii O. Mill SB, ttawebwy.'M,.. ,.'
." W Al. M UtlS4I;a jVnA, 3
" .,n"Ho lutiw)ia.Bloavnl
March 88, 1801. CoHunbu, 0.
' i 1 ' 1 'T
TTI. A I fl- A it la raVialB-Tifaa aak. A'tVa.
XjDMii8 BI1K8, of TarTBru. Tb Boat sdett
aiitiatktbeity, dBtatiaHrftr-,.i-.:t
i 1 vABavl ti II'. II a . 1 -.A i M , BBAVBIBI Abb BliM
Scr9,fUa;:OTifiniE.vil,
ii a conatititiAnal dUeste, 'aVborrnpttort of che
ood. bv which thia fluid, become vitiated.
oak, and poor. Being in the' circulation, it
r-rvadps tha whole hodr. arid mav burst out
tA on wy part of it. Jo firgnn it re
from it attaclcs, nor u there one which it anny
nbt destroy., The icrofuloru tMnt ts warkmsly
caused by mercurial diteate1, low livinij, dis
ordered or unhealthy food,-impura air, filth
and aithy hnbita. -the VpresairtaT vkesr and,
aboTe All,by tbi taaertoll infattiojru Vliat-
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
atitution, dacendin j 0 irom parent) td children
uTito the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
iti aeemi cj be; the zod of Hirrt Vh says, " I
Will visit the1 'iniquities tof the fathers lipbn
their children." f, n ',-? .";.
I It cfleet, eommenae by depoaitioa Aom the
bided of Wrt-npt or uleeroua'mattcf. 'wWcIl, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
turjeroloi f in the: glojitbf swellings and on
the sui icc, eruptions or sores. This foultor
rliption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com-
pjairiti', but tliey have'Sar less power toj witli-J
iiuu nit: utiut'KS oi outer uitteases; conse
quently r vast ,1 numbers perish byt disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
ate still rendered fatal by- tins: taint in the
sVstcm. Host of .the consumption which de.
cuntitcH the human Cirnily hn its origin, directly
in this, scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive diseases of tlie liver, kidneys, .brain,
and; indeed', of all the organs, arise from- or
aro aggravated ,by the-tarao cause.-, .
J One quarter of oil our people are scTofulotis ;
thpir persons arc, invnrUul ly this lurking in
fection, and their Jtamltlr r undermined by it. '
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
toe blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate; it by healthy-food and' exorcist.
Such a medicine we supply in K" .
AYEIt'S ' '"
Compoiiiid Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual lejnedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady! t It is com
blncd from the moat active remedial that have
been discovered,for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from iti destructive consequences.
Ilence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrotum, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Eauptiva
ahd Skin Disbaabs, St. Anthony's Fire,
Roar., or Erysipelas, Pimples, Pustules,
Bi.dTctiBs, Blains andBoii-s.TtiMoits, Tetteb
and Sai.T Ehf.uk, Soald Head, Hinowoitk,
Hmki-datism, SvHiLiTioandMEUCvniAi,Iis
r.knmii Djiopst, DvsvarsiA, Deiiilitt, and,
iiideed Af.t GoJiPLAtnts Amsmo wbom VitiaJ
ted, ot, liiyuKS Blood.. The popular belief
irj " impurity of the blood.' is founded in truth,
fur scrofula is a degeneration of the blOod. i Tha
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions.
.a:
A'YEB'S c !
Ague; Onre,
ro,tJi aPBBDY 4m-F,i i;,
Iwtrrmlttent iTever, orTever aaoi Ague,
Remittent. Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical flendache, or Billon
Headacbe and Bilioua Fever, Indeed
for the Tf hole elaaa of dlaenac orlglnat
Ins; in biliary derangement, cauaed by
the Malaria r Miaamatie Couutrietv- -
VdreWVScd here to offer the community's
rernedv rfhirli. while it eurea the above enmnlninta
1.l'-'nM"l-f.'! 'i
with ccrtnnity.'Ta atill' perfedtiy harmlrB tn any
quantity.' Such it remedy it Invaluable in districts
where these llUtinf diaordera prevail. - Thia
"L'l'UK" expeja Jho auawnathv poison of Fever
aSu Aovk friim the system, and prevent the de
Tulopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of it premonitory aym plows.. It i not only
the' Lest remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but nlsii the cheapest.-The large
nuaiiUW wxsiifmly,fl tjojfcrtbrrarta wuninth
reneh nft-rery body; itndirl bilious districts, Tf here
l'fcvmt lA.ND Aohk, prevails, avery body should
have it lrjul nc it freely both' for cure and protec
tion. a gi eat Ktqieriurity of luie remedy oyer any
other -rer liscdtered. Tot tlie.-pctdy arid eertairi
cure or liitirimtti m is that it contains no Quinine
or, mineral, eonse(iiently it pradm no quinism or
other injurious ellects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it arc left as healthy as if
they had iicver luid the disease,
j Fever and Anne is not alone the consequence of
the min-mistie prison; A great variety of disor
ders nri so from its -irritntion, among which are
yeumlqin, Ulmimntiim, Govt, Hemache,. Jllind
NMt, j'oolh'che, Enrachc ', QaliirrhAjUhma, Pal
pital'wi, Painful AJfcction of flit Spleen, Ihjster
(Vt, J'aiu i" rltf rWV t.'htie, Parnlisit and De
ravqminif' 9i't1i StmniuKf all of which, when
nriirinikiinx tit this ennde, put on the hitermitletit
ii)r(ti n,'c.uo iiaii)dijnul..TUi '' CtiiB" expel
injc Tiotmm iwm ine ototm,-nnu cvnsernrnuy cures
tlicm ult alike.' It is an invaluable protection to
hninirtuiu nud persoba travclUag or temporarily
residing iu the malariou district. - If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection
tltat will b excreted; from the pystom, find cannot"
accumfiliite fn siiflicieilf nuantilr to' ripen into dis-
ease.- Henae it irjH nvrrt vtluaWu'for pratot-
tien tha cure, and low will ever surter Iitmo interr
mlUcntn if they avail themselves of the protection,
this remedy ajfods. :.,'. i , ,
Prepared byDr. J. a AYE! Su CO., LawtU, Ibae,
' - E0JBBTS Jr. SAatTJBL, Oolaaba.. .1
And by Draggiitoand Dealers Terywbr,
aov.:jyu.tww .
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
t'il achelt itiifi T. "TT: v m! -'an iai , .r'-.
VamstailaotBirBrs fl all klnda ! Pay
aat' aaa jsiaitttnary tieim tr,u
jrlneBa Saw Mtlla, rla BllUa, "
I nn :.o:J In JttW aVSta .mj;Ii atir .McX yi
LASiiS0I)LJnBiainfS.t. BZJttTBeOkAf
: at J. B. DVT ALL Beaten lit OOLVMBVB
- HACBIinC CO. Beatmlltl BBAM0RO
bn,a; . v-if-co: BeaUnHttt " " i-ttX-f.
I Oar Portable torlM and law Mill
Waa awarded tka Irtt pmnlUB of 50 aA the Ittdlana
Stat Fair for 1HS0 arm Last Bcdla1 oa aooouot!
Mcwyiightaeala, Bimplidty, Bcooomy, of fuel
1 And ennwrlcVohBraotef of lumber awtxl. '
Our Statioaary Bnaln was awarded at th tun fat)
Hi. An, MMlm nf aUO . , . -i ...v .....I.'.
Our Portable login waa awarded, (he trat piemiaai ii
iman rau at ateBpaie. xtnn., over sianoy ua
vail'e, OolriM't Maohin 01!.. and Bradford A C,
by a eotnmltti of practical Ballroad Bnglnaera.
Vf evrprMaiaaa P-rm Bfiorea ) r -'..
i mttitUULU w xreaanrer; .
fo-daW7rti VtfJ. ,'iliOiI V. Ktwark, Ohlov',
''J- i . 4 .,..! i Jo.a.'L' ... J tflMll MCl
a t-uo-i'artnersnio; haw.
T liAVK Thin DAY ADMiXTjpit.Wit
1 aoa i hMHi Ai0B BUS aa earta. la my fcuaT-
eaa, whtaa will bat ailet to eondurted ander the fins
at Mia bob.'-. .o';.UitiputniigB at.
polumbaa, fab ilk wot- j i ita.: .4. W
TOWTfFIB RIBBONS TABi AH 11
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EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
AND Steubenville Short Line RAILROADS
AND Steubenville Short Line RAILROADS COMBINED!
Cols:
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BALTIMORE
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'owl It tORllliraTHB oJ i -i'
Shortest, Quickest Most Reliable
. Route to all Eastern Cities L ,
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c i-Tfulnj Leave Columbos as follows: T
ll-iv. ad ii .MOMIRa XXFB18S J r. j. I i - ,.
Leevet Ooiumbut 1.30 A. at. from Union Depot, vl
naitir or Bieunenviuei arrive-at Bellalr, lO.x-0 A.
M.; Buvbeavllle, U.S0 P. If .1 Pltttburgh.3.40 P. M.I
Harrlaburg, 1.10 A. K.I via AUentovm, arrive at New
lork 8.00 A. M.) via Philadelphia, arrives at Phila
delphia, a. 10 A. M. Mew lork, 10. iW A. M. Connect!
aito at Harrltnarg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. M
r attached to thii Train
Frota Ooiumbut, run dlreotly through to Bellalre or
ti,wijo wiuioui eaangei ana raaacagars via Alia-
town arrive in New JforM at S A. U-t
IdTTWO BODBfl IK AOTAItCK OF N0BTHKBM
This Train also coDoeota at Bellalre with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. '-
I ' ' 'P PITTBBUBGH KXPBB8B.
Leaves Columbui 11 SS A. M , from Vnlon Depot, via
Bteubenvlllei arriree at Newark, U.5Q P. tf.t Coahoo
oa.t.WPJd.; Steubenvllle, t P. at.; Plttaborg, 8.40
k. n. ji r ama aneoniv ronoa nw wniflb vmmmm
can leave Cincinnati at 7 A. at., to throa.h to
burgh in daylight, without ehange of ear or delay
'! 1. ivf.VI FAST UNI, 1 ....
Leave Columbus t.15 P.' M., from Colon Depot, via
7.. " "'warn, a.xt e. at.: ianaavllle,
VI3 P. M.i Bellalre.7 Mt.U.l Pltttburgh, 11.85 P.
M.: Harriaburg, 9.00 A. M.i via AUeniown. arrive
- P. af. Via Philadelphia, arriveo-
Phlladelphla, 1.10 P. M.; New lork, S P. M, Thli
Train alio oonneots at Harrlabun for Ralilmnm. .r.
tlvlngat 1P.M. 1 v
Thia Train runt through t Bellalre or Plttaborg with
out ehange of Care! and from Flttebarf than I no
ehange of Oars to Philadelphia, or via Allentown to
New Xorfc-thuj offering .: 1. , i . , ,,, ,
The only Route iron. Columbus to Baltimore,
V VL:i- J 1L ' XT vr- l . '
, a uuautjipuia, or ew. xora, witir OBly 1 .
i .: -- "vn ebarjee of Cars. '' '
it " ' '-' ' ' " . . ' . v ' . 1. ' I : ',' - ,
By this Train Pataentert arrive In Has r.,k
Tiouri In advanot of th jforthera Hnei. ' :
Thl Train alto connect at Bellalr with th Baltimore
and Ohio B,B." . .1,1,. t,; ; . . , .11. ...
PTbts Route Is 30 miles 'shorter t Pitttburg,
and (more than' 100 miles shorter to 1
Ne York, than Northern Lines. 1
Baggage Cheoked Tirongh to all im
-.1
portant Joints jsast. " '- t..
11 ... ,AB. aVH XtUtUXB VIA. J ..."
1 -BELLA IRE OR "BTEUBENVILLE.
w 1 . - ...i rr- ; : c- m
Ticket. 0d evtr tither IIaM,
' JrlO.'TT. BBOWN.
I r,.-M .rGn,Tokt Aaent Central Okie R. B.
ivf;r ... I. A. BCTCH1NS0N,.
1 Sen. Ticket Agent Steubenvlll Bhort Line.
JelS
GTJEIlirSEYa'DALMI
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REMOVES' , Alt D FRETENTI Ifl
nammatlon and oaln. and heala the worat bum.
acald, brulae, eut orfraah wound ef any kind, prevent!
tweiiing ana pain irom bee etingt, moaquito bite, and
poiaonoui plant, neuralgia, rheumntiam, ague In the
wvwh wan raguB. ww. vrurw auen mvemany, it win
poatUvtly cure crttap la children, and gin lmaidiat
relief In tha worst cat of thia terriM eemphunti alee,
remove boarteneat and lore throat. Price, 25 center
bottle. Should be In eve ijhoute. For fate by Drug
gist! and Storekeeper!. t , - , IRV1N ST0NB,
ooie rropneior, a rpraoeat ,aw lork.
aet4dAwlyil
No real Juitlce ean be done th above Drenaratlom
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamiihlets.t
be found with all dealer, er will b tent b Froorletor
on demand. Formula! and Trial Bottlea aent to Phyii
eiana, who will find development in Both worthy tbolr
aeoeptanoe and approval.
Correspondence acliclted from all whnee neoeaaltlet or
eurioiity prompt to trial of , th above reliable )Um
die. - ' ' - 1 ' ' : v
For tale by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere. . .
JQHN L. IITJItNEWEIilit Propriety .
I t k-iCtWaTiBT AWD rHABMAOBBTlnT; - 1 ' 1
! Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass.
tobert A Bamuel. N. B. Harole. J. B. Cook. J. M
Dsnlg, O. Denig A Bona, A. J. Bchueller A Bon, Agent
for Ooiumbut, Ohio. . v , A y- : j , myl-dl y
.Baltimore Clothing House. -
TTFiSS cf3 XHjiTJM:
MAmrAO-roatas arb vntptASALB pbauxs is .
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No."308,W.
tiniore-street,
rtrnrm vibitt am owad1)
iv BAXTinOKE, flld
A Large Atsortmaut. oi Piees and Tsrahhliit
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND
Rheumatism, r Goat- and Keuralgia,
I AND A 8URB CUBB FOB
All Mercurial .Diseases.
1.1: :.xxi
It Is a conveniently amared Band, eoatatatng a Bed-
loattd eeaipouad, to a worn a round tna Waiat, without
injury to th moat delicate penont; no ehaare to habits
of Uvinc It reoulred. and it entirely move the dhy
e mm th tyatem, wttnout proancmg tn miunoui
eaacta arising from the ate or powerrui internal awdi
elna, whlah weaken and deetroy tbs etoaati tattoo, and
tin lemoorar relief only. By thia treatment, th med
icinal properties oontalned la ttit Baad eoma m oontaot
with th blood and reach th dlaeaae, through th porta
of the skin, effecting la entry- inataoo a partnt ear,
and reatorlng tht part aullatM la a bealtay ooadltlon.
Thl Band I alto a mottpowarfui Am-MaaouaiAt. treat.
and will entirely relieve theayatem from th parwoion
anecteor Mercury, aioaeraw raasatare eorea in a tew
day, and we an aonttantly receiving tettimoalalt of its
emcaov In atrravated oaaet of long atandlna.
i Paica 8,00, to be had ef Draggitti generally, or ean
be tent by mail or axpree, with full direction for at,
to any part of tha ooaatry . direct from th PHactpal
onto., ., attt.
' - - Ko 40 WWADWAT, Vsw York
' t a, SOTT1T & CQ.7 Bole Proprietor., ?
Iff a-DeiorlptiveOlrenlars Bent Free. r
A. J. 8SHTJBLLBB A SON, DaoeaitTC, AeaitT,No.
1177 B. mga nt., MUa-rieau ana aaaa, uoiambaa, u
ID AotB Wantwct ETarfarmoro.,.
BhlS-lyUorUto.oAW " "J -i'K' ' 1 ' " ;
BAirj Gorj;
So. 29 South High Street, Columbui,
w en nvvvoTMa
T.: .v " .-r": rv rar.,,
vuue yarn Aiavuua . vrB ftooaa. aj ojivvaiuu
t'iMyard TravHnf DrtB Good, at ISJf, vatu SO eta.
riKiO yard angnao neaagee at nj, vara a oanta.
lUOO yard Ftenoh Orgmdl at WH, value SO oer.gr
S-K yards Fut Colored Lawns at 10, value 15 eent.
lmiO varda foulard DrB Silkt at 57 valtt 90 eenrt
1500 yard Super plain Blatk Bilk at II OS. value 1 15
jtotes of urganue aeragv, ana anguta Jtertge, at en
Phi
rr- a it iii- k'i ifiri-. i 'jtj'i
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v. South iilgk Stieet,
4.
10
man
.Dally, per ywar. , ,
'Trt Weekly, perVe.r.
3 Weekly, per yaw -..;......'.,
IS Cv ,
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'1 V
News Items from the South.
We ollp tb followio items from late South-
ere papers: 'f ,J ; j ,-
[Special to the Charleston Courier.]
1 FaIIFAI C. IL. Oct. 13-On ill on anldiar.
jwaewoB-pea irom waahington, brings the intel-
gvuuv auaa. van. mciellaQ Das an army Of
one, boodred and twenty thousand infantry, ten
thousand cavalry and one buodred and twenty
batteries. lis l waiting to drill the) latur two
arms of tha service. , A general advance is not
anticipated until the middle of Noveoabei, His
policy is to advance in three columns, a mile at
a time, and to fortify aa he proceeds. . Several
tons of Wee,' soaked In turpentine, have been
provided, with which the troops intend burning
the woods alter ihe leaves have fallen j tbair
object being to smoke out our muked batteries;
second, to illuminate in ease oi a night attack.
tort EllBWortb.and other fortifications, have
been mined,. ,Tbe commanders of tha United
States foicfs bu this side of the Potomao are
Geoerals' Franklin and Kaarnev. Tha fare on
the Virginia side is not lets than seventy thou-
sauu. t vvasaingion is strongly lortined in the
sv.r- U r..v; .
j . .AM0THta SKIBM1SU At TH PASUS.
! The New Orleans Picayune contains Ihe fot-
lO.Wingi. . ..li:i'H"
Fort Jackson, Oct. 17. At coon to-day the
Jackson, Captain Gwaltemey, going down the
Sonthweet Pass, met two United States navy
steamers, one supposed to be a new gun
boat, and the other the South Curolina. At
the head of the Passes they stopped, meeting
the Ivy, and, opened upon us with their long
range gun. ' ,;' ' . , ,
The shot fell thickly around onr BleaTmers,
the Ivy returning the fire. ' Those of the Jack
son not being able to reach the enemy, she re
tired. The Ivy continued the fire until the en
emy's Teasels hauled off, and stood down the
Sonthweet Pass, the Ivy following to watch
their movements;' One shell of the Iry, daring
the engagement, burst under the bow of the
large steamer, and another under that of the
smalt one.- The Ivy returned and anchored at
the bead of the Passes.
'
'(. FBOi THB COAST.
The Charleston Mercury, ot the Slat instant,
has the following editorial : r, . ,
Oar privateers are tat from Idle, although we
hear less than f imerly of their doings la the
New York papers. Among their late exploits
is the capture of thd brig Greuada.'of Portland,
Maine (PettengiU,- master), r from Nuevitas,
Cuba, for New York, with a cargo of sugars,
molasses, mahogany and honey. Wo also hear
it whispered thai tboro baa been an important
(and not Involuntary) accession to onr stock of
sugar, molasses, ooffee, ate. ; ,-. .,. .. , -,
I li' raOTBsTAB-t iritOOPAL CONVENTION. '
n Tbs name of the Protestant Episcopal Church
in tbs South has been Settled upon by the Con
vention now in session at Columbus, Sooth
Carolina- It Is the "Protestant Episcopal
Church in the Confederate States." This was
proposed by Bishop Elliott, of Georgia.
'"" OIOKOIANS IK TOB FIXLO. ' l'.
From the aonnal report of "the Comptroller
General of the State pf Georgia, wo learn that
she has now In the field thirty-four' full regi
ments some more than full) and lour partially
filled regiments, together with three battalions,
and other independent companies In Virginia
and Georgia, amounting in U y about forty
regiments Id the Confederate government 'ser
vice. And besides this, three regiments now In
this State Service are to be Increased at once to
rii regiments, for the defense of her sea -co is t.
I ... I.,. ALIEN BBBMIBS,., r .,.
C. W. LongTey, wife and four children, k&ve
obtained , passports from the War Ufflce, in
Rlehmond, and left tbs limits of the Confede
racy as alien enemies. The' parties go to
Maine. . The bead of the family has a brother,
a proiessor, io.h.mory aqd Henry College, ya. ,,
' 1 .1' ' ': '! COUNTBAIIANDBD, ;C:- 10. .1
The- Peninsular reinforcements ordered t
Gen. Magrnder have been couuterrnanded. It
being now know that tb naval ezpedition is
designed to operate on the Carolina coast. :j 1.
THE BSIBL ACCOUNT OF THE WILDCAT FIOAT. '
"i The' editor of the Nashyiile' Patriot eives
some account of the repulse pf Zjllicoffer. , He
says ot the march upon Wildcat: " -
mt splendid brass Dana 01 the ruteenth Mis
sltslppi Regiment struck up, ahd the soldiers
with high hopes and buoyant spirits kept merry
time to its "delightful measures." That morn
ing we received serefal new recruits the Ken
tuokiana to the number of three! flocking td our
standard.'-' - "' " ' -";-"'.: .''-'
It would seem from this that 'reuel recruits
dd riot tura up rapidly fn tha mountains of Ken
tucky. ' ''W"1;-" ;-.y-"
- Capt Henry Ewtog.of NashVille, says of the
fight at Wildcat:";1 " - -
w e iofl in Eiuea eleven; wonnaea lorty-two;
wt took twenty prisoners, and killed good
many of the enemy, though we do not know the
number. -''--" - ---. -., . ... . .
The Nashville Patriot says of the retreat Of
ZoHrcoffer to the Cumberland Gap: '-- ' tl"
we hare seen and conversed With the sheriff
of Knox county , Mr. Crippen, who arrived here
yesterday from Knoxrille. He states that Col.
Churehwell, last Sunday Bight, at 12 o'cloek,
dispatched from Cumberland Gap, to Lieuten
ant Luttrell, at AooxTllle, to send all the ordi
nance and ammunition and forces there to- the
Gap, in the quiokeet possible time authorizing
him to press Into the service anything necessa
ry tot facilitate the transportation. Gen. Zollt
ooffer was expected at Cumberland Gap Mon
day or Taesday. - ' a '
This dlapatoh waa receired in Kooxvllle, at
eleven o'olock, Mondayr apd was read by Mr.
Crippen.
This movement Indicates that Gen. Zollioof
far did not. consider his foroe sufficiently large
to hold Camp Buckner at Cumberland Ford,
and falls baok npon the Gap, as a Btronget1 posi
tion
I '
rkoiT rnrw oilBans.
Tbs New Orleans daw not given, but
rery late has an article on the capture by the
federal fleet, of the Joseph H. Toone, and
several other reesels oh the Gulf coast.1 The
AtfS SByd. " ,-''J;" '? '
I Th Joseph H. Toons had a cargo of arms
and munitions of ar, valued at forty thousand
dollars, that would have been worth lour of Ave
times that amount bad she rua safely into Bara-
tarla.
The Charleston Mercury', of Oct. 2Sih,baj the
foUowing: " ; ;
! LATE FAOa THB COAST.
Tbs steamer General Clinch, Captain Dexter,
arrived here yesterday from a Southern- port -
Captain Dexter waa inrormea oy a genuemaa
at Field's Point. Combabee, that an iron can
non, whioh had been rifled and while being
tested at Otter island, on eaturaay last ex
ploded and killed six men, supposed to bo sol
diers, '' T .
, 1 1 as ""' 1 - L. u-. -
VbbsbiJ CATTTjatDr The number of tossels
captured, respectively, since the outbreak of
our civil struggle, by the United States and the
Conlederato auuiorlties, aro as follows: 1
Prixei Captured by United Statet Natal Vttttlt
Steamers 3: ship 7; barks 0: brigs 'u;
schooners bit sloop 1. , Total 103. . , ,,
Vtntle Seized tn Southern Porte and vaptund
t bw Confederate Privateere. etc.
8teamera 6t ships 19j barks ,10t brigs 16
Mhoonera 84. Total 74. i4 3 ,.. t i - . -i
1
V Potato Rot. The potato rot is maklDg sad
ha mo id inacv localities in Western New York.
Toe Fredonla dpertiier says "the product was
e very largo Olie this year.buMt has already
been reduced prcbabl.one half, by the Fot.'V
The Rochester Union eia .dwrtfsef says the
best tort of potatoes for the east show, symp
toms or,ttc Ma
Parties.
' Pa.1.Ia liawA wll .alltw l
(, 11 1 " proportion as
auey icpinwou. iiiiwaj Bun praotical principl
a party may exist jor an lndeflnlte period of
V I m mm kaBAll nwanaa mm alA aIa . . a
viu, upuu w aiugio apparently abstract
truth or political axiom, so long as it does not
attain to power. But when such a pwty onoe
receives ths reins ot" power, and is thus com
pelled to apply their prineiplee practically in
the guidance of the ship of State, their real
truth or falsity at once becomes apparent, and
the qsettlon ol their auuoesa or final defeat is
.rery soon disposed of. So with a party repre
senting principles antagoaistio to each other,
u u. aim momuera ui wuicu are neia together by
the cohesive power of a common antagonism to
suvvuo. party, 11. win uve aua uourisn so lone
I. Arrm n r -...T j . o
w iiu.gr, ana is not com.
pelted to act upon a definite line or noliov whiuh
shall repudiate the one or the other of these
auittoui.iu priocipiee. nui to any party con
stituted like either in the cases above namsd,
success is far more dangerous than defeat 1 in
fact, it is but the signal of dissolution. That
party can only live and endure which has for
its basis a platform of principles which covers
the whole field of governmental action, which
are harmonious as a whole, and ara adanted In
tbair practical workings to the capacitiei of
man as ue is, ana to tne varied wants and in
tereets of the whole country, political and geo
graphical. Saoh a party is not ruined by Bun
co's, nor is It cast down by defeat. Thoimh it
may be beaten at the polls time and again,
though it may be betrayed by those whom it has
elevated to power, the principles still live, sud
will always rally around them from tha
masses a vigorous, energetic and hearty sup
port-- . . bill. .;
The Republican party when it oame into cow
er was composed of elements radically antago
nistic, u naa wiinin iu organisation, recog
nized among its members, four-fifths if not
nine tenths of the old radical Abolition party.
These meu left the Gerrit Smith and Garrison
organisations not because of any change' of
opinion on the subject of slavery, but became
they expeoted to effect through that organiza.
tion, by gradually giving it an Abolition direc
tion, that which they could not hope to do with
the feeble numbera of the orlgiual Abolition
party. Their sentiments are represented by
the Sumners, the Beeohers, the Giddings, the
Lovejoys, and now by the Greeleys of the party.
It Is this element which Is now demanding a
proclamation of the President emanoipstlng all
the- slaves of the rebel States. It stands by
Fremont in bis proclamation, and opposes the
President in his modification of it. It is imbued
with an invincible hatred oKtbe South and
Southern institutions, lt is fanatical in the ex
treme, and would like to wipe out the South
and slavery at a single blow. . The only real
difference between this class and the Garrison
lans is not in their principles, but in the mddt
and meant of accomplishing tbelr purpose.
They think they oan accomplish the desired le
salt through the Republioan organization soon
er thau they can by the regular Abolition -that
is all the difference there Is between them. On
the other hand, there is a large conservative
element wnicn repudiates these Abolition senti
ments and doctrines, and has no sympathy with
their purposes or designs. It was this aliment,
with the aid oi Greeley who was impelled by
vindictive motives to not against those with
whom be sympathized w .opinion which just
succeeded in. nominating Mr. Lincoln to the
Presidency over Mr. Seward, who tben was the
candidate of the radicals of the Republioan
party, but who now in the Cabinet, it is under
stood, occupies a conservative position.
' Between these two extremes is graduated ev
ery shade of opinion; but the members of that
organisation may generally be classified under
the Beans 01 either abolitionists or. conserva
tives. The conservative portion are as radical
ly opposed to abolition as are the Democrats.
Indeed, they really at heart believe in the posi
tion oi the Democracy on the slavery question,
but yet, from preiudioe or a dislike to change
their political associations, or ior other reasons
satisiactory to themselves, they refuse to co-operate
with that party, which really represents
their views, and contiaue in affiliation with thoae
Whose opinions sre the very antipodes of their
own, in hopes to control the action of the party
npon that question. They may succeed in u
degree, bat the past action of the party in the
several States shows that radicalism has the
ascendancy and generally controls its policy.
As matters now stand, the radical clement is
restive and dissatisfied. Its organs are "pitch
lag In" on the Administration in s manner
which, if imitated by Democratic presses,
would exclude them from the mails as daoner-
ous to the peace Of the country.
, The pressure of the war question may keep
those elements acting together while the war
lasts, but the seeds ot decay and dissolution are
already sown and its history will soon be writ
ten. In Its puce will be fouud one which will
be composed. of the radical portion of the pres
ent Republican organization, and which will
boldly Inscribe its aballtion principles upon its
banner, and give battle for power and place in
the State and Federal governments. The Dem
ocratic organization is exposed to no such dis
aster. Success does not divide it, nor does de
feat Impair its strength Its principles have all
been tried and tested by the lnisllible standard
of experience, and are proved to be adapted to
tne constitution ana the wants or the country.
It Is true that bad men have sometimes control
led its minor organizations, that conspirators
have crept into its counsels 1 and it is also
lamentedly true that lt has been betrayed by
men whom it has elevated to power and place.
These things would have d&mned beyond hope
of redemption any party which had not for its
basis vital and living principles, which, in thr.ir
practical workings, were adapted to and neces
sary for the suoceesful administration of the
government under our republioan institutions.
These principles are as true and as important
to-day as tney ever nave Deenj and no adminis
tration, whioh desires to administer the Gov
ernment in accordance with constitutional prin
ciples, and do equal justice to all portions ot the
country, can fail to be guided by them in its
action.
This has been the case with Mr. Lincoln, on
the only question of a party character 00 which
ne has been compelled to adopt a deAniteJpoi
Icy, vis: in the treatment of the slavery ques
tion, in this regard Mr. Lincoln's Administra
tion is not ad sxoeption, for every administra
tion which bas been elocted In opposition to the
Democratic, have ultimately adopted.cn impor
tant questions, in their administration of affairs,
the Democratic policy, This wad true ot the
one elected In 1848, on the-slavery question;
and h Is true thus, far of the present Ad minis
tration, In their measures, also, on the question
of slavery. , -
Ths principles of the Democratic clatform
are right. They receive to day the sanction of
every Democrat in the country. ' - And they
really are Approved by at least one half of the
Republioan party.' Sooner or later those men
Who thvjs harmonize in sentiment mrret and
will act together. The great interests of the
country will demand it, for in to other way
can the Government be saved from destruction
by the mad schemes of fanaticism.- - How this Is
to be Accomplished may not now bs a practical
question,' but It will sooner or later be forced
upon the attention or the conservative portion
of the Republican party, and it is worth their
while to be giving it consideration. Defrttf
f ree tfett. -
TTEIIY 8 STYtlBII STRIPED CLOfn
T BUAWLS, In new detlrnt at f 3 00 V18 fS 00.
l.BOS yardt Super Plain Black Silk at ft Ou-Veta
Si Sis a yard.
Freulilrino,051ont Value871 ctiayarfl.' '
' " " 1. 7S cento value l 00 a yard.
,- . 1. - bais a BON," 1
ootlt , . '-.': i,;U No. MJkuthHIgb Btreat.
IrAsh'Iinch:Goods..L",'''
TTIRRANTr.n i-lRRlfl
VV Linen Shirt Boeoma Plain and Fancy ' - '
- ,t.l '.'Bhtrtingand Boot Llnena. -?.v.?-:i
. Lioea BheeUngt and Pillow Oaalnga. r
. Linen Cambrlceand Long Lawni. .
,. '. 1 - . ' - Line pooket-handkrrt, all tltet.
Linen Towelling and Diapars
lloenNapklatandD-Oylle.
f ' ; : Linen Table Cloth and Batla Damatks. ' ?
" Linen Towel with colored border. '
' Linen Btalr Covering andOraah. - '
- Forltlowpitoi. ' "'--'
V - BAIN ION,
' nbtj '; '; Ha.huthBWitr.
HARDWARE STOBB
lr
fur : t,.x
JUST RECEIVED BY " '
TO -A! GILL,
'-'' .' -5 'Ht1,..,
.l'.'J .'
1.1 H. I
Wo. 30 Worth High Street,
One 01 ths Largest and Best Islestad assort -j, 1 1 i
I " or!";'-1,:V,,';' :
K..,l(i..,
' ; IVBR OFFIRED IN T0II CITO ' 5
; '' - ' 1 ' . i-U jm,.: ;'. . .
House Builders' FinislaiBSs
j '..'' ' - . ,, '...,, ,,.n - ' , -
j . OF BVBBI BTTLB AND QTAI4TT.
" ' frencbet American'. '-'
; j'-' i'ains c hound in bviV, 1
nd put up In half pound cant for family as, tad Dig, ""
..!..-.. raiautoba'tt.'';,..;.;,;;
tirashea of every variety cviuality'
A Splendid Assortment of ; . ..
MACHINISTS TOOLS, ,
CARRIAGE MATERIADS. :'v
AXES GRINDSTONES, fa,,., v
i. GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ao. '1' ''-"
, :- ' " " ... I 1 ' " ! T .
j; ... , ... ; FISHING TACKLE. , , ,
ROPE CORDAGKJ
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. '.
BELTING.
VV EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, :
, 1. -i. ! ' , '1
'. ; AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
1 , .
SCYTHES, fco., : , .... ..
' ; SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS '
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
' 1 especially Invito the attention of all totorwtod to ay
ttodk of Pooket and Table Cutlery, and .
, M1L.VEH PLATED FOHKB, , ,.
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, sfcc,
ol UOQEKRs A BRO'S. kUnufaotnr, warranted to be
ixlra heavy, Electro-Plated, on genuine ABmtta. ' -
Country Uerehantt, Mechanic, and othtrt, an Invited
10-eaIl and examine my Stock, at I am prepared to tail
holeaale and Retail. WM. A. OIXI.. ,
Ooloabui, Ohio, May 6, I860. -. . , ,. ... : '
PROF. L. MILLER'S ,
HAIR. IHVIG0RAT0R
An Effective, Safe and Eoonomleal
i Compound, i .,
j FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR v -
To It original color without dyeing, and prevenUng '
. , Bait from turning gray. ; . 1
pnn nncirPMiPTM, n . nuonn
And curing it, when there I th leatt perttol af yitall
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUK '
And alLeutaneoui affection of tha Scalp. 1
- FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an uneqaled gloat and brilliancy, making
Itaoft and ailky In itt texture, and oaueiag it 10 ou,'
readily. -
Ihe great celebrity and luore&t ing demand for thli eta
equaled preparation, oonvtno.", proprietor that out
trial il only neceaeary to aatidfy a Uu .crning publi of itt
luperiot qualitiea o.ver any other pr(.I.imu ii in oa. It
oieantet the head and acalp from lLiruff and othoi '
outaueoua dileatet, oauaing tb Wl t grow luxuriaatj,
giving It a rich, toft, gloaay and flexible appearance, an
alao, where Ihe hair la looeeniag and thinning, it will giv
itrength and vigor to the rooli and reatore the growth te
hoae parte winch have become bald, oauaing It to yield
reeh ooverlng of hair. " .
There are hundreda ot ladle, and gentlemen in Mew
Tork who have bad their hair reetored by the uae of till
Invigorator, whan all other preparauout have (ailed. L.
M. hat in bia poaaeaaioa letwra innumerable tealirytnjr
to m abov fact, from peraunt of the higbeet reoaecuy 1.
billty. It will eflectoaliy prevent lb hair from turning
until the latett period of lite; and In oaaee where the hair
baa already ohanged itacolor, the oat of tut invigmior
will with certainty reatore It to lt to it original hue, giv
ing it a dart, glotay appearance. Aa a perfume tor lb ''
toilet and a Hair Ueetoranv it 1 particularly raoom
mended, having an agreoable fragrance; and tne great fa
otliUee it afbrua tn d resting th hair, whioh, when aoiai . . , '
with tb Invigorator, can be dreaeed in any required
form to aa to preserve itt place, whether plalrdorm eorlt "
hence the great demand for lt by the ladiee aa a atandard
toilet article which none ought to be without the priot 1
piaoee It within th reach at all, being 1. A ....
Only Twenti-riTe Centi "
per bottle, to b bad at all repeetaii Druggists and '
"- Parfaaen. ' . ... .. ......
L. MTLLBB would eall the attention of Paranra and
Ouardian to th uae of hla Invigorator, rn caaaa when -
the children'! hair Inollnea to b wear:. Th at ol lt ..'
lav tha foundation for aaood Aeoa of hair, at It mm-"
move any Imparl tiee that amy have become eonneeted
with th acalp, th removal er wnicn 1 neaar acta '
for the health ofth child, aad th futar appearaoo ol '
liaiiau, . . , . , f,.,, 4
C actio .None genuine without the fae-iimll LOnia -. .
HILLBB being on the outer wrapper: also. L. Mil..
LXtt'B HAIR INTIUOBATOB, N. T., blown la tbiv"
gaum. - "- - i- :.
Wbolaaal Depot, 58 Dey street, anltoMkyall tbei
principal Merchatta and Druggiatt throughout th world
laoexai uuoount vt puronatert uy in fuanuty.
X alto detirt to preient to the AaMrteaa Publi ay
NEW AKD MPKOVED IHlAAaTTJJtZOTfl
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
which, after year ot aclentlfia experlmenttng, I have
brought to perfection, lt die Black or Brown Inltaotiy . ..
wilhoutlnjury to th Balr or Bkioi warranted th beat ,. ,
article of the kind In exiatance. , .' -
, PRICE, ONLY .50, CENTS, , ,.';'J '
Depot, 66 - Dey StV New York
aetMdAway. " ' "' !' 'Ji"l-' -''
EXTHAORDIiyAHV BABCAIKS ;
.1 .
.;; BAIN fc SON,
- - HO. 29 . BOOTH HIGH .ITBEXT, : Mi V
ABK; NOW- OVFBBlNtt'
1,000 yardi Super Plala Black Bllka ttfl 00 valu. I
t 85pryrd. .:..t;',- j.5t, a, J
laftOOyarda Traveling Die aad ataatl Oeed 1'
11 1-8 oanU vaU SO ocn'J per yard. ,( ,0J -3,000
yardt Whit Brllllantet at 11 t-f oente" Jf,
valu 20 etnta per )ard. ; '
8,OCO yard. Fine and Domeatio'Glnghasia greatly a
. der value. 11
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'LARGE' AND DESIRABLE .LOTS0r, ,
H02&KBIQ,9XI. XALZORDriS.I 0. ..-1,:,,-, ,,,. ...
CHAIXII, WoXARD ' llltl, '"'' jM.-a.i
; "j ' ISOWSH BARBQEs',UVSU.AI,,l: ';'
' . , t , , . IAWSI, CALICOM,', J OPIO?. ,'!',",'
; ANP: ALL other;:, j-;
New aad Faakioimbl) rr)MjGNoiJ,.'.
In the moat daalrabl itylet and at very lrt lricaa. 1 a :! ;
" ' -1 a-'-. 9;-tit eV)
Ma.3MTIXjILs.OI
Of all materiali, made to the mott stytlih Banner afat!""
tht latett Pari! Fathlont the aioit tlegant ityl
tb oity.
AIH at OIf,
'. maySe r("":- ' V lN. S South High atrwt.
MALTKSB d! THREAD LACK "IITTSJ "
of elegant qaaUtie for Ladle! alio, lliam' Mil It
BBVer-M ;.-,, :.( . .;, tl,. ...BAUI'a.,.'
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