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Notices," i,W, IAs oJvKuot rose..
tV Ui "I T,res 10 PoblUtaad by U, legal rate.
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7 BUSINESS CARDS
cndtumta ui.
FINE CHITTENDEN,
couNSELLoiis at law, ;
f3troot,
(OffloM f Oily Jndgo ) '
NEW YORK.
Eirnt io . - !"'
' S0"' d- M('lt'. T. Superior ComU
,.. Hod. H. fl. Payne, Cleveltnd, 0. "
Hon. U H. nynter, Lanwsltr, 0." :
f'.f.
Attorney and Counsellor nt'Iaw,
NOTARY PUBLIC, ,r
OIPI0 o. 47 Blan BTB1M, OBEO BtJltD
IMQ, opposite the State Ilooie.
Oollectloni and other mattert promptly attintled lo.
Befemiori given wlttn rcquiwd.
no-ly
- Heury Kcmer,
, . (Late o( Jhalou't Bitabllahment, N. T.,)
DROPUIETOK OF TIII3 NEW OI!K
o.if bu,;,Tl), 8hMlng, li.lr (Jutting, Shampoonlng
OnrUngandbreMini Baloon, u. ... . . . ..
VonVa. Uyjh St., oyer Bain'a StoreV '
where latltfactlon
win M i?en In all the Tariool
traaekee
ty'"' "? CLilanin n'f' PrMilEg Jone In the beet
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CALT HOUSE,
Ho. 178 North High Street, ' '
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
m fl i ,.'hn",VSk8 """"f n ot ue train.,
ptngpUee. 0M Uwlded"'nlntitop:
rtSXZ&fi "p at h9"" 'M f"
't :..T.nni moderate,' to tuitth. timet. ' ' ' '
octVS
NATIONAL HOTEL,
rP0LUMBUs0HI0. !
TKBMi.
oct3-3in '
aONK DOLLAR PER DAT.
. '. . A. Bi BDIKIS3,
Attornoy ,t Imw
and notary public.
OilCT-Ambo. Building, oppoiite Capitol Bc,na,-e. -
-,. , , y-f , . y. COLUMBUS, OHIO,
OJ3330It2W33.
Attorney &' Counsellor at Law,
"fiiARioonid. ,
LI LLC Y r
X3I3JkTI2iIFl
BOOK.
And Blank-Book Manufenturer,
I 'J??.16 rrRKET COMJMB0., OHIO
EAOLR; BRASS WORKS,
J . . ; Cornet Spring 4c Water 8u., ' -
W. B. OTT8 & CO.,
' u Itanofkoturer. of Bnui and OompAiitlnn CaiUnga
rioiihed Brail Work of all Oescription..
Klcctro Plating and Gilding
0I STENCIL CUTTING,
rM Jl-dly
Colnmbns jyitolcsale Liqrior Store
J WCEL RO &C0.7 ,
" commissiok: MMfeMi
IMP0BTSBS AND DBALKRS IW U,
ein and Domeoio "W;ines, Brandie;
ci.-i.U-t'. ;- . v to. fcc' ALSO,
. ...: :. "t j
-'OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
WHISKY...
WAKBiiobBB 'and 0wicbTs24 bouth man ST. i
....;, CqiTTMBiraOBIO.,.,!
V7M.JlRESTIEAUX,
(BUCQBSSOB TO' MoKKB fc BESTIB AUXJ
No. 106' South'High : StroefcJ
ooiaiTnvinxjo.
DiAicB tat""
.j C ft O. C ERIE 8, P k O D U C E
PROVISIONS
i
Foreign" and' Domcstia-Fruits, I
stc::ace & commission
iWvu,A ii-t,Huirt CI ,0f . 6eff.il
2 "WPROESTKR'S I ,
KOYAL QUARTO DICTIONAUY.
Tho LateBt.Ihe Largeit.The Bit.
.. f The Cheapest eoaie the Bot, ;
'The iriott liollab.i fetandard iu
. tharitr of lb EuRlUtaLauffnatTO.
" vt BInmartaEMnntKdueaiortof 0Mo
"111 UliBT INflLISn DI0II0NABY IXTiNt."
rarg Jim Ptryvr4. .
'U,. are npward.of a Uun4red Thoeiind Word.,
who.. mnltlfarliiM meanlnra and derlfatioii., tootfar
with the! i eorreot nili,,ir n4....ii. A, ,
let before tba eye. V " T"
t'lnohtnaU OmmerokiL
Biai th DecUion o lo ilcmberi of th Ohio StaU
The undenlgned, member, of the Ohio State Teacher.'
AMoetntlnn. aiJont and lm in ..i,.
jnd peaking, the orthography an pronunciation of
Woroenter'. Hoval Quarto Diotloiiary. and we moot ear
il 1? wenmnif nd It a the mnat reliable .tandard an
uiorlty of trio BnglUb langu.ze, u It 1. now written ind
poken
Lom Awmiw., Prealdent Kenyon Oollece.
M. U. I,nMrrr, Superintenilent Znneaville School..
Taoe. W. Uavinr, tiup't Hauilon Union Bchool..
M. 9. OnwnniT, bnp"t Pulillo BchooU, Bandaaky.
Jo!f Ltkcb, Bnp't Pablle School ClreleTllle.
a. Ba-rono, Principal C lore land femal. Btmlna-
W. Mrfcant, Bap't Pnhllo Bcfcoo!., Mt. Union.
JowOooui.rrinolpal Htato Normiil School, Mlnhe-
Otc. NaaoH, Principal Fourth Intermediate School,
'VIUUMUf ' - f r if .- , '
H. g. IUrtm, Bap't Canton Union Bcboul.. '
JtDwm kMii, Prinolpal McNaely Normal Bcheol.l
u T. TiiTt, Trof. llathematica, Ohio Uniyersdf .
' WM. w. RowtkM, Bup't Tr.iy Uolon Dchoot. ' t
. A. 0. Boniao, Principal Wcit Ulgli fehgul, Clwo
land.
A. NoToi, Awxjhte Principal High School, jClere.
fniODoki Btiwbio, Principal nigh (khool, Olera
land.
B. f. IlDMirrnii, Principal Cleveland Inatltute. '
J. A. CiKriiLD, Vrctident of !ectio inatitute, III
ram. , -
W. Ei. HlRtn. rrnf. if rihimt.,ra. AI.Ia YjPn. I....
Unlyerilty. ' "
.11. 11. Uarmet, Ex-Cemmllonerof Oonunon School),
Jamo Momma, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlin College.
' TBoe. IllLL. Vrealrlent Anil,-h nnlln.n.
? Um Craua,T, Prof, kuthcmatlc.,
Bchool, Dayton.
Uigh
B. O. CanMaAnfin.
Dayton. " ' " " ' " .
V. U. BAKin.Sup't Union Schoola, AalUanil. '
Mora than Sis Hundred othtr Prttidenti of Colli-
0l, J'roftMori. Authuri and TiMnrniLihjiil ir,hu-n.
ton, ham mdoritd tht abov untimmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MlKIRTA CoLLBia "Tt In trnl
an honor to the author, the publiahera, hl-1 the whole
eouutr,." Pre.Ident Andiewa.
Ohio WeaurvAii nivtiT...Tt Tni.,i mu.m.,1,.
tloi,a. It will lie &7 enide In orihoirraDhe and nmr.nn.
elation, and will often be oonealted by me for it. neat
and accurate definition.." Preaideot Ihompaon.
Webater . orthography. At a recent meeting of our
faculty, It wa. decided to chanee It to conform to that
of Worceater'. Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Preaidenl
Oarfleld. .
WlrruH Bmvi Om.Ltae.xr it
eordlal approUttiou." Preaidenl Hitchcock.
OsoiLm OOLLIfll. "It more thitn meete nv MTt&.
liont. ,X recommend It u the .tandard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupil.." Preaident
Morgan. . . .
AjrnocH OoLLiai. "I adODtand aim ta cut In twiV
big, wrltlngand (peaking, the orthography and pronun
oiatlon-of Worccattr'. Uoyal Quarto Dictionary,"
jrieiiasu mil. . .
"In .11 mv wrltlne. anMkinir.knd tschln. T have en.
deavoreA io conform to tlie rule, for orthography and
pronunciation a. containrd In Worceater a ictiona7. '
Ilorae Maun, late Pre.td.nt.
EtlfTAlt'OoLUfla. n i v wrwa ..(.T m.l nrnI1w mmm.
mond It a. th. moat reiiablo'ftandard authority of the
Kngllah language (ta It if now written and apoken."
Prealdent Andrewa- ; ; '
SCHOOL COMMtSSIONERS OF OHIO.
Vow tt0f. Anton BmyihrOomm tmtoner "ofCiMriion
acnoott tn unto.
'Ihe Dictlona la an Imnerlihahla monnmant in the
learning and ioduatryof It. author, and an honor to the
world of letter, 'i'lie mechanical execution la far .ape
rior to that of anT other Lex loon with wbirh Iinu.
jqualuted." .
Irom Juon. B. B. Barney. B- OmmUtlonxr ot
Schooit in Ohio.
"The mort reliable itandard aathoH'T of tho lan
guage.'' ? - ; .-
' i W1UTTH1 i
Ix?dina H"owBpatera -)f. Ohio Say.
from tht Cleveland Herald tjf ltarch 28. ,
The orthography Of th Worceater Dictionary ia tint
n.ed by rooat, If not all, author, of dlatinotion In Uiie
eoontry and klngland, and ronformi to the genual uaage
of ordinary writer, aad.peaker..
Whateeer prejudioe. may hare (xlated preyioualy, a
oareful itudy of thla rolume will InTarlaoly be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merlta, and a dcalre
to add It to the wall teieoted library, be it luge or email,
It la a library Inltaelf, and will remain au impeiiaha
ble record of the learning of It. compiler. i
" - Irom tht Oinchmali Oommtrcial of April 30.
Ilere are upwarda of a hundred thounand wcnla good,
bad and Indifferent whose mnltilarlou. meaning, and
derirationa, together with their correct epelllng and pro
nunciation, are aet clearly before Uio eye. Hie work la
unqueationabiy the greatcat Theuurn. of Engllah Word,
ever published. - j
Irom tht Cleveland PlaindtoUr of Sept. -20, 1HC0,
Evidently WoactrrtV. Hot Ak QOarto Dictionakt
not only tit tatty out tht tar work of tht kind ever it
etuKi, andean by no pom.bilily .ufler by eonvj.erion or
oontroTeray.' .......
JFrom thtToUdoBtadtof ifay29. ; '
A. to raoNCHuiATiox, Woaoweraa i. tbi Standard
followed by our beat author.) In definition, he leave
nothing to be de.lred. and in ORriiooRiPiir Ula auificient
to lay thit Worcxstir can Le .afeiy followed. -
'-. . iNGiiAin tc nAOG, -Pnbllalierc,
Ilookacllora tc btationer,
M0. I'Jl BUPKKI0B ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO. '
maiO ' . , ' ,
; THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE; COMPANY.
o ;
,: : JSToxxrexirlSL, ON", O. ' '?.
DiTldend J anuarr 1 188 1 , 46 ri Cob I.
ASBBTS..V.. 3,812,5.W 50.
' statement JaniiHTf l, i80! j -
Balance, per .tatement Jan. lit, 13GQ,,.... i3,400,J3i 30
Received for 1'remiuma du - .
log the (ear 10 7C3,033 5.5
Beoclved for Interest during
the year I860 14,014 10' 4
' Total receipt." for 1BC0.,,'.HI77,007 U ...
Paid Claim, by DeaUi.W.UiO 00 ' . .'
PaidPolieie. turren-
dered ti 41,1 U 89 h. , . .. r . : .-.
Paid E.lnriea, Pot- - . ' .
'. ngo, Taxe., Ex? . ' ' " i J
change,-elc 31.0S0 51 . ,
Pid Oommlaaion. to 1 I
' Agent. r. 51, 30 ' -
Paid PhyelcUne' fee. S .i(Hi 7ft ' 1 '
Paid Annuities...... 1,517 UU
Paid Dividend) flur- - . .
, ing the year ... ...100,500 7J 503,001 f3 . 411,970 11
Net Balance January lit, 1801 ;
.13,813,558 50
Cash on hand....,' i, $10184 itf
BondtandMortgagesonlti-at" -
Xitata,! worth double the
amount loaned , 3,3574 L 03 , .i' '.
Premium Note., on Policlc. , . I ? v i
In force, onlydrawingOper "
cent. Interest 1,279.BC4-17' -.:
Beal Eatate 00 803 87
LoanaonBcrlp i"..,.."" S.031 44 "
Premlumi,NotesandCash,ln, ... r.,.,n
course ot transmission...., 4513 7S '
Total Asset.
.,t.t,J,
13,613,556 50
T,5T5 Policies kt force, lnaurlng......a3,42o,53g
1,435 new Polide. have been Usaed during the year.. ..
After a oareful calculation of the present value of the
outstanding Policieeof the Company, and having the
ntotuary amount In reserve therefor, the Directors
have declared a Dividrkd of 45 per cent, on the Premi
um! paid at the table rate., to all policies for life in force,
issued prior to January 1, 1860, payable according to the
present rule of the Company. .
Kate, for all kind, ot Life Contingencies, Prospect
uses, 8 Utements, and Application., will be famished
without oharui, at th. Olttce or Agendo. 'of the Com
pany. -
B0BT. L. PATTERSON, President.'
1 . L. O.OnOVKR,Vio.PreaidenU., . '
B1RJ. C, MJXLRR, georetary.
It. It, HEESOIT, Afftnt, - '
v ; :.. l ' ; a Mo. 4 Johnson Block,
MhS8, 1801.' - columbna, 0.
Pfj,.?dvA,7 V. "OCBEB BLACK
- BBBB8 BlLKB, of Trv erad.. The moat aeleot
MOrtmeat la the eity, and
,:A . . ki.l B a ral Aa. bAaf
prill
! vr, .
..... v... wsa w
Hlghitrfw
1861
Winter Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Creatlln. with the PJTTSDUBarf, IT.
WAYNE 4r 0BI0AOO RAILROAD . ) "
tor rmtbwgh, Philadelphia and BalUmort. Alto
for Fort Wafnt and Chicago. j ,
Connecting at CIeye'nd with (lie I A KB 8II0RB BAIL.
O ,;'-.B0AB U . !( . ,
For Dunkirk, nnffalo, Albanr. Uoa
len.andNetr tvrk,
TWO TRAINS DAILY,
EX0XPI SUNDAY, ,
from Columbus, la oaneotloa with Train, on lb
tiTTi-nj-miAini an n ' coi.tr raeva
. aivav jsanu UAIUIUABI, :r
- -rr fIRBT TRAIN. . , , ' I &
NfOIir KPRE3B LenrnOolnmbu. at 1 50 A. U.
will leav. pasaeoKer. at alLjUonav mod atlelawara
Carduigton, Ollead, Gallon, and at all stations North of
Oallou, and at all other stations span signal, arriving at
Cleveland at 0:80 A. M., Dunkirk 4:80 P. M., Buffalo
r-" Ainany o:ia a. M., Bevr York 13 M., Boston
WW e AUe ' -if, t
BB00ND TRAIN.
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leavea Columbna at 3:15 P.
M.i will leave passenger, at all stations. Greenwich,
Rochester, Columbia and Olmsted being flag nation.,
this train will not stop for passenger, except upon slf
nal. Arrive at Cleveland 8:30 P. U.. Dunkirk 2 A. l .
Buffalo 4:35 A. M , Albany 4:15 P. At., New York 9:50
at Ola, A aUe
". : . CONNECTIONS. ' - : '
at creatlln. with Pltt.burgh, ft. Wayno and Ohlcsio
iiiuuiu, A-uiiaaeipnia ana Baltimore
AIm for Chicago
At Shelby, with Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Ball
road, for all points on that road. Also lor Toledo.
At Grafton, with Cleveland and Toledo Railroad fot
Toledo and Chicago.
At Cleveland, wljh Lake Shore Railroad for Erie,
Auuaiia, aiuubio, now I QfK mull HUltOQ.
latent Sleeping; Can are ran on all
' flight Trains to Chicago, New
York and Boston.
lawagt Chetitd Through to Km York and Lotion
via dontland) otto, to Philadelphia and
JStta lortvta OneUint.
' . RETURNING.
Nlghl Express arrives atOolumbu. at.. .1:30 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrive, at Columbus at 1:30 P. M.
Fare aa Low ai by any ether Konte.
Ask for TicktU tin Crtiflint or CUvdand.
- : E. S. FLINT,
bnperintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent, .
. Colombn., Ohio.
Columbu., Nor 10, 1861.' "
CAIJAEI AH & UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAJVOCRS
TO AND FltUITl
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW.
Xiverpool, Montreal,' Quebec,
ana - -!
: niit7V; youb:.
The Montreal Ocean Rteamihlo OomoanT'. ret-elzaa
full-powered Clyde-built Steamer, sail every Hata
ureur irom ruaiiiAji u, carrying tne uanaatan ana
United State. Mall and puseagen, . ..
' NORWEGIAN;, NORTH AMXP.TC AN,
BOUEMIAN, , ANGLO-SAXON,
N0RTU BRITON, "HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVAHCfTIAM.
S'Jrtet, Caaeapcsit and Qalcltcat Con
. j..- Teyttace (rem .
AMERICA .10 ALL PABT8 0? ZVtOTS.
Rates ot Faasaee to Europe,
P30. $60, SSO.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUE HE 0 every Saturday, ealllog at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land alalia and
pasaengen, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
I f-Ihese gteamers are built of Iron, in water tlsht
compartment., carry each an experienced Surgeon, and
every attention ia paid to the oomfort and accommoda
tion or remengera. its tr.ey proceed direct to LONDON.
DERY, tatjieat risk and delay of calling at St. John'.
I. avoided.
tilasRow paaaenrer. are furnished with ran rassaire
ticket, to and from Londonderry.' '
Heiurn ticxei. gnmtea at reduced rite.. - -Certificate,
issued for earryina: to and brlniruuT out uaa-
sengers from all the) principal town of Great Britain and
ireiana. at reaucea rates, by this line of steamers, and
by the W ASIUMGION LINE OP BAILING PACKETS,
leaving uverpoot .very week.
Sight Draft for A'l and npivarda pay-
kuiv sbb r. iiaj imuu. ireiana, SCO V- .
laud Wale.
For passago, apply at tht OPce. 83 BIIOAD.
WAY, New rk, and 1U ViICH ST.,
Liverpool,
, BABEL ft SXARLS, eooaral AgenU,
Orto- J, R. ARMSTRONG,
., nolO-lyd&w Post Office, Ooltuuoue, Ohio.
GUERNSEY'S DALMI
GUERNSEY'S DALM
REnioveS AND PH EVENTS N
flammation and vain, and heals the want hum.
scald, bruise, cut or fresh wound of any kind, prevent,
swelling and pala from see lllnga, mosquito bttas, and
poiaonou. plant., neuralgia, rheumatism, agua In the
breast, salt rheum, eto. When taken internally, It will
positively cure eronp In children, and give, immediate
rouer in mo worst oase or mis terrible oomplaint; also,
remove hoarseness and sore throat. Price, 85 ceiti.
bottle. Should be in .v. Ij house. For .ale by Drug
Sluts and Storekeepers. IRV1N STONE,
Bole Proprietor, N Sprues st , Haw York.
oet4dawlyla . , .....
No leal lattice can be don. tha above nrenaratlona
but by procuring and reading descriptive pampnlet4
be found with all dealer., or will be aent by Proprietor
on demand. Formula, and Trial Bottle. Mat so Physt
cians, who will find development! In both worthy laglr
acceptance and approval. ' ' "
OorrespondeDoe scliolted from all whoea neoesaitloe or
cnrioiiQ prompt! to a trial of the above reliable Berne
dirt. . . . ,. . v. , .
' For stile by (he usual wholesale and rets!! dealer
every when. ? ti , ...
JTOIIM' fi. HUJfNEWELL, Proprleto
CHMIBT A" FHABHAOEDTiaT, f ,
Ko. 9 Conunareiai Wharf, Boston, Ifaia-. ,
n.i...a- a. a. .a i B a - w .
AVUlil ko f PNUUCI, l fl) AUarT'lV, ti . AUOOKt?e H
Deulg, a. Denlff 'k Sqd, A. J. figuellet 1 8on, AgenU
lor Oolnmbas. Olilo. . .-- . ' nyei.jj
Baltimore Clotting Hoiise.-'
cto ; ZIZjTJTEwI
. . ...!.. 1 . .. ... ... . ,
, atAjinraoTpRjrai am wbounaU dxauk. ta ;; ! .
READY-MADEC
';":No. l308 W,' Balimoretieot,' , )
rrwsant triUTV Airri BowaRd,) ( .
U,wv ' '"''.Iv BAATIMOH Be'iffi d
A Large Ajiortment pi Jloet) and jrurnUtUnr
Oooia Comtantly on Hand . . )
i OoKOdly . , , .. ..... ,., .
Ladie' linen Pocket-Handk'fi.. I
rrEininEDSTiTcnEDUiNEN band
A A kerehlef.. very wide bums.
Embroidered Linen Bandk'f all price..
nemasett BUlched and plain do, do.
:.t do do,--.. ' 1 Oolored border.. . -.-
A llouralng do s ... black border. , -
t.iniA'TO,.?0 """ylocroejiUtohrt..
,1,MlfPLe.d0 . wPtlerns. , -V
MI1M1' Plain r.A am -. . a m. ... .
i
n .l - iii;uoq no an price.. 1
Comprising th. rao.t slet aanrtment ta the eity aaA
Vtomtpvoem, . ..v. . BAIN BON,,
w"... . w . . i. V- 9 loath Bigbstreot.-
BONNETS, HIBBONS TABS. AJ-fi
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
ror Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
". .... . . . , .... i. . ... 1. -..,
Tbrongb to lndlanaiwlbi' wlthoit Change 6tCut
aod but One Change of Can between '
'''-'ColdmbrliiandSt.'UttLj.'''' ' ,
A V '''I C I ., ... . , '.' . 1 , i , t. ,' ' ,
On and After Monday, November
Foui'.'Trains DaDy from.Columbus,
. v
FIRST TRAIN.' ' ' '
at London, Xenla, Dayton, Utddletown and Hamilton,
arriving at OtnetnneU at 7:40 a. aa. and at Dayton at
4:05.. m. connecting at Otnclnnatl for Louisville, Yin.
oennos, St. Louis, and all point. Southwest; arrivlog
at St. Leal, -at U:30 p. ss eonneeilng at Dayton for
inuianarjoua, Msayaita, Tern aaaie. Uhlcaso, and all
peiai. treat) arriving at inajacapoiis at U;to a. m.
'"'- ' '- : SECOND TRAIN.'- : J - '
ACCOMMODATION at SAO a. m.. slonr.lor at all sta.
Hons between Columbus, Cincinnati and Dayton, at
riving at Cincinnati at IOiS a. m., and at Dayton at
B: a. m 1 eonneetltg ak'titnerenatl with, HeM t'iut
BlaABBlmftHi tnr T.nMlllH. anA .1 .... 1 .l .
. .",... V J H.U I V .UUI.U.U
oil. and the West, . , ..
- ' THIRD TRAIN.
EXPRESS at 1:53 p. m., .lopping at Jefferson, Lon-
oon, unariesiou, Afma, uorwin, morrow, bo, Lebanon,
Foster's, Loreland and Ullford, arriving at Cincinnati
atom p. m.,ati)sytonat a p. m.; oonneotlnr at Oln.
with tha Ohio and Mississippi Train for Louisville. Yin.
einnes,, 8U Louis, .to., .to., arriving at Bt. Louis at
iv:d a. m. .enneoting n uayton for Indlananoll!, La
fayette, Tern Haute, Chicago and all points West.
FOURTH TRAIN. -
HAIL at 4 p. m , .tonnlnr at all station, between
Columbu. aad Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at 9:V5
p. an. ...
IGT For further lnforrantion and Through Ticket.,
apply to M. L. DOIIEBTY, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
vifiunvot. '
P. W. 8TRADER,
. Oeneral Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
. . JH0. W. DOIIEBTY,
Agent, Columbu,
B. W. WOODWARD,
Bnperintendent, Cincinnati.
Colnmbai, Nov. 10, 18C1.
1861.
1861. EAST.
UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
1
tTssr-i-fi
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
CONNECTING AT PITTSBURGH WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
UNITED.
orrtR THE
Shortest. Qnicke.t and Most Dc.ira
ble Ueute to all Kattera Cities.
. Trains Leave Columbu! aa follows:
via inxaiRt. via .TRffitnrvnn,
iTIorning; Expreaa. i,
i rxn wit,
4:00 A.M. , 3:!0.P. U. 4:00 A. Kb 18 35 P. AI.
ARRIVE AT DXXXAtRI
10:18 A.M. 11:15 P.M.
ARRI7R AT PITTSBPROH : I'-'-i
4:10PiU. 4:10 P. U. lO.dOP. II.
ARRIVE AT BARRISlnRO
3:10 A.M. 3:10 A M. 3:13 A.M.
ABRIVI AT 1AIT7M0RI
1.20 A. M. ' 6:20 A. M. 1;40 P. M.
arrivi at raiuDiLrau.
7:40 A.M. 13:50 P.M.-
7:40 A.-M.
XIW TORS VU AtliHTOWH
11:00 A. U.
via rarLADiLpnu
1:45 P. M.
:i:C0A. U.
5:00 P. M.
143 P.M.
015 P.M-
' ' via AixnrrowN. ,
Passenrar. by this line reach New York in advance of
any Northern route.
1!:35 P. M. train i. the only one from Colombo! at
this hour, and the only train by. which passengers can
reach Baltimon or Waahlotton the following dav. and
arrive In Philadelphia or New York before dark.
Uj-Bieeplng cars on all night train.. ; -:
The Only Rente from Colnmbni to
uaitimore, fhiiaclelphla or
New York
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
This train also connect, a: B.llaln with the Baltimon
and Ohio Railroad.
ITr-Tlils route I. 30 MILES SHORTER to Pittsburgh
andmore than 100 MILES SHORTER to New York,
than Northers line. - ,
" IL7 Baggag Checked Through to all im
portant point! East.
DVAtk for, Ticket, via Bellaire or Stea-
UT Tioketi Good over either Route.
. JOHS W. BB0WN,
,' ' General Ticket Agent Centra" Ohio R.R.
IRA A. HUTCHINSON, r
General Ticket Agent Steubenvllle Bhort Lin. .
Columba., Nov. 13, lHol.
REMOVAL.
W11UAM: H RESTIEAUX;
t, , ',- - v.- 7 " DEALER IN ; '. - . -. ; ;
Grocencs,
Produce,
Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liqucw,'
Fruits, etc., etc., v (! 5
., ., . .r 1 -
HAS BEMOVED BIB STORE FB0M i
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
.., , . to -j- - .
::No::i06, South High Street,:"
the old stand recently occupied byiWM. MoDONALD
Be Ula dally receipt of
NEW AND FRESH GOODS 1
.v r;ia.r. wWeit.M'a leifil.;"?. '
Cheap for. Caeh or Country rrodnoe,
Uj Goad, d.lfve'red to fciiy trade free of charge. 2
ly , . 'i
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tpoiTJBIBVS, OH10
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
, v Anrl Seed Store,
GENERAL HARDWARE,
' XAIL8, GLASS, BASH, PUTTY, OOBDAGB,
evne, Fletola, WedWlUow tvare,
tT and Bebber Ball log, Iaee Leather, Boat and
U ,'i,..'i VK ,v
:bidly
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jaiiy.per year,.
, Tri Weokly, pernir
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. 100
THE DEAD HERO.
BY PARK BENJAMIN.
' B1?,4 th eak have, round hi! fciad,'- '
H ha. shown himself a man t . v i i
, Bely oharglng he fell dead,, ... B .
. , r Fighting foremost Ia the van. ,
Cheering with a mighty cheer
-,v, Onh.ledth!Mrrl.4bsndi )
y' .Now belles upon hi. bier, -
Cold and .tately,.iilli and gianJ.,
r -. '.':,:i. .... .,. ,i ,,. . ... i
Slowly gath.r round him bow,- --'- , it
. e, his soldiers! aod be dumb, y '
.. Cast on. look upon bis brow, .
r A. you hearthf muffled drum, ,"'
Then with solemn feet r,n alow, '' ;
jti - Moornin or hi early doom, : .
, Wltu your folded banner, go, . ,
Lay lb. hero infill tomb. . ,
" ---
Proclamation of General Dix.
BALTIMORE, November 17.
About four thousand trooos. inolndins- Nlm'a
fiuauin batterj, will inarob from Snow Hill,
Maryland, liito Aooomao and' Nortbamrjioa
countie., Virgiaia, to-day Aocomao ia pre
pared to array itself for Hie Union, but North
ampton iboiri Dght,
The following proclamation from Geo. Diz
nai been lent In advance of the expedition.
To tht pnple of Accomae and Northampton com
tut, vtrgtmat
The military forcee of the United States are
about to enter your countie! as part of the
Union. Tbey will go among 70a as friend.,
and witb the earnest bope that thej mar not,
by jour own aotg, be forced to becomo jour en
emiee. They will invade no richta of rjersou
Or property; on the contrary, jour lawi, your
iD.iiiuuoug, your usages win lie Bcrnpulouslj
respected. - There need be no fear that the
quietude of any fireside will be disturbed, un
less tne distuiuance ia caused by yourselves.
Special directions have been given not to Inter
fere witb the .condition of any person held to
domeatio service, and, in order that there may
be no ground for mistake or pretext for mis
representation, commanders of regiments and
corps have been Instructed not to permit any
such persons to come within their lints.
1 be command of tbe expedition is entrusted
to Brigadier-General Henry II. Lockwood, of
Delaware, a State identical, in some of the dis
tinctive features of it! social organization, with
your own. Portions of his force come from
counties in Maryland, bordering on one of
yours. From him aud from them you may be
assured of sympathy of near neigbbore as well
as friends, if you do not repel it by boctile re
sistance or attack.
Tbeir mission la to assert the authoritv of
the United States, to re-open your intercourse
with the loyal States, and especially witb Mary
laud, whioh bag just proclaimed her devotion to
the Union by the most triumphant vote in her
political annals; to restore to commerce its ac
customed guides, by re-eetabllablnp: lights on
your coast to afford yon a free export for the
producta of your labor, and a free iDgresa for
tbe necessaries and comforts of life which tou
require in exchange, and, In a word, to put an
end to the embarrassments aod restrictions
brought npon you by a cancel ess and unjustifi
able rebellion.
If the calamities of Intestine war which are
desolating other districts of Virginia,-and hare
already crimsoned ber fields "With fraternal
blood, fall npon you, it will not be the fault of
the Government. It aeka only that it authori
ty may be recognized. It sends among yoa a
lorce too strong to be sncceasfully opposed, a
force which oannot be resisted in any other
spirit than that of wantonness and malienitv.
If there are any among: you who, rejecting all
overtures 01 irienotnip, thus provoke retaua
non, anaaraw aown upon tnemseives tne con
sequences whioh the Government is most anx
ious to avoid to tbeir account must be laid tbe
blood which may be shed, and the desolation
which may be brought noon peaceful homes.
On all who are thus reckless of the obligations
of humanity and duty, and on all who are found
in arms, the severest punishment' warranted by
the laws of war will be visited.
To those who remain in the quiet pursuit of
tneir domestic occupations the public authori
ties assure all tbey can give peace, freedom
from annoyance, protection from foreign and
Internal enemies, a guarantee of all constitu
tional and legal rights, and the blessings of a
ust ana
is
JOHN A. DIX.
Major-General Commanding.
The Arrest of Messrs. Slidell and
Mason.
Caot. Wilkes, in the
San Jacinto, boarded a British mail steamer off
Bermuda, and took therefrom (ho rebel Com
missioners, Messrs. Blidell and ' Mason, bas
produced a profound sensation In the publio
mind, and tne aot la commented upon as one
likely to involve us at this time in unpleasant
controversy with England, unless it ia dis
avowed by tbe Administration at Washington.
In the diacuasion which has ensued, It seems to
be taken for granted that tbe act of the Ameri
can commander Involves the principle of the
"right of search," and is a direct Infraction of
our own Interpretation or international law io
regard to tbat right. But this la evidently
confounding one principle of International law
witb another entirely different. " Tbe case, aa
presented, doea not involve any question of the
right of aearcb at all, and especially any qus
tion.of that right which our Government haa
ever raised. "Tbe right of searoh which we
hare questioned and denied, is tbe right of the
vessels of any other nation in time ot peace, to
board and search our vessels to discover their
character, as the flag tbey carry la tbe evidence
of their nationality; and the authority undor
which they sail.' Tbe "right of search" in
time of war is a right acknowledged bv everv
civilized Government as a necessary btlligcrtnt
right, and we both submit to it, and exercise it
in turn In time of war, without either dispute
or neeusuuu. iuo -rignt 01 searcn," men, IB
not the question presented in this case ot Sll
dell and Mason's arrest. .The only question
presented is, have we a right to board a British
mail ateamer (tor aucb appears to be the char
acter of the vessel), from a British port, and
seize npon two passengers as prisoners of warf
It any doubt exist aa to any right under inter
national law to act In this way, that doubt ia
entirely removed by tbe conduct of Great Brit
ain herself in a similar caae, which ia preoe.
dent ana a rule sufficiently justifying Uom.
Wllkes'a set, and tbe eanction and acknowledg
ment ot it by our Government, v In 1811, Lu-
oien Bonaparte, then in Italy, desired to go to
tne united btatee, to indulge in quiet tne studi
ous tastes to which he Inclined. He was assist
ed in the design by Marat, King ot Naples, and
wttn tne am or tne latter ne engaged a paaa
age in a vessel trading to tbat oarl of the enun.
try from the United states. Tbe : vessel was
the Hercules, commanded by Captain Edward
West, ot Salem, Massachusetts, and she depart
ed with Luoienfrom a pert In Sardinia; Lucten
getting sick on the passage, desired to be put
ashore at a port in the -Mediterranean. An
English man of war, hearing of bis arrival.
sent an armed boat, took him off tbe, vessel a
prisoners and carried him to England, where be
oontiuued to reside for a long time.., This aot
was never regarded by out Government, that
we ever beard of, as a violation of any of our
national or commercial rights, and Ureat Brit
am norer disavowed ttv tbat we are aavised
Of. '....'..A..'..- , :
. With this ease so identical in Ita features
with the arrest of Blidell and Mason. Great
Britain oertaloly will be tbe last to complain of
tbe violation of any right ot ners unaer a rule
whioh she bas 10 signally set. vl'he eapture
appears to have been performed by Commodore
Wilkes with deUOaoy, ana free iron any inten
lion or disposition to tnsnit. 1 oe in erni
show tbe rebels that tba blockade, which , they
mrfeaM Ia Ka ihapa rvoianaa. ia liVo1 tn i.ne
1
i r"rn
Tery eOeotuaUn Us operation, and It violation
attended wilb yerj great risks of eapture.
i ney bare been miking, hitherto. kind of
Fefuge of the West India Mauds, and British
snipe have been using these neotrel ports as
convenient securities for the MlllcU. business
they are engaged In fnr srmKir, ..k.i.
-with arms and Munitions of war in nnnnaltlnn
to the proclamation of nenti-.iit.
sovereign. Cam. Wilfcea Is an old and exoerl.
iff nfl AASl m.W I ' I . - ' - -
vjiaatfjr til Villi II innffmlnl a4 , ..I
character H com m. no' a the expedition to
the Antartio Seal lome twenty vean ago. H
was ulecttd by tht present Beoratarj of the
vwomi m ku Liu nrintr nnma iKa A
iquadron, which shows theoot-fidenee reposed in
tan loya Uy and disoretloo. It was known? that
" "epiog a lookout for tbe Nashville and
it iTT 2V ?nd o M ,n "ommunloition witb the
United States Consul in reference to this mat-
er, it una, imager. . ,
Exchange of Prisoners and Hanging.
from the commenoement of tbe war
una in isvor or toe exchange, and opposed to
the hanging, of prisoners. The necessity for
.uD wT.ruioeus 10 auopc that polloy Is every
cay Becoming more apparent. The faot that
tu reueis Dltve selected Colonel Corcoran and
other officers of the Federal army, now pria
oners In their hands, for execution if tbe
courts sbould pass sentence npon the Savan.
nan pitvateersmcn, muat cause the deepest
gratlfioition tiiat the Jury disagreed in tbeir
case. Had the gallant Corcoian been hnng like
a felon upoo tbe gallows, a uulreraal shout of
indignation would have arisen against a policy
.,m.u .u.uvucu a iviuier 01 tne union 10 BO lg
nble a fate.
Tbe popular mind has not thought correctly
in regard to tbe prirateeremen. There is un
doubtedly much in tbeir vocation to render
them more dangerous aud odions than the land
forces of the Confederate States;, but they
are no more nor leaa rebels than the secession
soldiers. We cannot logically treat them as
pirates, unless we treat the soldiers as brigands.
Privateering baa always been recognized by
civilized nations aa a legitimate mode o( war,
Just aa legitimate aa putting armies Into the
field. There can, therefore, be no proper dis
tinction between a rebel sailor and a rebel sol
dier. If the one is to be tried and hung, tbe
other ought to meet the same fate. We do
not doubt the power of the Guverument to treat
tbem in this meaner. Lrery rebel ia a traitor,
and every traitor may be visited with tbe sanc
tions of the law. The question is one of polloy
we may add of humamty; for, when we de
cide to bang Confederate privatesremeu, we
sign the death-warrants of some ot the braveet
of our own officers aod soldiers. We are not
to decide wbetbtr we wouIJ wish to bang rebels,
or whether they ougat to be bung. We can all
agree npon that. We are to determine whether
we will give the Confederates a pretext to bang
the Federal prisoners whom they now bold. The
people will etirlok, aa the Administration bai
xhruok, irom ao dishonorable and cruel a policy.
Prisouerethould be exchanged. By that meana
alouei can a difficult and painful question be disposed
of. Chicago Timti.
A Startling Astronomical Discovery.
forthcoming number of tha American
Journal of Science and Art contains tbe record
a very remarkable discovery which has been
made by eminent astronomers during the past
year. This discovery eatablishea tha near ar.d
startling feature of the solar system, that there
at least one ring ot meteorio formations, anr-
rounding the euu, which baa a regular revolu
tion, joe recurrence or the meteorio display
in August of each voar. ia exolairtrd he tha
fact that the earth passes, at that time, through
tbe ring; and tbe contact of itj formations with
our aimosphero renders tbem visible lo com
bustion. An article of Professor Newton in the
Journal is specially valuable and interesting, aa
presenting tbe fact that the inclination ot tbe
ring to tbe eclintio his been measured, and ao
far fixed aa to render it certain that the meteors
Kf other known annual recurrence, cannot belong
10 tno earn a nuj. wfietner oiaer nogs exmt,
or not, remaina to oe eaowo, out this for tbe
preeent may le regarded as ascertained, that a
meteorio ring, with an Inclination of from eighty
I our to ninety-six decrees to tbe ccliptio.and with
. periodic tirao of two hundred and eighty-one
days, actually forms an important part of the
solar system, and that the world passes through
this ring annually in August, and ia eeverul
days in passing from side to side, eo thnt its
thickness is fire to ten millions of miles.
Neatly every one knows that meteors or
shooting stars, as they are often called, are an
nually visible ia great quantities daring tbe
mouth of August, on certain nights. On any
one of those nights two or three persons, watch
ing the ely, may count from one to two hun
dred of them in an hour or two. It mav now
taken as an ascertained fact In antronomy,
teat inese moteora, wntcn consist of various
minerals, are a few, out of many millions of
millions, which are located in a great ring,
that surrounds the sun, and is as regular io its
revolution as tne earth or any plauet. Prol.
Newton, taking one morning's obiervation,
makes a rough calculation that there are more
than 300,01)0.000,000,000 of these bodies in the
ring.
Thus it would seem that the track of a form
er orb of the solar system, years ago, rent by
some terrific convulsion to fragments, baa been
discovered ita very orbit baying been changed
ao that our own planet paasei through It. And
thus a vision Is given of that Omnipotence ex
erted for destruction, which heretolore we have
looked npon only in ita creative activity. A
glimpse, it may be, ia given of tbo future of
other orbs that now roll In ether, uttering tbe
"music of tbe epberes." Why may not tbe
astronomer, as be baa nerotolore been discov
ering new planets and systems, hereafter turn
bis telescope to reveal the ruins of others,
whose fires have long since burned low, and
wboae history and observation will belong to a
new department in astronomical science the
archaeology of the staraf .
The Game Laws of Ohio.
,By the preaont game lawa of Ohio, it ia per
missible to shoot, with the common band fiie
arma, the game birds of the country, between
the first of October and the first of February.
Tbe shooting of turkey, gooee, prairie ohlckena
and deer ia permissible between September 1st
and February 1st, aod tbe same of woodcock
between tbe 13th of July and February, and
tbe shooting of wild Reeve, duck and teal , is
open from tbe let ol September to the 15th of
April. Shooting npon tbe premlaea of another.
without permission, ia treapaas, aod bunting for
duck and wild geese with swivel or punt-gua, is
unlawful.' au tne m sect-eating birds, as spar
row, robin, blue bird, pewee, martin, thrush.
swallow, kingamer, etc, are perpetually x
empt from injury, except upon the premises ef
tne nunter. , in tne state or Indiana, pheasants
or quails are exempt, except from tbe 1st of
November to tbe 1st of f ebraary.
; O" Should tbe brunt of the war in the cot
ton States fall upon South Carolina, it would be
a poetio sequel to the secession campaign.
South Carolina bas always been odious to tbe
Southern States. ' Her politicians have been re
garded as arrogant, domineering and exacting
especially In Virginia, Louisiana, Alabama and
Mississippi. Mr. Calhoun waa looked upon in
these States as tbe embodiment or an Impraoti
cable aod unreasoning iiaieast&n, and if our
troops should ravage that State, seise upon its
political and commercial capitals, destroy Its
railroads, and make it the great winter quarters
or our boutnetn army.reiy noon it tbattbe peo
ple of the other oottoo States will not regard tbe
event with extreme sorrow. j -
, ,
Tbi Canadian Enlistmint Casi The
prosecution against Mr. Arthur Rankin, of To
ronto, arrested for enlisting men for the United
Sta tea army, has been abandoned, upon tbe
ground that tbe 0 (Tense being aganat an imperial
statute and committed In foreign country,
could be tried only in the Queen's Bench io Eng
land, '.-.iii a-.' ,- , r --: t
ro, Young ladles ara like arrows-lbey ,
tW iu , qalTer till the beaux 'come, and oan'tlo
... . ., . ' ...
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HARDWARE
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IU8T RECEIVED BY ' " ''
WM. A. GILL;
Ho. 30 North High Btreet,
i)ns ol tba Largest aid Best lelaeted Asssri"J
-of ' V
raCaELDrci'vu'CLr'o
(VI B OFFXBIB in ring oini ' "r
(loose Builders' Famishing
. OF VERI STYli AMD QUALITY, , ,
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CARRIAGE MATERIADrl.
AXES GRINDSTONES, 4. -
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FISHING TACKLE. .
ROPE4CORDA(.K.
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT
HCYTHES, ato.,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
i especially invite the attention of all fnterasud te mi
stock of Pocket aud Table Cutlery, and
U1LVEH PLATED rORKS, '
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, fec,
X ROOIRRb A BRO'8. Manufacture, warrant-! to n
eatra heavy, Ileotro-Plated.on feaulai Albatta.
Country Merchants, llochanlca, and others, are Invltv.
to call aod examine ay Stock, aa I aa prepared ta a-11
rVholeeale and Retail. He'Jtt. A. UJI.l.
Oolumbus, Ohio, May tj, 1820
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or recuperative energy remaining,
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huvb niM wuavu u.,1 tWHJO Baiu, causing (I to yield
resh covering of hair. ,
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