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DAILY.T2I.WEm.YAKDWimiH
. MANYPENNY t MILLE,".
t C E ttfcVBB ' AIT J FBOPRf ITOSg'
a it; y: ". i ' i
IT Office Bos. SO, 81 and 40, sTorth High f
,riRUi INVARIABLY IN ADVANCB
" By th Carrier, per week, eenta.
W-Weokly . . . 00p9rwear.
Weekly, . . . . 0o f
.ittlt.VlA I '-! . I 1. .
Jeriua, ft Advertising bribe Square.
Magnate I i(uiHb nn
Out square weeks. .4 08
One ,,, HiMki., leo
On ." . UmoLtbe .18 00
iaa u 6 monthi -15 00
ne " J month! JO 00
ne " month. H m
Ou
1 week... 1 71
On
One"
One.
Sdaya... 1 00
S days ... 73
tec I month- S 00
A Uiaeruoa , (W
Sliplejed adVerflaemant. h.ir tv,..
Adviinta. , loaded MdVaoea iTiuViolioB ofl
PiiJW Nalif, (ou0le the ordinary rate Jr? y
uiroo 10 m puoiuoM by law, logal rata.
II ordered oa tne Inelde exelneivalir after UnMnit
par cent, more than the above rate; bat all euoh wll
appear In the Trl-Weekly wlthoutcbarge.
iMcSSSODerirna: ontiiii
Notleeiofmeotlngi.charitahleiocUtlei.llreooaipanlM
Be., ball price. j ' ,; u v. '- t '-.. t
jdtf frawieW advertieementi muet be paid for in
lvne v Ue ml. ru aoVbe varied from . r
JltSi'V ''f16 " HT i"7 "her the aarartlwi
MlhWMkieaiuM.. Wtnre- 'he-Dellf ana Waekly
are Iwth omJ, tbon the oharKe lor tbe ttaekl will fee
elf tbe ralee of tbe Dally , y . ,(..,., .
Bo adreruaemcnt takeu exoept for a definite period.
BUSINESS, CARDS,,
i- vnnnToruiat-eura. - xiMa eairraMsia,
wuwaifiWRS AT LAW,
20 XTSTcOX
. . - r w -
w (Ofllcei tt Olty Judge.)
NEW YORK.
Bma ro
' Boa. Jamee Ifonoilef, N
uoa. jamte Uonoilef, N. T. Superior Coart, . i
Boa. B. . Payne, Olereland, oT ' A
Bon. H U. Ilnntar. lneuter. oi-.'ii
t,-
notS-Om . . i
Attorney and11 CounseUoFat Law,
NOTARY PUBtlc,
'Q"as,Hh,,6II,0fioDftBuI.
.f."."d S'i" '"'proinpUy attended to.
Vertrenece glren when rcou red
(LaU af Phalon't EaiiblUhment, H. Y)
CerUng and Drtaalng Saloon, h-- .i.i.Aj
South Hll SUoTewBeUnV Store;
fatchea.llAC,l0n , ,lrn " tt
Ladlea;and Ohlldren'a Hair Drenibg done In the teal
c alt house;
Ho. 178 Horth High Street, ' '
coiuiBusHia"
2JtV"i "5 Ul5ilr ,V I?11 any of the traint,
ptogpuKe . ?ec.l?ed.,e,nTnIentatnp-
ofPtbgu ,k'- p - " hnn ' th Blgllt tor
TerBleod:eTate,to,uualeUme.', v
oeus - . . . . aa -r. V '
NATIONAL HOTEL,
NEAR UNION DIP0T,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
eaaBBBBaaaMBM
IBKM3.
oct23-3m
.ONE DOLLAR PR AYt
' J. A. B. SmXTJffS, J
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
OBce Ambot flnlldlng, oppoaite Cspltol Iqoare.
- r, , ,v j, . O0LU1IBUS, OHIO,
JXi OQIlOH.ig-33, s
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO - '
M. C
' LILLEY -
"And Blank-Book Manufantuer, -.
KOHTH HIQH ITKSU, COLXTIUTJI, OHIO
eaarlt-jlr " ' . .
BAGLB; BRASS'WORKS,
f Cartaer Spring dt Water sta.T '
. -...! -I m . - .. it.ii
And Manufacturer, of Praaa and Compoaltloa Caatiagt
f inlabed JBraaa Work of all Denrlptloni.
Electro :Platiii7
, , biaUlk CUTTING. C.
lihlMWly v.
.;4 -M 'w a.'i
Colnmbns Wholesale Liquor Store
erj kj A
LACELLE ROSS 4V CO.
..... w . taTB-
a '
pOMISSIONMERCOT
. I TUnADHTDa iTJT. tiniTtir. TV1' fcl ;
( i, jn . eVAa a vaaaaua anv vniiun ia ah
, ....... ..4. -....-.--
Foreign and Domestio Wines, Brandiei,
,1 .,4 e. Ae. .' ALSO, .5
.t ...... t sjiajad -at. r- -J . "J'f K'
OLD RYE, MONQNGAHELA ft BOURBON
WARBB0U8B AND OPFICal, S24 SOUTH HIGg gl
T"t nf ayJ..-J : th l.
COITJMBUS.'OHIO
Wpt?dlitf
M. JKhnESTIEAUX,
l IfSCtfOBBSOR TO 'pet ' REof IRAUXi',7'
No." lOG,' South ' High Street.
OoXdX72VEZ3XTO, i "
DIALKR IN ' ! '
cRodc n i 'isPiibii T uc a
I
A 4eaT,'W I1.a .
a A iW'l
.HAAu -i wi e
a B ewW
' wN .rwWJft ft I Sl4.'.i .0
t
.f
ROtA T OTTi Brn nttrriiv a p v
- -1
Tb latMtTlie larjeit The Best,
v t - Th Cheapwt Becmw the Bert,
'The Meat KeUafeja Standard An
iberltr al the Eag-llen Lanrvaf e.n
An BmdrviAUnmilitMMtort cf! Ohio,
"Tb-k&t JNQLiari DI0TIONAET IITANT.''
ercNV JCm JtoryioAere.
'Ho i e are apwardi of a. Eaadrrd thoaeaai Wordf ,
whoae mnltllarlou meanlnii and derlratloni, torether
with Uieli epmet pelMai, aa4 preuuMletlea-D otearly
tat berore the eje.'' '
i'ri nr '; antlKOminerMaXl
JttadtU&oitkf tKc Mmbtr$ of Me Ohio State
TtacJur't jMootation.
The ea Jtrttt-cad, aienibeie of the Ohio State Teecheri'
AteodaUon, adopt and aim to m In teaching, writing
and -apeak tor, the" orthography an presnnoiaUon of
Worcaater'a Hoyal Quarto Dlotlonary, and we moat or
dUll recommend It aa the moat reliable atandard au
thority of tbe Ingllab language, aa It la now written and
pekeit.t 1,1 vi . .
Loam Amatwa, Prealdent Kenyon Oolleira.
Mi D.'Ltoam, gtrperlnteadant ftneerllle Schoola.
mi W. UaattY, Hap't Uiuillon Union Bchbolf.
M. f . Oownaar, Bnp't Pnbllo llchooui, Bandaaky.
' Jo liTma, lopt Vublie eeboola, Olroleellla.
B. K. luroaD, Principal Olereland female flemlna-
W. MiTcnn.t, Bnp't Pilblle fehooll, MeTTphTO'., '
ou Oauau, tiBeipal4tate Kotmal Sohoel, aHntw
eota. OntDaNiioe. Principal fourth intennedlata School,
Olnolnnatl.- - " "
H. B. UakTiH, Bop't Canton Union Bcboola.
HeWi Raeaif rluelpnl alaHeely Kormal Bckotl.
Su-TTajTAR,ref. Hatnematlce, Ohio CnWeratty.'
Wh. W. KDwaana, Bnp't Troy Union School.
M. O. alarum. Prlnemal Waal Uhrbi BekocL aiera-
. .
I XntoWab BrajiuiHi.rVriscal fi!gb'chol,Olflve
i.i .T '! ( . i ; n M. !'-ti'i
Dmirroa. Prliactnal Olareland TnitttnU.
J. a. llillittn a..iU.n if BImIIm ImIIIuI. TTt.
urn.'--,'" ' ' '
W. L. Harku, Prof, ef Ohemlitry, Ohio Wealejan
' . II. auaarr, Ui-CemmlaaloneT of Common Schoola,
Ohio.
jAiraaHomoa, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College.
Taoa. Bill, Prealdent AnUocb College.
-O. W. H. Oatboabt, Prof, aUthemallce, High
School, Dayton.
. 8. H, ,ORDHADat Prof. Language, Blgh School.
Dayton. ' , -
6. tl, Btaua, Bnp't Union Schoole, Aahland.
kort tSom 80t Hundred other ProHdrnU of Con.
ee, froftnort, AutXore emi PieHnguiehed Educa
tor, have endoreed the above eenttment
FRESIDENTS Of COLLEGES IN OHIO.:
kfARirrra OoLLaea "It li truly a magnificent work,
aa honor to tbe author, the publlahera, and tbe whole
eouatry." Praaldtat Andrewe.
' Ohio WaaLaTaaUaivaaaiTT..,It axceeda mvuntufFt.
tlona. It Will be mr amide in orthonaDh and nronnii.
elation, and will often be oonaulted by me lor ita neat
ana acenraiedennltioni." Prealdent Tbompton. ., ..
W. R. IclbttK) Couaoi. "Heretofore we tave hsed
Webater'a orthography. At a recent meeting of onr
faculty. K waa decided to chante It to conform la tht
of Worceater'l Hoya (ioarto Diotlonary.'W-PrealdeDt I
Qarfleld. ; I
Wmrrna Bonn Ooixaot. "I find It worthy of
eordial approbation. Prealdent Hitchcock. ,
' Oaraiia Ooiiioa. "It more than meeti my ntpecta
tfone.' 1 recommend It aa the atandard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my papibr." Prealdent
atorgan., i -. ;.?-.; ., ,. , , ,.. t ,y,4 .,
Ajrrioca Cou.ro!. "I adopt and aim to sse In teach
ing, writing and epeaktng, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Woieeater'e Royal Quarto Dictionary.''
Prealdent BUI. f y v:'-,'iilf - t V-
' fin all my writing, epeeklng.and teaching, 'l hare en
AcaTored le eonform lethernlee for orthography and
pronunciation aa contained la Worceater'l Dictionary."
Horace Mann, late Prealdent.
KmoK Oorxiea, Oaneiaa. "I moat cordially reeom
mond It ae tbe moal reliable atandard authority of the
Ksgllah language ae It la now written and ipoken."
Prealdent Andrewi.' -
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
hm Set. Anion Smyth, OommUetoner of Common
SoAoole in OMo.
' "The Dictionary lean bnperlahabte monnment to the
learning and Indualry of lta author, and an honor to tbe
World of lettera. ' The mechanical execution !e far cope
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I an ae
Iqualnted." a
from Bon. B. B. Sarney. Sa-Oommiulotur of
Moot a OMo. '. - v
The moat reliable itandard authority of the laa-
tW.'.., ,
V 'Uri , WBAT TBI 1 !
jeallnp; Newepapere of Ohio Say.
Iron Vie Cleveland BeraU of March 38.
The orthorntphy of tbe Worceater Dictionary la that
Bled br moat. If not all. antbora of d la Unction In thia
country and Ingland, and conform! to the general uaage
r ordinary wntera ana epeeaere.
Whaterer Dreiudlcee may bare eilated prerioualy
careful atudy of tola rolome will Inrarlably be followed
by a warm appreciation of ita great merita, and dealre
to add It to the wen aeiectea imrary, ne u large or amaii,
It la a library Inltaelf, and will remain an imperisha
ble reoori of the learning of ita compiler.
Jrom th Cincinnati OmmerelAl of April 20.
Here are anwarda of a hundred thonaand worda aood,
bad and Indifferent whote mnltrarione meaalnga and
deriratloni, together with their correct apelling and pro
nunciation, are aet clearly before the eye. The work la
naoeationaniy ine greauai xnaaaurua oi ngiuu noroi
em pubiunea.
from (he Cleveland PlaindtaUr Sei4. l, 1800
IrtdentlT Woicam'e RoTiL Quarto DicnoNAar le
not anlv the laet. out the aarrr vwi of the kind over it-
tued ,and can by ne poaaiblllty enter by comparlion or
eontroreray. i ' " -
Iron the Toledo Blade of May 89.
Aa to raoirnaciATioN. Woiotern ia TBI Standard
followed br our beat author!! In defloltlona be leavoj
nothing to be deal red, and In OKTnooRArflT it it inttlcient
to ray that Woacarrn can be tartly followed.
' INUHAin dc BRAOU,
Publlahera, Bbokaeliera dc Statlenere,
KO 101 BOPKRIOR 8T.; CLEVELAND, OHIO.
' mai9
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIKE -.INSURANCE. COMPANY,
Of
, 2T"Warl5L, 1ST. tT .
DlTldend J.annary 1, 186 1 1 48 Per Cent
ASSETS ..a, 13,812.550 SO.
Htatemaaxt Janaary V I88I
Balance, per atateaaent Jan. let, lSUO 3,400,J81 39
Keceivea tor rremiume uur-
i u tbe year ltl..... S703.0i3 S3. ,r ... ?
Reoelved 'for Interne- during & 3 '
tbe year Ibuu nie.uit lu
I Total reeelote for I860.. ..1977,17 74 .
Pald0lalmebyDeaUi,9B7JlS0 00 i-'.L.iXi.
Paid Polioiei lurren
dered 41,111 S9
raid balance, roit
lee, Taxea, Vx
chanre. eto..i...-
31.CW54
Paid Conunlaalona to
ta ol.aa au
lyetclana' feee. S,96 75
PaidAnnultiea...... I.S17 00
Paid Dlrldenda dar '
big tbe year lcs.auo 75 otio.wi oa
411,976 14
I Ret Balanee January )rt, 1301......,.,.8Ul,iM SO
fl t iJS il ri ABB1TS. M JLlV"
Caahon hand.... 8,0CP4 19
Bonda and Hortgaieeon Real .
caw,, worm uuuuia turn .
amount loaned.. '.S.32741 68" f 5 I
irramium nuwa, vh Aviwica
I la loree, only arawtng u per
cent, tntereat.. .......... 1,S79.B04 17 , , , , , , ,
eel BaUie ,.au...A.' 80.SH3 87 - e ' '
Loana on Scrip 8,931 44
Pramiuma.Noteaanauaau.ia
eoarae ef trenamlealoa.... 4S4S 75
Total Aaeei......Ar...
3,81S,S5S
7,876 Polldee la brae, lniurlng. ,-..g5,4g6t38
l 1,435 new poiiciee nave oeen wauea uarug the year.
I After a eareful ealcnlatlea of the preaent yalae of Be
atatandlng Pollclee of the Company, and having the
seoMiary amount In reserve therefor, the Director!
have declared a Ditidmb of to per oent. on the Preal.
una nald at the table ratea, to all pollclee for life In force.
baaed prior to January 1, 1W60, -payable according to tbe
areient rale of the Company.. . M w1
i Rateefot alt klndeof Llle Contlngenetee, Proipect
aea, Slatemesta, and Arplleatlona, will be furnlahed
without cuiltoi, at the Office er Agnin oi ihe Com'
a R0BT. I. PATTERSON President
! I ' L. O.OROVR,TftoePreaidet,T
BINJ. t: MILLER, fceoretary. - I
II. II. UKESOI, Agent,
iieVchCiTO..
4 Joonaon Block, i
. ia v voinmmi, v
Plain And riuuHEu black.
DRRBS BILKS, of every grade. Tbe moat Mleet
eatertmacl in Uf olty ve i pX puat reeaenable ratea.
prUI . Ke. S Seeth Hlgbatrej
il : .-.If ," 'I fiail !wareext,eTr!ii-i'l . !
1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
Tier
RAILROAD.
I
Connecting at Oreatline with the PITTSBURGH, IT.
WATNS It 0BI010O RAILROAD
tor IHUtburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alto
for fori Wayne and Chicago.
Connecting at Clareltnd with the LAIR II10RJ RAIL-
ROAD
For UanKIrk, Itaffaio, Albanr Uee
n, and New York.
TWO TRAINS PALLY,
! . KIORPT SUNDAY,
from Columbia, In connection with Xralni on the
R.ITTI.B. niarai and. coLtunnua
(AMD XliMA HAIA.HOAD4. '
, ' - FIRST f SAIN. . '
I NI0HT KXPRE88 Leavea Oolumbua at I SO A. M.;
Will leak- pakaenKerf ax all atatlona. atoo at Delawara
Oardington, flllead. Gallon, and at all lUtiom North' of
Oalioa, and atall other atatlona apen algnal, arrlTlng at
U lereiand at 9:iiu A. K., Dunkirk .S0 P. M., Buffalo
.
- SSOOND TRAIN, t .
NIW TORE RXPRRS8 Learee Oolumbua at IIS P
H.; will leare paaaragere at ail atatione. Oreenwlch,
Rocheater, Columbia and Olmated being flag itatlone.
tnia train win not atop lor paaaeegera except upon el
n.l A h(m fl).ul..J fl.OJk U M T L. I -I. & . W
Buffalo 4:33 A. M., Albany 4:15 P. at., New Vork 80
r. in., Doeion n.xvjk at. -
CONS10TI0NS. '.
. At Oreatline with Plttabnrgh.Tt. Wayne and Chicago
nauroau tor iriiiaourga, raLiiaeipua ana Baltimore.
Am lor vuicago.
At Shelby, with Sanduaky, Uanafield and Newark Rail
road, for all polnte on that road. Alao for Toledo.
At Grafton, with Olereland and Toledo Ballrcad for
loieao ana voicago.
At Oiereiand, with Lake Shore Railroad for Rile,
Dnnklrk, Baffalo, Mew Kork and Boaten.. . . ..
atent Sleminar Cars are run on all
, Night Trains to Chicago, Sew'
, York and Boston.
Baggage Vhtcted Through to Hew' Tort and Boeton
vta vteveiami; ateo, 10 rnuaatlpMa and
Jtev Fork via Crettline.
.0 ."RETURNING.:.: -j
Night Expreaa arriree at Oolumbua at... 1:30 A. M.
Cincinnati Expreaa arrlrea at Oolumbua at l:Su P. U.
Fare aa Law aa br anwatlaer Home.
At ir Telfff via CreelUne'or Otvtland. j
1. S. f LINT, '
bnpertntendent, Olereland, Ohio.
JAMIS PATTERSON, Agent,
Oolumbua, Ohio.
Colamboi, Nor IG, 18C1.
CANADIAN A USITED STATES MAIL
ONDONDERRY, GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
lerca-OT
The Montreal Ocean Steamahlo ComnanT'a flrat-claaa
full-powered Olyde-bnilt Bteamera aall every Data
raay irom ruHTiianu, carrying tne uanaaian ana
united Btxtei Mull ana paaeengen,
I NORWEGIAN, NORTH AkflRIOAN,
BOHCHIAN, ANOLO-IAXON,
NORTH BRITON, ' ' HIBKRNIAN,
OANADIAN, N0TA80OTIAN.
Shortest, Cheapest andQalckeat Cen
) veiauce ireui
AHEBICA TO AU PASTI 0? XTO0PI-
Kates ot PuDsage to Xtarope,
: t S30, 96G. SO.
Will nil from LIVERPOOL erery Wedaesday,
and from QUKUKO erery Hatnrday,ealilngat
LONDONDalRRY, to reoerre on board and land Malla and
Paaaengere, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
1L rTheae bteamera are taut or iron, in watar-ugat
eompartmenta, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention la paio to tne comrort ana eooommoaa
tioo of paaeengen. Aa they proceed direct to LONDON
DtcRV, thejieat rlik and delay of calling at Bt. John'i
la avoided.
Glaarow pasaenrerf are furnlahed with raaa taaaan
tlcketa to and from Londonderry. . . , , ; . -
Return uckata granted at reduoed ratea. K ' i
i Oertificatea leaned fur oarryint to and brlacterout pai-
KnTera from all tbe principal towna of Urea t Britain and
Ireland, at raoucaa rates, by una line oi iteamera, ana
by the WASHINGTON LINK OP BAILING PA0BVIT8,
leaTtng Liverpool every week.
aifht Drafts for XI and npwardapay-
aote in r-ngiana. areieuaa. scot-, ,
' Under Walea.
for
apply at the Office. 88
BHdAU.
IVAli IMO
rkf and 10 WATCH 't'M
Liverpool,
SAEETi k BSASIX, GenetAl ignts,
Or to- J. R. ARMSYRONC.
aolO-lydJcw v Poet fflce.Columtua, Ohio.
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM
tjEITIOVES AND' PREVENTS IN
AV fiammation and pain, and heala the wortt barn.
ecald, brulae, cot Cr froab wonnd of any kind, prevent.
eweiung ana pain rroa nee itmgi, moequito mtee, and
touonona pianu, neuralgia, rheumanam, agae la tne
re ait, nit rheum, eta. When taken Internally, It will
poaitlvely care oroup la children, and give! immediate
renei m tne woraicaaa or tn:a icrnuie compiainit aiao.
remove! noarceneaa and an re throat. Price, 8S oenla.
bottle. Should be in eve ljhouae.- for aale by Drag-
glataandBtorekeepere. IRV1NBI0NB,
Doie rropnewr, n - - uprvceii .new ioia
oottdfcwlyls
I No real Juatlce ean be done the above preparation!
lot by procuring and reading doacrlptlvepamphleuj
be round wnn an aeaian, or win ne lent ny rropneior
en demand, formulae and Trial Bottloe lent to Pbyal
elani, who will find developments la both worthy th.ti
acceptance and approval. - ,
Oorreapondeaceaoliclted from all whoae neeenltlei or
eurloilty prompt! to a trial of the above reliable Rome
dice. r-, --, . .
for eaie by the uaal whoieaaie and retail deaiei
everywhere. ., .r - .. , 4.. , '. ....
iOHN L. UUNNEWELL. Proprieta
:xV."atsT aNb pbarmaoiotibt. ,'
" Ho. CornmerelAl Wburf, Boston, Mass
Roberta tt Samuel, N. B. Marple, J. R. Oook. J. M
enix. G. Denie fc 8ona,Ai J. Bchaeller bon, Aitecti
lor Oolumbua, unio. myi-diy
, Baltimore, .Clothing House.
SI11BQ- eb XSZaTJTIVL
BxxcrvTt Raaa axi wbdlsuls srauri im
READY-MADEtLOTHlNG.
No.' 80S W; Bdtim'ore-Btroet,'
(arrwaaa uaaRTT ajtb Bowars, '
BALTiaiOBE, ITId.
i Utgt ' Aiiortment bl Plies s4 TurnUhbi,
i : , doods CoBiUaUy oa Hind -i.'i
i AetaWJ !. hi f.i -i .!' ii.
LadiesMinen Pooiet-Eandk'fi.
UatraNIEDSTITOHEDLIIIBN UANV
A.X aerenieie, very wide heme.
Bmbroidered Linen Bandk't ell prices. .: -: n J.
Hemmed Btltchadaad plain do, do.
! do do colored border!.
Mourning do black bordere
- do ' do" - newatyleeroaaiUtolied. '
I Pine Apple da , Bewpatterne.
I MbaaW Plain anl Hemmed Btilehed do all prices.
Oompriamg tbe moat aaleet aaaorUnentln tbe city
at loweat price),
Re. & froth High Street'.
BAIN et BON,
BONNGTB, RIBBONS TAJM, ANfi
RUCHRS, new stylo Jastopeaad by
!rr , T - ..AUIeat0.'
aprlis no. SSBoaua High etreet.
.wi'rnSwC.TA li-j. et,"?..'! fv...
.f.j S!:a ;
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
Onrrr ' ",. ''" ""j
RAILROADS.
'I..
tor Cincinnati, Dayton A Indianapoliil
Tbrongi to lodianApilif iritlwBthange of Care,
and bat Ooa Cnangs Ct Can between
Colambrbi d1 Bt. Loala.
On and. A.C ter Monday,' November
r v. ..I.-,.. xo soi, ,
i -i i .. i.r i i i
iour tnSm DoSf. Irom Columbus.
FIRST TRAIN.'
' NIQHT IXPRES8, eta '.Dayton, at 9 a. m., atopplng
at London. Xenia. Dayton. Iliddletown and Hamilton,
arrlTlng at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m.; and at Dayton at
t.OSi.m.t oonneotlngatCtnehinatiforLeniiTllle, Tbv
ornnee, St. Loola. and all potato Soathweet; arrlrlng
at St. Louie at Ut30 p. ta-ieonaecilog at Dayton for
inaiacapoitl, Larayem, lerre taancey vuicagoi ana an
poiota weat; arming at inaianapoiia at ru:tu a.
8ECOND.TRAIN.
AOOOHalODATION atS.-Sta. ex.. itorsuMi at all ita-
tlona between Oolumbua, Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rtvtni at Cincinnati at 10:91 a. m..and at Dayton at
8: a. m.: eonaeotlcg at Cincinnati with Hall Line
Sleamboate for Loatavillo, and at Dayton for ladlanap
olla and the Wait.' -.. .. .
. -THIRD TRAIN.
' XPBXSf at 1-55 jt.fjv wrna; at JefleraoeK Ta
doa, Charleetoo, Xenia,T)Srwia, Morrow, Ro. Lebanvn,
loeter'a, Loveuna ana aurora, arriving at Cincinnati
at 6:41 p. ., at Dayton at S t. m. : eonneetlnc at Ola.
with the Ohio and Miealaaippi train for Loolavlile, Tlo
oennea,, St. Louie, etc, etc., arriving at St. Loula at
iu: a. m.: connecting u uayten lor inaiananoiu, La
fayette, Terra Haate, Chicago and all polnte V eat.
FOURTH TRAIN. , . . .
MAIL at 4 p. m.. itopplne at all atatlona between
Oolumbua and Olnolnnatl; arriving at Cincinnati at 9:95
p. m.
TTT for farther Information and Through Ticket!.
apply to Id. L. DOHKRXx, TloketAgeot. Union Depot,
Oolomboe.
P. W. BTRADIR,
Qeneral Ticket Agent, Olnolniiatl.
1 JNO. W. DOHBRTV,
. t Agent, Oolnmbae,
1. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Columbia, Nor. 10, 1861.
1861.
EAST.
EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UN II ED. , ' ;
conneoting at PiifsBuaan wira thr
Pennsyhania Central Railroad
OniR TBI , '-' : ".'
Shorteat. Qulckeat and Moat Dee Ira
. Die aaeate te ail tvaaiern cttiesa
Tralni Leave Columbni aa followi:
rti aauAiKe. . via rtiowrviujc.
. . Meralng Cxpraas.
rarr uirr.
4:00 A. W. 3:10 P.M. 4:00 A. If: 19 35 P.M.
arrivs at axLurai
9:40P.AI..
arrivb at nTTtacRos
9:45 A. At. . 4:10 P. Af . 10:00 P. at.
10:40 A. M.
4:10 P. at.
ARinrt at DiaatiBOBo
l:C0P.al. 3:I0A M.
3:10 A. M.
8. It A. M.
AJtRIVR AT lALTlXOX! x
i( 8:20 A.M. i 1;40P.M.
' AiRtva at raiLniLraiA.
f :80 P. At. 7:40 A. M. 19:58 P. M.
)A. M.
7:40 A. at.
anr tcrk via autirrovm, a. t.
Jl DO A.M. 9:511 P.M. 11HWA. M. 5:00 P.M.
vii ratuonnnA
1:45 P. ot. 10:15 P. M. 1:45 P.M.
S IS P.M-
' VIA AUtnTOWH.
Paaaengen by thli line teach New York In advance of
any Northern route.
18:35 P. M. train Ii the only one from Oolambos at
thla hoar, and the only tram by which paeaeagari can
reach Baltimore or Waahlngton the following day, and
arrive In Philadelphia or New l'ork before dark.
m'BIeepIng can on all sight traina.
'She Only Kent from Columbus to
Haliiniore, PJaiiadetpbia or
New York. , .
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAR3.
Thla train alao connect! at Bellalro with the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad.
TTPTbn route le 30 MILES SHORTER to Plttaburgh
end more than 100 MILKS SHORTER to New York,
than Northers Unci.
HT Baggage tJhecked' Through to all ixo-
portent pginte Eaet. , . , ,
ITT Aek for Tickets via BclUire or Steu-
benville.
JT Tickets Good over either Route. .
JOHN W. BROWN,
Qeneral Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R.
IRA A. HUTCHINSON,
General Ticket Agent Stcnbenvllle Hhort Line.
Oolumbua, Nov. 98, 1661. .
and
REMOVAL.
mium He RESTIEAUX,
Groceries, -
Produce,
. . i ProviBiona,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Fruits, etc. etc.,
HAS REMOVED TJI9 8T0RI f ROM
N O. 34, N 0 RT H HIGH STREET.
i TO "- '''
No. 106, South High' Street; ''
The old stand recently occupied by .WW. MiDONALD
He U In dally receipt of . -
NEW AND FRESH GOODS
I -''"wDlisBhswIllseli'''---Cheap
for Caala or Conatrf Prednce
T7 Ooodi delivered to City trade free et churne-Tr
' ,', V '. tJOLUBIBIja. OHIOJ",' 'r
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
- Ancl Seed StorQ,
BtaXJR IM . .'
general: hardware;
NAILS, SLABS, CASH, PUTTT, CORD AO B,
bBlii Platels. WoadaTc WtUow Ware,
atheraad Rubbet BslUng, laoe Leather, Hose
inf.
tl-dlf
.
X
Delly.veryear...
Trt-Weekly, errcar..n,........m..M,. go
Weekly, per yea ............ v.. 1 00
[From the N. Y. Journal of Commerce.]
THE NEW CONGRESS.
The First Regular Session of the Thirty-Seventh
Congress.
SENATE.
Preeideat...r...,. HAirmaAi, Bamlis. of Maine,
Vlerk..v. -.Jobm W. Foanar, of Pennaylvanla.
; v. Union. ,R. Repnblloan. . 0. Oppoiition.
Term i Term
' --HwaaaTA.
vacancy (eawdod) ltu Henry at. Rica ,...0..1te3
Vacancy (aeoeded!
i;
.mi Mort,8. Wukloaon.R. .1607
aRCaaiae.
Taoancy faeoeded).'..;
Vacancy (aeeeded)...,
ooaaaoTWDT,
Jamee Dixon R
Kiaeiewrn
tms Taoancy 'acceded 1 1861
. loo vacancy (aeceded) 163
L Hiaeoaai.
.ISB3 rruiten Polk ......0..1W13
Laiayetie s. y otter. U..1BB7 Waldo H. John.on.0..18o7
OALirceuru. . ' f saw WAiiraHiRi.
Hlltoa B Latham ..O..I803 Jobs P. Hale R..1865
Jae. A. McDougal..O.'lW7!Dantol R. Clerk. ..R..1W17
oauwABi. iraw voai
Jamee A. Bayard. . .0. . ieJ Preaton Klnr R. iani
WllUrdSanlabury..O..Wt)4;ira Barrla R..1867
rLoainA.
Vacancy (eeeeded).,
Vacaaoy (aeoeded).,
soaaiA.
Vacancy (acceded).
i - www jaaaar.
1883 John R. Thotopeon.cr..lfH
ltHi7 JohnO- Tan trek.. R,. ISt) J
- I acrxTS OAaouxA.
IMS Vacaacy (aeceded). ....IMS
1867: Vacancy laeeadadj 1647
vacancy (aeceded).
1 INDIANA.
Jeaae D. Bright...
Henry I.Lane...
I OHIO.. . . ,
.0..883BenJamInf. Wade. R.. ISM
.R..1867iJonn Sherman R..1607
i iuimu,, . - oaaaoa. .. .
H. Browln....R..lW5!BanlAn Btark....A..li)a
I,
,ymaa TrumbHl.R..lHi;7 Qeorge W. NeTOlih0..l87
Jobs W. Giimee..1v:il0.vUWlliiK;(7:.R "Wi
Harlan a.. 1607 Idgtr Cowan H.. 1807
KUTDCKT. I iwim nt.ii.it
Leaarua W. Powell 0..18S5 Jamee f. Bimmina.R..IW3
Vacancy.
1867Uenry B. Anthony R..I80S
jVaeaaoy (aeceded). ...;i8S3
.Vacancy (eaoedei) 18C5
KaMAf.
Sam'l 0. Pomarov 1.
Jamee H. Lane....R.
LOOiaiAXA.
TiNiaaatx.
. 1865'An Irew Jobneon. . .U. .19C3
.1607, Vacancy (eeoeaed).i...lU5
I
Vacancy faeoeded i...
Vacancy (aeceded)..
w MA1MB.
Lottlt. alorrill....R.
W.Pitt Vaaaenden.R.
If 03 Vacancy (aeceded) 1863
1865 Vacancy (aauedud).....16C5
MAaaAoaeerrre.
vxaiaoRT
Charlee eumnir...R..)8C3l Jolomon VooU....R..lFe3
Henry Wllaon a. . IfatJSJacob Oollamer. ... B, . 1807
KAiTLAxn. . naoiiriAs
Anthony Aeanedy.0..18(15 WaltmanT. Wllley tf..l8B3
Jamee A. Pearce...O..U67 Jolia 8- Carllle....U..18o5
IMIoaieAW. WTm.a.
Zaoh. Chandler.... a.. 1963 Umei a. Doollttia.R. .1868
Vacancy IB60. Timothy 0. Uore. .R..leo7
HOUSE OF REPRESENTIVES.
Speaker
Oalobsa A. Oaew, of Pennaylvanla.
Clerk...
! aanna STaxxinei, or Ttnateaeec
coiaiuTicuT. -(- m, tors.
Pie.
Jfomee. - PoUHc Dte. Mamee foHttee
I. DwlahtLooaii....Ron
1. Bdward U. Smitb.ODD.
8. Jamee A lngilab.Opp .
1. Alfred R.Burnham.Rep.
4. Geo. O. Woodruff. Opp
CALiroaaiA.
1. T.J. Pbelpi...n.Rep.
8. A. A. Sargent.. ..Rep.
DaLAWaaa.
. moaeaa. uaeu...upp.
3. Beojamln Wood0pp.
4. Jaa. R Kerrigan. .Opp,
5. Wa. Will Rea
8. f red. A. Conkling .Rep.
i. x,iijaa warn upp.
OeergeP. Vliber......0pp
o. laaao B.jueiapiaineupp.
tt. Idward Balxht...Ooo.
i - iLttaoia,
18. 0. H. VanWycki.kep.
I. I. B. Waahbarne. .Rep.
9. laaae N. Arnold.. Rep.
ii. Jonau. Bteeie....uup.
18. Stephen Baker. ...Rep.
a. uwen Lovejoy ....nep.
4. Wax. Kelogg......H.p.
ij. aoranam a. unn..Kep.
14. Braatua Coming.. Opp.
15. Jaa. B. McRean..ReD.
o. w. a. Kicaaraeoa.opp,
fl. Vacancy. - .
7. Jaa. 0-Koblneon..Opp,
8. Philip B. renke...Opp
10. Wa. A. Wneeler.Rep.
17. B.N. Sherman.. - Rep.
IB. Channcey Vlbbard.OpD.
9. iuba A. Logan. ...Opp.
19. Richard FranohoL.R.p
NO. Roeeoe L.OonklingRep.
1. John Lew ...Opp
il. R Holland Daell.Bcp
m. Wm. I. Lanalni..Rep
8. Jae. A. Oravena. .Onn
3,
wa. H.vnnn
..Rep. p. Ambreae W. Clark. Rap
4. Wm. S.Holman,
vpp.pt. unae. u.Beagwlck.Rea
. Ueo. W. Julian.. .Rap.5. Iheo. M. PomeroyRep.
swan h. rniw.HB.u. e. r.unamberlain..
tP
ep,
7. D. W. Voorblee...Opp
8. Alberts. White... Rep.
IX.. Alexanders. Ulvea Rd
W8. R.B.VenValkonb'xReD,
w. Penny I er ooiraji..Rep.
10. Wa. Mitchell.. ..Rep.
11. JohnP O.Bbanki.Rep.
IOWA.
1. Joseph f . Wilion.Rep.
8. Wm. Vandever...Rep.
' xiHTOcxr.
, I. 0.0 Burnett.. geceah.
99. Alfred Ely Rep.
30. Augnatua frank ..Rep.
31. Burl Van Horn. ..Rep
Bpauldini..Rep
33. Reaben
i a. fen ton. Rep
OHIO.
1. Oeo.H pendletonOpp
8. John A. Qurlev..&eD
1. J. 8. Jaekaon....Un'a.
3. O.L.VallandlghaaOpp.
s. enry Srider....Un'n
a. wa, Allen Upp
4. Aaron Harding ..Un'n.
5. O. A. WiekluTa..Cs'n.
5. Jamee M. Aahby..Rep,
0. Cbiltaa A. Whlte.ODa,
e. ueo. vf. Dnnlap.Cn n
7. Root. Mallory ...Un'n
7. Richard Harrinn. Un'n,
8. Sam'l Shellabarger Rep
8. J.J. Crittenden. Un 'a.
y. warren r. noble. .upp
9. W.H.Wadiworth.Ua'n
10. Carey ATrkBble.Rep,
IV. J. W. Mosaics.. .Un'n.
ii. val e B. norton ..Rao.
XaaBAi.
19. Bam net 8. Cox.... Opp.
Martia f . Oonway,...Rts
13. Sam'l T.Worceeter Rep.
jiAixa.
1. Job N. Good win. Rep
8. Ones. W. Walton. Rep,
S. B. C. Iaaaenden..Rep,
4. A neon P. Morrill.Reo,
14. Harrison O. Blake Rep.
15. R. H. Nnnt....Opp.
16. Wa. P. Cutler.. .Rep.
17. Jamee R. Morrli. .Opp.
18. Sidney Bdeerlon.. Rep.
19. Albert O. Riddle. .Ras.
i. John A. Rice Rep,
0. frederlckA-Plke.Rep.
MaRTlAim. ' '
90. John Hutchlna ...Hep.
94 John A. Bisghaa.Rep.
1 1. John W. OrtfAeld Ua'a.
9. Ee fl. W abater. Cn's.l
3. C. L. L. Leery.. Un'o.,
OXIOOM.
A. J. Thayer
Jtep.
4. Henry May......Un'a.
RHXaTLVANlAi
5. W randa TBomae. Un'n.
t. Chae.B. Calvert. Oa'n.
aAMAcaonTTa.
I. Tboa. D. Bllot...tep.
8. Jae. Buffing ton... Rep.
1. B. f . laomae....Un'n.
1. Wm. H. Lehman.. Opp.
8. Chap. J. Blddle..Opp.
1. John P. Verne.. Rep.
4. Wa. D. Kelly.. .Rep.
5. W. Morrla Davie.. Rep.
8. John Hickman.... Rep.
7. Thoe,B. Cooper.. Opp.
8. Henry I. Anoana.Opp.
9. Ihtdeua 8tevane..Rep.
18. Jno. W.KIIllnier.Reo.
.4. Alex H.RIce.n..Rep.
S. Bamael Hooper... Rep.
8. John B. Alley. ...Rep.
7. Daniel W. Seech. Rep,
e. vaaa a. Train
.Rep III. Jae. H. Oaapb.ll.Rep.
9.G. f. Bailey Ren
I. B. B. Wright.. ..Un n.
13. Philip Jobnaon...0pp.
10. Ohae. Delano Rep.
11.. Henry L. Caeea.-Rep.
HlceiaAX.
1. B. f . Granger.. ..Rep.
8. fern'do O.Beamaa Rap.
3. fr'noiiW. Kellogg Rep.
4. B. B. Trowbridge. Rep.
if. uaioana A. Grow.. Rep.
15. Jamee X. Hale....Rep.
18. Joeeph Bailey .v.. Opp.
17. Kdw.MoPheraea..Rap.
18. 8 BlelaB1Alr....Rep.
19. John Corode Ren.
annaaiaTA.
1. Cyrui AUrUhuv.
! 8. Wm. Windoa....
MieaoDRt.
I. f. P. Blair, Jr..
9. Jas. A. Rollins.,
1. Vacancy. .
KO. Jcaeph Laaear. ...Opp.
.Rep.
.hep,
xi. em. a.. aaoranead.Kep.
x8. Robt. MoKnlahU.ReD.
.nep.xt. jonuratton .Kep
.Opp.
W5. XlUah Babbitt.... Rep.
Conteeted. .
aaooa mlaro.
4. Rlijih H. Nortoa.Opp
3. John W. Reld....Opp
Wm. P. Sheffield. Opp.
Geo. H. Brown.. Opp.
8. John S. Pbelpl...Opp. 9
tfvuai vr. eioeii...vpp
arew Jiaaax.
tirsuvia,
1. Joeeph Segar....Un'n,
10. Wa. O. Brown... Un'n
I. John T. tfixoa...Rep.
a., a. oiraiioa.Mep
11. i. B. Blair- Ua'a,
1. Wm. O Bteelo.. ..Opp.
'4. Oeo. T. Cobb. ....Opp.
TXRaTeaT,
1. lieklel p. Waltoa Rep,
8. Justin 8. Morrill. .Rep,
S. Portaa Baxter. ....R.p,
wieooNeiH.
1. John f . Potter.. .Rep.
8. Luther Henchett.. Rep,
e. aenenuaa rerry..Ltpp,
as BAKreaias.
1. Oilman Mariton... Ren
8. Edward H. Rollini Rep.
a. xnoi; a. anawarea Rep
s. a. aooti Bioan
A. Soott Sloan.... Rep
TERRITORIAL DELEGATES.
RBSaAIKA.
Seuoel O. Daily.
mvr atxxrco.
Ijohn I. Wetti.
WAeauwTeS.x
OoaoeiAao.
Colonel Wallace.
H. P. Bennett. - .
DACOTAS.
XaVAPA.
John B. Todd.
John Cradlebeagh.
The ifHowlna named States fa la rebellion, and win
be entirely unrepresented, except three or four dkttrlcta
in tne loyal portionaor Virginia, and one or two die
triete la lean earn a, and perhape In North Carol Ina. Tbe
following figure, ahow toe a umber of repreeenlatlvee
wnico cacn oi tne aeoeoea eiatee a enutled:
Arkansas. ..8 North Carolina... . , . . .
Alabama 7 South Oarolloa
florlda ...l'Twineeeee.......
Georgia.. .....: ........oTaaa......
Leauiana ...... ...... ....4. Virginia ., .
Mlaakulnpl , 5l
- XoUl.
Nots. Thcee members Whoee potllics are liven
TJoMa" In the free States, have been elected te III va
eaaclee wltaeat regard to party. . i -.
The United States Sanitary Commission
—Its Origin and Its Objects.
sad
The wants of the armv awakened tha attan.
tlon and solioituds oi the women of the conn
try from the very earliest moment that
new wsr of loaepeoaenoe) dtoks out. Tbe
month of April, 1861, was dlBtlngnlihed
more by tbs universal springing of the grass,
than by t&e uprising oi the women ot tne land
Mothers, wires sod danehterg fnrang to
suooor of the husbands, brothers end goni
the nltlon, who were mustering for the battle!
field, and were soon to be In Imminent peril
their lives. '-' 4 -
Little circles and Msooia'tloni, with Mtriotlo
Intent, oi every name, were mnltiplyinf .like
rings In tbe watef, over tbs race ef tbs whole
eouutryt they were all tn seed of Information,
direction sod guidance. - -
At meeting of fifty br sixty ladles, very
tmitevF at the New York Infirmary
Women) on April 85th, 1861, tbe providential
Buffsestloa of attempting to organise the whole
benevolence of the women of tbe oonntrv
a general and central association, was ripened
Into a clan, and took ebipe In the "Women's
m
i7nia.1 Aaannl.ll fl II aa
Central Association of Relief," at New York"
Am-it nni. tori . . . .,. ' .V... y''
But, having dlsoorered tbe extreme difficulty
of obtaining aooarate Information, area from
tbs Government itself nerolsxed end emha.
raaud by tbe suddenness and the extent of tke
war upon tie nanac and tbe futility of carry
ing ont tbe plana of tbs Women's Central As
sociation, or those or any other benevolent so
ciety of similar ends, without a mnob larger
a.iuia wa matmuery auu a muci more extensive
system than bad been originally contemplated
me iuc vi a - aauuary uommiasion," wltb
a reiident OrganUttlon at Washington, sadden
ly presented itself to the committee as tbe
only means of a solntion of the difficulties with
whiob the benevolent Intentions of tbe women
of tbe country were threatened, and a letter
addressed to the Secretary ol War Initiated the
plan, which thus in foot grew oat of the Wo
men's Central Association. --..' . ' ,
Oa May 23d the Surgeon General of tbe U.
S. Armies addressed a letter to tbe Beoretary ef
War asking for the appointment of
. "A Commiislon of luqniry and advice in re
spect of tbs SaulUry Interests of tbe United
Btnes Foroes."
The Medical Bareed"of tbe United States
Army having tbua asked for tbe appointment
of a Sanitary Commission in aid of Its own
overtasked energies, the proposed Commission,
as explanatory of lu wishes asked of the Sec
retary of War enly- an official nctgnitfo and
tbe moral countenance ol tbe Government; for
the Coaimlaaioo seeks ns pecuniary rtmuntret ion '
from the Government. Its motives being ba
maoe and patriotic, its labors will be its own
reard,
1 Tt plan of organititloo having been sub
mitted to, and approved by tbs President ef the
o.t toe roiiowwg order wat laeTtei ; . i
a wwaa wo oae nDBtyuiaiiiin III n PllPr. mr. rej aveam v..f
—Its Origin and Its Objects. WAR DEPARTMENT.
WASHINGTON, June 13, 1861
I hereby approve of the plan of orgaulsttloD
proposed by the Sanitary Commission, ae above
&iven; and all persons in tbe employ of tbe
nited States Government are directed sod en
Jolued to respect and further the inquiries and
objects of tbis Commission, to the utmost tit
SIMON CAMERON,
Secretary of War.
te
10
13
.66
ae
not
tbv
of
of
In
formally for
Into
nl
Tbe oh!ects of tbe Commlsilon are io concen
trate and systematize the spontaneous benevo
lence ol tbe people, as manifested toward tbe
army, by furnishing a certain and effioletit me
dium for its exercise: to contribute to tbs
health, comfoit and security of oar brave
troopi and prevent sickness and suffering, by a
faithful administration of the best sanitary
means, to administer the wants and alleviate
tbe sufferings of tbe sick and wounded soldiers
and sailors lo our bospttila, by good bnrsing
and farntiihlug each food, clothing and delica
cies aa are not lurmsned by tbe Government
) Uur whole people are directly and deeply In
terested in promoting the objects of this Com
mission, tot no fast In medical history is bet
ter established than tbis that diseases break
Ing out among soldiers ia camp or garrison, for
the want oi prudent sanitary msaeures, and ex
tending among tbea on any considerable scale,
are soon shared by tbe oommanity at large.
The mere presence io an) country of aa armv
extensively infected, ia a center of poison to ita
bole people, lr pestilence do not break out
(as it commonly doe), ordinary maladies as
sume a malignant ltd unmanageable type, and
the general ratio or mortality is heightened la
a fearful degree.
Consider tbe pro?pecte of 500,000 troops,
chiefly volunteers, gathered not only from tbe
oat-door, bu; still more ltotn the In-door occa
pations of life; Uruieis, cleikd. students, me
chauici, law-trs, doctors, accustomed, for the
most part, to regularity of life, and those oom-
forts of home which, above any recorded expe
rience, bless oar owa prosperous Land and be-
nignaut institutions: consider those men, tued
to the tender providence of mothers, wives, and
Slaters, to varied and well prepared food, sep
arate and commodious homes, moderate toil', to
careful medical supervision in all their ail
ments contider these men, many of them not
yet hardened Into tbe bone of rugged manhood,
suddenly precipitated by naexpected events Into
tne neia ot war, at tne very season of the
greatest exposure, transformed to climates to
wbioh they are unwonted, driven to tbe nso.ol
load and water to which tbev are not accastam-
ed, living in crowded barracks and tents, sleep
ing on tbe bare earth, broken of rest, called on
to bear arms six and eight hours a day, to make
rapid and wearisome marches over rough roads
In tbe most inclement weather, and carrying
heavy knapsacks on their backs and what can
bo looked for, buj men falling by the dozen in
the ranks from sheer exhaustion, hundreds pros
trated wltb relaxing disorders, and, finally,
thousands suddenly swept off by oamp diseases,
tbe result of irregularity ot life, exposure, filth,
com, ana maouiiy to tsae care oi tnemseives
nnder such novel conditions.
' A nobler, manlier, a more intelligent, earn
est, and valuable body of troops was never gath
ered oa tue earth's surface than those compos
ing oar army. But one spirit pervades them
whether in camp or on parade, or in tbe deadly
strife of battle a profound love of oonojtry,
solemn aenae or the necessity ot tbis war,
willingness to die in defense of the sacred In
terests at stake, with a moat assured sense that
God waa behind and victory before tbem ! Since
the earliest and best days of the war of. the re
formation no such spirit has stirred soldiers
the field as that which now animates our troops.
Nor were so many priceless lives ever so freely
offered lor an end so devotedly held to be worth
all it can cost. Tbe perils ol tbe aotual battle
field are nothing to such men the Injury their
open enemies can do them, almost not worth
thinking of; bat will malaria, fever, pesti
lenoe irrational and viewless enemies be as
little dangerous! Not It is before these In
glorluue but deadly foes that our brave boys will
flinch; before their unseen weapons that tbey
will fall. Their generous and self-devoted offi
cers are likely to be the first to suffer. Tbey
share the hardships, tbey more than share the
labot and exposure or their cammanaa. - 1 hey
have the beat purposes. . But they know not yet
how to control the diet.'ths personal habits, tbe
ventilation and police or their quarters and
camps. They are studying War taetiei, intent
on making told'urt thev rashly assume that
Intelligent men know bow to take care of them
selvesand they are already finding camp dig
eases seising their regiments with a most threat
ening grasp.
, .Never before, lo the hletorv of human benev
oleoce,did a gracious Pror-denee vouchsafe
opportunity for doing good on such a scale,
so great a number, In so short a time, and
with oompaaatlvely so little money. Of the
Immense array of five hundred thousand man
now In armn In our defense the experienced
military ana medical members ol me sanitary
Commission .declare that one-fifth. If not one
fourth, may be saved by proper oare, who must
otherwise perish. Reduolng the results of la
dividual action to a rorm ami more precise,
tbey estimate that every dollar, honestly and
jadieloualy expended in sanitary measures, will
save at least oos soldier's life.
Cannot a city like ours find a few thousand
dollars, to save a like number of the eons,
brothers, the friends, the fellow-oountrjuieu
now rone Into battle? ....
.. Fellow-eitixens: Ws cinnot afford that any
ona of our brave defenders shall needlessly ntr-
Ish. AU our interests, commercial, meal,
and moral, are crying aloud for a speedy
termination (if this great national opnUie!.
such struggle, It Is madness to waste a sligle
hour. stilL more a single Life. Moat of
should wa avoid the ruinous delay of slowly
nlaolnf In the western camp the te a ol thou
aands which our neglect may thoughtlessly leave
to die, almost within our sigut ,
Men and women of Ohio! we beg tou
awaks to tnatant action. Death Is already
the breeie. Disease, luildlout sod inevitable,
is now stealing tbrooiih the caoip. on froaea
plain, In miduight damp, menaoing our dearest
You eurelv will not Permit them thus Inglorl-
oualv to Derlsb. . Io lbs same ot bumwiitv
patriotism In tbe nume alike ot justioe
manly generosity, bidding us save them
stake their Urea In saving ui-ln the name
the honored Sncestors, who fought for tbs
i ,.ieiu t. ' .vi . a-'
t "-tejlT v. a-wf-i
g"mMT'''l"yfTrJrTir
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aViw" ,S-, lh, n,MM of tb B,."d B'B.
earth fof tbe sick and anfferlag,
r Akiaa L-t - ....
VJT .b,lpLD bBd, itb Mr
iS!. T do wiU be doubly
welcome, If done al eacc- v .!;-... . .
Having thus aet forth .entirely by extracts
.IVti, f?wn J"1'"0 nenu. tbs origin and
t f e 0tb 8tnlUrJ' Commlsalon and the
2a !' 0,a 8r,"0 nd wntinnaBee, the .
"Associate Members" resident la. Columbus ,
recommend It to tbe public for kemrtu ct-off
ration and lupport, .
:uT.hJ a,"i P! la saying, that ;
tbe ladles of Columbus, ever respond ve ta tbe
ealla of benevolence, and active la every good 4
work, have sometime since formed' themeelrea
into a Relief Association" auxiliary to the '
8an(tary Commission. " -
' Very energetic and Industrious, tbey have al. .
ready accomplished much, and not easily weari
ed in "well doing," tbey will do mnob more If
the means are furnished tbem. But for want of ''
means they are ooable to supply tbe demands
and pressing aeoessitlaa of the hnanltala that
almost dally appeal to tbem.
wm not tbe oitlaens of Columbns respond
promptly and liberally In aid of tbe ladies of '
their own city. Mwaead In thla haaiaanlcaa
work? , : ,
We feel confident that thev will do an' fn'
conclusion, we offer our advice and assistance
to any desirous of forming similar associations i
auxiliary to tbe National Saritarv Commis-
SlOR.
Secretary of War. J. SULLIVANT,
On behalf of the Members in Columbus, O
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