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OHIO, SATURDAY
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MANYPENNY it MILLER,' ,
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U OffiM Bos. 88, II sad 40, lorta High It
f BUMS tNTAKIABLt IK ADYA0. .
ally .C1i.Ji. . -8 00 Mrvr
By tbs Carrier, per etk. llVi mti
m-wesa-iy . . oo
50 per ti
DO . f
'Mr,
Hnnnlrni..,l90 00
On mun 3 week.. $4 00
On . B Uuclh 18 0
dot " 6 montlu 13 00
nt " 3 BoDtbt 10 00
ia 9 montiii B W
0u " lmoBtk,,ftiM
Om
On
On
On
sweet.. I ou
lMk... 1 73
taaji... I 00
ijg... 73
On.
'Ht llBMrtlM M
tUpUyti KlTerUionti hlf mora Uu tbi atom
PpUaj4.ttoWr" UtU ordinary rat
m.u bouom raqnirM to b pnblWwd by Uw, Ufnl nUc
M ordertd on Ui I Mid eioltulMljr f lor th Aral Mk
pr ont, nor lha th kboro rate; kat til raoh wtj
BalnM0MJ4. ttinr srcitM
ltd, i 50 nr line; ouuide 13.
eltnoi, ptyr, id.
AllWantlm advirtdummf trwrt ) paid for to
amMi v II rlo will BitbtTuied from' .
Mtfa fieeklytlon. WbM Dll udWaeklf
in kotk sod, then th charn tor tha Wkl Will t
hlf Ui mtr of Uia Dmlly . f7-"'
no nmnmoai ukaa Kic nr aefloUt period.
BUSINESS CARDS. '
antiToniDi nit.
rmuci cBrrrraDBf.
FnT & CHITTENDEN,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
88 c "W"! ' Dtroot,
(Office of City Jodf,)
NEW YORK.
Bim to
Hon. Jsmet llonorlef. KT. T. Bnperlor Oosrt. .'
Hon, H. B. Pjne, OleTetand, O. . ,. . , .-. . j
Bob. H. U. Banter, Uncaiter, O. '" "
norS-ooi
ttomey and Counsellor nt Law,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
Ojfioh o. 37 man btrikt, odeon build
ing, eppoiit th Stat Hon. .
OoltoeUoa and other matter promptly attended to.
Herernot (ira when reaoind.
norlMj
Henry EtoDlxlor,
(IU of Phalon'i EiUbllihment, N. T . ,)
PROPRIETOR OF TIU3 NEW TORK
BouOx Hiah St aver Bain's Store.
toaSckT.U,r4CU0B W"1 gl ,n 11 W"
tlf' Ch'Il,en' Hlr Prettlng done In the beit
Hpl3lV1T ! ,' i.M ,
CALT HOUSE,
No. 178 Ucrth High Street,' ,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
ptagjfaoe " decWe,y00''TO'lW
oftoetMlM Wk' J "P ' U 0n, " ft nf?ht for ",
Tarma modeiata, to lull liie tirnea
ocl3 .
NATIONAL HOTEL,
neab nmos DBV0T.
COLTJMBUS, OHIO. -
TCBU8.
ocU2Mav
ONE DOLLAR FEB DAT.
F. A. B. SIHZISS,
.ttorxxosr at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oflca Ambo Building, oppoflte Oapltol gqnara.
- 00LDMBUI, 0H10J
jsl, oanoiiisria.
Attorney & Counsellor at LaV,
MARION, OHIO. .
M. C
soon
LILLEY
ZSZItaHDinZl
And Blank-Book Manufanturer.
V0BT3 HIGH BTSKXT, COLUMIUI, OHIO
uirll-dl, . .. , .. '
E AtGL'E BRASS WORKS,
CoriierSprlna; ft Water Sta., .1
Oolxiiaa.toTJLer otLlo.
POTTS & ; OO
MAOIIirjIOTD,
. . ....... f .
and Uannfacturers of Bras and Compodtlon Outing
finished Bran Work of all Descriptions.
Electro Platinaiid ; Gilding !
STENCIL CUTTINC, C.
(ealWI-dly- .'" . - .,
CoIflmto,,hoIesaleLiqiior Store
Nacelle ross & co.,
comission.:mercm
r,T TJtPORTEuS AND DEALERS IE V N
orelyn and Domestic Winei, Brandiei,
OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA & BOURBON
rat ! p'v"' r-. " "
i WHISKY.
if. A-'. -A '.
WABSH0U8E AND 0MICE. $24 SOUTH HIGH IT.
-v POITTIVIBIIS, OHIO' : -
Vr.l."i.; n ESTIE AUX.
iCgrrCpBSSOa 10 XoKEB St RE STIBAtnrj '
No.., jpcutlu High .Strectv',
i, -i
DEALER IN
vC R O C E R I E S, P R O D U C E
" .PnOVISIONS :
Foreign ' and Po'rbestic Truits ".
p Lb u k", 'a a l r, "i i q u 6 r se to.'
stchace & cor.ir.Ttssion
I
kAi.
wfc;-(i 1
TiWUKOE8TEE
TODICTIOxNARY.
Iht:litet Tho largeitTh Beit,
... r ?.ia i;neam Eeouue tie Bert, j j
.vi...- -bai C i - .
moat Hell.! lailrl Ah
' tbarltr the Efllltt,auira.
IIOO iJWrwr jhrintntJtoualtrff Ohio,
"XBM BI8T 1N0LI8H W0TIONAET EXTANT."
trary Mm Jhyvr
'Hbi araapnrdtor Baadrad ThoWnl ord.
whm mnlUfartoa Bwaninca and 4rtfatlona toaatbar
with Uitf cerraol aplUnf fand pionanaiatloB r dearly
MtMoratb. ,, , . vv;i,v !T
X4aa tU PtcUhmt of Mo Mmhwt of t Ohio SUM
" fh anderalrDad, axmbar af th Ohio Btat Teacher
ABMdaUwi, adopt and aim to naa la teaehtnr. wrtMat
n tpaaklnir, the orthography a protinolUo ol
noroaawr't itoyal Qaarto UloUoaary, and m ant
dtally neomawnd It a tha moat reliable ataadard aa
thorlty of tha EnglUh Uagaaga, aa It la bow written and
pakan.
?Lra imm, Praddml KaayanOaUegav
If, iouaia, BaparloUadani Eanrtll4coob).
ao. W. HatTBT, lap't Mead loo Union School.
M. f. Oowdbbt, lop't Pnblt School, Bandorty.
JobbCtbob, Bap't Paklle Bohoola, OlrcleTlll.
W. SaHroKB, Ptlncipai Okrelasd lemal leaina
y.T" ', i : r . 1 : r . . , .... .
jWa.'MirrBat.l, Bnp't f nblto BcVoel Mt. tlnlon.'
Job Onmrn, ruelpal State Norawl School, Mlane-
0'JaBOS?tfiiwJial Vedrih Intermediate School,
. H. I. AtaariB, Bop't Can ton Union School. '
BBriBKaaaL,PrlDelpat(lcNaaly Normal School, i
14 T. Taptab, Prof. Uathematlca, Onto Oulvertlhr.
Wm. W.EnwaBB, Bnp't Troy Cnlon School.
A. . Bomin, Principal Wert High School, Clere
land. 8. A. Roktob, Axoclate Prbdpal nigh Bchool, Cleye
land. ,
j Thbodori STMLDie, Principal High School, Olera
mod. - 1 ' - - 1
. B. F. Hon urroB, Principal Oloreland Initltnte.
J. A. Gaewld, Preiklent of Klcetic Initltnte, Hi
rain. W. L. najtan, Prof, of Cherelitry, Ohio Weileyan
TJnlrenlty. .
H. H. Babhet, Ex-Oemmlarloner of Common School,
Ohio. .......
Jinn Momtoi, Prof. Rhetorio, Obtrlln Oollege.
Tno. Hill, Pmldent Antloch College.
0. W. H. Catbcakt, Prof. lialhemaUct, High
School, Dayton. -
S. 0. CaoBDAtoH, Prof. LangnaK,- High fThool,
DaytoBi . .
B. M. Babmk, Bnp't Union School, A inland.
Mora Man Sim Bundrti oOurr Prtrtdmtt of OoUe
9 Proftumrt, Author t and ZHtUxfuithtd Sduecr
tort, hatt mdort'4. tht abov itntimtn',.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MiBirrTA Coiiaot "It la truly a mignllleent work,
an honor to tha author, the publisher t, and the whole
tonntry." Prealdent Andrew.
Ohio Wblitaji UitiTniTT."It uoeed my eipecta
Uon. It will be my auida In orthovrnohv and nronun-
elation, and will often b eonanlted by me for it seat
and accurate definition ."President Thomptoa.
w. B. Icitcno Ooixio. "Heretofore we haTenaed
webater'a orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faculty, It waa decided to change It to conform to that
of Woroeater'a Bora! Onarto Dictlonanr." PrMldsnt
Q Arnold.
.. Wamnw Rataitvi Oollmi "I And H worthy of
eordlal approbaUon." Prealdent Ultehcock. ,
Ourub Cojieoa. "It mora than meet my expecta
tion,. I recommend It aa tha ataadard authority In
orthoepy to ny children and my pupil." Prealdent
Morgan.
Aim oca Ootxasa. UI adopt and aln to nao In teach
ing, writing and (peaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Worceater'i Moral Quarto Dictionary."
Pretident Bill. I ,
"In all my writing, (peaking, and teaching, I hare cn
dearorod to conform to tha rule for orthography and
pronunciation a contained In Worteiter' Dictionary."
Horace Uaan, late Prealdent.
Kbbtor Coliiob, QiMBira.-"lmort cordially
mond It aa th moat reliable (tandard authority of the
EnglUh language a it la now written and ipoken."
Prealdent Andrew.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Iron Boo. Anton SnvftK, OommUtiontr of Common
ixftool in Ohio.
"Th Dictionary I an Imperishable monument to the
learning and industry of It author, and an honor to th
world of letter. The mechanical execution 1 far upe-
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ao
Iquainted." 4 -
irom uon. u. u. uarnoy, JBo-uommtmonor or
School in Ohio.
'The moft reliable atandard authority of the lan
guage.'' ,
WHAT TBI
Xjeactlnx Newernpera of Ohio Say.
Irom th Vlndand Beratd q March SM.
Th orthorranhy of th Worcester Dictlonanr I that
HKU OJ Boll, U UUt Mil. .UL11UII J I U1V.1UV1IUB 1U Ull
country and England, and conforms to the general mage
of ordinary writer and apeaaera.
Whatorer prejudice may hare exltted preyiontly, a
careful itudy of this rolume will InTarlably be followed
by a warm appreciation or its great merit, ana a aeeire
to add It to the well oleted library, be It large or (mall,
It la a library In Itself, and will remain an imperisha
ble record of th learning of Its compiler.
from thi OnoinnaU Otmmtrtial 0 Apri SO.
Bert are upwards of a hundred thousand word good,
bad and Indifferent whose mnlUfariona meaning and
deriratlona, together with their correct ipelllng and pro
nunciation, ate et clearly before the eye. Tho work U
unquestionably the greaUat Thesaurus of English Words
Ter published. . t
Iron O CloodomA flaindoalor ofStpt. 30, 1B60.
Erldently Woacarm' Royal Qoakto Dictiorait U
not onhi the hut. but th Bwrvwort of tht kind tr it-
iMd,andean by no ponlbillty suffor by comparison or
oontroTeniy.
From tht 7Wi Eladt cj May 28.
A to ntoaoBciATioB. Woacxma i tub Stakoabd
followed by anr best author; In definitions he tear
nothing to be desired, and In orntoaaArar it 11 lumcient
to say that WoacxaTxa can be aafely followed.
.! INOHAITI ft BRAGO, . ,
Pnbllebera, Bookaellera ft Stationer,
NO- 191 BUPERI0R ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
ni8
- THE IMUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
0?
2Moxvarl3C, INT. T.
INTldena Jamnarr l,18St,401arCeni.
ASSETS..
),
13,81258 SO.
1881.
.3,40S,581 30
Statement Janaarr i,
Balanc, paritatement Jan. 1st, I860...
Received for premium uur-
tot th sear 1jO. B7B3.033 S3
RacelTed for Interest during
th year 1BG0 814,014 19
Total taoelpt -for I880....9T?,067 74 ' '
rald01almabyDeath,S07,030 00
Paid Policies surren
dered 41,111 29
Paid BaUriea, Port
age, Taxee, Bjp '
chang, eto 31,020 54
Paid Commissions to
Agent 51,323 30 - . ,
PaidPhyslclan' fee. 5,98 75 , . (
Paid Annultie. 1,417 00
Paid Dividend dur
ing th year 166,500 73 505,M1 t!3 411,973 14
Net Balano January 1st, 1861. 3,812,55b 50
A8BITB.
Cash on hand 16,6284 19
Bond and Mortgage on Real . ..
Eiteto, worth double the "
amount loaned 8,32741 63
Premium Notes, on Policies
la force, only drawing per
nt. interest.. 1,879,864 17
Real B.tal 0,e3 97
Loan on Scrip 5,93144
Premiums, Note and Cash, la
court of transmission .... 43,343 73
Total Aswto
' .eoe 4 4 1
I3.81W56 SO
T5T5 1 oUdes In foroa, Insuring-... .183,488,633
,. 1,433 nw Polldei bare been toned during th year
After a careful calculation of th present vain of th
outstanding Policies of Company, and having th
mommy amount In neerv Uiarefor, th Director
have declared a Vividcmb of a per cent, on in rreml
aaM aald at th table rates, to all pollcte for life In rorc.
lamed prior to daanary 1, UX1U, pajabla according to th
present ml of th Company.
Rate for all klads ot Lit Contingencies, Propct
ee, Statements, and Application, will be furnUhed
witboot cBARaa, at th Oflioe or Agendo of th Com
pany, r , ' .
, : "B0BT. t.PATTHRSOtJ.Pi-aldetit.
' ' L.O.flROV BE, Tic Prealdent '
BENJ. 0. MILLRR, Secretary.
4 i, ! . ., H. K, HUSOI, Agent,
' , v, .. N. i Johnson Block,
March 28, 1801. ... . Columbue,.0.
PKJL?..A N riGCBED BLACK
DB.SPS BtLKS. of Mrenrarada. Th mast aaleoi
WMettaMBt is Uw lty, and at most reaaonabl ratea.
- I HA1M A. SUVn
K.rtt it ?vr .WAUHlh,tg
KOYALQUAE
1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
GREAT AND
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
Oonnectlng at Creatllna with th PITTSBURGH, IT.
WAYNE at 0BI0AQO RAILROAD
For Pittsburgh, TkOaiUltM mi MoMmort. Alto
for fart Way and CMcogo.
Oonnectlng at Clenland with (ha LAKE SHORE RAIL
ROAD ..... r .y
rat Dunkirk, nnffale, Albany, Uaa
tan, tad Naw Yark.
( TWO TRAINS DAILY,
i '' EXCEPt BUNDAT,
from Oolumbaa, la onnectioa with Xraina on th
i,itti,ib niani .aii' rot njtxnpa
IIRST TRAIN.
NIGHT EXPRESS Leave Oolumboi at 3:50 A. M.;
will leave puaenger at all aution, (too at Delaware
Cardington, Oilcad, Gallon, and at all nation North ol
Oalloo, and at all other nation upon lgnal, arrlvlug at
Cleveland at 9:20 A. M., Dunkirk 4.TO P. M., Buffalo
S. n' Alhkn3r 615 A M- Ne,r Xo,k 12 M-,Boton
ailjU Pt M.
. SECOND TRAIN.
NEW TORE EXPRES3-Leave(Columbuat3;15P.
M.i will lavpaaarngera at all atatlon. eraenwich,
Kochnler, Columbia and Olmitad bing Flag atatlon,
thl train will not Hop for puaenger except apon tig
nal. Arrive at Oleveland 8:30 P. M., Dunkirk 3 A.M.,
Buffalo 4:35 A. M , Albany 4:15 S. Jd., New York 9:50
P.M., Boston 12:20 A. M.
CONNECTIONS.
At Cre.tlln with PIttsbnrgh.lt. Warn and Chicago
Railroad for PitUbnrgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Also for Chicago.
At Bhelby, with Ssndutky, Hanifleld and Newark Rail
road, for all point on that road. Alio for Toledo.
At Grafton, with Cleveland and Toledo Railroad for
Toledo and Chicago.
At. ,0'ereland, with Lake Shore Railroad for Erie.
Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boiton.
Patent Sleeping: Can are run on all
Night Trains to Chicago, New
York and Boiton.
Baqgag ChtcJced 7 hrovgh to Kino Tori and Botton
via CJeMlandj alto, to Philadelphia and
Jcto lorivia OrceUint.
RETURNING.
Night Express arrive at Colombo at... 1:30 A. U.
Cincinnati Express arrive at Oolumbui at 1:30 P. M.
rare aa Low aa by- any other Koutu.
Atk for TicktUtia Crett line or Cleveland.
B. S. FLINT,
superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERBON, Agent,
Columbus, Ohio.
Oolumbu;, Kor lu, 1961.
0ASA0IAS ft UUTTED STATES HAIL
STEAMERS
TO AND FHOm
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
JTE3-W, YOH.BL.
Th at on treat Ooean Steamahlp Company' flrsi-clas
fall-powered Olyde-bnllt Bteamera sail ewery SaU
urdar from PORTLAND, carrying the Oanadlan and
United States kail and naaaengara,
NOBWEOIAH, NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANOLO-BAXON,
NORTH BRITON', HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVA800TXAM.
Sltorteat, Gheapeat andQnlckcat Con
vefauee froua
AMTRICA 10 AUi FASTS OF IffSOFK.
Ratea ot Zsasaee to Zurope,
30. $60. sao.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wedneadav.
and from QUI HK0 every Saturday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to reoelv on board and land Hall and
Peoengere, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
UTine Bteamers are built of Iron, in watar-rlirht
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
very attention is paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion or paamger. A they proceed direct to LONDON
DERY.t haTest risk and delay of calling at St. John'
Is avoided.
Glasgow passenger are furnlahed with run panaira
ticket to and from Londonderry.
Retnrn ticked granted at reduced rate.
Certificate iuncd for carrying to and briniinront paa-
longer from all th principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by thl line of teamere, and
bytb WASHINGTON LINE 01 BAILING FA0K.ET8,
leaving Liverpool every weak.
Sight Draft for i and upward a pay-
aaviw an r.ngiaiia ireiaaQ) scot
land or walea.
lor paaaaga, apply at tha Office, 83 HKOADa
WAT, New York, and 19 WATER ST..
Liverpool,
SABSli BSASXI, 0(nral njrtntl,
Or to- r j. R. ARMSTRONG,
aolO-lydaw Post Ofioo, Columbus, Ohio.
GUERNSEY'S BALMI
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REJTIOVEs AND PREVENTS I N
CammaUon and pain, and heals th worat burn.
cald, brniae, out or fresh wound of any kind, prevent
(welling and pain from be (tlnga, mosquito bitea, and
poiaonoua plant, neuralgia, rheumatism, agu in th
braaet, (alt rnenm, eto. When taken internally, it will
positively ear eroup la children, and gives Immediate
relief In th worat caa of this terrible complaint) also,
remove hoaraenea and son throat. Price. 9S eeata
bntti. Rhnnld be In v ishouN. lor tale by Drue
gilts and Storekeepers. . iSTiawona,
bow rropneior, n npraosit nw York
Mtdddtwlyil
No real Juitlc can be done th abov preparation
but by procuring and reading descriptivapamphlataJ
be found with all dealers, or will be ent by Proprietor
on demand. lormula and Trial Bottle tent to Physi
clan, who Will And dV(lopmnla In both worthy tolr
aeoeptano and approval.
Oorrepondno lolieited from all whose necessities or
curioilty prompts to a trial of th abov reliable Rem
die.
lor sal by th uuat wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JTOIIN L, nTJNNEWELL, Proprieto
; OHMHBT AND PHAJUtAOXOTlBT,
So. 0 Commercial Wharf, Botton, Kaaa.
Denis. G. Denis: At Bona, A. J. Schuellor Bon. Arento
lor Ooiumtu. Ohio. myl-dly
Baltimore Clothing Hoase,
MAjrarAOTcasu aim waoursALa bbalim ib
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
No." 80S W, BaJtlmore-street,-
CeaTwtai uantTT abb bowabs,) '
" BALTIMORE, JTId
A larya Aseortment ol Fieea and Turclshlnp
Goods Constantly oa Hand .
OerWdly
t laaiei' liaen Pockot-Eandk'ls.
TTEirjnBDaTITCnCDLfNBN HAND
J.J. korehlef, very wide hems.
"ntbroidered Linea Handk'g all prl
Heaaaaed Btitenadand plain do, do
"ntbroldered tinea Handk'g all price.
ao do . colored border
Mowrolng do
titnok border
a ao
nw ty I croN itltched.
rnearipieae uwuimtu
- MiwrPlata and Hemmed Stitched do all price.
Ooaaprlilng th mot select aasortaunl In the city and
Hwwnipncaa. . BAIN it BUD,
. frUW , ,. . He. M louth High Street.
"R J"i !"0f" ai ANfl
aprlB
: f He. ttleatb Big stmt.l
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indlaaapolii!
t . " ' I
trough (0 IudlaJUlDolil without CbAliew of Can.
T7
nd but OneChafiM of Cam between
Columboj and St. Loutg.
Ori and After Monday, November
xx, lSOl. -
. iiuu,, AivAu vuiuuiuun,ion.
..'--.. :-'-t. . 1
-
t J
. ? FIRST TKALN. y-
NIGHT EXPRESS, via Dayton, at 8 . or , (topping
at London, Xiola, Dayton, Ulddlatown and Hamilton,
arriving at Otneinaau at 7:40 a. an.; aadat t'aytoo at
...wa. wHmuDf mi uiocuinau lor lOtttavtll. VLn
eenn, St. Louis, and all point Southwest; arriving
. 7, . r- wuTOiwi aioaj lor
inniuspoiiv, Ajamyeiw, 'Aerr aanta, Obtca
aa an
SECOND, TRAIN. V f
AC00MH0D ATION at SAW a. at., (topping at all ata
tlon between Oolumbui, Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Olnclnnatl at 10:23 a. m., and at Dayton at
8:32 a. m ; connecting at Olnclnnatl with Mall Line
Bteamboat for Louisville, and at Dayton for Indlanap
oil and the Weat.
THIRD TRAIN.
EXPRESS at 1:55 p. m., stopping at Jefferson; Lon
don, Charleston, Xenuv, Oorwln, Morrow, Bo. Lebanon.
at 45 p. m.,at Dayton at 5 p.m.: connecting at Cin-
with the Ohio and Mlnlailppi Train for Louiavili, vin-
canne,, St. Louis, ate, to.. arriving at Bt. T.nni. .
canne,, t. Louis, ate, to., arriving at Bt. Loula at
----- n - .w. .uuiauBwiii, ja-
fayette, Terr Haute, Chicago and all point Wet.
ieij a. 111 : cgnnwiiinff iiavtAn ... i . ,,
FOURTH TRAIN.
MAIL at 4 p. m , itopping at all nation botwecn
Columbna and Cincinnati: arrivlnx at Olnclnnatl at 9:25
p. m.
ITp For further Information and Throuvh Tickets.
apply to M. L. DOHERIY, Ticket Agent. Onion Depot.
Colombo.
P. W. STRADER,
General Ticket Agent, Olnclnnatl.
JN0. W. DOHBRTY,
Agent, Columbus, .
E. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Oolumbui, Not. 1661.
1861.
EAST.
EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UNITED.
00NNECTINO AT PITOSBnBGH WITH THE
PeuasTlvania
Central Railroad
. OPFta THE
Shorteet, tguickeat and Ittoit Deira
bio Rome to all eastern CI ilea.
Trains Leave Columbus ca follows .
via ailLAIta, via aiasriMTiLLx.
laornlng JEzpreas.
VAST L1KZ.
tOO A.M. 3:10 P.M. 4:00 A. M: 13 35 P. M.
ABRtTB AT ltLLAIXI
8:40 P. M.
Anaivi at m-rmcitoH
3:45 A.M. 4:10 P. M. 10:00 P. ii.
10 40 A. M.
4.10 P. M,
ARBIVa AT BARRI9BCKO
MiUP.M. 3:10A.M.
ARRtrx at Baltimorb
8:30 A. M.
3 10 A. M,
8:UA. M.
1,40 P.M.
8:20 A. U.
7:40 A.M.
arritb at rBtiAnaLPBiA.
5:30 P. M. 7:40 A. M. 13:50 P. M.
itxw yona; tu AUtirrowit, h. t,
3i:0aA.M. .:50P.M. 11:09 A.M. 5 00P.M.
via rm LAnnraiA
1.45P.M. 10:15P.M. 1:45P.M. 6 13P.M'
Tt AtxnrrowH.
Pasieniera tv thl line mch iw Vnrk in .r
any Morthsrn rout.
135 P.M. train Is th only one from Columbus at
this hour, sod th only train by which pissesgers can
reach Baltimore or Washington tha -following day, and
arrive in Philadelphia or New fork before dark .
iLTflleeplng cart on all night trains.
The Only Ronte from Cdumbm to
Baltimore, Philadelphia or
New Tori
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
Thii in In ftlio connect! it Belial ihm n.ntiHAM
and Ohio R&llroftd
mpThI mhU la 11 UTT FQ OnAniRVS a. Tiaa.i. w
JJ ivmwm im rv wtaiAiu L7 U U It 1 gk A HI XlalBUUIUU
and more than 100 MILES SHORTER to New Tork,
wan Huriucra tmca.
H7 Basiratre IJhecked Thrnnirh In all im.
portent point Eat.
H7 Ask for Ticket! via Bellaire or Steu-
beoTllle.
(17 Tiaketo Good over either Route.
J0HH W. BROWN,
General Ticket Agent Central Ohio B. R.
IRA A. HUTCHINSON,
OwiMat VUkAt JLnAa.Btanhaatlto ubart Line.
Oolumbui, Not. W, 1881. -
REMOVAL.
mum h: mmm,
DEALER' m
Groceries,
Produce,
Proyisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Fruits, etc. etc., .
HAS REMOVED BIB STORE IROM
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
TO
No. 106, South High Street,
The old itand recently occupied by.WM. McDONALD
He If In dally receipt of
AND FRESH GOODS
NEW
Which h will tell "
Cheap lor Caeh or Cenrttrv Prodncc
TT? Good, deliver to Oitv trad, free of ebv.'JTI
!,
W1UJLAXXOL iJSLm GV111
COLUMBUS, moi -.'ja,
AGRICULTUML WAREHOUSB
And Seed Store,
' BCALEB , ... '..V
GENERAL HARDWARE
KAILS, OLAB8, BASH, rtJTTY, OORDAGE,"
Oaas, Pletole. Wood ft Willow Ware.
sthr and Eabbw Belting, lac Leather, Hoe aad
alng. ... . i. : ebl-oiy
Dally, par year..
. Tit- WMkly, per fear. ...1
.....VIS 00
....k.,.. 1 0
vraaajy, paryaai.
Report the Secretary of War.
are uamomia, 4.6HBj Connecticut.
12.400: Dalaarar. 2 OflO, Illinni. an nnn. r.j.
report Seoretarj Cameron opens with
wuunr iHuemwit w me entire ettimatet
tfeoetb of the army, both volnntnnra and ...
uu..f vawuiom w iue entire estimated
u,r" J'y!..'otaU of ?olnnteers are three
montha. 77.H7.V fn ih ... am r.it.
v wc, viv(imij .aisrar
gate, 718,51?; eatimated tteneth of the rea
laa aim (hIhJI. a I .
t Act of ContfpPda Af Tnl OQ icri twi oo
a wvati TuiuiiLeiiri raa ina ear n n ..Hi
60.971. ' "-"-
- - . a.a.uwts, wViUUUi AUUI
ana, 67,833, Iowa, 19,800; Kentucky, 15 000:
Maioe, l4Jw Maryland, 7,000; MaSicbu-
!e,l?n' .2,6'760f M'chlKan, S8.550, Mlnncaota,
4.160: Aliaannrl. 22 1.111. ri. o
Nw Jttteji 8,342; New York, 100,200; Ohio,
rXT' lJlr ,ou; Khode Island,
b.BUai Vormnnt. R (iflll. i. in nnn. n,-
conaio 14,153; Kantaa, 5,000; Colorado.'l OOOt
f. 1 .000, pi.trict of Colu'rabla, 000. Total
The aereral armi ol the service aro eitlmat
ed 1
B5 .911UWB:
Volnnteera.Regular. Aggregate.
initntry 547, m
"T"7 54 654 4,744
Artillery so,3o 4 408
Engineer .. '"m
allUCa aaDQ anlrnlnfinfara. . M Hai
40,637 S0.3JC GC0.971
. 1 u8 PPrpriaiion8 aoked f or the service of
Dcxt 401 jear are computed for a force of
500 000 man a .... "
la
, . nKori iiem 01 exDenae
the large mounted torr.it i,n,ni,.A .in.
the
called scejlon of ConcrriM. Tb
saja: .
'While an increase of cavalry was undoubt
I'T necessary, it ha. r..ka,i . ...
- - - wwwuwu m uuuicuia,
strength more than adequate to tbe whole of the
aervice. As it can onlv ha - miit.t.!n .
great cost, measures will be taken for ita reduo-
HUU,
The tffici(nt .M nl IK. 1 li r
- - - - jrai uureruore 0:
tho different Stat03 in organizing our great
vuo,.uuy ncanawieagea, aa well a
.he promptness of the loyal people In respond
ing to tbe call for hnlf a million r
lor the war. Weauote:
'So tltorouffhl
. ;o --rf naa kuv unviuuni
eart. that I hawa nn An.ht .:. r u
have been swollen to a million, had mt th
Denartment felt cnmnaiin ,n 1. .l.
absence of anthnri ! tmm ,ka ...1
ot the people to increase the limited number.
a. win ue joroongreia to decide whether the
army shall be further augmented, with a view
u a iuure Bpeeav termtnut nn nt tha
Whether it Shall ho r,nnrnA in tU . I- 1
- - -vuvn ,w ,uc DvicuKiu al
ready fixed by law. In tbe latter case, with
the flh IP.? t nf FaHnntni , V. n
-nn - -y ,ui Tuiuuicer lures 10
500,000, I propose, with the consent of Congress,
vuu.uhumo (ucn o, ine regiments as may
from time to tim fall Kin .1.. . 1..: '
- ..... i.u.wn .UC (CgUIRUUU
Btandard. The adoption oi this measure will
MrTetlh6 nnmber of officers, and proportion-
-miuiou iub expensea or tne armv.
'It ia aaid of Namfl.nn k. t ,u. ....
campaign of 1815, that great general on tbe
1st or April bad a regular army of 200,000
men. On the 1st nf T,,n. k k. a i. a .-:
force to 414.000. The oronortion. add. Jnmini.
'had he thoncht i . .
eVBtem Of dAfAnsa. am,,M 1,... -, : 1 1. . ?ni
0W) by the lat of Saptomber. At tbe com-
meucemeni 01 mis rebellion, inaugurated by
the attack nnen Wnri cin,.. ..,
c nn'rf thf dl,P'al of Government was
ivegma, principally oaployed in the
a " nmd ln cbeck nrendiog Indiana. In
April, 75,000 volunteer were called upon to
enlist tor three mnnthi' ... Za-a
with such alacritv that 77.875 Ef apa tmmarllBta.
. . jyj, , 1 v , ,uu IC3UUUUEJ
ly obtained, Under the authority oi the act of
Congress of July 22. 16I, the States were ask-
wu hf mruita uuu.uuv volunteers to serve for
three Tears, or dnrina. tt.. 1 l .1 .
-rr"" oi 10 e same month, the ad-
l;ii a? nc nnn . .a - ' .
r. nr. mn w. ...I , (lll.L . .1 .. .
uiuuu ui j,uuu men to t&e regular army of the
vuucu kj Ln.it'a wrh 117 nnn voi -rha ouMit i.
that we have now an army of upwards of 600,.
UJU men. If we add to this the number of dis
charged three months' volunteers, the aggregate
force furnished tn tha nna.n,.... n
caucus iuu,uuu men .
"We baveheie an evidence of the wonderful
tresffth of one !naitln. nr:.i..... i-
1 - Tnn nnr r
tiona, Jevies, drafts or ether extraordinary ex-
n.Ji.n.. L... . a r .
piuicun, ngiui, roioeu a greater lorce than
that which, eathered hv N
- , u j ..r.Wwu n.iu ,u 1V
01 all these appliances, waa considered aa evi
dence of hia wonderful genius and energy, and
of tbe military spirit of tbe French nation.
Here every man has an interest in the Govern
ment, auu ru-nea o 15s aeiBoae when dancers
beset it.
"Bt ro:ern tn tha ravita nf k. P..t..
tion it will be seen that Massachusetts, with a
population ei oau.uuu, nad at one time 56,000
trooos in the field, or over one sixth nf ha an.
tire people force greatly exceeding the whole
nnmber of troops furnished by all the Southern
States during that war, Should the present
loyal States furnish troops in liks proportion,
which undoubtedly would be the case should
anv pmprcpnrv demand Ir aba .
j s J -, WVICIUUICU,
could promptly pnt into tho field an army of
uvvr kiuvo uiiiiiuua.
"It gives me great satisfaction to refer to the
creditable decree of dlanlnlin nP n.
most of whom were, but a short time since, en'
gagea in tne pursuits 01 peace. They are ra
pilly attaining an efficiency which cSncot fail
to bring success to our arms. Officers and men
anae evince an earnest aeatre to accomplish
thftirjaftlvea In erapw dntv nf tha m. m. a a.u
and the various corps are animated by an emu
lation an (xovi cacn omer in soldierly qualities.
"The conspiracy again t&e Qovernment
extended over an area of 783,144 square miles,
possessing a coast line or 3,523 miles, and a
shore line of 25.414 miles, with an interior
hnnndarv tin of 7.031 mllaa In l.n.t. - rpi.,.
j -, "oug.i. a ui.
eooBpiracy stripped as of arms and munitions,
uu ou,.w uur uavy hi tiie most uistant quar
ters of the globe. Tbe effort to restore tbe
Union, which the Government entered on in
April last, waa tbe moat gigantic endeavor ln
tho history of civil war. The interval of seven
months has been spent In preparation.
"The history of this rebellion, in common
with all others, for obvious causes, records tbe
flrat anecosaaa in fftvnr nf tha lmn.... l.
" '"uu(,CL.O. AUW
dlaaatar of Bull Run waa hnt ll,.,..i
quence ot tne premature aovauce of oor brave
bat undisciplined troops, which the impatience
of the country demanded. The betrayal also of
our movements oy traitors ln our midst enabled
the rebels to ohoosa and Intrench thaU
and by reinforcement la great strength, at
tbe moment or victory, to snatch It from oar
oman. Thla rararaa hnmM Ji
s.r. . -. w.A.Vg -wnutwi! 6IO UV UiB"
nn raff Am Ant tn fllll trallani riannla. L
-Q' 0-..w.. fwiw, turj; UBTO
a.Aadad tniit L .. J - IaI i a
viwwubu mrv uur ntufttii aim khuouku iarff6
au.t.kaM laaaoav. kn- a If .: a a "
miffhtV irmf In InvinrihlA arraw atanr). aatn Ja a.
precipitate Itself upon the loe. Theoheck that
Wt J J -- .aawxaw nvuuun IDRU W htS
we nave receives, upon me rotomeo baa, there
fore, but DOStDOned tha camnaicrn fn
months, the other successes of the rebel.
tnongn aeariy won, were mere oQairs, with no
imnflrttnl Ar narm.nant af a-an. .... arv
!?S" ? 11ZVL n'V,na l.n? occupation
oi xanitwrwi uu aeauiori nave nooiy redeemed
one transient ravaraoa
"At tho date of my last report the Stales of
iveiawuro, .uaryisnu, neniacty and mitsonrl
wot iiirmNum wua reveiitos. in ieiaware
tho rood tense and Datriotism of the bmdIi
bava triamphed over the unholy schemes of
traitors. Tho people of Kentucky early pro
nouared themselves, by an nnequivocal decla
ration at tha ballot-box, In favor of the Union;
and Maryland, notwithstanding the efforts of
bad men in power; ln the city of Baltimore,
when the opportunity of a general erection wag
afforded, aoder the lead of her brave and patri
otic Governor, rebuked by an overwhelming
majority the traitors who would have led her
to destruction. In Missouri loyal State Gov
ernment ha been aatAhllaharf h. ,L . ,
thousand, of whom have rallied to the aupnott
of the federal anthorlt. .r.rf l
with troops from other portions of tbe country,
wnmi tuw rcoeia to reiirs into tne adjoin
rTte" goveramenl established In
VlrSinla b tha lnval nnrtlnn af ka. l-f
,!? D00,"' u' oporation, and I have no doubt
wu ue auBtMoea ny tne people or the entire
State whenavAa tha thalM.. .f . i- - u
lurece anati nave oeen removed. -
"Thus it has been made clearly apparent that
In athaLavaa HiM.l!nn .k. .. . ir.u ,
-. . tu. ivrwe ui too union
bava extandad thl nmiuiu. ,k. . a
loyalty of the people, lrreslttably manifesting
llaalf h.a mlAA .... . ...
" iuou w restore ana maintain tne
authority of the Government! and I doubt not
that tbe army now aasemblod on the banks or
tho Potomao, will, aoder iu able leader, soon
" umiKiirauon as will re-establish
its authoiity throughout all the rebellious
States... '
Reference Is made to ths efforts of the loyal
Governor ot Virginia to organize courts under
tb constitution and laa,. nf ii,. Q,... i .ii .v.
Eaatern oouutiee in the occupation of our troona
""-""'7 to rreuaent to tend
commuwloaera with the army, with power to
exercise all the functions of local government
wherever tbe oivil authority bee eeased to exist,
and eaneciallv to n(nnu tha nkit. .
toaots, and the collection of debts due to loyal
creditor..
Secretary Cameron states that the capacity of
mo uuiiaiv iis3iu Jirmcirv nasi noAn inra,a-
cOQ muskets ner month tn Hi nnn a ..ki.AM
haa been purchased to enable tbe Armory to pro
a -w iui vu j vw votUVl UI UV
Justly celebrated Springfield riflet. He reoom-
uiouu m lurtuer increase ot trie capacity or this
Armory, believing that it can be madeaufficicnt
to supply all the muskets and rifles the Govern
meat may hereafter need ln any contingency.
A BDeciul scent ha bean
two milliona of dollars to purobascarmg. Part
of those purchased have already been deliver,
ed, and tbe remainder will be shipped by suc
cessive stealers. Measures have been tku
to prevent undue increase of nrlm
and munitiona imported. Tbe DeD.rtn.ent haa
encouraged tbe manufacture nf armi tn tha'
loyal States, and the report says the Govern-
. i , .
mem suuuiu never nave less man a million of
muskets in the arsenals, with a corresponding
proportion of arms and equipments for artille
ry and cavalry. Tbe establishment of a na
tional foundry for the manufacture of heavy
artillery it recommended.
Tbe re organization, upon a uniform basis, of
the Militia of tbe country, ia nreed. The 8..
retary aaya:
"Some eeneral nlan nhnitld ha
Congress in aid of tbe States, by which our
'"' u e orRamzea, armea, ana aisoiplin
ed, and made effective at any moment for im
mediate service. If thnrnnchlv tr.lnad In tima
of peace, when occasion demands, It may be
convenes into a vast army, confident. in ita dis
cipline and unconquerable in its patriotism . In
vuu nuaence oi any general system of organiza
tion, upward of 700,000 men have already been
uruugut iuvo toe neio; ana, in view of tbe alac
rity and enthusiasm that hava haan
I do not hesitate to express tbe belief that no
combination of eventa can arise in which this
country will not be able not only to protect it
self, but, contrary to its policy, which is peace
with all the world, to enter upon aggresaWe op
erations sgainst any power that may intermed
dle with our .domestio affairs. A committee
Should be anoointed bv Cinprnaa. with Anthnrtt
to sit during tbe recess, to devise and report a
piau ivir tue general organization OI tne Militia
of the United States."
Upon tbe subject of seaboard and lake de
fenses the report remark:
"it taoi great importance tbat immediate at
tention should b olvan In tha nnnriiitnn nt an.
fortificatious upon the seaboard and tbe Lakes,
auu upun oar cxposea irontiers. They should
at once be placed ln perfect condition for suc
cessful defense. Afcreaninn. i, .ahinm
upon a nation ever ready to defend ita honor
A ....I f i . . i , . , ,
auu tu rcpci umuiw; ana we snouia snow to tne
world, that while engaged In quelling distur
bances at home we are able to protect oureelves
against attacks from abroad."
An Increase of the corps of Cadets to tbe
greatest capacity of tbe Military Academy I
recommended. There are now 192 cadets,
roar hundred can be accommodated, and with
small expense the number may be increased to
five hundred.
Of tbe eauitary condition of tbe army, Sec
retary Cameron aaya:
'The health of an army ia a consideration of
tbe highest consequence. Good men end wo-
" uiucrem states, impelled oy tne ntgnest
mOtiVeS Ot benevnlanr-a and nitrlntiam- haa
come in aid of the constituted sanitary arrange
ments of the government, and been greatly In
euuiucuuti in aimwianing a is ease in tbe camp,
giving increased comfort and happiness to tbe
life Of tbe SOldier. and Imnt.ini In nn, hnantt
- ' 1 -'"ft VM. HU.)...
at service a more humane and generous char-
uicr. BBiuoniy oi situation and pleasantness
of surroundings have diotated the choice of the
hospital Sites, and eatahli.hmanta far nn, oir.lt
and wounded of which we have every reason to
k. ...... .1 I. L. . . . . ... .
u lyiuuu, uoyo ueeu openea in Qt.loui8, wasn
ington, Georsetown. Baltimora and Ann.nnli
and will be attaohed to every division ot the
a, ! iL. rl-IJ awl .a a - .
army m me neia. i o tee Oiose of tbe war vig
ilant oare shonld be given to the health of the
well soldier, and to tha comfort and
of the sluk."
Tbe report recommends tbat the system of
promotions which prevails in tbe regular ser
vice be annlled to tha vnlnntaa.
"r I -w iviwhivv iviiive a aa imw
respective Statea, restricting, however, the pro-
uiunoua to men actually in tne neid- It la sug
gested that the datinction between regulars and
volunteers which new exists, should not be per
mitted to continue, and tbat the efficiency of
the armv would ba sraatl innrsad h a nnn.
solidation of the two during the war.
neorniiing lor tne regular army baa not met
expectations, and changes in the law o regard
to pay and bounties are suggested. A limit to
tha numhai. nf air), nf MilnhOannp.1. tauAuN.
mended; also to the employment of regimental
bands.
Certain railroad extortions between Baltimore
and New York aro commented on, and addi
tional railroad connection between Washington
and Baltimore will be needed should the block
ade Of tha P.ltnman ha nnntlnna? A paannn.
sible company propose to construct the line
uuuer a cuarter irom Maryland, utber rati
road Improvements about Washington are sug-
raated.
The Telegraphio Bureau has been found of
tun greatest service in our military operations;
857 miles of line have been built. .
The report pays a tributa to Lieuteoant-Gen-eral
Winfield Soott, and expresses doll coi.n-
denne In Mainr (3naral M.r.ialUn
TheDepartment refers to the fact tbat no
force so large as ours, and so well equipped and
proviueu lor, was ever put in tne neia in so
short a space of time at so small aa expense.
na nwwii...
'While It ia my intention to preeorve tbe
strictest economy ana accountability, i tninx
the last dollar should be expended and tbe
last man should be armed to bring tbis un
holy rebellion to a speedy and permanent
close."
- A reconstruction of tbe bouodariea of the
States of Delaware, Maryland and Virginia Is
suggested. Tbe boundaries of Virginia tocon-
ai.r nf ,ha PTna Pidtya nn tha Rank and Ann.
sylvania on the North, leaviug those oo the
South and West as at present, . Two counties
of Maryland, Allegheny aud Washington would
be transferred to Virginia; all of Virginia bo-
taraan tha Blue rtidfi-a and ChAAnlra Haw
could be added to Maryland; while that por
tion oi tne peninsula Dei ween the linesapenke
and the Atlantic, now jointly beld by Maryland
and Virginia, could be ineoi poraUd into Dela
ware. . These are great natural bouodai lee
tne report says: y 1
To make the safety bf the Capital complete,
la oontideretioo of th large accession of terri
tory wbtch Maryland would reoelv under tbe
arrangement proposed, it would be nvceMtry
that tbat State should se modify her constitu
tion as to limit tbe basis of her representation
to ber white population; ' '
. "In this, connection, it would be tha part of
wisdom to re annex to the District of Columbia
l4taa'J
that portion of it a.i.u.1 u-,.. .
ant nf . naiiia, wniuO, oy
WiitaS? WM th Stat, ol
The eonolnsion of th. wpot . U gim kt
other , Ue. In thl. pap. Th. Itoad of
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