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VOL.: VIII; fiOi161
SEBIES.;:
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COLUMBUS.
OHIO, TUESDAY HOMING. DEC. 17;
1861.
IIX C0LLASJ PIS YE Aft.
H aa
-ivri.Dir in fa.TViei5,
lz hxo tak$man
D 1ILY, TEI-WEKXLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fOBlIIH.BI AH D P BOPEIXTOBl,
. i
U-T Office Sos. 88, 88 nd 40, Forth High St
IIBM3 TN.VAIIIABLY IN ADVANCl.
Bally . r . ... , $S 00 peryMr
'Z:J"J m m per year.
nvum.iT, . . . . 1 nn l
oo
tforin of Advertising by the Square.
One (quire S weeki. .14 00
Oat, " 8 week... 3 00
Una " 1 tut... 1
On " tnor.thi 18 00
Olio
Jn
Jne
On
6 month 15 00
J raonllit 10 00
One " 3dyi... 1 00
One ' .days... 75
One " 1 In. -Winn Ml
X locnttn 8 00
I month. 5 00
De,!'l"'d lldvarll"ent" "lf more than th .Dot.
-AdvorUaemimti 1 leaded and placed In th tolumn of
ppecUl Notloe," d.n,ble the erdinaryraUe.
A I I notion tequirec to be publlehed by law, legal ratal'.
If ordered on the Inside exoluilvely after tb first week
per cent, more than the abova rate! but all iuah ill
appear In the Trl-Wcekly wtthontXrg.
.1 ta'Tl', "1f ' D0' eo-dirur ttv "net, per year, In
il le, - 50 per line; auide '
to.0tnaeirpreCtB'Char'tablMO?'et,e''Br,OOIB')lulIe''
jdi fransjin. adrmUitmmt mutt 64 mU or
'iwt . Is rule will not be farted frofT "
.1. S V t? "I10 M D''J'' th advertiser
.rh .I..1? .Wlw' ? Weekly
ire both need, then the charge l.fth Weekly will be
Hull the rates of the Dally . . . . . ' " .
No advertisement taken except for definite period. "
BUSINESS CARDS. :
cifTofBini. r a run cumtmui.
FINE & CHITTENDEN,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
SO "Wall street,
(Officoi ef City Judge ) " "
NEW YORK.
WW TO
n Monoilef. N. T. Superior Court.
Hon. H. B. Payne, Cleveland, O. -
Hon. H. H. Huuter, Lancaster, O. '
novS-em - i
ttorney and Counsellor at Law,
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC, ,
QTFICB Ko. 87 HIGH BTfiKT, 0DE0N BCILD
INO, oppoetto the State Home. -olleodoei
and. other matters promptly attended to.
Beferenoe. given when required? pB,p,, KMD1M
ETonx-y Bloolxlox,
Idato of Phalon't EiUbllehment, N. T.,)
P2MH?lES.da OF T,,E HEW TOOK
South Hih St.; over Bain's Stora.
tmturacuon will be glrea in all the yuloui
tyU?'"' d 0L,ldren' Utit lon. In the beit
iepl8dly , , ' j !T ;
C A L T H O U S E,
No. 178 North High Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Lnii05W.,;h',toifke t"i on oy of the tralni,
plngpfaoe. " decidedly a convenient atop-
ofietr1.'? Wked Up " b,ur,.of "'I11 J
Tenna moderate, to tult the tlmea. , ". 1 ,
NATIONAL: HOTEL,
NEAR UNION DEPOT,
COLUMBUS,'OniO.
lac. 3Ei.aa"STKroxiD0.
TERMS.
ootSS-iha '
ONE DOLLAR PER DAT.
F. A. B. SIMKIUS,
.ctomoy at Law'J
Odloe-Ajnboe Building, oppojlU Capitol Square.
COLUMBUS, OHIO;
Attorney l& Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO." "
M. C, LILLE Y ;
S300IS. : 33HTI3Lim
And Blank-Book Hannianttirer,
OBTH HIGH 8TSXET,' COLUMBUS, 0B10
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Crner Sprint-& Water Sta.,
Oolumtotifl . Oto.10.
W. K; 1 POTT3 : ecZQO.t
TVXjOL OHTPJI3TD,
Ind Mannraotnren of Bran and Composition Casting
finished Braes Work of all Deiorlptloni.
STENCIL CUTTING. &C.
fbl ,Bl-dly"-!-a'- - '-' ' -
Colnmbiis Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
" IMPORTERS JS1 J)BALEM ttl'ZZLZ
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandies,
i i - - '7 i ' to. A. ALSO, 5 -4
OLD ItYE, MONONGAHELA k BOURBON
a Xbc at
.WHISKY.) u,
WA WocsB And ( bmcifsM south high nn
'OITpCBUSOHIO,
MpSdlyli.
VM. l. RESTIEAUX,
'(jrUCBSSOJ TO MoKJEB'i RESTIEAUX) ' '.
Nol06):South ; High Street,
OoTLmTTLXTJLI lj o(
'in v '
DEALER IN
'.! ire trt'.
CROCERI E S, P RODUCE
PR0VI8I0NS-"J
3! U.
' I' .
. Foreign 'and ' Domestic Fruits, '
F L O U R," ft A LTJ X' I Q U O R 8, E T C,
STORACE & C6MMISS10N
T :ei
t.' t; i 1'. (ivj;'r'3 S
: 'Ma? )rrfKfr.'i(.,.TMr
. WOBOESTER'S
ROM QUARTO DICTIOxNiRY.
The Iateit-Tho largeit-The Beit,
The Cheapest Became the Bert,
J .., 1 w ... .. , ; . .
Tb floit Hollabl Standard Au.
th.rltr of th EntjUab t,angTiag.'
. . fito Tumlre BmUxtni educator, of Ohio,
"TOB BKRT ENGLISH DI0TI0KABT IITANT."
trary Mm AwvtoW.
"He 1 1 arenpwardiof a Hsndrad Thonmd Worda.
whoae mnlUfarlona meanlnga and dertrattona, toirether
with theli eorroot epelllnf , and pronunciation are olearly
at before the eye,' . .......
, . ' (HncAnnail Ommtrolal.
Btad tUDtsitUmt of tha Jftmitrt of th Ohio Statt
Ttactor'i Attooiation.
. The nndertigned, member! of the Ohio State Teaehera'
Aaeooiatlon, adopt and aim to oh In teaching, writing
and apoaklng, the orthography and pronunciation of
Woroetter'i Roval Qnarto Diotlonary, and we moot eor
dially recommend It aa th moat reliable atandard aa
tnorlty of the Engllih langnage, u It la now written and
piken. , . ,
Loam Axdkiwi, Preildent Eenyon College.
W. D, Laaorrr, BuperlnUndent Zanerrllle 8chooll.
. Tnoa. W. HaaTir, Bup't Hantlon Union School!. .
M. t. OowniBT, Bap't Publlo Schoola, Banduiky.
Johk Lthcb, Bup't PubUo Schoola, OlixlerlUe.
B. N. Saxfokb, Principal Olereland Teioale Bemlna-
, Wm . HrronLL, Sup't PubUo Schoola, 1ft. Union. .
Jobk Oodui, prtnolpal State Normal, School, Mlnoe-
Ontoe Niaon, Principal lourlh Intermediate School,
Olnclnnatl.
U.S. Uartir, Bup't Canton Union School!.
. BawiM kasat, Prioeipal aloNeely- Normal School. ,
. u T. Tattam, Prof. Uathematlca, Ohio Untreralty.
Wm. W. Edwabm, Sup't Troy Union School.
A. Q. Horajm, Principal WoatJUib School, Ore
land. '"' '- 4 J '
B. A. ItoiTov, Aaaoelate Principal High School, Clove-
iana
Thiodou Btirlw, Principal High School, Cler
land. '
R. P. HoMieroR, Principal Olereland Inatltute.
J. A. OiRriiU), Preeldent of Eleclio Inititule, Hi
ram. W. L. Harrh, Prof, of CbemUtry, Ohio Wealeyan
Unlrenlty. . .
H. h. Bamrt, Ex-Cemmlaaloner of Common School!,
Ohio.
. Jaaaa Horror, Prof. Rhetoric Oberlla College.
Tao. Hiu, Preeldent Antlooh Oollege.
O. W. H. Caibcart, Prof. Uathematlca, High
School, Dayton.
B. 0. Crdmracsr, Prof. Language, High School,
Dayton,
8. it. Bausr, Sup't Union Schoola, Aahland.
- Mort than Btm Hundred other freotdmM 0 Gotl.
044, Prof44or, AuiKor and IHtUnguitAed Sdmoy
ton, Aaee eiuiuraed Me abov 4tnUment, ,
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. '
Maribtta Collroi "It li truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, th publiaheri,and thewbol
eountry." Preildent Andrew!.
Ohio WasLRiAR Urivbriitt .-"It exceed! my ezpecta
tlona. It will be my guide In orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be coneultedbymeforlU neat
and accurate deflnlliona." Preildent Thompson.
W. R. EouOTio Ootiaoa. "Heretofore w bavauied
Webeter'a orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faculty, it waa decided to ohange It to conform to that
of Woroetter'a Royal Quarto Dictionary." Preildent ,
Garfield. - - . . 1
WaeTRRR Rriervr Oou-ioa. "I Snd It worthy of
oordial approbaUon." Preeldent Hitchcock.
Oberur Coixaa. "It more than meeta my expecta
tions. I recommend It aa the atandard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my puplli." Preeident
Morgan. .
Artioob Collrsr. "I adopt and aim to nae In teach
ing, writing and apeaklng, th orthography and pronun
ciation of Woroeeter'a Royal Quarto Dictionary."
Preildent Bill. , , ' 1 .
"In all my writing, apeaklng, and teaching, I bar en
deavored to oonform to the rulea for orthography and
pronunciation aa contained in Worceiter'i Dictlpnary.''
Horace Mann, lat Preildent.
Errtoh CoLUoa, Gabrirr. ''I moit cordially recom
mond It aa th moit reliable itandard authority of th
ngllih language at It la sow written and ipoken."
Preildent Andrew.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Km. Anton Smyth, Oommttrtoner of Common
BcKoot in Ohio.
"Th Dictionary la an ImperlihabI monument to th
learning and Induitry of lu author, and an honor to the
world of letters. Th mechanical execution ti far aup-
nor to that or any other Lextoon wtw wnicn 1 am a
qualnted." .
From Bon. B. B. Barney. Bt-Ommutioner 0
,4, mioom m VHIO.
"Th moit reliable itandard authority of the lan
guage.''
WBAT TH
Leading Newspaper of Ohio Bay
Iron the Cleveland Btrald oj March 29.
Th orthography of th Woreeiter Dictionary I that
nacd hr moat, lr not all. author ol dlitinction In thil
eountry and England, and eonformi to the general usage
of ordinary writer! and ipeaaeri.
Whaterer Dreludic may bar existed nreriouily, a
careful study of this rolume will Inrarlably be followed
by warm appreciation or ui great menu, ana a aeaire
to add It to the well selected library, be It large or email,
It la a library lnltaeir, and wilt remain au imperisua
bit record of the learning of Ita compiler.
Iron th Cincinnati Commercial of April SO.
Here are nnwardl of a hundred thousand word good
bad and indifferent who multifarious meanlngi and
deriratloni, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are aet clearly befor the eye. Th work 1
unquestionably th greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ver published.
From the Olereland Plaindealer of Sept. 20, 18G0.
Brldently WoRCRrrm' Botai. Qcarto Dictiorart ie
not only the last, buttheemrr wort of Me kind eeer it
euad.asd can by no possibility luffer by oompartoon or
oontroTersy. ,
From the Toledo Blade of May 90.
Aa ta tRoroRoiATiOR. WoRcrmR is tbr BtawdaRD
followed by our best authors; In deftnltioni he leans
nothing to be desired, and In Orthooratot It li mOlotent
to aay that WoRORwiRmeanbaufely followed.
INGHAin it BRAGG, . .
Piibllilieri, nookieller St Stationer,
NO. 101 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO,
matt ' 'i
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Dividend January 1 s 1 80 f 1 4 5 Per Cont,
ASSETS.
131250 SO,
1861,
Statement January 1,
Balance, per lUtement Jan. lit, lS40....,t3,406..8. 30
ileoeivea tor rremiumi aur-
lng th year lt 7C3.0.3
Reoelved for Intereit daring 1
th year 1B00 114,014 17
' Total recelDta for 1860..;.977.067.7
Paid Claims by Deth,807,OS0 : 00
f aid l"o Hole mrren-c : , . ,-7, rr
dered iwnw ,
Paid Salarlea, Post
age, Taxea, x - tw -', .1 f-j
change. eto...... 31,880 M "
Paid Commission to
Agent 31,3-6 30 . . 1 '
Paid Phyalelana' feel. S,00 75
Paid Annuities.. 1,517 00 . - ,
Paid Dlvldepd dur ' ' itP ' - "
log th year 108,500 7 503,001 01 . . 411,976 14
Net Balance January lit, 1861.
,r -S'j-:1 i 'wtSBBIS.
.3,813,556 SO
Cash on hand.
0,0384 19
V '1 T 1
Bonds and Mortgage on Real '
Batata, worth doubl th
amount loaned S.SST.fMl tW
Premium Mote, on Pollciee ' '.' - . '
In forte, only drawing S per
went. Interest. 1,8TO,M4 17
Real BiU 90.893 17
Ismsonaorlp.T."7riiV...i'- 8,931
Premiums, Notes and Cash, in
coarse ot tranimlnlob.... 45,343 71 -
Total AtseU.
3.61S.SM so
TtSTS Pollciee to foroe, lnnrIng..tSi4l80,S39
1,435 new Policies bar been lisued during the year.
After a careful calculation of th prwent rain of th
outitandlna- Pollcleaof th Company, and harin the
Uasosatary jmownl In r serve therefor, the Directors
bar deolarM a uiviobud 01 s par cent, on in rrant
aaii nald at the table rates, to all nollolee for life In form.
tamed prior to January 1, 1860, payabl aerdlng to th
present ml of the Company v -
Rate for all kind of Lin Contingencies, Prospeet
as, Statements, and Applications, will b furnished
witbout obarsr, at th Omo or Agenole of th Com
pany.
. R0BT. I.. PATTERSON, Preildent.
1 L. O.GROV1R, Vic Preildent,
BEN J. O. HILLS R, Seeretary.
' 11. H. IIUESOII. AoenU
1 . . . No. 4 Johnson Block! '
MaHhSB, 1881. .
Columbus, Or
PMj A I H A N ' riQCHED BLACK
DRIBS SILKS, c4 everr srade Tb most Mleot
w au eity, ana at most raaaonabi mte. .
BAIN at HON,
' . v - v WSoatliflighitr .
.a.
prill.
ti;r
1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
UufnTiivF
1W
ira
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Oreatllna with the PITTSBURGH, IT.
. i WATNE a OHI0AGO RAILROAD
Ibr fUtntmrah, Fhiladelphia and Baltimore. Alto
for Fort Wayne and Chicago.
Oonnrottog at Clovelind with Uie LAKE 0HORB RAIL
A ' ROAD
For UunUlrk, Hurralo, Albany, not
ion, and New Tork.
TWO TRAINS DAILY,
BXCEPT SUNDAY,
fm Columbaa, Id eonneotlon with Tralni on th
LIX'TLB PJIAflll AND COl.VnUVH
I AMI) XJtiJIAA UAlLHOAm).
" IIRBT TRAIN.
NIGHT EXPRESS Leares Oolumbna at 3 5(1 A. M
will lear paieenger at all itatlona, aton at Delaware
uarumgtoD, uneaa, uanon, and al all itatlona North of
Galieu. aad atall other stations upon signal, arriTlnc at
Clereiand at 9:KO A. M.. Dunkirk 4 "ii p. m u..ir.i.
S.'-iA TV' J"u m w xork 18 M., Boston
3i0 I 1U
- SECOND TRAIN.
TUSW YORK EXPRESS-LeaveaOolumbusatfciaP.
M. ( will leare paaaengera at all nations. Greenwich,
Rochnter, Columhla and Olmsted being Flag stations,
this oraln will not stop for passengers except noon ill
nal. Arrlro at Cleveland 8:30 P. 11., Dunkirk 3 A. M.,
Buffalo 4:35 A, M, Albany t:15 P. M., New York 9M
P. M., Boston 18:30 A. M.
. C0NME0TI0NS.
AtCreitlln wlthPlttibnrgh,ft. Wayn and Chicago
5l.1oP?or,0,h.,cago"ibUrg'" BeHlmor?!
A t S he lby, w ith Banduiky, Mansfield and Newark Rail
road, for all polote on that road. Also for Toledo.
loo ChCo.0ieTeUd T0led miKtA "
At Olereland, with Lake Shore Railroad for Brl.
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Mew York and Boitoa.
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all
Bight Trains to Chicago, Jim
York and Boston.
Baggage Oiecltd T trough to New Tork and Bonion
via OemUandj aleo, to Philadelphia and
Jeto Yorkvta OreiUine.
RETURNING. .
Night Barren arrira at Colnmbu at... 1:30 A. M.
Ciaclnnatl Expran arrlrei at Columbus at 1:30 P. M.
i'are a Low aa by any otber Uoute,
4 ik for Ticket via Crtetline or CUvcla nd,
'B.S.FLINT,
Superintendent, ClersUnd, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
0olumb,,Boyl6,186I. m.
CANADIAN ft UinTD STATES MAIL
: STEAMERS .
TO AND IHU.TI
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
anxl
3J5TJLJ W TOR1X.
That MotirrtMl lMn fllVin..h1n 1nn.Kfai H .1...
w 'y vvhiwu uia wia
full-powered Clyde-built Steamer! sail ever- Hat.
-powered Olyde-ballt StMmers aai
U rday from PORTLAND, carrrlnz the Canadian and
United Bute Mail and passengen,
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVAB00TIAN.
Shortcut, Cheapcat andaulcbcatCon
vvytauca ireiu
1MEEICA TO ALL PASTS 0? XTO0PX
Kate, ot "Pajis:e to Xtoxope,
3o, mo. S90.
VIII ..II f.u. , rvnsnvii ww. .
nm hji t.viu ui, xnrwu c?ry Vf euneiORr,
and from QUE BBO OTery Saturday , calling at
l.UNUONUKKUi', to raceir on board and land Malls and
Paieenaeri. to and from Ireland and Scotland.
JOThes Steamer era built of Iron, in watertight
oompaniuenu,, carry eacn an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention la paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of passenger!. A they proceed direct to LONDON
DERY.U agieat risk and delay of calling at St. John's
ll avoided.
Olaagow passengers are furnished with ran pa nag
ticket to and from Londonderry.
Return tickets granted at reduoed rate.
Oertitlcatee issued for carrying to and bringing out pas
se 11 sen from all th principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduoed rates, by thla Una of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE OP BAILING PACKETS,
icaviuB uTvrpwi oyer- weea. .
Bight Draf ta for 1 and upward pay-
- au unsjataaia, ireiaBtti 9 CO S-
land or Wulea.
For panage, atDly at the Office
9 HKOAII.
WAV, new xork.
ork, and 19 WATI.lt NT.,
Liverpool,
8 ABEL ft BSABLX, Cfesutl igtnti,
Ot to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
. nolO-lydaw Post Offlce, Columbus, Ohio.
GUERNSEY'a BALM1
GUERNSEY'S BALM
RISITIOVKS A If D PREVENTS 1 in
flammation and pain, and heals the wont hn-n
cald, bruise, cut .or fresh wound of any klnd, proven ta
welling and pain from be (ting, moequlto bite, and
pouuuuu puiuus, Dearaigw, rneumatum, agne In the
breast, salt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It will
praiuTii- cun .roup m omiaren, ana giree immediate
relief In the worn case or oua umiblabvuiiuiut, aba,
removes noarsenes ana lore inroat. Jfrloe, oealar
bottle. Bhou Id be in ere j j house. For sale by Drug
gilt and Storekeepers; IRV1N ST0NB,
uoie rropnetoy, a . upruo it .New York . .
oottdAwlyil . . .. . . " ...T
No real lattice can be done the above orenaratlons
but by procuring and reading descriptive pampbleti J
o iouuu wiui an aesiers, or nu n en( ny rropnetor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Phval
etani, who will find derelopment in both worthy Uvjir
aocepiance ana approrai.
Oorreipondeno solicited from all whose necessities 01
osnoiity prompt to a trial f th abore reliable Rerae
die. . - .. ; ' ' .
For 1 by the usual wholosal and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN I.. IlCNNEWEIil., Proprleto
j ' CHIMtBT AND PHARMAOXDTI8T,
No. 9 Commio.al Wharf, Boston, Ksts.
Robert A Samuel. N. B. Mamie. J. It. Oooir. J. M
Uenlz. U. Senur a Bom. A. J. Bchueller at Bnn. Amnt.
tor uoiumbui, Ohio. myl-dly
-TTEHY 8TVJLISU STRIPED CLOTH
v . DUAHiiB, in new oesigni at BJ uu value 5 00.
1.500 yard! Buper Plain BUok Bilk at II 00-Vala
11 E3-a raid.
trench Merinos, 6-Xoents Value 87Xotiayard. s f
- f?.,"4 vocenia ralu ft 00 a yard. " t
BAIN A SON,
oatlS No. 99 South High Street.
GENTI,EflIBIf'fH rVRNISHM O
GOODS.-' ,..t .. ..
SoTtltle In Neck Ties and Soarf.
" " Byron and Garret Collar.
' Embroidered Pooket Handkerchlefi.
Peril Eid Gloves, superior make. , .
Golden Hill Shirt, various ityles. ' " '
Bo,.' Golden Hill Shirt, do
Driving and Street Gloves, do
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchief., various ityle.
Half Uos and Under Garments, 14
BAIN A SON.
aprlU Ko. !9 South High itreet
' 'ladies' linen Pooket-Handk'fs. '. '
HEM STITCHED LINEN HAND
kerchiefe. Tory wide hem.
Bmbroiderod Linn Uandk'f all prion. .
Hemaaed Stltobedand plain do, do.- -
do colored border!.
' Mourning do r : black border .
4o. . ? -ewtylcroaiitltohd.
Pin Apple do new pattern.
. Mliae,' Plain and Blamed 8tith-i en n nriro.
. Comprising the most select assorlment In the city and
i ivwMsprwe. BAIN BON,
feb-8 N. South High Btret.
RONNETI, RIBBONS TABS AKfl
Dnoo.a -w-i 1 . . I m
a.w'.-3w, a,, .vi., JwS.vpvnea ny
in- i'
-BAIN At BfVal
aprtlS
Wo.tSSoataHlrtgWwt.fa
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cisciniiati, Pajtoa ft Indianapolis!
Through to kdlajtaDolli wlthont Cbaoge of Cars,
nd bat One Change of Cars between "
; Colambni andBtsLoiila.
On and After Monday. November
11, xeei.
Four Trains Dail from Columbua.
FIRST TRAIN.
u,An. wnB wtaa e, i - m . . i
. cii.ui jbArnaoo, rua ar.7w.n, ai x a. m, aiuppuiR
at London, Xenla, Dayton, atlddletown and Hamilton,
arrlrtng at Olnclnnatl at 7:49 a. m. and at Dayton at
5:03 a. m. 1 oonneotlng at Olnclnnatl for Loulsrllle, Vln-
oenne. Bt. Loula, and all point Southwest; arriving
at St. Louli at 11:30 p. as. I oonneotlng at Dayton for
Indianapolis, iarayett, Terr uaute, Chicago, and all
point West) arriving at ladlanapolli at 10:40 a. m.
SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION at 5.io. m., (topping at all ita
tlona between Columbus, Olneianatl 1 and Dayton, er
riving at Cincinnati at 10S3 a. m.. and at Davton at
8:39 a. ta.) oonaecUcg at OiaoinnaU with Mall Ida
Iteam boats for Loutsrlll, an44t Dayton -for Indianap
olis and th Wet.
THIRD TRAIN.
EXPRESS at 1:55 d. m.. itoooln at Jefferson. Lon
don, Charleston, Xenla, Corwin, Morrow, Bo, Lebanon,
Foster's, Love land and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 0:45 p. m.,at Dayton at t p. m. connecting at Cln
with th Ohl and MissUsIddI Train for Louisville. Vln.
oenniSt. L00U. etc, eto., arriving at Bt. Louli at
10:43 a. m,; oonneotlng at Dayton for Indianapolis, La
fayette, Terr Haute, Chicago and all pointa West.
FOURTH TRAIN.
HAIL at 4 n. m.. stonninl at all stations between
Columbaa and Olnclnnatl; arriving at Cincinnati at 9:t!o
p. m.
IT? Tor
further Information and Through Ticket!,
L. D0HERTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot,
apply to M
Uoiamou..
P. W. 8TRADER,
General Ticket Agent, Clnclnnatf.
JN0. W. D0HERTF,
. . Agent, Columbus,
E. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Columbus, Nov. 10, 1861.
1861.
1861. EAST.
UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UNITED.
CONNBCTISa AT PIITSBURGH WITH THE
Pennsjl yinia Central ' Railroad
OFFW THE .
Sborteat, Qnlokaat and Mot Deilra-
io aaouio 10 an csaaiera Ultle.
Trains Leave Columbus as follows:
Via attLAIRI, u ITROBRMVILLIi
Morning Exprea. .
tin Lira.
19 35 P. M
4:00 A.M. 3:10 P.M. 4:00 A, U:
ARRITR AT IIU41RR
9:40 P. M.
ARRIVR AT ItTTIRUROB
8:45A.M. 4:10 P. M. 1000 P. M.
10.40 A. U.
4:10 P. M.
ARRITR AT R41RITB0R
10 P.M. 3:10AM.
3.10 A. M.
9:15 A. M.
ARRITR AT lALTTKORR
8:20 A.M.
8.30 A. M.
t;40P.U.
ARRITR AT raiUBRltaiA.
S:90 P. M. 7:40 A. id. 19:30 P. M.
7:40 A.M.
mnr vork via aurhtowr, w. r.
:i:0OA.M. 9:50 P, M. 11:00A.M. 5:00 P.
VII rBILADRLntia
10:15 P. M. . IMB.il. 8 13P.M-
1:45 P.M.
VIA ALLRNTOWR.
PaaieDgeri by thla lis reaoh New York In advance of
any Northern route.
18:35 P. M. train ti th only on from Oolombua at
thla boar, and th only train by which paneoger sn
reach Baltimor r Washington th following day, and
arrive In Philadelphia or New York beforadark.
IJjBIeepIn can on all night trains. ' .
The Only Rente front Columbaa to
. Baltimore, Philadelphia or
Sew lferk
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
This train alio conneotiat Bellalre with th Baltimor
and Ohio Railroad.
rTTThll mat ll 30 MILES SHORTER to Pittsburgh
endmore than 100 MILES 8H0RTBR to New York,
than Northern line. '
07 Baggage Ubecked Through to all Im
pottant potnta East.
ET Atk for Tickets via Bellalre or Sten
benvllle. 1 ,
HT Tiokets Good over either Route,.
J0H8J W. BROWN, ' .
" OnwialClekat Aa.t Oentn.1 Ohio R, R.
' IRA A. HUTCHINSON,
General Ticket AgentSteabenTllle Short Lino.
, Oolumbui, Nov. 88, 1801. , r
RE MOV At. ;
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Groceries, . " ' .. a
Prodaco:"--"'
' .... ,;:'Xlro'"3ions,
Foreign and Domestic Liqnors,' ,
:j-Fruits, etc.- eto., -:vz
HAS REMOVED HIS STORE FROM
NO. 34. NORTH HIGH 8TREET,
No. 106, South High StteeV . ;
. ' 1 " . 1 .
Theolditand reoently occupied by.WM. MoDONALD
H tain dally rclpt of .
NEW AND FRESH GOODS
"" WUb'Uwllian "
Cneap for Oaata or Cenntry Proonce
IIj flood! delivered to City trade fr ot ohargtQ
ly .. , .. ! . . .,' .j r-.
William jSLm O-lll
COJLTJMBTJS, OHIOV ,
iGRiCULTUlUIWAEEHOUSB
And Seed Store, ?
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; , DEAXBB IN , . ., ..: .,
GENERAL HARDWARE,
. , NAXUi, SLABS, SASH, PUTTY, CORD AG V
tinna. PletoU, Weed Willow Ware,
' thrao4 KabtarBtltUf, lace Leather, Be iai
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LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
The London Timet Southampton correspond,
entaata: "Publio eurioilty Kill remains untat
lined as to the future ot this ihip, or tbo inten
tions of the British government In relation to
the question. All that can be stated as certain
at this moment ie, that the Nashville itlll re
mains at her berth in the dock, with her Confed.
rate ae and pennant floating? aluc-pl.hlr fivp, a
ship on board of which all appeais as quiet as
the grave, ana that no steps have been taken
towara repairing ner mattered paddle-boies or
hlppine; any stores. In acaordan with . ...
quiet received from Captain Nelson, who had
previou-iy gone 10 j-onaon, the whole of the
crew of the Harvey Birch were sent no to Lan.
don on Saturday last. Cape Nelson baa since
reiurnea 10 oootnampton on business connected
witn me captnre ot bis veisel, the nature of
wnian ms not pubiioly tranipired."
The Jf-mtSof Tuesday, Nov. 24, sajsi
un Baturday, Captain W. II. Nelson, late
oomoiander of tbe American ehlp Harvey Birch,
made a protest at the United 8ta!es consulate
in Aionaon respecting the capture and destru.
tion of bis ship."
Captain Nelson spoiled on Mcuda 'ta th
nagntrmee 01 ooatnampiorr lor a warrant to
learoa the NashviUe in order to recover the
ship's charts and other articles which, be al
leges, were stolen trom the Harvey Birch by
men of the Nashville. Tbe magistrates re
fuied to grant a warrant, and referred Captain
Nelson to tbe Scoretary of 8tite.
. Tbe Timet says:
"Captain Pcgram returned to Southampton
from London on Monday
by Mr. Yancey, one of tbe Southern Com mil
eloners, and the latter gentleman returns to
London on Tuesday. Mr. Yance atatea that
It has been intimated to him, through a thlri
ar.j, mat me nasnvuie is recognized by the
Irltish government as a national vea.pl. nnrl
that she will be allowed tbe right to refit and
repair, as was the esse with tbe James Adger,
10 as to .zeroise a perfeot neutrality between
tbe two contending parties. We believe the
neocsiary amngementj are made fcr the Nash
rille to go Into eravlne dock on WeiW.rkr in
consequence of her having been ashore." .
iaooiaror mesaaysays:
"A numerous oartv of loval UninMita met nn
Monday in St. James's itreet, Loodis, to cele
brate by a dinner tbe victory of Port Rojal.
Tbe company heartily annrnv. il that Cn.,.!
Scott should be entertained at a banaaet'ln
London." -
On Sunday moraine last a bulldlnc nf sassn
stories, in High street, .Edinburgh, suddenly
fell, burying noarly the whole of the inmates In
tbe ruins. The bouse was several centuries
old. Tbe whole gave war at once. eollnnlnF
inwarJ. Twenty-two bodies have been taken
out dead and abont twelve lofured. The ira
mer ie block ot buildings was densely populated,
and it Is estimated tbat not less than nn hi.
dred people must have dwelt in it
1 he Mooltan arrived at Southampton on Nov
vember 85. with the hpavr nor tin n nf th Prim.
bsy mails.
Nearly ten thousand nereoni aaMnmhlr.! nn
the race ground, on Monday last, to witness tbe
eonteet between Deerfoot and Samuel Baker, of
London, for tbe ten mile champion oup and
50. The Indian won easily, completing the
whole distance nnder fifty-four minutes, Snd
finishing as fresh as when be started.
THE LONDON NEWS IN A PET.
[From the Daily News, Nov. 28.]
Th American Ooveroment la anroU tti mn.i
anfertuaate of government), or els the most
sanguine. An officer of the Federal Navy hu
s raok a better blow for the Tibet nana th.n
either Qenetal Beauregard or Johnston bse jet
been able to do. There Is rejoicing on board
the Nashville, aud if Mts-n. Yancey and Dad
ley Mann did not feast their friends last night,
they missed a flue opportunity. The news by
the La Plata, which we publish to-day, will raise
the epirils of tbe whole Sooth. The United
States Government for, until the eot is disa
vowed and atoned for. on it must fall the tv.
sponsibillty has struck i!s beet friend in the
face, a friend that never yet when smitten 00
the left oheek turned the right for a seoond
blow.
The r.moto ooneeqnenoes of this aot we shall
not attempt to prediot. Enough for the present
mat it is one wbloh will make it the duty of onr
government to insist on ample, complete and
Immediate satisfaction. lis wanton lolly bids
us hope that Lieut. Fairfax was acting without
icstructions, and that the Washington oabinet
will no sooner learn what bas taken place in the
Bahama channel, than ll wilt disavow the act,
restore Messrs. M.e.n and Slideil, and tender
the fullest apology. , Nothing abort of this re-pars-Jon
oaa be accepted. Until there baa been
time to receive news from Waibingtoo, we feel
bound to believe that the seizure of passengers
00 board the Trent was an aot as much in . ax
cess of duty as It was in violation of public
law. imo government should know better than
that of the United States the lines which sepa
rate the rights of belligerents and neutrals re
spectively. While this war lasts we most sub
mit to Dave our mercantile vessels Stopped on
the high seas by both parties in eearoh of eon.
Iraband. Had Lieut. Fairfax confined himielt to
demanding Mr. Slidell's dispatches, and taken
tnem on, we most Rave acquiesced in bis visit as
one ot the disagreeable occurrence inoident to
voyage in the nclchborhood of contending
foes. But the seisure of poisons etande on a
different footing. In the ejtsof Mr. Seward,
Messrs. BUdeii and Mason are rebels; in our
eyes they are Simply passengers. And the
Washington government may rest assured we
ball . pe-aoU It in ka It rebel nk of
our vessela than we should concede a similar
right to Austria or Russia. .
ine circumstances 01 this event still more
trongly compel as to believe, in the absence of
direct evidence, that this aggression wa. order
ed by the United States government. The oab
inet at Washington knows perfeotly well that it
eaonot aot In this fashion with Impunity. In
fact mt thie moment it eauie IU$ ot our nurcv.
IT . . ... . ... -
vv e couia wun ease remove toai severe pressure
which it exerts on the South bv means of ita
blookade, and on wblob, far more than on the
sword, it relies tor eqocess. ! Wa eould open all
the Southern ports at onoe to receive gold, and
commodities, end' munitions of war, In return
for cotton. - And If need v. ere, we could at
small cost find abundant Occupation for all tbe
San Jaolntos they oonld muater.and for half the
armyot tbe fotomao Into , tbe bargaiiu Wo
have given no provocation lor this outrage.
The course of our government bas been uni
formly iorbeaiing and considerate. Lord Palm
erston's hlh spirit bas manifested itsolf only in
magnanimity, jno minister coma nave Avoided
more anxiously all that eould "fairly give of
fense, or when occasions for remonstrance have
arisen, as In the recent Imprisonment of British
subjects, have-Woe himself -with mere p.
tienoe. .- And for what objoot should tbe United
States gove.un.ent risk a rapture with this coun
try t For tbe miserable gratification of getting
the persons of two Of its adversaries into Its
power. The Washington oabinet has shown It
self sufficiently Imbecile, but to-authorize the
lorolble arrest of gentlemen under the protec
tion of the Brilleb Bag would be nothing less
than madneee. -
ARRIVAL OF A CONFEDERATE VESSEL AT LIVERPOOL.
[From the London News Correspondent.]
LIVERPOOL, Wednesday, Nov. 27.
- To-day there was a good deal of excitement
on 'Change, In oonsequenoe of the arrival in
the Mersey, late on Tuesday evening, of a Con
federate vessel dlreot from Charleston. The
name of the new arrival is tbe Helen, eommand
ed by Captain Weeterdor f. She left Charleston
on the evening of the 2d Instant, and Captain
Westerdorf Iq.orms us tbat he passed safely out
to sea, without seeing any of the blockading
squadron, the eotrtnoee to the port being quite
oloar of the Federal fleet. i.The , Helen Is an
tl.0all DUlll oara oi mree uunureu aoa roriy
av a . a I I - -I J a
w, aa ukihii; iiawnvuv in, tvm uvr,
.' j-iS f-jS - - - 3Ct"'"';
and rppnlar nil Final 'f aa fkia- m
eleven hundred h;:r.V 1Z "T 2"
vulHiniuD Diainiw shnn Hh. I... . .
A.A .,. . w. luaiu auu flr nnU-
i-Vtwo bundled TiuTl SK
which she was obliged to unship .gsjo, In i con'
sequence of the determination of u Cberle!.
ri flV J U noaw 'he Coofed-
f"te fl? nde the passage from Cbarles-
on to taU port In twenty-four day." althoogh
' Storm, '.eather8-
. .. --Bu .uu aiuuoess or the oons goees of the
Le?. T. VI 1 .?2red with fllM CbarlistSS
pepere, the latent d.tu v i..n,
Al,hn..l. i "v'"6 -'Uieuiutr -o
id In "a tPhP' "oon,lde'bly diminish-
nr h. ..'i.. :.',r7" news
,n-T ' aft'i IMm tD North and Eu
rope. The papers are well adycr.Ised and oon
aln numerous patriotic oalls noon the nannl. r
ine Houitr for volunteers, and Judging from
the rejoinders these "oalls'' are well responded
0 mm nor run ipnm
ARRIVAL OF THE BERMUDA AT HAVRE WITH
THOUSAND BALES OF COTTON.
[From the London News, November 28.]
. A consldcr.ble doubt exists nnon the niinn
as to whether the 8ntuhnvnra ..nM ...j ...
- .....v.. nvwlfv. HUH UU If"
too to Europe should they have the ohance: and
nLrU mutt ,' tb? Bermnd H"
nearly 2000 b.lca of oottoo would lead to the
supposition that such a proceeding 1 practicable,
s lew observations on tbe subjeot from peraons
arrived direot from tbe tkwtti may per bap be
or some advantage to holders and Intending
speculators. The fact that tbe Bermuda arriv
ed with cotton is due solely to tbe circumstance
that ehe took out an immense cargo of cloth
lug, arms and ammunition to tbe Confederate
States articles of which the Southerners stand
lu very great need. In consequence of their
iwvlccs to tbe Confederates, tbe owners and
ciptalo of the Bermuda were given gratuitous
ly 'be whole of the cotton they brought to
tJatre. It was exoreaalv Intimated tn than,
that uo cotton would be allowed to go to Eu
rope except In vessels which brought Into
Southern ports articles of primary necessity.
In proof of this we may state tbat the cap
tain of tbe birk Helen, which arrived at Liver
pool yesterday, direot from the South, was ob
liged to take out of his vessel no less than 250
bales of cotton, tbe private property of the
owners of the vessel, whose devotion to th.
Southern cause Is well known and unanimously
. -..(sui-tu, uu, umy iu America, out in Cog
land. Should, therefore, aay otber vessels at
tempt to imitate the Bermuda, and 'run the
blockade" Into Charleston in ballast, the
would be grievously disappointed in the bone of
securing any cotton.
The Bermuda did not sail from Liverpool, but
from Falmouth, on the 23d Augnsl last.
Interesting News from Price's Army.
We have obtained information direot from
General Price's camp, as late as last Thursday.
i ne main portion 01 nis army was in Usoeola
and its Immediate vicinity. One division was
ncr.h of the Osage, and another waa to have
crossed on Friday. The entire was to move
soon, to and new fields for forage, supplies hav
ing been exhausted.
Uen. fnoe baa over fifty cannon, some elcht
or ten of whiob are rifled. All of them are
well provided with gunners, horses, and ail
necessary equipments. Very recently he reoelv
ed nine oannon from the South a large num
ber of new teots, and clothing. His men are
oomfor.ably clothed, but not in uniform drees,
and are not (offering for want ot shoes, as bas
been reported. Tbe men regard tbe rebel army
aa invincible, and are anxious lor a fight. Gen.
Price may, howevtr, be better posted than they
are, and possibly will hesitate to lead them
where they are anxious to go to Central Mis
souri tuougn u is saia tbat rnce himself de
clares that be Is done retreating, and 1. bound
for tbe Missouri river at all haiards. His per
sonal friends and relatives on tbe river, and in
central Missouri, expeot blm, sooner or later,
and are doing all they can to further his views.
They sr. very active in drumming op men to
go to his assistance or be ready to Join blm
when be reaches the river. They are organis
ing their men so that at a given signal, they
ean assemble In force, and do whatever ie deem
ed neoessary. It wss generally understood, In
his osmp, tbat the railroads were to be first
crippled, to prevent the transportation of Fed
eral troops. This being done, tbe army he
would bring with him, and tbe recruits his
friends bad eolleoted together, would enable
them to enjoy comparative peace In the rich
counties of Central Missouri, during the winter,
and perhaps begin to realise some of that 200.-
000,000 of Union property referred to In his
proclamation. He and his friends expect to
carry out this programme, and loyal citnens tn
that section, knowing their plans, and dally
seeing their operations and bearing, are becom
ing alarmed. 1
We should not deceive ourselves. The rebel
element of -tbe country Is in motion. It Is em
boldened, oecfldent, and overbearing. It langbs
at proclamations, seeing tbat thev are seldom
enloroed. Is It not time to begin to do more
and say less? Let tbe responsible men of tbe
reoei party tooee woo stay at borne and send
out men bankrnpt In morals and moans, and
thoughtless boje let snob men be captured
and made to feel the power of tbe Government
they are betraying. Let them leel It In their
persons and property, and we shall soon be able
to spare our army for otber fields. Tbe prompt
arrest and punlcbment of a dosen such mealn
each of tbe oountles along the river, and In the
Center of tbe State, would effect more real good
than a brigade of soldiers.
A ison of General Prloe bas been elected
Brigadier-General, In plaoe of John B. Clarke,
and Martin Green succeeds Gen. Harris in the
same position.
. There Is no real difficulty or misunderstand
ing between MoCulloon snd Price, aa baa been
frequently stated. MoCullooh le or was In Ar
kaaaa. hi, (a mar ready and willing (according
to his own declaration) to follow Price wherev
er he leads. 1 Price was pleased at the Idea of
tne publication or tbe diioottity between tbem
said it was Just what he deeired. ' There was
a question of rank, one holding aState.and the
other a Confederate commission, which they
knew would be remedied by the transfer of the
Missouri troops to the Confederacy and the
appointment of Frio to a Major-Generalship
by the C. S. A. which wss expected by them,
bnt which Gov. Jackson thwarted. It is known
in oamp that Jackson was working to degrade
Price and It would seem that he has succeeded
in doing it Col. Heath, a West Folnt Cadet,
and an officer In the Mexioan war, having been
appointed to the command ot the rebel force In
St. Louis, Republican, 13th.
i ; ..
' ID It bas been stated thai tbe American In
diane, and after .them the Germans, sre tbe
moat celebrated for long ' Jaw-breaking" names.
but tome chemlste area matob. for them both
put together. Ooe has lately given the term
"methyleihylamylophenyl ammonlsm" to a
preparation of "wood spirits' and ammonia.. H .
SoRtrrama Novtt. .Mr. H. Berkeley, M. P
in a recent speech on Amerloan affairs at Brls
tol, England, audibly proclaimed the following
striking novelty: "
'To suoh an extent is tbe distinction oairied
oat. that when, on tbe 4th of July, the -anniver
sary of American independence U celebrated,
the black. ma. is not allowed to oelebrate It on
the same day as tie white man end therefore
the tthitet teUoreUt thtir great natienal ftttivtl e
the fourth, awe- the black on thtfittk.r , .1
Mr. Berkeley 'S evidently an original genius,
else be never coma nave made so remarkable a
discovery. . It is entirely original with, him-a-
We never heard of it before.. . -
One of the mast extraordinary salt wells on
record, perhap hi now In operation at Wells-
vllle, Ohio. .The well was rank lo aotfoipa
tion of finding oil, bat when at a depth of four
hundred snd eighty feet the borer) strcok a
vein of gai, what, bunt forth- with such vio
lence as to eject all the tools need Ineorlng, to
gether with two hundred leel or pipe wbloh bad
been- previously i-Uroduoed.' The boring tad
J 1 X - - .1. .a.la -a.
oevopea-a -very ewong rem t sail water,
suivayintHsnutvi.. i-uauavm, .-..
j -e-i t- ta t. vn j - . -v j
' ' Ze!E?mmmmmewmtmeem
ONLY PREPARATION
1 ' THAT BAB ,
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
Ana rrowo nioro anal more pepaiar
: - : . - eTT. . , , .. .,b , . .'.''
Aad UatlmoDlila, new. and almn-i witimai .u.
might be given from ladle and gntlaeo la all grade,
of sockKy, whom unlud leeumoay son eon Id istlst,
that Prof, Woed'e Hair Restorative will res ton th bald '
nd gray, and prrr th hair of th loath to eld an.
Inalliuyoathful beaaty. .
Battle Creek, MU4,, Pea. Slst, .1888.
Pro. Woow Tb wilt cleaM ascent a Una tn Inhm
the tkat the hair oa ay bead all fell si ve tavantv .
year, ago, caused by a ooaspUcated obroolo dlieaae. at
tended with aa ruptlon on lb head. A eoauniaal
eoun of nuTrin( thronf h llf having reduoed au to a
tat of dependence, I Lav not ben able to obialn staff
for oapd neither have I been able to do them p, to oa
aequtno of which my bead hu auffared extremely from '
cold. Thil Induced m fee pay Brurn A Hod roe almoat
the laeteent I bad oa eartb for a two dollar boultof thy
llalr Beetorablv. about th Brat of An.nat lot. I hara
faithfully followed th dlnottoaMad th bald spot I now
oortnd with balr thick and black, though ahert. It la
also womlng la all over my bead. rtlug eooOdeot
that another larg bottl. would restore it nclrly
and permanently, 1 feel anxious to perteverre In It a,
and being deetltut of means to purobae any mora, I
would aak the If the wouldst not be willing to sad aa
an order on thin aaanta for a bottle- and nauitra to thaw.
elf the lerlptur dacleratloo "Ui reward is to IhoM
thai are kloa to me widow and Ui. futherleee
-rtf"wr, n nl. cowntjr, Indatoa, Feb. lib, UsM.
Pros'. O. i. Wood! Uar Mr: la th. latter nart ol
the year IBM, while attending the Stat and national
Law School of the Stat ot Sen York, my hair, from a '
cans unknown to me, oommenced falling og very rap.
tuij, ew uia, ui uie lumv apace Dl sua monull, IO0 WHO I.
upper pan of my aoalp waa almoat entirely bereft of It
oorerlng, and muob of th remaining portion upon the
rile and baoa, part of my head ebortly after necame gray,
so that yo will not be eurpriaed when 1 tell you that up
on my return to the Stat of Indiana, my more casual
acquaintance wr not to snach at a low to discover th
cans of tb change la my appearance, as my mora lntt
mate aoquaintanoe. were to reoornlae me atall.
at one made application to tbe moot skillful nhni-
claui in th country, but, reoelring no assurance from
them that my balr would aga'ji be restored, I was fored
to beoom reoonotied to my fat, until, fortunately, to
th latter part of th year 1837, your Use tor tire a as re-
eommended to me by a druggist, is being th moat relta-
di stair neaiorauv in uee. i tried on bottle, ana
found to my great satisfaction that It was producing th
desired effect. Btno that time, I hare used seren dol
lars' worth of your Restorative, and aa a result, hare a
rich ooat of vary soft black hair, which no money can
bay- ... ...
ab a mark or my grauiuoe ror your labor and (kill in
th prod action of o wonderful an article. I bar nee-a
mended lu ue to many of my friends and acauaintance, '
who, i am nappy to inform you, ar tor it with us
ffast. Very reipeotfully, your,
A. HVLATTA.
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, and sold by all dealers throruL-
out the world.
Th BwtoratlT I put up In bottle of tbr siaee. via.
bug, medium, and small; the email bol ls X a pint, and
retails lor one dollar per Dome; ine medium holds at
least twenty per oent. more In proportwB than th small.
and retails lor two dollars a bottle; th Urbt bolda a
quart, 40 areent, mora lo proportion and retails for S3
bottle.
0. 1. WOOD a CO.. Proprietors. 444 Broadway. Ne
o-k, and 114 Market Strl, St Lout, kto.
And sold by BOUKUl'S a nAUUab. Oolumims, Out ,
and by all good Diuggtiti and Fancy flood! Dealer ,
aprtllidfcweowu.
PEOF. WOOD'S
I'll!
BLOOD JaEOVATOa
ft
Is precisely wnat Ita name tndioatsa, for, while,
Inlcasanl lo tb tut. It la rertrlrri ng, exhilarat-
Lng, lnTtgorating aad atmegthenuig t. ttu vital,
(power., aud at th am time revirilloe. letn-
jsiat, and renew tb Blood In all lu parity, and.
.uaa a. vnoa TW.fi aa ww i tvauv . WK, a y wr, ...
rMroMsto attaeke odlttaee. It li the only
branaratlon .rav otX.rad t tn world, M etuwu-4 . .
preparation .rev otl.rad t tb world, M ebsau
U cally and aalllfully romblneo aa lo be th mo.tlrjl
r1lpJwerful tonlo, and at tb eame Urn so prfeetlyfJ
adapr-sd to, as to act tn per.eeiaocordance with taai .
Cjra of nature, and bauoe will eootht the tcsoiea-i,
HortMch, and ton op th dbteetiv Ofgana, andirs
tbua allay all nerrooa and other trriution. It b1 W
jluerieeily exhilarating, aud at the eame time It uv
STi 'com posed entirely of vegetables, yat so exnulxnad k
4 1.. ,n nMwtuMM Ih. mn., l .r.i.i.iN utTu.t mill I '
viae to produoo the moat m.rouKn touio ellect, with
Siva. nuiiwbiiiB m, ii.im. wuwMwnv... wnui.
!a remedy has long been fell to be a doaldeialum iu:J.
law medical world, for It needs no medical skill toll"
lie UmtdcMlttytoltow alt atlaoJuof disease, auo
. -. J ... .
ibrocMda and Indeed Lava th araDam oiien to theJL
0 Insidious attacks of mauy of th most fatal, uch,r
for iampl, aa tb following: Ovn.itmpuen, la l"
idigettion, Dyspepsia, Loss of Appetite, Falnuiau,
rterroue irmaniiiiy, ".e-raicia, raipiuuoaot uim
Ueart, idelauoholy,iiaut:ffeHta, Laogaor, Uiiiuj-lft
aeas, KetsnUon of, ae well as Faintui oaatnutel jn
too profu, or loo scant Menitruatloo, and Satl-11
ttng of th Womb. Thai all depend upoa geueraH
deoility. Thie para, healthy, tonic uordlal audi
Blood ateuoTator u as sun to sure as uu sua ioii.
Briaa w. a am..w ui ih, a.Hu.a aww. ... 1 1 . ,
ibis Is not all. If th system ta weakened, we arojw"
opn to bilious attaoka, th liver bocoiue torpid J
. t . KM I. . I . W . . . I, Un.lfT
for won aiseaaeu, in Kianey reruae so peiiurouaa.
their funetion. and we are troubled with eoaldlcula.
and Inooottnenc of urine, or Involuntary dn
cbarg of tb sauna, pain la tb back, sloe and rm-ls. '
twn th shoulders, exoeediualv liable tu aliabi ll I
wolda, oougha, and If anchecked, soon uiaaatiouirr
follow, and tb pancol goea down to a prrmautrvl
grave. Bat pw will not allow us to euumerauj
lb many UU to which we an liable In a weaaeneotU
loonditloo of th ayatem. But w will aay, to Uual
Oordial and Blood Benovator you have a pevteut
safe,' pleaaaat and effectual remedy fov lose ui PI
Appetite, buioueneee, riatnienoe, weaa ana n.Mvr
dtumach. Languor, atirer Complaint Chills an
Iferar. or any Bilioua attatk. Ooatlreneea. Actditjl
jf tbe Stomach, rterrousnesa, neuraig,, rainu I
donor th Heart, Depression of Bplrtu, nun
Simple on the Fao, or any dlasai anslag iiuu. .
BBurs blood, such as Scrofula, Krysipelas, Ur'jt, H
'bltl. Oough, ditbcalty of Sraatbing, aud all tha
-class ot eieoeise call.d lemai weaaucai, auu i
i enumerated above. W will tin aay the traveler I
Uaposed la epidemic, ohacic f ellovau and wat-
C, will U.UU u a pieaaaab, aiua auu aura raiucwj ,
id none should arer travel without. ' Kaador.
try It, for we aasur yea you will find In it a irssud;
ladei
leed. aa well aa a friend In need, all pereoiisuf!
sedeatarr aeblfa will and tt a perfect preventive oli
o
las wall aa cur. far thoaa ailment, to wuicu tney ai.
uartlcularlT ex noted. Hence ainaten,Muaeau,ai
larnav.. Utararr aantlamea.and ladies who an un'4
ascustooMd to moon outdoor exeicue, will Sod ill
ce their advantage to keep a aotueooaauuitly oa
iband: and. aaor all. motner. or theee becomlOKl
suoh; will go through that moat dangerous pertou
oot only wtb all their (Muatoaud strengua, bud
aafa and free from tne thousand ailment! so prev-l
alact amon the female portion of tb world, lot
..here. It ta Indeed a mother' cordial. Try It, oul
aad ,oung; no longer run the rise of delay; itwilil1
relieve and pror tueir emunauoaiv a -MMoro-i
0
fiaa Oordial and lood Renovator.
O. J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, tVewl
York, tad 114 Market Streat. SU Louis, ilo audi
Isold by KOBAKT8 A BailUEL, Columbus, Olil
all good : Druggist. rrtoe ua Boilarl
oer BoUl. , .; . . c .j arobw9-d-iweowly
..,.., . . ,
UMI1VA
lachiac Mannfactsring Compaivf ' .
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Nawito3itV
Viae acca.o.Bs.r
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STEAM ENGLNES & BOILERS,-' "
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No. 29 South High Stroet, Columbus, - law
A RB NOW OFTM-KO i.. :' .e ' ll i ,t .tn.! ill
i. 000 yardi Tiavelu. , Sim Good! at 8, rala ,
. . .- Kla-erBts.' "V - i-'d
1-Knti
SseO yards Trarellni
yards Trarelln Urea Oood at 1SX, rata SO ot. " , l
ytrdi KnglUb Bera.ee at WH, value 2S eenU. .
yards Freneh Organdl at 1-K, vla90eBtai 3. M
WKSJ
PKMyard
Soon vartli Vast Ooiored Lawns at 10. ralu IS eenla.
1000 yardi Foulard Dress Silks at 37X, value SO eentt.
UU0 rard. Super Plata Blank 8 Ilk M S 1 00. valaaaiBS
Kobei of Organdl Brag, and Bngllah Berage, at one
half their Value.
i
BAIN ft BON. . '
89 Boutb High Street.
pEPKCtiAlVT "4K "WATeit'FMOOF
fX CLOAK CLOTHS. Aba, otber make ol SprinaK
VWI viviia.uui w.wai aiuibaiva -uinainra 77-
sets and Bateose s ia!cb. ' i BAIS a. t&b.
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