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COLUMBUS.
OHIO,; WEDNESDAY-
MORNING. DEC. 18: Wr;
.it.?. .ir.jTTt Vgm.
in lollaIej m yeab,
DAILY. TRI-WEEKLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY 6t MILLER,
TJBIUH1BJ AHD 1B0BIXT02S,
. . " i i mi hi i .
tr Office Nos. 86, 88 and 40, Worth High It
I1RM8 INVARIABLY IN ADVANOI.
, wlr" ,arr,0,,, pw WMk
trl-Weekly . . . tooiiriii,.
weekly,
1 00
irins of AdvetrtUiiix br(Ue Square.
oKMnlVtai.,'.oo 00
On " V. mor.ths 18 W
3d 1 0 Monti, i w 00
Due ' 3 months 10 00
One sonar 3 waaItm. A nn
0u .. " , Sweeke.. 00
Ond ''Iwcrt.,. I7J
n " 3 days.., 1 00
On- " Sdtyi... 75
Ona 11 1 iniarllan SO
On " I moptli. 5 00
I vhs 1 lUHIUOO 90
Ppyctal KoUcea," dvubU th atdlnarv rMu.T ,
ir i,'!i,!7r,,;B,S.t? PMi"hdby Uw, legal r.Ui.
d., US dm?J2'fhn"?Ke liter the flmweek
per pen,., more th&n the above ratee; but all tuoh wll
P pear In the Trl-Weekly without oharie.
.1 .."iU! URr.', not dinfr five Uoet, per year. In
He, t30perUiKrutaide$U. w
l'L-"'a"I,, rtitmimtt mutt b paid for in
t'lvan fh, rule will notl vvWr..""
""""" """in ecept for a definite period. '
OAltDS..
ciiinoman.,, ''r' km CHirrnnmi
COUNSFX1 at, LAW,
ao W"allr. Street,
r 'Toificef of OlQr Judge.f U '
NEW YORK.
ITU TO
Boo. B. B. Payne, Cleveland, 0. ' ' '
Hon. H. H. Hunter, Lancaster, 0
DOVfMMD i ' '
T- W VT.TTT!
attorney and Counsellor nt ' Lw,
AND
NOTARY 1 PUBLIC
Q,
.FFIOB Ko. St BIOH BTKEIT. DtlBflti
- iNl oppoilteth.sutaHom., -V" .77
.,- "vu au "ir mallei
Kefereooee given when required
ECnr y JXooii.lor',
?(tate of Phalon'a tiUbllahment, N. T.,)
PROPUIETOK OF THEITflW taru
South High St., over Bain'B Store, '
SSif. "c,lon g"ou ,n 1,1 th
Wdlea and Chlldren'i Dalr Dreealng dn. In the heat
lt,la
fepI3dlr ,
OALT HOUSE,
Ko. 178 North High Street, '
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
will find thn.u if to on of
Ping place. eU,e "widt"y wnvenient itop
of u5i357.kc4 ' ?U h"" of ths "'e"1
NATIOrJAL HOTEL,
X AB UNION DBPOT,,- ,,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
TBBM8......
octS3-3o ' '
0NB SOIjIiAB FEB DAY. i
i F. A. B. SIMKIN8,
Attorney o,t Trr
vi AMD NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oace-AibcU Building. opi-oBlte Oapltol Square.
. v - r , - 0OLDMBUB. OHIO,
OS230RNB,
Attorney 'Counsellor at Law,
"MARION, OHIO.
M. C. LILLEY
And Blank-Book . STanulMtnrer,' '
JrivSi? VF' OHIO
KA0BRASW0RKS,
, Corner Spring Water ftta.,
w, : potts r&;'x6o;
.... ii . r - . ' '
and Manufacturers of Brass and Composition OasUnns
FlnUhed Brass Work of all Description.
Electro!! Plating - and iSiWing !
o i tncil. CMTTfNC, &C.
febi iMlr t w
tylamBgjr Wholesale Liquor Store
:; LACELLE ROSS & CO., ' "';
CpitlMISSION , MERCEf ANTS,
' ,' l ! tMPpBTEBB AND DEALERS IN
Foreign and Domestic Winei, Brandies,
3
c. to.
ALSO,
OLD RY; MbNONGAHELA 4 BOURBON
F 1 1 . - ' '
i vfud '(ii
WHISKY.. :
.-tr .i.
WAREHOUSE AND OFFICE, Ssi SOUTH HIGH St.
.CO :'! l lll 'l : "- I -.
i. !
sepSdlyl
r COIUMBUSf,' OHIO."
f
WM. H. RESTIEAUX,
(STJeOESSOH TO ilcKEE tt RESTlEATji) '"
Kb'i'lOtv 'South - HjghBteeeV
it lutM. raw Si. ftf aK. ft ' '""'I'1;' '-
C R OCE R I E 8, PRO DUC E
..PROVISIONS -
-jt'-U V(t'' '" .I1 "I i' '
Foreign and- Domestic Frnitv '
itui) :. t.' U-iiwiuT;tioi .Jtril v,.j.ti i;.:lt'
FLOUBr AIT," JilQDORB, ETC.''
tt orAce & COMMISSION :
".-f ic-..j'-'
,!W"?-ai" r'oD'
. j,a of :
c BUSINESS
J! it w I,.,
;.s-i-.ttei-ni:,v
3VOBQE8TER'S
ROYAL' QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Xh , LateitThe largeitTha Beit,
.. The Cheapest Beoaaie the Beit,
' ' ''r.,1 ii-''"'' ( ' .. . -
The note Kellai.U Standard Au
.tkorlCjr f tbe Entfllita L.anKnage.f
.- ,r. ta ITundrtil XmlntniRXwntor of Ohio,
"tHB BEST It'OLIBH SIOTIONABY EXTANT."
trary Mm JUvtryvihtrt.
'Hit are upward! of Hundred Thonaaod Wordi,
let beforo the'eye"''' B,,'u"1 P""nlt0B are clearly
. 1 v: ' ' . . 1 Oinrtnnatl CommatMaX, i
Xtad lUDecttlont of tio Membert of th Ohio Slat
The undenlgned, memberi of the Ohio State Teachera'
JatOClatlOD. adont and Blm n nu In Mhln
and jakln, ihaetUiogTatihT anl pronnclatlon of
Woreoiter'a Koyal Quarto- Dletlonar, and we Boat eor.
.r l'Tr"" awu reliable alandard au
thority of the English language, aa It la now written and
ipoken. . . , ;H , .
toin AnDRtw,, President Eenyon OolleRe.
M. p, Laoarrr,' Superintendent Zaneaviile Bohoola.
Tnoe. W. HaBVir, Sup't Maul Ion Union Schools.
M. F. Oowdmit, Bop't Publlo Bohoola, Bandusky.
loan Lima, Snp'tPublio SchooU, Oirolevllle.
B. N. BmroKD, Principal Cleveland Female Semina
ry. (
War". MiTOBitt. jjup Publlo Bcfcooli, Mt. Pnloa.' .'
'ojm Oann. Srlnflioal iu Scnnai. annnA.
OlnotonaM PrlnclP? lourth Intermediate Bchool,
H. B. Uartir, Sup't Canton Union Schools,
i Zvwm - rrlnotpal McSeely Normal Bchool.' C
I U T. Ijtmx, FrW. MatlMaaatia, Ohio Univsrslly.
W. W. Kdwaids, Snp't Troy Union School.
A.-G. Morcim. SriBaia&t Waat UUh ilnkul. Dkn.
t&u.iW-- ; r. '
8. A. HOKTOH. Aaaoelaia Prlnclnal ni.h Rrhnnl niau.
land.
Thwjdom Stwiuio, Principal High Bohool, 01ev
Bid.: I I t 1 1 i ; 1 . ;
B. P. BoKiaTOR, Principal Cleveland Institute.
J. A. Gakjiild, President of Electic Institute. Bl-
ram.' ' "
W. L. BaRUU. Prof, nf flhumtitrv- fill In Wuluin
university. ' . , , - ,
H" ,,1Ti B-0emmlas1oBer of Common Schools,
VUIVI , '
J iajtta Moraoi, Prof. Rhatorto, Oberlln College.
Tnjs. Hu.l, President Antlooh Colloge.
i?' H' OATHOiRT, Prot. Mathematics, High
Bchool, Dayton.
S. 0. ClDHllFlll. Prof. T.inrai ba . tlUh flhnAl
DaytonV ' .--. -,- --v...
B. Jl. Bariir, Snp't Union Schools,' Ashland. '
Mori than Sim BanAnul MHaw rwMfr fMlA.
04$, Profknor; Author and DiHrttuititd Muea
tori, havimdoritdthtabovtttnHmAnU. .
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
M ARirrTA Couxoi "It la truly a magnificent work,
an honor 4o th author, the ambllsbera, and th whole
eountry.y-Prealdent Andrews.
OHIO WmLIVAM T7MtVKRaiTT...Tt ArnAAA m ,rna.ta.
UonS It Will be Dl truld in orthrHrntnhv ami nwmnn.
elation, and will often b consulted by m for It neat
ana accurate actuations." president Xhompson..
W. B. EcLUTflc GoLLm. "tferetnlnni riavA nwil
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faculty, It waa decided to chance It to conform to that
of Worcester's Bojal Quartq Dictionary." Preldeot .
Garfield. . 1
Wistirk Rnirava Oou.ts. "T find It w,.'r!n f
cordial approbaUon." President Hitchcock.
OBtkUR Cousna. "It mora than maafa tnv ATnata-
tlons). I recommend It aa th standard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." Prestdont
Morgan. , . ,, .
Amtoca Collmb. "I adont and aim to use In teach
ing, writing; and sueakinK. the ortboiraDhv and nronun.
eiaUon of Woroester'a Koyal Quarto. Dictionary.
PresidentHUU , : ..'if , ! , ;.4
"In ill my writing, (peaking, and teictllng, I hare en
deavored to conform to the rules for orthography and
pronunciation as contained In Worcester's Dictionary.'
uorace mann, late rrosiaent.
Kxxvoa Coluss, Gahbtir.-'l mostcordlallv recom-
mond It a th most reliable standard authority of the
angusn language a It I now written and spoken."
President Andrews.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
Iron Rm. Anton Smyth, OommUHontr of Common
tXMKU in VtliQ..
"The Dictionary Is an Imperishable monument to th
learning and Industry of Ita -author, and an honor to the
world of letters. The mechanical execution is far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted," From Bon, 8. ,B. Barnm, Bo-CommittHontr' of
. ' SchooU in Ohio.
The most reliable standard authority -of th lan
guage."
WHAT TBI
Leading Newspapers of Ohio Say.
from th Cltmland En-aid of XareA S8.
Th orthography of th Worcester Dictionary Is that
used by most, if not all, "authors of distinction In this
country and England, and conforms to the general usage
of ordinary writers and speakers. t
- Whatever prejudices may bav existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add it to ui wen seieciea nnrary, o u large or small,
It is a library Initaeir, and win remain an imperisha
ble record of the learning of It compiler.
trom tht Cincinnati Oommtroial of April 30. .
Her are upwards of a hundred thousand words good.
bad and Indifferent whoa multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work is
unquestionably th greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever published. ..
from the Clemland PlalndtaUr of. Sept. 20, 1860.
Evidently WoRctwrn's Royal Quarto Dictionary U
not only (As tost, but the asrruxw of the kind ever it
sited, and can by no possibility suffer by comparison or
controversy.
from, the Toledo A$ladt of lfay 20., - , , ,
Aa to FanMDROtATIOX. WoROISTk IS TBI StAKDARn
followed by our best authors; In definition he leaves
nothing to be desired, and in Oithooratoy it I sufficient
to say that woaomut can be saieiy loiiowea.
INCnAirr ts BHACG, i
PiiblleUer, Booksellers & Stationer,
j NO. 191 SUPERIOR ST., CtETBLAND, OniO.
maid
j THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
N"o-wox'it, sr. T-
DlTldend January 1, 1801, 4SPr Cent.
ABBKTS. ....ii....U ,13,812150 50.
Statemenr Jannary 1, 1801,
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1880 (3,406,582 AO
Received for Premiums dur- ....
(ng th year 10 1763,053 55
Received for Interest during '
th year lew i,ui in
Total reoelnls for 1860....077.0ti7 7
Paid Claims by Death,967,050 00
raid roucies surren- , . .-
dered 41,111 39
Paid Salaries, Post
age, Taxes, Ex-
chaan.ato . 31,620 54 .' s ' ,
Paid Commissions to -
Agent .' 51,335 30 .
Paid Physicians' fees. 5,966 75
Paid Annuities 1,517 00
Paid Dividend dur- '
lug the year 166,560 75 565,091 03 411,079 14
Net Balance January 1st, 1861. '..10,812,558 50
. 1 , ABBBTS. . ' .
Cash on hand..... $6,6284 19 . '
Bond aud Mortgages on Bear
Estate, worth double th
,. amount loand... 5,327,841 68
Premium Notes, on Policies
in foro, only drawing 0 par - :
' cent, in ternt...... ,..,. Jtttfitt 17 Jt . V . ,
Real Estal 90,803 87
Loanson Scrip 5,931 44
Prtmlums, Notes and Cash, ia '-
eonrse of transmission..,, r 45,343 7
T.
Total Asset.
13,812,558 50
15T5 Polldei la foiw,'toiurliigX7"...t2o4aG,638
1,435 new Polldei cava been Issued during the year.
After a careful calculation of the present value of the
outstanding Policies of the Company, and having the
necessary amount in reserve therefor, the Directors
hare declared a jnvmu M u per sent, on tne rremh
ma oatd at the table rates, to all eoliais fee life In force.
Issued prior to January 1, 1U60, payable aceerdlng to th
present rule of the Company.
- Rates for all kinds of Life OonHngende, Prosptot-
sees, istatements, ana Applications, win d furnished
without cTunoa, at tha omoe or Agencies of tM.Conv
panyw,lo. " '"b - ' - -
R0BT. L. PATTERSON, President,
i j . . - L. 0. 0 ROVER, Tie President. . .
, B1NJ. C. MILLER, Secretary.
I U.K. Hti90Nt Agent, :
L . No. 4 Johnson Blook,
.- March 28, J861. , , , . Colnmbua, 0.
Pli A N riOCBEO BJ&AOK
DRBBS SILKS, of every grad. Th mort Kleot
wwi " v tn m aosireasor.Mii. rate. ;
" -i MAIN It BON.
wVtim Po. S9 t9tA liighitc ..
.SX'wtlTiul .!
1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
Conneollng at Crestline with th PITTBBURQH, PI.
I WATNE tt CHICAGO RAILROAD
lor rmbwQK, Philadelphia and MalUmore. Alto
for Fort Wayntand OMoago. '
Connecting at Cleveland wllh the LAKE SHORE BAIL
I B0AD
rr Dunkirk, Bntralo, Albany', II o
i ... "on, and New York.
n WO TEAUNS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
From Columbus, In connection with Trains on th
''AEn'A"?! ..ANn coLririnij
AMP XfcfllA HAlLltOADS,
, FIRST TRAIN. !
' NIClHr EXPBEBB Leaves Columbus at 3:50 A. U.i
will letve Davienirnrfl at )i afin. '
fi'Slif ta5.?,!rlttoU.' d 'l"Uons North t
-u -! un .AL.un, upen ngnal. arrivuiK at
V S!? .?". BklrR 4:!0P. M., Buffalo
3:30 P. M ' " ,S M-Bon
' SECOND TRAIN.
mNEW YORK EXPRE83 Leaves Columbus at 3:15 P.
M.i wl I leave passenger at all stations. Greenwich.
Rochts er, Columbia and Olmsted being staS
I ' ; CONREOTI0NB. '
Bf'fllS,i.T.,.U!PML,bl,Ih',t- W,Wn. and Chicago
A?i,r?o'riChto.got.,'bUrg,'V Bltlo..
At Bhelby.wlth Bandusky, Mantflf Id and Newark Ball-
Iot.tdor:nd0Chg1..01eV9land.anl, Ulti0 "r
n At,J.leJ.al2nd wllh llke Bnor Railroad for Brie
Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boston.
Patent Sleeping Can are run on all
j - flight Train! to Chicago, New
I York andBoiton. .
iLi-liiWi?" fork and Botton'
vici OtmUanAj alto, to Philadelphia and
Awo, York via Orestline.
. RETURNING.
! NtghtExPres.arTivcsatCoIumbusat...l:30 A. M.
Cincinnati Impress arrives at Columbus at 1:30P. M.
fare) as Law aa bjr anyotber Iloute.
j A,k f?r Tickets via Creitlineor Cleveland.
E.8. FLINT,
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
1 AMES PATTERSON. Agent,
Columbus, Not 10, 1861.
Columbus, Ohio.
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES HAIL
STEAMERS
TO AND FllOiTg
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW.
! Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
Th Montreal Ocean Steamship Cooiwny'a flrai-elaa
full-powend Clyde-built Steamer aail every Hat
J?. ?;S.'ronl0,?TI'ANI' "yngth Canadian and
United States Wall and passengers,
5?2?fN' NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
j NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOT A BOOTIAN.
Shortest, Cheapest andlalckcstCen
. reyance front
AKEEICA TO ALL PAEU 07 EUB0FE.
Rates ot Paaa;e to Europe,
1 830, ISQ6, fJSO.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUEDEO every Saturday, eallinr at
LONDONDERRY, to rec.lvon board and land Mallsand
Passengers, to and from Ireland and 8cotland.
miheee Bteamera are built of Iron, in water-tight
compartments, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attnti6n la paid to th comfort and acoommoda
!l?n P",D8'- As they proceed direct to LONDON.
DKRY.t kgtet risk and delay of calling at Bt, John's
i avoided, ' -
Glasgow passengers an furnished with ran pa nag
tickets to and from Londonderry
neiura ucaeis granted at reduced rates.
Certificate Issued for oarrrlnr tn mil muIma
sngers from all th principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at rducd rates, Vy this line of steamers, snd
b'S WrASUIf,TON LINE OF BAILING) PACKETS,
Sllfht Drafts lor and upwards pay-
! iavav luTiiiaianu) ireiana, scot
land or Wales.
For nassare. artnlv at fha AfflAA at nitoni.
WAY New work, and i.iviteu u'r- .
Lilverpool,
j , MBEl k SZABIX, Oenl AgtnU,
pr to- - J. R. ARMSTRONG
InolO-lydotw Post Offloe, Columbus. Ohio.
GUEIlNSinrS BALMI
! GUERNSEY'S BALM
REmOVCS AND PREVENTS I N-
flammatlon and naln. amhnaia th
scald, bruise, cut or fresh wound of any kind, prevent
swelling and pais from be stings, mosquito bites, and
rvuvuvw r.uw, uu(aiHi, rueumaiism, agu In the
breast, salt rheum, eto. When taken internally, it will
positively cur oroup lnohildren, and gives immediat
relief In the worst ease of this terrible oosaplalnti also,
remove hoarseness and sore throat. Price, SS eeataA
bottle. Should be in eve ij house. For sale by Drn.
gists and Storekeepers. IRVIN STONE,
1 ..aa.", , "OP"'! Bpruceit .New York
oot4dkwlyl
No real lustloe can he don tha ahnva ammmiiaa.
bat by procuring and reading descriptive pampbletaj
w.w"uu Aim u mun, or win oe sens by rroprietor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottlaa aAnt tn Phi
elans, who will find development In both worthy tUMr
aoeeptanc and approval.
Oorrespondenc solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompt to trial of the above reliable Rome
dies.
For sale by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN Ia. HFJNNEWELL, Proprlcto
CHEMIST AND rHARMACItmST,'
i So. 9 Commercial Whtrf, Boiton, Mass.
Roberts . Bamnal. N. R. Mml I. a. n..b v u
Denlg. a. Denhr tt Bona. A. J. Bc-hnallAr A- a.- a-...
I L A , ' ' . ,
ivc vuiuiuDus. vuio. mvl-dlv
V1??Xr8-I',:j,l!,H'IBI,lllpEI Cl-OTH
V BnilVTA I j i . . An . .
Aia, uow ue.igu. at a j uu t aiua aa uu.
1,500 yards Super Plain Black Bilk at $1 W-Valu
French Merihoi, 62)f cents Value 8TX eti a yard.
i ceuia vaiu f i vuayard.
BAIN at BON,
tl No. 99 South High Street.
d EHTL E Bl E N 8 FTJRNISHINO
Novelties in Neck Ti and Scarfs.
" " Byron and Garrot Collars.
Embroidered Pocket Handkerchiefs,
i Paris Kid Gloves, superior make.
! Golden Hill Shirt, various styles. ' '" -'
: Boy Golden HU1 Shirts, 4o r , - j .1
j Driving and Street Gloves, do -
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, various atylas.
. Half Hot and Under Garments,
' " . ' - I.' BAIN A? SON",
P'll No. US South High street
i Iatilea' lanen: Pooket-Handk'fi.
ri EM WED STITCHED I.IPIEPI HAND
X kerchief, very wide hems,
i Embroidered Linen Handk i all prices,
I Hemmed SUtohedand plain do, do.
t d0 1 rfv' ' elord korden; -: O
Monrnlng .de v . , t. Week borders -
' I pi. .t.5J ""rlcreiiUtchd.
Fine Apple do nw pattern.
Misses' Plain and WaanaMii .hk-a a. ....
Comprising the most select assortment in the city and
fm .v. ,y,a. WBeatfc High street.
BONNETS, RIBBON TAR4, ANS
RtJOHBS, new style,, just opened biw'J,H
'' , . j BAIN 4k SOH.;(
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Clnoinnati, Dayton IndUnapolii!
Through (o Iodlananolis without Change of Cr,
r end but 0ns Change of Cars between ;
' .'. Columbus and St. Louis. . . , t
. . ,
On and After Monday, Nov em tier
11, 1801.
- : -1 :.. $
Four Trains Daily fim''Oolumb'itS.
. FIRST TRAIN. . ; i .
NIGHT BXPREBS, via Dayton, at J a. m., stopping
at London, Xenla, Dayton, Mlddlatowo and Hamilton,
arrlvlpg at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m.j and at Dayton at
5:05a.m. oonneoting at CihclnnaU lor Louisville, Vln
oennes, Bt. Louis, and all point Southwest; arriving
at Bt. Louie a 1130 p. m. eonneoiing at Dayton for
Indianapolis, Ufayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, and all
point Welti arriving at Indianapolis at 10:40 a. m.( ,
' " 8ECOND TRAIN. ' ' '? '
ACCOMMODATION at 5:30 a. m. atopplng at all sta
tions between Columbus, Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 103 a. m.,and at Dayton at
8:JS a. m. i connecting at OlnclnnaH with Mall Line
BteamboaU for Louisville, end arVaytoa for Indiana!
oil. Md the West. (. -,71.
,. i-ijipjj TRAIN.
EXPRESS at 1:55 p. m., stopping at Jefferson, Lon
don, Charleston, Xenla, Oorwln, Morrow, Bo. Lebanon,
Foatar's, Loveland and Milford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 6:43 p. m.,at Dayton at S p. m.i connecting at Cln
with the Ohle and Mississippi Train for Louisville, Vln
oennes,, Bt. Louis, eto., etc., arriving at Bt. Loula at
10:45 a. m. oonneoting at Dayton for Indianapolis, La
fayette, Torre Haute, Chicago and all points West.
FOURTH TRAIN.
' MAIL at 4 p. m., stopping at all stations between
Oolumbcs and Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at 0:25
p. m. -
ITT' For further Information and Through Tlokets,
apply to M. L. DOHERTY, Ticket Agent, Union Depot.
Oolumbu.
P. W. BTRADEB, ,
Gensml Ticket Agent, Cinoincall. '
. JN0. W. DOHERTY,
Agent, Columbus,'
H. W.' WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Columbus, Nor. 10, 1861. .
1861.
1861. EAST.
UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UNITED.
J C0NNE0TIN3 AT PirTSBTJRGH WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
0FWR THE
Rhorte.t, Quiotcoae an Itlttaa ne.tra
bie Koai to alt Eastern Cities.
Trains Leave Columbus as follows:
VIA BILLAIRI.
VIA STSJStirVILLI.
iriornlng; express.
4:00 A.M. 3:10 P.M. 4:00 A.
past Hire.
M: 13MP.M,
, Aiim at MiLAms
0:40 P. M.
ARRtVt AT FtTTSICROR
3:45 A. M. 4.10 P. M. 10 00 P. M.
10:40 A. M.
4:10 P.M.
ARRIVI AT DARRiracRO
10 P.M. 3:10AM.
ARRIVI AT BALTTSTORI
8:WA.M.
3:10 A. M.
S:15 A. M.
1;40P. M.J
8.20 A. M.
ARRIVI AT PHILADELPHIA.
530 P. M. 7:40 A. M. 13:50 Pi
7:40 A.M.
HIW YORK VIA AM.IKT0WW, M. V.
11:00A.M. V:50P.M. 11:00 A.M. 5:00P.M.
VIA PHILADELPHIA
1015 P.M. 1:45 PiM.
145 p. M.
615 P.M-
VIA ALLRHTOWN.
Pasisniers by this line reach New York in .Aran, r
any Northern rente.
13:35 P. M. train la tha onlv era fr'ara flnhimhna At
this hour, and the only train by which passengers can
reach Baltimore or Washington tbe following day, and
arrive In Philadelphia or New York before dark.
ILfflleeplng cars on all night trains. .
The Only Route from Columbus to
Baltimore, Philadelphia or
Hew York
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
This train also connects at Bellalra with tha naitimnra
and Ohio Railroad.
ITTThls rout I 30 MILES SHORTER to Plttahnrth
and more than 100 MILES SHORTER to New York,
tuau nviUlwfU 1U1CI - -
0 Baggage Chocked Through to all lm.
portant points East. ,
ID" Aik for Tickets via Bellalr or Stsn-
benvllle. .. . i -.. ;r :. . ' ' "
D" Tlokets Good over either Route. :
' JOHN W. BROWN,
Antral Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R.
! IRA A. HUTCHINSON,
General Ticket AgentBteubanvUlo Short Line. .
Columbus, Nov. 38, 1861. ..,
'
REMOVAL,
WitUAM tt RESTtEAUX,
' DEALER IN
Groceries, '
... Produce,
. , . Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Fruits, etc. etc.,
HAS REMOVED HIS STORE FROM
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
to . '
No. 106, South High Street, .
Th old stand recently occupied byAWM. McDONALD
. . In r.-, ;
' He Is In dally receipt of
NEW AND FRESH GOODS
' ' Tn be irm su' ' . !'4o v ' ''''
Cheap for Cash or Conntrf PrOftttce.
tT Soodi delivered to Oily trad bt of chare. JT
vvriiiiaxrx. jcl. : ca-ili
COL.VnBUB, OHIO -
AGTOTPALWAREH01JS?
,.v And oeed Store, I
' " '.i - - BEALEE OT' " ' '
I GENERAL'H AftDAVARti1
NAILS, 0XAHS, SASH, PUTTY, CORDAGE,; v.
Otuas, PlstoUs Wood Willow Ware,
athrand Rubber Belttng, lace Uather, Hcee sa4
-; king. , t ---. f x (tl-dly
P)c8l)u Statesman
I ...' t .uj 1 1 1 ,T T B If i , t- '. .'.!
TH.WA-kiJr:'." -.w.oe
WMkiy.pery,
3 00
1 00
[From the New York World.]
Conservatism in Congress—A Test
Vote.
i entortuloAri Jn.h ii.. nu ,
T '" vuugres wouia ruu . wild on
tbe negro question, and lirnaii tim anitnn k
offlolous Intermeddllnev wifh th. Ji. ... "
--..v. wuiou pertnn to toe management of
uvv,ij reiievea. xno progress
thus far made proves that though tbe radical
party g active and resolute It ertnnot command
a working majority, and oonaeqdentl that there
Is no danger of the adoption of ultra measures.
The voto on the resolution introdueed. Into the
House by Mr. Lovejoy, censuring Gen. Halleck
for hU order prohibiting the admission of ne
groes within bis camps, and requesting the
President to direct him to modify it, has drawn
the dWldlng line between tbe radicals and the
conservatives in that branch of Congress, and
has proved that the eonservatirea am In tha ...
oendaut, It will be recollected bv reidpra of
we proceedings, mat me resolution mn.
ported by Stevens, Lovejoy and other earnest
radicals, and resisted by Mr. Blair of Missouri,
who was its most prominent opponent. After
sharp colloquy, in wbioh esveral members par-
Muipatcu, a iuuviuu was maue oy Mr. Vailacdlg
bam to lay tbe resolutldn on the table. Tbe
vote was taken bv Teas and nava. bva.v mAm
ber who hsav been distifjgttishta for modomts
views voting in the affirmative, and Mr. Stevens,
Mr. Lovrjoy and every member connnienrm. rn
radlcaliim voting In tbo negative. We copy
the list Irom tbs official OUbe:
The question was then taken on Mr. v.li.n.
dlgbam's motion; and it waa decided in tbe
affirmative yeas 78, nays 64; as follows:
Yias Messrs Allen, Anoona, Joseoh Bill v,
Biddle, Francis P. Blair, Jacob B. Blair, George
H. Browne, William G. Brown, Burnham, Cal
vert, Cobb, Cooper, Cox, Cravens, Crisfield,
Crittenden, Delano, Delaplaine, Diven, Dnnlap,
Dunn, English, Fisher, Fouke, Granger, Grider,
ugu, AAauuueib, naruiog, nsrrisoo, tlolman,
Horton, Johnson, William Kellogg, Killlnger,
Law, Lszeai, Learr, Lehman. McPhorann. Mail.
ory, Majnard, Menzies, Morris, Nixon, Noble,
Noell, Nartoo, Odell, Olio, Pendleton, Perry,
T. G. Phelps, Porter, Alexander H. Rice, Riob
ardson, Riddle, Robinson, Sheffield, Shellabar
ger, Bhiel, 8mith, J. B. Steele, Wm. G. Steele,
Stratton, Benjamin F. Thomas, Trimble, Upton,
VaUandlgham, Voorhees, -Waiaworth, Ward,
Webster, Wbaley, Chilton A. White, Wick
liffe, Woodruff and Wright 78. .
.,NMi Messrs. Alley, Arnold, Ashley, Bab
bitt, Goldsmith F. Bailey, Baker, Baxter, Bing
ham, Blake, Boffinton, Campbell, Chamberlin,
Clark, Colfax, Frederick A. Conkiing. Rosooe
Oonkiing. Conway, Covode, Davis, Dawes, Du
ell, Edgerton, Edwards. Eliot. Fantnn. r Mason-
den, Franohot, Frank, Goocb, Goodwin, Hooper,
aauwuius, duuau, jo.eiiey, rraucta w. Kellogg,
Laneing, Loomip, Lovejoy, Moorhead, Anson P.
Morrill, Jnstln S. Morrill, Patton, Pike, Potter,
Edward H. Rollins. Sedrwlck. Shank.. Khrm.n
Sloan, Spaulding, Stevens, Train, Trowbridge,
Van Horn, Van VVyck, Wall, Wallace, Charles
W. Walton, E. P. Walton, Waehburne. Wheel-
er, Albert S. White, Wilson, and Worcester
-64. -
So the resolution was laid on the table.
Although the reader will
the Teas maDT deoided Rpnnhli pans. Via arlll
find no name which has ever been prominent In
rmu orancn or mat patty, wbile among
tbe aaja be will recognize no prominent conser
vative. It Is olear that the radioals can have
no reasonable hope of cairying any o( their fa-
vvnie projecis, ana tnere is a reliable working
majority in the House that will support the
frsaident. As the radical! ranat now nnrta.
stand their weakness, we hon the mnmhora win
be willing to devote themselves to the practical
Ank nf 1 .. T . .1 . .
nvt.v. u, Bcniuu. lie! mem lorego diecoB
slons which can have bo other effeot tban to ob
struct and postpone important business. The
present conjecture is too full ot peril to allow
time to do WuStea in making motions and spout
ing harangues for "bnnconbB.,, Th VAr
multitude of separate confiscation and nmnnnf.
patlon bills that have been introduced proves
that many cf the nrooosera of thm mrnnt ha
In earnest. Why do not tbe parturient members
who are eo prolific In emancipation projects,
wait, and Drooose - their- neoiiliar notion, .a
amendments to Mr. Trumbull's or seme other
of the bills first Introduced? The reason is.
that tbey wish to signalize their zeal in the
cause. Tbey have radical constituent at hnm.
whose confidence thev court. Hill. P int.n.
duced which the movers bare no einpctation nf
passing. Their purpose is answered if publlo
aiveuiiiuu in cauea to tnemseives.
1 ibis would be a comparatively harmless
amusement ir tbe public business were less
grave and urgent. It requires little talent and
no reflection to makenoisr haranano on uh.
Ject ot so much popular interest as emancipa-
uu, uu, vu uianer an extensive ana complicat
ed subject like tbe finances of a great nation,
at a time of enormous expenditures, requires
muoa laborious investigation. We beg that
members will consent to incur this labor and
icrego tbo Dovish pleasure of anoutiner wind
.....I -1.1.1 . .... .. a a -i
poecuee, wmuu oaa Deen tuo curse and Ob'
struotlon of legislative business In former yean
Sailing of the Allied Fleet
—Insufficiency of the
[Correspondence of the New York World.]
HAVANA, Dec. 6.
Tbe great expedition of allied Snain. r pan st a.
and Eacland, ig finally off. On tha mnrniniy
of December 1st, as fine a day as ever oped the
enrtains of night on our beautiful isle, the sec
ond naval division of tbe expedition sailed from
pori amio toe most extravagant demonstrations
of enthusiasm on the part of the thousands of
peopie ot oom sexes woo blackened tbe chore
and housetops, and filled all the small boats
in tne naroor. ibis division is comnnapH nr
tbe steam propeller frigates Ledderd, Concoe-
Aion PAlAftrtllA. Pinna.. A. .,
w.vw, a a ilwh ud As.urias, ana tne
sidewbeel steamers Gusdelquiver and Isabel la
Catolica; and the transport No. 3. The second
division sailed on the following day, and were
composed of the war steamere Pizarro, Velaeco,
and Francesco de Asls, and the transports Pais
ro del OoearA, 'Cubana, Cardenas, Cuba and
Maisi. His Excellency Gen. D. Manuel Gas
sett, Commander-in-ohief of the expeditionary
land forces, siiled on the Aeis. Again the boll-
aaj Baene was repeatea, ana tne coast thronged
f (1,. 1I.K.J. J. .1 - "
uvui u, niauieun uu a auia w uie tower of oan
Lazaro, Martial bands made stirring mnsio,
and the oheers of tbe populace were louder and
more eninusiasuo taan bave been wakened be
fore lor years. Just before tbe second dlvinion
started, a large number of tbe mostaristo.-ratio
Of Havana ladies embarked on the steamer
Guanabacoa, which waa deokedlnthe
oolors, and hung with Cuban pennants.' They
proceeaea irom snip to snip ot the expedition,
saluting tbe troops with mnsio and cheers. The
Counters of San Antonio waa among the most
consptouooi of the ladies. The exnedltion
comprises thirteen men-of-war, steamships or
r. .a is,,: c -. . niii -
irigatee, imeeu iniraics, ouj guns, tnirty JUDS
for launches, 6,0UO sailors and marines, and
iu,uw soiaiers. nis excellency, tbe Captain
General, witnessed the sailing of the expedi
tion on December 1, from the housetop of one of
the Spanish authorities, : The vivaudiare who
marched at the bead of ono of the battalions
was the particular object of attention. She
were a uniform like the vtvandleres who ac
oompanled the army tor Africa that Is, wide
blue pantaloons gathered below tbe kner, pet
tiooat somewhat shorter than the pantaloons,
bluejacket trimmed with yellow, snd boots and
urees: cap. ; i n troops were well selected,
and furnished with the most eomplete fitting
out.' ' , i-' . " i.'-:" : , -i-' i.' ; .. ,
So they departed on the mission, representing
the trlaugular interests.' At present tbe ntmost
gaol feeling is exhibited toward tbe ether two
powers which participate In the fleet,' but the
gay Cuban hardly look at any flag upon tbe
ships exospt tbe ancient and bioodred standard
of Spain, - Thee is feeling aroused here, and
doubtless ta Spain an enthslriir-- patriotism.
I. i!.Ui
If you please tbat will top al no- t&saswes
short of the objootoi tb fleet. Mexloo may
be splashed with native or Spanish blood from
extremity to extremity, bnt they are prepared
for that. However 1.11.1 h. h n...
th sight of Spain one more naval power has
A war a L An a A .11 a I l l . .
i a lu" warux leeiing tbat existed
lu the days of Gravina, or Navarro, cr Cbnr
fnoft '
Couedcrftte t6mmU continue 15 arrlre her.
KIVIUK UUHI DODO UI f A ntVWtr nf tham s.affl. ..
of the blockade. , Oo the 3d. tha rebel
Vanderbilt arrived here with a cargo of cotton,
vutuu, i. in unnerHLnOfl. Will hot ah nns.fl in
oelona and sold there.'- She also brought naval
awim. icBterdav tha f-VinfAo..i
127 a. ii J - --wm.wwv.. D,D,u.n
" maiiurv. Lani. i.amnrvAii rnn. M.kii.
rived with a aarro of nl .in mi.. ..t.
, a umiia. V.M1CA l,u-
el vessels are said to bt, on th ... h..in. ...
oapsd front Charleston and New Orleans, Snd,
flA annks L.L-l . . a, a
uriBging eoiton, lor wblob good prices
... nhh, hhI , . ! . a... ... ."r.
"" is is unaerjioon tnt th anthn.
itic a wooiie won d not all,. n4,nn i.
ehiPPd- 1'he vessels take back supplies most
u ui, reueis, conee Deing tbe Important
article from this. port. The Confederates pav
mem well tor tbe luxury, making it worih wbile
wi run tne rut or capture. 1
" I ! I .11 ' I
The Purging Process.
. A Washington dispatch to a JUoublicai ne
per says, ooocernlng the proposed expulsion of
ui juiHBouri:, in Banal baa. eja-
uerml?ei,t0 Pur'e Il8e1' of Bl1 traitorous mem
bers " .That is richt. And .L.n u .i,.n h...
Inquired into tbe oases of Polk, Bright and oth-
Srtal ftf Blinhr..A,l aa...? . 1 ... ..a
.v. .wucu aecesaion proclivities, let it in
vestigate the eases of Trumbull, Chandler.
uuc, oumuer, uaie ana ail the other aholit on
cotspirators. Senator D juglas deolared. during
tbe ss)ion of Congress iat winter and who
"ill M-.VB.1UU IlIS rOlianiiUV I that lha AKnlillnn
cabal in the Senate was just as intent as the
Southern secession leaders upon breaking np
tbe Union. Tbe same eabal is in tbe Senate
now, and is banded to prevent any termination
of the war that shall not "destroy slavory-"
Theie men are as thorougnly trailers at Jeff.
Davis, ot Jobn Slidell, or I. M. Masen, and th
Senate, in purging itsey of traitorous members,
should strike at the greatest traitors first, and
tbeee are Trumbull and Chandler and Wad
and Sumner and Halo, and not Polk and Bright
snd Johnson. Thes latter may be traitors, but
they are small lights by tbe side of the aboli-
tiun traitors.-
These abolition traitors
slavery," because, they say, ii is the oause of tbe
rebellion and the war. . Nobody knowe better
tban tbey that it is not slaverv, but abolition,
tbat is the cause of tbe war. If there bad been
no abolition, would there have been any re
bellion? If we have richtlv rad jwrtalr. H,n.
ments, known as Wa.hint.tnn'. anri t.aL.,..
iarewell Addressee, their authors foresaw the
dangers of sbolition and warned their country
men against tbem. Slavery was not aggressive
forty years ago. If it haa ainna vrnarn .oro.Aa.
sive.itbas been In resistance to abolition.
Abolition is tbe grand RAIIBbI nf (.ho a a nnrl nf
all tbe untold evtle tbat afflict tbe oountry. Let
us not be understood as ooncedlng Xor a mo
ment that abolition has at anv time been snffl.
cient oause for rebellion. It has not. Had the
South remained firmly in the Unloo, abolition
wuuia nave oeen acad to-day. But it was ab
lltion tbat armed the neitaion ln.rlor.li,.
traitors of the South with power to mislead
tuo ooutnern people and precipitate tbe catss
trophe of rebellion.
Abe Secession leaden did not hava ihl nnara
when Congress met lust DMamhsr. Th.
could not at that time bave carried any Stat
beyond South Carolina and Florida ont nf the
Union, it was the subsequent action of aboli
tion that gave them this power. Abolition per
sisted In the personal liberty bills, and raluaed
all those concessions wbioh Southern Union men
asaea to enable them to resist secession tuco'si
tuny, in the same breath tbat It refiiaad all
couoession to tbe Union sentiment in tbe South,
it declared tbat "the Union would not bo worth
a rush without a little blood-letting." What
could Southern Union men do after that but
bury their faces in the ear;h and permit tbe
waves of secession to rjli over tbem and over
tne wnoieiandf
Let tbe Senate purge itself of all traitorous
members. But let it begin with th traitors
who, while patriots were, with indescribable
anxiety, trying every possible expedient to save
uc uuiuu wuaoui oiooasnea, (reclaimed tbat
"without a little blood letting tbe Union would
not bo wcrth a rush." CAicao Time.
No Land Warrants to Soldiers.
It appears that tbe Secretary of th Interior
docs not approve of the issuing of bounty-land
warrants to th volunteers engaged in the pres
ent war, on th ground that a warrant for one
nunared and sixty aores to eaoh volunteer would
absorb over one hundred millions . of aores,
whioh would deprive the Government of all in
come from th s source, and would afford but lit
tle benefit to the volunteers. The warrants are
now sold in tha market at about fifty oenta ner
acre, ard if this larg additional quantity was
mrown in tne market tne prices would be re
duced to a mere nominal. Tb bounty of the
Government, dispensed to (he volunteers in this
lorm, would fail to realize to tbem the advan
tages intended. All tbe best lands would fall
into (be bands of speculators, who would be en
abled to purchase tbem at a nominal price and
sen mem to settler at mil prices as last as em
igration to tbe West would require them for
settlement.. If additional compensation to the
volunteers, beyond the amount now authorized
by law, tball be deemed just and proper, the
Secretary suggests that it will be better, both
for the Government and volunteers, to make
such compecanion by a direct appropriation of
money, or or uovernment securities. This
would giv them the full benefit of tha appro
priations made, while the Government would,
oy Keeping tne lands until tbey shall be de
manaea fi
for - settlement, realize
their
full
value.
The United States Frontier
Canada.
Th Government at Wahingtoa ha direoted
Colonel Waite, of th Regular Army, ta take
command of tb military posts along th north
ern line. His department extends Irom Maine
to Michigan, and the diffr.st posts on tbat
frontier are to ba immediately occupied and put
in a state of defense. A regiment of cavalry
will be stationed at Detroit, A regiment of
artillery will be stationed in. divisions at Niag
ara, Lock-port and Sackett's Harbor; while Fort
Montgomery, at Rouse's Point, will be occupied
by twd companies of United States infantry.
In a short time the works will be nut in a atate
of defense. ' Other preparations aro in nrogreis
to render tbe frontier as safe as possible in
short lime. , On both sides of tbe line war de
fenses are being prepared. ,:. t
A Carious Experiment.
A curious experiment, proving bow a man
may render himself incombustible, took place
the other day at Compiegn before the Emperor
and Empress, and about twenty other persons.
A wooden houB was constructed In th park,
near th palace. , A company of Zouave and
firemen was summoned. M. Bnvert, th Shad
rae who was to exhibit his aebestlne power, ap
peared elotbea in nis nre-prooi garments, and set
the bouse on nre, aaia particular recommenda
tions from tb Empress not to be rash, but to
oonfio blmseu to a simple experiment. When
the bouse was well oo fire, and th flame burst
ing from th windows, M, Buvert west la and
out like a perfect salamander without sustain
log the least Ineonveniene. -' Tb Emprese was
astonisnea ana irignienea, ana frequently cried
out HAiesl .'" After he had roe la and
out evral time, M-Buvert approached the Em
peror ana tita witn mm for tern tim shoot
bis firs-proof apparatus; '-He assured bil Maj
esty that b was not at all Incommoded by the
heat, and that by mean ef rteroir of air in
hit toiffatt, he eould remain from eight I ten
minutes In th flr. (Was he conjurer, or a
wag, this man?) The Emperor felicitated the In
ventor and promised to recommend him, exptssr
ins desire thai a system of saving from fir
which might b ef great importaac, ahoald be
mad tha nb,eotet a serious ex.mioatin
Peris cor. N.Posl... . y ,v. ,.r
I '
THE
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ONLY PREPARATION
Wt: .'that;;';;,:,,:
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that Fref. Wood' Hair Restorative Will re. ton the bald
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j -l Batll Or-, Ulan., See. Slt, tSS8
' Paor. Wuoi Ta wilt pleaw accept almo temrbns
he that the hair on my Bad all fell off over twaut
yean ago, caused by aeomplloatsd ehroole dlsea, a
lend wisn aa srapuon on in nao. continual
oars of swearing throagh In having teduoed me to
tat of dependent), I have not ken able to obtaia tug
(or eape, iielther bav 1 been able to do than ap, its eou
asquenee of which my head ha suffered extremely from
oo id. This Induced m lepay Briggs fc Hodge alntost
the laat eent I had on earth for a two dollar kottssof thy
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i oeoia
ilaration 'th nward .l tt tbo
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I
Llgonler, Noble County, Indiana, Fob. StU, yuik
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mate acqualntancee w.re to recognise m at ail. - ,
aaenoe saade appneauoa to the most skillful physl-
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tkem that my hair would again be restored, I waa forcad
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; . A. M.LATTA,
1 Attorney aod Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, and (old by all dealers thror.zV '
out th world. .
Tb Restorative Is pat up In Mttles ot thredslsea. via
large, media, and email; the small holds M a pir.t, and '
retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at ,
least twenty per cent, more in proportion than the small.
and retails for two dollars a bottle; (he large holds a '
quart, 40 ercent. more in proportion aod ret-illi for I'a
a setts. - - - - -
O. J. WOOD a CO.. Proprietor.. 444 Broadwav. N.w
tVk, an 114 Market Street, St Louis, Mo.
And sold by ubbbtb a BAuUsh, Oolvnoaa. Ohio.
and by all good Druggists sod Fancy Goods Culers
prlllidawtowu. , .-
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t&OI. WOOD'8
BiTORATIfB CQBDIAL
BIOOO ReIiS) VATOH
Ptlpliai
Is precisely what Its nam tndioewe, for, while.
leaaant to tne taste, ii u revivuyi ng, exnuarat-
Invigorating and etraogthenlng ta the vital
powers, and at the asms time -nrivlttea, lein-
V.
Ktates, and renew the Blood In all lu purity, anw
thus at one rettortt and rentWe the eyttem 4t
WWIMTWAI W tWIUOA. OJ UMWM.. AL I. Ul UO l
Dreoaraiion ever ou.reu v urn work.. n oneiat- .
H cally and aallltully comblnea aa to w u most m
ouwarTnl tonic, a'nd at th. aune time .d Derft!Ctlv.w
adap'td to. Bite eel in pr.oeoordanee with the!
liar, of nature, and hence will tooths the wtakett'i,
istowtooA, and tone up tbe digestive organs. audiTI
Urns allay all nervous and otliar Irritatlou. llu W
perieotly exhilarating, and at the saow time h la
i
ioompoeed entirely of vegetables, ,ei so eombiuediU
las to prodaosth mojt thorough tonic effect, with-;''
out producing any Injurious eoasequaaoe. Bnchj
a remedy has long been felt to be a da.ideratuin io
itha medieal world, for tt needs no medical skill to
nwte thatdsbiilty follows ilatackaf duease. endi
! proceeds and indeed lays the system open to the.
OlLusidiousauaca oi many oi in moat fatal, saea
for example, aa the following: Consumption, in
idliestlon, Vyspepela. Loss of Appetite, f aintnem
! Nervone Irritability. Nearalcia. falpliatloaol She
fji Heart, Mclaocholy,Nigbt Swaata, Languor, ttiddi-
nesa. kUteation of. a well a falnmi obatrucied
too profuse, or too scant Meoetruatloa, and Kail-
HnA of the Womb. Shese all depend upon general
El debility. This pure, healthy, tonic cordial audi
. , Blood Renovator is asaure taoareee tu. mi to
irise and t. There is no mistake about it. Bull
IrlHbls is not all. If the system Is weakened, we arel
Kfen to bllloue attacks, th river tracome. torpiu.
lor worn aanssia, w Kianeys reiuae t penonu
V,
I their ruDCUona, ana w are doubled wtia acaidtng
and Inoonilnenoe or urine, or Involuntary dav
cbarg of tne same, pain In the berk, aid aod to
Itweea the ehooldere, eaoeedingly liable t eligbl
loelda, ooaghs, and if anoh.aked, aoos omaehnleni
rollowa, and in patiani goea dowa to iHamausfv
Igrave. But apace will not allow us to enumerate
o:
me many nia vt w men we are iiaon in a wvhkbiicu
condition of tbe system, but we will say, tn -this)
Cordial and Blood Renovator yea have a perwot,
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for loss . ui
apKmw, Diimu.uv.i, aiaiuiwuw, ww. .uu ., , .
stomach. Languor, Liver Complaint, Ch.lls a.i
Sever, er any Bilious attack. UoettvebaBat' Aeiuti
of tbe Stomach, Nervousness, Neuralgia, rel-iita-
to:
Honor the Heart, Depression oi Bpiriu, eoroa,
rimpie on u Fao, or any atsaase arising iron
saa-ur blood. anAh aa aorofnia. BrvsiiMtlaa. Oroe -
ihlba. Onoah. aim ad II. of HraalhiiMl. and all Unu'
oolaaa of dlseaae called female weakn. and
enumerated above. We will also say the traveler W
tapoaed to y Idea lee, ehanga ef eUmateaa wat 4 .
r, will find it a pleasant, sale and sure remedy,!
land Bone sheets ever travel wlihoei. Kwrn,
try It, for we asanreyoa yoa will Bud la It a ineed: 1
mdead. as well a., friend la need. Allpersousor
sedentari habiu will Bad It a perfeet preventive oil A
las well as our for those alluumU to irblah they sie 11
L.iHmI.,1. .Miami Hmm mlnLtAMPA..tiiAjinta.uA I
tora.ya, literary genuemeuinu laan woe an. mn
accustomed to much outdoor exercise, will And ill
Uo their advantage to keep a bottle eoostautly en
band; and, above all, mothers, or in.ee oscommK
Isuchl will go through that most dangerous period
I-
not only wm all tb.tr aoeuaioBieei acreugui, du
afad free from the Ihouaand ailment ao prev
klent among the female portion of th world. - In
cu rant, i ry u, ota
he risk of delay; It will
IreUeve (tad prove ItMlf emptiaAioally a A'sftora
Me Cordial and Mleod Renovator. , ,, ...
O. i V WOOD . orotrrtetor. 44 Broadfay. Nee
York, and 114 Market Street, Bt. Louie, tie., audi
sold by ROBERTS St BAMUKL, Oolumbua, Ohio,
3
land -ll toed - Oreggiti. ---Prle One- bollai
per Bottle. : , B rch-dfcwowl
i OOXjTJ3Vtl3TJO
l:
Mafliinc M&nnfartnrinf (Joiapa&l
t HAirorAOTuaBBa ot ! t e :u
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS.'
OasUngs, IIaU earlng, Vaehincry i
... i.v
o t-vttt ocsokimoa
0SAB. AM BOS. Sapt ( J AH BOS, Vvea '
oJl,. lHSH tf .
Bfo. 89 ffoata High Straet, 'Colambot, s)
i a rw no pmtii'- '";! i?d :f.4
iL.8000 s"" T'avella, Press Oood at 8X, value ,
12)4 cents.
tyavds Trv.Uagreas floods at?, vatM
WOO yards English Beragee at 18)4, value 5 oeoU- '
Bieo yards French Organdie at N, value SO nuts. '
Stion yarde Fast Colored Lawns at 10, valu M en- i -(
KHlO yards Foulard Dreu Bilks at 37)4, vain. SO cCoU.
1500 yarde Seper F'-Mn Black Silk at I 00. Vkiae a I
Boll of Organdie Beraf., and Bugliah Beiaga, atne(0.
half theirvalue.
,SIVa -Vial t BAIN rOlt,:fl pel
. 9 Jttlih.lllsU Street.
EJ-fll.AMT OH WrtK.PKOOf'
i 'CLOAK. CLOTHS.' Also, ether aiiM r tnrini .?
Otoek Cloths, la alt deetrabt mlMter-e Biadinn. tiuv 01,4
etaarrS ut t awtteb. BAIN a Sult-J's';
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