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f" COLUMBUS.
OHIO; TEDBSMY
MORNING. DEC. 26.
1861.
IIZ D01LAE3 P2B TZAH7
Iarriably in Advance
' -:
MANYPENNY & MILLER,' w
f PLIgtlR ;.AHP 1B0 BUTOBI,
O- OffiM Km. 86, St and 40, Worth High St
HEMS INVARIABLY IN ADVAN01
'Wm" '"i1- "- :' $8 00 perysar
J? J?S.9f P" k. UU tents:
v" -i - ; ... ; . j HQ' It
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One iqun 3 week . 14 00
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0n " , B month 18 00
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i ordered on uia n. uai.: . . , .
S" hlf0pric7t"',' oh,'rtUWe oomU,
.J'Liro',i',' "'mu mufl il void ft x.
dnaM lie rule will not be wled from.
Weekly, in,e ,pric u thi BeJIjt where thw
lf ther.te.of the blT; 8 " """" W,U "
Wi UTttUMmtot ttlcea weet f0T .'drthlti'plerloi..' ',
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. . (Offlcei nfflllv Jnn . -
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wSS" Y. Buperior'Court'
Ho ? .,HBnter, Lanoaitcr, O. ' ? '
DOTX-Om
attorney and Counsellor nt ' Law.
NOTARY . PUBLIC, '
noTtMy
'"1
Hoary ZSloolilox,
, I(UU of PUloo't IitablUhment, N, T. ,) T ' ' ''
Pi?K!ETOB op T"E NEW YORK
brataW!'?? fw" ! n
itUdte.' and Dhlldren-i Hair Dreaaing done In tbe beat
CALT HOUSE,
o. li8Mxih 'mjh Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO. "
ptw'lao,. "a,e dUe"ywnTnlentitn!
ot tt.MtX?.,';ked "P " " h", ' n'8ht f
n moderate, to tnlt the tlmei.
NATIONAL HOTEL,
r, I'.NIAB UNION BRP0T,.'7f
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
TKRttg.
octtMm
ONI DOLLAR PEE DAT.
Attorney at Law
" AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Omew-Amboa Building,' oppoiite Cipltol Bqiar. S
. '.-COL0MBU8, OHIO.
OSBOIIN13, ; )
& Counsellor at Law,
4 t t. ).
MARION, OHIO.
L.LtEY v '
- And Kaak-BooK Mannfantirer, " ii
K0STH HIBH BTEKKT, COLTniBUB. OHIO
marlL-diy
EAGLJ BRASS WORKS,
..l Corner Spring Ac Water 8t.,
Oolumtoua, OHlo.
Aad Ua-mfacturert of Brass and Composition Osetint
Hi KBlhd Brass Work of all DeJcripUona, , f,
STENCIL CUTTING, AC.
bi
Colnmbus Wholesale Liquor Store
LACSLLE ROSS it CO.,
COMMISSION V MERCHANTS,
lUPORtXItB AND DIALERS IN
.... . ' a --r
"oreg
gn and Domestio Winei, Brandie,
fco.fcc. ALS0,,nT(, ,
OLD RYE, MQNQNGAHELA k BOURBON
... , -r r r
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WHISKY.
WARIH0TJBB AND 011101,-994 80VIH BWH ST
tor 'COLTJMBTJS. : OHTO. J
I I
Mpsalyli
i:H."liESTIEAUX.
-,. 4v,i 4 v"!"'. 'e an(io tt i
. r..-,. (BUCClBSOa TO UoKBl fc BBBTIHUJ) -
?KSo.,W Street
CROCERIES, PRODUCE
PRO.VJSIOIIS'
8-. Foreign. -ami, domestic. Fruits,
F Lt)U R, "s A tf', XI Q'tfdhiVfcVd
r -.f ii.it ... - i . 'yv
STORAGE & COMMISSION
I , WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
fh,-,fat6,tThd Iwgoit-The Beit,'
I The (Than.. TJ .. .1. - i
--w viivnjo .aiuuausB) UltJ DBMl,
-b iuoii ueiiabi standard Au
tbrltf of tba EDflltb Lanrnace. '
- Sim eundfd Xmtomi Bduealort of Ohio,
"TIH BKBt KNQI,Ign' DIOTIONAEt IIIANT."
t . h, r .. r i rar MM Memnthtr.
JhSl nPwr'' Hundred Thouud Wordi,'
Stbef"" th.0 T"inB' u"1 PnnlUoa r oleuly
Oinoinnati Cbmmtroial
4P
The nndenVroed, memben of the Ohio 8taU Teechen1!
iiaootauoa. adopt and aim to naa in iA.hin utr.J
w-2.'k." orPnj d PronanoTiuon
y.0.?4," '" Bletionaiy.'aDd we moat eor-
mmsua n ae me moit reliable atandard an-
Loiiif Andkbwi, PnHldent Kenyon Oollen. i
Tho. W. Ht, Han't HaMllen Unloa Bchooli. I
uownnir, Bnp'l PuMlo Bohoola, Bandaikj.
o BJ? TI,0B' BnP'' pllbllo Bohoola, Olrcl.Tlll.. I
B. M. BaKroao. Frlnclnal (llrrlnil I.ml Hnln.
wm, Bucbbj, Bnp't Pabllo Behoolt. UU TJnkm.i i
90BH0aDKM.Prin.lnAl HItWnwi.l ImI.UU..:
fggg . . ' 1 " 1 . " WWlf IUUV
Orani Nao, Pdnelpal fourth IntermedUte Bohool,
DlnelBtaeU i. ') 4 . (.!.. . .
iH. B. UTtL Bnp'l Canton Union Bchooli.
JowiiiUboai, Principal MoNaely Normal Bchool. I
T"-;1!; . BR't 'foy Unlda Behdol, n I T
At 01 Jfonttfel. PflnAfaikl U'mI tll.H a.k,i 'Ml.
B. A. Nomii. IwUb IMnnlnal ITI a.V.l 'I
land. ' i I TTTTrTKT'"'""' """l
TmoDoaa BTiaiwa, Principal' Hlah Bchool. flier
R. ff. ITcHirmM. 7llM.In4 TnattlM.
J. A. OianiLD, PreeWent.of KlecUo Iuititute, HI
rare. pjjjwa. Prof, of Ohemiitry, Ohio Wealeyan
ai?' x-0ommliloner.of Common Bohoobj,
Ohio.' ' it a i 1 J 1 1 . . -
V" J10""". P'' Bhetorto, Oberlla Collet
n Ti ojudu. .mauooa uqiiagu
B. O. OinMUCM. PrA.
Language, High School,
. 8. M. BMrji,8ni)'t Union Bchoohu Adilasd.
i (an
Mori Man to Sundrtd othet PrettdtnU of OoTU
gt,. fpaftMort, Aitthort and JXstinguiifui Sduca
tort, ham mdoried th4 abou untimmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN QU.
HiiirrTi OaLLmh.aJ'It I tial a MnHlmt m
an honor to th author, th publlahera.ud the whole
ountiy."-Prildent Andrew.
Ohio Wbu.it A UiTntT."It zoeedi my expecta
tion. ' It Will be ml inlda la arthotmnhii anil nMn..n.
eiatlon, and will afua be oonulted by m for It traat
and accurate definition.'' Prealdent Zbompaon., ,,. ,
w. . i JctroTio Ooluoi. VBeretofor w hartoaed
Wbetor t orthography. At a recent meeting of aur
raoulty, It wa decided to change it to conform to that
Jr ?Htot' oyl Quarto BlcUonary;" I'ree Ident
Ula! 7f;t.'rK i. t n.-.-l:mrt8.i. -v.
Waaraa Enan Oouaai.tt'I find It worthy of
cordial approbation." President Hitchcock.
Omhlm Oollio. ''It mora than' meet my expecta
tion, i 1 , recommend It U th atAnriftM BntKr.rttv In
orthopy to my children and , my pupil." President
-"""" I 1 ' I I I I ! . I Iff v :"i i i
' Atrnoca ComuWI adopt tnd aim to use In teach
ing, wrHingand ipeaklng, th orthography and pronun
elutlon of Worccater' Uoyal Quarto Dictionary.''
PfMtdMlt HU1..., i .... , ,, ,'
"In all my writing, (peaking, and teaohht, I har an
dearorad to conform to th rule for orthography and
pronunciation a contained In Woroeiter'a Dictionary."
Horace Hann, lata Prealdent.
Kurr om Oouxaa, OaMiin. "I most cordially roeom
mond it aath moat reliable atandard authority of the
Bngllah language a It I now written and spoken."
Piesldent Andrew.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Rev. Anton Smyth, OommUHoner of Common
r - SoAoot in OMo. , r ,
'The Dictionary Is an lmprlhabl monument to the
learning and Industry of It author, and an honor to the
world of letter. Th mechanical execution I fat aup
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ao-
quaintnw"
From Bon. B. B. Barney. Ba-Oommiittoner of
- t ' Bckooii in Ohio.. . : .
The most reliable standard authority of th lan
guage."
WHAT TBB '" -'
Leading N-WTBpper of Ohio Bay.
from iht Cleveland Berald of MartX 88.
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary I that
m uj IUU.V. it uvh u. auuivii w. u.Bkuiuiiiui iu uui
country and angland, and eonform to the general usage
of ordinary writers and speakers.
1 I . It . .1, - . V. .f il.lU.tl.. ( (LI.
wnaterer preinaicw may nar msieo preriousiy, a
caraful study of this rolum will Inrartably be followed
by a warm appreciation of It great merit, and a desire
to ad It to th wall selected norary, do it large or mau,
It I a library In Itself, and will remain an Imperisha
ble record of th learning of It compiler.
tronIM (XruAnnaH Commeretal of AprU 20, .
Hra an neward of a hundred thousand words food.
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanlnga and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work Is
nnqueitlonsbly the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
rer published.
Iron th Cleveland riaindeakr of Sept. 80, 1600.
Krldentl Woaormta's Borab Quarto DictioHa! U
not only ike lout, Irut te irr toork ofttokind ever it
rued, andean by no possibility roffer by oomprison or
controversy.
. From the Toledo Blade of May V.
As to momnioiaTioii. WoRcwrtm a TBI StutdaRD
followed by our best authors; In definitions he learon
nothing to be desired, and in Orthmraiiit It is sufficient
to say that Woncrana can be sateiy loiioweu.
INCHAItl Sc BKAOG,
Ptibliibera, Bookaellen & Btatloneri,
NO. 191 BUPBBI0R 81., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
matt . , , ,
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
01
.NoArarl3C., N. T. ' '
Dirldend January 1,180 1, 45Per Cent.
ABBBTS
....3,8lS,556 SO.
Statement January
U 1861s
Balance, per statement Jan. lit, 1800
Received for Premium dur
.....13,406,58 1 30
ing th jear low) 8763.053 SS
Rooeived for Interest during
th year ltXJO 114,014 19
Total receipt for 1R60.... .977.067 74
Paid Claim by Deth,8o7 ,050 00 , . , ' r .-
Paid Polioi urren- ' ' ' ' i V'
dered 41.111 89
Paid Balarlea, Post ' "
age, 'iaxes, jtx- , .
change, sto. ...... J 1. 620 54 ' '" r ' ' '
Paid Commissions to . . . . ;
Anitln 51.3H 30 ,
Paid Physician' lee. ,tofl T5 ' "
Paid Annnltle...-' 1.517 w'f-' ''', ,' '," .
Paid Divldesd dur- ' f - ..h ilur.lt t
log th year 105,500 75 565,01)1 63 r '411,970 14
Net Balance January lit, 1881. s 3,815,556 50
0ah on hand. J1. $8,4264 18 1
Bond and Mortgage on Seal . ,
. astate, worm oouuie ut , . T.,,
amount iosea... x.xjjow Oos V : 1 1
Premium Note. B Pollcler w mm
In foros, only drawing per
sent. lntr,n,t..... l,S79.e4 IT .tsjri .
Real IlUle.,....,- t , 80,893 87 r ; ,nj
uoansouBcnp... ........... .. siW :6.'i-!q mi
rrmiams,nowaiiavu,ia ' -hHi,i v'f
, eoun,oi iransmiMion.w '- totn iz x A , f lt
' Total Aaset.
3,aia,t6M
7.5T5 Policies In force, Inurlng..iieil,8et38
. -1,435 aawrollekt have ba Issaed daria th ysar
''After a eareful oahulatton of th present valu of ih
outstanding Policle of th Company, and baring the
neomarf amount ta reserve therefor, the Director
hare declared a divimwo or per oent. on the premi
um paid at th table rate, to all policle for life In fores'.
iaeae prior to January i, uwu, p
nresant rul of th Oompany.
- Rate tor all kind of Lift Contingencies, Prospect
a,Vtatmatr and Applleations, will k 4aralhd
witbost oiuaua, at th Uttlo or Agencies ot tM Vom
nanv.
BOBS. 1. PATJEB80N, Praaldaet. f
t. 0. GR0VH R, Vice Prealdent. fh
an, v, auitiiGiu Beerenary'
- 1i7k. ItttfciESOJfVW,
7 s r't " . No. 4 Johnson Block,
Harsh 98, 1861.
Columbus, 0.
T I A I N A Ti t FIGURED k.Ack
X DRIBB BILKB, of m? arad. Th moat .elect
assonment in u stty, ana at aostrsasonabl rate.
BAIN BON,
Prill Ha. n loath Hlghstr
1861 1862
Winter Arrangement—Time
Winter Arrangement—Time Changed.
i
eitiM? iroRTnaiur jwj XABtsity sovts!
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline- wlta-th PiriBBUBOH, IT.'
WAVNI fc ODI0A0O RAILROAD
For nuebwrgh, Philadelphia mi Baltimore. AUo
("Ttyf jrV.& CMcaoo r. . r
Oonaocdng 'at Olerelani with th LAKtSH'OBI RAIL
r , - -0AD.- y. .jr
For Dunkirk, niiu;Aibaiiyt no.-i
.,, t tinna New 'vi-k. !
TWO TRAINS DAILY,
RX0EPT BUNDAT,
Irom Oolumbas, In oonneetlon with Trains on the '
t,TTVEra,'" AMD OOIUMRU1
AMD XEHU H&IIjUOAVS.
,.- f -'rv W-i f-.MIIi!
. NTQHT IIP!! T.M. Iiu. ...tn . ! ..'
!i1.l5H!eT4p!ff.Dge.r,M,U t"on. top at Delaware;
A" , "uon, ana at all stations North ot
OaUon, and at all oth.r stations upon signal, arriving at
Olereland at0:0 A. M nnnhi. a.m "d m .?-
S" I " Mt 0:" W IS M'., Boston
8XC0ND TRAIN.
NIW YORK EXPBESS-Leaves Columbus at 3; IS P.
tn,;h i.ea.pa?!ng",l,J..t " atlon. Greenwich,
.t! ''..m ""Ji 01m,t,1 Ma' m"3 nation,
thla train W1U not (top for pusenger except upon slg
?' Arrive at Cleveland &3U P. al.. Dunkirk Sa.M..
nuuaio p 't Albany 4:15 P.. M., New York 9:50
f wvwii Jv JR. JTAe f , f, . - .
CONNECTIONS.
8,h,lb,? w'tn 8andusky, MansflHd and Newark Rail
'.'n0'.11 p0,nU 0n lh4t toti- Also for Toledo.
ToW."nrChrKo.leVel,n,"a TMa B"re'""'"
At Olavelsnd, with' Lk Shore Railroad for Gila
Dunkirk, Buffalo, New Tork and Boston. ' ' '
Patent Sleeping Can are run on all
Might Traini to Chicago, New
York and Boston. 0 ' ;
Baugagt anted 1 brought, New York and Botton
via OeveUmd; oho, to I'hUaddpMaund
Hen lorkvta Oreetline.
v RETURNING.
r Night Express arrive atColnmbu at... 1:30 A. !.
- Cincinnati Express arrive at Columbus at 1:30 P. M.
Fare aa tow aa by any other floutc.
Atk for Tickett via Or tit line or Cleveland,
: ? f-b.b.iLINT,. c,
.-it r.-i Buperlntendent, Cleveland, Ohio.'
' JAME8 PATTERSON, Agent,
. Columbus. Ohio.
. Columbus, Not 10, 1801. '
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM
RE.TIOVT.S AND PilUVENT!) 1 N
nammaUoB aod tu&in. .mi hMi, ti. nM
scald, bruise, cut or fresh wound of any kind, i.ravenu
swelling and pain from be stings, mosquito bites, and
poisonous plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague in the
breast, salt rheum, eta. When taken internally, It will
positively euro oroup In ohildren, and gives Immediate
relief lathe worst case of this terrible complaint: also,
removes hoarseness and sore throat. Price, S3 cents
bottle. Should be in eve ij house. For sale by Drug
gists and Storekeepers. IRV1NBTI1NK.
roPn'i Spruce st .New York
Mt4dfcwlyis "
No real las tic can be Anna th n...i..
but by procuring and reading desrrlptir pamphlets
be found with all deal, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formula and Trial Dottles sent to Physl
clans, who will find development In both worthy th-jlr
acceptance and approval. -
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a trial of the above reliable Heme
die.
lor rale by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
.verywher. , " -,; y , .
J OUT I,.'m71NEWE,lJ, Proprlcto
CHEMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
Ho. 9 Comaereial Wharf, Button, Haia.
Robert k. Samuel. N. B. Mamie. J. R. nnnv J M
Denlg, O. Denlg fc Sous, A. J. BchuellorfcBon. AcenU
agent
-dly
for Columbus, Ohio.
myl
OOLTJMBTJS ,
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
The Beat Artificial Ilcln to tho
Unman Kig-bt ever Invented.
.. JOSEPH 8. PP.WT.EV.
PRACTIdALi & ' SCIENTIFIC' OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE liARGEST ASSORT
ment of the most Imnroved kinil. nf RnMtnl...
All hi Glasses, whether for noar or far-sighted, are
grouuu iu cuulsyo convex io rm wtta th greatest care,
0 a to suit the Eye of all cases, coring Weakness
Ulssloess or Inflammation of th lye, nd Imparting
strength for long reading or ane sewing. '
umoe, u nasi utate street, at Beiuer fc Webster'
musio Btore. ... .
aug5-dly
J.M.& Va KCERPJER.
No. 58,
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
boLUMBUS,;
DEALERS IN
GROCERIES. PRODUCE AND
PROVISIONS, . ?, .
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
FL0UE, SALT, LHHJOES; ETC.
OT8T1R3 BY THE CAN IN THEIR SEASON.
ootS5-dly
AUCTION
AND COMMISSION
npiIE SUBSCRIBER HATING TAKEN
JL a Jeass on w tof JWOtn ro.-.t t1
3To. 11 East State St.,
ouoptaedltaiM ' - 1 ' ' : ; '
Anctioii & Commission Boom.
Us u now nrebared ta vocelva on Commission ever
aesonpuon or proparty, such as Dry oooos, uroceries,
Liquors, Furniture. Oarrla.es. llorse. eto. Be also
Intend to devote hi atlentloa to sale of Real Estate
and Personal Property, at any point, within twenty miles
Auction Sales Every Evening.
lir:
OonsltnaenbJ iesVocffuily ielloiteJl. Ri,,') Fi
'"''" -1 Wv tl. RENT,' AttoUonew.1
00119
CraiiVerrieri I f Cranisernes
9A "JBI-S. ORAP4BEHRIES, IN OOOD
wr vni.n, onoonsignjn.ns.
Forallowby
WM. H. RSBTIEATTX.
olW 106 BuUi High Street.
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton 4 Indianapoligf
Though to Iqidlaiiaoolls vdt&ni cii&nge bt$m,
and but One Change of Can betweoo '
' CoIumbua and St. Louts. 4 i
iV, i'.Ij l:t:-:i 1,-rr -1 Jf ;- I
On and 'After? Monday,. Ndt'frttWif
. xu 1801. j. :;.,:;
Four Trains Daily irom" Coif ambus.
. . 4 J '-fl . 'j . 4 b wf; c.. . i a. ... 1 (
t..tf
flRST.TAIN
.e) rt'. iir
NiailT KXPRE, via Dayton, at 8 a. m., (topping
at London, ICenla, Daytod, Hlddletown and Hamilton,
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m.; and at D.yton at
1:05a. m. ooniMOtlngatOlneinnatifor Loalsvlllo, Tin
otaoa, 8U Ioals. and all point Sooth wast; arriving
at Bt. Lout t 11:30 p. m. aonnaotln at Dayton for
Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terr Banta, Chicago, and all
points West; arriving at Indianapolis at 10:40 a. a,.
"" SECOND .TRAIN.
r - '
' A0C0STM0DATI0N at 5:50 a. m., stopping; at all sta
tions between Columbus, Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:33 a. m., and at Itayton at
8:3a a. m. eonnectlEg at Cincinnati with Mail Lin
Steamboats for Louisville, and at Dayton for Indianap
olis and tho West.
. Tl 1 - a a r a
LPUE3Bat I SSo.'m . itomitrtir at Jlf.rtki Im-i
on, Charleston. Xenla. Corwln. Wiifniw. So. t.ehnnn.'
Fostsr's, Loveland wad Mllfonl.arrivlna at Clnetanat
at 8:45 p. m., at Dayton at 5 p. m. ( connection at Olo
witb the Ohio and MIsslsalDDl T.-aln for Louisvill. Tin.
cennes,, Bt. Louis, etc., ew., arriving at Bt. Louis at
mo a. m.J eonnaotlng at Dayton for Indianapolis, La
fayette, l.rrs Haute, Chicago and aU point West,
' ' FOURTH VRAIN. "
MAIL at 4 n. m.. stonnlnv at all .tuttnn. hntMn
Columbus and Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at Sififi
TO for further Information and Thronah Tickets,
apply to M L. DOIIKHTY, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
Columbus. . -
P. W. BTRADBR,
Qenersl Tlokat Agent, OlnclnnaU.
JN0. W. DOnEBTS",
' . I - Agent, Oolumbaa,
" 1 E. W. WOODWARD,
" Superintendent. Cincinnati.
.,
Columbus. Nov. 10, 1801.;.. ; .t .
TIIE . ..
PREPARATION
THAT HA3
ONLY
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And grows more and more popnlar
every day!
And tettlmonlali, new, and almost without number
Ight be given from ladies and gentlemen in all grade,
society, whose united testimony none ooukl resist.
that Prof. Wood' Ualr Res torativ will restore th bald
and gray, and presnrv the hair of the youth to old age,
aiiiuyouuuui noauvy. . .
Battle Creek, Mich., Deo. 8 1st, 4858.
Pxor. Woont Thee wilt please accent a lln. to Inform
thee that the hair on my bead all fell off over twenty
year, ago, caused by a complicated chronic disease, at
tended with an eruption on th head. A continual
oourse of suffering through life having reduoed me to a
state of dependence, I have not bean able to obtain stuff
for cap, neither have I been able to do them up, in con
sequence of which my head has suffered extremely from
cold. Thl Induced mo to pay Brlgga fc Hodge almost
th last cent I had on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Hair Keitoratlve. about the first of August last. I have
faithfully followed the direction snd the bald spot la now
ooverod with hair thick and black, though shut, it is
also oomlng in all over my head. Feeling confident
that another large notti would restore it entirely
and permanently., i feel anxious to parseverv. In Its us,
and being destitute of means to purchase any more, I
would atk the If the wouldst not bo willing to (end me
an order on thin agent for a bottle, and receive to thy-
Mir ,tne scripture ueciarauon --tn reward i to those
that are aiua wine wmow ana ine lameness."
. Thy friend. tU8ANNAIi KIRBT.
LlKonler. Noble County, Indiana. Feb. 5th. 1850.
Faor. O. J. Woont Dear dir.- In th latter Dart of
in Tear jtua, wnno auenamg ine bum and national
Law School of the State ot New York, my hair, from a
cause unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap-
iaiy, so ui.i in in. .sort vpac oi aix monuia, in wools
UDoer nan of my scalp was almost entirely berert of It.
ooverlng, and much of the remaining portion upon the
aide and back part of my head shortly alter became gray,
so that you will not be surprised when I tell you that up
on my return to ine otaie oi inuiana, my more casual
acquaintances were not so much at a loss to discover the
oaute of the change in my appearance, as my more Intl
mate acqnalntanoci were to recognise me stall.
al ono mad application to th most skillful physi
cians in th country, but, receiving no assurance from
them that my hair would again be restored, I was forced
to become reconciled to my rate, until, fortunately, In
tho latter part of the year 1857, your Restorative sunv
commended to me by a druggist, as being the most relta-
bl Hair Kestorativ In use. 1 tried on bottle, and
found to my great aatlsfaotioa that It wa producing the
desired elect. Since that tlsta, I have used seven dol
lars' worth of your Restorative, and as a result, have a
rich coat of very soft black hair, which no money can
buy. - ..... i .
Asa mark of my gratitud for your labor and skill In
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effect, Very respectfully, your,
. A. U. LAll'A, .
i. ; Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
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out the world.
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large, medium, and small; th small holds H a pint, and
retail for on dollar per bottl; th medium holds at
least twenty per cent, more in proportion than the small,
and retails for two dollar a bottl; the large holds a
qnart, 40 er eenUmore in proportion, and retail for 3
bottler f ' f '
u. . nuu uv., rropnenra, m rJioaaway, "w
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sleeves and bosom an formed Is At th person with saw
and comfort. Th stark upoa i etch one designating
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raeranteed wall mad. A full stock Of all q
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[From the Cincinnati Times]
[From the Cincinnati Times] The Van Wyck Report--Corruption in
the Army and Navy Department.
the
hi
'. We bare never cnttrtaldcd an rxaitcd opic
loo ot tbe Becretarlt. of War and tbe Nary,
ana wa nave doi entirely retrained - from ex
pregging our convictions, concerning tbe gentle
men who preside over the tiro, at present, meat
Important department ol tbe executive branob
oi the Government. Nor did tbe bue and err,
started7 about tbe alleged extravagance in the
Department of the West, in any manner elevate
Mr. Cameron in our estimation; it bad too
much tbe appearance of the thief raising the
alarm In the crowd to avoid deteotion.
- That tbe estimate originally formed wo cor
rect, we Lave now' an abundance of .testimony
to prove;, indeed, lufficlent ia disposed to over
whelm any other tban men entirely devoid of
shame. We refer, of course, to the Report of
ma uongresstocai investigating Committee, an
abstract of which we are publishing, Iu order
to let. the people kuow the character of their
public servants, and underatind bow the money
they bare so freely given for ihe support of the
army nas oeen squanaerca.
Ia reference ta tbe purchase of arms, the re
port saya that 'the extraordinary demand lor
them, Ksultios from the conepiraoy to over
threw the Union, has resulted iu extraordinary
expenditures; and, exciting tbe cupidity of large
unmoors oi persons Dotn in uurope and Amor
iea, bas opened up a system of unprecedented
speculation- The Government has been tbe
victim of more than one conspiracy, and re
markable combinations nave been formed to
rob the Treasury.
1 be profits Irjm tne sale of arms to the Gov
ernment bare been enormon., and realized, too,
in many instances, Dy our own citliens, through
a system oi nroxerage us unprincipled and dis
honest, acd as unlrlendly to tbe succets and wel
fare of the nation, ai tbe plottings of actual
treason. "
Tbe purchase of army snpolies are aliened
to bave been very Irregular, and in New York,
tbe supplies of wagons and hems were ob
tained without any regard to the methods pre
scribed by law.
Corruption is proven to exist almost every.
whtrs. The Secretary of War hag been even
mnch more dlrclict than Gen. Fremont ;ln relation
to the latter, there Is no evidence that be recciv
ed a dollar of the profits made by any party in
his own department. He frequently paid moro
for an article than it was worth, but this appears
to bave-resulted from a doaire to provide his
army with arms and supplies In tho shortest
space of time; while his accusers, the Prosident
and Secretary of War, are proven absolutely
corrupt. .y" -
The committee say that "a man by the name
of Wood, enjoying tbe confidence of tbe Presi
dent, was appointed Commissioner of Public
Buildiogs, a place not only requiring great
business capacity, but hnflinchlug intregrity;
and that Woodrom his own declaration?, aiade
himself an inatrumcLt for plundering tbe Gov
ernment. Secretary Cameron selected a Mr, Cummlrg
for fourteen yeais connected with the Philadel
phia Bulletin, and for eighteen month, one of
the publishers of tba New York World, to make
arrangements for the purchase and forwarding
of supplies to Washington, a business tbat need
ed not only capacity, bat extensive experience,
and in the latter, certainly, Mr. C, was entirely
deficient But he wa a bosom friend of the
Secretary of War, aod must be rewarded for
his services; and what booted it it tbe army in
Washington did suffer for want of good clothing
and wholesome nod, ir Mr. uameron could re
pay a debt ot gratitude to a political friend ond
admirer 7
In addition to thl. Governor Morgan, of New
York, appointed one Geo. D. Morgan, a rela
tive and law partner, to net in connection with
Mr. Camming", and $2,000,000 were placed at
their disposal.
Within a few days altor (Jummings was in
vested with- tbls authority he drew from tbe
bankers, through the Bub-Treasurer, Mr. Cisco,
at new Xork, saau.uuu, sau.uuu of which, as
Cummings insists, was applied to pay for the
purchase made by tbe bankers ttremaelves, or
Dy Mr. Blatchford, a momber of the firm, and
tbe residue, $ibu,uuu, be plaoed to- bis own
oredit at the Park Bank, of New: York city,
and be states in his evidence tbat he made pur-
ohaeesfostbe Government to the amount of
4160,000. . -i . ... r j
Mr. Cummings employed clerk, Mr. James
Humphrey, and exhibited in that as in most
other transactions, a confiding disposition bard
ly consis ent with a thorough business man, en
gaged in pnblio duty.
Mr. Cummings appeared to bave known notb
Ing whatever about this Humphrey, except that
I burlow Weed said be was "reliable" and up
on this indorsement, hs was authorized to make
purchases to an almost unlimited extent, and
now he proceeded, he tells himself:
Question. Of whom did you purchase cloth-
ing? :
Answer. . 1 cannot recall lue names notv.
They were nearly all strangers to me. I will
produoe the vouchers.
- Question, uio. you purcnase toe ciotnmg in
the market 1
Answer- xes, sir, 1 called to my atsistance
olerk, through whom. I purchased what 1
oould.
Question. What were tbe clothes full
suits? .
Answer. No, sir. There were . two ItemB
which covered the larger part of the purchase
pantaloons and hajs
Ques;ion. w nai am you ao wun tnem i
Answer. I forwarded them to Annapolis.
Question. On what requisition did you pur
chase bats and pantaloons? .
Answer. . No requisition.
Question. How came you to purchase bats
and pantaloons rather than anything else?
Answer. . Because I thought they would be
needed, as hot weather was oomlng on. I bad
seen tbe soldiers pass through here with warm
winter clothing, wbion X believed tbey could
not endure when tbe warm weather should
come on. .. . - t.
Question. Then you wtre guided by your
own inlormation ana judgement as io wnai
would be needed at Washington?
Answer. '.Yes, sir, ; ..
Question. Had you any other guide?
Answer--.No, sic. ......
Question. Had you any limits imposed up
on your actions except such as were Imposed
by your own mscreuou i
.Answer, No, sir. ;,' ' ' . ' .
Question. You puronasea sucn Kina, quai
Itv. and amount as was dictated by your own
Judgment solely 7
Answer, x es. Btr.
The clothing wot linen panlaloom and ttraio
hat to the amount tf vtr $21 J)00. ..
' The same individual, under the direstion of
the Secretary of War, contracted with Bene
dict & Hall for 75,000 pairs of shoes, at $2 SO
per pair, which were wortb about i is, thereby
r . . . . ' . , . -i . .-n ntn
robDing tne peopie oi auout i,a.
. '; Among the army tupplut purchased by. Mr.
Cummings are the following; f .. -
" 980 doten pint bf ale and porter, - -
lis?.....
' ; 35 quintals cod fish, 300 boxes her
1( ' in.
5?S oo
814 37
900 boxe cheese, SO package butter,
and eartage. ........
6 barrel of tongue.
i.wi m
127 60
4,145 68
17, 00
1.070 doxen straw bats .
10.081) Pairs linen pant..
S barrels of plkle..'if .-i
. ., 85 casks ef Scotch ale, price act ,
if.
Btatad.
10 make of London porter, prlc ' ' "'' -
i""" 7- not stated ...-.- t.k. - ,.,,
70S nail' carbine W'J tw,) ; . -w.rj
U eaohi 3Se 35....y... . , ,ll,e0
i It Is not unnecemry 40 say that these ars not
understood to be "army supplier," at the term
I nied. except the 700 Hall's carbines, which
is tbe same arm sold by the War Department
in the following Jane for i &u each
Rut thia I. nn( .11 If.. T . aim
000 (till remains In tbe hands of Mr. C, for
which be can show no vouoheri, and the pre
sumption, of course, Is, that he is a defaulter
to mat amount.
In these transactions, Mr.' George D. Mor
gan does not appear to figure extensively. He
was more fortunate. Being a brother-in-law
or becretary Welles, as well as a relative of
ine uovernor oi flew York, be was appointed
an agent for the purchase of vessels for the
navy. The two million job was too trilling to
be divided between two favorites.
.It is certainly a strange tbat a lawyer should
be selected tj inspect and purchase vessels, as
that an editor should be entrusted wltb the fnr
nldhltig of supplies for Ihe army; and both re
ceived their appointment fi'omiimilar motive.
and each appears to have mtaaged his trust
similarly. Neither were competent judges of
me nruuieB tney were required to purchase; and
it appearj doubtful If either ever exeroised all
tho judgment be possessed. Indeed the only
thing they appear to have been successful in,
was in niimg tneir own pockets
Tbe profits made by Mr. Morgan, and whlob
wore allowed by Mr. Welles, amounted, tn five
months, to $95,008; tbe shrewd Secretary, as
an inuueement lor nis agent to pay nigh prloes
for everything, gave him- a commission of 9),
per cent , so mat tne more be gave for a vessel
tho more ho realized by the translation.
We have only room to cite one example of
Mr. Morgan's financiering Tbe 'Stars tnd
Stripes" was built at a cost to tbe owners of
SJD.UUO; and, after paying them $15,000 for
some service, he purchased tbe vessel for $65,.
000 moro. . No wonder the Committee denom
iuat.es tbe pleasant little arrangement between
tne stccratary and bis brother in-law as "extra
oidinury" and "demoralising." Those terms
are uot eufflcienilv stroue.
We will refer to but one more particular, and
mat reiatvs to tne purcnase or arra 1 Among
tbe items above enumerated, as supplied by
Mr. Cummings, are 700 old muskets, for which
$12 50 each was paid These same arms were
afterward sold to a private party "Simon Ste-
veus, of Pennsylvania" for $3 50 eacb, and he
soon afterward resold them to tbe Government
for $22, realizing $18 50 on every gun,
Such details, not only of remissness, but ab
solute corruption, In conducting the affairs oi
Government, are almcst enough t3 shake the
faith of a casual observer, in humanity. A
malignant misanthrope could find, within the
limits ol tbe report, euraaient texts for a vol
ume or conclusions In favor of the total de
privity of tbe race.
The French Press on the Mason and
Slidell Affair.
[From the Paris Temps.]
If the Captain of the San Jacinto bas not
exceeded bis instructions, tho conduct of the
Fedt rl Government is unaccountable. It would
appear as if it sought deliberately to put itself
in tho wrong. Even if it were fully convinced
of its right, it should have, abstained from nsing
it, for it is clear that the advantage of tbe cap
ture of Messrs. Shdell and Mason is far from
compensating, under resent circumstances, tbe
rieka of a war with England.
[From the Courier du Havre.]
A louith rate State might submit to force
while protesting in favor of its tight. England
can not do si. She is bound, under the penalty
of falling from the high rank she occupies in
the world, to take up the matter with a high
band, and do lustice to berseii. ibis is lor ber
wholly a personal affair, about which she has no
need uf consulting ber lriends or allies ; the care
of avenging her outraged honor concerns ber
alone, and if, by this unspeakable insult, the
redera! Government hastens the recognition by
England of the Southern Confederacy, It will
have no one but Itself to blame.
The President on Confiscation.
A Washington correspondent of the Chios go
7'fioune, who professes to bave good authority
fir bis statements, gives the following as an Im
pcriant subject:
I am able to correct the painful impression
here noticed with regard to the President of the
United btates, and 1 do so with tbe more satis
faction and gratitude tbat I was deeply grieved.
in common with nine-tenths of the loyal citizens
of the country, by tbe countermanding or Fre
mont's proclamation, and by tbe application of
the check-rein to Secretary Cameron's just and
wise inclinations. Mr. Lincoln assures bis
friends, without reserve, in conversation, that
be is in favor of measures which shall enable
us to deprive every rebel from Virginia to Tex
as, of bis slaves and every other species of
proptr.y, and that the only disagreement which
oau arise between him and Congress will relate
to tbe details of tbs bill wbioh may be adopted.
If any such disagreement shall arise, it will, I
presume, relate to tbe possible involving of
loyal masters In the consequences of eman
cipation to the slaves of their disloyal neighbors.
ID" The Me. Vernon Banner learns that Chris
topher Burkett, who formerly lived and worked
in Mt. Vetnon but who bas recently been em.
ployed at tbe steam saw mill, near Lexington,
n Kichland county, recently came to bis aeatn
In the following painful manner: It seems that
wbilo at work tn tbe mm be wat caugnt ua oy
a band tbat passed around a wheel, and in a
moment bo was dashed so violently aronnd that
death instantly ensued. Tbe deceased is said
to bave been an industrious and estimable cltl
ten,
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Is precisely what IU aacaa tndtoatas. tor. while,
nLg,
leasaut W the test., it i. revivify! at. exhilarat.-
ig, invigorating and .trengthanini to -lue flud
IvLtaUx, and renew th Blood in all Its purity, ai.i,
Uinin at once retioree and remitri M tyttem it-
kminerabie to attack of dleeaee. it Is Ih only
Doware. ana as in. earna uaaa mjivtriM. ,m
preparation ever offered to ine wor a:, ohmi-
3
cally and skillfully romblaed aa to b th !
ipowenui toots. andat ine same uin. so perrecii)
ftdapftd to, a to act in ptrleotaooordanoe with tM
liar, of natuta, and bene will eootAe tne usocii
iafomacA, and ton up th digestive organ, awl
thu allay au nervous and other irritation. - it u
pertMtly exhilarating, and at th same Hue it is
H
las to produce urn most tnorougn tonic en mi, witn
but producing any Injurious eonsequences. Such
aj a remedy ha long been felt to be dealdeiatum la
Tj ah medical world, for It needa no medical aslli to
niae that debility follow all attacks of disease,
proceeds and indeed lay the aystem yiieu to the!
A 'Insidious attack of many of the most hital, such,
1 1 fur example, as th follewiaa: Oontuaii'Uoo. it-
V utjia. Uoa. DssDeosia Loes of Aonetite A'aininenJ
nervous irniaDimy, neuralgia, raitian mei
Heart, auiaB0B0iy,xiignt sweat, languor, uwih
neat, ueienuon or, aa wen a rainiui jtjuue-.. j
too profuse, or too scant Menstruation, end rail.
Rn. of the Womb. These all depeud upon genersl
Mobility, xni pur, neaiuiy, ionic loioim tout
Ulood ttenovaior it nature ta .ore 'iU mio luti
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rit and set. There Is no mistake arui u. but
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open to bUkous attacks, Ui liver Imodium torpid
or worse uncased, the kidneta reliM to neiioru.
their funotions, ao at are troubled with Maldkua
and Incontinence f urine, or luyoluutary u
rharaa of the aama. oaln In the hack, slue and fee-
itween the shoulders, .xoeedtagly liable 1 elieiit
loo Ida, cough., and if unchecked, soon .iocuti,i.
follows, and in paueut gee dowa l premolar!
ahrrav. eat paoe will sot allow u to en urn.
tjUlU many ilia to wctcn we are liable in a wisa
sx jOoiiaU wd sHlocxi itooomlor yoi lure i-criwci
iswi. piMitD suia cuecioAi rvineny top kt
Appetite, blllouanee, I letulenee, weak and .i.-.IW
4l..m..h l.n.ll.... t.lw.r n,.m,.l.inl Th.ll. A.. il "
!tf.v.r. nf an Hlllou. attack. ilnallvtiBMa. Aeuliut ' '
of the Btomaoh, Nervousness, tieurslgla, f.i .iu I ,
Uonof the liaart, vepreetion or cptriis. i-urm. ft
Pimples on the face, or any dlssase anting iiva
mDura blatMl. au aa rtiirolnla. Urvimala. 1
'nltis, Cough, dithealty of Breathing, and ell imit ?
0
ioelass ef disease oalled lemal wsakotAa. ai.d i
numerated above. We will lso say the Uo !.-r
lexposed to epidemics, change of oliiaate and . m-i;
will and it a uleasant, ai ana ,ur. icuiij; ..
land none should ever travel without.' he. Inr.lv
try it, for we aesur you you will dnd la 11 a .rteuov) '
lndeed.a.wellaaafrleud la need. All ii..ji..oIi
sedentary habits will And It a perfect preveuUv oil A
well as cure for those ailuuniis towktoh tue aia:
particularly axposed. llonoenjlnnU.r,,tu i-ui.i,,iij
torneys, literary inuetnen.ana isoie. wrwaren-.a
Mcnatomed to much outdoor exercise, will il..
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to their advantage to keen a bottle cur.iUi.tiv jr.
hand! and, above all, mothsra, or thva. becuiuiLul .
such; will go through that muat dangerous rnl
not only win all thslr accuatomni streogtii, wi
saf and free from the Uiouaand ailments s, i ruv-l
alentamon. the female iorllon of the wurld li I
short, It is Indeed a mother's cordial. Try it, old I
n
Land young; no longer run the risk of delay: u wiiil
reivtvc and prove itseir empnatioaiiy a wmi
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time CordieUand Blood Uenooatur.
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bold by KOBKHTS a BAMUKL, Ooluuii.u,, t)lr
land all good UrugglM Price One Dulli
sv
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Table and Pocket Cutlery.
I especially Invite th attention of ill Interested to ny
stook of Pocket and Tabl Outlery, and '
MILTER PLATED ITOUHwt i ;.
Table, Desert, and Tea' Spoone,
Butter Kjiives,
ol hOQIRRb A BRO'B. Manufacture, warranted to
extrahoavy, Rlectro-Plated.on genuln Alhatt. "'
Country Merchant, Uechantc, and others, ars InvlttJ
ocall and examine my 8 took, a I am prepared to rtli
holal and Retail. . Wfll. A, GI1.I
Oolumbu. Ohio, Hay 8, I860.
DR. DEL AND' , ;
ANTI-RHEUM ATIC!B A M
18 THE ONLY, KNOWN llEMKfiVV'rt
- . ..... ,1, fTj,.i
Kheamatism, Gout and - Iidtuafifia,
-" ANA.8DMODRKrOU,l(,0((,
Mercurial Distttd)
All
: ig .via a i,
. -i . . -: rt -iT
It I a oouv.ul.utly arrangsd Baud Mntainlu a t oic.1
lotted compound, to be Worn around the Walit, wlthnut
injury to th most delicate persons; no thaurt h naNt
of living required, en.i it entirely seaove thj di.
tern from the er.tem, wtihoat preduulug Uie iuiuriuua
effects triatng (rum Uie use of powerful Intern-it, inMl
ins. Which weaken and destroy th. eaeetlruffiMi, einil
give temporary relief only. ; By this IreNtsKtvlMUit tud
(steal properties contained ta th Bans, owe bt muiaut
with the btuod nd reach th diaeate, Uiiourli .the y-r-.i
ot the skin, effecting In every Instance spurred e:tt4,
and restoring the part, afflicted to beniy eekdilleai.
This Band Is also o)otwerM aan-alsmi iiauaacam,
and will entirely relieve taesyausa fsom !e pcruiviam
.ilectsei Mercury., aiodarals cases ac cur- d In a r,
duyt, and w ars onstantly recslvhig tStimnnials nf In
eitloacy in agnravated cavs cf long ttauilingw 1 If-i
Paic ,, tobshadof DratrgtaM aMeraliyj usskd
bo sent by mail or expreee, with full direwiubi tur u t
loany part or me country 4 uircu-, irom ;n"Qv
, Ko. 409
BSOiSWtT;' Kew tnrk?is,
42. SMITH U CO., Sole Prupictoia"
H. S.-Dseciiptlve Qlrculars gnt Vv. V
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A. J. SSnCKLLBR A SOS. Drcouht, ierKTs,
x77 s. High St., bet. Irleud and Mound, Uolonbus, O.
IO Af eats Wanted Everywhere.
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