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a. ... . .. ...i tin t '" S i a Ii " 1 , . I . . l VOL VIII. NO. 30. NEWSERIES; rfnm mnma; htnn : RMT. At "M0MTNG. JULY 14, "1861; fTVViJwlllUIJt) VJFAXXV, ww'vaa - , , I M SIX O0XXAZS rZBTZAB, InTarlably la Adranct.' DAILY. TEI-EEKLT aJb ' WBEXIT MANYPENNY & MILLER, PTJBLIBHIBB AHD f BOP BIITOBI, , ,,, ,-,, t.; ., , .. ; , CT Office Koi.'se, and iOortn Big- St TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADYANOB. Daily " . ,: S8 00 pwyoar. " By tlia Carrier, per week, sent. , Trl-Weekly ... 8 00 per year. Weekly,. ..': ' ; 1; I 00. - ermi of Advertising by the Square. st square 1 yeai . . . B'JO 00 One " (I month 18 00 On "' 6 month! IS 00 'Jut ' " 3 monthi IS 00 On '" ' month! 8 (10 On " lmonth.., 9 00 .4 00 Oneaanar I week. On " . 8 iHki On " ' I week a. a a. i . 1 7S 0n,' ' 1 Insertion; W ks.. 00 I. ...ioo Displayed idvrtii(ranU half1 man than the above retei. , ,., ,'..,.-.-n All uulice reqalrca to b publUhedbi lw, hInM. 1( ordered on th Imlde excltftiTsly rtr th Hrt iwk , per cent, more then the 1mt Mm; bat till inak wll ippetr In the Trl-Weekljr without oairg. " . r . v i bulnenCrd,notioedliif Tline, perjMr, la lie, J40ptrllieionUidei, - .1 i y m :-v. Notice of fuetlnp, ehuri table ootetUa.fire ooaapule, 0., bilt )rir.- ; ; :., ... ' . -i . AU trantinU ativrUfmnU mnu b paidtr 4m a loaned - Thti rule will not be Tel freri. j: t Weekly, ume prto u th Bllr, wket IbandMrltor aitlia Week lv alone. Where 'he DallT and Weeklt an both uied, then the charge lorth Weekly will b na'f thtrateior th Sally . O ' ' ." " No advertisement taken except (or a dcSnlt period.- BUSINESS CARDS. F. A. B. BIMKDiS, Attorney at Xja-vct . . AND NOTARY PUBLIC, . . . , Offlc Atnbo Building, oppoalU Capitol Iqnar. ...-,. COLDMBU8, OHI01 JX.m OSBOHNB, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, MARION, OHIO. ooiiTJMsna- -, Machine Mannfacturiag Company. MANDFAOnjaMM O STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS, OMtingi, mil-Oewlng', ItAcBlnwy. . ALSO, or itibt DnciimoR. ! . 1 . COIiUMBUS, OHIO. 01IA8. AMBOB, Bap't. ' T. AM BOS, TreM. deoll. l&W-tf Winter Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia EH RAILROADS. For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis! Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cart and bat One Change of Can between Columbus and St. Louis. THREE TRAINS PAILY FROM COLUM BUS. FIRST TRAIN. (Dally, Monday txctpted.) MIOHT EXPRESS, tia Dayton, at 8:45 a. m.,top. pin at London, Xenia, Dayton. Hlddletown and Hamtt ton,arrlvingatCineinntlet8:40a. B.;DaytoB at 5:45 a. m., Indianopolii at 10:48 a.m.; lit. Louiiat 11:50 P- 1 sECoND TRAIN. , ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m., (topping at all 8ta tloni between Oolumbni and ClnotnnaU and Dayton, ar itrlng at Cindfanatl 11:02 a. m., Dayton at 9:15 a. m., Indianopolii af 9;'J8 p. n. ,, Ir THIRD TRAIN. . i. , DAT KXPBE8S,a 850 p. m.. ftopplnr at Alton, JeBenon, London, Oharleiton, "Oedarrllle, Xenia, Spring Valley, Corwtn, Morrow,- Deerfleld, loeter'a, Loreland, Millford and Plalnrille, arrlrlBg at Olnoln oati at 7:20 p. m.; Bt. Louto ajt IS b; Dayton at 1:34 p. a. ; Indianopolii at 10:38 p,m, Aleepinv Oars mn mil niffht Tralna f Cincinnaii and luaianapoll. r BAGGAGE CHECKED THUODOH. . - ', ,i' ' . v:i . ' .( . .' ! for further Information and Vhroagh Ticket apply to . . ,.- u M. Ik BOHBRX :.' . I Tlokt Agent, Union Depot, OohraHw, Ohio, o -t. .1. ' M.W.VOODWAM, r Superintendent, ClndBaart. V t ...,. . JNO. W.DOHHH.TI- Jul! 'is i - .. . .. i . Agent, Ooluabaa, ' - 11 1 1 fast Beeelfedl 1AA HFi CH CBEEH and 1UU BLACK. TKAS 400 ban nriata Wo Cone. , 1 50 pocket old Dutch QoTeromeat Jara Coffee., . , 75bgVeyuuonee. , .... . - ' ' SOObbl. ctasdard Whit Sugar, eoniletlng t Pow drd,0hrutied, GranuUt! AandBOoffe. 1 50 quintal Qorg Bank Codflih. -. i, , ;...t SObbl. Mea and No. 1 alaokerel. .. , , r. 6 tea, Vkk lahaonr., . ., j-y , .-.. v -. IOO bt. Layer Jtauin., i r 60 b(. box d u do i n , IOO qr. box do r d , r ' -ji- - rr. :i , IOO it Cigar, different brand and gnde. . ,, orW - WM. MoDOltALD. Mv C. LILLEY And Blank-Book :ltfainintDlir,' K0BTH xHOB Rain; QQVTlttVi, OHIO ' Red mitc aha Blue -r-. ac i IV1IVM. ..a . ,u: api99 j .... i.u,.' Yi; vl'es MILKS,' 3" V. 'i ;sAiif stsotr;1 I .U. 80 Bfluth High itreet. A NEW HOOF IKUXe.nc o, v..'.. u.l: iiidiiA. A4dj .'. J" V....I. No.BOUT HI0H BTB,Mi;.f ,ip . Hay Juit reeelTel a nJ Wk f B00? 8tIBT tin lined In a (man fat luperlor to any yet latroduced f DURABliil'AND GR ACE1TJLNESS Jf mhS3. I ' J l:(tfr:A: illl tit fl'i f lU yv. FASIlt.X VLOOJaU WHITB WHEAT, DUAIIPED BXN O V JFIj Alt J33. 3. Prom ' 'Banrett MWe,11 BuitmrgeM, O yiourbroaxhlto pear market,- fatti'tactlon guaranteed! rorsaie oniy at, . na, siouuwAiiU o, , , a norXT ' U , . 4 JOS Boath,Bixk streat. t i. t:- "ri-4. j-' ' " tTTAKKAKITED FAtSBIO .;-".:o.i: M TT Linen BhirtBoom.. pmla aadYsnei-iislui.iV Bblrting and Boioa Linen. . Linen Bheetlng and Pillow CaslDgl. ' , Linen Cambric and Long LwnS. Linen Poctret.lmdkrh, all alse. Aonea xoweiungiaiid DUperS Linen Towei with wlered korderti ' M M T.lnnn Hl.lr Onv.rinAnA IJmti: Por ml at lewprice. , A i I 1 tib South Mutt street,- 1 ' ' J linen ltapklna and D'Orliw. Linen Table Cloths and Setia Damaik. BUCUBB, BW at; lea, jut epenad ifl , , , aprlU No. MaVnUBigh street.' 1 , , waBOESTmeli ROYAL QUARTO-DICTIONARY. Th Latest-Tho largeatThti' 'tl$ i xne cneapeit oaan.ue sen, I-, r:, , . . Tiie'iriotBeUakj taiar thorilraltliiEaaUel!"-", "TtfB BB8T NQMH MOiI0HAT; XTAHT." rtt.. m mnriief a Hundred Theeuaad Wordi, .Kr, .niuwUu uuilnn ud Aariaauon, locauer with Umroorreot ipening, ana pronwniuon tthrfAMHum.11 CVtMCrmoM tommerouu. tin nnderrlraed, member of the Ohio I tat Teaober' AaeMiaeloa. adeotaadaha toajwla teaching, wilting and i enaikinv. the orthecravhy and pronnnoiauon ot WoroeeUr'i Boyal Quarto Dtotlcnary, and w moet cor iuiw it mM th. at nllabM i tan (lard an tborlty ot tn Bngiun ungual, a rt m bww-wii u poaen. , . . ... . , . Loitw Awoaxwe, PretUent Kenros oaiier e M. D. Ltaarrr, Inperintandent ZanMTllI Bohooll. " Vao. W. Haavm, Bap't Maeeilon Uutan School. It . Omar, inp'f Publl iohool, Banduaky. John Ltmcb, Bap't run acaotu, viiraeriiw. Bt N. Bion, Principal Olereiand lemal Bemmi- loBKOaDM. Principal BtaU Normal Bohoel, Mlnn- OiauirfAtow, Principal fourth InUrmedlat Bchool, Vlntlnnattr r - - r . . t . : r f ' H. 8. MABTnti Bapt canton union ocnooi. ;A e, BlwiB,SrlnclpallIoNlr Normal Bohool., Xli V. Taftam, Prof. Matbenutlo, Ohio Unlrenlty. Wk. W. BnwABn, Bup't Troy Union Bchool. . . rr I . , Hlarh ji1.aI. II 1MB' B. A. Ioxton, AMOCIat rrtncipai UlgnBcnoo vine- i . . .... 14 .... . TmroDoki tniuMi irinapai mgu bcuooi, dwiij land. i " r7" jf 4,7 ". i '" ' n. v. Hnwiarrnw. prinflnai uirraiana inmraw. 1. A. OAarutui. Preildent of JtlecUo Inititute, Hi- rl . W. L. HAaau.Prof. orOheBUtry. utuo wieyan TJnlTralty. , '' t -t - H. II. BAamr, lx-0minllonrof Common Bchoolt, Ohio. . , Jake Momoa, rror. Kaetorm, Vbtrlln Upliege. "rn. Hi,.,.. Prolrlent Antioeh Oollere. O. W. II. OaTBOAST, Prof., Mathematlc, High tj O. CaonACH. Prof. Langnai, High School, Dayton. - .. . B.M. BAaB,Bp't union Bnoii04u. JtVr dan Sim Bundni eOur PrttidtnU (fCoUe- 941,', Profttmm, AvlAart ana vuunqruuiwn tawxe PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. - If utnu Ooiuaa."It la tralr a ntacnlfloent work. an honor to th aathor, tt pabUahti and the whole eouatry." Preeident Andiww. , OaWAJiiinTrT"itxcidriiyxpct Hon.. It will ha wit raid In orthoc ranh and pronun ciation, and will often be eonraltedbymaforiu neat and aces rat d Initio n. "Preildent Toompna. W. B. XcLecno Cotxao. "Heretofore w haraaaed WHatert orthography. At a recent wtlnf of oar ait. It m d.rlded to chant It to conform to that of Worceitsr'i Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Prwrident OarSeld. .. . . , . - ' ' Wtrnai Bxtaara Ooixisa. 'I find .li worthy of oordia. approbation," midant auoMpoa. , ., Otxaua Cou-ubi. "It nor than meets aay expeota ticma. I raoommend it a the itandard authority hi orthoepy to my children and my puplli." Preldni uorfn. - - - - - ' Arnoca OniLmii. "1 adontand aim to ae In teach lng, writuwand apeakln;, the orthography and prooua. elation oi worceners soyai naarw iroiirarj. Pwmdent Bill. - - Tn .It n arrittnr. naklnff.'aiid teachln. I haT tt' deavored to conform to the rule for orthography and p renunciation a eoa tamed in Wvrceeter' Dlcuonary. florae Mann, lata Pmldant. ' i Kairrna Ooluob. Qunm.-l taott cordially icooav mond It a th mott reliabl itandard authority of the BnglUh language a It ti now written and ipokcn." Preddent Andrew. , . . , j . , , , ... SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS; OF. OHIO. iVom Stv. Anion SrxytX, OmmUHontr Comma 0CAOOM lit unto, i , , . "Th Dictionary I an laperlihable noonment to th leaning and Induitry or II author, ana an nonor u mm world of letter. Tb machanical exeratton Ufareup- rin ,i. that Af .nv Athar UiiMB with Whink I mm ao jquainted," . . : , ... , I n r-r r n . 4, . . ..... j. A "The mott reliable atandaiil autbarlty of the !- " . r , . , ' - WHAT TUB- -' i Leading Newupaper of OInio Say Iron U4 CleUtanS Benito o JrareAJS. '' Vhe erthomnhy of th WorceeUr Dictionary that need by moat. If not all, aathor of dia Unction la Uu country and Ingland, and comonni to tne general oaag of ordinary wnwr and apeak ere. Wh.ue.F nrelndleea maw hara axlated nrrrlOTjlly. careful ttody of this volar will hmriably a followed by a warm appreciation of It great merit, and a dealiv to add It to th wail eicteq library, n n large or waaii, It n a library la it If, aad eriU naeala . aav laparlaha' ble record ot t&e learning or 1U eotapiter.... ... , ., from V ometmtM Ormmeraiai tAprUSO. tfm m nmnrda of a hnndred theuaand word good. bad and Indifferent who, mnltlfarlou meaning and dcrimUon. together with Ihelr correct plUng and pro nunolation, are et dearly before the eye. The work I unquestionably th greattat Xhaaaruaof English Ward sw publiaasd. - ; ' . 'w i4 Iron tU OUi$imdtUUnUalr of&n. 80, I860. Bwf(4nt WU.IU' KlITAl OBABTO DlOnOBAkT C em eniv Ae Ime. but AW aawr war of t4e kini fit- ml .n. h. MMiMlltKrwkweeBBarloaf eontroreray,. v w i v i-'i'.J i ... ; from tt 7Wio Ml(f Hay 89. kd to nmnrwctATMii. Woaorma N TTil BtawsiiID followed by our best author. In definUloai.JM leave nothing to be dedrad, aad in OaTBOoBATBY it is sufflcttnt to ay that WOBcansa oaa be aafely foliwea. ! ' 1MlGttAn'V BBAC6 ' Pa Ibliahare, BaakaoUera At Btatiaaer 0. 101 SUPBBIOR BT., CLIVILAND, OHIO. aat ... .,. , v 4- ,.- . H.. , . i Aiiaam lllli THE MtTFTJAIi BENKITT ;' LIEE INSURANCE COMPAHY, or ti.-t Dlwidend Janaavrr 1; 180 awwv.-Ta.va4.td. 1 ... . ASBIT8 " ; Jr9Kr554.5 Statemeat jraatuarr9 1881 M ' Balasce, par itaUaaenkJaa. 1st, lfl0O... I?, 6 ,581. jMoetrea lor ramtami .uar: .... , .u r . , lnr th year 1W....-....7,J 55 ' Becetved for interest diuinc ... . k tha year 1BG0 SI,il l " ' Tom, woelpts W 'lSitr.r... 1977,007 ?' Paid Claim by atb7.0oti oo u. . . . u j ,. . ; Paid PoUoies surren- . 4 .1 11, IU . rcu ... int.. .I'm. jr j- 4 Taut Salaries, IW- a -- JL .J. if i. JS. . snu v . Paid OemaistioB as- J ' ' ' ajrent 51.3S5 HO Paid Physieiatiat lees. f6,6S J5 Paid Annuities. ..... .JLS 17(10 ., 5I " r lng Nel Balanes Jacsary lst,l80). 'ABSlto'.4 ' I V . Caihon hand".. ...... - AB84'td""' Bondi and Mortgage on-Bn via , I? ', Betato, worth doe U tsa,fi - r. -j, ' In lb roe, ealy iBBBlng S l"m V u.t 1 oen. Interests Anj.WH lnj ii; LoanonBerlp..i. 5.W14 h Prsmmsss,MoAassadOsshTM'',r l'-iri :-o i 'vt4unof tiansmlrsion.... 45,3175 ""total WMUV.....,;;v....iM:fllM " , A.ifj - f t ilu Sa ir , .mtmmmmmmmthMmi T,BT5 PolWataforoi. icstrJin..kWUBtSfM3a 1,436 bbw Peltries, tons seta bees. dark that yaarr Attar a earetal oalewMIca cf tasr rtastat Tarawef eatatandlng Policies of the Company, and km tea ineiiiiiry owtotml In reeerre therefor, the Dlreotor have olsBd4k)VBrBBf 4A per eetil, tm the "Preah am mid at th table rates, to all nolle! fox life la fores. issum prior to January K uce, payaeleaoeerainig rs preaent ral of th Company. a i ,,. ,j r : Bates for alt kind of Lll OontlnrnM,. Ttotpect os,Stateaea(, Bad Application, will b Sairnlshed wiTBocw stuBsa, a. Iba Oiieaar Aatwlawef nn.-yiv ntiAVra 1 lijMJ. 0. HILLPll, Beereesryt ' IBm,:tMP.t,l.W, Mil en IrH VI i.n ai Meu AcJuIimmm Hln4a V T sTsHhiia, ia0I, r;u; AsvtS .kv. Oonmm. i6i ' iii ii ti BBA8B BTLKB, ofrrerr g. n.' 1 , r.int t-ljt 4 - . .. . stis a BIB. PelU) lie. Ma til, arse, 1 , lamsamMlrnf f Scroftila; or King's Evil, is a c"tituti6Vit disease; corruption V tlie bloody by vlflth, .tnU fluid peoorhes y!tTatd, jrfnkj.and po0r. Being in the circulation, jt perjaaea we iynoie, douy, unu may uuioi uut, in from sease on tfirtjfart of it. Jits ttacks.Vnor is there No oriran is free . Y . . . not is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint is wwualy causejd by. rncuriai disease, low liviag, disr oraerea or unneaiiny xooa, wnpurB uv,. iuwi and) filthy1 habits, the depressing vices, end, above all, by, the venereal infection.' Whut" ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the eon. sutntion, descending irom parents to eiuiiue unto ftje third and fourth generation j" indeed, it.aeetas to be die rod of Him who says, " I will .visit the iniauities of the fathers upon tholrjpluldren.' Its effects commence by deposition from the blood.ot corruDt or ulcerous matter, which, in thellungS) liver and internal organs, is termed tubbr1 in1 the glands, swellings and on the silfiSce, eruptions or sores. This foul cor ruption! hich gcndeVs in the blood, depresses the" energies of lire, so that seronilous consutu tioaSlot only suffer frOra scrofulous com nlairtts, but they hay far less power to with- a-. M . kt.d.ii..L. '.T rlmMDMl anrvat a Ml II yi II I.IIH ' lllLUIirVB 111 U L1IUA7 Uiarjasca . VVIira quentlj1 va k numbers jMSish' by disorders which. aitliOtisH not scrofulous in their nature, are still " rendered fatal by this taint in the system. Most or the consumption wmcn ae cimates the human family has its origin directly in tliis scrofulous contamination; and many destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, Oram, and, indeed, of all the', organs, arise from or ara aggravated by the same cause. cine niiftrter ot an our neoDie are scroiiuous : their persons" are invaded by this lurRing in fection, and their health is undermined by it. To cleanse it from the system we must renovate the blood by an alterative medicine, ana in. vignrate it by healthy food and exercise, Such a medicine we supply in AYER'S Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, the most effectual remedy which the medical skill of bur tunes can devise for tins every where nrevailinz and fatal malady. It is com. bined from the most active remedials that have been discovered for the expurgation of this toul disorder from the blood, and tha rescue of the system from, its deitruc tire consequences, Hence it should be employed, for the cure of not only Scrofula, but also those other aiieo- tions which arise from it, such as iinupnvs and. Skin Disbasbs, Bt. Anthonys Hub, Kobe, or Erisipbi-as, Fimpi-bs, rusTCLES, Blotches, Blaiks and Boils, Tumors, Tettbb aad Salt Riibum. &oaxo Head, Bimowobjc, Rheumatism, Sypmilitio andMEucuiuAL Dis- eashs, Diiopsy, Dysfbtsia, iiEBiUTY, ana, (n.Wd. at.i. Complaints aktsino fkom Vitia- web oii Inprjim Btoon. The popular belief in " imauritu ofth Wood " is founded in truth for 'acrofula is a degeneration of tlie blood. The oartllcular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa- r..,, . . ..:S j .vs. a..: A nlia IS to puruy anu icgi.-imw uiii nai nuiu, without which sound health is impossible in contaminated constitutions. . Ague Cure, .. , ' ' , rOR THE SPEEDY CURE OP Tnlra.lttanc Vrvmr. or Fever andAtue, Remittent Fewer. Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Periodical Headache, or Blllona Headache, aad BUlon Fevers, Indeed for the whole class of dlaeaiea orls;lnat Ina; In biliary 'derangement, canted by sate iuaiana ei iuiwiu.uv vwu-m-v. V are enabled here to offer the community a reniedy which, while it cures tlie aliove complaints with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts where these afflicting disorders prevail. This "Cunr." expels the miasmatic poison of Fever aktj Aacn from the system, and prevents the de velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class of eumplaints, but also tne cueapest. me mrsi niiantitr we siinnlv for a dollar brines it within thi reach of every body; and in bilious districts, where FkVf.ii and Aooe prevails, every body should have it and use it freely both for cure and protec tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any other ever discovered for the speedy and certain nir nf Intermit tents is that it contains no Quinine or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or 39 other injuriotis cllects nliatever upon the constitu tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if they hart never had tho aisease. Ipvtr sad Apia it not alone the ronsequenee of theimiaaraatic poison. A grett variety of disor ders arise from its irritation, amonc which ara j.-ri; ltl,umaiiim. Gout. Headache. Blind- ntu, toothache , Catarrh, Asthma, Faj. rr-f ofc all ot when rJKt toe poison trem tne oiooa, ana eonacquniuy rair, them all alike. It is aa invaluable protection to immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily resiling in the malarious districts. If taken occa sionally or uauy wiiiiw .ipw,. iw- uo .uiw.iuii, that will be excreted from the system, and cannot accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec ting than cure, and few will ever luffer from Inter- mittcnts if their avail themselves of the protection this remeay anoras. Prenaivd by Br. J. C. ATER & CO., Lowell, Mass. ' i - ' B0BIBT8 As SAMUBt, Oslamba, - Aad By Prarriita and peelers rrerywnere. nT:iu,,ww CA5ADIA9 USITES BTATES KAIL STEAMERS to and ruon LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW. 1 Liverpool, Mbntreal, QuebeCj Vk. ir.tn.i Amu RteaeuhlB Comtieny' Bnt-elia full-powred01yde-bullt Bteamars nil every Bat a relay from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian United Btatas Mall ana passengers, , - R0RWBOIAN, NORTH AMERICAN, - ' BOHEMIAN, ' ANOLO-SAXON,, . ' i NORTH BRITON, , ';. HIBERNIAN. .. el' OAS AD IAN, , .. , HOT A BCOIIAH. Baarteat, Cheapeat anaQalckcatVea. nrsBie -, SAimiu to. all mn or itrson. it.-1 JSMttmot raauBBite) to Karope, ; :,!; .'-', 30.00.a0.;- .. ' WlU sail fra LIVERPOOL every Waeiaearlay, 58 tha the uw ' " " d frmw ftUBbSO awery Saturday, calling umnaNDBBBJr. to reotite ea board and land Bail Ptasengei. to and Km. Ireland and Bootlaad. LONDONDBRaJfj Tr"pthaar Bteamerv' are built of Iron, In waUr-Mght iTUmtm. trr BvA an arpenencea Burgeon, n.J.,t..n7 ia said to the comfort an accommoda tion er passengers, i DKUX, u great nan uj avetaea, Ai they proceed direct to LONDON, t and Aaiay f calling at St. John's ahvanw ' infers are rariilshd with ran taasge Bck.la to and from Dosdosoerry. i v .'ji BeturB tickets iraritM at jwuucwu . OerUSoBM asued torearrytag t rfnt,T"''r sengae tross all tn Ireland, as reaueaa- tbrwj.w - "". T bw aha WASHINGTON hlXM.VW baaaiUW rAuaaio, troa.U th yrlBelBal towa, ef Oraat Brital. at rednead rase, ey UD iMvini. UmmmI averw Bight Drafts law sTl and vlfT ski in Knglana.lr.laa, 8co- iaaa : w. alee. ef Mr. apply at16e 0e. 88T"OAp. IWATBH ST., 1 casmre, ai WAT) NwvW 1 Uveraaaii - ' Of to- - J. R. AnMSTRONC. ' olO-lydatw- - Post Otic, Oolumbni, Ohio, Co-Partaerhip. ,'l ' IltATE THIS DAT ABHITTEI sob JAMBS AOnaB BAIN a partaer In my ness, wniea wilt net wr ee woib v' or Bain a Moo. J -r.AAat'"aiaBiiga , Colombo, fob U, J8WV, ..,-, n-.i....r,, ,- ,ff m ' 1 ut a) IXKKBT KtirSfl4EB ' TftVt. 1MV'W!Ml.h,an. W. T..V PMlrtt r .1.. a T.rk vaehkaatbHi tlbavlar. Hair 'Cutttnt t'.' .li .- - riM.ii.. ...a - ' iHiflhitii uraat ever the Post Office, where sattsfactioB 1 . he sivaa ta ellTh VariowV ktwiehesi IdieS. lr-d i 1 ' . ... . - - - 1 " "i'-lJ,: Vx,nAa4. f iUSS BSrBaBn a i.tMt ntitm 1 f i.i.m .niiwellaaeartea. "-."J ITIj from AIOAN. RflU8fl t4Ia s- OLD PAPERS Ato BORDERS. : (Gfoid and Velvet Borders, ? SPLENDID T DECORATIONS AND FIRE BOARD PAPERS, Gold and Painted Shade?, gold : WINDOW CORNICES BUFF, BLUE, ; ' AND ' GREEN HOLLANDS WINBOW lESTUBES, all kinds, CORD AND TASSELS BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND FRAMES RANDALL & ASTON, IOO SoutU. 3318.1a. St COLUMBUS, O. H.B.-Uiidlot4saB4 persons wbhlng quantities p.n.i.will Bake money by buying oi e. vmj Merchants and pnons from abroad wlU do well to call and seen. faprll l-d2meodl RAILROADS. EAST. CENTRAL OHIO AND AND Steubenville Short Line RAILROADS RAILROADS COMBINED! . " C0H510T1NO AT BKLLAIBl WITBTHB BALTIMORE & OHIO, AHD AT PITTBBTJBQH WITH THB PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL tR.AXILBOAr): P0RM1N8 THB Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable Route to all Eastern uties i Trains Leave Columbus as follows : . M0RNINQ BXPBBBB teavei Columbu 3.30 A.M. from Union Depot, Bcllair or Bteubenviil i arrive at ""A0. M.i BteubeoTille, 18.S0 P. M. Pittsburgh, .rrin. 1.10 A. M.t viaAUmtoUM, arriTee at NW Terk 8.00 A. St.! PkiUuUlpMas anlveS at ynua- derphla, 4.10 A. M.; Rew York. 10.38 A. M. vmv alo at Barrlaburg for Baltlnore, arriving at 7.4S A. fg u attaclie4' to thU Train PltUburgh without .hang,; and Pumager. via A"a. ToVoiTb ra apvanob 'oil ' wobthbbn LINKS. , This Train1 also ootineeU at Bellalre with Baltimore and Ohio Kaiiroaa. and PITTSBURGH EXPRESS. Leaves Columbu II 85 A. H., from Union Depot, a. 4 ill.. .... . V.,V. 13 SO P. M. ! CoehOC- ,i..iu!i...,i.... "" V -,.T.i a ton, 8.15 P. a.; Bteunenviiie, w r. m..; rimnuni p; M. ITThls at the only route by which Passengers cm leaviTJlnclnnatl at 7 A. M., go through to Pi burgh in daylight, without change of ears or delay. 1 JTABI lilflSI. Leaves Columbus 3,15 P. at., from TJsion Depot, Bellalre.' arrives at. Newark, 3.Vi v. si., z,anerine, A 11 tt. H . n.ll.tra.7 .S5 P. M.! Plttabnivh. 11.25 M.; Harrlaburg, 9.00 ;A. M. i AUtntonn, arrivN at New York, P. M-s s PMladtlpkia, arrives piMiuUlnbia. 1.10 P. V.: New York, P. II, Train also oonnects at Barrisburg for Baltimore, .1.1.. mt. 1 V. M. ' Thla Train runs through to Bella! r or Pltteburg out change of Cant and from Pittsburg there ia change of Oars to Philadelphia, or via Allentowa New lork thus offering , Ths only Route from Columbus to Baltimore, Philadelphia, or New xorfc.witn omy one change or uars, Bv this Train Passengers arrive In New York k,ni. .dnnna af the Northern line, This Train also connect si ixtiair wun tne nanuuury and Ohio a. B. ILTTbis Route Is 30 mile shorter to Pittsburg, and, more than 1U0 miles shorter to 'New York, than Northern Lines. at I ana 1 I anu Bajaga die eked .Through to all; portant rointa juu.. , : i ASK TOR SI0K1TB VIA 4. BELLAIRE OR STEUBEN VILLE. Ticket Oaad avew- cltker Kaanta. I j I j JeltS JlfO. BBOWTT. ' flen. Ticket Agent Central Ohlip R. .... -I. A. HUTOHU ISON, n. Ticket Agat 8ubnTill 8bot Lin. , d yrrr- Ta.XXl "jLm G UU "" I ' 1 2. -; aGRICUITU11a1,WA11EH0USB And Seed Store; ;;., ''.HI ?:!. BEALBB W : 'n'i!r)l GENERAL "HAnDWARE, HAILB, CLASS, 8ASli, PtTTTt; flOBDI an,' Ontte, Plftalai Weed WUlawr -wsura. atfctrand Babber BelUn, lace saauei, kmg. v i.i .mi u . t, NIT boii- t. Bos ebl-diy IBNTLKMBl.' VXIO will I and an as M . i. t 14and flesrfl.' - h BmbroUered Pekt ilandl tervk W14 Olovea. aunerior aak. r :, oldea Hill Bhirts, var'ott till. ,J , , iovs So Hen Hill Shlruv do u: ' krtvlagad Street !, deM - JHJ t- . . . srr -- a-i-AW ajMh ah aT1aa. EmWa BaiWV-TiTiaAWi-s. Taw aaaej syiTif aUHaadOs.afnnU, Bpriis . He,nimihBlB wriRTTi'ioniiT gjgtjagyjgBujBSjaiaBaBaBa J J . - IIBXI.; Dally, per year.- Weekly, per fear.... Trl Weekly, peryeai .18 00 ,. 3 00 ,. 1 00 The Lord Chancellor of England. of v mi.. r..tFn -a death in London, Juoe 23, from tto rupture of a blood Teasel, or una jonn uaiup wuU for half ceatury has been pie-eminent as a ju .1., anfl m.n a( lAttfirU . - . Loid Campbell waa eighty years old within ... ntt,.thta death, bavins: been bora 00 .nv .. i - o.t. the 15th of September, hoi, at vupar Andrews, in the county of Fife, Scotland. He was the seventh child of - the Rev. Goorge r.-nkoii. minlatpr of CuDar. and his wife Mag dalen, daughter of John Ilallyberton, E q., the bead of a good lamuy in runarauinf. u father's side of the ihouse he was descended from the duoal bouse ol Argyle, and his moth- er was allied to several ooDie scotusa iamiiu. Bat the Lord Chancellor owed his great success at the bar of England far more to the power of his mind than the, nobility of his blood.e Throoghout his life he was distinguished by in tegrity above ail temptation, penwi?i discouraged, and an energj equal to the execu tion of all that bis Intellect planned. While very young Jono uampoeu waa cated with a view to clerical pursuits at the nni.oHU nf St. Andrews, one ot his co tem poraries being the future Dr. Chalmers. Having taken nie oegree aa juaewr v " to seek his fame and fortune at the English bar. In 1801 be entered his name at i.inooin a inn, where be attended the chambers of the late Mr. Tidd. In 180G he was oalled to tne oar, naving In the interval of five years of unremitting study, supported himself almost entirely by writing lor tne ionaou pre porting trials and writing theatrical criticisms for the London CAroauJe. ' '; - He then began bis practice at vv satrnmsier iT.ii .ra nn tha Oxford (Jlrouit. wnere ne formed a lasting friendship with the late Judge T'.ifnni. Thnaa early atruacles were lightened bv the publication of four volumes of Nisi Prius J r , rill 1 U U I . n.. n . Keports, nnaer ioro rjuonowvugu.. ..i..v tlce began to increase, rapidly, aod tboogh his politics were adverse to those of Lord Edon, his abilities, not to be overlooked, ...n.li fnr him. In . 1837. the silk gown of a king's counsel, ana a seat witom u h... Tn 1830. he obtained a seat in the House of Commons, beincr returned M. P. for Stafford, .h h ha .anrMflntAll in two suoceesivo sarua- monia. In 1833. he was chosen for the borough of Dudley, and in the same jear received tbe honor of lcmgninooa, on oeiua; piiu itor-General. In 1834, he succeeded Bir W. Home as Attorney-uenerai. wuen m me same year Lord Jeffrey retired from the repre sentation of Edinburgh, Sir John Campbell was umnuii h a litre maioritv. and continued to - " .". r " ,ol 1 U. represent that city until uue, oi ua accepted tha Chancellorship of Ireland, and a plsoe among the peers of England, as Lord Uampoeii, et Dt. Anurew, vimu.y .us, uw wile, a daognter oi iioro auiugvr, uwtuis; p. clnnil, heen crested a neeress in her own rieht, with tbe title of JBaroness Stratbeden. The Chancellorship of Ireland be resigned in the September following; in 1850, sucoeeded tbe late Lord Denham as Lord Chief Justice of tbe Queen's Bench, and was but a few years ago raised to tbe high position of Lord Chancellor of England, by Lord Palmerston. . In bjs later years Lord Campbell, acting upon tho miTim nf Bacon, that every man is a debt- tn hia nmfeaaion. emnloved his leisure in v -- r. .. ; -. 4 writing the "Laves oi tne tiora voanuemnB u Keenera of the Great Seal," an important ,.!h,4 in Ural hioeranhv. which be followed by bis publication of his "Chief Justices of Borland..:- v. i : J ji -1 J i'.. Lord CsmpbeU was not a Tery irequeni apeaa er la the Hoose; he took but little part mm .aa.aJaT tWil iiirutl dahatea. but when be did ad dress the Commons, bis speeches were always and had nalosble results. He was married In 1821 to Mary Elisabeth Scarlett, the ladt referred to above, and by her had seven children, three of whom were sons. One k4W4. naented Csmbrldse in Parliament, and another served in Bengal, in the army of F.at India Comnanv. Lord Campbell was man not merely eminent in bis own country but famous throngbont Europe and America. THE LATE SULTAN OF TURKEY. via . the Abdul-Medjid-Khon, Sultan of Turkey, who die) in uonstauMuujjit:, - b -y ha thirtfaurth aorereien of the fa- ....4Wia of Osmsa.and tbe twenty-eighth since the fall of Constantinople. He asoended tbe throne 2d of July, 183, aod throughout reign was but nominally the master of Turkey. h a man much riven to excesses, and death has bsen long expected.. He had fourteen hnt naeatia dv nil Drouinr. uuuui- miiu.ii,.... : . V. . ,ann Anis, born on the in oi reoruary, aoju. is hardly to be expected that the mere ' change of one sultan tor anotner win amy '"'v tant change In tbe pouey or conaiuonoi xur key.- ' .i. i s- Agricultural. via AH Us- via P, This ar with no to five im B. Hbvidv itoa vat Cnr.un- 'Wouu-EdUtrt Burei iVete rovirr :The eurraot worm crisis haanrnnannon US with all its withering trerttivenesa. and must necessarily afflict i-i-j 4n,..tr,.sa nf nnr hnnannaiaa wna serve . " . , . ..it in. n.UtAa. meow-Trail. iu . uij "J- t'-:-T' I believe yon have given -a very trutoiui SCriPUWL, 1U tua . v. .mw ... w. nseot and its habits; but a "lasS tor the ineeos baiu i u ..naeilir ent how to head him in and stop ws rapacity.-.. On that question tbe deponent epeakeln flH..nt1. aa no very enoourselmr. nrosneot "'- - . . " u... in tha aural neretoiorei or tn been gf Ten in ROT other ne wspaper that I hayo seen. But, Editor, what WOald yOU five to knOW bow it dona out here in GreeoeT XQU may aay, ... .i , . . . Y ... A turf tn .nivrer wour own anesuon. in sue " .. .... . , place, then, remove an sprouts ana luoaor may nave oonre op hw uv uumu. w berry plants i and cause the ground to be smooth aad firm near the stem of the bush. The raweeilinir ia to obtain some K&s tar, aoa L.wJ1 . nnvr tha tar all aronnd the- an Old tpoon poor tne tar ail arouna mo as near to the Stem as IS praouoaoio; alter prooees, or betore, winu a uwe cotton uatuog around the plant close to tbe ground, and with a good sited stick give the bushes a nnch ahrashtnff.tlll we worms are an oa aa tha erannd. and you mar be assured wiwma will do no more naroo untu anouier it is a lata oiscovery wun 1 hrnnrl eamaa. aad ha nroved entirely saoceasful, rnrtha Mure-ewt that a stiff naper may be around the tree, and tbe tar pat. upon that, it would be necessary to remove tne tar. around the plant, as it mlghl do barm. ' ' Rafnra malllnff the foretoinK paragraph thought it best to test the experiment in the ''' ' set iSa upward,, three os.four toch8.A Thette, fic.7oJiedW nrarinoked when the first experiment was n,w .nniinatinriB nave nrovea euecraai. Bwu fr". . ...,. . r . 4 soap expetimen the trees, also attended with far lees Tbe above application matt be made three days ia succession to mat a toorougn I v ana ranaatan as eitea as tne txanpa I ' ,, r V n.... innaB lVI..M.a. pear, iwuv, - ftarstiVrie Yerasr. '' x "... o... w.Mnv Fria ml Cdstlio -A correspondent of the lVess JBsiaaa' Farmer gives tat directions t ' 1 1'. "'' n 1 have found that a wash made of a piece OoricWintetbe half-barrel 01 water, bmuu n - ii.x.ri.'la a aura nrotectiott foe the 1 4i.. iba attaoki of the CuremUos ' Ik should r" li WS '.. a, V - : y , sirseU till 144 . ... ... I ii .j ...w anna after the Bleeeeras iau, & ITiL.! aa nfiari aa oooe a week oe ten Until the fral. ii fnlly grown- nita iiaa a.rflte a ffeoo siaeu sreo suay vw aletely eoTered with the wash In a few i 1 bellera the failare of this remedy 1 . . . , r 4 auiiuil.. be owiaK only K its imperi-wa ipvuwuwiw the soletioa baing tade to weak, to be h,at. Uraiaed a fine twos af i... uiimi nn a tree whloh has Btrippod of ltt fruit eTj summer for . . .. - 4 11.1. V rears 1 oeiieve tne irequent use oi m - . .. . ,41. I 1 -1 It,. .... promotes tne neaitu auu yigue w , The) Wheat Harvest, which is now being gathered, is, in this county, badly mlxsd with caea-f. Many farmers leave large portions un cut. Some farmers baTegood wheat, but others are destroyed by ebeat, black-rust, and so thin aa not to ba worth cutting. The wheat along Red Oak is generally good. Bretea Co, Argu: We notice considerable re ceipts of new wheat, Kentucky growth, which old tn miller at seventy cents for crime White, .till Inferior nnalitlaa sell for leSSS ' A lot of 2.000 bushels Mediterranean wheat sold In New Albany, Ind., to one of our city millers, at fifty cents per bushel. The, crop is .undoubtedly abundant, and new' flour should not command than 75 to $4 ii barrel for tbe Louisville Courier. . in I -ex. i - - -" raicxs RKDUCKD " ! Irom th KewVorkObeerrer.T '" Aiall partie mannfactorisg Sewing Maehine are ob liged lo div Mr. Hows a license on each machine told, and are a so compelled to make return to hia, nader oath, a to the number sold, hi books give acornotetat ment. Proa this reliable source we hare obtained the following atatlitios. Of the machines mad tn tne year 1859, there were (old, . . ' , , 'i By Wheeler fc Wllion. .81,305 I. M. Singer Co ....Hl.loJ ,, I , " Ororer . Baku.. ,.,...10,!fcv , Shewing th isle of Wheeler fc Wilson to bt doulU theM f any otner vompany." A warded th highest premium at the -. , , United Btates lairs of lUSe), 18j aod 1880; ' ' 1 alio at th - Ohi State Pair of 1859 and 1S6I. - and t nearly all the County Pairs in th Stale. Oar prices, st the 1st reduction, art at low a any lock tticA machine now aold, sod but a tail kit her than th Interior two tkrtad chain Itich maakintt, now forced uoon the merkel. The WHIBLKH Sr. WILSON UA0HINB makes th Lots Bticb the only one which cannot beraveled. It laAuBBON BoTBlinaaof lbs goods, leaTlng no tdgt or cXniiiLonthM wuUr.midA AU maehintt warranttd 3 yaori, and imtrvetUm gfyea in their use, tree or coarg. l . t I " B. C BART, HI nigh it., Oolumbu, 0. ' - WMT 8TJMMBB fc CO., 0ee3-Sawd3mwflm Ptlc' Opera Bona. Cincinnati. of a his bis T. HUNNEWELL'S ' ;, UNWERSAIr. V v . . ; COUGH REMEDY, Tor all Throat sad Lone Oomvlalnta. Inclndne. with most perfect results, WBoortaa Couqb, Oratorno abb UOBBOM UODOBS, DBOBCWAI, ABB ABBOAT VOBrUUm, always forerunners of Consumption. As a Booth uw Sraor It ha no superior, freed from all Opiate Bmetie properties, may ee seed by moat delicate oovitlf tarlons, end with prfeet on&dsno. .... HUNNEWELL'S CELEBRATED ; T0LU ANODYNE. Tbb fliiATBrr Natobai. Opiatb ever offered to th world, containing not a particle of Opium, nor any rob stance but it strictly vegetable sod medical propertle. A sure Remedy for Nsobal)U, Bbbtbatmb, Soot, Toots abb Bab Acts, Gatabbb, Bosa oa Has Pivot, and all minor Nervous Complaint. Poa Loaa or Blbbt, and Ueadtcha hi ait ha varieties, It has no equal, and to which most undoubted testmonl- tli are offered. ..." Poa Sbubicm nawsBill iiamoatpsrieotremeoy. Ion Bowsi. OoBrLAUm, after removing the pain It i a nhrsto, a moat important oontrast with the consUpa- tory effects ol Opiums To Pbyslelan, Ponnuas and Trial Bottles will he sent, and to Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pamphjet withoat poatage-auunp. -Prepared under tha special snpervlilon of . JOITI Ii. nTJNIVETVELI., CasansTAMD THAIUUCBUTIBT,. Ho 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Hut- To whom please direct all oommanlcationi. Price Laiy Cough Remedy , 50 osnts per bottle, Small " S!5 " " ToluAnodyn. 50 " ' ' P or aale by th usual wholesale and retail dealers, everywhere. , R0BBBT8 a B4UTJKL, N. B. VARPB, JOUN R. OOOK. J. M. DENIS. O. DENia St BON8, A.J. BCiTUBLLBR A. mayl7-wly Agent for uoiumba, vino, NOV BEADY. THE REVISED STATUTES OP TBB . .. -. $ . stSlTiij or oi l io Jf AQKNERAL NATURE, IN P0BCB AU0. 1, COTiT.ATKD BY . Hon. Joseph IL Swan, wiTSMTsa or vassdwoxa or tossu- runts oocmt, . j ; , (. , , (Contained in twenty-Bin volume of tbe Ohio and - gist Esporta.) AND BXPBRBNCBB TO PBI0B LAWS, 11V LEiUf SEB JCBITCnUFEI.B,ESq. AND A rULX AMP GONTENIENT INOBZ. U Two Royal 8ro, Volumes. Price 10 No care er xpnie he beea (pared to auk tt baring been de the nni nerfect ana re lanie in an reapeoia I It has now th LerlilsUr sanction mdh. nearly theunanlmoua vote of both aa-1 d , oritni u M , ulbuUa H th feliowing .m. BBi wuHy w. A pat- Governor. Attorney Central, Supreme Judge. tary, Comptroller, Treasurer aad Auditor of State, ",vPrtb,ta 0nriM 0( omnmoa Plea., not orandPlle0art,Aadlton, and the Olerlr ef has nrlou Court In each county, to ths Member of i 4 ,1 . a ....,.. ,ki. a.,. aavi eeott. Mwafiu.ui ..o.. ., ... . Mr lb Govemer. of th evral State of th Union. Mr. eonmining, it doe, all of the IS now ia farc6 Ud the anthorltaUv oonatruction of KO- and efth New conutuiion,wtnciounu tone especial 4 I I. In Iii. navfArman,.. Af inat.Antl. In all .nrst r . wat Best wiin - , JC8T10K8 OP THE PEACE, i- TOWNSHIP TRUBTBBS, 91 . . CLERKS OP TOWNSHIPS, and CITY 0PP1CBR8. . TnaaaiBch a vary many ahanrea have beea aade la nlant. I Statute linoethe publication of the lait editluni, piant, .,,,...,., ind .oNHlions, and many important una jjni bna -lTeo thm Huprme Court on then thor- anu the me wouia , ATTOKNK10 AT I4AW, RANKKRH. MRROIIAWT8 AND BCBlNKSo MBN GENERALLY, Will Bnd this aa invaluable Work. . , Two Jtoyti 6vo. Tolunut of oxur XlntUtn fitted as irom , I use Price 810.09. Pagttr Is Strong Law Binding Published by 1 ' . 1 - ' i- ROBERT fARKSi Ac CO Law Publishers, Booksellers; B-'atlonen and NO. oa Weil yourtn atreet, fbl8:dSm:l . . - OincinnaU E. M. wnxiAMS &.co.;' Street, Between Stata andlown, p-1 TM"1V1- msde. 1 .!i V.. ni. M. .he i itm turn-' iiiei ontthoa. eniendM fuatuiubi iwiiwiiMia 1 ,DTuna 4 T UL'UT'd lUlirrMU TI1PB and Buaoifa; carriages." axpuii: bkelewn, trouble. BBAT ,nd grocery waoonb, Bmall tWOOrBU8I8 Ud HACKS. Twenty yearaateady ap- follow ing of plum be 4 ana days. acommou owiw- mo ments will ai - djstaite .71. Blue been itreral taring ha given our work a wide-ape rmd . thron.h tha Baits aad West. .... W therefor deem It anneeeesary to say any thing la regard to the quality ef oar work. - We w bvbbv V SHiqu. , Wtcao imiboob lor Duoeni as ta 2M. Dealrsa befomlihed With any amount of short notice, and at price lover than can ba bought where aa ta meet. Becoou nana log gtei ssrea change for new work. . ; , . Repairing oooe neatly ana at short aonoe. sry oa Ireab, betweea Sutt and Town tmrniMt bus, Ohio. ... , , . .. ' lljTAii eoramuBiosnons win receive prompt Aug. iiwiy t- BU M. WlLtilAMH fc pn MANIOOD.s f - -.' ftOW L0St, EOW RE8I0H1I0. iJOTT PTJIILISHED, ONtHu NATCBB, MINT AND RADICAL CUBE Of SPERMATORRHEA ar BMninal Waakmia BtlWMtt ekllltyi Mevyeweneee.la Mi..i.w. v.i.Im .aad ImDStancy. JFaaaltkte If-alie-s, tu. By Bobt.J. Aulverrell, M.S. under leal, tn a' plain envelope, to sny pnht. on rseelpl of t by Dr. CUAS.i.0- B.LINB. 1S7 Bowery, New York. Post Offlea tjStH, , Buu-i;anaiaw TO WHOM IT MAT C05CERN. or acts 80S, The Public Works of Ohio. Orrica oi'tui Ltuias or tbs Puatro Wosxi I 1 ' ' Cowman, Juna 13, IBM. ) TUB underlined havfng become the LaneeS of the" Public Wore of Otiie, under th actof may S, lBtti. . and having entered into the poeeeieioa of said Worm, hereby give notice that la optratlns nudes said leaae and discharging- their duties under the same, the buat-' ' new will be traneseted with the eakH UtrMgh agent ' appointed by the Leasee, under sack rata, tegalation, re.trieUona and liaitations, as skalt be prescribed for their government. Taos Agents for th present, wilt eonslrt of on fln rl Agent, a Traaaurst aad Becretary, for th Central Office ol the Leaae at Coiumkusi and the lumn number of Bnperintendents of Bepaira and Colleotora of Tolls on the several Work embraced In the leaae. Th General Agent shall be tha priaeiml Herat It. ' eflloer of tbe Lessees, aad shall hare efaarre of the gen eral Dullness offlo atOoluaba. Be ahall hav super-, via ion over the business ot th Lesaeei with the public, . end as inch agent (hall execute all contract, except those for labor and maternle eonaeoted with the ordina ry repairs of tbe sevwal Works, aad b shall audit and settle all account.' . . The duties of the Treasurer and Becretary ahall be sob a r Biually discharged by similar officer In other ' owe. K . . - The Buperla tea dents of Benairs ahall, on their re-. pectlv dltUlons, hav power to employ and dUwbarg all nbordinate and labonr. and to purchase all tools aad, material neoeaaary tn the ordinary repair of such uivuion, ana tne ami naii be under their special dl- iiowd aait management. Tueuoiiectore or Tola. Water Beats and Tine, are' ' Inrei led with all the aatherity and power, provided la ths laws of the Bute and, the regulations ol the Board of Public Works, made for that purpose, when roeh Col lectors noted under appointment and authority (rem th Stat. No individual member of th Leasee ahall have tbe right to transact business in the nsme of th Leeaeee, . with sny person or persons, In any othtr manner than through the araomttd agent, anleaa roeoialli author!- ' ed by the Leianea so to do; nor .hall any on of the ap pointee agena nave minority to transact any tmatnea in to nam el in Mmeee, eio.pt In tu particular branch of th bosineas confided to him, and subject to the reetnenoni sua limitations or lit agescy. Ho authority to borrow money on the credit or tbe Let tee l, shall ever xlt in any Lessee, agent or other employe of tbe Leses, unless th same ahall be con ferred by a unanimous vote of the Lessee, at a regular meeting, and th amount so authorised to be borrowed specified in the order and entered on th Journal. , UU, w. MiirrrxxnT is tn uenetal Agent or to eatees, BrjUAHUt B. Bsutb, Treasurer, and Job - Jotcb, Becretary. The Superintendent! of Repairs are : On the si. a B. Canal and W. B Self. Boad-Joecra Coom, Tboma Bsowk, Wb. J. Jacksob and Amu L. Backcs. On the Ohio, Wilbondlng and Hocking Canals sod the Uuiklngum Improvement BoaaST II, No.ix, Thom. Uu.uk, Drama McOabtbt, Brbrssnta Uasssav and Eowabo Ball. The Collector on th Oantli. Uuaklagua Improve ment and Maumee Bosd, are tbe aame that were in the err Ice of the Biate at th time of th execution of tbe li but all th aforesaid agent hold thiir appoint ment at th pleaiur and option of th Leiiee. liSNT JAKV1B, JObEPO COOPER, WM, J. JA0K8ON, ARNOLD MSUBSRY, THOMAS MOORE, THOMAS BK0WN, Lmmcs of the Public Works ' JeU-d3U3r NEW ARRIVALS OF Spring & Summer Millinery. 1860, ... Ohio .-. 08. work ap- - The Stock Replenished DATTsY IRU1TI LATEST IMPORT ATI ISMS OF NEW YORK. " MY STOCK OP Spring & Summer Millinery Is now compute, comprising every variety ol Millin ery; also, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hoaiery and Notions, Ac., and In quantities and prices that can not tail to suit all who may favor n with a call. The goods hay been bought at Panic price, and will be sold st a small advance on coat. MILLINERY Miss M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City, will superintend tha Millinery Department. Her long experience In tbe most Fashionable Establishment In Broadway will alone be a warranty that the will be able to give entire satisfaction in matter of tute to all who mar favor her with their order. Tbe Ladlei of Columbu and vicinity will please ac cept my ilncere thanks for their liberal patronage, and I would respectfully solicit a continusnce of the same. R. H. WARE, 88 East Tina t. Calasubua, l. aprll-d3m-eod Homes. State 8cre. and Bnper- ths th ..J Statute them lb by ro de con- Eundrtd - J Importer!, O. KlVTUP omnl manufac- STONE'SBAZAAR. No. 4 Grwvnne Block. A. P. STONE & O'HARRA ABE NOW HECE1 Vl"0 THEIH W ll XER 000D8, and invite th public to Invpact them. No such stock of Goods ha ever been brought to this market. Th South, in consequence of th failure of the grain crop, haanot been able to purchase the us ual quantity of rich goods, and this fact has forced the Importers t sell tnem at puotio auction, uur suyer (Mr. Stone) being In New York at these large sales, took advaatare of them, and we can and will ell our good hare, at mea than any one who purchased two weeka lince, paid for them In New York. Our itock il complete In every department of ELEGANT DRESS BILKS, OTTOMAN VELOURS, BROCHE VALENCIAS, PRINTED MERINOS, PRINTED C0BURG3, DYED COBUGrf; BLACK ALPACAS, ORLEANS, KANCY WOVEN FABRICS, s. ....... . ALL WOOL DELAINES, POfLINS, fK'ITS, DELAINES. SHAWLS AND CLOAKS! Five Thausand Dollars Worth .Bought in One Day, LADIES FURS, IIOSIERY; DEPARTMENT. Men's, Ladies and Ohildrea'i Under Bhirt and Drawers! , Ladles, Miiaes and Children's Hosiery of all kinds. In Wool and Lamb's Wool; Pleeey Lined and Oottonulov of every ma. ALSO A cemplcte assortment of all tne usual varie ties of - . LADIES' CLOTHS,' j . - ' CABSIMKUKS, OVERCOATINGS, ! ., . TWEEDS, flannels; RIBBONS, 1 t .. DRESS TRIMMINGS, reputation more abb tar irom Verk at any ia ex ras Colass. . . ( attention, Ladiei and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand 4 i - 1 kerchiefs, &o., &o. i- . i ' ' j .' ' To penonawho call oa ns, we pledge our words to how them the largest, beet and cheapen stock of Boods ever seeulnthle market, er pay tba oae dollar par hour Whil looking. ,, . r deel-dUtawllw. . btobb v 00 " TREA (root Ben. BMreri,pt Boa, No, 1 Baltimore Clothing Honsc H3E3SJ3 tts XSXjUJVI.. j ' A'orACTtIIBS ABB WBOtSBAU KlALBtS M , r READY-MADE CLOTHING, No. S03 .W, Itimore-strect, . :l;ul taTB7Bi sJaaBTT abb bdwabb,) -lai.rii r.J-fi BAETlfriOItE, M4." '' 1 T-ArgiAsaartmant ol Pies and runtmklnf ,. - ' i'IwU Constantly ta Baati; OcttCJly