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DAILY, TRI-WEIKLY AD WEEKLY
H . MANYPCNNY & MILLCR,.
rUBLIIU)BI AMD FBOPBIITOBjS.
XT OBm Mm. 86, 88 ana 40, Horth High tt
TBHUB inYJiiUAKbX AH ADVANCB
00 per tsar
" Sv tha Carrier. nr nik .-.'
0 per rear.
...art r AdverttaliiB; bjr me Square.
.squar. I yRI..,aW 00
On " S moi.thl ID 00
Ona iqtiftri 3 voeki. . 00
On SweekfV. 3 00
On 1 wek . l 75
Jnt ' s monthf. 15 00
3a( '1:8 month 10 00
Out t Booth 8 00
fdot r l-l nonth. 00
Odo ' '- dk ;00
On t dun... 75
Od . i tnirttor, 50
AdvtHtwment lauted nd placed in the olnmnol
lljMf rjnlreo to b pnblittaed bj Uw, letl rate.
( J po m:. mora Uun tb bnr ntW; bat til iuob wil
IJ ! tb Trt-WeklT wlthontohun.
j, 1 llf Cra,oedinf nrelUit, perMi In
Ida, t ' 50 nor Una; onUld
fl01'01" nwUngi, bwUabloi eekfMi4M tnnultt,
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wvwwmw a av inn wm otiK tm Tnrico rroni
Woakly, prtoa u tho Dtll,hra lhadrrtlMi
Mitb Weakly tlon. Wbr 'ba Dill and Weakly
r hotb aaed, than the ehuge ler the Weekly will be
- ft Ui rata of the Dally ,,'., ' , . , '
I olTtrUnittakenoeptforadeflnlt period."'
PINE & CHITTENDEN,
QO "WfilX Btroot,
(Offlc f Olty Jndg,) v .
1 Rirn. Tq-n
' Hon. Jan'M MntffeUf. W. V. flnn..tn. - ;
rayna, vieTiana(u. i
i Km. H U. Hunter, LiacuKr, 0.
H- T. "WTTIjI2ir,
.Attorney and Oounecllor tit Lw,
NOTARY - PUBLIC,1
iJPlOl Ho. 57 HI8H. BTRIIT. 0PK0N BUILD-
OollwUoo and otbar matter promptly attended to.
Befarnoea giTen when required. -. . , , m , ,. , -.
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(UUof Pbalon't Eatablb'bment, H.1T.,) ,'
PROPItlETOR OP THE NEW YOHK
raehkmabl. BhaTlng, Hair OntUng, ghampooning
Curling and Dreaaing saloon, - . , '
, Bouth Ulah St., over Bin'a Store,
bare aatliiaeUon will bo glrea In all. tb Ttrlooi
traaehee.i i , :i . .., . ,
't uT f 0h",1,rD', "lr Drettlng don In th beat
Ko. 178 North High Street,
THIS HOTEL M DVT ONE AND A
UALP gQUAail from the Depot, aod penone ar
T.Bii wUhln 10 tak Pfa on any of tb. train),
. will nod the Salt Bona decidedly a convenient itnp-
plngplM. r. .-, t i ,
t 'J-aatang waked ip at all bear of the night for any
W train. '
Tenne moderate, to lull the timet.
NBAB UNION PBPOr. I
...0MB DOLLAR PER DAT.
ittornoy at Iiaw
J v. S:. AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Jo-Ambo finlldlng, eppoilU Capitol Square.
1 OOLUlIBDd, OHIO.
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
s maiuon, phio.
m; c. li L ley .:...
-And Blank-Book MRnafenturer,
BOBTB HI0B RBJCR. COLDMBni. OHIO
HlMlf.'-l ..... r. .
KAQLE J3RA88 WORKS,
Corner Hprlnx Water tta.,
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
A-T.T A, OTTTNIOTS,
And Mannnus'tarere of Bran and Composition CMtlnf a
VlnUhed Una Work of all Dcecrlptlon. ;
STENCIL CUTTING, AC. '
tiiM Mildly' t l -
junbnf Wholesale Lienor Store
r;LACELLE ROSS & CP.Vi
;, Wr.iTMP0RKR8 AND DBALK118 ts''. i
Foreign and Domestio Wine, Brandiei,
o. to. ALBO, "';'C,fVl
RYEi MONDNGAtlELA & BOURBON
.V H I S KY.
WABBH0UI1 AND Off ICS. 8M BOtTin HIGH ST.,
ft rnfTmtTri ft zirnA i
VM. II. RESTIEAUX,
(IUOOBSS0B !T0 HoKXB k BBSTlBATZ ' "
No. . 106. South "High Street,
ROC ERIE S.I ROD (ICE
.'R"0' V 1 8 I ON 8 j
i, ,1 1 ..ffntitMi-iiirinhiWiiri - ,n,fr.,i s
pjjoteign,"1: : Domestic Frajt,'
TORACE fit COMMISSIOfj
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONAKY.
ao,iate't-"T19 largeBtTlia Best.
' - ine uneapest Beoaoie the Best,
Jlot itellabjit standard An.
-tiierltjrf he EnrlUb LanguaK.';
. . .. Slat Bundrol Emintnt Educatori of Ohio,
"TITB BKBT BNatlBIt DICTIONARY BXTANT."
- - 4( , . . . ; ;f...
''He. arc inpwatda oPr lluiidrell TBouaand Wo'rda,
mnl"ri meanlnira and HerlVMiene, together
With thcli torreet anellltig,aod proDnneUtlon ar oloarly
. ' r -r
Cincinnati (XmmmAal. -
Add theietilitoHi of Mo 3fembtr$ of tht Ohio Stat
, , JtacAert Association . ,.- ,
The anderalgned, mambert of the Ohio Bute Teaehere'
AaeOCjatiun. UlriUL .nil aim. tn tr, tu .V, ln wtwiUnm
end apeaklng, the orthography and pronnnoiation of
Woreeate,), jto,,) Qmrt0 Dlotionary, and e moat oor.
TOjumraena ii aa uie moat reliable eundard au
thority of the Bngllab language, aa it la now written and
J""f '1 V.... . .- I l . I i ..-J V
LoiiN AmRwa, Preaident Eenyon College.
M. D. Lcoobtt, Buparlntendent Zanaarille Schoole.
Tno. W; Harvky, Hup't Maaat Ion Union Bchoolk.
M. r. Oowd.rt, gup't Publlq Bohoola, Jandmky. '
1 T",:tni;uWie Bcbbole, Circlerille.
r'N.'AJirbgp, I'rinclpal Cleveland lemile Bemlna-
Wm. Mitcbiu,, Bup't Publlo Bchooll, Mt. Union.
JohxO.dm, Principal Bute Normal Bchool, Miaoa-
Oro Nao, Principal Fonrth IntermedltU Bchool,
H. B. UiiTiKL8op't Clinton Union Bchoola. '
. Bdwir Hwal, Principal HoNeely Normal Bohool.
Bm T. Taitam, Prof. Mathenutlca, Ohio Unireralty.
W. W. Kdwakdb, Bnp't Troy Union Bchool.
A. G. HoraiHa, Principal Weat High Bchool, Olere
land, if ''"',( i
8. A. NOHTOM. ArtOfllle Prlnrln.1 TTiirh Ruhnnl film.
1 I ' ' r ... v , . , V
ieoa. . ... . . . i
Tbeoboki trntwa, Principal nigh Bchool, Olere
tad. i , ..."0 ' .
R. r. Bnmrroii,Frlnclpal Olereland Inatltute.
J. A. Oarfiild, Preaident of Bleotic Inatltut. Hi
ram." . .
W. L. ITARRia. Prnf. tit flheml.fra. WmIaw.r
Unlrerelty. . , , ., i
H. II. Barrrt, Bx-0emmlaaioner of Common School,
Jahbi Horror, Prof. Rhetoric, Oherlln College
Thou. Hhx, Preaident Antloch Oollerre.
0. W. If. OlTIIflltT. Pr.if: ' M.,hnn..llM TTIh
School, Dayton. ' i ' . : i . .'
B. O. CROMBAITalf.'Pmf.' TnffUAIr.. TTltth' llnnnl
B. M. Barber, Bup't Union Bchooll, Aibland. .
. Uor than Eva Hundred ntknr rrttiHit nf rn.
9, Proftiton, Author and IHtHnovUhtd Sduca
tori, hax tndornd th abot tmtimmt. -
PRESlDENra OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
U ARtRTTA OoLLMt "It la trnl a marmlflmnt work.
tn honor to the author, th pubUabera, and the whole
aonntry." Preaident Andrew. ..-.i , ,
Onio Wam.BTAR TTmitmiity ... Tt emend, mv ernert.
Hone. It will be m mida In orthouraoh and Dronun.
elation, and will often be consulted by me for it neat
end accurate definition ."-r Preaident Ibompaon.
W A. BCLRCmO CouaR.wi(TTerAtofnre V. tinv. nuil
Webater e orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Paou lty.H waa decided to change it to conform to that
of Woreeater'i Royal Quart. Dictionary.'! Preaident
Garfield. , i ,. .. . ... ,.
Warm Rrixrvr 0oujto.-I find It worth, of
cordial approbation, ' Pmident llUchcock. . ,
ObeRLIM Oollior. "It mors thin meati m CTtMnl.
tiooa. I recommend It aa th atandard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupila." Preaident
AxnocB Ooujts."I adont and aim to nae In teneh-
Ing, writing and (peaking, tlx orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcealer'f Hoyal Quarto Dictionary."
rroamani Aim. ...
"In all my wrltln. aoeakln.. and tcnchlnrr. I hare en
deavored to conform to the rulea for orthography and
pronunciation a contained in Worceater'a Dictionary."
Horace Mann, Jate Preaident. .
Eixtor CoujtoR. Qabi mm. "I moat cordially recom-
mond It aa the moat reliable atandard authority of the
ngiian MDgnag aa It la now written and apoken."
Preaident Andrewa. -
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Rm. Anton Smyth, CommiiHontr of Common
- Cxmoo a vino-
"Tbe Dictionary I an lmnerlanabl monument to the
learninff and Indnitrvof Ita mnthor. and an honor tn the
world of letter.. The mechanical execution la far aupe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ao
From Son. B. B. Barney,' JCja-Commiuloner of
Behoof in Ohio. . . .
"The moat reliable atandard authority of th lan
lae." '' WHAT ID I
T-ieodinz Xervvspaper o Ohio Say.
from th Clendand Berali oj March 28..
Tb orthography of the Worceater Dictionary I that
naed by moat, If not all, anthora of dlatinction In thla
country and Bngland, and conforms to the general uaage
of ordinary writer and apeaker. ...
Whatever prejudice may tiav (xlated prevlonaly, a
careful itudy of tbi volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Ita great merit, and a deelre
to add It to tbe well eeleoted library, be it large or email,
It ia a library In itself, and will remain an Imperiaba
ble record of tbe learning of It compiler.
' From th OinainnaU Commercial of April SO.
Here are upward of a hundred thousand worda good,
bad and Indifferent whoae multifarious meaninga and
derlvatlona, together with.their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are aet clearly before the eye. The work la
unquestionably tbe greatest Thesaurus of English Worda
ever published. "'". ; ,
From the Cleveland PlainOtaUr of Sept. SO, 1860.
Evidently WoRrrtTCT'a Royal Qdarto Dictionary fa
not only the hut, but the mr toork of the kind ever a
ausd.andein by no possibility mffer by comparison or
ccntroveray.v . , , ;
From the Toledo Blade of Stay 29.
A tO PROHDRCIATIORV WoROXSTKR 1 TUR 8TAMDiRD
followed by our beat authors; In defloitlona he leaves
nothing to be desired, and in Orthoorapiiv It ia auSicienl
to any that Worcrstrr can be lafely followed.
iNiiAm & nuAoo, ! s' .
Pobll.borc, Rook8elleri&: Stationer.
NO.' 191 BUPBRIOn ST., CLETELAND, 01110, -
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT ,
LtEE INSURANCE 'COMPANY,
UNroxvrltp JKT. J-
DlTldend January-1, IRS J, 45 Per Vent.
A8BBT8 $3,61250 50.
Statement January i, J86l
Balance, per itatcment Jan. 1st, 13C0 t3,406,5J 39
Received for Premiuma dur
ing the year 1W0 $763,033 M ,
Received for Interest during - '.
th year 1800 814,014 IM . iitr
Total reoelit for 1PHO....977,0fi7 1 '
PaldOlalmeyDeatb,i7,0j0 00 . . vu .-;: I:
raid rolicie aurren- i ...N,r
dered 41,111 59 1
Paid Balarlea, Tott- j "
ag Taxes, Bx- ': .:-:
change, eo....... 31,001) 51 .; ' : i ' r.
Paid Oummiaaiona to
Agent ril,W.r 30
Paid Physicians' fees. ft.UOO 7- . . '' :'
Paid Annttltle....... ,1,117 On ; f' ; -
Paid Dividends dur- ' "
log the year Ifi0,500 7!1 505,091 i, I 411,978 14
. Net Balanea January 1st. ltfiil...... 113,558 SO
Cash on hand...., 10.0284 19
Bonds and tlortgagea on Real ,,, . (.
jiiiaie, voru aunDie .me ,, '.I ,
mnnnt tnAni.it. O 6., ma
Premium Notea, on Policic ' " ' I ' V
In fore, onty drawing u per .
nt. Intoraat..... ....... l.trro Oju 1 ".v .
Real BaUle..... , , 90,893 S7 ' j -o
Tainan Rnrln Mini AA.
Premiuma, Notea and Cash, in ' '
tonne oi tranamiaaion.... iovH3 7S ;
, , Total Aasets.,. .'. .....,, 83,813,550 50
T5T5 PoUcle In force, Insuring VS6420538
,1,435 new Pollciea have been liaued during the year.
.' After a earefut calculation of the present value of th
outstanding Pollciea of the Company, and having the
neeettary omotinl tn reaerv. therefor, th. Directors
hav. declared a DiVimuiDof 45 percent; on th. Premi
um paid at th table rate, to all pollciea for life In form,
leaned prior to January I, WOO, payable aoeordlng to the
preeent ml of the Company. -
Bate for all kinds ol Life Contingencies, Proapeot
ueas, Statement, and Applications, will be furnished
WiTBOcTcitiR.aat the Ollice or Agendo, of tb Com-
R0BT. I. PATTERSON, Preaident.
.. j,, o. R0VBR, Vlo Preldnt. i '
' BBNJ. 0. UTLLRR, Secretary - - - t p -
JST WLA ' Agent, '
- No. 4 Johnson Block, I
MarchSS, 1891.' 0altunboj,0.
PIa A I W AN P PIOTJBEn.BtiAClt
PRESS SILKS, of erery grade. Th moat (elect
assortment hi the city, and at mot reasonable rate. - ;
aprllS No. 81 Seitb BiihtUee
Ttan fleet Artificial JIMp 1 tet the
numun sigui erer Aaxveniea.
JOSEPH 8. PERLEY,
PRACTICAL SCIENTIFIC, OPTICIAN,
KEEPS) Tllfe LARGEST ASSORT
mentof the moat Improved kind of BpectaolM,
All hla Ulaieee, whether for near or faralghud. ar
ground In oonoavo convex form with lb greatest care,
to aa to an it the Bye of all esse, curing Weaknesa
Diaiinea or Inflammation of the Byet, and Imparting
etrength for long readlnx or fln. aewlm.
Offlc, IS Baet But atreet, at Seltier at Webster'
augS-dly j ,
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CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES KAIL
. ir', STEAMERS
f-i ''. 'ft aim u I'hvui y ' o
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebed,
? " ' -. and. rv-,: r; i. . i i , ;
The Montreal Ocean Steamehip Oompany'a flrat-claet
full-DOWared Olvde-hollt Btaamera sail everr Ain tm
urrfajr from PORTLAND, carrying th Oanadisj) and
NORWBOIAN. . , NORTH AMBRI0AN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON, . .
NORTH BRITON. '? HIBBBNIAN,
CANADIAN, . . N0VAB0OTIAN.
Nhorteat, Cbeapeat andQalckcatCon
A VESICA TO ALL PABTg OF ZTntOPX.
Hates ot Paasage to Europe, .
$30, fOO. SQO.
Will aall from LIVERPOOL erery Wedneadar,
and from QUBBB0 ewerjr Naturdar, calling at
LONDONDBRRI, to receive on board and mod Mail and
Passenger, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Uj'theae Bteamer ar built of Iron, In water-tight
compartment, carry each an experienced Surgeon, and
every attention ia paid to th comfort and accommoda-
non oi panragera. a tney proceed direct to LONDON.
DBRT. theteat risk and delav nf calling at Bt. John'.
Glasgow passengers are furnished with ran raaaan
tioket to and from Londonderry.
tteiurn nckete granted at reduced rate.
Certificate Issued for carrying to and brlneincont oaa-
aengen from all the principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rate, by this line of ateomera, and
by th WASHINGTON LINB Of BAILING PA0K1T8,
leaving Aiivorpooi .very weec. t ),..!
Blfrtit Draft for si and upward pay-
ale, for DasaoM. aoolv at tb Offloa. 99 1 ftsi a f
Wil, New mark., and m WaTRH kt..
Liverpool, ., .
BASEL ft BEABLS, General Agtnu,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG.
nolff lidkw Pott Office, Oolumbua, Ohio. .
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
. NBWARS OHIO,
nanufactarera off all kinder of Por
table and Stationary ajteam En
gine!, haw mills, Griat mill,
LASX BODLEi Beaten! B. t I. BLAJTB-T Beaten!
J. d J. B. DOT ALL Beaten III COLUMBUS
MACBISB CO. Beaten HI I BRADFORD
6 CO. Beatenl I IJI
Oar Forta.lt Engine and Saw Kill
Was awarded th lint premium of $50 at th Indiana
State Pair for I960 over Lane A Bodley'a on account o(
Price,' lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
' and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Bnglne wa awarded at the tame Pali
the first premium of t'm.
Our Portable Engine wax awarded the flrat premium ol
KM at the Pair at Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy'e Da
rail's, Columbus Machine Co a., and Bradford A Oo'a.
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
Por price and terms address
W1LLARD WARNER, Treasurer, .
decS-dAwlyeol. . - j Newark, Ohio
BERIOVES AND PJKEVENTS IN
i flammatlon and pain, and ben la the worst burn,
acalu, bruiae,out or f reah wound of any kind, prevent
swelling and pain from be itinga, mosquito bitee, and
poisonou plants, neuralgia, iheumatlam, ago In the
breast, salt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It will
positively cure croup In children, and give Immediate
relief In the worst ease of thia terrible complaint) also,
remove hoarseness and lore throat. Price, 25 oentap
bottle. Bhonld be in ere ijhouae. Por aale by Drug
gist and Storekeepera. IRVIN ST0NB, .
Sole Proprietor, N ' Spruce it t New York .
. ocltdfcwlyil -K . j. i-1;. i
i No real justice can be don tbe abdve preparation
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets J
be found with all dealers, or Will be sent by Proprietor
on demand, formulas and Trial Bottle eent to Phyei
clan, who will find developmente takota worthy tbiir
acceptance and approval. -
Correspondence solicited from all whoae neceaaitle or
curiosity prompt to a trial of th above reliable Rene
lot aale by the usual wholesale and retail dealer -everywhere.
JOHN JL.' HIJMMEWEJ.L,, Proprleto.
OUCMIBT AND PHAIUIApIirriBT, ,
Ho. 9 Commereial Wharf, fioston, Kai&
Robert A Samuel, N. B. Maipl, J. R. Cook, J. H
Denlg, G. Denig A Sou, Av J. Schueller A Son, Agents
For Columbus, Ohio.' ........ myl-dly
Baltimore' Clothing House.
ar ANQFAOToaRRS Alia wiouajALR DiALm m
No. 308 W. Raltimore-streot,
....,;! (MTWia MlBlTT AJTB B0WAj),4 ! f
- - r. ! BAliTIflEOUE. Bid
A Large Auortmant of Flee and Furniihtnt
"s 1 Goods ConstanU on Hand
OorMdtJ -.' ' - --. V; . i..." -t
v ikdies'lmen' Pooket-Eaiak'&l '
CTEMMED STITCHED ttWEBi UAlf D
a a Rammers, very wide nema.
Rmbroidered Linen Handk's all price. " -
iHemmed Btltebed and plain do, do.. . m
do -da , -, colored border.. ,
Mourning d. block border .. 'i
do do newalylecroeeaUtobed,
Pin. Annla da - . . newnattem.. -.
UlmPMn and Hemmed Stitched do all price.
Comprising th most select aaaortmentin the city and
at lowest price. . BAIN SON,
febSB . Ho. 89 South Blgb Street.
NEW UOOP SKIBTi j... v. j
1 Ro. t, SOUTH HIQH BTBBBT, "
Hav lost received a new auk of B00P SKIRTS
tn a manner At roomor to any yet Introdootd
1aB. ' .c-i-toii'
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS.
For CliAOiniia'U, Dan'tf Indianapolis!
' M.i.iU aiij ;w 0'iJ. :h.i - '. ' - '
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cart,
'andbutOno Change of Care between
i'J.z ji a ColumbMand,St, Loule.',,4 i
at.i i-i fitt sKa-.-a viiI,..Ai.a -t
On and. After Monday, ZTovember
:' ' "' " '"'H.'lSOl.-' X-'c- , .
J if-w f- . . i . - u-)J aviUi A
Pour . Traina Daily from Columbus.
...-ni .-. i:-., ti'-'n 1-.ia: ,
BIGHT BXPRBBB, via Dayton, at t a ..topping
at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddletown yS'Iwnl'ton,
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. nr.; ti Uaytoa at
S:05a. m.i omuMOting at Cincinnati lor Louisville, Tin
cennee, Bt. Louis, and all point Southwest) arriving
at St. Lonl at 11:30 p. m. connecting at Dayton for
indianapom, AJiray.tte, Terr, iiaate, Uhtcago,anu ail
point West; arriving at Indianapolis at 10:40 a m
' second Train. "
ACCOMMODATION at 5:7.0 aTm., atopplng at all tta
tlona between Columbus, Cincinnati aod Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10.-83 a. m-, and at Dayton at
8:38 a. m. ; conneotlig at Cincinnati wllh Mall Line
Steamboats for Lonlaville, and at Dayton for Indlanap
oil and the Weal. ., ,
' ' THIRD TRAIN.
..... -v , ... ... i ,
1XPRB9S at 1.53 p. m., (topping at JelTerson, Lon
don, Charleston, Xenix, Corwin, Morrow, So. Lebanon,
f oatar's, Loveland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 6rU p. m.,at Dayton at S p. m. connecting at Clo
with tb Ohio and Mississippi Train for Louisville, Tin.
cennea,,St. Louis, etc, eta., arriving at St. Let at
10:45 a. ra. connecting at Dayton for Indianapolis, La.
fayette, Terr Haut, Chicago and all point Weet. i
'Tu'C'?: FOURTH TRAIN. ' :
MAIL at 4 p. m., etopplng ait all atatlon between
Columbus and Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at 8:85
TO Tor further Information and Through Tioket,
apply to M. L. DOHBRTx, TlcketAgent. Onion Depot,
Columbus. ... , . .
..P. W. 8TRADRR, : '
' General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
' . 1 ' JNO. W.D0HBRT7,
' 'l 'i - Agent, Columbus,
Columbus, Nov. 10, 1861. . . , .
CENTRAL OHIO AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
CONNECTING AT PITTSBURGH WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
Shartewt, Ctnlclteat and Moat Uealra
ble House to alt Eaetern Citlee.
i Train Leave Columbus as follows:
rURrtXAIRR. '' '- VIA ITROIRRVILLI.
Morning; Expre. .
. ' ' ' . TAST IIRR.
4:00 A.M. S:S0.P. M. 4:00 A, M: 12 35 P. M.
ARRtVI AT RtXAIR
10:18 A.M. 11.15 P.M.
ARRirc at rrrrsBDROH
4:10 P.M. - - 4:10 P.M. 10.00 P.M.
AR1IVI AT BARRISBDRO
3:10 A.M. , 3:10 A. M. 3:15 A.M.
ARRIVR AT RALTIMORI
6:30 A.M. ... 6:i0A.M. 1;40P.M.
ARRtvr at rmLADrxraiA.
7:40 A.M. - - 7:40 A. M. 13:50 P. M.
MRW T0RK VIA ALIRRTOWN
:i:0OA.M. 11:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
1:45 P.M. O'ISP.M-
Pasiengera by this line reach New York la advance of
any Northern route.
13:35 P. M. train la the only one from Colombo at
this bonr, and th only train by which paaaeng.r can
reach Baltimore or Washington th. following day, and
arrive In Philadelphia or New York before dark. .
IL'Bleeplng ear on all night train...
Tbe only Rente from Columbna to
uaitimore, riaiiadeipnia or .
New York '
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
Thla train also connect at Bellalre with the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad.
irrlhl route la 30 MILES SHORTER to PltUburgh
anTmore than 100 MILK8 BHORIER to New York,
than Northern line.
"; HT Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant poiots East, ,
HT Aek for Tickets via Bellalre or Steu-
benvllle. " ,'
D7 Tickets Good over either Route. , ;
JOHN W. BROWN,
.' General Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R.
IRA A. HUTCHINSON,
General Ticket AgentStenbenville Short Line,. '
Columbna, Nor. 13, 1861.
mum 'H. HESTIEAUX,
"' '' ' Produce,
. 1 Ai efci tCV,. . Provi3ion3,
ForelsJa and Domestic Liquors, ',
" Fruits, etc. etc., ; f';
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HAS BEM0YBDn HIS 8T0R8 FROM
NO. 34, NORTH H' I G H STREET,
7 -. . TO ' j.
NoiaoS South Higi Street,
i.t i. .i-ii !.i : "i ii '
Tb old ttand recently occupied byAWM. McDONALO
r He ia In dally receipt of jj
NEW AND FRESH COODS
.t.r.,? iv WWoh h Will Mil b l ic .a .
Cneap for Cash or Conatry rrodnce.
ril-i.' ;.' ".' ..f:-,.::i'u-
flood delivered to City trade fraaof harg.arQ
COLVnBVB, tU10 j'.'''
And Seed Stxre, J
, i SEALER' a ';?. j
NAUA, GLASS, BASH, PUTTT, O0RDAGB( ,1
waaif ,-iiisu, nwvaasKHauow wware,
athwaod B(bber Belting, tees Leather, Baa and
'rklBf. -i'- v.eol-djy.
Dally, per year. ....-,w. 00
Trl Weekly, per, car '..'f oo
Weekly, peryeai ......, 1 UU
ii tnJ it r r f V..-v t- , k; u .
The Niagara at Halifax—English
Tbe arrival of the Niagara at Hullfax waa
reported at. New York the 15th. Her dates
from Liverpool are to tbe Si lostaut, aod from
Londonderry to tbe 3d. This newt is two davs
later tbad the Nova Scotia's advices.
Tbe letter addrttsed to the London Tlmi bj
Mr. Fayi late Amerioan Minister to Switzer
land (alluded, to in former dispatches), is main
ly devoted to a refutation of Earl Russell's
late speech at Newcastle, in which the Earl as
serted that one side In Amerioa was striving for
empire, and tbe other for independsAfleer poer.
er. Air. Fay protests In the sirocgest terms
against Earl .Russell's reasonings, and coin
plains in general terms against tbe sympathy
accorded to tbe rebels by tbe English and con
tinental journals. . t
' The London Times editorially, criticises Mr.
Fay's letter, and says that although it carries
American prolixity tg tbe farthest point "it is
not to be compared to (be absurd and peevish
utterances ol Cassius M. Clay and other of Lin
coln's diplomatists.". Tbe Timet, alter Arguing
the question of slavery in its relation to tbe ex
isting; contest, also asserts that tbe recognition
ot the Confederate States and peaceable eepur
. . i 1 1 1 i i . , , ......
uu win auvumpiisn erery suing wnico lue
northern anti slavery party baa been advocat
ing for years, and It adds :
- "For onr own Dart. we. as Englishmen, shall
be glad to see the establishment ot tbe Confed
erate States, simply beouse tbe political power
of tbe slaveowners will be so much less than of
yore, formerly erery filibuster bad tbe whole
American Union at his back, and be knew it.
Tbe oase will be different when the country
which sends him out is only a kiod ot Anelo-
Ssxon Brazil, easily ourbed in Its ambitious
propensities, if tbe old Union bad lasted, tbe
extension of slavery over Mexico would have
been certain after a few years. Now, bowever,
tbe South will find a rival determined to pre
vent her aggrandisement. The cause of justice
and civilization will gain by tbe.' quarrel of
these partners in guilt These are some of the
reasons which have influenced Europeans In
their judgment of American affairs. Tbev
seem to be so cogent that they have never been
answered nunerio, ana Mr. pay does not at
tempt them. Until we bear some better argu
ment than his we ehall remain without any de
sire for tbe reconstruction of the republio, wljlch
wss so completely founded on principles of
slavery, aa is the government of the Confeder
ate States, and which was moreover able to
propagate slavery by aggressions in which the
Confederate States alone can never venture."
At a conservative demonstration at Worces
ter Earl Shrewsbury .(in allusion to American af
fairs, said they saw democracy on its trial and
bow it failed.- He thought separation Inevit
able, and pretlictd tbe ultimate establishment
pf some sort of arjatooracy in America.
Sir John Pakineton, at the same meetlncr.
pointed to the failure of democracy in Amerioa
as a warning to England, and expressed the
conviction that a re-nnion of the Slates was
hopeless. . He wished the great powers would
remonstrate against tbo continuance of tbe war;
and, while approving of England's neutrality,
he regretted that Earl Russell, in his recent
speech, had not in mora decided language ex
pressed the views of England.
Tbe Paris correspondent of the Indt'ptndenee
Beige professes to have learned from autbentio
souroes that the projected intervention of Mexi
co is conceived with ulterior viewB. The time
must come (he savs) when the cotton blockade
oan ba no looser tolerated, and the furthest
period allotted for tbe game now on foot by the
North and South to be played, is fixed for Jan
uary next, ii, at tnat date, the Southern
States hold their own, their claim to joint rec
ognition by France and England will assume
such urgency that decision must ensue. These
assertions are regarded in England as utterly
The short-lime movement in Lancashire,
England, continued to make progress. Tbe
mills in vsrlous parts were reducing- their time
to three days per week, and in numerous in
stances an entire suspension was taking place.
Six companies of tbe first regiment of Frenoh
marines had been selected to form part of tbe
expedition to Mexico.
ine irigate La liuerriere bad received final
instructions, and would sail for Mexioo about
the 4th of November. i
It ia reiterated that France has eoened nego
tiations with Anstria for a cession of Venetia
It is reported that the Duke of Magenta had
been entrusted with the mission to Vienna on
Ine subject... ,...,., ...
Frenoh trooos had ocouoled the vallev of the
Dappen, and. the SwiBS government has sent
commissions to the spot, and hsd resolved to
protect and demand satisfaction for the viola
tion of Swiss territory, ; ,. ..;
The Paris JPatrie asserts that Spain, wishing
to give Morocco a proof of her eood will, has
decided to commence the .evacuation of Teltuan
on the 10th of November. . .
An Importation of cotton irem the Portueuese
possessions of Goa had reached Lisbon. It was
stated to be of good quality, and the coat of pro
The Prtustucht Zeilunaot November 2d nnh.
lishes news from Moscow without date, announc
ing that the students in that city had created
violent disturbances, which had been quelled by
the -military force. A petition requesting the
release of the students lately arrested, and that
constitution should be granted to Russia, had
been signed by seventeen thousand persons. The
University of Rawan had been closed beoauae the
students bad demolished the Rector's bouse.
Students' disturbances had also taken place at
uaujxy. it naa Deen proved tnat a collusion
existed between the students of all tbe univer
sities. The University of Kiew had alone r.
mained quiet... . . ,'
I he Kussian Zettunq also Btatea lhat a mini.
terial secretary had been arrested for bavin
collected signatures to petition on behalf ol
the students of St. Petersburg, which was to be
presented to the Emperor on bis return to that
oity. Fears are entertained that stormy scenes,
attended by great masses ot the people, will
take place on the return of tbe Emperor to St
Petersburg. ' ' ' , ..,
ine teleirraph between Malta end Alexandra
was opened on tbe 1st of November.
The Condition of South Carolina—
The Condition of South Carolina— Gov. Pickens's Message.
The Charleston Mercury of the 6th Inst.,
publishes Governor Pickens's annual message
to tbe Legislature, of South Carolina, That
"free end independent State" does not appear
to be in a very prosperous condition. We cull
some bits from the Governor'! message.; ; ,. .
THE MILITARY RESOURCES OF THE STATE.
'From the oressimr emereencv of the war an
many trbopa have been called into active service
that tbe remainder ot "onr population, fit for
military duty, Is left in a state of comparative
disorganization. ; ' - ;
Under the late act of 1860, volunteer regt
ments were formed out of the old militia bat
talions, and In many parts of the State the offi
cers of beat companies, battalions and regiments
nave entered toe new volunteer organisations,
and have been mustered Into Confederate ser-
' Under this act of 18G0, eleven full regiments
have been iqrmed for twelve months. S Tbe
Convention also ' raised one regiment for six
months.' Under Confederate authority a full
and most efficient legion has likewise been mus
tered into service. Under special requisition
from the President of the Confederate States,
two regiments were raised for and during the
war.- Eleven of these regiments are now In
Virginia (one having served its time and has
been disbanded , and three on oar own seaooast
a all, fifteen, ' I have, also, recently muster
ed into Confederate service, by special rsqulsi
tlon from tha Praaldant fn. ...i. . 7
- . - .wmi. wvte iuii raai.
nd two light artillery companies. We have.
RlfiPAnwaa al a. a
regimens oi infantry ami a battal
ion of regularly enlisted foroes. Tbese'WlU
make an accrar,. , . .....ili .
, " "";" "uomiujr more toan
nineteen thousand m.n nm i .-.,. i .
Bea'dea thla I ha., bnn . ,
: ... . --v iu a, ty ui iuaries-
ton, Itn a toroe of more than three thousand
uevHv. auou, piacea on a war looting and held
as a reserve, armed and equipped, ready for any
emergency.- We have, in addition, twenty-one
wUih,u. ui varairy nuu mounted men lo tbe
seacoast parishes of Charleston, Beaufort, Col
leton ud Georgetown, held ready for Immedi
ate servioe.- These were first raised under
special resolutions of tbe Convention, and are
limited to ten days after the adjournment of the
regular session of the Legislature. I sues est
that you make the oroaniiattnn m.
- ta shviv uuiiisjs
I authorized an Independent brigade In the
eastern districts. iurri th m.
- ... I - , KUBTIIUM
formation, furnishing their own arms, and pre.
. mues emoieni manner, and
w.U arnnatnCfril.illi tKj. ,. n. .
- , vv.uiuruia.iuu
of that portion ot tbe oountry. This was set
ivv, uj mu vxpenenoea ana energetio oulcer,
and will embrace, perhaps, some three tbous-
uu uicu. rcvummena ii 10 your esriy atten
tion, and think it micht h. r-nnfl.m.i ... i.n.i
organization at leaat for and during the war.'
The country Is peculiar, and requires a native
local force of that kind to give efficiency to its
delense, and this is on a plan least expensive to
tbe State. These remarks' are also applicable
to tbe twenty-one mounted eomnanie. nf th.
In addition to tbo difficulties that war atwava
uriug. upon a country, we laoor at this time
under stringent pressure, from the sale of all
productions for exportation Being suspended.
Oar banks are banks both of discount aod cir
culation, and practically they bold the only cir
culating medium. They suspended the redemp
tion of their bills issued. Tbe Legislature le
galized that suspension. Then, if their issues
are contracted, and circulation withdrawn, the
difficulty ot paying debts and meeting taxation
becomes greatly increased. It would seem that
unaer-suon clrcumstsnces, where tbe Legisla
ture has interposed to relieve the banki from
tbe obligation to pay tbeir notes, some course
ought to be adopted, if consistent with safe
precedent, to protect the people also from tbe
temporary difficulties by which we are sur
rounded. All tampering of any kind with
produce by government, in any shape or form,
is generally unwise and unjust. If anything of
tbe kind is ever to be done, lot it be done by
tbe State Governments rather than by tbe Gen
eral or Confederate Government, for all power
not nprea!y granted la reserved to the
States. Tbe exercise by tbe Confederste
Government of any power not expressly grant
ed is not only without authority, but on ao vital
a polof it is dangerous, as calculated, if habitu
ally aeted upon, to affect deeply the distribution
of wealth and Ihe interests of productive labor.
ii aaymiug is aone, it snouia be done by tbe
States; and I suggest that, perhaps, as we have
a State Institution, it mieht be used to advance
on produce one-half of its value, upon receipts
for the same being deposited, with a view to
give a lien to secure the amount advanced first,
to the exclusion ot all other claims. Public
policy will require tbat yon should cdhlinue to
legalize the suspension of the banks. This
continuation might be mide upon certain con
ditions resting upon similar advances to be
made from all tbe banks.
GENERAL CUSHING'S MISSION.
On the 20th of December the President of
the United States soot Gen. Cushinw. a dietin.
guisbed citizen of Massachusetts, to me, with
a letter, a copy of whioh is herewith transmit
ted. I had but a short interview with him,
and told him I would return no renlv to the
President's letter, except to say, very candidly,
tbat there was no hooe tor the Union, and that.
as far aa I waa concerned. I intended to main
tain the separate independence of South Caro
lina, and lor this purpose neither temptation
nor danger should for a moment deter me. He
said be could not say what changes circum
stanoes might produce, but when he left Wash
ington there was then no intention whatever to
ohange tbe status of the forta in our harbor in
any way. .
PICKENS'S VIEWS OF THE NORTH.
There is not the slightest danger of our be
ing subjugated by the North. Tboae who con
oeived such an idea had bnt little knowledge as
to tbe elements of real power. They are vast
ly defective in all those qualities necessary for
effective military organization, particularly for
purposes of invasion, while tbe institutions of
tbe South train our people to individual self
reliance and to police regulations with disciplin
ed order. There are no agricultural people so
essentially military in their early training as
are tbe slave-holding race of tbe South:
As far as the northern States are
concerned, their government is hopelessly gone;
and If we fall, with all our conservative ele
ments to save us, then, Indeed, there will be no
nope lor an independent and free republic on
this continent, and the publlo mind will des
pondingly turn to the stronger and more fixed
forms of tbe Old World.
In tbis point of view. I most resnectfullv
urge that you increase toe power and dignity of
ine oiaie, inrougn an ner administrative offices,
and adhere firmly to all tha conservative princi
ples of our constitution.
Clouds and darkness mav rest nnon our h.
loved country, but if we are true to ourselves
and just to others, looking with oonfidlng faith
up to tbat Providence who nresida ovnr ih.
uesunisB oi men and governments, we will
surely triumph, and come out of our trials a
F. W. PICKENS.
"Cerro Gordo" Williams.
The ahnvn nr.flv .u.hUI... ..1
ed by tbe rebel oommander who has just been
defeated by General Nelson, in Pike county,
Kentucky. He formerly resided at Winches
ter, Clark county, Ky. His residence before
the present war broke ont was at Mount Ster
ling. By profession he is lawyer. Ia 1846
he raised an independent company and went to
Mexico. His first service was npon tbe line ol
the Rio Grande. When a large portion of Gen
eral Taylor's troops were transferred to Gen
eral Scott's line of operations his company went
with them. It participated g.Ulantly In the
battle of Cerro Gordo. Its term of service ex
pired immediately Afterward and he rptiirnArl
home. , . ... ., . :
flavin? taken an notivro nart. In nnlltl... .n
old-line Whig, and having achieved bo me mili
tary reputation, ha waa' rAcarrliul mui
promising young man. But having failed sev-
rnrei nines to secure see w nig nomination lor
vougron in oi uiBtrici, ne Decame embittered,
aud was ripe for any project which promised
bint a prospeot of peraonal elevation. . Hence,
wiicd. wis war pegun, ne emDracea extreme
Southern views, and began to raise men for tbe
Confederate service. , At first a Colonel, be
has, since John C. Breckinridre ran away from
Prestooburg, become aotiog Brigadier-General
of the rebel camp at that point. : ... -, ....
. In person he ia full six feel high, of strong
physical powers and strong animal appetites.
Ilia air la hevond forty. In atari lift, ha ba.
excessively vain of bis personal appearance.
Hi. Intal'nnt ia not nf . hi oh nrrl.r Tk..
fore, there is not much to be dreaded by the
. - . . ; . , t , ... .. .
union rorcei, eimer irom nia strategic qualities
orhisforoeof cbaraoter. lie Is simply a fine
animal, full of Dhvsieal eonrae-a. , Hi. ful,..
man of fine intellect, and charaoter, and of
great age, it a aevotea union man. ; -
D" Catharine McLennan) aged one hundred
na iweive years, was found dead in the woods
iu the vloinity of Beech Bidce .countv of Chateau
guay, Canada, oo the 28th ult. She at one time
was possessed of property, but of late years bad
become a neglected wanderer. Tbe deceased
was the person who figures in tbe first story of
-npeaon s rales ot toe uanaaian forest." iier
father and uncle served under General Wolfe,
and belonged to Captain McDonald's 78th High
landers, but both were killed at the capture of
Quebeo in 1759.
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umt Bnilicrs ;' Fwiiisiiuigs
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tod patewla half pouxil can for family aa., aad Bay
Palate In bulk. '' ' tc
Urushes of every varioty & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of '
OAK R1AGE MATERIADS. ' -
AXES GRINDSTONES', etc. ;: .
GUN8, PISTOLS, SHOT, o
,, r ROPE k CORDAGt,,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, . -
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
fable and Pocket Cutlery.
1 eepeotallt lnvlt tn attention of all IntoMteJ in..
stook of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and'
8ILVEH PLATED fOKKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoon,
Butter Knives, &o.,
ol HOOK ft Rb A BRO'S. Manafaetara. wamntad u, k.
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uountry uercnant, Hechanlc, and others, an Invited
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holeaaleand Betall. Win. A. GILL.
Oolombua, Ohio, May 8, ItWO
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