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Cra, notoxceeding Srtllnet, perMr, I. ttU,f.Wperlne;otttiloa2. , . . , JioThmTf 0pru7U,,,' hri,1,,M oatat,4. Bre oompulei, lfiE??!J "towlllnotbtwrledfnwifiJJ ' t27,M"? u D"?- n" IdvirtlMf 101 Ul WMklVftlona. Whurl thm H.l 1. ..jvuu. iM,lh nd' hn ehiirKt lr tt WMkJ b If thtrateiof tlio Dally " 'BUSINESS' CARDS." otKToran nut, ? 1 (TIIKI CSITTODIII, Ai; 1 I !! 11 otFurn:& chitipenden. COUNSELLORS AT XAV,' J aOfWollI Dtrobt, (Offlcw of Olry Jadg.) . - -t NEW YORK, Kim to Hob. Jud HonerK N, T. Buperlor Oeurl. on. u. u. nunur, Lincuter, 0.' . BOTt-ta , . . ' t jo - Tei "WTTIjIISJ-:..v ttorney and Counsellor nt Law, NOTARY PUBLIC,- " (f"" "o. HIGH BTRMT, 0PK0N BUttlV 1 Ilta, ppoeltethe State Home. : nih.'!ct!!n-V-n''i01her "VtJr' tndl to. MMUouuot) glren when required. aorO-ly j-. XXenry EIcxlLlc5r, , . . (I of.FIialon'i Iitabliihmwt, S. T.,)' i " PHOPHIETOft OP THE IVE W YORK t n..if "S'J?1 8hTlD OatUng, Sbampooalng Onrllng and Dreailng Saloon,, a , 7, . Bouth Ulah St., over Baln' Stores 2j"Ulf!Uo " be gWen In all (he yarloui Ladlea' and Children1! Balr Drenlng don la the beit CALT HOUSE, iffo. 178 florth High BtreeV' ' .....COLUMBUSrOHIO. 2ii?1iI5w.S,,'2Fu iu p""?8 on of n rln- Wlll find thetielt Houie decidedly a convenient itop puig place. . oM'hTSlSn? ,r,lk, "P " M kUn ' D,gbt for '"l modmiev to tall 0m tlmei. i NATIOWAL HOTEL, KKAB UNION DEPOT, COLUMBUS, OHia , T1RHS. ...... .....0N DOLIiAB PEE DAY. oot2S-Jm " P. A? B. sninniis, Attornoy at Xjaw AND NOTARY.PUBLIC.1 Offlco-Ambot CaiUHag, oppuiite Oapltol Bquare. i . . . COLUMBUS, OBIOi VdaX. OJ3Bon.IT3EI, Attorney & Counselibr at Law, MARION, OHIO. fwl. C. LILLEY 'BOOIIrr.; " r"A"3 Blank-Book Kuu&ntow, 1 J .. rajwLraiw, ohio KAGLE.RIiASRWnnK'H . v - vriw HpridS water 8Jta.y iad Manafaetnaen af Brut aaj Oompoettlon Oattlnn Vinlihed Bran Work of all Peeorlptlene. r ElectioTPlatiag. and 4 Griding ! tEciCUTTINC; C CbliinbM Wholesale" Liquor Store ItACELLE ROSS & CO.;H IMPOBMHB AND DEALERS W ' " " U foreign and Domsstio Winei;3randies, ! Kirawl! tPT- ' " - er;.T ieat. fMe -'AtSO 7!$? fttPNONQAHELA & BOURBON i'tBxmrtton ANj'Ffici'M bouth jnoa it., .W,, :t. ,,,,,,, j.i.,r.r.,u..al l)ol!l a.'r- .St-a..-1 ;L1-v3l5l.ESTIEAUXj ' " tBUOCSESOK TO McKKH at BEBTIIAUXJ , ! W No. 10C..iia;:.HitvhVii jJi OoIlJM13TTkili,,,- j QROCEfllES, PilODU CE " ' : .; :., ... . ,.a a. , 4 . .i-. .1 .. . . a V'vU K- A la T la 1 14 U U K D IS T V fci6nAcfeTcor. 51lai .41 erf 4ft'4 i'V.f l KOYAL QUARTO DICTIONAKY. The IateitThe Largeit Tho Beit, " Thd Cheapest Becauid the Ent,1 non ucuabja standard An tborltf of the Eng-lltb Lanffnace. ' Jii BmOnd Xmmmt Mutator of OUo, "TBI BUT IS9LISH DIOIIOIflKT 1XTANT." , trary Mm Jfturyvurt 'Hoi trtapwirdiof t Itnndred Thouud Wonta. """ iWMilngi nd 4rivtlon together With their OOrrtCC mlllni.in.l nmninilillnn are alaarla Cincinnati Gmmtrotal, BtadtUZHoltlont of tht itmbrnt of tM Ohio Salt .' v rr. i v" itauuri aueootaHon. The nndentiraed, memben of the Ohio Itate Teeihere' aieweituon, adopt end elm to nee In teaohliw, wrlUnn end ipekiDK, the ortbogniphy ena pronanoUtioa of noroeewri noysi quarto Dictionary, and we moet cor dunly noommend It the ainat Mllahla il.nil.nl an thorltjr of lb Xnillah lanraen. aa It la nna wrltiat. and ,-Xoail iRDtxwe, Pmldeni Kenyan Oollete. I 'M. L. Lauoarr, Ruperlntendent Zaneerllle School!. THoe. W. Uaarrr, Uup't Ueeeilon Union Bchooli. B Ir OowoeatT.fop't Pnblle lekoole, Bandoiky. on LTKcn, Bnp't Pabllo Bchoole, Olrcletllle. B.M. jirB Prlaelpei Oleyelend female Bemloi- Wu. MiTcnmi, gup'tPnblle kckooto, Mt. Onion. Joum Oooi-, Principal Bute Normal School, Mince- O1. : T . - I Oroi Niton, Principal fourth Intermediate School. Olnclnnatl. i II, 8. WatTtn, tup't Oaiton Union lohooleT ' -Knwin HmiL, Prinetpel HcNeely Naramt school.- . u T. TarraJI. Prof. Uathematlce. Ohio Cnlveraitu' p.W.W Mowrtoe, lapHTroy CtrtoU School. , . u uoniKe, frlncipe.1 Wcat Ulgb School, Olere taod. B? A. nOKTOa. Aaoctate Prlnclnl nish School, fllrra- tool. I . ui I ; I ' : I I " t , I I .; 1'aioDoU SttHuko,, Principal nigh School, Olert land. - - v 1 , K. f . nomrroH, Principal Olereland Initltute. J. A. flaEfiiLD. Preildent of KlKtio Initltute, Hi ram. W. L. Halan. Prof, nf Ohamlatnr. Ohio Waatawan UDlrerelty. H. H. BaRNKT. ICx-flamtnlaalnnapAfflnflninAfi ej.1,Anla. Ohio.' J. 1 . .!.. Jaaiaa Mohbob, Prof. Rhetorlo, Oberlln Oollejre. Taoe. Biu.Preeldent Aotloch College. 0. W. II. OaTHnaa-r. Pmf. Malhamalla. Klah School, Dayton, im. i b. u,. vobch4i Prof.. iJBgTuge, nigh .Botool. Dayton. js. ; M . Baiaaa, BnpH Union Schoole.'Aihland. ' i Mon Via Bim Bundrtd eCknr PrntderJm nt Ml. pee, froftuori, JutAort and JHtUnouUltd Sditoa tort, Aoee tndorui Me abort tmtlmmt, . PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. 'UektlTTa OoUBoi "It la trnlv a maraltcent trork. an honor to the author, the publisher 1, and the whole eonntry." Preildent Andrew!, f Om WaLaTiUxirairrT.-,'It tzeeedt my ezpteta Uone. It will be my guide In orthography and pronun ciation, and will often be eonialted by me for it neat and accurate deHnltloui." Preildent Thompioa . , W. B. KcucTIt) OoLLinl "Hentflfoi we riaranant Weheter'i orthography. At recent meeting of our faculty. It wai decided to thaoge It In conform to that 01 norcciwr t uoyat voarto vwuonarr." rreatdent Garfield. .... , , Tirrni RnTa Oourai. "I ' find It : worth of oordial approbation. Preeldenl Hitchcock. Omul Cotuot. "It more than naeta mv miaHa. Hone. I feeommend It ae the etaodard authority In orthoepy to my children and my pnpile. "'-Preildent Morgan. Arrioca Ootxawi. "I adopt and aim to nee In teach' lag, writlngand epeaklng, the orthography and pronuo- cuuon or worcener t oyai uuarto Dictionary." Pretldent Bil. , 4 f i a -1 '1:1 ' "In all'my wrltln. eieakln.dnd teaeblne. I hire en deavored to conform to the rule, for orthography and pronunciation aa contained In Worceiter'i Dictionary." Horace Mann, late Preildent. , Kunoa Ooumi, Qaaatia. "I moit cordially recom mend it at the moat reliable tUndard authority of the engiun language ai It la now written and ipoken. Preildent Andrewi. SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO. JV-om Bot.-Anto Smytk, OammUtiontr of Oommm "The Dkllonarr Ii an hnserUhabto monument to the learnlne and laduitnrof lie author, and an honor to the world of letten. The mechanical esecution la far iupe- nor to mat or any oilier 11 icon wun wmcn 1 am ae- qaalnteda" From Bon,. B.t B. Banuy, Xk-OtmmUtUmtr oj J- , ,. ' CAOOM fft tnio. -: "The moet reliable Itandard authority of the lan- gnage." OUT TBI laeading "TSrewBlpajperei of Ohio Bay. ;iromiAaMtaHdBira&oSMarcsa.'. The orthoeranh of tht Worceeter Dictionary la that aeed b moet. if not all. author! of dli Unction In thte country and Ingland, and conform! to the general aaage of ordinary writer! and speaker.., ' Whatever prejadicee may have ezlited prevloaily, a eardful itudy of thii volume will Invariably be followed by a warm appreciation 01 tu great menu, ana a aeiire to add It to tht well selected library, be It large or email, It 1, a library tnttteir, and. will remain an Imperiiha ble record of the learning of ill eompller. Irom (At Cincinnati Commtroial of April SO.. ; rr a - t. - J A .V. , - liere ar opwania im uuuum uivhmiu huiuv gvijuj bad and Indifferent whote mnltUariout meanlngi and derivation., together with their correct ipelllng and pro- nanciauoo, art teteieariy oeiore m eye. -ne woayvii anaueetlonably the greateit Tbeianruiof English Wordi ever pabllahtd. .... 'rom th Cleveland Plaindeattr of Sept. 80, I860. Ivldentlv Wotctrm't Rorat QnaKTo DicnoHaav ft not onto (At lath but (At aatT eMrje of th kind oeorU- vtrf.andcin by no pomibillty .utter by eompariaoa or eontrovtrey. ' I From tht Ttiltdo Mailt of May 29. -- At to ftOBCMOUTIOII. WoBCWeTKB It TBI STtBOaRD followed by our beet author,; In deflnltlone be leavei nothing to be deilnd, and in OaTHooaarHV It It mfflclent to aay that WoRctmit can be tiely followed. 1 ' INGHAM dc BHAGG, , Pnbllahera, Baokaellera Sc. Stationera, NO. 191 BUPIRI0R BT., OIUVBIAND, OHIO. , matt) THE MUTUAL BENEFIT : LIEE: INSURANCE COMPANY, ; Of 3JoxvarlJa., IN". T. j Dividend JTannarr 1 1 "e 1 1 45 Par Cent, ASBXTB. . .. .1. i. A . . n t..v.'.. IHflVifSn SO. Statement Janaarri. 1861, Balance, per ita lament Jen. Ut, 1800.. . 3, 406,583 39 "Ucetvea ror rrtmiumt our - -t ; tag tht year lBtK) 1763,053 SS ; Received for Intereat during tht year 1600 SU.0M 19 , Total receipt, for 186O....t77,0li7 74 PaldOlaimabyDeath,S87,05O 00 ' Paid Polioiet lurren- t dered 41,111 S9 Paid Salaries, Poit- are, Taiea, Bx- change, eto 31,820 54 ' , Paid Oommlatloni to - ' 4 , , Agentt 51,321 30 . ' Paid Phyalclane' feet. 5,008 75 ' Paid Annaltlet 1,517 00 . Paid Dividend! dor- lag tht year 160,500 75 565,001 63 411,978 14 Net Balance January lit. 1861...... ....13,819,538 50 .'.:..',.: AS81T8. ; . 1 . .. ' j. Oath on hand...., 96,0984 19 ' ; I - Bond! and atortgageaon Real tula, worth doable the - amount loaned 8,327,841 08 Premium Motet, on Polioiet " i - InforotjOnlydrawlngOptr- tent, intereat. 1.979,804 17 . i teal etate....4.....kA.V o,Wfl 97 . j ' Loam on Scrip 5,931 44 ''-" 1 i Premlnme, Hotel and Oaehj la' ' 1 ' eouneof tranemlialon.... 45,343 75 ' Total Aawta.. .,...... 13,819,556 SO 7,575 FoUcttt In ftroe, lniuring....;.$a,428,538 1,435 new Pollclee Cave been Ittatd during ht ytar 'After a eareful calculation of the pretest value of tht out! tend log Policial of the Company, tad having the (MoHtary amount la rtoervt therefor, tht Director have declared a Divintm of 45 per cent, on the Preml nme said at the table ratet, to all pollclee for lift In foroe. leaned prior to 1 aauary 1, I860, payable according to tht preeenl rait, "i we uompany, , Kaf afor til kind! of Lite Oontlnrenctee. Proeoeet- 4eei.,gtateaeatt, and Appllcatlona, will be tamlehed witboot cHaKdt, at tne umce or geaciet 01 ut uoa ptnjr csi"- ., : .... - - i-'i I . . . . BAM'. T.VilTOlHW 1 a. j nvBti ' v.. , a uatuw,' L. 11. bROTE. Vice Pnaideni. I , SISi 0-MliflS, Secretary. - ' . IiVHi BEESON, Agont, I ..i-yf.i -. Moi 4 Jetrotoa Block,1 i March SL 1861, i'.,i'g ' m; , OolunibotsO.' niiAIN AND FICaTJBES BLACK J. DBBBS BILES, of every grade-. Ibt aattt ttleet, MMltmtB( in tot tay, tod at mutt rettonablt relet, i ,.A.a f!,tr "' BAIN ex BON, 1861. 1862. Winter Arrangement—Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. Connecting at Orettllnt with tht PITTSBURGH, fT . vyaiwi jt CHICAGO RAILROAD br fitUburgh, JPWadtlpUa and Mainmort. Alto for em Wavnt and CMoaao. Connecting at Cleveland with tht LAM BBOBI RAIL- . ( 1 BOAD tor Dunkirk, BaffaU, Albany. Bot , teuhatdNeir Vera. . two' trains daily, EXCEPT SUNDAY, from Oolumbue, In tonntctioa with Tralnton the A.IXTI.E irilAni -AND COLVnBt7M . fIRST TRAIN. NIGHT EIPBK88 Learn Oninmhna .itui.u . Will leave Deteeacer el ait alaunna .,nn .i n.i.-.. Cardinglon, filiead, UaliOB, and at all ttatione North ol Ualloo. and at all other atatlona nnnn aivnai ...iDin. m...i...i no,. . -.--- -""" v...auu m w.v a. aa., vunairx e:w r. M., Buffalo Altmaj 8:14 M" M,w Yo,k 18 Bol" ; BK00ND TRAIN. ' MW VflRK rrpnvaa r... n., u U. ; will leave pueengera at all etetlone. tireeowlch. ttiiitnla will not itop for puMDMrf txcept upon iIk- Dal . Arrival ( nitwalna4 U-Ut D Lf T. . fa a, aver" S" m' n4,.ofA.U,S 4:15 P M- N 8:50 . wvaevH l-V m BA. CONMICTIONS. At flrpatllna arilh Dliiakui. a bt. IX' Baltimore. At Bhelby, with Sanduiky, Manifif Id and Newark Rail road, for all point! on that road. Alio for Toledo.- At larafLnn. wlfh flla.ai.j a n i n. ,. . . ToledSrndChtctio. """O""0' At GlfVAlatml. nrlih T .L. Ol Ta.tt m - . Dunkirk, Buffalo, New Vork and Boiton. . Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all Violit fP..:.. 1. mi Aiaiua to tylllcagO, JNOW Tork and Boston. taggagi Vhecied through to Btv Tort and Botton aVeto Yorkvla OrttUin. . . i, RETURNING. -! Night Ezprea arrive. atColumbu. at.. .1:30 A. II. Cincinnati Exprenarrivet at Oolumbue at 1:30 P. It. Fare aa Low ae by anyetber Itente. Atk for Tictttttia Crettlineor Cleveland. I. 8. FLINT, buperlLteodeat, CleveUnd, Ohio JAMES PATTERSON, Agent, , . Columbni, Ohio. Columbnt, Nor 16, 1801. CANADIAN it TXBITED STATES UAH STEAMERS 'A'O A1MU FHOITl LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW, Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec, - and . YORK. , The Montreal Ocean Bteamihln Oomnanv'a flratuai full-powered OlydeMmllt B teamen tali wery Sat. tirday from PORTLAND, carrying tht Canadian and United Statet Mall and patetngen, NORWEGIAN,': NORTH AMERICAN, : BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON, NORTH BRITON, HIBHRNIAN, CANADIAN, NOVABOOIIAN. Nkorteat, Cbeapeat and Qnlckcat Con - verauce irena AMIEICA TO AU FASTS 0? Rates ot Fataaaee to Kuroie, - . m Q3Q. ea, sao. Will tall from LIVERPOOL every Wedneaday, and from QUXBI0 every Saturday, tailing at LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mailt and Paeeenirer., to and front Ireland and Scotland. irPThete Bteamert art built of Iron. In witer-thrht compartment., carry each an experienced Burgeon, and every attention It paid to tht comfort and accommoda tion of paaeengeri. Ae they proceed direct to LONDON DERY tk egioat rlak and delay of tailing at St. John'i It avoided. . Glaigow paatengen are fnmlihtd with raxa paangt Ucaeti to and from Londonderry. jtetora ucKeie granted at reduced ratet. Certificate! lieaed for oarrvlne to and b-lnrtaront nae. aengen from all the principal towni of Great Britain and Ireland, at reduced rate., bythl. line of .teamen, and by tht WASUINGTON L1NJI Of SAILING PACKETS, leaving aiiverpooi every weoa. Sl(fht Drafta far t and upward! pay. uv.-i an nuaiauu, aruiiaua, acot land or IValea. For cajeaet. annlv at the Office. SO II K ft a li- WAY, New Verk. and in tVATKit nr.. L-iverpoel, IABIL k SKAJbMJE, Otntral Agtntt, Or to- J. R, ARMSTRONG. nolOUdtw -' f oat Office, Oolnmbui, Ohio. GUBnKSBTS BALMI GUERNSEY'S BALM REmtOVES AND PREVENTS 1 N flammation and pain, and heal, the wont ham teald, brnltti twt or freeh wound of any kind, prevent! iwelllng and pain from bet .ting., moeqnlto bltee, and ponKUHHia pianta, neuraigiB, rneamauam, agnt In the b re ait, aalt rheum, etc. When taken internally, It will poeltlvely tart croup In children, tnd glvee Immediate relief la tht wont can of thli terrible complaint) alao, remove, hoartenee. and tore throat. Price, US teste bottle. Should be In eve 13 houee. For tale by Drug giita and Storekeeper.. IRV IN STONE, Bolt rroprtttor, n . . Spruce it anew York octtdkwlyi. ,liJ , No real initica can be done the above nnmaratlnn. btttbyproourlngand reading detcrlptivt pamphlet! J bt fonnd with all dealen, or will be tent by Proprietor on demand. Formula! and Trial Bottlet eent to Phyet clan., who will find development! In both worthy toolr acceptance and approval. Oomipondtnot tolklted from all whote neceiiltlet or enrlotity prompt! to a trial of tht abort reliable Bemt dlei. For -aalt' hy the uiual wholeeale and fatal! daaiar tTtrywbtrt.. -. . JOHN Ii IICNNE WELL, Proprlete t ipHEatlST AND rHAlACI0TltT, Io. 9 CoBtmtrclal Wharf, Botton, Kass. Robert, fc Samuel, N. B. Marple, J. R. Cook, J. M Denig, G. Denlg Soa.,A. t. Schueller A Bon, Agent! ior uoiumont, unio. myl-dly - VEBY "TYLISH1STKIPED CLOTH BB AWLS, in new detign. at (3 00 Value 5 00. 1.500 yard! Super Plain Black Bilk at II 00-Valu 1 95 a yard. Frcnoh Mer inoi.erax' cent Value 87Koti a yard. . " 7acentt value 91 00 a yard. ' ' BAIN Ax SON, octl No . 99 South High Street. riENTLElrlEN'SJ FURNISHING UUUUI. Noveltlei In Neck Tltt and Bcarfa. r . , " " Byron and Garrote Collar.. ; " V ' ' Embroidered Pocket Handkerchief!. : Pari. Kid Glovea, tuperlor make, 1 . Golden Hill Shirtt, varioat ttylet. Boyf Goldta Hill Bhlrtt, do ; ' .'. Driving and Street Qlovee, do 1 . Hemmed Pocket Handkerohleft, VarToai ttyltt. ' Half Hott and Under Garment, BAIN A SON, tpilli irf . . .1 . "i No. 99 Soath High ttrttt , - Ladiea' linen Pocket-Eandk'ti. TEMnED STITCHED LINEAl HAMB AA kerehlefa, very wide hemi. . u j . 1 Embroidered Linen Handk't all price. i.ii.L j' ?a .. tolortdbordera. '. aauuruiui uo , DiaoKbordtrt. 1 , doi i f . new itjle crottltltohed. Pine Appledo ... ! , aew pattern.. -,. - , ' I. aiiM. Oui. a.4 r.-.j .,,7.. . .. ... . ' OomprUIng the. moet ttleol tttortmtnt la tbo city a '" Priott. X BAIN SON, ' tebSN . ' " Na. on Raa,k m.k nturf and R J!U J! BIBBOIIS TABS. AN DTTlIT II eaav-aa aaaW.lu la. -a. a a n -w mwvumi inw tn Jtimopfttiwrj DJ " - RAILROAD. Winter Arrangement. RAILROAD. Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia I RAILROADS. for Cincinnati, Dayton ft Jndianapoliil Throagb to IndluuwoIU wltbont Change of Cart, - Bod but On CbaUife t Can between Colnmbna and St. Louis. . - r .. r" ? 1 - r -. L On tend After Monday, 2S"ovember 11, ieoi. , 1 ,. Four Tntina DaUJ&OJlci Columbus. . 1. . 1 t t i nn ii .-. . FIRST TRAIN.' ' '! ( ; - NIGHT EXPRESS. Via Davtoev at la. m.. atonnlne at London, Xenia, Dayton, Uiddletowa and Hamilton, arriving at OinolnnaU at 7:40 t.a.; and, at Dayton at 5:05 a. aa. 1 connecting at Cincinnati to Loulavilte, Via. oenntt, St. IioaU. and all polata aVMthwMt; arriving at Bt. Aoaii et U:30 p. m.t tonoeeling at Dayton for Indlanapolit, Ltfayettt, Terrt 14a to, dhiaago, and all polnte Woeti arriving at Indiaaapotttat Kl:Wa. m. SECOND-TRAiN.." ' ACCOMMODATION at 5:0 a. at., ttopping tt all tta tlonr between Oolnmbui, OlnclnnaU and) Dayton, ar rivlna at Oineinnatl at 10.-93 a. a... anal at Daetna at 8:33 a. m. -connecting at Oioflonatl with Mall List Steamboat! for Louievllle, and a Da)ton for Indlanap- THIRD TRAIN. EXPRESS at 1:55 O. m.. atonntn at JefTarann. I.nn. don, Obarletton, Xenla. Corwln. Morrow. Bo. Lebanon. FotUr'a. Lovelaod and Milford. arrlTlne at Cincinnati mi o:v p. m.,vayionai a p. m.; connecting at Oin With the Ohio tnd MitllMlDDl Train for LoulaTilla. Vln. oennet,, Bt. Loait, etc., eto., arriving at Bt. Loult tt iu: a. m., oonnecung at Dayton tor indlanapolit, La- ayeiw, icrre uauio, unicagoaoa au point! weet. FOURTH TRAIN. HAIL at 4 n. m.. (toDDlne- at all atatlone between Columbnt and OinolnnaU; arriving at Cincinnati at 9:15 p, m. , lU For farther Information and Through Ticket!, tpply to M. Li D0HERTY, TloketAgent. Colon Depot, Oolumbut- P. W. 8TRADER, General Ticket Agent, OinolnnaU. JN0. W. DOHBRTr, Agent, Columbnt, X. W. WOODWARD, Superintendent, Cincinnati. Columbni, Nor. 10, 1861. 1861, 1861. 1861, 1861. EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS. TIME CHANGED. CENTRAL OHIO AND STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE RAILROAD, UNITED. CONNECTING. AT PITTSBURGH WITH TUB Pennsylvania Central Railroad orrin thi - Bbarteat, Qulr.keat and ITIe.t Dealra ie aaouie ao ait natiorn ejitlet. : Trains Leave Columbus as follows: VUBIlLilXB. m ITBIllXIIVrLlB. Mernlnr Expreaa. ' ran uirt. 4:00 A. M: 19 33 P. M 4.00 A. M. 3:10 P. M aamvx at iniaiKi 9:40 P. M. 10:40 A.M. . a.atvx at rtrnnmoB 4:10 P. M. 9.45 A. M. 4.10 P. U. 10:00 P. M. AMtrB AT BARRtlBDRe 3:10A.M. 1HI0P.M. 3:10 A. at. 8:15A.M.1 ARIUVB AT BALTTilORB 4)90 A.M. 8:20 A.M. 1;40P.M. ' ' ' AKR1VB AT rBIIABtLrBU. 7:40A.M. 5:1WP. M. 7:40 A. M. 18:50 1. M. ' wnvrogr via allmtown, a. x. ' '" J100A.M. V:J0 P. M. 11:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M. ' via rnitADnraiA 10:15 P. M. 1:45 P. M. 1:45 P.M. 013 P.M- - - VIA ALLINTOWB. " Peeicncer. by thli lint reach New York la adrance r any Northern route. 19:35 P. M. train la tht onlv one from flnlumhua at thli hoar, and tht only train by which pueenger. ctn reach Baltimore or Washington the fallowing day, and arrive la Philadelphia ot New York before dark. . O'Bleeplng can on all night tralm. Tbe Only Rente from Columbua to Mainmort), rjaiiadelpaua or .New York . . .... WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS. Thii train alio connecti at Bellairt with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. TTTThli rouU It 30 MILES SHORTER to Plttabun and mora than 100 MILES BHOBTEa to Now York, 17 Bseraee Checked Throuzh to all im- portent polnta East. - ET Aek for Tlckett via Bell-Ire or Steu- benvllle. k. ; UT TiokeU Good over either Route. JOHN W: BROWN, General Ticket Agtnt Central Ohio R. R. '-' IRA A. HUTCHINSON, ' . General Ticket Agent Stenbenvlllt Bhort Line. Oolumbat, Nor. 98, 1U61. REMOVAL. WIUIAM Ht HESTlEAtix, DEALEKjIN V Groceriis, ; Produce, - v ' '' ; ' : . 1 ProTisions, Foreign and Domestic Liquors,. I Fruits, etc. etc., . . : EAB REMOVED HIS BT0RI f ROM, ; ' 1 ! NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET, ..." , i - TO -"- ' ' No. 100, South High Street, y Th. old itand recently ooeopleA by.WM. McDONALD )V',;' He It in daily receipt of , NEW AND , FRESH GOODS Which ht will nil I Ctieap for Caalt or Country Produce. ST Good! delivered It City trade free of charge. QJ , 1,19- - ' v , WUUam jSL. GH11 coLiuniifjB, 01110) AGRICOlTUiUlWAREHOUSB 3 r3iicl Se Sie,' : t V i T-Mtta.a20OJl j GENERAL HARDWARE, ' '' NAUA, GLASS, BASH, PUTTY, OObDAGI, ' -' j alniae, Pistole, Wood willow Wttre, ' athertad fttbbrr BtlUng, late LttthtT, Bott aad ubc. " tw-aij eijc (Dljio Statesman V" .'.at IIIKI, Daily, per rear. , Trl-W, ...fl 00 ... a 00 , ifi neeaiy, perrear. weekly, per year 1 00 UNITED. The Navies of America. England and France. . publlabtea tletailed etate- " v M0 nature or tne navies of the three great , Powers, America, Eogland nd r ranee. , As we hare repeatedly shown, the --'Ji uoutiia ago,-was a nary but in name, and not hal r a dnn ...11. .-...,: , 1 jT iwij w,ir, ear veeteli 1 eould have been concentrated to meet ;k7J? , geDCT' M Pr- time u"f mo uuuea utes maj be thtia nlaaatnat i ' SUMMARY OF EFFECTIVE VESSELS IN THE UNITED STATES NAVY. aaiB. j rrtaK. Frigate. 6 Sloop, (old and new) 17 Brlgi 4 300 S SW5 342 - 37 3J0 19 - 10 50 3 18 23 08 , 79 341 59 - . 78 - - ' 4 49 837 104 1.4169 246 1.8W Bmall aide wheel iteamtrt..,. Iron Clad ataamara Gunboalt (new) : Sleamert purchaaed and oon- vartail InlA ...k.n. Snipe purchaaed 13 Barkt purchaaed 18 Brig, purohaeed 9 Schooner! pnrobatod ...34 'a. . . . a Totah Total treettrt reiwli Total gunt 91. "ii i iu, nary, iu uia report, fust transmitted to Congress, ttatea that we have 264 yeetelt, 2,557 guns, and 22,000 tea men, but he Includes In big list receiving ahips and ahips of tbe Hoe that bare been on tbe stocks since 1818. , The Britiah Navy is much tbe largest In the world, and of nothing is the Englishman ao proud as of being "mistress of tbe seal." This Navy, always great, was immensely augmented during tbe Crimean war, the government then, for the first time, turning its attention to gun boats, adding about one hundred and fifty of them to the Nary before tbe war closed. It has also paid much attention to iron-clad ves sels. The following lea eililnsnanf R.ttUI. veasels tioat in I860. Transports of all de scriptions and vessels building then or since ..111 UUI lUVlUUCUi BTBAM .. i-No. .. 53 .. 40 .. 1 .. 19 .. 91 .. 94 ..180 Bhlpiof tht llntx.. 1 irrigate, Iroo-catedablpt. .... . Oorvettei Bloope Small 1 teamen Gunboat. Floating batl.rie.... Mortar ihlpi Total iteam... ..431 SA1UNQ. Shtpiof tht line. Frlgatet , Sloopa Mortar reiieli..., .. in .. 17 .. 18 .. 83 ..128 ToUl tailing et eeeoe eeeee Aran.! tntal nf Addthott building....!,... ... ...559 64 Effective reiieli of the Brltlih Nary.. ... 613 This would mak. s tntjtl nf b!p KtinitiAtuI mrA thirteen aotual war ressels.-withoul including the larrfl nnmhfir nf tranannpta and Athaa .hlnj that could, at short notice, be oonverted into men-oi-war. . ine noet would carry between fifteen thousand and sixteen thousand guns, and we do not believe that tbe French fleet that is, the vessels now afloat or on the stocks can approacn t&ls figure within two or throe thnng audguue. v Great Britain keeps more vessels on foreign nar&l atatinna than an ..Mnn tn va n.i,4 At present she haa an unusually large force on tbe North American and West Indian station, owing probably to tbe American civil war. The British American fleet now includes thirty one war vessels, not counting transports, mount ing about six hundred and thirty guns. Besides these there Is tbe British division of the Mexi can expedition, on its way to Vera Cruz. It in cludes thrxn ahlna nf thai Una th r.i..i,ii.n. the Donegal and the Sanspareil, mounting In all two hundred and sixty-eight guns. It will thus be teen that If lhA naarifll1 aalatlnna k.la... Great Britain and Amerioa should unhappily be disturbed, tbe former power has already tbe nnoleus of a formidable fleet on onr coast. The French have ever been jealous of the English additions to the navy, and during tbe last few years, the additions to the French navy have been large and important. In the year 1846 the House Of Deputies passed a law, after - J Af It a, warn Bauci.ci.ea oj iae nouse ot reers, fix tog the effective of the naval forces of France at three hnndrM And twent? mt at am anrt veeaels of war, vis: forty llne-oi-battle ebips; fifty frigates and one hundred and alxty-two ateam tMonli Af bII a-ra. A.wnlntiivAx. r avisos, schooners, cutters, transports, eto. 1'he cAecmiun 01 tnis taw wai carriea out by tbe uor ernment of Loult Pbllllppe till the year 1848, and afterward by the Gorernment of tbe Re public, with unprecedented energy and vigor; The T.7isgiTes tbe following: . i SUMMARY OF THE FRENCH NAVY, TO APRIL, 1861, INCLUDING VESSELS BUILDING AND CONVERTING. ;r. . BtUVes. Steimen , Description of Veuel. 9 j o 5 Ha, t- 1 114 6 700 3 970 90 1,800 9,740 Bhlp. of the Line. 15 ,50 10 756 40 016 1 etio 939 144 984 175 934 5,450 13,950 rngatet, Bcrtw ( Frlgatet, Iron-pitted.. 97 Frigatea, paddle , ( .. Oorrettet 33 Brlgi and Arlaoe ...109 Schooner., Cutter., ete. . 55 Screw Gun Vemli . 8 Floating Batter lee....... 5 Traneportt, (Including 90 tcrewi ordered) . , 73 Screw uunboeu tv 38 4 .. ... 19 18 309 20 35 364 67 3,600 7,930 6,780 11,185 47 9. .. 26 Tottla. ...419 180 9,92? 265 6,500 .77.830 ,. I II 900 .. 8 bo 4,nu 58 47 184 M .171) .. 90 69 9,040 The Campaign of Billingsgate. war began April. Simultaneous!. with the outbreak of hostilities, a larre number of people, North and Soath, began the cam paign 01 naa language. More foul words were thrown than bullets, and more curies than bombshells. The more ardent, aod the better praotloed handlers of this kind of artillery at tne norm, were not aatisnea witn airectiug It against a foe where its effect was Invisible. It was perhaps natural that those who bad been ror months and years engaged Iu the nse of the tongue as a weapon of offense, blasting charac ter and destroying reputation, should seize an opportunity to eieroise their skill, and as the onarge 01 treason was neuevea to be tne moet deadly In its effects, these gentry entered con ornort npon- tbs business of affixing to their re spectable fellow citizens of the North, the stigma of this dark crime, r , It is Instructive to review tbe bistorv of this campaign pt Billingsgate. - . , u . It began with some of tbe newspapers, and they abused tbeir cotemporaries. They then opened on private individuals, and the sanctity of the household was invaded..-., This man bad traltoroua brothers, tbat lady had traitorous connections, this family received into their bouses traitorous acquaintances, and .on the whole, traitors began to turn on la tbs most as tonishing quantity.;, r.- a,.,,.-! 1 .. e, Fraotlce made the art of mail en Inr nerfeck. and it was very soon a matter of ne sort of im portance who was made to suffer. From tbe highest to the lowest, soldiers, civilians and private men and women, were mercilessly de livered to infamy., For some time previous to the war the strongest advocates of a peaceable dissolution or tne Union aad neen Republican papers. ' Suddenly this advocacy beoame trea son, and the advocates adroitly tamed the fire from ihemsolvos by pouring (t on others from their Own 'batteries,' The ,Ioudest In the wr of words, wer tbe very Ones, who had been moetguiiij. , . , -..-. .. v, Every one could now recall thi namtfof many merchants, ladled officers In the army and navv. and other mho a.a a,,ak.4 fi. ' u.rr?:'.' ..11 J .... anavacj, IU, 1UI WOIOJI was rolled up of those who were stigmatized as h", ' rT UOT" 01 purpose witn wbiob Hon. James E. Harvey, United States Minister to Portugal, was haunted by the sensation Ylra-VlB Aa aljlfaaal..a t B aia K ?. " """u-iuub apeoiat nitpatob from Washington pronounced him a traitor, and In 1a, rc w,,, "er blm 'n U cry. disiutert'.rr n . mv wu VMt ar ior we ufta no ao quaintance with blm whatever, but the result .ueurB.neiotreni or abuse on our- selvesi and nnn, II..... "a " "... r .,n , r . . J owuiiuoca a traitor, th t th "h 44 0M Ble,s morning h,. ...j:" "7 J , ma. 110 wai in vvuuucuuo 01 me uovernment and wu do ing excellent service abroad. But we bare never tern tha annnaatlnn t.b.. v.. .a. , , .. . VT " uava, or apoio- f a 1 0 hU malKners. Shortly af- :y"" ,u" quwiion 01 tne power of (be Pres ident to suspend the writ of habeas corona rama t, n fnm A... t . . . . r . - -u .r u,.H5BioD. 11 was a lair question ror reasonable men, and although it bad never before had but ono side, it was suddenly dis covered tbat the Dan wboadrocated that side, which was tbe old view of Blackttone and Marshall, and Parsons, and auch men, was traitor. . ,.a, A fear Have artarajt .1. . - j -""" uo mmj was going en to Richmond. Some men bad read the papers and believed In the strength of the enemy Such per. one warned tbe country tbat Manatsaa WAS a strontr noint. But ana- m. ..ia .1... tbe rebellion had strength of any sort or tbat .u 1.-UUIU oj any possibility nave any mOOeV. ClOthlnc nrnvlalnna a-annM a. ... .- . . n r - vwuuvu W 1UOU, - HI render inem formldahl nninaani. . . ji.. couraging secessionist and traitor, and ought to M nuut up ur BH-ODg Dp, A week later the wolna hnalat neighbors who bad urged tbe battle, and the uic.uiug 01 wo worn traitor bad suddenly ex perienced a change. The men who were In faVOr Of battle Whan thai Miam a. ...a. and we were not, were now traitors. It was as- erwu inns mey naa plunged as Into defeat, with evil hearts. A few weeks later the Presi dent of the United Stales modified Fremont's proclamation, anj out In Chicago, and down In Boston, and along Nassau street In New York, the President waa nallaul a ,: a t - - ..... b,m , .a .i.iiv later the people began to demand tbat abolition "'" " sou. hi run laaiayeite as traitors. Three weeks ago a strong Republican paper an nounced tbat tbe editora of the Independent were considered traitors! A Boston clique pronounced the Secretary of State a traitor. a a. r n..t- ,1 t , n - " "ui utoeiiog oaargea toe uecretary of War With bfilnff a traltne. n.n...l . dozen times called traitor in the early part of At. MKltaaA K rtt II . a.'. uo wuuiuw. mcuieuan, some itupia r&ue ao easer deelairevl. had AAiw.ft an mm v. F imwirwi aaaa VAAVM HVU U7 Southern Confederacy of a com m lesion which ud wuuiu DiTv Kcuepiea, 11 not forestalled Dy a Northern commiaaion. Of course McClollan Wil k traitflP. FrASimnnk. mmm tl Anaawl m taaaKaal - - .waa-, nemw ejawvvaSVU VI A VVOI sympathies instantly after his removal by the arceiucui, auu at ior ratierson, Mouoweii, Stone, Sherman, and even poor Halleck, who haS Succeeded to FrAmnnl'a vanint thmna. than - . .u VU V, are one by one consigned to Infamy by more or less accusers. . The story Is pitiable. It Is a disgrace to onr national cbaraoter. We are so accustomed to the words here, that we pay little attention to them. But when we take up Eugliih newa- nartAra. and find inla Ri 111 r.n... .r a m ean denunciation copied In all soberness and oucuiaiea 10 tnat oountry as illustrating tbe na ture of our war, and tbe Impossibility of de- Dtndinff on anv on. hlfrh nt lna ar a nannnft Knt regret the recklessness with which the accuaa At - I I 1 . uuui nave neeu niaue. These wholesale denunciations of parties have damaged the Union cause materially. The temntation to stva ivllnna namaa tn nnlitt. cal opponents is very great, but the course re- iu cuuvcjiug very iaite iotas to tne ene my. No one can fail to mark the ex illation with which tbe North receives the smallest In stance of division of sentiment at the tfoutb.. Wi nrint and rpn.In anil nnmman ... trifling quarrel between rebel leaders. Judtt- 1... k. KI. - 1. 1 . 1 . - D. ui vj ,uia nut, uuw Auuca aia ana oomrort must the South receive from Northern papers which flirenlatA tha IntAlliffAnnn that ,k. k... dreds of thousands of Democratic votes of the ix or in, wno nave tbla rail voted invariant Statea. ara flpfinaainniata avnrl taattnaat Tk. .a. surdity of tbe statement is a sufficient denial k - U .. . 1. CI J , . . . ucr, uui iu aaurope, nna in me enemy's cities. iv is uuuea aa truio. w e nave a remarkable illnttration at hand In tarn email ani4 n.in.i ant elections which have taken place In the principal cities 01 Connecticut, it has been widely circulated, on Hartford authority, that In that cltv. ''the loan a eraa mada ananl. ,k. question of loyalty or disloyalty," and "the so bcooiuu aBiuuuraui were completely routed. As the Democrats polled eighteen hundred votes, and were beaten by only five 'hundred, m le aiaiemeui wouia imply mat Hartford is in a bad way, with about half of its voting popu lation secessionists and disloyal. In New Ha ven, the same foolish and blind course is pursu ed by the defeated party, who, having been out voted by tbe Democrats, declare the issue to bave been "patriotism and secession," and that secession has triumphed! Not only Is New Haven disgraced by tbe statement, but tbe sto ry will be circulated throughout the South, pre cisely as we would circulate such news eoming from Charleston, aod originating in a Charles ton newspaper. It is lime, it was time long ago, to end this orimlnal campaign of bad language. The North is united in a desire to preserve the Un ion. If we differ about ways and means, let HI dlfliiw 1 i Ira hnnaat man anrl trnnA .Iltw... ... w ...V. ...V MWMWa .UW VWI like a nation of pickpockets. N. Y. Journal of vvrnmerce. . , The Famine in Ireland. [From the Dublin Freeman, Nov. 14.] ONE HALF THE POTATO CROP DESTROYED. Tbe potato crop It now dug out, and the re sult had been anticipated. More than one half is gone, and whether the remainder will stand In close pits, excluding the slightest approach of air, remains to ne seen. - in toe provincial pa pers we find that tome localities had been visit ed leu severely than others, and our oountry friends draw general conolutioas about "things being much better than they had been repre sented," We wish we could join in the encour agement and hold out a bope of improvement But we cannot. The staple food of the eountr has been already reduced one-half, ia estimate in wbicn larmers, boards or guardians and land ed proprietors oonour, while 10 some dlstriott it would not be extravagant to. assert that, so far from a portion of tbe crop being available for food, tbe people will not have sufficient for seed. - It is useless to disguise the fact, and the Government should take instant ateps, in concert with proprietors, to give employment during tun cuuuiug jvar. .. .1 . i. THE FAMINE AGAIN IN SKIBBEREEN. Dublin (Nov. 10) correipondenst of tht London Herald. I rettret to boar that there is creat dlstraet la Sklbbeteen. . A torrespondent of one of the journals writes:. . ,..:. 1 " i nore is a gooa aeai 01 misery pending tbe laboring classes this winter, and larmers will greatly sutler irom aenoiency la their crops If a fair amount of employment could be oh. talced for the laboring-. classes it would ba a great, if not an effectual meana ot ktejlng tbe analchnnaA Amntv. Tha .fliaii.M .1 .k. Sl...ii and Skibbereen Unions bave zoade an applica tion to tbe Government for a loan ef 70,000, for tus purpose 01 commencing the West Cork K-auway. - ',,. I ALARMING DECREASE IN THE FARM PRODUCE AND LIVE STOCK OF THE ISLAND—THE FACT OFFICIALLY ACKNOWLEDGED BY ENGLAND. ' Mr. Donnoliey, the Register General ef Ire land, lately Issued one of bis abstracts, anticl patory of his complete report, npon the ajricul. tore of tbe country. From it we find that there la a d tore ate of 38,878 acres under potatoes, a decrease of 9,179 acres. int mangel and beet root, and a decrease of nearly the sane amount in vetches and nape. There art 15,285 more gaV:iirgJI!n Dtcrettt la 'ii"::y".7. ? : Total.. Incrtitt la At...I!y..Ur..I...'!i"l"''"!!;?,i Total decree, of land Bade, erop, t 1SS1.... sTtTt of " aiao a targe aeoreaso la tha nnmhar liveatock In U.r.A .kiTTT" D with I860 . ..a" was bT. V.r' .7 6,993; ii''SSZ of 1,839 lo tbe number ol sheep. Thae spon the average of the rates aasuaed by the oeiiMS .IT Tw y t,ioi,d than we had la 1880. Tbla IamAnta.hU t.liu. .ar i n . 7 ?T" ,,!K,.. . . a " an urw Biuoa, is at it. .1? fcKwsslF bad barvsttt. How great baa been the loss la prodacUoe -tyB4J estimated he a. alnnl. l I. .am . , ' -"-ft"- aawiai, ah MM VISU Li' ? mnati.... k H"-lHy raMoo. TBIS muat nave been a vviAwnn. ia. .l. . . tars, who endeavor to make oat the rent bt - mm, v. ulna xBoiaaoiaoiy taeta la ex ainad bv tAadalihat. .i. '.-Z-7.. , Enol'anll'r fSfa . ky , 7' u auagea, 10 ctlne tne populaUon to a healthy standard Ki. ufrtU. , iv ia w, ;. ... , UillDMiM STORE JUST RECEIVED BT WL1 A. GILL, No. 30 North ZZigh Otrcet, One et tits largest ana Best elected Assart . . : - Of BVBB OFFBBID IN THIS OITTI Uoase Baiiders1 Furnishings OF tVBBI STTLB AND QUALITF. French American W-l30.ca.OW GrlCUOS ( AVI NTS) OBOUNJD IM OFX, tod pat ap la hairpouodeana for family nee, aod Cry .- Faint, tn tmlx. rushea of every variety & quality. A Splendid Assortment of MACHINISTS TOOLS. OAKRIAGE MATERIADS. AXES GRINDSTONES, Sac. GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ac FISHING TACKLE. ROPE A cordage; LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. BELTINGr. WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SCYTHE8, eko., SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS Tablo and Pocket Cutlery. eapedally latVlte tot attention at all meenatMl an (took of Pocket tnd Table Oatlary, aad SILVER PLATES FORKS, Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons, Butter Kjiives, &c. tt KOaiBBa A BBO'S. afanarah, i, tztnlMcvy, Blectre-Plated , eo gaaalnt Atbatta. ' , voBBoy aurcsanie, Benrauiict, and other., are tawtied 't oall and txamlnt mr Stock, aa I am Bnumnat anaati holeeaieandBetAll. . Witt. A. O ILL Colambat, Ohio, Kay 8, 1860 EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS BAIN & SON, H0. S9 I0UTH HIQH - STRICT, ARK NOW OF MERINO 1,000 yard. Inner PUla Blank Bllkt at A OO-valu 1 per yard. - t.500 yards Trawling Draae aad Maotlt Ootdt SB eentt valee 10 ttntt per yard. . :, 3,000 yard WUn BrUIIaatti at It 1-i aeatt valat CO oeote per jard. ,000 yard, flat tad DoeaaaUo fllnghami grtatly an wvatnt... s .. , . ILAKOE AND DESIRABLE Of" LOTS K0ZAXBIQTJII. tULZOlUafXS, challm, iwirtASD nin, - BfaMH BmOEi, UTIXtAI, ' LA WVI, CAUC0M,. rOFLDTB, AND ALL OTHER New and Faablonablo Dnm GKkkI In tbt moet deelrablt ttyltt aad at very lornrt prteea- MANTIIiltAO f Of til maUrlaia, made la tat meet ttyladi manner tlm tht hvtait Parlt Faehlou ina aatat tltgaat ttyltt tbt dry. .... HA IN at BUfl, may M aj i. Re. S SaU High ttrttt. . OOHsUAXXltTO . Machine Hint actnrio g Coapmj , r anora7rw vw . .. . . , , STEAM ENGINES & BOILfeKS, CMtlnga, giU-AHarlng', atAeklAVtry. ' -M".C-1 r?J! '- "" ' ","?s-:-o:'ll MM J . .. ..... .,4A4, nvllror,a. ,",VOarlK. v ' or B- BBtCliniOrJ. .,' OHAB. AM BOS, a'. f A At BOS, Traaa e. a c Red, White and Bice DKIaAINKs," "-, OALlOOBVa -ui,.,i , , aalBBOBJIi." !. r.-i l -T. Ii" ',.,. i-: . jllLataH netJK. 1 1CS jvfiv.'j - t,i.i f n ri-.sHt fJuatoptnadar .i ,b ri' ,''- ",''"'. jt'itit UrUf-K - ;. BAIN BOS, ,. .aprt alT., . .Rt,-ttBmtkHtt1rttA B UCKSTBAIV ROIKlCir !V rt fca. tfltat aUutaat, la great rartety a - bairt't. o. tw. High etrtte