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COLUMBUS. OHIO. THURSDAY -EENIK6."MARCH' 28. 186L;
SIX D0LLA2L8 PIS TliH
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D AfL TI; WEEKLY AKD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER.
PTBIISI El 1HB tEOJEllTOKt
;' CTOSlee Hoi. 86, 88 n4 40, Korth Blg it.
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y ino C&rrir, per weak, Ufi- ' '
nivrJr!f -.1 d . -i . .v.. 00 pt ytmr,
Weekly . . jw 1 00
,.i niqnu I ym,..$S0 00
Out lqur I WMks. .$1 00
0d . . " WeU.. a 00
, One ! Vmoi.tbs W 0
' 3uo ' " , (1 month! 15 00
3nB , 3nnnth( 10 00
Dne . I ttmtnthi 8 0
0nt - ' . , I Bujpth. . I 00
One " . 1 wek.., 1 73
On " Sdiyt... 1 00
Ont " " tdayi... 79
On v " 1 iuMrtloa ' SO
Diiplyed ulwrtliiRWat balf nora than tb eboTt
' ratss. . . ..
AiWeitlemcnl leaded and placed In the column of
Special Notice,' fftmoi tlu ordinary rau.
All uutica reqairec t t published by law, lerxalnla.
i. ., u iplsra on uio inaine cxolaMvely alter the ont mk
. M ceu;, mora thin the abov raui; but all (oca wll
'ahne&r In the Trl.WepklvwIthontflhanrfl.
BndneiaCarde, not exceeding At line, per year, b
it no j'Jbii per line; oatnatfv, - " i
i Ndticeof moetlog(,chriUbleoclUe,flroninl,
tc, haft prl-. . -
All transput cuHtrUumtni mvrt It paid fir in
a liane 't rule will not b varied frD. 'yl ' '
r Weekly, mow prloeaitne Dally, wber th adTrtli
let tbe Weekly alone. Wher b Pally and Watkly
are both ued, then the charge In Id Weekly will b
a ill the rate of the Dally
i . tta advartlieruant taken ekeept for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
BA0EE BRASS WORKS,
Corner MprlBR- Water Sta.f
Oolxxj33.l3-uua.Ol3.lo
W. ; B.7 POTTS & CO.,
TSLjOl. oxzznists, 1
fntl Blaaatoctareri of Brut and Oonpotttion OutlogS,
Electro PlatinTnd .Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING.
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: t.: F. A. B. 8IMKIN8, - ;
-aCJLttoxixoy ect Iiaw
AND NOTARY-PUBLIC. ' ;
Office Aoibo itnllillng, opposite Capitol Square.
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OOI.UMBUO ;
M a eh i ne Mannfitcturing Company
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STEAM. ENGINES & BOILERS,
Caitingi, MiU Oeaj-liig;, XuhUtry.
.CJv'n- L.0
Railroad
Worlt
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- COLCIVBTJS,
OHIO.
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of
Winter Arrangement.
Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
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for Clncinnatl.'Dayton ft indianapolii!
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Through to IndianaDolig without Change of Cut
" and bat Ooe Change of Can between
, i Columbus end St. Louis. t ,- ,
THREE TRAINS d"aILY FROM COLUM-
.(i,,,.Bus. ., , ,.. .
t FIRST TRAIN.' , ;
(Dally, Monday excepted.) ' ' ,
MIOBT BXIKK8B,a Dayton, at : a. matop
plng at London, Xenla, Daytcn, Hlddletowa and Ilamll
too. arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m. (Dayton at 5; 45
a.m., Indianopoll t 10:13 a. m.i tt. Loulat
P '"' SECOND TRAIN. "u;
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. a.,topplng at all Bt
tloni between Colnmbn and Clnouinatt and Dayton, ai
rlilng at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Dayton at V: If a. a,,
Imfianopolb af 8;2rl p. in.
.-r'-i THIRD TRAIN. . ... ., ,
DaV IIPBE98.t :30d. av. itopplng at Alton.
Jefferaon, London, Cbarleiton, Oedarrill, XenlaJ
Spring vanevi a;orwin.' morrow., veern.ra, roeiere.
Loreland, Mllirordnnd Plaiafille, arrlrlog aWCInrin
natl at 7:!0 p. m. Bt. Louie at 12 ) Dayton at 8'M p.
m.l IndiaoopolUat 10:3ap. m. u '
Sleeping- Car on all Night Tralna t
. JlnclnnHtl and lndiauapellaa
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for further Information ad Through Ticket apply to
W;i.--"T . M. L. D0UBRTY, .
.Itkkal Agent, Union Depot. Oolnmbu. Ohio.
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JNO. W. DOHBBTI
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' Agent, Cotumbtuv;
SOMETHING1 NEW;
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HQW ARD .AjOO'Si
" AMERICAN IWATCHES. ":
CALL AT HO. 83, 90TJTH HlOn ST.
and axamln. our aev mak of. . . .
. AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactarcd by X. DOWARD Jk CO , Boiton. Mu.
To Watcbee ar far aprlor to anything erer offered
to th pubilo, beretofor. Ilarleg to ulaalT agency,
loan ell inem at price to lutt th time. -I. bar Jwt
rolTdalarpatockof - ! -'
AMERICAN.WA'TCHESj 'j
nanafactarad by 'APrLETOK.TRACy.' CO : lto,a
nuanortmentof "l - , If. I f i MM I I j,.
GNOLI8H ARB SWISS WATCHES)
21 r la Hold and BUtM Oaw, at Paulo prloe, l !
Jan83f;. J.JAyAQl. r
Just RcMlvedV. o -inn
nr. cii-gkeeh an black
1UU Tass lOOhage prim Bio Ooaoa.
150 poakeUold Dutoh OoTernment Jara Coffo.
1 B baga Ceylon CoffM. "
BOObMai uuri.rd Whit Boian, soBttarlti of Pew-
re4,0hr.hed,ranolated AandBCoffe.
1 60 qinala Gaorwe Bank Codfljo. . -! f"'
igUbkl. Hmo and Not l Maekoral."'":' V'H
i, to. Ptee BrlBo. i ,,..11,,, ,.i,m: -,i rvil -lOUbx.
Lager Butn.i U . t.u (J ... v ,un :.
lAOaf. bo ido. 'Ili I n, w i-jiu t ,r'
inOe.r;b - ' :i .' 1-jsci i-i?.-,: iMKr .
0O M Olgara, duTorul brand and graeX. 'i '
ari'i ......: " Wk. koDOKALD.'1
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' And" Elanl-Iaok KuufiantatBi1,','.:.
' kobtb moTrenr, colckIjdjj, omo
j. f-AiriiLV-rixnJHc v v,v,
yUITBIuAViUANBB- .; -,
"SNOWFLAKH."
Irom ' Bafnett nil," SprlngfleM, 0s. J-th bwat brand of
Jlour broaght to oar market. Battiraetim .
for aal. only at - - Wat. HoDON ALI', -aorVT.
-- -,108 ioatb High
A M AAHDHIt KID CLOVE.).
iVAil Haw and colon Jmt opened at BAtWR, .
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No. B Boeth High itmit,
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2$6."&'CMnrvime.J Slock.
A BE NOW REOITIMOTHEIB WIW
V: IB H GOODS, and InTlt U public I kp.t
then. No Net Mock of Oood b. vr beo brought to
thi market. Til Booth, In oonaequcnot of th fatlura
of tb grain crop, ha not bean able to parch th na
sal quantity of flcb good and thi faaikathrwd th
Importer to nil them at publle auollon. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being la New York at th Urg a!, took
adrantap of them, and w can and will tail oar good
nn, at leu tnan any on woo parcnaaea two weeiiaino,
paid for them la New York. - Our (took I oavpl In
wy department of ,t,- , a (,, v
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILK9," ' " "
' OTTOMAN VELOURS, , 1
BROCHE VAIENCIA8,-" '
' ' PRINTED MERINOS, i 1 ,:
' ' : PRINTED C0BURG8.
' ' DYED COBUQS
BLACK ALPACAS, , ; V ! V"1 j
- ORLEANS, ' ' 1 ' "' J
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS;
. . i . . Y mnnt nc . ruoo
A1U TTUUJU ULUlinCiO, '
,.'"' , POPLINS; PRIN'rS,
'' ' ' ',' 'DELAINES.
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Rye Thausand DoUars Worth
.. Bought in One Day, -
At V kail the Catt of Impaitatlom
LADIES' FURS,
la all Varlttlee. of tba celebrated
Blannfatore l C. O. dan , .
there 4c Sen. , it)
HOSIERY DEPAKTMENT,
Men', Ladle and Children' 0Ddr Bhlrt and Drawer;
Ladle. Mi and Children' Bolry of ill kind. In
Wool and Uab'i Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton 0 lore
erery make. , .
ALSO' -
complete uMttmeot of all tbe nswl rie-
ties of , . , '
LADIES'. CL0TII9,
CASSIMERE8,
; OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
, 4 ; RIBBONS, i - t
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent'. Linen Cambric Hand-
. , . kerchlefj, 4o &c, i u ,
T. eerton who call on , w Dledir ear word to
hoe tbm th largeet, beat and eheapt itoek of Sooaa
rar aera la tkl markt, or pay lbmD dollar per
boor while looking. . , , . -,
deci-aijxtawitw. BTona u uaitu.
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO.
ft 25 PASS PLACE,
20 ft 22 MUSH AY 8TKEET,
; IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Foreign and Domestic
DRY GOODS
FOR CASH OR APPROVED CREDIT.
SPBXNG, 1861. .
We are oponlog, at onrampl wareroom', at th abora
annbtn, (took of Oood In ach f th lx departmesta
our buln, leperlor to aayaing w bar hare to (or
uuina w iDttraa. . i . . -t
' CLOTH DEPARTMENT.
Thi ha irowa to It vreant augnltodo andr th
thorourh nwnant of a buyer of long xpTtnoi and
acknowledged good tail. W keep xtalT llae of
tuouwtaad aaototit . . . , , , ,
FANCY VESTIKCS,
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AND
FANCY oassimeres
b found la th market, all leld . with th nlet
dlKrlmloation. Alas, all grade, color and Tarktue or;
BROADCLOTHS, ;
.SATINETS, "'',''.. , . , :
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LADIES CL0AINNG3, -
.' 1 TWEEDS,
FARiriBS'andllXROHANTS'OASSIUBRBS,
KBNTTJCKY JIAN8, fiorn 9X to ecsU per yard
TWIEDn, 13), to U nnta por yard-Ut yar told at
t PBIMTfD 8ATINIT8, at 11 cental . , . .
And tthtf Qttdt eorrttptndiHfl lAw. :
1 DeESStGoODS I)E?AETMENT. '
Uanhter V Lain,
BuilltoB do.
Paciflo do. ,
Prln'ed Lawn,
Printed Brlllmnlea, -Vano.
dlnahaia. ' v
Vancy illka. '
Pittted Cha'll, i i
MaaclMeUr Qlnghama,
Qlaagow do.
Clinton do. , '
Ottoman Cloth. '
Alpaow, ...
JopUnaK , . - o
Boabulae, . ,'.
BUtkBllka,
v.1
Aaf A$ Nt Stleel StfU
FANCY SPRING GOODS.
Merrlmac Print,' , . Elchmcnd'i Prlntf, 1
Oocboeo. do. . American ' do.
Pol(lo -do. Inu'w DunneUI do. ' ,
Bpnccww do. I . . '1 Bnglau .u do.
lanctr,,ac,Priata,Ao. .., ,.
, PQMESTIO CXXTTONB. '
tawreac C. Bheetlni, J '" Atlanlk) A. BttMlIng,
filark 1 1 ' ' '"do. r Amotkctf " do.
Luorop .j: do.. ' i :' Appleton . . do, '
Bhawmut.j t, do., , , , IerU . . , . do. ,
Pooaawt,; ( , ,.ao.,'. ,,- t Ctica,co., ,
'.. i'-l All OrUtt mui Wldtkt.
blbaohbd' BinSTnias ' i
' Iitd BHirmas.
Wanntta. 1 ' .' Dwlsht. ' ' ' twrnea.
Loo.d.1, ol .' Hi flraatralli,- hnmkeaf,
mil,
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b.'i j..:U. Waltham,. ,T' j ' Boott,
i KewTorkMllU,ta. J '' '. "
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SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS, '
JUBOB AMD I1XCCT AStOlTMBNT
COTTftWApI-a'gttariegr. , ',. t,' .t
nmoKB do. . 1
TIOKlNGrV-!! th Uadlng brandl. ' " ' "
1MB. tlt-i 0.--' M.i '! 'tt.n
8HIRTIN9 iraiPIS-all th leading brand, L. .
MANKMNB ..i do. , do., -.. , . , . ;
ooH"BTaBAa1,'',u do. ;! do.1" '
MOHBBne) i " u-dihU.e.'.de, s.i'..
BAMABKB)-l'AlBa CAMBRICS, COLORBD CAM.
jiAitiD, etc, ao. i !
LiRtfjp AND COMPLETE STOCKS OF
VHITlfiOODS, ,h .-.il .7 I c ' .
i U n. HOSIERY, 'i ! . ii (..
. YAHEXS XOTIOKsV b:
Geatleiaettfa Farnlshibg. Goods,'
u .UMBRELLAS AND fARASOLS, V.
OABPBTS AND OILCLOTHS;
Anif'a graat 'variety of Coodi e'ot onnmeraiedail of
wbienw pieog. our ire to en at in tow waormi
U th large portion at (rem lot N parent, let
ltjr .-.o, i tit -! tt:;.
LATHROP, LUDINGTON & CO!,
lad 9!f Irish , lineal Goods.'.
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T7ARBATED FABRIC . J si ;-( i'-T-Unen
Bhlrt Bceom..- Plata and faaetn f i T
BhlrtlDgand Boton, Llaon. , , Ll -
t-iv.uH 'luer "iii and Pillow OmIdci.
Linen OamhrWM anil lM. '
!'" '' Lla.. P.hr,aW, .1114.''
, r lli-U ' .f'Umi I'BaimaadDaponto
Allien Napkin, end D'0UT i . , i,
. linen Tabl Obthnd (i .tin DmAev -I t'' .,
. ,-.... binn, Toweie wnnoiorrj border. r u
Ii!i W 1 LUa Btat.OorlnMaj m-fy n
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And orcry description of
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Iqaal to any BstabUahment in th But, tad upon
term which will compar fivoratly with th
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from which wo produce the
JPlxiost UlAtiiis. , Work.
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-Oenty" Linen Shirt ' Collars,M,;
Or strPERioR quAlitt, in c;
BOTB, Stand Ibf, Byrea, Peril nay, B.nfniw and
UwrBV . ' BBmed PwaM HamUnrnhM Hack
Ttoa. Stooke. Bnraet aad Bwaalo. etoM. BaU Boa at
OTwry kind, Under Garment, and all kind af Cent' far
Bbhlcg Ooodeaa gnat Tartaly Vad at moderaU price. '
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BrWa i'H i.;1i - i-j L.i ' H. 0 BowtA Blgb iliwW '
irALli,!); A'TUHKAII LACK MIT'S S
IU of oiMMoaaooitNe for hMj aiw, UbM' Mitts
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[From Boston Courier.]
MR STEPHEN A DOUGLAS.
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' ''Tbe proof oV the pudding U ib 'the Baling1
meteor. tot toe past mree or iaur uajs, tue
Republican iotirnal of New Enlaud hare been
Terj JubilaLt oror the ImmeDse viototy, won In
debate, over the Senator whote name heads
this article, and tbe just end appropriate rebuke
administered to.blm by tbe combined talent ot
Maine, Now Hampshire, and Mdssaobusetts, for
preeumiog to Inquire, la tbe regular way, lor
more explicit information in regarj to the plans
ot lae gorernmeot, tnan toe inaugural contains.
We were very much inclined to ibluk, upju tbe
lelegraphlo erideoce , alone, that Mr. Douglas
baa not been ver, eenoueiy lujurea; out nenug
been earl, Impressed with the wisdom of an old
saw, to be found in tbe'collection of "that sweet
singer of tbe Temple," George Hetbert, that
,ou should "stay till be lame meescuger come,
If you would know the, truth of tbe thiug,' we
concluded to wait for the full report lo tbe Qlobt,
before considering Mr. Douglas defunct. . We
hare the report; let ns consider tbe same Before
plunging Into this frath meaty" debate, let us
lay down a projoeiti6npb40, lor general guid
ance. It may be taken as ordinarily certain that
one has not been severely cast in any attempt, if
tbe end for wblcn be ventured baa been aitaip.
ea, even at tbe expense ot torn clotbes and
scratched skin. It may not be amiss, therefore,
to look a little at tbe object which ftlr.Uouelas
proposed to himself ttfeffect, by his resolution,
and tbe debate thereupon. Mr. -Lincoln bad jest
aeuvered himself ot a speecb, tbat, properly or
improperly, was construed by the country in di
rectly opposite ways, by different minds, in all
section, and Ibis at a lime ben directness was
Of untold importance to tbe country. , Mr. Doug
las, to an able exposition or tbls speecb, casting,
generously and patriotically, on one side, as be
bad before, and upon tbe third of January, all
party reeling and party measures, gave its voice
largely for peace. Well knowing tbat in one sec
tlou of the country bis authority would be call
ed in question, be availed himself of the only
means witbin bis reach or getting an antborita
tire declaration from tbe uovernment, as to tbe
fairness of bis Interpretation. This was one
purpose, and a great and noble purpose it was.
But be bad another, and equally beneficial pur
pose, to the country, wbicb seems either to have
been purposely overlooked, or studiously con
cealed by tbe journals wbiob bare commented
upon tbis encounter, itwastbis: In tbe ben
ate of the United States, as is well known,
the noisy, talkative portion of too Republican
side is made np of regular coercionlsts of the
most malignant character. John P. Hale, the
funny man, said early In the last session "My
voice is still for. war," and has ventured upon
small sallies, of like description, since the
fourth of March even., Mr. fcesBenden "burns
to make a war speech," but seems to have con.
tented himself with brief endeavors. Col.
Wade, of Ohio, made bis mark in that direc
tion, during tbe month of December. - Biig.
Gen. Wilson, on the 21st of February, after
hearing Mr. Seward,, and therefore wilfully
committing a blander, rid himself of his common-place
book collection of coercive thoughts;
and Mr. Sumner, seeming to forget the great
troths of tbe celebrated Peace oration, barked
at all times, threatening to bite, till Mr. Crit
tenden silenced him. The really worthy mem
bers of the Senate, upon the Republican side,
Meters. Simmons, Anthony, Dixon and tbe like.
rarely intrude .themselves upon tbe Senate, or
the country indeed, all too rarely for the good
of the country. . .
It wss early evident tbat these war men, who
(had so pen latently opposed Mr, Seward, down
to th. hut daw of aha .Maion. had riatArmfn.il
to loduos the country to believe that they 'rep
resented tbe idoaa of the government of Mr. Lin
coln. They managed to place themselves at
tbe bead of tbe important committees, and talk
ed as freely as though tbey understood what was
going on. This could not impose upon those
wbo remembered tbeir late attitude towards Mr.
Seward, now so plainly at tbe bead of affairs;
but as very few persons take tbe trouble to re
member anything, it might do great mischief,
by giving tbe belief that, as these prominent
Kepublioans were lor tbe use or force, tbe gov
ernmool was for force To espose just thi pre
clone pretence, and to show tbat these persons
really bad sot tbe slightest bold upon thj oonfi
deooeof the Administration, and could In no. way
speak for it, was tbe secondary purpose of Mr.
Douglas; and tbat this wss seen by tbem, and
felt by them, U only too evident, from the tern
per of the attack upon blm. - Mr. W ileon opens
pettishly, and olo.ee sneeriagly- with the state
ment tbat tbe government when It speaks will
find a confidential mouthpiece . Will Mr.
Seward select ,ou, who opposed his greatapolicy
as late a February 91st, Mr. Wilson, in pref
erence to Mr.' Douglas, wbo on January 3d
and even slnoe bae been with htm, on tbe side
Of peace i We think not.1 So foes have been
obliged to confess that yoa' know nothing of
the plans of your party. Good. The fracas be
tween Mr. yjugias an nr. t eesendtn hi berei
Xfoi ao ettptlon: to th pernlant, Irritable, Irrt
tatlng poraonel atlaea th Senator from Slain may
mako. I bar been aocaatomed to tbat for a long
Urn. i
It mav b nroMr to ay that Mr. Donate sail, la
foMtton th accaraey of thi report, and proteat, agalnat
it publication IB mi Map u ear hl remark in:
"1 ik no xeptloa to UMtp.talant .nd Irritating per
sonal aitaok, oonaiderin wheoc they earn. "J
SN rwnoD rrnaiBiaiaoio me senator aeyT ,
Mr. Do.glae I did not call any state at all.
af Vwaaandan Yon aatd th. Mnonal attanlr. of th.
Senator from Halo.
Tb via Pmldeot senator will addret th Chair.
Mr. DouiU No, alrl I aeld Irritating peraonal re
marks, from ws.MTor they earn. 1 id nothing about
Mam. .The Senator fro Mains (. tntlrely mlit
ken. I waa not thinking of mm. ,1 aSA aur I Aid pot
Oi tb word. . i
' Mr reend(n The Brciitor U iotlrcly mUtaken. Tie
Slid dM senator from Mala. J '
Mr, Doogla No "from wseaoe they cam. "d -:
Mr fendo Th Senator la mlataken. , .
Mr. Ponglac-Th lda that th senator from Main
t)l m lam. Utaien .--
Mr. rnodn w all ao undentood yoa.
Mr. Sausla Tm, I know; but yoa aat understand
the truth when tt i told to yoa. Sir, If thi l any on
parluntry law and law of coorteay mot olear than any
other, It la that, wha a Senator ntur. a remark, aad la
aliunde,. rood, and correct thmltandrtndhig,yry
gatlman accept u correction, nan ainaacpuea
totkairai. , ,,,.'! , .: ; ;ivu":a t
Mr. Donelas certainly seems in the risbt beta
If ha. had said, bv slip, "the Senator from
Maine," tbe Senator from Maine should have
taken the anwr to his questlocu.Bod bis refusal
to do so looks like desiring a obanee to mix
early. In tbe discussion, as it by previous eon
cert, end it is utile to do wonaerea sr mas nis
DMsietcnos wss taken ouensively by Mr. Dong'
las. The lulee of ordinar inter oouree and oorn-
mon courtesy were with Mri Douglas, end tbe
Ignorencegpf Mr, Fessenden as ta bit leader's
plans U eiooeedV But Mr. Hole Is behind, and
must lr blmself, for what reason as cannot
imoslnei no man could nave suppossd Ana the
dsDosltAflr of secrets, o . He ; hadv bteot read'
log Samnel, and oould not eoooeal tt. Had be
..undtid his resdins? into Proverbs, he would
have fonnd there hie ssfsgusrd ; against any t-
tsek front nr. uougiss, la we wisdom ot ooio
mon, a son of David,, of higher respectability
than Absalom:- I . ) n - .T.-i . v.i
"Though ihoa ahoaldat bray a tool in a mortar among
wheat with a pmthr, t wilt not'kl tolibjrs depart
from aim- . i i . ..
Mr. Hale Isalways isfb from B "bruising.
Heisupon, Mr. Douglas in a few words closes!
th muter of the field, having exposed three ol
the war Senators in their position towards the
Administration.. r We - " . ( Bod ir.
Clark of N. H. end Mr. Hale again owning to
lgnorsnoe,of the .intentions of Mr. JLincoln
i5. nnt th'a aeaond nnrpose of Mr Doanlas been
answered t 'It decidedly looke so; sad he de 1
serves tbe thanks of the eoontry and of the Ad :
ninl.tratlon for so nnmosklug these bolltielanei
His first patriQiio purpose is bisv tnsererea, tor
we find in the debate of the lttthi the Judicious
Mr Simmons, who may salely be bupposed to
speak for Mr. Sewird, speaking as follows i
nr.. Blnmon Said thS country Vonld settle tt trJ elit'
u..h. i. anii. tt mturn olltlolaa. B. had a Mo
that the AoialalsttattoB, mUerlate4 aa mrsatoa efl
1
m
Bute right, any mora than, be did. H blired the
Preildentbad a kind and paciM Intention toward
(not state a any rridnt weaver naa."
Is this dtfeat or victory I . "Harrs for Doug
' ,
No More Territories to be Organized.
There remains now not one foot of UDoreao
lied territory In the republic Tbe orsanization
during the last session of Congress of the three
new territories, to witt Colorado, XN evade and
Uacotab, bas wiped out all tbe unorganised ter
tltory. , These overspread ' the entire realm -
1 ne wnoie number or Territories in tbe United
states is seven. Herewith we give an extract
showing the end boundaries, so.,of tbe newly
oreated Territories: - ,
Tbe first of these Territories, Colorado, In
cludes parts ol Kansas, Nebraska and Eastern
utao. its Douudarics run as follows: Beeln
ning at tbe puint wbere the 102d degree oi west
loneituds from Greenwich crosses tbe ibirtv-
eevenib parallel of . north latitude, thence north
along the said I02J parallel to where it inter
sects the 47 in degree of north latitude, and
Iheoce west along said line to the 100th deeree
of west longitude, thence south along said line
to the 37th degree of north latitude, thence east
alone tbe Jih degree of north latitude to the
place of beginning, r ' ' .
ibe lerntory contains about 1UU.O0O square
mnes, ana at mis time a DODUlation of om
25,000 persona The Rocky mountains divide
tbe Territory into two pens, westward from
tbem lowing a large number of rivers, tributa
ry to tbe Colorado, and eastward others, eauallt
numerous and large, tributary to tbe Arkansas
ana soutu fork riatte rivers. Il iooludes the
famous mining region. Pike's Peak, rich in aolrl
and other metal, cut off by deserts from the
more fertile Western States, but destined to be
the home of advancing civilisation, and to civ
up its treasures at the summons of enlightened
Hill. , . , . , . . ,.
Nevada is taken from W.aham T7t.li .nil
California. Its boundaries are as follows: Be
ginning at the point of Intersection of the 42,1
degree of north latitude with the 30th degree
of longitude west Irom Wasblneton: thanca
running sonth on the line of the 116th degree
Of west longitude until it intersect the northern
boundsry of tbe Territory of New Mexico;
thence due west to tbe dividing ridge separating
the waters of Cafon Valley from those that
flow into the Pacific; thence oa tbis dividing
ridge northwardly to the 4 1st degree of north
latitudes tbeiiOB due north to the annth.rn
boundary line of the State of Oregon; thenoe
due east to the place ot beginning,, That por
tion of tbe Territory witbia the present limits
of tbe State ef Calilornia is not to be included
within Nevada until the State of California shall
assent to the same by en act irrevocable with
out the consent of tbe United States.
Ibe Territory includes tbe lovely Corson
Valley, the memory of whose beauty lingers
with the traveler in bis iournev throuch arid
plains and over rugged mountains, and whose
wondrous fertility, even under the rndest cul
tivation, shows what may be expected there
waen , intelligent .inaustry nas Ires ' conrse.
Great mineral wealth, especially of silver, in
which il is richer than any other Bart of the
world, 'and ultimate oapacity for the raising of
agricultural products, will combine at an earl
day to transform this region into a rich and
populous State. . ,.. i
In general terms. Daootsb. lies between Int.
42deg. 30mln. and 49 deg. north, and long.
yu deg 3U mm. end 103 deg. west. It Is bound
ed on the north by British America, east by the
States of Minnesota and Iowa, south sod wett
by Nebraska. . Its length from north to south is
450 miles, Its average breadth is about 800
miles, and it has an area of 70,000 square mikes.
it was lormeriy a part ol tbe Territory of Min
nesota, but was detached when that .became a
state. The lodians belonging to the Yankton.
sissiton ana sioux tribes are numerous, and
livechlefly by tbe chase. . ,h ;, ... ... .
The Territory includes erjen. . craa nl.ln.
hlch. rollinr'nralrlM. . vraat ernalin afl.t..
and ponds, and verv numerous waluahl. riwar.
Tbe climate of, the south is mllditbal of the
north severe, though lees so than might be ex
pected from Us blgb latitude.- Tbe land is well
timbered, and the valleys are highly productive.
Coal abounde in some parts, and other, miner
als add wealth to the region. - The- game Is
plentiful, and ol great value for ,Ite furs. , i
S
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The New Commercial Prohibitions.
We wonder not that foreign journals should
express disappointment and vexation at the pas
sage of. the Morrill Tariff by our Congress
vrnueaiiine oiner nations ol tbe wirld are
loosening tbe fetters of trade and establishlne-
klnd relations among themselves, cemented by
the common interests arising out of a mutually
advantageous intercourse, we are taking mea
sures to olose the avenues to suoh an inter
course, and are drawing back our. hands from
tbe friendly grasp wbioh is offered us. We are
not surprised that the sympathy which civilized
Europe naturally feels for th free 8tateaf our
Union in their dispute with the South, should
be somewhat diminished by tbis churlish folly
of tbe North. , i ....:,,:. : ..
What a leap tbis tariff takes towards absolute
prohibition may be Judged at from the following
table, which showe bow enormously ths duties
have been Increased in a single branch of our
Importations those, namely, of cotton cloths.
oonriaanvirraTwinrTor Brmtaoscorrosooon,oTa
aubwara aits btsd, biwct tb msuxt aao mw Tutirr.
White. i. e i.vImv
ooiing , Taaur. , . ,
Tajtirr. i ...
S.Vperyd.
,M p-e. wo'd pay 41 p., or 71 p. c on pre duly
40
67
SO
47
43
39 i
35
40 "
41 '
B7-,
31
30
108
'
i 79
69
40
67
! 71
, 54 .
7 ,
, 85
, n
3X i
K - . ,
Vf :: .
v
Above sixteen cents, or eight oence air: llnc
goods will probably pay twenty-five pfc' cent.,
bnt the worJs of tbe law are rather otK-jure t
Syed , ., oi :.-.)., mrw- :. .
eoitlng. Tax trr. . . . , , . TAairy
K PV P-e wo'd pay SOp.c.or 108 p4 on pro duty
e e -s ee or
tit ..-'' '.. "',-''- 48 ' .-M
S. .. '.. :' 44 'i i BB
I.,
Taklog into aooount ths fact that a mnshlar
ger proportion of low-priced cotton goods islm
ported than of tbe finer qualities, wo are brought
to the ooooiaeian snas ine new sarin wui nearly
double tbe present duty en cottons. Il wlU bear
most severely upon the poorer classes, who wear
tbe cheap fabrics. Oa two-thirds of the ootton
goods Bt present Imported tbe duty will be at
most entirely prohibitory.. Mr. Adams, when
ha boss to toglsnd, and Mr. Dayton, In we
aenting himself at th French Conrt,.wlll ap
pear as the representatives of a country which
has Just dosed its ports to an Importane branch
or their commerce. inia may mate tneit re
ception a liule cooler than it wvuld otherwise
bs.4 ' :ji- . l i ea , .ll
i. At home onr Imeorters will dj well to study
the tabl we have hero given, and sea what the
goods which they are disposed to order will be
1
i
likely to cost tbem. A,- if bttning Fon. ;-.tt
i; nil 1 n - I III' ll.t'lr-llil
ti Of all tbe annoying men in ths World, do
aver ns freai tbe man wbo thinks himself
righteous than . his neighbors-wbo imagines
that his way to Heaven is the only true way,
sod that thoss who won't believe la him dis
believe in God.-Cl I ..i i'l.il in,'v. .u..
1 i, i I inai i i ii. i ii .I m n.
We blame fortune for not visiting as, where
as is many cash tbe taalUiee at our own door
in doing nothing to Invite her In. - J
-'Cil ' oi'
;.t.j: 0 i.l iKUUblllAB 1 UBlWH ' "i. f t-
P.T. Woodbury 0o.) H t-o.'i im
f ..; , ., i.'sitiiit BBpsnor wear, u ,i n,
' Oeorw W. Allen. J .. i - ' .
BV VIHTI hOr A WRIT OT F1.PA.
to m directed from th Baiiorlor Court of Pmnklla
owanty, Ohio, I will ffr tor gal, ka fbo otwa of Maw Al
bany, at the mot room ot ,w. n .: aiiea, N or ry
Ooods aS Notion, lexied on aa Ui property of 9. W.
Allen; ral commencing On SATURDAY, th 30ih day of
i.h A. D.-lMLak-lOo'cloak A. M. " "": ' '
..,7Tfl.,i, i- ', Lr r WBUPrtMirSberhT, t e rtol
. BTaueh isitota ,,iv:o.i vw Will
.
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GREAT SLAUGHTER!
IN
DRY GO 0 D S
. i jeje
. .,',: ; , I ... :
KNAPP & CO.'S
r : .i v . .- i '. i ., . . '
.-.NEW STORE. .
,' From and after this data we shall
' " ' ' ' f ' ' '
:.,... :: . ji 1 1 1 " , i. ;'
REDUCE THE FRIGE
i . :i ' . '. . : . '
OF OUR WINTER G00D8
0 ' '' ' ''.
TWENTY FIVE PER. CENT,
ft
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. IN ORDII TO MAKE BOOM FOR OU1
SPRING STOCK:
I
Our assortment is still good,
and il: is known to every
. one that our
S T O O EL
, COMBIBTB Of . i 0
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WR ARE DETERMINED TO SELL, '
SO DO NOT FORGET THE
' CHEAP STORE OK
K N A P P & O O
NO. 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
OOIjiTJ3VlIlTJf3,
OHIO,
Tone el reathvors aad 60
Rage Wanted. ".
ctSSwd-iaw-Cm :J... . ;, ...
Tone af
THE, i
WEEKLY , OHIO STATESiM
, . BATINQ AiUBCWTIOK . .
UBOTB BT ' baVERoX ' TEOTJBIHBB , ,
Than any other paper In Ohio, ontitde of Cincinnati
Qffers Facilities for Advertising
' Which OANNOT IAHi lo bring i
Speedr aad Remaneratlre Return
To thoaa who take adrantage ef lha.
HE WB1HIKLY STATESMAN
D latriboted a It I through erery Pott OlBoa In Ohio,
Reaches a large Class of Readers
Who patronage i valuable, and who etdom e the
Daily Edition of city Journal; and aa only :
Limited Bomber of Advertisements
An huerted In it ooiumns, appopriately and
HANDSOMELY DISPLAYED!
. l l.' .:i.i O': .nn;, caXKOT rait TO
I -I..! ! jl I 1 ... .. .
A-itx act .ttoxxtlon
0P ALL I ' ' ' 1
t:l .S .f 1: I.J . M 1.
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Adrertlilng In the WXIKLT BTATB8HAH will Ba
' ' tt advantagons u 1 ' ' '
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almoat atrtain to follow an oxMnaivo dlnmls
, ' atlon 'knowledr of their boilnem
Alttosa 'coTumtY. bealees i
, ii ' " - , ,
, ,AI)VlRTI8IMNT8 INTINDID FOR
The , "Weekly Statesman
, fihoold bt handed in befor frlday nooa. ,
.. . ladies' linen FooKet-Handk'is. '
HKmnEDSTITOHEplJCTBCr HAND
kerchieft try w-de hemt. . . u
, Rmbroldered Linen llaudk' allprlo- .,. ,
Kemuied Stitched and plain do, do
,; - do ' do ' colored borders. ''
atouinlpf -.: black twrrter ' '
,i. .-. do ,. I, Sou l -y,i now ttycroetltched.
Pine Apple do .. newpaiterna. ,
" Ml, a. Plain and Bemmed BUti-hed do all nricet.
1 Oomprtatn th mot (elKt mortant la tb city md
m.eat pnoea. " ' v m -, i. . oat. djb,. i
leaus .. , :" .! , . no. w bwuib uign oireea,
:o '- join h fmmxK, 1 !
A CENT FOR HOWE, CONTINENTAL,
ra. Mabhattaw, Bstttarrt, ibvibo fibb ib. uu.'
Maw Vox.) atranaurre' and Om Vat or tUairoaa
Maw oxx aiireaav uokx. atOTsaa uirx.
Offloen tl Hlgfc Bt 8awasea HI t
-.eMMtpi.'- ..iti--. i -',1 1 ii '.." -i. ,i," - '. !
ai" ZyJ&i&&& Kid Gloves.', .
TjltiAlff AN 1) EMBROIDER' t. ttOCS
JL ' QDBTAIRB aA refalartkaa. Btaoh BIAOIvtm
enbroidmd Is waim. magnapurpl. Ami. Ui.drnted
KldQloTe. hliue Kid O'ove. A compiet aatortmtnt
f ihetoeetooraled OloTa always for aale by
- i. . ... ... -i . .u . . . BAlt a BOFJ
&tB89 .l', i. . nv ..; ! ' Bo. tS Sooth Blgb ttrtet. '
'Go-Partnership.
IirAWE Tills DAT ADMI'l TED BIT
on JAMBS AD8BH BAIN aa arte In my swat-
oe, which will btwtr be eondnoied onderthe ftrm
of B.ta a son . r,Ju, x aoatojiiAa bi.
Columbus, ytb IS. 1BC1. . , ' feblfi
HEtTIP AND OOTTON ROPES.'
' 'a. M : ' 1 ,'TWlM,
- Bed LITraiaM uana 1 1 w ir,
in. ML. m
.MUKB ttCTIBAtfX,' 1
'l 94 N, Blgb Street.
HERR1NOI HBRRINOIt !
Ha. 1 Ptckied fiartin.ln ttorei for earn by. n i,
,sbTs..t V .. M"1u "e.t,
ttrUtTE flSH I WHIT STISII t "
- I. ..' f : I ! I"i ,,.'( 'Ill
-1 , wrv i WTIITS VI8H from lak Bare. In
learT ' f"'! v ''' ' Sort Ulth etr,:'
WSTITIBT061IY
' WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The LateitThe ItrffeitTlia Sett
Tit. ilW a .a
uw vueapesk iMOAQM W9 IMsT.
Tka most Rellafcle Standard la
saaritf ai the Engliat LasgaBie.tt
" Sim ffundrti Smituu JUmm$r mf CUt,
"TUB BEST XNCLISn SIOtlOMABT XXtAHT."
Xftrary Mm tttrrmUmrt.
'U e ar upward, of a Hesdnd Theai.A Wrd.
who -iialurrloamalog sad dorlTatkm, lemSei
with thl corr4 Mlllog.ai.d pron.Miuia r opMely
Mhafor tbe -' '. i ... , , ...
; '; - ' GineUutaU OommmtfaL
Bud t A Anttioni of t A tfembtrt of t&4 OAie BtaU
TaacAtr'i jMOdation.
Th nndanlgned, number of tb Ohio flat Teacher '
AmoclatloD, adopi and aim to at la teaching, writing
and apoaing, tk. .rthograpby and pronttngiatloa of
WoreMr' Bo-al Quarto Dictionary, and W mnt or
Slally rroomMDd H a to Mt rellabl standard aS
tborUy or th Bngllak mngug, ask knf wrlllca and
poko. . , ..
Loam Awnatwi, Prldeol Keayoo ColUge.' '
M. 0 I.umktt, Superiatrndent ZanrllieloU,
Tao. W. HaavsT. e.e'l Uaalan DitiM Bch ola.
at. 9. Oownnv. Bap't Public School, SMdatky.
Jon. Lvdch, sap't railie Bcbool, OlrclertlU.
B. N. BiroD, Priadpal Clerelaad fonul Bemlna
ry. . , .
Wa. Mitch bx, Bap'l Public School, Ht Vnloa.
JouwOanui. Priaclnai Stat Voraal Bchaal. Minx.
sot. '
Oram Nina. Pilulnal BnHk Tal.ii. in, ak
ClnciBCAtt. , r - - ., '
H. B.-AUstk, Bup'tCehton Colon School. . i
Eown hcoiL, Prloclpal KcNeoly Noimal School. '
Ku T. Tairaa, Prof, klathemat'c. Ohio CnlrenUty.
W. ItBwaan., Bup't Tro TJolon School.
A. A. BOTEIM. Plioolu.1 WMt Hi.h Bdiaat. film.
land. '
B A. Noaton. Aatodate Prlnelnal Blah A-hoaL (Ik..
Und . -
TnroDoa Btmuho, Principal High School, Clsv.
land.
B. F. nuMinoit, Principal Cleveland loatltat.
J. A. Oaarictp, Preildent of Hectic iMtit'., Bi-
ran.
W L HaKRIS. Prof, of Chemiatnr. Ohio Waalann
TJnlrertlty.
H. U. BaJtucT, Ix-OomralMtour of Common BelMak,
Ohio.
a Br Homtoa, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln Coll.
Tao. Uiu. Preal lent Antloeh College.
0. W tl. OaTHCABT. Prof. BlAlMmatln. Blh
School. Dayton. ...
B. C. Canaaanaa. Prof. Lananaa.. T7I.1,
fiaylna.
B. m. BABsra. Bnp't Uolon Bchoola, Ahmsd -llor
than Blm Bumdrtl other PnmfdnU cf CklU.
V". Proftttort. Author and DUtinguWUd Sdueay
ton, kavt tndorud tho abovt ttntimtnt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO
HaatSiT. Coluo "It I trul maanllleani wark.
an honor to th author, tl publlahtri, and th wbol
ooontry." Pruideat Aodrcwt.
Onto LrtiiTJiiTJtaiTT.-"It exceed myaxn.ru-
tlont. It will b my aoid lo onhocranb and Dronnn.
ciition, and will often h consulted by tn for it noat
and accural definition. "Preaident Thompson.
W. R. EcLtcno OotLios. "Beretofor. w. kaMaal
Webeter'a orthographr. At recoot meetin. of .
Facnlty. It wai decided to cbani. it to mnfarm tn that
or W.irceittr'e Royal Quarto Dictionary." Pretldent
Oarfleld.
Warraxa Krnn Coilios. I And it worth f
eordlal approbation." Pretident mtcbooek.
Osotus Coiiiob "It mora than met m exiMM.-
tloni. I recemmend It a tn (tandard auihorttvtn
orthoepy to my children and my puplla." Pretident
aiorgan.
Aim oca Coixxos. "I tdootand aim to nee In ta!h.
Ing, writiog and tpeaklnc, the orthotraohr and nmaiin.
ciatlon of Horoeater'i aoyal Qaarto illclioaary.''
Prealdcnt Dill.
"In all my writing, apeaklog. and teaching, I bar en
dearored to conform to tb rule for ortt ariapby aad "
pronunciation aa eoitalned in Worottcr'i Dictionary.''
Uorace Mann, lat rrcaident.
KaxynR Colixob. OaMBin. moat cordially reoom
mond It the meat rditbl ,to: authority M th
Eogllth langoag a It I now vrltten and ipoken."
Pietident Aidie..
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Sto. Anton Smyth. Ommtttlonor of Common
Suhoott j Ohio.
"Th Dictionary It an fmprrltbabl aaoonmeat to th
learning aod Indut ry ot I' author, and aa honor lo th
wo, Id cf letter. Th mechanical exacotioa to far opo
rlor to that of any o Urn Lnieoa with which I am c
ualotd." From Bon. B B. Eanuy f OmmUkm4T
Th mot reliable itudarl authority cf th Un-luag-"
. WHAT TBS
Loading ITerwepaiiera of Ohio Say!
From lh4 Clottlani Co-old of March 28.
i Th orthography of the Worottur DictiMiry Is that
nwd by moat, If not all author oi dtatlnotioo In thi
oantry and Bngland. and conform I ibe general eaag
of ordlLSry wrllsr and ptkr.
Wh.Ur.r prtladlott may bare exlt'ed prerioaily, a
eartrul itody .f thi, rolam will lnrartab y be fol lowed
b a warm appreoiailon of l'l great Erltl, and a dcalr
to add It to th well loted library, bt It large or mall,
It I Horary InlUelf, aod w,U raaaln- aa imporlalu
ble record of th Mtrolog of It compiler.
trom tho Olndnnatl Commercial of AprU 90. '
Ber are upward of a hundred thooaand worda-food.
bad and Imlifferent whoa. a alttfarlQU BManiogt and
deriritlon,, together With their correal .ptlling aod pr
nunaiatioa. ai tt clearly befor th y Th work I
aoqutjttonib y lbgreut loetaaraaor Eorllah Word
Tr pablltbod.
Trom tho Oloodand Plaindtalor of Sept. M. 1860.
Evldi-ntly Wobcmts ' RuVaA Qoaaro DktioUBV
mt anlu tAalaaa. Aw tAa whmJ, Ik L-.J j
aM(t andoia by no pom.bility toiler by Mtptoa or
wuuuitn
' VoapWt TMh Sladeqf ACiySS.
A. to . ninmi.ir. . a . - -
followed by oar bat oatborti in definition bt Mare
oiuwg to n ..tiraa. ui in ubtoourv It to lafflstoal
to ej that WoacawTKB 0u I) tab y (gllo.td.
. IIVOMAlVf A RHIDI1.
Pnblleher, Bewkaelleredt Statlenere,
SO IB1 BI7PIRI0S ST., CLITBLA5D, OHIO.
Our Camok WeJ, Boarommo, Jnflit
, awlrttaikm orHormutoftht
throat JUmm tho BavUna LbwaA
in Contumption, SromhriHt, dHAo
ma. and Catarrh, C'Uar mud oto
ttrmgth to tho core of
PsJAtiau kpi:abers,
. ; aad SLNUEMS, , . , .
few ar aware of th Importance of chocking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in IU Brttttaxe: thai which In th.
haglnateg would yield to a mIM raw If nlotad.
ion attckt tbe lunga "trown'o BronehtSl 2as
oontolnhig demurttnt Ingreoleul, altoy falmooery ud
nrooooiM imaufl. . , - - , . t '
BROWN'S I "That troubl In my Throat, (for which
th 'Trocar' ar a tpedflo) harlng mad aa
TROOniSoftenamer whltperer." i
H . T. WILLIS.
"I rotovamoad tb.ll B k PpsueStaaJi-
BROWR'S
Wis." . .... .
TROCEISl
' KBT X. CnaPIIV.
"Bar nroTod eztnlv Hrviamba l
BROWS'B
noABtwte." .
, RBv. nKNRT WBD 'BBCHIR. '
'Almoat Inttanl relief In th ttliliittlin
TROCHES
labor of breatnlny peculiar to Atraiia." i
BROWH'S
SBV. A. tl. BUUlS)rOW. ' '
"Contalw ao Opium juivthln. tniart
TROCHES'
ou." v. a a- UATBa.
.i . tematd,. Pnatie. ,)
"A lmnle Sod Dleaaao mabliiauaai A
BROWN'S
Corona, Ac." ' . ..
TRO0HB8I
. . DB. Q. W, BIOILOW, i
- ' footon.
"BeDcBclal U Bx.Bcmti.n "
'.-' c . la-ai.LAm.
Jfaatoa.
BBOWm
TROcnis
I have preyed themeacelltDt lor Waoor-
SBOWM'S
ibo Cocoa."
BBT. H. W. WAIRtS,
TROOniB
"Beneocial who. uatnalUA ltm.li a.S
BROWN'S .feting from Com."
IROCnESl
ait,, r. aanutanvii,
- s , ..... .St LoU.
"XrrxcrOAL la removlof Boaraea m4
Trrttatiiia of th Thr at, to oom .oa wi h
iituxxB and BiMtmt."
, Prf- BrACT JOHS80N
Im thrmmgo, 44., 1
, ., , Ttacher Matio. SMtiwra
't , ! Colto..
BROWN'S
TROCHB
BROWN'S
TROCHE?
reat benefit whoa rake, before aod after
BROWN'S
TBOCBBS
.reaching, they p remit Umimhn, tram
iktlr pMt .teca, . 1 thiok tky wtll so r pr
manent adTant.t to "
RBV. . KOWLIT. A.M.. t'
Trwidanl of A then Col lag, Tdb,
BROWN'S
TROOBI? ICPSoId by sll rroygUr at. TWENTY .
I FIVE OBNTB A BOX.ffl
V': R0BBRT8 a SAHCBL. 1 '"' i'
i Iirogdau, 4 North Hlahttraat,
S.B-SAMUiH, Otl...
I t i:' iu i. 8S Booth Blgb street, Oohtmba,0 '
sutT-deodlm . ,
fa
NOTICE!
T" be CBcitinEH is PSHinors fr
elating a. hi old bweinet at oaeo, and hope thai
all pertont having aneettled aoooonU oa hit kovks will
gix tnem kmmoduite ttnuoa.
i fabW , , t. BAJN-T

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