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! COLUMBUS; OHIO. TUESDAY EVENING. APRII 23, 186L
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DAILY. TBI-WE1XLY AND WEEKI
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fTJBITSm BB . AHD PROPRIETORS.
. O" Office Sot. 98, 88 and 40, Korth High Bt
TERMS JNVARIABLI IN ADVAN01.
Bally - - 18 00 per yew
By the Carrier, per week, eenti.
trl-Weekly 8 00 per year,
Weekly, - , . .. 1 00 .; "
eri of AdTertlelnv bf tbe Square.
at sqnara 1 yeai . . ,'M 00
One " U mcr.thi )H 00
3n " 6 mouth! 15 00
3ne 3 worth! 10 00
jne linontht 8 00
One " 1 month. S 00
One aonare 3 weeki.
$i 00
One " B weeki.
One " 1 week..
3 00
175
1 00
TS
One " 3 dejre
One " 9Uyt
One
llnierUon 50
Displayed ijvertluraenti blf more than the aboTe
nlM.
Advertisement iMrted and placed In the eolnma of
gpeclal Notlcee," aaunu in ordinary rant.
All notices required to be pubUihedby lav, legal ratee,
If ordered on the lmlile exelaiWely after the flntweek
per cent, more than the above ratee; but all iuoh wll
.ntum.r In the Trl-Weoklv wlthontehante.
Uutlnee Garde, not exceeding flTellnei, per rear, ln
Je, SOyer line; ontatdo t'i.
Notices or meetlagl, ehuritables ocle tlet, Ire eompantei,
kc, half prite. ....
All traiuiitnt adearUununtl mutt 04 paid for wl
Atlnnni'A Tlt rui will not be Tarled from.
Weekly, name price ai the Dally, where the adTertleer
ca the Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
re both used, then the charge lr the Weekly will be
a ill tire ruti't or the Dally
No artTertlseroeiit taken except for a definite period
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE. BRASS WORKS,
- r .
Cortier Kprinft Ac Water 8t., .
OolumtaUB, OlalOw
W. B. POTT3 & CO.,
And lianaractnreri of Bruf and Oompoiltloii OuUngt,
Finished JJraof Work of all Description!.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENC.L CUTTINC, &C. ,
febl 'CO-dly '
F. Ar B. SIJIXIH8,
Attorney at Xjvw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Amoos Bnlldln, opposite Capitol Square.
Columbus, onio;
. OOljTTBIiDTTS
Machine Mannfactnriiig Company
-vr i a j i v v u.tf jw w v v.v.w.wv. r . t
NANorAonntne or
STEM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Caitlngt, KUI-Oetrlrig, Kaehinery.
,,'..,:vV.'--rM-, !!
I . - or rer Dtacsiirion.
COliT.'flUCB, OHIO
0HA8. AM HOB, Hap't. P. AMBOS.JTreu.
deell. lHM-tf
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
"wwe-Wji-
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to ludianaDolia without Change of Care
and but One Change of Can botween
Columbus and St. Louig.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. .
i 1
5
FIRST TRAIN. .
(Dully, Monday! excepted.)
NIQHT KXPBBSB.tfa Dayton, at 8:45 a. nt.,ton
pint at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddletown and Hamfl
ton,arrle4nKatClncinnatiat8:!Oa. m.;Dayton at 6.45
a.m., IsdiaoouolUat 10:4a a. m.;tt. I.ouliat 11:W
P B" r SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m.,itopplng at all Sta
tion, between Columbui and Olnciunatland Dayton, ar.
rtelng at Clnclnnntl IMa! a. m., Dayton at 9:15a. a.,
Indianopolleaf ;iP. . . "
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT" KXPBI!88,at 8:30 p. m., itorplnf at Alton.
Jefferson, londnn, Oharleeton, Oedarville, Xenia,
Bprlne Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfield, Toster'a.
Loreland, Mlllfordand Plalnvllle, arTiTlng at Cincin
nati at 7:80 p. m., Bt. Lonis at 12 m; Dayton at 5 35 p.
m.; Indianopoliiat 10:38 p. m. . , .
Hleepinor Care on all NlKtit Tralne to
Cincinnati anil ludlauapQlln. . , .
BAGGAGE CHtCKED XHUOUGI1.
For farther Information and Through Tlckete. apply to
. , . M. L. DOUKHTY,
Ticket Atent. Union Depot, Colombo Ohio. '
. K, W. WOODWARD,
"'.'' Boperlntendenti Cincinnati.
. .. i. . ... JNO. W.DOHSBTIf
julS . . Agent, ColuJabna,
SOMETHING. NEW
HOWARD & CO'
0.
AMERICAN WATCIIES
CALL AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new make ot
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by S. IIOWARD tt CO , Boeton, Man.
These Wetchee are far superior to anjlbine; erer offered
to the public, heretofore. HaYing the exelualre agency,
I can sell them at price! to iult the lima, vi have Just
melted large eteek of , t .. -
AMERICAN WATCHES, ; ; J',;'.
manufaotured by APVLKION, TBACY, t CO i aim, a
line assortmentot ... , .v.- 4 ,1 ,'d.'J, I
. EPCOLISn AND SWISS WATCHES,,,
In Gold and 81hr Cases, at Panic prices. ,, ,, ,
anS3 W.J.8AVA01.
1 Aft nr.' OH OHEEtf and BLACK
XJ TbAS 100 bags prime Bio Conee. '
1 SO poekete okl Hutch QoTernment lata Coffee.
75 bag! Oeylon OelTee, '
gOObble. itandant Wbiu Sugan, oenslstlng of Pow
dred, Ohruthed, Oranulated A and B Coffee, t
SO quintal! George Bank Codfish,
gobble. Met! and No. 1 lUetrel.
Ice. Pick Blmon.
100 bx. Layer Baislna.' o .. . j .i I'.'f
oohf. boxdo. do.
lOOqr.boX do de ...
10O M Cigars, different brands and gredre, ' " '
ofT WM. MoPOWAID.
M. C. LlLLEY, .
JJXJMXXJXt
And Elank-Book Manafantorer, :
iosth Hioa naxsT, columbub, ohio
urlt-dlr vi
. FASllI.V)f'1.0CH-T f .-,;vj
f rem "Barnett MUU," Springfield, 0. the beet brand f
Vteur oroaani w w minet. Bainieeiioo guaranieea.
lerealepnly ' ; , WH. MoDONALD'8,, . , v
ot87 V 10t South High etreeW
ALDXANDUIt KIU ULOVED. -
All elae and ealon itut opeoe at - DAtltB,
sMe.U. J 9.V0BttBlghitree1.'
is a consutuuonal disease, a eprruption of the
blood, by which this, Quid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor." U'elrifi fn? the "circulation, It
perradea the wholei body, and- ihrry burst out
in diseaM on any part of it. No organ is free
from its attacks, nor i9 there one which it may
not destroy. The scroftyojts taintiis variously
cuuscd by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthr food. Imrjure air. filth
and filthy habits, the-' demitig vices, and,
buovw au, pj me. venerea :ipicuon vutt
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending "'from parents flf children'
unto the third and fourth generation" indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who says, I
will .visit the iniquities., of the. fathers. .-upon
their children." 1 " ' '
Its effects commence by deijnMltion from the
blood of .corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
lUDorcies; m the glands, swellings; end on
the surface, eruptions or sores. ' l'his foul cor
ruction, which eeadar In the bloo&rdetjmse
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
turns not only stiffcr; from scrofulous torn
plaints, but they have 'fur less power to wifli
stand the attacks' of other diseases! eonse'
quently- vast numbers perish by d'uorJcrsJ
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint lit the
system. ; Most of the" consumption which tie
cunatcs the human family has its origin directly
in tliis scrofulous contamination; and. many
aesirucnve uiseases ot tlio liver, Kidneys, DraM,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from, 'or
are aggravated by the aame cause. ,,-,
One quarter of nil our ceonle are scrofulous i
their persons are Invaded by this lurkmjj hit
rA.ii.M j .1. i. .1. . j i . . .
iwwu'i iiu mcir jinuiu is uuuerumiou py
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the, blood by an alterative medicine, and' in.
vigorate It by healthy food and eXercis.
Such a medicine we supply in .asjii.-cr-i
''! ,AYER'SlUf;u:5;
Compound Extract of SaRapariljaj
the most effectual remedy whiAhajnexticai
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fetal mttladvv' H U comi
btned frpm the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue, of the
system from its destructive consequences.
Bence It should be employed for the cure of
not omv bcrotuia, but alto those other-Bllee-tions
which arise from it, such n Ehorrrys'
and Skw Diseaes,.;St. Anthony's. Fjiju
Roib, or Ebysiplas, Pimm.ss, PostotBt,
Blotches, Blains and Boils, ToiOTts,Trrrif
and Salt Rhbuk, Scald Head, PvInowohx,
Rhbuxatism, SrpiiiuTio andMEUCuitiATDu
eases, Ditorsr, DYsrgPsiA, Derilit, find,
indeed, all CoMrLAirm Amsrwrf hiom; VitiA'
Ted oii. Impure Blood. The popular belief
in " impurity of Urn blood ' u founded irl trtith,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the broodi . 1'he
particular purpose and . virtue of this Sarsspa-.
rilla is to purify and regenerate! this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions. ii. V-iV
AYER'S
IT.';
Cure.
ron THK evvnT rrn A
. .. '. I .f it
Intermittent Fever, erFcrer end Apae,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, tamb
Agne, Periodical Headache, or Btllene
Headache, and Ailllons Fevere, litileed
for the whole cl&ee of dlaeaeea originat
ing In biliary dnranfrrment, caaeed by
the Malaria of Hiaatnatle CoaaUrleer
" "Wcare enabled hererf;o offer the eormauiuty a
remedy which, while it cures the above comclaints
with certainty, is still' perfectly hannlcee W any
quanuty. oucn a remeay is lnvaiuaDie m amrtcrs
where these afllicring disorders prevail, This
"Ccbb" expels the miasmatic poison of Fbvbe
and Aous from the system, and prevents the da-'
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms." It is not only
tho best remedy erer yet discovered for thU class
of complaints, but alio the cheapest.. Tho large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings (t within the
reach of every body j and in bilious districts, where
Fevbb And Aocb prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure ana prote
tioru A great snperionty of this remedy ores any
other ever discovered or the speedy and-certain
eure of lntermittents is that It contains no Uinnine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects Whatever upon the constitu
tion, inose cured by it are left asaeaimr aa.11
they had never had the disease. . o-i a i i i.;i
x eve. kuu A(ue m uvi aiuuv uiu vuuaequence ui .
the miasmatic poison. . A great variety. of disci
ders arise from its irritation, among which' are
Neuralgia. Rheumatism, Gout, Headachi, Blind--ntss,
lootnaehe, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, PaL
pitation, Painful Affection of the Splten, Vyster'
ics, Pain in the Bowel, Colic, Paralyrie and D
rangtmtnt of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
type, or become periodical. This " Ctmi " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures1
tnera au alike, it is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. - If taken occa
sionally or daily while -exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into du)- 1
ease. Hence It is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from, lnter
mittents if they avail themselves of the protection '
this remedy affords., ' r
Prepared by Dr. J. 0. ATER & CO,, totfelljsiasi; j
JtUDCBlB Mauiln UOlUBHUl -.'
And by Druggists and Dealers everywhere j;,,:.
now:lyd.tww V"
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT .,
LLEE INSURANCE COMPANTj
Nowarlt, BTwJri? ;
. I, ; 1 .Vllilfl.lt,',
Dirldena Janaary 1,180145 Par Cent,
AsoBIi.. ...... ..WM Jl,55 JO.
1 ; Statement January It 1861. 'V
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, I860 13,408,56) 89.
Beeeited for Premium! dux- ,i j yi,,,,
Int the sear laO.. ....... .8703.053 55 t tnni
Beeeited for Interest dusing -f -.'. Ii cw .;.
the year I860 814.0U lf),D, ;.H -,;a,
Total reeelpls for 'lRfi6.T,.. 8977,007 Vr! i' ij"' j
Paid Claims by DeaUi,!i7,g:9 00
t)rj'.f'ii t.kvi
Kh'iiv .
, fi:iafl ,a.
C'.'ii:;ii..l
.VMM:'. I t
.lH.Iil 'J
rata roixuei surren
dered.- WW
Paid Balaries, Pot-..u .oJ
age, Taxes, Bx- "
chanie. ato....... 3r.G?aS4
Paid CotamUaionl to ", .j
Arenta 31.735 30
Paid Physlmans' feef ., S M 75
Paid Annuities...... J)7, 00
.KMl.II
raia- viTioeDoe uur- ,, VL-uiriir v Tif
inf the year W. 500. 75 5C5.081 3, elf,97IJ M
'.'Net BalSDce Januawfst, 801 .wtM&mib
1 'A aama 1 ..........
M03M1.0. rvA.l.llfr
flash on hkrlol. .... ".W'
W 18 0284 W VOX
Bonds and Mortgages ea Beat'
O'J.l
JlU
amount loeDedi.i.i'8.38.84'fe8'1''7.
m.tBtA nmn luaua
Premlnm Hotam. en IfoHetea .I'IKMAU
cent, interest. 1.579PM 17
Baal Bsta
Loam en
Premiums,
Total Assets... AMfit:
llllflMllf.lKMl
T,878 Policies to fcrotsrn taring teojiaeaS
1,435 new Policies hire, bee Issued daring f be iter '
After a oereful ealculation ef the present vauef the
ontattDdlgg tfolloles of the . Company, and kavtnf' the
aeorMory amount In reserve Iberefor. the Directors
aave eecisnd a-Divumh f 41 percecb ea th Praad,
una paid at the table rales, to all policies for life In force,
issued prior to Sanaa , WQ, payable according to the
Li!! " APPlieailonay wlU be fumlskrd
( A t ,,T B0BT.-T.. jATTIRflDlf.lhrs.ldeitfM v
.lam. o. mills r. 8..
,.,, c-i-r.-oM. Kiv.srfrom VjUi."
,, r..4efi ioitt -'-e.oeioicii'
ii AlarchSB, 1861. , ,., ,r . olk. A..
HunxvusvAracEriafJi AND
IDTD T'IJ .11 .U.W . jaa
ii)suimii!iTimirBiiiiirj low prioes.
,a 'sr. JJ.-!k . I
Aft..".!
Ague
e JMiK toe8 8T .:'.
Borlp....w4w' 5,93144 U, V,V,
.NoteesadOailrVia . ' ,r
STONE'S BAZAAR.
DSTd. 4 GKvvnne Block.
-A. P. ST0Iffi"& 0'IIARRA
ABE NOW RECEITINOTIIEIK WIN.
1KB GOODS, and invite the public to inspect
them. Mo tttch stock of Goods haa ever boen brought to
this market. The South, in consequence of the failure
ot the grain crop, baa not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich goods, and this facthasforced the
Importers to sell them at publio auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in Mew York at these large sales, took
adraalag of them, and we can and will sell our (foods
base, at leas than any one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them in New York. Our stock is complete In
very department of .
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
.a OTTOMAN VELOURS,
or : BROCHEVALENCIASi ,j
; ii. PRINTED MERINOS,
: "Js.;i i, i. , : . . PRINTED C0BURG8,
v.; . . ..... DYED COBUGS;
biaCk alpacas, .
' i orleans, . :"
"' ' . -7 . fancy woven fabrics,
i ALL WOOL DELAINES.
i .).,?; . . ruruiis, rain t a,
a-xrw Ta.i.v nr .v ai -
i'.I'I : ' i . i, , . ... DU1.A1NU3.
SIIAVLS AiTD CL0AKS1
;; Five Thausand Dollars Worth
'.V i "' Bought in One Day,
At one balf the Coat of Importation.
LADIES' FURS,
ii all Varieties,, at the Celebrated
" xuannratare or c. . uun-
I 1 then ft San. '
lvr .! , ... ,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
lien's, Ladles sad Chlldreti's Under fhlrts and Drawers;
tadles, Ulsses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool sad Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of every make.
1. II I
A oomplete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of .
LADIES' CLOTH8,
" CASSIMERE8,
u . .. OVERCOATINGS,
........ , TWEEDS.
FLANNELS,
, , i- '' RIBBONS, '
, ( I ,..) , . DRESS TRTlWlWINnej
larllef and Gent's linen Cambric Hand-
- kercWeu, Ac., &c.
, f el per
nersons who call on us. we n1erim our wonl. fa
show, them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
everj seen in ims market, or pay (Demons dullar per
hour! wnlle look inc.
eeetrdlyxtawltw.
STONE fc O'aAHttA.
Cure Covah. Ood. Hoanent. nrt,i.
" enea, any IrUation or&irenre of the
Throat Rdxev the Hairkh,g Couuh
in QmewnptUm. Brovhtitis, Att Ka
ma, and Catarrh. VUar and Mr
. - avTOfpr so im votee or
' a?CAtt.lU ri:AKEIIS,
" and SIAIIiUUit.
lew' are aware of the Importance of checking a Contrh
or "Common Oold" In its first stage; that which In the
begiSaleg would yield to a mild remedy. If pi-elected,
soon attacks the lunrs. "Brown'e Bronchial TmcAet."
eoatauiuig demulcent iogredients, allay t'ulmonary and
BreaohlallrriUtlon. ...
BEOWS
Thmt ftronhte in mv Tb..t. ffr Ttiituti
'the TVocAar are a specific) having made me
TBOOHBi
often a mere whisperer."
- a. e. wiLLia.
"I recommend their nae to Pcnuo dkak-
BROWii'S
TEO0H8SI
REV. E. CHAPIN.
"Have craved extremely serviceable for
IROWH'B
UOABSBTfM."
RET. HENRY WARD FEECHER.
"Almost Instant reli'f in the diitresslMr
TB0CTHB3I
Biiqwirs
labor of breathing peculiar to AtrrnMt."
' : BKV. A. U. iUULKSrON.
"Contain so Opium or anything Inj'iil
r. I
tbochis:
ons.". . Dli. A A. HAYES,
Cdemfst, Eottun.
A simple and pleasant oombinatton for
BHOWirS
Ooosbs, gto."
TR00BI8
J1H. U. V. UlUULUtV,
Bolton.
Bsawirs
4 "Beneficial in Bkokchitis." ;
ii i
. , ... ll B. J. P.W.LANE,
" , Boeton.
'I have Droved them excellent for Whoop-
TRoanxi
- . i ,i.
ma Cocao."
REV. H. W. WARREN,
' Boeton.
IB0QB1B
BBoiwH'fi
H "Beneficial when compelled to speak, suf-
ruigirom vold. -
REV. 8. P. 3. ANDEItSOV,
... St. Louie.
"lrTscroat In removing Hoarseness and
TB0OB38
BBXrifH'S
Irritation of the Throat, so ooouion with
Brakess and Bikous."
TROOHXS
Prof, BIACY JOHNSON.
La Orange, Ga., '
I,-," Teacher of Music, Southern
.. ,. female College.' .
"Great benefit when taken before and after
bboWm'b
I
TEOcnis!
BKOWIf'S
preaching, ts they prevent Hoarseness. From
their past effect, 1 think they will be of ocr-
X10C&SB
masent advantage to me ."
i .
REV s. ROWLEY. A. M.,
li'ii." President of Athens College, Tenn.
DBOWK'I
TBOOBSB
JUgold by all Drnggiits at TWENTY-
ill.
B0BJBT8 At 8 AMOEL.
Druggists, 24 North With street.
' - 8. 1. 8AMUBL k 00..
84Bonth Hlrh atreet. Columbus. U.
3f
r7-deodlm
NEW ARRIVALS
OB'
(Spring . Summer .-Millinery.
,The Stoolc Replenished
DALLY
rnoin latest
IMPORTATIDNS OF
1 1.
YORK.
k i ;.; ir Ii :;.. :
.'it
MT STOCK Of .
5 .
Spring Be Snznxner Millinery
Is new complete, comprising every variety of Milllrt-
erfi also, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Notions, ae., and In quantities and pricos that can;
not fan to salt all who may favor as with a call . The
toads have been bought at Panto prices, and will be sold
at a small advance an cost. v
: in, .i.i vr.vM ' . , .' 1 ', 1'
MILLINEKY.
AlliS M.E, YOUNG.late of New York C ity
t jsjiperUitend.tha JMIllinsry Department. Her long
expenaj ce in me, mse aaaoiouaoia fistsonsnment in
Broeaway wm aione se a warranty that she will be able
to jflta entire saikfactloa In matters of taste to all who
may mver bar with their orders.
, TW. ladles of Columbus and vicinity will please ac
cept piy staeere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
r. Woald MspeetfUliy solicit a continuance of the same.
i .'ip8 tAfi Town StVcolnmbTta,' ,
i prq-d3a-eod.,, ( .;; ........ ...... -v.. ,
. . ----- m w
rrints sjajSCHSHfcHS, DRALINO 11
I a BtaWla AS aide, all) fomUll Mni.lnvm.nl tn
a iow aouTe mwa w sci as agesiu lor. their bonne.. - A
preference will be given to those who are well acquaint
ed In tbe distriot for which they apply. -
Aroar ' P"? salary
';$60fJ',!ia;;t8qd.:par''
ear
and KrpoDses.v
'"log ar(her particulars address
-wN 8. HORBHOtreB a CO.: -'
.'i-' V. Wl'v ' Rxehanne Plaoe, :.
TJan30-dam. ,Vv' :-n '-j ' JereeyQIty, N. J.
YTAlLTKSE THREAD LACK MITTS
11 of elegant aalltles for Ladies; also, Vlsnes' Milts
B street variety-. ' ...... v-' BAIN'B.
..tetorat.t j, u.: vt'. f't w .: ' i l
BPEl.ilSfJT OS WATER-PROOF
CLOAK CLOTHS. Also, other makes of Bnrin
uioes urorns, ra all eesiraoie mucwrea umaioira, 'laa
saia and earWUttV natco. ""-BAIN It BOlf.
epruS . He. 88 South HiU street.
0 J
'3ST3IaW, ,
BEAUTIFUL,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER !
OCft SPUING 0TOCK IS CNTJfSUAI.
ly large and well avwrted. The very latest patterns
from AMEltlOAN, KNGLIBU and PttBSOH Pactoriei.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS,
SIDELIGHT
i - AND ' '
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades,
. ...(... ' .
GOLD
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
' ' AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXT0BE3, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
. BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
109 So tlx tlx m&iist.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords and persons wishing quantities of
Paper will make money by buying ot nr. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to call
and seo us, april 1 d2iaeod i R. As A.
MUST BE SOLD!
ALL THE -GOODS
.. AT STORE ..
Town Etreot,
AT PRICES .
A-. I 1 1 -Yt 1 1 Awayai sa I sta 4T a
I U UI I I fit I IIYltD!
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
OWINfi TO THE Walt BETWEEN
the Union and the Sunny South, I hare concluded
to sell out
ALL MY GOO D S, .
' EVEN . J
BHIIiOW COST.
The stock consists of the largest lot of
WHITE GOODS,
In the city of Oolumbhs; .
JACONETS,
CAMBRICS, - : .
BRILLIANTS, '..
ESHERALDAS,
- - HTJLL8,
, . . - - PLAIDS,
SOIT FINISH CAMBRICS,
COLLARS, EDUINUS, SKIRT ESilD,
. HOSIERY, PINS, BBTIOKS,
fiUSPEUDERS, BOOKS AND BYES,
i . - and all kinds of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES;
tl.e test HOOP SKIRTS la Columbus, and at the
, ' loxceet price, '" , . ,
, Wholesale ana Ketall. , .
. Then, ladles, all, bith great and small,
Come, give me a call, . i
And then you'll find A, II. K. Btorris .
In all hU Glory.
- A. M. X. 8TORRIE, Agent,
Remember the War I No. 02 Town street,
aprllid3m , ... i . I- Oolnmbus, Ohio.
NOTICE.
THE PARTNERSHIP - HERETO
fore existing between the subscrl bera la this oily un
der the firm of McKee k Restiesux expired by limitation
on the flratday of April. 1801. Wmi H. Restleaax,
willconttnue the busineaaat the same place. No 34 North
Hlh street. He will pay all claiaw araieat the arm.
and collect all the debts, nslng Uie Aim name for that
purpose only.
' jfl. m. picrven, - -
i i -. WM. H. KEBlIEATJX.,
Columbiu,0., April 18, 1801. ( . ,
I have sold to Wm. II. Resttnux my Interest In the
business of the late firm of McKee At Restleaux. and
hereby recommend him to the continued favor and con
fidence of the publio. : - IA. at. actusa
uoiambuf, u., April iu, icui .
" )YM. H-' RESTIEAUX,;
NO, 34. NORTH HIG-II STREET,
! Columbus, Ohio,
' .DEALER IN f v
FINE AND BtiPlB OROfcERIES, v V I ..''."
t i . - .
i ;.
r1 ' r I Ml
': v. !l
PRODUCE, PROVISIONS, PkTJtTS. , , ,
PIiOTJfi,, SALT. LIQUORS,
'.. WOODEN WARE.
li w jCOdDAGE.KIO.j.ITa,
sprll 17-lwd.
NOTICE.
T HAVE MU.D Tea in HZ iiEJIIIT TOIL
X, BON my DrIUQ -.TOBE. which is rem"vcd from the
ornerol. High ami Guy sireeie to UieKouthweatoerner
Of Broad end Huh streets, UolumbtM.'Unloi
i. With many tlunl.ste my former patrons and custom
ers, I re.iiectfuliy jcqueat th cunt iimuioe of ihr.lr fa
vora to my tui-eetnor. " iiBjmx m. Willi.
Coluaibua, April l.-JEBl. f ' J.--.a-i . .. 'V ' :'
. DBTja STORE
TTAVIMi 1'IIUCTIASl D Till BRUC
li HTORK 'of Mr TfiiSRV M. Nta, I have opeetd
anew the Bnuihnst enrnernf Mroad and llih streets,
0 uidIi.i. Ohio being the old end reOuUe.taiiclor
M-af oiiiiness lor .o ytare :,'( - - .
1 hv 4 trreh a. d w-H .eleoted stock of Pure St dl-
t elne: a. d twe Chmitrale. together with faint, Oile.
Vurntehte. ovo. 'u.ually kept in jch an eetabllabment.
' lLr1 raoHTiosoareiuiy an promptly compound'
Btore open' at ail hours of "the iiiy and night- " '
1 irt.Mi...rfuin aolL-lttbe'paironaKe nf the imbtte.' 1
,4 ;::' "" " uaNRK WlLeON.l
Columbus, April 1, lHIV--apnfdlo , ... - , . ,
-
- : .,L ,..' ...... ,.,ii .M . '.. ; r
iiFar medical Parneasa.) .
PURE HftANDPlKs. W1NKS.COKU1ALS, ANDBIT
vaas, from !) Bonded Wan house " ','
- - f WM. McDONALB, -1 L
nsvir 100 eoattt filch street.
l i ...
i.tseo
ball, nervear.
Trt- Weekly, per tar. .
Weekly , per yeai
,
i 00
100
TIBMB
The Beginning of the Riots in Baltimore.
Tbe Baltimore Sun of tbe 20th of April eon
tains a full detail of tbe Riots commenced
tbere on tbe 19th instant. The Sun Is In etroog
sympathy with tbe South, and hence its narra.
tlve may not be fully free from prejudice, but
tbe telegraph gave us such a meagre account of
the commencement of the resistance at Balti
more, that we extract tbe following from the
narrative of the Sun;
Yesterday morning tbe excitement which bad
Deetrgraauaiiy rising in mis c.iy ior aomouuji,
with referenoe to tbe passage of northern vol
unteer troops southward, reached Its climax
uoon the arrival of tbe Massachusetts and
other volunteers, tone from Philadelphia, at
President street depot, at 1U o'clock . A large
crowd bad assembled, evidently to give them an
unwelcome reception. The arrangements con
templated the passage of thirty oue oars occu
pied by tbe volunteers, from President street
depot to the Camden station of the Baltimore
and Oblo Railroad, over tbe intervening space
occupied by the Pratt street track. .
The cars were dispatched oue after tbe other
by horses, and upon the arrival Of the first car at
tbe intersection of Gay and Pratt streets, a vast
assemblage having collected there, demonstra
tions were made which evidently eontempiated
tbe stopping of tbe troops at that point. Just
tbere, repairs of the toad were in progress, and
a number of paving stones were lying in heaps,
which were seized by tbe crowd, and used tor
tbe purpose of assault.
Six of ibe cars had succeeded In passing on
their way befure the crowd were able to accom
plish their purpose of barricading tbe track,
which tbey now began to effect by placiog Urge
heavy anchors l)lug in tbe vicinity directly
across tbe rails, borne seven or eight were
borne by tbe crowd, aud laid on tbe track, aud
thus tbe passage of the cars was effectually ln
terrupltd. ' Having accomplished this object, the crowd
' set to lustily cheering fur tbe Soulb, fur Jefferson
Davis, Souto Carolina, and secession, aud groans
for suudry obnoxious parties. ' In tbe meanwhile
tbe troops tbus delayed at the depot remaiotd
quietly iu tbe cars, until tired of tbeir Inaction,
and apprehecdicg a more formidable demonstra
tion, tbey came to the conclusion to face' tbe
music, and march through tbe city.' '
They accord n ly evacuated tbe cars and rap
Idly gathering on tbe street north of the depot,
luimed Id line and prepared to make the at
tempt. Tbe word was given to "march," and
tbe head of the line bad advanced some fifteen
paces, when It was diiven back upon tbe muln
body by tbe immense enwd, still lurther in
creased by a body of men who marobed doan
to tbe depot bearing at their head a Confeder
ate dig
Eight of the cars started from the President
street dopot, and six passed safely to the Cam
den staiipn. Tbe other wo soon returned, tbe
track in tbe meantime having been obstructed
at tbe corner of Pratt and Gay streets by an
chors, paving stones, sand, ic , being put on It
byAb rowd. Attempts bad previously been
made to tear up the track, but the police by
strenuous effort prevented. A cart load of sand
which was being driven along was seized and
thrown upon the track.
Tbe biidgo across Jones' Falls on Pratt street,
was also soon after barricaded with boards, &o.,
wblob were being used previously by workmen
in repairing It. ' .
After considerable delay, it was determined
to make the attempt to march the remaining,
troops through tbe city,' only about aixty of
wnom were supplied wun arms. . Tbe remainder
were recruits, and occupied second-class And,
baggage cars.
At the head of this column, on foot. Mayor
Brown placed himself, and walked In .front, ex
erting all bis Influence to preserve peace. '
Just before the movement wag made from the
cars, a large crowd of peraons went down Presi
dent street with a Southern flag and met the
troops as they emerged from tbe cars. Tho
Sonihern flag was then carried in front . of the
column, and booting and yelling began, and
as soon as the troops turned out of Canton
avenue they were greeted with a volley of
stones. . , ' , w vi
At the corner of Fawn street two Of the sol
diers were struck with etones and' knocked
down; one of them was taken by the police to
the drug store of T. J, Pitt, at tbe corner of
Pratt aud High streets, and the other to the
eastern police station.
1 be yelling continued and tbe stones, flew
thick and fast. At Pratt street brides a eun
was fired, said by policeman No. ' 71 to have
been fired from tbe ranks of tbe soldiers.
Then the crowd pressed atoncer. 'until the
body reached the oorner ot Gay street, where
the troops presented arms and fired. Several
persons fell on tbe first round, and tbe crowd
became furious. A number of revolvers were
used, and their shots took effect in the iracks.
People then ran in every direction in search
of arms, but the armories of tbe military com
panies of the city were closely guarded and
none could be obtained. Tbe flrlne continued
from Frederick street to South street in ouick
succession, out now many feu can not now be,
ascertained.
Among those wounded was a young man
named Francis X. Ward, who resides at the
corner of Baltimore and Atsquith streets. He
was shot in the groin, but 'the wound Is not
ihoueht to be mortal. -
A vouna man named James Clark, formerly
connected witn jxo. i nook and Ladder Cora
paby, was shot through the bead, and instantly
killed. i- -.. r V
James Myers, residing on Fayette street, was
shot In the right side of tbe back, near tbe
spine, and tbe ball, a Minnie, passed through
him, and lodged among the false libs.:. He was
mortally wounded. Jubn MoUann, of No. 3
North bond street, was mortally wounded. - .
A man- named r tannery, residing on Frede
rick street, near Pratt, waa mortally wounded,
and died shortly alter. -. j ) ,
Carr. readme at tbe corner of Exeter
and Bank streets, waa wounded by a - musket
ball in tbe knee. . Tbe wound is severe. . , . ,,
John Staub, clerk with Tucker & Smith, on
Charles street, shot in the fore finger of theij
right band. . ; .. ' : i; ;-. V-io i
A young man named Malony was shot on
Pratt atreot, near Gay, and died at. tbe central
police Station, 'ii '. ' i i.i ; r
Janiea js.eenan- was weunoea y navinv a
Minnie ball pans through, bis body. Ha was ue
of tbe stranger soldiers. His wound was sup
posed to be mortal. He was taken to the of
fice oi Dr.- Hln'ge, where bereoetved eurglcal
attendance, and was then taken to the Frottg-
tanl Infirmary. .-. ,, ,,, ,.
At tbe puiioe station, an old man, wbosdid
not give bis name, was badly wounded,! -,. i
Huw many were wounded it . waa impossible
to ascertain, es'many of the. soldiers -who left
on tbe oars were known to bave been injured.
Kirk tuica, ot- fbtiadelpbta, was. wounded
on tbe bead by a blow from a stone or. bluilgn
eon.,- He wat severely injured.: ;i I-.mi'.i '
-Cenner.of BaKimure, waa also wounded
oo the bead with a stone, and was taken to his
residence on Bond street. ' ,-i :i t . - .d-m j :!
' At tbe central polioe ntat'on two soldiers were
takeq iu dead, ae atou two ottitens. : i nreaAol-.t
d.era and ou citisen were taken to she -aame
place wounded. Tbe crowd passed on up frail
street, aud sear Light street there waa another
Volley fired i : . vi -a a- '' t
" At Light street wharf a boy named William
Reed, a hand on board the ojater.eloop 'Wild
Pigeon.',' of Yoik countji V , received, a ball
through . the abdomen, and waa dying, at last
accounts, in the huid of (he schooner.'
Another boy, Patrick Griffin employed at the
Green . HoUte. Pratt at , waa abut threugbitbe
bo eels woile lookiosr Irom the door j ; ns,,u
A irenxied crowd -returned tbe fire trosa re
Tolvere.. and tfUB prioks;; A68reW Robbln, a
..k.. . B.nni
member of a volunteer company from Bwn-
nlngton1; Conn , was shot in the back of the head,
and fell from the ranks, 'He was taken Into
the drag-e-tore of Jesse 8. Hunt,, oorner of
Pratt and Charles streets, ,Hie wound Is jdanj
gerour.
- Another soidior; S. H. Needham.'a member
of tbe Mamebnaette reclment, was struck by
a brick and knocked Insensible from tbe ranks
He was taken into the book store ot T. N.
Kurtx. 181 Pratt street Ho aubseauentlv died
Prof. J. W. Ri Danbtf was very 'attlVe la ren
dering arsistance tQ tbe wounded, as were also
other Dhvslcians. -' '
' At the corner of Howard and Dover streif,
one or toe marcmng companies was pressed
upon, when tbe troops In one of the ears fired a
volley into the cltiieirs-: The balls struck in
the brick walls of tbe dwelling,., dashing out
pieces of brick, and making large holes in tbe
walls. The Ore was returned from several
points with guas and revolvers, and with bricks
by the crowd. Several soldiers were wounded
here, but It is thought no citirens were struck
by the bullets of the soldiers The face wf.1
many nf the soldiers, ae een through tbe car
windows, were streaming with blood from outs
received from the shattered glass of car win
dows, and irom the missiles burled Into tbem.
Several wounded, supposed to have been shot in
their passage along Pratt streo', were taken out
of the car in a bleeding and fainting condition
at the Cimden station, and transferred to the
Other cars.
From Gay to South street, on Pratt, the fight
with the soldiers who marched, or rather ran,
through town, was terrific. Large pivlng
stones were burled into tbe ranks lrom every
direction, the negroes who were about tbe wharf
in many instances joining in the assault. At
Gay strset the soldiers fired a number of shot",
though without bitting any onft, so far M could
be ascertained. After firing this vo'lcj, tbe
soldiers sgaln broke into a run, but anothtr
shower of stones being hurled into tbe rank, at
Commerce street with such torce as (o knock
several of tbem down, the order was given to
another portion of tbem to bait and fire, which
had to be repeated before tbey could be brought
to a hale. Tueytben wheeled and fired some
tweoty shots, but from tbeir etoopiog and dodg
ing to avoid the stones, but four ot fire snots,
took effect, tbe marks of a greiter portion of
their bills beine visible on tbe walls of tbe ad-
jaceot warehouses, even up to tbe second stories.
Here four citizens fell, two ot whom died in a
fee- momenta, and tbe other two were carried
off, supposed to be mortally wounded.
As one of the soldiers fired be was 'struck
wkb a stone and knocked down, and as he at
tempted to arise another struck blm in tbe face,
wbeo be crawled into a store, and prostratiug
himself on tbe floor, clasped his bands aud
begged plteously for his life, aarjlog that he
wag threatened with instant dei.tb by bia offi
cers if h refused to accompany tbem. He a.id
one half of them had been forced to come in
tbe sime manner, and be hoped ail who forced
others to come might be killed before tbey got
through tbeoity. He plead so hard that no
further vengeance was bestowed upon him, and
he was taken to tbe police station to have bis
wounds dressed. As soon as tbey bad fired at
this point tbey again wheeled and started off lu
a lull run, when some three or four parciee Is
sued from tbe warehouses there and fired into
them, wbich brought down three more soldier,
one of whom was carried into tbe same stove
with tbe one above alluded to, end d ed in a lew
moments. Tbe others succeeded In 'refraining
tbeir feet, and proceeded on with tbeir oora
rads, the whole ruuninff ae fast as tbey oould,
anl a running fire was kept up by the soldiers
from this point to tbe depot, tbe crowd continu
ing to burl stones into tbe ranks throughout the
whole line of march.-. -
As early at nine O'clOclc, throngs collected
about the Camden Station, in anticipation of the
arrival of the troopsfroin tbe President Bt depot.
The throngs gradually augmented until abont
10 o'clock, when a Urge body of policejappeared
ana the mass took it for granted that the troops
were coming.' Meanwhile the assembly kept
itself inlormed on events at the lower denot hv
several young men on horseback, who rode rap.
my iurwara ana dsck oetween tne depots. I he
mayor or tbe eity and tbe Board of Police Com
milsioners did their Utmost to pacify the erowd.
us well as did other nromlnent citizens. Final!
crowds, rushing pell-mell from the lower streets
towards the depot, gave notiee that the cars
wcte coming, and they arrived one after another,
drawn by lour horses. Tbe blinds of meat bt
the oars were shot down, and in tboie not provi
ded with blinde, the troops laid down flat, to
avoid the bricks thrown at tbem. The
dows were perfectly riddled, and their sides
bote great indentations from the rocks and
bricks burled at them. ' 1 ' "
Tbe scene while the troops were changing
cars was indescribably fearful. Taunts', clothed
in the most fearful language, were hurled at
them by the panting crowd, who, almost breath
less with running, pressed sp to Ibe ear windows, '
presenting knives and revolvers, and cursed up
into tbe faces ol the lolJiers. The police were
thrown in between the care, and forming a bar
rier, the troops changed cars, many of tbem
cooking their muskets as tbey stepped on the
platform.. .-: .u . .. t... ..!.; 9 J
j After embarking, the assemblage expeoted to
se tbe train move off, but its departure was ev
idently delayed in the rain hope that the crowd
would disperse; but no, It swelled, hod tbe troops
expressed to tbe officers of the road their deter
mination to go at onoe, or they would leave the
cars and make their way to Washington. '" "
) While the delay was Increasing -the 'exdite
ment, a wild cry was raised on the platform,
and a dense crowd ran down tbe platform and
out the railroad track, towards tbe Spring Gar
dens, until the track for a mile was black1 with
an eioited, rushing mass. The orowd, as it
went, placed obstructions- of every description
on the track. Great logs and telegraph poles,
requiring a dozen or more men to move them,
were laid across the rails, and stones rolled from
the embankment. . .... , .
A body of police followed after the orowd.
both in a full ran, and removed tbe obstree tin
as fast as tbey were plaeed on the track. Vari
ous attempts were made to tear up the track
with logs of wood and nieces of timber, and
ther wa a vreet outcry for1 pickaxe and band-'
spikes, but only one or two eould be found. 4 The
police Interfered on every occasion, bqt 'the'
crowd.'growing large and more exoiicd,' would
oath ou into a break.necr run tor another poet
tion further on, until the county line was reach
ed, - Tbe police followed, running, until forced
to stop from exhaustion. At this point, many
of the throng gave It op from exhauationi but a
crowd, longer winded, dashed On for nearly
mile further, sow and then pausing to attempt
to force the rails, or place some obstruction upon
them.'" Tbey eould be distinctly seen for a mile
along the track- where it makes a bend at rhe
Washington road bridge.- Wbeo tbe train webt
out tbe mas oi the people had mostly returned
to the depot.' Shots and stones were exchanged
between tbe military and oitfrffta :h eeversl
points). V-1' rjt a.i.i .- ,'J bus ecouini
i,.M!i TRAVELLERS!
ei.i-
Will! yea ko to New fori ,'drtVe direct lo h '' "
iillTMeirf AM MO!Er
BB0ABWAT CORNER OP DOtTSTON STEKT
Oondactsdeaib -
BTJROPBAH1 PUAN.
r.t
floor! ff a're.bod Rooms. Prompt Attendance". Jhi Vtod-
frat0harge.' . fvM t :;-' J.ii-j.'i u
BINOLK ROOMS SO CT8, T5 OTsl ahd 81 tEH b'Xf .
i-M B0UBLl8O0MSudPARUR8.8iOWjli
. Menli at ordered. This Hetel havall the ap'rwlntm'nrs'
of the beat notci,a moatatawel Ircation, and-la-heated
througnout by ateam. BAUUEL E. MB AD.
marchVdtti 3 Proprietor.
Notice, CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS
THE FOLLOWING CIIA KOkti U 8 KB
mad In the the ufAoere of thla Baaky January S'.'ti.
1H6I, to' wit; Wa. A. Vtan i Prettdeat, and T.oat.t
Moonta Oa-hler, resigned heir ofuoea. David Tail, a,
Bq., was theu elected Preaideat and WW. A.JIiatt ap-
polnied Caehler. , , .. ,. . f;ia
, By eerier of th Board f Directors'.
.ra.
PL ATT. Oaahler.
nb, ISil-dlT. -
W. A.
n lain tun rieVHKD Black
X DEB'S BILKS, f vr artad Is a...l select
asortmnt la to stiy. MdAaatrM'mai.i rat.. c
' ' --. aaiN a son.
aprllS
He. 88 South High street.
oj uj'J la ,.:i.: eu.-a an. T' ; :l'A jfJ-.tii&fiH
IACHINE WOnKS,
i .: 1 ..HBWABKOIUO, -
Blannfaclnrera of all kind of Por
table and tt!iary Steam Ea- -ri
nines, Haw Mille, urlat Wills,
Vc, dee.
tiSZA BODLSYBeateni B. at t. BLAND TBtaUnJ
. J. AJ. B. JDVTALL Beaten 111 COLUMBUS '
JUCBTKSCO. Beatenlltt BBADtOBD
:" :" CO. SeatenllHl '
"' Oar Portable login and 8iw Kill -
Was awarded th first premium of 30 at th Indiana
State Pair for I'd over Lane AtBodley's en account at
Prior, lightness, simplicity, economy ot fuel
, and superior oharaoter of lumber sawed. -
Oar Stationary Enaine was awarded at the auna Vat.
th trst premium of t'JOO.
Oar Portable Engine waa awarded the first premium of
8104 at the Fair at Memphis, Tenn.. over Blandy'a Du
vall's, Colombo MaehlneCo'e., and Bradford Sr. Co'l.,
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
VQrpnce ana terms aaareis
I t . W1LLARI) WARNER, Treasurer, : .
debS-dftwlTents. Newark. Ohio.
i ' fFrvm the New or Oieerver.! '
As all parUs maouhctari. g Bewlng Machine are ob '
iig Ml ip p .y Mr. Uwe a license ou each machine sold,
acd are a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oaih.es I) IheiomU-r .old. biabookaginacorrectstato
meut. From thit reliable source ee have obtained the
following siathUcs. Of tbe macnuies made lu the year
13.', there were sold, X
I By Wheeler Ac Wilson 81.303
" I. M. Binger a Co Ml.tH.l
, Qiover a Baker Mew '
r-howing the sties of Wh-elera. Wilson to be double
those of any other Comply."
, Awarded the highest premiumsat the - 1 .
I United State! fairs of IBM. lbjll and 1800;
i also at the
. Ohio Slate ai-s of lr?S9and 18M,
- and at nearly all the County Pairs In th Static. .
.Obrorleea at Ihe late redaction, are ae lou a ntiv
locJt teA machk now aolri. aod hut a tilde higher than -the,
interior fico thread chain ettch machlnee,. sow .
forced uvon themsrket.
The WUSELKft a WILBON bIAOTJINB makes the i
Lock Btich the only one which cannot be raveled. It
Is ai.ixv ea Bovn Siomot the goods, leaving no ridge or
chain on the under eide.
Ail machinee warranted 3 yeare, and inetmctton
glvea In their use, free of unar e. ,
I . U. CRARS, 81 High at.. Columbus, 0. ,
i ' WM. SUMNER a CO..
dcc3-aawd3maiw8m Pike's Oiera Hoaw. Oineinnaci.
TO BUSINESS MEN.
Aflf
iV red
EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
reliable business men to secure a DroStahla mann-
factoring builness, requiring but, a small canltal in Ha
establishment and prorecution.
The manufacture-eon.!.!. In the annffMtlnn nt m m.
jcullar composition or enamel to oomnun red brloks, and
a variety of other building material, ornamental arcbl- "
tec rural anuuungs, ceilings, tiles for floors and fur
roofing.
This enamel may be tinted ef any color, from the '
purest whit to th deepest black, with all ibe colon :'
and shados betweeo. It imparts to the articles to which
ill! applied a hardness and durability almost incredible, '
and a beauty surpassing that of the rarest and moat coatly
o. uic Tar-ieg-aica maroies, ana, uniixe mem, la Impervl
ou to moisture, and will never fade, ataln, or deterior
ate, costing but a fractional part of the nrice of ordin.r.
marble, - -
It la also valuable for table and stand tops, mantle., . ,
pieces, monuments, and an endless variety of other arti
cles of siaplease. - The process of applying the enamel'
Is simple, while the articles enameled will oommatid a
ready sale, affording large profits. Respon-lble parUes
may procure licenses for manufactnrtnr under the nat-1
nit for any city or prominent town In tbe United States,
by Applying to the subscriber. A small tariff on the ar- ' '
tides manufactured will be required for lb us of to -invention.
Circulars elvisifull narliculars will ha for- .
warded to all applicant. - '
iTie superior mora and beanty or this enameled biild- ,r,
Ing material to anything In use ha th unqualified in
dorsamenlof many of the moat eminent architects and -i
scieniifio men of this and other ciUei. ,
: Jor particulars address " . - ' -i
l JOES-BON ft PR ALL,
General Ageati for Enameled Building Material,"
sp9d3a.i ', : 85 KASiATJ ST.. HEW TORE.
" ' " ' FIRST ' " ' 1
' OPEKIfilG OF TKE SEASOK ;
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
1 1 ", j... - . - --.
t l AGAIN OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
an entire new slock of Goods in my Hoe, lust porch-
seed in New York at th cheapest panic rates.ali of which
1 shall sail at th smallest profits, for Cub. My euatoan j
era-and frlenda are reapectfully Invited to call and exam
ine ay Oooda aod Prices, aa I am determined to sell aa "
cheap or cheaper than any other house in thoity;aad
aa I do my own Cutting, and superintend my own butt- '
neas, I feel assured, from my long exoertenc. inboai- ,
ses. to glv general satisfaction.. The finest ef work
men are employed, and all work don strictly to time and
on short notice, and warranted to fit. Btrangn vlalUna
oar city would consult their Interest by giving ma call
before purchasing elsewhere. t. RoaE, .
- - merenani Tailor. i
marchW-dly J ' ' Cor. lIuh andToen sts.
: VREISrtOVALa
Ss Doylo dt Oo.
TTAVE RE1VIOTED THEIR OFFICE
XL-
to
th (8oath-wst cornet. t Hlgh. and PrleneV
streeU, .
1 1 -
f UP STAIRS'
knfl will..ontioM to keep on hand a large stoc
i! lid
i j 'j .1 J I.i
-BOOTS :and:; SHOES. ;;t
JThe attentica of Merchaats and Dealer Is respeotfaL, . i
ly Invited to our stnex. , . . B. llOXLa m vU
.maseJixdietllUalyJI. .!!. Jul t. -a-i r.
W . , . i ... a., . .
Watches! Diamonds It Slim Warain"
A 1
XV aod sMlver Watthes, la great rlny.: im i-id
'i in Ai.nl for the taa.io. Waica Co and eta .
Ml thee eawellnt Watch at maoafactarer' pileet. '"'
ith.r Wholeetlepr KetaiL. j .J
.0 me ai d chooa, 'fmin my beautiful dlspta of Bit-
mor.ds and . lb tlrh J.y.- etjIceaeeprlcealew. 'K'
- As to Silver ware ol sterling quality, f can anow Dtw t ji
pattern. er handsome " - ' ' '
tril.ee Plated Ware, Tea CetU, Drn.. Wallw. Cattora,' is)
Buketi, Pitcher Ooblets. Kbi.es, Ports- Spoon, "..,,
I i m
iij'! r, PRICKS SEDUCED ' ,
-.Then I have supply of An Tahl (jutlery, focaM
Knives, Mai.ra, u4 mast Vaocy Oooda ca a,'
at: desired for preseat el such prim a! ar an indace-mea-
a the pejchesea. tfimJ WM. .Bi.Tatl, o...':.-'lr
marSt-'l' '"n ' "1 - Wrlh slil. But Uoas square.
1 evtr niiaP sKlttT.
!TJkTJ.Xe,W UUAj i-w
No. 59, SOUTH ,HI08t SlRIltli'J 9C t;BA
rfT Jost reetrved e make of HOOP llltfi-
lallbed lu, a manner fat !uperur to any yal intrdc4 j t
... ... a
. jViXzitipY AND . GRACEFULNESS,
HENRY KtEHLEH, ..-.-i .i.t.
flatter I
Pbaloo's Bs'anllshmenl.' M T .) PonrWtor. :.
Hk New fork fashionable Shaving Hair Cutting .
Shaanpoon'iwg, Curling an OresSing saltoa Eaat Star k
MiMt, O'er Ibe Pt OfBo. where aatlafaatiou will -b
lvea la ell -the - varioo braucbea. Ladle and '
Childr.a's 11 air Draeslng done la the beat style.
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