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VOL; VII. NO. 279.
: NEW SEKIES;:
:;COLUMBUS. OHIO: TUESDAY E-YENING,;
AdP-RIL 30 .:186L-i - .:;' .' ' , ::, :,; ,; ;
SIX LOLLAES MS TZAB, '
, , inwuwj la Adrane
d ail y .' Tai-wEEKLY ahd Weekly
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
f U Btlfiki SB ASP PBOf BIETOBB.
tr OUlcV'So 86, 88 and 40, Korth High Bt.
TKRMfci INVARIAflLY IN AVANOB.t ,, .
oaliy : '.... S8 00 per year.
Ey ib Cantor, per week, 12) mtt.
rrl.Wojk)rf-.--. 8 00 payer.
WeeUy. - - 1 00 "
rrmt'ol' Advertising Squares
n l' ure I yeai . . . $20 00
Odd " U ffiol. thi 18 00
)n " 0 month 15 00
Dne " i montbi 10 00
One S month! 8 00
Dno " 1 month. 5 00
One iquare 3 week. . $4 00
On " twee... 3 uu
On ' " lweek... 1 75
On " 3 day ... 1 00
On' " 8 day... 75
On " 1 Insertion 50
Displayed advertlMraeuts half more tnau wi wii
A.iveitlsraonts leaded and placed In the column of
fime lal Notice!, aouoie im oramwy c.
All .lutlees requlrec to be published by law, legal ratei.
1 f ordered on the Inside exclusively after the Ant week
pet cent, more than the above ratei; but all suoh wtl
fullness Cards, not exceeding lye linei, per rear, fn
de, $J50wrline) outside 2
N ot Icen of aee tin gs , hri table ocietlo, fire companies,
fee., half .pciror , ' - ' .
AlUratitU'U advertisement mutt b paid for tn
ilvaneo t Tt rule will not be varied from.
Woekly, ime price as the Dally, where the ad J'"'4'
seethe Weekly alone.. Where 'he i DeUy ?
ere both used, then the charge twrth Weokly will Be
a. If the rate of the Dally .,
No advertisement taken tt eept for a definite period.
EAGLE: BRASS. WORKS,
Corner Spring & Water St.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
, tnd Mannfaetnrer of Brute and Compoiltlon Outlnga,
Finished llrui Work of all Deiorlptlon.
Electro Plating and Gilding! !
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
F. A. B. SIMZIN3,
Attorney at Hmxr
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Odlc Aoibii IJolldinK, oppoilte Capitol Square.
h 'i - COLUMBUS. OHIO;
Machine Mannfactnring Company
it i a e o c t oo g o n s ?. m:
STE All ENG1MS & BOILERS,
CutLngi, Kill-Otaring, KMhiMry
.li.".j .t'T ''"!' ' ,wm -
nrvllroacl ' "Worts.
'"ortriaT Diacwrnow. ' ' " "
0HA8. AMB08, Sap'b , f ' sP- AMBOB.iTreu.
d0ll. IMitt-f , ,. . . , .
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton 4 Indianapolis!
Through to lndiaiiaoolia without CbaDge of Can
Dd bat One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louia.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
(Dally, Monday! excepted.)
NIODT BXPKKBB, via Dayton, at 9:45 a. m.,itop
Bine at Loodon, Xenia, Dayton, Middletown and Ibmll.
too.arrtTtogatCluclnuatl at8:20 a. m. Dayton at 5:45
a.m.,IndianopolUat 10:48 a. m.;ct. Louiaat 11:50
p '' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION. at fcio a, m.,itopplnfr at all Suv
' UonibetweenOolnmbniand Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rirlng at Cincinnati 11:(B a. m., Dayton at 0:15 a. m.,
ffasb train. ; ;. -
DAY IXPBSBB.at SJOp. m,, itopplng at, Alton,
Jeffenon, London, Charleiton, Cedarrille, Xenia,
Bnrlna Valley; Corwln. Morrow, Deerfleld, Poiter'a
Irtrelaid, Millfordand PlalnTllle, arrlrlog at Clndu
natt at 730 p. m.l St. Inl at 13 m; Dayton at 5:35 p.
m.i Indianopolle at 10:38 p.m.
Ueplnar Cat on all rtlt;Ht Trains t
Cincinnati an lndiuuapolls. ,
BAGGAGE CHECKEJD THKOUGII.
for furttwr Information and Through Ticket, apply to
' . M. Ii. DOUKHTY,
Ticket Arent, Union Depot, Columbue, Ohio. 1
B. W. WOODWARD, .
.... .11 ..i -i I. gaperlntenrtent, Cincinnati.
'I " " JNO. W. DOUBRTY
413 '!. ' ; ; ' Aient, Coltunbua, ,
SOMETHING ; NEWt
H O W AR D : & C 6 ! S.
; AMERICAN WATCHES. ::,
CALL AT SO.' 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new make of
AMERICAN WATCH ES,
manufactured by 8. HOWARD CO , Boston, Man.
thee Watohe ar far sopeilor to anything erer offered
to tb publlo, herelefore. HaTlog th esoluslre agency,
lean (ell them t prlen Uf lult h time. I hare Just
reolTdalrg tock of ;.: ; ' '..
AMERICAN WATCHES, ,
manufaotoredby APPLE TON,' TRA0Y, 4c CO j alio, a
flneiortmtof f " 1
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCUES,
in Gold aid Bllver Cues, at Paale price. ,
janS3'"" " ' '",J. SAYAQ1. ;
-iAA 114s. tin GHEEJI and BLACK
AVV TEAS IOO bags prime Rio Donee.
1 51, pookeU eld Dutch OoTamment Java Coffee. . i
15 bas Ceylon Coffee. , v 1
SOflbbM. standard Whit Sugan, consisting ot Pew
d red, 0 brushed, Oraaulaud A and B Ooffr
50 quintal Owrge Bank Ood&sh. v , . , A
80 bbl. Mesa and No. 1 Mackerel. ' .
file. Pick Salmon. ' .... -t f".
100 bx. layt Raisin. . r ' . .,
60 hf. boaio : . 'Jvt',
.in.. k An d m- .'.
IOO M Ctgan, different brands and grides.
nott r.rr r- - win. MoDONALD
BOOS ' Bum aJlijXI.
HOBTa.spQH hrxit; coltkbtjb, objq
, FAMILY 1 FLOVH. .......
IIT5, WIIBAT; MBAMDED ; ;
NO "W FIjAKB
from "Barnett Mlll Bprlngneld, 0. th belt brand of
Tlaurbrouni vo uui ...
iaraaUMtlyatinMriiWa!" 8 f :
A" EXANVlatM KlU GLOVKfte '
AlllBB4oloriJutopendt ; BAINS, 1
e iu Bo. B Booth High sttssi,.:
-v.i. i.i. -jr:-,v 1 ft
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Iho latest Tho lirgest Tho' Beit.
Tha Cheapest Became tho Best. ''
Ibe Kloit Hellable,, Standard An
. tnorlty of tbe Eng-ll)talanf nage."
'THN BKSf ENdLTSII TI01toNART NXTANT."
; .i m,..; "I. LUtrary He EwrywhtrtS''
"Heie are trpwirdi of" a Bandred' fhontend Werdi,
whote maltifarloae meaning and derlTatlona, together
with thel. correct ipelllnf , and pronunciation are clearly
let before lh .!' .... ; , r I I,..-, i. , ,.
:. ' . - ,v i , .-.OinoinnaH Commercial. ,
Btad thtVtaltlont ot tha Mmturt of th Ohio Stat
, TtacAer't Attociition. ,ir
Tha nndenlfned, member! of the Ohio Stat Teacher'
Attoctatlon,' adopt and aim' to Vie In teaching, wrltlnk
and ipeakwir, the orthography and pronanolatlon of
Worceiter'i Koval Quarto Dictionary and we moat cor
dially recommend It ae the molt reliable itandard au
thority of the Knglbh language, ai it II now written and
pokeo.. .. . y
loatN Aitdriwi, Preildent Eenyon Oolleg.
M. D l tuarrr. guperlutendent Ztneirille Sohooll.
Tnoi. W. HiRvrr, Bap't HaullonCaloa rkb oil. ,
M. f . OowntaT. Sup't Pablto School!, Sandoiky.. A
' Jon tfTaoa, Hup't CaMlc Bchoole, OlreleTille.
B. N. 8iruaD, Frlnclpal Clareland lamal Seminary-
1 . 1
W . Mitchixl, Sup't Publlo School!, Ht. Union.
Joan Oanaa, Principal But Normal School, Jilna.
Craoi Naon, Principal fourth Intermediate School,
Cincinnati. . .-r-r '.
H. S. Martin, Bap't Cao ton Union School!.
Eowir hoL, Principal KoNeely Noimal School. ',
' Ku T. Tarr-iN, Prof. Mathemattci, Ohio UnlTenlty, .
Wm W. RdwaRim, Bnp't Troy Union School. . . ..
A. O. Boraim, Principal, Weit High School, Clere
land. 1. 1
8 A. Norton, Anociate Principal High School, Clare
land i- -
IntoBoaa Btrruxo, Principal High School, Clev
B. P. HtmiaTON, Principal Cleveland Iifltltut. ' -1
J. A. OaaruLS, Preildent of Bleotlo Initituw, Hi
W Tj IUnaif , Prof, of Ohemlitry, Ohio WefUyan
0nlTertity. i ... .. . .
H. H, Barxiy, Xx-Commlnlener of Common Bchoola,
Ohio. 1 ' ' -
Jamb M omtoa. Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College. ' i
Tbo. Hill, Preildent Antloch Oollege. "
0. W. H. OATHGAaT,- Prof. MathematM,' DIgb
School, Dayton. '
8. 0. CaoMBAVon, Prof. language, High School.
Dayton. " - ' '
B. 11. Barber, Sup't Union Bchooli, Aihiaod. ' V v '
- Mor than Btm Hundred other President 0 CoIU
gee, Proftuore, Authors and Dietingviehed Educa
tors, have endorsed the above sentiment. , ,
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. '
Mabibtta Ooixtos "It II truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, tb publlaheri, and the whole
country." Preildent Andrew. ; :,
Ohio Wnt.rrAiUinvnniTT.-."It exceed! my expecta
tion. It will be my guld in orthography and pronua
oiation, and will often be coniolted by me for it neat
and accurate definition!." Preildent Thompwn, , j
W. R. ICLtcTio Ooluo. "Heretofore we hate oted
Webster'! orthography. At a recent meeting, ef our
Faculty.lt wai decided to change it to conform to that
of Worceiter'i Royal Quarto Dictionary." Preildent
Garfield. u . 1 ..
Wimn KrraTB CotLrot. "I find it worthy of
oordlal approbation. "-Preildent Hitchcock. , , , v
Oanuit CotLioa. "It mor thin meet my expecta
tion!. I recommend it a th itandard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." Pieeidest
Morgan. ., j r. j 1
; AmocR Colimi. "I adoptand aim to ute in teaoh
lot. writing and 1 peaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Worotr'( Moyai .Quarto Dictlonary.'W
Preildent Bill. j . & v tv.
"In all my writing, peaking, and teaching, I hare en
deavored to conform to the rule for orthography and
pronunciation a contained in Worceiter'i Dictionary J'
Horace Mann, late Preildent.
. KairrnB Oollxob, Qinaiaa ''I moit cordially reooa
mond it a Lb meat reliable itandard authority of tb
ngliin language a .it, 1 sow written and ipokeaj'
President Andrew!. ' ';',j;.v ,VuH.,s '
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS pF;'!-
from Set. Anson SmyU, Commissioner of Common
. 1 Sohools in Ohio. , ;.i.i . .ii .
"Th. Dictionary I an lmperiihable monument to lh
learning tnd Induitry of 111 author, and an honor t the
world of letter!. The mechanical execution lifariup
rlor to 'that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted." .' , ,.,
From flim. IT. O. Barney. Commissions of
I OOKKM ll V4IO. . I I . i'.i .
"The meet reliable itandard authority of the lan
guage." "' ' " !'''.
i .. waa tub .;
Iieadlns 3S"ew spapera of Ohio Say.
' fromth Cleveland Herald of March S3. ' '
Th orthography of th Woroeiter Dictionary I that
uied by mnt, if not all author ol distinction In tkl
country and Ingland, and conform! to th general oaag
of ordinary writer! andipeakeri. ,1
Wheter prejudice! may bar exlited prerlouily, a
careful itudy of thli rolume will lnTarlab'y be followed
by a warm appreciation of Id great merit!, soda dealre
to add it to th well lelecled library, be It larg er (malt,
It 1 a library Intteelf, and Will remain an lmparuha
blc record of the learning of it compiler. -1 1 i::'ii
Irom tho Cincinnati Ommercial of April tOt ';
Here are upward of a hundred thouaandword! oodi,
bad and indifferent who multlfarloua meanlnn and
lerlTationi, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, ai eeioieariy oerore uu eye. in n
unquestionably the greatcit Thetauruiof English Wordi
oyer published. .. -I'-w
From th Cleveland Plaindealer of Sept. 80, IMO,1
Evidently WoacxsT,' Rotal QdaRto DicnoNART it
net only th last, but th bcit wot of th land ever it-
va, toucan oy no posi.Linty luuer ny comparison 01
-" ' i From the Toledo ladof iTayZ). viA-t-r- .
Ai to raoRDBCiATioif. Worohtbr 11 thi Stardasb
followed by our belt authors; In definition! be leayei
nothing to be desired, and In OxTnooRArar It I mfuctent
to say that Woacmaa can b asfe.y followed. . , .
INGIIAIH St BRAGG,
Pnblialiera, Bookaellera St Stationer
NO. 101 SUPERIOR 8T4 CLEVELAND. OHIO. !
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT .j?,',.
LIEE INSURANCE COMPAISY;
Dividend January l 186 ft 45 Per Cent.
assets :. ... .V vfi&M ai
atatement Janaary U 1881 ;!
Balanc, per statement Jan. 1st, 1850 13,400,58 S
Reeelted for Premium dur
Inr th sear 1WO- 1703.053 55 ia
Recolred for Interest during ")A'W;!u.
th tear 1800 v....... Slf 014 19 .r-i.;.
Totaf recelo'i for 186O....t977.O07 74
PaldOlalmibr Death,7,050 00
Paid Poiicie sunen- - !"..:
. 1. U:i
dertd 41.111 S
Paid Salariee, Pott-
U. laxei. "i'. -'I
,Vl ;iA .'A
" change, eie. ...... 1I.CS0 54
Paid OonmlMion to .-"
i'f li'r. A yj:
Atenti 51.K5 30
Paid Physician' fee. . 6 M 7
Paid Aanultlee ,'117 00
Paid Dirldend 4ur I nni ' y.i,
11, IM i
Ugthe tear ......106,400 71 505,091 63
Net Balance January la. Ifitl..
.u .,' tl ;
nam on nana idilvi i lh.ii.j
Bona ana mortgages ou eu,. ,B)ID i.,U .1 ,t
ijtiute, worm oouoi m
amount loaned 8.327.641 08 : i.
Premium Nstee, on Policies ft ;"Ll.IIfI ahiai
to foroe, only drawing Opr. t .! 1-1 . a
cent, interest............. U-vv.eM 17 '.'..y i m
ani Asia's. ........ ....... wvvami .
i 1 u-.. - nn on bn 1 .
LoansonBcrlp. ......... ....,; 44 . .'(.
Premium!, Hotel ana uain, m ,
oonoof transmiasloB.,.. ,, 43.343 73
. m.i.. . ' .'! AT
XOUU ASwBi .u,.,tp
T5T5 Policies in force, insutUg......ie,480638
. ; 1,435 new Policies have been Mined daring the year
After a careful calculation of th present valss pi hi
otsbandlng Pollclee of tbe Company, and having1 the
Koeainry amount In reserve . therefor, the Director
hav declared Divioom of 45 'par cent, on th Premi
ums paid at th table rates, to all pollcias for life In force,
issued prior So January 1, 1800, payable according to the
present ml of the Oemnany. . .
Bates for an klndf Life Contingencies, Prcspeet
naes, B tateaont,, ur. ApplloAUo, will be furnished
wiTBootr cbarob, ute Office or Agencle ot th Com
pany t ...... ..1 . n i. . ii J ..
'"','! A' tW!f TTTEBB0N, President, r
BIN'. 0. wli&g?
March S3, 1801.
iinnaviiisu , BUEBTinet t AND
J.-. TuiBiiauoiiu wiuuib,vi innBioeiebrated oukt
bow offend In greatest variety and at very low price.
aprtlj H. M leoth High street.
..; j .ii-. f.tf .0i. al
STo.; 4: CKvrnno Block.
;':A. !P. STONF& O'HARRA :
ABE NOW RECEIVING THEIK WIIVi
' TER GOODS, and Invite tbe public to Inepeot
them. No och stock of Qoods nai eyes been brought to
thli market.i Th Booth, In consequence of the failure
of the grata crop, hasnot'been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich goods, and this faot ha forced the
Importer! to sell them at publio auotlon. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being in New York at these large sales, took
advantage of then, and we can and will sell our good!
here, at less than any one who purchased two weeka since,
paid foi them In New York. Our itock ii complete In
every department of
ELEGA NT DRESS 8ILKS, , ! , - n
OTTOMAN VELOURS, - ,
: ' BROCHE VALENCIA8, 1
!", , PRINTED MERINOS,
! : 1 i: PRINTED COBURGS,
"," 1 . DXED COBUGSj
I FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
' it '- ' i ' ' ALL WOOL DELAINES.
; h 1. ,
SIIAYLS AMD CLOAKS!
; Five Thausand Dollars Worth
; ' ; Bought in One Day,
At one hall tlie Coat of Impoitatlon.
In all Varlete, of tbe Celebrated
; ITIanafatnre of C. G. Gun.
'i'.ni j thers ct Son.
Men', Ladle and Children' Under Bhlrt and Drawers;
Ladies, Misses and Children' Hosiery of all kindi, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Qlovci
of every make.
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
; - i '
, 'r i
1 ;; j RIBBONS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
'U' ! . ..
kerchieft, &o., &o.
. To personiwho call on ni, we pledge ourwordito
Show them th largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever seen in mi market, or pay them one dollar per
hour while looking. , .-deol-dlyStawltw.
.'..'. STONE k O'HARRA.
Our Couah Cold. Uoarreness. ndu.
msa, any Irttation orSrenes of the
Ihroat Believe the Hawking Cough
in OonsumMon. Bronheitit, Aettut
ma, and Catarrh, Clear and give
sirengin to vt voice or
j . A?UStL,IO xrKAKFJltj,
;, ,. , ., and 8IN4.EU8.
' Pew are aware of the Importance of checking s. Cough
or "Common Cold" in its nrsietage; inat wmcn in the
beginning would yield to mild remedy. If neglected,
soon attack tb lung- "proton's Bronchial Troches,''
containing demulcent ingredient, allay rulmonary and
Bronchial Irritation. . ,
That trouble in my Throat, (for which
the TtooWare a specific) having made me
often amen whisperer."
a. r. WILLIS.
"I recommend their use to Public bixik-
REV. E. CIUPIN.
"Have proved extremely lervioeabla for
1 REV. HENRY WARD BEECHEB.
Almost Instant relief in the dlstressin
labor of breathing peculiar to asthmi."
HBV. A. O. HUOLKSrON.
"Contain no Opium or anything Inlurl
:ESous.";i . , BR. A A. HAYES,
, VAemttt, JJottvn. 1
"A simple and pleasant combination for
ilui hit IS. U. V. UlUELOW,
. ; . Boston.
."Beneficial In Brokchitii."
1 DR. J. F.W.LANE,
(..., . . i ... . Boston.
I hav proved them excellent for Waoor-
, - . BEY. H. W. WARREN,
"Beneficial when compelled to iDeak. iuf.
iferiag from Cold."
t. AX.V. O. Jr. J. ANlEtlSUN,
' "' St Louis.
"EmoTOAL In removlss Hoarseness and
Irritation of th Thr at, 10 oomjion With
Prof. BJ7AGY JOHNSON.
" ' Ls) (range, Oa.,
Teacher of Music. Southern
. ... . female College.
"Great benefit when taken before and after
preaching, a they prevent Ooenenes. From
their peit effect. I think they will be of per
manent advantage to me ."
KEY. 1. ROWLEY. A.M.,
President of Aliens College, Tenn.
I ItTBoId by all Druggiiti at TWENTY-
. 11,! A JUA.clJ
: V i ROBERTS It BAMCEL.
.", I DruggUu. 84 North High street.
. 8. 1. BAMCail, 4a CO.,
I ' 1 : I 65 South nigh street, Colombo, 0.
v. i )
Spnhg , . & , - Suniiuer ' Millinery,
The Steele Replenished
- PATTsY , .
J.' . .i
rilOin LATEST IjrlPORTATIONS OF
MY STOCK OF.
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is now complete, comprising every variety of Mlllhv
ery; also, a larg assortment of Embrolderle. Hosiery
and Notion, fco., sod la quantities and price that can
not mil to Suit all who may favor m with a call. Th
goods' hav been bought at Paolo prlcei, and will be sold
atasmtUadvaneseneest.' ' ' '
1 It. -Nl (,. .!: I , ' -I I . 1 .
kiultl. E, VOtfNG, late of New York City,
will superintend the Millinery Department. Her long
experience In th most Paahlonabli Establlthmant In
Broadway will alone be a warranty that she will be able
to give entire eailafaotlon In mitten of taste to all who
stay favor her with their orders. .,,,., - :..';
.Th Lidlei of Oolumbu and vicinity will please ac
cept my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
I would respectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
88 East Town ". Celnnbne. O.
spr4 -dta-eeA v V ri t.) , .'..:
. m : f
rTlHE SITRrKi ttFstn. ftRas.siert siw
' 1 SS Stanl At ttcle. Will fnrnllh emnlnmht tn
a few active men to mS ae- agent for their beute.-. A
sierenowiirgiirt tnoe wncar well acquaint
Odlv the dlatriotfoj which therannW. -
to which service! they are willing to pay a salary
fieoo to $800 ptt yW,
' for farther psrtltolars addres
iii ut j 1
! ' W( B. MORlnOCBE fa 00. -
.3vj . . ; . , 3 tnd 8, Exchange Plaos
Io30-d3m. . JereeyJOIty. M. J.
MALTESE & TnitKlO LACK (TIITTS
ef legant qoajltk for Ladies; klse, ftHsses' Hilt
YlEPRLLAIIT OB . WATER.PUOOP
l CLOAK CLOTHS.'- All, ether makes of Spring
vioas ijioins, in an aeetnwn mtimrea ntnaiots, ia
Mis and Hatton t statctl.. BAIX a SON,.,
prwj , v.:l3 ; T .1 ) . soutu Mignstreei.
1 Pally, per year
Trl-Weekly, per rear.
Weekly, per yeai ........
Kitrs )'arse') 100
"Our country I right orwieng,"-
What manly heart can douuf.
That thus should swsll the patriot long,
Thus ring the patriot shout 1
Be but the foe arrayed, ' ' V 1
And war'e wild irampet Mown,
Cold were hli heart, who ha not mad
HI country' cans hi own. ,
Though faction nl th halls,
Where nobler thought! bar swayed ,
One sacred voioe forever oalll
The patriot's heart and Oladej
. He.atAifcvttittrv' name, .
Feeli every pulse beat high, .
Wreathes rouna her glory, ail his fame,
And loves for her to die !, . u- .
Where'er her flag unrolled '- "
. Wooes the saluting breesf,
' Flings o'er the plain Its starry fold,
Or float on stormy leu, j, f
All dearest things are there,
A II 'hat make life divine, ' 1 1
Bom. fHh, the brave, tn true,, tbe fair,
Uliog to the flaming sign
Oh. I this 'bought a draaal. ,
No by th gallant dean,
Whoileepby bill, and plain, and etretm,
Or deep on ocean's bed !
By every sacred nme.
By every glorious song, '
By all we know and love of fame,
Ot Coubtrt, right or wrong.
What Are We to Fight for?
The people of the North are united at one
man to support tne national tumor ana nag
No such resurrection of patriotism that teemed
to be dead, so deeply did It sleep, was ever Been
in the world. We are all ready, now that the
Issue of war is forced, to defend our country
with all our money and ail our blood.
But this great power of an uprisen nation
most have a direction and an aim aadistinet and
unanimous as its spirit, or it will be dissipated,
weakened and wasted. It must propose to Itself
a certain end to be accomplished, certain meant
to tbat accomplishment. Then, concentrating
this rast foroe of newoorn lore of country, our
leaders must direot It firmly and unflinchingly
to the purpose proposed. Wealth of blood and
treasure without measure or limit are and will
be at their disposal, till every patrlotio end they
enaii seek is attained and made secure.
What is the great object to be 7 The Govern
ment has not yet seen fit to declare its purpose in
at unite terms, we await, in nope that it mar
be worthy the high occasion, and tbat it will be
prosecuted wltb singleness to a triumpbant issue.
Tbe power is ready, it rests with the Government
to give it direction and efftot. , Meanwhile it
seejii to us that the true and proper aim of the
bovernmeot in tbis contest is easy to know tnd
simple to follow. Oca nationality must it
PRSSCRVED, THI UNION MOST It tf AINTAINID.
Now that the band is put to the plow, there must
be no looking back. We cannot afford to have
two or more great and Independent nations npoa
tne in ortn Amerioan uooiinent, w e cannot al
low a state of affairs which shall inflict upon ns
tne curse or tbe divided nationalities of Europe,
with their great standing armies, their fleets and
their taxes. We want to bear no weak or tral
torous talk of separation or dissolution, either at
tne beginning or end ot tbe war. We desire no
holding of tbe South as a conquered province;
we desire not to withhold from that section of
our country one, even the most insignificant, of
its rights under tbe Constitution; we are for
every additional guarantee of those rights which
may be deemed neoeesarj; but they must not il
our Government it true to the nation, they cannot
witndraw irom tne union, we do not believe
in coercion .either ot men or States, seisa in
their tenses; but when they are mad, reetraint
is necessary for the. general safety. 11 there wae
any Imperative cause wby the North and Sooth
could not live together as one people, it would
be different. But there ls less re Aeon to day for
a separation man nae existed at any time tinee
the Union wat formed. Every year ha knit at
together with new bonds. Every railroad and
every ship that bat been built, every cotton plant
that has grown, every mill and factory and store
house tbat has been erected, bat been an addi
tional link to make ne one people forever,
I. ls t fortunate thing that the North hat the
power to assert these principles and maintain
them. The overthrow of treason it not only
possible, thanks to the burning patriotism ot
tbis great people, it is essy, If only our Gov
eminent shall do its duty with promptness and
effioienoy. But the purpose must be single.
There must be no managing of matters with an
eye to a possible dissolution. We know there
are men attached to the party which placed tbe
Government in power, who desire and look for
ward to a dissolution or tbe Uulon. Such ten
timentt have been attributed to men high inan-
mority; outsucn sentiments are treason, and
tbe only treason we have now to fear. Tbe open
traitors in arms we csn defy and vanquish 1 these
traitors, 11 not watcbed with a jealous and care
ui eye, win Dring at to disgrace and deslrue
tion. Boston Courier. ' '
Virginia Secession Ordinance.
We append the ordinance of secession of Vir
ginia, passed on tne inn lnst., and which bat
just been made publlo. Aooompanylog tbt
document it a sobedule, letting forth tbe time
and manner or Holding a poll lor its ratification
by the people. A poll will be opened In each
military eamp of Virginia volunteers, whether
in or out ot tne state, and tne voters there suf
fered to vote. This will be in addition to the
regular eleoiion precincts. The eleotion for
members of Congrest for the State to the
House of Representatives of tbe Coosreee of the
United States, required by law to be held on
tbe 4Uh Thursday in May next, Is suspended
sou pronioiiea un:u omerwise ordained by tne
To rtpeal th RatiUtHonef lis CosttHtiatt eA
unut aunt j America, oy lA slate tf Vir-
omw, ui m resume u (As riyAt awf snotr
areatMl under satsf CRIUistM v
Tbe people ofVirelui. in tbetr ratiflcatlon
of tbe Constitution of tbo United Statea of
America, adopted by them in convention on the
twenty-fifth, day of June, in the year of oar
Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty
eight, having declared tbat the powert granted
under tbe laid constitution were derived from
tbe people of the United States, and might be
resumed whensoever the seme should be per
verted to their injury tad oppression, and the
federal government having perverted said pow
ere, not only to the Injery of the people of Vir
ginia, but to the oppression of the Southern
slaveholdnfg States. ,
Now, tbereiore, we, tbe people of Virsinia.
do declare and ordain that tbe ordloaooe
adopted by th people of thle State in conven
tion, on the twenty fifth day 1 of Jane, In the
y ear of our Lord one thousand seven hundred
and eignty-eieniy w hereby tbe constitution of
the Uuited Statet of America wat ratified
and all aoti of the General 'Assembly of this
State ratifying or adopting amendments to tald
constitution .are hereby repealed and abroga
ted; that tbe Union between tbe State of Virgi
nla and the other States under the constitution
aforesaid It hereby dissolved, and that the
State of Virginia is In the full possession and
exercise or all tbe rlsbtt of sovereignty which
belong tod appertain to t iree and independent
State. l.Aod they do further declare that the
said constitution ol tbe United States of Amerl
ca is no longer binding on any of the citizens of
thlsState. , . - , f
This ordinance shall take effect and bt an
tot of this dsy when ratified by a majority of
tne votes 01 toe people 01 in is (state, oast at a
poll to be taken thereon on the fourth Thurs
day In Hay next, in puituance oi a tchedule
hireafter to be enaoted. .
Done in convention In tbe oity of Richmond,
on the seventeenth day of April, in the year of
our Lord one thousand tigni nundred and sixty
ore, and in tbe eighty-fifth year of the Com'
JOHN L. EURANE.
Secretary of Convention.
Secession Without Precedent in History.
Dr. Frabcit ' Licber't two leotures on the
"Constitution of the United 'States," recently
delivered1 in the'itjhool of 'Columbia College,
have Just been, published the same pamphlet
containing an addrgA'on secession, written for
a Fourth?- of July irMebratioo', at Greenville, S.
C, in 1851.'.. Ia this address an able argument
ie given sgalnst the right of secession, and ad
duces the following historical Instances:
Now-r have taken tbe pains of examining
all confederacies of which we have any knowl
edge. In none of the many Greek confedera
cies did the right of secession exist, so far as
we ean trace their fundamental principles. In
some rare eases an unfaithful member may have
been expelled. But in the most Important of
these confederacies, and in tbat which received
the most Complete organisation, resembling, in
many points, our own in the Achtsan League,
there existed no right of secession, and this is
proved by the following esse: Wben the Ro
mans bad obtained tbe aupremsoy over neiias,.
and Greece ws little more than a province of
Rom., tbe jE-olians respectfully waited uton
trie Roman commissioner, Gallus, to solicit per-
mission to secede from the League. He lent
tbem to tbe Senate, and tbe secessionists ob
tained at Rome the permission tj withdraw-
no "leading case," 1 suppose, for Americans,
Tne Ampnictyonio iouooii allowed or no
Secession. It wat Pan Hellenic, and never
meant to be-otberwiie. Tbe medimval leagues
of the Lombard cities, of tbe Swabian cities,
permitted no spontaneous withdrawal; but the
lortunet of tbe fiercest wart waged against
them by the nobility would occasionally wrench
off a member and produce disruptions. The
great Hanseatlo League, which, by its powerful
union of distant oities, became one or tbe most
efficient agents in civilizing Europe, tnd which,
at Mr. llusklsson stated in Parliament, csmed
trade and manufactures into Englsnd, knew
nothing of secession until tbe year 1630, when
the princes, greedy for the treasures of ber
cities, bad decreed ber destruction, and forced
many members to aeeede. This is no leading
Tbe .Swiss Confederacy, tbe Germanio red
eration,'knew and know nothing of secession;
nor did tbe United states or tbe Netherlands
so muob studied by some of our farmers, and
by Washington among tbem admit the with
drawal of any tingle State."
The Treason Law of the State.
An act to punish Treason and other Crimee,
passed last week viz;
Sic. 1. Any person residing In this State
who shall levy war against this State, or the
United States, or shall knowingly adhere to tbe
enemies or this State or the United states, giv
ing tbem aid and comfort, eball be deomed
guilty of treason against the State of Ohio, and
on conviction ehall be imprisoned In the Peni
tentiary, at bard labor, during life.
Sto 3. Any person, 4c, residing within this
state wbo shall surrender or betray, or be in any
way concerned in snrreaaering or Betraying soy
military post lortincanoo, orseuai or military
stores of this State or the United States, into
the possession or power of any enemiee of either
or shall supply arms or ammunition or milt
tary stores to such enemiee, or wbo shall un
lawfully, and without authority, usurp posses
sion and control of any such military post, fo:
tification, arsenal or military stores, or having
knowledge of any treason against this State or
the United Statea ehall wilfully omit or refuse to
ivt Information to tbe Governor or some Judge
tate, or to the President ot tbe United of this
States, ehall be guilty aa accessories to treason,
and 00 oonviotion thereof, shall be imprisoned in
tbt reoltentary, at bard labor, not lees than ten.
nor more than twenty years.
sea. 3. Tbat it any person shall, within this
State, begin or eet on foot, ot provide or pro
pare the meant for, toy unauthorized military
expedition or enterprise, to be oarried on from
thence against tbo territory or people of any of
the United States, everv person so offending
shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
00 oonvlction thereof, shall be punished by im
prisonment in tbe renitentlary ot tbis state not
less tban one nor more than ten years.
Sto. 4. Mo person shall be convicted of
treason but by the testimony of two lawful wit
nesses to the eame overt aot of treason, whereol
be stands Indicted, unless he confesses the same
In open court; and no person shall be convicted
ol an offence under the second or third sections
of this act, but by the testimony of two credible
witnesses, nnlese the person indloted confesses
hit guilt in open. court.
810. 5. Tbit act taket cQect from Its pies.
Washington City and its Position.
Washington City Is situated on the left bank
of the Potomso rlvsr, between two small tribu
taries; tbt one on tbe east called the East
branch, and tbe one on the west called Rock
river. . Tbt latter teparatea It from Ueorge-
town. The general altitude of the city plot it
4U leet above tne river, out it it oiversined Dy
irregular elevations, which are taken advantage
of in tbe location of tbe oiuerent nubile Dnlld
Inga. The plot it somewhat in the form of an
amphitheatre, the President's House on tbt
west standing on one or tne tides, and tne Capi
tol on the other These two buildings, about
one mile apart, are situated in about tbe centre
of tbe whole. Tbe former it elevated 44 feet
above the Potomac, and the latter 72 feet
Th tummit of the hill on which the Capitol
stands it tbe commencement of a plain stretch
ing to tbe east wbile ibat to the north of tbe
President's Hon a tends westwsrd. These to
pographical pecnllarl iee give great advantages
for tbe delence of the city. The elty plot ex
tends miles In a N.W. and 8 E., and about
Sj milt In a N. E. and S. W. direction, and
euvera an area of nearly eleven square miles.
Tbe reeldent population la about 65,000 with
Georgetown, 65,000 . i
Tbe only means of communication between
the city and the opposite shore of Virginia it
b the lone bridge. Tbit stDDroaoh la guarded
all tbt time by between three and five hundred
men, capable of repelling any attempt of tbe
eoemy to cross the Potomao at tbat point.
Those troopt consist or iniantry, artillery and
A Few Figures.
At we will probably h.ve 100,000 men under
armt before a month, their Dnrteo on our peo
nla. In a pecuniary tense, mast bt Interesting
tnd Instructive. A soldier's daily provision costs
over SO eents, wben ot tbe tongb sort; bit oioth
int. ambulance neeeaesrlee and other require
mentt,over one dollar. - in a movable ttate,
then, every man In the country, bearing a mus
ket, costs ne two dollars per day;
Two dollars per day lor one man it SXUU.tHJU
per day tor 1UU.UUU men t'
r. n - , A. IAA AAA 1
'AW uuu per nay is ai,uujwu per weei:
41,400 000 per week U more than $5,600,000
per mootoi . ... ,!-.. t. ,
... AAA AAA t . i . . ..
uri u.wu.iruuiorswo moatnt;
Or S3 400.000 for four months;
Or 133 600,000 for tlx months; .
Or 167,300.000 for one year. .... .
Tki fir th Arm ateae. i , . ,
Notbipt aotallort no marines, t -
But it will eost twice this. .For the mere
support and traveling expenses only art counted
No figures tor recruiting, lor uenerais, out cere.
No figures for repiaoing ceaa men Wltb live
OOOtV ' . '- "- i 'h; :'i
No figures for burying the killed. . . m
The ooet will be over three mllliont per week
Watohes I Diamonds II Silra Ward Id
A CHOICE A SOBTKIBIIT Of OOLO
Xx and Bllver Watche. In great variety.
A am g0l ror me awesioah nTca ui , ana can
ell these exoelleat Watche at manutacturars' pilose,
lthr Wholes! or Remil. - ., , .
Cum ant cbooes from my eauUrtll display ot Dk
moadeand othet rioh Jewelry, ttyleenew prleee low.
. A t Bllver War of iterung quality, I oaa anew new
patters, very handsom
Silver Plated Ware, Tea Sett, Urn. Walters, Oaalora,
Baskets, Pitcher, Oobleta, Knives, forks. Spoons, ttc.
: The I hav a supply of fine Table Cutlery, rocket
Knives, taaers, Ae., and many' fancy Goods such a
ar desired for preeenta at luoh prices a ar an Indue,
ment Ie the purchaseri , Wsl. BLYMtf,
I . V a ,m n . d l ..-k.
t1'1 f itaetli ia2 a,.,. w,,-TZ. 11
A compound remedy, designed to bo the most
effectual Mlerativ that can be made, i It is
a concentrated extract of : Para Sarsaparilla,
so combined with other, substances ,of still
greater alterative power 89 to afford an effee
tive antidote for the diseases Bsrsnparilla ia
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
.Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
Citizens, How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
Scuofvla and Scrofulous Complaints,
Eruptions and Eruptive Diseases, Ulceus,
PiMrr.r.s, Blotcues, Tuuoits, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Stphilis and Svphilitio' Af
fections, MEHeUUIALDl8IU5B, DltOPST, NEC-
iialoia on Tic DotaouitEux, Deiiiutt, Dys
pepsia AND InDIQESTION, EllYSU'ELAS, ItoSB
oit St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising from Impuiuty of
This compound will be found a great pro
motor of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
tho endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through tho natural channels of tho body
by an alterative medicine Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; clcanso.it when you find it is ob
structed end sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
Eabulum of life disordered, there can be no
isting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and tho great machinery or
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone hut not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending, to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any tiling else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed tho use of the various extracts of
Sarsapiuilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wc call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from tiro load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by tho ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
DR, J. C. AYEIt V CO.
, LOWELL, MASS.
.Price, 91 ft Bonis i Six Bottles for $3.
' Ayer's Cheriy Pectoral
has won for itself such a rcnorrn-for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Compliant, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. '. As it ha long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure th people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may bo relied on to
do for their relief all it lias ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
; j fob Tnn ctjue of
Costiventu, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas', Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruptions and Sttin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsij, Tetter, Tumors and
Sail Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Piuifying the Blood.
They are stigar-conted, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, nnd they are the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
Price 25 cents per Box ; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great ntimliers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, nave lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The A cents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given f with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should bo fol
lowed for their cure. .....
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealer with
other preparations they make mora profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they ahould
have it. .
All our remedies are for sale by
: R0BFJRT8 It SAMTTfX, Columbui,
And by Druggiiuant Dealers everywhere.
nov:lyd,twtw , .
J3. Doylo c3 Oo :
TTAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE
Xl to th Bouts-vest comer of High and friend
street. , i
And will continue to keep en hand a targe stook or
BOOTS AND SHOES.
The attention of Merchant and Dealers Is reepeotful
ly Invited to our stock. . B. DOYLttvOo.
marchd:dtUUlyH. :. - - - .- '
A NEW HOOP SHIRT. ,
. i i No. 29, SOUTH HI0U STBKKT. '
Hav Just received a new make of HOOP SKIRTS
finished in a manner far superior to any yet Introduced
for 5 i .., . . "'. ,. .... .
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS.
'mhS3. .' ' -1
fTTHEN lou go to New York , drive direct to th '
W SiVAlTHaOIklAN HOUSE,
BROADWAY, COBNER 01 TJOUBTON 8TBKT v ' ' . .
i . t 1 Oonduetsd oa the . ': , -'
'' KUROPBAN PLAN.'
' flood Tare, flood Room; Proaipt Attendance, and Mod
erate Obargee. . .... . ... . ......a'.
SIKflLX ROOMS SO 0T8. 73 CTS.end 11 PRR DAY "
' ; . : : B00BL1 ROOMS and PARLOUS $1,00 to $3.
. ..,!..- . .. .
' Meal as ordered. Thi Hotel has all th appointment
of th best hotel, a moat oeatral location, and I heated
throughout by steam, i . SAMUEL 1. MB AD.
march M3m , Proprietor -
;: . . henry kosui.er , ...;;
flat ef Thaloa's enibllshment, N. Y.,) Tioprlerore
. tha Mew Verk tsehlonabl Shaving, Hair Oatting
, Bhampoontng, Curling and Dreeslng Saloe. Kael Star
ptrt, OTSr ID roat man, fwn tuimoim. win
b glvm m all th varioa bnnehee. LxUe and
Children's Hair Dreeslng dona la th beddyl.
jySI-dly - -
Tt LAIN .
17 DRBi8 BILKS, of every grade.
Tne most ewieci
assortment la lh lty, and al moetresMerawe.u
. No. S9 Sooth High street. ,
E LEO ANT PLAIlt su
MreelBwaMAntlesi akm. Wok Trinrntla ,
a ui - t av. rr sb arvf
and TsU t mason, at
: - beatjtifxjl, 1
AND CHEAPER THAN EVERr
OVJR SPRING STOCK IS tJlTJ"OAli
ly large and well assorted. Tha very latest pattern
from AMKBI0AN, BNUUSU and IBJIXQH lactone.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
'I Gold and Velvet Borders, i
. 1 i .-...
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades, '
WINDOW FIXT0BES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
RANDALL & ASTON,
IOO South TTIgligt.
N. B. Landlords and person wishing quantities oi
Paper will nai money by buying ef ns. Country
Merchant! and persons from abroad will do well to call
and seen. farril l dSmeod R.JcA.
MUST BE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
TO SUIT THE TIMES!
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
OWING TO THE WAR BETWEEN
th Union and th Bunny South, I hav concluded
to ell out
ALL MY GOODS,
hjhizaO w cost.
Tha itock oonslst of th largest lot of
In tb city of Columbui;
S0IT FINISH CAMBRICS, - . -
COILABS, EDQINUS, 8KLBI BBATO,
HOSIERY. PINS BUXT0X8,
SUSPENDERS, HOOKS AND EYES,
and all kinds of '
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES; .. ..
thebeatnoOP SKIBTS tn Columbus, and at th
i Wbolesale and nctsUI.
Then, ladle, ell, bath great and anall, r
. Come, giv m a call, .
And then you'll dud A. M. K. SToaan "
In all hi Glory.
A. M. K. 8T0RRII, Agent,
Brmemher the War I No. OS Town sweet,
aprlL'dSra . Oolumbu, Ohio. .
TO BUSINESS MEN. ,
AN EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
reliable business men to eecure a profitable manu
facturing business, requiring bat Mull capital la Its '.
establishment and pro ecuilon.
Tbe manufacture oonslst In the application of pe
culiar composition or enamel to common red krleks. and
a variety or other nullum material, ornamental arcm
tectural finishing, eeilinga, tilt for Soon and for
This enamel may be tinted of any color, from th
purest white to th deepest b'ack, with all th color
and shades between. It impart to th articles to which
it ie applied a hardness and durability almoet Incredible,
and a beaaty surpassing that of the rarest and most oaatly
ot th variegated maroles. and, nulla them, 1 Impervi
ous to molstur, and will never fade ittln, or 4ter!r
ate. costing but a fractional pert of the prio of ordinary
It la also valuable tor table and stand tops, mantle-,
pieces, monnments, and an ndlea variety of other arti
cle! of staple use. Th process of applvtng th anamel
i simple, wnil m articles eoameieo will eommaoa a
ready tale, affording large profit. Reepon Ibi parties
may procure lloanet for manutaetarlng under the rtr ,
ent for any city or prominent town 1 the United States,
by applying to the subscnoer ' A small tariff on the ar
tlolee manufactured will be required or the ese of the'
invention. Ulrculara giving full particulars will b for
warded to all applicant.
The superior marli and beauty of this enameled balld
Ing material to anything In urn ha th .qualified In
dorsement ef many of the moi eminent sreaitMta and
seienitno men of thi and ether ettte. ... , - i .' n j
lor partlonlar addrees . t
, J0HHS05 It FXALt, !' ".:
flsaeral igeatt for Kaameled Bolldlcg Material,
p813a. . SS NASSAU ST., NSW YORK.' '
i . FIRST - ,
orENtntG of the mm
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
ATP P. ROSE'S.
-".-. f Ami, laa, it n A lnS nnreha I
porch 1 f
.j , m.w Vork at the ehelipeet panic rates All of wbtch '
IlhaltseM at the smallest prvflt. fof Cssh. Myeuslomr
r and frlrnds ar respectfully invited to call nd exam- ' "
lnemvOoodendPiioe,BI am determined to sell as n
oheap orontaperthan any other hous In theelryiaad -
a I do my own Cutting, and superintend my owabi-v
, i feel assured , trim my lung excerleoc la bust-1 i '
neee, lo give general satisfaction. Thefineet of wtrk- ; 'r
nn (reemployed, and all work don wrletty to Mm aod "'''
hrt nntloa. and warranted to fit. Btrannr visitlnw
enretty woaM eonsult their tntereit by giving m call
before purchasing elsewhere, i ;. . . autB, i
vin:uov ivivi, .
Cor Hlsh aod Town si.
FltlNO CLOAKS AN It BASQIAKSl
i wy ITYLBS tlmln Ac . No. t eli
Hlgk stie, hev Juiop4 wewetylesef Clot) C
cnAAB. Bisoetss and BACqusa, maJe In the newest and
most ylisn manner, aiso, nepiri,
Hiaek. ktllkia. vary heavy, deilgaed xpmsi (or
Mantillas and Baaqolae. aprilt
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