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?0L. VII. NO. 286 ; NEW SERIES:
COLUMBUS. OHIO. WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 8. 1861.
Ill DOLLARS PEB TUB,
IaTribly la Advance
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.7
fry
DAILY. TKI-WEIKIY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fTJBLISHJ BB AMD PROPRIETORS,
HT Office Sos. 86, 88 and 40, North High St.
TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADTANOI. .
Dally - $8 00 pr year.
" By the Carrier, per week, 18$ cents.
i.l-Weskly . . j oo per year.
Weekly. ... 1 00 "
eriiiM of Advertising bjr the Square.
nesquaro lyeai...20 00
On " U moults 18 00
3ne " 6 month, 13 00
3ne " 3 months 10 00
One ' i! month, 8 00
On ' 1 month. 6 00
One (quart 3 tk. .4 00
On . S weeks.. 3 00
One " Week... 175
One " 3 day... 1 00
One ' " 9 day... 73
One . " 1 Insertion 60
Displayed advertlssmeot half more than the eboTe
rates.
Advertisement leaded end placed In the column ef
Bneclal Notlcea," double th ordinary rata.
All notices required to be published by law, legal ratet.
If ordered on the Insioe exclusively alter the flret week
per cen;. more than the above rates; bat ell suoh wll
tppear In (be Trl-Weekly without charge.
Business Cards, not exceeding live lines, per year, In
ue, vzauiter 11110; ouisiuo fv.
Notlcesof meetings, charltablee oeteties, fire oompaBtee,
at half price.
All transient admrtlntment mutt t paid for in
idvanc i'-.e rule will not be Tailed (rem.
Weekly, same price as the Daily, where the advertiser
sesthe Weekly alone. Where he Dally and Weekly
re both used, then the charge forth Weekly will be
qui morales 01 the Dally
No advertisement taken ex oept for e definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A. B. SIUKIHS,
Attorney txt HmClxkt
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Amboi Building, opposite Oapltol Square.
colcmbus. onio;
OOXjTJIwII3TJS
Machine Manafacturing Company
APIDFAOTTJBtrie Of .
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Ceetinga, Itlll-Oearliig, Machinery.
alio, '
or ivier DwceiPTion. 7 . '
COXUITIBIJS, OHIO.
OBA8.AHB08.Sapi. . . P. AMDOB.jTreu. .
decll, lH5H-tf
nw& ioFv '
pr funo on o o e.Mje.e.o bTimIk IsJMI .
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton St Indianapolis!
Through to ludianaDolis without Change of Cars
and bat Ooe Change of Can between
Columbni and St. Louie.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
; . BUS.
FIRST TRAIN. '
(Dally, Uondaye excepted.) '
NIGHT EXPRESS, tia Dayton, at S:43 a. m., stop
ping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Middletown and Ilamll
too. errivingat Cincinnati at 8:20 a, m.; Dayton at 5:43
a. m., Indlanopolii at 10.40 a. m,;ct. Louiiat J150
P'm' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, st 8:10 a. m., stopping at all Sta
tion i between Columbni end Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m., Dayton at : IS a. m.f
Indlanopolii af 2;28 p. n.
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT EXPRESS, t :30p. m., itopplng at Alton,
JeHeraon, London, Charleston, - Cedanrille, Xenia.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow. Deerfleld. Toster's.
Loveland, Ulllford and Plainville, arrtvlog at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. m.l St. Louis at 12 m; Dayton at 6:33 p.
n.; Indlanopolie at 10:38 p. as,
. .1 . 1 Man " " i"- ' ,
aieeplnar Care on all Nlerht Train to
Clncluuatl and Indianapolle.
BAGGAGE CHECKED THKOCGH.
Vor further Information and Through Ticket, apply to
M. L. DOUEKTY,
Ticket Agent, TJnlon Deoot, Columbus, Ohio.
t. W. WOODWAED,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
JNO. W. DOHBHTV
Jnl3 , Agent, Colombo,
y
SOMETHING NEWe
HOWARD & OO'
AMERICAN WATCHES.
S.
0
ALL AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new make ef
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by' I; 110 WARD CO , Boston, Han.
These Wahihe are far siperior to anything ever offered
to th public, heretofore. Having the exclusive agency,
I can sell them t prices to suit th times. I have Jut
received a large stock of ,. .. v , , , w
AMERICAN WATCHES,1 :; ,
manufaotored by APPLET0N, TEA0T, t CO alio, a
ftne essortmentof ... . '
ENGLISH ANB SWISS WATCHES,
In Sola end Silver Case, at Panto priori.
Jan3 ' :" W.J. BATAOI. '
' - Jnit BetelTedl
tf( nr. CH G It GEN and ' BLACK
lUUTtAS 100 bags prime Bio Cooee.
15" pocket old Dutch Government Java Code.
IS bags Ceylon Coffee. . - . , . .
80bbls. standard White Sugars, oenslstlng o(Po
dred, Obrushed, Granulated A and B Coffee. 7
SO quintals Oeorge Bank Oodnsh. .
gObbls. Ues and No. 1 Mackerel. . , .
6 tea. Pick Salmon. . '.'
I0O bx. layer Benin. ,' . , .,..'- .
0 hf. box do . do, , , , . .. !. , , ' "
'OOqr. box do de . ,
yO M Olgara, different brand and grade.
hn wm Mcdonald.
My C.
Lit, LEY
I3XJNJ XUULi
A BlanfcSobVManoiitw .
JlP.h took RBKEX, COLOKBUB, OHIO
awava ...-il.e),)J., ,,,,.,.,, ,i iy .
FAIfllliV sri.siaiH.
WHEAT, BHANDEJ)
O W V K H3
rorsaleon a.
novW Tj-xl
;, WM. MoDON ALD'S, , "
IO0 South High street.,
A LEXANL.. ...
1.11.
lor Just opened at BAINS,
No. 20 South High street.
tHEnilPAt LIFE
OFNrw-sronK.
. . . "vn,frnian.
V Iaac Ai att, Secretary.
nei oa Ae.wiger.bmary I, J 801,
0G.OdOhnn.7A. ,
biobxst c&ninrjxrnjt cmrxj sutssi
V V rro"V,dl,Amon th ln.ur.dJ3I
w w -Jh.n be had by applyln, te
' FRED'K J, FAfj Aotnr. ' -
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ROYAL QUARTODICTIONARY.
The latestThe Largest Its Best.
The Cheapest Because the Best.
Tie Jnoet Reliable. Standard An-tboritr
( tUe English Lang-nage.''
Sla Hundred Smintnt JCiucatort of Ohio,
"THE BEST ENOLIBH DICTIONARY EXTANT."
.' , IMtrary lien Xeeryitaer. '
'Heie are npwardi of a Hundred Thousand Words,
whose multifarious meanlnn and derivations, toeother
with thel eorreot spelling, aid pronunciation ere clearly
set before tha e,e.
Cincinnati Qommtrtfal,
tad tht Dtctilon of tho Shmitri of th OMo Btato
T4aahtr'i Auooi ttlon. . 7
The undersigned, members of the Ohio State Teechere'
Association, adorn and aim to use In teachine. writing
and (peaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester's Koval Qosrto Dlotlonsry and we moat oor
dlally rrcommsnd it as the most reliable standard au
thority of the English language, as it is now written and
poaeq. . ... . ,
Loam AiroRiwa. President Kenyon Oollere.
M. O. l.tonrrr, tuperlntendent Znnesvlll Schools.'
Taos. W. tUeviY, Hup't Massllon Union Scheols
M. . OoWDaav. Sup't Pnbllo Sehoola, g and oaky
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rjr.
Wm. Mitchhx, Sup't Public Schools, U t. Unloo.
Jong Oodih, Principal State Normal School, Mlnne
eota. Onus Naiom, Prlnclpsl fourth Intermediate School,
Cincinnati. " - i i.
H. 8. Martm, Snp't Canton Union Schools. . ' .' '.
Eowia hae.L, Principal KcNeely Normal School
Ku T. Taitax, Prof. Hathemst'Ci, Ohio Unlvenlty.
Wm. W. Edwards. Sun't Trov Union richool. . i
A. 0. Horews, Principal West High School, Oleve
land.
B. A. NoaTor, Auoctate Principal High School, Olere
una
TnroBORi Btixuko, Principal High School, Olere
land. : ' ' i i ' ) c
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J. A. OaRruae, President of Electlc Initltute, Hi
ram. W L Harru, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan
University. .. . .,
H. H. Barriy, Ex-CommUsloner of Common Schools,
JaMss M omoc, Prof. Rhetoric, Oherlin College.
' Tbos.Biil, President Antloch College. . .
0. W. H. Oatboart, Prof, authematlce, High
pcaooi.layioD ( .
8. 0. CaoHaADeB, Prof, language, High School
8. H. Barikr. Sup't Union Schools, Ashlaed.
Jlort than tUm Bumdred other Prtoidmt of Colli.
01. Proftuori. AutAon and DMbumtthtd. duw
ori, navt enooreta im aoov ttntimmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. !
VaRIITta Couaoe "It la trulv a maonlfleent work.
an honor to the author, the nubliahars. and the whole
ouuwy. rresiaent Anorews.
Onto WmtTAR UmvutsiTV Tl exeeerls mv emerta.
Hons. It will be my guide in orthotraDbv and nronun.
elation, sod will often be consulted by me for It neat
ana aocurate aennlllom." President Thompson.
W. B. Bcucno Coixioa. "Heretofore we hava nmA
Webster's orthoxraDhr. At a recent meetlna of rat
Faculty, It was decided to change it to conform to thft
or Worcester1! Boyal Quarto Dictionary." President
uameia. .
Wmn Bxnxve Ooiuoe. "I And It worth of
wram approoauon.' rresiaent uiionoocc. . .
Oiibur Oousee. "It more than meet sav ameara.
Uons. I recommend It aa the standard uthoritvtn
oruioepy 10 my cnuaren ana my pupils." rresiaent
Aorgaa.
AamooB Coixaoi. "I adootand aim to use In leash.
inr, -wnuog ana spearing, ins ortnoxraDny ana nronun-
elation of Worcester' Koyal Quarto Dlotlonary."
President Bill.
In all mv wrltlne. sneaklnof. and teaching. 1 tiAva n.
deavored to conform to the rules for ortbography and
pronunciation as ooutainta in Worcester' DlolloDary."
Horace Mann, late President.
KirrroH Ooiuse. GiXBlia ''I most eordlallv reoom.
mond it as the most reliable standard authority of the
English language aa It I now written and spoken."
r f esuenr. Anaiew.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From It to. Anion Smyth, Commtitivntr of Common
ooooot rs 1H9.
"The Dictlonar Is an lmnerlshable monument to tha
learning ana maunryor its eutnor, ana an aonor to tno
world of letter. The mechanical exeoution I far aupe
. w i w u,vi wi, u.uui mwwvh n.M. .(in. a im
yqnalnted."
Irom Urn. a. u. Barney. jEa-Commiiriontr of
tokooU in Ohio.. . r , ,, , r
"The most reliable standard authority ef tb lan
guage." WHAT THR
Ijeadine 2Tewsiiaxera of OMo Say.
FtontM Cltvtland Berald of UartXW. r' '-
The orthography of the Weroeeter Dictionary Is that
used by most. If not all, author el distinction In this
country and England, and conform to the general usage
of ordinary writer and speakers.
- Whatever prejudices may have existed previously, a
oaref ul itudy ef this volume will invarlab'y be followed
by a warm appreciation of II great merits, end a destre
to add It to the well selected library, be It large or small,
It Is a library In itself, and will remain aa, imperisha
ble reoord of the learning of It oompiler. .
Irom tit Cincinnati Commoroial of April SO.
Here are upwards of a hundred thousand words good,
bad and Indifferent whose multifarloua meanings and
derivations, together with their eorreot spelling and pro
nunoiation, are set clearly oeiore the eye.- The wont le
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Word
ever published. '
Irom th Oltolani PlaindtaUr of Sept. W, I860.
Evidently Worcbtx''s Botal Quarto Diotiokart it
not only th Uut, but th best work of th kind ever
a,ndean by no possibility roner by comparison or
eon trovers. -.. ,
Trom th7bldoladQf MayW.
Ae to raoRowoiATiox. WoRoxma is tb Standard
followed by our best authors; In definitions he leaves
nothing to be desired, end in ORTBoaRArar II is sufficient
to say that wobcxstrr can be lateiy followed. . - - ,
INGHAM dc BRAGG,
Pnblituere, Boelceellere Sc Statlonera,
HO. 1S1 80PEBIOB ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT p -
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Of
Nbwarlt, INV.X.":;, ;
Dividend January 1, 1861, 45 Par Cont.
ASSETS..
..
1,81330 SO.
Btaavmeii Miliary l
1801,
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 186n.b.,3,406,$8 30
Beoelved for Premium dur
ing the tear ISO 8733.031 JJ- i
Beoelved for Interest during .
the rear.. IBtv Si OH IB t.-X'Zrj
Total rscelDis for I860.. .. 1977.0S7 74
Paid Claims by Death,SC7,030 00 .. .'.
Paid Policies surren- .
dered . 41.111 S3 ...
Paid Salaries, Po.t-
age. Tax, . m
chanat, eio 31.680 54 '
Paid Ooramiislons te - -
Aaent B1.3S5 30 .. . (.
Paid Physicians' feee. S.VM 75 ' ': ,..-i'M
Paid Annuities 1,417 04
Paid Dividend dur- " ,i.---
lng th lear 160,500 75 505,001 63 411,g76 14
Net Balance January 1st, ie01..........tJ,8lS,oM (0
': '. '. i - .:A8WXS- .y r!'? -
Cash on band.............. )6,0284 U .J) T
Ho naa ana aorigage on neai ... .
jc.tate, worm douoi tne
amount loaned... ........ 8.337.841 08 i l--r-! .V,
Premium Notes, on Policle v ' ' '" ' "
In fore, only rawing e pec ,7 ':; j' ll .
eent. interns,... ...... 1.S79.P84 17: .t.
Beat Estaie ; 80893 87 l: .n.V. .,,;
LoansouBorip. ....... 5,031 44 .:rj -.
Premiums, Nateiand Cash, la -,-. - - ,-UjV m.-. i.
Court ol transmusion.... i, : 43,313 75 - i .vt .. V
' ; ,. 4 .. .-: ir
; t Total Asset.. .... .,. J3,818,SttW
T,6T5Pollclrt mforos, ljisur!m.k.ft,48,o38
, 1,435 new Policies have been Isiued during the year."'
After a careful calculation of th nreaent va'na of tha
entetandlng Policies of the Company, and having tb
flesaeeflry amount la reserve therefor, th Directors
nave declared a Divinmn nt as m. m.i. th Pvni.
ST-LT-..!: . ."w" "' ,u P0"cl to m iton,
Msuoa Drtor to Jmn.- ituui u.. ... .u. I
present rule of & oY7rZ7?Z
Bate for ell blades, in. n t - -
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pany . " Tl Agroele of the Oom
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March.98, 1861.
. .uuntOD Ulock.
Colombo!, 0.
R LEACHED SHEETING-. .Nri
,u,.MH.iii wiouie,w am oe lebratt-e
now mum i- sTwuos vniieij n at very low pi-loi
t- . i . ; : i nam a son,
sprl .', .j.rt,. H.f9HHljhtnA
IIBK8,
Dally, per year.
.6 00
. 3 00
. 1 00
Tri-Weekly, per t eer.
- weexry. per yeai
President Lincoln's Policy—A Letter from Garret
Davis to Geo. D. Prentice.
BALTIMORE, April 28, 1861.
; . Geo, D. Pmntioi, E q , Dear Sir: Eerly last
week I determined, upon my own r flection and
lmpulee, to make a hurried run to WeahiDgton,
to take a eie of publie affaire tbere, aod from
there; and to talk with the Prealdeot and gome
of the members of the Cabinet in relation to our
national troubles, and bow the adminietration
intended to treat them. -
. I found the Preeident frank and calm, but de
cided and firm. ' He expressed deep oonoern
and reeret for the existine eonditiou of oublia
affairs, and bl hope tbat tbere would vet be a
restoration or the Union, and peace and amity
among all the State, He remarked tbat neith
er he, nor any. other President, who had been
eieoted by a party, could administer the uov
ernment in exact accordance with hie own opin
ions end judgement; but muet makeaomede
parture to eatlefy thoee wbo bad. placed blm in
power. Tbat, before the Carolinians bad made
tbtlr attack on rorl Humter, be bad deoided not
to reinforce or attempt 10 reiufoice ite garrison.
but merely, and only, to. aupuly lta handful of
famishing men witb food; and that be bad dis
tinctly communicated tneee purposes to tbe au
thorities of tbe Southern Confederation. Tbat
be also bad determined tbat. until ihe meet.
ing of Congress, he would make no attempt to
retase toe torts, so., belonging to tbe United
State, which bad been unlawfully seized and
wrested from tbeir poeseeelon. but would leave
tbe then existing state of things to be oonaider-
ea and acted upon by uongress, unless heehould
be constrained to depart from that purpose by
toe continued military operations ot tbe seced
ed States. 1 ; rt .
Tbe President further said tbat events had
now reached m point where it must be decided
whether our system of federal government was
only a league of sovereign and independent
states, irom woicn any state could withdraw at
pleasure, or; wbetber the constitution formed a
government Invested with strength and powers
sufficient to uphold its own authority and to en
force tbe execution of tbe laws of Congress.
That be bad no doubt of tbe truth of tbe latter
proposition, and be intended to make it good In
tbe administration of tbo government to tbe
extent tbat be should be sustained by the peo
ple of tbe United States- .-
" He remarked, also, tbat be had expected all
toe etaies, upon wnicn ne nao. made a requisi
tion for military aid to enable blm to execute
the laws, to respond to that call, and particular
ly the State of Kentucky, which had been si
loyal to the Union and faithful in the perform
ance ef all ber duties. Tbat he greatly regret
ted she had not acted up to tbe principles of ber
great statesman, now no more, and for which
sbe osst her vote in tbe late Presidential election,
"tbe Union, the Constitution, and the enforce
ment of the Law."
That he intended to make no attack, direct
or Indirect, upon the institution or proper
ty of any State; but. on the contrarv. would
defend them to the full extent with which
the constitution and the laws of Con ef ess
have vested him witb tbe cower. And that be
did not intend to invade with an armed force, or
make any military or naval movement arainet
any State, nnleaashe or her people ebould make
it neceeaary oy a tormidabie resistance of tbe
authority and laws of tbe United States. Tbat
If Kentucky or ber citizens tbould seize tbe
port of iNewport, It would become his duty, and
be might attempt to retake it: but be contem
plated no military operations that would make
it necessary to' move any troops over ber terri
tories, tnougn ne naa tbe unquestionable right
at an times to maron tbe. United mates troops
Into and over any and every State. Tbat if
Kentucky made no demonstration of force a
gainst tbe United States, be would not molest
ber. 1 bat be regretted the necessity of march
Ing troops across Maryland, but forces to protect
the seat of the United States government could
not be concentrated tbere without doing so, and
be intended to keep open a line of communica
tion through that State to Wasbineton Citv. at
any risx, dui in a manner least oalonlated to ir
ritate or Inflame ber people. . . ,
la this time ot gloom and danger, wben tbe
nation is being rocked to its base, and so many
States are leaping headlong Into tbe abyss . of
revolution, It is the paramount duty of every
true son of Kentucky to give all his efforts to
save ber from tbe fatal plunge, and thus keep
away from ber borders tbe most terrible of all
soourge,a oivil and servile war. Let ber not be
come a party to this most unnecessary .unnatural,
and revolting sectional strife.. Sbe had neither
part ner lot in bringing it on. It was precipi
tated by Us arrogant authors without conde
scending to consult her, against her earnest re
monstrances, and to put in peril all ber inter
ests, every hearthstone within her borders, and
all her women and children. Its flashes and
thunders are gleaming and breaking in tbe
Southern horizon over the guilty beads of those
wbo dared It, would have It. and tbere let it
rage and waste its fury. There is no call of
interest, of honor, or of duty upon ns to rush
into it and avert it from tbe South, and bring
down its fury upon ourselves. Will we permit
our ' sympathies for thoae wbo had none
for us, or our reckless knight-errantry, to
intervene at the cost' of having our fair and
peaoeful land ravaged with fire and sword t Let
Kentucky look to berselt and ber own self-pre-serratioe
in this dread hour. Let her stand
immovable as a rock peering above the tem
pest tost ocean, and as the red waves of war,
Rem North or South, beat against her firm base,
tei ner roil mem back who all their desolation
To enable her to perform tbls dlffioult and oeril.
oua duty, let ber olothe herself in full panoply,
Ket au ner men ana au ner youtna procure lor
themselves tbe most effective arms, and then
themselves form an independent organization
of companies,' regiments and divisions. Let
teem drill thoroughly, and always be ready to
defend their home and their State, from all
enemies, within or without. Lei tbem nut
themselves under the command of brave and
faithful men who are known to have no ohlect
but the defence and preservation of our Com
monwealth and tbe reconstruction of tbe Union.
Let as husband all our resouices and perfect
our military organization, and when tbe con
tending parties become worn and wasted bv a
prolonged and bloody war. we oan tben effect
ively Interfere to command a general peaoe. .
Faithfully t j
GARRETT DAVIS.
The Spanish Acquisition of St. Domingo in England.
[From the London Times, April 13.]
- wtw-
TW annexation gives room for numerous r.
fleotlonsand speculations.: Had it been a real
and voluntary return of a colony to the mother
country, after trying and experiencing tbe evils
of a turbulent independence for forty years, it
might well bave deserved to be ranked among
the most ourlous events In history, r. Our intel
ligence, however, from Cuba, seems to dlsored
It this view of the subject, and to tend to tbe
ooncluiion that It Is ratber to be considered as a
oarefully prepared and deeply concerted sohome
on the Pfrt of Spain to recover the first ef her
colonial possessions; Evea if this be so, tbe
event is hardly less ourlous. It was said but a
little while ago tbat the North American States
were) threatening spam with an Invasion of
Cuba'unless sbe could be prevAiled upon to sell
. . ..... . . . . "
'nem lD0 ,mna Ma now wt na SP"- n
aair nssAm hsj r n am it rr pa ).
self becoming the aggressor, and., instead of
urrendeiing one colony, aotually undertaking
tbe conquest of another. J Those wbo have felt
and there ere very few who bave not tbe
fnAn.nrmlril nt thonlrl MminiU li..,MHA r
r , ! .
k'wumtu iwi. inc. iwiiw.il vivaaurej iu
CI ul. Ill nA, . U.l.l. iMlt..,!.. l
emu: iisubb wits sunn umuw are oonnectea
(L Li I l ... .i , ..
rousing ltaelf ifrom the ignominious elumber of
two hundred, tad fifty years, and coming for
ward once) more to stay distinguished part oo
tbat theatre of the New World which, was once
almost exclusively ber own.
WW- .tvwuf;
tie to speculate very deeply as to the motives of
this singular step, it is very possioie mas we
see In them tbe first result of wnat is assuming
every day a more decided import we dissolu
tion of that great Confederacy which bas exer
oised hitherto to vast an Influenoe over tbe des
tiniea of tha Western World. Spain acts de
cisively, because she no longer fearejthe projects
of tbe United States, ana also proDaoiy wnn a
view to anticipate any enterprise on en. Domin
go which might be devised by the new Southern
Confederation. The United States are tasting
tbe first fruits of tbe policy or aisintegration,
and we cannot doubt they are bitter enough.
The glory I departed, indeed, wben Spain takes
up tbe policy of Lopez ana waixer, ana acts
without reference or regard to the feelings and
policy or the Union.
For ourselves, we have every reason to wish
well to any enterprise which will raise tbe power
and influence or opsin, and thus restore an im
portant element to tbe balance ol power in Eu
rope. Bat in bis case the leoiing is mixea with
very considerable alloy. In tbe first place, in
our capacity as creditors, it is rather mortifying
to see tbat Spain can nna money tor iron-ciau
shins, for wars with Morocco, and for tbe con
quest of San Domingo for everything, in fact,
except tbe payment of ber debts. We know
tbat it is very rude and Ill-bred to mention such
a tbing at suon a time, out we must neverthe
less Dosttivetr insist that tbe vioror shall oarrt
bis slave with blm in bis triumphal oar to the
oaoital. Then, we cannot conoeal from our
selves that this proceeding, as far as we know
anything of it, baa somewhat of a filibustering,
or at least Irregular, aspect. It is better to
consult the wishes of people before you enroll
tbem under your bauner, even though tbat ban
ner be the glorious Castles and Lions of Castile.
Tbis little preliminary1 bas been omitted, and
we cannot help suspecting it hag been omitted
for a very sufficient reason. It may probably
have occurred to the natives of St. Domingo,
just as it occurs to us, to ask what will be the
policy of Spain when she has obtained posses
sion of the island? Tbe channel between Cuba
and St. Domingo is only 60 miles wide, How
will tbe mother State treat the twoneigbbt
islands? Is St. Domingo to be dealt with after
tbe fashion of Cuba, or is Cuba to be raised to
tbe position of St. Domingo? At present it
seems aa if Spain could have but one object In
reannexing St. Domingo to her crown. Nobody
can oeiieve tnat sue bas tbe slightest intention
of giving freedom to the slaves in Cuba, from
whom sbe draws so large an amount of revenue.
Still lees, one would think, can she contemplate
governing, side by side, two islands placed
by Nature In exactly tbe same circumstances,
and only differing in this, tbat in the one tbe
black population are free republicans, and in tbe
otner, slaves in tbe lowest state of misery and
degradation. Tbe alternative Is, that Spain
must mean to reduce tbe free negroes or ot
Domingo to tbe same level as tbe black popnla
tion ol Cuba. If this be tbe meaning of the
enterprise, it is one abhorred alike by God and
man, and we shall not have to wait long before
we see it recoil upon tbe beads or its contrivers.
The March of the New York Seventh Regiment.
— Ingenuity of the Massachusetts
Eighth—Comparison Between Massachusetts
and New York Volunteers.
The New York Timet has a long account of
the trip of the famous Seventh N. Y. Regiment,
from New York to Washington, written by Fitz
James O'Brien, the accomplished lUterattur, au
thor of "The Diamond Lens," etc., who Is him
self a member of the Regiment. We oopy the
following: :
, "Gen. Soott bas stated, as I have been in
formed, tbat tbe march tbat we performed from
Annapolis to tne J -notion is one of tbe most re
markable oo record. I know that I felt it the
most fatiguing, and some of our officers bave
tola me that it was tbe most perilous. Tbe seces
sionists of Maryland had sworn tbat they would
cut to pieces mat itegimenc, ana it was actually
telegraphed all over the South tbat tbe threat had
been accomplished. We marched the first eight
miles under a burning tuo, in heavy marching or
der, in less than three hours; and It is well known
tbat, placing all elementary considerations out
of tbe way, marching on a railroad track is the
most harassing. W e started at about 7 o'clock
A. M., and for the first time, saw the town of
Annapolis, which, without any disrespect to
that place, I may say, looked very much as if
some celestial school boy, with a box of toys
unaer nisarm, naa aroppea a lew nouses and
men as be was going heme from sobool, and
tbat the accidental settlement was called An
napolis. Through the town we marched, tbe
people nnsympatnlzlng, but afraid. They saw
the Seventh for the first time, and for tha first
time they realized the men tbat they had threat-
enea.
Tbe tracks had been torn no between Annan,
oils and the Junction, and here it was the won
derful qualities of tbe Massachusetts Eighth
Regiment came out. The locomotives had been
taken to pieces by tbe inhabitants. In order to
prevent our travel. In steps a Massachusetts
volunteer, looks at the piece-meal engine, takes
up a nange, ana says ooouy, "1 made this en
gine, and I can put It together again." Engl
neera were wanted wben tbe engine wae ready.
Nineteen stepped out of the ranks. The rails
were torn up. Practical railroad makers ont of
tbe Regiment aid tbem again, and all this, mind
you, without care or food These brave boys, I
say, were starving while they were doing all
tbis good work. What their Colonel was doing
I can't say. As we marched along the track
tnat tney naa iaia, tney greeted ns with ranks
of smiling but hungry faces. One boy told me,
witb a laugn on bia young lips, tbat be bad not
ate anything for thirty hours. Tbere was not,
thank God, a haversack In our Regiment that
was not emptied into the bands of these ill-
treated heroes, not a flisk that was not at their
disposal. I am glad to pay tbem tribute here,
aid mentally doff my cap. -There
was one peculiar difference that I
noticed existing between the Massachusetts
Keglmeuta tnat we met In Philadelphia and
oor men. - The Massachusetts men to whom
all honor be given for the splendid manner in
wnicn tney aiterwaras eotea in a meet trying
situation presented a singular moral eon trast
to the members of the Seventh. Tbey were
earnest, grim, aeterminea. Badly equipped,
biggard, unshorn, they yet had a manhood In
their look tbat Hardships could not kill. They
were evidently thinking all tha lime of tbe con
test into which they were about to enter. Their
grey, eager eyes seemed to be looking for tbe
neignts oi Virginia, witn us, It wae some
what different. Our men were gay and care
less, confident of being at any moment capable
of performing, and more than performing, their
duty Tbey looked battle in the face with a
smile, and were ready to hob knob with an ene
my and kill blm afterwards. The one was
courage In the rough; tbe other courage bur
nished. Tbe steel was the same In both, but the
last ws a little more polished.". , '
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Napoleon's Tom in thi ' Invaum. Tha
Paris correspondent of the Daily fitwt, writing
on tbe 2d ult. says: "The translation of tbe
remains of Napoleon I. from the provisional
vault In the Chapel of St. Jerome In tbe Inval
Ides, where tbey bave lain for UO years, to the
grand orypt destined for tbeir permanent rest
ing piaoe, was accompnsnea at two o'clock this
afternoon. The Emperor, tbe Empress, the
Imperial , Prince, Prince Napoleon, Prlneess
Lucien, and Joachim Murat, and other members
of tbe Imperial family, were present at the eer
emony, as well as tbe members of the Imperial
household, the Marshals and Admirals, and the
Governor General of the Invalides with bis
staff. The ! Coffin was removed to the emit.
which allrisitors tb Paris have seen, and wbioh
is only a lew yards from the temporary grave.
by 24 Cent Gardes. The Cardinal Archbishop
ot Paris performed ' Vespers, After the cere
mony, the Emperor reviewed the Invalides, and
distributed crosses to some or tbe pensioners.
"Dav Cri Joil" As the volunteers ware
about leaving Eastoo for the war, a young nan,
a member of one of these oompanies, abed tears
when he bid bis mother "good-bye.",,iTba eld
woman anooaraired bin. saving. "Dew trnvJnaJ
itnasnowypwspujBAt-',:'i yj ui ;r -cn
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STONE'SBAZAAR.
No. 4 Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
A BE PtOWIlECEI VINO THEIR WIN
J TER GOODS, and invito tbe public to Inspect
uwm. no ucn stock oi uooas ns ever neen Drongnt to
this market. The South. In consequence of the failure
of the grain erop, has not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity or neb goods, ana wis isctnasiorcea tne
Importers to sell them at nubile auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone! bslnx In New York at these large sales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will sell our goods
hare, at less than aoy on who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New York. Our stock Is eompleta In
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCIA3,
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUG8;
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At me ball tlie Coat of Importation.
LADIES' FURS,
In all Varieties, ol the Celebrated
jnanafatare ef C. G. Gun
there Sc Son.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
lien's. Ladles and Children's Under Shirt and Drawer:
Ladies, Misie and Children' Hosiery of ill kinds, In
Wool and Lamb' Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
of every make.
ALSO
A crmplete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERE3,
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, &c, &o.
To persons who call on us, wa pledge our word to
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever seen In this market, or pay tbem on dallar per
hour while looking.
daci-uijxtawitw. biumjs a u iiinu,
Our Cough, Cold. Boarttmtt, Jnitu
enea, any Iritation or Sormtt of th
Ihroat. RtUevtth Hawking Cough
in Oonnmplion. Bronktiiit, Attha
ma, and Catarrh, Clear and gin
Itrength to th vote of
PUBLilO SPEAKERS,
and SINGERS.
Jew are aware of th Importance of cheeking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in it first stage; that which In Ihe
.. ..... - ..j i - i, i ....
Beginning wcuia yieia u, mn r, i"..cv,u.
containing demulcent Ingredient, allay Pulmonary and
Broocmeiimuuon.
BROWN'S I tThat troubl In my Throat, (for which
the ' TrooAef are a specmoi having man me
TBOCHEB
often a mere whisperer." .
1 r. WlLiLilO.
"I recommend their use to Poiuc Ssxak
BEOWH'8
rxs."
TKO0HE8
hev. e. unarm
"nv proved extremely serviceable for
BROWN'S
iiOAJtsmas.
REV. HENRY WARD BEECHER.
TEOOBES
- "Alnoet Instant relief la the distnaalng
labor of breatblnir peculiar to asthma. "
BEOWH'S
S8V. A. O. BUULXBlun.
"Contain no Opium or anything Injur!
TBOOHES
OUS." Kit. A A. UAYJtS, .
Vhemut, jsotcn.
A ilmol and pleasant combination for
BROWN'S
Cooous, ao."
TR00HE8
lilt. u. i. niusiiuw,
Botton.
"Beneficial in BaowcBmi."
lift. i. f.W. LANE,
Botton,
'I have proved them excellent for Waoor-
BROWN'S
TROOUES
BROWN'S
ure Cocoa."-
REV. H. W. WABHBN.
Botton.
"Beneflciil when compelled to (peak, suf
TBOOHES
BROWN'S
fering from Coin."
troches!
BJSV. D A . AfllfBason,
St Louit.
"KrncTOAL In removing Hoarsenes and
BROWN'S
Irritation of the Throat, so eonvaon with
Snaxxit and Siaons."
troches!
Prof. STACY JOHNSON.
La Orange, da.,
Teacher of Music, Sou then
Vernal College.
BROWN'S
TROCOEB
''Great benefit when taken before and after
BROWN'S
preaching, a they prevent Hoarsenes. Prom
their past elect, I think they will be of per
TROCHES
manent adventure tome.
BBV. I, ROWLEY. A.
President of Athens College, Term
BROWN'S
TRO0HE8
BjTBold by all Druggists at TWENTY'
ROBERTS k 8 AH CEL.
Druggist, 84 North HUh street.
B. E. SAMUKL CO..
83 South High street, Columbus, 0.
mar7-deodlm
TO BUSINESS MEN.
AN EXCELLENT CHANCE EOR
reliable business men to secure a profitable manu
facturing buiineu, requiring but a small capital In It
eatablUhment and proieoutlon.
The manufaotur consists is th application of a pe
oullar composition or enamel to common red bricks, and
variety of other building material, ornamental archi
tectural finishings, ceilings, tile for floor and for
roofing.
This enamel may be tinted of any eolor, from th
poreit white to th deepest black, with all tb colors
and ehadstbetWMn. It impart to th article to which
I applied a hardness and durability almost Incredible,
and a beauty surpassing that of th rarest and most oostly
the variegated marnles, and, anils them, I impervi
ous to moisture, and will never fad stain, or deterior
ate, existing but a fractional pert of the price ot ordinary
marble.
It I alio value bi ror tabic aoa stand tope, mantle-
pleoes, monument, and aa endless variety o; other s ni
cies of staple nee. The process of applying the enamel
tmpte, wnue in articles ensmaica win eammana a
ready sale, affording large pro A is. Reapoa Ibl parties
may procure lioonse for aaBUfaetarlog under th lat
ent for any city or prominent lewnlutheCnlUd Stale.
applying to tn suosorintr a small una on tb ar
ticle maaufastnred will be required for th ue of tbe
Invention, circulars giving full particular will be for
warded to all applicants
Tbe superior merit and beauty of this enameled build
ing material to anything in as ha th unqualified In
dorsement of many of the most eminent architects and
soientifio men ot this and other cities. , .
for particulars add rase ........
, . ;; JOHBIOH PBAIl,
General Agents for Xosmeled Building Haterlai,
apSdSa, NASSAU ST., NEW YORK.
.:.. FIRST
OPENING OF THE SEASON
or
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
AT P. ROSE'S.
AG All OFFER TO THE PUBLIC
an entire new (lock of Goods In my line, JuM parch.
aeed in New York at tbe cheapest panic rates ,ali of which
shall sell at th smallest profits, for Cash. My custom
ere and friends ar respectfully Invited to call nd exam
ine m Goods end Price, a I am determined to sell at
cheap or cheaper than any other house In the elty; and
I do my own Cutting, and superintend my own busi
ness, 1 feel assured, from my long experience In busi
ness, to lv eeneral istlifactlon. Th finest of work
men sre employed, and all Work don itrlctly to time and
short notice, and warranted to fit. Stranger visiting
uroity would eonsult their Interest by giving m call
before purchasing iswnr. r. nuns, ...
mere nam Tailor, -awchSO-dly
i Oor. High and Tewn at.
CPRING CLOAKS) AND BASQMESI
NSW BTYLES Bain fc San. No. South
Hlih street, have lust opened new styles or olotb Oia-
lab. Bao.ouh and BACQon, made In th awrt sad
most stylbh manner, am, asiwera rials
Black. Milks), very heavy, destined expreesly for
Mantillas and Batqulna. , aprilS
STEANB OHirrBMDEIt. . . RENaT T. 08ITTENDEN
v S. & He To CHITTENDEN,
,'V . . :.. ' ',' ATTORNEYS AT Uff.
STOIao,' 89 William Street, New Terk City, an
Paxmi)' Ruunura, Colombo, Ohio, , ; t , r ., . ;
JQ0arrul attontloa paI4 te OollecUona , . '
i tgri9min4x elf i t ;.-'. u . . V-
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Ayer's Sarsaparilla
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alterative that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Samparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power ns to afford on effee
tive antidote for the dint-OSes Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that 6ucb 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 provon by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints t ...
SCUOPOLA AND ScitOPOLOUS COMPLAINTS,
Eruptions and Eruptive Diseases, Ulceus,
Pjuples, Blotcues, TuMons, Salt Hueum,
Scald Head, Stpuilis and Svphilitio Ar
pzctions, Mbucobial Disease, Dhofsy, Nec
baloia on Tic Doulouiieux, Dkiiility, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Rose
oa Sr. Anthony's Fibe, and indeed tho whole
class of complaints arising from Iupuhity or
the Blood.
This compound will le found a great pro
moter 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 tbis remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through wliich the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out tlm
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin hi pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cieanso it wnea yon Una it is ob
structed end sluggish in tho veins j cieanso it
wncnever it is foul, ana your feelings will tell
you when. E ven where no particular disorder
is icit, people enjoy better Health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well j but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and doserves much, tha
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been cgregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has 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 thing 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 the use of the various extracts of j
barsapanlla which flood the market, until the
namo itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we caU this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by tho ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to securo their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
bo judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottlo. y
prepared by
DR. J. C. AYE It & CO.
loweTjT,. mars.
Price, SI per Bottle Six Bottles for $3.
Avar's Cherry Pectoral
has won for Itself such a renown for tho cure of
erry variety or Ihroat and Lung Complaint, that
ii. is vuureiy unnecessary ior u to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
TOR THE CORE 0
Cottieeneis, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dytcntenj, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Pilet, Iiieumntism, Eruption and Shin DUeases,
Livtr Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Tumort and
Salt Rheum, JPoitoj, Gotif, Neuralgia, at a
Dinner Pitt, and for Purifying th Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most scnsl
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in tho world for all the purposes of a
family physie.
Price 25 cents per Box; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, nave lent their
name to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agent below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their euro.
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more pro6t on.
Demand Aybr's, and take no other. Th sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it.
All our remedies are for sale by
ROBERTS A SllICEL, Columbus,
And bv Druggist and Sealer everywhere.
novfl:Iyd,iww
REMOVAL.
.S.IDoylo c&3 Oo.
HATE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE
to th South-west corner of Blah and friend
street,
"UP STAIRS,"
And will continue to kp oa hand a large stock of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Th attention of Varchants nut Dealers Is nsneetfnl.
Invited to our stock. S. DOTLE 4 Co.
xtarenwidiiiijarysi.
NEW HOOP SKIRT. ' ,
' . No. 59. SOUTH BIOS STREET. ..
Have just received a new make of TIOOP SKIRTS
Balshed in a meaner far superior to toj yet Introduced
for !- - , -
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS.
mhO. ':' ,'......
TRAVELLERS!
W:
Etf you go to Now York .drive direct to the
Sinil'HSVNlAN HOUSE,
BROADWAY, CORNER Of HOUSTON 8TEET
; i , , . Condoetsd oa th . .' '
EUROPEAN PLAN.
Good Fare. Good Rooms, froopt Attendance, tnd Mod
erate Chargee. ' ' .
SINGLE ROOMS 50 CIS. 75 0TS.and SI PER I AY. -,
DOUBLE ROOMS and PARLORS i,60 to S3.
Meats ( ordered. This Hotel has all th appointments
of la best hotels, meet eentral location, and I heated
throeghoai by etoem. . SAMUELS. MEAD. ;
, marohtdSm . , Proprietor.,
. llENUY KtEIILEH,
(Law of Phalon't Establishment, V. Y.,) Proprietors
. tha New York fashlonabl Shaving. Hair Outline
Bhampoonlng, Curling and Dressing Saloon. East Stat
street, ever toe rod umoe, where satisfaction will
be give) tn all the various branohe. Ladle and
unimren uair vreesing aon in ux beat style.
jjxi-aiy
A Hit FIGURED BLACK
A DRESS SILKS, of ever grade. In mow eelcct
assortment la th oily, and at moat reason. bl. rates.
., ... EAIlf A SON,
aprilS - ' , . v No. loath High street.
TjtLEOANT PLAIN BLACK MI.H.I FOB
JJJ street Baaojne aa ManUesj aw, juoa xrinrmui
anTsebtosMMh,A t v , BAIN
. .ic:ii; ; .:.: vv.-i.-..
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BEAUTIFUL,,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER!
OUR SPRING STOCK IS UNCiUAL
ly larre and well aa.orted. Tha verv latMt Datterna
from AHERIOaN, ENGLISH and TRENCH factories.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS,
SIDELIGHT
AND
i-
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades,
GOLD
i
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXTtJBES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL pictures
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
l003ou.tta.IIisla.St.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords and persons wishing quantities of
Paper will make money by baying ol u. Country
Merchant and person from abroad will do well to call
and see us. april l-dZmeodl R. A A.
MUST BE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
AT STORE
ToT7n Street,
AST PRICES
TO SUIT THE TIMES!
WAR! WAR!! WAR!!!
OWING TO THE WAR BETWEEN
the Union and thaSuonv South. I have eonelnded
Nil out
ALL MY GOODS,
ETEN '
DEDOW COST.
Th stock consist of th largest lot of
WHITE GOODS,
In th elty of Columbus;
JAC0HKT8,
CAKBRICI,
BBILLIAHTS,
XSSESALDAS,
MUUS.
PlilDS.
80IT FltTIBH CAKBRICS,
GOiLASS, EJJOLNGI, BKTBT BBATD,
H08IBEY, PUIS BUTT05S,
8TJ8PE5DEEJ, HOOKS AHD EYES,
and all kinds of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES;
best HOOP SKIRTS la Columbus, and at th
lovutt priot,
WJieleietle and Retail.
Tben, ladle, all, bsth great and (mail,
Oom. glv me a call.
And then you'll Bud A. V. K. Stoxii
la all hli Glory.
A. M. K. 8TORRIK, Agent, .
Remember th War I No. 81 Town (treet.
aprllidlm . Columbus, Ohio. -
NEW ARRIVALS
Spring & Surnmer Millinery.
The Btook Replenished -,
'. D ATTsY
FROSI LATEST ISIPORTATIONS OF
NEW YORK.
MY STOCK Of
Spring &So2rimer Millinery
I now complet, eompri!lng every variety of Mlllln- .
ery; also, a Urg assortment of Embrolderle, Hosiery . .
and Notion. Ao,, and In quantities and price that
not fall to suit all who may favor us with a call. The
goods have keen bought at Panic pilots, and will be sold
a small advance on cost.
HILL IS BUY.
Miss M, E, YOUNG, late of New York City, '-
will snptrlnhrnd th Millinery Department. Her long
experience tn tb moil fashlonabl Ismbllshmenl In' '
Broadway will alone be a warranty that eh will be aUe
flv entire eatUfaetlon la matters ef fast to all who
may fetor hsr with their order. . ,
Th Ladle ot Oolumbus and ridnity will pi so-'
oept my sincere thank for their liberal patron age, and '' '
would respectfully solicit a eonllauanc of the aam. ,
IL H. WAKE, r .
68 East Tw St. Celnnabna, O.
prll-d3m-eod
Irish Linen Goods. ' "
WARRANTED FAHRIO " ""'
Llaen Sbtrt Besoen Pata and fancy . j ; . ,
, j, Bhlrting and Bosom Linens. ' .
Linen eheetlnge and Pillow Caatngs.
Linen Oeeabric and Long Lawn. . .
' " I Linen Pocket -handk'fa, all iiae. "
.'i I .-; . Llna Towelling and Diaper.
Lleen Napkins and D Oyllee. .. .
Lines Table Cloth aod Batln Damaek. ' '
' Linen Towele with eolored korSer.
.:..: Linen Stair Oererlngeaad Crash. ,.
for sale at law prioee.
. . RATW A SON. '
rebtt No. South High street.

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