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VOL. Vlli. NO. 10. NEW:
COLUMBUS. OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING. JUNE 20, 18.61.
in collars rzs txab,
InTarlably la AdTanen
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sites
DAILY. tfcl.WOTtY AND WEEKLY
'MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fOBIISHlBS AUD PROPRIETORS,
a CT OfflM Xmi 86, 88 tni 40, Horth High St.
.oi.'i TJSBM8 INVAH1ABI; IN AOVAN01.-
Aiily - !: - . . ... $o 00 per yiar.
,", ut.iu tuner, per wooic, a wnti.
'frl.WejklT '. . 8 00 peryr
cnu or Advertitiinv by the Square.
at iqnre 1 yi . .-. f20 00
Om jH-cM nobth 18 OV
3n " (i monlhi IS 00
0n -' Inontln 10 0
9ne - it moutln H OU
Oat ' 1 month, S 00
One nara 3 weeki
4 00
Ob. . ". , Jl eeki,
One ' 1 waek.
On i " ' iy,.
3 00
1 75
1 00
One . Sdnyi
.74
One
1 lnwrtlon SO
DlipUyed advertliimenti half more tbu the abor
rite. , .-
Ailveitlemfati teaJf J and placed In the column of
epxiai aoucei," aouou int oratnary rmti. -Ail
notices reiiulred to be uublUbedby lar, legal nitei.
4i omoreu on ine inatae exciuitvety aiwrtneomweeli
per cent, more than tbe above ratee; bat all tuoh Wll
appear in in Tri-weeary without oharee.
B Jslnciie Oardi, not exceeding flreUuei, perjear, In-
up, v per iiuoi fiuuiue ...
Noticea of raeetli.ci, charitablei oclctUi, Ore oompanlei
half m' .
All tranBftnt aitttUemmit mutt it paldot in
advanc Tut rule will not be taried from.
Weekly, same price a the Daily, where the adTertlser
aeithe Weekly alone. Where rh Dally and Weekly
rj both used, then tbe charge lor the Weekly will be
iri me rates or tne unuy
No advertisement taken except for i definite period
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A. B. SIMKD.S,
Attornoy ett Xjaxv
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Ofllce Anions Bnilding, opposite Oapltol Square.
COLUMBUS. OHIO
ooxjTtbxxittsp ; :
Machine Maiiufadnring Company
. . . ANDFACTURtM Of
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtingi, Mili eearlng, Machlutry. , ,
;: also,
Railroad. "7Voj?1x.
or intr Druckir-rioH.
... -:i'- vuLutriBUH, oiiio.
0I1A&. AM BOB, Snp't. P. AM BOS. Treu.
deell. IMSH-tf -
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to iDdieaeDolis Change of Car
. and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and StXduis, 1
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
-jy i! uM BUS. .. )!. ,.
' ii t. : " H i
,"riKST TRAIN. ' . ..
(Dally, Mondays excepted.) J Y
wTnn'P VYiuuafL mia llavlnn. ak 8:4S a. rn.. atom
plug at London, Xenix, Dayton, Uuldletown and Hamil
ton, arriTlngatClnelnnatl at 8:20 a. m.;Daytoa at5:
a.n., Indlaaopolisat 10; 40 a.m.; ft. Louis at 1150
l B" SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m., stopping at all Sta
tions between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:03 a. m., Day ton at 9: IS a. m.,
lodianopolis af 2;W p.m.
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT KXPREBS, at 8:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oedarville, Xenla,
Bpring Valley; Corwin, Morrow, Deerfleld, roster's.
Loveland, Hillfordand Plalnvllle, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:30 p. m. 8t. Louis at 12 m; Dayton at 8'3S p,
Indlanopollsat 10:38 p. m.
etloeplnx Car on all Night Trains to
Cincinnati and Indianapolis.., ..
IIAUOAGE CHi:JKi: THUOIOII.
For further Information and Through Ticket, apply to
M. L. DOIIHRTY, - .
Ticket Agent, Colon Depot, Columlms, Ohio. 7
E. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
'. JNO. W. DOIIHRTY
jnl3 Agent, Columlms,.'
of
by
to
It
... . Juit Beceivedl , . (.
1AA tlF. CII OHGEN and BLACK
lUU TKA9 100 bags prim Rio Cone
1 AO pockets old Dutch Government Java OorTe.
lb baga Ceylon Coffee.
90tbl)li. sundard Wblt Sugars, consisting of Povr
drel,Cbrbed, Granulated A and B Ooffe. '
SO quintals Georg Bank Codfish. i- " '
20 bbls. Mess and No. I Mackerel. '
S tea. Pick Salmon. ' '
10O bx. Layer Raisins.
60 hf. box do do
lOOqr.box do d
lOO M Cigars, different brands and grades.
noVJ7 - ' - WM. McDONALD
M. C. LILLEY , 1
And Blank-Book Mannfantorer, .:
H0ETH HIGH BTBSXT, COLUMBTrt, OHIO
marl l-dly
Red, White and J5Ine ';
TMEL4INES.
U CALICOES
stmitnajs. .
NECK TIES.
Jiutornedbyi"-)'1
apr89 tf. iu k
... BAISkBON, '
No. S9 South High street,
A HEW HOOP SKIRT. ,. , j V", , :! .
, Il'LXN" cD'SOIV,'';
No. 29, SOUTH HIGH BTBIf T. V.r'.'i.
Hat Just received a new meVe ef HOOP BKIBTS
flalshed In a manner fr superior to any yet Introduced
t0buRABILlTYi AND GRACEFULISiSS.:
FAiaiLV' FLOCK.';. 'K'.t
ryniTE wheat, branded.
Prom ""BarnsH Mil rs," Springfield, O.th bsthrn(I of
Vloar Drougoi w our mamei. Batiitaction goaianteea
for ie oniy w mouoM ax,u-j,
nort7 ", lOtt South HlB
lOtt South HUb itreet.
Irish ,' Jinen Goo'da. v
i
WAKHAINTED FABRIC ''. . ,r m. ,
Linen Shirt Bos ms Piain and Pane
.,....- SWrUng and Bosom Linens. .. ,, ,
" Linen Hheetlngs and Pillow Casings.
'f -c ( ci Line OsmbrMand Long Lawn.'
Linen Pocket -bandk fs, all else. .
. . i lr!jli bt'J- Linen Towelling and DUperl
., Linen Napkin and D'Oylle. , i ; .T .
ItnenTableOlothsandBatlnDamaaki.
ri . . Llnsn Towels -with ooiored borders, -i- '""
' Linen Bulr Coverings and Crash.
Ar . ".'?: lor sal at low price. l-
BATN Ac SON,
fcbM No. W South Hlah street.
-pORNKIS, niBBONS TABS, AND
XJ huuueb, newstyies,juaipwiiu
..-'.. i r BAIN t BON, "
aprll5,,,.. ,, No.S0 South High .tree!,
ALEXArTDKES KID C( LOVES.
All sltesaiidwlursiud opened at BAINS, ;'
dec. 11. No. couth High street
to
-
r
-cent.
.
WORGBBTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY,
tr-J,l I...'; i
The LatflitTb LargeitTho Best,'
The Cheapest Beoaoie the Beit.
'Tb Moat Kollafti Standard An
tliorltr of ttto Ens;lUb Iiangitat;o.
Gto Evmini Eminent Biucatort of Oh to,
"THB BEST IKQLIBH DlOTIONAET IITANT."
' "- Library Men Swrywtor.
"Ileie are unwirdi of a Hundred Thousand Words.
whose multifarious meanings and derivations, together
with theli oorrect spelling, aad pronuDelallon are clearly
uthefora lha . '
,.i ' (Hnoinnati Qmmtrtial,
Stat tftt Dccttlont of tho Member of tht Ohio Stat
, , -, , yeoxuter'a asootuffon.
The undersigned, members or the Ohio Stat Teacher'
Association,' adopt an aim to as in teaching, writing
and. speaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester's Koyal Quarto Dictionary, and w moat cor
dially reoommend II a the most rallabl standard au
thority of the Inglish language, as It I now written and
poaen. ....
Loam Annaiws, President Kenyon Oolleg.
U. D. Lsoorrr, Superintendent lanesvllle Schools
Thos. W. Uaavav, Bup't Massllon Union Schools.
U. V. Oowoaar, Bup't Publlo School, Sandusky.
Joim Ltmoh. Suo't Publlo School. Oiraleville.
8. N. Saxroan, Principal Cleveland female Semina
ry- '
Wax. Mitchell. Bud's Public School. Mt. Union..
Jon Osdin. PrinolD! Btat Normal School, Minne
sota. .
Oralis Haaoit, Principal fourth Intermediate School,
uincinnau.
H. 8. Matih, Sup't Canton Union School.
Kdwik Bcoal, Prlnolpal alcNeely Normal School.
Eli T. Tami), Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
. War. W. KnwakM, Sup't Troy Union School. i
A. a. Horxin, Principal West High School. Cleve
land.
8. A. NoaTOR, Associate Principal High School. Cleve
land. . . -
XmoDoai Btmliho, Principal High School, Cleve
land.
R. P, Humrroii, Principal Cleveland Institute.
J. A. GaaruLD, President of Klectlo Initltute, Hi
ram.
W. L. IURaif. Prof, of Chemlstrv. Ohio Weslevan
university.
H. it. Bxxxrr. Sx OommUsloner of Common Schools.
Ohio.
James Wohiioe, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College.
Tuoa. Hill, President Antloeh Oolleie.
0. W. H. CiTHCAET. Prof. Mathematics. Hlih
School, Dayton.
C. CaunaaoH. Prof. Lanruaw. H ah BchooL
vayion.
B. M. Baser, Bup't Union Schools, Ashland
Hart than Sm Sundrtd othtr President of (Ml
pis, rropuort, jiviwr ana tmunguuiua nawn
tor, hav mdorud tht abot ttnUmtnf.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Marietta Coixeo "It I truly a munificent work.
an honor to the author, th publishers, and the whole
ouniry." rresiaent Andrews.
Ohio Weslctak Umiveksitt ..." It exceeds my exnecta-
tlons. It will be my auld In orthoiraDh and nronun-
elation, and will often b consulted by me for It neat
and accurate dehniliona. f resident Thompson
W. E. XcLacno OoLLxe. "Heretofore we havenaed
Webster' orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faculty.lt was decided to Chang It to conform to that
of Worcester's Hoyal Quarto Dictionary." President
uarueiu. . . .
West a Rnmva Collios. "I find It worth of
eoraiai approbation.-' rreaiueni riiicucocx.
OintLiH CoiLis. "It mora than meet m emacia
tions. I recommend It u the standard authoritv In
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." President
Morgan.
Aktioch Collm. "I adopt and aim to use In teach'
writlni and sneaking, theorthograolur and nronun.
elation of Worcester' Hoyal Quarto Dictionary."
rresiueni mil. ,
"In all my writing, speaking, and teaching, I hav en
deavored- to. conform to th rule for orthography and
pronunciation as contained la Worcester's Dictionary."
Horace Mann, late President. . , ,.
Kxirrorr Collm, Gajs bie. "I moat cordially reoom-
mond It a the most reliable standard authority of tbe
English tanging a It 1 now written and spoken."
President Andrews.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Rro. Anton Smyth, Oomminionr of Common
Sohoot in Ohio.
Th Dictionary la an Imperlshabl monument to the
learning and Industry of It author, and an honor to th
world of letters. The mechanical execution I far supe
rior to that of any othtr Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted."
Prom Eon. B. B. Barmy- Ea-Qommiuioner' ot
School in onto., , , , -,
"The most reltabl standard authority of. the lan
guage.'' . i '
WHAT TUB
Leading Newspapers of Ohio Say.
Iron th Olovland Btrald of Marth 38.
Th orthography of tht Woroester Dictionary I that
used by most, If not all. author of distinction In this
country and Holland, and oonorms to the general usage
ordinary writer and speakers.
Whatever prejudices may hav existed previously, a
careful study of tbta volume will Invariably be followed
a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
add It to the well aeleoted library, be It large or small,
Is a library In Itself, and will remain an imperlsha
bl record of th learning of Its compiler.
Irom th OinoinnaS Ommoreial of April 80.
Her art upward of a hundred thousand word good,
bad and Indifferent whoe mnltlfariou meanings and
derivations, together with their correot spelling and pro
nunciation, are Ml clearly oerore tne eye. Tne wort is
unquestionably tbe greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever published.
Irom th Clevttand Plakatakr ofBtpt. 80, 1SC0.
Evidently WoRcnrm' Rotal Quarto Diotioiurt fs
not only th kitt, but th tar toor of tht kind tnr it-
sued, and can by no possibility su3er by comparison or
controversy. . j
from Vi Toledo Blad of May 29.
Aa to noKtmciATioir. Worce-stx. is the Standard
followed by our beet authors; in definitions be leaves
nothing to be desired, and In Orthoorapht It I sufficient
say that Worcester can D safely followed.
iNGIIAra Y BRAGG, - - -Publishers,
Bookeellers Ac Stationers,
NO. 191 BUPBRIOR ST., ChEVBLAND, OHIO,
maid
THE MUTUAt BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
op
JNTowetX'ls.s 1ST- sT.
Dividend Jannarr 1 , 1 86 1 S Per Cent.
AB3ETB..'..." 50.
Statement Januarr It 1881
Balance, per stateaaent Jan. Ut, I860 3,106,J8J 39
Received for Premiums dur
ing th year 1UU0.. S7C3.053 55
Received for Interest during
th year I BOO 914,014 19
Total receipt for 18C0... -.1977,087 74
Paid 0 lalms by Death,907,0J0 00
Paid Policiea surren
dered 41,111 20
Paid Salaries, Post
age, Taxes, Ex
change, ito 31,030 M '
Paid OommUslona to ;
Agent 51,395 30 . ...
Paid Physicians' fee. S.Vot) 7S '
Paid Annuities 1,517 00
Paid Dividends dnr
ing tht year 106,500 75 565,001 03
411,976 14
Net Balance January 1st, 1P01 .-..13,819,558 50
- A8B1TS. '
Cuhon hand........'...-.. SO, 0284 19
Bonds and Mortgage on Real r ... .
Katate, worth Ooabl Um ,v
amount loaned 8,397,841 08
Premium Notes, on ?ollols , ' '
in force, only drawing 6 per
Interest. l,m,M4 17 1
Real Bstaie.... u " 90,693 97 ' .
Loans en Scrip..... '.1,93144
Premiums, Notes and Oaah, In ,' ' .
count Of transmUrtlon,.,..' ' 43,343 73 : , ', ' ';
' Total Asset.
83,618,556 SO
T,5T5 PoUclM In fortt, Inurinf.....'.tss,486,fi38
'1,435 nw Pollde hay been uu4 daring tht year.
-After a careful aloalatlon of the praatnl value of tht
outatandlag Policies of th Company, aad having Lb
ntamary amount in reserve inereior, in Afireoior
hav declared a DrvrDtxaof 49 per cent, on tht Premt
nm paid at th table rate, to all pollute for life In fore,
Issued prior to January 1, 1860, payable tordlng to th
present rule of the Company.
Batee for all kind of Life ConUngenelef, Protpeot
usei, Btatossont, and Applleatlooa, will b furnished
wiTuovTAEttoQlttorAgMltt tht Coat'
ptiixy
J 'j '"l J"T,I'-'TTrlB0N, President.
BINJ. 0. MILLKR," gJfWFrHlAmt. ;
imt W. 4 4ohoson fllook, '
MarchgS, 1801., ,,,, . , , Oolnmbna, 0K
Ha. is a una as a utmiSTIrlGS AND
BIMDT.fia 11 JIL. . . . as
.ui.iu,ua,wi iuuw,H MflieueMSIM
new offered la greatest variety and at very low price.
IAIN is IomT
. IIBT gf Saw II a ww. 7 ". .
yiiM
89 High itree
Ayer's Srsaparilla
A compound remedy, desfgned to be the most
effectual AUtrativ that can be made. It It
a concentrated extract ot Para Saraaparilla,
ao combined with other substance of still
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
five antidote for the diseases Sarsapartlla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy it 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
ot tne worst cases to be round of tne following
complaints: av-
' SCROPOIA AND SoHOPttOVS CoJIPtAINTS,
.lauptions and jbbuptlve diseases, ulcers,
Pimples, Llotches, Tumors. Salt Rueux.
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Mercurial Disease, Dropsy, Nec-
halo i a on lio Douloureux, Demuty. Dvs
PEPDIA AND INDIOESTION. ERYSIPELAS. RoSB
on St. Anthony's Firs, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arisinj. from Impurity or
thb Blood.
' This compound will treiund 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 niDDed in the bud. Multitude can. hv
the aid of tills remedy, spars themselves from
the endurance of fouL eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through winch 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 the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when you find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
wnenever it is foul, and your feelings will toll
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
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. . Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and tho great machinery of
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 has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more becauso many preparations,
protending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any tiling else.
During late vears the nublic have been mis-
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
ot extract ot Sarsaparilla tor ono dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
iney 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
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and lias become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Stul
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescuo the
nam from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And we think we havo ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the 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
the bottle.
frepareo dt
DR. J. C. AVER fc CO.
LOWELL. MASS.
Price, tl per Bottle SlxBottWa for 93.
Ayfcr's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself uch a renown for the cure of
every variety of Xhroat and Lung Complaint, that
it ii entirely unnecessary for us 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 neonle it oualitv la kent nn tn ha heat
it ever hat 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,
FOR THE CUES OF
Coitivenest. Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indioeslion.
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
1'ilct, liheumahsm. Eruptions and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt Hhe'im, Warms, Gout, Neurahia, as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood.
They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasnntlv, and they are the
oest aperient in tne worm lor an tne purposes or a
family physic.
Price 23 cents per Box ; Fivo boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen. Fhvaicians. States
men, snd eminent personages, hare lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space hero will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions of the nlmre
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
Do not be put off bv wiDrincmled dealer with
other preparations they make mors profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it.
All our rcmodies-are for sale by
ROBERTS A SAMUEL. Oolnmbna. '
And by Druggists and Dealers rrywher.
novv:iya,iwsw
CANADIAN 4 TOTTED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AND FHOIl
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and.
N23W. irozixs..
Th Montreal Ocean Steamship Company' first-class
rull-powered Clyde-built Bteamtr sail every nai
nrdar from PORTLAND, carrying th Canadian and
United States Hall and passenger,
NORWEGIAN. NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON. HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOVAB0OT1AN.
Shortest, Cheapens sand Quickest Con-
veyaase xrous
AXEBICA, TO ALL PABTI Of EUB0PX. .
Rate ot FasMHtoe to Europe).
Sao, pao. tieo.
Will nil from LIVERPOOL erery Wednesday,
and from QUE BSC every Saturday, ealllng at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Hails and
Passenger, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
- BTThes Steamer art built of Iron, In water tight
tompartment, oarry each an experienced Surgeon, and
very attention i paid to th comfort and acoorornoea-
tlon or Mssenger. A tney proceed direct to iiUNDUN-
DBRY, the great risk and delay of calling at St. John'
I avoided.
Glasgow passenger are furnished with ran passagt
ticket to end from Londonderry.
Return UokeU granted at reduced rates.
Certificate Issued for tarrying to and bringing ont pas-
pal towns or urea t Britain and
Inland, at reduced rate.
by tht line of steamer, and
by th WASHINGTON LIN Of BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week
leaving uvtrpooi every weex. -Sight
Drafts for sand tsawarde pay
ante an r.u,iiuu irmauui cue a-
a
land or Wales
for passag, apply at th Offloe. (3 RHOAD.
passag, appi
if. New V(
WAV, Neat York, and 19 WATCH ST.,
Liverpool,
BABEL k BXaKIE, Osnersl Agents,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
' aolO-lydaw ' , Post Office, Columbus, Ohio.
HENRY KtElILEita
(Late of Phalon'i Establishment, N. T.,) Proprietor o
th New York fashionable Shaving, Hair Cutting
Bhampoonlng, Curling and Dressing Saloon, last Bute
street, over tht Poet Offloe, where satisfaction will
be given In all th various branehe. Ladle and
Children's Hall Dressing dons la tht bast style.
' Jri-Hy
rtPRINO CLOAKS AND BASQINES!
O II STYLES-Bain Ac Son, No. 8 9 South
High street, hav Jastopeaed new style of Oira Cia
on las. BASDtHin and SAoarja, mad In tht newest and
neaaatvllsh - manner. Alio, t)Uer Plain
Black Milks, vary hVi Ivl'iavl wreesly for
7V
BEAXJTIFULf,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER!
OCR SPRING STOCK IS PNCSUAL
ly large and well aeeorted. The very latest patterns
from AHBRI0AN, ENOLIBH and f RKSOH fsctorles.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS
SIDELIGHT
AND
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades,
GOLD
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXTURES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
lOO Qoutll DEIlSlxOt.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords and parson wishing quantities of
Paper will make money by buying ot us. Country
Merchant and persons from abroad will do well to call
and see ns. aprll 1 cKmeodl R. A.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMILY GROCERIES.
No. 108 South High Street.
Wm. IIcDOMLD,
DEALER IN
TBA.S,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES
IN ALL 'HEIR VARIETIES.
Dally rrival of Goode '
For the Full and Winter Trade
Of ;1860-61
U7HETI7HNING SINCERE THANKS
TO THE PUBLIC for past favors and patron
age, and being DETERMINED to MERIT
a continuance of same by strict attention te
trade, and prompt delivery of Goods,
I would call th notice of the publlo to the faot that
having ta Large and wall Selected Stock on
hand, and being tn'daily receipt of goods from th differ
ent markets, I Batter myself that I can offer to tht clU-
sens of Columbus, or to any who may deilr to parch,
an assortment of articles appertaining to the GROCERY
trade, UN EQUALED by any house In the oity.
Tht price and quality of the goods offered, I gnsr.
antee to grlve satlefactlon.
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
novS7. WM. MoDONALD.
Wllliiana G-lll
COLUMBUS. OHIO,
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
And Seed Store,
DEALER IN
GENERAL HARDWARE,
NAILS, GLASS, SASH, PUTTY, C0RDAGI,
Guns, Pistole Wood Willow Ware,
sther and Rubber Belting, loot Leather, Hoe and
king. tbl-dly
NEW ARRIVALS
OF1
Spring & ' Summer Millinery.
The Stock Replenished
DAILY
from: latest importations or
NEW YORK.
MY STOCK Of
Spring & Sunmer Millinery
It now oomplete, comprising every variety of Millin
ery; alto, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Notion, fte., and In quantities and price that can!
not fall to salt alt who may favor ns with a call. ' Thf
goods hav been bought at Panlo prices, and will be sold
at a small advance on cost.
HILLIHEBY
Miss M. E, YOUNG, late of New York City,
will superintend tht Millinery Dtpartsunt. Hr long
experience" In the most fashlonabl Eitabllahmtnt la
Broadway will alon bt a warranty that tht will be ablt
to glv sntirs satisfaction In matter of last to all who
may fkvor her with their order. ' "
Th Ladle of Columbus and vicinity will plea ac
cept my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
I would respectfully solicit s contlnuano of th
R. H. WARE,
68 East Town St., Colnsnbne, O.
prll-d3m-eod
Dissolution.
THE CO-PARTNEHSHIP HERETO,
fore existing between the undersigned, under th
Arm nam of AitUBi nunu at luunroun, waa uiaioiv
ed by mutual consent on tnt nrat uay or April, 1001,
Tht busineetot tht lata firm will be eettled by B. B,
ARMSTRoaa, who continue th business at th old (tend.
B. B. ARMSTRONG
aylS-dJw.. . J. SHOMPBON..
ISTEIIIOBRTI TO SELL
naekaaw of STATIONERY and JEWELRY, at
price one-third Us than eaa be parthaH tlaewher
alall on or aum ea laiamp waeivs-wy ihi,bj
1M Court St., Boston, Haft. inarcll S8;43n,
.
$)ib Statesman
IIIMI,
Dally, per year ...fC 00
Tri-Weekly, pr rear 8 00
Weekly, per yeat , 100
Capture of a Slaver.
ARRIVAL OF THE SLAVE SHIP NIGHTINGALE AT NEW
YORK.
YORK. [From the N. Y. Post, Saturday.]
Tbs sblo NiebtloKsle, J. J. GJthtle, United
States Navy, oommaodiDg, arrived st tbls port
this morning Irom Monrovia, whicn port she
left May 13th. She Is anchored st Quarantine.
Tbe Nightingale was oaptured April S3, off
Kabenaa, on tne western coast oi Africa, dj
the United States sloop-of-war Saratoga, bar
ing on board nine hundred snd fifty negroes.
She was taken Into Monrovia, where tbe cargo
was pnt on shore. Tbe slave cargo, which was
lsnded, consisted of 373 men, 97 women, 840
boys sod 99 girlg making s total of 601160
having died on the passage from Kabenda. .A
prigs crew of twenty-six men was pat on board
the vessel from the Saratoga, snd tbe ship
brought to tbls port. There has been consider-1!
able sickness smoog ths crew on board the
Nightingale since leaving Monrovia. Tbe fol
lowing men of tbe Saratoga bave died: Henry
Nsgle, ordinsry seaman John Edwards, lands
man; and Michael Redmond msrlns.
Tbe Nightingale is s dipper ship of eleven
hundred tons burden, built st Portsmouth N.
H ,and originally Intended for tbe Baltic sod
Australian trade, but st tbe builders did not
fulfill ths contract she passed into otber hands.
Shs sailed from this port September 13th, with
s load of grain for Liverpool, snd arrived at
that port October 6ib, where she discharged
her cargo snd was up for tbs East Indies. Sbe
sailed Irom Llreroool December 2d, snd on the
14th of January" snohored st tbe island of St.
Thomas, on the African coast. On ths 29J of
January she wss boarded off the Congo by tbe
English steamer Aroher snd the United States
steamer Mystio, when sbe proceeded op tbs
Cons o river end remained there until the 1st
dsy of April, when shs was fallen in with by
tbe Saratoga Ana boaraea. un tnst ooossion,
her papers found all right, sbe wss sllowed to
proceed; but on the 23a oi April she was oap
tured, ss slready stated. Tbe Captain (Francis
Bowen). the Spanish supercargo, and the cabin
servants, made their esoape from the vessel tbe
night previous to ber sailing from Ktbenoa; s
portion of tbs orew baring previously esoaped
in tbe boats. Those who did not escape were
transferred to the Saratoga snd shipped for tbe
service.
When the Niehtineale sailed tbe following
American vessels were known to be in the Con
got The Ardeus, Alexins, Falmouth, Fsiry
and Martha Post, the latter vessel being nnder
bonds not to eogaee in slave trade. Tbe brig
Jobn Bell snd ship Brutus (whaler) bad suc
ceeded In getting awsy. All these are nortn
ern vessels.
Ths health of the tqusdron was good that
of the Saratoga unusually so. Most of tbe
squadron are anxiously looking for their orders
home.
Tbe third night after sailing from Kabenda,
the Nightingale waa boarded by H. B. M.
steamer Wraneler, the steamer Clove being
nnder one Lee, snd tbe British officers were
quite chagrined at finding the bird was caged.
Lieutenant J. j. liuiDrie ana unsries w.
Hais were sent boms in the Nightingale.
Lieutenant Tyler, whose health bad been bad
during the entire cruise of the Saratogs, also
returns in ths same vessel. The three mates of
the Nightingale, nsmsi Hind, Winslow and
Westervelt, were sent home in tbe ship, to bs
j , i i . . , . , i.t
umivoreu up tv tu u.uuribiee. ,
Tha Nlahtlneale was at one time owned Id
Boston and from bers sold to parties in New
York. "
The Suspended Mail Service.
EXPLANATORY CIRCULAR FORM THE POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT.
J PARTMEffT. '
The following official document from (he Post
offloe Department explains the orders tor tbs
suspension of mail service In the rebellious
States:
"ArroiNTtiENT OrricE, June 14, 1861.
"Sir: Numerous Inquiries sre made at this
Depsrtment reapsctlng ths late orders of the
Postmaster-General. Itlwastnot doubted that
tbe wide publioity given to those orders through
the public press would furnish ample notlos to
all postmasters. For further certainty they are
again published, as follows:
"I. Tbe rostmaster-uenerai issued bis order
of the 27th of May, under sot of Congress ap
proved February 23, 1861, suspending tbe entire
mail service, post-routes and postomces in tbe
States where 'the postal service could not be
safely continued,' namely: the States of North
and South Carolina, r lorlda, Ueorgla, Alabama,
Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas snd in
Virginia, except tbe western portion thereof,
In which tbe mails were still transported safely.
"2. Tbls order rendered it necesesry to trans
mlt to tbs Dead-Letter Office all mail matter
directed to any postoffice thus discontinued;
snd sucb order was accordingly issued, that
valuable letters might be returned to their
writers.
3. The use of United States stamp) end
stamped envelopes by the discontinued post
masters is nothing less than embezzlement, and
cannot bs recognized by sny postmaster as pay
ment of United States postage. All postmas
ters sre, therefore, immediately upon ths re
ceipt of any lsttsr mailed from the sbove men
tioned States, coming to or through their post-
offices, or whether sppearing to bs prepaid or
not, to bold it lor postage, and transmit it di
rect to tbe Dead Letter Office, to be disposed of
according to law, but If letters actually arrivs
st the office of delivery, they may be delivered
upon payment of postage ss upon letters wholly
unpaid.
t "i. The same order will be applied, without
further notice, to all letters mailed (prepaid or
not) at any discontinued postoffloe, whether
hereafter discontinued bv special order or by
general discontinuance of service in tbe dis
trict or stats.
"5. No letter or package oan be forwarded to
its address through the United States malls ex
cept from foreign countries with which this
Government has postal treaties, unless regular
ly mailed at one of tho established postoffices
ot the United Ststes, snd postage there regu
larly prepaid. All matter not thus mailed must
bs forwsrded without delsy to tbe Dead-Letter
Office, st Washington.
"6. No mail pouch, sack or lock can be sent
by any postmaster to sny point or place where
such service has been discontinued. All ponohss,
tacks and looks coming to a postomcs from socb
discontinued offices snd routes will be detained
snd sent to the proper depositing offices.
'The postal servics will os restored on suob
discontinued route as early as practicable, of
whlou notics will be duly given.
'By order of tbe rostmaster-uenersi.
"JOHN A. KASSON,
"First Assistant Postmaster-General."
Hon. Geo. M. Dallas and the Union.
A largs numbsr of ths citizens of Philadel
phia, in response to his invitation, called upon
, a rb.il..- 1 -... A : u;.,..
HOD. jw. iu aii, iaw niutriwj luiuia.or
to England, at his residence, on Thursday. Mr
Dallas was addressed by one of the company
assembled snd responded briefly, snd referred to
tbs national orisis ss loiiows:
Ths painful and portentous events which bsvs
marked ths history of our sountry during the
last six months, engage, however, all your
thoughts and feelings. Let tbea do so to ths
exclusion of everything else. When, snore thsa
five years sgo, 1 took tbs post assignsd to me,
near England's sxsmplary Queen, the possi
bility of a war was far from remote. Tbo eon.
gtrsctlon given to the Clayton and Bulwer
treaty respecting Central A user toe, and tbo im
pending dismissal of Mr. Crampton by Presi
dent Pierce, were fraught with mutual irrita
tion These exasperating topics, however, pass
Id harmlessly by; and soon an' earnest and
friendly disposition signalised tha ministry of
Lord Derby, In ths frank and full surrender of
tbo lone and lnnexioiy maintained claim to tbs
right of siaroh. From that moment tbe career
of the United Ststes In the expansion snd se
curity of their commerce, in tho development
or their prosperity. In their recognized and ev
er-increasing weight in ths seals of civilised
powers, was unobstruoted and onward. Tbe
noble and beautiful symbol of our institutions
tbe symbol consecrated by all the blood of
the revolution, by ail tbe heroism or ism, and
better still by tbe blessings of all tbe free and
enlightened of the world tbe flag of the Union
floated glistening in the sunshine, a welcome
presence in every harbor snd on svery sea!
Let me remind sou that the present fitful tffjrt
to substitute another, comparatively unknown
and local, for this world-wide famous banner, is
not the first that bas been made. '
The reserved right to nullify your law, and
at discretion to break up your government as a
cobweb contrivance of mere State partnership,
perhaps meditated at Hartford in 1814, was cer
tainly and formally claimed by South Carolina
la lrJ32. At that epoch there were giants in
debate, and no giant more formidable or dan
gerous than tbs suthor of tbis subversive doc
trine. But, gentlemen, it was overruled ss
perverse and untenable. Tbe oalm Senators
from tbis good old Commonwealth, who were
William Wilkins, ot Pittsburg, and myself,
steadily insisted upon hoisting the "stars and
stripes1' high sbove tbs "Palmetto," and I pre
sume would do so still, snd tbe renowned citizen
of Tennessee, wbo had routed tbe invaders st
New Orleans, dispelled by the mere shadow of
a "force bill," the delusive Quixotism which was
brsve and blind then ss It is now. Nor am 1
awars that tbis decision of Congress bas sver
undergone revision or reversal. It stands on
the records of the nation as a grsat judgment
upon a question utterly incapable of farther
elucidation by the wit of man; it is sgainst
nullification, which you must be aware Is but
fragmentary, subdivided, or bit by bit secession,
both built upon the same false keel; and it
points with an emnbasls too oersmntorv to be
disregarded, to the course of duty which the
official guardians of your constitution, lsws and
liberties srs bound to pursue.
Let us, then, be firmly linked, as a "band ot
brothers," around this unchanged standard.
For my humble self, born beneath it, having
imbibed from a venerated father's inculcations
a devoted attachment to its comprehensive im
port; hsving dearly loved to tbe last a brother
who gallantly gave his life to Its support, and,
dying on a distant field of duty, found it bis
noblest shroud; having spent my life contented
ana nappy, though poor and inglorious, under
its protection; having been honored far beyond
my ilgserts by my fellow-citizens, and especially
by those to sustain whose equality and rights I
shrank from no personal sacrifice, I come back
to you, gentlemen, filled, It is true, with grief at
the national calamity, but unaltered in my de
termination to stand, come weal or woe, power
less 1 confess, but unalterably by tbe nag ot tbe
American Union, tbe whole Union, and tbe
Union forever.
Standing Guard.
A member of tbe Sobuylkill Regiment, in
camp near Washington, writes thus of the in
cidents of standing sentinel:
Tbe manner in which tbe sentinel receives
the countersign, is ss follows: He permits a
person to come to a distance of twelve or fif
teen paces or bis post, and tben commands him
to "halt," and asks, "wbo comes there?" The
answer will generally be, "a friend." Tbe
sentinel commands, "advance, friend, and give
tbe countersign." The person advances, and
leaning over tbe point of tbe bayonet ot tbe
sentry, gives tbs password, (the guard must al
ways receive it at a "charge bayonet,") and
proceeds on his way. Tbs guards are all num
bered from one upward. If anything Is wanted,
or wrong, the sentinel calls for the "sergeant
or the guard," mentioning bis number, which
is passed from guard to guard until it reaches
No. 1, where the sergeant of the day is sta
tioned, wbo immediately repairs' to the post
aetignacea-
1 During the nigbt, tbe orders ars more strict
than in tha daytime. If anyone then attempts
to nasa tne sruara witnont tne eounteratp-n- ha
cans lor tne sergeant; it tbe intruder, alter be
ing warned several times, won't come down, to
dots, you draw trigger on him, snd of oourse
kill nim if you can.
Last Sunday night we were on the picket
guard; our beat was about thirty yards long, on
ths borders oi a graveyard. Wear midnight It
commenced to rain With a vengeance, and was
so dark that ths eye could not peretrate further
than tea feet in advance. Strange sounds came
from tbe woods sod swamps around, while in tbe
graveyard dark red phosphorescent lights would
riss from tbs earth, snd after illuminating for
awnue some gray tomo, sink again apparently in
tbe ground. Separated from the camp by a bill,
and surrounded by thick darkness, the rain
strangely pattering as it fell, ths mysterious sit
uation wasiwsll caloulated to remind one of won
derful stories often told, but seldom experienc
ed, ss wen ss to arouse euperstitous fears-
About every fifteen minutes the deep gloom
would be broken by the voice of the guards cry
ing, "no. i, an wen," -no. , an wen," and
so on, each sentinel taking it up until it had
pasted around tbe camp and came back to the
plaoe whence it started. A few nights ago two
of our company were doing night guard dutv on
the borders of a wood, about one quarter mile
irom camp, une of tnem observed, some twenty
yams irom mm, wnat was apparently a man
standing and silently gazicg at him. He de
manded, "who came there," but received no
answer. He called the attention of a sentinel
near bim to tbe matter .and together thty march
ed with charged bayonets sgainst tbe immov-
sbis snd silsnt "what is it," snd with true sol
dierly courage gallantly ran their bayonets in a
small cedar tree.
A Military Veteran. The Cincinnati En-
tuirer of yesterday gives the following sooount
of a vttoran stationed at Newport Barracks,
Ky.
"Colonel William Whistler, the senior Colo
nel in ths United Ststes Army, was seventy-
nine years of age on Sunday last. He entered
the army as a Lieutenant on tbe otn day or June,
1801, and has served sixty-nine years snd sev
en days. Of the first fifty two years, be was
on duty fifty-one years snd four months, having
only had eight months' leave of absence during
that time. Served actively in the War of 1812;
commanded a Regiment in the Florida War,
and went twice to .Mexico during that war iu
command of his Regiment. Married at nine
teen years of ags, and Mrs. Colonel Whistler,
the mother of ten children, is ss active ss most
ladies of twenty. They both ssy they are
ready to die in defense of ths Stars and Stripes.
May tbey live to see tne union preserved, with
tha Constitution unimpaired, and tbs old glo
rious flag Hosting over a united and happy
people." . . .
The Methodists in Ireland.
The Dublin correspondent of the New York
Methodist writes:
"When the bill authorizing the taking of the
census was passing through Parliament, tbe
clause which required return to be made of
ths religious profession of sach individual, was
struck out for Englsnd snd Scotland, but re
tained for Ireland. When the former census
waa takenj the Methodists In Ireland wete, as a
body, completely Ignored. An enumeration was
made of tbe three leading denominations,
namely, the Episcopalians, tbs Presbyterians,
and tbs Roman Catholics; but no provision wss
mads for ths Methodists, exoept under tbe
heading, 'Other Protestsnt dissenters.' Now,
many of onr people utterly refuse to consider
themselves dissenters, and when no provision
wss mads for their ssparata enrollment, tbey
returned themselves tn connection with the Es
tablished Church.' At a means of ssoertalning
tbs comparative mnuencs os- tne religious de
nominations, the census so taken, was, there,
fore, entirely misleading. m . v I . : 1 1
fj"On tbs present occasion sons of tbe minis
ters and embers oi our oody pesnrrea tnsm
telves in time to prevent a repetition sf ths
lata blunder.il Tbey clsmsd from tbe Govern
ment a separate plaoe for tbe jusinoaitis to tbs
numeration, and obtained a premiss that ths
elalm would be allowed. Everywhere our con
gregations wers Instructed by circulars upon the
subject, and by addresses from ths ministers,
that Methodists would be expected to retara
themSfllvea a anK mnA ,H Ma flMl-n-lA
embraced not only those wbo wers accredited
. nuron, out an moss also who
regularly wnra.tlnnl i n. ..j
1" -- WM. WUglCg.MVW H.
conscientiously preferred our ministry, together
" wuuurcu ui voeir respective ismiiies.
In msny places strenuous efforts wsrs mads, by
SDDeals to their nrelndtca aa.in.t ktn
ered dissenters, and by sther arguments, to
uumu uur yn)iie iumj ido aDturuityof again
enrolling thamselvea aa mnmiw r h. c.,.k.
lished Church; but these snorts did not most
with muoh sucoess, snd there is good ground to
expect that, when the numbers srs published,
the real atrensth of tho Mathnill.t KnAm -
bodles in tbls country will bs mora clearlv
known than heretnfnra.- If th Mtim. h..
hnen mad. with . n. m .ma. aL a
there will not be less than 100,000 enrolled nn-
uer too luemoaist banner.
NOW READY.
THE REVISED STATUTES ,
or TUB
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IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK, BQ3TON AND GALWAY.
The following new and magnlBeent flnt-claas paddle
wheel Steamships compos the above line:
ADRIATIC, 5,888 tons burthen, Capt, J. Hacet
(.formerly of the Collins Lin )
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ANOLIA, 4,400 " Nicaotaoa.
PACIFIC, 2 6U0 " I. SMiia.
PRINCE ALBERT. (Screw.)
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On of th above ships will leave New York or Boston
alternately every Tuesday fortulght, for Oalway, car
rying the government mail, touching at Bt. Jobn.
N. P. '
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the greatest care, nnder the supervision of tbo govern
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They are commanded by able and experienced officer,
and every exertion will be made to promote the comfort
of passengers.
ADexperienced Surgeon attached to each ship.
RATES OF PASSAGE.
First-class N. Y. or Boston to Oalny or Liverpool SJtiO
Second-elate, " ' 7j
First-class, " to St John' 35
Third-clue, ' ' to Oalway or Llvsrpooi.
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - - 30
Third-class passenger an liberal Iv annnllad with nn. .
visions of the beet quality, cooked and served by the ser
vant of th Company.
RETURN TICKETS.
Parties wishing to tend for their friend from th eld
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, in
aivimiu, vr irwu ui. principal cities or fingisna snd Soot
land, at very low rates.
Passengere for New York, arrirlnr bv tha Rn.inn
Steamers, will be forwarded to New York free of charge.
fur passag. or mriner iniormauon, apply to
Wat. H. WI0KHAM,
At the office of the Gomnanv. on tha whrf ii .
Canal street. New York.
1I0WLANI) a A8PINWALL, Agent.
apilll9:dCm.
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO..
Front Street, Between State and Town.
THE OLD CARRIAGE
SHOP tsitlll running, and although C
th pressure of lata year ha set heavily I
upon her running rears, she Is still turn-
ng out those splendid PI! ACTONS, ROCKA WAYS, and
PRINCB ALBERT'S SHIFTING TOPS and NO-TOP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, EXPRESS, SKELETON,
DEMOCRAT snd GROCERY WAGONS, SHALL OMNI
BUSES and HACKS. Twenty years steady manufac
turing ha given onr work a wloe-sperad reputation
through th Booth and West.
We therefore deem It unnecessary to aay any thing sacr
In regard to th quality of our work. W waaaairr
evert Vehicle. We oan ell toon Tor Broom froaa
125 to t W.
Dealer can be furnished with any amount of work at
short nottoa, and at prioea lower than oan be bought any
when In the West. Second band Buggte taken In ex
change for new work.
ICrRepairing done neatly and at short otloe. Pas
tory on front, between Slate aad Town atreeta, Colum
bus.Oblo. jtjr'AII oomaanloatlont will receive prompt attention,
Aug. 31-wly B. 11. WILLIAMS A 00
E. M'COLLISTER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
TOBACCO, SNUFF & CIGARS
No. SS Fifth Street,
PIT ..S BURGH,. Pa.
Keep
onatantly on hand all the va
rious UK AN ts of
Imported Oisara.
, Oct, wi ijd ; .
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
,.t. Corner Spring Ac Water Sta., ...
Pol VA-oatoTjjq , Olilo.
W. B. POTTS & CO,
MAOmNIDTD,
and Manufacturer of Br And Com position Casting
I , . , finished Brass Work of all PenrlpUen. ; ,
Electro Plating and Gliding ! !
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
febl'01-dlr '" -
PLAIN AND FIGURED BLACK
DRESS SILKS, of verv grad. The (sort Miss
assortment In Ibe oily, and at Boat naaonabi rate.
I . - '" BAIN A BON,
aprllS ... Ho. South High (trwt.
Copartnership.
1IIAVF. THIS DAT ADMITTED BIT
ton JAMES A DOUR BAIN s. partner In my but-
aes, which will hereafter he conducted enderlbe Arta t
TBaln fc Son.' ' P, BAIN, 88 South High St.
Columbas, Feb li, 18S1. J . MIS ' -'
bLACK STRAW BONNETS AND EL.
gant Ribbons, In great variety at BAIN'S,
octa No. W, High ttretli

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