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vW EWJ3EIUES.
COLUMBUS;
OHIO, SATURDAY
MORNING. JUNE 22, ;1861.
SIX 00LLAE3 FEE TEAS,
InTariAbly la Advance,
va-. - i. x- i.tf
wtattsmavi
DAILY, T3I-wimXY AND WEEKLX
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) KS AND PBOPBIiTOBB.
O Office DM. 89, 88 tad 40, Vortk High, It.
TERMS IHVABtABW hi ADYANOS."4''' ' '
Dally ' - . ..i ; i$8 00 per year.
Cj Carrier, per, week, MX cents.
frl-WeMly . .- . ' . ' .80
DO ptrjnr.
Weokly. ' - 44 " 1 00
Advertising by. tbe Square.
miunr 1 yeai...20 00
One " U month IB 00
no (I monlhi 15 00
One " " 3 months lit 00
3ne , ; month! . 8 00
Jn "1 month. 3 00
One square 3 week. . 4 00
On a lmkl 8 00
Onq , " lweek... 1 79
On 8dyi ... 100
On , " 2 days... 7
On " 1 Insertion SO
Displayed advortlMmenti halt mora than the above
rate.
Advertisement leaded and placed in the column et
Sprclal Notice!," double th4 ordinary rttt .
All notices required to be published by law, ttgal rates.
If ordered on Uie Inside exclusively after the first week
per cent, mors than the above rates; but all men wll
appear in the Til-Weekly without charge.
UiUlm
iislness Cards, not exceeding five lines, per rear, la
ue, i. ao per line; outside a t
, t'i 50 n
Notices of meetings, chart tables ocletlet, fir oompenlst
Ac. half nrire. . :ij
All tramhmt advertliemeni mutt It paid for. 4st
fiv'tnc Tie ml will not be varied frem. ..
Weekly, same price ai the Dally, where the advertlsei
(as the Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekl)
ar both used, then th eharg lor the Weekly wUl b
V f the rutri of tha Bally .
No advertisement taken except for ft definite period. '
BUSINESS CARDS.
' F. A. B.. SIMKDIS, '
jak.ttoii3L03r at Xjaw
A'D NOTARY PUBLIC , :;
Office Aubos Bnlldlna;, eppoilt Capitol Square. ' '
COLUMBUS, ohio;
OOIjTOTMCXITTS; r:,r
Machine Manufacturing Company'
'J
MAKUFAOTDTtlM OF
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Castings, Kill Gearing, ifiehlntryi ' , .
' 'ALIO, .T-
of rit','ii8Citirnois.r'".':- ' 'V
COLiVITIBTJS, OHIO. '
OHA8. AM DOB, f np't- . , ,., P. AUB08, lieu.' ,
decll. 1858-tf
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
or Clnoinnttti, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to IndionaDOlit without Change" of Car
nod but One Chang of Can between '
Columbus and St. Louis. V , '
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
FIRST TRAIN.
Mondays excepted.)
MT011T EXrBli8S, tia Dayton, at 8:45 a.
stop-
plna at London, Xenla, Dayton. Mlddletown
M1 Hkmtk
: ii.,., rinrinntitfi:4o a. m. I Dayton at 5:43
m.. Tailiannnoiui at IU to a. u.l E. sjuuww,
10:48 a. m.i et. Louis at
p. m
SECOND TRAIN. .
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m.,topplngat all Btai
tlom between Oolnmbns and Cincinnati and Dayton, a
living at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m., Dayton at 9:15a. an
ndlanopoli af ;S8 p. ' ' . . , '! '
THIRD TRAIN. - '
DAT EXPBE88,at :30p. m., ttopptag at Alfoni
Jeflerson, London, Charleston, 0darvUle,u Xanla.
Bprine Valley, Corwln, Morrow. Deerlleld, Tostar',.
Loreland. Millford and Plainville, arriving at Olnolo
natl at 7iS0 p. m.! Bt. Loula at IS m; Dayton at 5:J5 p.
IndlanopolUatl0:33p. m.
etloeplntr Oar on nil NlRht Train) to
Claciiinuit and Indlanapolii. .. .
BAUGACi: tllECKED T1IIIOCOII.
or farther Information and Through Ticket apply to
. M. L. DOU8HTY,
ticket Acent, Dnlott Pepot, Oolumbua, Ohlov
. i. W. WOODW ABD, ,
' ' Bnperintendeot, Cincinnati, :
JNO. W. DOHB&II
. ... Amnt. flnlrnnhna.
Jait BeoelTedl
IIF. Oil OttEEN and HIJACK
1UU XliAS 100 bags prime Bio Oonee. .,
1 511 pockets old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
7 5 ban Ceylon Ooffee. . ' '
eonbbl. standard White Bngari, oonilsUng ot ton
dred, Ohrushed, SrannUted A and B Ooffee.'-
OO quintals George Bank Codfish. , j
Obbb. Mes and No. 1 Mackerel, , f . a, ' . ,
5 tc. Pick Salmon. .. ,. ,
100 bx. Layer Uatslna. , .
Oil hf. box do do . ;
lOOqr.tox do de ' ' '
100 M Olgar, different brand and grades. .
nov WM McDONALP.
M. C. UILLET
BOOK X3XN1DIDX1.
And Blank-Book ,,Manufantnrr, . '
jfOBTH aioa (JTBm, coltjmtjb, xmf)
anartl-dly
Red, White and Blue ,
1 r
-rri.aiKirs.
U CAtlCOESf '
NECK 1IES, . '
Just opened by
.tJ.i BAIN t BON, ,
i Mo. 29 South High street.
aprSO
A NET HOOPjSaXiKT ' ,u;
-tf.a
No. 99, SOUTH HiaH BIBIBT
tt i-.t -.l..4 . mm inika ef HOOP BSIBT3
finished In a Banner far np"'.0 ' any yet Introduced
A- I U I
.: ;l.Mt 'S
IUIX9. . , .i
FAirilliY IXOCB. '.ia
TtTHITK WHEAT BRANDED '
"SNOWyiiAKK."
From "BarneU Mills," Springfield, 0. the bestbranlef
Flour broURht to onr mark. v
ansracuon gBanDsewH.
a-nr nla only at tvja
moUON ALD B, " ..10
novxT T,,.aot noata uignaireett
Irish linen Goods.
'i',k
."At
VfTABAiTED rABUIO
WW ih IkM Sir. .m ' Pi.ll tnd VUlM
ff (iwi.u.i- - . ... , .
hlKlna and Boson Liaeno.
Linen sheetings and Pillow Cuing.
- Linen Cam brlca and Lena Lawnev.
Linen Pocket -handa f. all alcfle.
:- . Linen Towelling andl)laperg
Linen wapkuj and wuyiu. , t; .,-s
Linen Table Clothe end Batln Damask.
Linen Tow) with colored border.' 1.1 '
Linen Btalr OoverUigeand Crash.
Vortaleatlotprtoe. tu,
' ' Ko. U South High atnet.
S! SVK,
hbsa
-OONNBTI BIBBON TABB AMD
JL BU0HKB, new styles, jut openso V
. . A ih .i i- ' ' 44 "BAia a nuiv,
aprtlS Ko. 88 South fllgh atreet.
a w r iwnnv (rtn hl.O'l'EB.
A .M .ul uIm. Ilia, MMtfi A RAtKB.
dMi. ' aTStaft OA tml.
WOKOIfiSTJER'S
ROYAL QUA&TO WCTiO NARY.
Thti latest Tho Largest The Beit,
The Cheapest Beo ansa the Best.
'Tlie Ploit Kellat'" Standard ins
thorltr of th Eugiiib i.airgriaaffe.tf
"'"I .StoITunXrISmnrn(ituatortof Ohio,
iUt BEST KNOLIBH DIOItOICAttt IXTANT."
! ZtordrtTMM &ryviKr.
''He is ars upward of a Hundred Thousand Word,
whose multifarious meaninaa ud derivation, together
with tbel errot nrallinf , aiid pronunciation ar clearly
eat iMfnra the
avs pel ore uie ejt ' .
OtneinncM Commercial.
Stad t As Dtokim of Via Mentor of tlU OMo Stat
Teacher' Auoef Mon.
The nndenlgned, member of the Ohio Stat Teacher'
Association, adopt and aim to use In teaching, writing
and (peaking, tbe orthography and pronunciation of
WoYsester'a Eoval Quarto Dictionary and we moat cor
dially recommend U a tb most reliable ttandard au
thority oj the Bngllih language, a It is now written and
pokn. ;..( j ,. .., .. ; , .,, f;
totm Amaxwi, President Kenyon College; i.
M. P teiui, Bnpsrlntendent Isnssvllle SohooU.
Tboi. W. BaavxT. Bup't Maasilon Union Schools..
: M. V. Cowoiav. Bup't Public Schools, Bandnaky.
1 Jon Lyrch, Bup't Puhllo Behools, Olrelevllle.
B. N. BaxroXD, Principal Oltveland female Bemlna
ry, . u , ' ...
W. MtTowei.L, Bup't Public Bchooli, Mt. Union. .
Jobh 0Mt Principal State Normal School, Mlnne-
At -
Chrtcs Nuow, Principal leartta, Intarmedlete School,
.wncttaati. ' v-' ' ' :
H. 8.. Maarw, Bup't Canton Union School. -.
Enwia btaiu Prloolpal MoNeely Normal School."
-' Ku T. Tarraw, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
'Wat. W. BnwaaDe, Bnp't Troy Union School.
A. G. BoreiK, Prlaclpal Keat Bigh School, 0Iv
Ufld A. Notoh, Associate Principal Sigh School, Cleve
land " ' ' "2 1 " '
Tbiodom SnaLDie, principal High School, 01eve
land.1 : ,. . - v . - ,
i B. V. HtmisTox, Principal Cleveland Institute.
J. A. Gaarutu), President of SlecUo Institute, El
ram. -
W t Haaau, Prof, of Ohemtatry, Ohio Tfesleyan
tfnlvenity. .
B, B. BAMsnr, Bx-Commlasloner of Common Bchooli,
Ohio.
Jaan Momtoa, Prof. Bhetorio, Oberltn College.
- Txos. Hill, President Antloch College.
0. i W. U. OaTBoaJtT, Prof. Ha thematic, High
School, Dayton.
B. 0. OaoaMAOaa,, Prof, Language, High Bchool.
. V?M.' Baaan, Supt Union Ichools, Ashland. -.
Uor Via Sim Bundrti other PrtUdtni of Co!U
01, Proftuori, Author and ZHtltnjvWud Educa
tor, hav ndoTd (A abov unUmmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHI0-
. M aainra Oeixaai "It I truly a magnificent work,
aa honor to the author, tbe publishers, and the whole
country." President Andrew.
- 'Onto gmnu Uwrv am .tt exceeds my expecta
tion!. It will be mv snide In orthoeraobv and rronun-
elation, and wll) often be consulted by me JToir Ite seat
and accural definition." President Thompson.
W. B. Bcucmo Ooufoe. "Heretofore we have used
Webster' orthography. . At a recent meeting of our
Faculty, It was decided, te ebange It to conform to that
of Worcester' koyal Quarto Dictionary." President
Garfield. 1 ' -: - : -r' ,;
(Wisnjta Bnxmvn Ocixra. "I find It worthy of
cordial approbation.'' Vreeldent Bilebcock. v
OlauiR Ooll.oi. "It more than meet my expaora
tJon. I reeommend It as the standard authority in
orthoepy to any children and my poplle." Preeldent
Morgan.
Ajmoca Coumi. "I adopt and aim to use In teach
ing, writlog and speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcester's hoyal Quarto Dictionary.""
Preeldent Hill.
In all my writing, speaking, and teaching, I hare en
deavored to oonlona to the rules for ortt egraphy and
pronunciation e eoetalnsd in Worcester's Iitlonary.n
Horace Mann, late President. -
KnrroK OoLiaaa, QiXiira.'I most cordially Room
mond Ha the saest reliable standard authority of the
Hogttsh languai a It 1 now written and spoke."
Presldsnl AnJwe.- - ; .- - ' '"
SCHOOL? COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
eromSv. AittonBmttk,dmmilionr if Omnum
SAooH in OMo. A
"The Dictionary I an Imperishable monument to the
leaning and ldaetiw( anthM, m em heme U tbe
world of letter. Ih mechanical eaeoutlon i far supe
rior to that of any other Lex loon with which I am ac
quainted." . f : - - r; r, 4
Vn Eon. IT. B. Barney. EOommUrtoner oj
"The most reliable standard authority of tbe lan
guage." . .i f . . i . . .4 i . .
WHAT JHS , .
eadins Newwiaper of Ohio Say.
" i Ironth Cleveland Btrald V Marenna.
1 The orthography of tbe Worcester Dictionary I that
ptd by most, If not all author! ot aistiBCttoa in tni
country end Ingland. and eoniorm to in general oaage
or ordinary writer and speaker.
..Whatever prejudices-awy iMrve ealsM prevfouily, a
careful itudy of this volume will invariab'y be followed
k. rn nnMukin of Its iriit merit, and a desire
tb add it to the well selected library, be it large or email,
It to a library Inlteeir, and wm remain an. imps rum
ble record of theleiralng efita compiler. -
JroniV dMinnaH Ommtrotal of April 10.
Hmr r nnwajrdaof a hnndred thousand woi-da-aood,
bad and tadlHerent whose mnltifariewa meanlnga and
derivatiooa, tostheiarlth their correct spelltpt and pro
nuncietloa. ere aet dearly before the eye : The work I
unquestionably tbe greawt Jheurnj i ofJBjpg.Uih.Word
everaublbAeoV, , .. . ,
from iU Clvland matndealer of Sept. 80, IBGO.
vldently Woaotrri4',a Botat. Qraai-o DioTipiuaTto
no only lA lam out th rr oor oruietona ever
siei.and can by no poss.blllty suffer by comparison or
eontrtversy f ' 4 . 4 J
f'nutl From Vi Toledo Blade of Afty 9.
As to (umiiciATiox. Woaoxam u thi BTiKDitn
fallowed b onr belt author: In definition he leasee
nothing to be deilred. and In OaTnoeaanrr It I suffldsnt
to
that Woacxana can be eete.y followed.
IKOHAM At BBAOOt
Pnbllakcra, Bookeellera ft tatloneri
HO. 191 BUPBBI0B BT-, ULBVBLAlf D, OHIO. ,
snaiB ' ' ' 4 - n-
l THE AITOTALBEPFIT .
im INSURANCE COMPANY,
,1 .'"V mi '-' 0P4- ' '. ".,4
Nowarlt, W. T . '-:v
Dlrldend January I t 188 1 S Pet Cent,
A8S1TS... AlUSa'jSfl.
r .$tUnaent Jannayy 1, isei '
Biiaace4, per tatement Jan. lit, 1850...;, 13,406,58 J 39
geotlsea rer rrooiuna uur-
ug tn tear w .iw,uw
Beceired for Interest aorlug v ; -- .
tie year icwi ,.... ....... i,un i 1
Tata) reeslnte for 1B60.... 8977,007 74.. .- . .- .
PaldOlabjebyDeath,867,0JO 00 ,... ;, ,':
Paid PoUole (ttrren- ' 4 .
dnd.. 4i,iu x
Paid SaUriee, Post-
g. .Taxe, a 4 3
bhanceweto .-31,020 54 ' .
Paid Commissions to ' ', '
Agent ixtdnx i. ,1 i
Paid PhysWans' fees. 5.IW8 75
Paid Annuities. IJITTHJ
Paid Dividend day ; f. : . " " '
log the gear ......loo.suu ia. w.yai ut u,io ii
X w M mm
Ret Balance January It. 1911 sn.fS,BBI,6W 80
1 - t t.mttmm t4 - r " f V k A
0hBlian4......".V..".,"l.6,284 1Br ,4
Bond and Mortgagee on Real
- a state, worm aoumv uie , .
I amount loaned.. 8.337,841 BB " -
Presnaa Notes, oa Policies
eentv interest. ... L879.804 17 ...
teal Ista .'.. 4 90 803 87
Loan en Scrip. -,... ;.. 8,931 -r
pieuriuma.NotetandOaih.ln- "
goaneor transmission.... w,au i
- total Assets.
tlsMlllMf(tMH
831258 80
I. - I. , . i. I
Ts BTS Policies In force, Infuring......e6r4.8fj35
. 1,438 new Pollcie have bsea tssraed during the year.
Afi a earefnl calculation of the preeent value of the
outstanding Policies of the Company . and having the
neoeeearv amount to erv therefor, the Dlreotor
bar declared a DiVasnof 45 percent, oa tbe Freml
me weld at (ha labia sate, to allnolloiee for life In force.
Issued prior to I unary 1, 1840, payable aceoralflg te thi
4 rule of the Company. ..i
a for all kind ot Lit Contingencies, Frotpeet-
Batse
rt., Btatetnerts, and AppHcatlona, will
be furnished
wrrayuT yauil, tnj u
Iflc) or Agenole of, tie Com,-
pan
iy
i 1 it ' . . . B0BT. I.. AtTOW.anif. PMiMent.
. aa. a - a.rt.-k .
At, Mt, UtCATSOit. AatnL
lie. 4 Jubnson Biook,
. i , f , .OolambufcO.
IMardtSB, lSCL
TSliB AO HB D SHEET Iff oa
AND
aj maxinua.aii-WMBsvei
mnexemmnmyi bmAs
. - Baik eh. Li.
B-f efftred ! grstst variety ani
Ko.'MfVBBI(h(triei,
Ayer'sSajsaDarilla
A compound romedy, deai'mea to be the meat
effectual Alterativ that can be mads. It is
s concentrated extract of Para 8aiMparilla,
o combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power aa to afford an effec
tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparills is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by. those who suffer from
Strumous complaint, 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
complaints: .' '
SOBOFQLA. AND ScBOPtfLOUS COMPLAINTS)
Eruptions and Ercptivb Diseases, Ulceus,
Pimpies, Blotches4, Tumors, Salt Bhevm,
Scald Head; Stphilis and Syphilitic Af
nonoNs, Mbrcurial Disbasb, Dropst, Neu
ralgia on Tic Douloureux, Debility, Dys
pepsia AND INDIOE9TION, ERYSIPELAS, ROSB
or St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arising irrvra Impurity, op
the xslood.
This comnound will'tjf-rt)und a great pro-
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that aeason of the Year. " v 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
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through, which the system will strive to
rid itself or corruptions, it not assisted to do
this through tlifl 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 nna it is ot.
structcd and 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
pabulum of life disordered, there can, be no
lasting health. ' Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
luo is disordered or overthrown.
4 Sarsaparilla has, - and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations ot it, partly because the orug
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 thina else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
or extract or Barsaparuia for one dollar-, most
ot these have been frauds upon, the sick, xor
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilln. but often no curative TjroDerties whater-
. . . s. . .
er. Hence, bitter ana paint ui disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itseu is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call 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 the ordinary run ot the diseases it is I .tend
ed to Cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously token according to directions on
the ootue. ' 1
f '!''' PREPARED BT
PB. J, C, AYER V CO.
LOWEIili'. MASS. "1
Price, f 1 per Bottle i 81x Bottles for 0.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a ikiu far the- core of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtue, wherever it ho been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, ws need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the beat
it ever has been, and that it may b relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
roa ths curb op
Costivenett, Jaundice, Dytpeptia, Indigestion,
Dystntery, Foul Stomach, ErysipeUa, Headache,
Ptlei, Rheumatism, Eruption and SMn Diseases,
Liver 'Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter; Tumor and
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, . Neuralgia, as a
Dinner PiU, and for Purifying the Blood,-
They ar sugarcoated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
beet aperient in the world for all tbe purposes of a
family physic .
Price 85 eents per Box ; Five boxes for $1.00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent peraonaae. have lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our Ambrioan Almanac in which they
are given ; witn also run descriptions of tne aoore
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their eure. - :
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no others.' The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
haveit. . . . . , ,..;'.',. "
All our romsdies-ar for sale by
" ! ROBERTS A 8AMUKL, Columbus.
And by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
novwiya.twaw - v
CANADIAN 4 UNITED 8TATE3 MAIL
STEAMERS'
TO AND BTKOn
L0ND0NDEERY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebeo,
" ' 4 gvnd
J. nuw yoke:.
The Montreal Ocean Bteemshlp Ootnpany flnt-cUst
fnll.nwaMitrjlvSa-lMillt Btaamere aall eTOPT Hat'
nrday from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
United State Mall and paiMngers.
NORWEGIAN, . NORTH AMlRICAN,
BOHEMIAN, 4 ANOLO-SAXON,
' NORTH BRITON, . HIBBRNIAN,
CANADIAN, . . NOTA800IIAN.
Shofteet, Cbeapeet and anlclacat Con
I rvrancs iruiu
AEKBICA TO All PAITB 0T mOPZ.
Kates ot Faasmn-o to Earop
' f30L Sjeo, J90. '
Will sell from LIVBBPOOL atery -iTedneeday
and from QUSBB0 every datarday . sailing at
LONDONDIBBI, to receive on boon and laud Alalia and
Pmmnn. to and from Ireland and Scotland.
TnTThea Bteamers are built of Iron, la water-Oirht
comnartmanta, carry each aa expenenced Bargeoo, and
every attention 1 paid to th comfort and accommoda-
tinn ar luMniin. ab tnav Droceeo oirecs so uva uua-
DBRT, the gieat risk end delay of ealllng at Bt. John's
avoldtd.
Olasgow paaesnger ar furnished with ran pawge
uctet to ana from bonaonoarry. , .
Remra tlckcis (ranted at reduoed rates.
Oertlfioate. Issued for eaminx to and brlndntoutMS,
enesr from all tb orinclpal town of Oreat Britain and
Ireland, at leitnoea rates, try inia line or auamera, ana
by th WASHINGTON LINB Of BAIL1N8 PAOKBTS,
leaving uverpooi every weea. . ,.(
Bight Drafts f 01 Si and upward par
. alIUIingianaiiriaaa eeee- :
land or Wales.
Wnr'namn. ertnlT at Ih Offloe &3 BHOAI).
WAY, New BOrk, and 10 WaTBK ST.s
lilTerpooi, -
r SABEl ft mSIS, Qentral Agents,
Otto- J, R. ARMSTRONG
'' nolO-lydfcw ; iPot OOo, Columbus, Ohio.
. DENBT K4EHEER
rta f Philoo1. Bitablltnmtnt. N. T..) Porrltore
. haw I utk .uoiQiiaore mnn. nw vumni
Shaaanoonlng, Curling and Dressing saloon, Beat State
avar tbe Poet OfBoa. where aatlsfacuoa will
be (tfn In all th various b ranch ee. Ladies and
Children's Heir Dressing doa la ths best sty le.
lyei-dlT
nvnlMO CLOAKS) AND BASQIclESI
O NBW 8TTLB8 Bain Jc Bon. No. South
Blab street, bare Jus i opened new etyiai of Cum Ota
cvZxK. Basquin and laoejoii, saad la to aeweet and
.n. .tviiib - manner. Abo. an perk Plain
tsiaek, Bilke, very heavy, dedgaed exprjeery
MasrUliaf ana sarquine.
far
BEATJTIFtJL,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER !
I 1 1.1.. .n ..it uwrted. The very latest patterns
from AMERICAN, BNGLIBHand Bttxsgil yaetorte.
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS,
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS
SIDELIGHT
and;
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades, 1
GOLD
WINDOW CORNICES
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXTUBES, fall kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
lOO Gooxtla. ECisHQt.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords and person wishing qsantiUes of
Paper will make money try buying ol as. Country
Merchants and ptraont from abroad will do well to call
andseus. - april 1-dSmecdl B. AA.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMtlV GROCERIESv
No. 106 South High Street.
Wm. HcDONALD,
DEALER IN -
T " : -'---4-T-'K -&.-Q,-
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES
IN ALL HEIR VARIETIES.
Daily rriral
the Fall and
of Goode
Winter Trade
For
Of 1860-61
JDBETt7UNINO SIMCEnE THANKS
lOTHk PUBAilC for past favors and patrotr
age, and being DETERMINED to DIE BIT
acontlnuanoe ef same by trict attention te
trade, and prompt delivery of Goods
I would eall the notice of tbe public to the faot that
having aEftige and well selected aiooK oa
hand, and being In dally receipt of goods from the differ
nt market, I flatter myself that I can offer to the cla
ims ef Oolumbua, or to any who may desire to purchase,
aa aasortment of aittole appertaining to the GROCERY
trad. CNEQUAEED by any home la the elty.1
Tb price and quality ot the good offered, I guar,
anteo to give eatsaf aetton
Good Delivered Free of Charge.
nov87. . - WM. MoBONAXD.
Vtrillletxri. k.m ca-lll
;r: COtTJDIBlJS, OHIO) . .' .. ,
AGRICllLTURAL WAREHOUSE
And Seed Store,
' DIALBB III
GENERAL HARDWARE,
NAILU.OLABB, BASH, PUTTY, CORDAQB,
Gam, Pistole. Wood Willow Ware,
athtrand Bnbbst Belting, I ao leather, Hoe and
king. woa-ooy
NEW ARRIVALS
OTP
Spring & Summer Millinery.
ThA Btoclc Replenished
DATTdY
FROin luATESJT IlfltPOBTATIONS OF
NE W YORK. ,'. '
MY BT0CK Of
Spring & Summer Millinery
Is now oompleta, coop riling every variety et MUtin
ry; alio, a large aasortment of Embroldtrtit, Doaltry
and Notions, It., and la quantitlee and price that caaj
aot fall to salt all who may favor as with a eall. Tbe
roods hare been bought at Panlo prices, and will b sold
t small adveno on cost. :' t ..
'';; - ' i . i -i. .
MIIIINEBY .
Miss M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
will euperlatend the Millinery Department. Her long
experience In th most fatUoaabl Jbtabllahmtnt
Broadway will alon be a warranty that sh win b bi
to give entire satisfaction la matter of taste to all who
may favor aer with their orders.
The Ladle of Colombo end vicinity will please
eepl my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
I would respeatfully solicit a entinuao or tne same.
R. H. WARE,
63 East Town St., Colnmbne, o.
aprll-Om-eod 1 ' . . '
Dissolution.
THE CO-PABT If EHBHlf HEHETO
fore ex titles' between the undersigned, under tbe
Bra bum of ARM-TRONO A THOMPSON, was dissolv
ed by mutual eoneent oa the ant day of April, 1891.
Th. .in nt , ha let. Arm will be settled bv B.
AsjffTRotw, wiho oontlnue th business at the old stand.
M o. HainviiUi
xuaylS-dS. - B. IHOnrSON.
misrun ifiGRTI TO BELL
W paekxgcsj of BTATIOKBBT and JBW1LRI,
price one-Uitrd less than oaa be purehad lawher
Call en or arts' ree (searap enc0!a , u. ii,.i,iu
194 Court st Boston, Man. ; -c aarca w:asa,
Sljt (l)l)iir StntmM
IIBM1,
Dally, per year.
fSOO
I 00
Tri
Weekly, per; far....
weekly
per yea-
IN
[From the Cincinnati Commercial.]
A Card from Gen. Carrington.
BURNET HOUSE, CINCINNATI, June 18.
but charges that effect tbe harmony now exist
log between Federal and State troops I may no
tice, from deferenoe to tbe ltterests of tbe ser
vice and that the people may understand4 that
the competent officer In command of the Depart
ment or Ohio la fully supported oj tne state
authorities '
1. Gen. McClellao baa been appointed Major
General Commanding of tbe State troops, as
well as of tbe Ohio volunteers mustered into
United States serrloe.
9 Tbe Governor himself, and tbe beads of
departments, by Dim instructed, set with tbe
Ingle purpose to puce at tne aisposai oi me
Alajor-uenerai uommanamg, an tne resource
wbtoh Ohio can furnltjh, to insure success to his
plans and endeavors. ,4' ,:'
3. All requisitions made by bim are immedi
ately filled to the extent of tbe supplies on hand
atColumbu.
4 No denartment arrogates to itself tbe con
trol of bis means or movements, and no cross
purposes are entertained, to disturb tbe system
of action by bim adopted.
Moreover tbe tiovernor ana tne state depart
ment are directly advised by him, that their ao
lion has been fully np to all bis plana sod
wishes.
The Ohio troops in Virginia are all State
troops proper. Not a man of them bae been
mustered into tbe Unltea states' service. Any
hesitation of the Governor to forward, said
troops nnder Gen. MoClellan's requisition, the
troops consenting, or a failure of the Adjutant
General to follow np tbe order with prompt
measures to supply tbe troops witn all ' they
mieht need, would bare endangered tbe general
cause, and nave Drought reproacn upon ail con-
cerned. Tbe necessity of their advance was
obvious, tbe dot? plain, tne result satisfactory
Tbe Adjutant Oenerai obejs orders, ana assigns
that orders to bint intrusted, shall be obeyed by
others His dm? Is their duty. . -
6 No charges or mis-statements can affect
tbe purpose of tbe state Military authorities
fully to advance the general cause, knowing full
well that time will correct such charges and
mis statements, sod vindicate both the Federal
and State authorities from assaults as numer
ous as tbev are baseless.
7 Tbe Adjutant (iensral is not responsible
for tbe Columbus Correspondence 01 any psper.
and cannot be drawn into a newspaper contro
versy, nevertheless, tne corresnonaenee so
harshly dealt with in your Tuesday's paper, pre
aeutea nothing but simple isots.
f inal v: II tbe press will withhold commu
nications that affeot the honor of the State, tbe
tfBoienoy of the service and the confidence of tbe
people, until application can oe maae to tne tra
souree of Information respecting facts trans
piring at Columbus, they will find through a
courteous response, tbe material for correcting
errors and rightly Informing tbe public Any
other method oannot permanently deeeire the
people, or affect tbe persons assaned; out n aa
grades the State, ana incites aistrnsi at a pe
nod when all should alike labor for the com
mon good. Yours respeatfully,
H. B. CARRINGTON,
H. B. CARRINGTON, Adj't Gen'l.
A Appointed in the Custom
House.
There seems to be a recklessness at present
xImIbk amsei oeua an ember of tne B.erjub
lioan party, wblob, if allowed to continue, will
result in consequences we cannot but regard
with apprehension. . Tbe changes have been
rnngjtday after day, upon tbe announcement
that the administration of Mr Llnooln was to
be marked by political magnanimity, and a lust
recognition for the services of all so nobly
standing by tbe country- We were to bear no
more of political proscription for the past but,
looking to the duties of the present and tbe
hopes of tbe future, we were to go together In
tbe bands of brotherhood uetnovais trom of
fice should only be made for csuse.
We fear that all tbat has been acnonneed
on this subject is a grave deception, "keeping
the promise to the ear, nut oreaaing it to tbe
hope" -
A startling rumor nas raacnaa . ns, which we
can soaroely credit, but it comes from so au
thentic a source, that we cannoi disregard it.
W are informed that on last Monday, a free
white citizen of the Fourteenth Ward, of this
olty, named William O'Brien, was removed
from tbe position oi marker in tne ijastoni
Honse of this olty, and a Negro, named Robert
Vosbnrgb appointed in bis plaoel 't
is this tbe beginning? we venture to say
tbat it this rsoort proves true, there will be
storm to this olty tbat it will take something
more than honied promisee to qaiet At any
time, In this community, to turn out of employ
ment a oltisen because bis skin ie white, to cut
in his place a black negro, would be a movement
so odloua that the entire race of white, men
would rise In vindictive rebellion against it.
But at snob a time as mis to visit such humilia
tion and disgraoe, is criminal to the laat degree.
If tbe KeDUbiioans desire to inaugurate tbe
struggle of party warfare here and now let It
come, and our people will fight is out with all
its eonseanencea. But to be ruiea br negroes!
Is that tbe purpose lor which onr country is to
be preserved and tne Administration protected
in their power 1
This is to be tbe inauguration or toe negro
reign, Is IU And Prince Vosbnrgb. is to take
the lead In the "marking" department of tbe
Custom House. We rather think that tbe
"marking" will be on the face of the Republi
can tarty.
It will ba a verv ubIv mark. too. that no little
time and exertion will be required to efface.-
We will wait further particulars, and In onr
next sire the matter a thorough airing.
Let our fellow citiiens prepare to consider
and aot on this procedure as It deserves. We
shall aot stop to consider the constitutional
Question of appointing Niggers to offloe. Tbe
Constitution ot man is enough for us at preeent
N. Y. Leader.
Murder at East Liverpool, Ohio.
From the Backeye State we learn the partlo
nlare of a most brutal murder committed
East Liverpool, Ohio, on tbe night of the 4tb
Inst. A German who bad been inventing and
mannfaaturlns: a Using machine was found dead
on tbe morning of the 6ih Instant, on tbe rail
road track at tbe above piece, with nis bead
severed from his body. The Coroner's jury
brought in a verdiot thai be was foully murder
ed by some person or persons unknown, and. the
body then placed across the railroad track for the
purpose oi aiearmiug auspioioa ana to create
the impression tbat the man had committed su
icide. joe uerman was entirety lrxneustve.
The murderer bad not been arrested at the last
Cadiz Republican.
A RavoLOTiONARV Itkm. The cannon ball
In the tower of tbe Brattle Sauare Church, was
fired by the Americans in Cambridge, who were
cannonading some parts of Boston, March 17th,
1776. The neaaquartera oi uenerai uage were
opposite tbs church, and the sacred edifice itself
was occupied by tbe British troops. . Tbe obnrch
was new. ana wenerai uage aaio -oe oaa no tear
of shot from Cambridge while his men were
within such walls " 1 be ban was picked
by Mr. Turrell, who preserved It, and wbea
churoh was afterwards repaired, It was placed
In the breaoh it had made. c .
B.
at
O ieesburg is the capital of Loudon conn-
tv. Va.. aud Ilea within three miles of the Po
tomse and ISO miles north of Richmond, and
ahnnt 37 mil from Waetlngton. It is a band'
some town, nf about S 000 population, situated
la the Blast of fertile, highly cultivated and
ninturearjoe eountry.wlth streeu well paved
bouses substantially bulla,"' It has thrw church
as, bank, a court home, an aoodeny, and
newspaper owoe.
Wouldn't Unscrew any More.
Capt.' Evans was an old Navy veteran of
ztv-aaven veer, tie bad lost ao arm ana an
eve. yeara before at Navarlno; which last ac
tion settled his understanding, both legs being
carried off by a chain shot Cork legs were
coming into faahion. Captain Ersns had a pair
of the first quality made for bim; be bad a f alse
arm and baud; Into tbe latter he could screw a
fork or a book,- as occasion required, and be
ing gloved, tbe deficiency was not easily per-iwie-ed
: As increasing tears rendered bim io-
flrm, bis valet took advantage of bim ao that he
Wrote te bis brother, a oomerseuiniro tquiro, to
ainrl him no soms tenant's son as a body er
vant- "No matter bow stupid, if he be honest
and faithful," he wrote. ,
His brother was absent, ana sent to nis stew
ard to seleot a lad. This the stewaid did, but
merely mentioned tbat Lapt. brans wasinnrm,
not apprising the bumpkin of. bis new master s
deficiencies, and sent him to London at once,
where the Captain lived
At ten at night be arrived, and was Immedi
ately shown to Captain Evans's sitting room, '
"What is jour namei"
"My name is John, zur."
"Well, John, my rascally valet is absent
again without leave; help me to bed, as it is
late, and then you on go down' to your sup-
P6'. .. . . .. t .L- .11 ...ll..
AOjourniog to tne oeuroom, tow tu guunu
mao saldt .. . " .
"John, unscrew my leg."
"Zurl" aaid John.
; "Unscrew my leg this way, see."
John did so, tremblingly,
"John, unsorew the oiber leg."
"Zur?" said John.
"Unscrew the other leg, sir."
John did so, now in a state of bewilderment.
"John, unscrew this arm."
Trembling still more, to the Captain's great
amusement, he obeyed.
"John put this eve on tbe table."
John took It as if it would bave bitten bim.
"Now, John no, I won't take tbe other eye
out lift me into bed."
This done, tbe waggish Captain continued:
"John, beat np tbe pillows it Is unoomfort-
able."
It was done.
"Beat It op again, sir; It Is quite bard."
Ae-ain John shook nn the nlllow.
"Tbat won't dos John I can't get my head
comfortable; John, anscrcte my head!"
No. I'll unsorew no morel" anajonnnea
from the room to the kitchen, swearing bis
master was the devil, taking himself to pieces
like a clock. -
Fatal Duel in California. Tbe California
naner eiva the narliculara of a fatal dnel wblcb
r-r---a------r . .. .....
took piaoe between two memoer oi tne legis
lature,; , Messrs. 8bowlter and Plercy, near
San Francisco, on the 25th nit , which resulted
in the death of tbe latter Tbe immediate
canso of tbe rencontre was owiDg to some
words nttered In debate on some Union resolu
tiona. 'Tha unfortunate victim (obarlea w.
Pleroy) received his death wound on tbe eeoond
tire, tbe ball from Dis adversary's tine irising
him in tbe mouth and passed Into bis bead
The wounded man gave a start, throwing bis
head back and fell to the ground. He raised
his bead aligbtly, looked around, ana in mree
minutes was dead. He did not ntter a sound
after hntnc hit.
As soon as be witnessed tne lauu result oi nis
shot, Mr. Showalter beseecbiogly exclaimed to
his pbjsloian," Dt, Hammond, win you rentier
-- noaalhla assistance to that Door man,"
He seemed to be sensibly affected, and passed
a eulogy on the courage and coolness displayed
bt the deceased. In comoanv with his friends,
he Immediately loft the ground. The remains
of thai deceased were conveyed to the Metro
politan Hotel, San Francisoo, and prepared for
aeputtave.. . - -, s. . a . ... .
at
np
one
.SOMETHING NEW
: ' t ' j hi -t', onaanaa ? - - . .
HOWARD & CO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
CALL. AT NO 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new make of
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by B. HOWARD A CO , Boston. Mane.
These Watches are far superior to anything ever offend
to th public heretofore. - Having tbe exoluslre agency,
I can sell then at nrieee to nit the time. I bave lust
received a large stock of- v '
. AMERICAN WATCHES,
tnanuOMtured by APPLETON, TBAC7, A CO ( also,
ftn assortment of
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
r fe Gold and Bllver Case, at Panic prloes. -JanSS
. . W. J. 8AVAQB.
MUST DE SOLD!
ALL THE GOODS
AT STORE
Town Street,
j.n phioiio
TO SUIT THE TIMES!
WAR WAR!! WARM!
AWIJfO TO THIS tTAR BETWEEN
J th Union and the Bunny South, I hav eonolnded
to sen out
A L L M Y G O O D 8, -
:' BVEH '
BBLOW COST.
' Ths stock oonslsts of ths largest lot of
WHITE GOODS,
In the city of Columbus:
JAC0NSTS,
. CAMBEICB,
BBH.UA1TTB,
EBslBAU)A8,
... .KTJIXS,
PLAIDS,
SOIt PDIISH CAIIBBICB,
COLLARS. EQQLHUB, 8KIET BEAD,
BOSIBBT. PUTS BUTT0K8,
BTJBPE5DERS, HOOKS AND EYES, .
and all kind of
NOTIONS AND SMALL WARES; '
th but HOOP SKIRTk la Columbus, and at
. (-.- lotmt pHo, '' '-' i
Wholesale and Retail. -4
Then, ladles, all, both great and small, ,
Come, give me a eall,
And then you'll Bud A. M. E. Broaata
' In all hi Glory. .
A, M. K. BTORBIB, Agent,
Remember the War 1 No, 02 Town street, -aprll:d3m
Columbus,. Ohio
Canton Mattinga.
i 4.' B4s B-4 wniio ana saea ana
t Whit Checked of auperlor quality
For al by
BAIN A BON.
ahS3
, Ne-W bourn High
STELLA SniWLSI STELIjA
x SHAWLS 1 1 la all dotlrabl colore, and at very
great bargains.
BAIN A BON.
apnio
No. 88 South High atreet.
Co-Faxtnenhip. '
I HATE THIS DAT ADRII1 TED BIT
son JAMBS ADGB a BAIN aa partner la mt bo
which will hereafter be conducted wndet the
ot Bain A Son P. BAIN, 89 south High St.
Oolumbua. Feall 1881. ' shl8
a Hatgaret D. Phillips Estate. ...
NOTICE IS HEREHTOITEN THAT
tb andenignedba been duly appointed by
ProbaM Court of Franklin county, Ohio, administratrix
of tbe estate ef atergarat B. Philllpa, kte ef oast ooonty,
WwiiiVlW. iC 'r" MaBt MATHIi.
'7laltw3w ..-'.tfl.Vei i.j 'ji-:., ...
a
t
ti
nea, flra
4
the
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"' 1 '- ' "-apsasa
5 NOWREADY.
' THE 'REVISED 81ATUTES
STATE OP OIXEO
it A GENERAL HATOBB. IN P0B0B AUO. a, 1890.
! COLLATED BY
' Hon. Joseph R. Swan,
W1TB NOTES Ot TBS DECISIONS Of TBS SV'
4 tHEUB OOCBT,
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RISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
II I S l. -Ill .11 i I
Steam Between Ireland aod America.
NEW YORK, BOSTON AND GALWAY .
Th followlne new and magnificent flrst-cls paddle-
wheel Steamships compose th above line:
ADRIATIC, 9,888 ton burthen. . Cipt, J. Micar
' (Formerly of the Collins Lice )
BIBERNI4, 4.400 ton burthen, Capt. N. Faowt
COLUMBIA, 4 40 " " h. LlITCB.
ANOLl i, f.w " " nicBoiaoH.
PAclsIO, 8 000 " " " I Ski iB.
PRINCB ALBERP (Screw.)
3,jw " - j.nitiu.
One of the above ships will leave New Tork or Boston
alternately every Tuesday formlitht for Gsl.sy, ear
rylna the government malls, touching at St. Johns,
N. P.
The Steamers of this line have been constructed witn
the greatest care, nnder the supervision of the govern
ment, hav. water-tight compartments, end ere unexcel
led foroomfort. safety and speed by any steameis sfloat.
Tbey are commanded by able and experienced officers,
and every eaerUon will be made to promote tbe comfort
of pauenger.
An,experieneea eurgesn aiucnea to eacn snip.
HATES OF PASSAGE.
First-class N. Y. or Boston to Calwsy or Liverpool (loo
Beoond-clasi. " " ' " 7S
Flrsi-olasi, ' toft John's 3S
Third-class, " " to Oalway or Liverpool.
or any town In Ireland, on a Railway, - - - JO
- Third-clan passengers ar liberal ly supplied with pro
visions of the bast quality, woked and served by the ser
vants of tbe Company.
RETURN TICKETS.
PasfcoiwUhtaa toeend for ihelr friends from the old
country can obtain tickets from any town on a railway, In
Ireland, or from th principal cities of Bngland and eeot
land. at very low rate.
Passengers for Mew Tork, arriving by tbe Boston
Bteamers, wilt be forwarded to New Tork free of charge.
jror pearag or runner lniorn anon, an i to
Wm U. WIOKHAM,
At the olflee of the Oomnanr. on tha wharf, foot of
Canal street. New York.
HOWLAND A ASPINWALL, Agents.
aprlll9:d6m.
Ei M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State and Town.
nPIIB OLD CAftltlAGR
I SHOP is still running, and although
th pressure of late year has set heavily KSfTjj
upon her running gear, she la still turn-
tout tnoae sptenma fiiai'tno. ttuutiAw Ain.ana
INCB ALBERT'S BHIFTINO TOPS and NO-TOP
BUGGIES, OaRRIAGRPi, EXPRKSS, SKELETON,
DBUOOKAT and GROCERY WAGONS, SMALL OxtNI
BUHES and HACKS. Twenty years steady manufac
turing has given cur work s wide-sperad reputation
through the South and Weat.
we tnererore deem it annecesaary to ay inyuung mere
In regard to the quality ef our work. We waaaaxT
svxav vintctx. Vr can sell ooon To Bceam frcm
BlSSrotSO
Dealers can be furnished with any amount of work at
short notice, and at prices lower than can be bought any
whi-reta the West. Beoond hand Buggies taken in ex
change for new work.
TrrRepaiiini don neatly and at short notice. Fee ,
tory on Front, between State and Town s tracts, Coiuo
bus, Ohio.
ITr'AII communications will receive prompt attention,
Aug. 31 wly B. M. WILLIAMS A CO
l?'4?iSV
' ' iv
. '.j, : ; paic8i sspTjctp . , ,
From th Nrwt ork Obaervar.l
As all parties manuhctnrira Bewlns Machines are ob-' v
lined to do Mr. BnweaUeense on each machine solo, , ;
and are a so compelled to make returns to bim, under
oath, as t the number told, his book give acorraot.tat- -
ment. Iron tnts reliable source we nave ootatnea uie
following ststUtlcs. Of th rnachln mad In the rear
1, there were told, . .;...
By Wheeler A Wilson... 81.303
" I. M. Singer A Co 10.953
G rover A Baker 10 "
Bhowlnr the sales of Wheeler A Wilson to U doubt .
those of any other Company-" .
Awarded th highest oremlmns at Oj ,
United Bate Fairs of 1858. l&iB and 1880; .
- . also at the
Ohio Btate Fair ef IP89 and 186S - 1
and at nearly all th County Ian In tb Bus.. " r
Our nricea. at th lata reduotlon. art a lost a ami
oak Mich machine now sold, aud but a trifle higher than
the Interior two thread chain inch macun, bow 44
forced onon the market. 4
The WHRBLER A wiLBon a AC u IN a man as tne
Loca Btiob the only one which cannot be raveled. It1
la tun oa Bora iDsof the goods, leaving no ridge or ,
choinontk under tide
All machine sfnM a year, ana smsruciitws i .
given In their ue, free of cnane. .;
H. CRARY, 81 High St., Oolnmbo. O
. WNU SUMNBR A CO.,
dec3 2awd3mArtia Plke'a Opm House. Cincinnati
E. RsTCOLUSTER,
(Vliolcaala and Retail Dealer In
JDBACCO; SNUFF & CIGA ;
I. No. fifS Fifth Btrsyot.
pi T SB URGE, Pa.
Keoi . ouatantly en hand all ttto va
rlone BH AN a,9 of -
Tjrjaioxrtotii OlSe-ajro.4
. Oct. l lyd 4 ' -
B
LACK STRAW DON NETS AD EL.
ennt Bibbona, in great vartiity at . BAIN B,
I ,. . , No. 89, Hlabatrwt; .
REPELLANT OR W ATEB-PKOOF .
CLOAK CLOTHS'- Alsov other makeei.f Sprtag i ,
Ooak Olotha,laall desirable mixtures Blodinirs, Taa- .t
Wis and Button so Batch.. BAIN A SON, s t .
eprilS j. - '' Not 89 South HUh.U. ct
TkLAIN AND
riGUItED BLACK ,
ST DRBSB BILES, of every grade
Tbe most select
aasortment la the olty,
.aprilt
and at nost reaennabl rate. .
MAIN A SON, , ,
No. 89 South High street. '

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