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VOL. VIII. NO. 15. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO, WEDNESDAY MORNING. JUNE 26, 1861.
IH DOLLARS PEB TUB,
Inrarlably in Advast,
1 M
" 1 - ' 1 ii.. . i. in .I,,., .
ll)C &)w Statesman
DAILY, TM-WEIKLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH BS AND PBOPBIKTOBI
CP Office Not. 80, 88 and 40, Worth High 8t.
1SRM3 INVARIABLY IN ADVANOl.
flally . ... $6 00 pryear.
- IUB vaiTIOT, pr WOOa, W6 MUtS.
rrl-Wpjlflv ... . .. i 00 par year
weexiy, . . . 1 00 "
cnii of Advertising-fcy the Squar
n.aature 1 veai..."a on
One square 3 weeks.. Si 00
On ' tweaki.. 3 00
On. " 9 month 18 00
Dne " e month. , IS 00
3ns 3 months 10 00
Ont t month! 8 00
One " 1 month. 5 00
On . " ltttk.,, 1 75
On " 3 day.., 100
One 8 days ..i 75
One 1 lniertloB SO
Displayed advertisement, half more than the above
rates.
A.lvcitlsements leaded and placed In the eolamaof
putrmi nonces, ami (He tne ordinary rates.
All notices reoulroc to be published by law, legal rate.
i im.ich.-uuu ire insiae exclusively alter tne oral week
per con;, more man tue above rates; but all Ittcb Wll
aptwar in the Tri-Weekly wlthont charge.
B islness Cards, not exceeding five lines,
de, $'i 50 per line; outside ti.
per year, ln
Nottceaof meetings, charitable. odetles,flreoompanles,
to., half nrlre.
All transient advertUemtntt mvti bt paid for )
arfivme Tie rule will notbevarledfrem.
Weekly, same price as the Dally, where the advertiser
' lejthe Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally end Weekly
an both used, then the charge lirth Weekly will be
n me rates oi tne uaiiy
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F.' A.' V.: 8XMXX38,
Attorney tvt Xiaxrtr
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Adidoi Building, opposite Capitol Bqnar.
COLUMBUS, OHIOl
Machine Manufacturing Companj
MAMuraoTUURa or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Castings, MUl-Oearlng, Kaehlntry. -Alio,
"
ZFLAllx'OAca. ."VKTorls.
or xvxxr DisournoN.
coMjrtiBrjs, omo.
OHAS. AHFiOB, gup't. P. AMBOS, Treat,
deoll, lH5H-tf
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to lodianaoolia without Change of Cart
' aod but One Change of Cars between" '
Columbus and St. Louis. '
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIRST TRAIN.
(Dally,
KXPKKB
Mondays exoeeted.)
NIGUT KXPHKBS, via Dayton, at 8:43 a. m.,stop
D'nii at London, Xenla. Dayton, aiiddietown and iUunlK
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m . i Dayton at 5:45
a. m., Indianopolli at 10:48 a. m.; ct. Loulaat )150
p n' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m., atopplng at all 8ta-'
tlom between Oolnmbui and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
living it Cincinnati 11:03 a. ra., Dayton at 9. IS a. .,
Indianopolil at ;S8p. m. ,
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT BXPIlE88,at S:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Cedarville, Xenla,
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, foster'a,
loveland, Uillfordand Plalnville, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:40 p. ra. Bt. Louis at 12 m; Dayton at J 35 p,
m-i Indianopolil at 10:38 p. B.
tileeplntr C'nra on all Night Train to
Ctuclnnail and Indianapolis,-. -
baouagg cnutKEi) Tnitonon,
for farther information and Through Tickets, apply to
M. L. DOHBHTY,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio.
K.W.WOODWARD,.
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
JN0. W. D0I1BHTV
Jnl3 Agent, Columbna,
Of
by
to
ble
Juit BeeeiTed!
I A A II F. OH CKEElf and BliACK
1UUTUA8 lOO bags prime Bio Oonee.
( 80 pockets old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
1 6 bage Ceylon Coffee.
8 OO bbli. standard White Sugars, Consisting of Pow
dred, Chrushed, Granulated A and B Coffee,
. 60 quintals George Buk Codfish.
BObbls. Mess and No. 1 Mackerel. L
6 tea. Pick &lmon. . .
lOO bx. Layer Baislns. .i '
50 bf. box do do "
lOOqr. box do de
10O at Cigars, different brands and grades. , ,
Dor27 wm. Mcdonald.
M . C. LILLEY .
BOOK . J3XNTXi2Jt
And Blank-Book Jttanufenturcr, .
JTOBTH HIOH BTBXETs COLVltBUB, OHIO
atarll-dly
, Red, White and Blue
DELAINES, " " ".-
CALICOES,
KIBBONS, - T
kJU.KS,
NECK HES. ,
Jut opened by
aprS9
BAIN A BON,
No. 89 South High street.
A DEW HOOP SKIRTe
Mo. 89, SOUTH niQH STREET, .'
Have Just reoelved 4 new maka of HOOP BEIBTS
finished la a manner far superior to any yet lntrodooed
'"DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS .
in. " v:'
VTTHITE WHEAT, BRANDED
"sno "w ir jt ax :.
from "Barnett Mills," Bprlngneid, 0: the best brand of
Jlour brought to ear market. B.tl.fsctlon loaranteedt
Jor sale only at . WM. MoDOMALD'B,
nort7 . lots South High itreet. '
Irish Linen Goods.
WAHRAK TED FABRIC V,
Linen Bhlrt Bmomk Piaia and fancy
ghlrtlng and Bosom Linens.
Linen Hhretings and Pillow Casing!.
Linen OambrJce and Long Lawns.
Linen fockt-handrf, all slses.
.t'.v : .-Linen Towelling! and Diaperg
Linen Napkins and D'Oy lias. -';,t;; a; n c
Linen Table Cloths and Satin Damaska.
Linen Towels with colored border! Jo t!
Linen Btalr Coverings and Crash, , .
for sale at low prises. . -
. BAIN t BON, . ...
hV29 1 "v'v: ' South High itreet '
-IlOflNKTR, RIBBONS TABS, AND
XJ flUOBlSB, new styles, juaiopenMoy
BAIN k SON, '!
aprllS
Ho. 99 Booth High street..
Canton Matting '
1 .4.
84, 0-4. witii and iiea
and
4 Whit Checked ef g&petior quality.
for sal hv
BAIN BON,
,Xe. tetania ft,
mhSS
to
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WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Th LatestTho Largest Tb. Seat.
i ne vneapest eeoaoso tfio Best,
Xlte moat Bellao.Kt fetandard ' An
r tborltf oithEn(l!enLanrna-"
1 Sim Bundrti SnUnml JZIucatort of 0U,
'mi BEST BNQUSQ DIOTIONABT BXtASTV
' ;' UUrary iim JRievyMAer,
"Ileie are upwards of a Dundred Thousand Word's,
whose mnltlfarlons meanings and derivations, together
wiin men correct spelling, and pronnnslauoo are clearly
set before th. ai..'' . . . . .
Cincinnati Ommtroiat,
Btai th DxUtont of the Membtn of V14 Ohio Stalt
Itaaitr t At$actJMOH. .
Th undersigned, members of the Ohio State Teachers'
Association, adopt and als to etc la teaching, writing
sua speesmg, ue orwograpny ana pronnnoiauon oi
Worcester's Koval Quarto Dictionary, and we moot cor
dially recommend It as the moat reliable standard an.
thorlty of the Inallsh laniaaie. as It Is now written and
poaen. :
Loata Andiiwi. President Kenvon OolUe.
M. S, Lioorrr, Superintendent Zaneevtiie Schools
xhos. w. iuavn, aup't uassiion Union Bcncols
M. f. Oowotiv, Bup't Pnblle Schools, Sandusky
John Lvkch. Bud'i Public School,. Olralevllle.
8. N. SaitroaD, Principal Cleveland female BemtnA'
Wat. MrrcMrrx. Bnn't Panlle Brhoala. Mt. union
Job Oaoaa. Pilnolnal SuteBormal School. Minna-
via.
- Ovaoe Naswa, Principal fourth Intermediate School,
vincinnati. " ' j
H. 8. MaaTiM, Sup't Canton union Schools.. .
Edwin ha-suu Prlnolnal McNeely Normal School.
Ku T. Tama, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University,
Wat. W. Knwaase. Snpt Tro Union School.'
A. a. HorxiNS. Prlnolnal Vest Blah BohooL Clsve
land. . .
8. A. noifosr. AHOdate PrlndDal Hith SchooL Cleve
land - ; . , 7ir
Tsraoooaa Stiruko, Principal High' School, CleTe'
land.
R. F. HomTon. Prlndnat Cleveland Institute.
J. A. OaarutLB, President of Hectic Institute, HI
w . L. HaMil. Prof, of Chemlstrv. Ohio Vealevan
University.
11. H. BaJUtrv. fisOammtiatafiav of flAmmm aVihAAla.
Jastas Momoa, Prof. Bbetorlo, Oherlut College
Taoe. Hill, President Antloch Collet.,
O. W. II. OaTSfOABT. . Prof. U.lhmnUra. Rl.ll
School, Dayton.
8. 0. GacMlarJOM. Prof. Lanraaia. Hl.h flnhanL
iayion. ,
8. M. Baaira, Bup't UdIoo Schools, Ashland. -
Hon than Sim Sundrtd ofhtr PmitmU of OolU-
gi$, Prof f tort, AviKort $md IUttngHo& Sivoa
ton, tnaorua bu aoovt tmummt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MaaiBTra Couioa "It Is trulv a mamlftcent work.
an honor to the author, tbe publishers, and Uw whole
eoumry." rresueni Anarews.
Onto Waaur ax CrnvnaiTV .-"It exceeds mv axneeta-
uoni. u win oe my xuiae in ormorarnv and nronnn.
olaUon, and will often be consulted by ms for It neat
ana accurate definition!." Prealdent Thoparinn.
R. Xoiiono Cotiaai. "Heretofore we haveiuad
Webster'! orthography. At a recent meeting of -eur
Faculty, It was decided to change It to oonform' to that
of Worcester's Boyal Jluarto jUlcUocary.'j-Prsaldent
uaraoio. w
wasTamx Riiuvx Oou.tat. "I find It worth of
ootuuu approoauon. rraeiaent uiionooca.
Oaxxtua OoLHoa. "It mora than meets mv exneeta.
Uons. I recommend It as the standard authority in
oruioepy io my cnuaren ana my pupiu.- rreatdent
uvfgan. ...
AxrtooH CoLLXoa. "I admit and aim ta nae In reach.
mg, writing ana speaking, tneortnoaraohv ana nronnn.
datlon of Worcester's ttoyal Quarto Dictionary."
rreiiueni Bill.
"In all my wrltlne. smaklns. and reaohloe. I hava an
deavored to conform to the rules for. ortboxranhy and
pronunciation as contained la Worcester's Dictionary."
Horace Mann, late President.
Kawvo OoiLroe, Oaisaism. I most eordlalW wsw,
mond it as tbe most reliable standard authority, of tbe
nglleh language as It la now written and spoken."
riesiaeat Anurewi. ' ' - '
from Sep. Anton Smfth, OommittUmor of Common
"The Dictionary Is an imperishable monument to the
learning and industry or its author, and anjbonor to the
woria oi letters, xne mecaanioas execuuon la rar supe
rior to. that of any other Lei loon with which I am ac
quainted."
from Bon. B.'B.' Bctnuy. Ba-Oommittiontr o
OCAOOU SfS fIO.
."The most reliable standard authority ef the lan
guage." .
Hreadinii 7ewaTpaper of Ohio Say:
i trom Uu CUotkutA Btreld of Xartk S8,.
The orthography of tba Woroeater Dictionary la that
im ''J nun, 11 uui .1, . ,u uivi. w. umunwi iu iuu
country and England, and conlermi to th general usage
ordinary writers and speakers.
Whatever prejudices may have existed previously, a
careful stud of this volume will Invariably be followed
a warm appreciation of Us great merits, and a desire
add it to the wen seteoiea library, oe largo or amau,
Itlsallbrarv in Itself, and will remain an imperisha
record of the learning of Its compiler; - v
trom lit OtnoinnaH Commercial of April SO. '
Here are onwards of a hundred thoasaad word food.
bad and indifferent whose multifarious meanlou and
derivations, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The wort Is
unquestionably th greatest Thisanraa of English Words
ever published. , . .
from the Olttttand FlainaeaUr of Sept. 80, I860.
Evidently Woacwree'a BoYat. Qoaa-ro Dicnoxaar it
only tne but, but tit srar work of tie tindtttrit
rued , and 01a by do possibility inffer by oomparlaoo or
controversy.
r. , from Ot Toledo Blade of Xhy 2S.
A to yaoNoaoiaTioa. Woaonrn is ths BraJiDaAD
followed by our best authors; In definition! be leave
nothing to be desired, and In OaTaoaaaniT It U lufuoteot
say that Woacxoria ean be safeiy followed. -
;' INOIIAin At BRAGG,
Ifa blialtera, Bookaellera it Stationera,
NO. 191 SUPERIOR ST., 0LXT1LAND, OHIO.
natO'U . . !
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
v- or ' ,
3Xo"cearl.f JN". T
Dividend Jannarr 1,1881,48 Faf Cnt
ASSETS..' tWi&t 89.
. Statement Janaary 1, 1861,
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1840 t3,408,S8 89
Reoelved. for Premlnma dux- - ., ...
lng th year lfc0 8703.0J3 85 . -
Received 'for interest during .- i i'J.V v
in year . xi,wi j . w -'t
il C.'
Total reeslDts for 18eo....aa77.067 U
PaidOlalmsbyDeath07,0SO) : .. : ; :
Paid Polloles snrren- ' .
dered 41,111 29 , ..
Paid Balarlee, Post- . ,
l ,-i s: -Ti
age," Taxes, XX-
chantre. eio 3I.0S0 54
Paid Oommlsiitons te ' '
Axents S1.S39 30 - . :
Paid PhyilclansMe., S.tiCd 75 x -w
Paid Annuities.. . 1.417 00 v
Paid Dividends dur-
' 1 .i i'
lag th tar...M.10D,9W 74 MU.tAIL SB
411,878 14
yet Balance yamnrrrirt: IBein tn -. ...88,81M SO
j 1 .a. , assks;' 5 ; , j --i 1 .
Cash on hand............... 86.0581 11
anA If nrtnuvee hn ftPUT ' - " '
Xiute, worm con 01 u ' . " : - -i
amoant loaned. 8.327.841 08 u-, -; .-
Premium Botes, on Policies . ' ..
in force, only drawing 0 per " -
oeat, loUrest... ljm.804 17 " .'.'
Beat Xstat f.T . W 893S7 5-.,wfl
LoamoDSorip, , 8,03144 ,,,,.,..
Premiums, Kotas and Cash, la " - 1 '
coarse of transmlarlou.... ' 9,xta 7
' Total Assets,, ftt,i,....,a,,f.. .... 83,813,558 SO
T,678Pollolemfoitrittring...'...it548,638
1,439 new Policies have been Isaoed during the year.' '
"After careful calculation ef the present value of th
outstanding Policies of th Company, and having th
nuotttam omotrni In reserve therefor, the Dlraotara
have deotared a Drvrnxxn of 48 per cent, on the Preml-lfll
- " aiot rales, u in policies ror ute in rorce,
Issaed prior to Janaary , 1800, pytls aoooidlog 1 th
present rul of th Oompnny. , , , J:
Bate, tor ail kludeet u', OonHnphdea, Proapietl
ases, BUtemenU,. and Applieatlona, will ao faralshi
wiTBC-uT ciuaqx, t the piiUie i Afenav, . (ha, Oora
' f 0T'fliWf;ifdenV; 1
if ! u k
Kol lrrf"'" 'J,","i!?'
March S8, JBCI, ,.,. .trj n .u1j1ms70s..
TAA1N ANltl.ttohH,U','&lm.i,t
UKES8 8ILK8, Of SveiT grade- -Ibeaeat slt
assortment m tot oity, ana at most reasonable mfea. vw
. . v-r. BAIN At SOat, r,
'aprtlS "P ' " ' K.N8rath High street.
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Scrofula, or King's Evil,
Is a coiiMtitutionnl disraso, n corruption of the
uiiitm, uy wnicil tins iiiiiu Decomos vitiated,
wcuk, ami Jioor. -heins in the circulation, it
uervudes thv whole body, and may burst out
in diainsc 011 any part of it. - No orirnn is fro
from it nttacka, nor la there one whtch it may
uoi ui-siroy. alio acroruioua taint is variously
cutuud by mercurlnl disease, low living, die.
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
ana lilttiy habits, the depressing vices, and.
above all, by the venr-real infection. Whatr
ever be its origin, it Is hereditary in th con
stitution, descending from parents to ehildren
unto the third rind fourth generation ;" indeed,
it seems to1 be the rod of Him who says. !
...Ill -!f. 1 - ... ... '
nut vieii ue imquiuei 01 iu ruuiers upon
their children." . .. .. '
Il cflbcts commence by deposition from the
oioou ox corrupt or ulcerous matter, whieh. In
the lungs; liver, and internal organs, la termed
tubercles; in ths glands, swellings; and on
the eurfaco, eruptions or sores. Thli foul cor-
ruptton, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of iiib, so tliat scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer- from" scrofulous com
pluinti, but they hare fur less potrcr to with-
atuiiu in nuacKS oi ouiar tuseaswi conse
quently vast number! perish by disorders
wiucii, uaiiough not scrofulous in tlieir naturo.
are still rendered futul by this taint in the
system. Most of tlie consumption which de
oimates die human family has its origin directly
in tliis scrofulous contamination; end many
,..i.....: J : .a,., n 1 , . , . .
uc uuiivu uiseuec 01 ue liver, auaneys, Drain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are aggravatea or the aame cause. . :: ,
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous 1
their persons are invaded by tliis lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined Irv it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
uie oiooa by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate 11 oy neaitny too a ona exercise.
buch a medicine we supply in
AYER'S
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the moit effectual remedy which th medical
skill of our times can devise for this
Where prevailing and futal maladv It ia com
bined from the most active remediala that have
been discovered for the expurgation of tliis foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system; from its destraotiv conseauence.
Hence it should be emolored for the cur ct
nor. omv scroruia, out also tnos other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Ehuptitb
and Skih Disxasbs, St.. Anthony's Fins,
. . . r . . .
W08E, or JSttlSIPEUS, ttMPLE9, PfSTUtES,
Dj.OTCHns, Blains and Boils. Tumors. Trr-run
and SaIt Rheum, Scald Head, Rinowor,
ItiiijiMATrsn, SvpiuLiTid and MeucuTuiIJis
ka8i:, Ditopsr, Dyspbpbia. Debility1, ond.
uidetd, all Complaints ahisino mosi vitia
ted ok Imi'hiib Blood. r 'Hie- popular belief
in 41 impurity otht blood " is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood.' The
particular purposo and virtue of thia Sarsnrra-
illii U to purity and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible tn
contaminated constitutions. -' . !
Ague - Cure,
rOK THE SPEEDY CUSE OF
Intermittens Fwcr, or Fever andAgas.
Remittent Fewer, Chill Fever, Dumb
Aruo,i Periodical Heartache, or Billon
Headache, and till Inn. tp. a
for the -whole rise ef ai,,.,.,.rl(lt-
!h is i s caneea ojr
- - -- v. m.kmumisu siouniries,
We are enabled her to offer th nmin.ii.
remedy which, while it cures th above rnmnlnint.
wun certainty, is stUl. perfvetijr harmless in any
quantity.- Such a romedy t invaluable in districts
where those afflicting disorders prevail. Thia
"Cuhb" exDels tho miasmatio ooiaon of Fevcb
and Aol'b from the ayatem, and prevent th de
velopment of the disease, if taken, on the first ap
proach of its premonitory ivmntomi. It Ii not onlv
the beat remedy ever yet discovered for this class
oomplalnts, out also the cheapest. The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brines it wlthla the
reach or every body j and in bilious districts, where
Fbveh and Aoub prevail!, every body ahould
havs it and use It freely both for our and protec-
Uon. , A treat superiority of this remedy over anV
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
oure ot lqtermitienis is mat it contains no Uulnlne
mineral, consequently it produoes.no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left ui healthy ae if
they bad never had the disease.
I ever and Aguo i not alone th consequence of
the miasmatio poison. A great variety of disor
ders arts -from its' irritation, among which are
AViiran'a, Rheumatism, Oout, Ilcanache, Blind
nets. Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal,
pitation. Painful Affection of tin Spleen, Ilyttrr
ici. Pain in the Bowels, C'eho. Parotitis and D '
rangemtnt of tltt Stomach, aU of which,, when
. : . .l . - . . . .
urigiuauiig ui uii cuuaeu nut on me viremswrns
fyp, or become periodical. This Cuue " expel
poison front the blood, and consequently cures 1
them' all alike. It is fl invaluable protection to
immiarants and nersons travcllinir or tcmiioraiiU' !
residing in the malarious districts . If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to tho infection,'
tbut will be excreted from the ayatem, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis-
ease. Henbe it is even more valuable tor pro tec
tion than core, and few will ever saffer from Intpr
mittenu if they avail themselves of .the protectlos. .
remedy affords.' .;, ,";.,' :. r ..;.ai ' -,
Prepared iy Sr. j. 0. ATEB & CO., Lovall, Kb
RDB1RTB ak RimilL Colnmha. .,.
by DruggtsU and Dealer everywbar. . ;i -, ,
awv.tya,swesw ,,' r; .- -.' w . ;
GAKADIalfr ft U28TTED STATES KAIL
STEAMERS
TO AKO FKOAK
LONDONDERRY,, GLASGOW,
i Liverpool' Montreal Quebec,
' v ! KOA' ",'
The Montreal Ocean BtaamahlD Osmsiivs flratlaaa
Clyde-built B teamen sail orerr mJ
nrdety from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian aad
kniteu niaiea aiaii ana passengers. ' '-
' MOtWIOIAH; JL. .; ". WORTH AaTIRlOAlf,
BOHEMIAN, . , ANOLO-BAXON. ..
NORTH BrUTO, ' HIBERNIAN, C '
. 0 AH ASIAN, NOVA8COT1AH. ,
8jhotat Cboaooet (tad Qsilckcsf Ooate
" 1 wysaaaww arsfsan a 1.. .1.
AlOKICA TO AU PABTJ Of 1TO01X--7
Ratoat ot Pmsasata) io jffiviropei, '
(allirom tlTBRPOOL ovorr Ifoelkead aw.
from QUXBBO OTOrjr BSktarelmr ealrtag at
LONDONDERRY, to receive 00 board and aaad Haib) and
PaseetHrersrt and from Ire len lead Scotland . ...
Sieeaiere are ballt of tron. In water-Ught
compartments, carry-each . as experienced Bargeoa. and
very attention I paid ta th comfort and aooommoaa-.
ot passenger. . a Ulty proceed direct to LONDON
CERT, the great risk and .delay of aalliag at Bt. John'
avoiaeu. , . " -
Slisgew passenrersire famished with rhta'nkssam
tickela to aod from Londonderry.
Return tickets granted at reduced lata.
Certificate leaned for oarrrini to and brtnriftioat naa-
aecgers from all the principal town of Great Britain and
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M Bteubanville. II. SO P. M.; Pl'Ubnrgh, 3 40 P. la.,
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4 S3 P. at 1 BaUalr 7 .AS s. at., BiitahaH. n '
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riving at 1 P. M. . 1 . . .
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ont ehange ef Cars; and from, fltuborg then 1 a
Chang of Oar to fhl adelphia, eg via Ailentown to
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. rouaasipnia, or nw y. or k, with only .
i on ehange of Cars. ., t- -vn ,
Bv this Train Passsneer arrive In Mm Viui h.
hour In advance of tb Northern Hoe.
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UTTbls Rout is 30 miles ahorter to Pittsburg,
A . inn . 11 . .
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TIBXI.
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Ily, per year. - ...
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100
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Weekly, per yeai
Kentucky Soil to be Respected.
Tba following document will be found highly
interestiog ' '.
Gen. Buckner to Governor Magoffin.
HEADQUARTERS KY, STATE GUARD.
LOUISVILLE, June 10, 1861
81a: On tbe 81b Inst., at ClDoInoatl, Obio, I
entered into an arrangement with Major Gen.
O. B. McClellan, Commander of the United
States troops io tbe States north of tbe Ohio
river, to the following effect! .
Tbe author! tits of tbe Stite of Kentucky era
to proteot tbe United State property wltblo tba
limits oitba State, to enloroe tba laws of tbe
United otates ia accordance with tba Intepreta-
tions of the UnlMd States Courts, ss far as those
laws rosy be applicable to Kentucky , and to en
fores with all the power of tbe State oar oblige
tion of neutrality as against tbe Southern
States, as lone; as tbe position we have assumed
snail be respected by tbe United otates- -Gen.
McClellan stipulates that tbe territory
of Kentucky aball be respected on the part of
tba United States, even tbougb tba Southern
States should occupy its but In the latter case
ba will call upon tbe authorities of Kentucky to
remove tba Southern roices from our territory.
Should Kentuoky fail to accomplish this object
In a reasonable time, Gen. McClellan claims
tba same right of ocoupancy given to tbe South.
arn forces. 1 bare stipulated in mat case to
adrlae him of the inability of Kentucky to com
ply with ber obligations, and to Invite bira to
dialodee the Southern forces. Ha stipulate
that If ha Is successful In doing 10, bo will with
draw his forces from tba territory of the Stat,
aa eoon as tho Southern forces (ball have been
removed.
This, he assures me, la the policy wbiob be
will adopt towards Kentucky.
Should the' Administration hereafter adopt a
different policy, be is to give ma timely notice
01 tte tact. Should, tbe state 01 nentaciy
hereafter assume a different attitude, be is in
like manner to be advised of tbe faot
Tb well known character of (Sen. McClellan
!( a (efficient guaranty for tba fulfilment of
every stipulation on hla psrt.
1 am, sir, very respeottniiy,
Your obedient servant,
S. B. BUCKNER, Inspector General.
To His Excellency, B. MAGOFFIN, Frankfort,
Kentucky.
Gen. Buckner to Gov. Magoffin
HEADQUARTERS KY, STATE GUARD,
PADUCAH, June 15, 1861
Sia:-Oo the lltb Inst.. 1 advised Got. Harris,
of Tennessee, of the agreement which has been
entered Into with. Gen. MoClellan, and of tba
purpose of Kentucky to carry oat with tbe fore
at ber disposal the neutral position which ber
Legislature and ber people have asanmed, . He
gave on every assurance that th territory of
Kentucky would be respected by Tenoetsee and
the Southern States j and tbat only in th event
of an evident nscessity, after the nentrality of
Kentucky bad been first violated by tbe United
States foroes, would any attempt be made tooo-
cupy any portion of ber territory. His orders
to tne commanaera 01 in Tennessee rorces are
peremptory. -
1 am, sir, very reapectiuuy, .
Your obedient
To His Excellency, B. MAGOFFIN, Frankfort,
Kentucky.
Gen. Buckner to Gov. Magoffin.
HEADQUARTERS KY, STATE GUARD,
PADUCAH, June 15, 1861
8ii On the afternoon of tb 13th Inst-, I
reached- Union Clty,;Tenn.t about twenty-six
mile southeast of Columbus, Ky. - In conse
quence of aa exciting iaoident at Columbus
about noon of that day, I found tbat Tennessee
troops,' under oommand or Major uenerai u. J.
Pillow, were making preparation to occupy
Columbug in force, having been invited to do so
bv the Mayor of Columbus, who had represent
ed to Uen. riilow that tb place was in all prob
ability strongly occupied by the U.S. forces
from Cairo. 2 : :r.
Oa my representations or tbe position occu
pied by Kentucky, Geo. Pillow, at one suspend
ed bis preparations for the advance movement of
hla troops, manifesting every disposition to re
spect tke neutrality ot our territory, .,. . .
- i n highly excited state or. tb ottisen ot
CoVasnbo and violnity, and th lndisortion of
many of tam. at ever moment lmneriling th
peace of the commoawealib, induced m to ns
ta oisoretionary aaeaotity which you gave me
to call into th field a email military force. I
regard its preaenoe ia thi seotiaa absolutely
necessary to qoiet tb unhealthy (iitemenl
wblob exists, and to enforoe . tb obligatioaa
which the Stat ba undertaken to fulfill. - -
Inclosed you will Sad my letter of instructions
toCol. Tilgbman. , , . i. -. : t
1 am, air, rr-ry iespeotfully,! .-. vj - 1 1;
. Your obedient servant, i?- - 1
S. B. BUCKNER, Inspector General.
To His Excellency, B. MAGOFFIN, Frankfort,
Kentucky.
Gen. Buckner to Col. Tilghman
HEADQUARTERS KY, STATE GUARD,
PADUCAH, June 15, 1861
Six: Tb Commander-in-Chief direct thai
you oall Into the service of th State, as soon aa
practicable, aix companies ot the State Unard,
four of infantry, one of artillery, and one of cxv
elrv. . ' ."7.- r-
. You will station these companies for the pre
nt ia th violnity of Columbus, Ky. Amongst
tbe companies it is desirable tbat th company
of Caps. Lyon be included! and, if praotloabl,
to company at joiumDu.
Jiott will asium command or this fore in
pereoa. 1 .. .... 1 :; l ; ,
- e r . a " ''..a '.
Its general ODjeot wui d to oarry out the od
ligatlous of neutrality which the Stat bas as
sumed in th contest now Impending on our
border. . ! "."
Yoor attention will b specially directed to
wards restraining our own ettixens from acts of
lawless aggression, ana wita tnis view yoa win
bold yourself under th direction of th judicial
officers of tb distrlot. Yoa will also gtv pro-
teoilon to all oltlt ens who may claim it, and who
may be threatened in their persons, property, or
enjoyment of their oivll rights.
: You win dirvot Captain Lyon to proceed at
onoe to Uolumbus, to mak the.neoeasary prep-
aratiens for tbs reception of the force. Camp
anloaa-a will be aent from Louisville
v. Yoa will be furnished hereafter wUH TuTT ln-
atmcuona ror your Kumauco.. , k
KaaneMTnllv. vonr ob't servant.- - '
S. B. BUCKNER, Inspector General.
To Col. LOYD TILGHMAN, commanding 4th Regiment
Ky, S. G. Paducah, Ky.
The Church and the War.
thaaabother
In th present atpeet of oar unhappy ooantry, It
Is tbe poeltlon ot tb olergy, whoJiava (oiaed in
tb puone ciamor ror war. w max so-dis-?
tinotlon between th North and tb South la
tbl( reipect. .The awlul reaponaiblliti wbloh
rt upon th acknowledged guides of tb eon
sol encee of men will be felt hereafter when
calmer-momenta of reflection , come over them.
Tbat in too many InaUnoea It has proceeded
from motives of persoual ambition rather than
mlsukea patriotism, cannot be doubted. Tbe
opportunity afforded by a pulpit and an aadienoe
to become a leaaer in a great puoilo dmonstrt
tion, present temptations diffloalt toraistt and
the temptation one yielded to, the unhappy
victim loses reason and Judgment. . The facility
wltli which old and holy truths are forgotten or
explained away, the aernes with which text
ar hunted on In th Old. Testament by way of
Justification of. violence, the terrible Ingenuity
witu wnH)U,tne wotos ox tn oai our ana ilia
apostles are distorted Into phrasea of warlike en
couragement, the Weaaloga which ar poured
epoa. th wr-malrs, th profound allene or
the bitter denunciation whloh la visited on th
pK-BMkrfr-ll these things art oharacter-
Istlo of the coarse of too many clergy in all sec
tion! of the land.'
Had different course been pursued by tbe
clergy generally, what an amount of good tbe
church might have performed ia these dismal
times, its holy mission of peac waa designed
for Just luch days as these. God never charged
11 wttn me outy or stirring men up to codUiol
He bai provided other means for that. Govei n-
ments and authorities are tiedlrioe Initiations
(or wielding the sword ot'ostic; and there wm
enough or lb spirit or, war, bloodshed, and vlo
leoc In the land, for ail desirable purposes
The mlasltm of the church is, to be lb promoter
or peace 1 to oalm tbe minds of meoi to modify
human passion by soggeitlng the duties of the
Christian) to be ready at any moment when tbe
opportunity shall offer, to step In between con
tending parties and receive on Itseir tbe bless
lng pronounced on tbe maker of peace. Tbe
Presbyterian church, which standi on record as
the unflinching enemy of any union with the
State, whoe wide spread arms enfold (objects
of Great Britain in tbe East Indies, and mis
sionary la every zone and under every nation
amy, an as individuals owing aiiegiacoe to the
governments under which tbey reside and of
b'.cb tbey enjoy tbe protection, bas suddenly
bound I'self band and foot, by entering tbe polit
ical arena, and annexing itself as an appendage
to a human government. Not thus would tbe
old Pretbyteilana have don whose faith was
this, tbat the oburcb of God was see In Heaven
and on earth, and that its hosts were armies of
th living God, their only King. "Part of tbe
host have crossed tbe flood, and part are crossing
now," was tbe old bymn then sang by faithful
men, who have now out off their church from Its
noble army of maf'.vri," and declared It to be
a poor, struggling, earthly and looal institution
Tn world contains no more loyal men than
Presbyterians, and such sn aot a this waa not
needed to declare it. Why then was It done?
Because tbe olergy forgot, In the storm of hu
man enthusiasm, tbat tbey ai men might fight
th battles of men, but as churchmen tbey bad
bat spiritual battles to fight. . Tbat as men they
owed allegiance to buman governments, but ae
a General Assembly of tbe Church tbey owed
allegiance to no potentate or power except such
as Paul snd Lather and Chalmers and Alexan
der acknowledge to-day 1
Let us bop for better things hereafter, and
for good growing out of so much passion. It
cannot be but tbat tbe men who have forgotten
tbe words of peace so long, will, wbeo tbe ex
citement peases, flod their own consolation in
returnlog to them. For the present we have
bad too much of the style of Cromwell times,
when every deed of violence was justified by
some flaming passage from God's denunciations
of Egypt and Chaldea, ot the prophetic prayers
of David. j, .-
A very remarkable suggestion waa made by
a friend soma time since, on tb present style
of pnlpit prayers la tbe churches of the bellig
erent clergy. , It was.tuk that almost all tbe
prayers which we bear, relating to the condition
of tb country, are addressed to the God of
Battles) while the Prince of Peace la almost
boliy Ignored. Were th clergy to address
their petitions '. to Him, w should be led tn
oalmer and more- peaeeful paths, and perhaps
we might once in a while get lb a petition tor
at th sacrifice of human
peaoe, even some
feelings of passion and anger". IV. Y, Journal
'
of Oommtrct.' , - - ' "
A Government Bank.
Ever aloe . that cocular phrase "rich as a
bank" first obtained currency, a-' claaa of on-
thinking persons hav become impressed with
th belief, tbat a bank bas some mvalerious
power of producing money, and that each an
institution la a specie of mine, or plaoer, whose
oapaoity can b extended Indefinitely, and may
DO'Wau mga exnauaueaa. .. rnoa, in popular
parlance, the banks are charged wlth'-makbg
money aearoe," whan th market ia a little
atrlngenti and no en of this class of critics ao
pears to question, for a moment, tbe ability of
toes institutions to lend any sum wbica ms
o demanded or tbem, if tbey were only dis
posed to be accommodating. This proposition
may appear to be a little ridiculous when so
plainly stated, and yet a brief examination will
(bow tbat it take a praotioal ahape In the pop
ular mind, and that many ar under lis influ
ence wbo onght to know better. Banks ar es
tablished by borrowers ''to make money plenty"
and plaoe is within their own control; aad there
ar thousands of persons of mora than ordinary
(.Intelligence, wbo accept without,, questioning,
wit popular idea 01 tbe production . ot capital,
and never In their whole lives get a bint of its
fallacy. ... - ..,.
If this false Idea of the producing cower of a
bank were entirely obliterated, and it came to
be understood tbat such an institution could
only control absolutely, as much -money as
amounted to its own paid up capital, and that
any lssne beyond this, must be based upon an
uncertain credit, the power lot mischiet, which
Ill-founded or 111 managed concerns of this sort
now exert so disastrously, would be greatly cur
tauea, ana a nost ot idle tueoric would instant
ly vanish. Ninety nine out of every on hun
dred backs that collapse, are started and man
aged Dy-vhoee wbo want to borrow, Instead of
tboae who havaqoney to lend) It la th effort of
th needy to producnooney, or create capital,
through th machinery of a - bunk, and it tail
because there Is no mob creating productive
power in toe instrument used, it is Do n in
strument, and can generate nothing. 1 .ejoau.
times tn maoninery become attractive, and
oapital is permanently drawn into the concern.
money lender are inauoed to purobase the stock.
ot find it convenient to leave their funds in tbe
bank en deposit, aod thus a basis for success ia
anally stent dt but in suob cases the substance
follows tbt tbadow, and success is possible only
a far at tbia reality la obtained. Borrower
oannot do a banking business tuccessiully, for
tbey are on tb wrong side of the fence. Bank
ing 1 lending money, not esfremin lt and
"atartlog a bank'' by borrovTeis to produce cap
ital, la lik starting a hotel by a lot of travel
era, to get a dinner. .'
And yet it 1 tbis movement on a grand seal
which j sow gravely proposed to our Govern
ment, .The Treasury Is empty, and greatly in
debt, and therefore the Administration mutt
orgaoix a bank to repleniah itl If tbeloTern
raeut were a lender, and had surplus funds, It
might be successiui in tb backing business,
although w think tbr would be too much
friction for a large machln of this sort to work
profitably. I Bat tor a borrowing government to
com mine banking, is to Inaugurate tb old ex
periment under circumstance far leae hopeful
than the average of those which have left uch
aad record la tbe put. If It be said tbat a
bant or circulation 1 an that la recom
mended, w reply that the influence ot such sn
Institution on any scale, large or email, has
always been.nnfarorable, and it ultimate fail
ure certain. ' Tbe toree of tbe disaster would b
increased Io this cue, because to mak the
aebem successful as a means of supplying th
want 01 in treasury, tne volume or circula
tion must be constantly enlarging, and thus tbe
orash rapidly accelerated. lseuinrbhk notes
for such a' purpose la the mere borrowing of
money on oall," with the added certainty tbat
the creditor win all bt clamorous at tb am
moment, and by such aa act depreciate the only
currency la wniea payment can D made, in
this oppositions w ar looking at th question
merely as a financial scheme tor taislag money
takiog'no account of tb effect of such a flood
of paper mony upon tb well being of the coun
try liBelf. jTbl laat is, perhaps, a more im
portant aspect ot tb question than the other, aa
b inflation of thecurrenoy to the extent pro
posed would be ru'noua In it results: but It Is
quite (umoiem tor our present purpose to show
tbat it la impracticable, even as a plan for re
lieving the Treasury. It 1 a ttyl of borrow
ing that bas not a aingi merit to recommend
It, and one blob could have no poeaible hope
f
01 iucces.-t-iv. r. .ear. jmv . -
: Dissolution.;
v-'iUi-.
i9'".T'
rTHE flO-IABTKEHHir HERETtV
A fbr.xtstg between the undersigned, under tbe
flrmDameef ARU STRONG 4t THOMPSON, was dissolv
ed b mutual dim aent oa- lb rst' day of April; 1801.
The business xf tb Use Sna will be asttled by S.. RrJ
ABjamtett. who oontlnuea th bullosas at th old stand.
. B. ARMSTRONG..
maylS-aS:. 8. THOMPSON.
mnAORWNABY BARGAINS!
BAIN" fc SON,.'
0. 89 SOUTH HIOH 8TBEST, ; :
Anfl'-WOW OF7BRINOI
IsOOrt yards SlorPln Black Silks at tl OO-vsJo
I ftp' yard.
e.500 yard Traveling Dram and kfaotl Good at
H ! oenra ylo gg sen's per yard.
3.000 yards White Brilliant at 18 1-8 oents-
valae 80 teats pari ard. .
StOrO yards Vina and Domeatlo Ginghams greatly an
der value.
ALSO:-
LARGE AND DESIRA BLE LOTS OF
KOZllf BIQTJW, BllZORIMJ,
CHAIXIS, FOULARD BUM,
ElTOtlSH B&BH3E8, tsTJllAB,
IA WV, CALlMIi, JOPtIM,
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In th most desirable itylM and at very lowers price.
MANTILLAS!
Of all materials, mid In th mostityllth manner after
a. ! j-sn. rashlons-thi most elegant stylr. la
th city.
BAIN At SOW,
89 S nth High itreet.
may 30
No,
NOW READY.
THE REVISED STATUSES
OP THI
3TATH OTP OHIO
Jt A GENERAL NAT CUE, IN rORCl AUG. 1, I860.
COLLATED BY
Hon. Joseph BL Swan,
WITS N0TB3 Or TBS DECISIONS Of TBS 9
PBI1BOOCRT,
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This book, eontalnlnr. aa It rin .11 .k- a
low In force, and' the authnrltatin, m, .im.h.. .k
tnd of the New Constitution, will be found to be especial
ly useful in the performance of their duties, to all
uuunty oyyiOKRg,
: JUBTIOBSOPTnUPBAOB,
c TOWN8BIPTBU3TBE8, 1
CLBHK8 OP TOWNSHIPS, and
, CITY OFFICERS,
Inasmuch 11 verv manr ehan.A. l. Ku. i-
Statute since th publication of ih. l..t ii,i... v,.
peal, alteration aod additions, aad many Important de
cision e have been given by th Bupreme Court oa ocn-
uu,siiru puiUil.SU
ATTOKNKYB AT LAW.
1 BAN KB S3. MXBCHANTS
AND BCelNR ia MEN GENERALLT.
Will find this an invatuabl a Work.
Zjco evnl 8ro. Tolumee of over Xinetten Bundred
taoee,
In Strong Law Binding. PrioaBlO.CO.
PubUsbed by -
: ROBERT CLARICE, Sc CO..
Law Publlahsrs, Bookiellers; Statlonar and Importers,
febl8:d8m:ls '
"J rvesi roartn street,
Cincinnati 0.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America.
NEW YORK. B03TON AND GALWAY.
Th. following new anil .unHM.t M. i. j ...
wheel 8tramstlps compos the above line:
ADBIATIO, 5,888 ton bnrthen. Cpt, J. tfaoav
(Formerly of the Collins Lin )
HIBBRNIA. 4.400 tone knK.. r.. w a.
COMIMBIA, 4 410 r h.L.TCBr
ANOLK. 4.400
Nicnouoa.
PAOIflO, 9 6U0 "
. 8iih.
r-KlNC ALBEKT. (Scre.w.l
j, WalXam.
On of th above shins will leave v. Ta. 1..1..
alternately every Tuesday fortulght. for Oalnv. ear
rylnf the government mails, touching at Bt. Jobs.
Tb' Steamer of this line Kit
th greatest ear, under the supervision of Ih govern-.
UMDt, have water-tight oompartmenta, and are aorxce
led (oreemfort. xfety and speed iv any eteameie .float.
Iney ar eommaodrd by abl and experienced officers,
and every exertion will be made to promote the comfort
of passenger..
Ao.experlcnod gurgein attached to eaoh ship.
BATES OF PASSAGE.
Flrst clifi If . X. or Boston to Oalsray or Liverpool B100
8eoond-olan, . ' " 71
rirst-elass, - to ft John's ' M
Ihlri-olus, toOalway or Llvercool.
or any town In I relit d. rmaRuiway, ... 30..
Third-claw sassenxers are llner.llv.nnnil.il -tih nu.
visloni of the best quality, cooked and served by ths ser
vant, of tb Company. ..
' HETCRPT TICKETS.
Part(9uuiiine to send fiivih.lv fvtanii. f,nn h. .1.
country can obn, xituu from , X0WB m . r-n-,-
xreiinu, or from the priedpal cities of Bngland and Bcot-
Psu.ni.ia for N.w Tnrk. 1 .1 . .
Steamer, wUl be forwarded to New Yofa fee of oheriv
Var MUIM At fiifiha. l.r...iu. .
- ihiviiu.iiuu, . p I J VQ
a..v . ,v - Wat H. WlOKHAlf,
At th afflea of Hi rnmr... ik. .1 . .L.
Canal itreet. New Tork.
, HOWLANU m. A8PISVTALI1, Agent. .
aprlll8:dSa. .
NEW ARRIVALS
OB' ;
Summer
Spring &
ilVGlliaery. ;
jj 5.... .
Xlm 8 took RoTtrnteaxjKi
: "' . DATTiTrT . .
FRon Latest naponTATioias oa?
NEW YORK; v
all STOCK Of ,
Spring & Summer Millinezy '
isnowoompi.te, oomp rising . very variety t MUlla- ,
ery; also, a Urge usortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Nodosa, at.; and la quantities and price that can '
not fall to .alt all who may favor as with a oall.' Th
goods hav been bought at Panlo prices, and will be (old
atismall sdvanoon ost.
: ; , ;millihekt ...m.,
MiatM E.YOUNG, late of Newark City, '..
will nprlBtnd th Millinery Departmens. Her long
experi.noa" ta the most Fashionable Kst.bltshm.nt in
Broadway will alone b a warraaty that b will be able
to glv ent lr satiafactloaf la matters of taste to til wn ' !
may favor hr with their order. . ,
. the Ladle ot Columbus and vicinity will pasas a
etptmy slaoer thanks for their liberal patronage, and',
I woald respectfully solicit a eentlnaanciof th tarn."
gg EsslTiwn M., Celnmkus, o,
aprll-dSm-eod ' " ' ' '" ' ''." ' - ' '" '" '
BLACK STRAW UOX N ETS Art It Kl. .
egant Bibboua, 1. great variety at BAIN'S,
eott No. 88. High etna, l, .1
REPELliANT OK ' WaTER.PHOOf
CLOAK CLOTHS, Aiao, other makes ef Spring "'
Oloak Cloths, In all d.slrabl mixture. Biodinira, Tas
sels end Buttons to match BAIN A SON, -
,apriS r.; ..., r.8SothlIii(htree
WA N-T K OrA OKNT1 TOtKLL1
paokaaei ot STATION kBY and IBWBLRT, at
Srloee oa-Uiird Us than aaa ba pore baaed elsewhere
all oa or address (stamp enclosed) J. L. BAILKYtNo -151
Court St., Bostoa,aias. march (ftcdim.
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