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COLUMBUS. OHIO, SUNDAY MORNING,-JULIi7, 1861.
VOL. VII i. NO. 24; NEW; SERIES;;
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, BIZ SOIL AILS ?X3 TJW
Invariably in A4vaev a
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DAILY. TEI-WEIKLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISHJRB AND PROPRIITOBS,
OCT Office Soi. 86 SI and 40, Horth High St"
TBRM8 INVABIABLY IN ADVAOB.
Oaily " . . $6 00 per rear.
.' ; " By the Carrier, per week, M cent.
M-Weekly -'. - ,k. 8 00 per year.
Weekly, . . - . 1 00
crnm of Advertising by tbe Square.
nt square I yeai ... $20 00
One ' 0 mor.ths 18 00
Dn. " 0 months 15 00
One " 3 month! 10 00
Dne " Ji months 8 00
On. " I month. S 00
On. square 3 WMkl.
On. ' 9 weeks.
On. "1 week..
4 00
, 3 00
. 1 75
. 1 00
On. " 3 day.
On. , ". Sday.
75
On.
1 Insertion 50
Displayed advertissmenta half mora than the abort
rates.
Advertisement, leaded and placed In the column ol
xpsctai Mottoes," aouot M ordinary ran.
All uuticea required to be published by law, legal rate.,
If ordered on the Inside exclusively after tbe first week
per cent, more man tne abort rate.; tat all such wll
appear In the Trt-weeaiy without charge
Business Cards, not exceeding fire lines, per year, In
lie, x super line; outsiue ax,
Notices of meetings, charitable ocletlet, fir. oompanlet
Ac. half price
All transient advertitemtnt matt b paid for in
advance Tie rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, earn, price at tht Dally, when the advertiser
aes the Weekly alone. Where rh. Daily and Weekly
arj both used, then the charge lor the Weekly will be
.Iff 11.- .-..( iL. , v : ,
No advertisement uken except for a Seflrilt peModl
BUSINESS -CARDS.
, F. A. B. SOEKIHS,
ttornoy at Xjaxtc
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Ambot Building, opposite Capitol Square.
. , .' , i . , OOWJMBUS, OHIOJ
jL. OSBORNE,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO.
COIjTTMBTJS
Machine MaBnfactnring Companj
ajaHDrAOTCaias of
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS.
Castinji, Klll-6earing, Maehlnery. t
" AtiO,'
or itiit DuournoM.
COLVnUVSi OHIO.
OUAfl. AM BOB, Sop'l, P. All BOB, Treat. '
deoll. lbift-tf
f o a o oo a e.t u . o.e o t.ly lTj
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton 4 Indlanapolisl
Through to Indianabolis without Change of Can
and but One Change of Can between
t . Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. " 7 .. FIRSTTRAIN.
'(Dally, Mondayaexcepted.)
MOUT BXPKE83, via Dayton, at S:i5 a. m., stop
plug at London, Xenla, Dayton, Uiddletown and BunU
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.; Dayton at 5.45
a. m., IndianopolU at 10:48 a. m.;Ht. Loultat 11:50
.P " FXOND TRAIN.
. . ACCOMMODATION, at t:10 a. as., ttopplng at all Sta
tion! between Oolombu. and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
living at Cincinnati 1L0S a. m., Dayton at 0:15 a. .,
Indlanopollt af S;S p.
, . THIRD TRAIN.
BAT IXPBE88, at S30 p. m., .topping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleaton, OeUarville, Xenla,
Spring Valley, Oorwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, Foster's,
Lenland, Millfordand Platnvllle, arriving at Oincln.
nati at 7:S0 p. sa.; Bt. Loula at 18 m; Dayton at 5 35 p.
.; Iodlanopolia410;3ap.ni. .! .
stleenlnir Care on all Nip; tit Train to
Cincinnati and. Indianapolis.
BAflBACE' CHECKED TIIKOCOH.
for farther Information and Through Tickets, apply to
.... M. L.DOUBRTT, '
' ' 'ticket Agent, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio.
rf. W. WOODWARD,
r A I ' " Superintendent, Cincinnati.
' '" . JNO. W.DOnKRTf
Jnl3 Agent, Oolnmbus,
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or
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to
It
to
Just Beeelvedl
1AA HP.'CH OHEEN and BLACK
lUUTKAS lOO bags prim. Rio Cone. '
ISO pocket. old Dutch Government Java Coffee. .
1 A bags Ceylon Coffee.
tOObbls. standard Whit. Sugar, consisting of Pow
dred, Obrnabed, Qranulated A and B Coffee.
50 quintals George Bank Oodlah.
20 bblt. Ilea, and Ko. 1 Mackerel.
6 tea. Pick Salmon. -,
lOObx. Layer Baialnt. "
60hf. box do do
lOOqr-bo do ' d. ' '
. 10O M Olgart, different bran da and grades.
nova? wm. Mcdonald.
M. C. LILLFY
.And Blank-Book Manufantorer, ,
" KOBTH HIGH ITBXST, WLUatBUi, OHIO
SsarlfHlly -: -:
Red; .White and Blue
Dems!aW.,
-,; -IlaUItUNS,
SILKS,
NECK TIES.
Just opened by t
irj :".'.
aprSd
, n,;v.O T. i., ... . .
No, SB South High street..
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A NSW HOOF SKIllTt r
l-r.'t .Hi,-
No. 89, SOUTH HI0H KE1BT. -
f nive' jfial received' a as 'make of flOOC 8KIETS
finished ta a Banner (at superior to an; jet lutroduced
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS
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..'.J.f:.,'tAnI.'r, FA.OCH. ..i. ..-.'...,
W-H1T1C WUEAIf BttAADED
F rmti BarnettMills,' eprlngAeld, O-th. test brand of
riour oreudHt to our market., atisttetion goaranleea
For Mia only rtuc' IV WM. MoDONALD'S,
aovx7 108 South High stree t.
'Irish linen ' Goods.
"iAlinAPiTEIKFApHIC ' V ' )
TT ' Linen Shirt Boaomi Plain and Fancy
. . q Shirting and Bosom Linens. , . ,
" " "' Linen Sheeting! and Pillow Osslngs.
, .. Linen 0 ambries and Long Lawns.
i Linen Poek.t-handk'ft, all tlaet.
-t..r " tWnen Towellings and Diapers
U.. I'trnmHar-klBsandD'Oylles. , .
.-. LlntnTableClotb..rMltatlnIsnisks. f s ,
Linen Towels with oolored borders. :
' Linen Stair Coverings and Oraah.
Fot sale allow prices.
I ,sj I, . No. WSoaikBlih street.
BONN KTI M1BBPNS TABS. AND
RC0HB3, saw style., Just open sd by
. - . - n . v -j, j, j - - . a. a m aa awn,
aprilS He. W leash lstnsl.
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WOROESTBR'S '
ROYAl QUARTO DICTIOJTAllY.
The Latest The Largest The Beat,
The Cheapest Became the. Best,
"Tlie Most HeliaWn filanimrd An
tberlty of the Cntrllih MitiffuaKO."
. Site Eundrtd Eminmt Sdwsator of Ohio,
"THH BEST ENGLlBn DIOTlONAltY BXTANT.
Literary Hen Saerywhtrt
"Heie are upwards of a Hundred Thousand Words,
whose mnltlfarioua meaningt and derivations, together
with theit correct spelling, and pronunciation are clearly
set wiore mo eje. "
Cincinnati Commercial,
Btad the Decltiont of the Hemlert af the Ohio Stat
jmcjut'i Atsociaium
' The undersigned, members of the Ohio Stat. Teachers'
Association, adopt and aim to use In teaching, writing
and speaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester's Boval Quarto Dictionary, and we moat cor
dially reoommend it at the most reliable standard au
thority of the English language, as It It now written end
spoken.
Loam AoRrwt, President Kenyon College.
M. D. Ltoarrr, Superintendent Zaneanlle Schools.
Thos. W. Uarviy, Bup't MastilonUnion Schools.
m. r. U0WDIHT, Bup't rublio Bcnoois, eanausicy
John Lvxca. Suo'tPublie Schools, Oirclevllle,
8. N. BAJtroao, Principal Cleveland Female Semina
ry. War. MrreHitL, Sup't Public Schools, Mt. Union.
Jobs Oodsm, Principal Stat. Normal School, Minne
sota. Ctkos Naioh, Principal Fourth Intonoedlate School,
Cincinnati. : : '.
n. - KiarTtsi,'p,tCijrifnn Unlto Schools.
Edwin Rkoal, Principal McNeely Kormai Bcnool.
Eli T. Tafpam, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
Wm. W. Edwards, Sup't Troy Union School.'
A. 0. Horxixe, Principal West High School, Cleve
land. B. A. Norton, Associate Principal nigh School, Cleve
land. Ihsodors Btirlwo, Principal High School, Clove
land.
B. F. ITcaiirroN, Principal Cleveland Institute.
J. A. Garpucld, President of Electlc Institute, Hi
ram. W. L. Harris, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan
University.
H. H. Barnit. Ex-Cemmltaioner of Common Schools,
Ohio.
Jahb Monrob, Prof. Rhetoric-, Oberlln College.
Taos. Hol, President Antloch College.
0. W. II. Oathoart, Prof. Mathematics, High
School, Dayton.
B. 0. CRostsAcea, Prof. Language, High School,
Dayton.
B. M. BaRskr, Bup't Union Schools, Ashland.
More than Sim Hundred other Prteident of Cone-
get, Frofenort, Author and Dutinguiehea educa
tor, hat mdorted tht above tenttment.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGE3 IN OHIO.
Marietta Collbms "It It truly a magnificent work.
an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
country." President Andrews.
Ohio Wesi.iyan University It exceeds my expecta
tion!. It will be my guide In orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for its neat
and accurate definitions." President Thompson.
W. R. EotxcTio College. "Heretofore w. have used
Webster', orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faculty, it waa decided to change it to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary."- President
Uarneld.
Western Reserve Coilioe. "I find It worthy of
cordial approbation." President Hltohoock.
Oserlin Oollise. "It more than meets my expects'
tlons. I recommend It as the standard suthority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." Presld.nt
Morgan.
AsTtoca CoLLEoi. "I adopt and aim to use In teach'
Inn. writint and (Deaklnir. the orthourauhv and pronun.
elation of Worcester's ttoyal Quarto Dictionary.
President Mill.
In all my writing, sneaking, and teaching, I have en
deavored to conform to the rules for orthography and
pronunciation at contained in Worcester f Dictionary
Horace Mann, late President.
KtsroN Oollese, GaMsibr. 4'I most cordially recom
mond It as the most reliable standard authority of the
English language as It is now written and spoken."
President Andrews.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Rev. Anton Smyth, Committiontr of Common
ectoou tn vnto.
"Th. Dictionary Is an bnperlshable monument to the
earning ana industry or in auuior, ana an nonor to tne
world of letters. Tbe mechanical execution isfaraupe-
. .hi.. . ,!,.,. T.An. with KIi.k T ..a
iquaintea."
erv7n xrovs. o a, -Darney. jua-vmmtwnoncr oj
acnooit in vnw.
"The most reliable standard authority of th. lan
guage.'' WHAT T1TE
Jjesulinn jN'ewsipaperai or Ohio Say
from th Cleveland Herald of March 28.
Th. orthography of the Worcester Dictionary la that
used by most, if not all, author, of distinction in this
country and England, and conforms to the general usage
ordinary writers ana speakers.
Whatever prejudices may have existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will invariably be followed
a warm appreciation ot Its great merits, and a desire
add It to th. w.ll selected library, be it large or small,
is a library in itself, and wlU remain an imperisha
record of the learning of Its compiler.
from th Cincinnati Commercial of April 20.
Here are onwards of a hundred thousand words good.
bad and indifferent whose multlfarlou. meaningt and
derivations, together with their correot spelling and pro
nunciation, are tet clearly before the eye- The work It
unquestionably tht greatest Thtsaurut of English Words
ever published. -
Jfrem th Cleveland flaindealtr of Sept. SO, I860.
Evidently Worcester. Roval Qdarto Dictionary it
not only th latt, but th sest work of the kind ever if
eiMoJ, andean by no possibility suffer by comparison or
controversy.
From th Toledo made of May 29.
As to raortOKCiATioN. Worcester is ths Staiioard
followed by our best authors; in definitions he leaves
nothing to.be desired, and in Ortrooraitiy It Is sufficient
say tbat Worcester oan be safely followed.
INUHARI BRAGG,
Publishers, Booksellers) & Stationers,
NO. 101 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
mai9 . . '
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF
N"owarlt, W. eT-
Dlvldend January 1 1 186 1 1 5 Ter Cent.
ASBET8 ......ZZ 13,819,556 50.
Statement January 1s 1861s
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, I860 3,40,58J 30
Received (or Premiums dur
ing the jear 1BC0 $763,033 55
Received for Interest during
the year I860 214,014 1!)
Total reoelpls for 18C0....aD77.(KJ7 74
Paid Claims by Death,207,u5(l 00
Paid Policies surren
dered 41,111 39
Psid Salaries, Post-
sge, Xaxes, Jx-
change, etc.. ..... 31,620 54
Paid Commissions to
Agent. 51,325 30
Paid Physicians' fees. 5,0t6 7.1
Paid Annuities 1,517 00
Paid Dividends dur
ing th. year ......106,5110 75 505,001 03
411,076 14
Net Balance January 1st, 18G1 3,8I3,558 50
'. ' ASSETS. '
Oath on hand .'. 10.6284 19
Bonds ana Mortgage, on Real
Estate, worth doable the -
amount loaned 8,337,841 68
Premium Notes, on Polldet
in force, only drawing 6 per
eent. interest. 1,870,P4 17
leal Estat. to,891 87
Loant on Scrip ' 5,931 44 '
Premlnms.NotesandCaah, In -
exmrse of transmission.... 45,343 75
Total AtMts e3,813,556 50
aaatMSasaastBxMiBRt
T8T5 Pollelet In fores, Insuring. B,426,fl38
1,435 new Polldet have been Issued during the year,
Attn a oareful calculation of the present value of the
outstanding Policies of th. Company, and baring th.
MOMtary amount in reserve therefor, th. Dlreotors
have declared a DivroEim of 45 per cent, on th. Premi
ume paid at the table rates, to all polldet for life in force.
Issued prior to January 1, lbOO, payable according to the
present ml. of th. Company,
Bate, for all kinds of Lite Contingencies, Prospect
uses, 8 tatements, and Applications, will be furnished
without cuARea, at ths Olilo. or Agencies of ths Com
pany. ... 1
' ROBT. I. PATTKRBON, President.
L. 0. GROTUR, Vic President.
BENJ. 0. HILLHR, Seoretary.
y ""' ' , ., No. Johnson Blook,
March 90,1861. 1 " ' - Oolumbus,0.
PLAIN AND FIGURED BLACK
PRESS BlLO, of tv.rv grade. The most select
atertoMnt in th oily, and at net reasonable rales,
BAIN at SON, ,
aprlU No. MaVmtt Hit .trees.
r
J
is
er'sSarsaDamla
A compound remedy, designed to-be the most
effectual AUerativ that can.be reader It is
a concentrated extract of Para- Sarsaparilla,
so combined with other, .substances of still
greater alterative power as to afford an oflec.
tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that u(h a
remedv is wanted bv those who suffer from
strumous complaints, and that ono. which will
accomplish their cure must Drove of immense
service to tine largo class of our aiiuctea fellow-
citizens. How completely thus compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints:- . i.
ScltOFUXA AND ScitOFtT.01'3 CoMPLAiKTS,
EltUPTIONS AND EuUPTirE DlSKASES, Ul.CEtlS,
Pimples, Blotches, TuMrtns, Bai.t KnhuM,
Scalq Head, Srniais and Svphili 10 Af
fections, Mercurial Disi'ase, Duopsr, Nrr-
RALOIA Oil TlO DOULOURBTJX, DEBILITY, DV!1-
pepsia and Indigestion, En.Ysirr.tAS, Rosf.
on St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
class of complaints arisingnm ImVuiuty. of
Tim Blood. ' 1 ;.rr
This compound will Bb-fMnd a great pro
moter of health, when taken in the spring, to
oxpcl the foul humors which fester in the
blood at that season of the year. ' 13 y flic time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes cm, by
the aid of this remedy, spnro themselves from
tho endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which-.the- system will strive to
rfd Itself of corl irprloiis, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
by an alterativo medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores ; cleanse it when yon find it is ol
structcd and sluggish in tho veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, pcoplo 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 con 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 egregiounly deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all tho virtue that is claimed
for. itj but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
Dunns lato years tno public have been mis
led by largo bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curativo properties whatev
er. Hence, hitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until tho
name itself 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 rcscuo the
name from the lo.id of obloquy which re-ts
upon it. Ana wo Uiuik wo have ground lor
believing it lias virtues which aro irresistible
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication ironi tlie system, tlie remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle. ' . ,
ritEPARj-D tr
DR. J. C. AVE It & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, 91 per Dottle 1 Six Hottles for $3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral :
has won for Itself such a renown for tlie cure eif
every variety of Throat and T.ung Complaint, tliut
11. m euiiiciy uiiuoueBttary lor us to recount the
evidenco of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its qunlity is kept up to tlio best
it ever has keen, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief ail it has ever been found to do,
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
ron TUB CURE 07
Costireness, Jaundice, Dyspcpiia, bidigeiiion,
Dyuntery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, nhewnatism, Eruption, and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Teller, Tumors awl
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, 'Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, find for Purifying the Blood,
They arc sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they aro the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
family physic.
Price 25 cents per Box ; Fivo botes for $1.Q0.
Great numbers of Clergy men, .Physicians, States-
men, and eminent personages, hnvo lunt their
names to certify tho unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space hers will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish gratis our AMEnrcAit Almanac in which they
are given ; with also full descriptions ot tlio above
complaints, and tho treatment that should ho f 1-,
lowed for their cure , , '
So not be nut off lv unnrineinled dealer with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ann's, and tako no others. The sick
want the best aid tliere is for them, nd they should
nave it.
AU our remediefnre for sale by
ROBERTS AY SAMUEL. Columha.
And by Sragglatt and Dealers everywhere.
Buvwi;a,iwaaw . ...
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES MAIL
LONDONDERRY, ' GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, : Quebec,
and ' ' . ,
JSTlsl W , YORK.
The Montreal Ocean Stcamshlo Oomtttnv. flrat-claae
full-powered Clyde-hnllt Steamer, sail every Sat.
Tirday from PORTLAND, carrying th. Canadian and
United Btates Mall and passengers, - -
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, " ANGLO-SAXON,
MUHI1I BK1I0N, HIBKRNIAN,
CANADIAN, , . NOVABCOIIAN.
Shortest, Cheapest and Quickest Con.
veyanee iresu .
AMEEICA TO ALT, fABTI OF ETOOPI.
Rate ot Faunas: to Kurojja, '
. $30, i860, $30.
Will tall from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUEBBO every Saturday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mail, and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland. .
RT'Xhese. Steamers art built of Iron, is watar-tlght
compartments, carry et ch an experienced, Surgeon, and
vary attenUoa is paid to th. comfort and acaommorf-v
tlon of passengers. A. they proceed direct to LONDON.
DERT, th. great risk and delay of calling at Bt, John's
avoided. , 1
Glasgow passengers art furnished will .nra naaaafa
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Return ticket, granted at reduced rates.
Certificates issued for carrying to and bringing out psa-
ttngert from all th. principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of steamers, and
by th. WASHINGTON LINE Ot BAILINU PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week., , . r, r , v -
Sight Draft for XI and Upward pay
able la England. Ireland, Soot-, i-
land Wale.
Tor passage, apply al th. Oirto. 13 BROAP.
WAli New kork, and 1U WAl'CK ST.,
Liverpool. . (.,'. -. v i
BABEL. ISASLZ, General Agents, " '
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG, ,
nolO-lydfcw ' " Pott Office, Columbus, Onto.
T
' Co-Partnership,
T HAVE THIS toAV ADMITTED ItlT
A ton JAMES ADUfll BAIN at partner in my busl'
ness, which will bet after be conducted under th firm
Bain aeon. r , jsaui , mi noma uiga Bt.
Columbus, jfeb IS, 1801. fablt) j,
UENRY KtEHLEU, : l i
fLata ot Phalon't EsWiHrbmrotv W."T:,r Pirfprltlore
th Mew Xork Easkionabl fihavtne. Hair 0trln.
Sltamooonlni, Ourltsgand Dreaslna Saleen. East State
Stmts ovar Ik Poet OlBo,. when MUafaoUoD will
be giveo In all the various branohea. Ladlas tad
Children's ul " rssslng don In tb. bait ttyie. , u 0
JyslHUy
BEAUTIFUL,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER !
1
OVfl SPIIIMG STOCK IS CrtlJSfJAI
ly large and well aasortetl. The very latest paUernt
from AMEUIOAN, ENULWUandfRESOa laotoriet.
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 FIXTUEES, all kinds,
CO&D AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL HCTURE3
AND THAMES.
RANDALL & ASTtfN,
lOO Sou-tla. XXlgla St.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlords and persons wishing quantities of
Paper will make money by buying ot ns. Country
Merchants and persons from abroad will do well to call
and tee ut. nprll 1 d5meodl ' R. fcA.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
RAILROADS COMBINED!
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BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PIT TSBURail WITH TUB
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Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities !
Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
MORN'INO EXPRESS
Leaves Columbus 3 30 A.M. from Union Depot, via
R.ll.lra nr riih..n.l 1 1 .rrive. .L BellurS. 10. 20 A.
Mi Steubenvllle, 111.20 P.M.: Pittsburgh, 340 P. M- !
Hmiihn. i in a. m , mit jLOtnttm. arrives at New
Vnrlc H llil.M.i vid fhtladtlclna. arrivet at Phila
delphia, S.iO A. M.; New Vork, 10.30 A. M. Connect,
also at liarritburg lor Baltimore, arriving at 7.45 A. H.
Sleeping Cart attached to this Train
Froln Columbus, run directly through to Bellaire or
Pittsburgh without change: and i'asiengen via Allen-
town arrive in New York at 8 A. M.,
JTJ'TWO HOURS IN ADVANCE OJ NORTHERN
This Train also connects at Bellaire with the
Baltimore and Ubio Kaiiroau.
PITTSBURGH EXPRS3S.
Leaves Columbus 11 SS A. If., from Union Dopot, via
Bteubenville; arrive! at Newark, l'J.50 P. M.; Coshoc
ton, a.1.1 P. M.; Steubenvllle. 6 P. M.; Pittsburg, S.sO
P,
M. IOThls Is the only route by which Passengers
i leave Cincinnati at 7 A. Id., go through to l'itts-
ctn
burgh in daylight, without change of ears or delay.
V "FAST LINE. "7
Leaves Columbus 3.1.1 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Bellaire: arrives at MewarK, n.xj p. jl.; zanesvnie,
4 33 P. M.i Bellaire 7 .55 P. M.I Pittsburgh, tl.SS P.
M.; Harrlsburg, 9.00 A. M.; ria AUentovm, anlvet
at New York, 4 P. M.; via Philadelphia, arrives
Philadelphia, 1.10 r. M.; New York, 6 r . si. This
Train alto connects at Ilarrlabarg for Baltimore, ar
riving at 1 P- Al.
. Thit Train rant through to Bellaire or Pittsburg with
out change of Cars; and from Pittsburg there is no
change of Car. to Philadelphia, or via A lien town to
new rorg lauionenog
The only Route from Colnmbns to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only
' r one change of Cars.
., By this Train Passenger! arrive In New York five
hours In advance of the Northern lines.
Thlt Train also connects at Bellaire with the Baltimore
and Ohio R. R.
ID" This Route la 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
and 'more than 100 miles shorter to ,
New York, than Northern Lines.
Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant romts .East,
I ' ' ASK FOR TICKETS TIA
:; BELLAIRE OR STEPBENVILLE.
Tick,et Good oyer either Route.
JNO. W.BROWN,
. Ocn, Ticket Aiene Central Ohio R. R.
'' ' I- A. HUTCHINSON,
Gen. Ticket Agent Stf ubeuvlllo Bhort Line.
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GENERAL HARDWARE,
'''" Klixit, GLASS, SASH, PUTTT, OORDAQl, ; :
4iuna, fistoU, Woodfc Willow Waxes
. Kth.rand Kakber Belting, lac Leather,, not. and
king.
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Novelties In Nick Ties and Scarfs.
' . i r ' Byron and Oarrote Collar., fv T
' '" " . ' Embroidered Pocket Handkerchieft ,1
'', Parll Kid Olovet, superior make.
" e Golden Hill Shirt, varloui .tyle. ' ' '
Beys' Cwldsa Mill Shirts, do r. i.O ,-:
- Driving and Street Olovet, do', ' I ,,.c;
,' . Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, rarlont style., n'
" HaU Hotend Under Garments,, r 1 '
- BATS fc B01f,T-
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1) )io Statesman
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Tri weekly, per rear
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[From the New York Times, July 2.]
The Press and the Secretary of War.
THE WAR DEPARTMENT—AN INQUIRY WANTED.
It is idle to attempt a suppression of the faot
that the public universally regards the adminif
tration of the War Department as surrounded
with corrupt Influences. ' Contract, have noto
riously been made in disregard of all tbe usual
dictates of prudence and economy. Trsnsporto
have been hired at monthly rates double the en
tire value of tbe vessels; arms and munitions
have been bought at prices which would cease
to seem excessive when we learn that one
fourth the cost paBsed into the pocket of the
purchasing agent; tbe most worthless of trash
bas been received from favorites, and paid for
as if fully up to the contract requirements; and
In every transaction connected with the warlike
preparations of the Government there has been
the taint of peculation and dishonesty.. For
these phenomena the Chief of tbe War .Depart
ment is popularly regarded as responsible, and,
at all events, upon him will rest the responsibil
ity of disproving them. ,
Precedents may very easily be found to war
rant a certain amount of profligacy in tbe early
efforts at war of a peacclul people. Rapiclty
takes the field before patriotism, and Is slow to
leave it. There are innumerable personal
iriends of tboso having wealth to distribute,
whose friendship upon profitable occasions be
comes exceedingly, and even pertlnaelously de
monstrative, and whose ardor cm only be cool
ed by very liberal concessions. Contractors
make their way through back doors, with gold
en keys; political supporters have private
claims to be paid for at tbe publio coat; atten
tion has to be given to securing the utmost pos
sible returns to personal and political services.
Such temptations to forgetlulness of the publio
good are seldom resisted; and the opportunity
for dispensing patronage so vast is employed
with an average certainty at the commeceroent
of everv contest like tbe present.
It was unfortunate tor tbe Secretary of War
that he came to bis office with a reputation not
free from reproach. Old charges of a damag
ing character, though perhaps without evidence
to sustain them, had followed him for years;
and it was known beside that bis pecuniary in
terests ran in many directions, and were gene
rally bold and speculative. It required more
than ordinary circumspection, therefore, to es
cape without suspicion the severe scrutiny such
antecedents would provoke, and It must be con
fessed the Secretary bas exhibited far less of
tbe quality than was to De expected irom a man
of his practical shrewdness. A popular im
pression, extremely unfavorable to tbe Cbief of
tbe Department, has been created Dy tne on.
vious swindling and plundering to wblcn we
have alluded. If. as we desire to believe, and
demand to have proved, if trne, Mr. Cameron
is no party to theao shameful transactions, and
is unaware or their existence, tne Administra
tion is suffering to a degree which may be fatal
to ite success, Irom a very unjust but general
prejudice. .
Congress is about to be asked for indefinite
millions, to be disbursed mainly through tbe
War Department, ttetore granting a dollar,
Coneress must institute such investigations as
will leave no doubt npon the popular mind aa to
its honest expenditure, 1 ne extraordinary pow
era confided to the Executive must not be
abused. The suspicion that the national entbo
aiaim is employed by bad and reckless men lor
self-aggrandizement must be removed. Until
certainty is attained upon these points, it is safe
to say no loan will be received with any tort of
lavor in tbe money market; ana no reliance
can be placed upon a continuance of the great
and popular Impulse, tne oessation ot which
must be the dissolution of the Government. It
is due to tbe people, to the Administration, and
apooially due to the Secretary of War, that
these intimations 01 corruption De tnorougnij
examined and cleared up. -
Editorial Corrispondinoe op the Times,
niTiD r 0ATAKS8 Monro., Junk JU.Alr. Ray
mond, after specifying the manner in which
Sutlers are appointed, gives a abort history of
tbe appointment or Mr. Moody, woo has been
Sutler at the Fortress since last summer, and
shows how satisfactory his eoleotion was to the
officers and soldiers, as also to the Union men
in that section. Moody being a Union man,
was distrusted bv bis neighbors, and was about
to relinquish his warrant, which bad been issued
by tbe W ar Department for three years, when
the officers of the Fort urged him to remain,
and that tbe Government woold unquestionably
extend to tbe Union men in Virginia who might
surfer for their principles, every possible aid
and support. He deoided to remain; bit family,
meantime, was driven from their residence, his
property eeized, and he forbidden to return.
He baa eince beard nothing irom or of bla
family, but has been devoting himself, with
great zeal and assiduity, to tbe duties of bla
post. -
Borne eight or ten days einoe, Mr. wistar, of
Pennsylvania, made his appearance, either in
person or by an agent of tbe Fortress, with a
written riqmit from the secretary of War, that
he might be appointed Sutler in the place of
Mr. Moody. A Council 01 Administration was
at once convened.. Mr. Moody was found to
have received, his appointment for the fixed
term of three years; no pretense was made in
any quarter that he had not performed the da
ties of bis office with perfeot fidelity, and to
the entire satisfaction of all concerned; and no
warrant oould be found, either in tbe army reg.
ulations or in the practice of the army, tor re
moving blm in any other way than npon convic
tion by court martial, on charges of misconduct
distinctly made. In a letter to tbe Secretary
of War, setting forth- all the considerations,
the Counoil, therefore, stated that they could
find no justification tor the appointment of Mr.
wistar. ' 1 -n .
Thus the matter stood until this morning.
when Mr. Welsh, an intimate iriend of the
Seoretary of War, and connected, I believe,
with bis Department, came to tbe Fort with an
official order from Mr. Cameron, appointing Mr.
w 1 s tar butler, in place ot Mr. Mooay, removed.
1 bere are two or three points involved in this
matter which make it one of much graver im
portance than it woald first appear. In the first
place, the regular army officers regard It as
an attempt on the part of the Secretary of War
utterly to override the regulations and uniform
praotioe of the army, for ao other reason than
to make a place tor a political and personal
favorite, and create opportunities for other per
sonal and partisan adherents to make large
profits by furnishing each supplies as tbe Sutler
may. require. The rumors of the garrison
name three or four suoh persons, who are known
to have been very aotive in bringing about tola
change, and to hare large investments, and
still larger expectations, in tbe way of supplies.
1 ne regular oinoers regard wis aa only Dne in
cident in a systematic crusade against their
rights, by which the discipline, order and
efficiency of the military force of the country Is
to be sacrificed remorselessly to tbe greed of
political partisans. I am inclined to fear that.
if tnis matter is pusned and this appointment of
wistar is insisted on by Mr. Cameron, It will
lead to very calamitous results in regard to the
effloienoy of the garrison at this Fortress. , ,
It la stated tbat the Resident has altered the
army regulations In this (respect, so as to give
the appointment of sutlers tb the Secretary of
War, instead of the Conneil of Administration.
The reason assigned Is, that the post has now
become much more lucrative, and therefore
much more Important. Unless, however, I am
greatly mistaken, the publio will regard this
as a conclusive reason for leaving the appoint
mant in the bands of the Military Counoil. If
Mr. Cameron were as oareful ol his reoutatioo
and personal honor aa que in his position should
be, he would not . make such a change In th
armv regulations as will aimnlr plaoe in hit
hands patronage and the power of disbursing
money, .which can 1 ba much more usefully
exercised where it now. is, Upon one thing
he and the Administration may rely :r-if thit
change it carried out, and Mr. Cameron's
I
friend Is appointed sutler at Ibis poet In place of
mt. moony, ne cannot poasiDiy satisfy the
puDiiotnat it is not aoneirom motives which
will not bear examination. If tbe Secretary Is
wise, either for himself or for the Adminis-'
(ration which is responsible for bit acts, be will
avoid tbe comments which such an act will oer
talnly provoke. , ,
Col. Segar, I understand, has gone to Wash
ington to-night, to make representations to the
Department on this subject. I shall do no more
at present than allude to tbe murmurs that are
beginning to be somewhat formidable, against
tbe extent to which favoritism, both in appoint
meets and procuring supplies, is permitted to
derange and retard tbe operations of the army
hero. Ba( It certainly does seem too bad that
the bridge across Hampton Creek, burnt bv the
rebels on their retreat a month ago, eannef be
repaired unlit lumbir is procured fsom Boston
Pleasures of Life at Fort Pickens.
A Fort Pickens correspondent of tbe N. Y,
Tribunt writee:
There Is no doubt about It. Fort Plckent is
a dreary place. It has all the elements of dis
comfort and not a solitary attraction. The
island on which it Is looated Is all sand, every
bit of it. Not a grain of corn or a blade of
grass will grow on it nothing vegetable, not
even a thistle. Not an animal could live on
the native productions of the soil, excepting,
perhaps, the hog, which they say eats rattle
snakes. Dig down into the earth as deep as
you please, and you get sand. Let the wind
blow, and your eyes and ears, your nostrils and
the vacueties of vour teeth are filled with sand.
Take an evening promenade on the ramparts,
or walk ten rods on the beach, and your boots
and your stockings, even unto your toe nails are
niiea witn tend. You cannot esoape Irom this
into tbe water for a ten minute's bath without
running tbe risk of being dovourod by eharks.
If it Is calm, the air is impregnated with fever
and alive with ticks. To escape the burning
bot sun, go into tbe damp casemates and ac
quire rheumatism. Whether it rains or shines
you have flies by day and mueqnltoes by night
fleas all the time. There is only one species
of the animalcule tnndicftoe which does not pre
vail here, namely, bedbugs; and this is a
deficiency which can easily be provided for.
Tbe heat is intense and almost Intolerable.
It scorches tbe few tufts of grass tbat aspire to
grow on tbe desert soil, and bakes the moisten-
K.J H.J m- anllJ ... . I ' -1- V. 1. 1 I
" buuu no buiiu as urica. it is .urauy suu
persistent. It continues all day long and all
night, and thereby gains accumulative force,
and adds to Its next day's intensity. If you
put a mutquitoe bar over you, you roast if yon
don't do it, you are pestered by flies, bitten by
musquitoes, become nervous and Irritable, and
swear like a stage driver unless yon are pious.
u is my opinion that you would swear any bow.
Besides all this, the water is bad. Nobodv
can wash In it without adding the fragrance of
eau at eeiogne, or drink it witbout hrtt disguis
log its flavor with otto ot whisky.
nii
Ths Body or Major Winthrop. The Ade
laide has taken to the North tbe body of tbe
lamented major wintbrop, wbo was killed at
the battle of Great Bethel. On Tuesday morn
ing, Lieutenant Butler, two brothers of tbe de
ceased, and Mr. James E, Weaver, undertaker,
letc rortreas Monroe onder a nag of truce for
the 'rebel camp at Bethel. When within a
mile of that point, tbey were commanded to
bait by tbe picket guard of the rebels, and their
errand demanded. It was stated, and the sentry
bid them to await hit return, while be conveyed
their request to Colonel Magrnder. After wait
log some hours, a file of soldiers were seen ap
proaching, bearing with them tbe bedy of Major
Winthrop. It was enclosed in an India rubber
cloak, and very much decomposed.
Upon examination it was found that the Ma
jor's death had been oaused by a Minie bullet
wound In tbe .breast. Colonel Magruder in
formed the friends of the deceased that he bad
been buried with all tbe honors of war by tbe
Confederate troops, and tbat tbey bad also
buried with military honors thirty of the Fed
eral troops wbo bad been found upon the battle
field. When the body of Major Wintbrop was
placed In the colBn, Col. Magruder and his men
removed their cap., and appeared to feel keenly
tbe solemnity of the moment. After tbe ooffia
had been secured, Col. Magruder and Lieut.
Butler both shook hands cordially, and, beforo
parting, Col. Magruder remarked to Lieut.
Butler, "We partes friends, but on the field of
battle we meet as enemies." Each party then
of
retraced their steps to their quarters. Charles
ton Newt.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring ic Water Sts.,
OolnmbuiB , Olxlo.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
kVLJS. OHINISTS,
dad Manufacturer! of Bran and Composition Oastingt,
Finished Brast Work of all Deacriptlons.
Electro PlatinTTiid Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
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UNIVERSAL
COUGH REMEDY.
For all Throat and Lung Comnlalnta. meludni. with
moat perfeot results, Waoorw) Coona, Caaomo an
Common coram, broxchul axn Throat Complaint..
always forerunners of Consumption. A. a Sootmim
BYaur it na. no superior, jrreed from all Opiate or
Emetic properties, may be used by most delicate eonatlc
tutiont, and with perfeot confidence.
HUNNEWELL'S -
CELEBRATED
TOLU ANODYNE.
Tin Greatest Natdral Opiate ever offered to the
world, containing not particle of Opium, nor any tub
stance but Its strictly vegetable and medical properties.
A sure Kemeny tor meorauia, Knirsina, uoct,
Tooth ann Ear Acre, Catarrh, Rose or Hay Pever,
and all minor Nervont Complaints.
For Lot. or bleep, and Heartache In an vta varieties.
It has no equal, and to which moat undoubted testmonl-
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For Delirium Iinm I vta a most perfect remedy.
For Bowel Complaints, after removing the pain It acta
as a phytic, a mott Important contrast with the eonstipa-
tory snoot, ol upinm.
To Physicians. Formulas andTilal Bottle. will bi,t
and to Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pamphlet without
'postage-stamp."
Prepared under th special supervision of
JOHN Li. HTJNNETOEEiIj.
chemist awn nuRHAOtrnirr,
Ho 0 Commerelal Wharf, Boston, Mast
To whom please direct all communications.
Price Large Cough Remedy, 50 cents per bottle.
Small 25
' i ToluAnodyn., ..
Por sale by the usual wholesale and retail dealers,
everywhere. .
. ROHKKT8 KSBUKL, N. B. ISAItFH,
, JOHN R. COOK, i. M. DKNK1,
0. DENIO a SONS, A.J. 80HCELLKR t SON,
mayl7-wly Agents for Columbus, Ohio.
BLACK STRAW' HON NETS AI EL
egant Ribbons, In great variety at BAIN'S,
octS No. 89. High street
tTCRttl CHlTTtNDIN.
i HENRY T. CHITTENDIN
8. & H.T.CHITTENDEN
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
: ICP Offices, 289 Broadway New York City, and
Parson.' Braoimi, Columbus, Ohio. " "
Uncareful attention paid to Collections.
aprll8:d6m ' ,' "
THS UNION FORE VE R!
UNION ENVELOPES-A HAHITV U
designs, at 4,00 par 1,000. v
mriOH LETTEK AND NOTX PAPKK,. -at
half the price chsned bv small dealer.
TTPHB AD QUARTERS No. 75 South nigb itreet, 1
voiumoua, may o, jooi.. .". 1 ,j a., aajjas
Bt. . .
rPRlNO CLOAKS AND HASOINESI
P NSW STYLUS ISaln Son, No. South
High itreet,' have Jut t opened new style, of Cloth Cir
trLAR. BAsaoira and Saoque., aud. ta th suiwest and
most stvli.h mannar. Also. Superb Plata
Black Silks, very heavy, designed expressly for
atantillai ana jfatquinet. apna
In
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Spring &
' Summer Millin.ry.
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FROM LATEST inPORTATIoaq )F
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N E W ', Y 0 R K'.'
, MY STOCK Of "u ul ' T
Spring & Srimmer ismtntfj
Is bow oompleu, cwnprlsiof evavy vd.t't'"(U4a
ery; also, a larg aasortamt ot BmbroUtrlat, Snsatrr
and Motion, ese., and In quantities aad prat (hat ata
not fall to nit all who may ravar at WlUiaeallw tJkt
goods hav been bought at Bants price, ani will b salt
at a small tdvanc on cott. : ' 1 -' sj
HIIIIHE&7
.
Miss M. E . YOUNG, late of N.w York City:,
will superintend tb Millinery I)prSaMtI Bier long
experience In th aoet Fashionable f sltliltttiattil i
Broadway will alona bt a warranty that ah Will be v
to give entir salltfactlon in matters ot tact t all wB
may favor her with their orders. '.
The Ltdles of Oolombu. and vicinity wilt pie ac
cept my sincere thanks for their llbesal patpacaf, and
would respectfully solicit a eoAtlntauie. f tb saaw.
it. 1. WA1UJ, "
68 East Town St., Celaaakae, .
aprll3m-od -; i: i
STONE'S BAZAAR.
f - ' T - t
No. 4: Gwvnne Block.
A, P. STONE & b'HAERAi
ARE NOW RECEIVING TttEtH WIN.
IBB GOODS, and invtte the pafciie aasnatt
them. No such stoca of Goods ha ever keea hraulit ks
this market. The South, In eonacquene of the failure
of the grain crop, hat not bean able la purthaat tbe u-
umnjuniiuiT oi ncn gooaa, ana us nutnat reread ta
Importer! to sell them at public auction. Oar bMr
(Mr. Stone) heln In Kmm Vark mA IU. 1 .v
dvantaf. of them, and w. o&n mn will Mn -.
bere, at less than any on. who pnrchaaed two rntlrs stilus,
paid for them in New York. Our stock It complete, in
every department of . . j
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILK3, .7
OTTOMAN VELOURS, ' ' T
BROCHE VALENCIA8, . "
PRINTED ME14IN03, f
PRINTED COBUUOS,
DYED COBUQSj
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS, - " '..
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, - 1
ALL WOOL DELAINES,,
POPLINS, PRINTS.
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day '7
LADIES FURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Men't, Ladle and Children's Under Shirt aad Dmwtrs;
Ladies, Misses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb't Wool; Fleecy Lined aad Cotloa Aleves
every make..
i
ALSO
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of
LADIE3' CLOTHS, 'it
CASSIMERE9, " ' "
OVERCOATING,!
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS, " ' '"'
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand1-
1 a-
sercmeis, etc., ceo,
t
To nersona who call on na. w nlsdss onv words Sa
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Ooeds
ever teen In thl. market, or nar them on dollar ar
hour while looking.
deci-dijucawltw. BTONB 0 H AKKA.
EXTHAOaWttAnY BARGAINS!
BAIN & BQTXtf.;:
SO. 29 SOUTH B2QH BTEUT,
A. K 12 NOW OFFSBISTftl
liOOO yards Suotr Plain Black Bilks at tl OOrala.
1 88 par yard, - .
8,500 yards Traveling Dies aad Hanii Oeodt at
18 18 cant vain 80 etnts par yard. , .
3,000 yards Whit Brilliants at 18 1-8 out-p
value 8U cents per jard. ,.
3sOCO yards Fine and Domstu Olnghans greatly un
der vatnn. t
ALSO: 'V
LARGE AND DESIRABLE' LOTS OP
MOZAMBIQTJES, BAIZOBLbTXS,' ; 4 ,
CHILLIS, FOULARD SOU,. , ' ,
EKQLISH BASB8XI,UTXUMi d- 1 r
iawm, caucob,i tarim, -.'
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New and Faahlonalbla Br tjhdi
th mott detlrabl styles and at visry ro vers prtosi." '
all materials, mad ta th most stylish manner stra
th latest Fart Fashions-tat most lfat .tOMs ta
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i baiii eg aeiiVf
may 30 ' -'- Bo. BO SMth BOga Sipvet.! I
SOMETHING NEW;-
c. - . mmmm - ' V: C . . t I v.. UJ A
HOW ARD &'OO0!
AMERICAN .WATClMi.
y ALL AT NO. S3, SOUTH HIOB 8TS
) and examine our new oak t ( ,M n f
AMERICAN WATCHES. i
manufactured bv B. BOW ABB- A CO i
These Watches ar far superior to anything ever offend
the public, heretofore. Having th. nelaaiv. agvacyf
can aeiLtnem as price, to raisin ium. a BaTClBsl
received a large t took of
AMERICAN W ATC1TE3, . .
manufactured by APPLBTON, TBACY, A OrJ: alaoTa
In. assortment of ' ?""
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCH CSV
, In Oold and BUvw Oat, at Pant triotssMr rl
Jan!3 . ,. W-J-BATAOB
Ohio - White . t Salpbiir lprui ifs
DELAWARE CO.s Ortl0.r''li
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i FOR , VISIT0B3, 5 )i q noi.'faost
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' AOCOHKOOATEO A 1 EDUCES RATES
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J. A WAVOT''w
" ' Lewis Center? 0.,Delwar. So.1; Ohio".
may 88;dlm.-'t -.rfj ;,.-.. it ft BviiaM
THE CO-PABTNEH9BIP rTHET
fore existing between th onrirr ,' m, u.iucr 0;"
Bra name of AitktsTRONO as THOJit vt dw"lv3
ed by mutual consent on th Srat day of April, luX,
Tb baaliMMot lb. taU ana will b eite4 by 11. l
AaMSTaesn, wha oootlauet tb buatpos. at thoM xmA-,
M. V. AK.dTivyaa.
reayl8d3w. S. tUOatfauN.

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