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1 9 AILYf TRI-WEMCLT AND WEEKLY
, MANYPENNY t MILLER,
- ?DBLJni,BI AHD PBOPRIIXOBB
D Office No. 96, 88 and 40, Horth High St
TIRM8 INVARIABLY IN ADVANOI.
A d Oally - . . . . S 00 per year,
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waeauy, . . . . l oo "
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ernt of Advertialne; by (lie Square
' D square 1 yeai . . . 20 00
, ; : On. U months 18 00
' -u :. ire-: " 0 month IS 00
i' Jn.v Smooth 10 00
. a. ,..'' B monthi 8 00
in Om .;" : I month; 5 00
0n.iqnara3wMkif.l4 00
one x imu uu
One " 1 w..k... 1 75
On. ' 3 day ... 1 00
One ' II days... 7S
On. 1 insertion 60
'! ' l'11'tWlJ'l advertlsment( half nor. than th. ebovs
'' kr"' A4Terlliemanti llei) nd pliced In th. eolnasof
BDsciai notioet," aouou IM ordinary rout.
All uutlcet requires to be pabllihod by In, legal rata..
iioruereuon .neineiaeeioineiTeijaiieruenri.ireelt
. Ber cent.Dora tnao ui.abov. ratM; but Uaoek wll
,. appear la in iri-weeniy wiinoatomnr..
ii-i Bu'l'1M,0arile,nolexoee(llng flr.Un.t, pry.ar, lq
t, .iifji .4 aw per luiej onuia. f ii
., '.' KotlceiormeeUDgi,charitablMOcleUei,&raompanlM,
' ko.. half Drlc
... ' M traiitittit advtrttotmtnti murt h paid for in
::ktrana T3 role will not be Tlxteifreen.
1 Weekly, eam price ai th. Dally, where the adrertlier
eeime neoKiyaion. wnere 'he Dally and Weekly
, aie both aeeil, then th. eharf. fr th. WtMkiy will be
1 le fclyertleement taken exoept for a delnlte period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A. B. - SIMEINS,
Attornoy at Xjact
J AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offloe Amtwi Bulldlng7 oppoilt. Capitol Bqture.
OOLUMBDS, 0HI0J
-A.. OSBORNE,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
; - MARION, OHIO.
nacmne Aianniacinnnguoinpanj
ANITf ACTUMM or
STEAM . ENGINES . & BOILERS,
. ,r 0MtInp Xill-eftAriof, XMBiatry.
nnllroad.
"Work
-. f or btibt incumM.
5 - v J coLf;llIBlJ,, onio.
0HAS. AM BOB, Bnp't. T. AM BOS, Treaf.
deell. IBSB-tf ,
ti furz2rcmy "mi
.'"jr l V
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati. Dayton k Indianspolii!
Through to Indianapolis withont Change of Cart
and but One Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Louts.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS.
FIRST TRAIN.'
. a tvaiiT. iuDuaye vxcep&vi
(Dally, Monday) excepted.)
ill MOHT IXTBCBS, t Dayton, at S:iS a. m.,itop-
j Vb( at Iroadoa
Xeala, Dayton, Ulddletowo and Bamll-
ton, arrtTini at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m
Dejion ats:
-'; .i aa.tIudlnopolteat 10:48 a.m.! lit
Louie at 11:50
SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at S:10 a. m atopptng at all Sta
tion between Colombo) and Cincinnati and Dayton, at
iTln at OlsclnnaU a, m., Dayton at : IS a. m.,
Indlaoopoll) aJ 2.' p. -m.
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT KXPBKB8,at 1:30 p. m., atopplng at Alton,
JeSenoB, London, Oharleeton, Cedarrllle, Xenia,
Spring Tally, Corwln, Morrow, DMrileld, foiter'a,
LoTOlaod, MUlferdaod Plelnrllle, arrlTtol at Oincln
sati at 7:40 p. m.; St. Louie at IS m; Dayton at 5 35 p.
. ; Iodianopolia at 10:38 p. m.
v alUeplair Car on all Nlvbt Train !
.V.'. j ... Cluciuuatl nn4 Indianapoll.,
BAtitlAUE CHECKED TIIKOCllII.
' 1 10 tot farther Information and Through Tieketi. apply to
.i . .. H. L. DOHBRTT,
1m.: i Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Ooltrmhue, Ohio.
t-:r.::j . H. W. WOODWARD,
-::.. . i Superintendent. Clnelnnatl.
rfi .i.eil.jj ' . JNO. W. DOBSKTT
-1 ! ' ': ' AmnL Columbia. :
v.:
I V"
t ...... , .JaitXeeeived! ' ' i
il
'1Art r. CH uheeh and buck
a lUvXEAS lOO bag) prim. Bla Oonee.
-t 'lAUpook.taold Dntea tiorernment Jara Coffee.
-1 Coy Ion OoSe. -..
Hiiu; u40Ubbki. ataadard Whit. Sugar), eooabtlng of Pow
....I eiti it dred.Cbroehed, flranalated A and B Coffee,
-t AO ejalnlal. fiwrg. Bank CodrUh.
. HObbla. Meee and No. IMaokeral. .
j t1 tea. Hok Bsimoa. . . .
nu'-;ilfMta. Lye Baialna. - : . i.
r ItxbQU. box do OO .. r
mi 'lOO qr. best do 4. .." ..
wi JmlOO U Cigar., diOerent brand) and grade.
eju. aoiujeut wm. McDonald'.
c iq i;j jd M ; C ' L I L LEY
And Blank-Book Kinufanttirer,
., KORTH HIGH RSTJR, 00IVK1VI, OHIO
muif -
CALICOES,
HIBBONS.
1M .
NBCItllEMi
i 'T.. -
, . . BAIN k BOW, i
u No. SI) loath High etreet.
.1 lie t.t :I i f,.l,i ,-.4fl
iic-jaS0ci" J miU i.'
,A. HHV WOOF SWBT. M. ;
.o37eTmiwTivrt4Vt r-tvr
Y7Ko.;wiibTj;H &6h btbxit. 1
tfaT. Jnat neelTed a new mak. ol HOOP SKIRTS
Anlihed U a awaaer Bti aoperlor la ay yet tntroduewi
i for I 'l ' "'l i'i 1 I : 1 ' ' I ' t l t .
'" DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS.
FABtlLY rLODU. . . .
tTK wnEATi BHANPED
I
"BNOWFLAKH," - !
JfroMTareHMllb,SprlngfleM,0. ttattetVranlof
float wmU to mrmarkat. - Satltketlon gnarantecdU
for tale only at " ' WM.HoDONALD'S,
O0Tif7 . j ;7. f,V..' ' 108 Booth High rtmi,
'-" Insii'Iinea Goods.
WARRANTED rABRIO v. ,
Unira Shirt Bo)om Plain andlaney ...
. ... Shirting and Boeom Linene. .
Linen BbMUoga and Pillow Oaringt. 1
. Linen Oaoibrlca and Long Lawn). '
. I .1. 1, 1TV 1 , ,. Limn. Pocke-handkrra.all)re.
, v. 'IT'i T. " - Linn Tow.ilingtaadPiapwt
5 Linen Table Clothe od Delia Damaakf.' . i !
Linen Toweai with oolorwd border. !
T .u Hank .. Kn j. 1 1 1 1 1 i .
Aiineia oiavuvTwruiavBau vnaiif . .
reraaieai towprioe).' ' i
, BAIW fe SOW, '
V ' ' " rJo.oSooibBIher.l,
BOrl N Ht.J iilBBUNTABa,AAD
BUOUltS, new .tylea,Jot opened by
BAIII Jk SOW,
asrilt H. n Boath Blah ttnet.
,
'
WOROESTJBIB'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The Iateit-Tho Largest The Best,
The Cheapest Because the Beat,
'Tlie Jtloit KclInbJi Btandaral Au
tbority f tba Ena:UabEana;aar.
Bt JTundrtd Eminent Eduealort of Ohio,
"IBB BEST KNQLIBH DI0TI0NART BXTANT"
LUtrary Mm Xveryuhtr.
"He i. aronpwardaof a Hundred Thoojand Word),
who multlfarlou) meanlnge aad derlratlon), totother
with their eorreot ipelling, and pronnnclatlon an clearly
Mt before th. .y.."
Cincinnati Ommtreial.
Bead th DtaUlon of the ibMrt of th Ohio Blot
Ttackar't Anooiatlon.
To. andereigoed, member) of th) Ohio BtaUs Teaoher)'
Aaaoolatlon, adopt and aim too) In leatliing, writing
and (peaking, th. orthography an prooaoelatlon of
WoroMter' Boyal Quarto Dlottonary. and wo moat cor
dially recommend it a th. moat rallabl. atandard au
thority of th Ingllih Ian gasp, w It 1 now written and
)poken. -
loum Akokiw), Pmldent Kenyon College.
M. D. Laoarrr, Superintendent Ztneerille Bohooll.
Too. W. Uartiy, Bnp't Maaailon Union School)
M. P. Oowddit, Snp't Pnbllo School), Sanduky
John Ltioh. Snn't Pnbllo School). OlroUTill.
B, N. BAJtroao, Principal Olereland female Benin'
if. .
War. Mrrcaaib Snn't Publlo School), Mt. Unloi
Jonn Oomw. f rinclnal Stat. Normal School. Minn'
ota.
Crane WAaoa. PrtnMnal fourth Tntannedlato Sohfloi
vincmnau.
H. 8. MaaTiN, Snp't Canton union School).
Vmrm Kmi, PHnclpal MoNeely Normal School.
Bu T. Taitaji, Prof. Matbematlca. Ohio Onlrenlt,
Wh. W. Bdwaro. Boo't Trot Union School.
A. 0. Honciin. Principal Weet High School. Oler
land.
A. Norton, Anoolat. Principal ulgn School, Oler
land
TntoBOki Btuiun), Principal High School, 0l(Tj
land.
B. f . Hdmiton. Prlndcal Olereland Inatltnt..
J. A. OARrntLD, Proeldent of Jtlectlo luetltut HI
W. L. TUlau. Prof, of Chemlttrr. Ohio Weahmn
uniTertity.
B. B. Barnit, Ex-C.nunUsloner of Common School);
unio.
Jam) Monro, Prof. Bhelorlo, Oberlln College
Tnoe. HouPreeldent Antloch Colleie.
O. W. U. Oatboart. Prof. Mathematlca. Elab
Bcnooi, Dayton.
B. o. CRnniADaa. Prof. Lanraaio. Iliih School.
Dayton.
B. M. Barbir, Bnp't Union School, Aahland.
Mar than Sim Bwndrtt othtr Pnttdent of Colte-
0i, rroftuori. Author and JUUngvUAd duoa-
lors, noun maormi ia aoovt tmHmmx.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGE3 IN OHIO.
Marirta Colubb "It I traly a aucnlfloent work.
an honor to th aathor, th publUhera, and the whole
onntry." rreawent Anarewi.
Onto WnrLkTAit TJnrTEiirrT.--"It exceed) my expecta
tion). At will be my guide in ortnograpay ana pronun'
elation, and will often b. connlted by roe for It neat
and accural, definition. Pruident Thompaon.
W. B. Xclktio Coixxoi. "neretofor. w. hare ned
Wobater'a orthography. At a recant meeting ot oar
faculty. It waa decided to chant. It to conform to that
or woroeeter ) Hoyal quarto Dictionary." rreeiaent
uarneia.
'rVirmn Bnrjtvx Ooixrot . "I find It worthy of
cirauu approbation.'' rrealdent uuencocx. . ,
0 ant un Ooiuaa. 'It more than meet) my expecta
tion. I recommend It a th. atandard autnoritr in
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." Prtaldcnt
morgan. ,
Aimooa Couasi. "I adopt and aim to tue In teach
ing, writing and (peaking, theortnography and pronnn
etauon or woroeater'a UOTal uuarto Ulcuonarr.''
Pro)ldnt Bill. -
"Ia all mr wrltlnr. itMaklnr. and teaching. I hare en
dearorad to oonfonn to tharole for orthography and
pronunciation aa contained in worccinr Aiwuoaary.'
Boras Mann, lata Piwaidtnt.
Kinton Oousaa. GAXitra. "I moat cordially reoom-
mond It a themoet rallabl atandard authority of the
BngUah language aa It la now written and epokea."
rreeiaent Andrewe.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Stv. Anton SmylX, CommUtionir e Common
oanooi m umo.
"Th. Diction arr I an ImDertahabl monument to th
learning and Indaetry of Ite aathor, and an honor to th
woria oi letter, in BMcnanicai execution u far aup.
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which Iinao
iquaintea."
From Jlon. B. B. Bamty, Bo- Oommlttloner oj
eenoot m iito.
"Th. moit reliable atandanl authority of th lan
guage."
WAT TH
Leading Ne-wffpai)epB of Ohio Say.
IromtX Olnttand Strati cj MarcASB.
Th orthography of th. Worcester Dictionary I that
need by nonj if not all. author) of dlaUnetlon In tbli
country and cngland, and conform to the general nage
oi oruinary wnier eaa maker.
Whaterer preln,ace may have existed preTlouily, a
careful itudy of taia Tolnne will InTarlably be followed
by a warm appreciation of It) great merit, and a dedr
to add It to tn. well ee Voted library, b It larg. or moan,
It la a library Inltaeir, and will remain an imperuna
bl record of the learning of It) oompllor.
from th Cincinnati Oommtreial of April JO.
Her an upward of a hundred thousand word good,
bad and Indifferent whoee multlfarioa meanlnr and
derlratlona, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before th. eye. Th work la
unquestionably th. greatest Ihtsauro of Bngliah Word
Tr puouanea.
from th CkHland flaindtaUr qfStpt. SO, 1800.
Brldently WoNcumnt' Botal Qoakto DtorroiutT it
not only th but, but th inrr work of th kind tr
wued .andean by no pomlblllty suffer by comparison r
eontroT.ray.
from th Tdltio Bladt of May 30.
Aa to ntoNONciATioN, WoRonna i) th Standard
followed by our best author; In definition he leare)
nothing to be desired, and in ORTflosRAnrr It I sufficient
to say that WoRorraa can b aafelf followed. .
,1 INOHAIH BRAGG,
Pnbliahera, BaokaelleraV8tatianeras
HO. 101 SCPBRI0R ST., OLSTELAND, OHIO.
BUM
THE iMUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
op ;
SJo-Tje-Airls., 3Ja or.
DlTldena Jannary 1 186 1 45 Par Cent,
A8BSTB
Statement January 1,
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, I860.."..
13,813,559 SO.
1881t
.83,406,582 30
iMoelTed for Premium) dur
ing tn. year lucw bvoj.uos m
Bcoeired for Intcraat during
th. year 1600 214,014 19
Total receipt for 1860....77,067 74
Paid Claim by Dcath,S67,v50 00
Paid Poucle surren
dered 4i.ui m
Paid Balariea, Post
age, xaxea, jtx-
chann. ato 3I.0Q0 S4
PaM Communion to
Acent .51. 395 3D ' - .
Paid Phyaldan' fee. S,V6S 75
Paid Anooitle...... 1,917 00
PaieV AilvUesKU dor. -
log to year 100,500 75 565,001 03
411,0711 14
Net Balance January 1st, 1801. ...
8J,81S,J5S SO
- AS8ITS. .1 .
Cash on hand. (0 6384 10
Bxn6aaa4MortgaaoaBal .
BstaU, worth donbl. Iba '
amount loaned 9,337,841 SB
Premium Note, on Pollele -
tn foroa, only drawing 0 per J
cent. InUrct. 1,S7D.8C4 17 '
Baal XlUi 00,893 87
LoamonBorlp 5,931 44
Premium), Note and Cash, in w.
oonnaot IranamlMlon.M. 4543 73 tl ,,,
Total AMeti 83,812,550 50
r . mmmmmm
T5T8 Policial la fore, Inturlng. 885480fi88
1,433 aw Pollde lur ban kuaed daring the year.
After a careful oaleulatlon of th present rain, of th.
ontatandlng Polkjleeof th Company, and baring th.
Fieoreetrrw uiiwwii) tn nam. thanfor, th Director)
hare deolared a Diyuxjib of 45 per cent, on the Premi
um paid at the table rate, to all policies for 111 in force.
laeoea prior at January i, iM)U,payebl Booming to in.
present rule of th. Company.
Ratea for all kinds of Lira OontlngndM, Prospect
aaes, Slateaient, Ana Applloatlont, will be furnished
wiTBooT ciuRea, at th Office or Ageacleaol th Com
pany. .....
B0BT. I. PATTBIlSOlf, PnildenU
.'." mmf'iP.5OTn1TrO.Pnfldit. .
BIN. 0. MI1LKR, Secretary.
II, B, JHUESOn, Affmi.
1 " - No. i Johnson Block,
March S8, 1851. H ' '' Oolamboe, 0.
DLAItr AND FIGURED BLACK
X DRIVS BILKS, of (Terr grade. . The most select
aanM a in. city, ana at moat ronaki rates.
' AIM a BON.
prUS No. t Boath High etreet
of
Scrofula, or Kins Evil,
ia a ooimtitutional disease, a corruption el tlie
blood, bv which this fluid become vitiated.
weak, and poor. I Being in the circulation, it'
pervade the whole body, and -may buret out
in disease on any part of it. No organ is free
from it attacke, nor is there one Which it may
not destroy. Mho scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy1 food, 1 impure air, filth
ana mtny naDiw, tne depressing vices, ana,
above oil, by the venereal infection. "What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending 11 from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation;" indeed,
it seems to be the rod of Him who savs. "I
will visit tlie iniquities of the fathers upon
incur cnuaren. . , .. . .
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood Of corrupt or ulocrous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal orgaris, is termed
tuDercies; in tlie glands, swellings; and on
the surface, eruptions or sores, . This foul cor
ruption, which Bonders in tlie blood, depresses
the energies of Hie, so. that scrofulous constitu
tions not only. sujTer front, scrofulous com
plaint, but they liavo lav logs power to with
stand the attacks-of Other 'diseases; consequently-vast
number porlah by disorders
winch, although not scrofulous in their nature,
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. - Host of the consumption which de
cimates tlie human family lins its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from ;or
are aggravated by the same) eeuse. - - J
" One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise,
Such a medicine we supply In' , . , . j ' '
. '. AYEIt'S ,. ;
Componnd Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences.
Ilence it should be employed for the pure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which 'arise from it, such as Eruptivb
and Skin Diseases, St. Anthony's FntB,
Rose, or EatsirRtAs, Pmpi.ts, PusTctss,
Blotches, Blains and Bon.s,Tt)Mo.fts, Tetter
and Salt Rheum, Scald Head, Binotworm,
Rhecmatism, Srrnrxmo and Mercurial Dis
eases, Diiomt, Dyspepsia, Debility, and,
indeed, all Complaints arisiko rnox Vitia
ted on Iiiri'RB Blood. The popular belief
in ' tmpm ity ofth blood " Is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood.' The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to nirrirrnnA rppenerafn tin virnl fluid.
without which sountl health is impossible in
contaminated constitutions.
" . '. .1' ' ' it
Ague Cure,
FOB THE SPEBDX tjVAZ OS t
Remittent Fewer. Chill Fever. Dumb
Jta;ue, f eneaical Headache, or Billon
Headache, and Billon Fever, indeed
for the whole claaa of disease originat
ing in biliary derangement, caused hr
the Malaria of Hiaamatie Coantrie.
We nre enabled here to offer the commiinitv a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, i still perfectly harmless ra anv
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluablo in districts
where theso aflHctinir disorder nrevail. Tbia
"CuiiB" oxpols the miasmatic poison of Fever
ANii Aoue from the Bvstem. and prevents the de
velopment of th disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest.' Xhe large
quantity we upply for a dollar brines it within the
reach of every body j and in bilious districts, where
Fr.vnu and Ague prevails, every body should
hafo it and use it freely botli for cure and protec
tion. A irreat superiority of this remedy over anv
other ever discovered for the speedy and ceTtain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon th constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left is healthy as if
they had never hod the disease. ., . ,
rever and A cue is not alone the conseauence of
the miasmatic poison.. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which nro
Aeuralma, Kheumaliim, Gout, Headache, Ulhid
ncss. 'loothachc. Earache. Catarrh. Asthma. Pal
pitation, Painful Afl'cetion of the Spleen, iafcT
ica, Pain in th Bo'toeli, folio, Paralysis and De
rangement of th Stomach, all of which,- when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
type, or become periodical, , This "Cl'UE " expels
the poison from the bloooVand consequently etirea
them all alike. .It is aa invaluable protection to
immiarants and persons travellinir or temnorarilT
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily whilo exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted front the system,, and cannu.t
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Ilence it is even more valuable for, protec
tion than cure, and few will ever surfer from Inter-
rulttentsif they avail themselves of the rrotret(ori
this remedy affords. , t ,r
Prepared by Dr. J. I AYIB & CO., Lowell, Mass.
. KOBIRTS fc BAMTJBL. Oolnmhua
And by Druggist and Dealers everywhere, - ( .
nov:iya,iwaw ;
CAB AMAH & UUITED STATES MAIL
.STEAMERS j.V
TO AND FllOM !
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,-
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec, .
and ; 1
The Montreal Ocean 8teamen.ro Oomoanv' flnt-cta
fnll-powerad Olyde-hnilt Rteamere aall every Mat.
araay irom runxLano, carrying th Canadian and
United Statea Mail and paraengcrs,
NORWEGIAN, , NORTH AMKRIOAdT,
BOH1MIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, ' HIBERNIAN, , '
CANADIAN, NOVA BOOH AN.
Sherteat, Cbeapeat anAQsUckcatCon
wevaanca irvni
AlOBICA TO ALL PASTS Of lTOOH.
Batl ot FaawMtge to Buropei,
Will aall from LIVBBPOOL every Wedneadstw
and from QU1RB0 every Saturday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mail) and
Paaeehgera, to and from Ireland and Scotland. , -
II rlnee Hteamera at built of Iron, in water-tiaM
eomparUnenta, tarry eeoa an eapenenced Bnrgeon, and
every attenuon i nam to tne eomrort and accommoda
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ton.S.15 P. H.; Stenbenvllle, 6 P. M.; Pittabarg, B.40
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' Philadelphia, or New York, with only j .,
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GENERAL HARDWARBi
..vj. KAIL, GLASS, RASH, PDTTY, CORDAOl,, i
Oaea, flBtaUe-'Woaeldt Wlllew WibrWf
atberand Babber MUng, Ic Leather, Ho ana
kuag.:,. '-.' ,'.-. .'. S ' -, .... ael-AUr'.
aENTI.terflBN FfJHNISsni
GOODS. - ., .
Novelties In Neck Ties and Scarfs.
" - Byron and Garroto Collar. 1 V ' i n ;
r - - smbroidered roeket AiatutijeecMafa.
.-1 Pari Kid Glove, anotrlor aaaJie. - ,
,1'
Golden Hill Bhlrta, varioos atylea. ,
, j. Boy' Golden Hill BhlrM, do ) ; ,7 ' "'
D riving and ritreet i lores, de 1 1 -a
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, nriooj (tjlesi J
' Half Hoae and. Under Garments, H
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aprllS No. South High (treeoV
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Dally, per year. . i wnyv "im.xj'k 8! Jj"
Triweekly, per fear. i J J i
Weekly, per year .v.. .f
Tax on Coffee, Sugar, etc.
7 At the Seoretary tf tire TreaWry Has ifttaom
meoded, add Congress1 will undoubtedly' levy a
tax on sngM.coffee.molISetc., the follow -lag
table fro( the New Tori Pes! U Wtett,
The Secretary recommends lar'of fit ttnti
per pound on coffee. 'The tsf Off the dlffeient
qaalltiesof sagarsps'suted in the artlore bt
loir, varylbg fronf fte afia iffmljf td lrto? eif
perpoand.'1'1 l ' "j;: ;
; We sre o( the opln'loB ihit iheWii mpjr wlfj
be' for direct tax oo the feal"prdperty;of; Mip
THE BASIS OF TAXATION.
The Seoretary of thoTreASury eiamioes tilose
ly the sources of revenue for the cominr year.
His estimates are at follows for I n re see duties
on sugar; molasaestea and coffee : t '
2Xeenti on sugar.-. 300 000 tone 916,800,000
S cent) per gal. on mouse S8 000.000 gal's ' 1,6HO,000
15 cents per fc en black tea 13,800,IKX) .3,n 8,070 .000
90 cent) per tS on green lea 16,300,000 t a . , 3,200.080
J cent per IS fl ooffee.. ...180,000,000 R l S.UOe.OOO
.1 i ..... -M- ! ntu.'l Iri 1 i " '
., ToUl on sugar, tea aad ,coffH..v? vv ili8'0'000
Allow for the large stock oa Jtajul asd for
diminished consumption owing to tb Increased
duty and the troubles at the Booth, the revenue
this year may be estimated, as Seoretary Chase
states, at twenty millions of dollars, i
Th duUes abov sUted are i..., .....Sft.SIS.Ofle
Direct tax aboat '""11' .0C9U
Beal property.. 8".7t 053881
Paraoial " 4,S30,St0.83i Jt( , ' -
ToUl United State. $16,1(834,116 '
Omlttlos; the seceding; SUtes, the amount Is
88 follows: '.'', "
Real property..... ..."'..' j.WO.JSO.oOS ' r .
Peno.ial" .........t.'.i.. 8,870 8S7,eu.,.-. .
, ' ToUl......JM'v-f-8W,W,7)087 ' I . ,,
The direct tax on theso amounts would be as
follows: - ' ' ;..- ': x iN, .
X percent, en $18,102,03,lr8... 850,128,067
Or, ... .
I S per cent n 810,000,758,007 , 81,800,046
Or,- . : :
8 -100 per cent, on 87,630,130,603, 22,W1,590
In other words, the tax oi 12)4 cents per
dollar on the whole reel and personal estate of
the country would be $20,138,000. t : I i
Or, twenty cents per dollar on the gross val
ue, exolodiog the seceding States, would be
$21,800,000. . i j . .. ...
Or, thirty cents per dollar on.tho real proper
ty alone, $22,891,060. ' ,. :' ::.
One of the three bases will be probably adopt
ed, whereby a revenue exceeding twenty sail.
Hops may be realized. 1 1 .
There is no reason, however, why the Sooth
should be exempt. The southern . States! must
contribute, first or last, their due proportion of
direct tax. - - - i ir-
The publlo debt on the 1st of Inly, 1861, was
$90,867,828, or less than three dollars! per
ctpii ot tbe whole population ot the United
States, -.j-:-, a. ..- . . . .-;!..
"
THE TRADE IN COFFEE.
The Secretary of the Treasury having reoom
meoded a duty of five cents per pound oq coffee,'
It mar be well to refer to the or eeent condition
of the coffee trade of theUolted States. " ' ...
First. The stock on band is now larger than
for manv vears.beiDe 174 net cent, bevond that'
of July 1, 1869, Ti j ' '- ' - I
r At New York. ...Il,3t7tcni.j."
sosion. ............ cm-., t
Phlladelpkla.t...i... SHI .w .
" Baltbaore v !
' Kew Orlean - a ...
Total 'aiy 1 1861........ .14,675 ..
.4 ialyl.leoO .5,30)..,
Increase 9,235 tone, or 174 per cent.-J '
Second. The Imports of ooffee for tbe past
six months ate forty per cent, beyond the same
period of lBbO, tlir.: : - ' v
' ' !'w'3 eti I8je.s- leso:
RewYorlr, ton 15,400 SS.SM
Boston, ton 3,500 4,7Pv
PhllAAelphia, tons. 4.500 . S.07S
:r1860.,!
.is.eoo
S.7S9 .
. i,m
10,813
net.
97,478
1,748
4,786
7,etM
8.0120
iualtimore, tons.... 5,9H7 " 7,673
New Orleans, tons...T. . .. ,6M 41,111
TtalUaonlhs.M.e..!W,SSl 57,334 7,7lAl .31,070
Compared with tbe stocks of. coffee in' tbe
six prineipat ports of Europe, the results are as
follows: - - 5'i-3 '
. i uc e.'j .(I Ten.
In Holland, fun I, I801....,.r..,w..l9.0
Antwerp, 4ov . do. .j 3,900
Hamborg, do, do. -.'...'..-.vi. ...; BJW)
- Trieste, ' . u Oo............i a.. 4.B50
Havre, " '. ' 1 .,,.K..,....,7,J10' .
Great Britain, doT., .i.. . ... 5,768 ,
"' Total .i;:,,.V..t.v.i. . ..i.so.iso
' The ordinary consumption of -coffee In the
United States is from forty-five to .nfty thous
and tons every Six taoaths, so that there was on
1st July a. stock on; band univalent to about
. 1L.I ....hmIa. " ' 'r. ,
' The variations , have beett renuttkible lor
some years. The lowest aod" highest prioee,
and lowest average and Ighest , Average, since
1B46, having been as rouows perpouna ror . kid
ooffee La the New York; rastker: .j '- j ":'
Year. .. ,' Lowt. , .'rHlghetV J'iverarii
1846..,,....,.,. M
1847; tfi
lH4S.n. V
cent)., .BXetnta,
87 0487 60
' H 7 78
a
i.uj .( ifi OS. 7 13
1H40..U....., iX
'Mv 1
lav -. . net ma i an
1851.. .."... 7)i '' ll.V'-.: ?,' 8llli
18...... TJ "X 8 H b 54
1853, ...... ..'...8 ti'i.i , iix i iJ A' tttjMoee
IV50..........M
. . VI IUwMI 40
11-54. 9
MX .. ,.ll114S
IS .. '9 A3 AH! 12
1855............ ex -;,
.... A ,r ' ' '
icoq...... v;a
1837.... ........ i'i
18S8..fr... 8)4
,-it d n , 1 JO 800jU 5S
BUKKSH8 tl
IOUU ,.
w . ........ .u -j. u , m yff-
The averare prloe for fifteen jeara W been
a.lo(3lU,4t. i ee towes price was in ,ueto
ber, 1048, 5W6M cent, aad .the . bigheet! ws
! August, 1SW, ADvtftttfi centa
THE TRADE IN COFFEE. THE SUGAR TRADE.
- the fSeereH ry af lhe--Traanry , proposes a
duty ot' .a3v UJ.V ,0jia
2)4 cents per pound on brown sugar If: )
3 I " on clayed serar. n
1"34
' " iVTT0 to. nd "fined, ,
2 ' f'Ywn0'nsytdp, 1
r.i':
fit
ti i , .. oncsnay,
r m linn on moiBBaea
Trie aiinr na fiend on' 1st- JurV. 18GIJ was
larger than tejWm''
... New York.
J Boton.......J.i'-'.""'.''-',
1 Plladerpa,t-".o--''7.78 mi
at
in;
Voai : .r; :::'.?.wl.l4sfc, 4
:u ,':yi
'ii'.m' HMO .'-.ivi.t.ii;,A.L....a.iB . ..Tie
4K.-..ee.rt.ti...tait.M.3bali , f-
IBwi..i.etAi.Mtwpt vif'ini l'J .
i The Imports of foreagt and doaestlo ;sngrs
for tbu years, Janaary se jfaa 4a anutuo
were as follows 'i''" .".uj a mid if
NeWYork, i A..iJ..i'lT,8484ea. .-r
Boeton, . 81.805 ..l i-
. Vhiladelshia. , ,vt 16 Wl .. I ix
v Baltimor. U,tifj-Mf K- '
0i
6
6
lonlbi! 1811 196,515 ton.
"r'Isoo .......-.... '..aossi;-..,
""; .'..v.'.-.it.-.v.As..l73l0l J. j
Rebel Account of the Fight near
Martinsburg.
The Wlneheater fVa. JtV.waeJie) aires the
Mowing (cconnt pf the flght near Mrtlnt-
barg: ''':-: ;-:
Oa Monday last, th Federal forces, nnder
nf General PattattOn. nntnberiof
15.000, oressed She Potomao river at WUliama
nort ford. aaV advaaeed ia tba direction of Mat
tlMburg. J.Oa ' Tuesday BOrvjlng. about -tea
t'fliock. inn r ntn . vireinia tv-egimruw www
oomusaad of Pol. Hatper, which, had beeo sent
out by Colonel J Jackson aa a ecoowng party,
ntealf ana (uiettdVxnB Ism eqlUslon
rtth n tare f arena of lfcaaasxaBJseted to
at LmaI A 000 atrme-. A nbarn conflict at
0008 exrswd. Onr forofs had h ut on piece ef
t
MtUAtna lllph-!aana aaeleH ,af trnaKa
dr
three round had been fired,; Altbensbc lb
atfeoeth of the enemy was greatly, superior to
oars in."DbmbetS,eur men fought with great
coolness' and brreryi-Tbe enetnyl belfig atell
acovid4 with arLUa))7,Lra')4ieM atasti04ur
foroes, which coupsUedihsm o-iaUffawhloh
they did In perfect order, from persons who
were engked Id rhef flRhf.Wa Iclrfl chatf pot
mere nan 4U0 oruo oi utih uarpers regtmesi
were in tk aotioo, a .') p.i l,,,v.i (Jnsji
,, Th jCqntinental , Morgan Guards of oar
town, commaudeil by Capt. Avis, and the West
Augusta Guards, Of Staonton, werd in the thicks
est of the battle from rrret to last; and Kss
;only 1n tbeae..compaBiea that an casualties
were sustained, As well as we can learq, there
were but two of cur men killed. Their names,
weiearn,' are'-Farrtoh-'and ' , of Capt.
Avis'! company; alls there were eight ef lea
wounded, but ncm ef the sr ' seriously ' Ti vej or
811 Of tbe woonde trare fteen urongbi .to town,
and re recwiviflf'everyneeessarf attention. I A
company,' which bad been detached front the
main body wet 8 capt area toy uaptiuns rat net
sad tLIerdetyf .companies ef cavalry, ; Forty
three of tbe orlsooers were brought to town
Wednesday itdnAog and lodged in Jail. They
state that whet they volnnUered 4t was (or only
three montba,keAuBder the condition, that. they
were sot to otoas the Potomao, .They say that
their term pf service would have expired on (the
6th last., and that they were iorced to cross
into Virginia.: They speak la grateful term of
their treatment since their Oaptnre. . tbe on
cers of this company have not jt arrived, hut
are hourly . expected. , t ' "' 4 . '"" ' ' ''
After the engagement) Col! Jdekson, with his
k.Mila .Ml. ma M.lu mr,mt, M..,In.k
Last STening GenvJoboioQ, with all . the -forces
staiioned In and around Winchester, marched to
his aid, and we may expect to hear of a battle
at any boar. - " - ''r.nt ;'
Latib. We lesrtt that more prisoners have
been captured by our forces. The number ia
said to be. twenty-seven. Amoog them is a
llentensnt-colooet, a captain and a Surgeon.
They may be expected here by tbe time our pa
per goes to press. They are all Pennsylvanlans.
We bave also ioat received information that the
Yankees have taken possession or MirUnsbnrg,
and are estimated to bs from 13,000 to 18,000
strong. General Johnson Is at LUrksville, sev
en miles this side of Martiosborg, and at the
time of oar writing, Is preparing to advance
upon the enemy. His command is about
i3,ooo.- 1 - ' -' -;
: Tie militia of tbe country have been ordered
oat, and are rapidly collecting In town, eager
for a shot at the minions of Lincoln. , ., ,
[From the London Times of June 23.]
Jealousy of the Americans.
If there be anyone who believes it possible
for England to avert.. the- suspicions of 'the
Americans bj fairness of deaiiug, or to escape
their abuse by the most studied conrtesy, let
him read the files of American newspapers that
bave arrived by the last mail.. e , Tbe
natural susceptibilities of a foreign nation are
at ail times worthy ot respeot. Where any of
our neighbors bave reason to suppose that we
have acted la an snfriendly or BngeDerous man
ner towards them, or that their Interests are
likely to be affected disadraBtageously by our
acts, the opinion, though erroneous, deserves to
be removed by explanation en our part. It
most be expected that nations will sometimes
give way to groundless jealousy, and misinter
pret tbe policy of others by . vowing it aa dis
torted, by their own fears, . Io all such oases a
frank and ready assurance of good Intentions
will never be withheld by the suspected State.
But ia the present ease the people of tbe North
ern States bave. without the shadow of reason
and In spite of manifold Instances of courtesy
and rood will on bur part, enoeen to laen loem-
selves into a fury because we bave taken tbe
only course which waa open to us,a,nd declared
pur neutrality in the war between two poweri
fut, energetic, and obstinate communities. 1 It
cannot be sippeseA that they ere Ignorant of
tbe reasons whica compelled us to this course,
for theae are obvious to every one who has anv
knowledge of International law and the laws of
war; tbey bave been plainly stated by Lord John
Russell ia Parliament, and they bave been laid
down bv American iuriati in case almost iden
tical wun tbe present. ..Nor is there the least
pretense for saying that apprehension has anv.
thing to do with tba noisy attacks whioh are
aue noon us. Bio American ia bis senses be
lieves that we are about to give anv help to the
Confederate States, or that we hastened to re
cognise them as belligerent power In order
that we might supply them wiih arnsa, or share
with them the ptolt of captured merchantmen.
The. reasons- advanced, by the Northerners to
justify their Indignation, are only pretexts, nsed
(0 cove tne real cause oi ltnameiy, tne wound
which their vanity Baa suffered by ear not hav
ing shown sufficient admiration of the levy made
in obedience to rraaiaeni i,incoin'a rrooiama
tioa. This is the bead and front of onr offend
inc. All tbe talk about aiding ths secessionists
and raising rebels to ihe dignity oi patriots, la
merely an affectation to conceal tne real griev
ance Tbit being plainly ths state of things,
we shall, not attempt, to coax the Northerners
Into .good , humor by .Assurances of any kind.
Onr conduct io the American civil war is before
the world, en J la so completely approved that it
has been followed in every step by the Frenci
Government,' and will', 'no doubt, be also fol
lowed by the Other maritime States ef Europe
Th wane inveot ires wnica Blithe iNertrosn
Dasers mav therefore continue, tbey will not be
deprecated by , us.. . The politicians and the
Journalists who I few Weeks ego-were advo
cating the seizure' of Canada,' mast continue to
lament that tbe nortn baa not met with due
sympathy from England in its crusade against
the Confederate States. ' The Northerners bave
thrown themselves into a passion, and we mwt
leave them to tee owes tneis teanpervmro I ra
With respect, to tbe progress ot tbe war there
Is not much to be told, though .it .is slew that
aeriona work is at hand. It'ls blain that
the war will bo a 'mo.cn hngkf affair than! tbe
anguine pawaute uu iiwv iuub oave cxpeoieu.
rreeident Davie wilt, not plant bM aag on f an
eull Kail, or even on the White Hoosej and, on
the other band, lr even Virginia is to be
auered eaa She debatable land of S.entui
cured, something morev than- a brilliant march
will be required. . Not that we doubt for t mo-,
ment the great energy, and the) high military
qualities of tbe Northern volunteers. From
tbeir nabia er me ana tne general weiibeinn
In which they have been brought up, the Amer
ica youth ate fine .material, for , soldiers, and
win be ma on .into excellent troops, in a very
short time. But all of 'tis know item exseri-
etice oe of It bitter, some of ir amusing
mat agmae. na toir appe rates are not to be
extemporized.. ". " , We cannot hot think
that when Congress meets In July, It. will -be
necessary to' provide! for 'i strroter and mors
lasting Organisation; to be Oc(trlQKc mi Darter
matertejsc B What the Southerners may be doing
we know not; but from the hints of our special
correspondent, we. should conclude that their
mlUtarr aotboritieS Will have lbeara nimcui
by. a War, 'eaa newer be; waged e se sarge
scale without reaular armies, andto reauhw
armies It must come ai.iast on tne nmensaa
Continent.'' In the meantime the fate ef the
border States hangs lo tS9"bJABcei Kentucky,
Mlssonri. and even Teooessee, are tnreateeea
with disrirptron as well as Virginia;'' The flrat
victories will no doubt decide; to Nrhlrjii Confed
eration tbese snaoi atiacn wemseutes.or wsetn
rtbey sbU be broka asnndi "A mighty
contest looms in the distariceV end all that we
pgrj' cleatly kee l (bar our own, policy ol men
trality 1 both. wis as iusU.ttj r, c-. I "
-t.
EAGLE BR ASS ;WOU
i earner Sprlae; Water 8t,
.t,-"i't arl' lii ri ' . -.v.l r' j.1 'lr1
W-H tPOTTO i&o-pO
infli WaAnfAchirert tt Br)ni Orjapeeltlei Caatlnr.
r-itJO iS.Jgini)lii)JlrWa8WBcrlptji4
stencil cu irmt; fee.'
febl 81-lf
: e,Tgy?P n mat qoacEaj.
Plio fWorlta of Ohio, i
eerie a ra to tb. Pobu.' vT.bb.i
.fo-i .ai? iar.MDs..JaB. J W01.
THB aneenlgned having become the Lea., -i m..
and having entered hsto the emlos efsd wirt i
hereby gtv MUc 4bnt ia eteeatiMM mUaVmU
appointed by the Lessees, anderwea rales, reiuUtlone!
ojeif gawssamnit.. ,..,, .. - y .
Thoae Agent far th present, will constat of en. Gen
!' AsjnU a ranrr and Secretary, for the Central
Office of the lesseee at Oolnmboai aad .. - - -ember
ef Soperlntendenu ef Bepalr tad Oelleetoraof
toll oa tb eeveral Wore etahreeeS i. um leaZTT
The Qenoral Ant Shall be the principal executive
offic.ro the Lctaee, D,1 shall have hergVtnr
oral bnatnesa oflioe atOolBmhoa. He (hall have atmer.
rlalon eve the saistnea. of U temw with th aeiuo,
and a mich eat skell .M.M i eo.traeu, Icepl
thotefor labor and malarial oonncoled with the ordina
ry repair of th several Work, and he shall aadit aad
Settle ail BeeoBatte. . ,1 . ...
data f the Treararee ad Beoreterw abajl be
ayarenwaUy dieoaerged by u lav effloan tn eiher
The7 rbirfriteiiilarita at SmaIm etufi'.'.. n.Ji.
eeeeirr. dltiskm, have power l employ aad daawhai
alt BBberdlBBt and laborer, and to perebae all taeia
and materials neasaary In the ordinary repair of raoa
division, and th same shall be nnder their (veclal di
rection and aungemnt.
The Collector of Toll, Water Bent Bad Pinee.are
inveated with all U anthoetty aad peWprevMed "
th Uw of the State and, tbe regniaUooa ef tbe Board
of f nbilo Work, made for that parpoee. when each Ool
lan as ted and appoinlaeeat aad aatBotti; lrsea the
No rndrrtdai Btember ef the tsesse Aal! have the
right to transact fentwiee In ta Bams of tb Lesseee,
with any person or persons, in any other auaner than
h rough the appelnled aHrealavanleaa apenUlly aatfceri
ed by Um Lesaeae a to dot sot ahall any eae of th ap
pointed agents hav authority Io transact any bnetaeoe
he aanse of tb Loaaaea, eaaept la the Dertlculer
branch of the btulnese confided to him, and aoblect to
the restriction) and limitation) of hi agency
tflb Anlhiirltw ,rt knM.v . u , . . . l
Lessees, shall ever exist in anv Leasee, smt or other
ployeeof tb Leaeee. an lees the aasaa aBmll ha ton.
ferred by a nnanimoiu rot of th Leasee, at a regaiar
meeting, and tba amount o aathorlaed to be borrowed
apectnui Io the order and entered en the lonmai.
Oso. W. MAKvmiiiT i th Genaial Agent of the
Leave, hniin B. Bkitb, Treasnrer, and Jonn
Jovcc Suntary.
The Superintendents of Repairs are :
OatheM.aa Canal and W. R A St. Road Joetra
Coom, laoaAS Baowa, Wat. i. Jacxasa and Asna L.
Bacics.
Ob th Ohlb, Walhendlng and Hocking Canal and th
Muskingum Improvement Robbbt U. Noun, TboDa
Maun. Dosifll McOaAtmt Snmm M.n...v
owabo Ball.
Tn Collector OB the Canals. Mnskinram Tmnme.
meat and Mao me Bead, are the aama ikl arm L, iha
service of tbe Siate at the time of to eiecutton ef tbe
Lease, bat all the aforoaaU agent hold their appoint
ment at th pleasure and option of th Lessee.
1V.BHT JABVI8,
i Jomra coorxB,
... WM. J. JACKSON,
" ' ' ' ARNOLD MBDB8BY,
, . . . THOMAS MOORB,
THOMAS BROWN,
Leasees of th Pmbtl Work.
Jelt-d3tw3w ...
NEW ARRIVALS
OF
Spring & Sununer Millinery.
The Stoclc KepleDUhed
DATTiY
FROIU A.ATFST liflPORTATIUIVS Of
7 . NEW YOKK. t
MY STOCK OP
Spring & Summer Millinery
I)Bewcomplet,eomp rising every variety of Mlllla
try) also, a large aaaortment of Embrolderlea, Hosiery
and Notion. Ac., and In quantities and price that can
not fail to inlt all who may favor u with a call. Th
good have been bought at Panic prices, and will be (old
at a small advance on coat .
MILLINEEY
Miea M. E. YOUNG, late of New York City,
will anperlotend the Millinery Department. Her lot g
experience tn the meet PathI enable establishment in
Broadway wilt alone b a warranty that she will be able
to giv entire attisf actio la matters of faate to all who
may favor bar with their order.
. Tba Ladles of Colombo and vicinity will pieaee ac
cept my sincere thanks for their liberal patronage, and
I would rupee Kb lry solicit a eentlnnanc ef the earn.
R. H. WARE,
68 East fawn St., Columbus, U.
J aprll -dSm-eod
. STONE'SJAZAAR.
No. 4 Gwvnne Block.
p. mm& o'earra
ABBNOWHEOEIVINOTHEIHWIN
. TAR GOODS, and Invite the pnbllo to Inspect
rhenw No nch stock ot Good ha ever been brengbt to
thl market. Th Sooth, in consequence of tb failure
of th grain crop, has not been able to pnrchaa the us
alqnanUty of rich good, and thla facthaa forced the
Importer to Mil them at pnbllo anctioo. Our boyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New York at theae large aale, took
advantage of there, and we eaa and will sell eur good
here, at less than any one who purchased two waekt since,
paid foe there ia New York. Our stock ia oomplet In .
very department of -
ELKUANT DRESS SILKS,
' OTTOMAN VELOURS, '
-f.: - , ' BROCHE VALENCIAS,
; ., -7 , - PRINTED MERINOS,
m , , PRINTED COBURG8,
n - . DyED C0B0Gg.
BLACK ALPACAS, 4
l ORLEANS, . v i
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
.ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
- DELAINES.
-llt."r ai'-er
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Bye Thausand Dollars Worth
5n?Bought in One Day,
K1 CO I- 11 ' ' '.' " ' ' ';: ;
-i.l
LADIES7 FURS, :
-"HOSIERY 'DEPARTMENT,
Me'n's.'LAdle and CblHren") tfnder Bktrts and Draw n;
Ladlre, Mlaaeaand Children' aoalery of H ktada, In
Wool and Lamb Wool; fleecy Lineal and Cotton Glovee
ef every make. - -
A complete assortment, of all the ustlai varie
ties or -.
LADIES' CLdTH3;,. r
a, f
-J'
"-CASSIMERES, ' - '
1 .1 .-v .. i.) , i - OVERCOATINGS,
(ir..-if .: .1 ' ii i--. - ... . ..(".TWEED8,
; tt.'i v t . .. ' nntrdcj TPTMMrvns
i'adiei anil bent's Linen Cambria, Han d-
VkMhiafi - Aa JfrlS I
0.'r,,J ii-
ekOAVAiAeu,, w.va wv, .,
t !
fa nertoti who call oo as, v aMga i words to
shoe theea the largest, beat and eheapeet stock ef Good
ever eeeafn tM market, er pay tneaa eae dollar per
no. white leokbag. v.;r.. I . .. i
"deot-dlyawlMv.. ,.. j ;, BJOHB Pit".
Baltinorc' ClotSiag Hoise. 1
tfi 1 ... bn,i '
a
iri rj rni:.i
3EtI2J3El 'v tity TIT sTJlal,
aunprAoTrata m wbolbsaui pcaub nt
READY-LUDE CLOTHiHG,
NoTSWa ialUmore-etrect,
a I si '
(BBtWBBB MBBBTT ABB BOW ABB,)
t.
,'AasortsMnt ol Pieee baa lar&lhla
Oooda Ooastantly en Eaad ' '
Octstkiiy ,

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