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yOL: VIII. NO. 45. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO, THURSDAY MORNING. AUG. l; 1861.
BIZ DOLLARS PES TUB,
: InTftriablj la Admer,'
lje &)io Statesman
D AJJ.V. TW-WEIEIY AND EKM
MANYPENNY & MILLER, .
PUBLISH J El AHD FBOPBIITOBI,
I " 1 1 ' .
Itr Offlse Km. 16, sad 40, Borta Hlgk It
. TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVAN01. , ,
Dally ', .' ". . $ 00 ptrytar.
By xh Carrier, per week, 11 tents.
M-Woatyy ... . , ;0OMrTn.
Weakly,
1 00
crurn ol A4verUtlng by tb 8qvr.
a tiiuare I yeai. . . 90 00
O119 ' 0 moLlhi 18 00
Jne - . 0 nontbi 15 00
Joe ' i monlhf 10 00
Jno t montht 8 00
On iqutr 3 WMki..4 00
On ' Swieki., 3 00
Obb 1 week... ITS
One " 3dn... 1 00
One.! 8 4ye... 75
One 11 I Inurtlon 50
one " 1 month. S 00
Dliplayni Jvertliment hair mora thin the ahora
fatei. ', i
A47ertliemenli leaJed and placed In the eotuma of
Boocial Notlcei," double th ordinary rate.
A. II uotlcea reqalrea to be publlthed by law, legal ratot.
Ii or.lered on the InaldeexclaiWelr alter the Srat week
per ctn:, more than the abore rate; but all each wil
ipiicsr Id the Tri-Weekly without charge.
BuslneieOanle, not exceeding ftTellnee, per year, la
lie, t'l SO per line ! ontaide ft.
Noticei of meeting, charitable oeletle, fire companle.
to., half prire. , - . .
All trmUfnttt nAmnrtUmrumi iui h rxxii tot III
4 tmnci 'Xb rule will not be Tailed tram.
Weekly. iam price a the Daily, where the adrertliei
' ei the Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
re both uacd, then the charge tr the Weekly will be
Half the ratea of the Dally
No advertisement takes except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
v F. A. B. BDCCISS,
Attornoy At Zaw
, ( , ( , AND NOTARY FUBLICV , .
0 (II eeAmboe Building, oppotlte Capitol Cquar. " '
OOIiUMBCB, OHIO)
uSLa OSBORXII,,
Attorney & Counsellor at Jaw,
MARION, OHIO.
OOZjUMCDS .
Machine Manufacturing Company
MAirOfAOTUVM.O . i .
'STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Caittngi, ICUI-QotrinK, MMhintrj.
' " ' At(U
Railroad .
....... OF XTTET DCSCUmOH.
covvnavsj omo.
OHA8. AMK08, Bup't. V. AM EOS, Treta.
dooll. lB5H-tf
..." n-iir
rJri.S.T-j-i. .....M.t.l-Ji i. 7.31 ' .
1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Omtllna with the PITT8BUBQ0, FT
WAYNE fe ODIOAQO RAILROAD
If FittibvraK. PhUadlpMi and SaUimon. Mm
for Fort Way and Chicago.
Connecting at Clereland with the tASI 8H0B1 BAIL
ROAD
I'nr Punkirk, Bnffalo, Albany, not
ion, and New York.
.-.) THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
from Colombo, la connection with Irainaoa the
i.riTLR iniAini and coluitibijs
AND XKNIA RAIL.ROADN.
,',r. : ' : iirbt srain. w
NIUHT EXPRESS. Leave Oolombui at 3.40 A. II
will leave paaaengera at all atation touth of Gallon,
atop at Delaware, Aahley, Cardingtoa ud Ollead, and
at all elation north of OaHon, arrlTlng at Otereland
t9;U0A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P.M., Buffalo 4:25 P. M.
Albany 3.S0 A. M., New York 6:35 A. tl., Boeton 3:30
P. M., Plttaburgh Tl Oreatline 3:30 P. M , Philadel
phia 5:10 A. M. Chicago Tla Orntllne at 7-00 P. U.
SECOND TRAIN.
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leave Columbui at 11:10
a. m. Willetop atLewia Centre, (for White Sulphur
Burlnnl. Delaware. Oardlnaton. Gallon, Creatllne, ihel-
by, New London, Wellington and Orafton, arriT
Clereland at 3:33 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m. uf
falo, 10:35 p. m ; Albany, 8:45 a. m.; New Yoik, 1:5
p. m.; Boaton, 41:40 p. m. Thl Train oonneolaat Shel
by for Sandusky, and at Giafton for Toledo, arriTing
Toledo at 6:40 p. m. .
i THIRD TRAIN. .
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION teaTe Columbui
atU'.iu p. m. Will (top at all nation South
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, firafton,
and Bene; arrlTlng at Cleveland at :3u p. m.; lun
airKx:. m. ; nunaio, a.wm. m.j Aiuaoj, x;zu p. n.,
NewYork, 730 p. m.; Bolton, 11:45 p.m.; PltUburgh,
via Oreitllne. at 11:55 r. m.: PblladelDhla, 100 p. m.,
Chicago, Tia Omtllne, 0:45 a. m. Thl Train eonneeti
at khelby for Sanduiky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
to.wj). m.
Patent Sleeping; Can are ran on all
Right Trains to Chicago, New
York; and Boston.
Eagoag OKtdctd Through A? KmM York and Ballon
tk btevecona, eueo, to jrnwMnpnv aw
2ino York via OntUim.
RETURNING. '
Night Exprea arrive at Colombo at.. .11 15 P. M.
Cincinnati Kinreea arrives at Oolumbni at 10:50 A
Aceommodatloa Exprea arrive at Colombo at
P. M
Faj aa Vuvr aw by any other Rante
ill fir Ttckttttia Cftttlintor Qmdand. t
, . , . , 1.8. FLINT.
' Buperlntendent, Oleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
Oolumbua, Ohio.
Colambus, Jaae W, 186U. . . . - i
Joit Beealrtdl
4 A A II F. CH GREEN Ud .BLACK
lJJ TEAS 100 bag prima Bl Cone.
ISO pocket old Dntch Oovarnment Java Ooffee
1 a hn Oavlan Ooffe. " '
igOQbbie. standard Whit Sngan, eonilirlng of Pow-
area, vnrusnea, uranamtca a ana v wuyw
60 quintals George Bank Oodush. . .:.., ..c.
SO bbl. Men and No. 1 Mackerel., . .
6 tea. Pick Bslmoa.
,100b. Iyf BaUln.,,.) ,.: . , t :.
60hf. boxdo do ' ... . ,, ' .
KWIor. hnr do ' da ' ' ' ' '
100 M Cigar i, different breads and grade
aov37
WM. McDONAtD.
M. C.HULIEY ? ;!
13XDJJ321XEI.
And BlankBook Hanii&nturtr,1
mobth nsH mm, ooinain, omo
aurll-dly
Red, White and Bine
DELAINCtJ, .I'tfCHAJ
OAUCOEI.
j . .. i . -.j aaawrs,
; j, BILK,
neckties
Jolt opined by - v
apr -TV. kIT
r.'.At.
. BAIN It BON,
.'i No.M SeathHlghatrKr
a new moof sKiRifj
, , No. 89. SOUTH BIOS STB1ET. ,
liav loit rsonvefl a new m of HOOT SKIETS
inlshedia mariner far (upniog to any yst tattodaocd
for
DURABILITY AND GRACEFULNESS,;
FAktt.
H f'l-'l "
;
at
at
of
M
7.50
.
WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QlARTO DICTIONARY.
iua iaeapeit Zmidjm the ueit,
The rrioat Rellabli Stanaard An.
Standard
thorlty ottta4j Eng lab Langnace.
' ' Shi Bundrti Eminent Zlucatori of Ohio,
THE BEST ENQU8H DIOTI0HAET EXTANT."
1 ' LUorary ittn JhtryviAtr.
"Hex are nnwarda of a Hundred Thenaand Word.
whoa multUarioo meaninaa and derivation, toiwtner
wiu ueir correct (peiung, and pronunciauoa an clear ty
art before lb eye.''
Ofricfnnotf Cbrrmerofa..
Stad tUDtotttont of the JOmbtri of IK Ohio StaU
utacAor't Attooiation.
The andenunwd. mtnhm of the Ohio State Teacher'
AMoelation. adonlandahB to nee In teachlnt. wiitlDl
and ipeaklnf, the orthoanrnby and pronanclatlon of
oroeeter Moyai uuano uwiionary, ana we aot ewr
dially nooaaaiend II a the aaoat reliant ataadard aa-
thorlty of the Bngliih language, Hit I now wrlttea and
powm '
Loata Amaavra, President Kenyon College.
M. D, LtooarT, Superintendent Zueivflle Schooll.
Tho. W. Haavzr, Bup't Maullon Union School.
H. f. Oowbist, Bup't PubUo School, Sendnrty.
Jotr Lvwca, Bunt Publle School, Olrclevills.
8. N. Biirroan, Principal Cleveland lemal SetnlM-
Wh. Mrrcwnx, Snp't Public Schooll, Mt. Union. '
Job Osdin. Princloal Stat Normal School. Mlnne-
tot.
Oram rTunn. Vrlnrlixl Wnnrth Tntermediata School,
Olnoinnatl. ,
H. 8. HARTn, Bnp't Canton TJnlo School.
Ibwik RawaL, Principal MoNeely Eormal School.
Eu T. Tarraa, Prof. Uathematlca, Ohio UnlverHty.
Wm. W. EDwaans, Bup't Troy Union School.
A. O. Honuin, Principal Wait High School, Olcve
lend.
B. A. Norton. Aitoclau Principal win ccnooi, umtc
iHtosou BttiLma, Principal High bcdooi, Ultra
land.
R. F.
3 4 A
, HtJMirroK. Priorlnil Olmland Inftltnl.
. Oaaruxa, Preiideot of Klectie Institute, El-
ram. -
W. L. HAKaii. Prof, of Ghemiitrr. Ohio WMieyan
Vnrrenity. . .
H. H. IUaitrr, Ex-Cemmlnioner of Common School,
umo.
Jura Moiraoa. Prof. BhetorU, Oberlln College
Taoe. Htix. Praeldent Anrloeh Gollere.
O. W. , H. OiraceT. Prof. Ala thematic. Bigh
School. Davtan.
B. O. Oanktairjan. Prof. Laoruar. Hlih BcbooL
vayton. .
B. U. Baana, Supt Union School, Aahiand
Hot than Sim Btmdrtd ottor Prttidtnt of CdO.
oti, rronuori. Author ana jxtmtvwua Aauca-
tort, iun4 maorita. vu aoov Mnttmmu.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Hatmra Cittjioi 'Tt I trolv kuurnlSeent work.
an honor to the author, the publisher, and the whole
eonntrv. PreaUent Andrawa. 1
Omo WaainaUaivmutTT.,lIt exceed tny expect-
noni. It will be my mid la orthoarapny andpronon-
elation, and will often be oonmltedbymeforlU neat
and acenrat definition." Prealdent Thompna
W a. FcLir-ra OoiixM "Heretofore we have aied
Webater'a orthomnhv. At reoeot meetinf of our
Faculty, it waa decided to change It to conform to that
of Woreeeter'i Boyal tjuarto Dictionary." Prealdent
thuflela.
Wrrm ttmara Ootxtn. T find It worthy of
tordial approbation." Freeldent Hltchoock
Oatatra Oolimb. "It mora than meet mt expeeta'
Uona. I recommend It a the atandard authority la
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." Prealdent
noma
j ArrrooH Ccujmx. "I adopt awl aim to ae In teacb
ht, writlug and fpwking, the orthography and proaun-
eiaaleaef Worcester aejai sjuarto vieaoaary."
Piaatdent HiU.i
In all nr wrltfor.neaklna'.and teaehtnr. I have en'
leavored to conform to the rnlea for ortnofraphy and
pronunciation aa contained la Worcester e Dictionary
t-Uorac Mann, lata Preddeat.
1 EDrroaOotLaoa.Oiiin. Imort cordially reoom'
Bond ltaa the moot reliable itandard authority of the
Engllih language a it la aow wrlttea and ipoken."
Preddeat Andrew. .
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Bio. Anton SmyA, Oommliitontr of Common
0QA4KMO a vao.
"The Dictionary hi aa ImperUhabl monument to the
learning and induitry of it author, and aa honor to the
world of letter. The mechanical execution ufartup
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted."
From Hon. B. B. Barmy. He- Commiwiontr of
tiCAOQl tn VMO.
"The moit reliable atandard authority of the lan
guage.''
WUT TBI
Lcsullnii Km-v7arpap4ra of Onto fcJny.
from thi CUttiand Etrali of March S8.
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary hi that
need by moat, If not all, authors of distinction in tun
country and England, and conforms to the general aiage
of ordinary writers and speaker.
Whatever prejudice amy hare exlited previously, a
careful study of thi volume will Invariably be followed
. 1 - .1 . tim u M.4,a .nil. Jji.It.
OJm warm sppiTCwuvH w -
to add It to the well selected library, be it Urge or small,
Itisalibrarv In Itself, and will remain aa Imperisha
ble record of the learning of Its compiler.
from thi (XnoinnaH Commiroial of April 80.
TTar. an nnarairla sf a hundred thousand worda food.
bad and Indifferent whose multlrarioua meaning and
derivation, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, an aet clearly before the eye. The work I
naawatlonablF the greatest i neaaumaoi angina nim
aver published. . -
From th OlKMland Flatndialir nfSip. M. I860.
w.ntl. Wnanavne'a Bovaa Onaaro DicnoKaar U
not only in iaea, th mrmrk of thi kind mr ii
ueti.and can by no possibility sutler by comparison or
controversy. . .
From thi TaUio JBladt of May 89.
A to noaoacuTioM, Wokcmxa is Ti BTaxnaxo
riinwi h. mr kMt anthora: in dellnltions be leave
nothing to be desired, and la Oanoaaanr it i sumcisnt
to say that Woacama oaa be taieiy rouowcu.
,. . INOHASt tV BRAGG,
PaMlalaeraj, Boleaellora Sc Stationer,
NO. 191 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO,
maid
J ,nnn a 1 1 iriiiT a T TJTtTkTTSVTrm
IIEE INSURANCE COMPMY,
; : .'. i ot . .
Dlrldeaid JaamarY 1,186146 W Cent.
ABBETS 13,813,538 50
Ststtement Jaasiarr li 1861 .
Balanea, peritatement Jan. Ut, I860 3,OO,50J 39
Keoelvea lor rremiuma uur-
bit th ier vxv va,u3 m
leoelvtd for rnterett during "
th year lew an.ui m . ,
Total recelotl for 1860....t97T,0o7 7
PaldOlalmabyDeatb,S87,050 00
Paid Pollcde iurren- i
dared... l,l z .
Paid Balarie, Post-, . v ,
ace, Taxes, jsx-
chanre.elo 81,620 M., , ... i
Paid OoawilasioB to . , . .. ... 'i
AffMtS l,S3 J" : !
Paid PhyaMaae' see. , 'i
Pel Annuities...... w .
Mil HIvlAin. An9 . , . , - . -
tog the gear lWJ.lou 7) biu.uut i,J ai,u.o if
Net Balaaoa January lit. 19C1 83,812,558 SO
. i.-,.: ,; 'ASSETS. .x ... '
Ouh on hand $6,6384 10
Bond and Mortgage on Real (. '
jutaw, worm uouuie in . ...
meant loaned 9.327.641 08 . ..
Premium Mote, en Pelleite -
snfoeoe, only drawings per
ent. Interest.. 1.J79.864 17
Real Eltal 90,893 X , ' '
LoamonBcrlp............ f ,931 44 '
Prmlama,roeaaauaB,ia. , . ,,.
couneol irananuBMon.... . vj,mi ij
Total Asset.
(,3,812,5S6 SO
T,BT5 PolkiM In tons, lnsurlag. aar42e,538
, 1,435 new Polide bv bean Issued during th year.
Aft a oarefal calculation of th present vain of th
OUtetandlni! Pollcle ot th Company, and baring the
aiaswi'i amount hi reserve therefor, th Director
hare dec land a DiTttsor t uwi.a ta rraaal.
nm Did at th table rates, to aU pollcie for life In force,
lasuad prior to January 1, 1800,najabl accordln to th
innCnli nf lha Oomnanv.
-Bam tor all kinds o Life OeatuwwBctei, Proisact
dees, Statements, and Application, will be furnished
WTTHQ0V OsUB, Bl IB WBe mtjtmimm w wa
PDF -ft ,ci j'oBT.'tf.TlTTrigOPr.ildent;'?
wm i , i,, o, fiRuvBH, Vat rremaeni. -INJ.
O. MIIAER, rworetory. 1 ""
March W, 1861.' " ; i .
IV -J WSaAJBVB, (
Columbus, 0.
Til, A I IV AND
rievissn black
MT . DBSI8 8TLK8, tt rrerv gradav
Sk aw
asrta&! aa tb igp, and at wt rata.
. . sun sua,
l aprlll v.
v.. -:? - ll a awa Mj savew
. i : -.
Ayer'sSaisaoaviM
A compound remedy, designed to be the mont
effectual AUtrativt that can be made. It is
concentrated extract of Para Sanaparilla,
o combined with otner raonances oi nxitt
sreater alterative nower as to afford an efl'ec-
tive antidote for the diseases Sanaparilla is
reputea to cure, it u uviicrru uiat eucu a
remedy is wanted by those who autfer from
Btrumons compiainu, ana mat one wmcn r in
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow-
citixens. How completely tnis compouna win
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints: i
Scrofula and ScboPuLous Couplaints,
Eruption and Ervftivb Diseases, Ulcers,
Pimple, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Bueum,
Scald IIbad, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Mercurial Disease, Dropsy, Neu.
raloia or Tig Douloureux, Debility, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Rose
or St. Anthony's Fire, and indeed the whole
Class of complaints aritillg Jf-m IMPURITY OF
Ttrooo
' BW
Tliis compound will De-iOund a great pro-
motor Of health, When taken in the spring, to
expel the foul humors which tester tn tne
Wood at that season of the year. By the tune-
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
tho aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
J r : V Vr .... i ,
tho endurance of foul eruptions ana ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of the body
tw an altnrntivA morllpinA fllonneA nut. tha
f.:-.. a vi.-.i .u !..
, ; r-.
burstmgttapughtheskininpuupie.
or sores: cleanse it when you nntt it is Ob-
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and lire
longer, lor cleansing tne biooci. iiecp tne
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. - Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sanaparilla has, and deserves much,
reputation of accomplishing these ends.
the world has been egregiously deceived
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the public hare been misled
by large botties, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of SaTsaparilla 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 curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter ana patniui disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts
O Ml fl.-,l
Sar8apnrilln which flood tho market, until
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
wc call this compouna Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shaU rescue
name from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think we havo grouna
believing it lias virtues which aro irresistible
b v the ordinnrv run of the diseases it is intend'
cd to cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
bt judiciously taken according to directions
the bottle.
riUTABED DY
DR. J. C. AYE It & CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, 91 per Bottle Sis Bottle for $5.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for Itself uch a renown for the cure
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it it entirely unnecessary for us to recount tho
evidence of its virtue, wherovcr it has been em
ployed. . As it has long been in constant
throughout this leeuon, ne neea not ao more man
assure th people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on
do for their relief all it has ever been found to
Ayer' s Cathartic Pills,
FOB THE CUBE OT
Cotiioetuss, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, Hhiwnattsm, Lrupltont ana Mm Diseases,
Livir Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors
Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, us
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying tht Blood.
Thev are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they arc
best aperient in the world for ail the purposes of
family physic.
Price 25 cents per Box ; Five boxes for $1 00.
Great number of Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, nave lent tncir
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space nere win not permit
luaertion of them. The Agent below named fur
nish gratia our AMEBlCANAXMANACin which they
art given ; with alo full description of the above
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed tor tneir cure.
Do not be put oft by unprincipled dealers with
other preparation they make more profit
Demand Ayeb's, and take no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it-.
All our remedies-are for eale by
KOBIHTS At SAMUEL, Columbui,
And byDrureliteand Dealer everywhere.
aovwira.twKW
CANADIAN & UNITES STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
to and mom .
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
NJJW ,
Th Montreal Ocean Steamship Company' first-el
,n.n.Mil Gla-ila-riullt Steamers Ball ewerV
nrday from POKILiAKV, carrying mi uanauiaaanu
United Bmtee Mail and passengers,
NORWEGIAN, NOBTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, AN9L0-8AI0N,
NORTH BRITON, ,. HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, N0VA8C0IIAN.
Shortest, Cheapest ana Quickest
vcjyauacv raaa
AlfXRICA TO AU PARTI OP XTTB0PX.
Hate) ot Fraswraga to Enrcrpw,
soo, ee. 80.
Will sail (rom LIVERPOOL everr Wednesday,
and from QUBBBQ awaiT Baturdaf calling
LONDONDERRY, to noetv a hoard and knd Malls
Passenger, to and froaa animus na aoouana,
ITr'Theee Blaamer an ball! of iron, in water-tight
eompartamts, carry each aa zperMnced BBrgeon,
very attention 1 paid to th comfort and aocommoda-
tion ot passengers, as wrpramvinvi w uvnifun
DEBT, th great risk and delay of calling at St.
I avoided. .......
Olaagow paaeengstsar luraiaasu who ran
ticket! to and from Londonderry.
Betarn tickets grameo as reauoea raies.
OcrUfloate Issued tor carrying to and bringing out
atngers froaa aU th principal sows at ureas jtnuun
Inland, at reduced rates, by this line of steamers,
by the WABLUNttlUN tana v baiuuiu rauaaie,
leaving Llrerpool every weak,
Blsrsit Draft far XI an apwardi
"able la Ent laadjlrelaatl, Soot
, ' . . land Wale. -
for psssag. apply at th OBo. 93 BROAD.
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[From the Boston Courier.]
The Battle of Bull's Run.
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Even mlifortuns and adversity bear lessons
with them which have a healing ,irtue. And
from a consideration of the causes of oar miafor-
tunes we may well learn to guard against a liko
evil in the future. In tho absence of the official
reports of the various Generals, and guided only
oy ww coduichdb; ana uncertain rumors orougni
by the telegraph, it Is not possible to criticise
WUQ uiscreuou we aiBposiuons oi ine aisasirous
ennraRement. We feel unwilling: alike to accept
ss true tbe explanation given in other journals
or ine causes, or to join in tbe reproaches show-
erea on inuee accused oi tuese aisasters. Dome
general facta are evident. Tbe forward move
ment was initiated on our side, and tbe action
at Ball's Kun was sought and brought on by us.
It is, tbereiore, incumbent on those administer
ing our government to show that tbey were jus
tified, as a military question, In directing the
advance to this entrencbed position of the ene-
my ; and that they bad provided sufficient means
tor success, ao ao tnis, iney must snow ine
nmnOMM M 111 A ta . I lira w l n,li. I , n .no. fnm I
- -- nu.uc. ii Mimv.tvu. ,-
rM - 0L " ,n "mnd, Ineompetency ot
0l,,, ' overwhelming aod unexpected a
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It wonlrl at nroaont innM. (hat aih kiii I
bad Some influence nnnn the nnfortnnate reanlt. I
It Is a maxim of war not to ficht an enemv on
u...i. .u t. " , . .7 . ' I
"o naa aeieciea ior toe oovioua
reaouuH, vuai ue nas seiectea it Decease it was
reasons, that be bs
favorahle tn h m .anrl inn ahnnlrl in rira
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ak eawaa. .e.J .A L. -1 I. L a - J -.Is
,u' WW"U.V vu? v?" wuoro
w - B'""K "n too aavantnge oi nis caretui
And tborougb preparation and study of positions,
we were at disadvantage, and-probably bad
not at the time of tbe retreat uncovered half
of tbe obstacles he had prepared to resist onr
advance. Tbe position ot General Johnston
with tbe Confederate left wing was well known
three days before; and the fact that he could
etiect a junction with tbeir main army with fa
Icility and in less time than General Patterson
could connect with General McDowell, was pat
ent to every scboolbov who looked at the map
of Virginia. If it was Intended that Patterson's
force should participate, why not wait for him?
If it was expected to overpower General Lee
before Johnston could join him, whv tbe delay
oi a whole dar and mora reconnoIterlDt?? The
railroad to Btrasburg considered, and Johnson
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was as near General Lee In point of time as
was General McDowell when the march from
our lints at Arlington commenced. These
things must have entered into consideration
and been determined before the advance to
Manassas Junction was ordered. Wha ne
gleoted or despised the considerations of or
dlnarl prudence concerning these two subjects?
..! .v.r.hw1. lrnA. ih. .vlnn, .Mi.ihnt.ll
Again, erervbodv knows the axiom attributed
to Napoleon, tbat bod Cgbts on the side tbat
has the most artillery. It has been observed
that our artillery, though admittedly of excel-
lent quality, has been much Inferior to our op-
in quantity, and that they have ibown a
maritea atieuuou w tne ueveiopment m vaas
arm during their whole preparation for the
marked attention to the development of that
fiebt, and indicated their reliance on it as A
main arm; on tbe other band, we have devoted
but little energy to increasing that arm of ser-
vice, and concentrated oar attention on Infantry,
In CAValry, again, our force was insignificant in
numbers, though of superior quality whilst the
enemy bad a large, efficient and powerful cav-
airy; wmcn, in ict, ir rumor oe true, won ine
for him. We do not believe for a mo-1
ment. that enn for sun, dragoon lor dragoon,
tbe OonfcdawAta tlliry and cavalry compared
with the small but experienced bodies of these
arms we bad on the field; but have we not to
learn that a larger proportion of artillery and
cavalry to our infantry would make a much
more efficient army 7
' s assing to the consideration of the battle it
self, are we not now to comprehend that war
requires something more than courage in
troops t That intellect and training are ele
menu of military success, and raise the army
w ud uikuiit auu ouMiitr ui Tc.ciouoi a us
self confidence of Ignorance may frequently
lead men to believe tbat because they put on
the uniform of soldiers or officers that, there-1
fore. bv some special magnetism, or transub-
stantiation, the skill and judgment of veteran
privates or officers has become theirs. There
is too much of this, and it has been too much
encouraged generally. People will not bet their
money on an untrained horse in a trotting
match, nor on a yokel in a prize ring. A green
hand is not commissioned as a harbor pilot;
nor is ine manaouvering ot a amp oi war
entrusted to him. Unfledged lawyers and doc
tors are not entrusted with important cases,
iHr can you get an engine builder to employ
man iresn irom tbe pioogu or tne enoe
bench at a machinist or engineer. In all
the regular armies of Europe a private
called a, recruit till be has been three years
ia. service; and no officer receives a com
mand till be has worked np through tbe Inferior
grades and acquired his knowledge of the art
by practical experience in service, or by ardu
ous study and practical experience. We have
marobed upon tbis campaign with a mass ot
regiments where the oflioer had no more ex
perience than the troops, and the troops were
raw; an army ereated in the past tbree months
from civil life, destitute of experience under
fire, and or the theory of war, and ignorant
those resources of getting out of a tight place
without running away, which are known as ma-
Boeuvre. The first thing which occurred be-
yond tbe routine they bad been studying the
past two or three months,, utterly discomposed
and routed them. The veteran troops of Rome
were routed bv the first war elephants they met
in battle afterwards they learned to rout tbe
eiepnanta. uur troops, when experience nas
given them knowledge, will not be overcome
skill.- According to the news we have, the ex-
perience of two days fighting there chows that
force did not discourage them nor heavy fire
appal them. They stood tne smell 01 Diooa
and sight of wounds like game-cocks, and give
fine promise ot beooming nm rate eoiaiara
due time. It was through a brilliant and saga
cious military evolution of tbe enemy tbat tbey
were tricked, routed, knd unexpectedly to them
selves dispersed. If this be so. the inquiry
presents itself, whether we have military lead
ers who are equal in strategy and resolution
Generals Lse, Beauregard and Johnston; and
Generals McDowell, and Tyler, end Schenck
are tbeir equals hi military capacity, then why
were not such dangers foreseen ana svertem
In ahort. let ni have an inauirv now, and learn
what Is the fault In the organization of tbat ar
my, and what the remedy. Then let us apply
the remedy, and give our patriotic soldiers
fair ohanoe in another field. - ,i
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The Recent Flag of Truce from Jefferson
Davis to President Lincoln.
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When first mentioned that a flag of truce bad
been sent from the Confederates to President
Lincoln, It was only "rumored;" the next de
clared It a fact, but it was taken like the great
er portion of telegraph stuff, as worthy a doubt.
lt seems, However, to nave oeen correc, as tne
following, which was read before the Confeder
ate Congress,- at Richmond, en Saturday, tbe
RICHMOND, 6, 1861.
To Abraham Lincoln, Prertdmt and Oommantir-in.
chiifafth Army and Wavy ofth PniUdSlaUlt
" Sias learned tbat the schooner Sevan-nah,
Mass.
offered
uay,
just
also,
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Having
private armed vessel in the service, and
sailing under a commission Issued by authority
nr ,1,. f"-fnfHiint. fitatea nf Amerlr-a. had been
..ntnrt h. (ins nf tha wesaela fnrmW tha
carHured 6 one or ?Jr
blockading squadron off Charleston harbor,
directed a proposition W be made to tbe officer
. r ... .
commanding that squadron, for an exchange ot
tha officers ana crew of tne eavannan tor pris
oners of war held by this Government "accord
ing to number and rank." ? To this proposition,
made on the 19th nit., Captara Meroer, the on
est la command of the blockading squadron,
mads answer on the same day, that "the prig.
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oners (referred to) are not on board of any of I
me vssseis nnaer my commaDa." '
It pow appears, by statements mads without
contradiction in newspapers publiibed lo New
York, tbat tbe prisoners above mentioned were
conveyed lo that city, and bare there been treat
ed, not as prisoners of war, bat as criminals)
that they have been put in irons, confined in
r
brought before lbs UourU oi Justice on
cnargea or piracy and treasou, and It is even
rumored that they hare been actually convicted
of the offenica charged, for ao other reason
than tbat the, bore arm. indexed lharlghu
of this Government, and under the authority of
commission.
1 could not. without e-rav dlaoourtesr. bar
mads tbe newspaper statements above referred
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to tne subject ot this communication if the
threat of treatiog as pirates the citizens of this1
uonieaeracv. armed lor It aervlcn on tha bleh
seas, had not been contained In vnnr rural ama
tion of the April laat. That proclamation,
however, seems to afford a sufficient justification
lor considering tneio nubusned statements as
oot devoid of probability.
It is the desire of this Government so to con
duct tbe war now existing aa to mitigate ita
horrors as fur as me? be poeiiblet and with thla
intent, its treatment of the prisoners captured
by its forces has been marked by tbe greatest
humanity and leniency consistent with public
obligation; some have been permitted to return
home on parole, others to remain at large an-
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ucr BlUJIItr VVUU1UUU WLUJ1Q IU1B IsUUlCUCrBCT.
and all have been furnished with rations for
thmr aiihplflt.ni.. anrh aa arn atlnarprl tn nnr
own troops, it is oniy since tne news nss neen
t k. . - .u i ..i
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on tha So.nn.h .h. r nn,nii.H
tn .Uhrlr.. th... InHnl ..n.M .nrl tn hnlft fh.
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prisoners taken by us in strict confinement.
a lust recard to bumanitv and to the honor of
tbis
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la VVIVI UlalVUf V ISA UOl VVk Blv au VI AVAVajau V SI
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Mia oy is tne same treatment ana tne same
fate as shall be experienced by those captured
on the Savannah: and If driven to the terrible
necessity ot retaliation by vour execution of any
of tbe officers or the crew of the Savannah, tbat
retaliation will be extended so far as shall be
requisite to secure the abandonment of a prac
tice unknown to the warfare of civilised man,
and so barbarous as to disgrace the nation
which shall be guilty of inaugurating it.
With this view, and because it may not have
reached you, I now renew the proposition made
to the commander of tbe blockading squadron,
to exebange for tbe prisoners taken on tne ba-
vannab, an equal number of those now beid by
na. wriino tn rank
I Sc.fl.
JEFFERSON DAVIS,
President and Commanderin-Chief of the Army
and Navy of the Confederate States.
RICHMOND, July 10, 1861.
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letter to General McDowell, commanding the
United States forces at Arlington. From Ma
ponents nassaa I nroceeded to Fairfax C. II. . where
United States Army, accompanied me to Ar
fight lineton. where I arrived about four o'clock P.
To Si txttUtney, Jrfferion Davit, friaidint of thl
Oonftdirati Statu:
Sia: In obedience to vour instructions, I left
the City of Richmond on the morning of the
7th of July, at six o'clock A. M., as bearer of
Jl ..l nr- TJ II . , 1 T l
dlanatchea to His Excellency. Abraham Un
coin. President of the United States. At Ma
nasaaa I received from General Beauregard
was furnished, bv General Bonham, an escort
was larnisbed, by uenerai Monnam, an escort oi
fourteen cavalry, under command of Lieutenant
Breckinridce. of the Vireinia Cavalry. Pro-
oeedlng on tbe direct road to Alexandria to it
junction with tbe road to Arlington, I met
detachment of cavalry under the command of
Colonel Porter. United States Army, about
three miles from the Junction, from which
place I sent back my escort. Capt. Whipple,
M . Mondav. the 8th. General McDowell not
haimg u Arlington, my arrival was telegraphed
him at Washington City,
. About nine o'clock P. M., Colonel Van Ren-
lelaer, senior aid-de-camp to General Scott, was
I leD( kj convey me to General Scott's head-
quarters, where I found General McDowell,
whom I delivered General Beauregard's letter.
After readme General B.'s letter be passed
to General Scott, who, being ibformd In this
letter that I desired to deliver your communica-
t,on m person, received it of me. After reading
i vour communication to mr. liiucoiu, ucuem
Seott Informed ma that a renlv would be return
ed by Mr. Lincoln as soon as possible and
(he same time instructed me to return to Ar-
iinirton with General MoDowell. thence to Dro
ceod In tbo morning back to our lines, which
did, under an escort of twenty United. States
eavalrv. commanded bv Lieutenant Putnam.
my intercourse with General Scott and the oth-
er officers of the United States Army, I have
gay that I was received with marked conaidera-
tion and attention, and with that courtesy and
kindness which should ever characterizt the
diplomatic relations of great nations, In war
well as in peace. Understanding that the ob
iect of mv mission was the delivery of your let
ter to Mr, Lincoln, I have the honor to state
THOS. H. TAYLOR.
Capt, Cavalry C. S. A., and Lt., Col. 2d Ky.
Regiment.
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Panics on trc Battle Field are no new things
in war. On the 21st of June, lola, the r renob
army, 22,000 strong, oommanded by Marshal
Jourdan and Joseph Bonaparte, accompanied
bv ten thousand civilians men, women and
children were attacked on the plains of Vlt
toria by Lord Wellington, at the bead or tbe
combined English, Portuguese and Spanish
troops, amounting to 7b,uuu men. Tbe fight
I commenced at 4 o'clock In the morning, and at
3 in the afternoon the French were thrown into
confusion, owing to a panlo among thenon
combatants, which communicated to the troops,
nd the whole French army fled from the field
0( battle like a flock of sheep, leaving all their
I cannon but two behind them, and all tbe am
munition wagons, provisions and treasure,
amounting to many millions ot dollars, suca
la the result of a panic on a battle field even
with veteran troops. Onr fellow citizen, Tbom-
as Barrv. of the Boston Theater, served undsr
Wellington on this ocoasion. Tbe same troops
under a different commander Soult fought
like lions within a month atterwards.
On the 21t of July, 1812, on the plains of
Salamanca, Wellington beat Marmont in leas
than an honr, a panlo having seized the left
wing of the French army, and, totallydestroyed
tbeir efficiency
to
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PBICKI BSDUCID
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Froa th New 1 ork Otworver.l. f .... - :
Asallnartles manufacturing Bowing Machine are ob
liged to pay Mr. Howe a lioens on esoh machine tela,
and are iio compelled to soaks returns to him, ander
oath, as to ths number sold, his books give acorreetetate
meni. From that reliable soeroe we have obtained the
following statistic. Of the machines aada ia the pear
1969, there were sold,
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V, va Grover fc Bker... ,...,. Wao
Showing th sales ot Wheeler It Wilson t b eVrtiAti
laos ef aay eutst u)Yi-. . wy rnU
Awarded the highest premium t the
United State fair of 1858, 18i and 1360;
- alsoatth . - i
Ohio State Fair of 1P59 and lFJi , ., ,
and at nearly aU th County Fairs ta tbe Stats.
Our prlres, at the late reduetk), mn ai torn ai any
took eicA maahlue no sold, aad but a t,W. kinhar than
to interior two thread chain ttkh machinK now
forced noon the market. ...... .y. :,
a,. in,... c 1. atvina uiltmn bMA.
Tb WHIBLEB At WILSON MACHINE makes the
Lock Iticw th enlyen which sac not be raveled. - It
la A Lisa on Bora SiDssef th good, leaving no rdg or
chain on thi wKiir.tidi.
Aa machine warrant! I ytan, md itutmodm
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No. 4' Grwvnne Blockl
A. P. ' STONE & O'HAREA, : ..
RE NOW HECEI VINO THEIR WIN
TEH GOODS, and Invite lha nnhlu, tn in, i
them. No such stock of Goods has ever been brought to
thla market. Tbe South, in eonseqaenoa of the nllara
of ih grata erop, has net been able to purchase the aa-
aVor.'&irTS tMTiyX
(Mr. stone) being ta New York at thee urge sale, took
advent f them, and w can and win sell our good
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i ivs wkia ui woaj u VUI lill K II CUmUICVgf in
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS, . ,
. .- BROCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MERIN03,
,,, PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUGS:
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
i ALL WOOL DELAINES.
POPLINS, PRINTS,
, , DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
LADIEST FURS,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT, '
Men's, Ladle and Children' Under Shlrta and Drawers;
Ladies, Missel end Children'! Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb' Wool; Fleecy Lined end Cotton Glove
every make.
ALSO
A complete assortment of all the nsnal varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMERE3,
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
kerchiefs, 4o., &o.
To person! who call on ni, we pie ice our words to
bow them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
ever teen In thi market, or pay tbam one dollar per
nonr wnue looking.
dect-diiKtawttw. btuhb a g utiu,
HEW ARRIVALS
OF
& Summer Millinery.
Spring
Tho Stoclr. Replenlshpcl
DAILY
FltOra LATEST IMPORT ATI-IKS' OF
NEW YORK.
MT STOCK OF
Spring & Summer Millinery
Ii now complite, comprising every variety of Milln-
ery; tun, a large assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Notion, tec., and in quantities and prices that can
not fail to suit all who may favor na with a call . The
goods have been bought at Panic . prlcei, and will be sold
at a small advance on cost.
MILLIHERY
Miss M. E.YOUNG, late of New York City.
will enperintend the Millinery Department. Her long
experience in th most Fashionable Establishment in
Broadway will alone be a warranty that she will be able
to givt entire satisfaction in matters of tasie to all who
mavbvor her with their orden.
, The Ladles ot Columbui and vicinity will please ac-
wpt my sincere thanks for theV liberal patronage, and
j wonId respectfully loiicit a continuance of the same.
R. H. WARE,
68 East Town St., Colnnibns, o.
TO WHOM IT HAT CONCERN.
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The Public Works of Ohio.
Ornct or thb Los or tb Pcilio Woi,(
Colombo. Jane 13, 1801. I
tilt underslrned having becoms tlw Lessee of Ibe
Pnblio Work of Ohio, under the act of May 8, 18UI ,
and having entered into the possession of said Works,
hereby give notice that In operating under said lease,
and discharging tneir ouuei unaer tne same, ine Dull
ness will 0 iransaciea wim ine puono inrougn areni
appointed by the Lessees, under such rules, regulations.
restrictions ana limitations, a snail oe presenncu ior
their government.
Those Agent for the present, will consist of one Gen
eral ,
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Agent, a Treasurer and Secretary, for the Oentral
Office ef tha Lessees at Columbus; and the necessary
number of Superintendents of Repairs and Collectors of
Tolls on the several Works embraced in the lease.
The General Agent shall be the principal executive
officer of the Lesseea, and shall hare charge ot the gen
era! business office at Oolumbua. He shall hare super
vision over the basinets of the Lessee with the public.
end as such agent shall execute all contracts, except
those for labor and materials connected with tbe ordina
ry repair of th several Works, and hs shall audit and
settle all aecounte.
Tha dutlea of tha Treasurer and Secretary shall I
such as are usually dlschsrged by similar offlcsrs in other
Tka flnaAflntamrlanhi nf llarialM atiall ntt thai F-
pecUv dit Isions, have power to employ and diaoharaV
all (ubordlaate and laborer, and to purchase all tool
and materials neoeeary In the ordinary repair of such,
division, and th asms shall be under their special di
rection and management.
The Collectors of Tolls, Water Bents sad Fines, arn
Invested with all the authority and power, provided ia
the law of the Stat and the regulation ol th Board,
of Publle Works, mid for that purpose, when each Col
lector anted under appointment ana authority irom tn
State. ...
No Individ! member or tn Aitaseea (Ban nave ma
right to transact business in the name of the Leasees,
with anv oerson or persons, tn any other manner than
through the appointed agents, unless specially authoriz
ed by the Lessees so to do; nor shall any one of the ap
pointed agents nav lutaonry to transact any nusines
in the nam ef th Lsssess, ccpt in Aba particular
branch of th business tonnded to him, and subject ta
tbe restrictions and limitations or hi agency.
No authority to borrow money on the credit or ins
Lessee, thall aver exist ia sny Lessee, agent or other
employee of the Lessee, unless the same shall be con
ferred by a unanimous vote of th Lessees, at regular
meeting, and the amount ao authorised to bo buiiuwe't
specified in the order and entered on the journal.
' Geo. W.' MaNvnmiv I the General Agent of th
Leasees, BouasUB B. Burnt, ,Xreaaurerv and. JoHK
Jove, Secretary.
Tho BoperiBtendents of Bermln r:'. ' '' '
Ob the M. E. Canal and W. B A M. Road Josrrit
Coops, Tnoms Blown, Wat. i. JacuoK aad anal.
BacKca. '
On the Ohio, Wslhondlng and Hocking Canal and th
Muskingum Improvement Bobsht II, Nrjean, Tnosut
Miuaa, Daxxm McOaBTBT,. Bvivaaraa, JtsnaaaT ane)
Eowaao Ball.
Th Oolleetor en th Canals, Musklnirum ImprovM
ment and Maumee Boad, an the ram that were In tb
service of tho BieU at the time ol the execution of tb
Lease; but all the aforesaid agent hold their appoint
ment at th pleasure and option of the Lessee.
, ... , . KENT JABVIB, V!
, ., . JOBBPH COOPER. .
' WM. J. JAOKBON,
., t ARNOLD MBUBdkY, ,
THOMAS MOOKE,
' THOMAS BROWN, "U
LesMss l th Publle Work. .
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" Irish Linen Goods. i ! - j
WAKRAISTED FABRIC
Linen Shirt Boeom Plain aod fancy
Shirting and Bomb Linens.
Linen Sheettngo aad Pillow Casing.
t- Lines Caeabrles and Long Lawaa. T
. - Linen Pockel-bandk'fa, all sise.
1. ') i: , , Line Towelllnpand Diaper
Lines Napkin and D'OyUea., . . ,
Linen Table Clothe aod Betta Demsska.
1 Linen Towtla with oolorsd sarrter.
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- , -. . Llnea Stair Ocverlngi ana OraaB,., ,
Formic at low price.
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cMi , NcW South High etreet.
BTxaivB ;oaurriiDCN, ... henbt t. cthttendm
S. It H. T. CHITTENDEN .
a ATTOBJIStSAXlLAW. .. . ,
1100910, 829 troadway New Tork Olty, td
f aBo Btnuirjaa, Colambe, Ohio. : . ' .
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