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SATURDAT, WORN lN6r -OCT. 13. 1861.
PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR.
STATE OF OHIO.
STATE OF OHIO. EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT.
COLUMBUS, Oct. 11, 1861.
lT fts Military CmnmlHao of(kelBtatt?;j
lU' Lfbt Qanrtbtmaeter-Genera. iof the UtUtd
tI.-rStateB. b,Uefcfflcial eimlep,.ated.Oct.l
1SC1. comnjonicate the fact that the Govern
art aannnt- aurrolv a anfictoiit! number of
blankets to meet the want of ibo tolaotcr
. Th aoDronrUtlbu br ear Leiialatnre to ntd
of th Unlte$ Statea .havhaf .been exhausted.
. thV tta authorities : are euspeUed so ly
hlA anon tha General Government to elothe
and ia other raepeot prov Ida tor tba eomfoit of
Ohla volunteers ' t ' :;
' .' Tba Inability of tha Federal eulnorltlee to
. . .ni'i blankets to our soldiers,' whose health
,.' od efficiency ar threatened, lav ae alter
" outre to jout Stat Ecullvbut a direct ap.
. ... Deal to the people. "
," la addition to the doty with which joe are
already charged, to aid in the procuring ol
bUuketa for recruit), too are hereby epeoiaily
" and moat earoeelly directed to solicit eoatribn
tione from the people of your respective districU
.' for our rolaoteerain tba field, and to eopply da
flolenclei in campi. Yoa win appeal to them
. .. without delari will receive all donationa of
woolen abirU, drawere, aocka, sjlevee aad blank
- ets, and will purchase, at retsonsble rates, all
.. tbe blanket whieb, In your Judgment, will be
Betrlceable eelooilna; aucb aa are nearetl toe
army aiandard. Ton will communicate to me
' tbe namea and ple ol residence of all the
donors, and will forward to tbe Quartermaster
Geueral, at Colambaa, all the good yon may
receire or pnrchaie.
I will not doubt a prompt and generous re
sponse to your appeal. Tba many and cheer
ful contribution of tba people ol Ohio to eur
noble army, are tbe brat aMuranee of their
readine to do all in tbeir power for It proteo
tlon and support. . . , - m
Governor of Ohio.
Tbe Journal, of Tuesday morning, Oct. 8,
contained an article with tbe following ttartliog
, head lines: "Important Arrest! A 'Castle' ol
the Kolghta of tha G. C. Assaulted by the
United 8its Marshal The Records Seized
A 'Commander' Taken." ind then followed
this artiole, which we copy entire for tbe lnfor-
nation of our readers:
It baa long been known that a gang of "Cos
federate,'? called "Kulghts of Ik Golden Clr
tele," baa been infesting; the whole country.
Tutt they were working-tecTetly in Ohio
; against the war and tbe Government baa also
been known. We bare been In possession of
tbeir oaibe, tbeir grip, their password, and ci
pher for secret correspondence, for more than a
month past. But knowing thst the offloers of
- tbe Government were upon their trees:, we re
fraloed, by request, from any poblioatiou of the
document that bad come into onr possession
from a perfectly "reliable" souree. The Mar-
aba! of th Northern District ha now made a
"descent" upon them be assaulted one of their
"cssilce" in Marion yesterday and bora off a
"Comnuoder" as a prisoner, to tk Cleveland
jtU. Tbeir racordi were also seized. The ex
aitement in Marion ia intenee. ' Fualle Indigna-
- tioa la aroused. But remember, fellow citizen,
that tbe same vlclons and treasonable orcaaixa-
tioo la everywhere amongst us. Tha man Coart
.. who was arrested, stated that there are Km
Hoiwatn of them in Columbus!! Arouse
friends, and crush thi vlllaioou coDspiracy
against our coousrti jseiow arw loma th
' eworn statement npon which the Marshal
made the arrest.
"I, Samuel Cheney, of. Marlod oonnty, Ohio,
ol lawful ar,',' being first duly (worn, depose
and y tnat on me evening or uotober 3d
1861, 1 waa at Carter' School House, in Green
1 Csmp township, In said oonnty, and with- oth
ers present being desirou ol lerreuug out and
exposing a secret association known and die
tioguiebed to tbe uninitiated a 'Knight of th
Golden Circle," called on Peter Hopkins, who
' ws present, out or laid acnool house, and af
' ter soma preliminary talk, It wa arranged that
I snouid be umtatea in regular form, tatd Hop
kins informlog me that be was a regular mem
ber; whereupon w proceeded to a wagon some
little distance from the scbool house, aad in
aid wagon I was duly initiated a a member' fi
aid association, by said Peter Hockln. be ad
ministering tbe oath and giving tbe paw-words,
eigas, grips, etc., in good faith. Tb oath was
taken In tbis wise, (aid Hopkins first repeating
a part of tbe im -- time, and myself re
pealing ua eame alter nun. Attar sail initia
tion said Hopkins informed nie of tb names
of a number of aaid association residing in tb
neighborhood, which name I for tba present
wnanoia. J oe oains, signs, grips, pass-words,
to., are to tb best of my knowledge embodied
below, and ars a nearly correct ail oan recall
them from memory. I am particularly positive
that the parts in Italics reUlir to mating In
blood np to my knee to serve Jefferson Davis,
as contained in tbe oath below, was In th oath,
ana my memory i particular ana distinct on
this part of tb subject, also a to th signs,
grip, pas-words, etc. The oatb as given 1 true
in substance, II not La lonn, as I nav to de
pend entirely on my memory for tnb name, and
farther saitb not. -
solemnly promise and swear
that I will not reveal any word, either directly
or indirectly, of what I am abont to receive, ex
cept It bo to com tru and faithful brother of
tbis order, and not nato him or them until after
strict cumulation, I shall have from him or
them, a justly an titled to the cam, a I my
self am about to be under tbe no lea penalty of
Hiving nay body severed Into four part; the
first part oast oat at tb north gate, the second
part at lb south, th third part at tbe east, and
tb fourth part at tb wast gate. I furthermore
promise that I will always hail and answer all
signs ana nigosi toss are given to m by a
brother of ' this order, if In my power so to do ;
and I furthermore promise and swear that I will
protect and defend all tonatuotlooal Demo
rsvs, their lives, property, nod personal lib
Art front mob violence; during this Southern
Insurrection, so long as they obey tb law of
tb v. d. a., let it eusno rem whatever aooro
It mayi this obligation to be binding on me a
josg as tne war sneii last." . - - ' -
," And further promise and swear ta the
pretence of Almighty God and tbe member of
th G)do Circle, that trill aei real or
tioftt Abrtkam UU neis PttwUtnt, iM be
rtmottd mt of tho rruUentul cUrr. ami I mul
mU in blood np to aay kno, as seen Jtftrm
DtvU otto ffOft U nurok teita Ait army at Ukt
As eif cf WatkinSton tmd tkt Whit Hanoi, tt
io tts cams. 8o help ate God and keep m
etendfeet to dotheaamf.V 1 ,:y.:&:'.r. f. ,
Tbe undesigned under oath atato that we
have read Ue above statement, and say tbatw
were present aod beard tbe ' oath administered
as stated In th abov - affidavit, and that tk
statement therein are true, v ' : 1 7 '
T. H DICKERSON,
; . J. W. HOODu r
' " DANIEL BNYDER,
' " C MARTIN.,
, . r.
ttwova to and rnrorrlhed before me, thi 7th
dsyof October, A. D lfiGI. " ""
J. R. GARBERSON.
Mayor of the incorported village of Mwloo,
0bl- ,i .
It U a litj remaikall that the ftdoer of
th Government,", who, U tha Journal did It
duty, were la possession ef the Information for
more tbaa a month previous, mad ao aeaceat
npon th traitoroua organjiation.nnlil Monday
last, tha day preceding th alittlop, laid that
thaJewrnoI obtained the particulars of the as
suit ipon ih Castf" and th oapturo of h
fOonimaoUer, on tb same night, and mUme
for lu lasn of Tared ty morntnffi tb day of th
eloUe.-.W leave th reader to nrtvbli own
lirMnM fpK iIvm imlncldeat alrcnmstanoas.
Nor Aa mm i.m U worth WSUa So oomueut
noon tha fact that a man wbo.'liki Prm Hor
iul. would, aarfoua tb tits) wl initiating a
BMmbet Into secret order, m wage; In th
open air, must bav been nr innauo or
naturally dwtitut of common am.,, ,
But lbarUonb thing lo th ntatemenUto
which the Jewmof kas given currency, wnicn
deserve a "phasing notlc. It say that, "th
man Covst" wbo wu arrested Lu Marion, stated
that "thenar N HcaDai of them th
Knights in Columbus." Th Jwnl print th
Nln Hundred" In capitals, ana men aaas
"Arouse, friends, and crush this villainous con
piracy against our country!" In It lasueof
Wedneeday morning, In speaking of the result
of tha election in tbis oonntv, it said: "The
Koifhts of tb Golden Circle bav been busy,
iatimetlnc tbst through tbeir Influence tbe
large Democratic majorities bad been obtained.
Thus, tb Journal has given publicity to, and
1(1 Indorsement of the base slander which It puts
tut tb mouth of "tbe man Cooxt," npon onr
elry and county. No man her believes it tne
alitor of the Journal himself does not belUve
itt but to serve a low, mean, partisan purpose,
he wu willing to aacrifio the good nam of lb
community in which h lives, by publishing to
the world a statement uncontradicted and appa
rently aanotioned, that nearly or quite on third
of th legal voters of th Capital City of Ohio
are sworn traitor to th Government and the
Union. Taken in connection with the fact that
th Democracy of this county, In common with
that of our 8 tat and country generally, have
always been opposed tj all secret political or
ranla-ation. th insinuation that hundreds ot
Democrat In this city bav entered Into a a
orct treasonable association, and that tb recent
election In thi count waa carried in favor of
tb DemooraUc candidate through th Influ
anoe of mambere of that organization, bean
upon lu face Its own refutation, and shows that
it originated la th lowest depths of that parti
sea selfishness, which sticks at noli and reject
no slander, to compass it end.
Th Journal t artiole. with it falsa and ma
licious (lander upon th fair fame ot this city
and oonnty, has been published in all th lead
ing Fusion paper of the Stat, and no on that
we have seen has Intimated that It waa not all
the sober truth. Slandering tb Democracy la,
w suppose, th way the Union men take to
consolidate th loyal lentlment of the country
and weaken the hand of Southern rebels.
Every true Democrat will eay with us, that
If any traitors are amoog us, whether In tb
Golden Circl or ont of It, let them b brought
to justice forthwith; but let there be no whole
sale accusations of treason made or counte
nanced against the loyal citisena ofany carn
al unity, or the member of any political party.
We have enough to do to grapple with the etera
facts of the rebellion without seeking to sow
discord among loyal men by bitter taunta and
false accusations. ... . -: , -
The Cleveland Lndtr of the 10th Inst.-, states
that on tbe 9ih (Wednesday), Dr. J .M. Chsis-
tun and Thomas Honcin, of Marion, were;
arrested, brought to that city and lodged In
tail, to av alt tbeir examination on the charge
of being Implicated In the order of Knights of
the Golden Circle in Marion county.. If these
men and their alleged eohfederate, Cocit, have
been plotting treason, a judicial Investigation
will aettla th question ol their guilt and their
punishment; in the meantime, our neighbor of
tbe Journal, if be I really honest and patriotic
as he p:ofesee to be, would do well to with
draw hi false insinuation! igsinat th loyalty
of citisena of this city and county. -
THE ELECTION IN OHIO.
WOODSFIELD, MONROE CO., O.,
Oct. 10, 1861.
Ed. Sttlumtn:.. Jawrrr's majority la this
(Monroe) county fflcial l 1,361. This
th largest majority over given hi the county In
proportion to the number of votes polled. The
total rot ia nearly 8,000 leas thaa that cast at
the Presidential election last fall. W think
we have done well. : . Your etc.
Well done for Monroe!
STANDARD OFFICE, CELINA, Oct. 10.
Dtar Coli Mercer county has again done her
duty. Jt win's official majority is 790i C C
Mabjhaix, Bonator, 800; A. P. J. Snrnia,
Representative, 804. Doesst falls a few votes
behind Ton, Tbs bajanc of State Democratle
ticket, tba earn aaJawartv -
'f-pk Truly yours,
S. S. S.
We were told by a gentleman that Cr Aocton
had jjone for the Fusion, but we are informed
ia a mistake. - Tbe Democracy have elect
nearly thai whole ticket, losing their repre
sentative, Mr. Gamut, by only three vote.
We regret the defeat of Mr- G axils'; he Is a
man, aad waa a good representative.
Warren county ha rone Fusion by about
,700 majority. ' Th. Scott, editor of the Star,
a member of the last Legislature, I elected
abont 800. The Doctor i slightly behind.
6adaeky county bu (ivn a Fasioa mslorit
about 250. .' v.'V
Mercer eounty, Jiwrrr's majority 785,' Good
Mereer. Doaarr run behind the Foiion
ticket; aayd the Cellaa Standard, S -
Dark eounty, Jiwrn'a majority 330. ' Wsll
Darke.' - ' .- -.-j - y-
Preble eonnty give T6 840 msjority'.fi ','
Butl county, JawaTTa nsajority 150. Oar
Butler eounty Mende were trying ti beat each
other, and tbe Republican helped them ', They
succeeded1. ,. i;' x v. : ,.'
Erie county gives Too 1,480 majority. ; , ',
Richland oonnty, official, is as follows: Jaw-
3,974;. Teor 2Jia-Jwm SCI majority.
Benator, T. I. Knmm, Democrat, 9,954;
Caiit, Republican Fusion, 9,740. "'
Perry rxrtntjr gives 350 Union Drmocrstle
msjoriiyi whole ticket elected, r-y: .a
Scioto Cooirrv. At the. nob of going to
press we are anable to giv th result of our
eeuoty. ' In Union township there ia a straight
Democratic majority of forty-eight. Nil gives
Unionists from four to twelve majority. In
ally ue Jewett Btate woke win lead the
Ualoaietabut Mute, while some county candi
date ar largely ahead. Mi. Newman' (Dem.)
majority, which ia considerably the largest, will
ever 300. There laaedoabt that Onr county
tisket iswlecUd with one ee two exceptions
Ferfrimmn IHemw; -.. : ,r., ...
W furnish tbe following brief aimmary of
.1...!. I. llL:.- ...... 1
ijofiiy. Demoeralic eotrn
State ticket 869
Senator, 305 oaJority.-SentwiI, ,,tl ,,. , .... t.
To4s msjorHy la Masklngoa eonnty I about '
The msj .t-ity of th balance of tbe Re
nublicaa ticket. U" about 800. Flak (Dees 1 la UM
aieeied State ikraMov ia the district comnoeed
Kusklcfta and Perry counties by abont 100
mJoritj,r,'tiAfvi7i luiun'o Prtti. ? . I io
The Abolition Disunionists of Ashland
The Abolition Disunionists of Ashland Rebuked.
At the time we r tt t.ss we have not all
the Mtom t; the eiuationi' but enough are re
ceived for us to Ute thav we have elected our
whole ticket by a hndime"majoritj.. Kenny
Is elected benator wane the .one horse, bogus
Democrat, Darning aaA Amea, tha went evw
to th Abolitionist for nsfAiiio but Mm, are sir
aajly defeated. iThir new allie had no mate
cotfldedpeln tbeni than the Democracy had n
times ' past . We hope that this will teach all
that kind of schemers a leaoa.Jwtt earrU
the county by about 151). Tbe Democracy of
this county aad Senatorial district bare carried
on the aupalgn upon th platform of "the Con
stitution, the Ualoo and the enforcement of the
.. rTM i ! ! I J
ibwi." i nst naa jtiwajs oeeo our prmuitaa nn
every aane man knows it. , we sun uo aa we
have alwtyt done, "carry tbe flag and keep step
to the musio of the Union," and under tbst flag
we are again victorious. - Tbe lying idiots that
have called- tbe Deeaoeracy secessionist, and
raised Ibeir eriea ef "tory. traitors, etc., for po
litioal effect, have now aothlnetsdo bet take
back tbeir falsehoods and admit their infamy.
AtUand fai.. " ' A
Wall don Ashland.- We rejoice over the
election of Capt, Kinni to the Senate from
Ashland and Richland.
The Fuslonlst will have a miiwity In bolh
branches of the Legislature. Tb. House will
oontaln a majority of those who or and ieir
Democrat!. The Senate, of those' who were
am ... nf- aioriit. wa said Athens
rnnnt. n. T).mnn,arle. It should read
Good for Franklin County.
The Demob acv of Franklin county, Ohio, in
which is located the city ot Columbus, gives
seven hundred majority (or Jewett aod tne en
tire Democratic Stite and county ticket Ca
tngulrir. . , i . i
Tbe Democracy of old Franklin were deter
mined that, whatever might be done lo other
parts of the State, the "center should be sound.
Tba city and county are DeD.ocratlo and for
tb Uoioo of all tb State. i i
sioroinsHosciiMiCT iioislstivi diotsict.
, Shrock (Rep ) is oertiioly elected.
John Cessna (Dem ) baa 1.000 majority in
Bedford oonnty. Four district . have bot been
llouaeboider (ttep ) Is reported tj nsve i.uuu
majority In bomerset. So tbe result is at pres
ent doubtful. "
bly and county ticket Is elected, except tbe city
treasurer, wnicn ts ttii m doubt. ,
Caiiisu. Oct. 9 Tbe following is th vote
lor tbe legislative ticket: .
Kboad (Dem; bUU maionty. . 1
Singer (Dem ) about 300 maiotitr. 3 "
Ia thi count tbe whole Democratic eount
ticket i elected. i
PrrTesoae, Oct. 9. The election yesterday
resulted in the suceeas of the Republican Union
ticket, with tbe exception, ferbaps, or the city
treasurer, which Is still In doubt' The vote rs
much smaller than usual. - ' '
C. M. Donovan (Dem.) Is . elected Benator
from Philadelphia bvl807 majority. Ten Dem-
oorata and six Fasionlsis are elected to the As
Tosx. Oct. 8 Tha straight Democratic
ticket gain largely in every district- The ma
jority In the county ia at least 1,600. -
f isher la elected Judge in . York and Adams
counties by a Jarge majority, York borough Is
uemocrauo by irom nity to one; hundred and
'0rtT' . ... .' r . - i . "(
The vote In tb city of Harrltborg, Pa.,
stood Democratic 881 Republican 18, Union
305. ' . .... ,
Capture of the "Fanny."
Br all account ths csotur of th steamer
ranny by the rebel was a mot disgraceful af
fair to all but her captors.' Whether the nrln
clpal fault was In the treachery of the Captain,
or in tne cowaraice 01 uapism tiarte and tbe
Indiana troop that were on board.lt is difficult
te determine; but enough Is known to make It
evident that the vessel and cargo were thrown
away In such- a manner tbat nothing but extreme
treaenery or aoject cowaraice can be admitted
to account for the occurrence. A correspond
ent or me new 1 or a j nous says:
"The Captain, whose written and verbal state
ments are so conflicting and unsatisfactory that
uenerat maneneia nss oraerea mm and tbe
crew to be detained, sty that with hi late
erew, composed of men from the Coast Guard,
the rebel steamer might bar been kept at
bay. According to tbat statement, the Iadl-
aniens, under Captain (Quartermaster) Harte,
behaved eowardlyi refused to throw over tbe
guns or ammunition, for fear tba rebels, into
whose hand they were about to fall, , would
hang them for the act; that they showed tbe
white feather without manifesting any pluck 1
tnai naa any tnicg iixe system or expedition
been observed, the Fanny would have been un
loaded before the rebels appeared, instead ot
waiting two hours before the ftstboats were sent
from tbe shore, cut the Captain does not
explain how it happened tbat he and all the
erew, and nooody else, esoaped without
first disabling the machinery, or even running
the boat ashore, though ht was within a short!
distance to where she would have cronnded
He merely says that while waiting for her
launcnes to isae on tue cargo, one boat with
store and a few men hating gone to tbe shore,
rebel steamer, soon aiter followed bv two
others, appeared several miles away, so aa lo
on nis retreat; tnat ne lougbt to bav tb
ammunition, guns ana stores tbrown overboard,
but that after throwing over a few boxes, Cspt.
Harte forbid tbe men throwing more over; that
eight shots were. fired, one of which he thought
a rebel steamer, and that Cant. Harts or-
dered a white flag to be run np, at which time
Captain aod his crew txk two boils and
made tbeir escape. We are left In lenoranca
whether the rebels fired a shot, thoueb 1 under
stand tbey did, but the Fanny was not bit nor
any one injured."
Un board the fanny were five dava' rations
a force of eight hundred or one thousand
en, and all the tents, and rqulpage ot tbe
Indiana regiment. One thoosnnd new over
ooatt, whion ' Quartermaster Tallmadge had
provided tor tb Indian! sr.s, two rifled
cannon, on (a Sswyer) Din pounder, the
other (a James) a six. poondcri end a large
amount of ammunition for both, seventy thous
and reands of lulantry ammunition, besides
privet store and sutler V .goods, In all worth
from thirty to forty tbousaud doilsri. Ctcia-BattPrfSs;."-
.'!!.'-''.. :: I;' Ik" I
President Lincoln's Opinion of Abolitionists.
; m r. . , . - sssAwaisasa.. j- -
A gentleman who recently vieitcd Washlnv.
Citv, Inform th Pitisburir Coxettt that. In
conversation with tbe President, the latter re
marked : "1 nate Abolitionists as moch a von
I hold tbem In ntter contempt." ' ' 1
What will tbe pulpit orators of ouf city sav
thi declaration of Mr, Mncok we mean
thoee who sympathize with Fremont and ar Id
favor of making th emancipation the object of
war i i ne rreeiaeni noias sucn men In nt
contempt. Wilt tbe Abolitionist ret np sn
buwwubb; naaiass cue rresiaens lor
exrreMloe- sncb sentiments? seisR Siait Sen
- - ' "
Poamoan o thi Riscls m Krwccir. Ths
different reeraittng stations and nointi occnoied
rebels, for offensive operations in Kentucky,
supposed to contain forces numbering as
follows:-"--' .--'. - li - '
mean . ander Qeneral Pollr. .1.::.:. .',
Bowling ieea. Under Oeneral WncVneirv..
Oaaibsrlasd Oapv. vaderdea. Zsllle -..;. a,.,
Oweo souoty, an4ar Hsaiphnr Maiflwll .i.....
Warsaw, nnder Jcoee D. Bright r.
Hesel reea Under I. 0. BrecxInrWie.,..
WaeS Point, wadev le Pellle. vi , . , .
Jnel4u. . '--'-....i.i...... in. i
!tla .nWky- ;;:
A ,8 lays that Ihe tide' of eeg(.
1 very strong toward tbe cipltal just aow,
twenty-five thousand troops ;havlog reached
U wn.V:: -- r. :A '
Tha aomsoondeBt wobld confer a favor if ha
Inform the world what the GortijDmn
tends to do with tbem. Cfa,Ti.
Exchange of Prisoners.
early the totlre brtbf4e country Is
nanlmouatn the desire Viat the' Administra
tion should exchange prisoner witn th rebels.
Tbe LoeansporlMnd., Courier, an Influential
petet,'uys: " -
, WaTVosiat.: pamonnm. The W itarred exp)
Oitfo from Vort Hatteru to . the "namf or out
noM of the Indiana Twentieth, and the capture
of Quartermaster I. W, Hart and twenty-five
others Of this gallant regiment, which, it will
aa mmmmrn .horedj waa rettultea: JM. ithis cltv
brings borne the vexed question of an exohange
of Drlsooera to our heart and hearthstones, i
a MUha th Administrations haa declined
, . .' . . r
1D(j wholly discouraged an exooange j( priaoo'
j 0B the ground iballt would be iseogni
lion of tbe rebels a peiugereni
But in tb
sioglelaatancs above mentioned, there is enough
to set aalda all suoh hair-splitting technlcalltlM,
and te damand an exohaage on tbe high ground
of humanity and the usage of civilised war
fare. When tb exigencies of tb hour demand
that even the plainest provisions of the Consti
tution should b set aside, tbe Administration
is straining at a knaf and swallowing a camel
in tha stubborn refusal to waive a mere teebni'
calitv. Tbe anxiety of friends, ;aod the suffer
logs of prisoners tbemselves, are eloquent In
suDDort of the cleat and we trust that tbe Gov
eminent will reverse its judgment on this point.
"d exehangetsome of the rebela, taken in the
;i7th7cl;ton Uiirind ihe "to-
I bsooo warehouses of Kicbmond. We are aware
that there are collateral issue Involved In thie
formal recognition i tne reoeie as neiugerent
but we hold that tbe Government I tqual to
I the emerienc. and that tha protection of
"B" wwmu ,
ranks, or to bis family and friends, I of iufln
itely more importance than the nice distinctions
wbicb now stand In tbe way.
Th aseessors have not paid much attention
to tne notion mat property bu decreased in val
ue in New York, a a result of tbe war. Nor
doe any on believe that it ha diminished In
intrinsic worth, although It may not be so easy
to obtain prices tor real estate, or nod purcnaa.
era during wsr limes. Tbe return - of peace
would start forward ever species of buslnees.
ana it is not impossible tbst tb extravagant
ana intolerable recti or a tew years past would
be outdone in tbe new order of things which
would follow tbe ending of the war. The an
nexed table, taken from Mr. Elv's Renort on
the Tax Levy ol 1861, gives at a glance the es
timate ana taxes or eleven years
TATtniRT Or VALCATKHS OP MOritTT AND
Anooirr or taxation in the oitt or new
TOtX. , H -
Tern. ' Valuat'ni
m , 331,768.4
1K3 w 4l3,ad0 t33
N 5 790
, S3I VHtfto
.' 6T7 230 GS6
...... 4 Pf I.KJU IKIO 4 . J V,00 BV
.......,.....;...' tuiWflHj.litj njunjm
, Y, Journtl of Commiree.
Thomas Francis Meagher on General
Thorn Fraud Meagher made a speech In
Philadelphia, th other dty, being accompanied
span tbe platform by General itobert fatter-
You have don right, fellow citizens of Fbll
adelphla, In giving three cheers for General
ratierson lappiausej, ror a know tnat tbrougb
mm mureatsa ana arrjnaioea psrue nave en
desvored to strike at the military reputation ol
tbe Irish facet and equally and sacredly do I
know that, were H ttot for hia own inviolable
patriotism, wbicb prefers private or public oblo
quy ta anything wfcieh would datraeA free th
credit or the strength, ef net ttapubn, tba ne
hsa in his pose see 10a does at an la which would
attest the efficacy of hid military service deaf
When tbis war le over, as assuredly it wfUbe
ever, and thst to the credit and tbe supremacy
of the United State, General Paitereoo, at tbat
time, will be able to do what bow, from mo
tives ef tbe purest though taorificial patriotism,
be declines to do. And until then, in tb spirit
of a loyal and devoted oltlzsnh prefer to In
cur suspicion rather tbaa that b -Republic
should take tb slightest detriment. ' ., ,
J. Knox Walker, of Taonaseee, who was the
private secretary of President Polk, la dead.' He
was uoionei or tbe Beoonn Kegiment ot Ten
nessee- His disease was congestion 01, tb
brain. - - -
A lit st er CoDNTKirsiTiks. The Detective
Police have arrested and imprisoned at Buffalo,
N. Y., one Andrews and his associates, whom
they caught in tbe act of making a counterfeit
or Area's lathaitic ruo. mir detection
was accomplished at th insUnee of Menr
J. C. Atm ft Co., of Lowell, Masr., who bav
shown a commendable energy and promptitude
in protecting tbe public from imposition tbroogb
spnnoos imitations or msir invaluable mai
does. - r- '.'. ." 1., . . ,.- 1 1
Doct. Aim's SaMArAim., Chbari Picroa
al aad Prxu bav come to be staple necessities
wita tne oommnnity, ana tbe imposition npon
the sick of spurious, worthless, if not Injurious
isDrtcations of tnem, I in fact tbe eonsumme
lion of villainy. We hope the aoonndrel will
get their dne, and la the keeping they now are,
tney are pretty snre or It. rofwe uautte.
" iiU rnl r 3
TT71IK, BE BECEITED AT THE OF-
" PIC! of the QnArtamaater flaneral. Celnmhae.
Ohio, nntll 13 K 8ATTJBD1T, Hth OOIOBKB, for tb
following articles snap clothing: .
.one KetaUUoa farads Csps and Covers, Bin Cloth,
(,000 do ' . lined Blouses. ' ' -
lfiOO do - Csvalry Jackets, J All-wool dark bio
1,500 do Artillery do. ) Kersey.
4,000 - do Troassn,sUwoot sky bine Kersey.
3,000 do do Re-enforced " do.
11,000 Orey Shirts, Union flannel. ' ;
000 Fairs Drawers, do.
6,000 Pairs Bhoee. '
3,000 Pairs Cavalry Boots.
nJOt Pairs WoolUo Booki.
e.OCO IafAulry OrarcoaU, all-wool sky bias Kersey. .
000 Cavalry do ' ds do do. '
Pairs lsnkets,alVwl,S to 10 lbs. fto pair
All the abov artistes sm retired t he af ssaterlal
style eorreipoBdhag la every reepsot Jo' Ihe 17. B,
Amy KetulsUon. i
Bample psttsrss of each article ssay be sees at the sf
llos of tbs Ojurlanaaaler wsasial, Cohnsba. ;
"Bids mast wsnade swpsntery tor each Article, and
stats tbs names st two er nors sorstlsa, i . , ,,..,!
Per all asawp tsd bide, th partle wHl be recall1 to
bonds, with anmdsnt security, for tbs faithful per
formance of tbe contract sad la ease of (allure ta IM
of delivery er la the quality of the articles, the
But reserves lb right te purchase then elsewhere at
expense af ths contractor . ,,, , , .
fayBMbt iU be ssaoe w Ilk la sixty days Inn cesnple-tlsaCeMtmss.--
" ' ' " ' -
Beltvary ef Osvalry aft! ArUllsry cuthlng ieis saads
fjolanbns within 30 days frees date ef aoatraet, ss
saaal propot tie aaea week. ' "
Delivery of Infantry slothing And Of Csps and Blsa
sets, te be aeads within feety-frre days, la eqeil
tlons sscb week.
PrnpeealswiHbsaddrssesl . . rM'.V
..-.. i...,,. ,10. I. WBJ6BT,
. , ..An'lQr, Oaasrsi,
wmiftm A. ,0:111
' " " ooLtonBua,' oiiio .. . j
A.rid So Stbro:'.
;,ii .b.utj . i. U
f. l-ni j'l .-t. I
; ''Ali.'iiLAa, IAIE, PUTTT, 00BJAa, "
Gsjaia, riil, VT t Willow TFe.ro,
ttheraad absvlltUaioa. tsather, Boa sad
kle. ' , , ael-dly
BonNRTB, HIBBOa TAJM.AJfD
. AUOJIU, new as,la4pad by
- -j -o;r i ,-iu-n ej d-i - BAllf k lOff, '
apn aw.BvswwiaAHga Ue.
TAXES FOR 1861.
Notice to the Tax Payers of Franklin County.
TK PCHaUAllCM f,'wlKTVnltWry!fe
1 OOUNII , kereb notify tbs Tas-Fsrsrs thsrsof, tbst ths nil e( Tinlioa for th ywtr IW1 li oorrllr slated
lm tU tellswssa tsWs, shewing tb another at senls Isvlsd en erery Banlred Dolltn of fsnble Propeihr.lS Sscb
2 W Inooiats f ojmaaad f ownsblps of said OoaByrauSlloiU Cltr olQelamra .f ,
1 ' TOWNNgniPB,'' ,
i.OXIaT AHD tOWNI. '
Onvsport Bebool Dlitrlet
lUvnoldtbars , Town of. .
Clinton Township. .......
Worthlngtoa, Tows of. ...
WorthlnicoD School Put. .
weetorvius, tows oi.....
Harriebarih, Town of . . .
Olty of Oolnmoni
l SX 14
14 3X 14
Vow smut 'TjMTf.
O a m
o e a
the Yoor 1061,
Y.- Tencscoo for,
Ars doe soa rsqulrsd to b Bald In pursusnos of hs sctpssssd April 8d,18S9, to provide for the seml asnusl col
Bee. 1. That eseh aerson ehsrged with Uses on a lax duplicate la ths hudi ef s Oonnty Trsuurer, insy.. at his
SI toH I faMBlef sink tas oa or Sofora the twenMelh 4sy of December, or one-bilf thereof on or
Mora UwtEZ I Lumber, aad tbe rsmalnlnt half Shorsjl oa or before the twentieth day of June next
onealnf ; provided, however, tlut all road taxes so surgea ""' , w.nciu u.j m vesemoer,
"TKLT l..r.l- .. .femiiJ 'rhareed arslast sarsatryad a lex dupllcAte In (he hind, of
Onubf TresMiwVaall not be aM oa or before the twentieth day of Deeenbsr next after ths seme thill have
bn c WdTr wT rVnilnd. of each taxes shall act be psld en er before th twentieth di, of June next
therwefter. tbe Oonnty Treuurer shall proeeea loooueot w - nr '"
n.ihi h. imm b.dia with a DenBlt ef Bv per eeotBm QD uf smooni oi lazes eo geiinqueni, sna 1 n ,u oirne
r. - - i .... ah.,, mj h m n.M m the ftw.ntlpth nt flMamlwi
Dir. ku.n ftai r on m.nr iuh . oiuwr imm , ., ... ' -
the whole amount of
inA h.ll ha mlinatad
Colo, sad Ohio Specie rayinf nans rspev win
Uxee, other thaa oa real eetate, for the current year, so chsried shall be doe and dellntuent,
I la the nunner and with the penalty la this sectloa. ,j "' ' ' .
MUPaTln Bank Psoer will bersqolred at tbe Treuurer'sOfflos la psjmentof taxes. ' I
JOHN G. THOMPSON,
Columbus, October 12, 1861. Treasurer of Franklin County.
Columbus, October 12, 1861. Treasurer of Franklin County. [Crisis and Westhote copy.]
Wa. W.BIchaids, Qda
Sheriff 's Sale.
TlV ill In. ,r ta.JaKl
1 OMtiwI " Plana ef Bw-kil. oeU,Ohlo,
noo Pleas, j
ta aiedlraated, freU
X wl II offer for sale as the eVoee of tbst tlssuA stusjae,
theeily et Ooleaatoaa, . ...
On Saturday, November 16tb, A. D. leSI,
at 1 o'clock, P.. Vt the tollowhn dsssribed rsa) estote,
ts Wlu 1
Lots three (S), twenty-three (t3), nlneteed (19), arty.
nt mA rssi. ia in town si Bocae, rial-
rle townihlp, In the eounty ef Vranklin, and SSjUof
Ohio. Also, 40 acres, mors or less, which said Sscob
flodt bought of John w. BAker.
Appraisea at ui e. a, "J
- tt3,!v-S ... '
, .' " . " 10, 250 00 r .
SI, ' SO 00 '
' ' ' " 1 '.'5, '' seee
- ''-v. - - f i 40 seres at - sees per acre.
- Q. V. BUIIHAH. BherlSl.
....', By la. Davis, Hop nty.
Printer'sfees t 00.
Sheriff i Sale. " "
W. Carpenter Jt Bre.) I
: -vs. ' i ' v 'relaware Common Pleas.
. 0. Knspp sY CO. ) ' ' 1
V1KTPB OF A WBIT OF FI.FA
la the shove eaas, aad eaewtw atase wtlss, as
llbnaO. Baaa va. J. . Kjaaa Ce-,Sa
bm dlfewM from tbe Ooatt of rjaawsnaa Pleea of Deaawara
eonntv. Ohio. I will offer for sale at the store room No,
10 Bast Broad street, Bnctaye Bleak, la U etty er . uo-
iBjtbos. sale eonuneaelni sat-. i ii I
Monday, the 14th day of Oct., A. P. IBGl.
at 9 o'clock a. ., a naa aaortaMat of dry feeds and
notions, two stores, on sup leader, awe seta saunenx
acaiee, one deek, one eight eav etoca, tu,, ato. . i I
rrinter's ares .i xa.
,. -. ). W. BtTfTHAH. Sherlf, ;
Sy la. DAVia, Seyasr,
w. a. Jtnrr, Anctloneer,
I . Sheriff's Sal.;
. Order af sals at attsehnsni
J, 0. Knap Ca.
dlreeted trees tba Baparter Ooart ot shrank-
lin county. Ohio, la tbe above ease, and another ess.
T V, V1BTCE4SF AN OBDER OF AtE
JL ts aaa
Butterneld, aaelfnes of Defereet, Arm.
strong st co., St plaintiffs, vs. . ,
defendants, I will offer for sals at tbs a to ia-room, sad
. Ksapp A Co., an
after to execution! ar eatMed aa described ta tbe
sbov advarttsement, th raaalnlng portion of Ski
look of foods: saw eoawesotsg oa
Friday, th 18.h day or October, A. D, 18C ,
at S o'clock, A. H. ... . , .
Printer s free, S3 SO,
t (J. tf. HTTPFK AS, Sheriff,
; ' By la. Davis, Depaty,
acted td, ,
HBADLEY & EBKRLT
. . i
HAVE REltlOVED TO THEIR RE
Koi. 250 And 252 South Hirh Street,
and bars seeodsted with thensslves WU. IIOBABDS,
under th first f f
Headlej, Eberlj & Richards,
Pornlng ons of lbs largest Dry .floods Bouses In ts
WOW. , . . ' -
This Hoses is coaatanthr
each as , ... , ....
NEW STYLES OF DRESS GOODS,--
' IRISH SILK aVd WOOL POPtlNS,
PLAIN AND PICTURED itEPP GOODS
t PLAIN. AND fANOT SILKS. ( ' I i
IbsMswestudNsatsststyles. . , ,
Hamilton, Manchester and Pacific
..- il .1 i. .1
the Gl( fA bi fotui4ai, ';.
TIEADLCT,. EBEbU.V RICHARDS. :
.Balmoral Skirts, i
HEADLET, EBERLV k' RICHARDS..
IT "f h AinOX i' i' U
ZEPHYR w6teTm.?, Jn , n:
. ;GLOVKtv HOSIERT; V,
IheHeweet BlvUi.loit Motived, and also
Otde;, by . ,, ; i, . -i hm
HEADLEY, E6ERLT i RICflARba.
f . . . r i i ( - K i it " ' -"-
...... .. .1 i -.in V l' an-A ri'd u
. i. . . Ainu r- m
I . y" "'- r . . . . , ,
t; U t j - Jfm1 treans tT tJlftlPnl
9 A haws T jmjaf JB At tOAinv,
CBINTZ.M krOHIOTI0, " ' V',.
' BlttttlfAb PllttTi, ' " BOO 1X1171 . l il
4I.coiroit cbah ad oakpii wam.
. , -s . a ansaesav Ire a
Tha nrni.ie? tri a jWted tb Cash syatus la the ptirJ
ehseeana eai oi oou, Bra onaoive w eu iron I la np
peroral, lessuua suMraoases naasrinasrsdltsystsss.
i5o a; psjsooih' pit?ed:;:.5
ceiBhaiA ryiif.. '
, I, Il tl.U--
. BANOf PR?B S!l.RBb !VT i TS
St new emtrlnr ear ImowaM etock af tuct r eat
prwS rees Uia sret belor . .red la tl o r.
tiuatwotloa f the b4i.s Oft. ie)'r"4 t "rh
eollelted. a ar stoek le Vary " r.-vy:. - lu,U
useoianas 0. Militia ait T. Uiutia.)
- . .. ... QgTAHASTavOsnsaAL's OfriCB,
Oolnnbui.Oct. J, 1M1. )
T?B01S AND AFTEH Tnie DATE, NO
hp thwBtae ef Obis to sl
raeprent of their
disas ass. yartew. tab
AH UO Jbr brmtfOrUHon win hereafter be Milled
sod paid bp the IiiIiSiiS ftiiailn usatas, U. B. A., at
Ko. 80, State HoeeeColnmbus, Ohio., . , .,. I
' i .-. io. b. wRioHt,
"Assistant Qasrtermaeter General
119 SODIH ' HIGH STBEET
!.. in OPEN AGAIN.
i hi r .1... ,
-tATB OP oiaciawATf,
la asr reach lag n tmrno aad desirable- stash- efj
Fall and Water: Dress Goods!
WBJ0BB will ssllet Brie that will anahl htm ta re
tala th reputation the atead already enjoys of being th
af tb Olty. Hash af th Stock- wu bought for Cash
before th 1st sxtraordlasry advance, sod all ea be
tE3 THAU CURRENT PRICES.
HOOP skirts r;
1 iLadlen. Mlrwow nnd Children,
of tba very beat qaallty and make. I corllally Invite
uwenguuMnei in nooee. ana everabod elie. to
cauaaa aanun ny siooas oetor parcbaelng eliewbere,
IW BOUIH BIOS BTMBt,
isa i i in i i ii 11 " w
V' . lELr JrlADE MEN .
W Ashing toa, Prank Ila and Jaokaoa rot to great dli
tlaUsa by their ewa nerlts. Jamce Pyle Is also attain
lag great dlitlnotton by tbsasrlt of bis anrtvallsd Pi.
etetlo SjalerstBs. lu sales ar snormoas. Depot, 345
WssUntioa street. Sew Tor. ; Bold by grocers every
JAJTNE'S AGUE MIXTURE. I '
Is an Dfalllbl rssatdy for Perer and Agns. Tb ex
psrieoc f saany vears, B elssost every climate, proves
tnat Where e4 ia strict aceordsaos with th dlrsctloas,
bu rarely Viled to core, not only by breaking tbe
chills, bat by removing the morbid habit of ths syiten,
preventing the recurrence ( thediseass. '
TIT IS ARO ASCI, thoagh not In Itself dsonrons.
spt, anises speedily Woved, to bavs such apsm
etoaa sffest ea th sysbne, ss ta engender disorders much
ore baneful than Itself, and whieb not only render tbe
sfur-tlf f tb patient miserable, bat are In themselves
often fatal. A prompt and sffectoal remedy is iherefors
hat is wanted, and as each Da, D.,Jts's Aoos Mix
toss I eovfldeatlj' reoomniendtd. for sals by Aleiirs.
Boassna At lASmtt, Colnmbm, and by agents very
wnr- r . X , : . S,.
EOT LOST, , BOW RZ8I0SRD,
Jut Pabllabed la a Bwaled Bnvelops; Prlc Bets-f '
tKOTVBI ON TBI BATT7K1, TRtATMIHf AMD
ADICAL CUM OP BPBKslAIOBEUBA Or Seminal
Woaknoaa. larolnnurv Xaaelens, Sexual DeMllty, and
Imped lawn U I htaerla reaerallly, Nfrvenenees, Cop
snmpUoa, Bpllepey and Pits, Mental aad Physical In
capacity, reaalUng from Belf-abs, At. By Jtobert J.
OalvwrweU. at..,anthf d UwClneaBook.sta.i, I
A Beeai te Theue ef Bnf frre,
Beat ander seal, la a plain envelope, to any addrees,
post paid, ea rewelpt ot two stamps, by Dr. OUAB,
J.O. K LIS B, 17 Bowery, New loik, Poet Office Bos
Me 4.5b. . . ep7:3adA :
Peraene ef fnll knhlta, Whsresibjot u
Ceetiweaeee, Eeadcfa,)ddlaess, Srowrloess aad sloe
login tbs ears, arising fret loo great a flow ef blood to
the bead, ahonld never b wiihoat Brandreth's Pills, and
saaap highly aara srnptoms will hs ytmovwA by
their immedists a. I .o., ih
Th Boa. J. Bant, of Wsstchittar wnit'.''.T.i
svaotr-flve years f sg, ass need Btaadrwth' Puts fcf
twwatjr Bv years as bis sole aMdleto. . Wbea be fbel
Indisposed, hs rt fma Cold, Bheaastlsm, Ajthma, Head
ache, Billons AJfsslisoa, OtnUvaa or Irritatl, th
hldasys av bladder, he does aethiag bat take a few ebssa
f Brandreta's puis. . -' ' '
Bis aaaai method li to take six pills, aad sadas th
hi, a piu. Xa rrery attack of sickness
aeaaj.Bv years, fhlsslmpb) method hu never Billed
rewtorsbin to health.- sad frw men are to be foaAd so
MdMaJWAlUt. ,v u . . . .,,1.-1
v . , j f ., ,"..'
Bold bv Joas B. Co. IrUTlt. 41olambis.a4tiv
siirepuu.aMfSlamai4MS.; .i , ,i '
1 w.-J.o. IIS " ' 4
, 1 ie 4 '
Ths follow u?;j u txtraet rroa
at i . . . u.Li ' . '
letter written by th Bv. t. I. Holme, pester at (he
PleennlBlSOfeSBaftaS Chhren, Brooklyn, BT. T.,t
mtt Bfeawnf er," Clodanatl, 0., aad speaks
reraaMe l hmr eT BuU wld-jiuwaed saedlelM, ktss.
Wansww's eanMeaeT ra Cattaaan Tasraisw ..
-Woo Mvwetwnea Is pwar solnmns of kfu
Wwrnaew'1 hmw Svnov.- Mow w aevr eld s word
fvr a nam meillatee hetrta r II. kHr(
aomnt'M le ey I yw loaders thai tba is a bsa
" nmrm rr te n au
ovuauk It H pratably af tn mMt steaefal saedt
mm U 0 Sat. k.esas atts tb bee. Aod tbe
yowr rmon wb have ban is seat hwtesr tbaa
WIIOLESALE LIQUOR STORE.
-lacellh nccircroo .
6ld: Ilyiey Monongahelif 'A lB(Airbon
WAltpHOUSK AND OfFIOI. SS4 SOUTfl ITlaH IT.,
, ; r ' COlUUBUg, 0H10-vJ
-.... 1. ', I W IN t
Untied Slate Expreae Ce,, fcrepre.
... . -
Via Kew York' & Eric Bailroad,
. ,, .',"' ' I-" i.--'"
And all other Roads Leading Vest
. and Southwest1';
,1 ., ,, - 'I 0 .1
" . ' re
Chartered Cars over most Beads on Passsngsr Trains.
I a. t. Kitianr, Ag'r,
. j m Broadway, Jf.T. , y Itate t Bwlea.
war. it. 1-Enai, Buptrlntenaenl, Banal.
.... II. B ITCH ii HONt Agfesstse
8T Weat Hread Btreet,
, Ji C roLTjmBOslf'OBio.
sepi3 ' r . i i' i-
.... Q., , T i, e . v.
HAS 3TCST RECEIVED, AND WILL,
be in dsily receipt, by Bxenes, of
FKESH CAN &' EEQ OYSTZBS,
Pr.-TB baltlmae ead Pair Hb. '
Call at Wa4e0yaieaa4PMltAleAriBkal Bl Bast
0tVtV bHs) i ; ; 'b .i
NEW COAL YAHD.
TnfS ONDKB9IOIB1 KBTBBB1 CPJ
SIANfLY on hand and fir ule, tb best qaallty af
rrAnTrrtTrt m-r mv . v
which he will tell at tt loweil market prices.
Call and emnloe my Cos! balers parcbaelng sls-
Ofllc at th itor of Bradford, Bsjdass At Co., head
of Canal. . , . . , , . , ,rr-
sspm V- AM-
No. SSO SkmtH Hliti etrwt. Thre
kMiaux ot At ton.
. . 'jrs
HAB jmt received a eoote stock, of f Alt ABD
WIMTEB tttiOOS, saliaSle for nnllemcn's wear.
Oaetomcrs will hire their ordos) oestly and substantial
ly executed at ths loweet rate,. ' " '
ee.!fS . t .. I, if. manna
(Uli of Phsloa's EstabUihnsnt, M. T.J
Pa.hion.ble shaving, JIair OntUsf P Bhsmpwonlog,
Onrllng and Dreaelng biklooa, , ' - . y ; v
Bouth Illh St., pTBirBsviix'n Store.
wherw aallamctlon WIU be lin la kll tbe vsriaaa
Ladle' and Children's Hatr JrenlBr cTon tn the beat
t)ie. , i p o;i 'IJj
sepHJIy ,, , vrni' tK.
. '- OOLTJMBTJO 'm'J
The 'Beat Bi-(lfkrlal: -Ileln tn
Human highs ever Invcntwel.
PRACTICAL SCIEHTlFICf OPTICIAN.
REEFS -THE' t.AfUJCST' ASSOBT
meotof th most hnproeed kinds ' ol Boeclactea.
Alt his Plasms, w nether for 'nej or fkr-tlghud, ar
ground In eoneav convex form with th greatest sue,
to ae to snlt In Byse of all eaeee, earing Tfeeknees
Uutaineaa or Inflammation or lb Byes, an haasitlna
strength for loig reading or fine sawing,! n .
umce. u nan rtate sureei, st aeltsr.t. wseatsr'S
kloile Store. " - . , ... ,.
augi-dlv t , t" ,.. ' ; ii fcw.reii
Wboleaatle mma Bteta.ll Dealer lai
TOBACCO;. SNUFF &rdGlBS
No, Wi yifth BtTWsst,-"
Keep enatmntlr n hand jan tha tn
riwn BKANua el;,V
ava - iu . ,
Baltimore. Clothing House.
UIDQO cto , t TXTmUJUt
i i i ., i .
HorAOTnaii aa wsoubaju haum jm:
. . No.'SOTJaKprtystn
. , .'aerwani usaaWia aowAB,)'kk
.i i . .
Auortauct of Piees aai rvatsktnr
eeoda ConstutUy bb HAM,
...'J ikjitkJ ev r
i (SUC0BB8OB TO lIcKBt KKTtTiTJT
,- . , .,1.. ,1 j.i. i -
No. 100, Sotrth -igt),
Foreign' and ; DoifieBtieAhfifa;
... -I ( iV'.'i ,r.iJRH fi x lv
8TORACE & CO
II 1 ' .T.Tr?
, , f.Ae.
rim hi 1
E'AOIE BRASS W:ORlTpj
v GeraeiBprlaiB; WatoVstM
neKer'in' is e-w w v--rr t
tt. .., H,.a JL,. ftrm
' v1 1 It. . 'i f n ' ' "
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