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VOL. VIII. NO. 110. NEW
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0 AILY, TEI-WEEUi Y AED WEEKLY
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Daily !- - '' 8 00 per year
" By the Carrier, per week, 2U eenti.
r rl -Weekly j .. . ; y. 00 per year.
Weekly, - 1 00 '
crmi of Advertising; by tbe Square.
n square I yeai...a!!0 00
One square 3 weeki. ,$i 00
One " tweeki.. 3 00
Ona ' 1 week... 1 75
One 3 Aft... 1 00
One 8 days... 7J
One " 1 Insertion 50
On " , moblht 18 00
Duo . " 0 month! 15 00
5ne " 3 months 10 00
One " it monthi H Oil
Due ' 1 month. S 00
Displayed advertisements half more then the above
Advertisements leaded end plnced to the oolomnol
8necial Notioea," double tht ordinary ratee.
All notices requlreo to be published by law, legal ratee
If ordered on the inside exclusively after the flratweek
per cent, more than the above ratea; but all inch wll
appear In the Tri-Weekly wlthonteharge.
business Cards, not exceeding five lines, per year, In
si Ie, AO per line ; outaide t'l.
Notioes of mee tings, charitable oeletles, Are oompantef
ac, hair price.
All transient adveHUementt mult bt paid for in
nlmtnct The rule will not I varied from.
Weekly, tame price aa the Daily, where the advertiser
smiths Weekly alone. Where fhe Dally and Weekly
are both sued, then the charge let the Weekly will be
half the ratea of the Dally
No advertleement taken except for definite period.
F. A. B. SIIKQ9,
Attorney t Xaci-ce
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Anitas Building, opposite Capitol Square.
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
Machine Manufacturing Company
ffaNOrAOTUUM o .
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Catting!, Hill -Gearing, Haeblnery.
or ivnr Diaoairnoii. 1
0HAB. AMB08, Bup'l. P. AMBOB, Treat,
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
Connecting at CrettUne with the PirTSBUBOH, FT.
WAYNB CDIOAQO RAILBOAD
For ritttburgh, Philadelphia and BaUimor. Alio
for Fort Wayne and Chicago.
Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKE 8II0B1 BAIL-
For Dunkirk) niiffale), Albany, Jloa-ton,
and New York.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY, . . . .
From Columbui, in connection with Trains on the :
"LITTI-F, miAini A Nil COLUMBUS
AND XtiniA ItAILiROAUS.
NIQllT EXPBBS8. Leave! Colnmbni at 3.40 A. M ;
will leave paaaengera at all station! eonth of Oallun,
atop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington and Gil'ad, and
at all station! north of Oallon, arriving at Cleveland
atO OoA. M., Dunkirk 3:00 p. M . BuOalo 4 S3 P. M.
Albany 3.80 A. M., Naw Vork 8:35 A. M., Boston 8:30
P. M , Pittsburgh via Oreatllne 3:50 P. 11 , Phlladet
hUJ:10 A. At. Chicago vU Oreatllne at 7tK) P. M.
NKW TORE EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 11:10
a. m. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Cardlngton, Oallon Crestline, 8hel
bj.New London, Wellingtoa and Qrafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:33 p. m.j Dunkirk, 8:J0 p. m. Buf
falo, 10:25 p. m ! Albany, ct:45 a. m.; New Yoik, 1:45
p.m.; Iketon, 4:40 p. m. This Train eonnects at Shel
by for Baud uky, and at Clarion for Toledo, arriving at
Toledo at 6:40 p.m. ...
, THIRD TRAIN. 1 '
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leaves OolumbuS
ttl.30 p. m. Will stop at all stations Bouth of
Bhelby, and at New J-ondon, Wellington, flraftoa,
and Bereaf arriving at Cleveland at f:'M p. n I Dun
Irk, :uua. m.; Buffalo, H:S!0a. m.; Albany, SO p
NewVork-, 7a0 p. m. ! Boston, 11:45 p m. Pittsburgh,
no urouino,ei ii:Mp.m.: I'Dilatieipbla. 1:00 p
Chicago, eta CrMtline, 6:45 a m. This Train connect!
at ehtlby for Sandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
liai p. m. " -
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all
Eight Trains to Chicago, Hew
. York and Boston. :
Baggage Checked Through to Hew Tori and Bolton
eta utnuana: uuo, to rhUadelphiaani
Haw York via OntUint.
Nleht Kxnresa arrive! atfJnlnmhna at. ..IMS P. If.'
Ciucinnatl kxpreaa arrives at Columbus at 10:10 A, M.
Aocommodatlon Bxpreaa arrives at Columbus at 7:50
x. at. ...... . . ,
tiara aa A.w by any other Rente
Aek for Tiehtttia Outline or Cleveland.
Euperlntendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
jAMlfS PATTERSON, Agent,
.' . - . Columbus, Ohio.
Columbus, June 17, 1P01. ,'
- - " Just Beeelvedl
IFF. OH CREEK and BLACK
TsKASJ IOO bags prime Rio Oonee.
1 SO pockets old Dutch Government Java Coffee,
H A haca Oevlon Coffee.
81)" bula. standard Whits Sugars, consisting of Pow-
dred, Ohrushed, Urannlated a and B Coffee.
60 qulnlsls Oeorge Bank Oodflah. ', ll
aObbU. Mess and No. 1 Mackerel.
A tee. Pick Bslmon.
I0O hx. Layer Kaiaina. v - y
fiO hf- box do. do ' "- 4 -
lOOqr. box do do
IOO M Cigars, different brands and grades.
noV7 Wat. MofiONAU).
M. C. LI I. LEY
And lank-Book Kanvxtanturer,5
K0RTH HIGH W03Xi COLDMUI, OHIO
Red, .White and Sine'
MM SliOUll 9f
Just opened by
' BAIN a SON.
.Ke.SStostb niga street
WKW HOOF SKIBT. 0r
UsCaLJM .CO. UUiM.t
No, W, BOOTH HIQU 8TMIT. r:
Have last received a new make ef HOOP SHUTS
i a manner tar superior to any yet Introduced
M .j,. .. 1 ! 't ' r '
Tiiin Atjtt ftv ivn nn ip.p.nrr.NERfl
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIOMT'
'' ' t r jL
ine'IatettTlia larceat-TliB Beat
The Cheapest Becarut tht Beat,
A aJ. 1
Tb jrioet Beliaki Standard Au
tharlty of tbe EnirlUb Iang;naf e."
. . Sle Hundred Emlntnt Educator i of OMa,
"TU9 mt tSQLVSU
trary Men Everywhere',
"Heie are upwards of a Hundred Thousand WorJa,
whose multjfsrious meanings aod dsrwatiens, totntlwr
wun met, correct spelling, and pronuneiauon are clearly
Mt before the eye.''
,, .., .s . ,, ,.-
Bead the Beeltiont of the Mtmbtn of the Ohio Sidle
The understated, members of the Ohio State Teachers'
Association, adorn and aim to use In teaching, writing
and speaking, the orthography and pronnociatloa of
Worcester's Koval Ouarto Dictionary, and we most cor-
dlaliy recommend tt as the most reliable standard aa-
tuority of the Ins. lib. lansusse. as it is now written and
Poken , ., ., , . yr . - -
Losik Asntrws, President Kenyon College.
M. D, Laaorrr, Buperintendent Zanesville Schools.
Tnos. W. lUavrr. Bup't Mauilon Union Schools.
M. F. Oowoaav, Bup't Puhllo Schools, Baoilusky y. .,
John Lvncn, aup't Public Schools, Olrclevillei
S. N. SaxroRD, Principal Cleveland Female Bcmlna-
wk. MiTCHn.L, Bup't Public Schools, Mt. Union.
John Oodsh. PrinclDal State Normal School, Minne
Grans Niaoti. Prfnnlnal Wnnrth Intermediate School.
H. 8. Mtt, Bup't Canton Union Bchonli.
Xnwia iiual, rrtnclpal licNeely Normal School.
Iu T. lun, Prof. Msihfmat.cs, Ohio University.
Wh. W. KDWaaos, Bup't Troy Union School.;
A. a. Dorims. Principal West Illgh School, Cleve
B. A. Noxton, AssociaU Principal nigh School, O leve-
Taxonoti BTiat-uia, Principal High school, oieve
R. r. IIctiiSTOH. Princ net Dleveiand InstitutS.
J. A. OaaruLo, President of Klectlo Institute, Hi
W. L. IliRais. Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Weslevan
n. H. Biaxir, Bx Cemmluloner of Common Schools,
Ohio. - - , . . t, -.
Jitfes Monaott, Prof. Rhetorle, Oberlln College.
Tboii. II II.!.. PrMlrlent Antlnrh flollefffl.
0. W, II. OATBcaax, Prof. Mathematics, High
S. O. CarjnainoH. Prof. Language, niih BohooL
B. M. Biaiia, Bup't Union Schools, Ashland
hare than Sim Hundred other Pretident of Oo!U-
get, Profeetore, Authore and Dutinguiehed JCducar
tore, have endoreed the above eentiment.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Hahhtta OoLLioa ''It Is truly a magnificent vork,
an honor to the author, tbe publishers, snd the whole
sountry." r resident Andrews
Onto WEauraa UmvaxiiTV.-'' It exceeds my expecta
tions. It will be my auide In orthography and pronun
eiauon, ana will oiten Be eonsuuea oy me ror lie
and accurate definitions." President Thompson.
W . R, In.seno Cotxaos. "netnfTS w haveised
Webster's orthography. At a 'fasent meeting of our
Faculty, It waa decided to change it to conform to that
of Worcester's Hoyal Quarto Dictionary." President
WssTtaa Bnsavi Cousin. "X And It worthy of
cordial approbation.' President Hitchcock,
OasBLm CoLLtom. fit more than meets my expecta
lions. I recommend It as the standard authority Id
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." President
Armors Cou.ua. l adont and aim to sue la taaoh
tng, writingaad aiieaklnf.uhe orthography and prenan-
ctuon of Worcester's a oral quarto vicuonary.
hn all mv writing, sneaktnr.and teaching, I have en
deaVered to conform to the rules for orthography and
proounckttion as contained la Worcester's Dictionary
Horace Mann, late President. V
KurroN OoLLzan. Oimn.-'I most cordially recom
mond Has the most reliable standsrd authority of the
nallah Unmi.. ll la nnw wrllian and ITMken."
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OP, OHIO.
From Rev. Anton Smyth, Oommietioner ofXbmmo
I SchooU in Ohio.
"The Dictionary Is an Imperishable monument to tbe
learning and Industry of lis author, sad an hor to tb
world of letters. The mechanical execution Is far aupe
Irlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted." . . . I -.lA
From Hon. U. U. Barney, m-vommttnonm or
HcaooU fst VUO.
"The most reliable standard authority oClie kn-
, what tnta -j
Lieadins Newtvpaperei of Ohio Bay.
From the Cleveland Herald of Uartk S8. )
Tha nrthnmnhv of the Worosster Dictionary Mfihsr
sed by most, It not all. authors ol distinction In thi
country and Bngland, and conforms to the general Usage
of ordinary writers snd speakers.
Whatever p reindicts may nave existed previously,
careful study of this volume wlU Invariably be Mowed
bt a warm anoreciation or rtv great mania, ana a ami'
to add It to the well selected library, be it large or small
It la a library In Itself, and will remsta a Impeiisha.
ble record of the learning or its compiler. , r
From tht Cincinnati Commercial of AitrM 20. r
Tr aM Hnnrf, at a hundred thousand wonls rrood
bad and Indifferent whose mwltifarlous aeanincs and
derivations, together with their correct spelling apd pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work
(questionably the greatest Thesaurus or Jingiisn worus
rar published. , . t .
From tht Cleveland PlaindeaUr of Sept. W, 1HC0,
Cvldentlv Wnacxvnra's Rovat QtrstTO DiorfoNT
nn imlv lAa lati. but the aasr vork of tht kind ever if
rued, andean by no possibility sutler by comparison
controversy. ' ., I ,
From tht Toledo Had e,JW.
A to ntoaonaaTiox, WosKanmra m Ta ST)roaa
followed by our beat aatnora; la denxtuoas n navta
nothing to be desired, and In uaTneasurnr it is sumonui
to say tm W oacarrxa caa oe ssiriy miwwea.
Pnbljehere, nookiellf re it Statlenere,
NOlOl BUPBRI0H BT.,)LBVtLAND, OHIO.
THE MUTUAL - BENEFIT
-KTo-ot earls., INT. J.
DlTlden January: l 180J 1 45 Par Cent.
ASBITS A -i h ' 58K5M
, Htm f.mpi t Tat 1,1, at rw s Ifirtl.'. i.
Balance, per sUtement Jan. 1st,' 186D 3,4O0,533
Keoeltea tor premiums or' . . i ; .1
Ing the ear lot(l....-..u.76J,B5J r ,-, -'
Received lor Interest . darinj v - i4..t.i
the year 1SI. si4,eiaanj;,.
Total reeetnts for lwd.'il'.S9f707 H' Zl
nld Claims by Dealb,SC750 00 , . , ".'., i'y.,,:
Paid Polwiea surren-- . - t; j .-im
dered 1i,n xu
Paid Balartesv Post- ' - ' '
; r :.T-
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Fald CowmlssWirq toi , - " . ,
. Agsnts.a... ai,.r.'o ju
Paid Phyaiclans' feeit5,Wi 75
Paid Annuities. 1.517 00
Paid Dividends dur-' .7 .ei"" tl 1 V i rc-i
Of the iear..,,,,Iup,av 73 5Go,0l U.rJ 11US
Nat BaUaod .lanuary tett lHJli
! : t .tt'-.H s'.Lfft ASSITS."
Cssh 0 hSod.ViH tJ.J..V.r nnswu ioi ;i.. . u,
Bonds and Mortgai on Real ,r,a o'
jisuho, worm UOUDI WB r 1 e-rf
amount loanad r aiV - ' ' ' r'
tremtnaa Notes, on PsHnhsl -j U-.n''V'
In force, only drawing .peg ;.-,7 ' t sr-s:v; t-ra
a lta. a. rSrstn .
Real letaa.'..4.rfA'rV...-.H ' on soi ir n"
atauis uiwmvtftMt.a.t ljwwi 17 . a,ia.j t-..
LoansaroSonpu'.iv.njAtTii sKfi rj'.!!i3. I
Premiuau.NeteiandOtiskHisit)K- r..ca ti uitoJi
, course 01 irauamianou.... V3
T6T5PoHclee In foros, uWwr"ivMA424.628
1,438 new Policies hsve been Issued daring the year.,..
"S 11 .llr
After a careful salculatlon of lbs present valaaef
... ll U. 1 tK. II.-.. . . J I 1
oaiawiuiurj auuvivavi m- vvwinnf , Niu ua.ing
tseosssfarir wrisoswt lo reserve thsrefor, the Directors
bars declared s Divimrd of 41 per sent, en the Prat
em paid at the table rates, to sll policies for Ills In
Issued prior to January I, Ib60, payable aooordlng to
present rulaof the Cempaay--
statea ror at I ginns o s,iiv vonuuswocieav rrvspect-
uses. Stateasota and , Applkatlooa, will be fwrntaheeV
wiraoDTjciiiieaj at the umoe oj Aenoig oi te A)sa
lilJj''a." uJLi-h- C.fliWVB,'VkiPsWsldat,ti.Tt
MM. Oa MILL K, Pecrelary. ,
.r. a, pecretary. . , , , i, , ti
7H. BKMOVIfJgent, ,
in ru tui, Mei 4 luhnson Blook,
. a at aM
STClWlWk,,r, lrv Oi
; 'aM i1 I'
T ' T
y a. a UT Mwsn vinrunti a, v i t.
If m. m m ,v iww aavaa "
. DttJei SILiS, of rrv grades Xbe msM-setset
aaaonmsavl ip VM sat,, ana at asest saswMba taw.
,. ,..! a. a j. mi .. pi aAlsj aeosti
sprtlS ' ,,, ,etr (t - Re. M SsasU asrsauee
their cure must prore rf JirirriruH
4 compoynJ reirtedy, dcsignccl to be the most
ffoctuul, AlleroU that can be made. Jt U
ji connMMv retract 01 raw Tsarsnnqimn,
combmod- wita ,othcr euD,ances fci '.
ltcatcr alterative power as to afford on e H'cc-
uve antidote for the diseases BnrsaiTOtiim
reputed to cure. It u bclicycuOiut.fiucli n
remedy is wanted by those, who .sudor., from
trumoua comnluiitts. and that one lvhiril nil!
service to this lorce class of onr afflicted ft lloti
citizens. How completely this compouud will
do it hei, been proven by experiment on mniiy
of the worst eases to be found of the followiii"
" . tl rt 1
ilatrrtOas and Euurrivn Disrisus, 1,'ieitiis,1
JllMI'I.KS, libOTCIIRS, TuMonu, Salt KlICl'M,
Hcai.d HSad, Svpiriiti and Svrinr.irio Ar-
rncTiOrikvJlXUOUHiALDisnAsr,, Diiopsy, Is j-u-itAi.ou
oit.Tia Douloureux, Dkhimty, Dv:i-
PI'.pmA Attn lNmriTivTio, isnTsrrni.A11o.sr.
oil St. ANTiioyv'sFini?, nud indeed thft.holc
class of complaints arising Xcart Xrvuitv or
tub lli.oon. '
Tlits compound will tm-jfjuiul n ereat ln o-
jrioter of health, whcrt tulteh In the Bnring, to
exoet mo low. liuraorg vviuun iuu;r in tnu
blood at that season of the Year. l!y the tiin
ly expulsion of them many raiikliiig disorder
aro nipped in. tno. D.ua.-imitiuiui.'i can, uy
the aid of this .remedy, spare tlicmsulvoa from
the endurance, ef foul eruptioni and ulcerous
sores, through which the nvstuin will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, it not nssistca to iio
tllie tltiouRh the iinturnl tlujnticl.s of tlio body
by nn nUertrtiTO medicine. Clennso out tho
vitiated blood wlicnevor yon find iu impurities
burstiii2 through the Kktn m i)iiniIe9, ci uiitiiiin,
or eorcs; cleanse it when you iintl it is ob-
etructcd and sluggish in tho veins ; dam -o it
wliencvcr it is foul, and your fcelmini will tell
you wiion. I jven vYiiercnopuriiciiiiir uivoritur
. . V, . , .i. :. ,
is fult, people enjoy better health, and livo
longer, for cleansing tho. blond. . Keep , tho
blood healthy,-and oil w well ; but with this
pabulum of life disordered, there can to no
lasting health. Sooner - or later something
must co wrong, and tho great machinery of
lilo is uisordcreu or overthrown
Sarsapnrilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. Itut
tho world has.'liocii cgregiottsly deceived by
preparations of it, partly because tho drug
olono has not all the virtue that is claimed
for If, but more bccAuse many preparation,
pretending to bo concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sars:iparilla,
of nny thing else,
Din ing Into years the pulilie liave Decn mis
led bv larco bottles, pretending to give a (itiart
of Kxtract of Snrsanarillii for ouo dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not , only contain little, it any, barapa.
rit ,i. lint nttin no curative nronerttes vrnaicv
er, Jli neo, bitter nna pnmtui uiseppoininicni
1ms followed the use of the various extracts cf
Sarnuptuilln which flood the market, umd the
name itself i justly tlcsniwd, mtd has become
B)Tl0n)Tnous Willi imposition mm ciilih. oiui
wt call this compound Sargaparilla, and inUnd
to Htiptily such n remedy as shall rescuo the
nmuo IVom tha load of obloquy which icsfci
iinonit. Aud wo Uiiukwo havo, ground to
lic-iicvui'' it lias virtue wineil aro irresisiiiiio
bv the ordinary run of tho diseases it is inti nd
ad to cure.: In order to socuro their compJt to
erailicalioit from tho system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
i niCPAnno dv
DR. J. C. AVER & CO.
Price. SI per Bottle i Slxllotlles for $
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for 1tslfvnoh a ronowrt for tho cure of
every varichr of Throat and l.ttng Ciinnl:iint, that
it ii 'cntlrelr unnecessary for us ti rccotint the
evidence of Its virtue i. wherever it ho Leon cut.
moved. As it has lona been in constant tibo
thruiK'hniit this sectlou, we need not do nmro than
assure the people its quality is kept up to Hie ucst
it ever has been, and iitut it may ne reiicti on ic
do fur their relief all it has ever been fuund to do
'Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB, TOE CU1LC OV
Costi'rcucti. Jaundice. Diispcmitt, LuHmtlon,
Disentcnj, Voul Stmitne. liriflupcLti, IhntUr.hc,
Piles, Iifiewnahm, Eruptions anil St iu Diseases,
Liver (TntoJilniu'. J1rmii. Telle); Tumors vwl
Sak'-tlhriim, irci?, Goiif, Xeii'nlia, in a
Dinner Pill, rajirff-' Piirifn'mij tho tlloml. '
Tlirtf ni-n aiurnrlf-nntnil. an flint tllO nid.t SPttt-
jlvrj can, ttkiRlhotvlilrminntly, nnd they ore the
liost apenrnt iirsthe world for all the purposes ct a
rumiiy pnysie. - '
Prico 25 cents per Box ; TivS toxs for !tl.03.
Orcnt nuinlirrsof Clacyiiicn, riivsii'ii.ns, States
men, and etmiiprit rwiwrnnpra, nnvc irnt tii'ir
unmos to certify the untiarulWled iisofuliicsstif I hr-sc
retrtedies, l.tit our space hero will not permit Hie
(nsnrtinn of them.' The Anonts below iinmcd fnr-
TtH eratisour Amriuow Almanac in which tlicv
...r . . . ., ..I1 .1 . ....
arcp;ivcn, tvkii niim luit in'scnpiiona in iur iim,,
coiitpl tints, ami the treatment that should bo Pil
lowed for their otire.
. ,lo not ho put olf hf unprincipled dealers' wiih
oludr preparations they niako move, pmlit on.
Ueinund A Yi.uV. nnd take no olhnrs. I he -.i -k
want the best aid there is for them, nnd tliey slmulil
-All our rcmeihcs nre for sale hy
I ROBCRTS At SAMU1L, Oolambaa,
And by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
CANADIAH ft USTTED STATES HAIL
TO AND FHOm
LONDONDERRY, . GLASGOW,
" Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
. .- -. ami
' 'The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first rlsss
full. cowered Clyde-built Bteamers sail every Nnt.
nrday from PORTLAND, earrylngthe Canadian
United mates nan ana passengers, .o
is f 1 tVORWROTAN, ' NORTH AmURIO AN,
kral BOHBMIAN, ' ' AN0L0 SAXON,
ttvt NOKTI1 BKITON, . lilHKKNlAPT,
CANADIAN, ' NOVABOOTIAN.
Rhortcat, Cheapest ana Quickest Con
jt j vcrauvs arvsaa
'iHESICl TO ALL PARTS Of ZTTR0PI
. i I iateet or AtsraamcrA to jmiropsa.
SJ30, see, jo.
Win sail from LtVlRPOOL every Wstdaeadar
and from QUII1I0 every Saturday, calling
LONDONDKKHY, u receive oe eesra a an lane malls
Pasaengera, to and Cross Ireland and Bostlsnd.
i TTF'These Steamers are built of iron. In water-tight
obmpartmenta, eatry each an npeneeced Burgeon,
every atteaturs as paid so us eoamn sua eocomromia
nn er naasesigers. as iney prooceu oirees so iase. uun
DICKY, the gteat risk and delay of calling at Bt. John's
Olssgow passengers era famished with rasa passage
tickets to and from iionaonoerry. ....
. lUtnrn tleksts granted at reduced rates. ...
.tiCRincates laiuea lor wnui iu aaiu DriuKWK "u-
Sengers from all ths prlaoipal towns of Great Britain
issrasd. at renucea rates, ny una now , siearamns,
by lb WASUINOTON LLNB. OF BAILINQ PA0BJITB,
leaving uverpooi evsry wr.a.
SlkatBrafta lot -C I and upwards may
- ' able lu ICnalands Ireland, Scat-
w laua r nsiss,
.' Wni- naaaaM. annlv at UlB ORIOS. B HStUatl
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Through to InrUaiianolia withoat Change of Carl
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tour Trains Daily fcom Columbus.
, ,j FIRST TRAIN". ' f T
A000HMODATION at S a. m.. stonntnr at' alt sta
tions be.wsen Columousand Oinoinnatl and Davton, ar
riving at Uiuctnoat, at lit It, a. m., and at Ka(unai
8 Ids. m.. consectlLg at Dayton for Indianapolis a.d
the West. -
' SECOND TRAIN... .
No'. lKXPHTiaa.i u ilia. m.. atouulnriit Jefferson,
London, Cnarleston, Cedarville, Xooia, Spring Valley,
Oorwm, Free port. Fort Ancient, Morrow St., 1-ebaoon,
roster's, Lovelund aod Mlltnrd, arriving at uioeionau
at 4 30 o. m.. Davton atil SAn. m.. ennneotln with the
Ohio and Miaai.stppi Kailroad for Louisville, KV-, Vin
oeones. Cairo, Bt. Louis. New Orleans, etc.: at Dayton
lor Inillanapolia, Lafayette, Terre llante, Chicago and
alt Western points.
MAIL at 0.10 n. m .stonnlngat all stations betrreon
commons and Aenia, and at spring Y.lley, i; rwiu,
Morrow and Lovelasd, arriving at Cincinnati al a a. m.
FOURTH TRAIN. '
NIOHT KXPKKaS, via Dayton, at lii 00 ''midnight,
s'npplng at Loniinn, Xnia, Dayton, Mindietoivn and
llaa.1 ton. arriving at Ulncmnntlnt s.v.) a. m.iatimy-
n at 'J. 05 a. m.i mniitc'lng at Cincinnati with the
Ohio and Mississippi llailroad lor Louisville. Evanavine,
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and all points South and Bruth westl also, at Dnyion
for Indianapolis, Lafsyette, Terre Haute, Chicago, etc
VTP For further Information and Through Tickets,
epply toll. L. DOIIEKIV, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
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nereml Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
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Koute to all Eastern Cities I
. Trains Leave Columbus as follows: '
Leaves Columbus 3 30 A. M. from Union Dcpit. vis
Bellalre or EleubenvUe : arrives at Bellaire, lO.iiO A
M : Bteulienville. IS SO P. M.: Pliubunih.3 40 P. M
Harrlsburg, 1. 10 A. M.i si7i AUentovm, arrivraat New
York S Oil A. M.t t PhtladtliiMa. arrives at Phila
delphia. 5. 10 A. M.; Mew Vork. 10 30 A. M. Connect
also at llarrlaburg lor lialtliaore, arriving at 7.45 A. M
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Froio Columbus, run directly through tt Bellalre or
Pitlslmriili wiilmut change; and t'usngers via Alien
town arrive in New rork at e A. si.,
ICPTWO IKlUES IN ADVANCE Of NORTHERN
Tbis Train also connects at Ttellairo with the
LUltimoro and Ohio Railroad.
Lesves Columbus 11 85 A H , from rTnlon Depot, via
eiteubenv e: arrives at Newark. Is .10 P. Si.: Coshoc
ton, Si. II P. M.; 8teubenville,e P. M ; Pitiahorg, 0.40
P lL7'nl' ' the only route hy which Passengers
can lesve Cinelnnsti st 7 A. M., go through lo Pitts
burgh in daylight, without change of cars or delay. .
Lnves Columbus 2. 1,1 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Hellaire: arrives at Newark, 3X3 P. M 1 Zaneavllls,
33 P. M 1 Bellalre 7 ..r V. 11.; Ptt'aurgri, 11.23 P.
; llarrialiutg, li.Otl A. H.: ria Mienlovn. arrives
New Vork. 4 P. M.: via Philndeinhia, arrivrs
Philadelphia, 110 P. M.; New York. U V. M, This
Train also connects at Ilarritburg lor Baltimore, ar
riving at Jr. M.
Tbia Train runs through to Bellalre or Pittsburg wun-
ut change of Cars; aud from 1'ittsburg there Is no
chsngs of Cars to flil adelphia, or via Allentown to
Mew rork thus oner lug-
The only Route from Columbus. to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only
one change of Cars.
By this Train Passengers arrivs In New York Avs
hours In sdvance of the Northern lines.
This Train also connects at llellalte wl'.h the Baltimore
and Ohio R. K.
JTThls Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
and more than iuo miles shorter to
New York, than Northern Lines.
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i i lurulu.
Oar last advices from California report a
military movement oo foot which, when taken
in oouDeetioo with tbe contemplated European
Intervention in the atTtira of Mexico, appears
of the utmost moment. General Sumner, it is
silted, is about to march an arm; of 6 500 men,
,UU0 ol which are regulars, overland to El
Paso, with a view to capturing all the forts aod
Hilary etatioos nn the western boundary ot
Texas, from Port Yoma to Fart Inge.
Takeo lo connection wits tbe reported acqnl-
eceence of the administration In the proposed
loterveotlon ot cngland, r ranee and Spuln In
the affairs of Mexico, this expedition, it the re
port be true, is lull of significance.
It is not to be uincuioed tnat tbe action of
tbe European governments in this Mexican
matter, bag created a leeling of profound dis
trust and auiiety in this country. Not so much
because advantage may be ttken of our occu
pation with retiels to accomplish designs wbtcb
would never have been pressed were we free to
resent them, but because of complications with
tbo.-ot goveriimtn's which may ensue, growing
out of the unsealed state of the frontier be
tween Mexico and Texas. Ooce Installed as
protectors of Mexico, the three powers could
justly complain ot the inroads of the Apaches
and Uamaocnes, and the inability of oilr gov
ernment to restrain incm, while ciaiming pos
session of the wholo boundary. This matter,
tuning as it appears, might be made the occa
sion for recognizing the fcouthern Confederacy,
aud it also mu?t not be forgotten that, in the
speculations of the London press respecting tbe
cotton famine, it was intimated more than once
that perhaps cotton night find its way to Eng
land tnrougn lexis aud Mexico. This was
considered chimerical at the time by the Amer
lean press, and may indeed be so, but the pro-
posed seizure of Mexico at this juncture does
not loon as tnougn toe Logllan and trench gov
ernments have gtveo up all hope of securing a
certain modicum or this staple by this aeans.
1 lie proposed expedition of General Sumner
and bis army it appears, then, Is to effect tbe
following impoit tut objects:
1. 1 he securing ot Arizona and New Mexico
to tbe Federal fl ie, no mttiter what tbe Coal is
sue of tbis col (Let.
2. Tbe repossession of alt the military posts
oeized by tbe rebels, extending from El Paso to
tne iuii oi Mexico.
3. Tbe actual possession of the boundary line
between Texas uud Mexico, to prevent cotton
DeiDg sent overland to tbe latter country, and
to avoid complies. ions with tbe intervening
powers trow, uk out of tbe possible inroads ol
savages on tbe Mexican territory. .
4 l ldciug tbe Government again in commu
nication aitii tbe Uuion loving German popula
tion ot Western Inas, who, we bare reason
to believe, are willing to take np arms for tbe
old fltg, and belp to reassert tbe authority ol
tbe iedeial Uuion in tne boolbwest.
It will be seen from the above that, import
ant as is tho great naval expedition about to
sail South, that of General bumuor la bardly
less so. Unless there is some sad blundering
be cannot fail to succeed, aa tbe military posts
are now held by a few unarmed Texsns. Toe
guns and ammunition cave been taken eavt,
and no force at the command of the rebel Gov
ernment can reach tnere in time to save them.
Should an expedition be fitted out It would cost
so much in trunsportat oo, from the Immense
distance to be traversed, that it would serious
ly tax tbo -treasury ot' the Confederates, aud
would create a diversion of their forces of too
great advantage to nn. If successful tbis ex
edition will be a fire iu tbe rear which tbe
Confederal" traitors will find it bard to put out.
N. Y. World.
The Opinion of James Madison and
Alexander Hamilton on the Question
of Preserving the Union.
The two meu who were most connected in
the construction of the Constitution and the
formation of the Uuion, were James Madison
and Alexander Hamilton. - Probably but for
tbeir tlTjrta we ehould not have our noble Con
stitution and our glorious Union. They were
Its great champions jo the Convention which
made tbe Constitution, and In the Convention
of their States which ratified it. They wrote
most of the artiolee Id tbe Federalitt tost se
cured Its adoption before the people. Mr. Ham
ilton was tbe great champion, of a strong Gov
ernment, aud would have preferred a much
more aristocratic Government than tnat selected-
Here is his opiuioo:
" Sir, if we nave uational objects to pursue,
we must have national revenues. If you make
requisitions, and they are not complied with,
what Is to be done ( It Das been observed, to
coerce the States Is oue of tbe maddest projects
that was ever devised. A failure of compliance
will never be confined t single State, Tbis
being the case, can we suppose it wite to bsiard
a Civil war! suppose AUssaohuset.s, or aoy
large State, should refuse, and Congress should
st'.eoipt to compel them, would they not have
Ib&aence t) procure assistance, especially from
those btatea which are in the same situation as
tbemsolvest What picture does tbis idea pre
sent to oar view! A complying State at war
with a non-complying State; Congress march
ing the troops of oue ot tte iutj the bosom of an
other. Tbia State collecting auxiliaries, aod
forming, perhaps, a majority, against its Fed
eral bead. Here is a nation at war wi'h Itself.
But can we believe that oue State will ever suf
fer itself to be used as an instrument of coer
cion? Tbe thing is a dream; It is imoosible."
Alexander Hamilton in the New York Con-
Ptntio uitcA ratijud the IOrufuufun. .
Id tbe Convention tnat framed tbe Constitu
tion, James Madison said on toe proDoiinon to
empower tbe Government to use military force
against a State:
The mora he rcuectea on tne use oi lorce,
tho more be doubted tbe practicability, the jus
tice and the efficiency of it when applied to peo.
pie eolleotively, and Dot individually. A Un
ion of the elates containing sucn an ingredient
teemed to provide for lie own destruction. Tbe
nee Oi fotce against a Stale would be more like
declaration or war than an lotnotion oi pun
ishment, and wonld probably be eoneidered by
tbe party attacked aa a dissolution or all com
pads by which it might be bound." - .
The Wheat Crop.
' It seems impossible to over estimate tbe im
oortsoce to us at tbie conjuncture of oar nation
al sfltirs of tbe renewed European demand for
our wheat crop. There appears to be sueh a
diminished yield, not only In England and
France, but throughout tiurope, as to nave sue
gested to some minds tie idea of a permanent
decline in tbis kind of produoe like that in re
tard to the potato. Saeh speculations may to
same seem to be supported by the fact that with
us, too, there Is fully a third less to the atxe
tbis year than last, and it Is only the enormous
breadib sown that gives us the surplus we bave
on band. Yet, on tbe other hand, It must be
recolleoted tbal tbe history of wheal culture
that of civilised men. Tbe wbeat round lo the
band of the Egyptian mummy ie juit the tame
that we cultivate now. Three or lour thousand
yesrs has made so essential difference In tbie
produot. roionj, wnere earnest lncuropean
history it used to be cultivated in large qaanll
ties, is capable ol producing II now as well as
ever. In tiogland tbe average per acre nae
been more than doubled within tbe last fifty
years through a proper system of culture aod
manuring, in taet, wnue our lanos nave run
down In vattseot'oos of the eouotry from an
average of thirty bushels to ttlteeu, through tne
want of manure, theirs bave cone up iron ni-
teeo to thirty through the application of It.
Iq Ike lace Ot all tblS, our exporteuuu m
wheat and Boor to Europe hat gone on eteadily
Increasing through long eerieeof years until
tbe laat year, when the failure or evops la Eog
renw and Fsatoe led to an Increase above all
former years, which may be safely estimated
between thirty and forty millions of dollars.
was this gold that supplied the loss of our pro
fits on the eotton crop, and enabled our banks
and our Government to stand as they bave the
unheard of strain and pressure of tbe present
struggle. ' Another such a season (and we have
every prospect of it), and It would seem likely
that we shall be able to supply our own speoie
for carrying on tbe war lend all needful sup
plies to the Government, taking (be stock aa
last as it is wanted smong our own people, la
dependently of tbe laat failure ol wheat ia Eu
rope, this bad been tbe result predicted by tbe
principal manager ot tbe bouse ot Messrs. oar
ing. And the effect of the movements now
going on In grain seems to put this beyond all
conjecture. More than this, it may be hoped
tbat what we lose by the injury done to tbe cot
ton trade throughout tbe present war will be
made up to the North in tbe steady export, year
by year, of breadstuff.
Many things render this probable. We have
bardly yet begun to open up the vatt wbeat
growing countries or tbe West. The prairies
bave some ot tbem been under cultivation for
twenty years steadily without manure, and
without cessation, yet also without aoy per
ceptible diminution of production in wheat.
Our facilities for tbe transportation of all the
produce of the West la a European market in
crease annually (o such an extent tbat it will
be Cheaper to supply manufacturing nations
like England from tbe United States, than from
tbe more remote and Inaccessible portions of
tne tiUrope-m continent It is true that the
price of labor is much higher with' ue than, U
Europe. But then the price of Uud is nrooor-
tiooably less, and tbe laboring class being better
educated, is mure valuable, aud tbe superiority
of our implemcuts of agriculture aod our virgin
soil all point to an increase ot tbis graia busi
ness more steady and reliable than that of the
cotton trade iu years past. That this trade
ebould bave received such a new ttirt and im
petus just at this great need and crisis of our
all airs, tending at once to keep tbe peace be
tween us and Europe, aod sopply us with tbe
sinews ot war sgamet tbe rebellious South, is a
providence tbat uugbt to bo marked as pointing
our future course of national development.
Phih. Ledger. . ,
[From the New York Express.]
Tbe foreign extracts, which we published yes
terday, furnish much matter for comment. Tbe
cottooocracy of England are now really alarm
ed about tbeir cotton, and see that tbeir ma
chinery will not work short fibre India cotton,
even if they could get enough of it. Hence,
tbe working on short time lo most of tbe manu
facturing districts. Tbe London Press the
most of it is cotton becomes more pressingly
needful, becomes more abusive, with the view,
doubtless, of working up publio opinion In Eng
land to c'ht lor the oouta against tbe INorta
"Public Upinum," however, it is given out,
does not respood. The government eesms to
have declared plainly that It does cot mean to
recognize tbe soutb, nor does It mean to Inter
fere wita our blockade. Tbe official announce
moot that the blockade was to be respected bv
France, snd must be respected, as long as it is
enforced, was given In the Exprest yesterday
Irom Its raris correspondent. Ana tbis will not
oe without its effect upon England. A London
"Tbe truth seems to be that the policy of
Great Britain toward tbe United btates bas been
sbaky all along. The Ministry themselves were
divided upon it. So far es non-intervention
went, tbey were all tolerably well agreed, but
wben it came to tbe micutias ot non-interven
tion, there was a difference of opinion. One
party eidud witb tbe Soutb; another stood up
for tbe Nortb. Exactly who the Northerners
aod Sunt turners are, seems to be a matter of
some doubt. Lord Russell, at all events, is
with us. How true It may be, I will not guar
antee, but I was told this week by an English
merchant in tbe city that a serious discussion
bad arisen in tbe Cabinet on the question of
eeuding troops to Canada; that Lord Palmer-
steo had advocated it, and tbat a majority of
his colleagues sustained him, but that Lord Rue
sell and Mr. Milner Gib-on Uo I understood)
bad objected to it so earnestly as to defeat tne
proposition. So long as Lord rluaaell is at the
head of Foreign Affairs, I believe America may
feel cocfideut that no eueouragemeut will be
given to the slave power. But in couseaueoce
of tbis division of the Cabinet, they seem al
ways on the verge of committing themselves
eeaiuBt us. - -...t
Look Before You Kick.
A minister in ooe of our orthodox churches
(the Vineyard Gazettt says) wbile oo bis way to
oreach a funeral rcrmoa in tbe coontry, called
to see one of bis members, an old widow lady,
who lived near the road be was traveling.
Tbe old lady had just- been making sausages,
and she felt proud of them, they were so plump,
round and sweet. Of course ebe insisted upon
the minister tskiDg some of the links borne to
his family. lie objected, on account of not
having bis portmanteau along. - Toe objection
was soon overruled, and tho old lady, after
wrapping tbem in a rag, csrelully pltced a bun
die in each pocket ot the preacher's capacious
coat. Thus equipped be started for tbe luneral.
Wbilo attending tbe solemn ceremonies of
the grave, some hungry dogs scented the saus
ages, aod were not long In tracking tbem to tbe
good rain s overcoat. Ut couroe tbis was s
ereitt annovaocn, and be was several times un
der the necessity of kicking the wbelps away
Tbe obsequies ot tbe grave completed, tbe min
ister and congregation repaired to the church
where the funeral discourse was to be preaoeed
Alter tbe eermom was finished, tbe minister
baited to make some remarks to bis cobgrega
lion, when a brother, who wished to have an ap
pointment given out, asoencted the pulpit aod
gave the minister's coil a hitch to gain bis at
tention. Tbe diViDe. thinkiog It a dog having
a design upon bis pockets, raised bis foot, gave
a sudden kick:, aod eeut tne good orotner Bprawi
ins- down the oumit steps.
" Yon will exouse me, brethren and sisters!"
said the mioieter confusedly, and without look
ing at the work be bad done, " tor I could not
avoid It. I bave eausages in' my pocket, and
the dog has been trying ti grab them ever since
I came upon the premises.
Where They Got Their Guns.
It annears bv a Charleston paper that tbe
forts around Charleston are etripped of their
guns to fortify Virginia, bnt since tbe Hatteras
affair they bave been taking tbem back again
rao dlv for tbe defense ot their own oaroor.
Is likely tbat tbie is tbe case with all tbe South
ern forti filiations, and may account for the abll
it of the rebels to raise such numerous en
trenebments along the Potomac ' If our sea
coast expedition bad been poshed right on, it
highly probable that it would bave captured
number of these forts In tbeir defenseless con
dition. These expeditions ought to be burned
forward, and may yet be In time to catoh the
rebels before they are prepared for defense.
will make them less stiong on the Potomac.
Ie probable that the reason tbe rebels have been
compelled to fall baeK and abandon some
their batteries on tne roxomae, is Decease soeir
guns bave been required to refit the Southern
forts. Tbe Hatteras affair, it is evident, has
upset tbe calculations of tbe insurgents, and tbe
consequences flowing from it are more moment
ous than we imagined. Tbe work in tbe same
direction should be spoedily prosecuted, and
blow given which will tell ell over the rebel
States. - ," J : ' ' '
bt-a hloodv fight oocurred In Chicago,
Friday, io a billiard saloon, which grew out
an attempt to cowhide J. W. Sbeaban, editor
tbe Post, by Captain (now Colonel) Phillips,
tbe Chicago Irish Brigade. Sbeaban bad pub
lished a severe artiole upon Pbiliips'e election
Colonel, which be refused to retraot In such
form as Phillips dictated. Tbe Utter attacked
Sheahaa in the streets with a rawhide, wben
was knocked down bv one of tbe Posf employee.
This led to a fight shortly alter in a billiard
saloon, in which twenty or thirty persona partic
ipated, and in which Phillips was seriously
injured. ' ;,.;,r;:
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al ' bas Ordered one hundred tone ef lead for ballets
It for the Ohio arsenal. Sf. iVu Rtpnh,
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bolesale and Retail. WM. A. titXL,. ,
Columbus, Ohio, May 8, 1880.
EXTRAORDINARY 8AKGUNS -
BO. 29 SOUTH HIGH 8TSEXT,
ARK NOW OFFERIJNU.
1,000 yards Bauer Plain Black Bilks at ftl 00 vslos
1 83 per yard.
2,500 yards Traveling. Dress and Mantle Ooods
1) 12 cents value 20 eents per jard.
3,000 yards White Brllliantes at 12 1-8 eents -
value 20 cent per jard.
3,000 yards Fine and Domestic Ginghams greatly an-
der value. ' '
. ' -ALSO:-
LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTS OP
challis, roDXABD nxn, .
. ENGLISH BABEOES, LiVELLAS,
IAWHS, CALICOES, FOPLIHS, -
AND ALL OTHER
New and FosMonabbe Xraaa Grootl '
In the moat desirable styles and at very lowers priors.
3VE .sA. IwT T I Xj Xj S I
Of all materials, made In the moat stylish manner after
tbe latest Psris Fashions ins most elegant styles
BAIIV V MOX, . ,
S9 Snath Tlish street. '
. DR. LE LAND'S V i
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR.
Eheumatisnn, Gout and Neuralgia,
' AND A 8URS.C0R1 FOR
.All Mercurial Diseases;
tt Is a conveniently arrtuua naiui oauuunlnf a mstH
tcatud compound, to be worn a round the Watel, without
injury to the saost delicate person r. no change in habits
of! living is required, and tt entirely remove the die ,'r
ease from the system, without producing the Injurious .
effects arising from the use of powerful Internal aedi- '
does, which weaken and destroy the ooottiuiUon, aad ;
J:ive temporary roller only. By mis treatment, us med
elnal aiuperVee contained m the Uand eonse in contact' .'
wita the biuud aod reaoh tbe diaeaaa, throuab thepovea . r
ef the skin, effecting in every Instance a perfect -cure,
and restoring the parte afflicted la a heakby ootriWoav.. ,j . 'I
This Baodtsalsoamostpowerful Asm Maaucaui. agent,
and will en U rely relieve the system Irara lbs (urntuioue
effects of Mercury, Moderate ease are euml In a few .
days, and w are constantly rBeelring tetUmonialaef It
efficacy in airsjravaied oaaee ot toog standing. , , . i - n- i
Paica ti.OO, to be had of Drugntata generally, or em , . .
be sent by mail or express, with full directions for ate, 9 , '
to any part of the ooantry - direct from tne Principal
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T Bo. 409 BROADWAY, Yew Tort- t , 8:i-.j
. Q. SMITH 4, CO., Sole Pprietori. ' .
K. S. Dcrlpttv Circular Bent Fra. "''
A. J. BCBU1LLIR A SOU, Dijerrrs, Aewwre, We.r H '' !
1177 B. illgla St., bsu Friend and Monad, Oosaatbus, Or r. . -.'
JO Agente Wanteet Bverrwhtret if?
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BAIN S6 son, i
Bo. 29 South Sigh Strset,' Columbus,'
Rw WOW OFPIRIKO '
9000 yards Tiavalia ,
Press Ooothr atSXt value '
950S yards 1 raveling Dress Ooods at UK, va'e 10 ts. ' '
ouo yards Bngllth wesages at IV , vslas VS eents.
KM) yards Freuob Orgaales at WH, Value SU caets.
IruUQ yarda Faet Oolorad Lawns asttv value li eents.
IOUU yarda Foulard Dreee Silks al 7M, value a eewts -r i
15O0 yarda Super Plain Black Bilk alii 00. valoe lllta. .
KnUsor Ortnil aWra-, aad SUafUab atrar, ataaw- 1
half their value. ,
:o T.j - wsrir aoit.'
" Tti Soulh aUsh attest.
.Irish linen Goods. m
TTTAKaATED rASIKlo t f r; tt X
ASIKIO ' r
P,ain aod fanoy
tr iiino onio fiiw. " whimhy . .
. BkJrtlogaod Boaoss Linens. ..' i '!' H .n--
, Uutsi sbssilaisttiSeHWewOatlngv.- ,
...1 . j !..' idneo Carabrtceand Lone tawne.-ir'T "CI
P ', -9.1 ? ". Imen PocA baedarM,allslst. ,,i , ,,,
, . ,..L.. v . Ltoeo TowalhnrsandClaperS ' ""
' t ( LliisalapatiisaodP'Oyitas. ' -
Llaea Tabls Olotbs aod Saiie Uaaaak. t . . rill: : . 'I
Linen Towel with eolored bonier.
Llna Stair Oowrlorvaod Orah.,!
, . , For sale aimwasioes. . ,y
r 5- . BAtst At to, ,,
Ineatt. ;. . . - sto.es Soeib Hlsh street.
Canton tlattias? .-'I
.4, w-4 'Whlsa aa Heel aa -
White Ohekdssperarualityj For sale by
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