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1861.
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COUNSELORS, AT, LAW,.,
(Offlcw roily Jttdg()
NEW YORK.
m to '
r f Bon.H.il,Htr,LijK)atUr, O. V
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33- T- "WTTIiHSJ,
Attorney'and Counsellor fit law,
NOTARY Plim ir .
nVJS1 ?7 BIin'gTRIBT, QDK0N Bu'lLD
? J"0 Pfoilt the BUI. Boom. . .; . t
, . BoiU UlgH Sb, OTr Bain's Stori,'
Jw. -tlrtcuo. will b. ,1t.i, la .11 ft. nrtoui
CO.LUMB.USf'0HIO.
T, modrte, io wltth UtnM.
MD9 I
.MATIOWAL HOTEL,
HEAR UNION D1P0T,
Ki.coLyMBus, ohio;
I1Rfct - OKI DOLLAR PER DAT.
F. A. B. SIMKIN8,
Attorney at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
0(-Abo BullJinf, 4p,o.lu Cipltol Bqura.' i
6 " ' '' ' ' OOLUMBDS. OHIOJ
A.- pOXlpIXWlD, .
Attorney & 'Counsellor at law,
M. C. LI LLC Y
BOOK I.XIXISIT'J3XI
1 And Blwik-Book Manufiinturir. I
r5,,?F KOa COLUKBTTI, OHIO
EAGLE BRASS WORKS.
OoluiaalDxiei, OHlo.
,r W. POTTO & CO.,
MAQHUTIOTO,
And ltinnfketn'rcrf of Brin uid Oomporltion Outlnn
WioMMd Uru Wort of all Dewriptlont.' j
STENCIL CUTTINC, AC.
Colnmbns Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
. 0OIISjSJ0Ii MEECHANTS,!
'., IMP0ETIB8 AND DIALERS IN j
For$arl d pomestib Wiiei) Brandiei,
fco. e. AL80. !
; atfeiIONONGAHELX BOURBON
WABIHOCBB AND Of FICB, 854 SOUTH HI3H IT
COTmrRTra nvrn !
WW,r.,.,.,r.,,,, -,.,.,.-f-....
: !I-tJ1ESTIEAUX.!
, X80CpiBSOR TO MoKXB It K1STI1AVX) '
OoXjXJ3MC33XTI3p
. '. r: iir.-.pi alkr w ;
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
1CVRpVlS(ON8:
'ForejgttiandiDomestie; IVnitsr' !
FLOUB 8 A LT, LI tJTJORS, ETC.'
" irm r o A i,r.. r.iizi , ;
STORAGE & COMMISSION . I
W; ' M V iiT.V V
i J. Y.
ko yal-qiia1ito dictionary.
Ihe-Iatait-The Iarge.t-.Tlia Bait.
,.,r Tha Cheapest Bee mis tha Beit, ., j
. -.i ''X ., 0. iL J "' '
"Tlie Moat Rellabl' SjtandarA Au
r tbrltvf ibflEnKll.h Language." j
r- x MmiSmiitmtmtMtor of Ohio,
"TOT BEST INOLIln DICTIONARY 'SXTANT.?
trary Jim Awyutoi,
'H.i. r upward! oj BondMd fbouuiA W.rdi.
"B0" ""wloB. BMulngi nnAderlntloni, torethcr
Stbrtow JSTS'T'"?,l,?nWw,Muu!,, Wflf
toad tU DtoUlont of the Utmbon of th Ohio Stat
I th wndirMd, membtri of Hi Ohio toto Techl,
.MooltUon, dopt ud tlm to in In iMchlnr. wrltlni
wi.!?.".?' orthography and pronanolatlon of
,. va.Fio uiouonaiy, and w moit cor
dlally reoonuaand it a lb moat rellabl standard an
Ihorlty of tb Ingliib lannaga, ai It It now written and
Loam- Axnaiwa, Preildant Kenyon Oollear.
'M. D. LMarrr, Bnparlntondent KanaiTllIa Bchoota.
'Tboj. W. Haktbt, Bnp't Manllon Union School..
M. . Oowdbt, Bop'tPnbllo Bchoola, Bandntky.
, Jown Ltircn, Bnp't PabUo BcbMla, OiraUTill.
M. BAaroaa, Principal Ourraland femal Bemina-
i Wt.ViTnwn.i, BnpH Pnbila School!, Wf. Union. I
Joaa Oam, FruMlpal slat. Nwmal Beba.1, Hlnna
ota. 0 "p! Prtnetyal JTonrth InUrmodlaU Bchool,
H. B. Mianu, Bnp't Canton Union Bchoola. j
A Bnwia Rmai, Principal UcNaaly Normal Bchool.
i4 T. limn, Prof. Mathtmatle, OWo Unlrartltyl
WM . W. KnwABDa, Bnp't Troy Union Bchool.
' A t O. Honim, Principal W.t High Bchool, Ultra
land. .. I ,
8. A:Robtoh, Anoclata Principal High Bchool, OUra
land. (
I Taaoboaa Itmium, '. Principal' High School, ,01r.
ian.1.; t 'i f ?, .M - rtf - 'i !.;: ;
B. f . HuuirruN, Principal Clar.land Inititata. ,
J. A. .(UaruuDi Preildent of ElMllo In.Ulul.. Hi.
ran. - ' ' i
Unrreralta.' . . j. . .
7m' H-Bltl,rr RxO.inmlailonarof Oomaion Bohooli,
- jAiOi ifoaaoa, irof. Rhatorio, Oberlln Oollero.
Tao. Biix,rnldont Antloeh Ooll.it.
o. w. H. OATaoAT, Prof. Uatbtmatlca, High
School, Daytoa.
O. CaoaaAo.a, prof,, Langntga, High Bchool,
Dayton, , , .. ., . . , ,. , .. ,
. 8. M. liBtaB.SnpH Union Schoolf, Aihtand. " j
tlor tkan Dim BundrtA aOine PrtilittiiM "nf nn.
0M. Proftuort, Aulhori and ZHiUngvUhed Kdw
tor; hatmndorudVts abort $mtimnt.. : ... j
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OUIO
HABianA Goixkb 'Tt u iml.
an honor to tha author, th. publisher., and tb. whole
toon try. "-Prettdenl Asdrawa. . i
Ohio Wnmn TT.imtvt .t mmmIi nvMiiii.
llOB. It will b. Bf anlda la .rthnmnb ind .ranni.
alatioD, and -will' ofl.n b. eonaultad bym for It. neat
and accurata daonltlona." Prealdent Thompion. ,, ,
w. a. xcuoTio Ooubbb. "Heratofora w. baTtued
Wabatar a orthography. At a recent meeting of our
'"J.1'.'! waadacided tpehanga It to conform to that
o J?T Roya" Quarto dictionary ."-Pnaldtnt ,
uarflald. . . , ,....;, i . I
Wbbtbbb Fit Kara Oollbbb"! flnd It wortiiv r
OordlalapprobaUon.'' Preaident Hitchcock. ., , (
OaiaUR DOLUS. "Tt mora than mil ms unantm.
Uona. I recommend It aa tha atandard Authority hi
orthoepy to y ehlldraa and my pupil.." Preaident
Uorgaa a,. t ;.,.,; tisf;..ii' I
AaTtooB CoLLXaa. "I adont and aim to nia In tAiah-
Ing, wrltingand apeaklng, Iba orthography and pronuo
cUUon of WoroeaUr'a Royal . Quarto Dictionary.
Preildanl Pill.
ji iiit I
Rn alt tai wrltlni, toaaklne. and teachinr. I Lara en
deavored to oonform to the rn lea for orthography and
pronunciation aaoontlod In Worreiter'i Dictionary.,"
Horac aiann, lata Preaident. J
Kiirr oa Ooitast, Oiaatra. 4,I moit cordially reeom-
Brand It aath moat reliable ttandard authority of the
angina language aa it la now written and aposen."
rre.ia.nt Anur.wi
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO
From Jin'. Anton Anytt, Oomtniuiomr of Common
i . .. a v oohoo($ m vnio "
"Th Diattonarr la an Immrlahabl monument to the
learning and Induerryef It. anttinr, aod an honor to the
world of l.ttera. The mechanical execntlon ia far .up
rior to that of any other Leilcon with which I am a-
qualntU"TrT., ,. , ..... . .,.. , (
iron Sov jr., B.- Barney, S Oommittionor of
tb moit rellal l ttandard authority of tha lan-
guaga."
. .-Ms- - .- ,'v i
Iieadins' Newspapers of cJhio Say.
" front th Olovttand Ihrald of March SO. I
Th. orthography of th Woroeater Dictionary la that
1 1 . U . - - 1 I m At .11 .1 . .I...
country and Ingland, and conform to the general utage
of ordinary wntera ana apaaaera -
Whaterer prejudioe may bar. azlited praylously, a
careful etudy of this Tolum will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation oi in gnat menu, ana a aenre
to add it to the wall .elected library, be it Urge or email,
It la a library lnilaelf, and will remain an., imperiaha
bl record f the Uarnlug of Itaoomnil.r.v . j
: trom th atncttmaU Cmmtrtlai of April
Her. are onward, of a hundred thousand worda aood.
bad and IndlfTeren whoee multifarious nreaalnfra and
derivatteaa, together with their correct spoliln j; and pro
nuncialion, are tet clearly befor the eye. The work la
uaqueetlonahly th greateac jneaaurut oi snguan rroraj
ever pubmbed. . v . ,
Jron th OUtoUmd riaindalr of Sept. M, 1860.
Irldently Woacamt'a Rotai. Qoabto DicnoaABy U
not only thlatt,biaihwneork of th kind or it
mud, ai cab by- no poatiblllty tuffer by aompariaoa r
eontroverty.. ...... t .
" from th Toltdo Blaataf Jfat20. ;
Ae to n OWDMCl ATioa. WocTrB e tub Btardabd
followed by oar beet author; In definition, be leave,
nothing to ha de.lred, and In OaTHOoairer It It tnfflcleat
to tay that Wobcxbtbr can b aahriy roiiowea,
. ... v IManAItl St BRAflO.
PubH.beraDeok.eUerBcVSta.tl6ita-i
j-O-'Wl SUPERIOR BT., OLKVILAND, OHIO, j
:,THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
IIEfi: INSUMNCE- COMPANY,
OP
v 1 V
IllTldenei January-1 , 186 h 48 Pw Cent.
ASS1T8 i. ...J..'.,.... ....HfilSjssil SO.
Statement January i, 1861
Balance, per ttatement Jan. lit, 1860. ....,3,406,58'.: 39
neceivea lor rremiuma uur-
tng th. year 18W) 76S,3 SS
Received-' for Intwear "during J fV-'
the year 1860..rA., 814,014 10 -
.'.v't r." 'i '.' ii" i i ' ' ft '4
Total reoetplt for 1860....877,067 7 ...
rata u lainu dt iHjatn.w ( ,nv uu
Paid Pottole aurrea- "- V
dared ............ 41,111 39 o Ii i l-',-
Paid Balariea, Pott
age, Taxea, Rx- ,
ehang,eto 91,eS0S,-t V
Paid Oommiaaioni to . . - -a ! '.. ' v
Agent 81,32t 30 -. .
Paid Phyilrtant' feet. 5,966 75
PaidAnnuitlea...... 1,517 00
Paid Dfvidendi dur-
- -.ra f t
ln th year ...... 166,500, J5 565,001 63
411,976 14
h Nt Balano January lat, 1861..
- 3 ..v t ::-.lv..J. AB8BT8.
3,819,558 60
. 1 I-
Oath on tan. ... . 86,6864 It ' ''
Bond. and Uortgageaon Real. . . , , -
' R.taU, worth double the .......
amount tewed.. 9,ST,41 68 " "'''(
Praarlaai Not, on Fcltoie v v. . la - v,- -!
,lnforo,onlydrawtngper . . ...
' .ent. Inter.... M l,eT9,B64 17 7 .
Real rtale.. .....iw...... ' 9n,B3 7 " '''(-'-'' j
LonaBerlp.i..4i a' 5,831 44 '
PrmlBBi,NottandOaaBla ;u . r u f, , '
' aonna of tranamlatlon.... 45JI4S IS I
I , , t 7:7 . - . : : '
Total Aateti..At.i.U....V
75T8 Pollclet tn foroe, Inturing.'
8t4867s38
' 1,435 new Pollclet have been latued during th. year,
' After a careful ealonlitlon of the preaent value of th
oaurtaadlnf Pol We. of th Company, and having tha
neon tarn amomt tn- rmrv. therefor, tb Director
hire declared a jhvidbwd oi a per sent, en th. Premi
um! paid at tha table rate, to all polioieafor life la force,
lamed prior to Jin aery 1, I860, payabl actardlng to th
nrMntrulof tb OompaDy. . - i i .a n w .i. j
Rate for all Undad Life Contlngenolot, Proapect
aae, Btatementt, and Applicattont, will be furnlibed
wwawtrw obibk, at thfOiBo or Agrnclee of the Com
pany.
BAnM T llMR.niAH . . I
w t t; a- ' j,. 0. 0ROTBB, Tic Preildent. ;
JU Jue).J(niLIR, Beeretery. - .. ' f a j
mi not tijj JU .W.EKESOII, AanH trtt
.. WiSb7i
PhAfJf'ZJiS' V " t'tOtJBEO ilUACK
. , Jl tLjK S , f .vary grade, l'n moat aalwl
atrtBnt la th. city, and at moatnaaonibie wt.M i
' BlTIf A. (llli
v . , - wa m. . - ' I n .
1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Winter Arrangement—Time Changed.
Winter Arrangement—Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
Winter Arrangement—Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
nr1" " "!
arSto-,J
RAILROAD.
OonnectlngatCreaUlne with th PITTgBUROH IT
WAYN1 1 OHI0A0O RAILROAD
Ibr I'Mtburgh, Philadelphia and BcUlmor. Alto
for Fort Wayn and Ohieago.
Connecting at Cleveland with th LAKI gHORB KAIL
ROAD t ana New York.
'.' I T -' f r i i r.. .Tr
f
, I TWO ITtAlNS D AILy, I
RXCEPT BUN DAT, I.
from Oolumbnt, Id connection wlthTrainton the !
IIRBT TRAIN. j
-mI?!.,XPBIiSB-Le,y" Oolumbu. at 3:50 A. M. i
will aave paiaengeri at all tutlont, Hod at DaUwara
Oaon3g.tnd,.ta.n,0,1!?,' "d ntVorth ?.
OleveinSil Q MAe'Uo". nIK,n "f"'. "iriK "
6 05P M iih-:Bnki.rlt 4:50 p' u-
"M. . ' ; .1 . t.'i t . -
SECOND TRAIN. ' '
NBW YORK IXPRES8-le1Te, Oolumbu. at 3:15 P.
ill.
CONNECTIONS.
T.WoInd OhC. "d "d T0,ed
Dul Cw KJaft ,0'
Patent Bleeping Cari ara run on all
sight Traini to Chicago, New
vf York and Poiton.' , u
WW Checked Through to Km, Tort and Batten
via UoelandjaUo,toIAUaUlpMtand
Xu Yorktia OreelUn.
RETURNING.
NlKhtExpreatarriveatColumbaat...l30 A If '
Cincinnati Kxpreta arrlret at Qplumbu. at 1.30 p. M.
l itre aa Low aa by any ether iloute.
Atk for Tickttt tia Cretllineor Clntland. '
R. 8. PLINT,
Superintendent, Oleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTHR80N, Agent,
Oolumbu,, Nov 16, 1801. Oolaa. Ohio.
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REMOVES AND PREVENTS IN
flammatiAn mA neln Kj ai a.
- - - - "" "u uvmi Hiv worn oarn,
nM. hmilaaa. nnt n fa.h a J ..... . '
swelling and pala from stings, mosqiiito bites, ssd
j" , umuiKia, rueumatinn, ague in Ine
br,f.,t' rnmu" When Ukea Internally, it will
L.u..i-7w. ---r "."-..iiiinim (its. lmmeaiam
reUefmtha worateaa of thl terrible eomnliinti aim.
removet hoaneneaa and eon lhrat. Prtee, to ceuttp
bottle. Biiould be in art nhouie. Per tale h Dm..
giiUandStorekeepera. IRVIN 8T0NB, .
'i ,0l Proprietor, i Spruce it .New York
MMdfcwlyla
No real Juitic. can be don. the above preparation!
but by procuring and reading deacrtptivepamphletaU
be found with all dealers, or will be tent by Proprietor
on demand. Formula and Trial Bottlea tent to Phytl
clant, who will find development in both worthy tbjir
acceptance and approval.
Oorre.pond.aoe toitclUd from all whote nceexltlee or
eurinity Orompui to a trial of tha abort reliable Kerne
dice. ( -
for al by th niual wholeaale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN Ii. IIUNNE WELL. Proprieto
CHIMIST AND FHAa.il ACIUTIST,
Ho. 9 Commarelal Wharf, Boaton, Haas.
Robert Si Samuel, N. B. Marple, J. R.' Cook, J. U
Denlg, a. Denig tt Bom, A. J. Scburiler It Bon, Agentt
for Oolumbu, Ohio.. ., t , . . , myl-dly
COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
TbeJUeot' Artificial 'Help to the
Human aiigbt ewer Invented.
V;;; JOSEPH S. PEBXEY,
PRACTICAL k SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT,
ment of th moit Improved kindt of Bpectaolet.
All hi eiattei, whether for Bear or far-alghted, arr
ground la eonoavo convex form with tha greateat care,
to aa to lult the Kyea or all eaae. curing Weaknnt
Dlaalneat or Inflammation of the lyM, and imparling
trengta for long reading or fine tewing.
Offloe, 13 Bait State itreet, at SelUer Ac Webtter't
Muiio Store.
aug5-dly 1
J. r1. & V. KCERNER.
ISTo. oo.
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBUS,
. m Uii. " v4 DiAIiIBB IN '",'
GROCERIES PRODUCE AND
PROVISIONS,
FOREIGN Sc DOMESTIC FRUITS,
FI0TJB, 8AIT, IlftTJOES; ETC.
-., . r.?;vi : , i . . .
0YBTIB8 BY THl CAN IN THEIR SEASON. !
ool55-dly H ? ' "- V7?'V - - '
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
THE SUBSCRIBER HATING TAKEN
a let, on th Stor Boon
3STo. 11 EastBtateSt,,!
hu opened ituan ,
faction & Commission Rioin.
H it now prepared to receive on Oommlnion every
aeoription of property, inch it Dry Good., Groceries
lilquore, Punlture, Carriage!, Horn, etc' lie alio
7 o to dent '", ttenUon to tale of Real Kitat
.h'T?"1 p,4PrtTi y Pol", Within twenty rnilel
Auction, gales jEvery .Evening.
uoniigomtntt rerpeolfullyaollcited
w
R. KRNT, Auctioneer.
eot
Craabtril fLnsaiaeriiea I
rt CRA1B!HRIE8, IN OOOB
Oy ORDBR, cawnilgnment. ' v .
i rorrtiowby u v f il
- 'VV.VHUt
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cinoinnati, DaytoB A Zndian&polii!
Through to Indianapolia witboat Chnge of Cars,
and bat One Change of Can between
Colnmbni ad4 Bt. Lonla. ; '
On ; ana After Monday. November
' ,..11.,1S01.. .. .. ,.;;'.:
'; O.t I I ,r i i ; ir:.j 1-t .;.iiii-' !-.'..
Fpur. .Trains Daily From Cplumbua.
FIRSfT TRIW.
RIGHT SXPRI0S8. via Davtoa. at I a. aa.. auwDlna
at London, Xenla, Dayton, Uiddletowa and Hamilton;
arriving at uiaoinnau at 7:10 a. m.; and at Dayton at
5:05a. m. eonoeeUng at Clnelnnatt lot Leuurrille, Via
oennaa, 81. LmI. and all poiata Boathwaat; airiring
at St. Lou la at MM p. m.( oonneoUng at Dayton for
Indlanapolia, Lafayette, Terr. Haute, Chicago, and all
poima nam arriving at inaianapoiit at 10:10 a. m.
SECOND TRAIN.' i ' :
tlont between Oornmbui,' Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rivini at Cincinnati at 103 a. in., and at Dtnn t
8:3g a. m. : oonneetuia at OlnolnnaU with Mall Line
Steamboat for Louiavlll, and at Daytoa for Indlimp
olit and th Wett.
THIRD TRAIN. ' -. "' 1
, . 1
XPRXSS at 1:55 d. m.. atonnlne at lalftnnn. Lon
don, Oharleeton, Xenla, Oorwin, Morrow, 80. Lebanon,
FocMr-a, liovalaed and Uilford, arriving at ObMlnnatl
at 6:45 p. m..at Davtoa at S n. m. ! aonnMtln i nm.
with th. Ohie and Miailialppl Train for Louiavlll, Yin.
eennea,, 8U Loaia, to etc., arriving at Bt. Loult at
10:45 a. m.; connecting at Dayton for Indlanapolia, La
fayette, Torre Haute, Chicago and all pointt Wett.
- FOURTH TRAIN. r '
MAIL at 4 p. m.. ttonalnr at all elation between
Columbut and Cincinnati; arriving at Cinoinnati at 9:25
r -.. mi - '-.'-'-I j 1
ID for
further Information and Through Ticket!,
Li D0HERTY, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
tpply to U
Columbut.
P. W. 8TRAD1R,
General Ticket Agtat, Cincinnati. !
JN0. W. DOHRRTY, 1
- f ' Agent, ColumbBA, i
X. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent. Cincinnati.
Columbut, Nov. 10, 1GC1. '
1861.
EAST.
UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
CENTRAL OHIO AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
UNITED.
CONNECTING At PITTSBORGH WITH THR '
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
oifia Tin . .1 : , i 1
Snortest, Qalck.et aad Meat 1W1 ret
urn aaoiaia to mi caitera Utile.. -t
!
I
Tralua Leave Colnmtua as follows:
VIA ICLLAIBt.
VIAWrMIBHVILLI.
Expreaa. ' ,
Klornlnf
r.rr imx.
1S34P.JU ,
4:00 A.M. 3:10 P. II. 4:00 A. M:
ABBrVB AT BILLAIRB
10:40 A.M. 9.40 P.M. ' '
, AXitivi at riTTiaoian' '
4:10P. M. 2:45 A.M. 4:10 P. M. 10 OOP. M.
1 amiv at HAiaiaBuBa
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thi hour, and tb only train by which pattMgeri can
reach Baltimore er Waahinatan tha following dev. and
arrive la Philadelphia or Stw York before dark. .1
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Correspondence of Captain Palmer
Correspondence of Captain Palmer of the Iroquois---The Sumter's Escape.
- '''' ' '
U. S. STEAMSHIP
OFF ST. PIERRE, Nov. 15, 1861.
811 As dreoBstances prevent my Davln: mr
peraonal reapeott to your ExeelUrTnV
repreBeotatire at thla place, I write to aonouoce
m,,,. . WM"n oryeatarday. aa
well as to inform you that to n ...,,;.. f ua
a notorious steamer, called the Sumter, quietly
coaling at the wbarrw and eDjoylng the hoaDi-
Ai your xcelleuov eannnt h nr ,u.
character of tbli reisel, J denounce ber to you
1 ens that hit been for tome time engaged in
pirating upon we commerce or the United
States, robbing, burning or otherwise destroy
log all American veuels that tome within ber
r.acn
r May I not hope, therefore, that 'your' Excel
Ienoy, upon this reoreaantatlnn. ain nn .nn.
ber to snjoy the privilege. I complain "of, but di
rect bar to leare the protection- of the French
nag and the immunities of a French port.
I have the bonor to be, very reepeotfully,
your obedient servant.
JAS S.
Commanding U. S. steamship Iroquois.
Tohn Eicollency, the Governor of Martl-
nique. , - . .
[Translation.]
[Translation.] GOVERNMENT DE LA MARTINIQUE, CABINET
DES GOUVERNEUR, No. 430, FORTDE-FRANCE,
DES GOUVERNEUR, No. 430, FORTDE-FRANCE, le 15th Nov. 1861.
Monbiiub lc Commanoant: I hav. tha hrtnni.
to reply to the letter which you addressed me
this morning. , , . . t - .
I am not UnoMut. Mona. to r.omm.n.inni ir
the presence, in the roads el Bt. Pierre, of a
vessel belonging to the States of the South,
who profess to have formed a separate Confed
eration. To accomplish the generous Intentions pf the
Emperor, I wish to be hosnltahla
of the two belligerent parlies, but I will not,
neither cannot, without violating the orders ot
his Majesty, direst myself of the absolute neu
trality that I ought to observe. - , -
This is to say to you, Mon. le Commandant,
that if it Is not my intention to rfn. ..
chorage to a vessel belonging to the States ol
toe oooiu, i oner to you, on the other hand,
the same hospitality, and the same facilities,
to the Tefsel belonging to the Government
of the Unjon, which you have the honor to com-
mana. .
There exist, besides, international law. thai
every civilized nation scrupulonsly observes, and
wmoii uueu aoaroeiy recall to you, Mona. le
Commandant, nor to the Commandant of the
Sumter. . .-
Aooept, Moos, le Commandant, the assurance
of my most distinguished consideration.' '
Le ADMIRAL.
Gouveneur de la Martinique, etc.
Monsieur Commandant de la Iroquois.
U. S. IROQUOIS, OFF ST. PIERRE,
MARTINIQUE, Nov. 23, 1861.
my present pro
voking and anxious position to keen tha Gov
ernment informed by whatever opportunity may
offer.- . . ,
It Is now the ninth dav that I ft a v A haan
blockading the Sumter. ' She lies still at the
wharf, surrounded by more or less of a crowd
day and night, all anxious for her luocessful
escape, sympathizing with their fellow French
men Ol Xtie Ktata oC LauiaUne,, to wblob Utate
they believe the Sumter to belong. The au
thorities, from the Governor down. I believe to
be all in the,- favor. I directed the Consul the
other day to call upon the Governor and inform
mm mat i regarded the attitude of the author
ities aa unfriendly to the Unitod States. I quote
you in. footuis reply: ...
"I called on the Governor on Monde nirht.
but could do nothing more than ask an audi,
enoe for next day. aa bis salon was full of neo.
pic, among mem me uaptain 01 the Sumter.
When I saw blm he said the sanitary regulations
were such as were enforced on Monday, and
he had no control over them. The vessel hav
ing gone beyond the regular health and oustom
house limits, his lost .the rights of regular pra
tique, the Governor of course repudiating any
thing like unfriendliness, and reerettinv the ne
cessity of submitting to the lawa in your case,
bdu wuum oe giaa to see you nere at anchor to
prove toe sincerity 01 nis good wishes.
uniortunatoly for me, the coming to au ant
chor Involves the necessity of waiting twenty
four boms after, the departure of the Somtcr,
for I bave oonsented to the Governor's express
ed hope that I would abide by all rules of inter
national law; , consequently I am obliged to
cruise outside, and rnn the risk of ber escaping
every night.
' Thus far ws have bad the moon, but It ia now
waning faBt, and, with the most intense watch-
ing ana aevotion, 1 fear 1 may bave to report
her escape. Would that there were another fast
steamer to watoh the other point of the bay.
1 nave some understanding witn some loyal
peopie on snore 10 notity by signal ot ber de
parmre- .
inerrencn will doubtless think it a great
uuu-aga upon ueir. neutrality, nut tbey will
bave to pocket this, as I hare been aa forbear
ing aa they can expect, and nothing but the
aeiiug 01 too impoiioy 01 Dnoging on hostili
ties between my country and France makes me
suDmit witn anything like grace.
1 nave tne nonor to be, very respectfully,
' Your obedient
JAS S. PALMER, Com'g.
Hon. GIDEON WELLES, Sec'y of the Navy,
Washington, D. C.
U. S. STEAMSHIP IROQUOIS,
ST. THOMAS, W. I., Nov. 25, 1861.
Sit At I expected, 1 hare to renort tha
cape of the Sumter, to the great dejeotion of us
an, tor nerer were omoers and crew more zeal
oos for a oapture. '
At 8 o'clock, on the night of the 23J, the
signal was faltbfullt made us from the shore
that tne sumter nad snipped to the southward.
Instantly we were off in eursnit. soon at full
speed rushing down to the southern part of the
bay, but' nothing was risible on the dark back
ground. ' . . .. i
A small ateamer, apparently one plying be
tween St- Pierre and Port Royal, wot off the
point making signals, doubtless for the benefit
of the Sumter. But we could see nothing of
ber as we proceeded on, so dark was the shadow
thrown ty tne high land, still we went on, all
searching the darkness In vain. ' So soon as I
had opened Port Royal Point, and seen nothing
on ine now open norizou, 1 oonciuuea tntt we
had passed her, or that she had doubled on us
and gone to the cortward. I then turned, keep-
Ins; close on the shofe, looking into her former
anchorage, thinking she might possibly hare
returned. ..
;No sign of her there. We continued on to
the northward, but When we onened tha nort.
..VI .1 L .Ll 1 - .- . " '
Doming i uw iuib way. . ,
We were now at fault wblcb way to steer.
Something like smoke being reported to sea
ward. I determined to start out. takine thedi-
rection to St. Thomas, to which place I was
anxious to return ere the tessel with our coals
and provisions should leare, nod thus check at
least small evil, for I now became hopeless 0
ever discovering the Samtef. -
I Teached this port this morning and found
that the Dicotab, which bad arrived on the 21st
from the East Indies, had taken In tow my ret
tel. with ber stores, and cone to meet me.
It ii of course all eonjeoture where the Sum
ter will next oruise. I .lesraed at 81. Pierre
that she bad purchased tea jackets for her
crew, which may. look like a oruise on our
Northern coast, though I question whether, the
le calculated for winter service In that quarter.
Should she continue In this riolnltr, I will
soon hear of ber from the, constant errivelt
here.
btU glad to uni3ersltn4 from tho Got-
ernment whether- th i.h tTT
-MK :M i.w in the case of the Sumter,
which gives her to great immunity, and makes
ereryoreign port her atylum.
1 WSJ Informed at M.,,i.. ,1... a
would regard it as anaetof war If I attack
ed ber within the marine league of the Island.
ST. THOMAS, W. I., Nov. 25, 1861. JAS S. PALMER, Commander.
ST. THOMAS, W. I., Nov. 25, 1861. JAS S. PALMER, Commander. Hon. GIDEON WELLES, Secretary of the Navy,
ST. THOMAS, W. I., Nov. 25, 1861. JAS S. PALMER, Commander. Hon. GIDEON WELLES, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, D. C.
By the arrival I of the United States steamer
that the United Sutea gunboat IroquoU was at
m;,Ti0imM.0rl 'l1 d.!7- AlM th Wp Mont
mo enol, of Bath, Me , from Lirorpwl with
coal fw the British Mail Steamship Company.
The oaptam reporta having been boarded by the
prirhteer Sumter and all bis nautical inttru
ments taken from blm. hnt tha hin ... .11
ed to proceed 00 account of the cargo belonging
to British owners. '
[From the New York World.]
Will there be War with England!
We conceive that the aiuwtlnn of n.. .
war between Euelund and tha s...
depends mainly upon the precise shape of the
utuieuu woica i.ora i.yons is instructed to
make of our Governmont. If that demand It
limited to a ctalm for an apology, or expression
or regret, that Commodore Wilkes did not do
otherwise, the right use of language can easily
remove the difficulty. But if that demand is
made to comprehend the surrender of Mason
and Slldell to British protection, it can be met
with nothing short of a point blank refusal,
and, if England intitU, the settlement must be
made at the cannon's month.
If the position of the law officers of the
Queen is rightly stated namely, that, though
our officers might have had the right to stop and
search the Trent, tbey had no right to settle
theqtiestiou of contraband, but ahould bave
takon tho VCBbl-1 into nort for adiiidinatinn
there need be no serious dispute on that point.
uur uu goreromonr, in tact, uts already ad
mitted as much. Secretary Welles, in hia late
annual report, said: "The oromot and decisive
action of Captain Wilkes on this occasion mer
ited and received the empbatio approval of the
Department; and if a too generout forbearance
was exhibited by bim in not capturing the ves
sel which bad these rebel enemies on board, It
may, in view of the speolal circumstances, and
of its patriotic motives, be excused: but it mutt
by no meant be permitted to eonitituit m precedent
htreofler for the treatment of any cote of timiiar
infraction of neutral obligation! by foreign vet
tela engaged in commerce or the carrying
trade." Indeed it does not admit of a
doubt that the regular conrie would have
been- to have brought the vessel into port,
and subjected her to regular trial. The mo
ment the English captain protested, aa he did,
against the removal of the rebels, be should
have been met with the reply: "YoU will
please sieer for New York, sir." Commodore
Wilkes omitted to do tbis from kind feelings.
tie wisnea not to delay tne malls or Incooveol
ence innocent passengers, and be did not wish
to aubjeot a valuable vessel to forfeiture, thouch
the prise money would bave enriched him and
all his fellow offioera. Had the ressel been
brought to New York by international law she
must have been taken to some American port in
case of seizure there is little or no reason to
doubt that the District Court would have con
demned it fir conveying contraband; and, with
auob an adjudication, England, whatever her
own opinions in the premises, would have had
no remedy. Bach decisions are forever con
clusive. But if Ibe British Government chooses
to take exception to tbis "too generous for
bearance," aa our Secretary styles it, we sup
pose it has the right; if so, ungracious as it
may be, it will devolve upon Secretary Seward
to express bis sincere lerret that Commodore
W ilka, did not tekl tk. Teaut Into a JAaaavleaa
port for forfeiture, and to engage that hereafter
all trading vessels bearing, her Britannic Ma
jesty's flag, carrying contraband, shall be dealt
witli in strictest aooordance with law. An
apology and an engagement for the future, qri
mat import auu coucoea in courteous terms,
would cover tne wnoie ground of complaint, aa
we now understand it; and England could not
avoid accepting such an amende honorable, un
ions tne is Dent on forcing a war upon us.
Such an attitudo would cost us no sacrifice oi
dignity, would relieve our naval officers of an
invidious discretionary power, and, by the rich
prizes it might secure, would advantage both
our gallant sailors and ths finances of the na
tion. - - 1
But if the British government, not content
with tbis, demands the restoration of M"n
and Slidell to the shadow of the British flag,
there must be an absolute refusal, let the conse
quences be what they may. This nation can
submit to no such humiliation aa surrendering
ber own citizens, even though they be rebels,
to foreign authority. We can no more make
such a surrender that guilty citizens may be
screened, than we could that innocent oitizece
might be oppressed. For no purpose can we
allow a foreign government to stand for an in
stant between our own government and its citi
tons on its own soil. Even though the capture
might be wrong, the Injury would have to be
settled In some other mod.. No independent
nation was ever sunk so low as to deport any
of lis subjects or permit tbem to be deported, at
the bidding of any foreign power, unless for
crime committed within the jurisdiction of the
latter. It Is idle to say that, the mode of the
seizure in this cose being at variance with the
oourse of law, the parties concerned mutt be
placed fa ,tatu fik- To put tbee men back
upon the Trent, whence they were takon, would
be simply to subject tbem to be taken again and
the reseel itself with tbem. If they should
lsare Boston harbor in a British ressel, direct
for England, nothing that we bave ever done
would, in the slightest decree, affect our right
to overhaul the snip carrying them, and bring
it back as a lawful prize any more than a crim
inal who bos been discharged because irregu
larly arrested is thereby exempt from a second
arrest made in due form. If the known pres
ence of these envoys on board make the Trent
liable to seizure, which the English lawyers do
not deny, the same fact will make any ressel so
liable; and nothing that has occurred can change
our right in that regard.
Plainly, then, satisfaction is not to be sought
in that way by England, If she feels herself ag
grieved by our "too generous forbearance."
To surrender with one band only that at the
next moment there might be a more regular re
capture with the other, would be a faroe which
neither nation could afford to engage in. The
world would langh at such tomfoolery,' The
only befitting oourse for us it to give the apology
for our short coming, and to promise that we will
make thorough work next time. If England
should not be content with that, we might as
well conolude at once that she is ready to use
anr pretext to force war upon us, and that we
oannot too soon prepare for It.
Tbe.falmerston ministry bas, for some time,
been hard pushed by its opponents, and ia on a
precarious footing. Doubtless it is ready
enough to seise this opportunity to strengthen
Its position with the English people, who know
little of international law, and who are all in a
passion at this imaginary insult to their idolised
flae. But tbouctn tne ministry, tor purposes 01
their own, msy humor this popular exaitement
to a certain extent, we do not believe tbey wilt
allow It to push them Into actual war. There
Is let no authority for saying that tbey have in
strncted Lord Lyons to demand Maeoi and
Slidell nothing more substantial than ues-
paper talk. In all probability no snob. demand
will be made. Not even for the sake of cottoe,
nor for the gratification of Its aristocratic bate
of our institutions, can England afford to de-
firlve its starving millions of our bread, or to
et loose thousands Of privateers upon her com
merce, or to see an ol ber north American
provinces wrested frOm ber grasp. We may
expect her to keep np a pretty brisk fire it diplo
mats reclamations for a while, but It is alto
gether probable that nothing more serious will
come from it, If our people maintain their com
posure, and our Secretary of State exercises tbe
right discretion, . , , ,
from
ssrere Illness et Belfast, Ireland. , ,
hh
AflTMiaoiy u Aaraset,
ONLY PREPARATION
. ..... THAT HAS .-
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
every. aj j '
And tutlmOBltle. b.w. and ahmet vlihi t..nh.
mlttt be given from ladle and mUma u. .11 ...
e moiety, who anitad UaUmony bod. amid miit,
that Prof. Wood' Hair Reetoratlvewlll re. to re th bald
and gray, and prowrr the hair of the youth U Ud age,
Inallltayoathful beauty.. 1
i Battle Creek, Mirb.4 bee. Slat, JSW,
Paov. Wood: Th. wilt plea, accent 1 Una L.i.fr,r
the that the hair en my bead all fell a .
ye.rtago,cauad by acoaiplloated ehrocio diteaM, at
tended with an eruption oa the bead. A eonUuual
oar of luff.rtng through 11 having rdud me 10 a
UU of dependence, I bar. net bees able to obtain tul
for sap, neither have I been able to do then up, In eon
aequeaoe of which my bead ha (offered extremely (rem
cold. Thlt Induced me U pay Rriggf tt Uodgw almoat
the lait cent I bad on earth for a two dollar bottle of Shy
llair ReatoraUve, about the Brat af Auguat laat. . I bar
faithfully followed the dlreoUooauid tbe bald tpoc la now
covered with hair thick and black, tboagkaBwt, It ia
alao coming in all evei my head. Peeling eosBdent
mat anotner large bottle would reetore It entlrolv
and permanently. I feelaaxlcua to pra.vrv. lu
and being deatltute ef mean to purohaee any i
would a the. if the. wouldaloet bewllliag to 1
mi order on thine agentt for a bottle, and reoelre I
. I feelaaxlcua to pravrv. lu lu uw.
nnaae any more, I
wllllae Ui h.I mtm
an order on thine agents for a bottle, and reoelre to thy-
elf .the acrtptur declaraUon "the reward la to thoie
mat are line toe widow eoaihefaiherlM.."
Thy friend, bUUANNAli K1BBV .
Llgonler, Noble County, Indiana, Pob. 5th, 1859
Paor. U. J. Woobi litar 6lr:ln the latler n.rt of
the year 1858, while attending the But and National
Law bchool of the But t New York. m hair, tram a
can unknown to me, oominoed falling off Ten m-
1.1. . v. . . 1, . . . . . . - . 1
iuij, .v wia in ui. wwii nk ui .ix m on tin, tne wnole
upper part of my acalp waa almoat entirely bereft of It
covering, and mueh of tbe remaining portion upon Ibe
aid and baok part of my bead abort I v arter baemeri,.
a. that you will not be eurpriaed when I tell yon that uu
on my return to the But. of Indiana, my more cuoal
acquaintance war not o much at. loa to iacvr in.
cauae of the change in my appearance, aa my more lull
mat acquaintance, were la i-eoognlae m .tall.
at one made application to Uw moat akillful uhni-
elau tn the coantry, but, receiving no amnrenre from
tbeai Ibal my aalr would again be restored, I wa forocd
to become qMOoolled to my fata, until, fortunaUly, lu
tha latter vLJbt the year 1857, your Reetorative aa. re
commended to e by . druggiet, aa be Log tb mod rein
bla Hair ReatoraUva lu ue. 1 tried one bottle, aud
found to my great aatltfactlon that It wa producing tha
deeired effeot. Bins, that time, I bare ated amu dol
Ian' worth of your Realoratlre, and a a remit, hare a
rich coat of vary eofl black hair, which 00 mone cau
buy.
Aaa mark of my grautade Ibr your labor aod kill lu
the production of aa wonderful an article, 1 bav recom
mended It uh to many of my friend and ecuueliitam-ei,
who, I am happy to Inform you, an aauja it with like
effect. Very mapcolfully, your, .
A. M LATTA,
- - Attorney and Oounwllw at Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, and told by all deaien thrunxh-
out the world.
Th Heatorallv m pat up la bottle. f three akea. tie:
large, medium, and imall; the email hold. K a pint, and
ratal li for one dollar per bottle; the medium hold, at
leaat twenty per oeot. more in proportion lhaa theuull.
and retitli for two dollin a bottle; tb large bold, a
quart, 40 er cent, mere la proportion, and null, for ail
bottle.
O. 1. WOOD a CO., Proprietor. 444 Broadway. H.w
Vek, and 114 Market Street, St Leuia, Mo.
And eoldby huukuts a baiiubL. Oo uuibui. uu...
and by all good Draggtita and raoey flood lealer.
aprUKaetweowu.
PE0F. WOOD'S
MTOIATllfi CQBDIAL
. BLOOD RENOUATOa
I preolaely what It. name ludleatee, for, wbllu
ipleaaant to tb U,U, it 1 revlrlfyi eg, exhilarat
ing, invigorating and itrangtbouing u tha viul
power, and at tha aama time nttvi&ee, tetn
tvbtalac, and nnewa the Blood in all iu purity, aud
D thua at onoe ration and rtndtr th tyetm in
tmintrabl to attack! ofdittatt. It ii the only
U cally and aklllfully combined aa to be ttie moit.'m
l pewerful tonio. and at tha aam.tliae o perfectly w
rjlian of nature, and hanoe will uxrtJl th waaiee'ii
tpWomacA, and ton up tb digeUv organ, andfl
itnui ana, an nerrou. ana otner irriuuon. It u .w
jjpeneotly exhllanUng, and at the aame tim.il ie!
Qloompoaed entirely ot vegelabtee, yet o eouuiuud aa)
liu to produoith nut thorough touic effeot. with '
unit intianiiir in, niDiuiHi An.bMn.w... a. .... r.
1
Ia remedy haa long been felt to be a deiideratum to fs
ihe medical world, for It need no medical (kill to f'
ia tnatdebility follow all attack of diMaw. auu,
proceed and Indeed Uy tb. ryitem open 10 tbe'LJ
iuidieui attack of maoy of the mod raul, aucb.lM
(or example, aa the following: Uoaiumutioo. lu ,"
0
Idigeition, Dyipepela, Loa. of Appetite, PainliieM.
rij
1
Nerrou Irritability, Neuralgia, Palpiuiiou at Um
lieeri, neiaaenoiy, a igniBweau, Languor, Uiddi
neae, HctenUon of, a. well aa Paiuful ouainiaied.
&
too prefu, or to lean I Sleuatruatlon. aud Irnl
hog of the Womb. Theae all depend upon guuer.t
Uebility. Thia pure, bealthy, tonic Uordial aud
IBlood Renovator to aa lure a aura aa the iuu tJi
d
irl and tet. Then li no miauke about It. Butlf
iihla la not all. If liie n.Um la wAakanad. a. ... I
"I
rtppen tobtuouaattaeka, tb. liver becomee torpid,
ur win. ai.ea.aii, wa aianeya reiu 10 perioru.il
wieir lunouon, auu we are troubled witn KaidlU;!
ana inconuneue. 01 urine, or Involuntary Un
charge of the aama, pain lu the batik, itde and iw-l
1
kween the ehouldera, exceedingly liable to elixbt I
0
Koiu,eougna,anu u uucneoked, aoou waactatiou '
Ifollowa, and th patient coeadowa to a iniauir-
grmre. But apace will not allow ua to enumerate It
th. BMny 111 to which we ara liable in a weakened I
Uondition of tlieeyatem. But we wUI aay, ia Uiui
lUordiai ana Biooa aeoovalur yy have a yerievt,
ale, pleeaani an esewlual remedy lor lun i
Appetite, Blllouneaa, Plata lenct, weak and i.-k I
Stomach, Languor, Liver Oomplaiat, Vbtllaauj
rever, or any Billout attack. UoaUrenea. Acidiu,
kx to stomaen, tterveuineaa, Steuralgia, I'ai'ut j
uonor tne Heart. Venreauoa of Unlnti, fon-i
jj'
Pimplec on tha race, or any dueaae arialog from
moan blood. ank aa acirurulA. Krvtu.la. Uhm. ii
Phiila, OoBgh, ditaealt of Breatbuii. aau alt Uii!
pcuat of aiaeeae called leaiala wtakneea, aud M
enumentod above. Wa will alao at tb traveler M
iexpoaed to epidemic., change ef clltaaU and wai-1
ler, will and It a pleant, aala and un reuwd) Jj,
aad Bona should .Tor travel without. Read.i,, f
.Si
try It, for wa iwur. you you will flud Ia It a 1 mod
Indeed, aa well ai a friend la seed. All pereoneof
ledenury habit will find it a perfect pneenUveell
0
5
at wall aa our for tboee allmanta to wntoa tney are:
paruoularry xpoaed. Hence minielerMtudeaui
lorneji, Uwrary tentlemen.aud ladlei who ara no;
aecuatomed to much outdoor exerciae, will And it
i tbelr advantage to keep a botU eoiuUantly en
band; and, abev all, motnara, er the becoming
not only wth all tbelr acouatomnd atreugth, kuilta
van and he from th Ihouiaud ailmenta a prev-ir
talent among lha female portloa of the world. In
ihort. It is indeed a motiier'. cordial. Try it, old
3
Land young; ao longer run the Uk of delay; It will
relievo ana prove iteeii eopnancaiiy a tnra
Me. Oordial and Blood knoalor.
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O. i. WOOD , proprietor, 444 Broadway. Mew
York. and 114 Market Street, Bt. Loaia, klo audi
kiq oy nuuattia at iiauii., uoiumoui, uuio,
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and all goovl Drnggliu. Price One DolWr
per Bottle. marcb-W-dAweowly
OOLTTMriTJO
Machine MannfactDriDg Coinpaiij j
. , t MANDAOTtlUBa or '"'' -"
STK1M; ENGINES & BOILERS
Oastingt, K Ul-tHutag, Ka.hlaary .
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AM BOS, Sap'l , if Akf BOB, Tna
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185H-tf
B AI W & SQTJ,
No.'2D South High 8 treat, Columbus,
A rn row oryiRisu,
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Dren Good, tt K. valui
V WW yard. Tiavalln
Pfy oanie. . - . -KOOyardt
Traveling Dreie Ooe.li at ISIf, vt'ua 0 et.
SHOO yanlt Bogllih Beragee at IV value eeate.
llWflyardafraaekOrgaodlaaUUit;, value eeua.i
900D yard Pat Oolorrd Lawn at 111, value 15 eenli.
lino yarda t ouUrd Draw Bilk, at 37, ralue SO eeau.
ISUOyardl Super Plain Black Silk at Bl OH. value flWi
Rohee ef Orgnadle Serine, aud Hogliih Baraga, at ece
half their value. a - . - r . .
H 1 , , a- j T ; RAIN St SON, . .
,).., ... .-..' . 80 uth High Street.
IlEPEl-I.Aff T OU WATEIl-PBOOr
CLOAK CLOTHS. AIM, other make of Spring
0 toak Ohnna, la All darlrable mlataiw bludinri, ttt
alian' Buttcoilamatok BAIN Si SON,
aprilS , ; Ma, t South High ttiwt '
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