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V. i'w ,1 2 U -i.l . 'J f i. w wife ill. r - . i m ii a im , 1 am mT'K. At MW- mmw Am JAv m " . ' h l v. . M . ML. mmW - . . - AT TN. ' 1 v VVI ly I l I v X ' AL. IJ . f I MM JV Ai M II . . , ,4 f OL; 7IIL N0. 231 K'NJSWSERIES .COLUMBUS; OHIO. SPWMY M0RNII,G. MARCH 9. 1 ' "a 1 i ,;. i Mi i'.-.l SIX DOLLARS PE2 YEAR, Invariably In Advanc, .-J 0 AiX. TEI-WEEXLT AJJD WEEXII WANYPNNY,& MILLER, CT Office Km- 80, 81 and 40, Forth High ft V x TBRJIB INTAEIABLT IS ADVAHCB. v'duy. . j-v.. i . , is oOperyW A " By the Carrier, per week, ia etnts. . trl-Weekly., '...,.... , g 60 per year. Jrn ( AdverUsin; tr qumree D square 1 yeai . . . ! 00 One " t mofctfci 18 00 Onl squar 3 wseks. . $4 00 On' B weeks.. 3 00 On " 0 month! IS 00 Oh M - 1 week... ) 75 ne " 8 month! 10 00 One Sdayi... 100 One ' t) month! B 00 One " 8 day... 75 One " 1 month. S 00 One " ' 1 Insertion 80 Displayed advertiiiments half mora then the bore 'tin , Advertlementi leaded ud pieced la the oolamnof jni.eciai notice!," aouou int orainary rant. 1 Alt noticee required to oe putmanea or uw, lent rate. ii oraerea on uie iniiae oxciuitveiy aner we tint week per oent, more then tne above reteei bat ill inch wil ip peer In tbeTJri-Weekly without oharge wlnei! Card, not exceeding five lines, per year. In. lae, s? ou per nn outsiu Notices of meetings, eheriteblee ooleUes.flrt eompanles, See., half price. .... All trantfmtt adtertUtmmit tnurt oi paid or to , , ndvane - The rale will not be verted (rem. ' . Weekly, umo price ae the Daily, where the advertiser " sejthe Weekly alone. Where 'he Daily and Weekly ." re both used, thon the eharge tor the Weekly will be ;. air the rte at th Daily - e No adrertlKment taken ezoept tor definite period. ;;; BUSINESS CARDS. ,j ,,,i(Mtwia raej( ' imm amneiKii mm & CHITTENDEN. . .. t . ,!,i-ry V. ,f" II I J it - COUNSELLORS AT LAW, QOi TITST-tail ; Street, "', '" ' ';"'l0ffleM f" ''.) f N E W YORK. l..i un to Hon. J am ei Monoilef, N. T. Superior Court. Bon. II B. rayne, Olereland, O. Bon. H B norS-flm Hunter, Lancaiter, 0. . .vj;i.xr. jr. ---Attorney and Counsellor at Law, , NOTARY PUBLIC, OmOO Ho. 97 BIOH BTHIIT, ODHON BUILD ING, opposite the Bute Dome. " ' . Collection! and other matter promptly attended to. Keferencee given when required. ntrvS-ly .... . ! aEEonx-y Blooixioa, (Latoof rhaIon'iEiUblIilunent,N.T.O ' 1 PHUPBIETOH OF THE NEW TOBK , 'ehleoeble flbarlnj, Hair CutUnf, Bhampoonlnf !, Coiling and Brewing Baloon, , , , ) i South Hlah Bt., over Baln'ia Stor, r.pwhere aatuiketlon will be given in all the Tsriem branch. . Ladiu' and Children'! Ealr Drawing don to the beet We- . t ecplMly " GALT HOUSE, Ko.tl78 fforth Eigh Strdet:: COLUMBUS, OHIO. TmS HOTEL, IS BUT OWE AND A , HALF SQUARK e from to Depot, and pereone ar j i nrtng erwlahlng to take paaae on any f the train, will find the Gait Uouie decidedly a convenient itop plng place. .... , nrri naked tip at all henri of the night for any moderate,! mlt the. time.. i J enlSS - - ' "it .AUCTION AND 1 COMMISSION ROOM. .i ;j - ' , THE SUBSCRIBER HATING TAKEN a teaee en the Btor loon "3Sro:"ll- Ea'st Btate St.," ha opened It Man !. Ancticn & Commission Boom! He I now prepared to receive) on Oommlaalon every deeoripUon of property, took ai Dry Good, Groceries, llqaora, Furniture. Carriage, Bonee, ete. Be alio Intend to devote hli attention to aale of Real Batata and Penonal Property, at any point, within twenty mile of the city. , i , :- ' ' ' - 1 Abtction Sales Every Evening. : OonilgnmenU respectfully cliotted. j W. B. KENT, Auctioneer. ootlB j Olnmbus Wholesale Liquor Store LACELLE ROSS & CO. . 5 t COMi! MERCHANTS,' UIPOI TBRB AND DBALKR8 IN Foreign ami Bomestio Winea, Brandies, ate! lie. ALBO, ' J OLD RYE, JVIONONGAHELA & BOURBON WHISKY. WARtnOUBB AND OFFIOB, m BO0TU HIGH STn COLUMBUS, . OHIO " .!: ; ep8dllr 1 COLUMBUS i ! nnr inTiTiiTr IliO 1 1 1 U I Ca Ttae Beat Artificial felp to tlie i unman Migut ever luwented. ; JOSEPH 8. PEBLEY, PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN, TTEEP8 THE LARGEST ASSORT IV aiuit of th. moat Improved kind of Spectacle. All bit fllaaiee, whether for near or far-itghted, are ground In eoneavo convex form with the greateet care, o at to nit th Bye of all eatea, earing Weeknee Diealneee or InflammatloB of the Byet, and Imparting ktree.th for Ion. rMrilaff ar line eetotne. Office, IS Kast Blat ftreet, at Seltter et Webtler'i mono own v ang5-dl Shooting Gallery, rpHB anderrigned fcer leav to Inform hit frenii JL that he ha fitted ap a i 8H00TIKQ GALLERY . , m? r t v - ri- ; t VERANDAHON STATE STREET. Uood Ouni, Air Gam, Piltoli and Rafreihment. novlJlt CONRAD BIOBABDB. Winter Arrangement. Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS. For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis! ! it r .J .. u - tr- Through to Indtonapolia without Change of Carn, , - Mid. but OaQ Change bf Care betwoerj Colambna and St. Louis. On and JiStr Monday, Novertxber . . 11 Four Trains Daily from Columbus. FIRST TRAIN. HIQI1T KXPRK8B, via Dayton, at 9 a. m., flopping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Middletown and Hamilton, arrlTlng at Oinelnnatt at 7:40 a. m.j anA at Dayton at 5:0Ja. m. eonneetlng at OlncinnaU for Lonleyllle, Vln. cennee, fit. Loula. and all polnte Bonthweat; arrlrlng at Bt. Lonii at 1130 p. m.; eonneetlng at Dayton for Indlanapoiie, Lafayette, Terra Haute, Chloago, and all point Weit; arriving at Indlanapoli it 10-40 a. m. r 'V .. ' , i SECOND TRAIN. ! ACCOMMODATION at 540 a. m., (topping at all uona Between Do lumbal, Cincinnati audi i Dayton, ai ririni at Cincinnati at 1031 a. m.. mil at Dnim t 8:38 a. m. eonneetlng at Cincinnati with Hall' Line Bieamtwau tor lonHTllle, ana at Dayton for Indlanap Vila nuu uig vib. .1 THIRD TRAIN. XXPRBBSatl:55p.m lopping at Jeffenon, Lon- don, Oharleeton, Xenla, Comic, Morrow, Bo. Lebanon, loittr'i, Loreland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati u.w p. m., at iayiou at a p. m. ; eonneetlng at Oln with the Ohio aad MluUllppl Train for Lonlivlll, Tin eenne,, Bt. Loaii, etc, etc., arriving at Bt.. Loal at 10:45 a. m.j connecting at Dayton for Indlanapoli, La fayette, Torre Haute, Chicago and all point! Weet. JO9 For farther Information and Thraagh Tlokett, apply to M. Li DOHHRTY, Tloket Agent, Union Depot. Oolnmbn. : ' f , e P. yf. BTRADBR, " " , General Ticket AgAt, OlnolnnaU.': ' ' 3XO. W. D0H1RTT, I . ,:.'!, vi Agent, Oolumen, . ' ';: 1. W. WOODWARD, : I '' ' ' Bnperlptendcnt, Cincinnati. . voiHmra nov. iu, loot. -i. T ' R E Ri p y A.L'. WttUAM H BESTIEAUX, DEAIUi IN Groceries, Produce ' Provisions, . Foreign and Domestic Liquors, ' v; lts, etc. eto7' " ! BAS BIHOTKD BI9 6 TOM FEOJI NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET, No. 106, South' High Street, . -i -.-( i , ' i TheoltJltand rcoentl occupied byJWU. McDONALD B I In daily teeelptM NEW AND FRE3H GOODS .'. ' Which h wUlaell .. ' " Cbeap for Caeh or Country Produce Kj Good delivered to Olty trade free of charge. QI THE MUTUAL BENEFIT ; LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY, BlTldend Jannarr 1,1861,45 Per Cent. AS8BIS... $31250 50. Statement January 1, 1801 f Balance, per (tatement Jan. lit, 1800. . ... f 3,408,59? SO Received for Premium dar- ' ioc the sear 1SW) 4....17W.053 55 ' ' Beeelved for intentt during ' tue year ksou si,uit i i ' ii Total reeelDtt for I860.. ..1977.067 74 PaaOlalmabyDeath,S67,050 00 - ; Paid trouciet inrrerf dered 4LUI SS V" Paid Balarlci, Pott age, Taaet, , x ,s chante.ete....... IIM) 54 . i Paid Committlont to ... Actnte 51.33 30 V , Paid Phyiiotaat' be. 6,m n , PaldAnnume , ,1,617 00 m . . .1 Paid Dividend dar- ' ' ' : lag the year.... ,.166,500 75 585,001 63 411,078 14 Net Balance January let, 1601. . . 3,619,558 (0 A8SIT8. Oaih on band 10,6384 18 . Bond! and Mortgage! on Baal attate, worm aouoie ue amount loaned 8,327.841 68 Premium Hotel, on Pollclea y. .- , m lorce, en ry drawing a per oent. interact. 1.S7Q.8S4 17 ' Real Bitato 90,893 S7 LoanionBcrlp ' 5,03144 Premlam,NeteandOaihJn , v i eoarte of tratmnUilon. J., 45,343 T5 Total Aaiet, 3,813,558 50 T,5T5 Pollclet In force, Intarlng 20)486,538 1,435 ntw Pollclet have been Ittned daring the year. ' After a earefal calculation of the nreaent value of the ouUtandlng Pollclet of the Company , and having the nteettory ampunl In reaerve therefor, the Director have declared a Divuuwb of 45 per oenU on the Promt ami paid at the table ratet, to all policial for life In force, itioed prior to January 1, DJSO, payable according to the preaent rule of the Company. . . - Batearor all klnOaol Life Oontlngenele, Proipeet atei, Bttent4 and ApplleaMont, will be furnlahed wnBOSTCSaXoa, at Hi Unioe or Agencle of the Com. Pny- nunx. in rATTBKBON, Pretldent. . L. 0. GROTBR, Vice Pretldent BBNJ, 0. HILLBR, Secretary. ; tM JKa tvajCJSVllt oliTinii 1 No. 4 Johnson Block, ' March SH, 1S6U Oolnmbat) 0. VS7111iana Olll , ", , COliCBtBUSOIIlUJ , A ' AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSli And $bed Store," 'BIAUB IN GENERAL HARDWARE, NAILB, GLA88, lABB, PtJTTS','cORDAQB, ) Platola, WoodAWilleT ware, Kthir aad Rakber Belting, lae Leather,' Hoe aoi king,-. jj.-.'i i;;.-.--.. . l - - wbl-d1 " . Ia4ieg' linen P'ooke'Eandk'li'. Bmbroldered i Linen Bandk'i all price. i.v; ,, " nuuiueoaaa plain do, d oo ao . . ... colored ha di colored bardia. Wnnmlnv An ' black border. do do newityiacroaittltehed. rl-M nneappieao newpattehi. Mltwi' Plain aad Hemmed nutthxl a .ii Oompiialng the meet teleot aavortment th!. .n. . 4 1 ai I nil . ,. ,, . r . v X frttS y r' ,5iti. 1 at boh,; MttthlghBtret; ;) 1861. 1862. Winter Arrangement—Time Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND CINCINNATI RAILROAD. ConneeUngatOrettlUie with the f ITTBBCBGR, PT. WAxNB As OniOAGO RAILROAD U Ibr Mttburght. TUlaMpMa tmd BalMmort. Mto . l,.,orT9rtWayntmdOhtatoli' ! Connecting at Cleveland with the LAKB BHOBB BAIL , , ; ,':-t , BOAD if? m '! ..( ,- 'or Dunkirk, Baffalo, Albany. Betv ton, ana new xerk. v TWO TRAINS , DAILY,' ' i ; ..; SXCBPT SUNDAY,' " from Oolnmbu, in onneotlori with Train! on the LITTLE flUJH AND COLDHIBIll . i.ANDXIiniABAlLROADS, i .,) rr - ........ i IIR8T TRAIN. NIGHT BXPRB88 Leavei Colunhn. t 2 50 A . M . will leav paiienger at all Utlona, Hop at Delaware V..UUDWU, uucaa, a.iion, ana at an ttationi nortn 01 Oallon, and at all other itationa upon elgnal, arriving at Cleveland at 0:20 A. M.. Dunkirk 4:2U V M. n.ir.io 0:05 P. at Albany 0:14 A. M.. Heir York 13 hi., Beaton 1:30 P. M. ; 1 ' ' , BECOND TRAIN. I NBW YORE KZPRKgA rlM riolnmhn. .( H p. M.; will leave paiarngert at all iUtloni. Greenwich, Rochealtr, Columbia and Olmtted being Slag ttationi, thi train Wilt, not atop for paaaeagera eaetpt upon lip nai. Arrive at Cleveland 8:30 P.M., Dunkirk 3A.M., BuBhlo 4:35 Ai H.. Alhan 4:1S P. M..Kv..i o '.n P,H., BoMealSO A. M. ' '', At Oreitllaa with Pltiahaivh.wt. w.n ni,in. RaUroad for Ptlteburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alio for Chicago. At Shelby, with Banduiky, Manifield and Newark Ball road, for all point on that road. Alio for Toledo. ' At Grafton, with Cleveland and loledo Railroad for Toledo and Chicago. At Cleveland, with Lake Shore Railroad for Btle Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boiton. Patent Sleeping Can are ran on all Night Trains to Chicago, New ' : jYprk and Boiton.: Baggag OimUH through to JTu Tort and Botton lia Omtland; alto, to PKUaddphia and ' . , . , , , i,Ato YorkioOrWn. ! RETURNING. Night Kxpreai arrlvel at Oolnmbat at.., 1:30 A. M. Cincinnati Bzpreu arrival at Oolnmbat at 1:30 P. U. Fare ae Loxr ae by any other Route. Ati for Tickets via Crtttlint or On:land. E. I. FLINT, "V 'f ' Superintendent, Cleveland, Oble. JAUBB PATTERSON, Agent, , Ollambot, Not 18,1861 uoiumtiut, Ohio, 1862. 1862. EAST. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS TIME CHANGED. )HuHH'"'l' s. -riHr'--,""e- CENTRAL OHIO AND STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE RAILROAD, UNITED. CONNECTING AT TirTSBURQn WITH THK ' Pennsylvania Central Railroad orria .the . . Sborteat, Qulctteet and IWost Beiira. viv avucj co ait laiiern Ultlea, . Trains Leave Columbus as follows: , VIA BtlLAIIUI. vu moenviLt. Kxpreaa. mornlni- vat una. Mi 13:35 P. hi i 4:00 A. M. 3:10 P. M. 4:00 A. aaaivi at lrxLAiaa 9:10 P.M. 10:40 A. M. ' 1 aikivb at nrnaoiort 4:10P.M. 8:45 A.M. 4:10 P. M. . 2:05 A. M. aaaivB at BAUtmna ' 3:10 A.M. 1:00P.M. 3.10A. M. 1:00 P. M. ARsm at lALTntoai 8:20 A. M. 5:30P.M. 8:20 A.M. 5:30 P.M. . aim at muaainrtA.' " T:40A.M. . 5:20P.M. 7:40 A.M. 5:80 P I M. r . irtW TOM VIA. AIXBTTflWH, w. T. n.l..s V:5U P. M. . ll.00 A.M. 9:54.M. via raiiAOtxrinA 10:15 P.M. 1:45 P.M. L'45 P. M 1013 P.M IGpSIeeping can on all night tralnt. " Ttae Only- Route from Columbus to Baltimore, Philadelphia or : ......... ... New York. ... f WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS. Thlt train alto connect! at fiellalr with the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. , TTlThli route la 30 MILES SHORTER to Pittibnreh and more than 100 MILES SHORTER to New York, wan iiuruiorn fine. D Baggage Checked Throngh to all inv portaot points East. . - , ' . ! CT Ask for Tickets via BcHalre or 8teu- benvllle. . . ; . ... V O" Tickets Good over either Route. ' JOHN W. BROWN. f ' Genoral Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R. ' IRA A. nUTOHINSON, , General Ticket AgehtSteubenvllle Short Line. ! Oolumbut, Jan. 25, 1802. 1 Machine Masalaetoring Companj St 1 m.'J...'j..'HiJ.J.-...' Xik. u.' i .' r 7 UNOTAOTDU. or STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS. taiUtga, KUl-eearlug, aWhinj. h 7 ' r ,;,r1""t ZV- n tairocvcl 1 Wort , Of BVKI DESORirTlOM., I- - I , . ; '. a . , ; ,roi.oiiiBii, VillO. onAB. AUB0S. Snp't. . . . ; , P. AMBOB, Treat, deell, 18i8 tf " .... . , !T0iTHEfPUBLIC. fTH AND AFTER THB let DAY Of S janUAAi n Dai, wewiuieuail oar good!, With, oatreipeottopenontorpartlei, H,;, , JFovlOa,&lx Only. the oaih tenfii tow enforted by Bailer. Jobber,- ponera, wi compel uiu anaouncment. . . -.l i.a us': p-' i'"BAIlt"'a BON. r -,..f.r!-l 'i-:.U.i Ut i 111. CALL At J. L. CILL ftOW'O 9 m NORTH ,'IIIQII STREET, AND 8KB tat LAB8E8Y STOCK, THE GBEATEIT VARIRTV, ! ' , v, r;';.'''''r!"ViV..-.... ' ; THB MOBl' BEAUTIFUL PATH RNi 7 : or- STOVES , Ever offered to the oillaen of Oolnmbn THEY HATB COOKINa 8TOVE8 FOR COAL, ' COOKING 8T0VE9 FOR WOOD,". I.,::-.-:. ' i " AMD COOKING STOVES .'" " i 11 lor either Wood or Coal CO OK ISO 8 T 0 7 8 for Large Pamlllat or Small Vaalllei, and varying Price from Three DoUars to One Hundred and Twenty-Five. PARLOR STOVES, Of every Price, Blae and Variety, for Coal or Wool. DINING-ROOM STOVES, ' ; HALL STOVES, ' ! Of many Pattern!. i ' . 8ITTING-ROOM STOVES, STORE-ROOM STOVES, . OFFICE STOVES. ' Army Stoves, ; ' ' Both Cooking and Beating. j The Lightest and moit Portable Tent Stove ever offered to the Officers of f oar Great Army. FURNACES, 1 for Heating Dwellings, Churchee, 8tore-roomi,or other large Bulldlnge. LAUNDRY STOVES, Por family Un or Hotel i MOTT BOILERS, ' .. - ' ' i AGRICULTURAL BOILERS,- - SUGAR EVAPORATORS, SUGAR KETTLES HOLLOW WARE, . DOGG IRONS,' ! j SAD IRONS, , . ,; I TAILORS' GEESE, And many other articles "or any other man. ' ' KT OALL AND SEE. JJl , " No. 92 North High' Street, : ; COLUMBUS,' OHia i J. L. Gill & Sun. ... .. i .. . i ' : n.iv2Mf ., ; 6 11 EAT CDB E j DR, LELAND'3 ; ANTI-RHEpiATIC BAND' IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR Rheumatism, Goat and Nooraigia, AND A BURN CURB f 0B, . , ... j All Mercurial Diseases. It it a conveniently arranged Band, eontalning a med icated compound, to be worn a round the Waiat, without injury to the moat delicate ptnoni; no change In habit of living I required, and It entirely ramovM the dia eaae from the lyrtem, without producing th injurton eueci annng irom uw u powenai innrnat medi cine!, which weaken and deatroy th oooititutloo, and give temporary relief only. By thli treatment, the med icinal propertlei contained in the Band eome in eontaev with the blood and reach the diaeaae, through lhporeo of the akin, effecting In every tnitanee a perrect care, and reitoring the parte afflicted to a healthy oondltlon. Thli Band la alao a moatpewerfal Ajrn-Mnccaut agent, and will entirely relieve the ayitem from tnoperayiciowe effect! of Mercury. Moderate caaee are eared la a few daye, and we ar oonitantly reeelving tettimonlali of it! efficacy in aggravated eaaet of long eluding. Faica (2,00. to be had of Drugglata generally, or ean be lent by mail or express, with full direction for a, to any part of the country direot from the Principal Office, Ko. 409 BROADWAY, Vnr York. ' j ' G. SMITH & CO., Sole Praprlotors. ". B. DemlpUve Circular! Bent Ire. - A. J. 80HUELLER a SON, DRcaatrrs, Aaain, No 277 B. High St., bet, Friend and Mound, Oolombos, 0, IO Atrente Wanted Everywhere. , mh88-lylterlatt.dw.. ' ' - : ' Master Commissioner's Sale. Bam&el A. Moore, for the uie of Court of Common -i. BUzaketa Enawerth, rieae. November Term, A. Henry O. Stanley et al. A. 1301. TVTTIRTDE Or Alt ORDER OF SALE JLj to m directed from Uie Court of Common Pleat of franklin county , Ohio, I will offer for sale at th don of too uourt nonso, in ma 0117 01 uoiumous, unto on Saturday,' ftet 8h day of Marob, A. D. 18C2, at on o'clock P. M., the following described had aad tenemente , tltaate in PraakUn eounty, Ohio, to wit: - All that traot of land iltaate In the townahip of 8 baron, end bounded ae follows, being lot number eeven In Mo tion number four, township number two, range nambsr eighteen, United State! military land; and alio that nther traot of land in said towaantp and eounty, and described aa follows: Being lot namber eight, in seotion number four, township number two, rang namber eigh teen, United Btate military arvy of land, except eighty acree old off th east end of the two tract, about two yeare ago, the balance hereby conveyed being about one hundred and eighty-eight acres of land, more or Appraised at 925 per acre. , i .. . .- , O. W. HUPMA,lherUI, i" 4 ''' and Master OommrwiooeTt, -PrlrAgfee4IO.,t,'', - -t 1 febl-dli,wtdN .if, f - , ; - rjjr :'""') ' til mi,- , Dally, peryear...... ,., ,ri-Wkly,p.,Fw. 1 J?,' ... ,, .....,..., 01 3 00 ' i IN ESCAPE OF AN INDIAN SPY. f017PAW.r? 'If!'!;! W'rtag th NUN of 1794, mall Indian nann. ..,.:i. ' SlnJm n.M floating on th. bolom of the Ohio, opposite, the mouth of the Scioto -r . y wuum leem oriin ue deslgaof oreroomlDg the downward motlnrj of tbeeurrDt. ae aa to keen tbelr lltila rwui Utlonafjr. Thel ea arer llxed opoo the orthern abore, whloh they toaooed eagerly, ud and down, and their featoroi bad an auiioua and troubled 'enrmialnn. ; 7 "There! by heaven 1 there he Co(Bei!, erled one of the men ealled Tnm. inrkino- n m- a die and alralghtening up hlmeelt go anddenlv a f a I A anaai tka a.... 1 Atn a J .aymayay; WiaiDfi UJ VMUVU. "AWftTOt aUUDOftQ-- Wavot you'll Jive to be great man yel, In tptte oi the red devils who've more than once q id oioae opon your oair. Now then for the abore, Natl Giveaway, lad,-gtve awayl" Aa he ipoke the HtUe craft was beaded to the Ohio shore of the river, and both men plied the paddlee with 10 moon vigor aa to almost lift the oarjoe from the water. Ai It Beared the bank, a jouor man, In the freeh vigor 01 healthy maobood oame bounding throngh the buihea, with a rifle la bis band, and atopped, heated and panting, apoo the edge of the Stream, fflannln qutokly, nervoualy and luaplolodaly la Brerv direotloB, and then flxiog hi eyes eagerly upon ... lui.uiijg uu. ooaioeiy waa It brow to the shore, when he leaped Into it. and with hi momentum sent it rolling and dancing backward for aeveral feet. ' . 1 1 "Ah, tbank Godl thank God! heexcUUried, wltb a lone breath of relief, aa h annb Hr in the bottom, almost exhausted, while b la pom paoiont made vigorous use of the paddlea, la putting safe diitauoe between them aud the dan. geroua ahore.. 1 ' 1 Hcaroely a word was spoken til! they bad past ed beyond the middle ot the river, toward the Kentucky side, and ielt themselves compva. ttvely aale from savage marksmen, when the ene oalUd Tom, laying down bis paddle, dropped down betide the new-comer, and seizing bttb u. uauu.,iu, win oeep and earnest feel ling: ... . - , . 1 "God bleat you, Dnnean! you don't know bow glad-1 am to have you safe wilh as once more!" ..; v - 1 . . "It's as rood aa a new lease of lif!" tM Vat. taking off his flexible hat and heirlnnlnir t tan his heated friend, who still seemed quite faint and exhausted.' , , 1" "Ha! wbat'athlsT" cried Tom, la alarm, be fore Dunoaa could reply. "Blood blood, as I live coming freeh trom hi side! Are you badly wounded, my dear fellow! Why didn't you tall aa at flrstf" i "Vtalokl Quick!" exclaimed Nat; "faf4ia a knifecot open bis drees and let us Aorat U.' .--I., v. I. - - The wound wainot so serious as had been feared: A well-aimed bullet had shattered hia powder-born, and sent some of the splinters in to the Aesb, braleing and lacerating It, and caus ing it to bleed freely; but there was no internal injury done; and Tom soon announced, with a bright gleam or joy, that there was no danger to be apprehended. ' ' , Ho now proceeded to carefully cleanse aad dree the wound, while hi companion quietly paddled the canoe near to the Kentucky ahore, and then tent it gliding down the stream, I i nese tnree men, wltb oo other, were what waa known in western parlanoe as Indian spies. They were employed, during the season of navi gation, to range up and down the Ohio river, from Limestone (new Maysville), Kentucky, to the Big Sandy, the western limit of .Virginia, for tbe purpose of detecting the presence of aoy marauding eavages. and (lying timely warning to the ascending and descending nacket boats. aoma of whloh bad been previously waylaid aad captured, and their passengers and crewa either muraerea or dragged into a terrible captivity. In fact, tbey were now on their retnrn from con veying an upward boat, which bad recently been fired upon and one man killed and two wounded. Un this upward trip they bad taken along their present canoe, in order to float down with the tide; and had they kept to the water,' probably no accident wsuld have happened; but a little below the Scioto waa a well known deer-lick, which the one called Duncan wished to visit, in pursuit of game; and leaving hia companions in charge ot the boat, to await hia return, he set off alone. His return we have seen: and what happened in the Interval, we shall now learn from bis narration to bis companions, as tbey all floated down the river together. ' "Well," said ths wounded man. "after leaving you, I made ths best of my way over to the deer- liok. keenine a .ham lookout far nmn. hnt scarcely thinking of XndianSonce, Having got to - . ' - v r n - toe iiui, a ouneiructea oapiial Dllnrj and lay down behind it, with toy rifle ready to take any. thing that might eome in my way. I'd laid there about aa bout, I reckon, and was begin nlog to think it wouldn't pay. when all at once mere was rustling oi some bushes near me, aud out stepped, right before me, not a sleek buck, aa I hoped, but two grim savages, armed aud painted for tbe war-path. You'd better be lieve I felt mighty uncomfortable iust then, for beside the faot that I should certainly be dis covered wnere i ley, ana that there was no pos sibility of my getting away unseen. I could only kill one with my single ebarge, whloh would leave the other tree to revenge his frissd's death on me, ,,;, ... - . . t-n.. "However, you know I'm not one to think long upon future consequencee with lire In dian coming closer every moment, and so, taking aim, to make aura of ene, at least, I fired, and shot him right through tbe heart, so dead that he scarcely quivered after he fell. I expected this would frlghtea the other, and snake him- run lor eaietj, a short distance at least, which would give m time to load and ttae, and thus put ma on ao equal. footing with hlm But to my surprise and the honor ot the savage be It known, ba never dodged a foot, bat merely glanc ing at bia companion, aa he fell dead beside him, he turned a sharp, angry flash upon the spot where I lay, and threw his rifle forward for a return' are. - . W ell," says I to myself . 'if you're not seolna to run, old fellow, I am!' and springing to my feet, I went off wltb a bound, and be came after me with aylL . . " . "A few slept took ma into a cover of bushes. and the way 1 went throngh them would have boenaoauiion to any thing before me. Even In mat snort space l gained upon my young pursuer, and when I reached the more ooen wood. I veiled back my Joy, thinking I ahould soon be able to tree aad get time to toad before the howling Imp could get ap to me. 1 1 knew I could outrun blm, but that I didn't want to do I only wanted to meet him on equal terms, and let It be bis scalp ot mine. . . mA ; ' Well, I hadn't gone far In the wood, before I oame suddenly opon a fallen tree too suddenly to avoid It and in attempting to leap over it, I got caught among the branches and was brought up to a dead bait. Before I could extricate my self, my purauer had get near enough for a good anot; and stopping and raising hie piece, he took qqlok aim and fired. ' That was nigh to end ing. the greatness Toni is aiwaya preaching aooutviof l leit toe wma oi tne nan as it sung peel my.beadj r ..n . r .)... i ... f. ,.- . . 'Now thee, Mr Indian," shouted I, whipping out my xntie 'i m reaoy to try enance wltb you,' alnoe neither of aa haa a gun loaded:' and were aotually making toward each other lor the combat, when heavena and earth! the whole wood seemed to suddenly become alive with screams and yella, and Indiana to the right and left came tearing through the buihes.i n, i "There was no use of thinking oft fight now, and ao, turning back, I went over the fallen tree. and made a forward movement that 1 flatter myself would have been no disgrace to a little race hoiee. Luckily, no Indiana were ahead of me, or this story might never have been told, but they were behind roe la numbers, and on Jmy right and loft flank, and were al) coming for .I'MllMt I" tr1.-: " '!P J. me with such music as I don't wish my funeral ' 8 i . . ...... ''"Through the hnahn. n,An ,t. ..... J L".?, the riW. wt-le.plng, .w. r.i?'.1'''"? oa aoagmg with the rw. n 'i "ot r ' yelling and StaFaL?'! " bai' ,tnM ""oweve?, and oi huL a ' wawnj you have dreseed. I felt mil T,lh9b 00d'n"ln. il believed f-.T ,?n,eDt to '! down a dead man. I de- turned and made my way to the river, shouting E. "2 "th'70 might boon a lookout hJ?"'i'AC? ll0he'I BJ. my bravo com fh.nl' n 5 V ga6i f ever "d 1 fervently thank God for hie good providence!" t f .?rDd ,2U,,,1' ,,,iTe,t0 be reat man yet "l.,oa.don t.'' "led Tom, enthusiastioally, But tbe Dfonhprr nf T. .aoii-j to tbe hero of this exploit was no other than Duucao H'Arthnr. afwrwirrl . n.i.:. srai, a Member., oi Congvess, and Governor of omw oi unio. . .. , . i Soldiers' Letters. The following letter baa been addressed to all Ueneralt commandiog departments, in the! ex- peotatloo that .tbey will cause tbe informntlon to be communicated to their respective command!: Post-OFFICE DEPARTMENT, APPOINTMENT OFFICE, Feb. 26, 1862. Sis: In order to nrrveni '.. t. ...:i losses of valuable letters mailed by soldiers In tbe various camps, Ihls Department rmnimniii that each commander of a1 regiment, or a brig ade, sha.l appoint a truntwortby agent into wnoae nanus all letters from soldiers containing valuable inolotures, shall be placed, with pre payment by stamps, and tho register fee of five cents. ...... . . . . , It should be the d lit nf aiinh IffAhl. t n A liver such letteia to a nn.inion, nAa,.rrRn dally, or as frequently as mails are eent from SUCh OfflOe, With tWO Hats. Showlnc th n.mn f each writer and the address of each letter; one list with the letters and registering fee should be placed In tbe band ot the Postmaster or Registering Clerk, who shall sign and retain one wpy uu mo ma cine m big office, with the date when received. A fallnra tn not.t in. creases the danger of loss. It is reapectfully suggested that yoa take such order upon the proportion re the inlereets of the aoldera under your command shall require. I have tbe honor tOhs, ... . , . Your obedient eervant, JOHN A. KASSON, First Assistant Postmaster General. The White House Ball and the Exposed Frauds. Two things are revealed in Wanhinftnn correspondence of the Springfield Republican, vis.: that Mr., Lincoln Identifies himself with the contractors whose etartlina fr been expoeed, considering tbe exposures as at- oa opon tne Aaministratioo; and that there baa been a atrong feeling at Washington re garding the propriety of the recent PreninVntial jollification. The iTepuMieoii'a correspondent wrote under date or r cbruary 5th: "Thegay dance which is to come off to-night at the White House produces much talk and considerable indignation among tbe members of yongreas. i can give you a better idea of this leeiing.as it exists among a class of members, by relating an anecdote which I know tn ha true. Two or three davs since Mr. Lincoln aont word to Mr. Dawea. throuch a brother men. ber,thathe(Dawe)had done more to break down the Admiuiatratton than anv other man in the country, by his speech exposing tbe cor. ruptions of contractois and others. Mr. Duu eent back a message la reply to the Pceeident. 'Tell him," said Mr. D., 'that nothing that I can uu win Dreaa aown as Administration so rapid ly as tOIS dancing OltrtV. given at Lha time when tne nation is in the agonies of civil war.. With equal propriety might a man make a ball with a corpse 4a his bouse!' It la said to day that a large number of Senators aud members refuse to go to the party, feeling that it is an improper aa wea as an impomio act at tue present time . PEOF. WOOD'S nun i in 1UM1 BLOOD RENOVATOR Hi Is precisely what it name Indicates, for, whllci pleasant to the teats, itio revivify! ng, exhilar.l- log. invigorating and atrenithaninr u th n.il bowers, and at ths same Urns re.ivlfle.. rein. Iitates, and renews the blood in all iu purity, aoJ thua at onoe rtttont and rondtn Um uMtn t. 'wuliraU4 to uitack odltoam. It it the only :,..iw.uwa .in vu.niix mi ui wor.M, oo enemi oally and skillfully combined as to be the moil .poweirui wnio, ana at ue ami time so perfectly .UrJI ,. mmn an, 1 . - . . . . ., . w, nr. " u,n.iiw,WWniMIO Villi U, U lars of nature, and hence will tooth tho wtaJtttti li'b(omacA,and ton up the direative ormna. and thoa allay all nervous and other irritation. It ii j penecuy exniiaraung, ana at tne same time It Isl fa compoied entirely ot vegetablee, yet ao oomHned lal to produce the molt thorounb. tonic effect, with. feat producing any lnjurloui oonsequences. Such m raueoj na. ion. Boca rail to DC a de.itlerntnm n Ilk medical world, tor itaeede no medical skill to K that debility follow! all attackaof diseaaa. and proceed and indeed lay the aystem open to the liyaiiuou. aiuwu i many OI Uie moil latal, such, iuc muijjio, m luiiuwing: uoniuaipuoo, in. iuig.uuu, v.vinia. jajm m Appeuia, j ainuteii, Nervoai Irritability, Neuralgia, Palpitation at ihel uuari, meiancnoiy, k ignt sweats, Languor, GiddJ- ne, Minni 01, aa wen a rainiui oMtractd too nrolan, or too seant ilenitru.Hon- and s.n. log of the Womb. These al 1 depend upon general debility. Thla pare, healthy, tonic Cordial and Blood Renovator ie assure to euro ai the sua to rise and set. There is no mlsake ahoal It. But thi 1 not all. If the system Is weakened, we are lopen to bilious attacks, the liver becomaa tumid. lor worse diseased, the kidney refute to perform! uw luwuuua, w. w. mrm tronDiea witn acaidmg kod incootinenoe of nrioe, or lnvolantary die- enance w uiv muuo. pun u tna dock, aidn And hn. tween th ahouldera, exceediniiv liable ta .uhi lcolda,ougb,and If unchecked, soon emaciation Ifollows, and the patient goe down to a Dnrnu.ru it gnm. w mi, not snow ut to enumeratet tne many ilia w wnwn we are liable in a wairn.i (condition ot the system. But we will say, in lb.nl bj(umu uo smkm fumovatoT yoa nave a perfect, Ut, pleasant and effectual remedy for loss l AppeUte, uuiouanese, Vlatalance, weak and lick Stomach, languor, Jjlver Compkdnt, Chills and Paver, or any Billon attack. Goauvenen. Am.m. (of the Stomach, Narvouaneaa, Neuralcla, Pabita iwiih waan,vcpn.iu ot Bplrltl, Korea, Fimplesen the!ae,or any disease arising from mnnn. hlnrtd ....... . a a.VA,. I.' : i rl . ft ' , .uu VU.L..UM., J .iplM, "I UU TitU,orb, dlfflcnltv of Breathinr. and all ihnt Wlaas of disease ealled female (reakne... and mi Unomerated above. We will also eav iha traveler li r, will And it a pleaaant, sale and aare remedy, mam .w. ouvhiq over travel wiuioat. . Header. try it, for we assure yoa yoa will find In it a friend, indeed, aa well ae a friend in need. All perron of mdentary habits will find it a nerfaot un-rantiv. nfi las well a care for those ailment to which they are, parnouiariy expose. Hence mtalster,itudenu,at lonsoye, literary gentlemen ,aod ladle who are noil aocuaiomea to much outdoor exercise, will Sad it, to men auras lag. to keep a bottle oonitantly en head; and, above all, mother, or those becoming! saoat wiil go throagh mat moat dan geroua period not only wth all their aooaetomad etrength, bui laafe and free from the thousand ailmoota ao prev alent amonK the female portion of tue world, iu lMrUitteiBdeedaBMtber'eecrdial. Try It, old! umdyoong; no longer run tne risk of delay; It Will relieve and prove luatr empnaacaiiy a Metiora Mee Cordial and Blood litnovator . O, I . WOOD , proprietor, 444 Broadwsy, Ner, fork, and 114 Market Street, Bt. Louie. Mo., an,: Uold by BOM-UTS BAMUltL, Onlumkus, Ohio. and all good uruggiite, fries- One Dolu per Bottle. . , marchJd-JJiweowl, VERY STYLISH STHIPBD CLOTH BBAWLB, to pew dealgm at f.3 00 Value 00. 1S00 yard! Super Plain Black Silk at (I 110 -Vein Bl8Saa4.i. .:'" - ' ' - 1 rewh Merino, wot Value 87 Kote a yard. 7cnu vsiueSi OOayard. BAIN a son oHer1--""! ' No, SO South Hlghi .oi B'"d UlBBONS TAOS, AN D RO0PE8, pew tt let, Jail opened by . , , i ' - . - . vain at rvn, pvHS,-niC,7. l-VO.I ,H.MBoutk,Uih tUsas. CQ11L i Do you wknt Whiskers? Do you want aMoustacha ? .. , ltta P"rcha en bottl of . - , E. E. CHAMP IOH'S ' ExcEuion mviGonAToa: The world renowned Toilet the ml ..iii. . ,l. m ever offered tbe peopls of the nnlid a.... irk. . arllcls Is the only one seed by th I.tnch'i In totdoa and Paris It Is In universal at.. . .. , , ,. ' THB IXOBLSIOa Whisker Iavigorator ! I . Is aBsaullfal, Beenomlnal. Snnlhln-. at.i.i... Oompound. acting a u by magie upon the roots, oaut- ..6,T.r", ,f ,7. ""orient roard. If applied to th acalp, It will cure BaLin.. .a i .a ... oording to direction, it will aa to tprlnr un la bald poi. annegrowtn or nasH, sorr sua. THB 0KLEBBATKD ; Excelsior Invigorator I Is sa Indlipsnsabls a tlol In every Oentleman's Toilet, aud after one week's ase they would not, for any eoniid eratlon, be without it The above article will, in Irom four to eight weeks, bring out a thick let of Wnuxaai or MOUSTACHE! ' , , . , , Tkaaubecrlbert are the only Agenfe for the abivs ar ticle In the Ubited States. . v They would also announce to the publlo that tbey ere Agents for , . - NAPOLEON'S HAm TOILET ! The only article ever offered to the French people lhat would CoaL kTuinrrr Bawl ths above Toilet being macutaotnred for the aole benefit of Louts Nspoleonl which article Is new Indispensable to hie toilet room. The lubtcribera, fceliog confident that thlaToiletmuit neeeemrily Uke tl.e place of all othera ever offered to the public, take pleasure In expreiilng their contllenc. in the article, gaining it from practical as. . The Napoleon ' Hair Toilet Will OrJSL BTBilOUT II. 1. In Kofi. ailkn Blln. Curls, tbat will remain in shspe for one day or one week, it desired, or any lonker period, if th direotlona ar itrlctly followed, which are very ilmple and eaiy. The Hair Toilet doee not In any manner Interfere with the Aalwral Softmu of tat Oair. It neither eesrche nor dye Itt bat glvei the hair a loft, tbrlity appear aoce. It alio prevento the kilr from falUno xlf and taming gray, , The Napoleon Hair Toilet l . ; Hu been before the public but a ort time, and hu al ready been tea ted by over one thouiand penon.i and they teitlf. that the N.Doleon HalrTnllt i. ih. beautlBer ever offered to tho American people. To prevent thia Toilet from hetnir nnnirriiii im. ltated by unprincipled perrom. we do not offer it for ale at any Iiruggiit'a in the United Btites. Therefor sny,Ldy or Gentleman who desim Soft, Lazuriant Hair ana uuriaDa liong, con vrnuiceri or Biouitacbe, can procure the Inviaorator or Toilet, cither or... fjr in. dollar, Incloeed In a letter, with their addren. Address O. W. BPEN v a CO.. Box 183, Colllnsvllle, Hartford Co. , Coon. And It will bo carefully eent by return mall, ft 123 ONLY PREPARATION THAT HAS STOOD THE TEST OF YEAltfc Arid grow more aud more popnla. ewery day I And testimonials, new, aud almoit withoat number might be given from ladlee tai gentlemen in ail gride, of society, whose united leitimony none ooutd reaist, that Prof. Woud'a ilair Restorative will reitore the bald and gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old age. in all iu youthful beauty. Battle Creek. Mich., Deo Slat. 1H5, Pxos. Wood: Thee wilt phase accept a line to Inform thee that the hair on my head all fell off over twenty years ago, caused by a complicated cbrooio diseaaa, at leaded with an eruption on the bead. A continual course of suffering through life having reduced me to a state ot dependence, I have not been able to obtain stuff for cape, neither have I been able to do them up, in eon sequence of which my head haa suffered eitremely from sold. This induced me to pay Briggs Uodgea almoat the last cent I had on earth for a two dollar buttle of thy Balr Bettorattve, about th nrit of Auguit Uit. I bate faithfully followed the direcUouand Uie bald ipot is now covered with hair thick and black, though ihart. It la auoaomlim in M wet my kaA. ..a.. that another large, bottle would restore it entirely end permanently, 1 feel anxious to persvverve in its use. and being deatitate of means to purchase any more, I would iik thee if thee wouldit not be willing to eend ma an order en thine agents for a bottle, and reoelve to thy self the scripture declaration "the reward la to those that are kind to the widow and the fatherless." , Thy friend, SUSANNAH KIBBT. Llgonier, Noble County, Indiana, Feb. 5th, IMS Paor. O. J. Woooi Dtar Sir: In the latter part of the year 1823, while attending the Stats and National Law School of the Bute ot New York, my hair, from a cause unknown to me, commenced falling oB very rap idly, so that In the short space ot six months, the whole upper pan of my scalp was almost entirelv bereft of iu covering, and much of the remaining portion npja the tide and boot part of my head ahortly alter became gray, ee that yoa will not be larpriaed when I tell you that up on my return to the State of Indiana, m more caaual acquaintances were not so much at a lose to discover ths cause of tho change in my appearance, as my more inti mate acquaintances were to recognise me at all. . at once made application to the most akillfnl nht.1- dans in the country, but, receiving no amnrsnee from tnem tnat my nair would again be restored, I waa found to become reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately, Is the latter part of the year 1867, your Restorative nuri commended to me by a druggist, aa bei jg the most relia bla Hair Restorative in aaa. I tried on bottle, and found to my great aatufaction lhat it was producing the desired effect. Since that time, I havs used seven dot lara" worth of your ftettnratire, and aa a remit, have a rich coat of very soft black hair, which no money out buy. As a mark of my gratitude for year labor and altll Uie production of ao wonderful an article. I have ruconi- msnded it use to many of my frlenda and aoaualntanres, who, 1 am happy to Inform you. are aaius it with liko effect. Very roepectfully, youra. 1 A. M. LATTA, Attorney and Counsellor al Law. Depot, 444 Broadway, and sold br all deale'm thmu.-h- eat the world. - The Restorative is pat ap in bottlee of three .Iim. ,ir Urge, medium, and imall; the small holds S a pint, and retails lot one dollar per bottle; the medium hoidia least twenty per cent, more in projiortion than the small, and retails for two dollar a bottle; the large holds a quart, 40 ereent. more in proportion, and retail, lor S3 a bottle. O. J. WOOD a CO.. PranrWnr. sal M.. Vo'k, and 114 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo. t. And sold by ROBERTS a SAMCKL. Oolumhur m.ln. and by all good Druggists and Fancy Clouds UmUrs. apnu:usweowu. HUNiVr WELL'S ; COUGH RAM ED Y. for all Throat and Lun Oomnlalnta. ineludn.. with. most perfect results, Wuoonno Coooa, CnaoNio ana' Cohkon Cocoas, BaoMOHUi. aaa Taxoav Comix. im, always forerunners of Ooruumption. As a Sooimn Svanr it ha no anpsrisr. freed from all Opiate or Kinetic properties, may be need by most delicate ouniti. tntions, and with perfect oonadance. . , tlUNNEWELL'S ' CELIiBllATED . y; TOLD ANOpyNE. Th On bat bit Ntoi Omii ever 'offered Iu th world, eontalning not a particle of Opium, nor any iub stanee but Its strictly vegetable and medical propurlMa. A sure Remedy far NsoaaLou, RusnatTua, Ooor, Tooth airs Baa Acaa, CATaaaR, Rosa oa U Fsviat, trad all minor Netvoui Complaints. . ... ' foa Loss or Blo, and Ueadache'ln it ia vanetiee, It has ae equal, and to which molt undoubted Icstmoai. all sre offered, ; Foa DtLiaicai Taiuxm it la a most pfrfeet remedy. '' ' Foa Down. CoarLaiNTS, after removing the pain It acts aa a phytic a moat Important eoqtraet with th (oaatioa- lory effect ol Opium. . To Physicians, Formulas ai.d Trial BotUsswIU he scot and to Dealer or luvalid a desorlptfve pampt.let without -po.wre-.uuup. , . . i i. . . . ' prepared nadsr UmspeoUl supervlsios ol ' v ... JOHSi 1 UUINffltiWKLL, . ,' I i . t osmtart am maaucasrisr, - ! Ko Oommerelal Wharf, Boston, Kat. Cowbom please direst all onmaanleationa. P.icee Ui ue Cough Betsedy, SO eent per beNi. ' i-' I .. , Small ,.. , S3 . ,-? j Tola Auodyne, ' bit " " I For sale by tbe usual wholeaal and retail dnilers. SvcrywrnTO.. . KOBBKTB a MhtUBl. N. B. MABPat, - i, H. DSN 1.1. joun a. cook, . a. dkniq AfONs A.J.SOIIIJKLLKUasuS, Agents for Columbus, Ohio. ' j mayl7-ls 1 COLBElt Hil l. KHIHTS.' I .... OOLDKN UII.L SHIRTS, , ' uoLuua ein. aiiiRTs. ,t . , the psttern or Oieie shirts are new. The Bodies, Token, sleeves and bosoms are formed to Bt the perron with taut aad eoro fort. The mark npoa each oo dnignatiug the 1 site may be relied on at kelu g correct, and each siilrt I guaranteed well mads : A fall stock of all outttsi conatAntlr for sale at - - nnv ii j ..: ' . .1 Wo. Beam Itlgh ttrest,"''