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DAILY MORNING LEADER.
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E COWLES & CO
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TERMS OF I)AILYAND TRI-WEEKLT.
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Daily far least tkaa ate Vrar, &0 I riu rr
Terms of Weekly Lieader.
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r-e u in. 1.K vltKH woold I., haxiail to itsuslioos...
Weil 1 lothcnisetes. and th-.' tin VP, act- irdillf tr. reduced
tlx sanp-riptiou ,, m the WEEKLY LEIf".ltloro
,'ubirnlu.t: IKlLLAK AND EleTY CENTS
Lertear. and OS'! lsul.LAKi.raiinvi4si.in 1
oa-rm. ioi lowing tndia.-euiei.ts toriuhs:
io carta.... i3. Uc-u.
15 IJ tu as-
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m tiropy.lo Ciulis.wbere the dim ot iL. .ubscriusT i.
written ,.n it. An extra .-( allowed to le(ulM
ke Club for his trouble.
Invariably in Advance.
f"3Pcr.s forwardmr order, tor astow-riptio., wllbowt
nacd not e i ici I ti lereit. uj altaalsou.
TEkt.MS OF ADVEKTI"It.,
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Att'ys & Counsellors.
aPEO.S. CLAPP-ATTORNET AT
VJTla W.lliilTt KY PUBLIC. OlSce am .MrBriJss
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TT sTTOnTk UISH-ATTOKN V
f .11 Law N. ii Sjpotior Slr. I tonlauj. Ol :U
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arriiiiSllYs AT LA
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1 .nermr si . Clef eiaOd. 4blfi
t wriT.M MSO i UlUDLE. AT.
V iiii:MI'VnA1 LAW. OSr. -N.i HI. ucenr-5
rietcUud. 6 1LLIAM-'J.N
VlT xniiES C. U A LD W LN ATTOR-
Vne. aJ Couuacl. at Lavt-OEcc 21 Siln I . . jner
4 1U Haiti.
IALMER k AUSTIN, ATTORNEY!
X Al LAW, ('Art uter ui-iv ia. ilaiik .
XSPEil. J . V., ATTORN EY AT LAW,
V Warrm . tnuiliuii Couuir, OLu. 4c. .OT -.
M ..-if -trft ' d"-a3'-
lTp tiiUil A- PARSONS. A'iTOR-
1 vi i-c ir I u ti.-.. Pnvai Bi-k. auDer.or-4t
1-3- r c p JlSOV3, XTiiiteJ Stale l o4U46ia..nrr, aa.
M'-tri-r.-mxi'- g,r ii"fi"T nli.iJJ
Iroot In. A liatti kiarul.is r:tpre )
A GREAT STOVE!
T. Barrel, af Flaar Bake ia II Haar.
WITH 43 POINDS OF COAL.
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WANDS & KIN
I I LV E HOI KS. wild Krt) TUfOr P.! l t i. H
""'STEWART'S COOKING STOVES.
.a . i s -t w i-.'.- ,n-k i th ui .fiiinz,
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r- , ... t.r Wi Tr.'Ui et-Oieh I l.ikl Hurt-
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A tiKEAT 'INST 111 floN,
arJi n a., a uiorn w.irt oT tlw bjkfr't ..7ta ib
.n t . ilt TV Utrail li 10 r.r f.ve liuthi l T o. in- a-i
FOH IHE 4LAlllii
TiT 5T:H-r STOVES
UtR SALE BY
JOHM ISGERSOLL tt CO .
IT " ',"r
KSU F.SAMELbD CRATE3.
T. MAHMN. f.O.'.t fl'liiiiu
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I ri'.H I ll ili-ai-
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s.-.i r -aa. . 1 i'.d UHt-'
.i,rU atyi-JS "1 COUki-Nli
ttCtiiBT iJUilaJ Ol STt' V ES
.WaBuaffarra Eiprttsty for th.t Market, nd
W arraMtd to gite otrjca 4itJ'a""
... . .n..i.,i -J wnn 11 altt-HlUient ol
Vk ivulea iiu i . .... ----- - --
baud U n.Lrll '. ? ' V iTi tv
ate. nil """ S4lr A.M ILL ht.
At Prices to Suit the Times '
A-.lkind.t-JdBBIN-U. BOt,FINJ.F. ETIiOlGII
,; i." V' J- 'M ","J "5 W'"'"""' OJ-1-'.
Iplemrall t. t" .n-ltasu eU ntr : a: -.He M
p''-BP.-aHatd CooL Ft... t
toJTSeach. w u TIHRVIV.
Pll.rTll-AL HOISE ANI SHIP PLUtJBKR.
N , Pmrk Kw, Hark af OH t aart Haaave.
t A!" . VTTi? CTI"RE AND KEEP
A a r t m te a-orntet.i oi t optier.
Pan.. .Vine l-t leV-riKt.. A:. L Waelela-r a t o
fit" it liana, Stoe F.it.tn.aad a.lo.t, t am. le. lalta
" hm . 4 twettryvw ea7-ri.r ia tat. brsark
ol meraani-n. aid mo.! o, tro- li--t "'
..1 1 ...j. 1,1 tow 1 . 1 te. 1 roiiailcnl 01 siviar
lie aatl l-cttoo to ail wl aaav tavot tu. It. lt.eU paUJ.-
IJrant5 Till-. Coet. .ad Basin, alted P lathe
.iiVrsiuthee.!, .ad einair. atma-alv attended to
Jovn.ur eleeutad witn uealietaaand dtsoatrn
i lrvfluml I'lumliiui Uurki.
AT W tTFB BLOCK. KoOI OF SL PKBIOH slBCFT
J. II. llarnrs 6c Co.,
rrmp iTl F.NTION OF THOSE
.... TTr.TTlrs u- -vt aJi"Ae
araueo 10 .ii. - ,
R T II I N U UOOIB8,
n.t Wiar Fixtures nd Fonntsurt!),
Tke rewrote. kp et H k.W "-e-
""ei'A't PinMiti PlumbiB! Mattrials,
.rdowtLe .-t plrl wort. fBipnsui lAe.t
of diaerent sues ami pattern.;
U Wood..und Tuurrd Cir aud Zutc,
Load and Galvauiied Pipes,
tnc best and I slew impmaed
WATKS CLOSET h'lXTL'RES,
raara. Pfra. l'tllera. Hrasa
l.-lod aithcP.t.ot Stl Clnetar Co. .rrentlr latroliK--ljaadnutjroa.naanJtdlo.
17 --U.Wat, to ptoal
"""STEAM HEATIXO APPARATUS
fotiiCitiniDweliinra. Hotels. 5nr.fc ax . of the
A lar- and ettnenl lore, ol eipertennd w otkmen
. !;Ji!;uyTuaZd,i.pr4,-.ll-walteodl.. tepa.r. aoo
pjfi uraltcrrtv n n invited tnllie.r fan!ltj. r
a rioTtLS. KWKLH.NiiS. SHOPS. S.kLOO,N.
BATHING SAl.OONS.ltcl. . petlecl utaniar. "
I.V m.W .--etit-e i. is.. v m'
I'luuibinjaml Steam ti ork
PLUMBING ASD STEAM WORK.
PLCMBISG ASD STEAM WOEK
PLCMBIKG ASD STEAM WORK.
PLCMBIXG AST) STEAM WORK.
FLTJMBIXG ASD STEAM WOEK.
BARNES fc CO.,
h . Kemesi-w,
hi ti. im t urrr oi ail Knt i
SMALL M ACHTNI.BT. LATHES. MODELS.
laolliBS lilU for JtwelfM tnd Dtalul.
SEAL AND OTHEJ PRESSES afce.
TUBNINO AMD FINISHIC "V"
4M tape nor urawt. American .itdlnfa, I If""'.'0-
OpasoaiU) tax 4aUU bwit. I aaf li4
E. Cowles & Co- Publishers
CLEVELAND, THURSDAY MORNING,
-Office ao. 51 Superior street -
AUGUST 12, 1858.
Hats, Caps & Furs.
1 HATS ! HATS ! HATS !
S"k Bt - i ,Mlvi!.iHMnnfllll
LIGHT CASSIMERE and
u i, f,.uuj 41 )i4H44 It correpi4iil with tue tune. l
luiiVJS E STAIR CO S. liSuptn-rSt.
VERKTT HAT. SOMETHING
cknJ l..vr. t kil ai far ' isug ii
T A DIES'
KIDISG HATS AND
StESEC C1MIEEE HATS.
Arc twlltus be.mu-t
PEARL UASIMEKE HAT,
Thf k it UJ.: Itl'i A-sun
ut ..1 Fatiliiaiial.lc Blar'.
rj4-r kuu -ilk llt, t.
15 SI prHliR SfKKrT
8 1 i MM EH
In en-:.l m-l.TT. jurt fr-.Tiil at
L. Mrsfr:nh:r k sin. 7: sur-
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M t'.iitKi J, IwrAlruauil B.if
TOI NG MEN'S ST VLB OF iiLK
TS Jutt lvteMl- tnc priii ii-m ii ir
L-Jer JihuSJO 11-ase ...rnorSI
I? STAIR & CO.. AiiL i-iili
1A piuctl lu iBnuUiiLe
GEXTI. EME -V ' iS II ATS.
Tlte qaalitr, str'x ami Saiii of oor
SI ule of
SATURDAY, MARCH 6th.
L. Benedict & Sons.
7 srPF'RIOH WT
C A' Y E
the Ht for Ui seaenn ! JooJ
Call anJ tc thrtn at
E. STAIR k t O 'S
No. 15 uiienor-at
I. Fui. LlMlIL l aawrokD. tut ID atoaaia
RICE. CRAWFORD & MOKHJS
fhlt te CO Oral-
ili bi.i Hill, Miutra Hi U'r a-d n m .. oui.t.j iu
dVflu. v, lioiel saeetial PltT. t 'h-Tt-bilid, tU".
UtFr HEN'-HJ :
T P llaikly, Caj.li'T I'mi i.K B Ward irir..ii.
J. P.-rkiUi, Pfffc I tta'.ikll.iiini--, bit t , u.
KjiiL 1 Irtjrl nun o. . !:. -t
isiturr. e ..111. a.irarktri iissmj , t. -
Hut .t... Ivau i , do Bank, -is.
U ka Sutt-i, Cas. ir htk "iaran. brl. a!T K .
las Bni.... iKir.Hi.'J.t avajo . i.wi .v " -
mTi It ,1 in 1-2
1 8 i. .
C. l-E.SDLETOX 4 CO,
iEAI.F.RS (N LKHKj H, laAi K-
liner Hill. hlfue.a, tallluucv m- f -
C f Mj
t,.e No SOvia l t.a. ale. 111. ,uu.o..-
TEWRERRY LUMP COAX,. This
I ua,lit-ularlTadai.du U .mfMc purt-.tar. aa w ll ; a !
!Traiii -im! i.iik ,raj. b L4 rt Uic uiJariSi.i Atfcula
k'.r.lhr':n,.i""!. ..is. .iii-ti-..thdi
Mtrti ami t-.eii Je.i.re alanv (an o. me t.i . --"
rvli 11.1.4 i.ilt..i.lea..il leu at either -l i.ur i.miea,
VIOe4 li lllli." - ' - .. . .. ...!.,.
Uii.a.H.t' tiulunl a Haafa.iatl.No "''.l.-.'!.'!
tlYILL a aVHEIXKIL,
No '1 K,
! t . at f - t int. rit
V0v TS THE TIME TO 'JET IN
XI , out Winter awiil- w dalle 'ran';
dTjahicltroi Sio.ail Grate., wliirj, '.
... ...... H.rtl.lt i HtlUHUHO-.i" .
1 . .. uHi..n.u.h the Pout ortW pfiiwrcir at
Fames ii' 111. i I-";1 J- jr "r
leuJeJ to. Oifi.e. and 1 itJi". 1
k Pietaud at
1 at r . at. K. AtntK now. 1-" - ' '
j, MS It 4Y ro
. J. llertlmaii 6c toM
ii u'.to stt iJlA-TcUnd. Ohio.
iEALERS IN GOLD AND SILVER
ote. Foeien ... -e.
M mer. ui.J Laud w.rranta 1.1 wiii. i. . .
"? ''1'' Ne. Vork Srr.- Ste.Bl.tp
i iLeri.dt iii ineaditiMu , . ,.
"MVl L..e.T.lto e-,V.t.OJ.te. .M AA
L T LroituJ C.teUB.au. ami It. lard t T luttt.t I pal-
.lai.at pll at in. ao..-e - .kuM AN CO .
71 ft'sti-i gt reel. I'n eiu.l. tiiiio;
IA it I i .4)4
-' 7 . . . u t , w. sraNUaaT
THITMAN, lTAM'AKT tv to.
? Bunkers, and 4-eaL-rs m t orete. and uoaaew,. ii-
1JONNETS. A LAUui. MUtft-At
Xf rreatlyia-fpi pev&.
RON NETS '. BONNETS
it HXiejue anJ JtrraJ.
E HAVE JLST lai'tn a
reVVT. . V.; ra ot Ikl UM Ku Bv.NJiETS..k
M. ..B-r cneaper Lan ..er beloee. A!t. F RLNCH
k-irturli'S anesl ariieai aii 01 ei . e.
ESGLlSl do l"0N,
IT Ll'SIONS. KKLUS,
lulSEQ BLONDES. fcRA lia,
.-s l.,.. c to tl. Wl.'oHa . Retail
ATI L LIN E K Y G 0CDS. M ORG
Jl k HOOT are dsilr reeenn fr-wl Maennaetaier.
ai'iiiei.ai i...sKliaeati Mill.n.r, ikod.. and
art D . L.s--Il.db
'10 C--s B.- oi.U: T-ntirs;
fcrw CaT fTraaCat ai.4 Aifce.i VJfr.
. H.rilr.V'.,,. HeaJear. aria. a
Td WDo!e"let B,l.ataei.a nfl, Ua ,
..ruailnaHliUuiiiB" '-'"f-rrv M.LS STOBFv
nXi THE LADIES te fcave just
X reetired s l.rxe luuli toie, lot of KWHliik.44. f .ow
erT Feat .14. ul xik rtioiee and nw ri.atenala fei
W.ntM rlaaMl. all o, .Lire L. t le. tcutitt ,en cheap
id .,11 kaTw. a. 27, Ft. . t . r 4.E.. laaa : f '
1 ta:lr iu M.a. a i"' f:'
l-JL Superior at
TNOTHER INVOICE OF REAL
A ihtterork ot Rueai Ciab bousht cfeean.
Blael and Btown Sb ikrt Towels
Bim.le. Uoent, r ilioa-4-.rwrs and Sbeetinw
D.tnatk Taie U atara and C.otov Doiltea, Kayttu,
B" ONNETS '.-LADIES BONN LI'S
-Whav-' ltffhT -oo -nanroi thf-r. Cclwtii l-l5
a.u .n.awv wa. St .il I toil In Sll likfTlI Ell
- iMUft-rfti' -r a-Ai-i ' "nat t .m r 4.-'p
Will C C0j.-J.SM I aJkvaai lt oau ooe liin. (
morgan k rimt
wotrKet pi ires, al
CuTn.r biipenor and PuuIm: Snaare.
aTTsses flats and shaker
iYA-HlKHls Tne f .w.re -
bttpaimt . t t OM s.(r(,
ak-.-..ed .hi. y-AlR. G..io: Da .
KC DOZ. KID GTVES-The very
nHILPREN'S STRAW HATS-Ve
lko.eiti rece..e.Hro Awctl I . sre aloel i I 1 ee
kin sndL-Uiad Stt.w Ht sailai.l. lo. B.,,. .id ..
MU'a e4T -uirkw. ,loflir lori, per ceia U.I-W tie
s Hl.tn .10
CITY & NEWS JTEMS
THI BSDAY .UUKMNU, AIR. 12, lS6i
PLAIN AND OaNAMKNTAL PK1NTING
C4" Plata aitj Oraataeatal Pnn:i.;af erere descriDtto
&mj at the Pnottar EtfabUitmentof the htmdrr otiir.,
the latest imar Te4 and aajt ratil teaai pretsea. in th.
beat attic, o. attiat not it-e. and at reaauavabt. ratea. Par
ti -jlar atteuio. paad to blank wtark. Ererv deacnptiti.
BiaJta: dim.. .apeiallr Blank B-joka. Leje.ra, Joura-
it. SalesBo . Receivi.c Book., fcc. kc.
5" For late City News, we thinl page.
Far Market Ki ports and Uaiine N ews, gcefoartb
JuM.x P. Holt MaNcracroKY. Tliia estali
tttlimeut ia locAteJ iu the uorth-eaat corner tf
Hewitt' Block, anJ occupies forty-five feet
front on Wett street, and a good portion of his
works run back to the Ohio Canal. He rmplois
from fifua n to twenty-five men, ant runa four
engine lathea for turning purpose. ; one boring
ljtlie and an eirellent jioli.hing lathe. The
largest of these lathes has attached to it a swinj
Kit for turning levels Ani ng his other ma
chiuery laiy be mentioned a gear cutter, plan
ing machine, an upright drill, and a large quan
tity of shop tools. In his blarksuiith shop are
three forges, and all the necesaary fixtures lor
this department. Eight of Holt, stationary
engines are used in manufacturing works iu
Cleveland, which shows that his machinery ia
b.'it aptrcciatfd ft here best known. The en
gine that runs the machinery in Hewitt's Steam
Power Block, was constructed at Lis manufac
tory, and works admirably. Mr. Holt's repu
tation as an engine builder is among the first in
Ohio, and ia deservedly so
City Cot kcil The principal discussion en
Tuesday evening m upon the resolution in
traduced by Mr. Ransom some weeks ago, and
c tiled up at the last meeting, providing that
ixty five per cent, of the cost of public gas
lights be assessed upon the property abutting
upon streets where the lights are burned. In
support of his resolution, Mr. Rixo stated
as near as he could estimate, the cost of gas to
the city for the current year would amount to
an aggregate of about twelve thousand dollars.
A great portion of the citizens, receiving no di
rect benefit from the lamps, and living upon
streets where there were no gas lights, were
coin palled 1 Pv taxes for other streets. He
could nut regard this as just and equitable ; and
the proposition be had clT. red would do justice
to all. By such a method of taxation, the cost
of gas to the streets upon which it was burned
would be equal to about three and one quarter
cents per annum on the foot frjnt of property
abutting thereon. He contended that the value
of real estate was enhanced precisely in the pro
portion it was benefitted by the erection of the
gas lamps, and was therefore able to pay the
proponed increased tax.
Dr. Williams said he could not vote for the
resolution for a number of reasons. It was a
Mpectal tax upon certain fproperty-owners and
hould not be levied without this eoneei.t. He
contended that the lights were a general lie De
nt not Kaj wttrcsities and the re'itlents upon
all the streets were bem fitted . .a,, lights up
on tlte principal street.. This iriethua -f
sessiueut are not equitable U) those who have
heretofore paid taxes for gas and have not en
joyed its light upon their own streets, because
they had paid the tax for other streets, aud wete
now to be deprived of the benefits of such a
Mr. CorfiNBtssr said he was also opposed
to the resolution for the reason last mentioned
by Dr. Willmms. Those who had longest en
joyed the lights upon their streets ought cer
tainly to pay a larger per ceotage for past ad
vantages, which would be but in accordance
with the arguments of Mr. Raxsoh. He said
further that there was much property real es
tate in the city which was entirely unproduc
tive, and the value of which could not be en
hance! by lights. He instanced the hill from
the Cuyahoga Furnace to Pearl street on the
West Side, and said that nearly every man on
that side of the river who was compelled to pass
through that " valley ol the shadow of death,"
would infinitely prefer, as far as his knowledge
went, to have the lights extinguished in the
streets where they resided rather than upon
this hill. Vet the property abutting on that
street between the two points mentioned, was
almost entirely worthless, the rents from it
scarcely paying the taxes. So that to tax its
owners who derived no benefit from the lights
would be rank injustice. Aud much otber
property was similarly situated throughout the
Gen. 0 vi att was in favor nf tlte resolution.
He said that the finances of the city were in a
poor condition, and the city already several
months ahead of her iocome. He thought the
mode of assessment proposed by Mr. Ransom
would be just and equitable lo all.
Col. Ridlb opposed the resolution for the
reason, among others, lliat if the value of real
estate was enhanced on streets w here gas lights
were burned, such property paid increased taxes
just in proportion to its enhanced value.
Mr. Hr.LLts was in favor of the resolution.
It was just that the streets benefitted by the
gas lights should pay lor them. 1 here were
number of Wards in the city in which uo gas
was burned, and yet their inhabitants were
compelled to piy a proportion of taxes for lights
in oilier streets, which were of no possible ben.
efit to them.
The votes stood ayes, Messrs. Crawford,
Mueller, Oviatt, Ranvom, Reiner 5 ; nays,
i .Messrs. i timnuerry, Ltetmer, xierrwt, joLnaon,
Masters, McLane, Rider, Steppan, Thompson,
Weber, Williams, Wintlow li.
A Stiah Esoise Quite a number of the
members of the City Council are in favor of
steam fire engine, and paid men to run it. The
subject will probably be agitated before many
Ds.iw.sED Martin Lambert and James Ya-
say, 27 and 26 years old. Irishmen, both coal
haulers and special friends, cama to their death
in the water on alondayand lue-tday afternoon
The former fell into the river near Columbus
Street Bridge, while washing his hands, and
there being a strong current, he waa swept un
der the vessels anchoring in the ceighTiorbood,
so that his bady was not recovered until
hour and a half afterwards. He waa a sober
young man, scarcely a year in this country , and
Vaasy lived with his familv, (wife and two
children,) on Detroit street, West Side. He
bad been deranged for several data, in conse
quence ot disease and habitual intoxmtion, and
left hia borne after dinner, and wa, found dead
ia the lake not long afterwanla. An inquest
was held by Coroner Hartman, when it ap
peared that sssy eommKted suicide, some boy
having seen him jump into the water. Tlx
jury returned a verdict of "voluntary drown
ing mini oi mental derangement. ncrtui
THE NEW GOVERNESS.
BY CATHARINE BARTON.
" I tell you daughter, she will never do for
i governess," said the elder Mrs. Wallingford
to her daughter in law.
I shall make the experiment, at all events,
replied the young lady. The children have
had enough ot Alias crolton, so 1 am ueiermiueu
W try scinethin entirely different."
And Mrs. Wallmjlord, junior, took up a
book, ber unual way of ending a discussion with
Mrs. John Wallinoford, the elder lady, wa,
a woman of some strength of character, but
more inipenousnesi of will, joined to an un
bounded love of sway. She had successively
ruled her husband, her son, her son's first wile,
and, iu a niranuie, bis second wile also. But
iu the latter case, she found a strong opponent
in her graialsoti, Edmund Walliiigtord, uo, de
testing her with all the strength of a boy's dis
like, was the more inclined lo return the kiud
ness of his step-mother, and availing hiuiscll of
the privileges of an only son, tood forth Aer
champion on every occasion. Mr. Vt allinglurd
loved his wife with all the fervor of a younger
lover, hut he was of an open, unsuspicious tem
per, and no match fur the art of his mother,
whose unwearied endeavor was lo throw Con
stance into the ahade.
He would have been agonized at the thought
of her sufferings from any external want; be
could not endure to have her absent ; was fret
ful and impatient when ahe was away, but he
never asked himself if he treated her as the
mititreas of his house should be treated ; whether
he showed her that respect before others, which
would have compelled it from them His
mother had the art of raising a wind about what
ever she undertook, however small a matter it
might be. The act of placing a clean towel in
iu proper place, setting a chair in a straight line,
which had before taken a diagonal position,
wiping a tea cup, or tying up a flower, called
forth a degree of energy which perfectly aston
ished all beholders, for the great mass of peo
ple reldom remember that empty metal rings
the loudest. Poor Constance, whose love for
her husband waa far stronger than her natural
indolence, usually accomplished twice as much,
but not being possessed of the art of bubtliug,
found hersell overlooked, aud in real.ty a mere
cypher in ber own bouse. " Mother, oU will
a'.leod to such and such a thing ; it's not worth
while to trouble Constance about it," was a re
mirk which often palled the wife, while it filled
the old lady with triumph. On these occa
sions Eduiuud ryuipotliy was most dear to
Constance, aud the affectum which grew up
between them, was Ike tlut of own mother and
her son, in teuderness and strength, while Mrs.
John Wallingford learned lo dread the sarcastic
tone and Merrill" glance of one who, tlicttgu so
vouiitr, was so clear sighted.
J . f . . i i v.l
Alter a marriage ui ten yrnu, dim em-..
muinl had attained hia twentieth year, Mr. Wal-
lniL'lord died. His last sigh was breathed upon
the bosom of Constance, and his last wonls
were a blessing lor her gentle, untiring love.
After hia death hia mother continued to reside
iu the family. A rich, fair, and young witow,
(Constance was thirty,) needed a chaperone. and
she filled the office of dragon to perfection.
Constance was loudly attached to the memory
of her husband, and had her mother-in-law eon
tented Herself with wanling off undesired su't
ors, she had been a most welcome inmate ; bul
Constance, in the first violence of her grief, had
aliaudoned everjthintr to lur direction, aud
when she at length roused herself to action, she
found the sceptre wrested from her humls. It
is easier to resign than to regain authority, aud
K nre. lie.,, rive vears witnessed a secret
etrugole for auihority between u.. ., Indie.
The more amiable temper of Constanre would
robably have yielded, but her affection for ber
children, allied uy me co operation oi t-iuiuiiu,
marie her firm when they were eonoerned.
The Miss Crofton alluded to was a governess of
the crandmother's selection, but tdmund hav.
in discovered that when their mother was
auaent, the children weie treated with a severity
which destroyed both spirits and temper, in
sisted upon her dismissal, whit-'h ahe according
It must be confessed that the new govern s,
Edith Clive, was as unlike her predecessor as
possible. Instead of lorty nve ahe was nine
teen, instead of beins tall, thin, perpendicular,
and hard featured, she was rather below the
middle .Lture. but to exquisitely proportioned
von could scarcely deem it a (oult ; eyes of
which no mortal could ever determine the col
or : thev seemed to change from black to blue,
from blue to hazel, but in each change most
beautiful. A complexion which is often ruis
namrd fair, of that rich hue whose transparen
cy shows each emotion, by the quick varying
color which mantles underneath, from the deli
cat peach blossom to the deeper tint of the
crimson ruse ; and daik brown hair which
(brush it vigorously as she might, to make it
he smooth and orueriy as tuat oi a guverura.
should do) would curl in short, c tqoellisb look
er curls on her finely rounded loreneau. Ana
then her voice ! ber laugh ! no - lute s son
lone" could ever have bewitched jou bail so
much. What wonder that Mrs. John Wal
lingford thought her a very improper person for
a governess :
And vet sne liad oeen euucateu lor lata, vert
vocation, she was uie orpnan aim oniy cnuo
of a clerevman, who left ber to the guanlian-
sbip ot an uncle, witn me uirecuou itiaa tne
mm he had saved from a country clergyman's
scanty living, should be appropriated to her
education, one was accoruuigty euucateu w uu
a view to her own support, and ber first essay
in eovenestiiig was made ui the V) aliingiord
" Well, mother," said Edmund Wallingford,
who bad been absent a few weeks on a jaunt to
The Falls,' and the acrouipanying tour through
Canada, "how do vou like YoOr new governess
The selection was the great subject of interest
when I left home."
The mother's voice was drowned l.y the uru-
(ed expressions of approbation from his three
liit'.e sisters, who were crowding arnand him
with delight at his return, while little Lucy
( w ho. beinir at infant at the time of her tattler
death, had always been Edmund's particular
e e- l
pH) unclasped nrr arms irom ni. necs, ana
clapped her hands, as the drew a child's quick
comparison between Miss Crofton and Miss
Clive. and springing from his knee, declared her
intension of bringing down the latter Irom the
school room, that be might himself see the dif
ference without delay.
" Do not be in such a hurry, Lucy." said her
mother. " Edmanl will see Miss Clive at tea;"
and Lucy was kept quiet by stories of some lit
tle Indian girls her brother bad seen when away,
and an examination c tne presents oi quiii
work lie had brought them all.
Tea time came, but Wallingford forgot his ap
petite, which he ha J just before declared to have
ail a traveler's vigor, noticed not the stern
dances of his graridinother.orlhe half suppress
ed smiies of Constance, as he gazed on toe Sice
of Edith CiTe. And when she played ant)
tang her sweetect songs at the request of Goostance,
who took a mischievous pleasure
teasing the " old lady," the erichaiitmeiit was
complete. He had considered Miss Crofton
an embodiment of the species governess, an
evil to be endured, and his ouly interest in the
matter had been the happiness of hia sisters
but before the evening was over he felt An own
nappiness was at stake with the young gov
erness. Lone alter be retired to rest that sweet face
was before him, and when he fell asleep (for
(overs will sleep like other mortals, in spite
witching reve.ies), ha dreamed she was aspint,
a fairy, an angel; and when the early sun peeped
in tbroojh the blinds, a rich strain of music
broke upon his car. He rubbed his eyes. Was
be awake He could scarcely tell, till having
hastily dressed, he half opened the blinds and
looked into the garden, which was just below
hia win low. There were Edith and bis sisters
gathering flowers to adorn the drawing room
and choice little boudoir, which was Consuace't
sanctum, for Edith soon learned that noth
ing pleased Constance better than fresh flowers
arranged with taste. While thus employed,
she was tinging a morning hymn, in which the
f oft j nreaihea ih. aa mine air
tj'.l tlte ttiiwrs vl k dew-drop, briibt,
V til e llie ear y un-fein. ttoowt
tilklnewi t. L. f :owiMg H4ht.
D.fkneast. rlot.taa id meat bar. Bid.
Ami iwrViiMf'i itmue care
To hi. ebildr, n l.-in.r. the luoru.
Bit. wiia all laaugs sweat and fair.
Thank., kind Father, lor thy lira.
Thu- out cralatol naan. wonid uray.
Ever niay thy sue item.: cat.
tioanl tu Pout by nif -,t atal day.
Etcr, wi ti. life', p ith t trod,
S HI m.t we lb. ehimr.n on.
And. all (iowaa a,.d dantter ana d,
id ua up t. iif jk and la.e.
Wallingford folded his arms on the window
edge, and listened with his whole heart in the
sound. The speli was broken by little Lucy,
who had succeeded in getting of)' Edith's sun
bonnet, and twisted a lose bud in her hair, but
durinj the operatiou, the whole atray of her
thick tret. sea became loosened from the dumb
that confined tbera, and fell in disorder over
ber neck and shoulders Edith laughed and
shook her finger at the mischievous child, who
sprung round her neck and devoured her w ith
-Oh, look. Miss Clive, there is brother Ed
mund laughing at you," aaid Isabel, the eldest
of her pupils, for Wallinjford had unconscious
ly thrown the blinds wide open. Edith glanced
np at the window, and then, covered with blush
es, made her way into the house with all possi
At break last Wallingford looked fur her in
vain. "Does not Miss Clive breakfast with us?"
"She breakfasts and dines with the children
in the school room, and it would be more prop
er if she took her tea there also," replied Mrs.
John Wallingford, drawing herself up, as ahe
always did when angry. He offered no reply
ta the remark, but resolved that she should
throw no impediment in the way of his inter
course with Edith.
"Come in," aaid the sweet voice of the latter,
as he knocked at the school room door, previcus
o his departure to New York, which was with
in an hour's sail of the residence of Constance
and her family, aud thither hia professional du
ties called him daily.
"Have you any commands for the city, Miss
Clive '" he asked, as she looked up from the
copy sne was wining tor bis sister Helen.
-None, 1 Hunk you." she replied, blush in o
slightly, aa the scete in the garden came to her
Wallingford was punctuality itself. He was
never known to be in tlie house beyond a cer
tain time, but now he lingered till the voice of
Constance was heard cubing umy dear Edmund
you will be too fate for the boat;" and her smile
brought tne color to bis cheek, as she hoped he
nau oeen unpruving las t.iue in the school room
as well as his sisters bad done siLCe they had
been under the care of Miss Clive, and he has
tened away, more to escape her raillery than to
avoid losing nis trip to tne city.
xie naa only pcrlormed a simple act of cour
tesy fioin a gentleman to a lady, but acta of
courtesy and wonls ol kindnea had been al
most strangers to poor Edith since the death
of her parents. For the bat seven years she
had been a dependent drudge in her uncle's
lanniy, and notlung but a most happy and buoy
ant U-mperauieut, aided by deep rcliiious prin
ciple, had sustained her; but the had learned to
gather lite s Bowers and tread lightly on iu
thorns. The simple question, "have you any
commands for the city?" at first exoited her
unbounded surprise, and then came the thought,
"how kind, h iw like his sweet mother," and
the tone and look with which she thanked him
arose in his mind, amid law papers and elieuts
during the whole day.
a. rot ,( after dav passed bv, ami Edith Clive
won the hearts of ill tne bouseliold, with the
exception of Aire. John Vt alliugford. To Con
stance, wlio, as I have said, was somewhat
dolent, sne became perfectly indispensable.
-aiy uear x-uitn, t,ior sue soon dropped the
more formal appellation of Miss Clive,) will
you see that the spare bed room i, in order.
My friend, Mrs. Howard, will be here to mor
row." Or, "Edith, dear, will you see every
thing arranged this afternoon. A note from
lvlruund iniorms me that a perfect host of un
expected guests will be here by the evening
boat. The south, west, and little comer rooms
ill be in requisition;" and Edith, (who had
been accustomed to perform the same services
in her nneie't family, but without the smilintr
tbanks that rewarded her here,) would have all
that retateti to the Comfort of every one in per
fect order. Fresh water and flowers in everv
room, while the bed linen would be tragrai.t
with the perfume of lavender and sweet scent
ed grass, which she scattered in that sanHum,
tne uuen ciosex, over wnieli .be was now su
preme. Then Betty, the cook, would say.
Alias Clive, wouldn t you mix nu aotne rke
this afternoon ! Your cake is much lighter, and
more delicate than mine." and Edith would
good humoredly relieve her of the trouble of
cake making, till i-dnh a cake became the only
kind that could be eaten in the family. The
laundreFS would come to her to learn how she
plaited frills so nicely, and even the gardener,
who seldom brooked any interference in his
sphere, would ask her to select the flower
which were to adorn the drawiDg-room.
The ohildren perfectly worshipped ber. How
they improved to rapidly, no one could explain,
for sounds of merry voices, and peals of happy
laughter were beard at all times from the
school-room, but improve they certainly did
in a degree that astonished every one. Isabel,
at whom her Italian musie master had groaned
in despair, soon learned to play remarkably
well fur a girl of eleven, under Edith's tuition.
Helen, the second daughter of Constance, had
I een pronounced a complete dunce bv Misa
Crofton, but now showed as much fondness for
her studies, a, the had formerly manifested
aversion ; "dear Miss Clive was always so kind
and good, and took so much trouble lo mike
her understand all she studied," while little
Lucy, who hated the very sight of A. B. C ,
with her whole heart, was now deep in the
mystery of ths art of reading. They were no
longer the shy, nervous, reserved children who
distressed their mother by their awkward ways.
and were dull and uninteresting to Urancert;
but their spirits being allowed free play, and
their energies enlivened and well directed, the
difference was feh by both their mother and ber
friends, and by the fotmer in a way which
bound her heart to Edith Clive.
And Wallingford began each day to giow
more and more impatient for the hour of his
return home, and when dilh was visible he
wa. always at her tide; no walk or ride was en
tVirable unless ahe made one of the party, and
the little buucb of myrtle or geranium which
left from ber bosom was pressed to his lips, and
boarded like a miser's treasure. Yet dearly at
he loved her, and much as he langpd to tell lur
so, he feared to lose her friendship in the effort
to gain her heart. And yet he waa proud. Hs
well knew his own advantage of wealth, station
and person, and be knew well that rrwe- thao
one fair hand would willingly have belonged to
mm. cm wnar. were nil tne.e advantages
compaied in his own tuind to Edith Clive.
(To be Continued.)
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THE TESTIMONY OF THE Rocks.
JL Ti Li'th. Bariir, M.mmi, Buiiaiers, i'aptuin, amj
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Ad i i wri'twce oftwenir-six rear. 11 thu hniBM w.-r
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A S THIS IS THE AGE OF IM.
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ie ia sayiutt tuat im is bow prepared to tur.uit aa eolire
MWartM'.eintbe ISttdtrt k ti hue aanein.r lo 7anvl l,..
ever Ui -re iiAiriire 1. It w u. owu iiiuiactare, u:uir
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liii,tr putting in Tanlu, urrorniuoa 'Dteriaeius. A taav
ilir article is iuu.-ii umJ a eaait-.ru cut--.
Perkins tciiiar triemJi. and wubius toprortire anTttutr in
the abore bite, will imd it much io tUeir lutervn by cailmi
aa.l ex iniaii.4iWtht:itLiiTe3, where the vnlihnd ctiut
atl.-ruiouc.ven DAN L W ULIY, I'adenaker,
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THE PASTURES OF THE rg
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V taller, will be utwi, oaaa alter MiT 1st ftr
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Bwut Bfjiuit it. 1 1 Morley and Key a 1U tor to uaOtii wj.l
pv the pUiaUB 's Aid itiwAtl aet reud McCwfui k
aiui t arey
Tre deiendanta are reqiured auiteer SMd oetitioti oh a
beiorc iclavbex. it- AX f t LI. PkCAXI, U
an; d3 194 Attoi aevs Ur Plaiatilf
TK3 AS'-Os'lATFU KlRr.M.N'Sl
l.H K,.i.. tuarA.1 I Jf
j-t-ae M .triry. itrnry . Krya.iro, 1 . r,n. , r
B.-C , 1 1 . 4UIA w l-r' -, WCU4.U kl Cu. a
31UV. JUt.t- I
ei M aU.ts I
an. in AUz-j
M. N'taa ch, 1
bell. J.ui; Hrede.. Narnoei i
A Alt-, irrt, J MrJtina.r
ai der Niia. k Wuuaja m. .
aad Mnueri r-wbisM.
A LL the ab jve named defendants ex
X eeot . d M"ir, Rviis-u-. Spaiizjiar aad Cry. ar
lieivioy a- lioe l. thji un My 14, 1-. tun plaiauit A ed ate
petitnt. iu :ta liar.. MkiiiM ite u'Twattatua Ufuvve aattaeii,
in woit-a it te a re:ed. iut at he .SfW-ns-ee. I arm ol au.Hl
Cucrt, iuf Ui i-r l-cJ the plain uf rts ivered a ludeavota
asriitvt nid P -rd Js( cC.-rnitik and Wil nn V Va ey tor
HiSl drtX, and $11 was-lttti taslr. MiSkt hU th WU a
stuiditi in whKJ said j d-U.-Dt J a aattaiiied. the piaintiM
aue.1 iHit aa oroer or atttfiiniient, a c k f hK-h
T-d en aid .i-st H- Ikl t il aisd Hettrf K. Uevanlde;
inut aatd M.tT't? end keyo..lJi. at iho tine ul aurh tcrvtce
ut prutreas ii.wim. .id at thair p sruiiMi peituoal ariip-
en oi aaja t urrr oi tne eaiue o i.'i.wv; anu in .4 mtu
$twittrr, Patrick. IXtlf O f, CatpleLi, teane. Me-itMt.
Jm.iis. Pe-:i,re, Alev-visde Ni.aM'k-a.d Wil lunR. N.iritCt.
cL.im tone mit-reu ia sail prop nr. at 4 iayiae; a )u.i
aunit ..uirt Murier and Kct old-t s m u h at. rl
rav ibe piaintie. 't sa-4 lutjaU acLO-. auttl Mgmc.
I h iH; endnaia kZ ieii lured to iBwer said pet-t m on cr
Miuxe octo ei , iAae. aaiill i rnn.-ii lso
au7 4bw IfcJ Attorneyn for P1T
J. H M le Henry K Re. mnCw.
Mi'iciM Spnnc'er, P.diarrl Mri.'or-n-ch.
V-U lain K. Caiey. Rtftkard
Patru-k. li. Unil. H. onr, Jiava
l amrtTielL Jamea Bredej. Sa.aiiei
M Uiw,A N Meviert J Mclun
kin, Alexintler N nvrk. WUliain H.
NiBrt-k. nod Ruben Penble
In Coart of Cona
m4l Plena, t uy-h-Jf
CO , Oill
4 LL the above named defendant ex
4TV cept t i M rtey. Reynuld Spwttr-ier aud t arrv. are
hereby DOlitid. that on May 14. laVi. the oaiWitf 6 ed
his petawM in : aid ioort asraitiat lite dlQd9aF a tne
aamed. ti wbtrh tt u allerrj, that at the N eti rrwr
Terea, oi aid C- art, th piaiikiitf ireoe red a j-
-nent acut raid Pollard 3HcO.ttiv.ir-: and Wll'nn tr
i aret, jot $2.: debt, ami $ -J-l'" cmti that whs e the
suit wis iwiidin. in wh ch aaid Q i mnt was oOtaiuet). the
plaioliff ued tt aa Tt'.lnr ntf avohaieat. a copy of which
wi. eretl oc atJ Jtre H- IHuriey ana Henry K. h-y-olda;
that naii IU or ley aad Reyaatds tb lis oi such
senitre uf oieaa un thrn, had in th-ir oo mn MtTauunl
iarooe.tr nf tai t Carey ot iheeniae ot $?0 lea); end mat aid
Spancler. Paim k P ff. trr, Campbell. Lane. M-y trt
Juoltia, Peeblea, McCorcatck, AteiaatiwUr Nio-ck etud w il-
ii am (a NivtCw claim ?oine int rrt ia aisd or. ortT.
pm me a jarmen -kgajnet eatd InVrT'er and Re nuid f.-r
atut b as iu par i he Uintifl 's aud liialsKtntMit acamat autd
zUf-'jw-iaBf k nod Care.
Tin J-fe xlojit! ari retoirrd to ang-eer aaid petition on
U ilU i'suWi il 11
nn.7 tttw U Att-raeiS tar PhuaiiC
Legal Notices. Dry Goods.
ANOTHER INVOICE DOUGLAS
J.1. fcSllkHsY'XiD soFNUlNE Adjua.bi.Busii. Ex
santa Kectswi by Etprasa.
:4 :2 H D. KENDALL fc CO
1 8 5 8 .
II. D. KElilL & CO
Are now oflering an Extensive
aDJEl" GOOUS !
SUITED TO TITT; SE rV. TO WHICH THE
INVITE THE ATTENTION OE BLB-LIlAstK-l
H A V I Ml BLk7N
EOlIt.lt f POR
OCR fUSTOMERS WILL FIND
IN CONNECTION WITH
Vat. II" .I.V ELEG.1.Y1
A L'OMPLLTC ASSDRTTICNT
IN PLAIN AND FANCIES
ALL GRADES AND QUALITIES.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
OUR S I'l it-If. IS COMPLETE.
StlMK VERY CHEAP OOOD
CLOTHS ASD CASSIA1ERE3,
SILK WARP CASUMERETT3,
A"D SILK VE3THG3
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
ALL STYLES AND QUALITIES,
Merchants will find it greatly
to their advantage to examine
our Stock. We offer great in
II. D. KEADALL Sc Co.,
125 Superior street, 2 Public Square.
FEBRUARV 7t. 15 Ieh-J
J 4 Coi n
rd 4lf-s Katrtish Mu lder Cuso. the beat
e vlrt aotl titubteaiv-r ortercd la i hi-, city, tit c as shiiiina;
iu-d f.-i-n.v.-tj mi afe B I. BALZivVI.S fc C O
ernreaiy fut a. and wrraoi ed ia ' uy re-rw, r artaa-eatbiiz-KH
iis-i -. mp h. 1. BALOW l.N k Co.
Piaia suuipadufii ti w.a
CHAKEK 1 10OlS. JUST RE-
Iv. j t:i.ttl tiic tniaVi mim .t W i H i jJ t ,nred Stuaara
B bLliN fc ro
ttf 5 SiiperiTiT Street.
KN'OAL HATS -Drab Pfaid Hata
lor sipriuie a. d ouii.in.( at
BCTTS fc CO.
Tin Su pel tor Strict,
PRINTS J list received.
TAYLOR, CRISWOLD fc CO.
LACE AND MUSLIN DRAPERIES
TO BE CLObl D OL f.
zC. I. Ilaldu ia & Co,
TNTENDTNO TO RELINQUISH
J thi!- itran h oi inde wil) nifertHi aitd alter WDia,S
UAY, MA V 1Kb. Ik. tx aoiire t-ul m
at a rtdtiirtit-Ji f oear! !M rer rent from nnl pree.
Wiitlf9ae iMiy r fcs elt an iunnle5 will Bun ibis an ex
iittvat oppurtuiuty to ot.tai Hire tt Bir-z lii in tvVf7se eviods.
BiklX K. 1 BALDW IN CO-
FANCY SILKS Very cheap at 50
ru,, par aid
LAC A IWESSSILKH aLAKU
ustrr.-.i-. lot.. BLUK ORESj aMLkMi.x
bcfii rerrte I jt CI Supii..r M .
BLACK. UKLaS 1 1.K3 aie bettrr. rm-'i ft and cheap
er ihao t. jiiii'Js S. UAY VIOSO fc t O.
pMBKOIDKKlKv. We are just
rvnintr a fci
nerusi ar.eir of
Musi ia and Carnbnc 4'u.iar:
AU ot ura w wu
offer rery cheap
S. HTM A If a CO
Legal Notices. Dry Goods. Drugs.
SOAP Low's Brown Windsor and
Honey Son.. C aavor's Gln-ertM, Musk and Hunw
K W. rtACIRIDER.
BRUSHES-A tine assortment ot
Hair ami Ckyb Brusbea; alM. Te.Ut Bnisuoa ot Ivory
B sue. tluilaio Horn and aojkiul V. ood . k'.Tsau l,T
feb K W ACKRlrEB
LUBIN'S EXTRACTS A full as
onnribt just retrained, t rvrtkief wiu ajreaj. rarieif
. .rltu.ry Alsd totael aUlM iCk at
l w E. W. SACKRmFR-
HEALTH WILL, IN ALL CASES
lui.ow the iisaof Kadw.ay' R U Ke.ntHl.ea. Tuer
are ivvOiM so at. K or difteaea, so wuak. leeble, or cnpp eal
a ui inmniitus. but tiiat tkuiwuv Ke-or ncnei.
Uma tai. in Kevstlvetit. tMT sirfUiatttre. U Ibe UtUI ul 1M
diat-ase uuf rrti.ure. will -j-ii. Eiy and r..i ulir cure.
iae.-e icnriis phm h b-biwji t ntjut i "".
a.-'" HeiuibVlfi Rt-aulvent, Kao' R-sulaitiru. Larfc
of tbeae rcueiiitM p4-r,ts pe tal cunai rwra over
certauu tltiriM. it intra are oilwi iiiseae. wherein
their ooatbteed medicinal prupert;ea are requiieo . aiu
tnttiediMaseii or dviag loly to sut.nP theat actitkn, tii
Ufa lUttw tofil, il thBie is sum. neoi L.ie aoa M,ti
patletat will lira not be rrstre,i to !
It.llimiii'i.r l.ja .
MjintMiii I n0- see.
S mtnlou Di7tV?svtt4a,
r,i ti4itiis.l UtAoasas,
S- ia Lleasfs,
Helief and KfoftOAjra,
hc iel aiid Kriilaiore,
hesulvent Rnd Mculaiari,
Rrntj-. jtliDIC KeMNTent,
he-lvei.t, keiini, Wtni1aior-i.
Ueady Belief juU BwUvduca,
Manr diseases ttut alfoet unu.-i.iiv are luncntctl as heir
urns irinn tue Jaatwa bt-JieS ot aukty sireiv. crotdiah.
Coimittta. S. aat4iii .nd F.ts : re -iontie u.e mott cuca-
moa at cotuiituu. n-si aisesea. .ion, ne cure
laaay 'eDerati.na the se;us of lite disae may bavn
been t-ial.i.si ed ia ihe srslrtu. coir.ittiiait the bioud HaD
T's htOTAilso ROLVCKT iU eradirnin nm the)
buuie. ot tue dlkricl e.ry t...li. le ol d.e.ttd deposun.
and hll th ds with new, pore aud health blood.
RDWat'a Rk.o.ariNa PtcsoL-rviT sl...uld hn tailJas
biesRiiaJtr bv every ui.uhr.titnvni(iiout the land, who
intaas atn rfl.ci. .1 ith -k. lluiaor, fcf. Tht as hfe
incs out (tan .-art.! sue anln' oi ti.'-ea.'-n iratiMDiiu r
r -m the parent A lew dottei oi the Rf -it aTI1
RR&oi.vca r U a-iadi ale e.-rr .tKdine oi Uie diwetian, ami
in.m. ii.sk.-h.id -t ttaiUwtU and health btidy.
n B.RadwavS B-.,ly Reli4f for H.ndnek., wbetb.
su k or nervous; Klinamatisra. earalttts, Lumbss-o, tli.nk
Neu rains. Toot hacn.. Ss all P.ra. Elvers, Swolie. Joinla
K nlner Cotnpiamla, caliel E,er. Haiti, atimnd in. Lis
PletrrLy. Measles. Hesrtl4irn. and Fain, ot all kinda.
Radwa, . Read. Beliet will, la a lew aunuea, Owns,
lit. nit"4ir,eou surfer to j.iys ol plea-nr.. .
B U R RaUwny's Beiioeatiwit Beeois.at, njrta.esr.
of crimes- d ,. ases ur ti as Set I u loo. and MPBi l ie t
p austaTcon.s..in. t.e and tn.r .decip.ol it,. Lunt, and
TliiostT liuluratl. and y's'l"'??!
andotln,.lisias.s,.ltri.SSin,il". Tunvna, L u-ern. l
d1dllwrdi..as ari. inf l. aa tmntir. atat
M w 'wfcl- Ktws'. Bessilalorawill mr. ensctn.lly ami
-s-dTf, (Vbwww. loditewton. In a, at mat ton of in.
STwela;'D..,er-. aj.er I .smpmiaa, U,. ease, of In.
Heart and Ttalnets, Vrtial.C.wip..irit.. Small Poi.Frrera
,.1... kc . Ac.
Wheoevertn. .vst.a. Stoat (4 ordw
sdose of R-mIwss-s Beenijiors will re.uu. tt to teealanie.
No leiaal. snoukl b. wttkoiit tnem
B. B. B. Bansailie. ar. .old by lwJ'"JJ "T""
OAYL0S0 fc CO.. and W. ITiAS, Attenta. C'.
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