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NEW SERIES,
COLUMBUS. OHIO. TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY V, 1861.
HX DOLLARS 723 YEAS'
ZartrlAblj la Adrtue
HIM i, i sails sis. V ll U&J,-'
D AILY. TRI-WEEXLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
TPBIIBH)B AND PB0PBIKTOB8,
ET Office Sos. 86, 88 and 40, Korth High ft.
TBRMS INVARIABLY IS ADTANOK.
ilally ' . - 1 . - SBOOperysar,
" By the Carrier, per week, l6
rrl-WejVI - - 10
eents
0 per wear.
Weekly, . 1 00
ft
rime Adver-tlalng br the Bq.ntre.
n square t yei...'M 00
One " V mor.lln 18 00
lae " 0 monthf 15 00
ine " 3 montbs-10 00
Jne il muui.li. 8 80
Juo " I month. S 00
One squar 8 week, . 94 00
On. " 8week?..8O0
On., " Iweek... 1 75
On. ' 3 day... 1 00
OA " Idui... 73
On. " 1 Insertion ou
Displayed advertlssmeuts half more than the abovt
''iluvettlsernenl leaded and placed In the column Of
Atrial Nottcea," aoubu (A ordinary ram. .
All iiullcea requires to be published by law, legal rates.
If onleral on the inside exclusively alter tne nrst week
per cent, rnnr than the above ratea; but all inch wll
anuear In the Trl-Weeklv without ohanra.
Buelnesa Cards, not exceeding five lines, per year, In
Lie, SSSOper line; outside 'J. '
Notices of meetings, chart tables ocletlei, lira companies,
Ac, half price.
Alltramlent advtrUtmumt muit b paid for M
j luanc TS. rule will not berarled fr.m.
Weekly, aan price aa the Dally, where the advtlr
ca the Weekly alone. Where e Dally and Weekly
a ro both uaed. then the charge lerth Weekly wilt be
n M U ratea of the Dally '
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring 4c Water Ste.,
Oolumtottfl , OlllO.
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Manufaotnrera of Braai and Composition Castings,
finished Brass Work of all Deacriptlone.
Electro Platingand Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, tYC.
hhl 'fiO-dly '
(Dr. J. B, Beauman
A EE8IDEKT DENTIST.
A. 1.1; THOSE KEQCIRIPIOTHE 8EK.
. Tioea of e Dentinat, and (arorinxDr. B. with thMr
patronage may rely on having tiafaotlon given
The
fee will be reaulred an tlie eomolelton of an operation
Office Four Doora North of Die American Hotel, over
Kudisill'a Dat Store.
Oolnrabua Jan. 7-lly
F. A. B. 8IMKEN8, .
Attorney at Xjet-w
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Amooe Bnllding, oppoilte Oapltol Square.
COLUMBUS. OHIO;
eOIj'OTVtOTJlO
Machine Uannfactnring Company
MANorioTtrutt or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Oeetlngi, KUl-Qetrlng, Mnehinery.
ALIO, i
nallroad Worlt
or ivnr Disciirnon.
' COLTJlUBUHt OHIO.
OBAB. AMB08, Bup'l ?. AMBOS.iTreu.
dMll, 1858-tf ,
r-1 1 " 1
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Indianaoolis without Change of Cars
and but One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. . FIRST TRAIN.
(D.llv. Mondavi excepted.) t
MQI1T
EXPRESS, via Dayton, at 3:45 a
top-
tiln Kt London.
Xenla. Dayton, Mlddletown and Hamil-
ton, arriving at v;inciunu avn u.,uiwu .-
a. m., IndUnopolla at 10:48 a. m.; Et. Louie at 1BS0
P ' SECOND TRAIN. ' '-"'
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., atopplni at all Sta
tion i between Oolnmhua and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11, a. m., Dayton at 9: IS a. m.,
Indianopollia(8;Si8p. m. .
THIRD TRAIN. - ,
DAT BXPBE88,at B:30 p. m., stopplnn at 'Alton,
Jefleraon, London, Obarleaton, Oedarville, Xenla,
Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow, Deerfleld, Voater's,
Loveland, Millfortand Plainvllle, arriving at Clndn
naU at 7:20 p. m. St. Loula at IS m; Dayton at 5:35 p,
m. ; Indlanopolit at 1J:3B p. m.
Nleeplna; Oara n all NiRht Train to
5inclnnatl and Indianapolis' .
BAGGAGE CHECKED TIIHOTJGn.
for further Information and Through TloVeta. apply to
1. Jj. iUtlKKXX,
f ' Ticket Agent Union Deoot, Oolnmbaa, Ohio.
- ll. W. WOODWAiD,
...... Superintendent, Cincinnati.
, i JNO. W. D0HKET J
1 I t
. Agent, Oolnmpne,
Juit Becelvedl
,4AA nr. CII SHEEN and BLACK
lUv TEAS lOO bags prim Bio Ooaee.
u ISO pocket old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
i 75 bag Ceylon Oolfee.. ... . .
. JOObbU. ttudard Whit Bugart, oonslattng of Pc
' drd,Chruahd, Granulated A and B Coffee.
CO quintals George Bank Codfish. i - .
- liObbls. Mess and No. 1 Mackerel.
A to. Piok Bslmon. . , . i
100 hx. Layar Baialn. - . -AO
hf. box do do - .
- 100 qr. boa do - d . . !
' ' -100 M Otears, different brands and grades. .
novSW . . WM. MoDONALP
M. M. POWERS &.'.BRO
DKALfKS IN lsirORTTD AND DOMISTIO
1GAHH, .' - i -r . v
.- - - TOBACCO, .."..
. ...MTllt.
f.. "JJ.t.?.-r AND IAN0Y ABTIOIiKB
No. 1 1 Bast Rtato Street, between nigh and
tn roil-umoe.uoinnbui, utilO. ou:uom
riOLDES nil.Ii 8HIKT8,
GOLDHN HILL SIlTHTa. '
' The Ml tern of thshlrtar nw.i The Bodies. Yokes,
iletv and bosom r (oruwd to fit th Mrson with
andemnfort. Tm mark upon oh on designating th
lee tnav be railed on a betn g correct, and each ahlrt Is
guaranteed well road. A full (took of all qualities
constantly r saie as . - uain'a,
dovS4 . No. M South High street.
FANCY DKK98 HIjK',h, .
i . . I ANOY DBB8B IIKBW . . ,
riNflY DREBB BILKS.
' Wi are now efftring our Immense stock of Fancy Dree
Ilka mt nrlcea Im than ever before offend la this city.
Th attention of th ladles of this elty and vicinity 1
olteited, as our etock la very elot and complete in au
gradeaof goods In, this Un. mia,
novV4. v . No. M South High street.
,vuvFarjaedicsa PttTpoe.
iQIUe BRANDDTKS.WINia, CORDIALS, ASD BIT
KRS, from ''Bonded Warenonse " " i
. . vr J. uuwnAiiv.
oyft .''' 1 ' ' - 08 South High stnet.
H f AI.TESB St THREAD LACB ITIITTI
OX. of elegant qualities for Latest alto, Hleaa' Mitt
ANNUAL PROSPEOjrUS
or
ONE DOLLAR
PREMIUMS
WEEKLY OHIO Dift
. . H H
. , : . . - . ill'.'
. THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN 13 PRINTED ON
A. MAMMOTH SHEET,
AT THE LOW RATE Ofjt
ONE DOLLAR PEE YEAR!
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
It ie an old and reliable Democratic Journal, and, as a political paper, has
No Superior in Ohio or any other State!
n tdditlon to ita politioai eharacter, it Ua firet close newepaper, furoULing iU readnre with the
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An epitome of the atoning erenta constantly oeonrring at home and abroad, and ehoice miecel
laneona seleotions. It aleo give the latest and most reliable
Prom all the principal marts of Trade and Commerce.
The Business Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each find their taetea and interest! consulted and attended to in the columns of
Dnring the aeesion of' Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Wkkkt States
van will be furnished with a concise report of the doings of eaoh of those bodies.
During the past year, the circulation of the Wnsxr Statesman has increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelve monthe ago. It ie our desire to extend it cir
culation, not only in Ohio,
But in ftll the States and Territories West of TJs!
In proportion as it is diffused among the people, its usefulness will be increased; and we invito
our political and personal friends to aid ns in giving to the Wbtot Statwmab
The Largest Possible Circulation
Among the people. The prioe of the paper is so low that no Democrat need be without it. As
an inducement to friends to aid ua in increasing thjs peculation of the Wikit Statwmaw, we
mXX B,V A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS
To the person who will, byi the sk day of January. 1861, send ua the largest .Club of yearly
subecribera, with the cash for the same; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person who sends tu the
second largest Club of subscribers aa aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who aends i us
the third largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; and to each person who seds us a Club of
ten yearly anbexsribers, with the cash for the same, we will send a copy of the
Weekly Statesman One Year without Charge!
CT Those who are willing to compete for the Premiums, or solicit subscribers for the States
man, can cut this Prospectus out of the paper and attaoh to it a strip of writing paper, on which
to record the names of all persona who may become subscribers.
MANYPENNY. & MILLER,
TBB
FEB ANNUM!
FOR . CLUBS ! !
PUBLISHERS OHIO STATESMAN.
I
NAMES.
STONE'SBAZAAR.
No. 4 Ghvynne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
ABE NOW RECEIVING THEIBWW.
TEH GOODS, and Invite the publlo to Inepect
tbem. No luch atoek of Goods has ever been brought to
thai market. The Booth, in consequence of the failure
of the grain crop, has not been able to pnrchaee the na
na! quantity oi ncn good!, ana una laoiuaaionm m
Importers to sell them at publlo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Btane) being In New York at theae large tales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will aell our goods
hare, at lea than any one who purchased two wee In ilace,
paid for them In Mew York. Our stock is complete In
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
B ROCHE VALENCIAS,
PRINTED MEBINOS,
: PRINTED C0BURG8,
DYED COBUQS;
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At one half .the Coat of Importation.
LADIES' FURS,
In all Varieties, of the) celohratea
ITIannfatnro of O. G. Gun
titer cV Son.
- - i . .
; HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Ken's, tadlet aad Children's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladles, Mines and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Vleeey Lined and Cotton Gloves
of every make.,. . '
ALSO
A complete asaortment of all the usual varie
ties of ...
LADIES' CLOTHS, .', ..
, CABSIMEKKS, .
. . . - OVERCOATINGS,
' , TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, .. .. .." . -,
KlliRtlNH. -
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladiei and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand'
; , kerchiefs, Ac., &e.
To Mrnns who. aalt on aa. we nit flee our word to
show them the largeat, beet and cheapcat stock of Goods
vet seenlnthi market, or pay tbem on dollar par
bonrwnu raoKing. 1 -.-
deol-dlyxtawilw. . , btuke a u ttann
GENUINE FAMILY IIIQUORS.
WM. B. MOREHOUSE & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In i r
Brandiei, Winei, ' .Oini ' and Segart,
beg leave to call the attention et the oltuwnt of th Cnl
J i.M t that Pur Win and Llqaora, put up un
. - .k.MWM annarvtafon. fhr Vamllv and Medical Use
rLT .-nrt-d ta nit eustomm. Clubs, Military and
other publwooaie. wno i-hi "--r-
malluaanslU.ia casks or bottles, will be liberally
dealt with. Price list sent on application.
OLD MOItEHOUSE BITTERS
' B4ommsnded by the flrrtphyitelaiia as Jtofcest rem
AvkaowT f Dvenwnsia. Indication. DeblUty, and all
Nrvou Diaewe. As a beverage, M to pur, whel'
torn, and deUclous to th taste. Bold by all Druggists
TVB. B. teOMHOUSl 00., Prop'rs,
"' - -' i ' ' ' jfc 5 Ixehatif Place, ,
'" - Jersey City, X.J.
J.-Th pubeorlbers wlih 'te 'engage rwHv
men, as Local and Sraraiiug AgBtS for their houa. t
wnom useru inaoonnnui wul fi ooerea.; vor panw
alar, tfloawa oov. . . .. , . oct-wow
TMNOT MflEN
AND ail.K TAN! IN
X! aewetriefl
vBibboa Boand, Satetisloo ansl IB
dlaaPansat
aaayKi
If. Boat Jjih stmt
NAMES.
Fire Insnraijce!
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON .
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Castl street. Liverpool . SO and SI Poultry, London.
umoe, Mt Wall and ui fine streets, new xora.
THOMAS HOODIE, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Paid np Capital, Snrplu
and Iteaerved l'nnds 0, 0(10,585
Inveatea inthl Conntrf over. .800 K'0
Yearlr JKevenue, ever 26Olh00O
TTT'The Shareholders personally responsible for en-
gagementsof th Company. All Directors must be Share
holder!. Directors and Shareholders In New York :
Jamas Brown, Isq., Chairman. Francis OotUnet, Biq.,
lvpuiy uutinuu.
.M.Archihald.H.B.M. Consul, tuimi Dutllh, Biq.
Joseph Galllard, Jr., Esq. H. Grinnell, Esq.
Alexander Hamilton. Jr., Etq. B. V. Sanderson, Siq.
Auoc. Hamilton, jr., saq-i
Cousael of the Board.
Ai.raio Pili, Esq., Beildent Secretary.
Local Board in Cincinnati: , . ',
N. W. Thomas. Esq. J. D. Jones, Eiq. BuhisKieg.Xsq.
Thompson Weave, Jliq. iiob't uucnanan, jstq.
Th nnderalraed; Acentln this lty, will b happy to
receive application! for Insurance In th above Company,
AT THK CITY BANK. . -ti? -
lie can recommend it with entire confidence to all desir
ous of obtaining protection againat L0S3 BY IIBK. . ,.
No (Charge for Folioies. !
novl8-tf TH08. MOODIB. .
HOLIDAYS.
FANCIES.
Bach articles as you oTjr for your ntlSB AND
Such u yoa for your V7IYB-
Bach a are proper foryour DAUGHTER.
Such as your BISTER will pralit you for. 1 t
Such as your BROTHER oaawss. '!
Such as you want for " TBI ONB YOU LOVE BEST.'
Such as will be good for the " BLBS8KD BABY." .
8neh as all sn for, . ? , , , , ,. v
Mav b fonnd In variety, in my new stock of
WATCHES, : CHAINS, JEWELRY,
, . f PLATED GOODS, , , ;
And general assortment of . '
Fancy and Useful Article. '
WM. BLYNN,
'il',' No. 10 Buckeye Block.
December, 1860. ...
FAMllYI FR.OCH. '
VyyiUTK WHEAT,' BRANDED
. "SHU V JJ'JjAAVJii. -
From "Barnett Mills," Springfield, 0. the best brand
Flour brought to our market. Batlsnetton guaranteed.
For sal only at VYM. MCDONALD'S,
aorii luo Boutn mgn atreei
Holiday Presents
ntLicos
J CHIMTXES
ZES, DllESS SILKS, and all
kinds at tuhlonabi
.1 . t i i. "Winter Dresw G-ooda. L.
are now offering at very low prlcee. ;
1,1 J , J ' I . i rinit BUO, ,
dectl. No. iSBouth Highalreet.
High, Sreet Store; . ;
: . COlt SALE. . r. . j
rrtHE THBKE STOUT FIRE PHOOF
A. BTOBY HOUSB, No 169, occupied byAkiaAEm
wy,8tov Dealers, completely fitted with iG, lurnice
and Hoisting Jack. The lot I 100 by SO, and, it offered
On reasonable terms, Apply to -
l i " ' .ll!. i WM. BROWN, ' '
Jan7-dfel , ' Ke. 33, North Third -Street.
"i Watches and Jewelry, '
A" BTINB ASSORTMENT OF WATCH
ilea, Oloek, Jtwvlry, Bllverware, Ao., kept oonstant
yon nana at j i '
r ' K. KIRKPATRIOK'S,
- ' ' No. 165, South High Street, Columbus, 0
- irr waicn ana ewy repairea.
. uecfBJm.
-i
GEHTI.F.MEN') NECK X IEsVj -ii J
OBNILBMRN'B NBOK TIES, . , .
GENTLEMEN'S NECKTIES.
Th most dessrable assortment In th city and at anneal
ly low prioe. " ' " PETBRBAIN.
Bv94. ' ' ' W. 98 South High tret.
TjM.EGANT PLAIN BLACK SILKS FOB
XU Street Bqaa ana aantieei aiao, uca xrunstin
and Taaasls to mateh, at r,.., UAUK
ssaysa
A PPI.KSI -APPLESI . ... -. v I
IV Wtkbla. Choice Apple reoslvd on eotjsljrimsrtl
for sal by
.. , McKAB at BESTIBACX.
' ' 34 It. High stmt
nasi;
Dally, per year.
...18 00
... 3 00
... 100
Tri-weekly, per tar.
Weekly, per y
The Bonaparte Romance.
AN INTERESTING LAW SUIT PENDING IN FRANCE—
MRS. PATTERSON ESTABLIHING HER RIGHTS AS
WIDOW OF JEROME BONAPARTE—AMERICAN WIVES
AND FRENCH PRINCES.
After nearly half a oentury of quiet resigna
tion to what seemed to be the decrees of fate,
the first wife of Jerome Bonaparte Is about to
emerge from her retirement, and, In the French
courts of law, contest her claims to be consid
ered his legitimate wife, (and to secure for her
self and ion their part of the personal property
left by the recently deceased prince. The his
tory of Madame Bonaparte (formerly Miu Pat
terson) Is too well known to our readers to need
recapitulation here, and we will only nowimake
an abstract of the details of the proposed trial
from the long aecount furnished by the Paris
correspondent of the London Time.
' Theoe will come before the Tribunal of
the First Instance at Paris, on the 3iih or the
presedt mouth, with M. Berryer and M. Legrand
aa counsel for Madame Bonaparte. They have
drawn up a printed memoir of the faots, oom
menoiog with a recapitulation of the life of
Jerome Bonaparte, and a history of bis ac
quaintance and marriage with Miss Patterson.
Too marriage certificate reads as follows:
"BALTIMORE, December 24, 1803.
"With license, I this day united in the holy
bonds of marriaee. in conformity with the rites
of the Ho) v Catholio Church, Jerome Bonaparte,
brother to the first consul or r ranee, wim
Elisabeth Patterson, daughter of William Pat
terson, Esq., of the city of Baltimore, and of
Dorcas bis wife.
J., BISHOP OF BALTIMORE."
This certificate was varlfled by the French
Vice Consul, Henry Vernet.
The subsequent effort of the Emperor Na
poleon, to break up the marriage are then re
counted. With these efforts and their results
our reader are familiar. Napol eon wrote to
Jerome in May, 1805:
Your union with Miss Patterson, is null In
the eyes of religion and the law. Write to Miss
Patterson to return to America. I shall give
her a pension of CO.OOOf. on condition that in
no ease shall she bear my name, to which she
has no right, by reason of the non-existence of
the union. Inform her, of yourself, that yon
have not been able, and that you cannot, change
the nature of things."
At the same time the Emperor addressed a
letter to bis other brother, Lucien (afterwards
Prince ofCanino), who, in bis opinion, had
formed a meialliancs by wedding Madame .lou
berton. Lucien, more manly and honorable
than Jerome, boldly replied:
LUCIEN REBUKES NAPOLEON.
Yon conclude by tracing out for me the line
of conduct I ought to pursue viz., to destroy
the contract which has united us for the last
three years to bring back to Paris my wile
changed into a ' concubine to separate my
daughters from their mother, who have found
In her their - parent to acknowledge my two
children illeeitimate. And yon call that a sim
ple proceeding I And you think that, after hav
ing divided a poor family, dishonored my wife,
disinherited my children that,, after having de-.
prived .them of their name and their position,
which Is no loneer mine but theirs I should
find compensation for so much baseness in th
grace and favors which you say would enable
my Illegitimate children to-Jive honored and
happy ! Sir, I respect In you the organ of the
Emperor. Know, however, mat ratne r tnan ae
scend to such infamy, I would immolate my son
ai.J dauchter with mv own hand. '
Moreover. I am aeain writing to his Majesty
excepting the saorince oemanaea or me, i am
ready to mane ail otners in at may oe tnougni
useful to France. My dignities belong to the
Emperor. The choice of the place of my re
treat belongs to cim. vv oen ne commands me
to chanse it. I will obey without a murmur: if
he requires it, I shall quit Europe, but I will not
wile and children, except with my life.
LUCIEN BONAPARTE.
"Pesaro, May 25, 1805."
Pope Pius. VII. as ia well known, refused to
paomuigate a bill declaring Jerome's rn.rri.ge
nnll anil vnlH.and had the Princn noasexged even
nnll and void, and had the Prince nossepsed even
" V7 . . lf. ij
an ordinary degree of
In court. But Jerome fell In with the ambitious
;"u f.wt. kt,. .a in r -:n
iDiuaup ik ...!
wife.
On the 1st of June, 1806. the Archbishop of
..:.t a m .nnniiiti. T.Mma'i mar.
LrlB IBOUVU w UuS auu uatsaj k j viwtav vMa-
j . u omM. o.m. ia
JnmArn74
r I":Z.:71 .i,n ., .),. .,ii,.h...
"l..,! "f i..i-.!..ii..i ...kni t ik. ..
.1. -i - iri.-nt
I.J?l! gwl,n S of ' Watnh.lia effared
come to Germany; but this cfler was refused,
and Madame Bonaparte ootamea a divorce in
the.St.te of Maryland. In 1819 she visited Eu-
tope, and her son, tne young jerome, was re-
lativea in trance and Italy.
The counsel in the coming case have embo-
a .1 .1... -i- - i i -f
young Jerome as one oi their family.
: t "r " - i .h.i. r.ii. rf.fi.
The fol-
lowing are copies:
MADAME LETITIA BONAPARTE TO JEROME H.
November, 10 1829.
Mr Dear Grandson: I have heard with pleas
nra of vour marriage, as the person you have
chosen possesses all the advantages one could
desire. I earnestly pray that you may be hap-
nv in the union you eontract, and it my Diessjng
. ... t. Ml I I -. J , -
oan COntriDUie to is is will pa oompieie auu last -
t I k.M .F wnn tri n.u.nt tnw .ItMttnn.tA
i.hsa to vour betrothed, though I have not the
nleaanre of knowing her.. Your father is still
. . . i . . t . f .i
In the country ne Will not return oeiuro me
15th. Ha ia well, as also vour brother and your
sitter (the present Prinoe Napoleon aad Frluows
Mathilda. ) I embrace you tenderly. Yonr af-
MADAME.
PRINCESS MATHILDE TO THE ELDER JEROME.
November, 17, 1840.
Mv Di.a BaoTHxa: I beliere yon will learn
with all the Interest of a sincere friendship the
of my marriage. Vlth Prince De-
mldoff
My new oondition realizes all the hopes which
had anticipated. But, while 1 am happy, x am
not the less attached to all tne anecuonate senu
msnts which I professed oetore my marriage,
..4 .im know, mv dear Jerome, what a ahare
voa nave In my affections. Glv my affection-
1.. Momniinonta ta mi alater-in-law. though
have not the pleasure oi uwiuguerj assure
her of my affection for her. A thousand oom-
from thta Baroness.
-eAT . atlTraAltAnaita. oiarnw
i.( , OUr lUUBt EtAAUvaiviucaev) oibivi
MATILDE.
THE YOUNGER JEROME TO LOUIS NAPOLEON.
Whn Prince Louis Napoleon went to Amr.
u. W ,h. ..affair" of Strasbnrg.M.. Jerome
S" him M honaa aa a residence.
XJUUauoiw vmv.- '- . .. ,
nn.. D.la rtha nrnaanS ttranarot reDlladl
I"" """ " r- ; : r I .
JJBAB vopeiwi iu . uiuuu. a -
, " ' ,, . naaaaA toffflther at Rom
pleasure the time we pase together at itom
andForenee. 1 H ? .c.
Farewell, mv dear oonaict reoeiv the assur
' - -
NAPOLEON LOUIS BONAPARTE.
NAPOLEON LOUIS BONAPARTE. THE PREVENT EMPEROR TO JEROME.
On the 1st of January, 1853, M. Bonaparte
congratulated hit coutln on hit becoming Eat
neror, "on th foandation of his guceeM-nam.
U the will of th peopl as expressed by anlver
M .. rf l.. P
aaJ SBurag ; - aue juuirsiwr xvy
: 'My vouaiBt aotwituauuiuiug .u u..uv,
and vary long separation, I hays nsm.wupt.
ed the heartfelt interest with which voa follow
ed all the chanoes of my destiny. 1 have felt
great pleasure In the letter which brings me
your congratulations, I thank you for them.
The news yon give me of the vooation of your
son for the military oareer, and of his entering a
regiment of Carabineers, has not been lees
agreeable to me. When olrcumstances permit
I ehall be, believe me, most happy to aee you.
Whereupon, my cousin, I pray God to have yon
in His holy keeping. '
"Written at the Palace of the Tuilerles, Feb.
NAPOLEON."
.. On the 17th of Acril. 1855. Mr. Jerome Bo
naparte was offered, through M. Fould; the
title of Duke de Sartiene (a town in Corsica,)
and Invited to come to France. But this offer
was declined. The later facts connected with
the case we give as they are related by the
Times' correspondent:
"Prince Narjoieon and his sister, the Princess
Mathilde.then demanded of the Emperor and the
Coniiei de Famillt, that'MM Patterson (Mr. Je
rome Bonaparte, and his son) should not exer
cise any oi the rights wbioh being exclusively
to the legitimate issue.and that cuuseuuentlv M.
Jerome Patterson and his deoendants' should be
prohibited from beiring the name of Bonaparte.'
The Ceneeti de Famille decided in favor of their
bearing the name oi Bonaparte, but decided
illlegally, as the memoir maintains, that they
should not have the right to avail themselves of
the benefit of the 201 et and 'Mil articles of the
Code NaBoUon relating to succession. Th
Conieil de Famille wag composed of MM. Abb-
tuccl, rould, Tronlone, De Mornv, Baroohe
and Orrano. The point is argued at some length
in tne memoir.
"On the 10th of Nov.. 1855. Marshal Pelissier.
athls headquarters before Sebasttpol, n imcd 'M
Jerome iNapoieon Bonaparte lieutenant in tne
7th dragoons, Knight ot the Legion of Honor.
This nomination was confirmed on the 24th of
th same month. But on the 13th of June, 1856,
a lettor of permission to wear the decoration of
Meojidie of Turkey was addressed to M. Bona,
parte Junior, as M. Bonaparte Patterson.'
This permission, granted to him under a name
which was not his proper designation, was not
accepted. At the same time the proposition of
the Ducby ot Sarten was renewed to M. Bona
parte, the father. Under these circumstances
the latter addressed the following letter to the
Emperor, dated July 25, 1856:
"Sire: I received the enclosed from my son a
few days ago. I kept it to reflect on its con
tents before I should send it to your Majesty.
it Dreatnes the sentiments or honor in which my
eon was brought up, and I pray your majesty to
grant his request. It is no real dishonor to be
born a bastard, and in accepting the consequen
ces. Had I been in that category, I should have
long since accepted, with gratitude, the offers
which your Majesty condescended to make me.
But aa I was legitimately born and at I have
always been acknowledged as such by my lam
ily, by the laws of the countries, and by the
whole world, it would be the extreme of base
ness and dishonor on mv part to accent a brevet
oi oastardy. 1 did not raise the question, nei
ther do 1 rear it. And if the family counsel
(conteil de famille) has rendered an illegal and
unjust deoision, It at least stopped short of de
priving me of the name I bore from my birth to
the fifteenth year of my age, without its ever
having been contested.
"The object and the victim of intrigues, ca-.
lumniee, and falsehoods, it only remains Tor
me, sire, to respeat the prayer I addressed to
your Msjeety in my letter of the 20th of March,
to go with my son and wall in exile that justice
which 1 am convinced Heaven reservea for me,
sooner or later, and to request that your Majes
ty will be pleased to grant me an audience to
take your orders for the future. -
NAPOLEON." J. N. BONAPARTE.'
"The memorial ooucludes by praying the
tribune to order that an inventory be taken of
the property left by His Imperial Highness,
Prinoe Jerome, and that a partition be made
oflt. . -
"It ia difficult to exaggerate the importance
of this case, for on the deoision of the tribunals
I will depend the legality of the
first, or of the
eecona marriage."
Waste of Food.
tne gMden, which yields to the contented fam
conclusion ilT nnller tha superintendence of the good wife,
I
"
.
Nowhere in the civilized world, we think, is
so muob food wasted aa In our own happy land.
The art of feeding man and beast in the most
economical manner, is here but llttleunderstood.
It is a lesson we have not beensompelled to
learn; while in Europe thMkjual Riga price, the
I , . . r r i i .
puimimu, mi. augu. ,u. ihuiw, tuv
landlord, and we nouieieeper, now to use ev-
to tho best (possible advantage; and
' u'S i Th.Stl I Fn. f. L
displayed. The traveler In turope ia aston-
... d ll,. i,imh of .franco and a.-.
V'ZtTZZ f b7 n IZmZ
I And if fortunate enough to t on familiar
I . . J 1--.JIJ j f
I wiin i,tiwu ur i.umuru, auu ia
to. tlo. Y.nke .urio.it,
without appearing Impertinent, n Is still more
astonished to learn that he has partaken of a
sumptuous meal prepared from materials that
" "" hom ould hTS bMB iht0a to
. . i-bo,... repai.. hllt .hnilt
s, V.. 5 -it th.t .iih thi. itT.no rT..
I P" .'a'dt 1 anS JtoUMSTtJa'S
-- - - - v .. MtMlfJllII(t . not , "
.,t th tirtv .ml rnnthl.
Ivi.u u r in 1. n j
I anion in wuiou aueeo i.iuuion BUUCBT. Jrt)BCU
and admiration, avery penny ia a treasure,
and is used to the beet possible advantage, not
for show, but for servioe; not for parade, but
comfort. Perhaps a oow furnishes the main
sustenance for the children. If so, how
carefully everything Is saved that can fur-
niab her a choice mouthful a few straws from
Uhe farmers wagon scarcely touch the ground
before a child is ready to pick them up and
oarry tbem to tne oow-snea a nine grass by
., ) 11- . .1. 111. it... -
1 me roaunuu is gatucrcu wu .u. b.uib uro
I Th. avaalth nr inn rarntiv DiaT nnc navii nn.mic.
ted the nurob.se of a cow, but the little garden
which surrounds the eottage, yields abundance
I . . . i r u - : I - l -Or i ,
oi VCgeuoiea; lor turn nun ib ciueeumgiy nun,
hlchlv manured and well cultivated. Aud how
t this done! Not a hole by th roadalde, not
ditch in the neighborhood, but Is carefully
geraped of its mud, which is carried to the ma-
nure pile in tne oacs oi me garaen ; not a par-
. to thn aama dennalior.
k. v.. niidrn. who nerform much of th i.hm.
.hundanceof healthful food. By this care and
I economy a family is Kept well red and comfort-
able on means wnicu, in tnis country, wouia
- 1 thought insumcient u eep starvation irom me
door. "
The same care and economy may be observed
u all farm operations,. Everything that can
naed for food Is husbanded with the greatest
care, so uuvuiub m, u .u... u
itocing, it is used in the way to accomplish the
best results. Isuuiug auu vuuaiug, auu Mpi
atlon to the condition ot animals, are matter
of constant attention, -i To observe the anxiety
with wbioh the farmer watches tb inoreise
his manor pile, and the pains taken for its
crease, one would suppose that be Imagined it
crease.one wouia suppose met oe imagined u
beaheapoi goio, lusteaa ot manure.
Every season, in this country, we wastes
I I . r.r tntui avhlnh arinM irl,
larite .iuv-.v. -- 1 " l""r"V
-A fc.. n.V. valnahla meat, anil an laaa
J "-"-a' .. Trf..- Wd afa.m-
remark, that he bad eleven
acre or pumpt IDS ana several nunorea Dusneia
v v
lrl. ,J ... .j kli-
cathered. besides a good many carrots, hardly
worth the digging.' If carried to market
would not brine enough to pay lor cost oi Kath
arine? and carrying. It was this remark
caused the above reflections upon (he State
tblngsln Europe, ao lar dinerent. ... . .
Th present season nas Deeu unusually
rlnnUva.and manv farmers find thamsalvee
- . vttt amount of food than usual, but It
...
i to ns tnat Bum ihbwu caa oe uevitwt wr
lng ut gurpiua w gooa atioount. , as a general
I nt M Bau oaa b called, a good farm;
does not provide means to turn all the . food
firoduoed into something that will bring money
n the market, or that may be returned to the
land lor its enrichment, in th lorm or manure
Of course, seasons of scarolly will oom as well
as those of abundance, but a little forethought
will generally provide for every emergency, so
that not ding win be lost ana notning suner.
Arcr!sSarsaparilla
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alterative that can be made. It is
a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power as to afford un effec
tive antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who iuffer from
Strumous complaints, and that or which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this largo class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely tlus compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of tho worst cases to be found of (he foiiowing
complaints:
SCUOFULA AND SOROPDLOUa COMPLAINTS,
EuupTtoNs and Eruptive Diseases, Ulceus,
PjMi'i.r.s, Blotches, TuKons, Salt Rhbvm,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Af
fections, Mcucup.ial Di'kasb, Duopsv, Neo
baloia on Tic Douloureux, Debility, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Rohe
or St. Anthony's Fiub, and indeed tho whole
class of complaints arising from Impuiutv of
tub Blood.
' This compound will be found a great pro
motor of health, when taken in the spring, to
expel tho foul humors which fcster in the
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud.' Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spar themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through tho natural channels of tho body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,'
or sores ; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in tho veins ; clans it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is feltf people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
pabulum, of life disordered, there can be no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must co wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much? the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. '
During late years the public have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of theso have been frauds upon tho sick, for
they not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaptirilla which flood tho market, until the
name itself is justly despised, and has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call tins compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon il. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtu which are irresistible
by tho ordinary run of the diseases it is intend
ed to cure, in order to secure tueir complete
eradication from the system, the'rcmetly should
be judiciously taken according o directions on
the bottle. -
PREPARED BY .
DR. J. C. AVE R Jk CO.
LOWELL. MASS.
Price, $1 per Dottle Sis Bottles for ,S.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, tliut
it is entirely umiccensary for us to recount the
evidence ot ils virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
.,!. :,. ...,i:, t,, . .u- i...
assure the people it quality is kept up to the best
it ever hns been, ana that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOIl TIIB LURE OF ' '
Costivencsi,' JnuutUcei Dyxpepsia, Indlgation,
Vytcntenj, Foul Stomach, .Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, IVicumatism, Eruptions and SWii Viseaset,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors mid
Salt Itheum, Worms, Gnnt, Neuralgia, as a
Dinner Pill, a:id for Purifying the Blood. '
They arc sugar-cntitcd, so Hint the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the world for till the purposes of a
family physic.
Price 25 conts per Sox ; Fivo boxes for $1 00.
Great numbers of Clergymen, Pit vsicians, States
men, and .eminent personages, linve lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these,
remedies, but our space here wiH not permit the
insertion of them. The Agents below named fur
nish prntis our Anruican Almanac in which they
' : . w l e. 1 1 j f ..-
are given , win, bisu iiiii uescnpiiun ui inu hwhu
complaints, arid the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure.
So not be put off br unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they inako more profit on.
Demand Ayf.k's, and take no others. The sick
Want the best aid there is for them, nml they should
have it. ' '
All our remedy are fhr sale by
Lad bv Druggists and Dealers vrywhr.
Bov0:iyd,twfcw
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TaBOUQHOUT TEX PBESEJTT WS1K.
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A NEW FIRM
WILL BE
ANNOUNCED . .!
the Public.
or ILhj JrairOnaE OI l
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P. BAIN. "
January S9, 1801.
S, South High Street.
Sheriff's -Sale..
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B.B.
Superior Court.
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nv virtue of A WHIT OPVENni
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I aonatv. Ohio. 1 Will offer for Sal On I . I
-.,-1.. .V.. 1 A.V. Aa. f F.nvri.... AD 1DCI
I at a avtt p. m. in front or J. v. Bnodd1 star.
the village ot wesiervin. rvanaun eouniy,- unit),
following deeoribed proMrty wiu on. bay hortt.
orrellmi,olt about tw ar eld, andonrd
I and Whit str, levld on aa the
&roperty or v. Tawer.
UFFM AN, Sheriff.-'
f.bS-iota
by Bd. Davla, Depltyr
pnn AT.T!. :i
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i, i.annTE nnnv of iVAnu Liin
f tha NallnnaJ Road. West Of OotUmbU
from two to five mite fms the etty
ll ui. 1 .all iiiiinh.ssrt "
fmm tan u an ilaa traat th Mty. tSS preparty
he (old re route salt Phaa.r.,oifJr.M.
AnntV t& , ' VU11 W Am aA ix w vv s
iaullMtw , -igent for Joha . HllowV'
. Columbof Jtnuarj 10.
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TTPI INVITE ATTEWTinif ta mu af th meat
traorduiarycureaby my . ,',,,,'..
u
Jiltl
PECTORAL SYRUP. '
. ' '." " " : m-.ii
They are at horn, and an ana wk. sua u.'. em. la
quire ot tne person who have bea cnndby.lt.
SB. KITSER IS PEEPABID AT AMY TIM1 To ,
BXAMINB LUNGS WITHOUT CHAROMrEOE ALL '
TU0B1 WHO NEIS BIS MEDIOINBi. , , .
ATTEND TO TOUS OOL08 -A sw't Sv yeare'
tandlug cured by bit. ESTSSHV fSCTO&Al SITKOF
"" ' '"' '' (
Pirrsseasn, Jan. 11, 18GO. '
Da. Kirsza .- My wlnf has bMn afflicted with bad
eough and difficulty of breathing, lor flv r six yaar,.
which, for several yeara back, bad gradually Increased lo
violence. Th complaint has been fcaiwdltary, and ah
had been traated by antral phytseiaa without any re
ll.f. In this state ot her eaae, I proenred oni ot yonr1
reciorai uoogu syrup, i oougni, an Brwt usa, a any
oent bottte, which relieved hc vry much ; I then called
asd got a dollar bottle, which cured her rattnty, aad
ah has now no traoa sf tb forsnr Alee, except weak
nees. I would lo slat that I oed tb roedicln say-1
self to a cold and cough. The medicin eared aw by tak :
ing on do I express say mtlr aaturacuo with th
medicine, and yon are at liberty to publish this If yoa
desire to do so. WM. WILSON, ..
Alderman Fifth Ward.
- - . j .',
PiTTsitntoa, Nov. IS, 18SB. j
Da. Kirm : Altheaa-h not an advoeat of Patant
Medicine, in general, it affords at pWtaaur IndeKrlba
bl to recommend your Pectoral Syrup. As a r dloin
It I wall worthy th attention ef any peraon bo may In
any manner be afflloted with ooughs, oolda and aotusuf
oi any nud, ana tor in peeniiar .aauncuoni io( re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
ver, cold.
I bave been, snore or tea. In my lira, aneottd with th
svrest of colds and hoarsen eat. At time my throat
would become so eloaed a to prevtat my speaking above
a whisper, and by taking a few doie of th abov Byrup
It wouia relieve m. enureiy. ...
In leoommendiM tnis mMtcin, l must anneeuatuutlj
say that it la the best remedy I ever found, purporting to
our th above, nor should any faulty be without thi
remeoy roraiacaaes so prevaieai.
Youn, most respectfully, -EDWARD
J.JONB8, I
Caahler Cltlsea' Deposit Bank.
aaaaa.
8mawvnxB,0., Marsh 14, 1899
I hav used Dr. Kyr's Cough Syrup for a bad oougJh
of several yeara standing, and can ehrflly say la i
th best medicin for the same that I have ever tka .
i.lT.tUQM.
COL. PRATT AND SR. KXTBXB'S PIOTOKAX
STKCP. Da. Krrmca Dear Sin Kxsum Um delay ef
my acknowledging th xeUoc of yomr Peotoral Oowgh
byrup sooner, k eu great piearar ia saytag taat It sa
all yo say It la, btockeatA not otsi o mv etmgK
and th worst on I waa aver afOlotad with: I Lav mot
uaed more than one-half of th bottle, and I eta aad do
wish that all who are afllioUd would glv. it aa fair a trial
as I have don, and they will b proud u say, "1 1 1 no
quack medicine." I would not aafhr another aaeh an
attack for any consideration, or at any eost. I aas con
fident I oan breath aeon freely thaa I wr did. I shall
alway acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing o
excellent a remedy. You are at liberty t. as atv DaaM
in thi regard, a yon think ptoper M. V.PKaTT,
Meseenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa. '
Plttaburgh, May 11, IBS. , ,
n. a l am no atnaitw te my reuow-ciuuna, and
who entertain doubt can CO nml tarn, wawsaliy.
. AU V.
P.
Pirmnaari, April St, 1857.
RE AD TI1H TROTH. De. Kntsra.- Ikavaaeeagh
ter who bu tax en savcral madida for a bad eough,
without benefit among them Ayer' Cherry Pectoral-
I purchased from yoa a bottle ot year PROTOAtAi,
SYRUP, and before ahe had need half a bottl ah waa
relieved. Th second bottle cured her entirely ef her
cough. - - JOHN DARIN,
. , - Boblnaon a treat, Allegheny.
PrrTeeoaoH, December, 31, 1853.
A GRIAT CUR1 BT DR, KRYSJiK'8 PHOTORAL
SYRUP. I live in Peebles townahip, Allegheny eowaty.
I had a eonghing and apltting, whtoh ommaod ahoat
the 4th of F.bruary last, and continued tight month. I
employed th beat phyaknan In th Montr, and By
eough eon tinned unabaud until early In October. At
that time I iu advised to try yonr PECTORAL COUGH
8YRUP,whlchIdid,aadafterI bad take on bottle I
wai entirely free from the coughing and spitting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and I think It aheald be
known that this 'tunable remedy will do for other what
II ha don In my eat. JOHN 0. LITTIJB,
Witness B. M. Kaaa. Peebles towaaip.
Pattoh Tr., April It, 1857.
A WONDRRFUL CURB. Some time age, aa old
neighbor et. mine waa vary 1U, with a bad ugh whloh
every onsXuppoeed to beoonaumption. His ntattva
told m that be bad taken every rawer they beard ef
without benefit; bis brother came to see him die, and all
wr confirmed In th belief that he ootid eel live. I
bad about the third of a bottle ef year Peotoral Syrup,
whloh I gave hun, and It entirely oared him, to tbeaetoo-
tanment oi an. w net mum ta eaee mar sssaaisalila.
th extreme age ef the man, h being about elihtyyeara
old.. I hav no doubt the Peotoral eared hie life.
SR. KETBRR'S PECTORAL BYRTJP Hf SLAIRS-
VILLB Pletee tend so another aupply f yotwvela
abl "Pectoral Byrup." Almoet evanbody around a
haa the oold and are Inquiring for "Dr. Kyw Pestaral
Byrup." wnavsoutizten bottle lau week, and ai
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maher, both
Blalraviii, ra , ten us tney wovuanst enuiaat it
tbalr famille. In fact, all who as It. one want it
again. Youra, respectfully,
4.0. WAXIBiWUa Bwsib
January SO, 1880. ,
ANOTHER NEW 0IRTIFI0AT1-DR. KXTBBR'S
PECTORAL BYRUP. I had been troubled with aoouh
and oold for several week o bad waa It that I aM not
sleep. . 1 had lb adrtoe and preecrtptlon. frosa Uueeof
thebettpbyaieianain in city, wnom i ootid, nam, but de
not do to. I finally procured a battle ef year Pectoral
Byrup, which uid m entirely. Blgned, ,
w.BimunTun, -236
Liberty stmt, Plttaburgh, Pa., Jan. a, I860.
STOP THATIOOTJanTNG." 'How can I do HJ-Oo
to Keyaer'aoa Wood street and gt a bUlt hssOough
Peetoial. and if that doa't ur yoa, your oae mart b
daprat Indeed." This la aspects net th eolloqny
one hearaalmo.1 every day laeelA. aatohlnf periods of
the year. And V can, from aotaal experlm.nt, uhear
fully ooncur In th adviser's admonition aaabave. S.r w
have tried tb "Pastoral,' ta a snoat tabbom ease, with
totiresueoees. Near two wek ago wwnt to Plttaiiargh,
with one ef th moot am reeling, contrary, seuuea,
subdnabl eough V vr iprtncd alno oar advent
pon Uila mnnuan apner. nr eougDM .Madiiy ana
iborlontty for an who I. wtek, la hope of tiring M out,
bat It wi no go. In fact It eecmed rather to hav im
proved by praettc, and to hav aoqulrad str.niih.poUa
oy and dUtrtttibUity by th operattoe: In this tug of
tb siege, we eoaihed oar way te Keyset's. 140 Wood St.
procured a fifty cent bottl of tb "Pectoral, ' too 11
eooordUg o direcUone, and In forty -eight hour we war
master of th field, the en any navlcg iHUBonairy
surrendered, after a brief bat eaequel oonfUetwtth 0
formidable an edrenary aa Kaytev' rameu "Oough
Ptol',--xriw4v vupper. Jm. law.
:.; ,. -ft '- mm m
rB KXTBBR'S PEOTOBAL STRTTp I prepared and
old by Dr. GBORQB H. KBYSJSR, 140 Wood Stnet,
pittrturghiP. t -..'a. .l'.
tfjT swl w vviomue ew rwpnio at Bajmujili.
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Price, 85 tenia. . 140 Woodet.,WUbr!t,le.
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Had Betalh F1NFHT FTAPHI 6;. " K.UKS,
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