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D AILYVTEI-WEIXW AHD WEEKLY
MANY PENNY,, fit MILLER, ,
4xMm Hof.S8,8a"n4 40,oitiHlh It
,, , TIRMS INTABUBtY W ABVAH01. '.' ' . "
ObII .. . $8 00 yf Tear.
Bjr the Carrier, per week, UK -entB.,-.
tri-We'viy - Vl!?'
ernix at Advertising lr i
nt iaore I mi t'.VtSO 0
One " ' mottlii 18 00
in " monttx 15-00
)! r 3 month! 10 00
jne " Smonthi B 00
On! Iwl.. 175
vn . - -
Ibriui 75-
On 5 " ItaMiuon
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DUulMd tdrtrtiMKnaU half nor tt
j. n naulr to b pnblUhedbr Uw, legal ntt.
mv wn: mnro initu uia
.ppeif in th Tri-Wekly without chrg
K.' n ..nAA.IlTiir Am line
near in mm in tt w 'k""-y v. M-
e, $2Ti0 pr Mat; OOUide 3. .iM
MiMi.ofmetlnM.chritobloeleUe,reoinpli
Butl
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Notice of meotinil
kWaffi d ,M' '
Weekly, pn " HI? " 'P - r,T. ..Twkii
. both nted, then the chmrge lorthe WMkly wiu M
o . r the reiei oi ui uuj iJi-iii .rinl
w mAru tliement Uiken eoept for ieflnlU perKU.
business ; cards;
EAGLE BRASS
'Corner Spring & Water 8t.t ,j
6olumttifl,'QftlO'
w. ;B. potts " k ;ca,
4n Mtmfactrer of Bnw ,d Oottloa OMUnfJ,
IlnUnea itrw or vi n ""r--
Electro , Platinand ' Gilding I !
' STENCIL CUTTING, C., I?
, i r a u.. smsms,;,
A 91 D NOTARY PUBLIC.
Offlce-Aoibn Bonding, oppoilte Cpol gqure.
,,v COHTMBTja. OHIO,
Maehiae Manufacturing Company.
jti-'.w -i?
' TtnirTrnmiM oiv
STEAM: ENGINES & BOILERS,
Outings, Kni-OwrUn, eauiry
. ALIO. . I
3Eln,llroacl Worlt
' or tit Dkaoiirno. ' '
.,..-; 1 001.linBC, OHIO. 1
OHAl) . AMBOfll pnjt,'; , . . 'jt ' . AJnK,W!r
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolii!
Through to Indianapolis wUhont Change of Cars
, and but On Change of Caw between
Columbus and St.' Louis.
THREK TRAINS DAILY fROM COLUM-
'X FIRST TRAJNi ;
NIGHT 1XPBKBB, H
iiX.JiMteiT.V '
abirton. l 8:46 a.
i . u:.
ui! irZt t OlndiMtl at 8: m. ; Pwrton at 5
p "' SECOND TRAIN
A0C0MM0DATI0H , at 6:10 a. m.,torpln it all Bts-
IndtaDopoui af 9; Rtb Q TRAIN ' "
BAT SXMlI8BJ,at !p. .v 't(wpplaf at Alton,
JeBenon. tondon, Oherleiton. OoiUrrtlle, XfJ.
- VluSid. Millfordand PltlnfilUi, arrlln at Olnoto
u" M 7M Mp ; 8t. loan U 18 n; Dajtoa at J:M
8leeitoff r mn all r"jr"
B AGO AGE' ,:3nECKEi THltOUOH.
lor farther Infomattei and ThrongbjriAeJe. ppl
Ticket At. TJnlon 0M0W,.
Soch artloles as you dVWrelbr yoe. BUSBANB
Saeb ad joe for yew WIFB ! '
8-thMartp-op-r for your DATjanTITB.'
SoMywrW8TM-llliwsyonfor, t ,
a . .. unTntt nn at. .
PI-nTwft aaej fai mwmmr a. a a
Sach ae yoa van for f THI 0NB T0U L0T1 BIST.'
lach aa wilt be 9xa for w " Bwemu "
u a? 1. -Mt-tattf In m new itock Of - .
MlmJ Del WUUU W t-ia-a-vm,- --- --- -
ffATCUE, ,, CUA1N8 - .lEWEI-BTi
. .,.. i.. rLlTCIr4Ml)ti ;'n "
. . . l . ,.'i ws: ifti .-.-.''-I 0 .ai.
aUwS ItrtfTai aa.oTwii.ui w , .
r- ' a. ' i'.l w..r.V twll.lai . .7
jranow ana vbwiiu ... -,. .
. ... ,ain
pefrnioeri mw . y-j . , . . -
. v in.t ficcalTadl .. .
ftxv . nn eBEBTl and iDIftACn.
lUUTaiA tOO bagf ptl RUT Oonee.
Jlio eockeu old Bow floretnment Jara Cones.
. Mf&X Vtaidart WWte Bog.rs.wn.WIng of
' dr-d.Cbruhed,Uranuli-vaB?yVfCT,,-,i:i.:
50 ojolatale aerge: Bank Oodneh .
BObbl.. Men and No. 1 Mackerel. -
to. Vic aaunouw
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b.,'V,!r 1,an''. r-V.!nIa.?:n ,
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IftftA -.- J. all . .a -
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. iC TiTAWltT riftOCHT..?-,-TTTHITK
WIIEATi BBAND130
' i -.-r -rrr wT. ASIC."
a-ioarvTon.nl w out '--"-..-t."
rtl. W": foTsoMbjlr
TTnHrln-tT Tregente;
OAtftfCOM.1 DefcAITeES, WBBW,
CIIIM S XE8, VMESH SILKS,
Etna in raMftiooauftw
, "Winter JDraaa GKxxJe.
we art aW effStUn at Wl lew prices .
ran. ii BakkiT,
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ONE DOLLAR iPER ANNUM !
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PKEM1UMS u;FOR " CLUBS ll
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; THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN 13 PRINTED ON - . ' 1 : -j
lie A MI O SHeSv
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!
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- " . PATABLTTST ADVANCE, ' . , . '. ,v'
. it u .n old nd rellabU Demoeratio Jonrnal, mi, m ft political paper, hao ', ' , " !
No Superior In Ohio or say other State!
. .... i. 1 !iL lLt
n ftdditbn iU politioal oharaotcr, it U a fint olaM newapaper, wrnuning w wnoet. w
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY, '
An epitome of the atirring erenta constantly oeonning at home and abroad, and choice mhcel.
r , o it .1 aiM tha laimt ajid most reliable
PDWM mnuuiwi u
mI mart nf Tmtia and Commerce,
(IVIH U W "vj -"- "
The Easiness Man. the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each find their tastes and Interests consulted ana awenaea wun w" ':.
THE WEiaELiLiY, STAT23SMAN.
During the session of Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the, WiTOT Statm
Kam will be fumiBhed with a concise report of the doings i of eaoh of those ."jj;';,.
During the past year, the circulation of the Www Statoiuic hu inemaed Tery rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelra montha ago. It our desire to extend iU o.r
eulaUon, not only In Ohio, r--.)., -., :, ' " -:- ' ;' : 1
But in all the States aEd.Teiritbries West of TJs! :
In proportion as it is diflfosed among the people, its usefulness will be increased! and we Invite
P", ... , . TMnn.x fRmdio kid us m riTine to the Wptsti SiAtieHAB 4 , , .
Che Largest PbssiBLfi .Circulation
Among the people. The price of Ue paper is so low that no, ltonoorat need "
an InueemJnt to friends to aid us in inoreasing the ciroulaUon of the Wht Statiih, we
A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS
To the person who will, by, the 1st day of January, 1861.: tend us the Urgest Club of yearly
Kwtheeaih?.
second lareest UluD oi suDscnoers aa aioiwwuu; .s. , r . . ninhnf
thVthlrd largest Club of subscribers aa aforesaid: and to each person who sends us J Club of
ten7rly aubscribers, with the cash for the same, we will send. oppy, bf . tha . ....
Weekly Statesman One Year without Charge!
T Those who are willing to compete for the Premiums', or solicit subscribera for the SUtes-.
inn; can cut thb Prospectus out of the paper and attach to it ft ettp of writing paper, on which
to record the names of U personft "who may beeome subsenbera, ;l , .,
.,r - - . MAiTYPENinr as miller,' .'
'!!'jlV-" ' . ': ' rrrtussiuwao nAmtA..
NAMES,
P.
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to
STONE'SBAZAAR.
rN"o. 4 v. GKvvnne ' Block.
A. iP. STONE & O'HiRlll
; A BKflOW REOEITHOTMi.i w nn-
A. MB, OO0D8, and InTlte the pobllo to Inipeot
(hem. Do men etoci; oi unx , ,v , .i m
this mfcJXYl. The Boum, umiKqo" v.
"I1. , ' i . .hi. ta nnnhiH the nt.
aU,SrrdUU. fthMforcedtb.
Mrt.B.l ( in New York at Ibeee Unf Mlet, took
rantfth,andw.r.nd-.ll
haiM. ai IMS UeU su in wuv yaw -
plld fof Uieia Ln N e Voik. Onratock Uoomplele la
eTtiy aeparawai oi . ( , j v - ;
ELEOANT DRESS SILKS, i i .i
, UllUMAH hWUM
T BROCHE VALENCIA3,
. , rKlIS ln.u miKinui
. .. . "'"iotWTir.n r.OBURGS.
; ; , dyED.cobugs,
BtACK ALPACAS, i , t. d f. ...
Fancy woven fabrics
. .,! .... ') FOfWNS. PRIN'fS,
Mb
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AND CL0AKS1
ilTive TlaWDollais Worth!.
Bought in One my;'
Xt aall tn Oest ejf latpaitatien.
' ' LADIES' ' FURS, J
.ii varlat.ee. at' tha Celehratea
. aM f c. a. onw-tj-i:
111 --
w ; . then '-:
,.-, ..- I, V.l.l I -SO, TO,
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HOSIERY DEPAUTMENT
raaWlilww,; m Oottoaaidrw.
a awftar-wwM. .1 !i. T. ft-i... .J
I A eemplete Mior tment ' of all the'usual rarle-
UetM..i:.. ;K u .. r.'
LADIES' CLOTHS," ' rf;
.iraft.
i. . i. ' a. .. ' 1 .t- :-): I IV I.KI .ll-. I lIJUi3ai
.0 in . i . . TWEEU3,
. ar.TW.ra " . t,...,y-
j l v:; !r vl .J 0K1.39 '1 tUIUWIi--to,
Pow.
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:-in
- keiohiefs, , &o. .
il . a. Itarin AnrWDTU.
TO TMnHTIT. WHO wTtll 'a --I ww l -p- - -
. T. . i i ... I ft ana aTtnnnaal BtnrK OT UOOO.
now UJTffl Ul. Irtw, iaa.
erer e-ou In this market, or pay them en o-l'er
aTWBII.--...n-...-"..- . . ,..
01-lliSBVWaw-. ' TJftv- -
OlftpRIt HU "HIHTS.
aainnu UTt.T, aUflLTA. 7
nvuviT -.y- .,;...
't-jm 1 i OOLuaa Bkuiit tiu.n
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rrn .--".;'' a; iT ,h n WlU. -aa.
siaevat ana .-" 7'" ---'j-i.-ii-,
TOn""r--J.-.-"w:rn . .m. aad. aachebTrt
-a-Tnni-l Mil BBMM. .I A SteCg f SI I quUUa
r-T. ' -.I. .. . - .
6oW-y'f-'TT' l-.J.-t w-MSoulbBlgh. treat
fAITVlta. . . ' - . - -
I COi'.
Watches ' and Jewelry .
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.:...... aaa. WW)
Aa'i llrm A0..P. .n.r
' 1 f
ell
a hand at
"I : a. ' .a.-' ftk
i no. iO-l BO-"
i. KIRKPATWfJK'S,
h ni-h Btfoet, Columbui,
Mwrjiot
V... rW.IP'---,
w ar Sow eseiiag oar imm.mw VtaSis
Sllke at price laet th-n ever ZFm&
fch. attrntloa of th ladles of thllty tad vanity
Solicited, a oar itoett M very teirrr t'r.a
,0 -004.U. mis itos..--; "?Jfi2ur
POT-. ' HO- a" PUWSS a-iB"
I 1. IK
ter Hwaiaai aParpaeea."
)TJR1 BRANSDTBS. WTNBB, 00 ft DIALS, AKD
ft, ftUam...-)U
i worst' !',s "-'':i'
tVM. MnDONAtiDi
- lOfl Soath High SWevr
a - -.-v. aaftinift. an V a ft-' W TTT I
B1.I ODD " aaa.aa waft... " -...T.7
of legaxii qoguuTg tvt Myinj
jlety ... an
M
greet-.
NAMES.
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WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
' I.' ' : ..-..-
' TATtnm Vt STVIBat THOTJ BANDS
i . . . . j
ift. atv-a nftnaa In Otllo. Sntald Of Oiftwlnnatl
Offers 'Facilities for Advertising
I". 1 Whloh CANNOT IAH. to brie ... ...
speedy and BeroBneratlwe Beturae
to moss wbe take ad-antage ef them. .
THE WlCEXtLY BTATHTOTAW,
BUtrnt-.tU(
n . .1. . - T n--a Pines a. Roariofu
aClCIICS a JJficuiaflavi vau
Vhoss Mtroaage to nhuMe, aa who seldom sea
ft i twn Xdltlonj of city journals; and at oniy
Dally -tdlllons or city journal, v
)l Liinitad KumDer OI Aa7erui6menM
. . . . . . - a-...'aT. ..
Are insertea inm eoini--i py-fti-.. J
HAHPSOMEIY DISPUVEO!
"i- e-wf eaintot a T',1J .
ii
aAattaC-aot Attexxtion
b..c j.m .- Alt! ; ' ' ' '
......... . j... i
WHOLESALE DEALERS
AdrertUlim In th TIEUT flTAMBHAH will !
-' . -a a- '.ill !o -liriilft
ra-T-r. n,irr at irti"
lflL HILntADL Uf inHUi-
i; '
Which Is alrnoet eertaln to follow an sxtenalre -IaIn,
r . I. atlon of a Mowadp ei meir -to-. . v
a t fttnBi.-.a-t .. aTJlTlrDO I
Ammii 'LUUiaii-X jjt,OmjJCit.a 1
ri ,
AD VIRTIMtUtNTS INTENDED ICOt ., ,
Tho -Weekly Statersman
Should be banded in before Irlday noon. .
SOMETHING NEW
,:.n:. i-- e-r-w-'. .--c I
HOW ARD eSc OO'S.
(O
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Pr
AMERICAN WATCHES.'
Mi AT NO. 83, aOTJTII DIGII 8
aaaal a BBITt Itlm fttlP , flUftlClw fif
AMERICAN WATCHES,
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winanicmra 07 e uvwnnw ------
tO thl DO DUG, OllwWiwie e--iwn-pi
a. ' .. 1 1. (k .Vara 41 .--
I CAn tail in am t. pnen w sum tuv puicw,
-k-aaia-awl e. iav-a atMk ttf 1 ' u .
IT.VtV.W W, -,- . ,. . , ., I
, i., AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by APPLBTON, TRACT, It 00 r
(Insaaortmentof '"' '' : ".' " 1 V.'-. '.'"
aGl,Isn A5D HTISS WATCHES,
):,:,; m Oold and Bllrer Cases, at a-amepricai. il.
JenS3 .''HI l ' J. 1ATA01.
ntt.
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Tlrft-
dw.
ts
th new k on aaiuionaui DiftaTiM. .
i. .-., a r. j.i,- Cat
DtWmpOOning, IJUiiiu ati- iww..a w-..
.traetTver he Peat OBlo., .abate au.faeoa
Children' Hale DiwUlDI don la lb but style.
jyei-dlv., , . .. , .,
,0 ElX I.SC !JI ;N'S NJEtjSA !!- -1.-1.
vj , u-niitiitn 1 pay-, ,.inMn...-n-.
The meet eeUabl anoitmeat la tk -.17 and at-a-l-
lytowprtowefti, okSiv , - .T---.
aOT-4. " 1 I . r 1 : ft"W. a wftftw .ft" -..WW-.
. UEItnir KtEQIaEB
Oale pf Pbaloo'S ttaWUhmealk STJ IiJ feprtaore
ESftKOANT flaftlN ULAVa aa.aa.a
atreet Buqaaa and Mntft;;l,i
aad taasstotoBat,,.... niuil .-.,,
may--,'
BIT,
TT B
A lnbu'diwloe'pplea reeelved on eonilr-menl
tosaiebT: jj "v "?"lWI!-5ia,;
in,.. n n niiii
mLM iw trVlSI tvy-
f).!.1?... 1-1
r tr
AND SILK FANS
new
dlaa tan) at
I a.n ! . I
pv IftINF.lt Alt 0 II.--. l A-s
tSlai ' Ribbpe Bound, Bxten.ion
W.MttT'Jr". !(-.. BiiM'S-
t.'trt K-BTeiWSeatkHlghaeaee,.-
Winn' MANTIftE BABAOEf,
VV While and Bl-k,lrevlTedM
tr,Hrat..ta.v;.i....;..'.tg
Trl Weeklf, F"" " !S
Weeklr. peir" " - 1 w
Jane's Valentine.
BY MRS. H. M. LADD WARNER.
nri.li - .(--it..' thUatti Threa rimntifnl
glrli conrulsed with laughter, and one plain-
lacea mawen oamea ib .
entine'a Ee. Mlaoue alter uw o oeen
i bare come ner to-nignt to oner mmii to us
ftJffJSJK tSfeM
ftber. . " . . . .. .
cuhuc cits. ------ - Tr, ,.
k...v iftA tl kV Ti.rlnr tt Judge Milford
UillUK UH lliHI BMJ W iftT" ' T tJ . "
I aKboi n 1 nn ai wattF- SoiBfl OI thaM Of
ferlnea were large and expensive; some tiny
ana ueiioate; one repimv i.;i
redolent with perfumery; all eminently ally.
But one of thee had oeeaaioned the mirth of
the trio, or the grief of the one. Some mlgar
person had sen I rile caricature to the plain
sister, ftocompanied by exaggerated deserlp-
(ion oi nernguuBM m
. t miit aalnrnl nnnoh to Jane ta knner
that the possessed wo claim to peraonal beauty.
upnia ene nare ion bik " wu ! mo wuum
L . aH mmrw HiffflrAnt .1 ti mn4. lint hftW
UIT. iv j
listers always managed to bring their own nret
I . I. I ..!. Mlftk k.a . I -1 n
mmm Kfe bViA MT.Il frM from O. nPVATie
um awv - - - - j
tort of eonaoioasness of her person 1 defects.
Bat the nagoM tenee) aa panens epim,
which i tbey had not. Still, when tbey grew so
merry over her solitary Valeotiue, she finally
burst into tears, lu spite of all her efforts to the
contrary; for Jane was In the h.blt of control
Hog her emotions, when wounded aod heart-sore,
until aafety concealed in her own room
"Lookl" exolalmed Isabel, opening her large
black eyes to their utmost captoiiy. "the cbiid
is really weeping. Why Jane! yon are more
III. .Inin. .dan IT,. ' Vnn wnnlii nTr
llftV WUV JIIK.UI W vumm w . . m uw nvw.w ..w.w.
do for heroine in ft novel, for tbey are always
j t ,..tft.i. i. t ....
repreacuicn mm irroiBuuiv iu tears
i "Mercy! bow red your eyes are," ejaculated
aiure orbed Clara. "You do look frightful !"
ft-Tha nan child cm'l hcln beine nslv !' In
tenweed Fsnoy Rasing complacently into the
mirror opposite, where her red lips aud auburn
'.I..1... - . Ja.....Mn.U aIt rA '
riUKIVHi WOT. TUftaWMIT
. m. . , 1 L . I 1 1 ..L I T -
I "mat isjusi wuaipaius mo, suooea jue.
' 'Beaante God saw fit to crente me plain, I
Ar nnt aatf avriv I ariAlllft ha marlll thA hntt of
every coarse jest. I suppose I hare failings
likeother people. Should my faults of temper
or omissions ei auty, oe cnoseu aaiuujoctevij
rldloole, I am (are I would not complain, but
to ridicule my personal appearance, I think,
aavora ot coarseness and Ignorance.
Isabel's black eyes flashed. Jane, the young
est of them all, always so submissive, always
so humble to burst out so suddenly, with so
pointed a declaration! L'
- "Mr. Lee, In the drawing room, wishes to see
Miss Jane." announced the servant at this junc
ture. ;''
'Are von certain he said Jane?" demacded
Clara.
"Yes-, mem," replied the waiter. '
"little, (a IU aealn.' no doubt." auecreated
Fanny. ; Jane la such an excellent nurse; ' and
TbsKaI mAAaA 4lf tah eraialn P.har1ia tiA.1 Mm,
I. 1 ik. ....I.. (M . uuIaKU . . ,
III W BLICLIU Uw VTCUUJ5 IU piwauig Tffti.
11 woum ccriuuij ..TV uoou tvij 5rwVauio,
ft rl T . . . talt ena.tftntrin nnJ I.,
IUT UUai lCQ JJCO IT IB ftlwU, IUIB'IUVftlU,BUU ftU
telligent, widower and remotely related to the
j. i t - j . l . cr.il. f. 1
ruiixorus. JLtw wuuucr, iuv .tau& luuuuv.wvueiu
Charles an interesting ' gentleman, his little
daughter Lottie a perfect angel, and his country
seat ft terrestrial raraaise., ,
" YMnav e-M.Ai1 7iv tVi -ft ti t rt a flffl mlnn.MMm
itHriDg to etftoe U traces of her recent grled
"Is Lottie iU?" interrogated, hea as Mr. , Lee
I "No, Jane," he replied, ''Lottie la well,
.In want." '' . - ; ,
. "In want!" Jane repeated. , . '. . r
a, v mm In ara.. m. a nfflh aw ...1 n a art I a anI
,
iwuci.
. -...I T . M .V. r.U...J ft-ftwlk
tt uj 1 am m .cry pmiu, sun nuicicu ,vi
"I hare Juit received the most horrid carica
ture you ever saw, ln consideration of.ray claims
to extraordinary ugliness."
' "I recollect thiDKlng you plain when I first
saryou,"he replied; "but now, in my, eyes,
you are the prettiest of the four. Besides I
oot base my preference on personal beauty.
You are rood, gentle, end sweet-toned; and
lore you. But about the Valentine; do you
consider me particularly Ill-looking?" .
"You, Mr. Lee!" said Jane, Innocently;
"why your are handsome
.M
I rntMmn as tour own. I'll be bound." and
ISffii . fi,,, reVealing a lone widower
the I ghlrering orer ft miserable fire. "But this
iwuium . a,
. drtarBl1Bd: tppea, to ,0Ui
withBundiDg my fear of your reply, when I eon-
elder mt thirtT slx andyonr eiebteen years.
JMftlUlUt J .- w. w . .wv.j, n w .
r my thirty-six and yonr eighteen years,
ft barrier, dear JaneT '
.
.
Uklng ft light, Jane glided ;out of the room
beftlonewtth
I TH.a aav,
iu
BS
elder
ftkw .
Dear Janet What charm lingered all around
it . ivaa lletlak aavataifftl I" tVtu. Vim A awMliinil.
UlfjBj tWW ft-eetv aviws -- eaa-a IVi jiivuvhh
oed them eo softly end tenderly before? No
!.l ..J.k.uw.lftft..ll.J.
SOe WU pueiUTOi luuiu.v.m; reiiiicui
.. .ftl-IUI TaknnM BIT thin ( th.t
i "What eaa keep Jane so loogJ" aaid Clara,
reetlesslT,"I ean't think for my life what cousin
.1 I M ...III w .. I.. - I . 11 . . I
wwtrmwiiHft
ii Jane entered the room Just as she had epokea
.1 a Am M .' ' ;. ft . H'- a -.1 Vl. .1
mf.. WWwM... . ' '
. aitXTkAwa la ftaanaln P.awlaflf tirimmA FarmV.
"ITHwBWUO. "ww. wwa.wwi m ww,hj
"In the study with pipe was the answer,
tlODI HiU HOT UVW uumt-ni
m.Av ai Minlnflr -fATAndAi. hhtrFin ' m.nA
Ak U HwAf e--v uiu, .-, w.-.E af
aPDolntment could be dUoorered in the faces
..rr . . la la. ,L.!. AfVaUa.. ka
tne inree sinera on omnug wivit i-ucr wuRirr-
a-1-Aa. IaiwaA.i-.we frkeft all IT I hi A MlaVtAfl feKii tieajl mAr.!.
UlttbV ai uv vai uv vai, .-- hw.vh -w -
"For," said he, "I hare always hoped to
Charles Lee my, son-in-law, and though
are no beauty, I think he has manifested
T. a. h. M-trafntAl SK lav-ia afiA
at it oceuionally, for fear her other Valentine
(Charles) should sncoeea m mating st doucto
Herseir prew-f.: -- -'- -
- a .o'.r
Amusing Love Affair.
.
hS, wery one, and the banker did not eeoapa
htTeJoit general feeling of good will. : s
The banker, on tJunday afternoon, when
l -1 . J aa..-.M A-A.slrnallw V
'tlio,a
.
,
i u
.-i
The London correspondent of the New
a Y. -1 ... .l.aaaaa Kaa V..lAtaf4nt!r '
ienS e-Zeaw fll .
A good sell le related ot a wealthy
here, who le very kood naturedrbut le Inellned
to be a trille faet in 010 view or m. ....
a favorite olerk, a young man about twenty-one,'
remarkably baodwme, modest and highly
i v fthna nnalltla. ha . waa liked
W
ID! oauar, ii :-
one was expected,, would ocCasioneJly
young man to tuii nie young lamiiy
uiban vUla,as tba conversation of the
man wm so correct and ao clever, It oould
k, ka nf ari.antaire to his children . Thla
..i .ija-ftl-. k,,t It waa a wortd
wrtor, and wa can only wish, all ot ue, that
were more committed. I have jwt meatlooed
that there was a beautiful daushter of
summers; but that may always ba understood,
nka -a.a nf rvinreA. no attentioua on the
a i - un - r . ? - a--.-i-
Rial. I - .. -..n . nthnr than extremely
... I OI WftV TUUftlK ftftft-fta., -
wiU .71. reserved abd proper. The youth, In
f
.. n.
iva
atrvejae-' -
lit
loate, reserveu auuprupo..
. ' . .k In.ltatlon ta the
01 OILr-:-:C-...h .U and alai hi. lun-S
seat to orwuw ii.".. - - - --
? -a- .mnk. . evidently very III,'
though be deared himself -.til d rebust,
TeanTot K Tui whal 1. the lna.t
wno-was in iuw -- - 7
wnntn hud lost brought In some papera. - i
I y.nIaV Ti-! aa-, fa IT, . Wrar.L'' f TlhoUli
i , "Tven,you -I- .-rj-r.s:-
for A man or your tiu n t.pwmm,
numbir two. 4 "Oofi'i you know
trioveV H U midrtty and proprlet
.. - .-a 1 -IV. a. alnrr
ST ean.1 11 11 a HQti KUU W ItfU a
in "J tell you -
and in- te01l't daughter, who would no more
-- .lXAtiTa for ason-ltrlaw than' yoa
ft hlojhty old oott'MriJ!f
BOTH oW ft W daughter,' aMb 84
j I lTutuk J0U lb h WM." f
A annn aa hanks Dnmbar tws) had diMDoear
ed, the olerk was called In. . ...
.a ai r.n aa (n Inv anrl nlnlnET1 awav
- ftjw a. , tw mi " - , a i
for the object of your affection that'a your se-
. . . . . wri ji j .ft . .1 1 . ..fu.
eret is in - nny am you uu mu
slrt , . 1 . 1 .i ,
The youth was silent. . ..
w-n mi bov. 1 nitv von: but I will rive
... a r.laa nf ajalno. If th damrhter la fair.
iuh at lw , n w
she's worth running ft risk for. look beret
there are 500 and two months' leave of ab
' Sun awav with the girl. Bah! don't
look to stupid. I did the same before you, and
... a a Ift
ll uas not pur- me..-, -
rftka. fa.1l nnna kfa IrneMkel. kWti Wll DC-ftn
the point of making ft elean breast of It, when
tne old man rose ana ten prwipawiy, w -..uio
a scene. The young man considered ana so tea,
and the consequence waa that the next day
week there was no daughter at tne omnertftoie
of the banker at the country house. The house
was in consternation, nod the search made for
ber in all directions. A note, however, was
found on her dressing table, conveying the, cus
tomary prayer for forgiveness, end ft note, en
closed from the young clerk, stating that, be-
llDtn(itkft(i.nV maanttn fflVftl him hint with
regard to his daughter, and waa not able to give
1 . ... . ! ft. ta tiajt
Oil pUDlIO COnseil., VWMJg w apycagauuw., ua wa
acted on his own suggestion, and that ere "bis
father-in-law" bad received the letter,; he (the
olerk) would be bis soo-in-law. ,, ...) ....
Jewels and Jewelry worn in New York.
.
i0
but
All works of art are pleasant to the eye of an
.educated person, bu. the labpratoriee of the
precious metals ana stones wuioa oinoimr.n
the art of the practloal jeweller have alwaysbad
a peculiar charm to all classes of civilised peo
ple Hence the displays made in the windows
of our first Jewellers always gather ft congrega
tion of admiring gazers.
let toe exniDiuons in tne winoowa give- out
a faint Maa nt th aath and rnntllnftla. Oi a
first class lewelrv establishment, a feot which
we fully verified day or two ago by per em
bulation through the establishment of Messrs
u.ii Ul.nk Mr 1 n n . ftCM.ana.aa .
Wail, UlftU. w Vv., v. aiw j .
Among the latent works of art, this firm have
added to their already well aasoried stock of
jewelry, is a set of diamooda, consisting of a
neokuoe, Bracelets, orooca ana eer-ringe.
Vlue, twenty-five thousand dollars. . it
-Pk. ...tl.-i ta ftAmmarl nf fn.t .ftVt.aa Krll
I Uv VUft.iftVT a. iwajivnw v aw. .j - w..
If.. . .ft1 ... .. a .t.. a alaala.
from the centre are appended aeven. pear sbap-
J jl J J n . . ft n mA . In.
CKi ULUikUU k,.uuaUV, Ul l.lff IU1 Ul wftjfta imuti
The cost of the necklace aloue la sixteen thon-
j . . ...
MUU UUUBJIl ; J .
. The bracelet and brooch, the latter of filagree
work, have each ft cluster of thirteen diamonds,
of large sire, ln fine setting. The cluster on
hUC UAewVCiilwf IU eaiB avi us wa v -iiMV vaiz-uv,
log or contracting according to the desire of the
TiVa aA. .tnrwai am rtlaf n trA A.v rvirAeirl nf twt
A UW cwilutieiB anatus euw wuiin'"v'
tfttmnniin. nA&ihaDed. the nnner one small
and the drop of a medium sire. The coat
. - i j a j
toe ear. rings is tnrco uousana nve nunareu
aouars. , i
Tha n,T( arMala r1am.nilIno naftlnnlei attan.
tion it ft ladies' brooch of enamelled basket-
work. The centre set la an egg-ehaped Car
buncle, and of an unusual sise. The whole
surrounded by settings or brilliants, and us
value la nine hundred dollars.
A nrIc1ani mad, of American narla la Com
posed of forty two pearls, in ft tlrai from the
centre of the necklace is lai-cre eler-ehapcd
pearl pendant. The cost of this ia fifteen hun
dred dollars, n ".. '
rPU- l.ft.ft .l.l..r.H. I (a. kata ilaaa.i
alio wn.1 o.jriv wi viuauicu. iui un.. hi.
iug Is ft diamond hair pin, composed of ft pto-
r I.. ftlu -m ..a .ua.ft--a a1-a- In Aa1t
IUIIUBUI iniBB aiftU natUft.MI Uw'ftT BBtUI gaiia.
HPU ! I.ftf lk.IMk.N... .(.- n-naftnaa.al
AIIO IU ft U. Ml, IVia lU.Df ftUB W.M..I.U...
portion thereof being fastened on a wire spring,
in Mdfv ia hend It InU. env desired shsne. The
ft,.J a. tV Ia. L.J.aJ 4ftm1t..--kl
revcu - uiui uuuuresu uviuii
u,
heir plot are
each eel. : i
A lad.'i hrcaatnln. in th. ahana of a batter
fly, le also new and rery attractive. The wings
are composed of two triangular opals. In gold
VlllUK, IUBWWW VUtrifttaw fm plug HIHB WUnial.Uwfta,
Ilk a-J -aa.la aa .-It aft Tkaaaaa
IIU UIBBIVUUI BUIft UTflW BB IBTftftw.. ft u
of the Insect are iormedof small rubles, acd
. i t . i r . i b . a I I I a-1
tue wnoio put ia Taiueu at twv uuuureu uo-
lare. .... -..(,..
a pearl set Taiueu at tnreo tuoutaou uto
hundred dollars, le alee unique and attraotire.
The neoklaee ia composed of pearls, emeralds,
and diamonds; the style of setting being a copy
ot amiquo oesiKU. .uv ucuuiuu ui ui. hbw
Ibm inH hpanaTfttt. at- anlAnrllrl ' nflclmfina
N. Y. Com. Adv.
I
he
,.
Is
to
one,
-
and.
(
of
. .
UlwbVTftftBftftft, WBKwaUT- HWim af.-a -aa -,
bills, and Iook. rftlnly around for cbalr,
I. anfHintl fr from duit ta alt down noon.
TVa.iha ftllnir mnalln wlnrlnar Anrtaln.
'. ; , ' -i- ' '
Vaw 9w.ift.T. fTnaanm An nntlrl aromaa! Lit
tla linn and mnnh narfnra. t. Plant, of iewelrT
and lack af atrinM and buttons.. Silks
laeee, and tattered under-clothes. Diamond
rings and soiled collars. Feathers and flowers,
ami hattaparf nan frill. ' Silk atocklnn and shab
by boots. Who hat not seen her 1 It yon
a person or courage, enter ner ux-Baiua;
Make your way over, the carpet through mie-1
mated slippers, tippets, belli-btoiis,halr-plna.
mrtnriau. macaunaa. laanion rjrin-i ana annaiu
r.7. V . 5 t v.i- 7v.i
1 UaUwfttHl.ft ftft OW .ftftWiftft .IUI Tft BU TVia
T k. -ft .k- Jl.-a -..II. alarfaa MH.Inft
iftvva a. mw viuy nftuuft. wiuuu v- .,
quesuonaoie dm quui sia piuww , tua
Ireshnesaof ererything yonr eye falls upon.
n ... . j 1 ftk. II
upon mw CIO-! uoox, win m. ku. iiib
J .. .11 ..!- II. ka .ft I nk In llmft.lf kaavftad
UrOBM ail HHBW - .Tftwftft aw aaaa-, i - -
pellmell opoo tbsirpegai see the band bote
WltnOUt OOVerBa ana ftll I0 oorriuio panpanna
11. -" a 1. anM Inafflal-nt. warrant. Idaalaaa
1IIVI WJ , ,rMft, iMW-a ,
female monstroeity, who will,, of course,
. . . : I A . .
enosen out oi a oevv vi pracuoai,
, , ft k mmXAmm 1.1m
mon sense gins, 07 avm -aaa wuw ubww t-r-1
self on "hie knowledge of woman," as bis !fhelp
meet" for life! . I use tbe word "awiatroeltj"
advlsedly, for even in tba eeu 01 a p-ison
have seen wretched females trying, with
men S neautuui lnsnnm, w prime h. hwbii-air-
ka k.-a aaalla llh anma vml ftnlnelai
Thank Heaven! the untidy woman U the esoep
. . . , tir ii 14 . .
in ruio, .1.01111 i. - "j
FANNY FERN.
A Conflict with a Tiger.
i
1
mo was rolng through hi f erhimaoee
.1 Unreal Mander "s Menageries rwaatly,
it hit hand In her arooth . Jlanang
Or
-
banker
uu
Intel
1 bv
MAjy '
tr,: i
ti no
aikthe
WhUa ltuoomo was
.v. .k. ......I ll ai a a
witu ft"- ------- ------ -
atlftrtraa eauini nn aan in n.r biwi. -m
knee I the amaU of the Ugre-e' bwak. aad pmalag
" . . a at.-. akaa-a aalalaa Kaa laeaaai
atalnwaeoarao, -a. --. -
wlta me ngm uaoii, - . " 1
than retain the lert Band 10 nr moaiBT bo
1. ... kl. i-l.. Ulan lMlmtni
rr'r . ki. --waua. hntwnaa Mamoofto
craaftcu u. --- ------ .t ,Ki . ,
ainar. r. - a...-i-iB
mluutet elapeea nenjr iaw nv -.v.. s
! .. . af alala.,. an! a n a
of lip to -'P--"""r',,ll,
donvar
-
iwthon.ht
?h- hollroaWs applied qolcrlr and turely, by one
tbe keeper., t on M ia wJrgwa. ' "
aad1 as though o oaa mm mmnr u-m,
spnDiepn - Maooom quick a. llghtalog drew
hand 1 fwty. caught hold of a this sUck, .irnck tbe
1 " "
Liverpool Mercury.
was
there
nineteen
patt
a.it
uell-
spite
Ift ICS
rr ,
banker's
of
.
and
the
with
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what's
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a a.ir":' . ar-.kaa: i-.-i. a
rew aeitr. . -.
prwierence win btii .- t.p rr-i
' . . ...'. ... l.Uk ll... .nnl. .
earn a. mgwui - ',;r ; v., .,.
or which services tney ar wuiiug w pny
think or
would."
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and
Ixpensss.
of from
1600 to $800 pr 'jear,
Vm furtlwr ptrlleulart address r - , i 1
W. B. M0BKH0TJB1 fc CO. ;
,', ';' ' ... 98-49. -w--a.leeer. :.
tanD-da. t . ' Jerwy0lty.rT. I' J
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, '"I V. . . ..ft lO i -JHnOT7.VBftBB.B. ,(,,
W. Slaughter atal. . . ) r
-r,v VIHTUK OF A WHIT waiiaara
U . .--i ,-. .,. aniwrlor Court ot IrankUa
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Thunday the 14th .otTe; A.R1.U.
t a'olec Tb a. la treat W nniweyiroi-e
.. - t .k.as - - asra Aiitt, ana nanai
atTMiami-ft.Tar.wft. . --';-a;
febt-lOU
ky 14. Davis, PepM-:
GREAT SLAUGHTER!
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bad mi trvatea 07 MYami fLjutm wmai mm- ra
il. t Tn fthl. at. fa ft. Ka m M 1 f ti waa aaaa ana
nan Tain ft' a .a ay PftiBifli pujaaEwaaa Tiwnw Bftw iw
lief. Ia ttal iUle of hr 0, I proonnd etn of joor
Pootoml Ooagh ByroB. I booght, th Snt Ibm, flfijr
oent bottte, wblob nlivd her vry eh ; ItaM
.. .1 aAft a anil.. ftw..(a wkl.k Mft Ka awtftw.lv A
I bow no wrer th lutT.r eiii an . oacyt ruh
I weald .Ukj n.t thai I need Uw a-i4eln atr
aeoldaorl agh. The aMdelM earod e by Uk
do. J ezprees my entlr wrl.t ttoa irtth Um
O.DL doiim, wuico tiivtwu nr T.ry io f .ia
ai.il got a dollar botti. whloh enrod bor ooIto', and
ab has nw ao traoa of th brater dUwae. easaat mttk
waaa T ... L.1 alan alala lhaft T naad Ik. a.L.ln. ..a.
elf t I
medlelna. and van are at HberUr to oabllth til If tarn
dedretodee. ;.- WB WIl.-o,
. . r Aldenaa rvuMv. .
: ' ' -.' Ptrraseibaej. rr. tSiMB.'
ua. wVirtBft-aaiuwBgTj o, an hibh w raiiaa
ftuvu a ii.w. uj ifiniBfti . iuuiu. au y hhwuiub
bl w -ae-amand roar Ptal tynp,' Ae a aMkda-
ft. Iftft well wvauft ftllv .i'TUUVft v w. ym .a v.. ..vh aav
any Banner b aflltetad with oaTihe, soldi aod hoaieneat
wl aa, BWa aw .v. a (..W.U.. ,ww .ww. . . w-.
. .11 .K. . ... u.l... .IMftlni a
IU u. in, aift iftia a.i ana kuiiiiii. .wi.ub mw
ver oold. ...,..... j
I have been, nor or loci, la ay lira, alfoeteA wife th.
overeat of euldt and hoanes.. At timet my hnat
woald beeoaie to clui-d u to praTWctmy nuftftiig
1. 1 ..ftL. .-Li . . tmm ftua a. k .hflm Q
wuiaftwift:. aiMi u, ftaaiiiw a paw wa v. w . ujy
H would roller me entirely. -
U rewOwJ-Senaia IU worara,, . man aaiaaaiuiua iy
ay that It I. toe boat remedy I err found, purport!.: t
corath afeo.ao shwal. any -tavtly be wltiroat tar
r.medy lordmaam eo prertieot. . j . ,.
Toon, tnoet r-tpeetrhlly,
, , KDWABinj.aQJIl!. ( y-sT
- j Oaabler ClUn' Depot! t Bank. R
. t ftu-ainuxa,0.t lUrck 14, 1W9 t
f haaa naan Tl. Kav aar'a flmfttrbl 8vnin for a raid ennai
of eereral yean itandlng, and can oheerfolly amy It il
IB beet tneaKin lor uj mm w a nn btw nam
a . TT . a aftva.
n
flnt.. PRATT AND SB. XITSBll'l FACTO aAL
8IKCP. Ka. Kctmov--Dear Sir: Bzooa tba delay of
at- aakaaiadria- Uinalle of Toar Peataral 0oh
B-rapeoo-ar. I tak gtaat nlaaaara la aajiag thai It tt
all yon aty ll IB. ft Wwycaau um tw J vm vj w laywy
tod th want aaa I waaerer atntetaA will- I aav not
atal more than ona-balf ot th botU. and J can and do
WUB IU. aftft WlftW BIT BUftftftwwra waft, g'.w ..aa . a w
a I have don, and tbay Will a proud ta y, "It tons
qoack medicine." I would not suffer another ouch aa
lu-ck lu, any Moatd-raiteD, or tt any ecu Iaaa
Adant I can raath mora fratly than I tt did. I aball
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for lavenUagea
la this regard, aa you think proper B. T.FBaTT.
Meawnger Oommoa 0-unoll, littbarh, Fa.
ttftftwka.wh II.- 11 10T.Q.
N. B -I eat ao atraager to ay BllowtlaB. aai '
th atti-via doable aaa eeatalt wm pwtMoally .
B. W. W
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PrrrtTimaw, April ti, PJJ7.
: EBAD TBI TRUTH. Da. Kaiaot: 1 aare adaagk-
far wno oa. laaea kt.ttu ikijwiiitb . . a n. waa,
with baa.St among them Arfm 0bny Pactoral.
I porehaaed from yoa a bottle tt your PB0T0IU1.
8TBUP, and befor aha had aaed half a bottle aha was
rUTd. the aaoand bottle eared hr aUrly of hag.
- innill TftaTftTBI
oo ugh.
Bofctaaoa stieel, Altag-eay-
..n.J fi ).. PrTTtapaaBT, Dfoemtier, 31, -B53.
A VRI1T k U IftlT 01 V IT, ..mil. a ftavftvaail
BYRUP I Ure la Pblee toaiuhlp, AUegheay couaty.
I had a eoaghlng and aplttlng, which comaienoed aooat
tbe 4th of Vtbraary laat, and eoaUnaed eight enoalha. . I
employed the bt phytiolana ln th country, and ay
V tl ..... Mw-ft .-a nwftll aawft I AafMaft. ft ft
BUUBu WI.1U ft aa. ft w . u. vwwwww. -
I ... . . a i . Qui..tu a r .Annn
ina. HID 1 TH BWrTUTBTft W .1 TWI mJ ftuaajj www
SIRUP, which I did, and alter I had taken on bottle I
waa entirely free from thoughlng and aplttlng. I had
dapaind ef .rer getting wall, and I think It ahoald k
known Haw wit TaiftUMia, r.niwu w in bw vi waa
tthMdonelamyaaae. JOHN 0. L1TTLB,
. Wltnaa a. at. acta. . rwmum wwwuf.
i . ' - j
I A WUniflttlUU vtii--wuiuf w ead5- mm v-m
aawt.tikna ttt tnlevA. wnvm VOPbT fill With W tA nOOSlh Which
IwVTf mo lopMtd to boonnvtlat. Ulm aMrs)
I..U . Va I.- W-.JI --. .,-,- -aaaawa-a.fi O K-a Ka-mawl
lOia (aej iwU-tl) 119 uaws aea-avan avert aaa-atnjr wv a. -
-Zs.U L lmOk.. Via. ta.-.e !.. a-snaa-a km, mm taiwa i atr-4 ll-
I told tam tut be) bs-4 bin 1
"" a -r"'r;i.Tr-t.t.. ,r -t
W9W9 09BDI-le, m I--i-a-Jejiwa w-asew aaej aww asww -
I k. -.Laa V- eVtaxt A A ki-ltf la nf tAliV PaWltiia.l -Ivrtin .
wbiok I gar ktsa. and It .Dttraly oaiwd kha. Id aba Htoa
lahment of all.. What avakes tb aaa mora reniarkabla.
at the xtwate eg or in man, a owing aooaieitntyyw-r
old. I have a doabt Cfteitana aarwd ha llf.
yuaava' uutnia.
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DR. KXTSX&'S TXOTORAL STUtJP IW BLAJLXa-TlXl.B.w-rkaa
eand me aawtber easpby f waaivwla
abl "Potoral Syrap." Almoat everybody around aa
has theeold and are hrqatrlag rot "Sr. tyeis Netoral
eyiap.-. waaa-awiuiiawafta-,....
WWmV'n wl (a-BV W WHS .11 1 --- w-ft-a---(aT---a----'
aow .ntlraly oat. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. ataber, both
of Bairrrl'ia, Pa , HU aa aaey woald aaO bawliAoat K
iv"
is, J.S.I
lathalg famllle.. Ia fact, alt wha It oaaa want It
loan, ratpeoouiiy, - -
.. 'viaaaaaAa a. BAtM '.
lift. I
A.
hcratln.-
u. .aiJilf I it
J
...a
vTAmaaosasoH :
- AiroTHSR imr oiMiritUTav-: ureuit
PlOTORAIft BTRUP.I had ba troabled wltkaooagh
and sold tor evral wwak-- bad wa ft thai I eoaid not
aiaapft . 1 had laad-yoaand pr-aeiMkarria Uuaaf
thabeatDhTtidau.ln the city, whom looalduaaoa, but do
not deeoft- I S-allypteoarwS atHf rT-aal
gyTU,,.tklek.-aWdm.-Ur.lyj. J 1
... :' : -3Lntrty etreet, PlttabaiTrh, f, Jan. S. lane. w
"STOP -TaATWOUttHlHijr". -how aaa 1 ao lir "kr
M KaytwTwoa Vto-1 ir-.t dg-b6tie ktaCwagk
Iotoial, aad If that don't ear yoa, your aw nut b
da. p. rate lade4." Ihla la a pectaien of th eolloqy
M lvamliaoa. wiuty day ia sold waaohlog 'petrtod oi
th jfttr. And - ean, . from aoiual axp rimes t, hai
ftrily taeerta Mw-adTltei'aadaraaltaa fabwa, let we
bav uieau-l ; reowTTftft, in aww-Twftift-iBa-t-w -a, ..w
..
I
ft I ,.. a, -Aa-- .uk-- JUI-aa.1.. IwntlMwl jmalLk..aa-
aahrfnahia aoiuha w. arer aapTleaeed ttno ear 4-.ut
'' upoathUmandaneepheT. We eoagbad etndlly kd
" I r.Vlj 1- -a. -knU-Mk la knnaan. ImmlmM M a-ftia
t I but It wet no t. Ia faettttaemed rallwr to haveha-
u 1 a-awed bv Bract!, and to ba-a aewalred at-ao)(tk,pta-
. .... iVaffta ftk ...., I Ta ihla .... rif
OT tMWftinBBITNK, ift, ua-.. a- - -
aod SC.
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. ... . a a., a rha.1 M, ITT IA KavaMTa. 140 W
a-arnaaiad arty oast bottle of In -rwHoiaU" look tt
accord! g to dlracdona. and la Ite-iylghl boar, ww were
. a . i - .ii i k .. a k.wl... . a. a -aatHlMiallW
tarivadarad. att.rabra bat eaeqaa. eo-flW .wtfc e
fnrmKlahl. aa ad-armry J- '' .".?iaa 0mtt
PtotoT-JvWr-TT-rvw-J Wajr. -tw- . -j rs j
cw -I v;-j rlt 1 aa-, .,,! f .re --.! J-ju
. BR. KETBRR'S PICT0B41. TRUP J praparei ind
ldhl DOKOROa B. RAT&BB, 10 Wood ttrtel,
TOOTHAOHS B-.ia.iT. v. -1! r j
r 41'-" VJ ) ' I i '.J V 'J.Vi.C ' tflM:. J
1 r-iparea-e-waiaty ' uv le ! ...v.Vio
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,.!:. .1 Js. r-5 " Ik"0.H..K-TMVa
, ?!,! aarUej mj -a lAQ Tfooe Sb, tBimrm-a.
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v-afiiaadnrl-lttftPank rs ? t; (,!;!
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Jnlnri--l4 -mlewve WlU b w M-wnntl
.tASftf IWIM whiokewaot sa-iad ty asrto
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