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D ftTLYlTHI-WBEKIT AKD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER
puBiisii? Ail. AJfD, moPBiitOB.
i'KRMfl INVAtUlBLT IN AITAN01 1 v
Dally ;- ' $6 00 prr,
" By git curriar, pet wnk. U6 enu. i
Trl-VejMv:;: ,v.i,. :"i 00 ptryMT.
weekly . . i , s k 1 00 .
Advertising br ,to. 4nr
nsiUif ljrf(u...'Jfl go
One " !t uioi.Uis 18 00
Cilia -' 8 ooBthf IS 00
3na " il month! 10 00
J , 'J movtbi 8 00
3nc " 1 month. 5 00
On iqiurt 3 weM. i UO
0n " 8 week!.. 3 00
One' 1 wek.i 1 TJ
One " 3dyli,. 1 00
Ont " Sdnyt.-. ; 75
One " 1 InMrtlon 50
Dllayd tdrertliimtDU half more thn the tbort
AdTdtllwmentii lediled and placed In the eolnmnet
Special Nutlcea, dotiOM IA onunory raMf.
All nutloea required to be pabllihedby law, legmjntee.
U ordered on tnetnniieexciuaiTeiy uier menniwwi
per mint, more than the abere ntei; but all tBon WM
lu.imir In the Trl-Woeklr withontcharee.
iualncsi Ctrdn, not exceeding five lioel, peryeai, In
A lr, ft! SO per line; oatrldef'i.'' ' "
Mntioeeot neiitlngi.DliariUhiei ooletlee.ft(e eonpeoiea,
to., half price. . .. ...... ..... .. .
All tfaiuMl aXveiiUemmtf malt I paidbr in
. Weekly, earn price m tha Dally, wheta ah adrertiaer
101 the Weekly alone. W here 'be Daily and Weekly
are both ntcd, then the eharg Urthe Weekly Wll) be
n.ll the ratee of the Dally. '
No advertisement taken except ror a eennu penoa.:.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Canter Spring It Water Ste. .'
W;B.r,..P0TT3 ;& CO,
And Mannfactorera of Tlnm and Oompoaltlofl Oullo,
yiniahed Draai Work of all Deacriptlonl.
STENCIL CUTTING, &C. h ,
T,;?, 'A;, B, .SmEUIS,
Attornor tt TLmzx-mv
. AND NOTARY PUBLIC. )
OBi Anibot llallJIng, oppojlte Oapitol Square. '
'' " ' t '"H " OOTiTJMBUI, OHIO
Machine Manufacturing Company
.. l-r-.i--: . eiri4
,.. , , MAMOtACTirusi OF . , .
STEAM; EMMS BOILERS,
Cartings, MlU-Oeaiiag, BUehliierj. ... .
. ALSO , -
'0f mif DBourrimr. L - '"t
OHAB.'aMBOb, Bnn'tL .!' ' ?. AMBOB.iTre.'
deoll. lHSH-tf I T- T ' ' . 1
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cbiciniati, Dayton ft Indianapoliil
Tli''.i.:C .t .... .. .-. i
Through 'ty Inrjiariiioqliq witjiopt Change ot Carl
and bnt One Change of Cars between ,
Culumbiifl and St., Louis..
f T.I' -1 1
THRES TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
. l . .
"FIRST TRAIN. I
(Daify, Mondays excepled
NIGHT KXPKBB3, via Dayton, at : a.n.,(top
pine at liOTdon, Xenia, Dayton, Uiddletowtt and Hamlh
tad.arrlvinKatOincinnatiat8:20a. m.; Dayton at 5:45
a.m.,Indlnnopollsae 10:48 tumijlt. Louise 11:50
t-;i eef izccmytikiv ;f-
ACCOMMODATION, at 0:10 a.'mf,itoppin(tat all Bta
tlontbetweenOolnmbns and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:03 a. a.nDayUin at 15 a. m.,
Indlanopolls at 2;SH p. nn-
THIRD. TRAIN.-; i-f.r, -r .1
DAT StPBEfea, at !:S0 p. m,' stopptni 'kt Altos,
Jefferson, London, Charleston,- OedarvTlle,' ' Xenia,
gprlne Valley, Oorwln, Morrow. DeerneU. f oiler's.
Loveland, Ulllfordand Plainville, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:90 p. m. et. JLouls at 1 m: Dayton at o: p.
m.i IndUnopollsat 1
Sleeplne; Care on all Nlsrbt Tralne te)
Cincinnati euact IndjanapaUs. , .,
BAOGAGE CHECKED .1 THHOIIGH.
'(' i,A"ti:y 'mi "v .!:') r
for farfherUfornation and Thvoegh Ttckebj'. appV te
..... a 1 a 11U - MJ b. DOKBHTY, -
JTleWtAtent;tTnloo"l)eDot, Colnmhoa, Ohle,
. , iTW. WOODWARD, A
. It'll .fiiU-?. taperintendent, Cincinnati.
.A lH. -u 5. . JN0- W. DOHKK1I "
kj;' '-: 1 1. a- f 1 AnnL OolmnbM.
1 1 1 11 1
nch arttoles as yon dir tor year ITOpB AND
Booh as yon AewforyonrWIFI. , J(
Boeh as are jw-opaf for you t ATJQHT EB" -Bneh
as your 8IBTBR will pra(4 yon for. 'r 1
Buetaasyoar BR0THEB can ti.
Such as yon want for M TBI OHI TOTJ L0T1 BKST.'
Bneh u will be joo for f ef BLE8BIB BABT.'t
Bnoh as all 4et , - t , . .
lay be found In variety, 10 my Dew stock of
WATCHES, 1 CHAINS,' ' JEWELRY
PLATED GOODS, ' -J- A
AndsrLTtaientof - - .'a,J
Faney and Useful Artlelee, vj r 5
WM. BLYNN. w
m , - sP(e)
Deeember. 1800 ij
,0 Buckeye Block.
v rt rlnst SeeelTedl t mni'i a
iAA nr:cnfiBEEi 'ana black
1UU TEAS 100 bag prime Rio Uonee. . ,
1 BO pockets old Dated Government Java Ooffee.f
-lAtaranevlonOoffe ' " .J.iV..l b!l
SOObbls. standard White Isrars, eonsltHnf; ef Pew
dred, OterasMdiGraaulated A and e Ootree.
SO qnmtils George Bank Ood4sb n .H vt R'mi-V
. - -Ulibu. Aleia and Ne.r4 ilackarei,, - ijsii;,. j,V t-
' i2R'tfy7uin'l'' Miw.ii I,.
.SofeSfS- S. Wa.e.
- 10O M Clfrara, dlffereal brisdi iM grades".'
e147 . " WM. MoDONlLD.
LI L LEY.
VOETH klOH ITBKETj-COLTrMTJS, OHIO
H r FAlHIEiT 1 fLOtJH . t l v
Ifrom "Harriett Mills," Jprlngaeld, OWhe best brand of
JTlonr bronitlrt to euf Uil. Baiutaeuoa jruaraawi
or sale only At WM. MoDONALD'8,
tv7-;- -.ir'iiT ,,.t a pa Bomth High street
nlLICOD nLAIlES. "TRRINOH4
V ClllieiT'.t:K, DMEaS ILi. and ell
kind ei auruuiii t.r,..
we are oswtws m very l"H'e;;'ttm'-i'lill
eeSl,i, imu -it ' arc C".f,lr,f'0B Allah eureet.o
N"o. 4 Ghvrnno Block.
J3 1SB. GOODS, and inTlKthe publio to inipeet
ttwa. No iaeh f took of Ooada kaa eter been broaght to
Uiu marm. i ne Boom, la oonHquence oi us laiinra
of the f rale crop, hat not been able to pnrchaae the ui
aal quantity of rich cooda, and thla facthuforoed tht
Importen to Mil them at 'publto Anetiont Ont buyer
(lie. stone) being ID New York at time larre aalea, took
advantafe of them, and we can and will Nil oar goodi
bar, at leai than any one who purchased two week ilnce,
pam ror inem in new lorn, unr itock u eempiete in
every department ot
ELEGANT DRESS Bit&'Z! '!'n"J,,
u. OTTOMAN VELOURS, ' ' r .u : .
BROCIIE VAIENCIA8, v 'r '' ,
'ORLEANS, ' .
1 FANCY WOVEN FABRICS. .
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
. ,:, , r.a i POPLINS, PRINTS,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
live Thausand Dollars Wortli
At taetlf the Co. mt Impottatlen.
In all Varletie.. mt the Celebrated
j fflrannfatnre f C. O. Gem
j ; ... - ,: tbera tc Son. h . :' . ''
HOSIERY ; DiPARTMENT, ,
Hen',tadlee and Children'! TTnderShlrti and Drawen;
Ladles, Mine and Children'! Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Olovei
or every make
A cemplete assortment of all the nanal Tarle
ties pf " ' r
LAPIES CLOTHS, ' ' " '' . '.
tJt I 'x " ' ; - .. DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand
-;j kerchieft, Ac, &c. ;
To Dersons who eall on m. we nledcre our w.ml. tn
show them the larmt, beet and eheaneat stock of Goods
era seen in inn mantel, or pay uta one dollar per
boor while looking. '
oeoi-aiyxtawitw. cTONl 1 u HARRA.
; OHIO STATESMAN
Nos. 30, 38 & "10, North High St,
INCREASED FACILITIES !
1 I w.
AGCORACY. EHEAPSESS. DISPATCH
- ' -'. - ;:
H AVIKG MOVED INO MY-t
BOOK S . JOB DEPARTMENT!
.' I 1 WiliLB, BOT4, HAY?, BEEN .,. ,
New Types, . Borders, Ornaments, ;&c
' noM ram calibrated l-nrTNDRY n
b.l T4 , WHITE ft CO., FEW Y0EK,
! thus auurjua IX THI
Most Complete , Establishment
.1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 :j
I am bow prepared to Zxeente all Orders for
BOOK AHD JOB
And la the Most Approved Style of the Art
T, I PAHTIOOLAb ATTENTIOrT PAID TO ' ' ' '
MERCANTILE' AND RAILROAD
Bill af LadlBf,
,. Blank., Deieide.c
. T nut nnaiflf
Certificate)., t . 1 uecflntu, v i;
Hi, 4rar,'A Ickets , , , Uefflatete;
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN (X)L0RS,
0 CBXCM, 1 K0TE8,
CABDS, . IHvELOPXS, . .
,u i. HAiDio8,' ' r;,v.i cosmcis.
iUnstrated Show Bills,
roR COUNTRY merchants. J
. 1 1 1 t .. - r i t . i .
now suit, Hana Sills, LAheli,. Concert Pro-
framnies, enool and College Betteaaes, Eo
i tel Bills of Tare, Invitations, -
lohbol and College Cat&lognes, ,.v, c
- ! (...'.lilsoeuftneoB J ampuleti, .
j ( j i( Constitutions, Reports, Briefs, ft
Priatiil ; la1 Gold raid;: Color .
Ilaminotli Hoc Cylinder.
The (mly Prwt of Hid ia Central rjhl
irfkeftHM fer doinr any and an ttf the above deeertp-
noos ei won, av sow ansurpassen,wna sausraouoa will
be guaranteed In all oases, - . ' h . . ..;
ITPAU work fnrnlshed promjitiy ryy tn time promleed.
7 v. vi KI0HAR9 MBVINB.
VOLDEHI Itll L KfllHTa,
1 ' OOLDKK BILL BUIBTB. . " ,"
The pattern of theseshlrisar new. The Bodies, Tokes,
sleeves and bosoms ere formed to At the parson with ease
and comfort. The mark npon each en designating the
sis may be railed on as beln correct, and each shirt Is
rtiarantoedwell made,-A fall stock t all praUtle
euutantty for sale at .,, :.-r 1 '"" ri
novMii i- o. lBmili Hlgn etroetr
1 Vntrhfis and Jewclrv.
lA.es, O locks, Jewelry, Bllverware, ae., kepi eonstant
woabaodat -eiiJ i I :'" -
l, .-r.. R, KIBKPATBIOl'llr is,-
J. 4 K.t65, Beath High Street, Oohtmbes, 0
! I JAHOr DKK 88 B.1.KB, . '
fANOY dkm eTT.re
Ws ar SOW Berto kameiM- stock f fsMe SMS
Bilks tpr1ee lesalliTrbeoPs oft-end la thla oltw.
She atUaUusv ef -la ladlea- this u. ud- -itloU I
solwid, ea ear etoek w vwrjr tiflt rwT.cti la all
rm, 11 mil u. , - rn, HiAia,r,
1 aovkV T-,t j'jtl ta ,4 Iv Bouu nigh iui. c.
i .. :t fl''. W)..l I .1 l'l
WEEKLY;, OHIO, STATESMAN'
: j . havino A ciBATibit.j1'';;.
; LaS&EB BY1 RYIB1L TH0TJIAKDS -
" J , .1- .11
Than say other paper ia Ohlet eutalde of p .CKaetpaatl.
Offers ' Facilities for ? AdYertislng
1 .,V!Wmv,cAHH(t,,)fArt.o Me.
Hpeeay aad. UeasaneratlTa Uetnrae
to thc 'whe take advantage ef lha.rr ,i:
T1UU1 , WiiUUKXiY f3XATEBMAlT,
platrlbnted u It Is Ihroogh every Peat Office In Ohio,
Iteaehes a Large Class of headers
Whose patronage Is valuable, and who seldom see the
, 'i Dally Kdltlons of city jranalst and ei only '.'
A limited Numoer of Advertiiementi
( Are inserted in Its eolumn's, appoprUley and 'J
, 'J i-T ? 1 ! fUT OisfetOT 11, TO Tit Ti',r;,; l.jt
eo . vr. AUin ?f. cl 1.
I 1 .
Advertising la the WEEKLY STATESMAN will fin
j -M . ' Ji .It advanUgous id ; ) , . ,.-. :J
THE INCREASE 0F-TRADE
Which II almost certain to rollow an extensive dlssnels
I ation knowledge of their business
' AMONG COUNTRY " DEAXEE3 I ,
(i ! ADVBETIBEMENTS INTENDED P0R ' '
Tho Weekly Statesman
I Bhonldbe handed in before f rlday noon.'
OF THE CONDITION OF THE
City Fire Insurance Company
Of New Haven.
OW THE 31t DAT OF DECEITIBEK,
i860, made to the Auditor of Ohio, pnnnant to the
Statute of that Stat, entitled "An est to regulate Insu
rance Com Denies, not ineornorated by the Stat of Ohio.'
passed April 8, 185C. ... . ; .
NAME AND LOCALITION.
Isti The name of the Company Is the "City fir Insu
rance Company" and is located at New Haven Con:
nectlcot. -'" 1 '
td. The amount of Its Capital Stock It.. '. 9J00 000
3d. The amount of Its Capital Btoek paid up Is JW) ((00
1. Cuhofthe Company on hand t!0,9C2 97 1 -' ' -
S. Cash In th hands of and due ,...'-t
freraAeenU. 5.000 (Kl ...
3. Real Jtute - unincumbered , . 731.05 $VLC0i 08
4. Th Bonds and stocks owned by ' '' ' ' ,
the Company as per vouch-' ' '
j ere aooompaoylng how . !. . -j-h r.'i .
j -eured, and the rat of In-. . , i ,r ;,', i - r.
I terest thereon, to wit:
Bond! (iu per Schedule) ' '
rar value, sjiu,ow, -manei vame, ,uuw
rltm fas nv eehedulel ...v.....,. ;
Par Value B214J00, Market TaUe,.., 2S7.7B3 00,
vectsdue tne company, eecur . . ,
.1. ti MRM.M. am ntrnMim-
j be red Real Kitate, ,as per' ,
i .-! --,1 ,
vonokers aocompanylnf i. . i, BlU.nOH SO
7. Debts foi premiums........... i rXlO 25
o All otner securitiee consisting .
, of Interest. Loans on calls.. ' '
rents, etc.. .....J ! n it-;: 29,777 34
' T , '!' r,f. - t i' f t ,ri 1
ToUl asset of the Company,.. , , j , 353,pr,2 11
amount of 44aWlitiea; due . .
er creditors non..v...,.,. !' '
Srh.,ossssadiustedanddn,noa. t ' - '
7tSAiOssesaujastedaad not 0u ., ., , ,r, , t
fith. Losses reiisted by the Co., 99,400 00 . ' '
Sih. Losses' In suspense -watting ' i. v . i .
for-artherproof .. .is. e.aoave ;.. .)'"
10th, All other claims against t . .-.
the Company. .- JW w
tlth. Tha rteatast amoant any
' ' ; on riak asnally not to exceed $10 tOO 00
t4uit aue grcaicn luivuu. iiiufcu uj in.
rales to ne msnrea in any onsciiy, -
town or vUlase, not limited . n
13th Th greatest amount allowed te be
insured in any on diocs, muaiiy
' not to exceed... $10 000 00
Mth. The amount of Its capital or earnings deposited
In any other Slate, aa seonrity for losses there
, In, naming than, with th amoant In teach, and
whethr auoh eompany transacts any business
of Inraranc Inlsaid fState or Slates, none.
15th. The Charter, oc act of Ineorpoiatlon-of said Com-
STATE OF CONNECTICUT,
County of New Haven.
Wells Bculhworth. President, and" Levi B.Bradley,
Beeretaty of th City fire Insu.ano Company.of New Ha
ven, Connecticut, being severally sworn, depose and say,
that th foregoing M a lull, sru ana sorreoe suuemeuv
of th affairs of the said Comnany that the said lnsur-
ano Company is the bona flue owner of at least One
Hundred inoosana uoiiars oi aciuai csan capital inves
ted In Stocks and Bonds, or in W orteaits on Real latats.
worth double the amount for which 4hs same I snort
gaged; that the above described Investments, hof. any
part thereof. are made for the benefit of any Individual
sxereising suthorlty In the management of satd.Oompany,
ither at President, geoistary, Treasurar, Director,, or
otherwisei that th mortgages above described have hot
been assigned, nor In any manner released or Impaired by
said Company; and that they ar the above desorttxd offi
cers of said Iniurano Company. ' ' '
WELLS SOUTHWORTH, President,
LEVI B. BRADLEY, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn before me, the 21st day of Jann-
JOHN S. GRAVES,
Justice of the Peace.
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR OF STATE,
Columbus O., January 28, 1861.
I. Robert W. Tayler. Auditor of State,' hereby cer
tify that the foregoing I a correct copy of the statement
of Condition of the City fir Insurant Company, of
Hew Haven, Connecticut, mad, to. Uua..omc lor tne
year 1861, and now on Sis herein.
Wltnees mv hand and seal offlollly.
R. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of State.
Certificate of Authority.
[To expire on the 31st day of January, 1862.]
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE,
AUDITOR OF STATE'S OFFICE, INSURANCE DEPARTMENT,
Columbus, Ohio, January 28, 1861.
Wiutii. Th CITY flRl INBCRAN01 COMPA
NT, located atNewllaven, In the.Slate of Connecticut,
has filed In this ofnc a sworn statement of Its eondltieu,
at required by the Brst section of th set ''To ngulat
Insurance Companies not Incorporated by the Stat of
Ohio." pasted April 8, 1826; and Wbubss, said eompany
hat furnished the undersigned satisfactory evidence that It
la possessed oi at least on nuadren uiouiaud dollars t
'actual cAoilsl Invested In stocks, or In bonds, or In mort
gage ef real estate, worth double th amount tot which
the sam is morigagea; ana, rratsuus, ssia oompany na
filed tn this umos a written tbatrament under Its corpo
rative seal, signed by the President and Secretary there
of, authorising any agent er agent of tali eompany In
this State, to acknowledge service of process, for end In
behalf of said compear, consenting that such service- ef
process shall he taken and held le be aa valid as If served
upoa the company, according to th laws of thla or ny
other Bote, and waiving all claim er right ef error, by
reason of such acknowledgment of service. - 4 - .., -,,
Mow, therefore. In pursuance of the first section of
Ox aforesaid aot, I, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of State
sr th State of Ohio, ee hereby certify that -said City
fire (nteranoe Oompany f New Uaven, Oonnecttcut, It
authorised te transaoi ta business of fr. Insuranoe
la this Stale until the thirty-Oist day of January,
In the, jaat on thousand tight, ktudred and, vfeuy
tWeV '; t ' o -' " - - i' '. il r f r - .
In wunasa Whereof, l have kemate subscribed toy
njwi i name and tauatd th seal f my offlo t, be
1 i afiistd Uie day and year abtv written,
R. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of State.
Auditor of State. J. H. WHEELER, Agent,
COLUMBUS, OHIO. No. 81, South High Street.
TV; Linen Shirt Bosomt Plain and Taney
h rting and Botom Lineus A. I U 3 if O-i
t Linen tMuetinrsi and PHInw raaintn.
.7 M - . ' 'Lljio 0BAQibr.( and bort UwdKT-'
--'! Urn reoket-ktmik'U all site!.
, 5 if t n ii i y Linen Tewellingtand Diapers.
Linen napains ana a uylles. uX' ta
Linen TabrOrtbsnd Satin Damask.
A . Linen SlalrOoverlngsand Crash..,. ...
O-J -A iyorialentloirprlciw. '' .11
i.ioo.rTTKS .il .1
'- BATH fa BOrt.'
Re. W (oat. nigh
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IOf mitl ATTEimOrt te niae Of th meet Mt
iraordieary enrsa ey my fi: '-w ni u
i"' ! ECTORAL"SYIiUP.r:l
' -II - 1 ttryvu , t.Ail,l-a 0 t'.h-. U. I
They an at loate, and any a wh has doubts can in
quire of, to person who hay sees eurea by Ji-j, ( , ,
DR. KETSER IB PR1PARBD AT ANT TIME Ti
S.tASflNi LUN09 WITHOUT-C1IAKUK, FOR ALi
TU06R WHO Kill) MBDIOiNES. ' ' 4
a i 'i- ; f.iib .-, ,j i i-i.i ; .f i i ..anlt
ATTEND. TO TftCR 00LD8 A ewe of five years'
tsgtdlng cured by DH. KExBaK'B P1S0IORAL SI HOP
'.' ; : " '' J1 " ' ") pmnraon.Jan.'il.lSM.'
Dr. Keysxii : My wife has been afflicted with a bad
eoucn and dlmenity of breatblntr, for nve or tlx rears.
which , for sevsal years back, had gradually Increased in
violence. Th complaint has beea hereditary, and the
naa been treated by several pnyslcians without any re
lief. In this state of her ease, I procured some of your
reotorai uoagn syrup.' Aoougnt, me nrst urn, a ert;
cent bottle, which relieved her very much 1 1 then eal lei
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely,- and
so uss now no trace viu lonner uisrase, except weak
ness. I would also slate that I used the medicine my
self to a (old and eough. The medicine cured me bv tak
log on dote - I express my entire tatUfaction with th
medicine, and you arc at liberty to publish this If yoa
(Metre mi uo so. . ( vrai. nitioun,
4 . U "" - Alderman fifth Ward.
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. . .
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Mt IIBUK.H nvr. JO, JOOCt
Da. Krvssa : Although not an advooat of Patent
Medicines, In (antral. It affords m Dlessur lndeecriba
bl lo recommend your Pectoral Svrun. As a medicine
It fs well worthy th attention of any nerson who mav In
any manner be afflicted with coughs, oolds aad hoarseness
oi any nun, ana lor in peculiar euallncatlon fer re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se
vere cold. "
I have been, mote or less. In my life, affected with the
severest ef oolds and hoarseness. At. time my throat
would become so closed at to Drtventmvsneakin shove
a wnisper, ana ny taxing a tew doecs ot to abov Syrup
li. wuuiu rmiKvw me entirely ,
in teaommrnding tnl median. I must anbesltatlnelv
tay that It ia the best remedy I ever found, purporting I
cur th abov, nor should any family be without this
icuieu luigumm w pramaDi. , t . .
" '-lours, most respeetmiiy, '
' . 1 - SDWARB J. J0NH8,' - i
-; - ,o, 1 Caebier Ciliieus' Deposit Bank.
' ; il ! A J-n a.-
' ). .. i . STSneiMViixa.0.. Marsh lA lKSO'
I have used Dr. Reiser's Oouih Svrun for a bad aonsh
of several years standing, and can cheerfully say it is
tne nest awoicine iot me sam mat i nave ever taken.
J.-W. PUIOI. -
COL. PRATT. AND DR. KRYBBR'S , PBflTftHil.
BY HUP Da. Kxvasa Dear Sir: Ixcua th delay el
my acknowledging the excellence Of your Pectoral Cough
Syrup sooner i I take great pleasure In saying that It is
all roa say it is. Jl bwsktd th noile via oi mv eounk
and the worst one. I was vr afflicted Willi: I have not
usea more inan one-nait ot t n bottle, and I can and do
witn mat an wno are auuetea would nve it as r.ir a tri.i
at I hav done, end they will be proud to say, -It it no
quack medicine." I would not suffer ansluer such an
attack for any consideration, cr at any coat.- I am con
fident I earn breathe more freely than lev -r did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt -ef gratitude for Inventing so
otT7iut! .'irmouj. a vm ar at itneny so use my name
b this regard, aa you think proper R. f . PRaTT,
' Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, Pa.
, Pittsburgh, May 11, 1859, , .
- N. B lam ne stranger to my fellowclUsens, and' '
who entertain doubts (aa ejtosnlt ins personally. I
Pra-rsBURon. Anrll 24. .
READ THB TRUTH. Dr. Kavsta: I have a daugh
ter who hat taksn several medicines for a bad cough,
without benefit among tbes Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral..
I -percussed from you a bottle of sous PIOIOJaAL
STROP, and before she hsd used half a holtia .h ...
relieved. The second bottle cured her entirely ef bar
eough. ' . t i JOHN DARIN, '
' , Hoblnson street. Allehenvn
, t PiTTBwonea, Seeemhcr, 31, 1853.
A ORIAT CURE BY DR. KBYSKH'a 1-itnTiikAI.
8TRCP. I live la Peeblet township, Allegheny county.
a nau aoongning anu spitting, wnicn eommenoed aoout
tb4thoffbruary last, and continued eleht month.. I
employed the best physicians In the country, and ary
sough continued unabated until early In October. AL
that time r was advised te try your PKCTOHAL COTTOH
SYRUP, which I did, and alter I had taken one bottle I
was entirely free from the couthlnc and snlttinc. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and I think U should be
known that this valuable remedy will do for others what
It has cone In my case. '.-.... - , JOHN O.XITTLK,-
WUntse-B. JshK, uws Peebles townhlp. ;
.i .. , 7 PiTTOIlTf.. Anrll 14. lR57v .
A WONDtRfUIj CURl. Some tima aco. u old
neighbor of mine was very 111, with a bad eough which
every one supposed to bo consumption. Hit relatives
told me that ht had takaa- every remedy they heard er
without benefit; hit brother cam to esc falsi die, aad all
were confirmed la the belief that be oould not live. . I
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Syrup,
which I gave him, and It sntlrely cured film, to the aston
ishment of all. - What tuaaee the ease mc remarkable,
is tht extreme are of the man, he being abouteuhu years
old. I hav n doubt th Pectoral tared his life. -
, .., H "! Y.itoi ' -'JOIUIN'OINNTB.
i 'i r . , . Mi n-,t .yji -y,.
DR. REISER'S PECTORAL BTRUP IN. BLAIBR.
TILLS. Please send me another supdIv ef wourvala-
able "Pectoral Byrup.7 Almost ever? body around us
has meecld ami ar inquiring for"Dr.keyser,t Pectoral
u.wiu w...u..u., .vr Vw. rnvjavr-s rectorwi
up," Ws kavwsoM stxleen bottles last wee, Sudan
r sntlrely out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maher, both
w siaii.viuv, ivil K.. tucj wusia not n witnout It
la their families. In fact, all who use It one want It
agalnv- Youra, respectfully, ' -: . . -
a. VTAXlinBOR s BONB -
I fc'!riO HtltJrd t!. 1.C !
ANOTHER NRW CXRTTfTCATX TJR? nltvaia'a
PECTORAL BTRUP .I had been troubled witb imnh
end Cold lor several weeks se bad was It that I sou Id set
less. 1 ksd the dvms ad prescriptions from three ef
the best physicians in the city, whom 1 oould nam, bat do
not do so. I finally procured a bottle of yonr Pastoral
Syrup, which cured me entirely - . Signed,
- J. W.BIMONTON,,-,
- fiM Liberty tlretl, Pittsburgh, Pa j Jan. 0, 1660.
i ! ? .j.MJ-iUC, K ' - ' dOiiVOlti tioCuiib-
'8T0P THATMOUOHINa.HoweariT do ltT "ffo
Is Kevser'ton Wood street and zt a kctilaof kuiMioh
Pectoial, and If that don't euro you, your ease mutt bt
desperat Indeed." This I etpeouaenof ttie colloquy
one heart almost every day In cold catchlsg periods of
the year. Aad w tan, - from eotual experiment, cheer
fully concur la the adviser's admonltloa u aawve, for w
have tried the "Pectoral.' Iniaaaotttlubboni. -eaie, with
entire auocese. Near two weekaago we went to Pittsburgh,
with ont of the most distressing,' contrary, mulish, un
lubdnabl eough wvrXpriaoed tine our advent
upon tblt mundane sphere.- We -eouibed steadily and
laboriously for on wkob week, tn hopes of liWHp U A
but It was no go. Ih fact it teemed rather to have lia-
proved by practice, and to have acquired strength, poten'
ey and autrttibutiy by the operation. In this stamof
the siege, we caujhed our way- to Reyset'tv 14B Weed Bt.
procured a fifty cent bottle of tn "Pectoial" took M
aeoordiof to direclione, and In forty-eight hours w were
master of th field, the enemy having unconditionally
tumadcrea, af ta a brM but anequal conflict withsa
formidabl a a adversary a Keyssr's tamoi vCag
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1 SR. KEYSER'S PECTORAL BTRUP It prepared and
aold by Dr. 6BQR0B U. KRTSBR, 140 Wood mtrt.
Pittsburgh, Ps"" .; .W -'.n i- -.-i. .7.
. UJ Sold in uoiumbut by ROBERTS a SAMUEL1
LM ...mI .J - .Ma., .1.1 .'li ,
'.'treparedandtoldbyi tisi i0 .i's.U f i--
... 11. ,'1 .u t . .niann. R.'aTwawni
rl M . v.uuu
"f rice, aetata. 140 T7(edJtp.nthurh,Pa.
.'Wijidra CdnnsWlf 6bb
' oct7:8twdom. - ' '-"-
ill II ll'Ilt. . WM.lt I iBTI V lit.
M'KEE CrtESf IE AUX;
PltODXTOS v- DEALr:rJ3,
, ,.1 ii i il! n v- ' rt;:iHtm i.,niii'
I ..Na.,84 Warlit HiRh Bte-aat, .T f
HAVE OTI WArTsVAT W4TrATE
and tetail, fLNKSt . STAl'I.B GliUOKRlKs.
f LOUll, SALT, TlA, COFFEE, SUGAR, TOHAOCO,
SKUABB.Evottvo. 'Otw- Btoek has beea purehased la
Kastatu Clue durtaf UK itsibbs UkiiIi, o- Lia iroj a
. -ij?'ori.oJCL3 rr."
and ear mtfn endeavor' Will e to cmrr Induoemenfai to
CASH 1 Jtuta wnisn arc net txcsied by any House la
wmi 3moi .Tdj eiset;B
c w n" a "' "
v-in . ,
t Wkly, per yew ... 1
SPEECH OF HON. R. HUTCHESON.
HALL OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Columbus, Jan. 31, 1861.
r ftdfetew&tk&Slti This nnder
ilgned respectfully request
copy oi . yoor
speech on the Library Bin, ror publication.
. ,.u, . ,Toufg Very Truly, ' 1 "
;' ' Htm. btedman,'1
1 B. R. BROWNB.sm.jiI
..-. B. 8. MoOLUNO, 1-..I
. PATRICK ROQERI
SPEECH MR. HUTCHESON, OF MADISON COUNTY,
DELIVERED IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
JANUARY 31, 1861.
, '. The qaestlon belnt; onf the Indefinite) post
ponement of il. B. No. 1 by Mr, Voris
To authorise certain Boards of Eduoation to
levy a tax for 8chool Library purposes, Mr.
JIotcuison addressed the House as lollows
, M- SriAiiai-I shall fupport the reoont.
mendatioa of the Judiciary Conamlttee for the
Indefinite noetDonement of tbes Bill. . Tht) Li
brary tax JUavlDg been repealed last winter-
eery wisely, as 1 tniuK an insidious attempt
ia now made by this bill to revive it in a new
form, and to feenscitate the moosttr in a new
shape. I hope this will be discovered by those
wbo voted last session ror the repeal or the Ll
brary clanse, and that they will tie prepared - to
throttle It in whatever shape it obtrudes luelf
Into this House
For myself, I shall not only resist any farther
extension ef the school system, but stand ready
to lop off sun lurtber.- it. Da already become
too cumbersome. :
. Mr. Speaker, such loose ideas obtain on this
Boor upon tbis and kindred subjects, that I
think It would be wise for members to return
occasionally to first pilnciplea. In the argu
ments and views wblcn neve been .advanoed in
support of this bill, le Appears that the advo
cates ol all such legislation have reflected but
little, or but imperteotiy comprehend tbe trne
character and theory of our political institu
tions, and tbe proper functions of government
in tnia country, with sucn we "State" seems
to be a kind of eelemoeynary Institution, which
may dispense favors and benefits at pleasure,
and levy taxes at will, or authorise others to
do so. Accordingly, we find sometimes this
House an Agricultural Society, sometimes a
Teacher's Association, sometimes a Temper
ance Society, sometimes a Benevolent Society,
and all the time a private dispensatory of some
sort. -t They are In the habit of regarding1 tbe
Stale" 'e a kind of independent entity.
above and beyond the people, and distinct from
them. Hence, It has beoome a settled notion,
both with av great many "legislators'.' and a
great many people, that it Is within the exclusive
power of tbe former to grant, and that it be
long! to tbe latter to Importune for and receive
favors and privileges at their hands.
It Is a fatal heresy, pregnant witb all sorts
of evils. It leads tbe Legislature to embark
in an unlimited field of legislative schemes for
"promoting the publio good,'.' as it is called,
aud to crowd the statute books with all manner
of sumDtuarv legislation. It leads the neonU
to look to the "Legislature" lis tbe source of
public benefits and publio prosperity, and to ab
negate their own individuality to .forego Indi
vidual exertion, and to depend on the bounty
of the laod.; It Is an exotic, transplanted from
tnrope to oar shore; and unless our native
growth is better, colli rated and cherished, it is
destined, ere long, to be overshadowed and sun-
planted entirely 1 , For what will It avail to sayH
we nave a itepuDiican uoveroment, in form,
when the ' practice, shall, have become' desootio
and arbitrary t When the; "State" shall assume
to sit in majesty above fte people as . their
maater and,' guardlah-rwUh power to give or
witnooiq lavors to, direct toeir pursuits, and to
diotate tneir private Habits 7 , ,. . , .
lo burope the "iioveromcni"is evervtbing.acd
the people nothing. There tbe "State" ia sepa
rate and independent ol the people, save whey
its career ot aeepoium is arrested by revolu
tion and violence. . It is the "fountain" whence
flow favors and privileges to the subjects. It is
tha aunerior that dir.nta anrl rtnntrnla. Itannn..
dedee the authority of the. parent with that of
lb estate olllcer, puts tbe children In school.
and directs their studies, punishes truancy and
rewards merit.. It glvoe them a religion, puts
them in the army, or elevates them' to official
honors at pleasure.',. And I must confess that
wnen onr ivommisaionera wandered to despotio
Prussia, In search .ot a model', for a common
school system, they simply oopied the vice of
tht principle without, ita redeeming qualities';
lor there the education ia thorough, and tbe dis
cipline IS perfect, while here the former is super-
utiuu, uiiu iuv tatter ia luucc. , ,. . . t: r . ....
I have loDg leered. Mr. Sneaker, that al-
thongb we have placed our political institutions
on a. different basis, in theory, at least, in this
country, tbe praotlce baa not always conformed
to it. , WS are aaaimilating more and more, as
times advance in our aoolal manners to the
European type of civilization, and to tha Euro
pean practice, in our administration-of govern
ment. . The Views and instincts t6f raen.lead
them to adopt conflicting views in regard to the
offices and duties of government-., One believes
the prosperity of a country is due mainly to gov
ernmental regulations; aoolhet that such inter
ferences-are burtlul. . Uue holds that society
needs a complex system of restraining and dl
recting lawtj while another has more confidence
In man's .Capacity ror self-government. . The
ode Is inclined to Interfere with his neighbor's
concerns; and tbe other wishes to be let alone
himself, and to allow others the same privilege.
These conflicting opinions have always divided
parties in this country ' And they will always
constitute the Instinctive and distinctive differ
ences between ' .the two classes of thinkers in
thla country the one of which overlooks the in
dividual for consolidation, and the other guards
Individual and State rights. , Tbe former may
have good intentions, but time wllj show that
good intentions will not prevent tbe mischief of
false principles. . The latter may disregard the
temporary clamor for tbe "general .welfare,"
but time will vindicate the wisdom of their
principles and the excellence of their policy. . , !
r 1 understand tbe American idea of govern
ment to be just the reverse of the European.
We Inaugurated a new era The dignity of the
Individual man anperaeded the dignity of tbe
crowned bead, and government was subordinat
ed .to tne riguts ana in teres is or tbe people, - It
Was tbe intention to have rich and powerful
people, bnt a simple and limited government.
The ."State", and the people, la, connection
Within bet territorial, limits, at synonymous
and convertible terms. "Government," with
ua is a simple agency, , appointed ia aoontfl
tuted manners and baa no. Inherent power what
ever., ll ia iimuee. in ita functions and trasl
powers to the objects lor which it is formed. It
pre-eupposes society, and is called Into extetenca
by the earn neoeseity which . oteatos society it-
"r 'tlk ik. ...... .v :i.r ,
uu, .. . tv ucj w uvwvbouj vwteu, saw riguusi,
authority oi tne government ceases who it. . lis
proper functions are to protect, life, liberty and
property and to protect and perfect society. ,
1 1 ''Hut Mjrraseree eooiety, it Is necessary to
guard the, community against Injustice, viol
ence and anarchy within, and against attacks
from without, ll ll fall in either, it would la
lath primary end of government, and woi
not eeterve me name, i ,,n 4
"Tofcrrbt sooiety, it la necessary to devel
op the faculties, Intellectual and moral, with
which man 1 endowed. But (A etatatenae to
itbelr development, and, through thla, to pre-
gresa, improvement and . civilization,' with all
their, blesaings, is lis sVetrs f individual f
Mlrr tAeir esadifte. For this purpoe liberty,
and toeurity ar indispensable., Liberty leaves
each, man free to pursue the course he may
deem best to promote bis Interest and happiness,
as far as it may be compatible with th primary
end for whioli government Js ordainedi while
toeurity gives assurance ta etch that he'sAaU
not eg. drprited of, theraifs of his. exertions, to
better hi, condition.. t.Thet vombin give to
tuis desire th ttrongeot Impulue of , which It 1
invi'i.u.. tj ,i ,i; r mi swr
thentinoinli which Asslgna t DeTr andUherty
, Kl . . m I , 1. k. r.i.
(heir proper spheres, aad ' recoacilee eaou to th
other aader all elrcomstanoee.1 " I By
aseigning tbus to each It appropriate sphere,
all conflicts between them cease; and each is
made to co operate with and assist the other Id
fulfilling th ' great cad fee which government
isoraalneo."' - ,-,n rf, ,..Unr! !.
Sp spoke philosophlo sUtesmsn; and while
in language recognizes tbe high Importance ot
developing the moral and Intellrctnal faculties
of man, It preeent th plain distinction between
that theory which leaves it to the . sphere of le-
aiviauM action, ana tbat.wnicn assumes it tor
the State.. Government Is merely the pliant
sneii wnicn yieiastotne developing and expand.
lag faenltie of society wkioe it oclrole( not
.tne nuwiens.. arouna wnioi,, society gainers and
receives its vitality. ,,,',.,,
"A an Original'' question, Mr. Speaker,
woultTsay public education Is not one of the
fnnctioue of GoveranUot.a Edacatloa Is
sonal acquisition Juste a. trad or profession
Is or tbe cultivation of manners or refinement
or tbe acquisition of basinets taRt or even as
th acquirement of any property as the basis of
mture iiveunooa. it is no more.tn province
of Government to levy taxes for any on of
toese oojecis man lor anotnar, or ait tue oth
ers. It would be no wider departure from tbe
proper funotione of' th Government for the
Legislature to provide, by taxation, for the e
tablisbment y(, pobiio, mag ssinea where tbe
people might go for oiothlng; or publio tables
where they might retort for food! Sir. what Is
a taxT in it ten acceptation, it la simply a
sum which eaoh oitiien tacitly ha agreed to
pay for the support of all neeentm government
tor tne support or tne government tbey neve
oreated for their protection. Any sum levied
lor any other purpose la wet a lax; It is tributt
extorted, er a (Wafy drawn from on portion of
the community for tbe -benefit of another. It
is plunder, and not legitimate taxation.
Mr.BiowiE,of Miami. Will the gentleman
from Madison explain what was Intended by tbe
second section of artiole of VI. the Constitution
of Ohio, In which it is declsredtbat the Leria
latere shall make provision for th suonort of
an eincieni system ot common schools through
out the State l-i v . :....! i
Mr. HtrrcHNON. I am aware of the erovi-
slon to whioh . tbe gentleman from Miami
calls my attention. The gentleman will recol
lect tbat I was disonseing th system in tbe
light of th original principle which underlie
our theory of- government. I am free to sav
our Constitution makers have losttlgbt of these
fixed principles, as well as our lawmakers.
Tbe section to which the gentleman refer Is at
moat merely direct!-, and gives abont aa much
authority for anppottlng religion as public
schools, provided no preference Is given between
seats- The old Constitution expressly declared
that, "religion; morality and knowledge" were
ail equally essential to good government. Bat
wbo will say it was Intended to give even au
thority to provide by public taxation for the snp
pur ui rcugiCTl l
Tbe truth is, th system of common schools
took its rise from th policy of th General
Government, in setting snarl certain lands for
religious and educational purposes, which were
nteuoea Dy tne state to be nscd for tbese pur
poses. 1 have no doubt lb original Intention
was to limit tbe funds to the sales and Income
of these landa and other, property, and to limit
tne system to much narrower object than it now
contemplates. ine section referred to un
doubtedly gives the- power to levy additional
taxes for school purposes, but th Legislature la
not compricea to uo it. ,
Mr. Voais Do I understand tha gentleman
irom maaison to ssy tuatne is opposed to levy
log any taxes for school purposes T r .
Mr. HoTCHwori.' Yes, sir, by State autb
ority. - My plan would be to divorc th State
from the system, except as the trustee of the
school lands and other property, and the Income
arising therefrom. ' I would aboliah the office
of State Commissioner, tbe Boards of Edue ac
tion and th Boards of School Examiners, and
leave eacb county to levy such tax, in addition
to its snare or the publio ruDd,ss it might see
proper to support etrlotly common school sys
tem,, I do not propose be re to perfect my Idea
.a. i . r ... u . : . . , ., . .
vi uivayateut a wuuiu euuautatc. out tne lunaa
mental idea would be to let tne County Com
missioners assess a limited amount for their res
pective counties,' Here the system might rest,
and proveleatisfactory to the people for the pres
ent; but in my judgment they will not much ling
er endure the present oppressive system. In mv
judgment, the voluntary ptineiple in education
la the truo one, as in every thing else of the
kind, Cor substantial progress and improvement.
But the people of Ohio have been to long aeon.
tomea to a puono scnooi system, supported by
public tsxation, tbat it would be at once unwise
and imaraoticabl to destroy It at a aicel blow.
out toai tney now nemana terg aeduction In
the expensee of the system, and simplification
of it, I hav no doubt. They require at least
that it should be restored to Ita original pur
poses. In my opinion, the whole thing hat beea
perverted to tbe aggrandisement of a class inter
Taking advantage of the beneficence of th
State of Ohio in educational and benevolent
iaculitirav interested and designing men have
constantly, for years, been besieging th Legis
lature to make Larger and atill larger provisions.
aotil the people have had fastened on them the
present DurtheteomasysMsa. 1 hey started out
with we proposition tbat "tht prtperty -if (at
SUtt ia bound for tht tducaUtu if tht ckildrt tf
the State" a loose expression tbat baa no foun
dation In faof, whatever ' It ltl meant that tb
citizen ought to devote portion of his property
or earnings tr tne eaaoatipa pi nisctmaren, all
will admit it.. Hut where nave we tbe authority
to enforce this moral obligation 7 If It Is meant
that the property and children belong to the
"Slate" in a political sense, the proposition is
simply untrue. . There Is no snch thing as "emi
nent domain" in this country. Tbe property
belongs to the citizens, and tht children to their
parents. They can not b deprived of tb in
dependent enjoyment of the one, or tho control
of the other, without due process of law, or in
that extreme emergency when tb safety of so
ciety Itsell ia at stake. 1 ne authors of tb
system intoxicate the publio mind with glowing
pictures of the consequences that were to follow
its inauguration. ; Vio and crime war to die-
appear, and pauperism to vanish.. It was to be
tb pniloeopner's stone, tnat wouia turn every
thing it touched into pure gold. But, alas, as
in many other promised millenniums, the proa-1
ise it not realized-: ' And at in many a time bo-1
for, it need not be aurpriaing that those who
got up the educational furor bad eemt object
auited to themselves,; a well as the public,
whom they flsltered with such daxsliog pro-
pCotgV' & at I'T3; v tfi.'! ia frita i' ..
We have accordingly foaud that tha common
ochool system (has grown into a great "inatitu-
II t a r.a itmat a. v.ol laniU-
1UU- . . nWW.VBI -V- - -V.. . . .UNVU
and make large dlebursemenM.J Il has an
army of alnecares, dependents , and employee.
It educate, nl lurnishes its own leachets, at
to Slate's expense, and than enjoys a monopo
ly of teaohere wagee! Enjoying a monopoly of
th school book trade, it naa enured into an al
lianii with the printing Interest, and mammoth
"Book Concern" combine with it, to swell Its
power and ahare its plunder!' Its political power
la now irresistible. ' If disposed to w.eld it, It
would aonstltot alt Influence sufficient to con
trol th politics of th State, i . . ,., ,.. ;tj
' Tbe object aoa is not to educate tb. youth,
hut tt derive revtnuet te ivpptrt the elate in th in
tent if th evtfrm. It deceive th peopl with
th epeeareiMwof eduoating their children, whll
no solid progress is making. It substitutes rou
tine for instruction, and State machinery for solid
aLseiollne.' Its' "masters" delud th trabllo
with Caraeet forme, and darken tha understand
ing withDracular wovda, that ar eonulved, be
hind the aysilo veil of tbe"profetrlon!",'( ,.'
Mr. Speaker, In what I have Said, It has hot
been my Intention to dlsptrigeBopalaredneatlon ;
on tb oontrary, u i ot in aigoeet necessity.
Nor would lunderrat we value or a proper fao
lio school system conducted In tb tight manner
aad dispensing real good." Bat (utiles to an
erpertaxed peopl would aot permit me to remain
silent while new scheme of taxation wore eon
ewctlngi : And I wara the Ux-payqr of Ohio,
that nudcr the specious pretext of hubllfl edu
oation, an nttetnpt is making to build up a sys
test to extort revenue for the (uppcrl of a class,
Who prefer to live opod th public
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TWENTY FIVE m CEtTTa
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Our assortment is still good, .
and it is known to every '
one that our "
CONSISTS Of "
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FIRST CLASS GOODS.;:
WE ARE DETERMINED Ttf SELL?
, 80 DO NOT FORGET THB
'' CHEAP STORE Of
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SOUTH HIGH STREET,
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Curt Cough, Old, Bonntntte, A
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INMi JVovklna VmuaM "'-
xmwumpium, mvniunu, Atvia
ma, and Oatarrk, CUar and olvt
l?SjJSS.I(J tf CAKEBf,
aa tlNeiEHa. - '.:-'i-
few arc aware of the bnpevtanc of shacking a Coagk ! .1 In
r"Oommoa Cold" In It nrst ita; that whisk la lea. .
besionlor. would yield to a tall retsedy. If Betectd,' ""
toon attaeka th lung, "itrotta'c Mrtmckial IroeAa,' mc 1
containing dsmulosnt lugredients, allay Fa lunaa ry an
BranehlallrrtteUoa. . - . -'--.Cl
BROWN'S I "That trouble bt ay Threat, (fat wbtoki n-.l
Ithe ' 7r.cAe sre a spacifio) havln nuAa na . .
TBOCHES often a mere whisperer." i l
a. F. WIXUB. N
"I recowraend thclt nts to Poaus Sstua- ...
Hat." - - - . .-. e
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ulTav proved extrestelv BtrrtaeaJila foe -
REV. HI NaT WARD BcECHER. ,
"Aba oat Instant relief m th dUtreeetn Ci-""tl
labor of breathing peeullarU Asnma." , , j :
REV. A. O. BtWLBBTOtf.
"Contaia c Optan ee aaytklntr lajaaj
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"I hav proved them ewsl lent far Wuoor-OH -
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MBcneaelal when eopelle4 Is speak, saf-
ftrlng front Colo.'.',. -1 . v .
RKV. B. f. J. ANPIRBON,
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'BrracTCaJ, M removuf Hoaraaness and
rrritatioa of thaThnat, so ootnwa with a"'
SrasjttReand Bibwrs." , in ids.',
, , Prof. Bt AOT JOHNSON
.:! la VrrnnQt, gn.itVI
Teacher of alnaic. Boa there ,
fesaal Oolteg. -
-Great benefit wha taken bsfor and after
preaohlag, a tnerprevent Hoars in sat. Frosu rvoO
tnelr put enect, 1 tcma tney win a of pr-
aianenl adranUire to ate," " - " . " w-"
,i RkV.B.KOWXET. A.aT- ,
President of Athens College, TeBB.
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ROBERTA ft SAMOBli. "'"i" 1 1 t'l'.-w itj
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tt South Hlgk street, Oelaavbaa, 0.
- Itdisa' Linen Pocxat-Eandk'!; t
nBtniTIEDBTlTOff EnLINCraHaiBt i- 'it
kerchiefs, very wide hew , . rf E .
amDroidered Llnea Hands? an prices.
UaaaaMd Stlteha4and piala 1), i)..-,,; rl e'tfe'l el
- ; do Ait colored borders. .
Monmlng do ' black brdr i V m e 8
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Pin Apple do ' ' Bewpellem. , v"
Comprising the sat seUol sesortsMD 1 1 tbtelty a.,
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fb3 -'W.WBOta UlgkBtiweA.
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embroidered In white. mauta,fNinl. Undi. ,,;ajt
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