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VOL.. VII. NO. 238. NEW.SERIES. :; ., COLUMBUS; .OHIO. ; WEDNESDAY , EVENING. MARCH 13. 1861.
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DAILY. TM-WlSmY.4SD WEEKLY
MANYPCNNY & MILLER,
f UBLtpH) ftl AHD FBOfttlXTOKS,
O Office KM, S3, 88 end 40, Worth Sigh St
YKRMIl INTARIAUL? IN ADVANOB.
Daily v .. . . IS 00 per year.
ay tne turner, per week, il eents;
Trl-Wajlrly :,. . t : t it perTi
Weekly- it :- 1 -J n nt. 1 00 ' .
. crnio u Advertising: fcr ttae qttare.
nswinart I yeai...B20 00
On " (i moi.tha 18 00
3n "' 8 monthi 15 00
'Jne " 3 moEtt: 10 00
.In - !J months 8 00
One .. I onllu ; .5-0
On nun 3 wak. .ft W
On S weeks.. 3 00
On lwek.., 1
On " 3 days... 1 00
One "-dyl.. 71
On . ''. 1 UurUoa . (0
Iiiiplayed dTmrtlMmeaU halt ! than U bor
AdvctttMmenti 'leaded ana placed la th olamaef
gpaclal Notice,' ' aoubU IM ordinary raCtt.
A tl iiutlcu tequlre to b psMhhtd by lw, legAl iaif ,
If ordendon the Intlde sxoliuiTVlT a(lr thsfinlwwk
pet cent, more than tbe abore ntot; bat (11 taofa wll
innMf In lliit Tri'WMlrlv wHhnnt Ahftrcra.
fujlnesi Canli, not exceeding Av linei, per year, in
Hue, oupsr line; acsio '4. - ' i
Notice of meetjuiai chart tablet ocletle, tLr ooapanlMi
10.. half nrtffi.
Ml iranln$ adttrtitmmi tnmtt li pai&JW Ut
ilvaiuH nil will not bTrieff.
Weekly, lama price a th Daily, whwr thadvrtli
leiths -Weekly alone. Where M Dally and Weekly
are both aaed, then the eharu U-rth Wkly Will b
nilf Uia ntfto the Dally . . )
No adTertlaemnit taken azeept for a deflnlU period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring A VM'"'i ,
OolumTjUB, Olalo.
W. E. POTTS vOO.i
And llamifartureri of BraM and Oomporitloa OaiUsga,
Vinlahrd Bnut Work of all DetcripUonl,
Electro PiatingTand ' Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTING, &C ,
feH'CO-dly .
' F. A. B. slums,,
Attornoy at T-Mtxxr
AND NOTARY public.. f'".-( ;; .
Office Ambia Bulldlni, oppodt Capitol 8qoar i .
OOLUMBUS. ohio;
O OXjXJIMXIXJa -
-Machine Mannfactnring Company
HANPtiOTOUM or
STEAM; ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtlnrt, KUl-OturlBf, KaahlMry
n.o,llvon.caL XVorlJC
" J"o irm DiaojuPTioii.;' ';. ,J,
' -' M'(BrjS OHIO. i,
0HAI. AMB0R, gp'$. . t, AUBOMTJ
desll. IHSH-tf , :
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolii!
Through to louianaDolia withoat Cbaoge of Can
and bat Ooe Chang of Can betveen'
Columbua and St. Louis., ' '
' aawawMBW '
THREE TRAINS DAILY -FROM COLUM-
, li..a : - BUS.' 1 ' '
. ' j i-3 rt ? ;' - - -;
FIRST TRATNA ' ; ;. ;'t"
, .
',:" (Dally,' Monday excepted.) " "
NIOI1T IXPBI8S, Wd Dayton, at 8:43 a. Hop
ping at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddletow and Hamil
ton, arriTtngatOlnclnoati at 1:30 a m. Dayton- at 3:4$
a.m.,Indlanopollt 10: a. nu; St.. l U 1L50
p
p ': 'SECOND TRAIN. ;
A0OOHU0DATION, at 8:10 a. m., stopping at all Bta
tloni between Oolnmbue and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:08 a. m., Dayton at ft 15 a.
CAT IXPREBB.at S:30p. aa., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, Looden, . Charleatoa, Oedarrllls, Xenia,
Spring Valley, Oorwln, Morrow, Derfleld, Yoater',
Loreland, Milirordand PlalnylMe, arrlrlng at Cincin
nati at 7:80 p. ai. Bt. Loal at 19 m; Dayton at 5 34 p.
a. I IndlaaopollatU:aap.m. i :. - - i
Sleeplnir Car on all Nlffht Train
CinclnnaU and intttanapolU. .
BAGGAGE CHECKED . THBOTJGII.
for farther IcftnoatloA and Throng Ticket apply to
H. Ji DVBlall, .
Tlcktt Agent, Union Depot, Columbna, Ohio.
.. r U . E. W. WOODWARD,
' ' ' gaperlntendent, Cincinnati.
3U '. :-,n- t JNO. W. D0QKHII
JnO ;, : :.; a ' ' Ageaa. Oolnobwa,
HOLIDAYS.
8och artlclei u yon trfr for year BXTIB AND
iuehMyoanWdfcryoarWIFl.'1-' "
BachuareermMr for your DADOOTBa.
1 1 i
Such u your BIST1U will praln jo for.v(
OC1 1-M i'
r i , ; i-
Bach a you xnf for " Till ONI Y0TJ L0T1 BEST.
Bach at will M tXd for th BT,tSBID BABY.,'l '
S ach as all awt for, ,I " ( ",t ' '. : m , ,
If a b firand In rarlety. In my new stock of , ,
"WATCUES, : CHAINS, " JEVfEfuHS,
... PLATED .OOODS, .,.,
And gtntrat aasorUnent of : i i;i rA .
laney aad. Vtafat Artlolat.) -, .
. .; . . wm; blyiiit, ;
N 10 Buckeyo Itloolt
' December, 1800. .- .
, .
!f."i..t : JWB4elf4t:."r s.'l
.aa tir. CH GBEEW ana' BLACtX
1UU THAI 10O bug prua Bio C !. i
1 50 peokeu old Datob Qvwnaent im Ooffo.
i K k.m riAvlon floffe. .
" tOObbla. atandard Wblt iBgart, MDibttng of Pof
drd,C brained, Granulated A and B Ooffee, '
60 qnmtala Ueorge Bank uodnaa.) j
' gO bbl. Ua and N. JL Mackerl..,h. j , .
6 tea. Hok Salmon. , ' , . ,,Ky: ,
10O b. Layer Italaln. ' ' 3 ' .
SOhf. boxdo do . .'-!t "
10Or.oa io ' da riri e--'1
'!!,?
, .lint 1
37 Ml
notJft . W. IJcDONALD.
:i:
M..C.;,LILL!EY.i;":"'.N1
X2002X. XXITTXI3Xl.
And Blank-Book Mantuiiatufiv;
. BT0ETH EIQH (RSZXT, COLraBlTB, omo
aflWlf.....,.,, T,(.
' m it t
... rAiaiLK ,1'i.ouM,
TTTniTK WHBATI BRAHSID
0 1 W tt ' p . .. . N r
Irani "Barnett MUU," Springfield, O.-th taalbrandjf
rioar prououi to oar marKti. hiwhot
lor sal only at,; p A V, McDONALD'f ... --
noTV7r;, ;; . ., ,, 1Q Boatk High rtraet,
; CHINTZES, DHEbS .and aU
... ti wWlntaw Dreew Good.
1 r.H
a m BAWffrlnalwer lownrlr. n ',,,,,3!";
. . S.TI,J..
..;7,a 'v.ki .?';r"v"'"'',"":"i:
STONE'SJAZAAR.
No. '4r,Ghvvnile Block
, A. ;P. STONE fe O'IIAliRA:
A HF.NOWREOEIVINOTnEIRWH
V. ,TKU GOODS, and lOTlt lb publlo to lnrpeo
num., no aucn iioci of uooaa na arcr Dn oroogbt to
tliii tnarkrt. Th Bouth, In oonaeqnenc of th ftllare
f th grain erop, ha not been able to pnrohaa th ni
alqnanUty of rleh foods, and Ihli fact hai (oroed th
Importert to Mil tbent at pqbllo aaollon. Oar boyor
(Ur. Btone) being In Maw York at thea large aalea, took
adrantag of them, and we can and will tell our goodi
hii, ai iea man anyone wnopnrcnaaed two ween iince,
paid for (hB In New York. -Ouratock I complete to
erary department ol . , .;r. c.
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOUR8, 1 '
' ' BROCHE VALENCIA9,
. - PRINTED MERINOS, '
t PRINTED COBURGS:
; ' ' ' , DYED C0BUG3;
DLAUn. AlirAUAB,' ' '
' ORLEANS, "
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
, 1 " ALL WOOL DELAINES,
; " - ' ' POPLINS. PRINTS,
i . i1 . V ri - I j . - I 1 . .: . ..
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
;Five Thausand Dollars Worth y
, Bought in One Bay,
At balf tb Coat of Iwpoitation,
,; vLADIESVFURS; V
la all Varletlea, of tb
Celotraxted
Can ,.
ntuiaftar ! c, a,
' thertj ec Bon .
HOSIERY i DEPARTMENT,
Hen's, Ladle and Children' Under Skirt and Drawer;
Ladles, Mliae and Children' Botlery of all klnda, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleeey Lined and Cotton Qloret
of erery mak.
. '.. -"-auo-.'" ' '
A complete: assortment of all tha oiual rarit-
ties of ,
LADIES' CLOTHS, . ', V ?
.i . CA33IMERE3,
OVERCOATINGS,
' , . ... TWEEDS.
FLANNELS, .
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladiei andQent'i linen Cambrio Hand-
.. kerchlefi, do., &o. ;-.
To parson who call on na, we oMire onr word' to
Uhow Iheaa th large!, beat and eheapeat flock of Ooode
rr mi Id til narket, or pay tbm on dollar par
oonr ?nu looaing. . ,
aeci-oijtawuw. btons il u utURA.
OHIO STATESIIAir
Nos. 36, S3 tt 40, North High St.
.INCREASED FACILITIES t '
A6CCSAEY; eilAFIISS. BISFATEH
i: , - .... : - I
HAVING MOVED INTO HV.
NEW BUILDING,
1 have ;
I MYi -v
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
, : WHILK BOTH HAYS BEEN,. . r
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT;
WITH -'
New Types,. JBorders; . Ornaments, &c
BOM III 01LIBKAT1S IOUNDBY Of
C. T. WHITE ft CO.. NEW TORE.
. , ( . -
- ,' rnus HAxntQ it tum 4 , .,v,
Most Complete ! Establishment
')' - IN THE CITY.'''
. i -i-Lr . -
I am bow prepared to Execute all Orieri for
BOOK AND JOB
WITH; DISPATCH!
Aad In the Koat ApproTed Style of the Art.
. 1 ,, "'
''a PABTIOTJLAB. ATTBNTION PAID TO ' :
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
I rt j. ,
Bine of Iadlnr, , Clrcnlare, ,
Bsiai neaoe, Diana, weaaj
Certificates, -'- Koeolpta, '
; , Dray Tickets, i iteglstora,
HOW CARDS, & BILLS IN COLORS,
CHIcrl,, 1
, CABD8,'' '""
. " i - EXA9ISQS,
1: a
A comcx.,w
Illnstrated Show Bills,
l iFOB COTJNTEY MERCHANTS,'
Show Bills, Hand Bills, taholt, Conoert Pre-
fraAKas, Behool ana voilen sHihemea, Bo-.t
tel Bills of fare, Invitations,, Jko.'i, t.
; i OP EVEET DESCRIPTION ; ' , , ' .
School and College toUlog-nea,i!i .1 - J '. '
j .. Kwoellaneoas ramphuu,- - .
wi) ..-., i Coojtltntlona, Keports, Briefg, As
In i Gold and Colors
OOTEIRS
rrlnted la XTery Color ei a v it
llacunqth Eoo Cylinder,
The MtlT rress of the kind la Central Ohio,
My facYlKtea for doing any and aU f the abort deserlp-
Uons of work, ar now uuarpasMd, and saUafactlon will
b gtiaranteW In all oare.
. ItJ'AU work farabUMd promptly h th Kb proirrlerf.
I. IT., 0 r-, - . . WOHABB NBVINB.'
StSLIblftai if ML' irtlttTiT
iTil tJOLDKN BILL 8HIRTB,
I . riTT,niif Tl r r T auTDira
fi nataen of the ahlrt ar new. Th Bodlo,' Tomti
alMTtt and bosoms ar formtd Is St th panon with ess
and aomhrk lb aaark apra saoh aa deelgnaUng the
iuHhnlledan aa being (orreot, and eacbablrt
uranteed well made. A full , t took of all qualitie
00D.tw.tly for ar at T BAIN'B,--
rra.'l"v ifjtlt'. m, n pwa nign hw
i i Vatches and ; Jewelry,
A aSTjIB AH!OUTlrSElT OP WATOTI
IXtt, O looks, Jewelry, Bllrenrar, he,, kept constant
y m hand, at
B. kntKHTKIOK'8,
' ' no. Tat bUmM, Vli.h HtiMt. flalnmhua. O.
TTf" WtalMasA jMMlrr.naind. '
eo-A3a. ., . , ,, . ,.
!! I!
FAM
.rl 1
AMC lt,M KILKJ.
iaiw wiKni nriiKs,-
1!) 'li
W ate bo offering oar Imnumi ateok of fancy DrM
Silks at price lev than rr be'or ottered In this city.
Th atteuMoa of th latum of this etty and rlornlty
uliolwe. as car Mock lTry select end nmplt la all
(.t 1 . JVKIkSa B1LKB,
STEAIH PRINTING
riioi gcoosia inie yio
L. V I' 1,' X. Ij.TM
1 1 WOROJSBTER'S- -R0YAL.QUART0
DICTIONARY
i ' , .j -i : i .i4.au -'l etS
The' Latet-TLe Largest Tha Bait
; .'''i.lhe Cheapest Beoauathe Best.;
a; ih iiv ii i il.----'The
'inaat Bailable fetanaarst - An
' tharltf 4l tb EnfUan liaaf aaje.' t
''!",' . SritfundrttXmintntZIuccltoriof Ohio,
'TBB BBSS INQLISn SX0TI0NABT XIANI."
-j LUtrary Mm Eoiiyuhtr.
' Here an Upward, of a Hundred Thonraad Worde,
whoae mnltifarlon maaniugs and derlratlona, togatbar
Willi tneireorraet (peuisg, ana pronaneisuon ar oisany
aet before the ee.''
,
: . . a . . , OtooitmaU Ctmmmtal.-
Siad tlttDtuliloni of tha ihmbtrt of th, Ohio Stat
"Th nodonlgned, njeober of tha Ohio flat Tachra'
Aaaoclatlon. adopt and aba to as la tsacblng, writing
and peaklng, tb orthography aad pronunciation . of
Woreaeter'e Hoval Quarto Dictionary, and wa aoal aor
dlally reeomniend it a tha atoit reltabl atandard au
thority of th Ingllah langnag, as It la now written and
poien. " -
4 toi Aanatw, Prideal Kaaysa Otllg.
M. D. Lasorrr, Bnperlntandent Zanevlll School.
Tb. W. UaaraT, oup't Uaedlea Union Bchcol.
, 14. . OoWDaar, Bup't Publls School, Banduaky, .
: JOBN Ltbcb, Bap' Vablls fcoolr ClreleTlll.
8. M. Baiiroao, Principal Clare land Femal Semina
ry. War. Urrcnnx, Bup't Publlo School, Ht. TJnioo.
Jons Osoaii, frlncipal State Normal School, Minn-
lota. - - ' -
ZOTioeNiaoa, Principal lovrth Intemndlat School,
Olnelnnatl., ... .. ";;
H. B. MiiTi, Bup't Canton union Behooll.
Bowiir KaotL, Principal MoNeely Normal School. '' "
Xu I. Tarraa, Prof. Matbematies, Ohio Onlrartity.
W. W. XDwaaM, Bup't Troy Doton School.: :
. A. O. Donuis, Principal West High School, 0T-
B. A. noiton, Aitociate rrmcipai uigaecnooi, vierv
tend. ,' 1 .... . i... . J
Tn to no at btieiim. Principal uign ectiooi, Diet.
(and. . i " . ,
Hi v. DOmtTow, principal uiTixna loatirat.
i. A. OaansLO, Pnildeot of Electio laatltu:, HI-
m..
W. L. HAXau. Prof, of Chemlatrr. Ohio Wealeran
Cnlreralty. : .
H. II, BaaxiY. Kx-CtBUBiHloncroluomaoo school,
Ohio. , i . ,
Jam at Momtoi, Frar. Rhetoric, Oherlln Colleje. ' '
" Tbo. Uiu., President Antloch Oollege. '
0. W. H. OaTiicaaT, Pnf. Mathctiatlc, High
School, Dayton. ., .
B. 0. CacKiAOoii, Prof. Linzuaie, DIah School.
Dayton. . i .
I. M. Biaaia, aupt union aonoou, Aaniaod.
Mor Via Bla Bmdrti othtr Pre&idtntt of CblU.
gn, J'rofort, AutAort oeuf JfUUnguiiMa Jutuear
ton, haw tndorud (A altot untirrnnt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO. .
If AftirrrA Ooixsoi "It I truly aiagnlnoant work.
aa honor to th author, th publisher, and tha whole
ooontry." Praaidant Andrew. .. . , ';
Omo Wmlitah UmvaaaiTT It noted my expecta
tion!. It will b my guld lo orthography aad proaun-
elation, and will often be oooealted hy me for It seat
and accural definition." Preatdent Thompson.
Wi B. IcucTto Ootito. "Heretofore w bar ad
Webater'a orthography. At a recent meeting of aur
runlty. It wa decided to change It to conform to that
of WorcaoMr'i Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Prealdent .
Qarflakl. t. ; r . J ; ,,f- .i ' ": . V. .1
Wirrsaw Bntav OoiLasa. "I find It worthy of
cordbU approbation.;' Preldnt mtchooot. . ,
Ostaua Oou-io. "It mora than meet my txpacta-
tlon. I raoommend It a th itandard authority In
orthoepy to my children and my pupil. "Preeldent
Morgan.. , . ,, .
Aimoca Ooi.uei I adept and aim t In fack
Inr. vritlnaaBdanaklnctbesTthoaTaohyand oronun.
ciation of Worotater' Jtoyal (Joaito DtaUooary."
rretident tiiii. . . i . . r. .
"In all my writing, making, and teaching, I bar eo-
deavared to conform to th roles for ortlogrgphy and
pronnndallon a contained In WoroMter' Dictionary."
uorats aaaa, iat rantaenu - . . t J
Kairroa Ooauaa, GiUKra-"! mrt cordially Mcom-
mond U a th moat rallaM (taadard aatfaarlty 'of the
Bngllah laogaagau. It U fn written and ipoken.
Piealdeat Andiaw. . . .', ' ' j. . ,'.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Stv. Anion Smyth, Commiutontr of Common
ScunU i Ohio.
Th Dictionary I an tmperhihabl monument to th
Wtrnleg and lodaeiry of II anther, sad an honor to th
world of letter. The mechanical execution la far aope
rior to that of any other Lei icon with which I am ac
quainted." ' r- - ' -
from Bon. B. B. Barney.- J&Cmtnlttltntr of
dCJHXH VMf.". i n -n
'The meit ,llabU atandard authority of tha laa-
f wnaf Tttt
Xifidina; !N"ew epajperai of Ohio Say.
' From Urn CltoOani Etrali of Xarth 28. ."
Th orthography of th Worceater Dictionary It that
nwd by moeu If not all. author ol dtatlnction In this
country and Bngland, and conforms to th general ueag
of ordinary writer and epeaaero.
WhitAur nreindlee ma hay existed ararlouely. a
careful atudy f tbli Tolnme will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of It great merit, and a deair
to add It to th well Micoiea unrary, do targe or amau,
Itlsa library Inltwlf, and will remain an Impartaha
bl record of th learning of ltootnpllr.
. tromtM OtnetnnmU Ommtretalof UprU SO. .:
Here an bnwarda of a huadrad thoaaud words good.
bad and IndiSeranV whoa multifarioo moaning and
derivation, together with tbel correct ipelllng and pro
nunelatlon, are et clearly before th ay. Tha work I
anqaeittooably th greatcat TheaaurueoX InglUb) Worda
rrerpublUhed. . V ".
Jtrom tUt QlHHlani Thindtaltr oStpt. 90, 18C0. c
vMantlr Woactwna' BoTAk Qoauto Dlcnot 4
w4 Milv tht latt. kut th4 but wart of IA4 kind tvr t
wf,andoin by no possibility suffer by comparison or
controwry.. - ' "' ' , ' ' '
, j 1 ' from tht ToUdo Bladt tfllay SO.' r" ; "
r
As to . raoflcnoUTiox. WoBcnrraa is Tag Btamdaii
followed by our beat author; to definition h leare
nothing to b dlrd, and In OaTaoaaArat K m lufiloteat
lo say that Woacsana eaa b aafeiy follswad. . , ? '
INOHAIK cfe BRAGG, 'i
Pntllshere, Betellers Sc Stationere,
, NO. 191 SUPERIOR ST., CL1TBLAN0, OHIO. ,
mal9... . ... , . ..-
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T U E U
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WEEKIX OHIO "STATESMAN
1 ! j v.,12 HA VIHO A CIRCULATION , t ou,
Than any ether paper In Ohto, outaldt of Olncthnatl
Offers Pailiticf for; Advertising
(.; Which CANNOT fAtt t brln ) -
Speedy and ltcmaneratlTe Hcfnrne
To thosa who take avantag f ihm.
'i'Mill ;vEIBrKXiY STATESMAN,
StetrlbuUd lt U tnuh very Pot Ofllo In Ohio, ,'
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronage t valuable; and, Whs aldora erejb
Dally Iilltlont of city Journal,! and M only . ,
A limited Kuraher of Advertiiements
-,..r ..tt, ' - , 'U t:- i- .... ' ) : '. J
tAr biMrt4 In lU eolvmni, appoprUUly tod a;
TSJTT CAMWT f AH TO ' ' ' ' t
u... a .... i 1j ei. ..!
j3Lttrot Attontion
Of ALL I
Js.ii'J fill fc.ic .
'
WHOLESALE
"idvcrtlslnl in the W1BKLT STATBSMAN win Sa
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which i timet certalg te follow an extensive d laser ig
1 atlsii ' tnewlodge ef fkeir btatota'
AMoi.(?;'co.iTiTl:5wto (;
?;j i it., -v- 1 1 1 r !' '1 rJmn
,.;. ADYBRIISEMBNTS NIRNDtBIOa,,.!, 1,
j-n ghoaldk hasdedln beJor Irtda neon r i ':
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ii ijfiarint5rsmn. n i.i
f IlAVH TniS DAtAOMlTEB Wtr
X son IAMBS ADQBR BAIN a, partner In my bnit-
neM,' which will hereafter be onnduoted nnderth firm
of Bala aeon.. 1 r, natfl,xvButnuign i.
jOolumbut.lfeblJ.ieCL,,,,,., lT,,, . feb.M
HE RIP AN A COTTON HOPfcS
'd,--i-" t-t dof 4 Twine, ,.H
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3 UedOOnUano Wasiuie ytinr,
M'BJJBgTrJAtr.
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1 Im INTin ATTINTlON W oa of the moat ex
traordinary care by my 4 i.;tfu ! . . .
.ctoiiaiv syjixjp. ;1;
'
.1 ! -tmili n o.i'i ii'ci w rv.'
I They ar at hoaa, and any so who ha doubtt can In
quire 01 u perso who bare been curtn by it , ( ,
DR. KBTSER To PRKPARltlJ AT ANY T1MB TO
IXAMIN8 LUN0S WITHOUT CH A KK, POH ALL
TU0S1 WHO NBHO Uia MaKIOlKt;. t . . fc .
" - . ' - -! .
ATTEND TO T0TJR COLDS A eue of St year'
tandlng cured by DR. EXXSHR'S PCT0RAL BVKUP.
' -' " Pn-rnrtioH, Jan. H, 1800. '
1 Daj Kama: My wife ha bean afflicted with a bad
oagh And dlulealty of breathing, for fir or era year,
which, for several year back, had gradually lncraaaedln
Violence. Th complaint has been hereditary, and ahe
had bean treated by several phyalclani without any re
lief. In tble itat of bar case, I procured tome of your
Pectoral Ooagh Syrup. I bought, the first tlma, a fifty
cent bottle, which rellevod bar vary much i I than oal tod
and got a dollar bottle, which cured her entirely, and
h ha now no trace of th former dleaee, axcept weak
ria.. I would alio Mat that I seed th nudletn my
self tea told and cough Th medicine cured m ay tak
tng on doe I expree ay entire eatlifartlon with tht
medlcia, aad yon ar at liberty to publlih this If
you
dealre to do o. WM. WILBOW, f '
':..- 1 Alderman fifth Ward.
I 1' i i- v " PirMiraaa, Nv, lBy 1858.
Da. Karaaat Although not aa advocatt of Patent
Medicine,, In general, it afford me pleuare tndeacrlba
bla to recommend your Pectoral Byrup. Asa medicine
It Is wall worthy tha attention of any prn a bo may In
any manner be afflicted with oughi, cold, and hoannaa
of any hind, and for tha peculiar qualification, tot re
moving all that dliagreeabl stnaatloo attending a ,e
vereaold. I bar been, mora ar la, la my life, aS toted with th
rretof cold and hoarame, At tlmas my throat
would become so cloaed a to prevent my rpeaklng above
a whUper, and by taking a few doe of the abort Syrup
It would relieve me entirely.
In roommadiag abbs medlcia, I meat anheelUUngly
sty that it Is tht beat remedy I ever found. Duroortin, u
urath above, nor ahould any family b without thlt
rvueuy lor auesvn so prwBivni
,,..',v j . Toure, moet rsrpeotfally, '. .
I v IDWARDJ. JONkd, . I r . ij
, h j , Cuhler CltUetu'PepoaitBank.
'i3, will j '. . i. l
I 8TauaavnLi,0., March 14, 1W
I hav used Dr. Keyeer' Cough Byrnp for a bad cough
of sevtral year (landing, and can cheerfully say It ,
the belt medlcia for th stm that I hav ever taken.
,0 : . u : - v.r b 11 ; ' . J. W, PKI0I.
j
COTj.' PBAtt AND SR. KSVSKR'g PECTORAL
SI RUP. Da. Karen Dear Sin Bxcua th delay of
my acknowledging theexoeilence of your PectoralQough
Byrup aooaer." I lake great nleatar In nvlna that It 1
all yoa aay It Is. - A knotted U14 oU old
and th wont en I wa ever afflicted with: :
' my oupA
al more than one-half of t h bottle. nd I can and do
with that all who ar afflicted would glv It aa fair a trial
a I hav Bona aad thy - will b proud to aay, "It I, no
quack medicine.". I would sot uffr nthr uch an
attack for any eonndarailon, or at any coat. I am con.
fidentl an breath mor freely than I ever did. I shall
always ackaowledgo a debt' at gratliad for investing eo
excellent a reeaeOjr. Iwaars at liberty t nsmy aaaw
la thi regard, a yoa think proper. H. I . PRATT,
- . Meaaenger Common Council, Ilttoburgh, Ps.
rPlttbrh.MyH, 186,'- " '
- N. a I aa ao atraager ta aty nllow-citlwa, aad
who eatertala doubt can eoniult at ranoaally, r
' ! : .rlf'1.?!
3
: "!-t iwoiiiwri-'
BIAS Tin TRUTaT-Da. Imnl Ihavwadaagh.
icr wa na msea several aaeawin row a bad aougn,
wltboatbefit-aoogthmAyr' Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from yoa a bottle of your PSOTOaAL
1 naa uea nsir a nottia ah wa,
bottl sand her ntlraly of her
relieved.
Th
r . . John sarin, .
cough.
, Boblnsoa street, Allegheny,
i .t i-'J U ' ; !
PirmuaoB, December, SI," 1S54,
A ORB At OTJBB BT DU, KtTBBR'd l'ROTOKAL
BYRUP. I live in Peeble tswn,hip, Alleghany county.
I had a coughing and (pitting, which (oanaaenwd aoout
th 4th of february but, and continued eight nvttiih. I
employed th beat phyelclan in th country, and my
cough continued unabated until early in October. Al
that tlma I wa advld to try yoar PK0TORAL COUGH
SYRUP, which I did, aad alter I had taken one bottle I
wa, entirely fro from th coughing and apttting. I had
despaired of ever getting well, and I think It ahould be
known that tht valuabl remedy will do for other, what
It bta don In areas. -w ' JOHN O. LITTLB, ,
Witness B. M. b,aaa. 0(li(, , PeebIatownblptl.
u ' ' " - Pattoji Tr., April 14, 1837.
A WONDBRfTJL CCttB. com time ago, an old
neighbor of min was vary 111 with a bad cough which
every ee euppoaed to be ooneumpttoa.- Hti relatrre
told m that be bad takes every remedy they hard of
wllhoat benefit; hi brother cam to e him die, and all
were onfiimd In the belief that he could not live. I
bad about to third of a bottl of your Pectoral Byrnp,
which I gave hla, aad It entirely eared him, to the aetoa
lahmeat of alt. What makes the as mora remarkable,
la th extreme age of the man. h being aboateightyytan
old.,. I have no doubt the Pectoral aved hi lire. -
., , , , . . . JOHMN'.OINNIS. v
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DR. KKYBBR'S PB0TOBAL STROP IN E1AIRB-
V ILL K.r lease aad me anethtr (apply) of your valu
able "Pectoral Byrup,". Almoat everybody around o,
has th cold and ar inquiring for "Dr. Keyaer'a Pectoral
Syrup," W bavttoldalaleea bottle last week, and ar
now entirely out. . Mr. A. Altar and Mr. P. Usher, both
of BmiravUI, Pa.( tell ua they would aot be without It
la their famlllea. In fact, all who as It once want It
again. lour, reepeeuuiiy,
J . B. WATTIR80N At SONS '
; January 90, I860';.. , ,j:,u ....:,;.,
ANOTHIR NEW CSRTIflOATE S&l KKYIIIR'I
PKOTORAL BYRUP 1 had bte troubled with aaoneh
and cold lor several week . ao bad wa it that I eould not
a lee p. 1 bad to adfia aa piearipttoaa frsa three of
lbbatpkyHianln thlty, whom looald name, but do
net a so. 1 nnany procurea a nottia 01 your pataral
Byrnp, which cured m entirely. Blgned, J '.
caa MhMta tet MiUuMk. v. j. a kattn
! t..-..' to" iits ' tv. 1... . u .v c J
""FtOP THATXTOUGHTNO ."-'How a n I do Itr Oo
to Ecyar'on Wood tr4t and get a boul of hi Ooagh
Psctoial, sad If that don't curs yoa, yoar eaa must b
daperate Indeed." Tbl m aipedmen of th colloquy
on bear aim oet every say la sold atchlog period of
in year, ana we can, iroa actual experiment, cheer
fully oaoar In th triviar admonition aa abeve, lor w
have tried th "Pectoral," In a mat etubborn eaa. with
ntlreauooee. Near two week ago we went lo Plttaburgh,
with on of th aot diatraealng, -contrary, mullah, aa
subduabl coagha w ever experleoced inw ear advent
upon thla mundane epher. w eon, bed tedily aad
laborltaaly for on whole week, In hope, of tiring ii ottf,
but it wa no go. In fact It awmed rather to' have Im
proved by practice, and to have eorjulred tHtoirth.Dotan
cy and dittntibiUty by tha operation. lathi atageof
thsmcg, w oouibed our way to juyara, 10 Woed St,
proeured a fifty oenUwttle of tb "Pectoral;" took It
acoordlog to directions, and In forty-eight hour wt were
mater l tha field, th enemy, having uoondlttoaallv.
surrendered, after a brief bat aaequal conflict with o
formidable an adversary a aveywr umoua "Cough
.1
1
DR. MYBNR'S PICT0R1L STRUT la prepared and
old hv Dr. GI0ROB H. KA Y8KR. 140 Wood atreei.
riiunmrgn, raw. . . . a v-; i j t. .
, . . . L H 1 ' .' ,
monoid i in i;piubmi by jtyukBTa a.BAMDJL,.
rpOOTIIACnE BEMEDaT,,.v,
j '":- A BXmB2 CTJTUC. P "i I
' u.i '.1 Iu . 'IJ.SW ,lnn:,..:
Prapsjalaad eeMtf ..! i ? t , '! M
' ' ' i i A .T-r.2 S ;.IB0,.H EaTSKa,i
'prke, 45 eeBbi"JiD WyoiitUtota'Pa.1
JTr Sold ht Columbut by R0BIRTS at B AMttL.1
octirsaawdoa
. it lit
.jab. m. M'Kbb
WM.
U. kcSTIBACX.
lyrKEE l RESTIEAUX,
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PRODITOI3 DEAL131TO.
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m ; , wa, i nartn Hian eitrvi.'.
:M"io. ''ii.- ft-Vt .COLtTMBDS, OHIO,
f:TAVE 01 UAKIO AT WHOLBSATB
m9 . w - it Bf MCdJI arriATil VI n . -,..,, v ir a
XX ana JBeume miwvx. p tAriJ h : ejAMUni rig,,
a. .Am, bu t Tli. rnvVfcK. firman irnumnn
B HQ ABB. Kto , Ito. Oar Bloc b&f beo jpurchaMd to
aad ear main endeavor will be to offer Inducement to
CASH M BIMS wblh art nol txcilcd by any Hone ta
Dally , per ear. . J ......... 1 8 00 1
In-Weekly, per rar.. ....... i. S 00
Weekly. p yett 100 ,
Do They Miss Me at Home?
BY A TRAVELER.
' Do they mUt m tt horn? do they ml me1
Twould be an uauranc mat dear,
To knew that my nam waa fargotten. " '
At thosgh I bad ntvr been tbr.
To know that th tailor and landlord,
, And th bank where my paperudue, '
And hat whoa I now cannot mention,
' Bad baoiahtd mt quite from their view. . .
Do they mUa me at hornet do they m!m net
When tb market for money It tight, t . , oo
' And collator In hate are purtulng . i
! Their debtor by day and by night? , ' n
Do th f rlenda who one loaaid me a 'arty,'
And other who loaned me a "teo,"
May a algh of regret as they mitt Be,
.And wish they Maid tt m again! 11
Do they mln me at hornet do theymUtmsT '
, When no leoger I'm seen upon 'change;
. And do Ihoee who were won t (o aeelea me ) - '
' Ory,;'Blscondal'lnimally trang"t ,
, tmi Hm Shylook who leaned at Mi monoy, '
To bear me t region unknown, .
Look In vain for occasion to dun at, .
. And wlih I again war at hornet y-r
So thy aba a si hornet do thy mla nt
'Twould b an aaurana moat dear,
. To know that my nam wa forgotten,
Aa though I had never been there. -
1
! But I know that my memory Roger!
Am una in near apo, a 1 roam, .
And tonga I've wltaaad mytrtepev,
they'll mla nw they'll mla m at home.
[From the Boston Courier.]
Dialogue Between President Lincoln and an
Inquiring Citizens.
!
Cltlztin Mr. Prealdent. yoa seen ta he war
partial to the Socratle aeihod of stating your
propositions, bj asking quetUont. Will yoa per-
uiit waiv arjpiy taw aora-eorew a littler
rretideul iyinoola Certainly,
Citixen Thank Ton. And now. Me. Pr.l-
dent, when jon aay in your loaugortl that yoa
"shall take care that the lawe ol the Union be
laiuiuiif executed in all the State." I take it
Ton mean to exeoate the laws in a rfi way .
That you do not intend, to use meant not aa-
inorieea Dy the lews, to accomplish a lawful
object. . . ,
' fretident L. Did I not tar In the tame eon.
nectioo, "to the extent of my ability" I
' ClUien. You did. Are the naonla in nn.
derttaod by thai phraae, that you intend to con-
noe yourteu to tnote - modes ooly whloh the
Constitution and the laws bare Draeeribed for
the execution of the lawe? , , ,
President L. Certainly. Anr other coarse
wouia oe in notation or the Terr lawe I have
worn to see executed. , , T r . , .
Citizen-r-Br the expretelon "unlaai the Ann.
Ica.fi people shall withhold the requisition," arc
we to unaerttana mat yon are or the opinion
that further grauU of, power arc to be required
w cuauiv yuu to execute ue tawil. ,v , -
Prsjldeut . L. That ie a fair oonstruoUon of
that expression, It it not 7 . , ,. . ' t
u,iza vcruy. am, team, to coma ta a
particular oaee, and applying the prinelplea
which tou lutt admitted rou ear. "the Dower
cuub'jcu tu wo win do mea to Doia,.occupy and
possess the public property and places belonging
to the Government," 'do yoa. mean to.expreee
a determination te retake the forte, arsenals,
custom houses, Ao., by force of armet
' Prttident L-Bv no meant. I find nn crant
QJ.I - III 7 . , . . -
of any such power In the Constitution, nor any
auwariiy ui iiw wmcu wouia jusiiiy anr eucn
step. Congreee alone can declare war, and to
ao as yoar question eappfestg, would be emDbatl
sally to declare war. Kemember that 1 eao-
eider tbe Btatee all In the Union. The way in
which I propose to "pei"'the Dublin nrobertv
le bv tbe only conttliouonal method, bv tha civil
arm of the Government, backed and enforced
by the military. ,7,
Citixen-Tbat le, yoa deelgh to demand the
return of the property through the Federal
Courta, Diatrlct Attorneje and Marehale, and
call out the military to aid them as an armed
posse.
President L. I know Of no other method
under the lawe . , .'
Citizen But what If there are no inch olvtl
officer te yoa name in the State or Diatrlct. An
officer of another Slate or diatrlct le not com
petent for tha duty. ' t
rreeiaent L,. That la Terr true. If there be
no elvll officer in the diatrlct, then the President
has no means to perform tbe duty, and the Caae
becomes 'mnratel6fc,,, S I Intimated Jn my
inaugural.
Utiien Then I do not perceive how von can
retake the Drocertr of the United Statin, aa all
Federal offlsers hare resigned in several ol the
statea, ana you declare that you will not "at
tempt to rorce oDnoxiouS Strangers noon them."
' Preeideot L. Yon drair rery Juat concluatons,
i must comets. '
Cilizen Aeain, bow can the revenue ' lawe
be enforced in, for Instance, the port of Charles
ton, 8. C.J , ' v . '
1 1 voiacui jj uuii tiv aawiut mttDB, A ,au
Citizen-Well, the law is. I believe, thai tha
importer has a right to warehouse . hie goods
three years In U, S. warthouaea, without paying
duty till taken 'out. This right la gUen him
by the very law which yoa propose to enforce.
Suppose tha Importer claims thia right in all
oasee, your officers cannot objector' refute, so
mat even me law gave yoa the authority to
collect the revenue In armed abipe off the har
bored would be obliged to allow tbe goods to go
to warehouse, If demanded. . Nor can yoa send
the vessel to any other port to hare the duties
collected, because thai It expressly forbidden
by the Constitution, whloh eays'Veeeela bound
to or from one State shall not be obliged to en
ter, clear or pay duties in another."
rretident u. That is true, 1 suppose. . .
Citizen Well, then, how can vou enforce
the revenue laws, without further legislation by
O-reaT
Prttident L. I admlttbai Is "nwacfteaii."
and if Congreee does not give me power, I think
g snail naraiy maxe toe attempt
Citizen Why, Mr. President, do lander-
i tied that Ibis is the doctrine of yoar Inaug
ural 1 ... .' i . ,, , . ,
President L. It cannot be denied that anr
thoughtful men would srilve at that conclu
sion, t. " ;, . . .i :. . .......
Citizen Then wot did not tou ear ao Dlably.
to mat common minaa oouia unaerttana you I
i now conciuae. irom wnat yoa ear. that aa
things now are jou deem It "tmprecfteaSw'' to
retake the a publlo property, farta, c., or area
to execute ine rerenue laws in ue eeoedea
States, without further legislation by Soogrees.
Why, I ask again, did jou not aay so plainly,
that all might understand? ... -, - ,
' President. L. Why, my dear sir, I bad two
good reasons: irif, . becauMtnat waa exactly
what my predeceeeor, Buchanan, declared, and
he was called an old woman for lu and mondiy,
because I desired not to disappoint tha snaei of
my own party, who were expecting something
different from me. . ( Tha fact Is, To few worde,
we are , without the necessary remedy for the
evils that are upon as, simply because tbe Con.
etltntion and ita framert did not eontamnlata.
nor ohooee to contemplate each a state of tblaire.
and, here made no provielonfoe it. Indeed,
the moat admirable Of ail the axpoanders of oar
Constitution, Madison, txpreeelv declared that
the act of coercing a State by the. Federal pow
er to preserve Lbe Union would be, ipteeefe, its
destruouon.. .i ,rr. i . i-i --vo i - -. . n
. Clligtu-rMuTceeldent, I thank yoa for yoar
candor, and trust you may never allow yonradf
I to be impelled by an Ignorant and fanatical par
ty to do that which, was not contemputtea or
the Constitution aor. by those who. framed it-
Restore peace to yoar distracted country, dis
card th thttry of an unbroken Union, rwognite
theafr which all the world; sees and admits,
that ear bond of Union is loosened, 11 not bent)
Jeeely broken, end eet yourself at: work like a
patriot, sacrificing self, if need be, In tbe effort
to reunite its diaeeveted parte, and lonr country
aad all posterity will rank, you among the gret,t
penelwtQrt oi vourM, 9 . i0 vd .aoi
'B "... - ' .
X'luuia
The Name of Washington.
In the Hitlorleal Majiitlm for March, we
una toe louowing communietuoa irom a cor
reepoodenfe . t - r t- t :. iu-- -.w
"'I do not know whether H It worth the po
in youf columns. Bat it miy gratify tome anti
qaarita .poeaeteor ,'of Irvtoe'a f Life ot Waehf
ington" to bare aa early, perbape tbe earliest,
authentic notice of the land, lu England, from
wnico tne grandest name in English history is
derived, via the first volume ot the VChrool
coo Monasterll de Abingdon," published in 11-
inatratioa or meainvai uritign m story, onaer
the direction of the Master of. the Rolls, by tbe
isriusn uovernment, I nod, at p. 441, lbe lot
lowing Charter. ' This grant of the Anglo Sax
on King, it will be observed, is about 900 years
old, and la curious for its form; for tbe etrong
Impress upon It of what are now called tha eu
peratitione of that far-off age; for the saving
clause in favor of the common weal, as to re
pair or bridgea and castles, and aa to military
oervicet for tbe imprecation Uonohed against
aay violator of tbe grant, and,, anally, for tbe
moae oi ita execution." ,:r .,, ,- .
The grant, described aa "Carta Edcari Re-
gls de Wasineatune," ie given in the quaint old
Latin of the period namely,' A, D. 963.- The
Uutorical Magvint give this in full, ana ap
pends a ttaaeiaiionr wita in at preface: j
: "For the benefit of our readers, wo annel 'a
taraoalatioo as nearly literal as poatlble, though
ao translation eaa express tne canons interlard
ing of Greek, then eo much effected in Ireland
and England. The form ot the document
bows tbe remote origin of the .formula in the
Bella of the Popes, and the modee of algnttare
oi Bishope in Counoile. .The taste of tbe day
waa a ttorid atjle, and even In tbe signatures
there is a resolute effort not to Indulge in any
common word, or nee any repetition.- It ie ex
iremeiy ennone to rma ot, uuimeaa'a name here
coupled with Washington.'' i ,, ,; t -
ise translation la as follows:
King Edgar's Grant of Washington.
Thi Lorrr Thzoiizd RgiowiNo roaEvra!
To all seduloualv pureulng with Intent endeavor
of mind the etudy of wisdom, it clearly appear-
etn teat in dangers or tbtt lire Inoreaalng ex
oeedlogly In terror, the term of a fallen world
Is aeen to approach, ae the truthful tentence of
Christ promulgates, where be eaithi "Nation
shall rlt against nation, and kingdom against
iingoom," ana toe reew r.
' Wherefore. I.Edear, monarch of all Britain.
for the eternal remuneration of my soul, have
granted by perpetual Inheritance, a certain par
tide of land, to wit, xxliij eaeeati, in a place
which la also atyled by tbe celebrated name
Weiicgatnne, to a certain oblef, who is oalled
by tbelearned gnostics of tble country by the
known Word Atheluuold; that while life attendt
him he may poeeeea at pleasure, and after the
term of hie life may leave It free to wbataoever
belrebe shall choose And let the aforesaid
land be free from every yoke of terrene servi
tude, three eioepted, to wit: military eervioe,
repair of bridge, and cattle.
' Should aov one. therefore, wish to transfer
this, our donation, to anything but whet we have
appointed, may be be deprived of the commun
ion of tbe holy Church of God, be Justly pun
ished In the eternal flames of the lugubrloue
gulf with Judat tbe betrayer, of Cbrlat and his
accomplioee, If- be do aot, by due eatlefaetion,
ameaa what he has. ooended against our de
cree. ." 4 .
Let the aforesaid land bs henceforth enjoyed
by these bounds. r 't .". a ' -n
. Then follow "tha Iandeeouetra to Wasinga-
tuoa," the boundaries in Anglo-Saxon.
.-in tne vear of tne Dominiaal Incarnation
DCCCCLXIII was this charter written, these
witneteea contenting, whoae namca are Inscribed
below i .,
' t , Edgar, King of the Angles, hare conce
ded. ' 1 1, Dunatan, Archbishop, fctve corroborated.
' t ! Oecutal, Archbishop, have confirmed.
t I, Osulf, Bishop, have ooneolldated.
t 1, Etdelm, Biabop, have acqaiesced.
V 1 1, Alfbtre, Duke. :- . ; :.J
-t and ptmr tArr efmker J
'
f I, Bryhtfertb, minister. - ,
, and aiaref her minister'. ::
Charles Lever, the Novelist.
Cbarlee Lever ie thus spoken of In the Phila
delphia Prtt i "Lever, on the atrength of hie
large salary and prospective profits of bis works,
commenced living in a lordly etyle In Dublin.
Tbe dresse and jewels of bis wife fa pretty
creature, with feet aa small aa Cinderella's, of
which it was hard to sty whether be or the wae
moet vain; eclipsed those of the Lady Lien-
tenant; hie horses, t qui pages and liveried
grooms made tbe Viceroy' ''turn out'' appear
ebabby in comparison; bis entertainments were
on an equally magnificent scale, bit residence
was at Templeogue House, a little war out of
I Dublin the former eeat, we believe, of Lord
ralmereton a fattier, In tbe daye when Ireland
had a. separate Legislature of her own. After
keeping up tbe ball at a great rata lor several
years, to the admiration ef Dublin, it eoou be
came apparent that Mr. Lever wae trying hie
speed with a well known publlo functionary
the result, delicately intimated in a familiar
phrase, wae, 'he outran the constable,' and re
tired from Ireland just in time to avoid tha fatal
touch of tbe bailiff for what Faddy celled sae
ptcioa f dtbt, and baa been wandering over the
world ever eloce, dating bis booke from all
places, and believed to owe more nameroo and
heavy bills at the principal hotels in Europe
than any other man living, Latterly he baa re
aided in Italy, and with a salary of abont
13,600. - The duties of his office lie faithfully
performs ey dtpuiy. His own residence) is at
Florence, some seventy miles distant from hit
consulate, and be Uvea with all hie old habitt
of extravagance. , What a splendid Minister of
f inance be would make I t or over tweqty-nve
years he has lived off tbe land with na other
capital than bla brain, which ie constantly at
work on soma dashing story. u had no money
to atari with, no regular income to carry on the
war with, yet '.bow. luxuriously the nun, has
lived I"
Pennsylvania Oil.
The Pittsburgh Poet says: -
People at a distance have little idea of tha
magnitude of the oil business In Western Penn
sylvania.!.' In Philadelphia, wo are teld moat
of the business men regard tha oil batloeea as
speculative end chimerical la ita character
Bacn te not ine taoV', ana proanci oi tne on
welle la already m prominent article of com
and la daily becoming more important
Oa Monday, tbe Allegheny river being la ea
oellett , boating order, three email ateamere
landed at oar wharf; from the Welle in tbe vi
cinity or Franklin, 1,067 barrels f oiL This
is but a single day'e receipt here eod.larger
qntntitiee take the Northern route to New York
lty. The success of oU sorlcr apeoulatians te
greater than most If, not ail, kinds ef mining.
the incidental trade which thia bntirtess cause
to cur city is already very large We regard it
as l fixed fact that the- oil bualatts ie destined
to become one of th greatest trade ol Western
Pennsylvania, and it will not be many yeara be
fore'oo substantial oil men'.' will rank with
our aubstantial iron men" on tb toot of
wealth. . V
y-, iii a "
Waa in Jolics Caste's TiKt.Warfar, In
the daye of Cntar, waa no mere ootid' play.
In nine vear he had conquered 308 tribe, 300
nitlM. slain a million of meo, and taken a mil
Hon prisoner. . . After be had, become master of
the world, be entortaJned whole the Komea popu
lace at 93,000 tablea,fnrnithed with every luxury.
He made an artificial lake for th purpose, of
showing th assemblage a sample or naval war
fare, , . " 1 ", ', :" " , '."
(Lata ef Phalon'l Brtalihenl, , .,) pMmrtator
th Haw era rHawaaw enavtrir. ruir
Bhampeanlng, Curling and Dreeving Satom, Bait Shit
Street, ever tha Poet Offiotv where atisraoMoa will
k givwa In all the - Tarleu- reneha. tdlew and
Chlldren'a Htlr Dree tng don la the bat etyle. .
Irtl-etvl ..iv... ... , --.:
Til i , i
rMitov ugKN and aiLK raiiBi an
r ..w.kear Rlbb0B iaad. Bioo l4
lav
dianfaniat
RAIN'S
IT, tl Boath High trt
I taayiU .
ficiiuo to tint
t,.t .
GREAT SLAUGHTER!
IN
DBY GOODS:
ICWAPP & 0O.fi
I t :) m
NEW STORE.
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From aad after this data We shall
'I I
REDUCE THE PIUCE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE PES CESTy
IN OIDZa TO JIAXB ZOOM FOB ODa
SPRING STOCK;
; .. .. - -., . - - -... .. . ..
' Our aasortinent i3 stall good,
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and it is known to every
- one that our ;
" COSSIBTSOf . ".'-
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO VSELL,
SO DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OF '
2 N AP P & O O , ,
NO. 119 --:
SOUTH. HIGH STEEET,
OOXXTIwXlT7Sv
omo
5 Tone OS Feathers tuad (0
Ten of
Ragrs Waa tea.
oct3MawdVttw-6a ,
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win
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Ourt Couth. Cold, Boortnma, Jnflu.
nma, any IriiatUm orSortmdtq tit
lkront galeae tt Bcnsktrng Comoh
ta Omnmptton. MrmkHHt, AttJLa
mo. and Catarrk, VUar mmd fftt
itrmgth to th eovc of
PtVSBS.SU arEABBBI, .
aad SINwEttt).
few ar aware of the kaptrtanc of ebeckUg a Cough
r "Ooamoo Cold" tn it nmttage; tnat wnloh la tbe
begtnalsg would yield to a mild reaMdy. If saglceiceV
oon attack, th lange. " Jrvtcn' BromAial Trochm,
conalnlBg delcent Ingred lasts, allay Vulasoaary tad
Bronchial irritation.
BROWN'S
That trouble hi aiy Threat, (for which
th ' Jrvcir' are a epeoin) having aaade a 1
often a aare whisperer."
TKOCHBS
n . r. wilub.
! reoemmend their nta te Pciue ska.
BIOWlTS
TBOOBIS
mt. i. chapiv.'
"Here roved tlUeaetr atvlaaLl for
BROWIfS
QoAjtBBms."
BKV. BEiTBT WARD SZXOBtK.
MAlBMt iMtanl nIM k the dhureaalsc
TBOOBIS
labor of breathing peculiar a IrrBKi."
BB0WJT8
BKv. A. C. BttHLBSIO".
"Contain no Opium or anything Injur!
TROCHES!
OUS. VS, A A. HATES,
BBOWM'B
A elnml and plaeant acatbinaUaa tsr .
Coeeat, o."
TEOCHISl
ua. a. i. niuiu;wr
i , opa
"Bcaeueial la BBoacwma.n
IE. J. I.W.tANB ' "
' ' JttotoM. t ' t
I have proved thea exrelltat for Waoar-
BROWN'S
TBOQBXS
SB0TJT8
us Ooroa.' '
,. . UT. b. w. WAaaBH, .
TB0CBB8
BsneeUl when asaptlM to tveak. at-
BROWll'S
ftrlag front Cot." .?
TRocrxxst
MT,D r.i.aaiiaiua,
i - - .-. Lni. .i, I
"IrnortrAL In naovtar Hoar, coca bb
I
BROWH'B
frrltatlon of the Threat. o coaaaMa With 1
I
SrwaKBBsaad Suroats." .. ..
TBOCHId
Prof. BtAOT JOHHSOrT
la eramgo, t4.,
Ttaebtr of Made, Beathsra .
Faaal Oollege.
.........
"Great benefit wbn taken before and after
BROWK'g
TBOCBIS
BROWH'B
preaching, they prevent Hoar, mea. f raa
their put effect, I think they will be offer
BMnwktadvan tag tost." .
TBOGHlft,
' Biv.a.Mowi.sr. a.;, '
Freaidaiit of Atken Oolltge, Tenn. , -
BROWB'8
Tnoanes
TTrgold by all IVruggtobi et 'TWIRTX-
lliai
vr-tfeiawa a nmr r-t.
I i.i.vw... awia.
BOBIBTS fc BAMOlli.
Dnrrtits, SM Hath Elirh atrtet.
S. 1. SAMUEL CO.,
85 Bouth High street, OoIuaibaatO.
aiarT-deodla
laflles' linen TookatEudk'l.. .
HEmmBPSTITCHEDLErBA HAltn -kerehier,
vsry WIA bean. i n:
BbroMeree lilnea uanda aiipnca. - ... ., .
beamed Stitched audpaia do, do.
do do ., - oolorad border. . i
Uournlng do ' black bonier
' o do. i' aewetyUeraUtchd. "'
Blrta AnnlAiln MWaattMll.
Ulnof PkUa aad Btasad Stitched do all price. '
omprlalng the aoaaleotaeHaBtln the etty end ,-i
Comprising the aost
at lowat prisa.
BA1H BUN,
We. B Sonth High Street. -'
mat i v -
.lv
. . ! ; yOHS H VB3SZ23,
AG EM T FOR IIOrrlE, COISTI NEB TAA
Mabbatyah, Btccam, and Iavma Via lam. Co.
New Toaai kaacBAmre' and Cm Vnuev HAUreaa
Mew Iota Lin and Com. Mcttjai. Lira.
Office, Bl Bltst Bt., Baraga's Bl '
eW-di ........
) .Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
PLAIN ANDEHBROIDERGB, Bf OVB-,
otTKTAIR aad nealarabiui Black Sid Glove.
embroldend la wbia. aaruta, purple. At. (7draaed- 1
KidOlova. Mlaa aid etieves. m npe bbbuumb,
ef theMoeiebrated Qtova alway for ate by
, -i ji J mmka m pvn, .
'teXSt ' ' Ko. W South High street.
HEHBSISOf MSJBBINQIl-SO bWc ).,:,-
fcbS7
M, MtiUHighctrtct.
'. tmw Hedical rnryaoea." - j r.
PCHB BBAeTBDIBS. WTftS. CORMAXS, AW BIT
,Tas,froa -Bonded . ....
aovTT 10ft South blyh etreei.
MaVliTESB THBE A D fuAOR BUTTS) i,
.lrant qualltla fr Udia; ala, IW t!,ta .
B great variety ' ' -tewiaj
, ' ' : -1
I i via the. atadlaoo. Watt Co'e paa. BncfcsmN
aaled Pearl Starch, a lupertw artlr. vweiwd la tlor
lor al by ... - ''f-'ZL'.V,, .
fCfl ' 4TW aisMBBSBal tyMasJ
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