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D Altt; TRI-TOJY ASD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fnBI8n: EB , AHD PBQfBIIIOBI.
OfflM Hoi: 86, 88 and 40, Korth Hlfh
yjIRMS INVARIABLY IW ADTANCM
Okily - . . 86 00 pyf.
ay ine earner, pr WMk, mU. i:
Wrt3y, .
i oo
crniH ot
AdrerUklnir bf th Sqwr
nt squat lyeai... iQ0 00
0n " . mor.th, 18 06
3m " I month! IS 00
3d,. Inonthi 10 00
Jn . , monthi (t 00
3m 1 1 month. S 00
On iqaar 3 Wfct-,H N
On " 9 week!.. 3 00
On " 1 week... 175
On - ' " 1 Sy... 1 00
On " . djr.. : 7
0o . " 1 InMitloa
Dliplyed advertliemeoU half nor thaa th abort
rati. .. ,
AilTettlsementi leild lad 1 placed ta th eolsma of
Bpscial notice." aouen IM crainarv raw,
All uottoet required to he publUhodby law. lefalnta.
ii oraorea on roe iniiaecinTiy alter tnenratWMK
per Bt, mot than inhoTt rates; bat all loch wll
appear In the Iri-Weekly wltboit chare.
Battneit Cards, not exoeedinc fir lines, per year, la
side, U56 per liue; outside i'J.
Notloesot meetings, charitablesoele ties, Are oonpanles.
Aa.. half nrlcft. . i , i. : v
All tramitnt advtrtittmmU muit t paid or f
mdmane Th rul will not be nrled from.
Weekly, sam prto as the Dally, where th adrrtlsr
sstn wekiy alone, wnere Tie vaiiy anaweaaiy
are both need, then th charge tr th Weekly wll) p
a ill uie rates of ma vaiiy
Mo advertisement taken exoept for a deflnlt period
M
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring V Water fta .
Ooixxxx'fc-uua,v Ohio
W. B. FOTTS & l CO.,
MAOTTTNISTS.
AnsVafaDnfaotaren of Brass and Oofs position Castings,
finished Brass Work of all Description!.
Electro
Plating,
Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING,
hblUO-dly
' ': F.-A. B. BIMKIII8, .. T
Attornoy at . Xjtxyjv
', , AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ; ; . i
Offlc AuibofJ)ttUdlBf,"oppoltOapltol Bqoar. '
- - ' ' OOLTJMBfJI, OBfOi
firT ! saisr i s
. - - I - K I acav . t
Machine" Mannf actnring Companj.
MaJiuracTtrani o '
STEAM ENGINES &; BOILERS,
Cutiuga, JIlll-6Mliif, HaoUaary. ,i
, .i'"
in . r '
Xl.allx,oac3.
,ll irni wsciimoM. -
T. r- VULlinBDS, OHIO. -OHAS.
AKBOfl, gop't '- " ' 1. AilBOS.ilrsaa.
deell. 18S9-K
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
dor?
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to lndianaoolii without Change of Cars
and trat One Change of Cars betw ocq .
' . ' j Columbm and St. Louts. :
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
4 ;;:-!. J--BUS.' -'
.-'first train. :'
1 MDallyi Monday! xoeptd.1 '' '
MIGHT EXPBKSB. Barton, at 8:45 a. B.,top-
Dina at London. Xa.ila. DayUin, Ulddletowa and Hamlt-
Urn, arrlTlng at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m. ; Dayloa at i.ii
a. m., Iadiaaqpolis at 10:i8 .m.;it. Louis at ll.SQ
"
".' second train;:-. ;;;;:;;' v
ACOOUaCODATIOM.at 6:10 a. stopping at all Bta
.tlooi batweeo Oolunbo and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving as Cincinnati ll.'tfi a. at., Dayton atIJ a. m.,
Indlanopolis at ;S8p. mt - ; 1 '
,,
i, i-THIRD TRAIN. " '
DAT IIPSESMt W) p. tn;, stopping atAlton,
Jflroa, London, Oharlastoa, Cedarrtlle, Xenla,
Spring Valley,- Corwln, -Morrow,' Deerneld, toster'a,
Lot land, atlllfordand PlslpTllle, arrirlnf at Olneln
natt at 7.-80 p. m. St. Loai a. IS m; Dayton at 5 SS p,
m. L3dinopoliaattJp:3tlp.m. $ ;!UI i.;J.j-rjt
leeplnsr Care on all Nls-ht Tralna to
Cincinnati and Indianapella. -
1 1,., : , f.
OAOQACE.
CHECKED
. TIIttQTJGH
tor furthar Icfonnatloa and Through Ticket, apply to
.! M. L:DOHRRTY,
Ticket Agant, Union Depot, Colombo. Ohio.-
iLW.WOODWABAm.:,
w ' ' ' 1 " Saptrlntendeat, Cincinnati.,,
JMO. W. DOUIRTK
JulJ 1 ..h.-ii ' r' ' Aaent, Colnmbaa, '
t
; H OLID A YS.
kT-:i fl !
U": tfAHCIES.
.i.T r!f 5'' I i
Buck articles as you ittr for year EtTBBANT) 1
Sachuyo"rrorWirB.v J t
Bach as ar proptr for your DAUOHTEKp t--
..7 :i.r.-.
Saab u yoar S18TM will pram yoa for'" "
Bitoh oE0THB . ' 11 1 .r
Booh a. yoa iconl for " THl OKI T0XT lVOYI BIST.
Bh aswiUbs gtx4 (or th. BLSBBID BABI." '
Bach asaUsrat for,. ,
May b found la variety, la ay Bw stock ol. i:'
VATCHESf . CHA1N8, . JEWELBT)
, JPLATED OOODS,i,tr ,t
And general sasoftoent f:, ..... - r.-v-,- ..
' , Pasey and. Uaeful Artielaa.- - "
wm. BiYimt::r::
, ,i:.i.u. h; 10 Buckefe Block (
Deremntr. 1800. w1'1"'' ' "" , '
.
1
.
iaa nr. "cn been , black
1UU TEAS IOO bags prim Bio Cone., ....(qiw
. 1 60 pockets old Dutch Ooremment Jar CoJTe.
taMieOeyiea Oeffea. . ..w.a ,:-.:- ' m
tOObbls. standard Whit Bonn, consisting of
drd, Ohrushed, eranulatad A and B 0offM
50 quintals George Bank Qodflih. -, . -
CObblf. Mats and Mo. 1 Mackerel, .v
6 to. Pick Bslmon. j
IOO ta. Layer Eaialna.-,.,i ' ...1
Xoaf. boado do -J;u
lOOqr.boado- d ' .
IOO sf Cigars, dlfforecl hranus'and grades.. ,
nortt ': ' WM. McDONALD.
Ma Ce LILLEY-in .
. iLnd Blftnk-Book KanoJkntnrsr,: t a
ioxth max nsxxi, coLTnatrs, osio
erlWdlw
th
aa
lla
.riUHlliY I-JLOVIS. v
WHITE WHEAIi Bit AH DED-r
SNOV I" 14' A K! A
from "Bamett Mills," Bprlngield, 0-h bst brand f
llourbronht So our market. BatUfaotloa gaaraabwd.
lor sal antral " " WM. McDONALD'S, . .,
aoTiff - 1 1 r 10e Bonth Hlg street.
CALICO), DoLAINEII, FTFHIIIO",
CHtMVtF.lt, jOKCIil 011. K. a), aad all
kind tt faaMonablw -' -J 1
. Vlntor Zroaj Ckwdja. ' 1 "
W art BOW ffirUf a Trry rowprtoe. ' J " 3 A 1 k
. .atukiimt. ,
W.
I STONEZAARJ
2STo.4 1Gwvnu.e ' Blobtf.
'i ,,. ..f:.K:';. ci'-X tint v.1 i vi!?".'i
;p.iSTO;:&;;0'imiU::
A BE HOW REOEIVINGXBBIH Iflrf
2 , JBB OOOD8( and lnitla poWlo t tnspeet
them. ' Mo inch stock of Ooods na ersr bun broniht to
hfa . ITIu BmiW ' l .. .. tf ... .It
of th grala crop, basaotasea able-t parches th as
aalquaaUty f rich goodst and' tkdo hot kaa forced th
Imperters to sell them at publl aaetiei. Oar buyer
(Mr. Stone) Ming In New York t the Urge sales, took
adnata of themt and can sod will sell oar foods
nan, at teas man aoyoDe woo purcoassa two wm sine,
paid for tham la blew Yorlb.-Owsteok I teaplet tn
ELEGANT DRESS BILKS, J '--
I OTTOMAN VELOURS, '
.1 BROCHEVAtENCIA8r- oT'
! ..PRINTED MERINOS''" ,
! , , , PRINTED COBUR09,
j . . DYED COBUGSj
BLACK ALPACAS, .v. f. t. . t
j - ORLEANS, .; -ii ..-.l- '"
, ' ' " - FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, '
,.:'"-'- ' .ALL WOOL DELAINES
.1 ! . ' ' ' POPLIN 4, PRINTS,
,!., .-. n-.v 1. A DELAINES.
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Five Thauaa,n4 . Dollars "Worth1
' - Bought irf One Day VJ '! J;
At ene half the Coat of Impoitatlon
1 inirni r"i inn
In all Tarletlea. of the Celebrated
'1 RIauiafatnre of C. G. Grin- '
thera tc ton; ;,, ,
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
Men', ladle and Children's Under Bhlrat and Srawora:
Lldles, MiiM and Children' Hosiery of all kinds, la
Wool and Lamb' Wool! Vleee Lined and Ootton OIotoi
oianrymak. ........
A oamplete asBortment of all the usual rarla
uea 01
LADIES' CLOTHS. - ;' '
' ; .1
CASSIMERE9,
! nvrrrniTinne
j. -,, rtxt.- - ' ' TWEEDS,
AMJL3r- - ..) - . 1.
1 vi: KIBBONS." 1 '
I DRESS TRIMMINOS
ladies and Gent's linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, do,, &c.
la Misonasrho call oa ha. wa Vtiam - nn. mni.
show thani th larreat. best and aheanest stock of Oand.
wrwr hum auarrsi, or pay them on dollar per
tkAtaai aarklla. I4u.kl.a1 "
aavsma nauiw ivuiugi . -
ae-ajynuwu. BTONH O'HABBA
OHIO STATESMAN
HOUSE.
Nos, S6, 38 & 40, North High U
i INCREASED ' FACILITIES !
MfflltT. WIESS. Ul
HAVING MOVED -INTO MY
NEW BUILDING,
I HAVE
.-!! . MY
BOOK ' &; J0B DEPARTMENT!
. ! 1 WJuLK BOTH HAVE BEEN "
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
;,..., i WITH -, .
New Types, Borders, Ornaments,, &c
IK0M- TH OBUBBATIS fOUlTPRI 01
C. T. WHITE ft CO., SEW YOBZ,
Most Complete Eatablishment
'' 1 ' Uf THE CITY "
nrMNii
.f ptepared to-lxaeute aU Orders tor
BOOK .AND JOB
Nrti DISPATCH!
And la the Most Approved Styla of the Art."..'
j FAXTfODIiAB ATTJlftlON f AU TO ' '
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
asijiw wa t4iain(,
Clrcniara,
1 dii a. aa bi taw,
Blank, DeeaU,
Certlfloatea, " , . lleeclpta.
n j iraf xicketat " Ueglatera,
HOW CARDS &Bin4"fJ-C0L0RS,
CHKCIB, .... jrOTE8, "-.-.'(. J,:
,,u CARDS, r.-WlMPfJ,'1,'1
,,, ... : -.1 -.HIAOnei,''1- - COHTBACTf. "
Illustrated S htow Bills,
; FOR OOTXNrTRY MERCHAirrs. JI
Show Sills, Eaad Bills, Labels, Concert lro-
BTOBBiM, Beaooi ana coUon Bcbemea, Ho
1 1,
(. wi Auiis ei rare, inwtattonj, ce,
Bbols worii
.1 "1 -.of. every DEsoraPTioir;
Ichool and Collage Catalogues, :S . - .
, Jttuwuaneooi iramphlau, -, ., 1
'L . ConiUtuUooi, Reports, rieb, at
:towlB8;oVColoa::
TH3 K Q
Printed U trtTy Color ob a "
Uammoth Ho e Cylinder!
The only Frtes et the kUd ta Cintral OhW.
Mr feoflltlaj for dofna any tad all of th. abm
MUW vvh ara HVW Illlfasasa, BIM anSIBOUOB Will
tijmnmm u au will. . , . t ' i
IJJAU work fumiahMl praapUr by th. tlm. prrmlted.
i aUUHABD BIV1NB.-
. OOLDES HILL BHIBTB. 1t v
ooLDkf bill ainnra ( i, ','
natiera of the shim ar nsw.' To Bodies. Tokea
slams and bosom an formtd to Bt th pwsoa with aa
aomron. ina manapoa aoanaslgBtlnf ah
may b railed na aa being oorra, aad aaehahlrl 11
guaranteed wall mad. A fall stock of all Qualities
OHtantiy for tale a 151 r I BAIN'S. j i
nwrve -j i j Kia.zvtMraui niga arb
... Watcher and v Jewelry. ; v
AriWB A""ORTRiefT OF. WATCH
7 tainial' iFVe1-'liVVtf ke, kept aouMaut
rrns vA- ?!IM.,B'm High Street, Oolumbua, 0. V
AANO DKHdl NIIKS.
C lAHOt DRB8B eil.hd
MM'.'
fAlui DBgKg arrr.w
art tab attring oar Immetvc- etooa f parW tfaiei
Bltk. t prlo. Icae than rrw 17;,
TbealUatioa of tha ladlea f hi.rZif ii
toUotted.. War stock ts tar gekeot mI r ti...i!
froOtlono,MUW. F.atHAIi(,-'
"Tfj ,:.rini wa-ie ttigh street.
)
.
.
EOYAL QUARTO DICOTART.
T 1 lateit The largest The . Beii
1 The Cheapest Beoaou the Best, -a
I -((. ( 1," ... '- -.r.7 i'jt no .'li. iifj
Tbe Kleai Uellable taildaVd.','Aii
'tneritjr of the EnaUahS-aotnafe "!
"TBI SEBT IHQLIBH SIOnOMARt IXtANT."
.0
' Llurary Mtii XttryvKtr.,
i.-ll 13 .
"Her are onwards of a Hundred Thousand Word.
Whose multifarious meaning, and derivations, tosvr
with taeir eorract Spelling, and pronunciation art clearly
Mtbtfor the je.'' - ' '--
v-: '.! ee iii -ti.it J-.'v I-. 1
Etai th DteUtont of tto Mmhir$ of fit 0U tat$
....-v'2eMsi,M.,.. iu Jumt.a
Th andtrslgned, members f th Ohio Btst Taaohan'
ssociailon. adoot and aim t as la taacbtag, writioa
Association, adopt and aim t as la, teaching, writing
and speaking, th orthography and pronunciation of
Worcester's Roval Ouarto DlotlonarT and w moat cor
dially recommend it a th moat rtllabl Mandarda).
uonty of th Xugllsh language, as u is bow vmita ana
poaen. .. . , , ., , ... . , ..
. ijoaia AKoaaws, rrasidsnt nenyon uoueg. . .
, M. D. Ltuarrr, BupsrlDtendent Zanesrills Bcnooli,
-inos. w. llaBVST, eop't massuon union ncncois.
M. I. Oowoa.T, Bup't Public Sohoo la, Saadasky,
John Ltkb. auo't Pnllle School. Clrolavill. .
B. N. Baxroao, principal ClTeland female Bemina-
17. ,
W. Mrrcnn-L. Soo't Public Schools, Mt. Tnlon
Jour OenaM. Prlnolnal Itats Ksrsaal Sehool. Mlaa.
ou. , ... ... , . , .t
uiiui nAUK. rnnciDii lourui iuiiuiuiuiil. auiuDi.
r. .i 1 . t, 11. . 4 . 1 F 1 . ,
H. B. Martin, lup't Canton TJolon Bchecls.- 11
Ebbtin atMat. Prioelnal ktcMeely, Noimal School
Ku T. T attar, Prof. Matlitmat.es. Obi Cnlrsrsltf,
Wm. W. Kbwabos. Bun't Trot Colon School.
. A. O. Dorkias, Principal West Hlgl School, Cltrt
land. , ' ' - u
S. A.'XoBToa, AasoclaU friaclpal Biga School, ClTv
land . 1 ' . .. r , . . . .,.
TaaoDolti BTaaiiga, rlnclpil High School, Qkre,
lud. ,
K. f. IIuXiiToR. PrlnclDSl Clereland Institute
' 1. A. OArixLD, President f B lectio Instltat, Ht-
wm. ' -
W. Ii. Haas is , Profc of Chemistry. Ohio , Wsslenn
UnlTersity. . t
H. H. BAJtmcr. Ex-CoombnlOBrbf Common Bchools,
vuio.
Jakes Momoc, Prof. Bbttorla, Oberlln Oolleg
Tao. Utu.. President Antlock Coll. -. j. ..
O. W. H. Catucast, Prof AtaLhemaUcs, High
School, Day ton.
B O. OasMlAtoli. Prof. Lalruaiei trlih BchooL
vaytost. - . - ' Vi ...... ; i .....
, a. m. nAaaaa.oup t ununoonoois, Asniata j
Mor Oum Siet Sundnd oiktr PrftfdtnU of DoO.
gtt, Profutort. Authort and DMinaniihtd Sduear
(ore, nav4 tnaorita tn aoovt unttmmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IW OHIO.'
MAkrsTTA Couto. It Is truly a masnlScent work.
snheoer tothe author, tb publishers, and th whole
couoiryr rraameiit Andrews,
Ohio WtaLtYAi Uitssitt It txoeeds mncU-
lions. It will be mr laid in orihowranbT sad nronunr' I
(aation, and will oltsu b consulted by me for It neat
aad accurate definitions. President Thompson.
W. B. ICLtrt-Ic Ootlioi. "Ileretofor w har oaad 1
Webster's orthogiaphy. At a ronl meeting of our
'acuity, It' wa ddd(t t cnani It to eonferm t that
or WnrcMttr'a Hoyai Quart Dictionary." f resident
uaraiia. . . . , ,. . , . , , , . . . ,
Wsstiak Kainva Oousos. "I Snd It worthy of
ooruiai approoauoa. ; riwuiant uiicacoca.
Oasaux OoUio. "It mors than mteta ary tneeta. 1
Hons.- I, recommend it as tb. standard authority in
ortaotpy to aay caiiarta ana my pupil." rreshient
motgaa. . 1 r-... 1 ui'..
Amoca Collboi. "I sdoot and aim to use In tb
Inr, wrltina and apeaktai. thaorthocraohy aad arenas
euuon 01 woroestar noyai uuarto iiicusnary,"
'"la all my writing, aneakinr. and teaching I has an.
daarored to eoafotsa So th rale for orthography and
pronunciation as ootainKi in Woreeeter' Dictionary
Horace Mann, Jutt President. :r, r,."a'.J.
Ksitcr Ooucaa, QAkimsa'I mast cordially naoav
mond itaathemost reliable standard authority f tb
Ingllsh mngnage as it it now written and spoken."
k f eaiuens Anarew. -' - -
I . 1 -f-i 1 1 ii-J --v
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO
From Rtv. Anion Smyth, Oommittionor of Common
. - awmt in ttto.
"Th Dicflonarr la an Tmnerlshahl tnoanmant ta fha
ssarewa aad lixraarrrwf ft. author, and an honor to th
woria o( ietttrf. Tne saecHenleal ceoutlon Is fartapa
rlor to that of anr other Ltiiooa with which I am aa.
qaasMta" , , , ,. t ...,. :.
From Bon. . IT. B. Sarntu. Za- CommUltonrr of
"Th most reliable standard authority of th. Ian-
gua."
I .1 ; WHAT TO.
Zieadine TJ"ewioper of Ohio Say,
- i Trontk Clettland Jhrali of March 23.
Tb orthography of th Woroester Dlctlonarr Is that
usfd by most. If not all author ol distinction in this
country and angland, and conform to tb general osag
orainary wtiwr ana spur. -
- Whatever preiudlose ma bar cxlstsd nrcvioutlr. a
eareful itudy of this volume will Invariab'y be followed
by a warm appreciation of its great merlte, and a dlr
to add it to in well Itleeted library, be it large or smalt,
It is a library in Itself, and will remain aa ImMrlsba.
i rcoora oi u reaming or it oomptsar.
Jrem (A OincinnaM Oommorctui 0 April SO.
Bar ar upwards ef a hundred thonaand words road.
bad and indifferent whoa multifarious meanings and
dertratlons, together with their correct .pelliDi and pro
aaaclatioa, ar sat larly before tb y
Th work I.
anqumtrenaaiy to graamt snaaraof anglisb Wo
T publiabad.; , j-1 ?; :i .r::.3
from th Olttoland PlaintUaltr of Sept. SO, I860
Brideatly Woaosara Botab OtTia-ro DicrioK.ar tt
art oniv Us Uut, out IM sasr score or (A Amd ever O
td,ndtn by no possibility suflar by aampirkwa or
waasiwrwiay.... , , ; 1
. , from tUJbMo Kail of Mavis.''.
At tO noRDRClATlnlS. WnaiTMrrcM ta rani B4wn.aB
followed by our best authors! la deflniitona ha laaraa
nothing to b desired, and in OaTBOwurBt It b) sufficlsnt
10 aay mat woaoaraa can b later followed.
" ItTGIf AM cV BBAGG. '.n"i, ,
rnMliUera, BekaeUerek atatieaere,
HQ. 191 B UPS EI0 B ST., OlilVILAHD, OHIO..
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THE
lin - a
WEEKLY OHIO : STATESMANt
j HATING A' CIBCDX ATI0K c'
LARGER BY 7 SXVESAL TBbVBUm
WhldvPANHOT,
eeedf and. nemnneratlTO Itetnrne
To thoaa who take advantag ef than,
THE ,VJ1U11K14"S'. erUA-TSSMAlN.
Distributed as it is through trery Post Office la Ohio,'
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
TThot patronage ta aloabla, aad who Kldoa sec tt
lyj Daily Kditlon of alts ionmalst aad as enl
A ItLTnitOrl Number of Advertlsemenls
W Are Inserted In lb) Mlaatn, appoprlaUly and ''
I.. ' .. r t. . .,i ; .; ., mti
UHwncnTuipT v mrjot f.tttt
M,evyyia4HS V4M feAtfcV
j mil VAUiaVI rcaVasV TV !- .ir.'t !'
t3Lt tr .not jSLttoxxtloxx
Of ALL I
1 1 ,: 1 , - 1 . 1 1 r, 1 ..
Tata any other in Ohio, ootaide of Olsclnnaa I
Offers 'Facilities for; AdyertBiatf
.IAIL to brlna-. ' f ,
- .1 .. , .4
tb
-procured
.0
. ... , I
7II0LESALE DEALERS
Adrla1n( fa th wiT.pkTSMill UI jo.,
i ...'I'V't idraaUgoua ia'y-,,s, ;j u
THE INCREASE OF, TRADE
which It llmoct oertaln tt fon.iT 11 trtnuire dliirmla
i Mo! ', taowledof their bpslnea
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SECTORAL SYRUP.
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They ar at home, aad any n wAo his doubts can In.
qaiit.fUwp.rssnvhobaT.baawearodby.lt
J 1 , - ' , '1 t ' a a 1 ' .'J4 ." ' ti ' jrlrl
t DR. KtTBEB. IS PKIPABID AT: ART TIKB To
EXAHINB ICNOS WITHOUT CHARGE. SO ft ALL
fuuoa nn sibii uio sisvivinil,
' ATTBND TO YOUB GOLDS -A ease of flTa years'
tandlng aurtd by PH. AMXSSB'B VBOTOBAL BVKUP.
11.,, ..,... Prrrsicaaa, Jaa. 11, 1800. .
' Br. Etrnra : My wife has been afflicted with a had
tough and difficulty of breathing, for fly or .IX year,
which , for seTeral year back, bad gradual ly increased la
tiolen. thcoomplaiatha been hereditary, sad lb
had bean treated by several physician without any ra
lief. Ia this slat of bar cas. I orooured soma of wtua
f ctoral Cough Syrup. I bought, tb first time, a ft
oant bottle, which reliered ber rery much ; I then called
sod got a dollar bettl, which cured ber atlrly, and
sua nas now no trao ei w lormer aisea, zept wab
Base. I would slao lilt that I need th medlela m.
self to a fold anH eonrh. Th medicin cured ma bw iai
log on do I opt my ollr sari.fartlon with th
mcdiein, and yea are at Ubsrty to publish this If yoa
M HV aV. I " , , I TT K. TT ILIVHi j.
i , j '; ' AUermaa filth Ward.
, u 'i ' i' ! Prrrtsckoa, Nor. W, 1858.
Da. KlTSER: AlthOUBk not aa adraaata of P.iant
meaicinee. ia reneral. it affords m nlaaaan ItadaMrlhs
bl to recommend your Peetoral Bvrno. . Aa a aiadlcina
It a well worthy the attention of any person ho may 1b
any manner be afflicted with oughs, 00 ids and hoarasnes
or say mna, ana lor tn neeallar auallnoatlens for re
asoning all that (Usag recall sensaUoa attending a e-
I har been, more or lest. In ay life, affected with the
severest of 00 Ids and boarseaess. At times my throat
would become so closed aa to nrcnnt mT sneak ine atvnra
wuupnr. Hi uj taauig a law boss 01 u aaot Byrup
aa reommnain Ula awdlcia, I mast nnhesltatlngly
Sly that it is tb best remedy I ever found, parponlni
g to
this
tjhiti h boot, nor boouiq aay
remedy for disc so prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully,, j
' aunsavii.JUiigs,
, .. Ouhwr Cillien.' Deposit Bank,
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, m" BiiuaaRiuB,u., March 11. 1RS9
' I har used Dr. Kevaar'a dnark H.rnn tor h.4
of several years standing, and can chaerfully say It is
w urn btvuicuiv tor we same mat a nav ever men.
. . .. . ,r . - . - v.w.yaioa.
COL. PRATT ANTJ Tjsx. WEYaiR'a Tnnaiv
BTJiUr Da. Knsia Dear Bin Bxauaa aha dai r
my uknowlcdglBg thazoellnc efyoar fectoratO.ugh
cVyrup aoooer. I take great plesaure la aay log that it la
ail yoa aay it to. iMhwekodtAt not out 0 my oovoA
and tb wtnt oae I was ever affllsted aith: I . bar not
aad more than out-half ol th bettl. and I can tad do
win mat an wno are amioted would give It as fair a trial
a I bar don, and tbay . will b proud to aay, "It Is no
quaca meaiein." 1 woaia not suffer another such an
attack for any oonalderajleu, or at any ooat. I am oon
fidantloan breathe more freer than lar. r 4IH I .h.n
always ackaowlodg. a debt f graurad for tn renting to
- lv 'j .uvwiwuiarv wwbtbibi
M4 wua ic.iu, mm jvh uiioa proper m. w. rllaTI.
-. maascnger uomrnca Ooandl, Flttrtmrgb, Pa.
PlUabargb, May lit lttlt. , " , 717! .
N. B I am bo straneer to m fallnw-IMta mmA .
wh entertain doubt can coniult me personally.
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". 1 Pirrcaraoa.inril 94.1817.
BJKAD TUB TRCTK-Db. Israa: . I ... . .wh.
wtlkoal beoeflt among them Aycr Cherry Pectoral
BTBCP, and before she had oant half a com ah was
relieved. Tb second bottle tared ber .ntiraly of her
Bunco. , ........ joHi Damn.
rwnniiwm nraai, 4SIIgBBy
Prrrcanaan. T,Mwni eji 'inn
A ORB AT CURB BT Dk. mtYKy.'i muithiit.
DABur. a uve in recoie wwnsnip, Allegheny county
I bad a ooughing and spitting, which csmmenved uout
vans v,i . r. .... . . .
uie iu 01 ceoruary isci, ana continued lgbt nt-mlhs. I
employed tb best nbrslclana in the fiaunlra. anil m
oough oeutlnued unabated antll early In October. At
m I wa aurisM (o try year rBCTOHAL COUGH
BY BUP, which I did, and after 1 bad taken ana antii. 1
wae entirely free from tb coughing and (pitting. I had
aeepairea 01 vr getuog well, end I ihlnk tt should be
anwwo uiat uie vaiuaou raoy win do for outers what
ii uamuaiui, .4 .. , WUUJI O. LITTLE.
Wltaeat-B. M. Ana. Peebles townhlB..
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i .. - ATTOV aT April lti 1657.
A WONDIRrUL CUKB Aa ... ' .14
neighbor of sain wa vary 111 with a bad Annan hfah
rry on supposed toboeonsumntion. Hi mati.M
eoto m uas o naa acea every rewwdy they heard of
wl K... . k.H.a . . I. u . . . ...
.hw., nwuii aa hvuct lami UH.Bia.ta ... 1 1
Taaaanaaari IB IM B4r IBT4S B (OBld BOt lit.. 1
had about lb third f a bom af you tHMoral Svran
aw 1 gar him, and It enure ly cared kirn, ta lb Um
Isbment of all What make. th. oae mar remarkable,
th extrem ag of tb man, be being aboutel.hty years
old. I bar no doubt th Peoteral eared bta in. ' .
1 -.1 ..-.-" ' nt 4...;.. , . . Tl
DB. UYBBB'l PI0TOEAL1 StUrTlt T at kTwul
TULB-n-Plaaa nd aa anothew sbbbIw mt 1
abl ' Pectoral Byrup." Almaat svarvuodn Vnaud ..
baa theoidndarlnaalrtna for "Dr.k.aaaria
eyrop." W bavWoldlta bottles but wk,andar
now entirely oat. Mr. A. Alter ad Mr. P. Maher, both
,
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"MOP THATOOTjaHWtl.'Wnow eti I do Ul8 Oo
?" n ?fl TW oawhiog perlodiif
in year, .ana we can. irom actual
Blalrsvl U, Pa 4 tell aa they wo. Id aor b without K
their families. In fact, all who aa It ape want fe
1 ' J, B, WATTXBMOlg At anr
Jaatuwy.30, iWai-i '. t i ... w .
s 1. . i - ii n 1 ,f-.-.-h--;t...4i inii'-
ASOTHIR KXW CBRTIrmATB ti ririmt.
PKCTOBAL BY BUP. I bad been Iro.h 1Z1 Ji , k . -I
and oold tor rasrel weeks o had waa it thai 1 14 A,
aivwp.1 auaii iu auvioa auu preaonptton from three of
t4VP UT.pewaicaana in as BIIV. BBSS B MnuS flam h. An
uu. .v av. A uuaii prooHraq BOUrS OI WOW FBtfal
Byrop, which ured m enUrely. . .BIsticxLi , ,UT
TO Liberty rtrM.PltmlMrb.V. j..oHla '
tally concur In th adviser's admonition as above. Bar wa
bar trld th Pectoral' In a most stuboora oareTiith
ntlretuccee. . VartwWtkgo we went to Pltislwrah,
with on of th moat dlstrataina. aoairar.. .n.k ."r
anbdaabl ooagha wa ever eipenenoed ttrto our advent
upon mis mundan sphere. W coughed stead lit and
laboriously for on whol week. In honec of Urinaii aauV
bat II waa a BO. , In Hot H aaemeA .h . k""'
proved by practlo. and to bar acquired trngtb,potn
ey and dUtrmUy by tb oparatkrar : iB tbl. liutvl
Hag, we ma (bed our way to Reyaer'a, HO Wood St.
fty ecai bottle of th "Pactaral, took It
aooordugtodirmittoratidlBfc noon Vr were
W'0 "rny tavlnrwoKry
rendered, after a brief but. ancqaal ooafllot with aa
formidable i an adversary a Keyser't famous "Oatig
raiilmal la, Dl4M1lia In Iffi Al . n . . . , -a wi"S
9kii, ,ii.i!autaaBW4t''-
BB. CBTSBB'B PIOTOBAt BYlitTl. I. ilJS ."a
aAlil h na fltnina II I aiiii.. "7 tT'T
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.M-.. auia vaspeouuenoi tne Oolloouv
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JAB. M. M'KSB. '
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Xl aad Retail, PINS ST 8TAPLB flHOOBKIII.
PUODIt, BALTiTBA, OMrrBB, BUtJAR, TOBAOCO,
8K3ARH. Etc .ItC. Our Stock k..lJ7. .r. '
4u'' twW z:,':
ourmsln mdeaTor will be to-tfrcr tadosBeabl IS
CXM which in aot (h t.
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Tri Weekly, per iter.
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The Great Peril
BY JOSEPH BARBER.
Qodkocp oar heads frrra fratrtoUalwarl'' -1
B Ihlc each day each Christian freeman's prsy.r; . .
If th (real mod which mad as what ws ar
, Must needs tc torn nd dven to Uie sir,
i Xet Uta not, at lea, ocA oOcr tear. !l
. Why, If In unity we may aot dwell, a ...
Should Stat ob eta: with murderous purpoa glare,
- And, wbllt crowned tyrants aad with raptor yell,
Btrlk wltb opposing swords tb Union's final knell?
'J; .-.'" "
Shall wt, swam priest of Freedom, on and all,
Char gad with her oraclea for all mankind, ,
Before ber abrln ta bloody buffets fall,
And taint wiih tore kcr altera, ollve-rwlnedt '
. No; eliould those part whom Ojd with blessings Joiaid,
. ..a. wiaj mw. am, ira m vim parunf poBrea 1
And sigh., not shriek., be born upon the wind: -:
l Let oe not ebsmc oar Past with deeds abhorred,
I Let aot out ftordlan knot be UDdred by the sword'
i ' , . " .... i .. ,.l .,. .
Wo to th wretch If such a wretch there ha
. ' Clothed with "the spirit of the fir, t born Cain."' .
! Whoa band, la faction strire. on any plea, '
I ' I urm na vjup vi aAOurca BIOOU snail StMO
, for of that drop aould oom. a xUbob rain. -
And of that rain a dlug. k'ar and wide ,
' Bet reaaoa about her shibboleth refralnl"
lor should the angel from their maosiori glide, .
i Ihy eoald aot, tne began, arrest lb fratricide.
'. Th sunderingof people Is an aol: , ..
- If done at all, that should ce calmly dons.
' To rend isAUTtbeUnnn's solemn pact.
Is nab t deed ss Lucifer might shun.
: Our oouraa has been majeatlrally run, i : I
i ' AnV Sjmeihlog yet to decency la due, ,..'(-
And to the mouldering bones of Washingtonl
. Shall w with bloody hands his work undo,
Making his hopes a Jest, his boding fears too trus'
Ooe sober second thought! Tl aot to lata , m
' To ear the nation from thiadamolng sin,
Tkougk Bewolotioa thunder at th gate, ' ' " '
AadaadextranlsUbld lb monster In.
; Bar w bo lor of ovaotiy and of kin, -
Kopildc, no dignity, no tens of shams 1 .
Though til th future beckon, a. to win, '
, Shall we teaoonoa, before tb world, oar claim . '
Aad rue, amid its Jst, lb fabrlj of oar famsl s
' aaaaa.
A College Yarn.
One night, si my friend P and mrgelf
who were both undent at old Yale, were oat
taking a little alk around the city, we found
ourielTr.t a late boar of the night before the
door or a well known grocer br the name of
Snip. . -' :w'i ,.i... ...
"Stop amoment.y saldP turning and
gaslog at Snip s faocy sign that was swinging
to and fro in the brerge.
What's op V . I aeked, after P had
ejed It lomewhit eontemplatiTtlr.
. 4,NotbiDg partloolar, Bob," laid he: 'Iu.t
giro me e UtUe boUl here, end I'll bring that
Y'"""' 444 uuumw quioa nme. - i oat Bnip
Is a iconodrel, for be meaented m hin tui.
mornlngj when J refined to pay It, bo threaten
ed to inform the tutor.
No sooner aaked than received; the sign was
down and we were off in triumph. Suddenly a
winnow waa openea, ana oat popped the head
of Snip, crying:' . , , . r ;i ,
' 'Bring that bick, yoi infernal young . r 11-
latai! Bring that back; now, mind I tell you."
Wo aniwer was returned, but a ipeoimea of
wi4 waiamg wok piace. .. yve were eoon In
our rooms and the door locked." anri th. .n.f...
log prise before nt, for we had still huoe on to it
like grim death. By the aid of an axe that bap
pened to be at hand, it was soon reduoed to
pieceo remarkably adapted to the atore. Into
wbieb tt wae disappearing as fast ai lime would
permit, i Ere It oaned from aioht ...
denly etertled by the oantiout Uead of two Der
eons apparently nearing our door. The stepeof
.owgui.cu n unmoor our tutor, and the
vuiwr ww warej ricntir enniantnrinir K.inn.j
thai lata,- ...t .Ct
w y.F"u- ui iae reno around u..
Here was a fix for na to ha In. rnnnnh r .i..
- - MUWU.U VI UB
alaM Mm.!.. .4 4. . . . .
-'"" wunoi, ana no piece in whloh
eonoeal It. .
Rap, rap, rap was soundinir at th rlnne , r
gare myself up to fate, and was about to go and
open the door, when I was arrested by the Toice
exclaiming In the most solemn tones
imaglsable: - - .
'From ererlanlog to orerlAstlng art thou, oh.
Lord of hosts," ' , , .
TuraiDg around In astoniafi flmnt'' f hit. Plants
my friend on bis knees engaged lo prayer. . .
a
for
1 no outelders were aridnnti mni.k. ..
further atUck was made on the door. Snip's
confidence ae to the preolte IniHrldual. was
doubileu shaken in tome degree. Iu the mean
time I tOOk the hint and Want tn nillnai l .k.
ilgn with a vengeance. P i- .nun out tha
prayer till the latt Diece waa riiiri tn .hu
and then railing his voice to a high key, fin-
lahewt ntV attrh .k. ...... i . . D ,
Ana, on, bare meroy upon thli wicked and
. -aarwao uio T I laa. (714 (A 11 VI
adulterous generation, who go about ietkiDg tor
sign, but .ball hare bo sign given tbem.
Amen." - ..iw... .
I nil laat renewed th.. anal .in. am v.
' - . y.v.wa v. IU. VUI
siaers, and the . knooklig - was repeated. Wo
uprneu we aoor, tney tmtered, end after a ml
eute i leerch in ever; oorner they gave It up aad
k w ereDOt "gnll'y ones. Btill, I
'" ", b our vtoum uuappeirtd, bit laat
Saw lururu uoti wuwuily toward .our atova.
From the Waco (Texas) Gazette.
Effects of Secession—Letter from Judge Lyon,
of South Carolina, to a Friend in Texas.
1 The followlxifir Utter from InActm RftKAW-i T.tatn
axtf alkivll- "e- : rr ' " aO". jvu,
wa awuvTiiifj voorv coiue. oontn cuyiI n-v.
naaaalra. . , . "
LVMavai avraT ItOVAl I 1 ' ' '
tho
ABBEVILLE C. H., Jan. 24, 1861.
Dkab Sit: I desire VOa ta DMnrJtB fnm ink
u wcuu ui matt, a leiaa ctlmanani ... Hiai
months since, I felt perfeoUy willing to remain
la South Carolina: but 1 can remain h
longer. At tne election or Lincoln we all ielt
mat we must resist- In this move I placed my.
self amount the foremost, and an .m. a.,J..
mined to resist him to the bitter tad' I bad my
misgivings at first of tbe ldsa of enar.tai
oeeeiod, bat thought it woald be but Iota ahort
time, and at tmalT coit. In this matter, together
With thouiands of other Carolinian, i v....
been m etaken. Everything U in the wildest
commotion. ' Mr bottom . land on Long Cane,
for which I could have gotten $30 per acre, I
nowi cannot sell at any price. ,All out young
men nearly are in and . around Charleston
Thither we have sent manv hnnrirH r n.
negroes (I have sent twenty) to workv - CrOpc
wero vy short last year, and It does now seem
that nothing wll) be planted this ooaing tea
sou.'' i '
, : All are excited to the hlphoat htinK a.j .
thought of the future Is taken. Mauvnr.r.
running here tnd there, wltb and without tha
r . T . " " uu oney. a loreea
tax Is levied upon every man. ; I have forniihed
t) last turplut dollar I have. I had about
KrMCX " "D5; . ' I - k for
iu,ww,iaeu xo.uuv, tpea the remainder.' It
la mow estimate that we are spending $85 000
per day, and no prospect of getting over these
times. It wis our full uodettuuding when we
weu vut oi uej union, mat wo ahouid bare a
now government oi ail tne southern States.
uuf object was to bring about a rolsion
With1 the authorities st Washington, which all
thought would make all join us. Althooeh we
have sought such oollition ia every wav. wa
k... ... V.J . aL. . . ' - f
" " ' "xui, in tne prospect is
very distant. ' ' . ,i tr
Iwitntthe Almanac, In ordet ta set) what
pa-, oi a exat may toil me. i will laeed about
a thousand scree of good land. ' tMy foree rs ta
weaslng; my young negroes are- eomrog on.' - r
cm Send to the field about 65, big and little. ' I
shallgmake no cropla-e this year. I shall start
my negroes from here to John . Brownies, at
Shrtviport, about the first of April. I will
leave my lands here to grow ap In pints. When
we all get to Sbreveoort. Joha Brown)
he Will go with me all over Texas. I cannot
live here, sod must get sway.'i Many are leav
ing eow; at leaat 10.U00 neeroee Jiave Lata i
ready ,'and before long one third of tho wealth
of Booth Carolina will be la thWwatv I dev
sire) you to look around snd help ma get a home. I
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ROBERT LYON.
The Impending Evacuation of Fort Sumter—
"Is Anybody Hurt?"
, Who oould bve toppoeed, three days ago,
that the ' firtt movement in the "eoforoemeol
of the lews," ruder "Honest Abe Lincoln's"
admlnlttratlen, would bo the evacuation of
Pert Homier, and too abandonment of that bit
of government property to the rebels of Booth
Carolina and her confederate States! ; No maa
eoald have dreamed of aueh a thine-. Mr. Lin.
color In Bis , Inaugural, however, left the back
door open, la hie declaration that ia tho execu
tion of tne laws he would have to act aooording
to "clroamitaacee."
It appeart, too. that all the "oiroumiUncea"
touchlnif tho relnforeement or relief of Fort
Banner, aroageJnet him. The approach et to
that work from the aea are lined with: hoatila
batteries on both aider, fully equipped foraotiou,
to lay notmoK ot tne mounter nuatlDf battery
prepared for a tilt with Major Anderson at cloae
qaartera. A land foroo of ten thousand men
wonld probably bo needed to ooen the war for
..-..11..:.. ..V.- . . r 'mif .
an. iviictiuk buid to ina iort. i nic lores tns
administration could not brine tog-ether within
a month, under tho "clrcumiteneei" la which It
Ii placed, and meantime Sumter ia i-ettlne ahort
of provision, and if not supplied within fifteen
days, the peculiar "clrcumetaocet" of starvation
will reduce the little garrison to a inrrender.
11 10 en esieoitebed feet In military selanee
was a amait aetaenmeut oi tne braveit men,
with empty stomachs, cannot lone hold out. even
behind Impregnable atone walls, againtt an
overwhelming beloagueriog force In tho enjoy
ment of three good mealt a day. Gen. Scott,
the ripest soldier and the best military authori
ty of the age, has perhaps been Imprening this
Important fact upon Mr. Lincoln and hia Cab
Iset. ...... .
The cue, then, Is pressing. If the fort cannot be
relieved, ttbe administration" must chooee be
tween the abandonment of Major Anderson to
his fate or his withdrawal from the place. To
withdraw him after all tha magnificent flour
ishes tnd vainglorious republican boastings of
uio am i- poney or proving that "we nave a
government," will besomewhat humiliating to
tucb fighting men at Horace Oreeley, Giddiogt,
Chase, the Blalrs, Somoer and Senator Cbaud
ler; but to leave Anderson to the chances of
starvation and the mercy of the South Carolina
fire-eaters would be a bunting and luting die
grace to the administration. Under all the
"circumatancea" of the case, then, the only al
ternative to President Lincoln is the abandon
ment of Fort Sumter to the custody of President
Jefferson Davis.
There ia a world of difference between talk
ing and acting. It was an easy matter for our
republican ore-ana and lodienant natrlota to de
nounce Mr. Buchanan as a coward, a traitor, a
timid old dotard, an old granny afraid of his
own shadow, and to say that without difficulty
ne mignt nave tnrown relnforoemtntt end sup
plies into Fort Sumter: that he oueht to have
none it at au niztras ana regard ese of coita.
ana mat ne ougnt to nave arrested those Booth
Carolina treaty commltaionera as traitors, and
that "Honest Abe Lincoln" would soon make
these traitors sod rebele understand that we
have a government; but "Old Abe," when In
vetted with the responiibillty, seems to come to
pretty much the aame way of thinking: as "Old
Buck," to wit, that "circumatancea" must be
considered. Hence Mr. Lincoln begins to tns
peet that thle legacy of Fort Sumter it not worth
holding; and tbat when a pieoe of federal prop
erty hat ceased to be of any earthly value lo
toe government, i. is inexpedient to plscge into
ttvu war hi rcuHU u, . .
After the marvelous escspe'.by the light of the
moon of Abraham Lincoln from Harriaburo-.
lurougu tne imaginary uneoi soutoern eonspir
atom, invent upon cuiune mm on tram waah.
ington, Senator Wietail. of Texas, cave It aa
hie opinion that there would be no war; that a
rresiaent eiect wno, in a scotch cap and a long
military cloak, conld thus slip through the fin
gers of bis enemies, must he a man of peace,
auu not man woo caa iook on oiood and car
nage with composure." We now tuipeot that
mo i nss oenator was more man naif r eht-
for even that terrible fiehtlcsr man. Gr !.-. ia
apologizing fortho expected evacuation of Fort
Sumter. We have been urging this very thing
some time, as a step demanded bv everv
consideration of peace and oommon lento; and
when thle administration beeim.to act tennd.
Ingly, there It etill some hope for the country.
5
N. Y. Herald. .
From the Charleston Courier.
But Two Postmasters and Four Collectors in
72 years.
There have been but two Poatmutera tn'tha
city of Charleston since the daye of Waahino:
uu. vcit . v BBuiDaTvan BDDOiniee. mr. Hamt in
1797, wboeerved antll bit death, when the
present Incumbent, Mr. Hager (prooonooed
Ugor) waeappoiutedby Mi. Monroe. Mr Soger
Is now over 70 yeara of age of Huguenot blood
a gentclman of commanding and venerable
appearance, about 6 feet high, well proportioned,
fine Roman face, full head of hair and aa white
aa enow, Hoe blaca eyes, heavy eyebrows, very
erect, and one of the most high-toned gentle
men ia all our city. .One peculiar trait ha ha.
and tbat la he Is remarkably fond of tho com
pany oi young pereonsj and whilst they ehow
great aererenoe to mm, no one, however youni
1 al all cramped In his society. In many re
speots be greatly reeemblea the late Gov.
or your State, r ; i . . t
t.We have never had at this oort but foor Col.
leotors of the Customs since the formation of
United States, and ooe of the Collectors died
eoon after being appointed; eo, yon see, that
Carolinians do not ehow the same fondneaa for
Government tit ae is the wont-of man r
your United State. Thle doee not look much
otnoe seeaing. ' i-na..;.- -
, , PRICKS KIDUCKD
!. froai the New kork Observer. 1
AlkllaarU manufartnvlna rVwtn. M.i-kl .nk.
m nsy Mr. Hnw a Uoanaa aanh auakua au.
are ait compelled to make return to blai, Under
at to thenumber told, his book give aenrreotctat-
mao. rroaa uu reaaoie sou roe are nave obtained th
following statietio. Of th maoblne made In tbe year
tkerawere old, . n i
By Wheeler A Wlloa.. ...S1.3nS :
1 " I. M. BlDjrer A Co ...-H).U
i.ui; i - Orover A Baker 10,) ' '
BhowlDg th stltt of Wheeler A Wilson to bt ttouMt
Awarded th. highest premium-at fit
, United State fair of 1858, loot and lSoO: ' " '
'.also at th -., : ,-.i...': ..
, Ohio Btat tain of 1RS8 and UMf i . I - -!
ted at nearly all th Oounty fain ia tb Sat. . i
Our prides, at I ha late reduction, ore a lot. a arty
tick auachlB now sold, and bat a trine higher than
Interior two ttreool cAoe M6t machliu. now
foroed anon the market. ; a
rib WHBBLBB A WILSON MAOniSB makes th
Bticb the only e he which cannot bemreled.. It
Aua ob Bon Sinaawf th goods, leaving no rdg or
thainonih wader lUi. i . , , .....
All machine varanti I year,, cWMi i.tsi wtrtj
la their us, fro of ohan. . .
, ... , - B. CHART, 81 High St., Colombo. A.
WM. UTIMNBH a- cn
derS-flswdJtw6ai . f lk's Opa House, Cbwnnatl.
,
.
:
New
Kid
i
. '
is" ntfiHT KtEntEa, ;;..,
ef Phalon! Istablitbment, R. X.,) foprUtora
new term rasaionatii enaytng, Hair Catting
BhampoOBlag, Ourilagand Dressing Saloon, last State
street, over the Poet OBI, where eatitfaotma will
given In all th rarloua branchaa. Laa-io ..4
wnieaiva auir Aievaemg uouai in tn DC II style.
.Lii I . i . i . a, . .. . . . . . ... .
TTtartCT UK EN AND SILK FANH IN
- tS StVll iRIbbon ttounrl . S-.tan.!.. ...A I..
Pans Bl ' SHU'S '
airoiv' - . Wa. BtBowth Ultk ctraa
oi,iF.r n ii. i. miRTi.
All si aad qualities; aura BOV8! BIRTS of
superior aaake, lor le by 1
BAIN A SON.
bvB
To. W Booth Hlrh t.wt.
BIaACK ITRAW BONNETS Aft DEL.
fiat Ribbons, la great variety at BAIN'S,
... No. aHighiirett;
B
XT
caied
Bl Alt'
JTEP.I
Hum
CM ?lF-.4..J.-il
IM
.'i .-..i.;i:,7 ft" : IitTftJ! tv'
DDY GOODfl
,i vl
'.I I
' ' iJt. ft i .fine
rcrjAPP: i ooo
NEW STOEE.
. :-t-
From aad after this data we ahaU
v aa t.y.'i.-1
REDUCE THE .PIUCE
OF OUR WINTER G00D3
rmtm five m ceot,
IIS OBOKB TO MAKB BOOM fOB ODB
SPRING STOCK
mmwm..
GREAT'
Our assortment is still good,
and it is known to every ','-
i. one that our :'i 'ii" ., hit
took:
C0SSIST1 or
FIRST
CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL, , -
80 DO NOT FORGET THE .
CHEAP STORE OF .
K N A P P & on
NO. 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET,;
ooiaxraCBTTo.
BUIS
Tana of Fealbera aad 50
Ravg-e Waa ted.
oct25-eawd-Atw-6a
Toae of
Our Onio.Md, (7rvsr.rms, JnMu. .,
2roat Mit th Bavktnm X4
In ContmnpUon. tronJktitU. AtiZ
ma, and Catarrh, C'Uartmd ait
STT-rap ft, t4 XXV of " '
PUata.lu EAKKWU, '
few are aware of th. importance of cbeckJne a flaa.r.
r "Oommon Cold" la It Aretitatr; that which la lb
beginning would yield te a mild remedy. If a et lacteal
attack tb lungs- "rotcn'i Bronchial TncJLmm
. -. M.nu.., bahev awuamsmre aava
BroaobiallrriUUon. .,, '
BBOWS'fll "That troubl la my Throat, (for whjob
th 'THwAas'trc aspacigol bavin made wm
TEOOBES often a asra whisperer.'' mma "
Is r. WTLLia.
"I reootamend their a tt foaue teruar-
BROWN'S
TBO0B18
V -OBAPilf. ' ; ' '
"Have nnrad - - ...
BROWIf'B
Toaawa.."
BKri HlHBT WABB) ttBOBBli- 'l
"Almwt Instant nlmf ua tha - . - .
TBOCHXS
Itbor of braatnin paoalwr to Armxt." "
BEOWB'S
... , , ' aav. a. . aaat,aSIOV '
"Contain no Opium at aatthiaa lmH
TB0CB1S
out." SB. A A. HAiBs." -
a CiSK&tti ' itBrWBstfwaVV -J'
A tlmpl and pleasant twt Mnatlaii for
BBOWTTB
Cooeaa, fc..'
TKOCnEB
BB. 0. 1. BIQILOW. ,
notion. '
"BeneacuJ la BaoBoamg." 1 - .. t: , . ,J
, . .. . Itlt. 4. .''.JJ2?.a ;!
bl have proved them excel kal log Waoof. a 't-
rauocofl.
" '' AXT.H.fr. VAiastr,-! J-''
"BeneAeial when aonaIl4 t Aft'- '
BROWN'S
T&O0DS8
SBOWN'B
IROCnsB
BROWH'B
rexisg from Colb." . ..!rriT,Ai.ii
TROCHES
mv. a. r. i. Ajrjptasow, ..
. ' VI Louit. ' '
XrrBCTTIAI. ia Marina - .
BROWN'S
IrriUUon ef the Thrrat. an mJTSTt ' '
i8iW4U(aMJidBmaB.H . ' .. TzT r v
TROfjHXs
Pref. siAOT ivmor ,- U.M
la Orang. Ga.,
Teacher of Mnsio.aiara -..
. .A'lsaatt Coilcg.
OreaAlvawfltwaataaabefbre
BROWN'S
TR0CB1B
BROWN'S
preaohlog, ss they pre sal HoareetMss. traaa
tbeir Ps effect, t think they will a ef , : 1
IUUUHBB maBMBt advantaaa ta i
At. a. Tt
I KkV.W. aWiBrTTrtr i ir . nv-!i
BHOWlOS; - . Prcalden t of Athena Oo'lb-.. .
j . . . - j - . m-9 -. utJ-
TROCHES. JEFBold hyall Drngglsta at. TWBNTT-1
BOBXRTB A BAMCBL. --. -e tt,
: ' Drargista, S4 Kortb HlAtiswet'' u-i.'!-.'.'
B.1.BAM0UL00m. i ru
i .. a anil. ni.. a n.,-.Ll '1 r
anr7odlBt
- - , .avvaAuaAV,
e, I, I M.AiV .
ladiea linen Pocket-Eajadk'fi.
HEBnEDSflTCHEDLIJfEri HAItA
kerchlefe, very wide hem. ,i , ,. t. . .
amDroldcred Llnea Handk't all prtca.
Hemmed gtltobedaad plant do, do. -
do . do . ; oolored border;
Mourning do black border
do- . do.- i. SMrwatyascromatitcb
tiOniUvo
am jippieao new pattern. . ,, ; ( .. .,
Ml. .1 Ut.I. ..A IT. I Dill... i 4. - ' i. I I-" 1 '
" ' iwaawi vuwumi ail pnc.
Comnriiln the most seleot aaortaantln Ik. .u. .a n ,
,.'"?,,P,ic" - B! A SON. iT
febShl
no. av Booth High Street. " " '
' f i :fi.
!' ' -!-.: - JOBS I-nillil-a.'; ,4-'n e-i"
AGENT rOR nORIE,OONTIrErTAl.,;l
BBcoarrr, and Iavuea lias In. Oo .
Toa! MaaxtLAirrai and Orrvfmao 3rreao,"''i'J'
foaa LiraandOoira. Move Ln. jfaed"
VIIIOO. Bl lllfrh RS.. ttawm.-.ta s
4H4lm ''' '- v. ,. ,T"r.-s.irriw t nu.'e.
1 Alexandre's Kid GIotcs. t
PLAIN ANDEnBBTDEREnmill'.'l l
ttUalTAIHB aad regaiar akape Black b Id 0 lorn .
Glove. Mrsce KldOIr A (CMsplet aaestn
leMacstevratea uiovca Biway ror sale by
. .. -. a.Tu A ii... 2
fb8t ' No. tSSoath Blrhntrrt,
HEHHIrVef HERB IJtG 1 1-30 able.-'- n'i
No. 1 Pkkied Herrlnt In store, for Ml by
. AtoiiB A KSBrlEACX.
tolW .. ., , ... 34, Nwrtbillg etrtet.; ifc's'i
lira triad leal Pnrpoeea.it .
PCM BBANDPUI. WI!gS, CORDIALS, AND HIT '
T,trom Bonded Wtrebout " ,. -.a
WM. McOONAT.D, " ' '''"''1
evVff , V IO South byh snwi.1 ici
MALTESE A TIIKE AD LACE (WITT., ."'-- 1
of .legant Qualltia. rot Ladiea; tlta, Kinr,' J';lt ;
great variety ' BAutS. '
TIEARb STARCII, '
1.500 lb. Madison. Watt A Cn'a nan. ..&...!-
Pearl S larch, a superior article, rmelrH ta a lor
toraawep MsABSA AA3T1AA(. t,
ecm M Bmtesntaa BauidUut
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