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COLUMBUS:" OHIO:
MARCH 15; 1861.
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NEfOTtiS
.FllIDAY'EYENING;:
DAILY, TKI-WEHLY AND WZEZIT
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
MI Bill H) Bl .AVSFBOFBIITOBP,
I, i . . . ' . . . .
ITOffiM Hoi. 80, 88 to! 40, Korth High ft.
Titiita intariabi.t ts atahov 'C'!t
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Daily - - 8 00 ptTjfX-
" y iDAjrriM, per wmk, U) ttnts.
erinw ot Advertising hr qnre
nt iqUarl 1 yi . . . $M 00
On " . mot (in, 18 00
Unt " 0 monthi IS 00
)nr " 3 mont.ii 10 00
Jik ' month! ' 8 00
;nt I month. i 00
One aauara 9 weeki. . t4 00
On f i weeki.. 3 0
On " 1 week... 1 7S
One " tdayi... 1 00
One " Sdayi... 75
On ' " 1 Intertlon 60
Diaplaytd KlTertlninenU htlf molt thta lta abor
ratet. . .ie ' i i i'
AdreitUementi lciilfd nd placed In th solnaaof
Hociai Notlcai," aouou im ordinary ram.
All uotioei reqalrec to be nubliihedby Uw, legal nleft
II onlered en the inline excluiiYely titer toe omnM
per cent, more than the ebore relet; bat til nob, wll
tppetr in tne xn-rreeiciy witnontentrge.
VaflMaiOtrds,notexeeedln( Are Unci, perjretr, ln
1 de. 'i M mi line: oattlde U'i.
Notice, of .roeetieff, charitable! octftlei, ire lomptnlet,
h.tt.. h&lf nrlre.
All tnuutetrf admrUttnunk muH bt jwM
Uimrme tio rule will not be Ttrte fna. - '
Weekly, lame price tithe Dally, where the tdrertlMi
. tei the Weekly tlone. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
are both atcd, then the charge lwlhe Weekly will b
nil' the raid of the Dally
No adrertliement taken exoept for a definite period.
I
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE, BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring & Water SU. '
W. B. POTTS & CO,
MAOHINISTD,
And llanortctaren of Brut and Competition Oullngt,
rinlihca ureal rrork ot all uttcriptioni.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
feblHMMly . " " " .
F. A. B. 8DIZIK8,
Attorney txt IjO-xtC"
1 AND NOTARY PUBLIC. . . -Offlce
AujIhi Building, oppoilt Oapltol Square.
0OLTJM3TJ8. OHIO
OOXjT71VIX3T7S
Machine M an u factoring Company
IF--'
STEAM ENGINES . & BOILERS,
Catting, MUl-0aTlng, IbMhlnny.
alio,
H. ailro cuZL ' T&Vifl
J oi itiki DKCairnoii. . . H
, , " '., , COLDBCa, OHIO..
OHAg. AMnOS, Bap'l ' 1 1. AMBOB.jTreat.
deell, IHSH-tf
i .. i - i..u t - re
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Throngh to Indl anaoolii without Change of Cars
and but Que Changs of Can between ..
i Columbus and St. Louis, i -j,
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM C0LUM-
, 'BUS. . ,
C.
.' - FIRSTTRAIN.
v (Dally, MotdaTiexoepted.)
NIGHT XXFKK8B, via Day ten, it S: a. m., Hop
ping at London, Xenia, Daytcn, Utddletown and Bamfl
ton,arrlnogat0lnclnnatlatS:20a. m.; Dayton at 5:43
a. m., Indieaopelll tl W:3 t. m,). Julet 11-60
F'"'.tr' ;; ; second train. ;.l
ACCOMMODATION, tt :10t.m.,itoprlngat all 81a
lion, between Oolnmbai tnd Olnclrnittl tnd Dayton, ar
firing at Otndtrnatt 11:01 a. m., Dayton at 9:15 a. m.,
Indlanopolti af 8;S8p. m.
:
v, THIRD TRAIN. ; v , . !
SAT XPEK88, at S:30 p. m., Hopping at Alton,
Jefferton. London, Charlmton. Cedarrille, Xenia.
Spring Ttlley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, Foeter'a
Loreltnd, UUIfordtnd lalnTllla, trrlTlag at Olneia
natl at 7.-S0 p. m.J St. toult tt 18 m; Dayton at 5:33 p.
m.; iDdltnepoiitat 10:30 p. m. . . ' f;
leepinir Cars all Nlrht Train t
CiatTlanrntl ana Indlunapella. ...
BAOQAOG CHECKED THttOCOn,
for further IrformtUoa tnd Through Ticket tpptyfo
H. L. DOHKETT, -
.Tkket Agent, Unloa Depot, Oolumhua, Ohio.
T
. W. WOODWAKD,
M-iv ,riul' Sdperlntendent, Olnefnnad,
.,v..n..i .,1 ( . JM0.W. DOBBUr
jnlS Agent, Oolambaa,
1
"holidays.
..-.j,..,.. rANClES. ..y .,
Such aruiWiai yea dWr for your HTJ8B AND i.-.
Such u job nnd for jour Will - ' . ,: . , i,-achaiueprep-for
your DADanTBR, .. . .;. ,
Buchaiyotr BISTER will frali jot for. . i
Such u year BROIBXR eatm ... .......
Bach M roa van tat " TBI ONI YOU L0TB BEST.'
Bach m will bt good for the" BLISSBD BABT." :'
Such ti all left for, 1 i! ' ' ' ' "",(,-
Mar be found In rtrlety. In my new itock of
WATCUE8, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
, , PLATED 'GOOtoS,'' ,
And general amortirient'of'1 '',l " '' " ' " .
. .WM.- BLYNIT,
Hi, to Backeya fllaekv
Becemnr. I860. . ' " . ' "
" ", jaitBewiT Bdj;".
iaa nr. en omeew ana. black
IUUtkAS tOO bagi prime Bio Oonee.
lAOpocketaohi Dutch Oorenuawnt Jara Cofft. '
IfbagtOtyloa Oeffe. . ...v., '
BOObhla. itandard Whit lugtn, oonilitlng of Pow
' ' 4 red, Ohruahed, emulated A and B Coffee. "
50 .ulatale Oeorge Bank Oodfiah. tut .iSrii
80 bbla. Heae and No. 1 Mackerel. ;'.' i
5 law Wok SlaM.i.H -i''i;"w t " "" ' :
100 bx. Layee Kaiilni.ac , 1 i i , 'v'l
' . ftOhf. Via do .... d
100r.bo4 - d- ?
100 M Olgara, different brandi tnd findei. " :
uotTJ Wat. MCDONALD-
1
be
M. C. LILLCY A
An4 .Blank-Book Kanttfanturer, :
vobth axaa nun, coluiuub, oeqo
Th
tnd
tta
TtrniTU WHEAT, BatAriltEB
.-BNOWI'LAKB,"-.-
f ram " Barnttt Mllli," Sprlngneld, 0. the but brand of
Vloarbrewiht to ear market. Bati.iaenon guaranwea.
loraaleonlyat - ., , WM. McDON ALD 8,
IQH South High atreot. J
t tA IIIVW"!
. . v Mvaflaiw.
J CltlMSZRtl,
l. UttE.se KiLBkB, and au
kladl of Swhl"Bahie ; i 1 ;) , '( n :J
jWintw Breea Good. ( J (j
W kr tow oHeruig M yerji low orlce. ' p -
, nun oaii.f
llSI.
' a 1 1 '
' fatal Illafcltreet,'
y
V-
W
,
! STONE'S BAZAAR.
!NTo. 4 Ghwnne i Block.
A. P. ' STONE & O'HARRi
A BEWOtrKECEITINOTHEIB WIN.
tX. IRK OOODfl, and Invite the public to lnipeet
tiium. no men hook ei uooai na erer seen DTonjnt te
thh) market. The South. In eoneequenc of the ftllur
of in grain erop, hat not been able to purehate the of
ual quantity or richgoodt, tnd UU raot hit forced the
Importer! to tell them at publlo auction. Oar buyer
(Mr. Stone) being la New York at Iheae large la lea, took
advantage of them, and we can and will tell oar geodi
lure, tt leat then any one who pnfehaeed two week! ilnoe,
paid for them In New York. Oar ttock li complete In
Trj department of ... ,,. if,
ELEGANT DRESS 8ILK8, ' '
OTTOMAN VELOURS, '
3 'i BROCHE VAtENCIAS, ' '
. " - PRINTED MEEINOS, . '
r 1 ' ' p PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED COBUGBi
BLACK ALPACAS, ..
unitfiAna, ,
1 ' , FANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
" '' POPLINS, PRINTS,
1 ' ' DELAINES.
SHAWLS AMD CL0AKS1
Five Thausand. Dollars .Worth :
Bought in One Day,
At n halt the Coat ml Impoitatlon,
LADIES' , FURS,
! all Varieties, ! the Celebrated
lrianTJfatnre of C. G. Onn
there 4c San.
ffOSERY' DEPARTMENT,
Men'l.taillei tad Children 'I Voder Shlrlt and Drawer):
Ladltt, el I tee, and Ohllilren'e Boklery of til kindt, In
Wool tnd Lamb'l Wool: Heecy Lined and Cotton Olove
oi erery male.' '
, 1 . . r . : ALIO- .
A complete assortment of all the niual varli
Uei Of '; ;.- . .. . -..:
LADIES' CLOTHS, ;
CAS9IMERES,
; OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS.
(LAWWrJLo,
. RIBBONS,
... , DRESS TRIMMINGS,
ladies andQent'i linen Cambrio Hani
kerchieft, fto., &e. ; , , ; , .
T penoni who call on ni, we Dlelre oar wordi to
how them the Itrgeit, belt and cheapest Hock of Qoodi
rrer teen in inu mtrtei, or pay tnemoo dollar per
or woiiv lovaing. .....
aeei-diyxtaeltw. BTONI k OH ARK A
OHIO STATESMAN
i HOTJSS,
Nos. 36, 38 & 40, North High St.
STIllINTl
INCREASED FACILITIES I
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
NEW: BUILDING,
1 HAVE :
. MY
BOOK J. JOB DEPARTMENT!
I WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN '
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT
: ' with ' ; ,
New ;. Types, Borders, Ornaments &c
' rSOM THB OIUBBATXS I0UJJDBT Of "
T. WHITE 4 CO., SEW YORK,
! . - . TBXB HASIBa IX XB1 - . 1
Most Complete '.' Establishment
in thb , city. :
II ' ILL .
I tm Bow prepand to Exmte all Ordirs for
BOOK AND JOB
PJRICLSTTIISrGh,
VV TH DISPATCH!
And In til Host ApproTid Stylo of the Art1,'
FABTICULAB ATTBNTIOIf PAID 10
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
. I ; . . i. .
BIMe af Lading-, Clrcnlart,
.Bill Heeds, Blank, Deeda,
i veriiiieaiee Ateeeipte,
I Draf TicKeta, Ueg-ietere,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN, COLORS,
CHECKS, .,i n .B0TI8, ' ...i v
; CARDS, : . EIVSLOPES,
j ' HXASERGS, ., . COSIRACTS.
IUnstrated Show Bills,
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, ;
Show Sills, Hand. Bills, labels, Concert Pro-
rrammee, oenooi ana couan Benemes,
tl Bills of fare, Inntatiena, .;.,'
OP EVERY. PEgORIPTJONi 't
foheol and OollCaUloVnos, , . '
, VisMilaneova wnphjata, I v.Uk
1 Constitutions, Reports. Brief, As
i i i , ii ii I , i 1 1 t a
Prijitins:',Lu Gold -and Colon
JP O 13 T-J3 n J9
" frlntti la Itt Color "o a
IlaminotkH
Tl only rrets of th Wnd in Central Ohio,: :
Me fadllUea for dolnc any and tl) ef th ihoTa deaf
bom or work, are now unaajpaaeea, aaa aauuaouoa w
gatrantoed in all oaeea.
IT7AU work forhiahod promptly by th
' P6ttlMlje
TINS.
' BIOHABD V
Gh1. OOLDBN HILl'sHIRTS,'' - ': "
' f GOLDEN HILL 8H1KTS. ' s !
pattern ef Ihet ehlrti are sew.-' The Bodtef , Totei,
leer and bofcm art formed te fit the pereon with eaie
aomfort. The mark pea each en deihjntting tb
may be relied en a beln g eomet, and each alilrt tl
guaranteed -well made. ,A roll llookof ill qntlltlet
conatantlj for 111 o.J,l!'l!'1"
notS4. Ho. 89Boalh High itreet.
j : Watches, and , Jewelry,
AaTINBI ABSOHTMEWT Of WATOII
at, Olockt, jewelry, BUrerwire, Ao., kept eonittnt
on
nhand at
BU KIBKrATRIOK'B,
1 V. tax an TTi v H im.. r.l.nhii A ..
ITTr Wtohae and Jewelry repaired, .t i '. 'm . j
IJAHt)V hf ni LHI,
lANor liuRrtg SILKS, ' "
i . fANOV DRShi SILKS, '
are aew offering our trammae ,100, 0f Taney Drear.
Sllkt at price kta thia a, aoaa, offend la thil city.
The-attentios f Ihaladlee ef ahiaoltyaoi yictnlty a
olictted, a our itock li Tory ui.t ami -mplerelnall
grade o good! In thhl Bat, -V.i a BAlSj ..
WM. Ht,MSla lilfh tmU
WORCESTER'S
KOYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
, ' ;'! I, i-.cx 1 " . . ; lj-,,. " r.A ' 1
The latest The largestThe Best
The Cheapest Uecarue the Best.
'
!.H . :.-,., i.i . '! i i.' 'i i,
TUe. Pleat Sellable ktandard An
tberltr tbeEas-llehLtiag-aace.M :
vl 'SlaSundredSnnrniZiitatrioftkto,
thbbebi . ksqwatt dxotionabt, ixnm,n
it j -- ur.i i . - - Huron Mm Xttryvtor.
' "Here are anwardi of k Bandied Thoantnd Word,,
whoie maltlftrloa mianlng tad derlvattona, together
with their oorrect apelliog, and pronunciation an clearly
MthafnM tha a. a.'1
v .. (Mnoinnati Commercial.
Btod th DeettUmt of tha Uombtrt of (fit Ohio Stat
waontri Auootuium
Tb nnilenlgnid, member! of the Ohjo Btat Teachen'
Aaioclatlon. adoniandala toot In teaching, writing
tnd ipeaklng, th ortbogrtpby tnd pronunciation of
Worceatei'i no al Quarto Dictionary and we moit cor
dially recommend it ai the molt reliable ittndard an
thority of the Bngllih language, ai It I now wrltica tnd
poken.
Loriw ArMiwi, Preaklrnt Kenyon OollegV. . '1 1 '
M. D Liooctt, Superintendent Zaneiyllle Sohoobj.
Tno. W. Uaavtr. Sup't Maail Ion Union 8chioli.
, M. J. CowDtar. Bup'tPnbllo Scliooli, Banduaky.
John Ltkch, Mnp't Public Bchooli, Clrclerllle.
' 8. H. SaMroRs, Principal Cleveland, female Bemina-
- Wm. MiTCtitix, Sup't Publlo Bchooli, Mt. tjnlon.
John Oodxn, Prldclptl Btat Normal School. Minne.
Kit. t.i
Crtoi Naiom, Pilnelpil fourth Intermedial School,
Otncinnati.
H. 8. Martih, Bnp'l Canton Union Bchooli.
Edwin Heoil, Principal McNeely Normal School. '
Bu T. Tarraif, Prof. Htthemttio, Ohio UnlTeralty. '
War, W. BoWAim, Sup't Troy Union School. : t. -
A. 0, Bonura, Piinclptl Weit Oigh Bcnool, 01T-
t.nri. .
8. A.Nortoh, Aaiocltte Principal High School, Clere-
Tncovoiti Iniuu,' Principal High School, Clare.
land. -' ' - v -'M i i !.; .
B. 1 4 BoHierow, Principal Oleyelaad Initllat.
J. A. Oauiels, Preildent of Electlo Initltale, Hi
ram. W L naitii, Prof, of Ohemlitry, Ohio Weileyan
Cnlrenlty. -i
H. H. Babniv. Bx-Cmmliiloner of Common School,
Ohio. .
Jahk HomtoK, Prof. Rhetoric Oherlln College.
Taoe. Hat. President Antloch College. - '
0.' W. U. Cathcart, Prcf Mathematici, High
School, Day ton.
B. 0. Cruhiauoii, Prof. Lingotge, High School.
Dayton. . ..
B. M. BiltBix, Bup't Union 8choola, Aahlaid. ' ' '
More than Sim Uundrtd other PrtiHdentt of OoIU-
git, FrofMon, AutAori and DmUnruiihta Jtduea
lort.havtndvrtedifit above $nilmerU. , ,.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
kUmrTA Coutoi "It It truly a magnificent work.
in honor to th author, the pubuaberi, and the whole
country." Preildent Andrew!.
, Onto WuLTAnTJinvtMm."',It exceedi myexpecta
tlonl. It will be my guide In orthography andpronun
elation, and will often be conceited by me for It neat
tnd accural deSnltloBt." Pretident Thompaon. j, :i
W. B. Bcuctio Oou.101. "Heretofore w hare need
Webater'i orthography. At a recent meeting of oar
'acuity, It waa deciJed to thing It to conform lo that
of W. rceiter'i Boytl Quarto Dictionary." Preildent
Oarneld. ; ' ' ' -
WamRR Biny Coiiror. 'I And It worthy of
cordial approbation.'1 PreaWent Hltcboock. ...
Oanim Coit-ot "It more than meet my npeete-
tloni. I reemmnd It a th atandard authority in
orthoepy to my children end my pupila." Preildent
norgan.
Amocn CoLini. "I adopt and aim to na In leach
ing, writing tnd ipetklng, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Worceater't Moyal Q ear to Dictionary."
Pretident Bill, si'.i . . .. .. . I .
"In all my writing. Dakln(. and teaching. I hare em
dearared to conform to tb rule for orttogrtphy and
pronunciation ai coatalnrd In Worcntei'a DloUoaary."
Horace Mann, lat frealdent.
Kikton Oouui. Oaitim. mo it cordially recom
ond It at th moat reltabl Itandard aathorlty of the
Kngllah language ai It it now written and tpoken."
Prtaldtnt Andtawa. ... , - ,,, . u ,,
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF: OHIO.' .
from Si. Alteon Smyth, Oemmteebmer f Oenmon
I ,v :XH1 in vttut-:-..' -j-. r.-i.ir
The Dictionary lmoerlehabl th
an moo am
learning tnd lodua'ryof in author, and an honor t th
wona or ettera. Tne mecnanicai execution la rar lone-
rior to that of any other Lealcoa with which I am ae
qualnted."
From Eon.' II.- M. Barney, tk-Oonmittiontr of
oenoou e tr. : . i. ja i. :r-1
"Tha moet reliable ittndard tuthority of tb Ian-
V i' ' i WHAT THI -l . . :
:Lesuiina NewBpIer of Ohio Say.
I From the Cleveland Herald of March SB. '
Th orthography of the WoreeiMr Dictionary Ii that
uwd by moat. If not all tuthora ot dlatlnctloa la thil
eountry and Stgland, and oontormi to th gtnetal uaag
or ordinary wrtten ana ipeakert. .
waaurar pre adKee oar car ixntea nreyioaiiy, a
oaraful ttudr nfthlt yolum will lnrarlab'y be followed
by a warm appreciation of ti great aoeriu, and a detlr
to add It to the well teMotaa library, b tl urge or tmall,
it ut uorary tntueir, ana wtit remain an impuuna-
bl record of the learning of tta compiler. ,
Jrvm the Oincinnait OommerUat of April SO.'."
Bare ara opWardi of a hundred thoutand word good.
bad and Indifferent whoa multlfarioo meanlogi tnd
derlTatloaa, together with their correo apaUing and pro-
aonoiauon, tie tei Clear ly oeror to eye. ine wort ti
aoqueatlonabiy the greateit Iheaturoa of Xoglltb Word!
rer pabllihed.
Iron, tke Cleveland Plaindeoler of Sept. K, 1869.
Byldently Wokcarre' Botal Quarto Diotiokart if
net only the loot, but the tan work of the land ever it
eued, andean by no pomblllty inffer by eoatperio& or
ontrorny.- ' t 'l ' ' -'
., . 1 ' from the Toledo Blade of MayM,' '. '
At to rtogDMOiATioil. WoRctma n Tea BtanoaID
followed by ear beit euthorat In definition he letree
notalng to b dealrad. and la OaTaooBAm It U toBeliat
to y that woaoarria oan be lafe.y foUowed. i j-.t f s
INGHAM BRAGG, '
Pnbllakere, Beokiellere de Statieneri,
NO 101 BUPBBIOB BT.J OLBTBtARD, OHIO. "
-, . . TH R.,,. li -.ti , -. ..
WEEKLY 0HI02STATESMAK.
! HAVINO A CIKOULATION
LARGER , BT SEVERAL THOUSANDS ;
i .. . .... - ' ' i -i
Than any other paper In Ohio, ontild of Cincinnati
Offers;' Facilities fbr; Advertising
Which OANNOI FAIL to Bring ' a "' r;
Bpeedf and Itentuneraf It , Jletnrni
To thooe wha taki idTtntage f them. , - .
THJC WKUSKTiY STATESMAN,
; DUtrlbuted a It I through irery Pott Offlee in Ohio, '
Readies a Large Class of Readers
Who patronage If yaluable, and who aeldom e the
Dally Bdltlont of eityonmali; and ai oqly,
L limited Knmber oh'Aivertiiementi
An lnmrted in It columna, appopriatcly and" ' '
HANOSOMEtV oi$PUiVEDI .
i .
I -.. : r.'i Tnrr OAmto rtan -v-.i ,., .. i"
ZLttir aot Attoutlon
ti' Of AIL I -" ' M'l !' .
-I
i
WHOLESALE DEALERS
I Adrertlilng In. tha WKIKLT BTATB8M AN Will fla,
; Vi'. :.. i t It adeantagOBi tal'I ii '- - "'
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
WWchU almoat etrtaln to follow an axteaarr llnemlt
I atloa knowledg ot their boalnem '
; AMOECJ ; COTJBTEY J BEA1ERS , . ,'
1H(,;, 1 ii.. ,. .f). f,
' ,. ADVBKTI8JMINT8 INTINDBDfOBj ,it v
The Weekly SteteMin
1 Bhoaldb handed la before Friday noon. -
,
Co-Fartnership.
IMAVETniSDAT'ililTtlTTtD Hit
ton JAMBS ADQBK BAIN annaruiar In mr tin.l.
neaa, which will . htmattar be eknduetal wilder tke tna
oirianeon r. ajl,w aoalh liltk Bt, ,
Oolumbni, reb lS. 1861. . ' ; , , feblA
BtliaiaOMdl.Wlct,Eln '. .
tortaUbj , ;;--M'MBa BISTBABX,'4'"
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? !, odi ih frfi.i'i tV. B ;.' 1m 01..; i
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H7I INTITB ATTENTION to lome of tho moil ex
traordinary ear by my '
PECIOlUli SYRUP.
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They are at horn, and any on who hat doubti ctn In
quire of th peraon who hare been eared by It
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SB. KEYBRR IB PR1PABSD AT ANT TIMB To
BXAMINH LUN08 WITHOUT CHARQK, FOK ALL
TH08B WHO MBBO HI8 MKDICiNKH, .
"! .- j -U f. -ATTEND
TO TOUB COLDS A case of fire yeara
tandlng cured by BR. KKVBKR'B PEOIOKAL SVhUP.
' " ' Prmitntaii, Jan. 11, I860.'
Da. KrratB : My wife ha been afflicted with a bad
oongu ana aimcnicy or Dreaming, lor are or ilx yean,
which , for aereral year back, had gradually lncreaaed in
Tioleno. Ihe oomplalnt hat been hereditary, and th
had been treated by eeveral pbyiiciani without tny re
lief. In thh etat of har caae, I procured aoine of your
Peotoral Ooagh Syrup. I bought, th flrat time, a fifty
wni domio, wnica reiterea uer Try mncn , A then called
and cot a dollar bottle, which cared har entlmlv. .ml
he hti now no trace of the former dlteaae, except weak
nett, I wenld also date that I need th medicine my
aelf to a eold and eangh. ' The medicine cured me by tak
Ing one doe I axpreai my entire atiafartion with th
medicine, and 70a are at liberty to publlah thia if you
deeir to do to. WM. WIL80M.
Alderman fifth Ward.-
'yjl-f, ; Pittucbob, Nov. 18, 1858. ;
Da. KmxR : Allhoneh not an aitvomi nt p.,n,
Medicine, In general. It afford! ma nleaanra Inrtprih.
ble to recommend your Peotoral Syrup. At a medicine
it la well worthy the attention of anv neraon mho m. in
any manner be afflioted with eought, 00 Ida and hotraenea
oi any una, ana lor ine pecauar qoalincatlona for re
in or lug nil that dltagreeabl eenaetlon attending a aa.
ereoold.
I bar been, mora or leu. In my Ufa. effected with the
erereat of eolda and hoarteniu. At time my throat
would become oolued a to orarent mTanaakinv anon
a whiiper, and by taking a few doac of th abor Sirun
It would reliere me entirely.
In rcoomrnendlna thi medicine. I matt nntmritatlnrU
ay that it lthbet remedy I erar found, purporting to
can th aboTe, nor tbould tny family to without thil
irmeuy loroiaeaaei o preraient.
your, moat reipectrully, -
: i" . ' 1 BDWABD i. JON Hi,
Oaahler Cltiaena'Dcpoilt Bank.
' . - 'f - BnuttafinkiO., March 14, lfl
I hare nted Eeraer'a
Coach Brras for a hail ain.k
of aereral year itandlng, and can cheerfully aay it ia
the beit medicine for the tun that I har erer t.aen.
- I , J( W. PBICB.
"COL. PRATT AND DR. KBTBIB'S PBOTOBAL
SYRUP. Da. Karaaa Dear Sir: Exeat th delay of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Cough
Byraptooner. Itakegreatpleaiarein eajing that It la
all yoa aay it la. JtbneaktdUenoieotmoJ ntyeovoh
and th wont on I wt erer afflicted with: I har aot
uael mora than one-halt of tb bottle, and ,1 can and do
with that all who ara afflicted would give it aa fair a trial
a I har don, and they will be proud lo aay, "It li no
quack madiein." I would aot aeffer another each an
attack for any conilderaiion, or at any ooik. I am 000.
Bdeat I oan breathe more freely than I rr did. I ihall
alway ackuowledg a debt of gratitude for InTantingao
xcelUnt a remedy. Tea an at liberty lo oee my nam
la thia regard, aa yoa think proper. B. f . PRaTT, -
Meenger Common Ooanoil, PUUbargh, Pa. ,
Httbaigh,alayll1l85, ,-.
N, B I am no (tranter to my f ellow-ettiaene, and :
who entertain doubt oan coniult me peraonally. '''
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..L.n.,nnn. PrrriaoaoB, April 84,1857.
Bt AD THB TBDTU.-Lb. Kariw I bar a daugh
ter who Baa taken aweeral medteltiaa fnr a k.h r.
without baaeflb-eaoag than Ayer'e Cherry PeeMral
I porohart from ni l bolile of roar. Pinrn.il.
di aur, ana imorvaae oauauea nan a bottle ah waa
1 1 1 1 . . . . . . . 7"
atf-nnn . . . . . . . - w .
iviivtvm. au vaupuu duiu euro D9r entirely of- aer
OBghiiti, - ' JOHN DaRIN,'
I BoMnton itreet, Alleghany; 1
.' PrrTeacROB, December, 31, 1R5J.
CTTBB BT DR. KlYSBu'B rk CI ORAL
BYRUP. I I1t In Peeble township, Allegheny county.
I had aeonghing and ipitting, which commenced aoout
the tth of f ebraary lat, and oontioood igh: nvmtha. I
employed th but pbyeklan ia th country, ta my
cough continued onabaled aatll early in October. At
that Urn I wat adriaed to try your PKCTORAL COCOU
8TBUP, which I did, and after I had taken on bottle I
waa entirely free from th toughing and (pitting. . Iliad
deapalred of erer getting well, tod I ihlnk It toeald be
known that thia Teluebl reaiedy will do for other what
lthaadolnmyoaee. 1 JOaN O. LITTLE,
Wltneae-B. M. IBI. Paeblea townhlp.
r-; -c-iO vf! ' l.-:
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IrZ'i.' "L'' ATWt-., April 14, 18S7.
' A WONDBBI UL CUBB.dm tu ago? an old
Mlghborof mlo waa very III . with a bad ooagh which
rary on rappoied to bonumptlon.. Hit reiatlret
told me that be bad taioa erory rem.dy they heard of
wlthoal baeofltt hi brothar came to at him die, tnd all
won eonOrmed In the bltf Uaa h ootid not lira. I
had about th third of a bottle of youa Peotoral Byrop.
which 1 gar him, and It entirely eared him, to the uton
lehmentof all. What maaae the eaaw more remarkable,
la toe extreme ag of th man. he being abMtalahtyyean
old-, I bar no doubt the Pectoral aaredhla life.
M"0"'1 STBTTF IN BIAIBB-VILLB.a-Pleta
(and me another (apply of your ral t
abl "Peotoral Byrap," AImbewrybod around
baa the sold and are inquiring for "Dri Keyear'i Pactoral
Byrap.' W har told lixteen bottle, laat week, and are
bow entirely oat. Mr. A. Alteram! Mr. P. Maher, both
of Blaimi 1, Pa , tell a they woald not be wlthoal It
In their famine.. In fact, all who a U one want It
again. Xoura, raipectfully, . v
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''kies., amowns.
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ANOTHIB NIW OBRTiriCATB-BB. XBTBBB'fl
PBOTOBAL BTKCP.-J had toe. iraabted with Yeoogh
and eold in eereml ek-eo bad waa it that I aoald aot
leep. 1 had th ad Tie, tnd prescription from three of
th beit phyateian la Um city, whom 1 orald nam, bat do
not do to. ,1 anally procured a bottle of poor Pectoral
Byrap, whteh cured me entirely., signed,
'
J. W. BIMONTON,
' I ltbtttf ftwe, riltibargh, Pa., Jan. 9, 1800.' ,
dee pa rale Indeed,
on heart almott i
:lihJ 'P1' h oollaquy
Tory day In cold catching period a of
r can, from aotual experiment, ehear.
uie yean anu wm can, irom aolnal Hiarimi
fallr tooeur la th adriaer'a admonitKin aa aboTe, ferw
har tried tha PeobaraJ." In a moet ttabbon r oXmv wlTh
oaUra raocm. Near two weeki ago we waa I to Pltliborgb,
with on of th moitdiitreaaing, contrary, mulUh?
ubdotbl ooagh we erer experienced Hoot our advent
Bpoathlt mandantpbra.. W ooaghed .t-adlly and
laboriooaly for one whole week, in hope ef UrinoU atat
bat tt wat no go. In fact It aeemed VTih . "71" YT'
proTed bypractloe. and to hare acquired trength,potan
ey aad dietreetibiWy by thoperaion. In tl'a lureof
tha teg, w eooihed oar way to Ray ear' a. lea Wood St
""-" w"' " .vi aua.T-jraaanrai;" took It
aeoordlog to dlrecUona, and in fortyight hoar, w wen
matter of th. field, the enemy lUTtegUndiUona'S
arrendered, after a brief but -aneqnaj eonfliot with to
formidable an adTeraary' as Keyter't famona "Oouah
"-Z)row-, 1
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BB. BBa-MR'B PBOTOBAL 8TBUP M prepared aad
old by Dr. GIOROn H. KRVSER. iaq
Fltttbargli,Pa. - - . - """"-f"t
eold in Columbuiby BOBEBTS Jt SAMCT1.': "
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ATEOll UATtD AT WROIiKBATB
and Retail. FINErtT BTAPI.B . auiuiimai
fLuUR, SALT, f BA. OOrflB, BUOAR, T0BA0UO,
"I T L" . " "n pnrcbaaed in
Kutern Ciller daring th Panle, 1 1 i . -. ...n., ;
: OPOXLi OaA.O rx,'-;'i-
ani one matr. 'wndawror wtll b . off ladotemmol M
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1 DO
Distress in Great Britain—How the American
Crisis is Affecting Trade and Manufactures—
Pauperism and Starvation.
'"A Souther nor In Europe" write to the Men
pnis Apftat from jjonaon, under date of Jana
ariS4ih, as followi: .
England is In a deplorable condition. Her
working population are nearly all la a state of
starvation eoarcely earning enough to sustain
life. There are orer 250,000 fed br the almi-
boniei ia London alone. Tbli great dlitreu ia
attributed to two Ciuiee the trouble In the
unitea Btatei and the lerere winter. The re
porta from the manuraotuHne diitrlots may giro
auBie laictiuoa. oi "ireeaom," oi "wniteilave
rj" in "free," enlightened and aristoeratio Eoflf
land. In no country on the face Of the earth
can tnere ne louna suca neart-rending diitress,
Holland, with her soil innndaied to the ex
tent of two hundred iqnare mllw sweeping
wj laniij-iwo Tinageg, ana aesiroying cat
tle, grain end everything owned by Its inhabit
ante is not half as bad off ai the "labor ma.
eAwre" of Eogland. A lew extract! from the
reports or the leading citizens will suffice, and
prove the assertion, and serve ai a compariton
between the eondition of the Southern States
and tnote who traduce her and her Inatitntlnnn.
who oan afford no better words than "rillaiM,"
"ilajen," murderers," "man stealers," "rerl
leri of all law-, reliction, justice and hnmanlt-."
Birmingham. Trade ia completely paralyzed.
The American trade is entirely snapended. The
employers can only work their hands tbras or
four days in the week, and the majority only
work two days. The proapeot tor nest week is
still worse. Business of all kinds is depressed
Indeed, there has not been so much distress
for yearr.
Bradjord. No improvement this week. The
stoppage of American trade has particularly
ad rer lo inflnenoe this week. The goods manu
factured for the United States have been thrown
upon the market here, Spinners are stopplog
some of their machinery, and ihe reduction of
tims has been a weighty blow to the working
classes, snd 8,661 are now fed by the Bradford
Union alone.
Halifax The asptot of both American and
foreign affairs is not of an assuring 'sharacter,
nor is the money market in, such a state as to
give buoyancy to commercial transactions
There is a very large number of hands out ei
work; times are bad.
LttdtK good deal of caution Is manifested
here, owing to ' the signs ot the times." We
have rarely worked lull time. All orders for
America have been suspended or countermand
ed. : ' -
Meneheettr. Times as nsual; cotton is advanc
ing, and the fabric must rise; market dull do
meitlo exceedingly slow of sale. In no depart
ment oi the market Is there any tendency to
speculation in anticipation of events likely to
arise in the United States. -. .
. . iVeieeatie upon Tyne Trade dull.' The pti
rate advices from our best cuaomers (American)
are not favorable. Orders to continue shipments
of iron and other merchandise to the Southern
States have been received this week by some
firms in the iron trade. The disturbed statu of
America and the Continent is noting very preju
dicially. There is considerable suffering among
the working classes. " " - ...
Aonoidk The depression 'In lbs shoe trade
has breated great distress. A town meeting waa
called, and 4,000 collected lor the sufferer
Over 88,000 one-third of the population-ap-
JIIIVU IW MWBMDCO. , ...
iVoWnoAam. Business Is more dull than it
has been for many years past. Machinery is at
a no, aaa ine lacemacere are snnering to a
jvanui euenirana great autre among work.
ug poopie generally, i , . i ,
...rrrefprftavfoa, Advices from America arc
uniavoraoie, and some bouses have stopped
which were confined to that trade-. Our fur
naces ars not going half the tlme.land mach dis
tress exists among onr working olaaie.
ShifHtld Trade la deceased. Adeinaa frnm
America this week are gloomy, and bring more
countermand Instead of orders. Nearlr all the
branches ot trade ara on bait, time.: The pau
perism of this town is within a fraction of 50 per
weu.. in cuce oi tan year. .,
Cwewrrw Upward or 0,000" are supported
by public subscription here and lo the adjulning
diltriCiSH.; .-. ?w .'. i; . f:l ... . . 1 j .
JJr(oil.-Upward of 100.000 spindles have
stopped, and many of the mills are on half
time. There is not much real distress, the poor
being provided for. The troubles In America
may prove serious; they arc our great custom
ers, and all orders have been countermanded.
A rector of London send a report to the
rim- that it required $300,000 per week to
support the people on chanty;' Snd that at this
season or tne year it required tSUO.000 oer
week. -The average amounts to 115.000,000
per annum for toucon. (jommentla nnneces
sary.' Tbeae are fasts published to the world,
and we believe the distress is maoh worse than
represented.
Let missionaries, ' Abolitionists, "sunn! 8-
i ,. , . . . ,. r
wiatiuue, auu-Biavery societies, cxeter and
ranenii nan fanatics, read this cbspter
The number of deaths laat week in London
smounted to 1,926; exceeding the estimate by
685. 4 ' deaths from starvation; bronchitis.
471;- phthlsil, 183;' pulmooary complaints,
U2. - -- ..... .
Births for the week, 933 boys and 930 girls:
in all, 1,859 children. The estimated number.
i.ujj. i do population oi Aionoon is nut down
at 3,000,000. - -
The number of deaths last week In Lon
don exoeeded the largest mortality of an weak
in 1849 - (the worst time o( cholera) by over
fir.A - -i .
4V. ....
The Poor-rates of England Is $45,000,000.
Add to this the almshouses and other institu
tions of charity, with Scotland and Ireland,
ana yoa nave a sum equal to tne expenditure
of the United States, about $70,000,000 annu
Bllyt 1 J' ' . ' ,
England is pauperized, having, on an aver
age, 1,600,000, equal to SO per cent, of the popu
lation ' The paupers of London are put down
at 50,000, beside thoie in private Institu
tions. -' '.' i-j ... .
Downtrodden Ireland Is not as bad as either
England or Scotland. A considerable excite
ment exists m Dublin, owing to the large ex
port of potatoes to England, and the price has
advanced to 8d. per stone, about $1,50 per 100
pounds.'" "' ; A - -
The potato crop of England, Scotland, France
and Belgium has been very bad, and that of
Ireland and Germany very good.' .
England requires 8,000,000 quintals ot wheat,
or an equivalent, to feed her until the new crop.
At an average price this will cost her $110,000,.
QOO.j She la on the verge of a commercial orl-
l I V . a 4 a. i 1 IS a . "
na. , i "ouwiuera - uo not - seem to see nor
oare,
Next Thing [...] Angel upon Earth.
A n.nllnn... 11., . 1 .
. Rt w-w waa waiBlDg intOBgn
Knightabridge, recently overheard the foil
conversation between a man and woman, who
appeared aa If just come from some pleatare
. : 1 . . 1. . ... A
wipiuiu uivuuau;j i ,-).. ,
rfomsa Blow me, BUI, bow tired I do feel.
I'm aa miserable, too, as a itarved herring.
What a, miserable world this hi - I wish I'd
never been born, that I dog and now that I am
bom I wish myself dead again. ; ; . !
ATaa Why, Bet, what' th matter with yoa
ndwl. What are yon grumbling about! ,i ... -m
Womsa Why, don't I tell ye I'm a miser
ableasarat, ,! .,.Mid i .'mj.tj:! ,sr.
Af Miserable, indeed . Why, i what on
earth would ye have? Yoa wi drank Mob.
day, and yoa was drank again Wednesday, and
m siesjea at yon naveo s aaa pretty, near
enongb, to day, 4f that ain't pleasure enough
for yor, I don't know: what Is. . I nmxia o
warts to be a downright aneal hara nnon.aauth.
0(M PtPf'-.D iilni.'. ,t an!) ItOI
5 ,a J i i laaaii i n T i -i;-,e Mil
, II l
lo ths fmt or life ttw to out treoendr pity
Jr,MaaTe, aau women tne uiuce. - " '"
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Songs and Song-writers.
If we were to judge by the numbsr'of new
song published yearly, we Should conclude that
nothing was so essy aa to compose lyric Does
a young gentleman, whoa college days are not
ye over, iai in love with a pretty aobool girl
lortuwuu ne sits ao wn to inoit a song, wntcn,
if it can be made to mnelo at all, he persuades
some mosio dealer to publish, with a eonaplcnons
dedication to the bread and-butter inamorata.
Does the music dealer himself find trade get
ting low forthwith he hire some hack to man
ufacture a few doggerel verses, which he sets to
some plagiarized air, and give to the world as
ine novelty or tne season, me consequence is
that most of Ihe modern songs, whloh are inflict
ed on visitor in fashionable parlors, are traah
of the vilest kind.; To paraphrase ths words of
AiOrd .Brougham, In his famous criticism on
Sheridan's oratory, the are neither good
songs, nor bad songs, nor indifferent songs the
not is, tney are not songs at aiL ;
For sone-writinr is tha moat difficult art lo
all poetry. It requires a rare combination of
qualities, and such as few men or genius pos
sess tbemaelves. A sonr should have bat one
main thought should go at once to the subiect:
should never turn aside even for the most beau.
tiful simile; and should be clothed in language
In which thought and feeling are fused, ao to
speak, into one glowing metal, as in ths ancient
Corinthian brass. . No man, however great bis
, oan sit down and any, "1 will write a
song." Yet, neither can a person with but or
dinary ability write a good song. For though
successful songs have been often written bv
persons wno nao maoe no pretensions before to
being poets, yet such Individuals have Individ
ually bad the ortranlzttion of the noeta. and
generally united also with that of lbs mnaician.
"Anld Robin Gray," and "I'm Bittin' on the
Stile, Mary," for example, were composed by
ladles who were not profound authoresses; but
lu both cases, the fair writers were celebrated
for general talents, taste for music, and sensi
tive natures The beart must be on fire as well
as the imagination, if a good song is to be writ
ten., i ... , . a .;
As projf of the soundness of these views, we
cite the fsct that, while thoaaanda of eon pa
have been published, very few comparatively sur-
rive, oome lait stui-oorn from ine press, some
linger lcr a few days, and some hold out a lit
tle longer. It is rare, indeed, to find one out
lasting its generation. Even the great major
ity of Moore's bave "died and made no sign."
Those of Bayley perished still more rapidly
The lyrlos oi no song-writer survive to the ex
tent of those of Burns Of living songs the
best of his snd a few older ones are nearly all
that remain. Time has winnowed the bad, the
indifferent and the ordinary good away, till on
ly those are left which approximate . toward
per lection. How much better It would be If
those old lyrics, which bear the approval of
ages, were oiteoer sung: . we do not compre
hend how ladles of culture can patronise the
trasny tongs wntcn lumber up tneir muelo racks.
vitiate their own taste, and outrage the ears of
tneir listeners, w e are, at least, certain that,
if they would sing the really good songs the
language affords, there would be less talking
while they were at the piano, and probably more
sincere lovers at their feet PhiU, Ledger.
' ' ii ' aa,
A Faith not Amphibious.
Extract from the manuscripts oi Martin
Digby, written in the laat quarter of the 15 tb
century:
'' In these tymea, there be those calling them
selves batlatcs, who believe that he who bath
not been plunged into water by a priest of their
lalth shall bave lot with the damned. Albeit
th river being covered with loe by reason of
tne great com, uey most needs make therein a
bole, in which, as one waa dypped, the priest,
from lyttle strength or cold, looses bis grasp,
Insomuch that the man was carried away with
the tydes and seen not any more.
"Brethren," salts, th priest, nought abashed
by his rniahsp, "there ia a righteous man gone
ragui to uearen," ana ne lortnwuo beckoned
to him who r turn was next But ha. ilu, a
iytu deep tnoagbt, quoth, "Nay, master, but I
think I should choose to go by laud.".
Chiluo Bics In the month of March.
C aptain Balderateiu gathered from th snow on
which they had fallen a large number of chill
ed and apparently dead beea. He laid them on
the alighting board of one of his btvea In the
evening, and closed no the anlarv. On ra-onen.
ing it next morning, al ten o'clock, still tbsy
lay there witbont any sign of life Bui after
tn ana baa shone on them awhile, the greater
pan oi mem revives ana new ta their imdmi.
Iv hive. They had remained in a benumbed
atate sixteen hours, without being really killed.
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IV . , . rVT-'SLJl' a jib nt?
PBI0IS BlDTfCID
, . ! from lb Sw t ork Obaarrer.
Al all partlee manufacture Bewtn If aohlnea an ah.
tlgedtop. Mr. How a licena as each auabina aaLa.
and are a to compelled to make returoe to him, ander
oauknioannamDroia, aia nook, glre aeorreot tta te
rn ent. iron thi reliable a on re w ban obtalaod th
following atatutio. Of th machine aiad la th year
1939, tnere wets told, ....
By Whelr A Wflaon .....81,305
. , " I. at. Blnger tt Co 10.&43 .
H Brovtr a Btkmr.... 10t '
Showing th ttle of Wheeler at Wllmn to k double
Ihoa of any other Company." . y
Awarded the hlgheit premlamt-at the ' '
. United State faire of 11U8, UM aad 18o0
tlaoatthe
' - : ' Ohio SUlt f tin of 1BS and lBSS;
- aadtat nearly all th Ooonty fain la th Btat.
Oar orlcea at th lata reduction, are aa Joaa ma a
2occ tticA machine now eold. and hut a tilde higher than
the Interior hoe thread onoea etick mmehlnee. . naa.
forced upon Ihe market.
- Th WHIBLBB fe WILSON MACHTNB make! the
Loci Stiob th only newhioh cannot btraveled. It.
U Au OR Bora Hinnof the eooda. learina na virfa, t
Chain on the under eide. ..
Ai maeUnei varantoi 3 veara. and UiimsUnm
glrea In their oae, free of enane. . ,
. H. URART.bl High (t.. Ooloab, 0.
WM. SUMN1R a CO.,
decJ SAwJOmk wflm Pike' Oner Hoot, Clnolnnati.
-1 ' c
A CHANGE.:
. , ft . i a a r . . a aaa i ,
TTAtlNG, OI THE Sth INST., FTJHa
JLL chaaed of B. R WBAVRKbU entire itock of Tira
Oooda, tt No. 103 High BU, With th view of changing
my location, I will tell until the fliat day of AprlL with
out reeerre, 1 ..I' J ....
;"i AT COST FOR OASTl!
fancy tree! Sllkt, frlngei, Bottom. Trlmmlnra. Acl
Also ligaied Meilnne, Bt Lain, Shawl and Cloakt, -
: , ,-. j,
B6jjardle.il of Cost! - '
febsaiim' l
t. , WOOBi
I HENRY KfJEHXEK, - .
(Lart of Phtlon'S Bitabllihmnt, R. T .,) PAiprietor
th Hew York raaMonabM Soavu. aur uattin
Shampoonlng, Oorlingand Dreming saloon. Beat But
ttreet, over the Poet OtBoa, where (atlifaottna wtll
be given m all to varioa branch a,, layltd ud
Ohildran'i Htlr P rearing dona In the beet ttyle.
JySI-dlv ' 'V
NOTICE!
nreiTE BCBSCBintB IB DESIROUS OF
X elcing op hit old baeinee at one, and hopes that
111 peronna baring aaattttad aoeoaBtt on ha book will
give thorn unmedlat attention.:
rahis .'.",
a, i
P.
BATH
fjANOT I.1NEN ASD S1I.K FAN 8 IN
17. newetvleat aRibbon Bound.-Bitenelm and la.
dlanrania.,, tiJ V.,VJ, ,.. .,i--f BalN'S .
BTaBSXWW . r. arv riyva in uiffn tsrs
OLBEIt HIIX BIIIHT
AUtMe ted quallilea: alt BOYS' iWIRTB ef tam
en pe rior make, lor aai by
m.TU a. in.
aaovs
Wo. IS Boaik High at eet.
LACK BTISAW BOINET A' D Blra
erant Rbbona. in treat variety at BAINS,
eetS.!.:ii a-- i ' Mo. SW. High etreot.
ijMiK4N'C ft liAim taJAUA& MILKS SOB
'J Itreet Baeqaee and Hantleti alt. Rich Trimmin
and TaeaelSH match. at 1 ' ' BA14
j'saayia .'.n.f cA: jo -. y,
GREAT. SLAUSilTErj
v
'' I' 4 ia i.l A
IN
'4 1 I : . !
x 'jn r i
DBY GOODS
v It vx
1 1 t f.af
khapp & pq;?q
1 h.ii.l
f."'V-
NEW STORE.
,.ir
From aad after this date w shall
REDUCE TIffi PHICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS-
twenty five PER; cbot;:
.
IN OROII TO Nail ROOM fOR 001 ' 'I 'l I
. .' i ;. ". ' if ni "iho.-.z
spring stock:
. 'iniiwif
Our assortment is still good, -
and it is known to every - -
' " ' ' ' I 1 V-Pi
one that our " -v
T O O is i0
CONSISTS or
FIRST CLASS GOODS,
E ARE DETERMINED TO 8ELl,V-.
SO DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OF '
il o nrs.il
w A r P l O O
rA
;! sw;
,'J nTi
NO. 119
: v..' .:' " i .
SOUTH HIGH STREET,1
...... K :
- .j ii j
f.n td.
SHI Or
Teaiol reatber ud SO Tai l
Ratsj Waius. .
oct3-8awd-iaw-ta'
laJrc'j)
Wll ..I
.10
in OmewenptHm. BmhHtie StZ
waa. emd Oatarrh. 'liar mmd alma 1'
PSisSa.SU rEAKXBlV '
aadBinwcH,. , .. . ., .
lew trt aware of Hit lmportaoe of ekecklng a Ooagh
r "Common Cold" la ru Sratatage; m wbioh ta to l:'"a
begumleg woald yield M mild mody. U pealaeteZ .
aooo atlaoka the lungt "Broum'e Bronchial 7rochet?
conalnlcgdeatloratlagrediaata, r'T r,lm,aig aadi
Broachial Irritation.
BBOWN'I I That troaU la my Throat, (for which
(tb 'TrwoAe ar a ipoeino) aawhi aamtiB-a
TROCHES otea a mere whlaDerer." .
i P. WTLVJ1.
HnWBaMaA thlgtt Prttasaaraat,, J v!
' " ' BBT I. CBAflW.
HBava aeoead .....
BBOWX'S
tSOOHSU
BBOWITS
HeMw;i( , rr.w.., U'.
BIT. HRBTRT WARD tZaCBBB. 'i
'Almeat mtaat. roUef la tna.iatMaiae
TBOOBXS
labor ef bmtntng pocallar to Atae." 8
BB0WTB
aa.v. a. . uui,arOB. ' ,. ,
"OOBtalB BO UolBm Bt aa.thlna- inlarf
TRO0EB3
OB." B. A A. HAT B4, .. ... J
Cnitl, Morten.
"A llmDl and Dtautnl ai-.i r.i, ' "
BBQW1TB
Cotoat, o." ii .... : ., . oc-. -
TB0CHI8'
. SB. a. I, BI0XLOW,,
" " Bootoet. ' '
"BentSclal la Bmbcwttii." ,u.
LB. J. I.W. lAftB, 4 ?
Jwfwl-f" ' '
I hare nrcTtd them exrelluit far We..
BROWN'S
TRoonssl
SBOTfTTB
BBT, B. W. wABBBB. jh r
TBOCQSS
MBtanelal who eomnried teana.a aat
BBOWB'S
ferltg freaa Coia." .. .- , s ......
TBOCHISl
, Slav. . aT.J. ABBBBSOW,
1 - 1 ft figwat.11"
BrracTOAl, la laaumlm " a .
BBOWX'S
trrlutioa of th Throat, o lnm ia with '
8raaXataaadBimMBa,M
TBOCHBs
. Prof. aXACT J0HKBOH
, Taach, w Haaa.lian . 6JJ
faaule Collage. n
1.: r. ... . t,., i r..au
'Great btoeflt whoa taken before aad aftar.
BBOWB'S
TB00BB8
BBOWB'S
preaching, as Uteypreaent Hoaraenea. f naa
Ihalr naal airaBt- I Ifaiak tkaw anil aa me aaaw :
TB00IIBS laaanent advantae to Br ."
A U
BBF. B. B0W1BY. A.atu .
Preatdenl ef Atkea Oslltg, f ag -
TB00BBBjlX78old by all Droggleta at TWBNTT-
. , , i . luautaii a WJtni
- BOBBBT8 ft BAHOBb. " " .
i ' Drenrlit, 4 Worfh Hlgaatmt. 1 0
..; , 8. 1. SAMUaiL 4t 00 .: . . , '9
84 South High Knot, Oolaavbat, o. 1
mart-deed Im . . j,, . . 4 ..... .i...i,W ta
TT- 9T'3
1 1 All . 1
ladies' linen Pocket-Haadk'l.
H Enirl EDSTITCnEDlXV Elk HAND.. ,
kerchiefa, Terr wide heme. a
Bmbreidetwq Lin. Hasdk'l tUprtea..7.,ri jJJ
Hemmed Btllched aad nlaln do. de.
i eo ' uo cole ran aotamov- o n ,jw-hu
, afoarsloc do , black bordan, , o , -,v,u(a
;, do do Mwetyleeroaatlbihod, 'l
PttaiAppledo - ' aewpeltarnt.. ,. ..r J hn dvJ"
Hliaei'l'Valnaed Hammed SUIcbedde all prVeet. . , ,
Oomprlaln lb meet elo aawrtawnl In thoeltr tnd ' la
atloweetprlot. " ' BAIN da SUN, J . iii"
rental ao. xe soata uigb street
l-v.'iili
j Js i i.d
JOHsT B WH1S1XS,
Aee-iTroKnonE,ooiTiiEiv;TAi,,
HamaarraN, BtcoRm, c Iavnaa Baa ! CaJ ouO
Rtw Torr, atai.AitTi and Omttatof Baarroas j,
Maw Iota Lira and Cora. Mtrroaa LtraV " mT1
oirioa, f Hlgfe atn terafva air vi-im
. SbT-Sly . ... ,!..;.' ,-, r ttaoS
t j
' Alexandre Kid Gloves,?
4!tiS)
aaaija an ana, nmunvivanr. v. rivut. .
17, QUITA1RB aad- regolar ebape Bhmk Bid OUrvaa,- U".
embroidered In white, magenta, purple, Sao. i Uadneaid ! ,u
K.ldkTa. MlaeeaKidOlovaa. A ooaipiate taaorun.ni,
ot tbteajBkBtedlaVS,Wltoe ,tIWOrt
e aaV J aa. tIAr .
' retfi.
ERHINSt HE KIR Ilf G 1 1 80 kkll
IPickM Barring In Mare, foe mie hy- .IDIM
I a a. a
I'
.AteJUIB ft RBHTISaUI,, ,,UI1
rbsf
Jt, Msrth liiKh ajet.
,!,, 1 f'Far. mealcal Par,i ,,,,
PtTRB BASPPIB8,WIN58, CORDIALS, AJTO BIT
Taae.froaa -.Raoded Warehnne,
lf!l
,. - n r, . i-.t(v i B MutOrTAfT),
Jr 1
BOVW
IOH Soo'h l b elftt
-.'il'-J
ta
If 4LTF.HE JkTIIREAO VAC f'IT'
il of)
elegant aaallUee tor Ladiea; alae, k.'-n' t
B great variety : ,ij.,,i,1' .Ti.l tn
ila'k.d.!
1.5U0 the. Utdleoa. Waft ft Co'ipun.n.i
emM Pearl Starch, a lopeHnr article, r-.f-iwit h tui, 5 ! St
roreaievy,. ... i3a. aa.i'. n , . i
41, ".. 'U.,;, Ulkl ...... :.J"I"
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