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TWANYPENNY t MILLER,
fnBI.I8H;.BS AWD PBOf B)TgT0B,
CT Offiet Hoi. 86, 88 and 40, North High St.
- TSRM8 INVAUIAIILT IN ATAH0 -- -
oaiiy : ' .:' ie oo p year.
xhe Carrier, per week, UU eentt.
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rriiiii ot Advertising by the Sqnmre.
niiuua I yti...S0 00
Ou iqiur 3 wee lu. 00
On " 8 week!.. 1 00
On lMk... I 75
One 3dye.,. I 00
0n ... "8dy... 75
U month! IB 00
0 month! IS 00
a moatlu 10 00
ii moul)i( t) 00
I mootU., 00
plsplwed (dverUMmeoU blf more thin the tOTl
Aiivrrtlsemtntt leided end placed In the eolomnOf
Dnertoi Motieet," douMe tut ordinary raui.
All uutlcee required to be published by lew, legal ntei.
If nrilered on the Imlrte exeluilvelj after the flritweek
' per cent, more than the above ratee; bat all iaoh wll
ipuear In the Trl-WekljrwithoBtehr(?e. - - j
Huelnene Curds, not exceeding five llnol, per year, In
He, 50 per line; onulde !.
- Motioeiof meetlngt.eharitablei ocleUei.fireeotapanlee,
fcn half prlre. " -
All tranirt adnrtlttmmtt mult It paid for M
t lmmn i rale wll) notbevarieifrem.
Weekly, earn prloa aa the Daily, where the adrertlMr
Ms the Weekly alone. Whar 'he Dally and Weekly
ar both aaed, then the eharga Urthe Weekly will be
ii .w he rate of the Dally
- Mo adrcrtlMinent Uken xept for a definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
t C'erncrSprlnff Watet - m
w. b. potts &; CO.,
And llinoraeturer of Braat and Composition CaeUnge,
rintslicd Bras Work of all Descriptions. -
Electro Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
feblWMly. . - i- . f. -.f
r: a. b. ; smxras;.
Attorney crt Xm&tov
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. - j
Offlce Ambot Building, opposite Capitol Square. "
Macliine Manufacturing Company
STEAM ENGINES BOILERS,
Citlns, Kill-thjarinf, Mnehlntry . ' ; I
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...A! . f ' aim,.
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, '.'HJ p' "far DMctifrion.;, T A , r
CHAD. AHBOB, 8np'.
deelk. lUH-tf .
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolia!
' Throngh to lndlaDaooIis without Change of Can
. aod but One Change of Cars between1 ' j
Columbua and St. Louis. V, ' , .'
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM C0LUM-
: (Dally. Mondays exoepted.)
' KIOnT. BXPHkBS, ia Dayton, at a. m., stop
ping ai Vndon, Xenui. Dayton, Uiddletown and Hamil
ton, arrifing at Cincinnati at 8:50 a. m.; Dayton at 5:45
a. m., Indlaoopolls at 10:48 a. m.; ft. Louis 11:50
. ' : . SECOND TRAIN - ylu-v
- . ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. ., (topping at all Bta
- 'UontbetweeoOolnmbuiand Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:0:2 a. m., Day ton at 9: 15 a. m.,
Indianopollsaf S;!p. m. - - ,
!- : THIRD TRAIN.
DAY XPRBB8',at 8:30 p. m., stopping at. Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Oedarvlll, - Xenia.
r Spring Valley, Corwin, Morrow, Deerfleld, Foster's.
Loreland, Hlliford and Plainville, arriving at Clnoln
natt at 7:30 p. m.; St. Louis at IS m; Dayton at 5:35 p.
Indlanopollat0:3Hp.m.. i .), : :;. -.' j
Sleeplne; (tare on all Night Traine e
Cinclonall and Indianapolia. j
DAeOAGE "checked TIIROHOn.
' for further information and Through Ticket, apply to
M. L. DOliBKTY, ,
" Ticket Agent, TJdIoU Depot, Oolumbni, Ohloi
!--ii 'i... -A ; - K. W. WOODWARD, i
'' flnparlntendent, Olnoinnatt
... .. j" . JNO.W.D0HKRTY
'" !' Agent, QoliimhBj,
Bach articles as yon dttir for your HTJBBANB ; ,
BuchasyoueerfforyourWlFS. : " 5 '
fliu-huan nrtmtr for vour DAUGHTER.
'Buch as your BI8TER will pratt you for'.
" Buch u your BROTmB can mm. ;
Such as yon want for 14 Till ONI YOU LOT! BEST
1 . ..... . . . i. . i, aao.n t, . nv n '
BUCn U Wll 0 ffVVii 10. U. BUWOOMIf ...I
Buch as all If for, ' ' . it
Hay he found In variety, In my bow stock of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
, .1 X .iPIiATED coons,,;
V ! And fsneral assortment of, .i. ., ,'t ( .
Taney and Useful Artloln.
' S i . rrra . '. T "rTTTT : v
Will. iaJJiiiAi, r,v
- jfo. iO"BacKere'BlKe--
Seremh lflOQ.t '. -
Just Beeelvedl j
nr. CH flltEEtl and t BLACK
i kll inn baes prim Rio Conee. ' f i
1 ftij pocket old baton Government Java Code, j
7 nag ueyion
" f9 0 table ..standard Whlta Sugars, oonslsting of Pow-
, ' - rA Ohrushed, Granulated A and B poffee. i
'$0 quintals George Bank Codfish. '" i
80 bbls. Mas and Mo, 1 Uaekerel. I
r A los. Ploh galmon., ,S,,L
V10O.ba. Laye KislniM4 Cn. iiv'i j
60 hf. boao do .
1fM)qr.bo a d
vfrrtOO Cigar, different brand and grade.
Brf - i- , WM. MoDONALB.
And Slank-Sook Kanufantrirer, :
g FORTH BI0H BTEXET, WLT71IBTJ8, OHIO
i jjn gaarlWly ,t i fi r'fi.-.j? ft. : ni.t j
t-yfUTK WHEAT, BHANPE0 ,. '
"BlfO W JTliAivJBi." I
' toBarnettMllts," Bprlngfleld, 0.-th biitWand of
Flour brought to out market, riattraoiton iiuiowa
Fot sale ouly at. , ,,WM. McDONALD'B, .
novK7 '" - lOfl Bonth High rtrwt. ,
.nlLICOK. IleLAINFJ. JfERIPIO",
- J (JI.IA TZES, DULM MILKS, and all
1 indi at iasMonabl
"Winter trM Qoods,'
T. ar new offering at very low price
' r. ! . F
lie, nr H9uia aiiau avcesi
I., ! ;,! .". .CJ
N"o. 4 Ghvvnne Block.
! A. P. ' STONE & O'HARRA
ABE NOW KECEIVINOTHEIRWIN.
1KB GOODS, and tnTite the public to inspeet
tlwm. No such stock ot Goods has rer been brought to
this market. The Booth, In consequence ot the failure
f the grain crop, has not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich goods, and this fact has forced the
Importer to sell them at publio auction. Onr buyer
(Mr. Btone) being In New York at these large sales, took
advantage of them, and we ean and will Mil onr goods
her, at leas than aoy one who purchased two weeks since,
paid for them in New York. Our stock I complete In
every department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
, ' U 's,' a PRINTED COBURGS,
1 ' DYED COBUGS;
.: RFANCY WOVEN FABRIC8,' - - :
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
;?.,.!-,;;, i POPLINS, PRINTS,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth'
" ; Bought ' in One Day,
At one half the Cost of Importation.
la all Varietle 'of the" Celebrated
Blannfatare ef C. O. Gait
there 4c Ban.
HOSIERY " DEPARTMENT,
Hen's, ladle and Children's Coder Shirt and Drawers;
Ladles, Hisses and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and CottonOloves
of every make.
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
- " CAS3IMERES, '
H . TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, ' -
Ladies andOent'i Linen Cambrio Hand
kerchiefs, Ac, &c.
To persons who call on us, we pledge onr words to
show them the largest, best and cheapest stock of Goods
vn seeninuiis market, or pay uem one aouar per
hour while looklDg.
decl-dlyStawltw. BT0NK O'TJARRA.
Nos. 36, 38 & 40, North High St
INCREASED FACILITIES 1
UAYINGh MOVED INTO MY-j
1 HAVE j
Grontly TTn 1 a,jr&o3
BOOK ( JOB DEPARTMENT!
i WHILE BOTH .HAVE BEEN !
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
FROM TBI CELEBRATED FOUNDRY Off .
C. T. WHITE ft CO., NEW YORK,
THUS MAKING IT THE
Most Complete Establishment
OW IN THE ciTri"-'"''1
I am bow prepared to Kxecute all Ordert for .
BOOK AND JOB
W I T H D ISP AT O H !
And la the Koit Approved Style of the Art.
l ..i.i, . .
PARTICULAR ATTENTION FA ID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Billa af Lading;, Clrcnlara, ' )
, asiii neaas, manas, ueeas,
--- Oort i flea tee,' C' Heceipte,- t
Draw 'licketa, Uegiatero,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
CHECKS, ' - KOTOS,
Illustrated . S h b w , B i 1 1 s.
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS, j
Show Bills, Hand Xllli, label, Concert Pro
grammes, Boh ool and College Scheme, Ho
tel Bill! of Faro, Invitations, o.
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
School and College Catalognei, .
' MUeeUaneou ' rampnleti, - i
. Constitutions, Reports, Briefs, at
Priiitiw? ,in Opld and ( Colors'
Hp O CB T 33 "FL
Printed la 'Every Color oa a i
The oaly Press of too kind la Central Ohio. -!
If y fadlltls (or doing any and an of the above deaorin
Hon of work, art now ansnryasssd, and ntisfaoUoa will
be gnarasteed In all eae. . I
ITT All work furnished promptly by the Mm premised.
IT 'GOLDEN HILL BHIRT8, ' f
GOLDBN HILL SHIRTS' 1
Thepattertf ef Qua shins are ntw. The Bodies, Yokes,
sleeve and bosoms are formed to fit the person with esse
and comfort. The mark upon each on designating the
it may ba relied on as beln correct, and each shirt Is
guaranteed well mads... A. full stock of all qualities
ooMUntlyforsaloat' " ' ' '"' ' BAIN'B,
ovM. '? -1 1 'He. M Booth Blgh street.
Watches ; and Jewelry. '
FtWB AflaORTRIENT OF WATCH
il. Clocks, Jewelry, Silvsrwar, Ito,, kept constant
W - -H. fetRKPATRICK-S.. I
' Ho. 163, Bonth Blgh Street, Oolumbus, 0
Watcha and Jewelry repaired, -i.r, , j
FANCY lHJr:a HILKS,
IAHO Bg sn.hs. -i'T
FANCY lit t i .Tin Li
W are BOW efhrfug our Immense to.t of n
Bilk at o rices leas than evw b(om ,i i. thi. it.
The attetitton-' of the ladle of tdls elty and vicinity si
solicited, a our stock 1 very j j - r, i ,nlfft is stll
gTaoeem BiwasVt.yWfP'A., ' It BAiN.l ;
..aoTH.w- Hi ' JBO.80 Syuj, JUttfta street.'
f ' unit J . f :f .; j H .t. 1
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I a, , ,. 2-. S ; ,, 0 .
i a-.M , s, , a ,. $ ,
0I INVITE ATTENTION to son of the most ex-
traoruinary care by my , , , ,
' v 1 PECTORAL SYRUP.
Thev are at homj. anoTanV one who ha doubts can In
quire of lb person who hare been oared hy.il . .
- DR. KBYBER IB FREPaRRD AT ANY TIME T(l
EXAMINE LUN08 WITHOUT CHARGE. FOR ALL
IU0BB WBO NKBD-HIS MKDI01NK3.- , - -' ;
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS A ease of Are years
landing euredby DR. KEXbEB'B PBOIOBAL txmMS,
Prrrsssaaa, Jan. U, 1800.
Da. Kama : My wife hu been afllloted with a bad
oougn and dimcuity or breatbing, for nr or sut years,
wnicn ,ror several years oac, naa graauany increasea in
violence.: I h aomplaint hu been hereditary, and she
had ben treated by sereral pnysieian witnout any re
llef. In thi state of her ease. I orocured aom of tout
Pectoral Ooueh Bvrup. I bought, the first time, a fifty
cent bottle, which relieved her very much ; I then called
and got a dollar bottle, wnion cured net entirely, and
ah ha now no trace of thoformer disease, except weak
net. I would als state that I used the medicine my
self to a cold and cough., The medicine cured m by tak
tngonedos - I express my entire arhfa.'tion with tne
medtcln, and yen are at liberty to publish this it yon
desire to do so.,, ; , WM. WILSON,
ii-" ( -; JU'I' , Aiarman sirtn ward. .
, V ', . i - prrrsmntoil, Nov. 18, 1859.
Da. Kma r Allhough not an advocat of Patent
Medicine, In general. It afford me pleasure Indeacrlba
bl to recommend your Peotoral Syrup. A a medicine
It is well worthy (he attention of any person who may In
any manner be affilcscd with couth, colds and hoarseness
ot any hind, and for the peculiar qualification for rw
moving all that disag resabi sensation attending a
I have been, mot or lea, In my life, affected with the
sevtrest of colds and hoarseness. At time B:r throat
would become so etuaed a to prevent my speaking above
a wnisper, ana ny taxing lew aose or u eoov Byrup
In reoommendin this medicine, I mast nnhesltatlne-lT
say that It 1 tit best remedy I ever found, purporting to
cure the above, nor should any family be without this
e so prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully, .'
EDWARD J. JONES,
Cashier Citlsan' Deposit Bank.
Iirt. !' : STicaiiiviuja. 0.. March 14. 1M
' I have used Dr. Kyr' Cousb By run. for a bad couth
of sevanl years standing, and can eheerfully say it is
th best medicln for the same that I hare ever taken.
.... f, w. PRICE,
COL. PRATT AND DR. EEYBER'S PEOTORAL
SYRUP. Da. Knsast Dear Sir. Enoa th delay of
my acknowledging thxcellenc of your Pectoral Cough
Syrup sooner. -1 take great pleasure In saying that It is
an yoa say it I, luavoena n nout om of my otuoh
and the wont c I was ertr afflicted with: I have uot
used more thao one-half of t be bottle, and I ean and d
wish that all who are afflicted would give its fair a trial
a I have done, and they will be proud to say, "It I n
ejnaae medicine." i wouia no lunar taouwr sues aa
attack for any eonsidenuioir or at an; oU I am core
ndent I can breathe more freely than I er r did, I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing a
excellent a remeay. i oa are at uoerty to as my nam
ta till regard, aa you tuna proper - a. V. rat ATT, I
- . Messenger Common Council, Pittsburgh, fa.
Pittsbuigh, May 11, 1859, ,:
N. B 1 am no Stranger to my fellow-eltlsen. and i
whe entertain doubt can oonsult m pcraonally. . .
:i r.c-iu w-a ?! .? or : . m .. t.9
.p i.-. ; r, M4 ; " i 7- ' '
Frrrsioaaa, April 84,1857. '
READ THE TRUTH. Da. Ka-rsam: I hare a daugb-
ter wno na mien sererar meawine ror a Dad eougn,
without benefit amoof them Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral.
I purchaaad boa yoa a boUla of you PEOTOiaAL
BYllUP, and before she had used half a bottle ah Wat
relieved. The second bottle cured her entirely of her
eongb.i ' ..'...,$ en I-.., JOHN DARIN,
i . i . 1 co. if .fc.-liNiuionatrest, Allghny.
i ) nu-it -,1 : '- -.
,. . i PtTTsacaon, December, 31, 1853.
A GREAT CURB BY DR. KEYBEK'b PECTORAL
SYRUP. I live In Feeble township, Allegheny county.
i naa acougning ana spitting, wntcn eommenoea aoeut
the 4th of February last, and continued ciirht month. I
employed th best physician in the country, and my
cough continued unabated until early In October. At
that time I was advised so try your PEOTORAL COUGH
SYRUP, which I did, and alter I had Uken on bottle I
was entirely free from the eoaghlng and spitting. I had
despaired of vr getting well, and I think It ahould b
known that tuts valuable remedy will do ror others what
Ithasdonsiomycate. JOHN 0. LITTLE,
Witness B. hi. Rota. t .. Peebles townhlp. :
i ! i i ' F' :;.'.;. i
- -ParroxTr., April 14, 1837.
A WONDERFUL CURB Some Urn an. an old
neighbor of mine was very ill, with a bad cough which
very on supposed to ba consumption. Ills relatires
told me that he had taken tvery remedy they heard of
without benefit; his brother cam to see him die, and all
war confirmed In th belief that h could not llv. I
had about the third of a bottle of your Peotoral Syrup,
which I gave him, and It entirely cured him, to the aston
ishment of all. What makes the case more remarkable.
Is the extreme age of the man, be being about eighty year
old. I hare no doubt the Pectoral eared his lira.
.., ;, m ..... ; .r JOBMN'OINNIS.
DR. EEYBER'S PEOTORAL SYRUP IN BLAIRSU
VILLB. Please send ai another (apply of your vela-
abl "Peotoral Syrup." Almost everybody around a
hu the cold and are lnaulrin (or "Dr. Kaiser's Pectoral
Syrup.' We hav Sold sixteen bottle last week, and an
now entirely out. Sir. A. Alter and Mr. P. Maber, both
of Blairsrlile, Pa., tell as they would not be without It
in incur ismiiie. in tact, ail wn us it oooe want It
again. Yours, respectfully, .
.... J. B. WATTJIHBUCI k BONB
January 30, 1B60, . . , . k . -r .
1 ANOTHER NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEYgER'ft
PEOTORAL SYRUP I had been troubled with aeonth
and cold lor several weeks so bad waa It that I aould not
sleep. Inad tne adrloe and prescriptions from three of
the best physicians In thaclty, whom 1 could nam, but do
not do so. I finally procured a bottle of your Pectoral
Syrup, which cured me entirely. " Signed, - i
- J. W.BIMONTON,
836 Liberty street, PltUburgh, Pa , Jan. 0, 1SC0. '
' t ' iiw
to Keyset's on Wood street and get a bottle of bis Cough
Pec total, and If that don't cur von. roar ease mnat ha
desperate indeed." This I apecimen of th colloquy
on near almost svery oay in cold eatohlDg period of
th year. And w ean, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur In th idriser's admonition as above, for we
ban tried th ''Pectoral.'1 In a moat stubborn cat, with
entire success. Near two week ago w went to Pittsburgh,
with one of the most distressing, contrary, mulish, un
ubdnabl cough w vr xperlnoed line our advent
upon thi mundane spher. W coughed steadily and
laboriously ror on wool week, in Bones of tirino a ouL
but It era no go. In fact It aeemed rather to hav Im
proved by practice, and to hav acquired strength.potsn
ey and dUtrtitibilUy by th operation. In thi (tag of
th siege, we coajhed our way to Keyaer's, 140 Wood St.
procured fifty cent bottle of th "Pectoral:" took It
aoeordlg to directions, and In forty -eight hoar w wer
master of in neia, me enemy Having unconditionally
surrendered, after a br'ef but anequal conflict with so
formidable an adversary a Keywr' famous "Couth
Pectoral." Zwtwiseitfs Otipper, eo, 14, 1650. ,
J.-. ":v ; U Ja
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: DR. KBYSIR'S PEOTORAL 8YRUP I prepared and
told by Dr GEORGE H. KEYBER. 140 Wood atmt.
Pittsburgh, P.. . '
lUT Bold In Columbus by ROBERTS . BAMTTEL. ', 1
X .-1 J il it,; '-r u. j' . t... i
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Prepared and sold by ' "7j " , '
Price, cent, i
140 Wood St., PltUburgh, Pa.
-TO Sold In Cotttmkushy ROBBRTS 4 SAMUEL.!
ccTv7tawdom, i .. x. ,,j v . i
JAB. M.M'KEB. ' ,; WM. H. BB8TIEAUX
,tv: ' l .J.:l
" 34 Maria Hi. Street, ' t
' " " ,' , OOLUMBUS, OHlO,t
TTAVEOW HARD AT WHOLEHTE
FLOUR. SALT, TEA COFFEE, SUGAR, TOBACCO
gKQARS, Eto , Ito. Our Stock. U been parahase la
aswrn nines uunug me uiic, ,,, , .
and onr main endeavor Will be to offer lndnoeraaut I
VJi.ii fi ii u, ifitn wotcn are pot exceled hy any llosm la
. ' ?,f,e
Dally, par yea. '
Trt-Weekly, per rear......
Wekly, pes yeat-. -:
The Greatest Swindler of the Age—The Financial
Explosion in Paris—Arrest of M. Mires—
His Liabilities Estimated at $120,000,000!
[From the London Post. Feb. 21.]
The failure of the hodee of M. Mire k Co.,
antioipated In my letter of yesterday, was form,
ally announced oa th Bourse at an early hour
this morning, and created-considerable excite
ment. Count do Germlny, Governor of the
Bank of Franc hu been named to liquidate
the estate. The house of Mires A Co. ie one
of those largo banking cstablisments which have
grown np suddenly la raris, ana neoomo laenti
ed with extensive tailvay contraots, foreign
loans, and domestic enterprises, on a scale which
involves many millions ot franej. M. Mires &
Co . If will be remembered, lately contraoted with
the Turka a new loan, which, owing to the op
position of the French Government and the
bouse or ttotbscnua, waa not euocessiui in raris.
This blow appears to have condemned the house
ot M. Mires to ruln. flfiiore entering into an
agreement to pay the Ottoman Government a
large sum monthly, M. Mires bad heavy calls
on bis bank, originating in his engagements
with Spanish and Kon.ao railways, public works
at Marseilles, and other smaller llabilies.
Under such a welsbi of liabilities the house
has broken np, and caused much consternation to
hundreds ot shareholders. It Is whispered
about that M Mires will make some remarka
ble revelations cocoernlog the financial trans
actions of great personages. ' If so, he ' will
novo blmseii a gooo irieca or the Umperor. I
hear that not only has M. Mires been nut un
der arrest, bnt three other gentlemen, whose
names I do not oare to mention, are also under
toe control of the antborities. - The liabilities
ot the house of Mires are estimated at from
200 to 600 millions of francs; the latter amount
is equal to about Bi2u,UuU,uuu;i but the fact Is
no one knows at the present moment the real
condition of the estate. -1 giro you the precise
words' of the notice whioh was stuck up at the
Bourse touching the Mires failure) "Par ordon
nance de M. Ie President da Tribunal de la
Seine, M. Ie Comte de Germlny, Gouverneur
de la Banque de France, est nomme Admlnis-
tratenr rrovisoire neia Laisse Generals dee
Cbemlns de Fer, aveo les pouvolrs les plus eten
dus." Quoted property in our money market
waa at first much affected by M. Mires' failure,
but later ia the day a rally took place, and the
three per cents closed with aa an improvement
ot 15o.,vlr: at 68t.2So. The paciflo character
of the King of Italy's speech sustained prices
to-da. ' ' ":! -.. '.' . in-1 !
The Paris correspondent of the London Times,
writing on the 18th nlr , eays: M. Mires was
arrested at nine o'clock last night, on various
charges. He is id custody at Maeae. It is ru
mored that several persons of standing are more
or less implicated In the affair, and that disclo
sures, as well as) serious consequences to itdi-
rtauais, are iikeiy to loiiow. it is the general
topio of conversation everywhere. ' '.n-'
The Paris correspondent of the London News,
writing on the 11th, sayst It Is now no secret.
but an undoubted fact in everybody's mouth, that
ai. Mires, the great millionaire, the negotiator
of the Turkish loan, the managing director of the
iaieee ixeneraie dee Cbemina de Fer, waa arrest
ed on Sunday evening, and is now in Mms
prison. According to report, the charges against
him are of a very serloua character. At the
Bourse the Caisse Generate, which on Saturday
was quoted at SUof., opened; at 155f . and fell to
MOt.; but when by, oidcr, of the Prefect of Po
lice, the despatch announcing the appointment
of Count de Germlny was placarded at (be
PrtllM. f tLrMraA a 1tr.f 1 . ..... f
From the New York Herald.
From the New York Herald. SKETCH OF M. MIRES. THE CELEBRATED PARISIAN
From the New York Herald. SKETCH OF M. MIRES. THE CELEBRATED PARISIAN BANKER.
The news we published veaterdav and the ad.
ditlonal particulars giren to day of the com
motion In the financial world of Europe caused
by the speculations of M. Jules Mires, have nat
urally enough Induced an inquiry Into the ante
oedents of this remarkable speculator and finan
cial operator. ' If all the fears of the Parisian
publio are just i name and turn out correct, the
Mires frauds will totally overshadow the gigan
tic operations of Hudson, Redpathand others.
M. Jules Mires Is of a Jewish family, and
was born at Bordeaux, In France, about the year
1805. i In the year 1848 be was only a merchant
broker; bnt after the revolution of February he
became director of the gas company-of
Aries, and waa associated with M. Mil.
laud, another celebrated banker, In a
number of enterprises. One of these was
the establishment ot the Railway Bank, of
whioh he waa the sole director in 1 853. Tbey
soon after began theoritioal examination of the
writings of L. Lamartine, which was published in
tha Cotutiller rfu Ptuple, and afterwards con
tinned in the CiefKt afetrr and the Pay. Short
ly after M. Mires negotiated the loan of the
Seine, and at a subsequent period operated with
Messrs. Solor, L. Jourdan, Blaise, &c., in many
of the bold speculations which bare occurred of
late years. He was at one period the Director
of the Colleries of Portes and Feuechas, as well
aa of the Society of the Portes of Marseilles
Latterly be was at the bead of the Roman rail
waya and his administration oaused some auri.
aus relations between the Jewish banker and
tne - cardinals, who were shareholders. M.
Mites has written some articles on financial
economy, and gave great publicity, through
tne press, to tome or bis speeches delivered be
fore the Board of Shareholders- IIe has a
brother with whom he passed his earlier ssiara
atJBordeaux, and who, through bis influence, has
1 .V. --.!.- s . . -
uovuujd sua uinuagcr vi sua tyonstusfitona,. , '
. M. Mires has hitherto lived in the moat unrh
and elegant style, and not very long ago his
daughter was mairied In Paris in a style of cere
monial state and extravagance scarcely surpass
ed by the oelebratlon of the Rothschilds in Lon
don some time ago. -The matter of expense
waa a small thing to M. Mires, and he, there,
fore, got ap 4 display of the otmoat magnifi-
oence. !' ' ....m k .m" . .. . i,
For some time past there were eiDeotatlnna
that the crash of his affairs was at hand; and,
consequently, the Turkish loan, whioh be had
undertaken to negotiate, could not progress as
he desired." .' '' u , .
M. Mirea could not flatter and oai'ole the oM
woman of both sexes, who held bags of five
irano pieoea ana oietnora stooxinirs. into nart.-
Ing with their certainty for the very great on
certainty mas noios sway over the Ottoman. !
- In the mean time the necessities of tha Turk,
ish Government had to resort to a local loan of
ainety-two millions of' piastres at eight per
cent.' to keep the orBmbting empire from fell
tog to pieces. The Liverpool Post, ef the 10th
of February, first oOntalned this startling lutel
ligenee.' ; e-i-.'wtf'v j1 , t )yo.i,,i..v
: .,. ' ' an iv '
Letter from ex United States Senator Hammond
of South Carolina.
The Albanv f?a(emj ssvs: The follnwW
Is a copy of a letter' written by Ex-Governor
nammona, oi oouiu uarouna, to a lady rela
tive residing "at 8chenectady.j!The lady to
whom It Is addressed (Mrs. F. ll. Pratt) is wide
ly known for her ' rare social and Intellectual
RADCLIFFE, S. C., Feb. 5, 1861.
; Mr Deab Cocami It la nearly a year since I
received your first letter, and wiltt all my de
sire to reply to it, I have been so overwhelmed
with publio and private business,ni so feeble
in health, that I could pot; and now, in reply to
your lsets I must be short, for latterly my Zeye
slgbt has so failed tne that I can hardly write
legibly. I remember that my father, at. my
age, complained greatly ot bis lossf sight.
Ia there any blindness Io our family t 1 1
You are right to supposing that the exaggft
rations of "the Northern Presspermit bib to
say its infamous slanders and lies oa the South
nave greatly assisted in brtoglngi about the
6resent state of affaire. But eausea lay deeper.
The North has always sought to hare-nd to
have the lion's share of out productions, and
seeks K wi ' v,r- -'?a t ?.:..: .v(i
, - .mki'id j
Slavery is not a sin. . Read the Bible with
your vowo plain interpretation, if you are a be
liever In Revelation and yon will see that
Moses and the Israelites, Christ and Paul, did
not so consider it. AH this is fully set forth in
a sermon by the Rev. Mr. Van Dyke, in Brook,
ijn' on the 9th of December last. Get that
and read It. If it Is an evil, it la so evil for us,
ana leave ns to grappie with it. it is a mere
question of politics and eoonomv. ' We (eel Jul,
ly able to manage it, if we are not disturbed by
outsiaera,. yvetninE it a messing to white and
black here... We don't think at all whether it
is an evil with yon. ' That is none of our busi
ness. ..You can deal with It as vou choose, bnt
just let us alone with it. Anybody who can put
two ideas together must know that we are as
mucb bound to it as Mazzeppa to the wild
horse. . Come what may, there is no riddance.!
tar. jt , ., ., .... .'
we uiseotve tne union ana it is forever die
solved-, be assured to get clear of Yankee med
dlesomeneas snd Puritanical bigotry.1 I say this,
Deine nair a ianxee ana nan a Puritan. W e
absolve you, by this, from all the ain of slavery,
ana take upon ourselves an its supposed sin and
evil, openly before the world and in the sight of
uoa. Let ns atone, we snail make eo war on
you. ' Let us work ont our salvation in our own
way. We agree that you shall do the same.
And let me tell you, my dear cousin, that if
there Is any attempt at war on tne part of the
norm, we can sonuuiy tnrasn tnem on anvneld
of battle; and not only that, we can give tbem
over to Jean Jtquet, and leave tbem to manage
toe. . . , .
Wo know our strength. Why, we export
over two hundred millions of produce, which
the world eagerly seeks and oannot do without.
A six mouths' lailure of our exports to EuroDe
would revolutionize every existing Government
there, as well as at the North. All Jtnrni it. ,
The North exports some slxtv millions, fa earn.
petition with the European producers. Why,
tne in or in wuoout our custom ror its mannrao
tures, and our products for its commerce and
Its exchange, is neither more nor less than the
poorest portion of the civilized world. To that
it has come on an nfidd and abstract Idea.
1 would say mucb more, but my eves fail me
utterly. Can you decipher this? , i i
' ' Yours, affectionately,'
J. H. HAMMOND.
Mrs. F. H. PRATT, Schenectady. N. Y.
[From the N. Y. Evening Post.]
The Presidential Spree at Albany—Lincoln and
Suite on "a Little Bit of a Hurrah!"—A
Point of Order Emphatically Taken.
The famous Japanese swindle has been out
done; publicans have been found who snrpars
the Lelands; and Albany eclipses New-Yoik.
Mr. Lincoln and suite are more prodigious feed
ers and drinkers than the No Kamis. Thev
remained for lees than one day at the Delavan
House, In Albauy, and a bill was rendered to
tbe amount of eleven hundred and twenty dol
lars. As there were eighteen persons in tbe
party, two of whom, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln, did
pot dine in tbe hotel, the expense for each
person, three quarters of a day, was just sev
enty dollars! -, Included in this bill was a
charge of three hundred and fifty seven dol
lars for wine,' or above twenty-two dollars or
' 1.1 "1 ar .
mo Dowee a neau. w e are not surprised after
such drinking, at a considerable charge for Con
gress water. Neither is it wonderful that the
breakages for stoves, chairs, and eo forth, were
set down at a hundred and fifty dollars. Fellow
witn nine bottles or liquor under their belts must
have been in a etate to break everything about
them, even ' their own' necks. Shakepeare
makes Iago say that "your Englishmen are tbe
most potent In potting; your Dane, your German,
your ewagbellied Hollander are nothing to your
English. He drinks you with facility your Dane
aeaaaruna; ne sweats not to overthrow your
Almaln: and he gives your Hollander a vomit
ere the next nottle can be filled. Oh.' Rw.et
England." ' But England is two-penny muir to
juur genuine American, Becoming to me hotel
bills. When the Prince of Wales waa at Al
bany with a retinue of thirty oersons.hi hill
at Congress Hall for two flays was two hundred
and fifty dollars, Including sixty dollars elven
to servants.' How moderate In comoariaon
with tbe traveling party of tho President elect!
Mr. Lincoln being a tigid temperance man, tho
keepers of the Delavan have probably taken
their revenge on him in this manner.
[Albany Correspondence Commercial Advertiser.]
At length the Item for the expenses for the
entertainment of tbe President-elect was reach
ed 11, 304,50; and now tbe row began in earn,
est. All talking at onoe, and at and to each
other motions to cut dowa the sum scolding
and threats, mingled in one chaotic uproar; two,
toree ana ten on tue.noor at tne same moment,
and each trying to drown the voice of the other.
(A country member is presiding-) At leneth one
says, "the gentleman, Mr. Chairman, is out of
order" "sit down, d a yon, I -have the
floor" "Oh, yea thought he was a gentle
man." ; No power in the chairman to make an
approach to order. At length Mr. Kernan said
he would read the bill presented by the Delavan
nouse-as -parioi ine sum. . And now every
man declared he had-not drank: and one avow
ed that be had been seventeen vears trvino ta
get elected to come here, but be had not "drank
a drop" in twenty-seven years.. Loud cries for
tbe New York Aldermanio Japanese Commit
teebut the nearest response was ths face of
Mr. Ben Wood, in the lobby. Finally the
amount was cut down to a total of J.GC4 50, of
which $500 goes to the Delavan House: and
then at nearly three o'clock the House took a
recess to seven in the evening. , ,
The Great Eastern.
Tbe directors of the Great Shin Comoanv had
compi led a report that was to be presented to
the shareholders at a publio meeting to be held
at the London Tavern on tbe 28th nit. . They
congratulate the shareholders that tbe trial trip
to New York was made at a loss of only 344
odd. Aa explained in their previous report, it
was their Intention to have despatched the ship
on a second voyage to New York on the 17th
of October last, but . after considering tbe re
quirements of.the Board of Trade for one voyage
onlv, and the very imperfect state of the decks
laid down by Mr. J. Scott Russell under bis con
tract, the directors,' with tbe advice and concur
rence of some of the largest proprietors, whom
tbey invited to concur with them on the subject,
abandoned that intention. They then reduced
the staff and all other expenses as muoh as pos
sible, and proceeded with the alterations and
repairs. Tne bearing of the screw shaft was for
the most serious task. By the very skillful nr.
rangements, the neoosshy ef removing the Bhaft
from the ship was overcome, and the work, baa
made such progress as to leave no reasonable
doubt of its satisfactory completion, together
with tbe feed pumps to the paddle boilers recom
mended by tbe Board of Trade, in tbe ensuing
month. The main deck has been sheathed with
IX Inch boards over a layer of tarred patent
leu, thus forming a double deck.. The di
rectors believe that by -these, meana tha
deck (hitherto a constant eouroa of injury and.
annoyance; win os watcr-tignt, ana tbe tncon
violences thoroughly removed. , The saloon and
cargo decks have been caulked, and many other
minor but important worka are in progress.
The qaestion of. future employment for the ahin
has received the most, serious consideration of
the directors. . Ibe want of publio confidence
in tbe snip nas hitherto baffled tbe directors in
their endeavors to obtain suilcieat naagana-era
and freight to remunerate the proprietors.
They hope that the voyage to America has, in
a groat degree, removed tbe impediment., iTbe
passengers unanimously expressed their appro
oiatioa, of tbe ease and comfort they enjoyed,
and the total absence ef sea-aicknean. even tbe
most sensitive. Her excellence as a sea boat
hu been proved, and notwithstanding tbe inev
I table disadvantages of an experimental voyage,
tbe direotora can now place full relianoe on ber
steady speed.". Tbey believe that another suo
cossfuli voyage to America will establish the
desired confidence, and that she might then be
profitably employed In any trade where her great
capacity anu power caw do aeveiopea. It Is
clear that, by a computation of ber speed now
established, she would accomnlhh a voyage, to
India or Australia within forty days,' upon a
ratio of consumption of coals far below that Of
other steamships. Tho director have, there.
fore, resolred iipoa despatching the: ship ' to
America earlv iii Anril next, and thev hone tha
the receipts from all sources will at least equal
r.piuuiiur., a experience oa prureu uias
sue working expenses or this snip may oe re
duced to the ordinary charges of merchant
steamers, ' which reduction your direutore are
oeterminea to eueot. v .' ; ;. i
If M Ann if. '
From and after this data we shall
REDUCE - THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE PER CEBIT,
: IN OfiDIB TO USEE ROOM roa oua
- . f
Our assortment .3 still good,
' and it is known, to every ;
:;;,; ,y,;;' one that our ';'
, , CONSISTS OF. 1 ',; ' '' "
FIRST CLASS. GOODS.
,WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,;
DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OF
A I Pi c&Vt 0 0
.1 ttr" , '- ' - . .;f) ,j
' SOUTH HIGH STREET,
Tons of Featltera
and 60 Tesie of
T H F
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN-
HAVING A CIRCULATION . -LAB0E5
BY SEVERAL THOUSATOI
Than any other paper In Ohio, ontald of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for' Adrertisiis
, Which OANNOT FAIL to bring
Speedy and Remnneratlve Return
; To thos who lake ail ran tag f them.
THE WKEIfLY STATESMAN,
BlstrlbuteJ u It Is through erery Post Offlc In Ohio,
Keaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronage I valuable, and who seldom sc th
Bslly Edition of city Journals; and a only -
A limited Number of Advertisements
' ' An inserted In It columns, appoprlately and
thit OiMKOT ran, TO
Advertising In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will In
. It adTanlagoo In .
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which I almost ocrtaln to follow aa extensive disssmis
atlon knowtodg of their business
AMONO COtJNTEY LEALE13 !
' 1 - 1 ' - t , n ,
ADVEBTI8BMENTS TNTENDEBFOK ' -
The Weeklv Statesman
' Should be handed in before Friday noon.
r-,.' jvbs H WHEELER, ' -' '
A EITTFOH nom(t,oINTIlEITAL,
A 1 M, OKUKIT1, Ml LRTOn, 1BI IK. UO.
Nsw York; MncHairra' and Crr Fiat or rUaTroas
Maw York Lin and Coin. Uimai. Lira. e ,
Office, 81 HIkb t. 8awaa;ea HI , ,t
b7-dly . .-,.",' ;
j Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
PI.A1N AftDEmBROf DtRliD, mroTJB
QUKTAIRB aad resolar shape Bhiok Bid Slores.
embroidered In whit. maenta, purple, Ac. CLdressed-
Ktd O lores. lihne KM ttlore. , A eompiet assortment
ot these celeDrated Olorei always ror sal by
" BAIM A SON,'
:feuM.- , ;.! i ,.No,9 Soath High street.
Z It ( Co-Partnersliip.- f v ; '
T HATE THIS DAY ADMITTED BIT
1 win JAMES AUU 111 BAIN narln. I. k..l.
Bess, which will hereafter be conducted ander the firm
n w. ovn. r. oa&n, zv douio nun at.
Oolombu. leb IS. 180lv- fsblS
HEiriPAIlD COTTON HOPES, , .
do - '" - do 'Twines, A "
.' .BcdOmrdsaadOaBdleWIrk, , . i!
Ibr al by . U'KEB at BE8TIE AITX', .
;;ot '::...a:W i:'.u v,.. MM, High Street. :
HERKINOI 1IERHING 1 1-30 bbls.
Ho. I Pickled Herrin in store, for sal by -
A y.iji ji v..: lacKEB a KE8TIBACX.
fcliS7 M, Worth High street, i '
rr Bledlcal Pnrpe."
PURE BKANDBIBS, WINES, COBDIAIS. AND BIT
, from "Bonded Warehouse ' ,
Wal. MciKlNALB, .. .
10H South HiKh street.'
MAI.TEKK ek THREAD E.ACF, IH Ii T't'S
of tliirant qualities for Ladies; also, kiinwn' ftittts
- i ..7 s it.-:
a great variety e .;,-,. y-A i,t bu :" it s- Al'.
t".f ."Wior Vi iif v-;t '
-- 1 M.'K..jl'iAaQAA
Tte LitBitThe lar;e4t-.TJi -rartj
Tha Cheapest Beoanja fteefff.
The) Mest1 HeUabie-tandii ri
ttterlty ef the Etiffllaa vmfwmt
Sim Humdni mntnl f .feasors cut.
','IM. BESJ tNOLJSlf JilCTtOSlBt.JWAiiJf,'.
II a at onward ml a HbbAmA FKi.m.A wLH
has maltifarioo meeainn amddrlvatieaavAoMih.
.iw Midi ' wrrwe. P
swstUjis.aad pronnwesation nimui$
t'1 : . il i A ,:ii ii M. t.-m t
set befor th eye.
'l J t 1 ... " .11 . mm,
Mead tlelkaitlon of tha JOmlere oflU QVo
Ta aniersurnaA. naamham mi th nhU flt.te iWm
Asaoolatiea. ' -'- '- -
and (peaking, th orthography and pronnnclatioo of
Worcester's Hotel Oaarto nirtir..r
dlally recommend 4t as th must rellabl staixiard aa.
thortty of th Bngllsb language, it hi now written and
spoken. ' "-.'... 7 ''.'. v' - A-
Loam Ammiw; President Kebyo Oolleg.
M. D. Lruwr. aaparintendaa EaaMelil Set-wl.
Tao. W. Uaavav, Mup't Maeailoa Una School.,
M. V. Oowoaav. iup't Pobll aohools, SMdusky,
Joh Lvaca, Sup't fablio Schools, 01ralviUu ,
B. N. SaJiroRD, Principal Cleveland a
rF' ; ' -:i : . ' .
wm. MrrcaaLt, Bopt Pnbll Schools, Ht. Onion.
Joaa Oaoia. Frlaclnal atata Earaaat achaal. Huna.
Cvaoa Naaolf. Prlnlnaf f onrlli tiil.rBiMtlAt &,hAnt.
Cincinnati. - - " ' " . .w.
H. 8. AI astir, Snp't Canton Union School.
Eownr haaaa, Prioclpal sicNeely Norma) School.
Eu T. Taitah, Prof. Mathemat.c. Ohio Colrrlrr
W V W. RnwABDs, Snp't Trot Union School.
A. 4. Bonus. FrlDClcat Was Hurh School. Dim
B- A. NortoR. AsaociaU IVInelnal Hhih achaat. CLsia
TBtopoas Btiruso, rrlnclpal Blgh School, Clev.
B. I. nnaurroR, Principal Cleveland TnstttataT!
J. A. Oaaruxn, President of Elestl Iostlta:, Ml-
rem. - - - .-. r. ,, , . it
W L Harris. Prof, of Ohanurtnt Ohla WealeVao
Unlveralty. i ' -
H. H. Bar ii tr, Ex-Camlsionrof Coaavoe Schools,
Jam at Morrob, Prof. Rhetorle, Obertln Ooltsgift
Tao. Uiu.. President Antioch Collage. . ..
0. W. H. Catmcart. Praf. . auilieaMllra. Blah
School, Dayton. 77
B. 0. CacalSAFOH. Prof. Lanraaea. Blah Behoal.
Dayton. ; 1 1 - 1 1 1 y ; ,
B. M. Barber, Bup't Union School. AshlaoeT.
More than 81a Bumirtd other PrtU&tnt of CbtU-
fee, Profeeeore, AutAore emd DleUnguiehei. Xlmea
tore, have endorud the abomtnUmentmi v.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OfllQ
Tarirtta CUBOB --"It fe) trafy a sanlaArrvrtk.
an honor to th author, th publishers, snd the wbol
country." President Andrews. i.
Onto WsBtrr as TJmvaasirr .- It emeerll mvtxMeta-
tloas. It will be my anlde In orthocraphr and nronan-
elation, and will often he consulted by m for ita-aeat
and aotarat dehnltions. "President Thompaoa. 1, ,
W. B. EcLTCTlo Coueor. "TleTetofiins we hen aaed
Webster' ortborranhr. At a recent meetlna? of onr
Faenlty, it was decided t chanao It to eoaforaa to that
of Worcester's Boial Quarto iicdonarT." President
Garfield. ' ... , i .jijajI r-Kai
Wtsracw BatrRva CotLtoa.-! floAU .wrtldf
cordial approbation. ' President Ditebcork.
UarJtus Cot no. "It more than meet my emectct
tlonsv I tcosanadi.it a tha ataadara asihnrilrm
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." P
... Atal .
A modi Cotxxo. "I adotttaad aim to statin tratf
Ing, writing and peaking, Ibe orthography and pronna
cistion of Worcester's aoyal Quarto Dictionary. "-a
President Hill. ' -
Ia ill au writing. aveaklnS. Ami amchinc. Ilr en
deavored to conform to tb rale for orthography and
pronunciation at contained ia' Worcester's BiottoaarV
-Horac Mann, lat Preaioent. k,K(S0 rlK1i - . "
K.ixyo OoLuraa, QAasitn, f-l most cordially rtcoav
mond It at the moet reliable tan4ard mrthorltv of th
Bngltohlaaguag it at tKW writt) s4 spoaev-r
r resident Audi. ,
- - '' 11' buis tjoietat'
From Bet! Anton SmylhimtteiM' aJ dwwnaw
'-'' . -tkkoeUt.QMi.j 01 s-oiontow
"The DicUanary Is an imperishable agnomal ay.the -learning
and Industry of Its author and aa honor ta the
world of letter. Th awehaaloal SJUjeattuq j fas sopo
rior to that of any other Leaicon with which I aaa ac
quainted. " ;
from Ben. Urn. Sornn. Xs-QmmUeionei of
,. HckooUinOioy ,r , .
'The most reliable standard authority ef th lan
guage.'' ..... i..jw.
1 t- waaw Taa- v.-'4 oica eJy
Leaaina Newpe.pri of Ohio 0ajp.
tromtk Cleveland Bervid of JTarASB.i ,Ti
Tb orthography of the Worcester Dictionary I that
used by most. If not all. authors ol distinction In this
country and England, and conform to th geaaral aaas
of ordinary writer and speaker.
wnatever preiaaioe may hav existed nrsrloBilf.
careful t4mlyoftb.it volme will invariably be followad
oy a warm appreciauon or its great merits, and a desir
to add II to the well selected library, be itlana nr aaaaU.
It la a library in Itself, aad will remain aa imperisha
ble record of th leaning of it compiler. ' '
tromthe Cincinnati Cbmmoreiolof AprilKJ
Ber ar an ward of a handled thoasand words snnd.
bad and Indifferent whose maltifarioo meanins and
derivations, togathor with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, a,e eat clearly befor the eye.. The work I
unquestionably tb great! Thesaurus of English Word
sver published. . .,,
from the Cleveland PlaindeaUr offiipt. SO, I8C0.
Evidently WoacRma's RotaL OoaBto Dtc-rroa.aT Is
not only the latt, but the em work of the lund eter ie
eued , and can by bo possibility suSer by ompria ar
controversy. ..-,. .. , ,(, M. ,.-.-,,
t From the Toledo Blade of ' May 13.
A to ntosoHciATioR. Worcrwtrb 11 tb Staab
folio wsd hy car best authors; in definition he lease
nothing to be-desired, and In OaTnooRArev It is sufficient
lo say that Worcbstrb can be afeiy followed.
INGHAM BRAGG, U
Pnblisltere, Beelcellere & Statlenere,
HO. 101 SUPERIOR BTn CLEVELAND, OHIO. 4
main . .
e? Is ,ifrt iit
Our (Jonah, Cold, Boaremtem, Jw!u-
enea, anyirualton or Hormee of tM
Throat JtoUeve the BavJctnff Omo
ft CbwrtHnjifioa, ronhtttis,.AelAa-
V J ' etnmoth to tW
kijt-x and g
ma, ana vatarrn, vitar ant give
Few are aware ef tb Importance ef nekfaif a Coorh
or "Common Cold" in IU first stare; -that which in tha
beginning would yield to a mild remedy. If nealooted.
soon attack th langa. 1 "MrowCi Srenchial iraehm,
containing dsmnlceut Ingredient, alley Pulmonary ad
fThat trottbl la ' ThsoaV. tfor whioh
(he 'JrcA' are a (pcci&ol having mad as
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flreat benefit when taken before :.d after
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