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.JOkJlOO. 243. NEW SERIES;" COLUMBUS.
'.EVENING.' MARGE 19. 1861.
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DAILY. TM-WEEXXT AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PBBII8B: Bg'.AlTD PE0PBIIT0B8.
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17 OfBcft Mm. 88, 88 and 40, VottB Eigfc 0t.
I TSRMH IMVAHIAJJLT IK ADTAHCJI.-'O1-:
Dally $6 00 pcrywr.
' ; iht Carrier, per week, 19)$
0 pr tm.
rriHo l AdTtrtlsIn br iur
nt qaare t yaw..t20 00
One ' " ttmoLth 1H 00
' 3n '" 8 month 15 00
Dn . J month 10 00
One 8 monlhj 8 00
One ' 1 month. :5 00
On iqsr S VMM. . (4 00
On twwkl.. 1 00
On " Iwwk... 175
On . " 3dr.. 100
On ," 3dyi... 71
On ' ' ' ' 1 lniertioa SO
. Displayed tdtcrtlMmeat bilf more this the ebor
.AdvaiUsemuu leaded and slued la th aolaauH
Hsecial Notice, "aouou 104 ortunary ram.
i ' All .ivtlcei required to be pnbllahedbr law, legal rats.
i It ordered on the tmld exoiuaireiy alter me nmwsei
, ptr cent, mora than tb abore rate; bat all inch wll
intior In the Trl-Weeklv withont chare.
liuilneiCard, not exceeding Ave line, per year, In
i. ile, $a super line; onUidi, , (
ko., half price.
All trantfmt aivtrtlummtt mutt M paid or in
Jeonc ( KM rul will notDTrle4frB. v '
Weekly, asm prleath Daily, wberthadTrU
ethe Weekly alone. Where Dally and Weekly
. a both naed, then the charge tor the Weekly will b
0 ,11 Uie rauaoi ui uaiiy
. No adTertliement taken exoept for a definite period.
E A OLE BR ASS WORKS,
1" Corner Sprlnjr c Water 8tt. w
W. : B. ' POTTS. & . 00.,
And Manufacturer of Braa and Uompoiltton OalUoga,
. Flnlshtd Braea Work of all DoKrlptlon.
Electro. PIatingand " Gliding ! t
' STENCIL CUTTINC, &C. ;
r febl 'flO-dly
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Attorney At Xja.w!
AMD NOTARY PUBLIC. , ,
OfBce Aoio,, BulMlsg, oppolt Capitol Iqoar. ' --
. ,. l-v -I -v.: u OOLUUBng, OHIO.
; Machine Manufacturing Company
. i M&MDVAOTUBJCM O
" STEAM ENGINES ; & BOILERS,
' " j Cwtlny, Klll-Otarisg, XMhlntry. )
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' ' ;' '" '6 m. DMCwmoai.'' i
'" ;','" OOliUlBBCJS, OHIO, ;
' 0BA8 AHB08, Bep t. . P. AUBOSmTimi. j
' deoll, lH5H-tf
tu '.1 , y7 a o e oeVe. w o . 'IhlP'icj ' ' )
. L.T i ill ii ' I
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia.
For Cincinnati, Dayton 4 Indianapolii!
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cam
' and but One Change of Crs between
Columbua and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
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- p FIRST TRAIN" ;
i -HianT BXrUKSS, ia Dayton, at 8:45 a. , (top
ping at London, Xnia, Dayton, mwaieiown ana Hamil
ton? arriving at Cincinnati at 8:10 a. m.; Dayto at 5:
a.m.,lndlanopollat 10:43 a. m.;et. loartat 11:50
. p;";. , ., . SECOND TRAIN. ,, r
AOOOMMODATTOH.at 8:10 a. a.,topplr.at all 8
tlon between Colombo! and Cincinnati and Dayton, a
rlflng at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m., Dayton at :15a. m.,
IndlasopolUaf 8;S8 p. m. , t ... . 1
Xkt SXPREBS.at S:30p. topp!ng at Alloa,
" Jetfeiaon, London, Charleton,' CedarTilUj,' XenUv
Bprlng Valley, Corwin, Morrow, Deerfleld, foetor'a.
LoTeland, Milltordand Plalnrill, arrlTlng at Cincin
nati at 7:80 p. ra t 8t- Louie at 18 mi Dayton at 5:35 p.
m.; IndlanopolU at 10:38 p.m. j
Sleoplnar oniri i m all Nlarht Train t
Cincinnati ana Indianapolis.
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BAGGAGE CHECKED ,THHOCOU.
L . . ' -I L'.' W. i
lor further Information and Through Tlcket apply to
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Colombo, Ohio.
''.' v - w- WOODWABIV
1 H -';; ? -i m ' Superintendent, Cincinnati,
.U'i'iV "i - JNO. W. DOHHBT"
jnis Agent, OolnmbBa,
-,is ; .rAiyciES.. .
8oeh artlole aa yon itir tot yoor HD8BAND
f Bncha you HMdfoi yoor fill - ' ,'. i?f
Bach a your BIBTIB will pmttt yon for.
Back u year BROTUKtt comm. rfwi .
oen a yon traot for TBI ONB YOU LOVB BB8T.'
Bach a will b good for th " BLIB8ID BABT." J
i. 8aoh a allay fon t r ! v 5 si j
. ' MaB found In Tarietr. In my new tock of ..,- I
WATCHES CHAINS, JEWELHT,
. , ,.... rtiATED GOODS, "fl '
. And general auortiMnt of c ' '" " ' " V
3. v-it - nii ti vntut AttMw.''
... H. JO :. BucHeya, Block.
a. !..,;! yin. lit it:
t hA 'nr. H GREEN and " BLACK
XVf TEAS lOObag?"" B,V '
1 fit POCKOI OlO Vnwn fWiuii,.T.
' ' SOObbl. Kandard Whit Bogare, eonihtlng of Po
' ' dred.Ohruahed, Granulated A and B Coffee', I
" BO quintal Beorn Bank uoonao. -i-"
f w sobbta. Ilea and Ko. 1 Mackerel.1 ' ,'
fc.Ji 1 j (ea. Piok Balmon.'--; ;
10ObIytBaln. ' w V -"?
ftObi. boade- ,10 ! ; w ' V -
- lOOir.boado n d '-j
100 11 Oljan, different brand nd grade.
'. " 1 WM. MoDONALD
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M. C. LILLE Y.
l. Mi Blank-Book 'Kanufanturer,
n koaxa eiob irasxx, coLua3u, onio
a aaarlliillr ' '' ''' "
, ,., , rAMIIiT 1XOI7K. t ,;
T1THITK WHEAT, BHANlTED
1 1 rt
4,t i" ?- a tf o was' i4 A it TBi t 3 1
from " Barntt Mllls,n 8prtngBId, 0.-4h tart brand of
flour breath to oriri. paniiacnon pwm
for l. only at , WM. MCDONALD'S,
noTj7 1 1 1 10B Bonth High trt.
ALICS. Det-AINES, - IflKRIIVOSd
vlil(1T;r.S, DHKM aiLm, ana aui
inf faahlonul -?--1
-Wlnt " ' Oooda.
No. 4 Ghvynno Block.
ABE NOW RECEITINGTHEIB WIN
1KB 600D8, and InriU lb publio to Inipect
tbem. No auch atock of Good ha ever been brought to
thli market. Th Boutn, In conaeqnence of th fallur
of th grain crop, ha not been abl to purcha th na
ual quantity of rich good, and toll faot haa forced th
Importer to U tbem at pnblle auction. Onr buyer
(Mr. Btone) being In New York at the larga aaie, took
adrantag of them, and we can and will nil our good
hare, at lea than any one who purchased two week alnoe,
paid for tbem In New York. Onr atock Ii complete In
rery department of : ,
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
U i PRINTED MEBINOS? r
BLACK ALPACAS, :.TJ.'.
ORLEANS,' r i
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,"'
.,, - POPLINS, PRINTS,
l " DELAINES.
" "r-ir'-.Trr .u.a; fnj :..xn
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Kre Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day, " ;
At n naif the Coat of Impoitation.
In all Varieties, of the Celebrated
Itlannfatnre of C. G. Onn
there oV Son. ,
Un't,Ladl aod Children' 0ndr Shift and Drawer;
Ladle, Miate and Children' Hoalery of all kind, In
Wool and Lamb'i Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Glove
of tvery make.
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
, ... ... , , , OVERCOATINGS, ,
Ladiei and Gent's linen Cambrio Hand
kerchief, 4c, &o.
" T : ' " " " i "': - r ' ". ' i " ! '
To pron'a who call on o, we pledge oar word to
how them the largeit, beat and ehoapeat atock of Good
rrer aeen in thl market, or pay them one dollar per
hour while looking.
decl-dlyStawltw- ' "-a"! 8T0NB c O'HARRA.
Nos.r 56, 38 & ONbrth High St,
INCREASED FACILITIES I
HAVING MOVED INTO MY 1
1 HAVE i
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN ;
REPLENISHED THROUGHOUT :
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c ,
fBOM IBB 0BLBBBATB9 fOUNDRY Of .
C. T. WHITE A CO., NEW TOEI,
' THTJ8 MAKINO IT THB
Moat Complete Xstablishment
IN THE CITY.
I am now prepared to Execute all Order for
BOOK AND JOB
And in the Kot Approved Style of th Art .
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
DIU of Lading, Circnlara, . XT'
Mill Aieaia), uuiaai ueeui
Dray 'rickets, Registers,
HOW CARDS & BILLS IN COLORS,
, t HIATJrSGS, i rjivjti CONTRACTS.
Illustrated Show Bills;
FOR COUNTRY MERCHANTS,
.1 . s .'I V
Show Bills, Hand Bills, label, Concert Pro
grammes, Sou ool and college Ben ernes, Ho
tel Bills of Fare, Invitations, fte,
aboii 77" o r is:
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Sohool and College CaUlognes,
Conjtltntlons, Reports, Briefs, Iks
Printing In Gold and Colors .
P O S T E 3R. J3
Printed la Ivory Color on a
Llammoth Hoe Cylinder,
The only Press of th Und la Central Ohio. '
Me faeniua ror dolna anv and au or the ebon der1n-
Uon of work, an now nnaarsand, and aattanctioB will
beguanmteed In alleaM. -
jjj-AU won lurnunra promptly cy uie im promieea.
,t (..r.. .f.r. BIOHARP NBVIMB.
G'L 6LAt!i4 lilf L BiYkATS, ;
G0I4Ktf BILL SHIRTS, - j - .
..'w.Tom.Diii HILL flHIRTSi
hMHeni ef the hirliar w.. Th Rodle. Yoke.
leere and bosom are formed to At th penon with a a
and comfort, i n mars upon snonaeignaung in
ta m be railed n a being sotreot, and eaohahlrt I
uarantetd well mad. ,A ,hll atock of all qualltle
oonatantly for al at u r ,
BnS4. Wo. W Bonth High street. '
v .Watches and Jewelry.
a nwK AsaoHirtEiv "or watch
!, 0 lock, Jewelry, Silverware, Ac., kept onstan,t
yonnsnaat ik,f......'v. ........... ....... .....
S. KIRKPATRIOK'8, ' 4
Ho. 165, Bouth High Street, Columbus, 0.
, ILT. Watohet and Jewelry repaired,
ju.u.i 1 i'"" kilkb, '.'. e.uii'T
Wear oswofMUig oui Imuiens atock of f aeew Ore
ttikrwt prices lee. h ever W ewered In tills eity.
ThetteuUon..of tl Uii i. or t'..ncn aud mlty
sollcltfd, ts our uif t very t i4 cri' in
graitt-soc gotKism wilt no. a i siAr.i,
v4. " l -f r (Txtte(iuig)tref.
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IHVITB ATTBNTIOS U nrn of th noit ex-
inordinary cure by my ; , ,i,-i.;.ii j i -.c, : - .1
PECTORAL SYRUP. :
They are at home, and any one who ha doubt can In
quire of the penon who hav been eured by . It ,
DR. KBTBBR 18 PR1PARWD AT ART" TIHB TO
XX.AMLNB LUNGS WITHOUT OHAROB, fOR ALL
SBt8s WHO HMO. .BIB HBDIOiNBB.. : . , h.:
' ATTENtr TO YOTJRCOttDB -A "eia "of fire yean'
tending eured by DR. KEYBHR'S PEOTOR AL 8YRUF.
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'-'.(1. !.!'. : FrrrnntsB, Jan. 11, 1880.
Da. Emrn-Uy wife has been afflicted with a bad
oough and difficulty of breathing, for fire or tlx yean,
which, for ieyenl yean back, had gradually Increased In
Tlolenc. The complaint ha been hereditary, and the
had been treated by savcnl pbyaldana without sny re
lief. ' In this atat of hr ease, I proonrad aom f yoor
t eetoral Oough Byrup. I bonghV the tint time, a fifty
cent bottle, Which relieved her rery much ; I then flailed
and get s dollar bottle, which eared her entirely, and
ah has now no trao of th former diaeaee, exoept weak
n.i I wonld le (tats that I need tb medieln sty
le If to a cold and cough. , The medicine cured me by Uk
log one dole ' fexpreaanry entln utlif action with the
medicine, and you era at liberty to publfih thl If yoo
dealr to do to. ri . WU. WILBON, . 1
I. . Alderman fifth Ward. ;
" " PrrmuaoR, Nov. 18, 1858.
Da. KxTtas I Although not an advocate of Patent
Hedlclnea, In general, It afford m pleaaor tndeeeriba
bl to recommand your Peotoral Byrup. ., A a meoloine
It I well worthy the attention of any peraon h may In
any manner be afflicted with eougha, 00 Ida and hoarteneaa
of any bind, and for the pecaliar qualtficatlone for r
movlog til that disagreaabl aenaation attending a se
vere cold. . ., . ......
' I hare been, mora or leu, In my life, tffeoled with the
evereat af cold and hoareenea. At time my throat
would become aooloaed a to prevent my (peaking above
a wnuper, ana oy isxing a nw ooae M ue aoore Byrup
it would relieve me entirelv.
In recommendln thl medldne, I moat anheiitetlngly
tay that it is th beat remedy I svr found, purporting to
cur th tbov, nor thonld any Dually bo withont thl
remeoy tor aiseaseiio prevalent.. , .
! - .Yoiin, moat retpectfully, J , '
1 .. , ' ' BDWARDJ. J0NB8, '
1 ' Cuhter Oitlitnt'DepoaltBank.-
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.11 1 ' BisuBMVittt, 0., starch 14, IP39 1
I hav uaed Dr. Keysnr' Cough Byrup for s bad cough
of several yean (tending, and can cheerfully say It . la
the beat medicine for the same that I have ever taken.
; ' J.W. PRICB.
00L. PRATT AND DR. KBYBRR'B PEOTORAL
SYRUP. Da. Kirn-Desx Bin Jtxeuae tb delay of
my acknowledging thoaxcellenc of your Peotonl Oough
Byrap sooner. I take great pleasure In aaylng that It la
all yon sty HI.. It knockd tkt 1U1U4 out oj mysswyA
and th wont on I wa ever afflicted with; I have not
need more than out-half of th bottl. and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give itaa fair trial
as I hav done, and th.y will be prond to say, "It la no
quack medicine." I would not aufler another auch an
attack for any coniidenilonv or at any ooat. I am con
fident I can breathe more freely than lev r did. I shall
elwaya acknowledge s debt of gratitude for inventlngso
excellent a remedy. You are at liberty to use my name
In thl regard, aa yo thlDk proper B. f.PRaTT,
stesaetHrer Osmmoa Qawutl Btltofcl, p. -'
N. B I am no stranger to any fellow-elttseni, end 1
who entertain doubt can eonwlt me personally. 1
,.v 1 1 " ' -1 i , P.
' ' '" " Prrnnonon, April 84, 1857.
RBAD TUB TIHTTE. D. Krrau: I hav a daugh
ter who has taken several medieln for s bad sough,
without benefit among tnesa Ayer's Cherry Peetonl.
I purchased from you s bottle of jflmr PROIORAL
STROP, and before ahe had used half a bottle th wa
relieved. - Th second bottl cured her entirely of her
cough. .7 . t - ... JOHN DARIN,
- ' Robinson (treat, Allegheny.
PtrnsuKSR, December, 31, 1B53. '
A GREAT CURB BY DR, KBYSKR'S TROTORAL
BYRUP. I live In Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I bad seoughing and spitting, which eommCDoed aoout
the 4th of February last, and oonllnued eigh: month. I
employed 'th best physician in th country, and my
oough oontinusd unabated us til early In October. At
that tin I wa advised ts try your PIOTORAL COUGH
BYRUP, which I did, and alter I had taken on bottl I
wa entlnly fre from th coughing and (pitting. I had
despaired of svsr getting well, as I think it ah.
knows that this
it haa dons In my case. ; , , JOHN h LITTLE,
Wltness-B. M. Eras. " L v Peebles townhlp.
PATtOK tn April If, 1857.
' A WONDBRFUL CURB. Some tim ago, an old
neighbor of mine wa very 111 with a bad cough which
every on supposed to bo consumption. His nlatlve
told me that be had taken every nmcdy they heard of
without benefit; hi brother cam to ee him die, and all
wen eonflrmed In the belief that as could not live. I
had about th third of a bottle of your Peotoral Byrup,
which I gave him. audit entirely cured him, to theaston
iahment of all. What makes tb case mor remarkable,
Is th extreme sge of tb man, ha being about Ighlyyesn
old. I have no doubt the Peetonl saved his lire.
n-r;'.--rv'CrTrj . i ,-;.,,
DR. tCXYBER'S PEOTORAL BYRUP IrT'SLAIRS.
TILLB. Please send m saothsr supply of your valu
able "Peetonl Byrup." Almee everybody around as
has thecold and an Inquiring' for "Dr. Reyser' Peotoral
Byrup.' We hare sold sixteen bottlei last week, and are
now entlnly out. Mr, A, Alterand Mr. P. Maber, both
of Blalrsvlils, Ps , tell us they would not berwtthout It
In their famille. 1 In fact, all who us it one want It
again. " Youn, respectfully, 1
j. p. nAiisKoun bokb.
January M, I860.
ANOTHBR NETf OERTIf IOaTE DEI KEYBBR'B
PEOTORAL BYRUP. I had been troubled wlthacough
and cold f or atvenl week sebad was U that I could not
sleep, 1 had th advlo and prescription frosa thrs of
the beat physicians in th city, whom 1 oould name, but do
not do so. I finally procured bottl of your Pastoral
Byrup, which cund me entlnly. , Signed, 1
. J. W. BialUNION,
23 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pt , Jan. 0, 1860.
"STOP THATXJOUOHING." -How cant do Itr "Go
to Keyser'son Wood street and get a bottl of hi Oough
Pectoial, and If that don't ears you, your case mast be
desperate Indeed" ' tbls Is a specimen of the oolloquy
on hean sin oat .very day In sold catching periods ef
ins yesxt sa w osn, sron swiusi experiment, oDesr
fullr ooncnr In the adviser' admonition asabev. forw
hav tried th "Paotonl." la assort stubborn ess, with
en tin snoots. Near two weeks ago wt went to Pittsburgh,
witn on 01 ins mosi aiaireaaing, ooninry, muiun, on.
tubduabl oough wa ever experienoed (Ino our advent
upon this mundanS aphen. We soughed steadily and
laboriously for on whole week, In hope ef tiring it tut,
but It was no go. In fact It sstmtd nthsr to bars Un
proved by practice, and to have acquired tnngth,poten
ey and ilUruibiiUy by th opentlon. In this sugeof
thealra, w son jhsd our way to Keyaar's, 140 Wood Bt.
procured fifty osnt bottl of th "Pectoral;" took It
according to direction, and in forty -eight houn we were
of tb field, th enemy bavins nneonditlonallv
surrendered, after a brief but unequal oonfliotwttb, so
formidable an adversary aa Keyter't famous ."Cough
Peetonl." Drwntvili CHpptr, Vtc. 14, 1850,
DR. RUBER'S PECTORAL BYRUP Is prenand and
sold by Dr GKOKQB H. EJCYBER. 140 Wood street.
Pltttburgh.Pa. y' ' l" "
UJ- Bold tn Columbttt by KOBIBTB BAMUIL.
A BTJRJFC (CUKE."
Prepared and sold by
M .;. ..I
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, Da. 0E0. D. KEY8BB,
.f 1.. . ,.. ,. 1 -140
Wood at., Pttteburgh, Ps
Price, 5 cents;
KT Sold In Oolumbui bj ROBSBId tV JAVUEL.
JA8. li. si'KJtB. , ,, , WM. H. ABBUBAUX
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
4, ,Jl )!. 'j ii 1 'J , -.v. j-.t.. ,,., sf -i
. f -IiABP!,,,,...,!, ,
PItODTJOE ' DEALERS,
" : 84 Merit, High Street, . .
. - eflrtT TTU llTf SB A1TTA
rr , . 1. s VIVJJsJJBKgSIVgJ VH1V
TTAVE ON HAMB AT WHOLIMf E
AS. aoi atniii m"i niArbsi unuusuiKS,
PLOCR, f ALT, TBA,, OOfPEB, BUOAR, TOBACCO,
BBOARB, Bra . Etc.' Our Block has been purchased la
(astern Ottte. during th Panic, - - , ; -
end rrrfrwiilrl fradesvor Will b to sffsv rndueenen ta fh
OASU VYSRS which r net exetled by any Hs ts
tnf Vityi ' " . sews
uki i,iaik' ea '-TVT.B'JCI. ' " '"''-''
Wkly. psf ysv-.t. 1 10
[From Chambers' (Edinburgh) Journal]
An Elevated City.
fl The vit snaoe of the-Untted Statcn of Amer
let, and the prodiglon bnmarj force provoked
everywhere into exercise by the almost indefi
nite capabilities of the eonntry, have caused
many things which are bete seen on a small
scale, to assume, in me psn ui vuo worm, gi
gantlc proportions 1 Another ooDsrqaence Is, an
audacity in grappling with physical difficulties
each e the generality ef Brltteh eoglneers
wonld shrink from, even if supplied with ample
fund, to be nsed at dlsetetion. ;An American
is so much acenstomed to see wonderful things
aoootnDlished. that be becomes prepared lnste.ii
tanaouBly to enter upon n wnconrage projeota
whioh w should feel to be a huodred years
ahead of our present powers. " ; -
There is a city in the Weet nhlch even Amer
ican will sometimes advert to as something of
a wonder; and that la unicago, on L.ase micdi
gan. Yon enter, by a oapltal railway, an ag-
eiomeration of streete and squares, which p
pears not muoh lets in extent than the oily of
Dublin, and you are told that it all came into
existence since the uritian neiorm acc was
passed. ' '' : ' " V'-
' It is no rude collection of wigwams or log
houses, bat a city bi lofty and elegant struct
ures, with churohee, ' state-houee, and all other
suitable pnblle building'. Lone terraces Of hand
some mansions, iooklDg ont upon the lake, attest
tbtrpresenee of a Wealthy and luxnrioos class of
Inhabitant.' 1 Well, there was nothing of the
kind there in 1830. When the history of the
spot is traced fifteen or eighteen years further
back, yon And that it then boasted of nothing
but a trading station with a small fort. The
writer was introduced to a middle aged citizen,
and learned that bis wife has written an Inter
esting book on the romantio peril which she
vnderwent'iB ber girlhood, a daughter of the
sole merchant here trsfflcing with the Indians.
More marvelous still, there is now a university
far to the west of Chicago one graced by ttany
accomplished professors among the rest, by Dr.
D B. Reid, long known in this country as a
teaober of chemistry, and as the superintendent
of the operations for regulating the tempera
ture of the House of Parliament. ' "
This city had grown up (0 be the dwelling
place of 100,000 inhabitants, before the people
had well become aware of a radical fault in its
construction namely, that it had been built
upon the surface of a plain so little elevated
above the lake, that there was no proper out
fall for drainage. , Inconveniences were ex
perienced, and groaned over mildly, as usually
happens when Inconveniences appear irremedi.
able; but they were inoonveoienoei, nay, dan
gers to health and life, for all that, and when 1
at last some one said they might be remedied,
the sense of their Importance was freely ex
pressed. To cut short a long tale -the muni
cipality gave ear to a scheme for elevating the
olty through vertical space to the extent of from
four to ten feet, acoordiag to the seeds of va
rious districts, by which it was shown that good
drainage might be secured Her he would be
a bold engineer Indeed who should bethink him
of such a process aa possible) but it does not
appear that the man who proposed to hoist np
Chicago was looked upon there as any thing ex
traordinary. The' writer, when at Chicago, in
October, 1860, conldugather little more than that
be waa aversunot the ore of-Brown. ,Tbe
business was quick set about, for the Americans
do not, like us, consider ana tain 01 in one eeu
tury what their descendants are ; to accom
plish In the next. Unco sa tuned that it was
the right thing to do, they to use one of
their favorite (hrases went ahead, and did it:
I should rather say, they began to do it; they
began, and are now going on with it; lor as
Rome was not built, so neither could Chicago be
hoisted np, all in one day. The stranger visiting
Chicago at present finds himself moving along
streets of different levels; sometimes has to as
cend, sometimes to descend, a trap-ladder of a
few steps which strangely interrupts the pave
ment.' Nor may it be for a year or two to
come that all will be adjusted according to the
plan. ,. v v.-1. i . , ,-
, But tne process: now is a neavy nunaine
fa good sized bouse will be as much as 4,000
ton in weight) to be lifted? bow, if there be
means of merely lifting, is the rise to be kept
so equable that the walls will nci rend and
crack in . abort, go more or less to,, ruin?
Strange to , say, - the lifting is not only done
with ease, but Is done bo equably that no such
thing as a crack results, nor even so much aa a
flake of plaster falls from the walla. . And it is
not merely a single bouse whiqh. is so dealt
with, but whole blocks of houses, masses like a
side of Belgrave square or a section of Regent
street,. th faot, being that individual houses
are In general so oonnected with others, that It
is seldom or never tney can be elevated sing
ly. . : ... , ,.. .
1 To give some idea of the "boose raising busi
ness," t a local journal styles It, let at note a
few particulars ot what' was done with a block
of buildings so lately as April, I860; Belt
premised, this block extended im feet in length,
with a breadth of -front 140 td ninety, ' and an
average height' Of seventy feet. . It Included a
large bank, and eight other massive structures,
the basement story of which was divided into
thirteen shops. " The entire weight was esti
mated at 35,000 tons. Three firms contracted
for the, work at $18,000, or about 3.500, engag
ing that for any damage that might arise, they
slant would be responsible. -' It was also ar
rangedand this is perhaps tbelnost surprising
feature of the undertaking that there should be
no interruption to the business of the various
concerns accommodated in the building, '
L The first step is to scarify away all the ground,
or fabrio of any kind around the base of the
building; supplying, however, provisional gal
leries and gangways for the uso of the' public
during the process 'of elevation.' .; Then the
earth is dog out from ' under a portion of the
foundations, and strpng beams inserted,; sup
ported by rows of jack-screws set together as
olosely a "possible. ' When this Is properly ar
ranged, another of the foundations Is removed
in like maimer, ana so on tin beams witn lack-
screws are under every wan or the mas of
buildings.' In ease of the block la question,
there were In all 6,000 sorews employed,"",', '
. The next is to arrange tor putting the screws
into sctlonJ To every ten a man it assisned.
furnished with a crow-bar. At the signal of a
whistle, he turns a screw one fourth round, goes
00 to another, whioh he turns in like manner,
and so on till all are turned. 1 ne screw having
a thread of three-eighths of an Inch, the build
ing bat been raised jt fourth part of that Space
throughout, or exaotly 3-321 part of an inch.
The wnistie again sounqs; eacn crow-bar is
aeain applied to its series of ton; 'screw, and a
similar amount of vertical movement for the
whole building 1 accomplished. Ana this op.
eration Is repeated till the whole required ele
vation Is accomplished. I have a laree litho
graphed print before me, In which wa sea the
block in question, with its base laid bare', ko as
to show the range of workmen operating upon
the screws, while the shops above are all in full
business, and the oarriage way displays Its or.
dlnary crowd or coaches, wagons and foot pas
nencer. if there were nothing; nartionlar do.
Iniron. When the desired elevation ii attained.
the beams are one by one replaced, with a sub
structure " of masonry, and the lavement Is
restored on the new level, in this .case, the
elevation of four feet tight Inches" was ac
complished In five days, and It Is stated that the
ooat of new foundations and pavements was for.
ty to fifty thousand dollars. . The. block, whioh
wsa full of inhabitants, contained much plate-
glass, elegantly painted walls,- and . many dell
rata thlncs: but not a cane was broken, a eartl-
cle of plaster or -paint displaced, nor piece of
furniture iniurea. 1 oe wrueraeems 11 not eu-
Derfluout to My, that be saw and partly Inspect
ed this mass of building, ' and certainly found
rmthlnf that Could have led him to surmise that
it had originally rested on a plain nearly fits
fuikmlAs itm nramt 1av1:-'-'-'-' 1. : ' '
. Let ss English people ponder on these heroic
undertakings of our Amerioan cousins. They
are well worthy of Imitation. ' It Is the misfor
tune of many of onr oities that large portions of
tnem are omit on ground so little above toe lev.
el of an-adjtcent riven as to be imperfectly
arainaDi .- eoutnwark is a notable example,
and Bclgravla, with finer buildings, is ho belt
off in this important repeek-, Sanitary eoaald-
vation point ont bow desirable In these eases
It Is that the bulldlnc should bs rslas.il a. fear
feet. , Chloago, a town of yesterday, scarcely
yet 10 oe neara 01 in .geogrepnioai gazetteers,
aas snowo mat ic can oe none, ana, compsra
lively speaking, at no great expense, ;
A Great Railway Swindle—The Case of the
Great Western of Canada—Astounding disclosures.
1 Clotures. l.v. svt-... - v.v. .-.
From the' repoit of the Committee' of the
Ureat western,. Lanada Kailway, we make
lewextraota 1 1 -.-.- 1; t-
The transactions detailed by the Committed
are in some instances of sb unquestionable a
nature that it is recommended that "the best
legal advice be at once bad as to the proper pro
ceedings to be Instituted against the persons
concerned." -.' - .. ; '' '
Among the persons whose conduct is serious
ly impugned Is Mr Samuel JUlog, late Secre
tary to the Treasury of England. The commit
tee refer to the "extraordinary faot," admit
ted by Mr. Laing himself, that upon the 000a
sion of the issuing of the prospectus of the
Hamilton and Toronto: Railway, in 1852, that
gentleman, while acting as one of the Trus
tees, bad a partnership agreement with Mr.
Wytbes, the contractor, by whioh the profit or
loss upon the contract was to be shared between
With regard to the issue of freeland shares
of the Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad, (in
1856,) through the aeencv of the Great West-
era Directors, tho report states that the sob
soribers to the shares hav been grossly deceiv
ed by the Detroit Company, "the land promised
never having been legally at the disposal of
the company." With regard to the loans of
150,000 and 100,OQO made by the Great
Western Company to the Detroit and Milwan.
kee, the committee observe 1
"Mr. Bridges wrote a letter to Mr. Gill, the
chairman, urging bis views, aud intimating there
were a few matters Mr. Gill and his colleagues
ought to know, 'hardly worthy of being officially
alluded to,' hoping the director would like the
arrangements for the outlay of the loan, and
staling that the Detroit and Milwaukee directors
bad authorized payment of sgency expenses in
London to the extent of 2.000. to be naid out
of the loan, and of $400 to the office, as sug-
a.,tj k M n 1 1 .1 1 ;
uir, vureu, iuu mumming nis expec
tation that Mr. Gill would shortly be able to ob
tain for the Detroit and Milwaukee Company
another loan of $100,000 from the Great West
em shareholders- This letter appears to have
had the desired effect, for on the 26:h of Janu
ary, 1858, the directors met and resolved that
the arrangement made by Messrs. Brydges and
Reynolds was the best that could be made, ars
quite satisfactory to the Board, and fulfilled the
requirements of the resolution of the share
holders, and that the same be confirmed, and
Messrs. Brydges and Reynolds thanked for their
exertions and abilities. The day following the
director met again, and resolved that the out
lay of the loan bavins; been tatisfnctoril ar
ranged, Mr. Brydee' letter to the chairman be
taken into consideration, and that the sum nf
JM,4UU voted by the Detroit and Milwaukee di
rectors out of the loan to their oompany, be ap-
prupnatea 10 remuneration to tne members of
the Loodon Board and the staff at the office for
past services in conducting th final business of
the Detroit and Milwaukee Company, sod ta.
vsrtuus dckmuuohb relating to it; ana Sir. Uill
received 71Q; Mr. Govan. Mr. Cullen. and
Admiral Laws, 430 eaob, the Secretary 250,
unuiuon.egiBierjr.iJU. . ; ,:
"With the exception of the interest on the
bonds, these douceurs would appear to have
oeen me nrsr, payment made by toe Great West
ern directors out of the loan. If further appears
that oo hundred shares, fully paid up, were
transferred by the .Detroit and Milwaukee di
rectors into tbe names of each of the six Great
Western direolors. (Four London and two Ca
nadian.) It would also appear that the neces
sary stimulus had been applied, by the Detroit
and Milwaukee directors to the exertions of Mr.
Brydees in obtaining; the loan, far nn th Qdth
of Deoember (four days before tbe date of his
eneotire letter to Mr. GUI) they voted that gen
tleman 4,000 for bis post service; such sum
was paid out of the loan, and, therefore, formed
a portion of the 'satisfactory arrangements made
y Messrs. uryoges ana Heyooids tor the outlay
f the loan.' In January. 1858. the Detroit and
Milwaukee Board was reconstructed in Canada,
Mr. Brydges being made president, Mr. Rey
nolds vice president, and the six Great Watrn
directors (four London and two Canadian) being
made directors.,,, The remuneration of the Lon
don directors was fixed at 1,000 . per annum,
and that of Messrs. Brydges and Reynolds at
5,000 per annum between them. .The London
directors charged the loan account with two
sums of 500 each, one in July, and the other
in December, iKs,ior two half-yearly payments
to themselves. . The loans bavins: been exhaust
ed, they were unable to pay themselves in 1859,
and Mr, Brydges says they asked him to remit
their pay, apa found fault with him for not hav
ing done SO. j ,-. . - ..:., , L., .
"InUctober, 1B5H, twelve months after the
date of the first loan, the Great Western Direc
tor obtained from, their shareholders a second
loan (filOO.OOO la amount) for the Detroit and
Milwaukee Company, a conoern , which their
own Secretary had long before described as
'helplessly insolvent;' and this time, it would
appear, the Great Western Directors not only
suppressed the knowledge they possessed of the
real state of affairsbut they ventured to tell
their shareholders they were happy in being able
to state that all difficulties bad. been sur
mounted by the energy and exertions ot tbe
executive in Canada,?! . , , 1 ,
Another development is as follows: -
"The committee also call attention to an ad
vance of 7,900 made by Messrs, Brydges ii
Reynolds to tbe Port Huron and Milwaukee
Railway Company; tbe money waa naid out of
the funds of the Great Western Company, and
the London Secretary, In a letter to Meters.
Brydges ec Keynolds, calls tbe advance 'unau
thorized and unwarrantable.' The monev was
paid in September, 1858, and the Great West
ern Directors have ainoo that , time presented
tbe bair yearly accounts to tbe shareholders in
a shape so as to conoeal tbe transaction alto
gether.',' , .ii. !- 9ii.;r .:'! ai -tin
. it appears tnat tne total eost or tbe main line
of the road has been 2,6v7,786 3a exceeding
tbe estimates by about jEi.OOO.OQO, and of this
outlay the amount expended before the opening:
of the 241 miles was 1,359,628 5s. 9d,; and
since the opening there has been expended tbe
enormous sun of 1,878,147 17s. 3d.i t;
Th following extract from the report shows
oarions stata w faetBs .o.itj 'jo ii,. d, -it
"The published accounts show a net nrofit
from the opening of tbe line to the 31st of July,
j.oou,oi jcoju.ou ii. oa., aiter oeauctingwotk
log expenses, interest, on bond. Ao , and rex
newal of rails, sleepers, bo., 82.847 4s 7d, snd
compensation for accidents, 62,093 7s 3i. it
would appear to have been oonaidered a very
5 real point to commence paying dividends In
uly 1854. The proceedings of Mr. Brvdces
and Air. Baker, in so making up the aownnta as
to Justify a dividend of 6 net cent, at that time.
are well worth the attentive consideration of
the shareholders. . Ia the, same statement the
accountants enter, into a detailed account of
sums amounting to 321,071 lis 0J, Improperly
treated as revenue ia . tbe different half-yearly
accounts up to the 31st of July,, I860. - They
also state that up to the same time, In addition
to tbe amount expended ia renewals, tne turn ot
133,490 should hav been provided nodes thai
head out of revenue. Tbe accounts prsented to
the shareholders would therefore appear to bars
been systematically fallacious."
'r medical Parcxswea.x ,-,
PrjRK BRANDDIKb. WINES, COHDUtB, AND Bit
Vint, from 'Bonded Warehouse " ' ' , .
- ' ' '- '" ' 1 VS. McDOWAtD,' '
. aavST .i'.'M-.ii 'KMt South High ttreet. i
AlA KSKi c TMtSKAO ft,AJt$ Mis TS
of stossnl ewalitt lor Ladres.sieo, Klaeee' Mitt
a treat variety t(I, i vy' j-:( aixiAIi'aV
aairK3 . -
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w.i ,u?;v,. . it ( ! . ( IN. . i ! f ':,
d;i .'.0 1.'! ; i r .! vn. -.,;!, '. 1 -v ;
'i:''i ' 1 J rys
KN APP & CO.'S
U ; i'r..,, ' ;.i' ;', ; :,i. i, -'; ;
v.',V; NEW STORE. ';. '
From and after this data we shall ,
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTYFIVE PER CENT,
IN ORDia TO H4XI KO0H V0S OUS .
Our assortment ia still good,
... : ... - -.'..IV'.-'.- .
and it is known to every
one that our
TP O G
: CONSISTS Of." '
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
' .'SO DO NOT FORGET . THE
. ; CHEAP STORE Or" !
KNAP P & O O . ,
SOUTH -HIGH STREET,
, , : , u n i o .
S Ton of Featlier and 60 Ton f
" ' . Bsigre Wanted.
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Kid Gloves. Misses Kid Gloves. A complet ssaortsnsnt
o( these celebrated i loves always tor sal try
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fobS? - . . -. v. .No.S9SosthBlnh.tr.
'. ' t Oo-Pattaership.;
I BATE THIS DAT 4DHI1TTED Wf
toa JANES ADOSR BAIN aa partner In my busl
teat, which will htnafter be conducted anderth arm
of Bain Boa. " P, BAIN, 39 south Ulu Ht. .
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HEtTIS? AND COXtom HPEH ' -do.
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ct7 , ,, ' ' - . MN.HlghStsaot.
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ROYAL QUARTO DICTION iPX
the latest-Tie UrffistTait.
Tbe nat Bailable, ktasilLwA Ass.
thorltf f tbe EasleikLK0oM
, Stm Mu4UrXmiHtUmuaef' CltlX
J'IHE BEST INaHSH PWlpS'SMr?-'
"II. or. anwards of a fiiud'iweV Tiwui sxr.it.
whots iBnlUfsriotts.assoit ad sWlvatanaav tSfreaMr
win was, sense spaiunf ,as prenuneuuucv as Urtmlf
set befor the y.v it -.. ... r.r r".r.ivn
!.';' ,' V ' ' '. toetoap;GMiri)l&.
Stad th Ztecliloni of tht Umtitft of Oiii'Aiit
Skachtfi Auoetatton. .-. .-nr-rr
The nnderdrned, member of rh Ohio 8W oi3hevs
issoel atlon, adopt and aim i as la tea.J. ins;, writing
and speaking, th rhotTapy a 'prosuaelatloa f
Woroester' Itoaal Qaarto Dlotlowrf. a4 ws saost oer
dMry reaoatsiinS tbe saM relleble tas4aria
thorily of th English language It is now writle nd
tpoktd. I.-,"-', r )..,. ..,)
Losrs Airrjaxws, Presldsn Ktuyos Oslkgav. 1. -.,
M. D. JLauocrr, Snpsistendni Baa lile Scbsal.
Thos. W. Ussvit. Snp't Haadloa tlBiou 8. ble.-,(
M. I. Oowbest. Snp't PsbHo Schools, Saodutxl. .
Jons Ltisoh, sup'l r-sollo Sohools, Clrolsvill.
8. N. Aroao, J? rind pel Ciersiasxi tsaaii gsnuw
ry. .. , ... , ,., . ....
War. Mrrctrnx, Snp't Publio Schools, Ht.TJnto.'
Jobs Owns. PrlneiDst SMts Norsssl SehooL Mlnne. .
sots. -. ' '
Orani Nasabt. Prlnefn.! VanptSi TnSMnMjIats Rv-bnAl
H. 8. MatTis, Snp't Canton tjnion Schools'.
Kowm HrsAL, Principal KcHealy Norntsl Sckesl.
Bu T. Taftar, Prof. Hsthematies, Ohio Cnlrrlty.'
Wa. W. BnwAans, Inp'tTroy Union BohMk.. 1 -v. I
A. a. Boraws. Priasteal West Hlsh School, flier.
8. A. Nostos, Associate TrlnclMl BIsbBcbooL Cleva
laod ' . . - . H . a t.-.. ..-v-a
IirroDoas Btiili.o, Prlnelpal High School, Olevs,
lad. . . ...r '- ...lis
r. Don trros, Principal Cleveland Iuatllulo, v
J. A. GAaritLD, President of KhaoUs Isstitu:, Hi-
W. I IIaR(is. Prof, of Chemtttrr. Ohio Wealtvsn
Univsrtlty. . - 1 - : it : r,
H. H. BsraniY, Ms-Csinilsslonsr of Costsao) Schools.
Ohio. ...... "
Jakbs Hosraot, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln Collsgs.
Tho. IIill, Presidtnt Antioeh College.
0. W. 11. Cathcast. Prof. !. n BM,
8. 0. CacMSADsa. Prof. L an ma re. Blab SVLool.
Daytea. . - . - -.-i s, ;
B. M. BAastst.Bup'i Union Bcbsola, Ashloed, ' 7 t
Mor than Sim Htmdrid tr JVvMtfswtt f CblU-
gtt, Proftuort, Author and Jitingulk4i Sduea
tor,Kcn idord th abotmttmmU t ; -'
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES W OHIO.
Naiiitta Coixan "It It truly a marnificent work.
an honor to th. author, tb. publishers, snd th whole
country." President Andrews. ..
Oaio WtsuTA Umvasslrr It sxecsda s sxneela-
tlons. It will b my guide In rtbogrphy and nronas
elation, and will often b- sonraltsd by sm for lis seat
and accurals definitions.!'- I'rotldetit Thosspson.
W. B. IcLicno Coiunt. "Hevir bar naed
Webster's orthography, at a ssoeat saostlog of ear
racnlty.it wa decided to ebaare It to eonform so that
of Worcester' Royal Quarto DicUosorv." Presideet
Oarfleld. . :v.' .', .,
Wtrrsss Rxnavs CotLtot. ! ' And it worthy ol
eordlal approbaUon . "President Hitchcock. '
Ostauit Cou.10 "It nor than meet sav expecta
tions. I recommend it as tb standard authority la
orthoepy to my children sod my pupils." rreaideot
Morgan. , ., ,'
As-noca Coixaas. "I adopt ar.d airs to tse in teseh-
Ins. wrltlns and sooakljur. Uie orthosrranh snd aruBsew
elation ot Worcester's aoyal Qiarto lilctlooary."
"In all my Wrltlns. tneetlat-. and leschlns. X hav en
deavored to conform to the rules tor orthocrsohy sad .
pronunclalion u eoataieed in Worcester's Dictionary.''
Horse Mann, In tcsidsnt. ., , .. p
Kosvoa Ootisos, Saism-I ttrdisll txocen-
mond It as th most roliabl ttandord satborlty of tb
gngllsh lanruaeeas it It sow written and spoken."
Piealdent AndiwS. v
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO. -
From En. Anton Smyth, Commluiontr 0 Cbmmon
aeaoot ta vniOm
"Th Dlctlonarr la aa ImDerlshabt aaoaauaoot (o llio
laarning snd Industry of its author, sad aa asaor ts tb
world of letter. The mechanical execution Is far supe
rior to that of snr othtr Lei icon with which I ara ac-
P. XdmtyV tOomimtonT ef
tkXooU tn Ohio.
"The most reliable rtoaOard authority of lb bui-
Iiestdins; Newlapera of ObiO
. From tin Cltfiani Btrald f Month 88., au
Th orthography of th Worcester Drctloasrr Is that
Ku ujr wusw 11 uvi oil luuiur, 01 OISIUICUOB IB UlS
sonatry sad Cngland, and conform to tb snorsl tangs
of ordinary writers snd speakers. . . . ,
Whatever prejudice may bars (states' previously,
saraful ttndy of thl volume will invariably a sallowed
by s warm appreciation of Its gnat merit, sod a deslr
add It to th well sshwisS library, bs it large or arnli,
It is a library In Itself, and Will remain aa. Imosvisha.-
bl record of tbs learning of Its sompiltr. ' "
from tie Onetmaa Commercial f AprU to?
Bemsrsorrsnrdsof shundrod .i1.i.iiiI
bid and indifferent whose Bnltifarioaa meanlon on
derivation, together with their correct spelling and prs-
uurjoiauou, oro set eiesriy serors us sys gb work M
nqnestlonably tb g rtet Thesaorns of Knglish Words
svsr published. . -J.. 1 C i..-w.i is
Evidently Wosumts' Rovai, Qua- lrxrriasub ti
not only th tost, oaf Vi nrrwrk of tte kind Mur it
mud, snd can by no possibility suSr by cosipariooa or
eontroverty i:, ... .3 )ii:i;;.'-t siBtiued SJl
..;-.;, a .from thJlaiaf Jioyta.: ,b
As to raoaawaiATioM. Woactsrva is ni Iturui
followed by our bast authorst in deflnlUOns bs leases
othlnf te be erslred, and In OtraooiLArai H Is suakKal
to say tnat woecsTsa ao bt safe. y followed. .- . , ,
IrTfiHAlfg jr RRsnh.
Htf. 1V1 BUf Jkttlvn BT., CLEVELAND, OHIO. ' '
..ssatB i'-' .v-'' J.'-' . t-l r.-.-!r ,MrjrxCC
Our OmohTCbtS, Bttrtmtt, In flu.
oassj, any motion or&rmu bm
Jhroat JUUet th Hawktmg Oough .
QtntumpUon MrvnhHti, atstViW
sno, and WiovTArt'f)oii4 ffss
ttrtmfflh to th voie of
.. stud SINWEUH. ... .,
Pew are aware of th importance of check In t Couih.
er "Commoa CoMn In it Srrtsojgej that wttich in tb1
bstlnnlos would yield to a mild rerawdy. If aeglttteaU
aoonsttscks tb lung. "BroKn't Bronchial Truclu
oentslnlnf dcmnloant ingndlecuv allay JPulaiotiary sad'
DroBobiaiirrtuuoB. ; . , ,,, 9 m
BROWN'S I That troubl in my Throat, (fir. which'
th 'Iroch are a spool no) baviag sasd are-
JBOCHJIB often a sstre whisrcret tyftfofjili
BROlTl'S "I recommend their Bsc i Pcswc sscajs
!t." . .
BROWN'S HoAkirf." j
SUeV. HERAT W1KU VltdHIS."
TBOOHESl 'Almost instant relief ia the dlsuresinti
.-. 1. . BKF-A. O. EGJLarON.j,'d
"Contain no Oplura or. anything Inlurl.
foa" . - 11 ... V fR, A AiliAifc. -''
A slmnle ani bleaasnt eomblnaUoa for
ICoosas. As.'t' i: .-ut ! .i.-. ant
., pa, . a. gtlfjKLOW,
"Bene&clsl la BsoscwmS.". - 3 , ' , re
1R. I. V. W'.lANB, .
io-ijiKsi i rc.i.i,iut '- josfsar
-I hsv prond them xrlnt far Waosrk
mo Oocam" ........
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"Benelolal wheS eoBDellfd fe speak, uf
fering from Coin." .,,... !, v.-w
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. .-'..!.... i ,.; . .. .. at UuiA
Errtt-TUAt In removing Hoarsanea aod
IrrllAtlonof thsthnat, so eoauaoa wl b
.1 iK1;-A0T-JOHHS05 ,
L Vnme. Sa.,
Teacher of Music, Soulhar
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Oreat bentftt when taken WrY.re sod after
preschlsg, s thayaaevoat sleararaesst En)
ineir pasituect, 1 mins iney wiu so 01 per
raanent dvant( to me," " ' ''
RKVi a. ROWLET. A.H... .
BBOWN'S ' . Treslii.nl ol Athens College, Tenn,
TROOBES jnfgoid by sll Druggist at TWENTY
f IVE CSSTB A BOX.J2 "
' H ROBERTS BAMOBli. ' I' -n-M
.11 Droevist. B4 Hoith BlgbstrstV ivu
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mar7-dodlm, , . t rfvi ni, --B,,J
fflat 8t7Sj0lRH 1 ttV-MV H'1 V
X alosingnp bW old buii..K at once, ri u..t
sll rwrson having ansettl-.l aeeountg en his taut arte
glv tham bamedlatestteation.
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