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y0t;VIIrN0. 292. NEW SERIES.:::"' ' COLUMBUS. OHIO, WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY 15, 1861.
IIZ DOLLAES PEBTI1B,
, Inyariably in Adranet E ;
1 USUI 111
11 I J I J
- m m v r a v s a a. m a v r sr r.v
DAILY. TM-WEX&i kSD WEEXIY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
ITfBIISHl Bl AKD FBOFBIITOBS.
D" Offles Sot'. 86, 88 and 40, -forth High It.
terms invariably in advance.
Oally "' ' ' ' $8 00 ptryesr.
" Ey ih Carrier, per week, 18) seats. ' v
W-Weekly. , -, , f ., ,, 8 00 per year.
Weekly, - . 1 00 "
ermn l
Advertising bjr qmura
ne iquare lyeai...20 00
One " (l moi.thi 18 00
One " 6 month IS 00
Jne " 3 month! 10 00
On ' S months'' "8 00
3d " I month. 9 00
One iquare S week. .4 00
On " ' Sweek..- 3 00
On , " 1 wek... 1 75
Oik " 3 day... 1 00
On - " Bday... ' 75
On " 1 Insertion SO
Displayed utvertlitmenta half mor than th tboT
riitei. , .
AilveitlaemonU lmded and placed In th eolnmnet
Knecial Notleei," doubU th ordinary rattt.
A 1 1 imtlcet reqqlrw. to ht puhliihcd by law, legal rate.
If ordered on the tnildeexcluilTeiy alter inenraiweea
per cent, mure than th abov rate; but all noh wll
imiiMir In the Trt-Weeklv without chanre.
Builneu Oanli, notexoeedlng At line, per year, ln
ile, 9't ,vi per line; outside f j,
Notleei of tneetlug, charitable ocletlef, fir oompanle,
fcc, half prlfe. , .
All tranirhnt odvtrpUitmmit mutt 04 puiaor in
A'lntifwjt 'T rule will not berarled from. '
Weekly, aaaie price a the Dally, wher the adrertleer
lie the Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
re both need, then the charge lrtb Weekly will W
a l r tlie ratce of tne uauy
No adTertlaement token except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A. B. 8IMKIN3,
Attorney txt Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
OlBoe AiuW BnlldlDg, eppoilt Oapltol Square.
oolumbub, omo;
Machine Mannfactoring Company
VI jT you UU O W M VVVVM
i.lf
Ji
MANuracTiniikf or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Caitintni, MUl-OearlBg, Maehlnery.
i albo,
LetllxoAdL w oris.
or Knar DtsciurTiOM.
COLViriBrjs, OHIO.
0BA8. AMR08, Bap't P. AMBOS, Trea.
deoll, IW-tt
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to IndiauaDolis without Change of Cars
and but One Change of Can between .
Columbus and St. Loulfl.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM-
BUS.
FIRST TRAIN.
(Dally, Monday excepted.)
NI0I1T KXPKK88, via Dayton, at 8:4S a. n.,top
plng at London, Xnla, Dayton, Middletown and Hamil
ton, arrlYtngatCinclnnetl at 8:J0 a. m.i Dayton at S:
a.m.,IndiauopolUat 10:48 a.m.;tt. LouUat 11:50
p m SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., topplng at all Sta
tion! between Oolumba and Cincinnati and DaaiOD, ar
rtrlng at Cincinnati 11:03. m. Day ton at B 15 a. m.,
lDdl"opofS;TfilRb TRAIN.
BAY EXPRESS, at 8:30 p. m., atopplng at Alton,
Jeffenon, London, Charleeton, CelarTill Xenia,
Burin Valley. Corwin, Morrow, Deerfleld, loittr'a,
Loveland, Millfordand Plalnrllle, arrlrlng at Olncin.
naU at 7:20 p. m.i St. Loui at IS m; Dayton at 5:35 p.
m. Indlanopoluat 10:38 p.m.
leeplnir Curu enaTl Nlftlit Train t
Cincinnati and indTanapoMa.
UAGUAUB CIIECiTeD TIIUOTJOH.
lor further Information and Throogh Ticket-applj to
11 ! DOHBKTit
ticket Agent, Union Depot, Oolnmbna, Ohio.
" , aCw. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
JiNO- W. DOU1SRTX
jU13 Agent, Oolumbua,
SOMETHING NEW; ,
- . ..j
HOWARD & GO'S,
AMERICAN WATCHES.
CALL AT NO 63, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examine our new mak of
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by B. HOWARD k. CO , Boiton, Man.
Tbeu Watch ar far perlor to anything rrer offend
to th publlo, heretofore. Uaring th xoluilT igency,
I oan ell them at prloe to ull th time. I bar Jutt
noalred a large atook ot i. , .
AMERICAN WATCHES," . .'..
nanufaotand by AtrtETON, TRACT, At CO j alto, a
fine aiaortmentof i .-,
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Gold and Sllrer Catei, at Panic price.
JulS3 V. J. (AT AOS.
Just Beeelredt ::"
-inn iif. en okcen and black
1UU TKA8 1(K) bagaprlma Rio Cone. .
ISO pocket old Dutch Qorernment Jara Ooffe,
16 bag Ceylon OofTee.
BQObbl. itandard White Sugar, confuting of Pow
drad. Ohruihedt Granulated A and B Ooffeen
50 quintal George Dank Oodfltb. ' '.
80 bbli. Met and Ho. I Mackerel. , r :
6 tea. Plok Blmon... t ''.' :
lOObx. Layer Kln. ti
ftt hf. box do ,' . do ('!
lOOqr. boa do do .
lOO M Cigar), uinereni sranua ana grauoe
noy7
WM. MoDONALO.
M.
C. LILLE Y
in.
And :Blank-Book Manufanturer, ' '
I0BTH KIOH RBXR, COLTJKBtll, 0BI0
atarll-dly
; FAMILY FLOIIU,
TTTHITK WHEAT BRANDED ,'. '
f rom " Bamett Mill," Springfield, O th beat brand of
Flour brougni to our merw. Baniraemn gaarantaoa.
lor eale only at ' ' mouonaLD'B, . j-., .,i
ot ,,10fl South High trt, i
ALEXANDRES KID GLOTES.
A II aliea and colon luit openod at ' BATHS.
" THH MCTUAI. LIFE1 1
h P- u-i, : :
y. B. WutTOii,:Prildat. , wIaA0 Aaarr,8erUry,
net Caab. Aaaeta, Febrnary 1 1601
00,000,000.74. -
81CJWT COMPASS. IS SOS VSITXD, 8ZATJC91
Try All th Profit artdlrkled among th larandQI
AppUoatlon and Pamphlet oan b had by applylnf to
FRED'K J. FAY, Aourr,
vpeater's Balldtof , 111 toath Blgh Itreet
WOBOESTEB'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
i i. - : r ....
Tho LatestIho Largest Tho Beit,
The Cheapest Beoaoio the Sett, t
; - J'-: J ,? r
The mtcat Bellal Standard Afy
tbarlty ( Ik Enfllab Language."
' 8U$ MiHdrtit Eminent RXvMtort if Ohio,
"TBI .BIBI XNfltian DICTIONARY IXTANT."
r . T ' Library iltn pxryvhtrn
"He i ar upward of a Hundred Thomaod Word,
Who mnltifariou meaning and derivation, trthr
with tbali correct eoelllng, and yronunelatioo an clearly
et before Ihe '' -
Oinotnnati QmmrMt
I -
Head th DtcltUm of th Mnibert of th Ohio Stat
I 2achr'i Auodation.
Th undtntgned, member of th Ohio Stat Teachera'
Aawclation, adopt and aim to nee la teaching, writing
and (peaking, th orthography an pronunciation of
Woroeattr' Reral Quarto Dictionary, and w moat cor
dially noommend It a th moat reliable ttandard an
thorlty of th SnglUh languan, a It I now written and
poken.i ' ' "
Loam AnDwe, Preildent Kenyon College.
M. D- lioorrr, Boperlntendent EtneaYtlle School.
Tbo. W. lUavrr, Kup't Manllon Union Bchooln -M.
V. Oowoxat. Bop't Puhlie School. Banduaky. ,
Jona Ltkob, bop't Public Bcboole, omtavllta.
- B. M Baktoid, Principal Olerejand femalo Bemlnv
ry.
Wn. MiTcaau. Bon't Public School. Mt. TJnlon.t !
ik Oooaii, Prlnelpal Stat Normal School, Minn'
ot . , i - -. .
Ok ' 1 Niaon, Principal Fourth Intermedial School,
vincmnati, . ,;,
H. 8. Minna, Sup't Canton Union Schoola.
Bdwim BxoaL, Principal MoNeely Normal School. .
Ku T. Tarraif, Prof. Mathematlc, Ohio Unlrertlty.
Wv. W. Koward, Bop't Troy Union Bohool.
A. O. Horxiire, Principal Weft High School, Clere
Und.
8. A. Noaxon, Ataoelat Principal High School, Ohrr'
Unit . i-
. Into boa Stirluio, Principal High School, Clere;
land. ' - ' ' '
R. f. Houirron, Principal Olereland Initltut.
J. A. aaaruxn, Preildent of Rlectlo Inttluil, Hi
ram. W. I. Hiaau,Prof. of Ohemlitry, Ohio Weeleyan
TJnlreriltv.
H. II. Biaxrr, Ez-Cmmlalonr of Common School,
unio.
Jim Mowaoc, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College
Tho. Hill. Preildent Antloch College.
O. W. It. Citbcixt, Prof, atathematie, High
School, Dayton.
B. 0. Caonaicon, Prof. Languag, High School,
Day ton,
B. M, Biairn, lup't Union School, Aahlend.
Mor than Sim Hundrtd other Prtttdent of Co!U
get, Proftuori, Author and JHtinguthd JCduca-
tori, hat enaortea th abov tmtimmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MaaurrTa Cotxtoa "It I truly a magnificent work.
an honor to tho author, th publiaheri, and th whole
ountry." rreitaent Andrew,.
Ohio WaeuTAnUmvnnTT.'It exceed myaxpeebv
tlon. it will M my guide in ortnograpny ana pronnn-
elation, and will often be eoneulted by me for It neat
and accural dennltion. freaident Thompaon
W. a. Iclxotio CoLtaoa. "Heretofore w hay need
Webeter' orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Facnlty.lt wu decided to change it to conform to that
ot Worcester' Royal Quarto Dictionary." Preildent
uarnaia.
Wiirni Rnxxrx Coilioi. "I find It worthy of
ooraiai approbauon." rreeiaeni uiicdoock
Oanun Ootitaa. "It mor than meat my expect-
uona. i raoommena ( a tna atanaara aumonty in
orthoepy to my thildren and my pupil." Preildent
Morgan.
Awnocw Ooutoi. "I adopt and aim to n In teach
ing, writing and apeaklng, th orthography and pronun
ciation of Woroeeter'a Royal Quarto Dictionary."
Preildent BUI.
"In all my writing, ineailnr, and teaching, I her en-
dee ro red to conform to th rule for orthography and
pronunciation a contained In Worcester' Dictionary."
Horace Mann, lata PreeldenU
Kaxr on CouaoB, QaHam. 'I mot cordially reoom-
mond It a th moat reliable itandard authority of th
nglleh laoguag aa It la now written and ipoken."
Fiealdent Andrea.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO..
From B. Anton Smyth, Oomnitilontr of Common
tictooi tn VMO.
Th Dictionary I an Imperhhahl monument to th
warning and Induitryof Ita author, and an honor to the
world of latter. Th mechanical xeeutloa w far eu pa
rlor to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted. .
From Son. R. B. Barney. ECommiimer of
School in Ohio.
"Th moit rellabl itandard authority of th Ua-
WHAT TH
Xjeadlna Newpperai of Ohio Bay.
Irom th Cleveland Herald oj March 29.
Th orthography of th Worcester Dictionary I that
uied by moat, If not all, author of dlitinetion in urn
country and Ingland, and oonforma to th (encral ueege
of ordinary writer and ipeaker.
Whaterer prejudice may hare exlited prerlonily, a
careful itudy of thl yolnrae will lnrarlably be followed
by warm appreciation of It great marlta, and a deilra
to add It lo the well eioica unrary, oe it large or
It 1 a library inltaelf, and will remain an lmpertfha-
ble record of th learning of It compiler. - -
Jrom th anoinnati Oomnuroial of April SO. .
Tier are unward of a hundred thoueandworde wood.
bad and Indifferent who multlfarlona meaning and
derlrationa, together with their correot tpelllng and pro
nunciation, are let clearly before th eye. Th work If
unanea ttonably th grtateat Tbeaaurui of Eugiian worai
rer publlahad.
Irom th Cleveland Plaindalr of Sept. SO, I860,
lyldently WoacnT' Roth Qdauto Dictiokait U
not only th but, but th trr wor of the kind ever ti
nted .andean by no potaiblllty (uffer by oompartion or
ooutronray.
Irom th Toledo Blad of May 29.
A to rBowoxcuTtow, Woaenrxa n tw Staitoaip
followed by our bait authori; In deflnltlona h leaTf
nothing to be deilred, and In 0THOoerBT It 1 lufficlent
to fay that Woacarrn can be aafely followed. -
IHGHARI it BRAGG,
Fnbllahere, Boakaellera 4c Statlanere,
NO. 101 BUPBBI0R ST., 0LHVILAND, OHIO,
mail)
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LLEE INSURANCE . COMPANY,
OF
; 3NroT7Cr4arlC, 3ST- T. '
Dividend Janaary 1 180145 Per Cent
ABUTS
1,81S,554 50,
1661'
,3,tO,581 39
i Statement January 1
Balance, par itatament Jan. lit, 1600..
ReoalTed for Premium dur
ing th sear 10 S A13.003 w
Beoeired for Intereit during
th year 1800 Bis.eu is .-
Total rolnl for lTO0....t97T,0S7 74 M -
Paid Claim by Dth,807,040 00 - i -i . ... v I
fold Pouoie unn- . ,' (.. i - r, ... ,
dered 4U1U ;,..., , ,.,.-
Paid Balariea, Poit- , ,t ' , -, . , .;,.-:
age, laxea, x-
change, ete...-.- J1JK0 5 - . - . ,m...,
Paid Oommlaatons to - n ..,.-,.,,,
Amu 61.3? 30 , , .. .. .... ,
Paid Phyiidan' feel. I.ouo 75 . -, , s.:,
PaldAnnultlea...... Ull 00.-: i .,. ,A- r
Paid . Dividend! dur
ing th year ....1G6,00 75 5C5,0B1 S3 ., ill.BTB H
Mat Balano January 1st, 1801.........
ABSITS. ' "
S3.81S.558 W
Caih on hand ' 16,6284 19
Bond and Mortgage on aeal
litalo, worth doaoi an
amount loaned. B.327.641 68
Premium Notea, on Pollole
In force, on ly drawing 0 pr i v i
neat. Inter. - !Jf79,P64 17, ... , ,
Real Iitai W.8VS 87 I J i
Loam on Borlp . 6,931 44 . ,
Premlumj, Notea and Uuu, In ; ,
00m VI HMUIUIHIVII,,,, , I
J i : r
foUl Aw Is
$3,810,556 SO
7,575 PollolM la fore, loiurlng...'. vtS0,420538
1,435 new Policies have been tuned during (he rau.
After a careful calcnlatlon of th preeent Tl ot th
ouutandlna Pollcieaof th Company, and harlcg the
woeaeory awtotml In reierr . therefor, th Dtieotor
SaT declared a Dmnnta of 45 p' oent. on tho rraml
ume paid at the tabl rate, to all pollcie for life In fore,
leeaad prior to January 1. 1860, payabl according to th
preatnl role of the Company.
aiw an Hindi of Lite Contingencies, rnpot-
aM,Blateauola, d AppUoaUona, will b furnlihed
wiTaqpjt onaaaa, at th Ottl.osPf Alnls ol Ih Com-
1 P5T l- r'ATTntSON, Prildnt.
, J - MTIf;J?-fHovii8,yioPridMiu
Bill J. O.MILLRR. BeomUr..
B
liflAOllBD
UKKTimc -inn
BULB.T1NGS, all wld the, of moat Mletjrated aaakaa.
aowplTaroa la g re teat van! sad at very law arioaa.
4 BAIN Sa UOH, ,
apilll . Ko. rJSoaUiHigiiitr.
...... .f -A. a) t.r-1
, i ( :
TIBKI.
....... S 00
pally, par year.
'Tm-Weaklr.Mrfear.
...... ..... '9 w
Weekly, rryi. 1W
Divided Opinion at Montgomery—Some for an
Aggressive, Others for a Defensive Policy.
'
The ! MontttomerT i eotrespondent of the
Charleston CourUr. wiltlns on Mav 1. savs Jeff
Davis in very anxious that the Canltal of the
C. 8. A. should be transferred to Richmond,
while th Secretary of War and a majority ol
tba Cablaet oppose it. He also writes i
The question now raised here, beyond a doubt,
is not whether we should simply remain on the
defensive, but whether we ehould not at onoe
assume the position of aggressors, "Transgress
the borders," is the motto of a large portion of
the Congress, though very many are disposed to
bait. The more determined, however, enter
tain no idea of holding back for aggressive
steps by Lincoln. The only question they raise
Is as to I the policy of attacking Waeblogton at
once, or letting it remain (or the moment, and
concentrating their forces upon rniiaaeipnta. "
Those who favor the latter course urge tba
reasons, end I must own they-areuOgent? In
thelfiretclaceTftiev sav that, notwithstanding, the
fact that Washington may be In an admirable
state of deiense. still the troop) defending it
bare enlisted bnt for three months. Many ol
them, ttartlcnlarlv the New York regiments.
are disaffected, and after their term o' enlist
ment expires they will retire and go home.
rrovlslons are scares, ana tne city is completely
surrounded by enemies; so that after what food
now on hand is consumed, the plsce will be
come an easy prey, and its capture will be ren
dered doubly sure when we have a force not
oply South of it, but to the Northward.
.'Though the Congress has done very little or
nothing at all in open session, 1 am assured that
the usual diligence and energy has character
ised its secret sessions, Committees to delib
erate upon suggestions thrown out by the Presi
dent in his public and secret message baro
been appointed, and in some instances have al
ready reported back to the Congress practical
methods whereby to realize the views of bis
Excellency, the Executive. I learn that active
measure have been taken lo raise the ono hun
dred thousand volunteers recommended by the
President, as well as to raise five millions more
of money, though I cannot say that my in
formation Is correct.
First Blast of the Northern Bugle.
The New Orleans Bee says: We plead guilty
to the charge of havine. In times past, talked
confidently of, and trusted implicitly In North
ern conservatism. The fact is, the proteased
advocates of that particular tm expressed them
selves habitually so warmlv in favor of the
South, scouted so loftily the idea of coercion,
and advocated with so much apparent sincerity
a system of conciliation and concession, that
thousands of Southern men were completely de
ceived. There is no doubt whatever that an
opinion prevailed among us that if Lincoln
should attempt to make war upon the South, the
conservative men of the North would over
whelm hla Administration, and by timely diver
sions would extend aid and suocor to us. It was
thought thst the thirty thousand anti-Lincoln
majority in New York olty would act substantia
allv with the South, or at all events would ex
hibit Its genuine sympathy with that section by
declining to take np arms In behalf of the Fed
eral Government. There were not wanting
among us, too, numbers of shrewd and experi
enced oitisena who calculated largely upon tne
commercial ties and Identity of Interests be
tween the South and West, and who believed
that Ultimately Ohio, Indiana aiid other States
In that quarter would be glad to unite their des
tinies with those of a Southern Confederacy.
How the first blast of the Northern bugle has
blown away these bubblee of the imagination!
Furnishing a Flotilla for the Mississippi.
CHICAGO, May 7, 1861.
T the Hon. Simon Cameron, Secretary of War,
Wathmgtons
DiaaSia: We are the owners of six Steam
Togs, which we are using in towing vessels in
and out of this harbor. We send a list here
with, with a brief statement of the cower of
each and slxe. It has been stated frequently to
us, that they would answer for gunboats very
well.! We believe they are urgently needed at
Cain at this time. They can all be taken
through the Michigan and Illinois Canal, ex
cept the McQueen. Tbey are in profitable use
here but any of them, or all of them, are at the
service of tbe Government, wanted. They
are all built very strong. The "Surges,"
"Rumsey" and "Union" are new boats. The
Union will not be ready for sea before the last
of next week, unless we put a double set of
bands at work upon her. l he muirord and
Chase are five years old, but they are sound.
The McQueen Is very powerful tug, and the
fastest boat known on tbe Lakes, can stand any
sea, and can stand anything else that anything
elsecan stand. We can deliver her In the Chesa
peake Bay in twenty days from the reception of
orders. The others can be at Cairo In about
ten days (perhaps five to eight).
The present owners will either or both go with
tbe boats, If wanted. Your ob't serv'ls,
SOLOMON STURGES.
REDMOND PRINDIVILLE.
J
Lion Tamcm Van Amsoso Wanti to Tame
JxrnasoN Davis- Vsn Amburg, tbe lion tamer,
waa traveling tbrough Talbot county, Maryland,
last week, with his horses and menagerie, when
he waa warned by a friend to turn back, as the
rebels had formed plans to seize his horses, of
which he had one hundred and twenty, shoot bis
wild animals, . and destroy his property. Van
Amburg hastened to Pennsylvania, where be
encamped with his property, He now advertises
that he will give tlOOQ to any one who will
take Jeff. Davis slive, pledging himself, if be
gets him In his keeping, to furnish him with a
bran new cage, and take bim tbrough the coun
try on exhibition as a traitor, whose turpitude
second only to tnat ot Judas ucariot.
Fm i m
HTWs find the following In the columns of
the New Yotk Expnm
Gen. Twiggs considers Mr. Buchanan's de
nunolatlon of bim, just before he left Washing'
ton as a personal aUront. tie, therefore, ad
dressed a letter to Mr. Buchanan, after the lat
ter had retired from office, dated EastPasca-
goula, March SOtb, holding him personally re
sponsible In the following language:
" X our usurped ngnt to dismiss me trom tne
army might be acquiesced In; but you had no
right to brand me as a traitor. This was oer
sonal, and sAaU treat it as tuck, not through
the papers, but in tsrsea. I shall, most assured
ly, pay a visit to Lanoaster, for the sole purpose
of a cerfonai (nfervOts with you. So, sir, pre
pare yourself. 1 am well sssureu that public
opinion will sanotion any count I may take with
you." " ' -' "
The Win ansis or Baltihoxi. Thomas
WInans, of Baltimore, has written a letter de-
nvlng tbe statement thst he had ever tendered
the halt million loan reported to tne insurgents
and declaring that the assertion in regard to
manufacturing steam cannon lor tnem is equal
ly unfounded. With regard to tbe casting of
cannon, balls and grsps shot, ha adds, the as
sertion is so far true that the same establishment
was, with others in Baltimore, employed by tbe
Oitv authorities to furnish those articles, when
they believed that the peaoe of the community
reaulred military aid. For this purpose tbe au
thorities made an appropriation of half a million
dollars. , .,
i ' "
A oonoeited coxeomb asked what apology
he ourht to make for not being one of a parly
to which he had a card of invitation. . "Oh, my
dear sir,", replied lbs wit, "say nothing about
iUTOuwwenevMalssea." ; ,
'" '- All that gives health promotes happiness,
ana all that gives nsppiness promotes neaita.
J I Ilv
Notice to Volunteer Nurses.
WaaniMnroH. D. C. Mav 6. 1861 .Persons
devoting their strength and experience on free
terviet as nurses In , tbe military hospitals, for
the care of the sick and wounded, are very re
spectfully requeattd not to present themselves
immediately ai neaaquarteri, i uiuKwu
Clte.1 bnt to aend forward, oolleotively, from
towns and cities, tbelr names, ages, whether be
low or sbove thirty years, and places of resi
dence, and at tbe same time indicate the period
for wbiob tbey determine to devote themselves
to, this entirely selt-saorincing, laoorious nr
rice. It Is also earnestly requested that all who
nurnoBe taking un acduous duties, and who are
not now fullv Qualified, should take some prao
tlcal Instructions In nursing, and report them
selves tbrough ths physicians and surgeons of
their town or city. These suggestions are
tendered to spare confusion and expensive jour
neys. At nresent there is general good health
In the armv: if eoidemioa appear, or serious
conflicts ensue, it will be needful to summon
voluntary fret tenia nurse fll en htur't notice
8uoh will, therefore, please bold themselves
ready for active duty.
In Christian ser
D. L. DIX.
.. -'I'
- Be it known to all wholm it may concern, that
the free servioes'of Miss D. I Dlx are accept
ed by tbe War Department; and that she will
give at all times all necessary aid in organising
military hospitals lor tne care oi an sick or
wounded soldier i aiding the chief surgeons by
supplying nurses and substantial means for the
comfort and relief of the suffering; also, that
she is fully authorized to receive, control, and
disburse special supplies bestowed by individ
uals or associations for tbe comfort of their
friends or the citizen soldiers from all parts of
the United States. .
Given under the seal of the War Department,
this twenty-third day of April, In the
rear of our .Lord one thousand eight
sial. hundred and eixty-one, and of tbe In
dependence oi me united states tne
eighty-fifth.
SIMON CAMERON.
Secretary of War.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMILY GROCEWES.
No. 106 South High Street.
win. Mcdonald,
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL "HEIR VARIETIES.
Dally rriwal
For the Full and
of Goods
Winter Trade
Of .186061
TTTHETlJIlNISiO SINCERE THANKS
TO THE PUBLIC for put fkTors and patron-
age. and being DETERMINED to MERIT
aeontlnnane of aunt by atrlet attention te
trade, and prompt delivery of Goods,
I would call th notice of th publlo to the fact that
having .a Large and well Selected Stock on
hand, and being Uf daily receipt of good from th differ
ent market, I flatter myelf that I oan offer to th dtt
ien of Oolumbua, or to any who may deiire to purchaae.
an aatortment of artlolei appertaining to the 0R00IRT
trade, UN EQUALED by anyhoua In th olty.
Tbe. prloe and qualltj ot th good offered, I guar.
ansae to give Ulsfactlon. a
Goods Delivered Free of Charge.
noY&7. wu. Mcdonald,
THE
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
HAVING A CIROUtATION .
liBOEB BT SEVERAL THOUSAKBS
Than any other paper In Ohio, outiid of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
' Which CANNOT PAIL to bring ' I
Speedy and Remunerative Retnrne
To tho who take advantag of them.
THE WKEKLY STATESMAN,
Distributed a it is through erery Poit OBSo In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronage I valuable, and who seldom eee th
Dally Xdltlon of elty jonmali; and a only
A Limited Eumber of Advertisements
'Are Inserted In It eolumns, appoprlately and
HAWDOOMEtV WSPUYEP!
THXT OAintOT tAO. ro ) .
Lttnaot .ttezxtlozi
- Of ALL I " -I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising In ths WEEKLY STATESMAN will Sa
It advantagoui In '
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almoit oertain to follow an extensive dlnemli
; atlon " knowledge of their builne
AMOSO COTTUTRY DEAXEE3 1
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED I0S
The "Weekly Statesman
; Should be handed In before Friday noon.
SUNDRIES.
TJIARINA,
. TAPIOOO,
' Arrow Root,
Bcotoh Oat Meal
' Spilt Pea
Chocolate .
Broma, ate.
Soda
Prune
Vreah Tomatoes
A.
Bago
Rico Floor '
Pearl Barley
Cracked Wheat
Coco
Cream Tartar,
Figa
Seed teas Ralalns
Peache
Oraan Corn
Freah Cann'd Fruit of every desortptten;
Jellieiof allklndi;
Flavoring Extract or an !?
Oom Dropi; Mixea vandiea
Almond, Filbert, Pecon Nut,
Bngllah Walnnte, Braail Nuti.etc, '
i i - WM. MoDONALD.
noST"
NEW HOOP SK.IBT. .i .
No. 39, SOUTH HIGH STREET. '
Have Just received a new make of HOOP SKIRTS
finished In a manner fat superior to any yet Introduced
for .:: ':
DURABILITY AND GRACE? uLN ESS.
mh 33.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
J GOODS. . ,.
Novelties In Nck Ties and Saarf.
" Byron and Oarrote Collars,
i Kmbroldered Pocket HaDukerehlefs--i-
Parts Kid Qlevea, superior make. '
fioldra Hill Bhirte, various styles , ,.
Boya' Golden Ulll Bhlrte, do .. .
Driving and Btreet eioves, do
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, vartou style. ;
Half Ho and Under Garment, .
, . , BAIN A BON,
eprlU ; . No. South. High itreet.
STELLA SHAWLS! STELLA
SHAWLS 1 1 In all desirable oolon, and at vary
great bargalna, . A in a BON,
aprtIS No. W South High street,
MINK MUFFSi. VIOTOBINEB and CUFFS we are
now Mlllng it very low prloe, alio all other klnde
faaiuooebi fun.-
PETE BANE.
iosi.
No-M South High rt.
MANTLE BAHAGESt BOTH
V V Whit and Slack, Jost noeivtd, at ,
BArim;
Sli)
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
puniPiEit.
Tke Greatest Remedy Its Tne World,
AND THS '
MOST DELICIOUS
AND
DELIGHTFUL
CORDIAL
EVER TdKEN.
IT IS STRICT
ly a (olentia and
Vegetable Compound,
procured by th distil
latlon of Root. Herb
and Bark, Tellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Bartaparllla, Wild
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enter Into 1U
Wore Taking,"" wmwAlterTaWiig.'
principle of each Ingredient la thoroughly extracted by
my new method of dliUlllng. producing. delicl-na. ex
hilarating aplrit,and the moat IHFALLIBXB remedy for
renoratlng the diaeaied lyatem, and tailoring 'Jie eick.
utrerlng and debilitated INVALID to 11KALTII ana
BTRXNOTH
MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENING ,COK.
i - D1A1. "
. . Will effectually core
LIVXR COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA. JADND101.
Chronic or Nerroua Debility. Dlaeaee of the Kidney:
and all diaeaae arlalng from a dlaorderel Liver or ftom,
ach, Dyspepiia, Heartburn, Inward Pilea, Acidity or Sick-
new of th stomach, Fuiinee or uiooa to tne nee.i, uun
pain or iwimming in tne neaa, raiv-nanon oi ine aean
Fullnen or Weight In tho Stomach, Bonr If uctitloni
Choking or luffocatlni
orVellowneaaof the I
feeling when lying down. Drenei
kin and lye. Night Bweata, In
ward lerera. Pain In th tmall of the hack, cheat or aide,
Sndden Flnahei of Heat, Depremlon of Spirit, Frightful
Dream, Languor, Detpondency or any Nerroua Diaeaae
Sore or Blotch on th Skin, and Ferer and Aim (or
Chilli and Fever.)
Over a Million of itottlea
Hav been (old during th laat six month, and in no In
stance hai it failed in giving entire latiifaction . Who,
then, will lufferfrom Weakness or Debility whan Mo
LB AN '8 BTRKNOTHENINO CORDIAL will euro yonl
No language can convey an adequate Idea of th Imme
diate and almoit miraculou change produced by taking
thl Cordial in th diaeaied, debilitated and -nattered
nervoui lyitem, whether broken down by exoeie, weak by
nature, or impaired by (ickneaa, the relaxed and anatrung
organisation if reitored to It priitlne health and vigor.
MARRIED PERSONS,
Or othen conaclCiui of Inability, from whatever can,
will find McLean Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of th lyitem; and all who may hare Injured
themaelve by Improper indulgence, will find In the Cor
dial a certain and epeedy remedy
To tlte Ladles.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Ii a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menitruation, incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of th
Womb, Qiddinea, Fainting and all Diwaie inctdne t
Female.
There Is no Kistake About it.
Suffer no longer. Take It according to Direction. It
wlllitlmulate, itrengthen and Invigorate yon and oauaa
th bloom of health to mount your cheek again .
very bottle la warranted to give eetitfactloa.
FOR CHILDREN.
If your children are alckly, puny, or afflicted, McLean'
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robuat. Delaj
not a moment, try It, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE,
Oaotkw. Bewar of Drngglita or Dealer who may
try to palm Bpon yon om Bitter or Bartaparllla trash,
which they can buy cheap, byaayini Itiiluita good.
Avoid inch men. Aak for McLean'i Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing elaa- It I th only remedy that
will purify th blood thoroughly and at th aam time
strengthen the system.
una muieepooniui laxen every morning raaung. II a
oertain preventive of Cholera, Chilli and Fever, Yellow
rever, or any prevalent aiaeaae. ii u pm ap in urg
bottle.
Price only II per bottle, or e bottiei ror 13.
J.H. McLlAN,
Sol Proprietor of thl Cordial,
. A Uw McLean V oirenic Oil Unlmena.
Principal Depot on tbe corner of Third and Pin (treat.
St. boat. Mo.
McLean's Volcanio Oil Liniment.
Th beet Liniment In th World. Th only aafe and
oertain on re for Cancers, Piles, Swelling and Bron-
chttli, or Goitre, Paralyil, Neuralgia, Weaknee of th
Mueclea, Cnronio or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Btiff
neaa of th Joint, contracted Muaclea or Ligament,
arach or Toothache, Bruieea, Sprain, Wound, Fresh
Out, Ulcers, Fever Bore, Caked Breast Bore Nipple,
Bum, Scald, Bora Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
ne difference how (ever, or ho long tho diaeaae may
hav existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment Is a oer
tain remedy.
Thousands of human being hav been aaved a Ufa of
decrepitude and misery by the use of thl Invaluable mod
em. :
McLEAN'S VOLCANIO OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almoit Inttantaneouily, and It wll
clean ae, purify and heal th foulest sores in an lnoredl
ly abort time.
For Horses and other Animals.
McLean a celebrated Liniment Is the only safe and re
liable rented for the euro of BpavLn, Ring Bon. Wind-
gall, Splint, Unnatural Bnmpi, Nodei or Swellings. It
will never tall lo our nig xteaa, rou vu, ii.iuia, via
running Sore or Sweeny, If properly applied. For
Sprain, Braiie), Scratches, Sore or Wound, Cracked
ueela, Unarea, eauui oruoiiar uaiia it w u idiuidib
remedy. Apply It a directed, and a our Is certain In
every Inatano.
Then trine no lonrer wiu uiei many wnuim ijuji-
menta offered to you. Obtain a aupply of Dr.. MoLaan
oelebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
j. II. JTicLlSAN f sole rropneior,
Corner of Third end Pin Street, St. Loot, He.'
For sale by all drugglit.
For eale by R0BIRT8 A 8AMTJXL,
augSo-dltwlr Oolumbtu. Ohio.
t. o. Mccormick.
HENRY SHARKEY,
GILBERT
COAL MINING CO.
Quality of Coal Unexcelled!
THESE MINES ARE SITUATED
North of Zaneavllle,0., audORDEttS for this Juitly
Celebrated
Reipectfully solicited, and filled with PROMPTNESS
and DISPATCH.
MCCORMICK 6c SHARKEY.
ZaneivlllOtO.
Dr. W. E. IDE, Art.,
tolumbm, O.
ma r7tf
Baltimore Clothing House.
HJJ2SJ3 c3 UXsXJlVI,
I HAJiiirAOTnaias ado waoun-u malsw la
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(arrvrxu uuxtt add iowaxo,) ' , .
- BALTIMORE Md.
i Largs Assortment ot Pises and Furnishing
- Ooods Constantly on HandJ . .
OetfXSdly
"Wlllieaxxx A. G-Ul
i; COLUMBUS, OHIO ' ' ;
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
And Seed Store; !:'."' c
: malm in.;,, ,., ;;',';;
GENERAL HARDWARE;
HAILS, GLASS, SABH, PUTTY, CORD AOS, j -
On ma, Pletola, Wood Willow Ware,
, 1fhrand Rubber Belting, I no Leather, Boss and
, slag. ' ' ' '-'i eoMlf ..
, ladies' linen Pocket-Handk'li.
HEMMEBSTITCtTEDLlNEN HAND
kerchief. vry wld heme. "
lmbroldered Linen Ilandk's alt price. , '
Hemmed Stitched and plain do, do. ,,... , '
4a , do colored borders.
Mourning do '''" ' black borders ' "' ' " ;
do do new style croiUtchd.
, Pin Apple do awMrn.
SImm' Plain and Hammed Stitched do all rrloe.
Oomprlibig th molt seltot aatortment In tbe elty and
at lowest Prto. eain aun,
fcSi ' Ms. St loath autt Stmt.
d ,'".ii o,t'l ! ) 111
Ayer'sSarsaparilla
A compound remedy, designed to be the most
effectual Alterativ that can be made. It is
concentrated extract of Pari Sarsaparilla,
so combined with other substances of still
greater alterative power aa to afford an effec
tive antidote for tho diseases Sarsaparilla is
reputed to cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those who suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citiicns. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven by experiment on many
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints:
scuofula and scrofulous complaints,
Eruptions and Euuftivb Diseases, Ulceus,
Fixples, Blotches, Tumoiis, Salt Hheum,
Sqald IIead, SrrniLis and SvTirrxrTio Af
fections, Meiicubial Disease, Ditorsr, Neu
ralgia on Tia Doulouiieux, Deiulitt, Dys
pepsia AND IHDIOESTION, EuYSIPCLAS, ItoSB
on St. Anthony's Fibb, and indeed the wholo
class of complaints arising from iMruitfTY or
ma Blood. "r ' ' ' ' "
This compound will be found a grcnt pro
moter of health, when taken in tho spring, to
expel tho- foul humors which fester in tho
blood at tlint season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can, by
ths aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruptions and ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this through the natural channels of tho body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and sluggish in the veins ; cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
Eabulum of life disordered, there can be no
isting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsaparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else.
During late years the public have been mis
led by largo bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
tliey. not only contain little, if any, Sarsapa
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, end has become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rcscuo the
name from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresistible
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. Li order to secure their complete
eradication from the system the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions ou
the bottle.
PREPARED BY
DU. J. C. AYEIt &, CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, $1 per BotU i 81 Bottles for $5.
Ayer's Cheny Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown for the cure
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
it iS entirely unnecessary for us to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it has long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever haa been, and that it may bo relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
Foa tee cuhe or
Cosliveiiest, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Eruption and Skin Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt Iiieum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, as
Dinner rill, and for Purifying tho Blood.
They are sugar-coated, bo that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, nnd they are the
best aperient In the world for all the purposes of
family physic.
Fries 25 cents per Box ; Five boxes for $1.00.
Grcstnumbersof Clergymen, Physicians, States
men, and eminent personages, nave lent their
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our space here will not permit the
insertion of them. Tho Agents below named fur
nish pratis our American Almanac in which they
are given ; Willi also full descriptions of the above
complnints. and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure. '
Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayeb's, and tako no others. The sick
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it.
All our remedies are for sale by
ROBERTS A SAMUEL. Columbus.
And try Draggla ta and Dealers everywhere.
now: lya.twsw
J)0 YOU WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS7
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLINOHAM'S
CF.L1BRAT1D
StimulatiDgOngucnt,
For tie Whiskers and Hair .
Th eoDecribera tak p leaaure In announcing oth
Cltlsen ol tbe United State, that they have obtained
Agency for, and are now enabled to offer to th American
publlo, the abov Juitly oelebrated and 'world-renowned
article, xoe
STIMULATING ONGUENT
Is prepared by Da. 0. P. BELLINGHAH, an eminent
phyilclan of London, and Is warranted to bring oat
thick aet of
Whiskers or a Mustache
In from three to tlx week. This artlol I the only
of th kind nad by th French, and In London and Paris
It Is In unlvereal use.
It I a beautiful, economical, soothlnr. yet itlmulatlng
oomponnd, acting aa if by magie upon th root, oaaalng
abeautuui growtn or luxuriant nair. it appiieu w
icalp, It will euro SALoanw, and eauie to ipring up
place of the bald (pot a floe growth of new hair.
according to direction, It will turn Ki or Towr
hair bar a, and reator gray hair to" It original oolor,
leaving It (eft, smooth, and flexible. Th "Omoxnt"
an Indlipenwble article In every genlleman1 toilet,
after ono week's as they would not foranyoooeideratloa
to without It, - .
' The subscribers ar th only Agents forth artlol
th United Statee, to whom all order muit I addreaaed.
Price One Dollar a box for aala bvall Drain lata
Dealer; ora box of the "Onguant" (warranted to
the dealred effect) will be lent to any who deal re It,
mall (direct), etourely packed, on receipt of prlo
postage, f l.io, Appiy to or aouresa
, ., BORACX It. HXQXMAH A 00-,
..j.,, . aaoooisnr, A.," ,
. febaotAtaa . , A William Street. New-York.
-r
,:: ; nENHY KffiHLEH
(Lata of Phaloa's KttaMlihment, . T.,) Pnrietora
the New York Fashionable Sbavfeg, Balr Outtlng
Bhampoonlng, Curling and Drafting Saloon. laat Bui
-treat, aver the Poat Office, where atlifaetioa
b x'vea In all th varlou branch. Ladies
' Chllilrem' Bale Dreat-U Son in WIS beat Styhv .
11 JyW-ttl? -
I Hit Vl ,( if. .! tf.J)
of
a
a
the
a
one
uie
In
Ap
plied Ii
and
In
and
hav
by
and
will
and
:.i i
,
BEAIJTIFIJt.,
AND CHEAPER THAN EVER!
OTJR SPRING STOCK IS UNUSUAL
ly large and wall aa-orted. Th very latret pattern
from AMERICAN, ENQLldU and FRENCH Factor!.
GOIOTAPERS AND BORDERS.
Gold and Velvet Borders,
SPLENDID DECORATIONS,
J 1 ANDJ
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
Gold and Painted Shades,
GOID
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE,
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FKTUBES, all kinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
j BEAUTIFUL PICTURE3
AND FRAMES.
RANDALL & ASTON,
loosoTxtia. nignst.
COLUMBUS, O.
N. B. Landlord and peraooi wlahlng quantities of
Paper will mak money by buying of n. Country
Merchants and person from abroad will do well to call
and see us. aprll l-d3meodl R. AA.
I
NEW ARRIVALS
Spring & Summer Millinery.
The Stock Replenished
DAILY
FROM LATEST IMPORTATIONS OF
! NEW YORK.
MY STOCK OF
Spring & Slimmer Millinery
Is now compute, eomprlalng every variety of Millin
ery; alio, a Urge anortmant of Embroideries, Hoiiy
and Notions, Ate., and In quantities and prices that canj
noi ran to suit an who may favor us with a call. Th
goods have been bought at Panic prices, and will be o!d
at a small advance on cost.
MILLI5EEY.
MissM.E. YOUNO, late of New York C ity,
will superintend th Millinery Department. Ber long
experience in th moat Faihlonabl Establishment in
Broadway will alon be a warranty that she will be able
to give entire satisfaction in matter of taate to all who
may favor hr with their order.
Th ladl of Oolnmbna and vicinity will pleaa ac
cept my flDcere thank for their liberal patronage, and
l would reipeetrully solicit a continuance of th earn.
R. H. WARE,
68 East Town St., Colurubna, O.
aprll -dSm-eod
Irish Linen Goods.
WARRANTED FABRIC
Llneo Shirt Bosoms Plain and Fancy
Shirting and Boeom Linens.
Linen Sheetings and Pillow Casing.
Linen Cambric and Long Lawna.
Linen Pocket-handkrfs,allslse.
v. ,Llnen "welllngs and Dlapr
Lloen Napkin and D Oyllts.
Linen Table Clotneand Satin Oamaik.
, Linen Towel with eolored border.
Linen Stair Covering and Oraah.
Jforaaleat lowpncea.
BAIN A BON,
feb3 No. SU South Ulh eueeU
Our Couoh Cold, Boanenttt, Jnflu.
nei, any Iritatlon or Sormt of th '
. Ihroat UniM, MmUna Omgh
in Oonmmption, Bronheitit, Aetha
ma, and ttotatrk. Clear and aiv
, strength te th vote of
PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
and SINSiEUSi... :
Few ar aware ef th Importance of checking a Cough
or "Common Cold" in ite first itage; that which in th
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, M negleoted,
soon attack th lung. "Broun't Bronchial Iroch,''
containing demulcent Ingredient, allay Pulmonary and
Bronchial Irritation. , .
BROWN'S I "That trouble la my Throat, (for which
the 'TrocAe' are a ipeciflo) baring mad me
TROCHKSloften a mere whliperer." .1
. r. WILLIS.
"I noommend their tu to Pcauo srxAl-
BROWN'S
n." . . ,
TROOHXS
RBV. X. CHAPIN.
'Bav proved xtremlv aerrk-ahla far '
BROWN'S
BoAanNBM."
RKV. BXNRY WARD SESCHIR.
"Almoit Imtant relief In th dUtreeein
TROCHES
labor of breathing peculiar to Arrnm." ,
BROWN'S
KV. A. U. aUULSSTOW. '
"Contain no Opium or anything Injur!
TROCHES
oui." DR. A A. IIAYI8,
- Ohmit, Bottom.
"A ilmpl and pleaaant eomblnatinn for
BROWN'S
Consul, Ac",
TROOQEft
BR. w. . BIuKLOw, , ,
Boston.
"Beneficial In Bbowciittis.
: - h&.i. F. W.LANB,
Boston.
"I have proved them excellent fr wo 1
BROWN'S
TROCHES
BROWN'S
wo Cocoa." , i
KEV . H. W. WARRKN,
'" - ' Botton,
"Beneficial when aaaanaliiul in mk. uf-
TR00HX8
BROWN'S
ferlng from Com.' ' - 'l
troches!
. KV. B. P. J. ANVBBBUW,
St. Loni. ' ' '
"KrratTDAL In removlnc geareeneaa and ... i
BROWN'S
IrritaUon of the Throat, so common, with
SrCAxaa and Siawaaa."
TROOHESl
Prof. SrAOV JOHNBON -j ,
. . La Oramg,Oa.,
Teacher of Mualc, SoaUera '.'
r Female College. - , i , . ,
BROWN'S
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TROCHES
"Great benefit when take before and after .'t
BROWN'S
preacblpg.aa they prevent Hoareeneaa. From
their paat affect, I think they will be of per- 1
aianendvarUr tome." ,
RKV. 1. ROWLEY, A.af., " J
. '' " Preaident of Athena College, Ten. ''o
TROCHES
BROWN'S
TROCHES
JjBold by all Drugglit at TWENTY-
ROBERTS SAM OIL. . ,. .
Drageiet B4 North High street, "
S. B. SAMCKL 00.,
W South High strtM, Coleatma, 0.
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