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VOL. VII. NO. 293. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO, THURSDAY MOMING. MAY 16, 1861.
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1) 4ILY. TRI-WEffXLY AKD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
e V B L 1 8 HIBlASDi S 0 P B IX T 0 B 8.
ST Office Hoi. 88, 88 and 40, North High St.
TERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE.
Dally - - . . $8 00 par year.
" By iho Carrier, per -eolc, lift cents.
rrl-Weak)v . . . 8 00 per year.
Weekly, . . ; - . 00 "
a-rnm ot Advertising; by the Square.
naU;,ie 1 real. ..fO 00
One " 0 mot,tha 18 00
jne " 6 months IS 00
Jne " 'J months 10 00
J no - months 8 (HI
3ne " 1 month. 5 00
On iquare 3 weeks.
On " 1 weeki.
On " lweek..
On " 3 days ..
14 00
. 3 00
. 1 75
. 1 00
On " Sdays
75
Ou " 1 lnaertion 50
Displayed- ulvrrtlssment half mor.than th above
rate, i
Ailvettlecnienta leaded and placed to th column of
8iclal Notices," doubU the ordinary rates.
All uultcei requlrco to be jiublielied by la, legal rate.
11'nnlcrci! on the lusldeexclualvely after the flret week
per ctin;. more tlun the pbov rates; but all inch nil
appear In the Trt-Weekly without chaiye.
HualneaaC'arda, not exceeding Are lines, per year, In-
ile, 'i AU per line; pataide I-'.
Noticesof mcetiiina.charlLaiilcaoDletlM.flrBDomnunlea.
In'., hair price.
All transient atlnerttiemmii mutt b paidor in
i'lntnc Te nilo will not be rarled from.
Veekly, str.)o price as the Daily, where the advsrtlser
saatno weekly alone. Wher 'lie Dally and Weekly
are both uacd, then tli rharge lt-r the Weekly will be
a hi ui rau-a oi me unity
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A. B. SIMKI1I3,
Attorney at Xjetw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Ambus Building, opposite Capitol Square.
ooTiUMnus, onioj
OOXiXnVIXJTJEi
Machine Mannfactaring Company
Jo 1)0 0 I) U.C:Mfa!)?Gg
tuNDFAcnnuM or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
(Hating, JIU1 Gonjug, Machinery.
. . ALBO,
Xl.jallxofxca. W oris.
or ivtiT DiackimoH.
COLCmilCS, OHIO.
0BA8. AM BOS, Hup't
r. AMB08, Treu.
oeeii, ittun-ti
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to lndianaoolia without Change of Can
bod bat One Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Louia.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS.' FIRSTTRAIN.
(Daily, Mondays exce-ted.)
NIGHT EXPKK88, via Dayton, at 8:45 a. m., stop
Dim at London. Xenia, Dayton, Middletown and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.; Dayton at 5:4ft
a. m., Indianopolls at 10:4H a. m.;tt. Louis at 11:50
P'B' SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m., stopping at all 81a
tloni between Colnmbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:05 a. m., Dayton at 0:15 a. in.,
Indlanopollaaf 3;iiHp. m.
THIRD TRAIN.
DAT EXPRESS, at 2:30 p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Cbarleaton, Oedarville, Xenia,
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, Voater's,
Loveland, Millford and Plainville, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. m.; frit. Louts at 12 m; Dayton at 5:35 p,
a. ; Indianopolls at 10:38 p. m.
aileeplng Car on all Night Train to
Cincinnati and Indianapoli.
BAGGAGE ' CHECKED THROUOn.
for farther Information and Through Tickets, apply to
M. L. DOHKKTY,
Ticket Agent,. Union Depot, Onliimbns, Ohio,
E. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati,
JNO. W. D011KKTV
Jul3 Agent, Columbus,
SOMETHING NEW
HOWARD &.CO ' S.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
CALL AT NO, 63, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and examlna our new make of
AMERICAN WATCHES, :
manufactured by E. HOWARD it CO", Boston, Mass.
These Watches are far superior to anything ever offered
to the publio, heretofore. Having tbe exolualve agency,
I can sell them at prices to suit the time. I have Just
received a large stock of . w,
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by APPLETON, TRACT, tt CO ; also, a
flntanorbnintot ;
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Oold and Silver Cases, at Panto prices,
jantt W. J. SAVAGE.
Juit Bceelveil ' '
i A A HF. CH GIIEEN and BLACK
1UU TEAS 100 baga prime Rio Cone.
1 50 pocketa old Dutch Government Java Coffee,
15 bags Ceylon Coffee.
80'lbbla. standard Whit Sugars, consisting of Pow
dred, Chruahad, Granulated A and B Coffee. -50
quintals George Bank Codfish .
20 bbls. Mess and No. 1 Mackerel. 1 : ''
6 tea. Pick Silmon. . . v: , . -:
100 bx. Layer Raisin. ' ' 3 " ' '
60 hf. box do do . . ' '
lOOqr.boxdo " d ' ' v-' . .
10O M Cigars, different brandi and grades. ' '' -
nova? wm. Mcdonald.
M. C. LILLEY
And Blank.Book Manufanturer, ,
KOSTH HIQBT RBXBT, COLTTKBUS, OHIO
arll-dly . - . . .
FAMILY rLoju, , s,
TCTHITK WHEAT BRANDED
From "Barnott Mllls,"Sprlngfield, 0. th best brand of
Flour orougDt mi oar nnimi. naaenenoa auarantMd.
For sal only at . WM. MoDONALD'8,
nort7 ' 100 South High itrwl.
AEEXANDHES KID GEOVEH.
All slaes and oolors lust opened at ' BAINS,
deo.ll. No. IN South Bigh street.
THE MCHAL LIFE
IN$UnACE.:COMPAV
I. S. Winston, President.' '"Isaac Aibatt, Secretary.
Net Caah Aaaeta, Fehrnarr it 188 It
00,009,000.74.
bicoest compact Mtnsvinrss STATES 1
H3A11 th ProfiU an dialed among tb InsaredU
Applications and Pamphlets can b had by sppljlng to
FRED'K 3. FAY, Amnt, '
arpraUr's BuW.ln;U7iaonth' Sign Street,
apr.vdlra 1 - i
WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The Latest The Largest The Best,
, THe Cheapest Beoauso the Best,
Tbe Moat Reliable) Standard An
thorlty of the English Language."
Slat Hundred Eminent Educator of Ohio,
"THH BEST ENQLISH DI0TI0NAKY EXTANT,
' ' I IAttrary 21m Evtrychr
"Ilai are upwards of a Hundred Tnonaand Words,
whose multlfarlons meanings and derivations, together
wiiu men correct spelling, ana pronunciation ar clearly
wa uvioiw me ye. '
Cincinnati Commercial,
Bead the DecMont of the ITembtrt of th Ohio State
jtacntr Attootatton.
The Underatffned. tnemben of tha Ohln RIaIa T0anhAra,
Asaoclstion, adopt and aim to use in teaching, writing
ana speaaing, in ortnograpny ana pronunciation ol
Worcester's Koval Ouarto Dictionarv. and we moat cor.
dially recommend it aa the moat reliable standard an.
thorlty of the English language, as it is now written and
PUKCD.
Loam Andkiwi. President Kenvon Ooller.
M. D, Lxonrrr, Superintendent Zanesville Schools
iho. tv. iiaaviT, Hup't uaaailon Union schools
M. V. Oowoiar, Sup't Public Schools, Sandusky.
John Ltroh, Hup't rublio Schools. Olrcleville.
S. N. SiKroBD, Principal Cleveland Vernal Semina
ry.
Wit. MiTcnn.L. Snn't Public Schools. Mt. Union.
Joint Oudin, Principal Stat Normal School, Minn
tola.
Craca Nason, Principal fourth Intermediate School.
viDcinnaii. -
H. 8. Mat, Sup't Canton Union Schools.
Edwih Kaon, Principal McNeelv Normal School.
Jtr.i T. TarriR, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
Wk. W. Kowaros, Sup't Troy Union School.
A. a. nomas, Principal West High School, Oleye
una.
8. A. Norton, Associate Principal High School, Cleve
land
Tbiodori Stirliko, Principal High School, Cleve
land.
R. P. ITcmsTox, Principal Cleveland Instltut.
J. A. GaaniLD, President of Electio Institute, Hi
ram. W. L. IIarris, Prof, of Chemistry, Ohio Wesleyan
univerjiiy.
II. B. Barret. Ex-Commlaaloner of Common Schools.
unio.
Jamc Monroi, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln College.
Thou. Bill, President Antioch College.
0. W. H. CATHoaRT, Prof. Uathematlc, High
ccnvoi, vayion.
8. O. Cruhbaooii. Prof. Lanimaee. Illch Schnnl.
" ' '
B. M. barber, Bup't Union Schools, Ashland.
ilort than Sim Hundred other President of Coll-
(or, nave tnaortea tnt aoove sentiment.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Marietta Coluob "It Is tralv a mamlflmnt wnrlr.
an honor to the author, the nnhli.her.. anil thn whnlti
wvuoiry.-- -rreaiaent Aoarews.
Onto WBLtTANUNIviaaiTT.""It exceeda mvernecU.
Hons. It will be my auldo In orthocraohv and pronun
ciation, and will often b consulted by me for Its neat
ana accurate aennitlons." President Thompion.
W. R. ECLECTIC Colleoi. "Heretofnra wa have nwd
Webster s orthography. At a recent meeting ot our
acuity, it wasoeciaea xo cnance it to conform to time
oi Worcester Jioyal quarto Dictionary." President
uameia.
Western Errravi Coilo. "I find It worthv of
wwai Kpprooauoa. r rcsiaent uncncocK.
OberuN OoLUsb. "It more than meeta mv iTtiKl,.
lions. I recommend It aa the sUndard authorltv in
uruiuepy in my tnimren ana my pupils." r resident
worgaa.
Antioch Colleoe. "I adopt and aim tn una in' feanh.
Ing, writing and speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation tit U'riw... r. Unl A .. . t n
- v.wbh. HV.I l(IIRIW 1lUUVUWJIt' -
a-rvaiucai Ulli. 1
"In all my writing, sneaklni.and teachlnir. T hami an
dearored to conform to the rules for orthography and
pronunciation as contained in Worcester's Dictionary.''
jtuiaio niuin. im rieaiaeni. -
Kenton Oollioe. Omiire. 'I moat eordlall tnnm.
mond It as th most reliable standard authority of the
English language as It is now written and spoken."
rrcaiaent j&narews.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Ben. Anton Smyth, Commissioner of Common
acaoou to unto.
The Dictionary Is an Imnerlshabl monument to tha
learning and Indnatry of It author, and an honor to th
woria or letters, 'ine mechanical execution u far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted."
From Bon. H. B. Barney. Re-Commissioner oj
' acnooiM m ino.
"The most reliable standard authority of th lan
guage." WHAT THE
Treading Newspapers of Ohio Say.
Prom the Cleveland Herald of March 28.
Th orthography of th Worcester Dictionary la that
need by most, if not all. authors of distinction In this
country and England, and conform! to th general usage
of ordinary writers and speakers.
Whatever prejudices may have existed previously, a
careful study of this volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a deslr
to add It to th wall selected library, be It large or small,
It Is a library In itself, and will remain an Imperlaha
bie record of the learning of Its compiler.
from the Cincinnati Commercial of April SO.
Her ar upwards of a hundred thousand words good,
had and indifferent whos multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their correot spelling and pro
nunciation, ar set clearly before the eye. The work Is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
vr published.
Prom the Cleveland Plaindealer of Sept. SO, 1600. ,
Evidently WoacnTsVa Rotal Quarto Dictionary is
not only the last, but the best wot of the kind ever
aiwd.andcan by no possibility suffer by oompsrison or
eontroverty.
Proni the Toledo Blade of May 29. ,' ;. 1 ' '.
A) to PRONUNCIATION, WORCESTER IS THI STANDARD
followed by our best authors; in definition he leave
nothing to be desired, and in Orthoorapht it is sufficient
lo say that Worcester can b safely followed. - - .
; INGHAM V BRAGG, '
Pnbllahera, Bookseller cV Stationer,
NO. 191 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO. ;
mat 9
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT .
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
of . .
Dividend January-1, 188 1, 45 Per Con t.
A88ETB 3,81230 50.
' Statement January 1, 1801. '
Balance, per statement Jan. lat, 1800....'. 3,406, 583 39
Reoeived for Premiums dur
ing the "ear 18t0 763,053 55 ' ' "
Received for Interest during .
th year 1800..., 214,014 19
Total receipts for I860.. .. $977,1X17 74 ' i t.'
Paid Claims by Death,207,O5O 00 -. ., ,. ,
Paid Polkjie surren- ' ' ""
dered 41,111 20 . .
Paid Salaries, Poit- . , t . ; t ;.
ag Taxes, Ex- 1 ' '
change, eto.. 31,020 54
Paid Commissions to ;:
Agents. 51,305 30
Paid Physicians' fees. S.IMJt) 75
Paid Annuities 1,517 00
raid Dividends dur
ing th year 160,500 75 505,091 63 ' 411,978 14
Net Balanc January 1st, 1801
ASSETS.
3,8H,558 50
Cash en hand 0,G84 19
Bonds and Mortgages on Real .. ., .... .
Estate, worth double the ' " '
amount loaned 8,327,841 88
Premium Notes, on Policies
in foro,onlydrawing6per -
oent. interest. 1,879,864 17
Real Estate 90 .893 27
LoansonBorip..... 5,93144
Premiums, Notes and Cash, in ,
court of transmission.... 45,343 75
Total AsseU.
13,812,536 50
T,5T5 Policies in force, lnanring......ao,420,538
. 1,435 new Policies have been lsiue4 daring th year
After a earefnl calculation of th present value of th
outstanding Policies of th Company, and bavins? the
lneceary amount In reserv therefor, th Directors
"wjiaroi a dividend ol 40 peroent. on th Premi
um paid at th table rates, to all policies for life In force,
SJ.fiiJ.?",;r' lm Pable according to th
present rnl of th Company. ' ,
n Btaiim!li.,lln1i,(I'" ConUngwcln, ProspeoU
.!t-nni. .".'!. ITlloatlons, will be furnished
pany. , c ot Agencies of Ui Com-
' ' f0S,'ht"?WNVPr..ldenV
BINJ. 0.W1LBR, Be,tar YlP,5W,liW''-
a- a " aifi,3 H
. . . , "No, jZnte X
- March 98,1801.
' '. ' v" - - o.inmirlwbile:
Bli B A C M ED' SHEETINGS " AH
SHIRTINGS, all Width, of mo e7.brS! st
bow c flared In irtt variety and at very low prie
eprllSV
M OM, .
.WSathHnstiwl.'
-Ued,but
&)t (Blfio Statesman
IIBMI,
Dally, per year.
Trl- Weekly, per car.
Weekly, per year ...
..6 00
.. 3 00
.. 1 00
Literature of Gossip.
We extract a few passage! from an article in
The St. James Magazine, entitled the "Litera
ture of Gossip."
TWO KINDS OF GOSSIP.
The gossip which ia now in favor la always
the gossip of educated persona, who are able to
generalize tneir knowledge dv a large expe
rience, and la wide as the poles asunder from
thq tattle of the Dame Quickleya, Here ia the
original sort of gossip which has happily got
into bad odor the talk of a woman who, with
no power of thought, baa a great faculty of re
miniscence, and ia peculiarly fitted to chronicle
small beer." Itia difficult to select examples of
tbe opposite kind, they are so abundant. 1 take
tbe first that ocours to me, a story of Heideg
ger, who ia frequently mentioned in the corres
pondence of Mrs. Delany aa "the famous man
ager of the opera, and the most ugly man that
ever waa formed." As tbe most hideous of the
human race, bia portrait was many times engrav
ed; it waa in great request; and Lord Chester
field backed him heavily against all the world.
In hoperof winning tbe wager, an old woman
waa brought forward who waa considered to bo
atill more ugly. Tbe judgea decreed that Hei
degger waa tbe handsomer of the two; and Ches
teifield waa about to pay bia bet, when a sud
den thought struck him. He demanded that
Heidegger should put on the old woman's bon
net. The bonnet waa put on, and tho Swiss
Count appeared so frightful in it that Cheater
field waa at once declared tbe winner, That lit
tle bit of club gossip ia aa eujeestive aa it is
GOSSIP OF THE OLD.
Gossip ia most pleasant from the lioa of the
old. Their gossip ia all from memory, and
contains little or nothing of that batoful tattle
wmcn feeds upon surmise, and inventa where
knowledge ia denied. Their evil passions, if
tbey had any, tbeir envies and icalousiea. and
hates, have died away; and they bare a right
to revivify tho days of their youth, and fight
tbeir battles over again. Who would not have
hung upon the narratives of two such delight
ful companions aa Mrs. Delany and Dr. Alex
ander LarlyleY Both of them commenced
tbeir autobiographies: but tho former threw
aside tbe pen before she bad cone throueh
third part of ber life. What stories she could
nave told If she bad eone onl
A very atriking thing about old Carlyle ia this
that in hia old age be enjoyed not only the
poetry ct Scott and Soutbey, but was able to
appreciate Wordsworth. We all know hoar
difficult it ia for one age to understand, much
less to enjoy, the poetry of a succeeding age
now many oi toe 01Q ceODie WHO'S team hH
been formed in tbe school of Pope and Addi
son, were capable of comprehending Words
worth? When bia ballade made their first ap
pearance, the critical world rose in arms against
him ; and it waa only with tbe youn, fresh
minda that they made wav. It ia a remarks.
ble proof of Carlyle'a liveliness and vigor, that,
trembling on tbe grave, be waa able to relish
the new order of noetrv Introduced bv the I.ilcn
school. That ia one more evidence of the truth
which I insisted upon at the commencement of
this paper, that excellence in gossip ia only at
tainable by minda that have been highly culti
vated, and are capable of enjoying something
better than gossip. , .
THE GOSSIP OF SCANDAL.
bare confined ar remark m tha ,r,ni
lectual worth of cosbi'd and tha IntAllantnot
quaimcations or tnose who can alone excel In
the art. I have not aaid a word admit that
apeoiea or it wnicn Sheridan haa glbbctted in
tbe most celebrated or bia playa tbe gossip
which ia inspired by Ill-nature and I
curiosity, and Uvea upon scandal. I pass it by,
partly because ill-nature ia detestable, however
displayed, and it ia useless to hammer ontauch
truism; partly because tbe 111 nature and im
pertinent curiosity which sometimes degrade
guBnijj is inure uueu aa intellectual tnan a moral
fault. There ia a shrewd saying of Dugald
Stewart, that tbe want of benevolpnnn whih
we see in many people la not really the glen of
Rail I . O .
u uu ui a leeoie attention or a dull
imagination, and that if those whnm wa n
selfish only took time to think, and could exert
a uttie ranoy, eo aa to picture to themeelvea
the bidden Bufferings of those who appeal to
ueir puj, .uej wuum act more Kindly than
iney generally ao. Tbe remark ia capable of
a mucn Winer application, Insomuch tbat we
have lately seen Mr. Buckle inaiatinc nn it that
the kindness and gentleness which we now see
in tne civiiued world, tbe regard for human
life, the respect for a nelghbor'a feelings, the
horror of war, the tenderness for tbe very ani
mals, which are In atranee contrast to th BOi.
flshnesa and aavaeery of former times, am nnt
to be attributed to the aoftening influences of
morat anu religions irutns. Dut to the, Intnl.
leotuai eniigntenment and mechanical discover
lea which belong to modern history. If tbia be
an exaggeration, there ia atill aome truth in It,
and I advance it only aa an illustration of what
I am urging that the ill nature and Impertinent
vuiiumvT wmcn cuaveri cobbid into anannai.
lenity an intellectual even more than a mc.i
deficiency, and are generally tbe offspring of
.avMuuj, iguurnuuu buu uuunesa,
a
I
The Crops.
It is gratifying to know that in these time nf
war ana tumult toe crops of wheat and rye look
remarkaby promiaing, and the probability is
tbat of those grains we shall have an abund
ant harvest. Indian corn has only just been
planted In this latitude, so that it Is impossible
to predict results. It may, however, be truly
stated tbat the ground was never in better con
dition than now to reoeive that important
American eereal, and it would appear that any
thing short of an average yield ia not to he x.
pected. So with potatoes, peas, beans, and all
inds of garden truck and vegetables general
r." There is no greater blessine than an amnln
reward for the labors of the husbandmen, es
pecially as so many agricultural sona of Indus
try bare joined tbe army. There la everv
reason to hope that we shall enjoy tbe frnlta of
me eartu in oue season, ana in view of the ready
market which all agricultural products are sure
to find, during the continuance of onr national
troubles, every farmer should strive to make his
A
acres as productive as possible. Lancaster
Express.
tbe-wariaate, be i
so far so good; but it should not be fnnrnttfn
that while a couple of hundred thousand mnn
will be engaged in restoring the authority of
tun, taws, were win oe more iooa required to
feed, with less Industry employed in producing
lu It is not the mere withdrawal of tbat num
ber of persons from production which would be
likely to lead to soarcity, but in a time of civil
commotion the whole country is more or less
affected, and - the raising of armies seems to
have withdrawn the attention of persons to an
extraordinary degree from their farms. We
near tbat in many instances tbe farmers are not
filanting near tbe usual quantity of eorn, argu
ng tbat laborers will be scarce and their wages
high, and ptiees of produce so low, that they
will not be remunerated for their labor. This
is an erroneous view of tbe subject. As war
will put a stop, in a great measure, to manu
facturing and overemployments, laborer! mut
nna employment in other pursuits, and there ia
noinmg iney ean torn tbeir labor to. so cer
tain in its results, as in labor npon farms.
This will make laborers plenty and tend to keep
wages at a (air price. , While armies In the field
are consuming food, its price ia not likely to
ran very low-
'; It is possible that, for want of the usual era
Dioymeu.ia.iur uauitni, a
plovmenta lor capital, tbat all prices may re
the price of food, however low. will
relatively blah, and a
barret of flour will exchange tor a ; greater
amount ef dry goods and groceries than It now
doee, . The value, therefore, of farm produce,
respective of Its price, will be actually in
creased,' and the twiner consequently be better
naid than now . for hia labor. Let no agricul
turiat fall into the error of supposing tbat the
country will not need a greater amount of food
than nver while nasainn throueh its present
troubles. Every consideration of interest, of
patriotism, and of publio duty, demands of our
farmers that tbey should plant corn, and plant
It plentifully, ao tbat famine at least shall not
fo ow the calnmitv ot Civil sirue. rnuaatt
fhiaLtdger,
Edward Everett's Position.
Edward Everett concluded a speech recently,
at Roxbury, with tbe following eloquent words:
My friends, I deprecate war, no man more
so: and, of all wars, I most deprecate a civil
war. And this, If prosecuted by tbe South in
the spirit In which she baa commenced it, will
be what the stern poet of tbe civil wars oi Rome
called a btllum pluiquam civile' more than
civil war. I deprecate, more than I can ex-
Dress, a war with the Sourh, - You know my
political course. Logan, the Indian chief,
mournfully exclaimed: "fauoh waa my love for
the whites, tbat my countrymen pointed at me aa
tbey passed, and aaid, Logan ia the friend ol tbe
wmte man!" 1 have been pointed ac tor years
aa the friend of. the South. For maintaining
what I deemed her constitutional rightB, I
bave suffered no small portion of obloquy, and
sacrificed tbe favor of a large portion of tbe
community in which I was born, and wbicb,
Irom my youth up, I bave endeavored to
serve laboriously, dutifully, and affectionately,
1 was willing, while tins iu-tarrca move
mcnt waa confined to the States of the
extreme South, and tbey abstained from further
aggression, that they should go in peace This
course, I thought, would retain 'tha Border
StateB, and bring back tbe secedera in a year or
two, wearied and disgusted with their burden
some and perilous experiment, buch I under
stood to have boen, in substance, tbe programme
of tbe Administration, nut tbe bouth haa will
ed it otherwise. She haa struck a parricidal
blow at tbe heart ot the Union; and to sustain
her in unnatural and unrighteous war, ia what
my conacience iorbids. INvither will I remain
silent, and seo thia msjeatio frame work of gov
ernment, the nobleat political fabric ever reared
by human wisdom, prostrated in the dust to
gratify tbe disappointed ambition of a few aspir
ing men (for tbat Mr. Vico Piesident Stephens
bravely told bia fellow-citizens, last November,
was tbe cause of "a great part of our troubles"),
and thia under cover of a sophlstioal interpreta
tion of the Constitution, at war alike with com
mon sense, with cotemporary history, and the
traditions of the Oovernment; unsupported by
a single authority among the framers of the
Constitution, and emphatically denounced by
Mr. Madison, thoir leader and chief.
What then remains, fellow-citizens, but that
we should, without unchristian bitterness to-
wards our misguided countrymen, meet calmly
and resolutely the demands of the crisis; tbat
we should perform tbe duty of good citizens with
resolution and steadiness; tbat we should cor
dially support tbe government of the country in
toe diuicuit position in wnicb it la plaoed; tbat
we should cheer and enoouraee tbe brave men
who bave obeyed its call, by a generous care of
their families; and, to sum it all in one word,
come weal or woe, that we should stand by the
nag oi tne union:
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMttY GROCEWES
No. 106 , South Hisrh Street
a-
Wm. Mcdonald,
DEALER IN
FINE & STAPIE GROCERIES,
fW ATT ' fT r v T r A rTVTarrTT-r
IN ALL 'HEIR VARIETIES.
Daily rrival
the Ftvll and
of Goods
For
Winter Trade
Of 11860-61
O'KETUKNINO SINCERE THANKS
TO THE JPCULIC for past favors and patron
age, and being DETEH MINED to ITIEHIT
continuance otiama by strict attention te
trade, and prompt delivery of Goods
would call the no t Ice of the public to the fact that
having .a Large and well Selected Stock on
hand, and being in' dally receipt of goods from the differ
ent markets, I flatter myself that I can offer to thaciti
sens of Columbus, or to any who may desire to purchase,
assortment of articles appertaining to tha OROCERT
trade, I'NEQUALED by anyhous In the city.
The price and quality of the good offered, I gnar.
antee to irive satisfaction.
Good Delivered Free of Charge.
nov27. WM. MoDONALD
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Offers Facilities for Advertising
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SUNDRIES
TJIARIKA,
TAPIOOU, .
nago i Arrow Moot,
Rice Flour . Scotch Oat Ileal
Pearl Barley Split Peas ' 1 '
: Cracked wheat - ' ' Ohoeolat I J - . ;
'. Cnoo . ' '. Broma,ete.
Oream Tartar. . Soda ,
1 Figs " Prunes ' ' ' .' '
, Seedless 8 slain ' Fresh Tomatoes '
Peaches ' Qreen Corn 1 -i . .
Fre.h Oann d Fruits of (very dtsoripllsn; . - .
Jellies of all kinds; . - , . . .
i, Flavoring Extracuof all klrls. .
dam Drops; Mixed Candies; ' '
Almonds, Filberts, Peoon Nnta, ' , -English
Walnut, Braail Nuts, etc, ,
boq? t wit. McDonald.
MINK HtTFFSi TICTORINES and CUFFS w are
now selling at very low prices, ale all other kinds
lasnionani lure. , riia BiNl,
dsoxl. j t , . . N. SS South High st.
WIDE nAKTUB BAR AGESa DOTH
Wklna anil Rluk. Inat manj '
IT"
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and
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It
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
PURIFIER.
iue ureaien Heniedyin Ybo Itorld
AND TBE
KOBT DELICIOUS
AND
DELIGHTFUL
CORDIAL
EVER TAKEN.
ITISSTH1CT
ly a aclentiflo and
Vegetable Compound,
procured by the distil
lation of Hoots. Herbs
and Barks, yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Saraaparllla, Wild
Cherry Bark and Dan-
Utlll'U VllMJfa 1MI4I 1 L.
-....i,: r,,
More Takinju m""' remedial After Taking.
principle of each Ingredient Is thoroughly extracted by
my new method of distilling, pmriuelngi, delkl ua. on
hilerallng spirit, and the most INFALLllJLH remedy for
renovating the dlaeaaed ayatem, and realorlng 'hi aick.
Buffering and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH and
BTRENQTll.
flCl-KAK'S
TKKNGTHRNINl
DIAL
CO It
Will effectually cure
COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
Livin
JAUNDI01
Chronic or Nervous Debility. Diseases of the CMuera,
uu an uiseasus anaing irom a oiaornerej iiver or riom
son, Dysiiepala, iicartiiurn. Inward rilea. Ac i itv or Sick
ness of the Stomach, fullness of Blood to the HeaJ, Dull
lain or swimming in tne neat, f aiL.tatlon of the Ueart
'nllnessor Weiuht In the Stomach. Sour K illrlaliiin.
Choking or suffocatloarfeolinir when Mnvdnwu rirvr.i-..
orieuowneaaor me Burn ana Byes. Might Hireats, In
wira revere, fain in the small of the back, cheat or .Ma.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Depreaaion of Spirits, Frightful
vroaiua, uHDiiaur, icspouiiency or any nervous Disease
Sores or Blotches on the Hkin. and fever and A .ua fi.i
uniusana rever.j
Over u Million of ifottlce
Have been sold during tho last six months, and lu no In.
stance nae it railed in giving entire satisfaction- Who.
then, will sufferfrom Weakness or Debility ho.i Mo
LEAN'S BTKKNUT11KNI.NU CORDIAL wilt cuie you?
No laniruaire can eonvcv an aileonata Idea nt t,a imm.
dlate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
,uia vimuai m uie uiaeasea, aeniiiiaiea ana a nattered
nervous syatem, whether broken down by excess, weak bv
nature, or impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
Arirun If allnn la Ma 4 nana 4 in Ita t.lat!A V. l.L
vigwiiaativu em ivswibvi W It 'liailUU UCtalMI BUIl VlgOTa
lUAIt ICIKD FEKSONM,
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever i-ause,
will find McLean I Strengthening Cordial a tharourh
regenerator of the system; and all who may have Iniured
uiemaeivea oy improper imminences, will nod In tbe Cop
qiai a certain ami spceoy remeuy.
To tbe Lndlca.
McLean's Strcngthcnins Curdial
Is I sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Dlacliarge thereof. Falling of th
noma, uiaainese, laiminz ana ail Diseases Incidne t
semaies.
There ia no Uittake A boat it.
Suffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. It
win stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and canae
the bloom of health to mount your cheek again .
Every bottle is warranted to give saUstactlon.
rOH CHIEDllE.N.
If your children are sickly, puny, or afflicted, McLean?
Oordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delai
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE,
Oir-nni,. Beware of Drunrlsts or Dealer who n
try to palm upon you someHittarorBarsaparlllatraib,
which they can bo v cheap, by savins it is instaa nl.
Avoid such men. Ask lor McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing else It is th only remedy that
will purify th hkiod thorounhly and at the same tima
strengthen the system.
One tablesvoonful taken (Vtrr moraine faatln. I. a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, Vellow
rever, or any prevalent diseases. It is put up In lars
bottles. '
Price only 1 per bottle, erC bottle for S3.
J.H. HcLEAN,
. Sola Proprietor of this Cordial,
' Also McLean'a Volcantn nil T.fnlmant.
Principal Depot oa the corner of Third and Pin stmts,
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment In the World. Th anlv aafk anil
certain our for Cancer, Piles, Swelling and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of th
Muscles, Onronie or InSammatory Rheumatism, Still
ness of the Joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Bpralns, Wounds, Fresh
Outs, Ulcers, Fever Sore, Caked Breast Son Nipples,
Burns, Scalds, Bore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
difference how severe, or bo long the disease may
have existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment Is a cer
tain remedy.
Thousand! or human belnics have boen aaved a lira f
decrepitude and misery by the uae of this invaluable mod
em.
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC
OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneouily, and It wit
oleanse, purify and heal the foulest lores in an Incredl
ly snort tun.
For Horsee and Other Animals.
McLean celebrated Liniment Is the onl safe and re
liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bona, Wind
gall!, Splints, Unnatural Bumpi, Node or Swelling. It
will never fail to cure Big Head, Poll Evil, Fistula, Old
running Bore or Sweeny, if properly applied. For
Sprains, Bruise. Bcra tehee. Bore or Wounds. Cracked
ueeis, unaies, naaait oruoiiar uaiia it is aa infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a eur is certain In
every ins tan oe.
Then trine no longer with the many worth lea Lini
ments offered to yea. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will cure yon.
J. II. McEEAN, Bole Proprietor,
Comer of Third and Pin Streets, Bt. Louis, Mo.
For sale by all druggists.
For sale by . ROBERTS A SAMUEL,
augW-dawly Columbus. Ohio.
0. MtCORMIOK. HENRY 8IIARKIV.
GILBERT
COAL lllili; CO.
Quality of Coal Unexcelled!
THESE MINES ARE SITUATED
North of Zanesville, 0., and OHDEHS for this justly
Celebrated
Reineotfully solicited, and filled wllh PROMPTNESS
DISPATCH.
. MCCORMICK & SHARKEY,
Zanesville, O.
Dr. TV. E. IDE, Aert.s
Coluinbuts O. matTtf
Baltimore Clothing House.
XI333Ei cfe XSXjT73M,
sUMPraCTranu and wholesale dealer m
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
No. 308 W, Baltimore-street,
(smrna iusutt and kowsjid,) '
BALTIMORE, Sid.
Large Assortment of flees and Furnishing
floods Constantly oa Band
OctQOdly
Wllllaxzi j.m aui
. . COLCMBCS, OHIO ' ' 'J
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
. A.nd Seed Store,
1 I"'- .. malm m . . ,
GENERAL HARDWARE,
NAILS, OLASK, SASH, PUTTT, C0RDA0I,
Gnus, riRiols, Wood Willow Wares
stharand Sabber Belting, Iacej tthr, Bo and
king. . - atil-dly
ladies' linen Pocket-Handk'f.
HEMMEDSTITCnEDLLNEN HAND
kerchiefs, very wide hems.
Embroidered Linen Handk'a all price.
. Hemaaed SUtchedeud plain do, do. , ,
do do ; colored border!. ,i t. t
' Mourning do black border
do do ' BwtylcroiUtchl. " ;
- FlnaAppledo' ' - anrpailarn.: . ., -.,
Mlts,' Plain aa4 Hemmed SUtohed d all srloes. .
OomprUlng th moat (elect assortacnt in tlis elty and
lowest price. - sain et ton.
No. St South High Stiwtt. 1
Ad
Sfe&
I
Ayer'sSarsaparilla
A compound remedy, designed to bo the rnost
eueciuai jiueraitve tnat cart be made, . It ia
a concentrated extract of Para Saraarwrilla.
ao combined with other substances of atill
greater alterative power as to afford an eflec.
tivo antidote for tho diseaae Rariaparilla ii
... .1 . - . - T. , ,. . ,
icjuicu iu sure, xi u uciitrveu tnat aucn a
remedy is wanted by those who auffer flom
Btrumoua complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their cure must prove of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted follow,
citizena. How completely thia compound will
do it haa been proven by experiment on many
of tho worot casea to be found of the following
tumiIUUUS . i
ScuofclA and Scnoroiot-a Complaints,
EuupTiONg and EnuPTtvii Diseases, Ulceus,
Pimples, Blotche8, Tusions, Salt Rheum,
Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphimtio Af
fections, MnncumAL Disease, Dropsy, Nnf-i
nALoiA on Tm DooLonnEcx, Dehiuty, Dyb-
PEPSIA AND I.VDIOE8TION, EltYSIPELAS, lloSE
on St. Anthon y'b Tike, and indeed the wholo
clasa of complaints arising from Impi'uity op
tub Blood.
This compound will be found a grcnt pro
motor of health, when taken in tho spring, to
expel tho foul humors which festor in tho
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in tho bud. Multitudes can, by
the aid of this remedy, spare thcmseli'cs from
the endurance of foul eruntions nnd ulcerous
sores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself of corruptiona, if not assisted to do
this through the naturul clianncls of tho body
by an alterative medicine. Cleanse out tho
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
bursting through the akin in pimples, eruptions,
or aores; cleanse it when yon find it is ob
structed and slucrcrish in tha veins: clommA it
whenever it ia foul, and your feeling will tell
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, fur cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and ull is well ; but with this
Eabulum of lifo disordered, thero can be no
isting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and tho great machinery of
life ia disordered or overthrown.
barsnnarilla has. nnd deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
tho world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because tho drug
alone haa not all the virtuo that is claimed
tor it, nut moro because many preparations,
pretending to bo 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 large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
th?y not only contain little, if nnv. Sarsana-
rilln, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disannointment
has followed tho use of tho various extracts of
Sarsaparilla which flood the market, until the
name itself is justly despised, nnd has become
synonymous with imposition nnd cheat. Still
we call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall roscue the
nrtmo from the load of obloquy which rests
upon it. ' And we think wo have ground for
believing it has virtues which nro irresistible
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure. In order to securo their comnleto
eradication from the eystcm, tho remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
tho bottlu. . ,
, ritEPATtED BV
DR. J. C. AYE It A. CO.
LOWELL, MASS.
Pric, $1 per Dottle Sis Dottle for 3.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety or lliroat and Lung Complaint, that
it is entirely unneeeaaary for ns to recount the
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
ployed. As it haa long been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure th people iti quality ii kept up to the best
it ever has been, and that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB, TUB CURE OI
Costiveness, Jaumller, Dyspepsia, Indigestion,
Dysentery, Foul Stomach, Erystpctas, Headache,
Piles, Rheumatism, Lruplious and Sfo'n Diseases,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors and
Salt Jihenm, Worms, Gout, Keuralgia,- as a
Dinner Pill, and for Purifying the Blood.
They are stignr-coatcd, so tlint tho most sensi
tive, can take thorn pleasantly, nnd they ato the
best aperient in the world for nil tho purposes of a
family physic.
Price 23 cents por Hoar, Five boxes for $1.00.
Great number! of Clergymen, rhviiciani.Statei-men,-,
and eminent personages, have lent thoir
names to certify the unparalleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our apneo here will not permit the
insertion of them. The Agont below named fur
nish frratia our Amrmcan Almanac in which they
are given j with also full description of the above
complaints, and the treatment that hould be fol
lowed for their cure. ,
Do not be put oif by unprincipled dealer with
other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand AYEn'a, and take no other. The aiok
want the best aid there is for them, and they should
have it. , ,
All our remedies are for sale by . ' ' ,1
ROBERTS Si SAMUEL. Colnmbua
And by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. , , i
DOTOiyUtiwaaw
DO' YOU WANT WHISKERS?
. DO YOU WANT WHISKERS? ,
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE! ,.
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
BELLINGHAM'S -
' OILEBRATED :'.t.-..
Stimulating Oogucnt,
For the Whisker, and Hair
Th tuhacribers tak pleasure In announcing o the
Cltisen of th United State, that they hav obtained th
Agency for, and are now enabled t offer U the Americas
publio, the above Juitly oskbratsd and world-renowned
article. Th ,
. ii
STIMULATING ONGUENT
prepared by Da. 0. P. BELLINGHAX1. an eminent
physician of London, and Is warranted to bring out a
inica et or
-Whiskers or a Mustache
- . , v
In from three to (la week. This artlol I the only on
ot th kind used by th French, and ia London and Paris
it in universal use.
It is a beautiful, economical, oothlng, yet stimulating
compound, acting a If by magic upon th roots, causing
a beautiful growth f laxurianl hair. - If applied U the
ip, it will eur buuwekj, and eaus to aprtng bp In
place of the bald spots a fin growth of new hair. Ap-
K lied according to amotions, it win turn in or Towv
alrAK,and restore gray hair to It orietnal color,
leaving it soft, smooth, and flexible. Th "Okoitemt" Is
aa lodlepensableartlcl in every gentleman 'a toilet, and
after on week' oa they would not far any consideration
Dswitnoutit. - -
' Th subscribers r th only Agent for th artlol ia
th united d tales, to whom all arder man he addressed.
Price On Dollar a box for aal by all Druirol.ta and
Dealer; or a box of th "Onguent" (warranted to htv
in desired eaol) will be sen! to any who dealr 11, by
mall (direct), eeourely paefcad. en receipt tt prlo and
IVMMja, V t. us ppiy io vr auurva. . .
, . IIORAOA I,. nSQEMAH A CO,,,.,.)
. ' i t)nrr, ., , ., I
IsbSOdkwOi . 4 Wmiaat Street. New-York, i
. . . HENRY KCEHLKKa'i .::...v.:i
fLat of Pnalon! lataMUhnMnt, If. T., PoprWror'
th Kw York Paahionabl Sbavmg, Hair Catting
ShampsoDlng, Curling and Dressing saloon. East Stat
strwL. over th Post Offio. wher aatlafactlon will
be given In all th vartoaj branoh. Laiiiei and
Ohlldran'l Hair Drwdnf don la Ui best sty I.
' Jytl-ally
PA e
41, 'i j
BEAtJTiPtrt;
AND CHEA?ER THAN EVER!
riFJR SPRING STOCK tm t7rTBra r
rVm'iK? :
GOLD PAPERS AND BORDERS. ..
Gold and Velvet Borders r '
SPLENDID - ' DECORATIONS, ;
!,'"V:':'ANDJ--" 7
FIRE BOARD PAPERS,
; Gold and Painted Shades,
: GOLD V
WINDOW CORNICES,
BUFF, BLUE, f 7
AND
GREEN HOLLANDS,
WINDOW FIXTDBE8, all iinds,
CORD AND TASSELS,
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES '
AND ; FRAMES.
RANDilLL & ASTON,
COLUMBUS, O.
N. fi. Landlords and person wishing quantities of '
Paper will make money fcy buying of os. Country -Merchants
and oersom from ahmail win ,i .it
and ks ui. , april 1 dSmeodl B. t A
1 .
NEW ARRIVALS
. j OP
Spring -. & - Summer Millinery.
iKOm LATEST I1TIPORTATIUNS OF
. ; N 15 W. YORK.
- -0 ' - i ' "MIT STOCK OF
Spring & Summer Millinery
Ii now eomplat. comprising every variety of Mlllin.
ery; also, a Urge assortment of Embroideries, Hosiery
and Kotlon. to, and In quantities and prices that ean
-".-" "uo vor a with a call. Th
goods hav been bought at Panic prices, and will be sold
at i small advance on cost
. MILLIKEB Y.
Mlea M. E, YOUNG, late of New York City,
'HI snnerintcaii lha xruiin... v,. , . .
v.jwua.Di. iier long
xperienc la th most Fashionable Establishment in
DeiuulH. ll I a. - ...
u. .,uu os a warraary that she will be able
to gtr entire satisfaction In mat,. m . i, .
Ml mi wno
may favor bar wk. their orders.
Th Ladiss of Columbus and vicinity will please ac
cept my atner. thanks for thoir liberal patronage, and "
T fJanlil a..aai,.n...ti.i, .
...uuiijr lourii m conunoance of the tame.
H. H, WARE,
6S East Town St., Columbna, .
aprll-d3m-ecf -,
Irish Linen Goods.
AKRASTED FABHIfl
A.inen enirt Bosoms Plain and Fane
, it: coining and Bosom Linens, .
Linen ebeeUngs and Pillow Casings.
. i Linen Cambrics and Long Lawns.
" .-! ! j . AUson Pcketnda'fs, ail else.
" '' vLen Towelling and Diapers
i. Linen Napkin and D'Oylie.
l(nen Table Cloths and Satin Damasks. j
Lined Towels with colored borders,
ii,., Linen Stair Coverings and Crash.
m vs aaiv low prices.
fcKS
o.:'. t; I .
nATw a. and 1
I;..
, No. M South IJiah street.
Cure Cough, Cold, Hoarseness, Jnflu.
anyrmttonorSortneeofthe
o 3roas Believe the Hatching dough
in Consumption, Bronheitit, Astha-
wia, and Catarrh, Clear and give
i.wtrenptkto the voice of - .
I-UHLiiU SPEAKERS,
Few art awa'r of th farportanoe of ebtckln a Onnnh
or "Common Cold" In its first stage: that which In tha
beginntog wonld yield to a mild remedy,- If neglected,
toon attacks th lung. "Brown's Bronchial Troches,"
containing demulcent Ingredleuts, allay Pulmonary and
R-nn.0,1.1 Trrflallnn- , I ' . ' .
BROWN'S
r-l"r' 'r0.uW l F Threat, (for which
the 7fovlAAa in a an-M.ian k..i.- j
TROOHES
often a mere whlaporer."
L.L , t P. WILLIS. ..
"I recommend their uae to Pdeuc Cieak.
IER1," .
BROWN'S
TROOnES
- 1 , REV. E. CIIAPIN.
"IIv proved extremely serviceable for
lloaasamas."
BROWN'S
i . RKV. HENRY WARD BBEOIIER.
TR00IIE8 "Alnioat Instant relief la the distressing "
lahn. a, h a,hl.,s ni 11.. .M Am mm. m
BROWN'S RkV, A. 0. EQOLSSTOIT. "
'Contain bo Ophim or anything lolutl i
TROonESoni." . ... . ,.dr. a a. haves;
I Viemiet, Boston. '
"A atmnle anri nlvaaant mw,M..,u.
BROWN'S
Coosns, Ao."
IR0CHE8
vn.a.j, biqelow. -
BROWN'S
Beneficial In Broxthitis."
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