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ellte Weekly alone. When Tie Dally and Weakly
r b,jili peed, then the oharge Iwth Weekly will be
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AND NOTARY PUBLIC. (,
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Attorney & Counsellor at law,
. MARION, OHIO.
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Cuttngs, mu atftrlng, MftOhinery.
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ROAD For Dunkirk, Hu'falo, Albany; Boe
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AND XK1N1A KAILUOADN,
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will leare punoLgert At all aUtlooa aoulh of Gallon,
atop at Delaware, Athley, Oardintoa and Gllead, and
l all ilatlona north of Gallon, arrtTlng at Cleveland
at 9:00 A. M., Dunkirk SiXI P. M., Buffalo 4:25 P. M.
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phia klO A. M. Chicago via Creetliae at 7 00 P. il. . .
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by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
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falo, 10:23 p. m.; Albany, B:43a. m.; New Yoik, 1:45
p. oj. ; Boeton, 4:40 p.m. Thle Train oonnecte at Shel
by for Sanduiky, and at OJafton for Toledo, arriving at
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at 8.30 p. m. Will atop at all ilationi South of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, Grafton,
and Berea; arriving at Cleveland at f;30 p. m.) Ann
kirk, 2:00 a. m.j Buffalo, 30. m.; Albany, 8:20 p.m.!
NewTork, 720 p. m.: Boeton, J 1:45 p. m. Pitttburgb,
via Creitllne, at 11:55 p. m.j Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.
Chicago, io Oreitllne, 0:45 a. m,i h Train eonneeli
at eh.lbyfur Saodutkyand Toledo, arriving at Tvlea
at 8:56p.m. , ,0 u.,:,t .. t ...
Patent Sleeping; Can are ran "on all
: ? Night Tr aint to Chicago, Hew
York and Boston. ' '
aggag OucXxd Through to Kmo Tori mi Boston
via Ctmlandi alio, to Philadelphia and .-'
lieu Torkrria OrttUin. -J'
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Cincinnati kipreea arrive at Columbue at 10:50 A.M.
AoeomuodaUoa Jtxpresg atrir at Columbue at 7:50
x. J. , t 1 . ..;y 1. ..i
-v f6 JL ua- by any tJher iloute.
Atk far TiektUvi Crttllituor CUtnland.
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B. 8. PLINT. V i
!'.:; Cuperintendant, Olevelnnd, Ohio.
JAMBS PATTERSON, Agent, '
. Columbui, OMo
Colombo, June 17, leoi,
If F. Oil O It EE IV and BLACK
160oekCf old Butch GorerainOTt J ara Coffee.
BOObble. (tandard Whit Snirarif. ooniMtlng ofPow-
1 1 haaMllaWInk lneTAAi.t - Mr- 1.
" dred, Chrojhed, wraoulmted A and B Oofl):. i
oU qnlntai ueorge Bsnk tiodflnh.
BObbto. Men aad Mot I MkiMk.voc
S tc. Pick Silmon. .. t .l I
iviu vm aiayer naiein.
60 bf. box do 4. do n:C! f.L'ljiJ i liu-xtote
lUUqr.box do d y1 t-.'-r- ' , J'l I
100 M Oigar, different brandl and grade.
C. LILL'EY-v o (
And Elank-Book Hanafjintiirerj, k
BOBTH BJ0H 8IBItIr, COLTrtlBDI, flHlO
tarlMlw -J -
HECK lB..a l-tsmild4r luui v't
v -r . - tfat 98 Benth Bigh tr,
A NEW IIOOP RKIUI,tt, ,
"l ko.'iif! io'ifin man btbbbt.
Bav lut reoeired a new main nf I100P SKIRTS
SnUhedln manner (tr lupajlpr to any yet iutroduoed
or .Prnihu flOfXl
fak 8g' )! -. . i .yiiinv . ' I'vItm.i-J eii:
.fiLi it nun
('.11 Hiwuii vft ti
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY
m .":T'V' !',:". liMnf y
The .LatetIhe Largeit The Best.
. The Cheapest Beoaoie the Sest.
"Tuejflett ellm)iy Btattdard An
tnrity-of tnEnrllinLarjtrnMeM '
J3tm Eimdrii Sminmt 81utator$ of Ohio,
"THS 'BEST , JlNaLIBB mCIIONAM BZIANT."
-. IMtrary Mm Arrvltfii
. "Otter are apward of A Unndred Thonieaul Word,
whoee mnlUfurioai meaning and 4vaUon, toewther
with the! r comet rpelliag, and pronknatelloaM elearly
et before lh eye.1',.,, V. ,"
i yi'i- OhictanaU ibmmtroiat.
Bad Of pttUUmt of M JTemoer of th Ohio StaU
, . !;'.., . JeacAer-' A$odaHon.
Tb trndentraed. mmhn tit rK. DMA Mill TMMiaral
Aieoclation, adopt and aim to nee In teaching, writlnif
end peaklnr, the orthography and pronunciation of
" n Aoyai ynano uiotionary, ana we moel cor
dtally recommend It a the molt reliable (tasdard as
tkority of the English ungate, M It 1 now written and
pokenv... ..r..,r.. ?' .. r, .;.
' Lorin Awnkiwa, Preeldent Kenyon Ooller.
M. D. l-Marrr. Superintendent Ztneeville School.
Tho. W. Haevit, Bnp't Maarilon Union School.
M. r. Oowdekt, Sop't Yubllo School, Sanduaky, - '
' Joan Ltmow, Bnp't rwMia rVW.OtroVeville. .
S.ib $, r rum pal Olevalaal Vtmal Semk-r7-
Wv. Mrroialu Snp'tPabli School, Mt. Union.
JoiuiOodm, Prtaoipal BUMMoraal Scaoel, MUnw
lofa. Ovid Nasott, Principal Fourth InUrmedUte School,
Cincinnati. - -B.
8. Maitm, Bnp't Cantoe Union School).
Bdwi KaoaL, Principal McNly Normal School.. ,
Bu T. Tamil, Prof. Mathematlca, Ohio UnlTertlty.
Wv, W. Bdwaim, Snp't Troy Union School.
A. O. HoniM, Principal If lllga School, Clevw
Itoda - - i ......... i ..... . i
B. A. NokTox, Anoclat Principal High School, 01rve
TatoBoki Stirutio, Principal High Boheol, Clev
land.' " '. . ;. : I
B. P. HoHirron', Principal bleveland Inrtltut.
J. A. Oaarrjxs, Preaidant of Ileotk Indttata, Hi
W. t. Hamb, Prof. Cbemlitry. Ohio IfMlejea
Unlverrlty. " -
H. U. Bartnrr, XzOommlariour of Oonunon School,
Ohio. :. ,
- Jajit Mormon, Prof.. Rhetoric, OberBn Oolleg. : "
Tno. But, PreiidmtAnUocb College. - -
0. W. H. CamoaKT. Prof. Mathematict, High
School. Dayton. . ..
8. C. Otomacea, Prof.1 tmruage, High Bchoel,
Dayton. - - -
8. M. Bakira.Bnpt Union School, Aihland.
Hot Vum Sim Bundrtd othtr Prttidentt of Colt
90, Proftoort, Author and DttttnguUhod JSduoa
tori, hatu tmiornd ti aboo tmUmmi.
PRESIDENTS OP COLLEGES IN OHIO.
' MakiiTTA Coma "Tt la trnlv a munificent work.
an honor to tb author, tb pahliaheri, and the whole
ountry." Praaldent Anditwi. ..... . .
t Oat WnvnaaUirrmuiTT' It exceed -nyxpect
tlon. It will be ai nUl tn avthovrantaw and Dronnn-
oiation. and will often bo eoneulted by m for it neat
and aocarat definition. "Prealdent Tbompion.
W. X. FntnTinflnnaw "nininfnri iri have and
Wabttar'a orthography. Ai k recent meetlog of our
faculty, it waa decided to change it to conform to that
of Woroaater'a Uoval Quarto Dlctlonarv." Preddent
Wistbui Eonn Ootxro. "I And It Worthy of
oordlal approbation." fraldent llltcbeoek, ,j ... ..
' OikkLia 0 onto. "It mere than meet my expecta
tion. I recommend it a the atandard authority in
orthoepy to my children and my pupUa Preldent
Aim oca Conn.-"! adopt and aim' to an la taach
u(, writinc and iDeaUoar. tbaorthoxraDhy and pronun-
daUaa of WonetUr'i Bcyal: ftuarto illoUooary."
Pmidtnt Blllxi c . i i ; :v-j :.
"In all my writinc. nvaaklnf .and taiohrnc. I have en
deavored to eonforat to th rule tor orthography
pronunciation a eoatalned la WoreeeUr' DleUonary."
Horace Uaan, let Vree'.dent. v- j- - -
Knrrox Cnuaee, Clairara .! aetMHfUH aaooi-
mond It a th moat reliable itandard authority of the
Bngllih language a It It now written and rpokro.
-"ll b I !i 1
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Bo. Anton Smyth, Oommittiontr of Common
SchooU in Ohio. ,
' "Th Dictionary I an lmptrlihablo monument to th
learning and Indnetry of rt author, aad aa honor to tb
world of letter. The maehanlcal axecation lafareupe-
rlor to that of any ether Leateon with, which I am ac
quainted." , .. r . . . -. , ? a .i. - .
Iron Bom. B. B. Bamoy, X-Oommitionr of
v ,. aanovu tn (Mia. ,
"Th moat rellabl (taadard mtherlty of th lan
guage." .- - - '
': . anuT tax
Leadlna: Kervtrjpaper of Ohio Bety.
' from th Clmland Etrald of MarcX 26.
' Th orthography of th Woroeeter Dictionary I that
1 1 - . 1 . . - 1 1 .1 - II I .LI
iwcu uy awii, u no. ait. anuivn vi wbuimuwu u. iu.
country and England, and conform to th general usage
oi ordinary writer ana tpaaaer.
Whatever Dreludice aaav havo axlatod prevloaity, a
careful ttudy of tni volum will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreclatloa or it gnat merit, ana aeeire
to add It to th well eeleoted library, be It large or email,
It I a library Inttnlf, and will rental an laporiaba-
ble reoord of the learning of It compiler.
from th Otneinnati Oommtroiai of April 20.
' Ben are upward of a hundred thounnd word good,
bad and Indlllerent whoe multifriou meaning and
derivation, together with their correct ipalllng and pro
nunciation, are tat clearly before th eye. Th work 1
unouMtlonably th great, inenuruaor angina word
ever publiahed. , . . , j .
Iron tho ClAan& Fktinda!r of Sept, 80, 1860.
Evidently WoacvmrV RoTat On ax to SranoxaaT it
not only th lot, but tho rarr worA ofthtkimi ever if
ml, and can by no ponlblllty inSer by eomparifoa or
oontroverry. . v
'., Jfrom thilbldo fait of May 89.'
A to' noxoRoiATioR. Wbkexmx i th STAiroakD
followed by our beet authont m definition he leave
nothing to be deilrad, and In OtraosRaraT it I lufflclent
t aay that Woaxaarxx pan b talrly followed, i.
i' u.im jNQHAiri Ac BBAOO, ,..
Pnbllahera, Beekaellera ft Statloaera,
NO. 191 8UPBRI0B ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT ;
LjLEE INSURAKCE COMPANY,
Dirldena January l,l86l49PerCeiiC
ASSETS- .W. .. . '4 83,819,196 50,
Statement January It 1861, " '
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Balance, per (ttmnt Jan. lit, 1890 83,406,501 39
Becelved for premium our-
lng th j ear IScO. ....... ..870,053 5. w
Rooelved for Intereit during
th year I860 ,.... 114,014 19 PJ
Total receipt nr ieou....y,w' v.. - t
Paid D lalma h Daath.907.050 00
PaldPollclc lurren- ' 1
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, ag. Tax, Kx
chan re. eto 31.600 54
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PaM Ph-ll.na .1 S Ullt Ii
Eald AnnulU....i. ' 1,517 00 ''
Paid Dlvldeiideuf -
rlo( tb tea ..a.10600 79 565,091 88 4U,876 14
, .Net Baikno January 1st. 1861
I ' ""TASSBTB, J"
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Bond and Mortgage on Beal
Aetata, Worth doable1 Ui t "' H , i-.tj.ii -amount
kaaeo..,..,., 88741 88
Premium Note, on. PollcU , .. , . . .
lnforo,onrydrawlr8p '-:-f"A M.i.vb .1
oeat. totomt. l7e,8M IT "''.-a --
Beal Bttato.Mi.aaimwiMa.en .88.8A3 8 .;v';iiv...
Premium. Hotel and Caab, la
coan or ireoMUioon,..
, I Total AtttS.......Ma..xeaM. 83,814558 50
TtSTSToUotM taforo, lnurlng;.r.438
1,433 now Pelkin kava na inaad daring tea yar.
After a earaful ealculatton of the preoenl vala of th
oateeanding-PoiMeeef ' Ooiapaayi and aaving the
taaoniary amount m aaerve tatvwwa, th Director
hare dec land a PmstHD of eo per oast, oa th Promi
um paid at tb tab! rat, to all pollciee for life la foroe,
inutd prtor t Jaaaary 1, 190, payabl aeoordlng to th
prevent rwltof th Cenpexy. ..- t ,
,1 Bate for all kind of Lilt Contlngencle, Preipoot
uaei.Btatomanta, and Applletllona, will b fnrnlihed
wiTnotrr oaakoa, at tb Ofllo or AgfoStM rt th Ooai-
j I 'Zi V l- T'TTBBSON, Pnrtdwt. ,.
J j, ,0 .fliioTE,TloPnldenL ,
'' iBlrW O. MILLER, Santary. - i.-'
i.V SH. xelSE0!f,eil,.v
4 fit . v
u . It. 4 Jeanion tiioek.
PE.!A IN AN rierRED VK.B.OK
DRB8B SILKS, of wnrv mte The mct nleet
I atfortannt Id lu cltJi ana ai mott jnaBonabl nte. '
w I .i.'.w" e.., .. S4jjg g, golf,
A compound remedy, detigncd tb be the most
effectual Alterative that can be made. It is
a- concentrated extract 'of Para Sarsaparilla,
so combined with other tubstancet of (till
greater alterative power as to afford an effec
tive antldoto for the disease 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 provo of immense
service to this large class of our afflicted fellow
citizens. How completely this compound will
do it has been proven' by experiment on many
of the worst cases tb ba found of the following
Scrofula and Scropvlovs Complaints,
Eruptions and Eiiuptivb Piseabes, Ulceus,
Pimplbs, Blotches, Tuuoiis, Salt Rheum,
Scald IIbad, Syphilis and Syphilitic Ap
PECTIONSa.MsROl'niAL Disease, Dhopsv, Neu
Baloia on Tio Douloureux, Deiiilitt, Dys
pepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, Rose
on St. Anthony's Fihe, and indeed the whole
class of complamUarisinjrrttn, Impurity op
thf .Blood. - ' Ai . '
Mli crunnorttvo! wiff rjind a orreat Tiro-
tKiAaf 'of health, whett-fciken in the spring, to
xpcl the foul humors which, tester in . the
blood at that season of the year. JJy the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
are nipped in the bud. Multitudes can,' by
the aid of this remedy, spare themselves from
the endurance of foul eruption and ulcerous
tores, through which the system will strive to
rid itself .of corruptions, if not assisted to do
tins tluough the natural channels of the 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 tho veins cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and your feelings will toll
you when. Even where no particular disorder
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleanaiiig the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well ; but with this
tabulum of life disordered, there cart be no
tsting health, i Sooner, or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown,
j Sar.wparilla has, and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these end. Hut
the world has been egrtgiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
fpr it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaporilla,
or any thing else. .-
i During late years the publio have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
of Exrraot of SorsaparillA for one dollar. Most
of these have been frauds upon the tick, for
they tiot only contain little, if any, Sarsapo
rilla, but often no curative properties whatev
er. Hence, bitter and painful disappointment
hixH followed tho use of the vnrious extracts of
Sarsdparillti which flood the market, until the
home itself is justly despised, and lias become
synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still
we call tliis compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to supply such a remedy as shall rescue the
name from the load of obloquy which rest
tpon it. And we think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which, are irresistible
ty tho ordinary run of tho diseases it is intend
ed to cure.' ' In order to secure theif complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
i prepared nr
1 DR. JVC. AVER & CO.
' ' LOWELL,' MASS.
Price; ft per Bottle Six Bottle for 99.
I Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such a renown fur th cure of
every variety of Thrcxit and Lung Complaint, that
it I entirely unnecessary for u to recount the
evidence of it virtues, wherever it has been cm
ployed. A it ha Jong been in constant una
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure the people its quality is kept up to the best
it ever baa been, and that it may b relied on to
do for their relief all it ua ever been found to do.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
' . FOBTIIZ cure of, .
Costivettesi, Jaundice, Dyiptpsia, ' Indigeilion,
DytenUry, foul Stomach, Erysipelas, llcadacie,
Piles, Ritumatii'm, Eruption and Skin Disease,
Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumor, ami
Salt IUieum, Worms, Gout, Neuralgia, , at a
Dintur Pftt, and for Purifying the Blood, ..
: They ar sugar-coated. o that the most sensi
tive can take them pleasantly, and they arc the
best aperient in the world for all the purposes of a
Prioe 25 conts por Box ; Fiva boxes for 1.0!).
! Great numbers of Clergymen, Physicians, State--men,
and eminent personages, have lent their
nam to certify the unparalleled iraefulness of these
remedies, but our space hew will net permit the
insertion of them. Tb Agents below named fur
nish gratis our American Alii anac in which they
are given ; with also full description of the nliovo
complaints, and the treatment that should be fol
lowed for their cure, i ii.. .i.
! Do not be put off by unprinoinled dealers with
Other preparations they make more profit on.
Demand Ayer's, and take no other.- The i-k
want the best aid there is for them, and they ehuuld
have it.-i ( ..' - ' - ; -s .
AU our remediet-are for sale by
1 . ROBERTS a SAMUBL. Ootnmtm.
And by Drairfitaand Dealer onrywhere.
novv:Jrd.tw hj i-r..v . -.,- r
CAJTABIaUf ft XnmED STATES If AIL
:. ..v TO AND BHOM - r Jia
i , Liverpool, Montreal,; Quebeo,
j ikTja'W. YonK. ,
The Ifontrnl Ocean Steamahin Company' flnt-clui
fnll-powered clyde-rmilt Steamer nil every !
relay from PORTLAND, earrying tb Oanadiaa and
United Etatt Vail ana pantager,
' " NORWEfllAN, ' NORTH AMBBIOAlf,'
BOHEMIAN, ,- . ANGLO-SAXON, , ,
NORTH BRITON, , j BIBBBNIAN,
CANADIAN, HOVAS0OTIAH. ,
Sbertest, Cheapest stndlQalckcatCon.
j aksbica io ail mrs OF IuHOFI.
'. ' IZatee ot Xstsee) to Europe), y
I ' S3Q, 860, 880. , , . . .
Will ssfl from LIVERPOOL eyerT Wedaeeday a
and from qubbbo every Ea.tnrdiy, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to ronrv on board and land Mall and
Paaaenrera, to and from Inlaad aad Scotland.
JOThen Bteamtr are built of Iron, la watertight
compartment, carry each t experienced Burgeon, and
every aueauoa It para (O in coaton ana eooomaoaa
tton of rjaaaaniera. A thevnrooeeddlreet to LONDON-
DBBB, the facet flak tad delay of wiling at Bt. John 't
It avoided. i a Mi- r ' I
Qlaagow pamenger tn famished with rata pamagt
ticket to and Irom a,onaonorry.
Bettun ticket ireated at reduced nte.
OrtlAoatn kwoed tor eanyUg t and bringing oat pae
Mnvera from all tb Bitaetnal town of Onat Britain and
Inlaad, at redaced nte. by thi tine el tenn, and
by in WASHINGTON LINE Of SAILING PACBBIS,
leaving idnrpooi vry wnx.
Bight Drafts let-1 awd vsjewardls pay
, cable in Unarland, lrela.na, Sicei
,,. lana wales. .at v
for: paMgi hpp'P b Offleejja BftOBB.
W AxVNwsv yrk and 19 WATUat MT.,
j BABEL t KEABlX, Bttal ifwits,
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I lIATETniSDAT lDniTTED BIT
on JAMES ADGB BAIN aanartnar In my bual-
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the New Tork Bawnieaaba Shaving, Hair Cutting
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ttnat, over th Pom OiHoo, when nuafooUoa will
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oniuinni at air
dronl Hah-4nut dee la tb beet style.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapoliil
Through to Indianapolis withost Change of Cars
and bat One Chang of Can between
Columbus and St. Louis. . .
Four Trains Daily froia Columbus.
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FIRST TRAIN. -: ' 1
ACCOMMODATION at S a. m., (topping at all sta
tion between Columbui and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rivlni at Cincinnati atltOA ia..ant at n.u. t
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London, Oharlwton, Cedarvill, Xenia, Spring Valley,
Oorwln, Import, Port Ancient. Morrow St., Lebanon,
loeter't, Loveland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 4. SO B, m.. Davton attt.4Sn. m.. aanneetlnvwltta Hi
Obi and MinlMlppi Railroad tor Louiavllla, Ky., Vln.
eenne. Cain, St. Louli, New Orleana, etc.i at Daytou
rf Indlanapolla, LafayetU, Terre Haute, Chicago and
II W altera point.
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, NI0HT EXPRESS, via Dayton, at 19 00 midnight,
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Hamilton, arriving at Cincinnati at S.SS a. m.; at Day
ton at 9.55 a. m.l Connecting at Clnrlnnatl with lh.
Ohl and Mlnlnlppl Railroad lor Louurrill. Bvanrrllle,
Vineennn, Cairo, Bt. Louie. MemphI, New tlrleaoa,
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iur auuiauapone, laiayatw, xerr liaut, gblClgo, etc.
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M.j Bteubenville, 19.90 P.M.: Plttabursh. 3.40 P.M.:
Karrlaborg, 1.10 A. M.l via AUntovm, arrive at New
York 8.00 A. M.j via Jhiladtlpkia, arrive at Phila
delphia, 8.10 A. M.; New Tork, 10.30 A. M, Connect
lio at Harrlibnrg for Baltimore, arriving at 7.43 A. M
Sleeping: Cars attache! to this Train
Proln Columbui, run dlreotly tlroush to Bellalra or
Plttaburgh without change; and faiwuger via Allen-
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Leaves Columbue 11 BJ A. M , from Union Depot, via
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ton, 8. 15 P. M.l SUubtnvill. ( P. M.:PitUbura, 8.40
M. TTPThli Is the on It route bv which Paiaenirera
an kav0lncinntl it 7 A, II. , go through to Plttt-
kurgh la daylight, without chug of cars or delay. .
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4 33 P. M l Bellalre.T .SS P. H.i Pltubunrh. 11.83 P.
Harrllburv. 9.00 A. M.t Kin. AUmlomi. arrlTaa
t New Tork, 4 P. M.; via Philadelphia, rrtve
PblladalDhla, 1.10 P. M.; New York, 6 P. M,' ThM
Train alio eonntct at HarrUburg for Baltlmon, ar-
riTing an a-, m. i
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out Chang of Can; and from Pittobunr then U no
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roiiaaeiphia, or New York, with only '
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gen arriv la New York fir
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and Ohio R.B. ... . . . . ,
CT This Route Is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana 'more man iuu miles shorter to
. New Tork, than Northern Lines. "
Baggage Cheoked Through to all im
portant Points East.
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Tickets Good ever uner '.
JN0. W. BROWN,
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f. A. HUTCHINSON,
Ota. Ticket Agent Bteubenville Shott Lin.
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Later News from the South.
VVe glean the following sdditioual news from
the latest Southern paperst
THE LEATHER TRADE AT THE SOUTH
' A correspondent or the Charleston Mercury,
in a letter dated Chattanooga, 15th nit., ssysi
,' Tour readers will be gratified, doubtless, to
learn that there is la the vicinity of this town
one oi the largest tanneries la the South. It is
now In active operation, and turning out from
8,000 to 10,000 side of well tanned leather ev
ery four montht, giving an Aggregate of 80,000
tides of leather per annum. A New Orleans
firm purchased here, a few days since, $20,000
worth of leather for their tboemaklng saublith
ment, and we are informed that more than
$30,000 worth of stock was then io the yard,
ready for market. ' The taroery 1 now ewoed
by Col 0. C. Tawhatt, ef Nashville, and Col.
6m. Tate, president of tbe.M. sod O. Rail
road. It It the design of the new firm to go
largely into the manufacture of shoes, at this
point, at an early period. .
THE WAR CRY OF THE CONFEDERATES AT BULL RUN.
Tbs war correspondent of the Louisville
Courier, writing from Manassas, says!
. One of the most significant facts concerning
the battle, It the word used as the countersign
by our troops. Some word of recognition was
aeeessary In order to establish a mutual knowl.
edge of the identity of the Confederate troops.
"Our Honut" was the battle cry, and yon may
imagine the magical effect that the brief utter,
ante of snob a sentiment had, As it passed
front regiment to regiment along and around
the Held of battle, every hand and heart was
nerved with frtsb power and energy. J
PROMOTIONS IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY.
. 1 A correspondent of the Charleston Courier,
ttys the following changes have beta made
among the general officers: Major Whiting has
been made a General, and has taken command
of the lamented Bee's Brigade, and CoL Joha
W, Forney, of the 9th Alabtmians, has been
assigned command at a Brigadier-General of
tbe 9th, 10th, 11th Alabama, 38th Virginia and
11th Mississippi. Ben. Allston, of Charleston,
has been sppointed Msjor of the latter Regi
ment, Col. Mott commanding. ' -
PRESENT OF A FLAG.
The Richmond Diiptlch of the S9tb says:
: Two lodles Mrs. Jobs James and Mrs. Pen
dleton, have arrived In Richmond fromBalu.
more, bringing with them a beautiful flag of the
Confederate Stales, which Is to bs presented to
the Perrett Guards, of New Orleans, now en.
camped at Grove Whart. Mrs. James, who
presents the flsg, has four toss in the Southern
army, two of w bom are members of tbe above
named company.. She experienced many diffi
culties in her journey hither j bnt, with woman's
inventive resources, managed to keep the flat;
concealed, and arrived In tafety, . The flag Is
Urge and fabricated of the richest silk, and the
tattels are of heavy blue and gold bullion. la
a oiroie 01 utteeo stars is tbe inscription: "Pre
tented by the Indies of Baltimore to the Perrett
Guards, of New Orleans."' Mrs. James, ac
companied by a ptrty of friends, will go down to
the enetmpment to-day and present the flag in
person. The Guards are connected with Col.
Hunt's Fifth Louisiana Regiment, i . .'
TREATMENT OF PRISONERS.
Tbe Richmond Enquirer Indignantly denies
the Northern Recounts of Inhumanity to the
Northern troops, and iiyt:. ' ' , T ',"
Bat even if .it were true (bat we have been
unkind to the prisoners, with .what grace does
tbe reproof come from those who. In their ore.
cipitate flight from Manassas, soampered like
ounaioes away, wiinont ever speaking one
word of consolation to or doing one kind aot
tor their own wounded and dvine. and who
enffered the Confederates, whom they ao hate,
te oury even tneir aeaa, we nope to beat no
more of our unklodneaej ( Is too ridiculous an
Idea even for a Yankee to Indulge. There is
no shadow oi foundation for such a charge
To the fallen or unfortunate foe we wilP ever
The RIchmood Enouirtr aava. Cant, fifths
R. Garland. U. 8, Infantry, and CaDt. Addison
Garland, U.S. marines, both of Amnerst county,
Vs.. have reslcned tbeir oositions to terva their
native State and the Southern Confederacy in
tbe present war: -
Lieut.: Westwood MoCreerv. ot this eltv.
who resigned his post in the U.S. arm v. reach-
ed here from Fort Pickens a few days ago, and
has already taken service In the Confederate
RESIGNATIONS. A STEAM GUN.
Tbe Richmond DirralcA save that Mr. Dlrkin.
son, of Baltimore, the- mventor ol the steam
gun, bu beta In Richmond, and after exhibit.
log his models, the construction of one has been
ordered at a cost of I5UU0.
MOVEMENTS OF THE WISES.
The following, from the" Riohmond Dirnafci.
shows that both the Wises have made a inccess-
lui retreat opon their reserves f tu-- '
Caps. O. J. Wise, of the Richmrlntf BIhm.
arrived in this eity yesterday, oa business
connected with the War Department. We
learn mat toe Mines, with tbe Wise Legion,
are at the White Sulphur Springs," in Green
brier. Gen. Floyd's brigade are at the Sweet
springs. " " . - " .
MYSTERY OF THE HANDCUFFS EXPLAINED.
The RIchmond Entuirtr savt: ' ' J
A friend who hat lust returned from Manas
sas oat nanaea as tbe fallowloa nxhrrck nl,
tie from the Adjutant General, John L. Uodsoo,
to Colonel Dunnell. The nnrnna nf tha Uttar
it evidently to cheat Brady out of bis company,
and to force bis men Into service wltboai their
consent. me oandciiff. it will be seen, are ta
be used for "prisoners taken In battle, if not
STATE OF MAINE.
Headquarters Adjutant General's Office.
Augusta, June 20. 1861.
! Colonel Dunnsll-Mv 'Dear Sir t Herewith
you have tbe announcement to Brady that A
will wot be ctmmuiioiud. My course would be
io taie measures to nave his lull eomnanv ores
ent, paraded without arms, and have thi Utter
read : Aim sad (A ceauaaw sw tA Adiutatit,
nave, prewwiy, somoient aud reliable guard,
twlA Uadti mutkett, and If any demonstrations
oi desertions are ' mane, Shoot them is von
would DiEeona. Don't wink at an aananaa nf
objeotionable men they most be got rid of in
a oiuereni manner.
, Inasmuch at yoo will hot receive your ball
oaririuges onut to morrowi Derhsne vo bad
better not acquaiat any one with this result
respecting Brady, until Saturday, and then It
is not to be dene in m corner. Don't adopt any
oourse tnai implies tear, or require temoor
itjng. ' A portlenef Brady's eoffipaay bad setter
oe pw mw tHoer womoanies. aad the fc-Blanee.
with Atwood's contingent and other yequislte
acquisition, win mate a rooa company.-"
! Yea will require several tosen handooffs, for
prltooers taken in kettle, If aot for- your ewa
1 1 A B a a
iuix, aan yoo aaa Deittr procure uem now.
i .x la m. :t.-- t-
JOHN L. HODSON, Adj't-Gen.
. . ,.;.
J . M..-I. . ...... , " ... . ..... .w
a he rtasoNNiL or ttUNcs Napoleon and
Frinoebs CLOTiviE.T.Th8 Washlngtoa oorree
pendent ot the VhiUdolphla Tr says Plon
rion is snort, stout, and inclined to be oorou
lent, with heavy black hair, which .obscures a
badly formed forehead. Hit faoe Is extremely
wapoieomo. out rt wants the fire, genius, and
the eltsslo beaaty Which we are socuitomed to
see in the portraits of his Illustrious vnole. lie
expresses . himself greatly delighted- with his
Amerleaa visit thus far, aaa that he eaoaot bat
take back to France the most favorable Impres
sions of the RepubUo., , He has been. Invited to
psy a visit, to Rlohmorjd.but pannol accept, at a
visit to that city would iadlreoUy Imply leopg
nltion of the rebellious Confederacy. ,t o j .;
s!Ths,Ne1wyork.fflrj8J "Wt sivdeP
,ti-y l f:iy-;iP'Hte
" rrinoetse Clotllde, the wife of
Prince Napoleon, and daughter of the Kins of
" 'I - T , UiULU UIIUH1 W B TIM
- h-. nriuiBis ire newt xsrE Hotel.
o.- way uiierns our aemocratio reader to
know something of the daily habits of Royal,
ty, we will state, without assuming the prerog.
stive of a Court Journal, that the Princess lives
in a very retired, wet war mathndinal anrf nhii.
otopbical manner. She rites early, and attendt
auae at eigai o cioct, at tbe church on S8th
At tan o'olock, breakfast i at eleven
o clock, goes out riding; returns to lunch mi
two o'clock; dines at fire o'olock; drives again
a? ? o01ck ; from eight to eleven receives tbe
T iiU.0: ,T,rTiew friendf, and retires before
midnights. Her constant eompanlons are tbe
Uuchets d'Abrantee and an officer of tbe yaoht
Prince Jeromt. Tbe Princess is . a blonde,
rather petite and pretty, with a line forehead,
and an Intelligent, sympathetic physiognomy.
She is very thoroughly educated; and although
bnt nineteen years of. age. (three years mar
ried), seems to take an earnest interest in all
matters and things pertaining to tbe progress
and welfare ot nations. While Elovvinr in the
unity of hot beloved Italy, she deeply deplores
tbe Unhappy Condition of onr owndiatraniaH and
Tbe follow in B letter from a Savannah nana
will be read with satisfaction, for torn of It
detaila. The notice of tbe humanity oi our
troops will be observed, and the example may
be improved by the rebels. It will alas be eeaa
that the writer admits the victory to have been
oars, up to tbe arrival of fresh regiments on tbe
other side. Nor is there any of that exultation
ia the tone of the letter, which might have been
expected had they thought they bad anything to
boast of. Mr. Lamar is wall knowa as a dis
anlonist of long standing: '."'" ",
Extract from a tetter dated Richmond, July (3, 1881. j
iJ. C. PBREILL. Esa. Dear Sir: ' Ton will
searoely believe that 1, here, so near the battle,
could not get any parttoulars of it, except as
related by President Davis's telegram on Mon
day morning, till Tuesday night, whilst your
son, with tbe fatal news, arrived here oa Wed
nesday morning from Savannah. . I do most oor
dlally sympathise with your loss a great loss
of a most promisine son. But be died ia a
glorious battle, for a moat glorious cause, and
the victory so dearly purchased with tbe best of
Georgia's blood will redound to the good and
glory of the whole South for centuries to come,
under Divine favor and guidance, to whom be
all tbe praise and all the glory. '
The citizens of Richmond, like those of Win
chester, are exerting tbeir utmost effort! In be
half of the wounded. A committee arranges
for their distribution; they are carefully taken
from the ears to the private dwellings! the first
ismuies in the state ana city have opened their
aoort to ail wunoul aiscriminauoa-and their
wives and daughters do the nursing, and all are
vielng who shall accommodate them. This it
poble, and will soon restore all that can be
cured. I visited many, yesterday and to-day
of the devoted Georgians of tbe 7th and 8th
regiments, and, with one exception, who cannot
live, i envied tnem the Donor of their wounds.
The battle was most bloody with them, and
made much more so by the unfortunate mistake
or tnree other regiments of our own Bring into
them. . ....
- i Bartow bravelv redeemed bis Dledee to mike
tbe name of bis State illustrious. Foremost ef
all, be met dsnetrs SDDalline to any one else.
and finally fell, leading bis brigade, to tbe
charge, having previously lost his horse, shot
from under him, and received a spent bail In his
' Tbe enemy thought, np to 4 o'clock, they had
the viotory and go they had; but the opportune
arrival ot two tretb regiments turned the OH
tie, and gave as a aJorious victory. .
i Oa our retreat previously, onr wounded tell
into tbeir hands. They treated them kindly,
lilting them Into the shade, and leaving them
with canteens full of water, and I am credibly
informed that even then they told our men that
they did not like to fight them; they had no
otase, but were compelled to do it. Henee (I
think it was) that tbey fled so readily when the
reverses occurred. . r: -lit,...
My Impressions ore, that with proper leelsla
tlon by Congress cutting off all collusion be
tween our enemies and Europe by letters of
license to pass tbe blockade, by patting ao em
bargo to endure as long as tbe blockade does;
by repealing the tax on Imports, and making
every Inlet from the Chesapeake to the Rio
Grande a port of entry, so they cannot br ef
fectually blockaded; and by levying a direct tax
on everybody, on all property and upon all in
comes to the amount of 25 to 30 millions dol
lars; and by the issue of treasury not, receiv
able for taxes the government will have sol
diery enough, money enough, ana wiu soon
bays open porta and free commerce to buy
ebeapest and sell highest with all the world,
and enjoy peace and amity with all. the world
and the rest oi rurttan rugrima. , ,
G. B. LAMAR.
W. A. Batchelor's Hair Dye! r-
-.. , ..; : - f . ' ta ' ...it
Thli tplendid Hair Dp hnao tqaal IrwtaaatmowsTa
elTect Beautiral Black or Batarel Brown oo alnmg
tap tkba orlujarlpg to Hair naitinrwuiieiir aa ...
effect of Bad Dyes, and Invigorate the hail . to lite.
None ar gwaaln enma ttgaod f. A. BmVm!."
Bold vrywhM. ' a-i-f - "
...i.. . . t i CHAB. BATCHBLOB, Proprtwtor, . U
lylfcwly - , ' ; - 61 Barcmy Stmt, New Ton.,
HAIR DYEHAIR DYE. s
Wm. A. Batchelor's Hair Djt "'
the Original and lest' In' the Worldl.
All other tn but Imltitii, and ahoald bo avoided
Uyoawiah toopridicul. . hi.-iT;
' GRAY, BED OB BUST! HAIR Dyed lnatantly to
beautiful and Natural Brawn or Black, without Injury to
tlPTBEN MEDALS AND BIPLOMAB ksv b
awarded to Wa. A. Batehektr mn 1888, and over 80,88
apylkationi hay bna aud ay tht Hair af hit tatrtat
of hit famou dyei . --,- -v-' -'-.fi .v
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DIB produoel ool
or net to b dlitlngubhed from natars, and It warranted
not t injar b th tout, hewem loaf Itaupseeoaaa.
ued,and th UI offnta of Bad Dynnmdid; tkaJbkr
lavlgorated for lite bp thwiptendid Dy. : r ' -
Sold In all eitin and town of tb United State. K
Drugglatt and fancy Good Dealer.' ;
JjyThi Gen ulna hat th nam and eddrea upon a steal
plw wgravmt oa loar eldn f aaak boa, of WILLIAM
A. BAiUUXMJit, aanroa .
CHARLES BATCHELOH, Pioprletor,
jyltwwlf I . ,i . .SLBnl7Stnet.MwIrk.?
i : Irish Linen Goods.
TTJAKBANTED FABKIO yi,
11 Linen Bhlrt Boaom Plain aad fancy
Linen sheetings and Pillow Oaring.' -x
'fcijii j ltoaOmarlnrfrfMawe.. ;,.
1 . ,. Linen Poeket-baodkrf, all aian.
. .i;.i, i , . .,. . Liaea Tcwvlllnn and DUpera
!. . ' : Linrn Napkin adD'Oylin. ;.,. L
. Linen Table OloUuand Satin Damuk.
tliu Lin Towel with nlvraim. ! lfi.
, Linen Stair Covering aud Oraeb. , .
i ,v . i. fori,i,aiB)wprton . - - h
. i , L ' l ; - j. t South HUtk etnet
; ' Baltimore -Clothing Ilousc'
TTTUfiio ' cAr- X23LsXTiil.
- j,t:WaoVaeTBaB AJrb 4raoiamau aue r i l
No. 308 w, Kaltimorwtreet -
,.vl"tt aiaaaTv x ao",! ti)
:i c: s,i(f ' BALTinttBB, BldU
i- ' , i i I i ..1,11 - i I mi ., -t . u.1)
Itfie' ItsoTtmeut el Piete a raralskla.
CPRIBIVCLOAKS AtNB BASQINESil
(J NSW BTTLE Ataia dk Boat, No. BDSouUl
tiSLaXA. BaeoDuun and
e'w In th aewmt and
ml atyliah taannerw -Alio, tnnyera -ai
ll-.L L.ia.. wmtm k-w Aaalan aarnMWMl.
HlMBthw v-l t.l ..tbl i:s.i'l'
"' M WagSHP'awAn j i iaTnxll8'Tt
j ; " . 1 I I I vwltllwal.. gjEt
,!;' ,. i-IU)
Prom th New ork etmim. l '
Al all Dart! a. aaannraila - a.-u
llged to pay Mr. Hew liaonn eaneh maonlMMld.
oath, aa to th number cold, hi book gin aoMeeate
manl. Prom thi rellablo aoan w bay otxaioad tb
following rtatlaUaa. Of tb marhlnn aLiuTvMr
19, thww wan nid, - ...... .
' W,lf Vlleon.- S1,8M
'r I.M.SlngwrfcO M,SJ '
w G rover fc Bak- uBB
Showinc th aalae of Whaala. St wiu a. k. a.u.
then of any other Ooavpaaj." . . .
United Statn Pain ot 150. 188 aad 1880:
a lao at Ui
I Ohio State Pair ef 1859 aad ldOti
. and at nearly aU th County Pair la th Seal.
Our nrieaa. at tha lata . . ,
loot Kick maahln now (old. and bat a ana. ki.K-. uJL
tn Interior tin thread eJtatm eUoh Bav
forced upon th market. wuKMmtt, tat
Tb WHBBLB WILSOB MACTflBB aukn She '
Lock Stiob the only ne which eaanot be raveled. It
A" '. ry.
rff T?Ht4t "ZI Have, U inHrumttm
gfnn la their in, fna of char?.
I H. CHART, 81 High t., Colnafcat, 0.
. .a. . . WkU 8UMNBB At OOw -
dc3 8a wiOknk wa Plk'i Opera Hoan, Obnaatl
" . ..!
No. 4 Ghv-vnne 'Blotik-
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA
ABB NOW RECEITINO THE IB WIB-
CEB GOODS, and tnTit h pabUe t-rriif . ,;
uem. no lucn itock of Oood ha over bna brwaght to
thla market. Th South, u ooaaaaiianaa of lhafZii.M '
of th grain crop, ha not bna able to parch ttn a-
nou goeoa, ana mi rac t aaa loraea the
Importer to nil then at pubUe aaatloa. Oar bay
(Mr. Stan) beinc la New Tork at thaaa aaua. JL
advantag of tham, and w oau and will nU our good
hare, at leaa than any on who purchased two week ainoe.
paid for tnem in New fork. Our Most kjoaJt k
every department of . .. -
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, . .
I UTTUIHAN VELOURS,
j - BROCHE VALENCIA3, 1 :
j. , PRINTED MEBIN08,
' ' PRINTED C0BURG8,
0 -'-" DYED COBUGj
BLACK ALPACAS, . .
ORLEANS, ! t;-.,
, -. FANCY WOVEN FABRICS, ' -
'" 1 ' " ALL WOOL DELAINES,
, POPLINS, PRINTS,
,"" ' DELAINES.-
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
i , Bought in One Day,
Uea'a, Ladln and Children's Under Shlrtt and Drawere,'
Ladie. Minn and Ohildren'i Hosiery of all kind. In
Wool and Lamb1 Wool; fleecy Line and Cotton Glovn -of
A oemplete assortment of all tbe usual varie
(- - OVERCOATINGS,
1 - TWEEDS,
I . RIBBONS, '
I ' DRESS TRIMMINGS, -
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambric Hand
;;. , kerohlefii, ftc 4e.
To person who call on as, w pldg our word to
Iflow them th largMt, beet and cheapeat ttoek of Ooed,
ver na In thi market, or pax them on dollar per
hour whll looking.
dMl-dlyStawltw. STONE O'HABBA;
The Btoolc Kwplaxxlahed. ' " '
FBOfll LATKSr I KfF4BT AT I ONI 9t i)
NE W YORK.i:'
MT STOCK Of " '..'V"5
Spring & Bummer Millinery
' I aow complete, oomp rlsmf every vartety of MUln-
eryt ate, a large aaeortmcnt of Bmareiderin, Hoetery
and Botton, Jto el in aaaUUn and print tawoav- k
aot fall to tort all who Bay favor oa With eaal.1(1Thi .
goods have been bought at Panto price, andWIUbeaold
at a email adranc on ooat. " ' --
j- i . 1 .'..J v.i til. '.
'' HILLIHERT "
Miss M.E.YOUNG, Ute or New Tork City, '
Will superintend1 th Millinery Dpartmnt; Brlong
xperlenoT In th moit fashionable btabllahaunt la
Breadway Will alone bo warranty that ah will b ahl '
U gir astln aatiafactioa ia matter of tun to all wb . t
may (aTor ker with thalr order. . .,,. t
- ,Th Ladle ot Columou and vicinity will pset. aoy t
opt my sincere thank for their liberal patroaag, and '
I. would naueetfullg aalk-tt a eabHaaiaMaf aha mm 1
R. H. WAKES, "
88 East Tewn St,, GlMommt OO
E. M. WnilAMS & C0M : '
front Street, Between State and Town."
rTTHE OLD CABRIA6B
A CHOP le atill running, and altkeagh C
w praaun oi iai year aa nt keenly i
upon her rannlnx rear, ah I artlll tnm.-
ng Mt than iploudid PHATONS, ROOKA WATS, end v,,
PRINOB ALBERT'S BHIPTING TOPS and NO-TOP
BUGOIBS, OABBIAOB8, EXPRESS, SKELETON,
DEMOCRAT and GRO0BRT WAGONS, SMALL OMNI
BUSES and HACKS. Twenty yean ataady aanaftae
taring ha given eat work a Wideaporad itpMiM u
larouau in eoutn ana wen.
,refbndenit enneoenary to my acv ttdn I
ia ragara to in enaiity ec ear want, w waai
vmiT vanioLa. W na nil eoaa Tor Boweta fran ,
SiEStoSna. -' - . !
Dealara aaa b firntahed with tap amount of work at . ..
abort aoUo. and at prion lower than aa be bought any
whenia th Wnt. . Seoond head BogSMt tasoa to
ohang f or aew work .
S7BpalriBf doa neatly and at shott aotte. -
tery on front, btwa Sat and Town stmts, Celam- ,
. 1LTAII eommaaioatioM wtH iulipinplvAtonttoa,
Aia. Ur-wlp .
BV M. VI
ITEIJtB 0H1TTENDBN. i . . HlNIT t. CHITTtWDd 1
1 1 H. T. CHITTENDEN yXl
' ATT0RNBt8ATI.AW..srj.v R,llij
ft TTa OfSraa. ISO naaadwa BM Talk Clt. and
rVasoa' Saiutm; Oolumbu, Ohio. .
iaTTOaretul attaatloa paid to OoUndoa
iaorltftdftn -"" ' ""! "
tl ill iAti
lA'QLE 3RASS ,70IlKS;,i;
' j , , .J, eraer Bprlasj dk wVatep Sia., ,"m
iai Mactonn of Bran and Onmpoetrlow OaattBa, .,
, Pinlahed Brae Work af all Deocrtpttoat.
I-tAL. . ' - ..... -. dl
Elcctro Pfatift 'xii 'JGi!2is ! ! 2
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