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Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
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CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
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MtX AITS" AOOOatMODATIOB LetTta Ootnmboi
attiW p.4a.r Will atop avail MaOoaa Soath of
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WOROESTER'S
BOYAL QUARTO DICTIOKiR
Ant i;aetpm xseoiuM tno Sett.,
Jn B1UW BtnUuA, AV
1 tbcrltf f th iEaf Uaftt iiuifia-r'.f
-rm BEST INOMBfi DI0TI0WAKT BIT AM.
arary 4I tvyihtr4
'Hi art upward, of a Ensdrad Thotaauki War
wbOM malUfarloaf aMaalon aad awrrnUana. feU
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MtoSibltoUtoni of tto Mmbtrt 'of tU QUoStoU
Tha MadaraWnaA. aaaathaai a Hia AhtA HI--l..-.'
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aawctaaon, adopt and aim to oh la taaohloir, wrlUnt
ad tpaainir, tha orthofrph aa proaaaaaUlon iof
WowaiUr'i Bo-al Quarto Dictionary, and w moat obr-roo-nmnd
It u tha moitrallabla alandardaa
jhwltj of tfa Bogllih Uaiaap, at It la now wrltuo and
vj-vaaaaMa
mAjraaiwi,fttUlntBByoa bolUn. I
. SiLaaaarrr, 8aparlatndnt Imnaarill. Sohooi
7' HlET,T' ap'tUaaallOBDnltm aehoola. i
I. OowMar, Sap't Pobllo Bohoola, Bandulgr.
Jo-m Lrirea, Rsl'tPlblic lehoola. Olralarllla. I
Bajrraaa, PrlnolpaJ Olaralaad lomala Bemlaa-
wm. Ifrmrai.t.. nnH Vnt1iM a.k An I. v. tt-i.
oan Oaiw,, Prmolpal (laUMormal Bohoal, Minna-
OlMtoSti11' ?rtDefpl Joarth IsMnixlUt School,
H. B. Maam, inp't Canton TJoloa Sehooli.
Ibww Umtx, PHodpol Mo!tal7 Morreml School. 1
Bu I. Xa-vaa, Prof. Mathoatatlo. Ohio UnlTtnltr,
WM. W. Bbwabim. Sap't Troy Union School.
A. 6. Honiaa. PltaaliU Wa-t ULrh lUiul. tfUwm.
B. A. Boattw, Attoelatt Principal Bits School, Olrra-
XnoMu Imiai, Principal Blah School, Clara
land.
B. f. Btntunoa.PrlaelMl Okramal IottltafibTT
A. Surau, Pratldant of XUctlo IntUtota. HI
ram. .
W . L. Tuila. Pant. At trhamltfwa nVIn' WmImm
Unlrwtlty: ' "
H. H. Ilim. T flamailailima. nfn,.!. aV.ib
iutm Mormoa, Prof. Bhetorto, Oberlla Oolbft
o. Hol, Praiidont Antlooh Oolltta.
O. W. H. fllTMAt. Pvnt. U.lhMiIUa tfl1t
Ichwol.Paytoa. " " ' ' "
8 0.. UaVD Mlilial . Ptnf. T.AvnrriBiM IT la tUhtvnl
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. M. BaIMA, Supt TJdIoo Sehooli. Aihland.
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f froAtw, wMora tmd Dtotgi Ud Xduoth
tvrw, Hunt aaaopttd
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
afajtOTTA CoLLiaa "it k triiy a mafnlfletat work,
aahaaar tatba author, tha abllahara.aiid thawholt
onatry."-ProjU4 Asarawt. ,T
0io WaauTAa TJarmarrr'It aaoaada my nrpocta-
vaa. II W1U a aw nil. ta arthomnh and nraaaal.
lUoa.aa4 wtU aftanaw eaaaalaaiaymahtUi nat
aad aaaarat aVfinlUoBa.n Prwidaot thompaoa. .
W . a . lajBMii r - - uniM.rttM m Um
ntari artaoc raphy. At no.it maatlnt of
Paaaltr.H Waadacldad tndlin.a It ta i-mfnm tl thai
af Warantai'g Boyal Qnarta Illetlonarr." Pmldtnl
Waaaama Brnma Ootrtat. I ni' ti worthwoi
hv-m apiiiixuoa.rri lotDt Jtiicooooa.
Oaaaiia ftnillaa "Tl aura th auata a amaata.
uomw. a raanmaiaaa t at tna .tanitain antaontvia
rthoapy to mj ahlldraa And my pnylU." Pwaid.nl
m-Ui
AltTKcal ffiaiaaa "T adaataiid ttm huh taaali.
mc, wrlttnaaad ttMattsf , th orthofrapby aad proaaa
yn,uKl J1 Quarto DkUooAry."
m wa-aaaBa) malw v
"la til my wrltraf, apaaUof , aad taaohlnf , I bar an
mrertd ta aoaform to Lb. mIm for ortboaraDhv and
-rBoraot Maaa, lata Ptatlatat. " ' 1
pranjacaiiioa ai ooataloa. ta w .rtia.tar'l UiaUoaarv.
Xorroa Omiaaa. OAnram-tmoiteordlall roooa.
aad II at Lb. nail -alalia ataulir4 utluH el th
Baf liah laaiaat at tt 1 bow written and tpoken."
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
DrmBtt. AmtomSnyiX, OmmtUtUmtf Ommom
"Th MatlOBarw ia a lanarltBahU HaaBmant ta tha
laarBut aaa toaattry at itt aataor, aad aa honor ta tat
wmm w aiHan. . im aatantnitai aaaoanon it far tap
rlor to that af aB othar Laxlooa with which I u is
qaatntad."
Mkttk U OKU. T
"Tb) motl lallabl ataodard anthorltf at tha tea-
WBMTTn )
ZjMMttAg NtrryarpaporM of bhlo 6r
JromlU ClUm Birald MarcXm.)
Tha orthography af tha Woroaatar Dlottooary at thai
aid by matt, if at an. aalhon af dlitlnotloa in thlt
eaatryandBBflaad.aad ttafomt to ItenaaTalatagt
of ordinary wrlttra and aptakar. I
wnatarar prtjadlota may ana aslatad prarlooaly, a
oarafal itady of Lbit ralaaM will Invariably ka followod
bya warm tpprtoiatloo of It. troat aMrila, anda darlrt
is aaa nta ua waiitioia unrary, a u lary ar amail,
It la a library Inltatlf, and will ramala aa Imparltha
bteiwatrdaf fhclaaimmiaf tmaoauuar. J
raw tU OtooinnaH Cammtrtfat of Ayr 0.
at art mrtrda of hudrad Ihoruand won"i-ood.
lad and ladiarnb-whoat maliUnrtou mtanlnrt and
darlratloiia, a-tthar with thtlr cerraat tpalllnf and pro
aoaolatlon. ara tot alaarly btfora th aya. To work to
anqattUoaabia lb traatatt Thttaarai at Intitfh Word
mpabllAhad.
rwm Od OU-lm fttrttuUtitr mBmpl. K 1800. i
Brldaatto Waaaarm'a Botai. QpaaTa DtorUMuar It
X aaiy 14 fata, X Ua aaa i twtHt Aad mw tt
ia,aadaaa ay a pawMMlltr aatar by aompartagai or
oantrorarty. c.t : . '-y
Ai ta iawauriom, Wiai a-va taiaaiial
follow)! by aw bMt aalearai ia fctelUaa aa liatai
nathlna tab da-trad, aad at Oawawamxnn ktaaaMiUat
to ay LUt WoauaaTaa aaa kaaay faUwadw -
Pnbliahara, IIokellr 8taUaier,
BO. 181 SUPBBI0B ST., OLIVBUAND, OHIO.
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1 j.tuo atw roiKMB nara ptap uvnm aonng in yau-
'After a sarefat aalealatloa af tha pretmt nlaanf tha
aatataadlag Palloiaaof the Oompany, and tnring un
mwiwf awneaad la mil ra UMnfar, m biraoton
hart datlarad a Ptvotisaf d ait t. aa tba raa-
aaa paid at the labia ret, all pallatteror Uni ta forea,
totted prior ta Jaaaary 1, W0, twyabto aetnrdlna to tha
ii i
rale af the Oomsajur.
BatMfor all kiads at Lift Ooatlnmei. Pmenana.
aeaa, ItaMtunla, and Applitoreene, wtU.be loralthad
I ..I,.; .is B0BT.t.Pmnir,pviiiooat.
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ni tT.rrt)i Cttaabaai0i"
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Scigmiaii;Kjiis,s Evil;
Ii a constitutional tMnen, corruption of .'ha
bloodi by .wliioh '.thia- fluid became vitiated.
Wk, ndpoor. Ueing in the circulation, it
peryajea tfie whole body, and may bnrat out
iiBouoww'uu any panel Uwfito organ u free
tVpnt itt attaok. nor it there on which it may
not tlwtroy. Xlia torofuloua taint i variously
cauatd by .mercurial diatate, low llring, dis
ordered or unhealthy food,' impure air, tilth
and iUUiy habits, .. the depretaing' view, and,
above all, by the venereal infection. What-
arar be it otieinj it ia iiereditary in the con
titution, deseendiny from parents to children
unto the tiiu-d ana tourth (feneration : " indeed.
eeraa to be the rod of Him who toys, I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
their children.?''?-. ...
Its tffocU commence by deposition from the
blood of oort'upt or uleerous natter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles in the glands, swellings j and on
tha surface, eruptions or sores.. Ihisfoul cor.
tuptlon, which genders in the blood, depresses
wiiijriiurgiBil Ol JUC, B0. LABS ICXOIlUOUSCOnSUlU
lion-:Tiot- only suffer fronvscrofulpUS. Coni
plairfts but tliey have for kss power to witlv
stana Uie attacks of other aiseasesi coma
qucntly vast' numbers perish by disorders
winch, although not scrofulous in their nature,
aro still rendered fatal by this taint tn the
system, t. Most of the consumption which de
cimates the human family has it orljfln directly
In (Ids scrofulous contamination? . and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
andj. indeed, of all tha organs, Arise from or
ara aggravated bv tltv some cause.'
- One quarter of all our people are scrofulous s
.1. nl i T.J C ..... , , . ,
visuiis aro utrauciA vj tuia lurjtmg in
fection and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it rom tha tystara we must renovate
tha blood by aa altorativa medicine, and uv
vigorat -it 'by healthy food and. exercise.
Such a medicine wo supply In ,
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our timet can devise for this every,
whort prevailing and fatal malady.-" It is com.
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of tha
system from - its destructive consequences,
llano it should b employed for the cure of
not oalv Scrofula, but alio those other affec
tions which aria front it, such aa Enurnra
and Sxiif Disaxaas. St. AwnroNv'a Fm.
Rots, or Ebtitolas, Pimples, Pcstuxes,
Blotches, 15 laws and Boil, Tumors, Tettcr
and Salt Rkeux, Scald Hsad, Itmowonw,
Raioiurtsit, Smtamo and Meucukul Dis
BAtss, Onopsr, Dyspepsia, Dbiiilitt, and,
indeed, all CourLAXSTs Aitisuta ruoic Vitia
ted on Imppbe Blood. l"he popular belief
in immtritv ofiU Uood " is founded in truth.
for scrofula is a defeneration of the blood. Ilia
paraeuiar purpow ana virtue or tills Sarsapa
rilla to to purify and reganer ate thU vital fluid,
without which sound health 1 impossible in
coniammaiaa consurauont.
i t , . ; T -
Cure,
roa TUB SPEEDY C0EB OP
lateraalttant Pavar, or Favar anil Afue,'
Afwo, Periodical Ilaaalaeha, r Billow a'
H.adach. aid BUIana Civ.n. imAmmA.
vakaBaHni,BVVU m Ttira L am bib aw BT1P. Iltimn
tor tha whole elaaa of dlacaaaa orlnliiat
ln tn biliary dirangimint, can.ed fcy
th Uttlarla of UltttmaUe Coatmtrlaa. '
W are enabled hero to offer tha nmmnnlii i
remedy which, while it euros the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is inroluable in districts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. This
" CCna t eaptls tha mlttmatie poison of Fbteb
and Aqdb fresa the system, and prevail ta the de-
Teloptnent of th diataaa, if taken an th flrtt a
3.
proaoh of its premonitory symptom. It it not oi
the best ramcdv arar vet
01S4
tcovered for this class
A i
St.'
of complaints, but also tha cheapest. The lai
lh large
it within the
quantity w supply for a dollar brin
reaen at every oody
FEVBn. ANO Aoue
readi at every body ( and in bilious districts, where-
Loua oravaili. evarv bodv ahonld
hare it and use it freely both for our ana pro (no
tion. A Rreat superiority of thk remadr ovat anv
other ever discovred for the speedy, and certain
eur of Internment is that it contain! no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produce no qithtlim or
ether injurious effect whatever upon the eon. titu
tion. . Ihote cured by it are left a healthy as if
thry had nerer had tha disease. .
i ever and Agu is not alone the conseauence of
the mitumttto poison. A treat variety of disor
der aria from it irritation, among which are
Nturmlma. Bhtumatitm, Ouut, lleculacht, Blind.
MM, loot hack; Earaclit. Catarrh. Atthma. PaL
oitathn, PainM Afftction tin Spleen, lyster
Kt, Paim in the Bomlt, Colic, Paralytie anil Dt
rangemrnt of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intn-mitlmt
vbm become periodical. This CtntE expels
tne potson oom the blood, ana consequently cures
them all alike. It ia an invaluihla nrot.ction to
immigrant and persona travailing or temporarily
raatding in the m tlarioua dintrkti. , If taken ecca
stonall or daily While oxposad ta tlie infection,
that will be excreted from tha avstetn. and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it it even more valuable for protec
tion than eure. and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittent if they avail themetlTca of th protection
this remedy aitordsj ti ...... .
Prepared by Dr. 7. 0. ATXB CO., low til, Kass.
. -i-kV 'L ;T 8ABITBI, Oolambaa, . .
And by Srarrtitand Daator evrywbre
MTv-.lrd.twAw
OAIASIikl ft VETTED STATES KAIL
ONDOERRqiiASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, 'Quelbec,
.! ' 'ajjg,"- yj!'iU .
,-lVlJLiJ VV YOlCllXw ;'
Th Boo trail Oeaaa Steaauhtp Oompany' IntoUm
Nll-poworad Olyde-ballt Bt
tarda; from PORT LAB D,
teaman aail overv Sata
aartrlpf the Oanadlaa and
tnllad I
ROBWBSIAir.,
BAn w aat a tat .1
,n , B0RTH AMBRIOAK,
1 1 ANOLO-aAxntt.
JPVPBBBtftBlAnh
BOBia BRrX0H,irl )
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nuvAitiwiiAn.
horteal, CBenpeat MBt Qalekeat Con
...,..-,, vtf aac xraan .
insiOA to au parti or iraorx.
Ratten 6t 'Fnaapaa-a ta Ettropo.
Will sail from irviBPOOi worr Woalnoadnr i
tad from QU1BI0 ovory Batmrdlap.aalllngat
L0ND0NDEH.nr. to laaalvaaa boar and bud Malls and
Patarnrtra, to and from Inland and Bootland.
UTTnaai SttasMrt are ballt of Inn, In wataMJght
iwaparoartnta, carry at oh pa exptnanoad Sargaon, aad
evaryatbtanoa le paid to tha comfort and aoooBunoda
Bon af paattogtrs. .Aatbayprootoddlrtot ta LONDON
DERY, tha glial risk tad delay of oil Hog at Sl. John's
T avoided. . - )- .-
Olatgow laaatagitt are famlAhtd with raas passag
soktla to and from London darry, . . ,,
awiaiw hoi. graniaii a. man nun.
angtrs from all the principal Iowa af Otta Britain and
IrtUad. at rtdaeed ratea. hr thlt Una of tteamert. and
rtdaeed ratet. by thlt Una of steamtrt, and
by tb. WASHINGTON tlHB Of SAILING) PA0B.BI8,
leaving Llvarpeol evtry weak
Sign Draft for xi n ipwardt pay
I attola lm Kaalaai, lralnud. Scat- .
lana wr naiii
ro:
Mr naaMea.'"annW'at tha Oataa. lint 11.
tVAT. NatwAlirk. and lAtfATHKbr-
Hioai mmwJt V m ' ai J. .'" I J. J'. ' J? '
rwi -i aVakbai oaaai.a. stsMrM agents, i .
R. ARMSTRONG.
aolt lrdkw ,m Ptat OMet.Oalaavbaa, Obk).
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Summer Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
for Cinoianatl, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Indlanaoolls withoat Chang of Can
' and but One Change of Cars between ,
Columboe and St. Louis. ',,
Four Trains Dafly. Scorn Columbus.
FIRST TRAIN. '-
AUUUMM0DATI0K at I a. n4 etopplaf at all sta
tions btiwttn Columbui and Olnclanail and D.jton, ar
rlTloi at Olndnoatl at 10 OS a. a., and at barton at
7k- m' waaeaUtf at Paykia r ladianipollt aid
' . 1 SECOND TRAIN-. Vi
No. 1 IXPR138 at 11.40 1. m. odd luff at Jnnn.
wooo,l)Brlwton, Oadanrllla.Xtnla, bp tint Tallty,
Uorwln, Irataort. fort An.lant. Ilirma ti. Tk-nnn
an ni 1 . m .... L. ' " .m . . . "
R 1 1.1V l Hit, HUUUIDI il I
Potur't, ITtlud aad Mllford, uitatai at Cto.lnn.tl
71. P-.Baylon at.4S p. m.,ooaBttlawlUi tbt
"u, aoa uiaunippi jtaiiroaA for Looiavll!, Ky., Tin.
strott, Cairo, Bt. Lonu, MewOrlttatt tto.l at Dayton
2?.!! ''-.fOhlatgo and
- THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL at 0.10 p. m , Hopping at all ttitlons battn
Oolambn and Xtnla, and at Spring Valley, Ojrwln,
"""aa-i tMiiTiD t iVlDClDnail ( T ,
FOURTH TRAIN. V
tlloi uaytoa, at men midnight,
ttopp ng at London, Xnla, Dtyton, Mlddlitown and
Hamilton, arrrrlngittUlnelnnatittS.SS a. m.:atD.
ton at a.baa. mil conntatin at riiMinM..i k ,k.
viuio auu aunianppi nallroau lor bouliTlll., Braatrlllt,
Vtaoinnet, Ctlrp, Dt. Lonlt. M.mphlt, Nw Orltant,
ja " Potot Booth and 8onth w.it; alto, at Dtyton
" f"yviim, Mtiayaiw, itrr lltntt, VDicago, tit
: : -
If I POT fdrthtr Informttlrm and Vhrniiffh Tli,k..
Ulnl. I. U T. TWIUC U.U mi.t . . . R '
P. W. 8TRADBR,
Oentral Tlektt Agtnt, Clnclnnttl.
, I" ' '," JN0. W.D0HEBTT,
'',',- '' Agant, Colambna,
'" '''" B.W.WOODWARD,
.':. . prlntndnt, Cincinnati.
Columbui, July 14, 1801.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
OONRBOILRa AT BBLLAIRB WITH THB
BALTIMORE &
' AND At PITTBBTJBQB WIIH XBX ,
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
BATTiBOAP:
, ; ' P0BM1NO XBB -!
Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
Route to all Eastern Cities I
Tralnt Leave Columbus at follow :' '
.. M0RKINO XXPBI8S
leaves Oolnabst S.30A. M. from Union Dtpot. via
Ballarre r Stenbtnvliltr arrival tt Bellalrt, 10.80 A.
M. Staaaeavlll, IS MP. M. Pttmbargh, S.40 P. M.:
5,Tl,.b!?l l l9 A M-i,a AOarrtoiea, arrlvta at Maw
York t.00 A. M.t mta PkilmUinkin. 7ni. . pkii
dtlphta, 8.10 A. M.j Btw York. 10.30 A. U. Oonaaeta
alto at Barrlsbnrf for Baltlatora, arrlvlagat 7.4 A. M.
Hloepiaff Can attached to tUi Train
Praia Oolambu. ran dlraattr thrnn.h ta nallalra a.
'""I" wiuioai onaag; an ranongtr via AIMS'
w..MTvaai,r ton at a aw sa.- -. . . -
IC7TW0 H0DB8 IM ABVAHCB OP M0BTBBBR
Tbii Train alto connects at Bellaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. . , .
, , PITISBOBSB BXPBBBS. '
Ltavtt Colnmbat 11 Bt A. M . rV.ai nlna' Danat. ah
ataubtnvllltl arrire at Newark, 14 SO P. at.) Cothoe
Jon.S.lJP. B.j Btaubaanlla, t P. M.; PltLtbarg, 9.40
M. lir Thlt It tnaonlv roata bv which Paawnren
i toava Olaelnnad at 7 A. M.. m throaah ta ai iia.
bnrgh la daylight, wiiaoat dun ft oi oartor delay.
PAST LINE.
Ltavas Oolanbat 8.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
i"". . r. ai.i zanatriue,
UP. M l Belial r. 7 U p. il.: Pl.l.h.r.h n ea
M.: Barrlibara, l.OO A. M.i via AUmUomm. arrrra.
daw Yrk,4 P. at.: eta fMlaMohia. arrrrra
n.ll.J.l-ki. k an m .. .. . r
Train alto aonaaott at Harrlabnrg for Balumore. ar
riving at 1P.M.
rit Trala rant throagh to Bellaire or Pttttborg with
oat ehaam af Oanl and fmal Vttialam than. k. ai
raiuMiaiDiiia. uu a, ai.i ma inn. a n. aa aki.
ehaagt of Cart to Fhllaaslpbla, or via Allan town to
new lort turn oxtilng
The only Roate from Cola mb at to Baltimore,
i rmiaaeipoia.or new r or K, with only.
. one ohange of Can. . ' i '
By fill Trala Ptatntara arrrra In Beat Tn, lin
hemrtln Uraaatot the Northern lln.1. -
Tbtt Xrala alte oonaeon at Ballaira with the Haitam
andOhto&,B, .... . . , .
UTTbit Rente U 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
. ... . . .i . .
.i.. auu inaorw wan auu miles BQOrteP (0 '
.. New York, than Northern Lines.
Vl-K.l I I - '
Baftap Checked Tluouga to all im
, portant Points East.
."" V
.. s ASK POa.XIOKBTS VIA .
i BELLAIRE OR 8TEDBENVILLR.
-ft-i nall .III II in Ii I '. i i ' '-
Tiokota over cither Rotate.
.,) in :.: .1 W0- -y.Boprjf
' t -t.i 0ta.Tkk4 Aianl Oentral Ohio B. R.
1 .,- I. A. UOtOHtNSOH,
, Ota. Tloktl Agant Stoabturlll Short Line.
JtlO
0111:111181178 BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM:
REldOVEB AN D PHBYENT8 I IV
Sammalion and pain, Bttd boats tht Wont barn,
soald, brala.at frath wonnd af an kind, niwmta
swelling and pala from be sllntt, moaqnlto Mtae, and
CBTUBwa. piania, neaiairw, rneatainam, agaa la tn
i a.t, talt rheom, ate. . When taken Internally, It will
potlUvaly ear aranp In oalldma. and give latmtrtltli
nlltflathe worttoatt of this terrible complaint) aleo.
naiovet htaitenem and tort throat. Prlot, S3 etalt
kottto. ' Shaald bale eve iihoaia. Por eal. e Crn.
glsBjaadStorakaaptrt. IRYIM STONB,
rropnetot, m t . J apnea tt., Btw YerBj.
IfO real JuiUot ean be don th above nnnaratlon.
by procuring and reading deecrlptlreptmpbl.ui
toand with aft dealert, or will be teat by Proprietor
deawadr- Pormato and Trial Bottle ant to Pbyat '
olana, who Will tnd developmental labtLh worthy Lhetr
aoteptanoi and approval. ,
Oarraipandaaot toUdted from all whose Baeetsttles or
tariotity protnptt to a trial of the above reliable Bom
dies. . ; - . in ....
Por ale by the ataal wholteale aad retail dealer .,
everywher. ...
OrpiIf t. IKJBNEWeJLl Prprlta ,
,, v i . CHEMIST ABB PaUaUOXTiaT, .'".- 1. '. '
Wav riamauralaf Wharf. Baatna. nYaaa'bUl
Bator A Samael, R. 8. Marpla; 3. R. Cook, S. af
Daoto, O. Dealt tt Beat, A. 1. Sobee Her A Son. Arena
Oolambaa. Ohio. : .- mUlr
BPITEiUfflKPI'S - FOKNIallllfG
a OOOUS. -
Boralllm la Neok Tito aad Boarfa.'' I
, " Biroa and Oarrot Oollars. ..
' ! EBbraMarad Pook.t nan.l.fnhlai.
Pari tld01ov,ta.Hor mat. - - "
aloaa Hill tblrie, rarieaa etykea. h." ."i -i--.
Boye' Oeldta Hill Shlria, da r. ,,k . 'J ;i
DriTlngtnd Street eiorefc do ,
Hemmed Pocket Htndkerohlefi, Hrlont itf let. ' ,'
adalt Mote aad Pada Oawatnls, - ' ' '
.,. ... h.v.i i n i., i r . . baib it an If. .
apt:
irQS , ' . , ,,, Re. It Soath Blgh auaet.
isTouons.--
PiRtt,l 6X0 MOtOfftfiBtti ' 4 ':. 14
ivJ om-.4i
ai rtwartC aad
. . d. 1 aouapo. ' " '
I aaa set tale, tow far sata. bp - todT
wavauua mvvm e vu. ii r:
tot leaib MtghttiettaQelitiapai
l)xo Stktsmmx
TI1II. -
f ally, par year.
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[From the Boston Courier.]
NATIONAL PRAYER.
BY JOHN L. SULLIVAN, JR., M. D.
wS.'w ttta ;
BtraaiihT? lbtm "d ,n
atraioli forth throngb rolling yaars th hand
' r.1. f!,u k"P It free"
- . Ia i lh woridt onward march grant Thou ' '
, ..f Our nation lead the van, , , . , ..- , .
Poremoit la right and rlghiaoaipait, n - , t
" In love to 9od and man. '
OhorMt-Qoi keep ow ttaue anlted Sttlei,
OnanaUonof thtfrta, , ,
u ,j Of btood-boBghtLlbeibi , ., , r,
like torn gnat temple arohed and doaei ? '
And many tolnmotd rite
Snored at very honae of Ood, '
,. XhoaUnion-lo iheaklt- ; .'n r..'; , :
As thine own rugged, rooi-boond coans
I Bttbt the ooeaii't rate,
. Btand ihoa 'gtlntt earth a tmUtllcd hostlr , .
Unraortd from tgt to me,
i . t'Aortie-.eod kttp, eto. ' - ' t '
firm at , etrlh't fbondttlons rtit " " i
Xha plllart of our suit, , ,
Bated cn thoie vlrtnet which alone ' !
Make men aad nationt great, " '
Which blndi oar Sutat In one, m'r " J ' '
Keiltt tht ttormy thock of time, jr.-- ,r I
And ittod while thlnei the tun.
caome-Ood kotp, eto. ' i i
[From the New York Commercial Advertiser.]
Fall Fashions.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL.
Tear ladiea' thnntrhta mn I n a
alted and gadder channel than tbey have dur
ing the preceding year, and they have lets time
to think of fashion, it whims and fanoiee, than
or old. Still, they tod the children matt be
clothed, and the love of the beautiful and ef
harmony in colore ae well at ia sound, tends
their fanoy la search of ptetty tbiogt. Bat the
"opening day" oi the year one thousand eight
hundred and tlxty-one it quite different from
tne -opening day" or former and more prot
peront years, and there is bat little dlsnlav thia
season. Btill. taste reia-ns anoranaa. Invan.
tire braim hare not bean irfl. w.m.. a.-..
T fn neoeMlty, have to atudy to adorn
the gifted, the favored, tha baanttfuii and aha
gay, the thoughtless and the flattered, little
dream to whom they owe their success In eto
Uvatiiig. , . , ;,
lois rear, the Court of Franna haina- i.
mourning, black forms th groundwork for the
display of every other enlnr.
- - T V wvwawm, WH ' WflHip
off to great advantage, and making the style of
l" 6uci-iiw weuotaiDK. I..,., i
Th. ...J........ ..." i ... : .. .'
... ..vavaunuwu, juti now it usriDalf
dl, a bright deep orange oolor.but U will ant
doubtedly . be saperseded by the different
thadetof red, the shade "ia roi e snWime" taki
log the lead, at almost every one can wee
red. Garibaldi it, however, nixed with ever
Ladiej IDOff great taita nnar..a.a Ii u.
lowing nature, that true and faithful gaide,
and adopt hues in accordance with the differ
ent teasom. Pale Oolora ara nhnaan foe a.ra.
mer wear, when to look noon an.thins hih
exhaust at) bright, beaatiial tints are sal acted
for autumn, while warm, tiub eokxt are ore-
f taat BArl Iab aata. T . e
iimw, an we apring, green and
violet speak modesty lor themselves.
A new Shade of nnrnla haa Anna na tht.
fall, of bluish cast, pardcularly adapted to the
blonde, a very trying color, however, to a dark
or ealiow complexion. .. Tha . brunettee and
blonde aa usual divide the day. But green, a
bright, emerald green, la sow ai iavorite, and
By J, be the oolor, for everybody ean wear
green. ...f,,y.. . .. ., . ,,. ,
the twenty-roorth and twenty-filth, of this
month being dayt dxed upon by milliners for
their opeoingt, they moat be the first on the
MPia oc laahloo. "UpeDlng days' are going
out of fashion. Milliners and their easterners
are alke disgusted with them. , They ere toil
some to vUitora, and very wearisome to mil
liner, and tbey ara at laat voted down., Proba-
oiy Wis very meager opening is the iaaj we tbail
ret here. : -,.-,..
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEARING APPAREL. BONNETS.
Shapes of booneU are bat little changed.
They recede still more at tha aidet, and project
mnch more over the top, though aome ladies
wear regular old fashioned cottara boanat.
with the faee trimming set very far Inside the
Das. i ois usdioo is ootb tDgllsh and Ameri
oanj the other Is exclusively French.' -American
ladiee decidedly object to bonnet
that aitt op to high on the top, - Their faoet
are .too long and thin for that style, and It
aa.t. at. a a. A f M . a .
aimaaxt aw lak -t t ....... ,.( .:
rTK99J BaBUICBI ..... . . .
v A thin, long ftoe, with a larcebonch of low
ere evor the lorthead, and a perfect garden on
tne top or the bonnet, looks ttrangely ugly, and
that ditfigared many ladiee walk Broadway. -
But moat American Jadlee rebel against this
very trying bonnet, to millibars strike oat for
themselves, exercise their own inventive pow
ers and combine the two fashlosa, that hitting
upon a medium Ibape that le very ' pretty had
very becoming. Madame Ferrero Is very hap.
py in this pirticultr, and hat a beautiful shape
oat this Fall, as have our other letting mllli-
Bers. '
The bonnet most worn thia Pall will be "of
oiaca narr, trimmed with gay oolors, in fruits,
uuwwrw, riuouo ana leatnere, uraoge color It
mixed with every other color, and tew bonnets
are without tome thade of yellow blended with
otner ooiore. AU the colors or the rainbow
are combined opon some bonnets, snd they are
a itasterully blended that almost any lady will
find them becoming. ' ' . '
Madam Ferrero has' two very unique bon
netj. One, white quilted silk with a bine vel
vet crown, so nude as to bo perfectly simple,
yettelegant in the extreme; and lovely for a
blonde. . Another, a rich dahlia colored velvet,
with floating ostrioh plume Bnd velvet braid
looped gracefully up at the aide. Flowers of
duck velvet, rrotted with steel mixed with
black lane, aad side take, orBament the inside.
White, etrlnge will universally be need for ail
dreae occasions. An elegant black velvet mixed
With orange oolor hung at the etde of thia re.
tAsrcAt dahlia bonnet. ' Bal the trimming of
uvea uata eauuue uw aeawroeu, so great la toe
simplicity and elegance of the ttaanner of pot
tiagttM. -" ' - i.e.- n :i ;,-.,...,.
; Capet of bonnets are deeper than evert tomt
tr otreular, thlek aad thin, all eortoW Lac
Veilt are all th rager black akd white fact
valU, blaok thread leoe, geaee and Illation are
all ween, and laee to fait over the front ef the
bortoat It partioalarly admlrtd. . , .
velvet and tllk combined till be the material
stoat need lor white boaneta. 't .. .
. At present, heavy straws, elf black: black
and white, and black embroidered with bright
colors, are used lor traveling and abopplba;.' "
' A sew aiogaera ana wane nvtnen are -called
for end some grey are told, bat Mack oe.ee ire
meat laablonsble. ioJn-m.i n., th!, .ut,
, Black relvet is mixed with every sort of frlrn
BBlOf.'"'' vi. ,?m r T.m e, ,;j-a i.
i The feathers this seaeob are partlculatlj ele
eant, eoneeqoeaUy they will be need exten.lv.
ly.' For drees new Style of feather ia made,
pai.iy veinou, parwy aura pout, WlfU Beading
va Twirw. lauwvin auu leatner leaves ( ICaVU
made to Imitate lace, tied together with dli.
cate, tkllllal fiagere, the leathery fiber tied
lata a net worn, aaa moei ingenloatly woven In
to the shape f a leaf. ' Theft there is a little
sun leather used, wblob w tee on military hatt,
oalled the aigrette.. No tvenlng boaaettere
vaaiDitea una inn, aa praoence Didt ladiet be
careful of their meant, and they will only be
made to order. ; vi . jk -..n,-, t.u,. ... ...
Mlatea and ehildreo will wear reaad bate,
beaver, felt and velvet, of the boulevard, Onion,
turban and Boneve forms, variously trimmed
with velvet, feather, flowers and rlbbono-
Raehe head dfestee and S Turkish bead dree.
made of black velvet, will be the chosen wtyle
ol head gear for dinner, areas Snd ham tnlMtw
CLOAKS.
, Clotk will be tiw 'material snOet ittad t
eloakti velvets for thttt) who ottfrd tOLhpy
U. Basques, tacks, circulars, will each
worn . I Be most fashionable establishment tx
biblto oalla new Battavraa- . ....... !
it.?0! luUrn M " inimto ilttrt plaited ion
'., tauare at tne DOItOB), Bod f Ug
down to the edee of tha nln.l- i 8
' Another had three plalta la the back, and wts
--.u.Pi jo irons witB trimmlog rnanloK
over the shoulder. . , , , , . .. , 8
The leading ptttero, however, U the Adallse,
a black Cloth cloak, verv tnn.-r and full
eultr in ehaoe. with a nimnia. i ...a
Jost below the aboaldert. - The back haa a trlale
P m " u0In,,n,?nfld "Un no?l crocheternament
which falls below tha walat, a m.i.i....t
BtelUh ....... , . - . . ' - r-y--"B" -"
-j aataa Biaa AA1TJU "
'
DRESSES.
fabrics ar hitut.1t .Meal I.ma Mr.
, mv. euivav UCBTT KUtJUB
tbatatand off from tha iotm. ..;..
d. - at awv WWI W MVnlIK
AlalttlAiBl M to aVi 1.(1 a -1.11
PonlinS. thick rei.' onnH. ..4 L, ,rt:
...a, -a WMSV.M W BUH1 JUT . fin 1 IH iaaaa 'aa OtoAnaai
- - - - --r r u ,t auaa ana
rrebcb cloth are now worn h i.riiu i
Crloolioe etill maintains her sway', and ample
flowing skirls itooir haavv mala t n.......
ih.h.n.k . ..".
api,.-, uum ara ytt worn, bat tbey
are not admired. Skirta are cut longand very
fall, plaited oa to the waist In large box plaits
aa oi old. . Walsta ara lana and Snt.haii irh .
belt or aane, made square ia the neck, surplus.
IPAlrtlitwa avl.: -I ..." '
-u.u, iiu, iwuet any way to suit tnetanoy.
The xone or pesttnt belt it a great favorite, aad
it chiefly made of velvet. s - i :
Skirts are trimmed op the aide, around the
bottom and no the front. Vl.t .in h. ik.
irimmiog most aamired. Broad black velvet is
neoetsarily costly, and therefore will not himm
common... In all the different departments of
uw auwque prtaomioates.
tyapes of every sbaoe. both for morninw anrl
wi win, are oAirauieiy rasmonaoie '
One dinner dress of rich green " rep" tllk,
skirt-OUt 'Borimr. DOmnadoar waiat anrl half
short sleevea, with black ailk laid la hollow
puns around the bottom of the skirt and half
way up eaoh gore, waa very elegant, particular.
7 auapieu kj nmi qaeeniy beauty.
SASHES FOR EVENING WEAR.
Scarfs of silk, frlne-ad on tha anda. data aa.
placed saebes. Sometime, also, a boddiee of
reivet or suit is worn with w da anda fln.tln.
00 the tide; and if of velvet, fringed with gold.
Silkt are in demand for evening dresses,
wuno nrocaaea wua crimson, and black tod
taarihalHL . ...
Stewart baa a aaoerb bridal
of great value and rare beauty, bat we mast wait
till another time to describe it minutely, and
m m w, . -j:', t .
YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHES, ETC.
. Boyt itlll weir the cutaway and sack jaokl
eta. Little bojs wear a Zxiare costume, and
Imagine themselves soldiers, and are very bar
py la the delusion. Thia drest does not admit
vi uiuuu Taneij an tne cnange notioeabia is la
this Zjuave ooeturoe, and in bright colors being
adopted by little boys. ,
One important change In ladfee drete It bl
inch benefit that It mat not peat by without
remark, and U la la the adoption of heavy
ougiuii auuet. , otimorai ooote ana lar-llntd
sooea insure gooa Health and happioeae to
laaiee, and tbey begin to enjoy the benefit
of wearing them. A dainty foot la by no
meant disgraced by an elegant fitting Bal
moral.
Furs were lets used last winter than in for
mer yearei tbey are too expensive, and ara not
indispensable. Bat there are took elegant fare
Imported this fall, that many will be tempted
w inauige ia tne luxury of a lor oape or tluoeti
mnff and iarlloed gloves and shoe.' Velvtt
hoods and aome rebel bonnets will be trimmed
with fur. ' i.
Ladiet will drest the front hair ontte difiW-
eukij mia next win lor. . it win Da crlmnad.
curled and puffed oat very far at the aidet, and
oot worn Close to tne race. .
The Cost of Gentility.
Whatever may be eald to the oootrary.il does
ooai a great aeai ec money to be a treaUeman,
and great deal more to be lady. Where the
miatree of the boose has to be a nana and do.
mestic servant at well as wife, shs will be eure
to eink Ibe last character la' the first. Unless
a woman baa eitraordisary health and vigor,
hat husband will enjoy very little of bar eoolety
if she is always looking: a.ter the children or tbe
dinner; and, It both he and tbe are forced to
spead a great deal ef time aad thought in eeo
triving waya to nuke their income core their
expeutes, tooir mipd will be very opt to aseume
a petty cast, and' Will be fixed, for the moat
part, oo small and somewhat sordid, though lm-
portent objects. : Te obecar difficult and
struggles of each mode of life ere, la plain
truth, great enemies both to refinement and to
nign aimt in nie.- a couple to whom every
sixpence is aa obleot, have to think and talk
great deal about atxpeneee. . . Altboagh it le
leotly right that they shoald, do so, it woald be
better lor taem uoiu to oe ire Irom the obllza
tlon. ' 1 ' ' - ":- " , v-. - .
It follow from thia that the deal re to keep
ap appearanoea ia naitoer ait empty nor vul
gar one, for the appearancee to kepi np cover
tuosvantiai realities, it is quite true that the
flret and perhaps the moat obvious retail of
tbe tort of marriage which le so warmly advo
oaied, is a lost of social station) bal the reason
wby . that lose is incurred is. thai eaah mar
riagts almost alwaya render potteeslone ef
great importance extremely preoarloua. They
endanger the lndependenoe and the refinement
of those who contract them, and they snake It
prooaDie ions tney win beoome the parenu ol
ohildrea waovwlilhold s aotiaod In Hie alto
gether dtffereat froaa their owa. " Thia elmple
aeesaat or tne miliar will conuna to be tbe
true eae eo fenw at the . avrtr aoarrv and
eotl-reetralat of mukbad continue SBbetaatlal-
ly enobaoged. i W bather op no such a rtok is
wertb Tnnatng, end tuch a price wortn - pa
Ing for the gratification of affection, la a eepa
fat question; bat it le of greet Importance to
understand rightly what the price really is.
ri.i.-rf M..- ' . .-.., r. .
vvr WIM HIR.ini,
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1 Tbb Fipth ConiiA0iErrr.'-An old school-'
master said one day to a minister who had come
to examine hla school; ) T,, jw, ru- ,i..rt,li
."l believe the ehUdreB know .the Catechism
Word for word.'', .f..v -s,h . .-..i trt,:
1?
rVBat do they aBderaiaad it, that le th anet
ieal",tald theswiater,..w,. t.i..v,. .- .
Ite schoolmaster .only .bowed reipeciiaUyi
Snd the examination began. ,.i . , 1 1 ... ,ir
A little boy bad repeated the filth ooamand-
mtnt Honor thy father, and thy motherand
he waa desired to explain u. Srcj.rsvi TI
; t' Yesterday I showed tome ttranre rentlemen
ever the mountain. The tharp lionet cut my
feet, Bad the gentlemen, eaw they were) bleed
tog,, sad they; ear me erne atanav to hnv
shoe. I save It to m mother, for ah had no
anoea euner, and i thought l could go bsrefoot
td better than the cottld. ' - ' "
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im ii'..i.i.ari
ST There are" multitudes of men who all
their life - long fail ef ear neat Christian dety,
bat always bold befora, themtelres thle teadr
shield: "I meant right." Now. the proper.
evidence of ' meaning right It doing right.
There Is no other- evidence that tan Justly be
accepted VAn imbeolla good natora iaa aot
meaning- right. .'There are thousaada of men
who, it mere amiaoieness w meaning right, il
kind or urel'M benevolence ia meaning right.
h.ea rlffht inttntlnnl. ' There ara thnnaanrta
of ttta that paas throagh life without anv die
tlset aturnoM. apparently eritboat anv aeamlaa
deaireto do, right, who hold twentairee I he
excasable for their laoits and fallings simply
on tbe ground of meaning well, of having good
lntentioes. "
i 1 1 . aaaaia tl, jjj.-j.
: CTLord Macaulay tad tlnrctir tuta for
walkiog throagh the deserted atreet af tha
great metropolis la the hotare when UaoitiawuS
ware laM aaip,and mi wa buabd. Those
were the hoars, h a ted ta reasark, fat tvfli.
uon aaa tooughtmrhae th attee aavieliaete
wbioh 1 pecmlaar t eaidalaht to treat oi ska.
teal ever- the BMdifmtiag wayfarer, solitary
apparaauyi bkw ajoa id an waria. . Ltt. kka
ep poaeeaaed a stmUat laete. and Charlee Dick-
tot te eiogeiariy toad of Old eity street an
aileye, when they . erw wmptia ef u Bay
aL, aVi. aw it. .i j a .a .
uuvag uai nils lattB ib toe aay timet
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InTailaljly la AdTanetv
PtOF. u; MILLER'S
II Af Of II JVIGORATOR
An . EffoctiTor Sato and EoonomlcH
, .r r" Conponnd,
TOR RESTORiriO GRAY HAIR
T ft ariglnal aolot wibawyatnt. and prertnUny
, Hair from tasting gray. .
FOR PREYENTINQ BALDNESS,
And ouring It, whaa there It the laaat par Hole ef Tftall
or reoaparaUr orgy reauinlnn.
FOR REMOF1NG SCURF AND DaNDRUp
j AndtileobiaaoutAilectlont ef th Scalp. , ,
r, i r . u Hfi.AU 1 ir x in u i tU& HAIR.
Imparting to It aa aneaaled tloea and briliiaaav. a,i..
It tort and silky ia it tux tort, and earning it to ear
readily. . ,"
Xbe great celebrity and Inereaalng demand for thlt na
aqaalad prtparatlonv aoavlaeet the proprietor that oat
trial la only nunnery to tatt.fy a dlaoamlag public of LU
aapartor qualltlat over any other preparalioo la oa It
tieanttt tht head and acalp from dandrasT aad ether
euianeoaa dlteatat, aantiog th hair to grow laxariaaUr
giving It a rich, toft, gloaty and -flexlblt tppearaoot. an
alto, where the bait la locaeQiavgadlhlnoing, It will Vit
ttrangth and rigor to tbe root and reetore ihe growth t
hoaa parti which hlie become bald, earning It M Held
reihooverlng of hair.
.There m hondredt of ladiet and geattomaa In Mew
York who bare had their hair reetorod by the att of thlt
In.lrorator, when aU her piaparatlont htve failed. L.
M. haa ia hit poteeetloa lettart taaamemolo tattirrinr
J?..0" ?''. perten of the higbett raoiecta
blllty. It will eDaotoally prevent the hair from tarnina
anttl the tateet period ol I lie; and in eaaet woere th. bJi
haa alrtadpehangod iu color, the aaa of tht Inri.or.tor
will with eertainty reetora U to U to ita orginal but, alt
l"?. i"t:tlomJ. PPrMt. At I ptrfomt for tht
toilet and a Hair Beatoratira II 1. nr,b-ni..i.
atended, baring an agreeable frairanot; aod toe h
etIIUea ItaSordt In drteeuu the btir. wh.ch .h.l
trith the Inrigorator, aaa be dremed tn any required
form to aa toprettrvt Itt olioe. woatber nl.in .,r i.
henoa the great demand fur It by th ladiet at a ttandard
toilet article which nonaearht to bt without... th. ri.
placet It within the rtaehaf ail, being
Only Twonty.Firo Cents
par bottle, too bad at ait reepattabU Drnirglttt and
miiavil,
L. MILLBB would call tha atten tion or Parent! and
Ooardlant to tha ate of bit Iortgorator, In eate where
thaehlldren'lhatrlnellnetto be weak. The ate of It
layl the foundation for a pood aaao! of Hair, u It rt
moTte any ImparlUat that may bay. Income oouneeted
with tha acalp, tha removal of which la nai itan. ootb
for tha health of the child, and the future appearance of
Its Bair.
Oaotior. None genuine without the fe-mlle L0TJI8
MILLBB being on the outer wrapper; alio. L. MIL.
LBR'S BAIR IJJViaORATOB, Y., blown In the
Wboleeala Depot, SS Dey rtreet, and tol l by all u.
principal Mtrchaota and DruggltU throuthout th worl.i
Liberal dlaooantto paronaeeri by too uuaatlLy.
I also dettr to pretent to tht American Publio my
JTrW AID IXtPROVKO EfSTAJIAJIEODR
-LIQUID HAIR DYE,
whlon. afttr yeart af nieaua aaperimenUng, I have
brought w perteetloa. It d) Buwk or Brown Inetantlt
without Injury to tna Balr or Skin; warranter) the beal
article of tha kind In exiitanee.
, ..PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS
Depot, 66
eeeWfcdttwly.
Dey St; New York.
IRISH STEAMSHIP LINE.
Steam Between Ireland and America
NEW YORK, BO3T0N AND OALWAY
th following new and magnificent Snt-clmpililU
wbtat Bttaaublpt oompoee Ui. abore Unei
ADRIATIC 9,888 tons burthen, Oipt, J. Macr
(Pormarly of tht Colllot Lint.)
BIBXRNIA, . 4,400 tont burthen. Capt, K. Paowea.
OOLUHBU, 4 4O0 " h. Lbitou.
AMOLIA, 4.400 " NiouoLtoa
PAOWIO, 800 " " ' I. Emiiu.
PRIMCB ALBERT, (screw.)
.,300 .1 .. J.WAtaia.
Oa ef the above thlpt wilt Itar New York or Boaton
tlteraetely every Taeeday forinl.ht. for Oalwty, oar
rylaa tha government mailt, touching at St. Jobm,
ef. P.
Xha Steamer of this Ho have been eonitmcted with
the anwalaal care, andar the tuparvltloa of the govern
bmbb have waur-tlcbt eompertmenu. and are uaexoel
led tot eoeafort, atltty and tpeed by any iteamert .doit.
I hey are ooamanded by able and experienced ot&cera,
end every axenioa will be made to promote the comfort
af p ai aaera.
AA.experi.noed Sargaon tt Itched to each ahlp.
- HATES Or PAIStSE.
Plret-etatt M . Y . or Boaton to Oalway or Liverpool S ltHl
Second-alaii, " " 73
riretolaee. " " .. to St John'e 35
rulrt-olaee, to Qalway or Livtrpool,
or aay town In Inlaid, oa a Railway, ... 30
Thlre-tlam paenotere apt liberal I v auoDlled with nm.
vltiona ef the beet quality, evoked aad lerved by tht ter
vaam af to Oompany.
BETUH1V TICKETS.
Partlas wlahint to tend for ih.lr Irienda from th. oM
country can obtaia tiakttt from any town on a railway, in
Ireland, or from tha principal atLiaa of Holland and bcoi-
lana, at vary low ratal.
rasaeogert for Mew Tort, arriving by tha Boaton
tteamert, will bt forwarded to New York free of chime.
Por pattag or furlber iniermaliea, apnly to
Wa U. WIOKIIAM,
At the offlaa of the Company, oa th wharf, foot ef
Oaoal atreet. Hew York.
HOWLAMP dt A8PINWALL, AgcaU.
aptflTlrdem.
ExmoaomAny mm
IB A3CN & SOIST;
10. S9 I0TJTH BJOH ITBJEIT, , .
AR-K NOW , OFFSRINO
liOOO rards Baoar Pbla Black SUki at I OO Til j.
; at 15 per yard. '
tiSOO yards Tmvtlisg Pram and Mantle Ooodt ,
If l8 tnt--Talaa SO eenis ptrytrd.
80OO yards While Brtlllintri at 19 fag otntt
; Vila 0 ten tt per) ard.
OOO yards Pine and Pomttttt Olnghtmi greatly an
: 4arvalam-' :- .
j 4:.o' "."l M. u AlaSOS
Ilarqb And desirable lots of ;
KOZAPIMQTOS. BAXZOEDflS,
",' cbaixu, wtlard iuxi, ' , , .
'J , wwrjiftH B1RK0J8, LAYSLLA9, 1
H.'!""'.s. - t&WVI, CALICOES, FOPIHiS, .'.;'..
M' V. .AND ALL OTHER
fmyr vd4 PaaMotxable Dreaw GooU '
th netl deelriblt ttrlot aad at very lorni pricn.
OrallanrtTWh.'aadtta tht mott ttyllrh anoneiflei '
the mtotl Petit Paihtont-a meat elegant ttyte , . .
th dtp.?' '" ' - - -
" '-v 1 v " . HAin nun, '
may JO He. SO Soath Itlgk ttreet
Elegant laco Llantillas,
73JXJOST t eto OOZaT, ; ,
Sonth High St.', ;
Havw in epae aa uvoia ef very large and
haadeem ,1 t - - ... . .. ,-j -1
PUSHER FRENCH, AND. CQANTILLA
j LACE MANTILLAS AND P0INTE3. r.t
Wxdx lE:LAm :iB ;SnAww.
tery Pee; French FlouDolng Lace'' 'r , .
Real Thread, Frenoh, Cbantllla GtBeyeee , .(
til I -nr. i VillTJCdSa '; . ;
taleneitmnM, Point do Gaze, Bruaiels
j and Thread Xaeea and Coliart, -
TALENCIENNE3 TRIMMED H'DKrS, ; V
MALTESE LACE COLLARS 80T3,
ULlNElf COLLARS Jt CUFFS,1 ' i '
t ."--": . v i: jts- ai 'ii Ia new 8hspes, '
PAPER COLLAl Ak tlprFS,
jewi iinj - w. "...ie-.- ' For traveling
.PRICEa TJN'UBITAXX.Y LOW, :
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.' iTrtiT'tllin q TJr!S3 G-nml a
tfOtAMBIQTjBB, POPLINS, SBBPBBRD'S CUKOKt '
'IIS,TOir, Il CHSTRES, ' .
luilLkiB, uwtut VALEIICIAS, Be. o,
.Ail. .uu aiu.1 laauientoie ttyrtt m Hit oKy.
..... . ,., fc .
. k. ..... . I . LI I . . . ... '
eH M soath itlgh Suaet.

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