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VOL. Till. NO. 116. NEW SEEIES.
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.COLUMBUS.
OHIO, !PHtJRSDAf:;M0KNIN6. OCT: 24v
1861. V
SIX E0LLAE3 PES YBAB,
Invariably la AdvanCf?, ..
D ilL Y. TBI-WEEXLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
rTJBUSHBi AKD 7B0FBIII0BS,
U Offie Rot. 86, 88 and 40, Horth High 8t
TERMS INVARIABLY IS ADVANCE.
Dally -' -" ' WOO per year
" By the Carrier, per wek, Vtte Mnti.
rrl-Weekly , . 8 00 per yew.
Weekly,' .... 1 00
eruia ol Advertising by Square.
ns square t yeai...s)30 UO
One " It mouths 1H 00
)e " U months 15 00
Jus ' X month! 10 00
Jne ' 2 month! 8 (10
One " 1 month. 5 00
On square 3 wseks.
14 00
. 300
.171
. 1 00
On t tttki.
One " lweek..
One " 3 day
One' S day
78
Odd
1 tnssrtlon " SO
Di..lay advertisements hlf more than th above
at tit.
- A'iveitlaoaients leaded anil placed In the column Of
S perial Notice," double the ordinary ratal. .
All notices required to be published by law, legal rate.
If ordered on the Inside exclusively after the first weak
per ceni, more than the above ratee; bat all snob wll
tppear In the Trl-Wcokly without charge.
Husiness Cards, not exceeding fire lines, per year, In
si lu, $! ftllper line! ontslde aii,
Notioos of meetings, chari tables oeletles, fire companies,
k",., half price.
All trantlmt ailvertliemmti must be paidor in
iu.ifioe TSe rule will not bevaried from.
Weekly, same price as the Dally, where the advertiser
seslhe Weeklyaiohe. Where 'be Daily and Weekly
ro both ttsr-il, then the charge l.rthe Weekly will be
D iir tha rates of the Dally
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
F. A. B. SIMKIKS,
Attornoy ot Icixr
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Aiubos Building, opposite Oapltol Square.
COLUMBUS, OHIO
uOl. OJ3330n.3NTID,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO. ..
Machine Manufacturing Companj
HANUrACTUlIRi OF
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
renting!, Kill-Gearing, Xa'ehinary.
A 1,00 ,
Work
or IVHI DUOtirTION.
COM' in BUS, OHIO.
OFIA8. AM BOB, Bup't. p. AMBOB, Trees,
deoll. lHSritf
. y - K r- r-'i 1 1
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements.—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with the PITTSUUEOIl, fT.
WAYNE A CDIOAQO KAILROAD
For PitMmrgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Alio
for fort Wayni and Chicago.
Canceling at Cleveland with the LAKE BIIOR1 RAIL
ROAD Cor Ifitciklrk, Iluffalo, Albany, Hoe
lon, and Now lork.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
From Columbus, In eonnectlon with Traluson the
i.iTTi.F. pi ami and conritiBiis
AND XlilNIA HAIL.UUAOS.
IIB8T TRAIN.
NKint EXPRESS. Leaves Columbus at 3.40 A. M ;
will leave passengers at all station south of Gallon,
stop at Delaware, Ashley, Cardington and Oilead, and
at all stations north of Gallon, arriving at Cleveland
at 0:00 A. M., Dunkirk 3:00 P. M., Buffalo 4:2iP. M.
AUany Xil) A. M., New York &35 A. U., Boston S.30
V. M , Pittsburgh via Crestline 3:20 P. M , Pbllauel-
hlaS:10 A. M. Chicago via Crestline at 7:00 P. M.
8IQ0ND TRAIN.
NIT YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 11:10
a. a. Will stop at Lewis Centre, (for White Sulphur
Springs), Delaware, Cardington, Gallon, Crestline, Shel
by, New London, Wellington and Grafton, arrive at
Cleveland at 3:35 p. m.; Dunkirk, 8:50 p. m.; Buf
falo, 10:35 p. m ; Albany, 8:45 a. m.j New Yoik, 1:45
p. m.; Boston, 4:40 p. m. This Train eonnectsat Shel
by for Banduiky, and at GJafton for Toledo, arriving at
, Toledo at 6:40 p. m. '
THIRD TRAIN.
HAIL AND ACCOMMODATION Leave Columbus
at i.30 p. m. Will stop at all station South of
Shelby, and at New London, Wellington, Araften,
and Uerea; arriving at Cleveland at 8:30 p. m. Dun
kirk, 2:00a. m.j Buffalo, 3:20a. m.;Albany,S:20p.m.i
NewYork, 7:20 p. m.; Boston, 11:45 p. m.; Pittsburgh,
via Crettllne,at 11:55 p. m.; Philadelphia, 1:00 p. m.,
Chicago, via Crestline, 6:45 a. m. This Train connect
at fcheiby for Sandusky and Toledo, arriving at Toledo
at B:5j p. m.
Patent Sleeping: Cars are ran on all
Night Trains to Chicago, New
York and Boston.
Baggagi Checked Through to Xo Tort and Bolton
, ma lumtuana; o(o, to rnuaotipMa ana
Hero Xorkvia Omtlin. .
RETURNING.
Nllrht Express arrive atOolombus at. ..11:15 P. M.
Cincinnati Kxpres arrive at Columbus at 10:50 A. H.
Arcommodation Xxpres arrives at Columbus at 7:50
Faro a JLaw as by any other Rout.
Aik for TicktUti Cteitlineor CUvtUni.
B. 8. FLINT, '
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
' JAMES PATTERSON, Agent, '.
Columbn, Ohio.
Columbus, June 17, 1SC1. ..
" Jnit Beeelvedt '
100
nr. CH GBEEif and black
TKAI 1 0O bans prime Blo Conee.
I ao pockeu old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
1 s bass Ceylon uonee. ' . . .
gljUbbls. standard White Sugars, consisting of Pew-'
dred, Ohrushed, uranu la tea A and B Donee.
60 quintals George Bank Codfish.
XObbls. Mesa and No, 1 Mackerel. . i
6 tea. Pick Sslmon. . ,.
100 bx. Layer Xaisln.
' AO hf. box do do
lOOqr. box do do
tOO at Oigsrs, different biaud and gmles.
nov!7 - - wm. Mcdonald
M. C. LILLEY
And Blank-Book M&noi&ntarer,
vobtb laea ttszsx, coixnani, omo
aarll-diy
RcdMhitc and Blue
U .. .4JAt,ICOE, e t
,! - JM It HONS
8ILK,
NECK 1IES.
. Just opened hy
BAIN t SON,
aprW
1 1 I. i Ji-
U? o.xSonUiHIghttreetv
A NK1V UOQX 8KIKT. , .:, -,
1 Ho. SO, SOUin HIOH IXRHTi '
ttm in.i Msedved new make of B0t)P 8KTBT8
finished Ui a auuiner far gupertor to any t Introduced
"wtAmLtriii gracefulness.'-
'-ft ' .t-M
t'l"
WOROESTKR'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARYs
The latertThe IargeitThe? Beit,
The Cheapest Became the Best, ,
Tlta raoet Ilellabl Staadara An.
thorlty of the) Eng-lUblianfuaf .
Stat Hundred Eminent Eduootori of Ohio,
"TIIH DEBT ENGLISH tTCTTOMAEV EXTANT."
. - trary Men EveryxoKtri.
"Jleie are upwards of a' Hundred Thonsud Words,
whose mnlttnurioas meaning and derivailen, together
with their correct spelling, and prenunelatlon are dearly
let before the eye
i ....
CttuAnnaU Commercial. ,
Bead tUBeelltont of tho Member of til Ohio State
leaoMir'i Auootation.
The undenrlgned, member of the Ohio State Teachers'
Association, adonl and aim' to nae tn teaching, writlni
and speaklnir, the ortboxraphy and pronunciation of
Woroester's Boval Ouarto Dietlonanr. and we moat cor
dially recommend it as the most reliable standard au
thority of the English language, as it U now written and
spoken.
Loam Akdkiwi, President Kenyon College.
U. D. Leoorrr, Superintendent Zanesvtile School.
Tuos. W. HiRvxv, Sup't Massllon Union School. -M.
t. CowDsar, Bup'tPublio School, Sandusky.
John Lynch, Sup't Publio Schools, Ciroleville.
8. N. Saaroas, Principal Cleveland female Bemina
ry. ' . MrroamL, Sup't Public School, Mt. Union.
J'UiNOaDXK, Principal State Normal School, Minne
sota. . ' . -
CtxciNiioM, Principal Fonrlh Intermediate School,
Cln;iunatl.
H. B. MaXTiH, Sup't Canton Union School.
Kdwin RtaiL, Principal MoNeely Normal Sohool. '
Eu T. TiiTiK, Prof. Mathematics, Ohio University.
Wax. W. Xowaane. Sup't Troy Union School. '
A. 0. Horxirn, Principal West High School, Oleve
land, B. A.Noxtoh, Associate Principal High School, Cleve
land. TaxonoRi BTUUKa, Principal nigh School, Oleve
land.
R. I. HrjiiisTOM, Principal Cleveland Institute.
3, A. OiRrixu), President of Electlo Institute, Hi
ram. W. L. Barkis. Prof, ot Chemistry. Ohio Wesleyan
University.
H. H. BaRHR, Ex-Cemmlssloser of Common Schools,
Ohio.
James Monro, Prof. Rhetoric Oberlln College.
Tbos. IIua, President Antlocb College.
0. W. H. Catkcaxt, Prof, Mathematlci, High
School, Dayton. 5
8. C. CktJMBAtroil, Prot. Langnage, High School,
Dayton.
, B. M. &uun, Sup't Union School, Ashland.
More than Sim Bunared other PrteidenU of Colli
an. Pro ft uor i, Authori and DUUnguUhed Educa
tor!, have endoreei tin above lenUment.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Marietta Collxo "It 1 truly a magnificent work,
an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
country." President Andrews. . -
Ohio Wsar.iv ax Umyrrsity It exceeds my expecta
tion. It will be my guide In orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often be consulted by me for lie neat
and accurate definition.'' President Thompson.
W. X. EoLxcTto Collxo. "Heretofore we nave used
Webster' orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faoulty.lt was decided to change it to conform to that
of Worcester's Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
Garfield.
" Wea-rsa Basmvi Coluo. "I find It worthy of
oorauu approbation." President Hitchcock.
OirxLix Ootisox. "It more than meet my expecta
tion. I recommend it a the itandard authority in
orthoepy to ay children and my pupil." President
Morgan.
Aim oca Ooutai "I adopt and aim to nse In teach
ing, wrltlngand speaking, ue ortnograpny ana pronun
ciation of Woreester' Jloyal Quarto Dictionary."
President HU1. .
"In all my writing, speaking, and teaching, I have en
deavored to conform to the rules for orthography and
pronunciation a contained in Worcester' Dictionary."
Horace Mann, late President. (
KtirroR Oollxox, Gaksixr. I most cordially recom
mond It a the most reliable standard authority of the
English language as It i now written and spoken."
President Andrew. A
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Rev. Anion Bmyi CommiiHoner of Common
"The Dictionary 1 an Imperishable monument to the
learning and industry of Its author, and an honor to the
world o( letters. . lb mechanical execution is rat supe
i nur w mat oi any ouior aaioua wiiu fuiui a .iu
iquawted." . (:.'..-. i - a
From Bon. B. B. -Barney. JSe-OmtrnttMonef) oj
SohooU in Ohio. , .. , i ..
"The most reliable standard authority of the lan
guage.'' '
WHAT TB
Zjeadins Newspapers of Ohio Say.
Iron the Cleveland Ceroid of March 28.
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary f diat
erf hv moat, if not all. author of distinction In ,tnis
country and England, and oonforma to the general usage
or ordinary writers ana speaxers. i
. Whatever Dreludlce mav have existed previonsty
careful stud of this volume will Invariably be folkiwed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add It to the well seieotea imrary, oe u large or smati,
It is a library in itself, and will remain an Imperieua
ble reoord of the learning of It compiler. .
from the Cincinnati Commercial f April SOJ
Here are onward of a hundred thousand words good.
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meaning and
derivation, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever published.
Jrom the Cleveland riaindeaUr of&pt. SO, 800,
Evident! WoarxsTxa's Botal OoaRto DimrrSNART is
not onlv the laeL but the nxsr eoor of the kind ever is
sued, and can by no possibility suffer by oomnsriaon or
controversy,
From the Toledo Blade of May 39.
As to noHORCiATioN, WoRcxtrrxR i t Btamoard
followed by our best author; In definition he leaves
nothing to be desired, and in Ortwoorapht It is sufficient
to say that Worcsstxb can o sairiy loiuwea
. INCIIAItl cV BRAGC, :
Publlshare, Dookeollers Ac Stationer,
NO. 191 SUPERIOR BT., CLEVELAND, OHIO,
mat 9
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
- . Of '
lUvldend January 1 , 1 80 1 1 45 Per Cent.
ABBBTS.. .;...312r558 50.
Statement January 1, 1861s
Balance, per itatement Jan. 1st, 18B0..... $3,106,501 39
Received for Premiums dur
ing the j ear lsto...... f 703,033 as
Received for Interest during
the year 1360 xie.UM in
ToUl receipt for 1M.... 1977.067 74 .
Paid Claims by Death, 567,050 00 . . .
Paid Policies surren- ' ' ;..
dered 4liu V'J ,. .
Paid Bslaries, Poit-
age. Taxes, Ex
change, etc Sl.6'.'0 54
Paid Commissions to ' , ' . ,
Agents Bl,3 30
Paid Physicians' fees, t,WI 75
Paid Annuities '1,517 00
Paid Dividends dnr-'
ing tb year 106,500 75 5C5.0D1 63 411,1178 U
Net Balanee January 1st. 1801
1 " ' . " ' ' ASSETS.'
3,813,558
Cash on hand.i.., ,-. g 5034 19
Bonds and Mortgage on Real
ssum, worm uouois inr
amount loaned. .. . 9 3S7.MI A
Premium Motes, on Policies 4 : 1
In foroe, only drawing 6 per
eent. Interest. 1.S79 WU 17
Real Estate SO ttrj 07
LoansonScrip...... 5,03141
Premium,NotesaodOash,ln . r .
coupe 01 uansmunion.... - 4343 75
; total Asst.
3,812,556
7575 PoUotes in force, lnsring-...&,488,fj39
1,435-new Policies have been Issued during the year.
After a eareful calculation of the present value of the
outstanding Policies of tbe Oompany, and having the
sMceesary amount In reserve therefor, the Director
have declared a Divnuore ef 45 per cent, ea the Preml
me paid at the table rates, to all pollole for life In force.
Issued prior to January 1, 1S60-, payable according to the
present ml of the Oompany.
- Rates for all kinds of Life Contingencies, prospeot
sses, Statements, and Application, will be furnished
witboot oharsb, at the Office ot AgCBole ot, lb Com-
ff' V " ROBT.'t.PATTERWir.Presldrot!'
''. ' L. 0. GROVE R, Vice President. . ,
: ttSJ. 0. lOtLEft, Becretar. '
, I , U.U. UsiESONt Agent,
MeriJohnsoa Block,
UarohaS, 1861. ll3 - Columbus, 0.
TiLAIR A PI P FIGEHJED BLACK
JL DRESS STLKB, of ererv grade. Tbe most celeot
atsortaent la dst eityt and atsaoetsswtnsble rates,
. da l.i t eon i
,:: fprlU
XW H eWk Blxhsueit 2
IW H. ;
0J1 tfci.1
. tpi.e ar,t v' el ,! 0
50
Scrofula, or Finn's 'Evil,
a cm .liliiC'iinf, ilihi'ise, u ioi'u.iiiii.u t if lie
blood, hy wliii li, llii .Htiitl lii'coiiic.s vitinti ,d,
woitk, mill inii . liriiifj in thp I'iri'iilatuni, it
pirrviiili llif wholt' iirxly, anil inny lmrst nut
in - iliiM iw: I'M .i.i jail. tit' it. N iiiiiii it Iri".1
from iuaf lucks, imr is tlicif unfi which it niuy
not destroy. Tho prrofuloilti tmnt Is variously
cnuM.'il by nu rctiiial dineaso, low livini;, dis
ordcicd of unhealthy fund, impure nir, tilth
and tilthy Imiiils, the iU,pi'e'sin vices, and,
above all, bv tho venereal infection, What
ever ho its oii,;',u, it is hereditary in the con
Rtitiition, di s'rndiii!; " front purentk to children
unto the thii'il ami I'nurlh U'-ncration ; " indeed,
seem to lie the roil of iinn who savs, I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
their chililicn." . - ,
Its ( ifecl't commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous mutter, which, in
the luns, liver, and internal orgim, is termed
tubercles; in the gland, swellings; and on
the bui face, eiiiptious or aoru. - This foul cor
ruption, which Renders in the blood, depresses
the energies nt lite, to tlint serotinous constitu
tions "not only Miller from aerol'ulou com
plaints, but they have far leris power to with
stand fhe attacks, of other' disease; censo
quently vast - numbers pcrith by disorder
which, although not Hcrofulous m their nature,
aro-Htill rendered fatal by thm tirint m the
Hj'steni. Most of tho consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous rontamination j uud many
Icitniclive discuses of tho liver, kidnevs, brniu,
and, indei d, of all the organs, arise from or
me nxirravalcd by tho oamo cause.
Oneniuirter of nil our people are scrofulous ;
their persons ale invaded by this lurking in
fW tioii, mid their health it undermined by it.
1 o cleanse it irom tho system wo must renovate
tho blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vifroratu it by healthy food and escrrisc.
Such medicine we supply in
AYERS
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the mot effeclunl remedy which the medical
skill of our times cun devise for this every
where prcvuiliiif; and fatal muladv. It is com
bined from the most activrrrcmedials that lia,vo
ht-'eii discovered for the oxpurfration of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system fiom its destructive consequences.
I lei ice it fchould be employed for tho cure of
not only (scrotum, but also those other nlfcc-
tions which arise from it, such as Xjii'I'tivb
and Skin Disbases, St. Anthony's Fiiie,
Uosi:, or Erysipelas, Fnirrrs, Fustites,
Biotciii:.?, l!i.MNflandl)oii.,TuMoi:s, Ieiteii
and Salt Hiikuk, Scald IIlad, Hinowuhm,
Riii;i'matism, Svi'Hii.iTicandMciict uiA). Dis-
KAsM, DllOFSY, DVSPEI'8IA, Dkiiiliiy, and,
indeed, Al t, C'OMI'LAINTS AH1SIKO HtOM Vl'MA-
n ou Imi'iirb llLoon. Tho popular belie 1
in " tmmu ily of the blood is louuucu m trwtli.
for kci ofula is a defeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and reeentrate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
enntamumted constitutions.
AYER'S
Ague Cure,
roa fun speedy criiE or
Intri'inltteiit li'rver. or IVvrr anil Au'lir,
Itrmlttout Fever, Chill frier, Diimli
Acne, Pcrlortl-nl IU-alii lie, oi- ISIIIone
llenilnelii-, nis.l It! I Ickiik I'Vvrra, liKlreil
for the liilo rlnaa wl' ti is en nob oi'lslimt"
ins; III liilinry ilrraiiir'irnt, rnnaril hy
llio ilaini-m oi irtinMiiiKiif fftiitiiriea.
AV'c iin' ciinblcd here to oiler llie cnniniiuiilv
remedy nliieli, while it cures the almvo Cdiiipl.-iiiits
mill ceitjiuity, is Mill pi'ifi etlv Inirmlrss 111 nay
oiutiituv. Mu ll n remcilv is imaiu
iMc in iliitrirts
UllelH
liivso iilUieliiiir UirilerH previiil. 'litis
Ci'lti." cuis tliu liiidnudie iiiuhiin of I'l VHl
AM) Aiil'K fioiu the system, unil pievents the tin
veliiiineiit of llie disease, if taken on the lirxt up-
nriiacli ol Us iirciiiuintorruviiinlotiiH. 11 is not nuly
llie best remedy ever yet discovered fur lli'm class
of loninhiiiiti. lint ulso the cheapest.4' The luree
qieinlilv e'sttp)v f"t a dollar Inincs it within tiic
reaea nl rifry IhhIv ; .mu in Iiiiiouk (Imtin is, wli-"te
l''KVH't AMI Aui'H prevails, every body hitiM
li,ie II and 11.C it In -civ liolh e r cure nnd lmilec
tiou. ' Auivat Ktipfiioiilv of lliis remedy over any
Oll.er eei iii . i;iied I r llie . j'eeily mid rerlam
cure el' iiilt i in. in 11K i 1 that it eniiiaies 1:0 (Jtihiiiio
or iniiieial, ruii.-i ipiciil'v it piuihn -es m qeiniMil or
other iiiiiiiioiis Pllertsnlintever iii-on Hie cnnstilti
lion, limse cured by it me left as healthy as if
they hail never liitu the disease.
1.' 1 i : . 1 - .1 I
I I', 1 'l .ii:.i 1 1 1' is it,, .iiwnu ,11c ..iii--M-ii, an ui
'he iiii.i-n.;uie prn'snn. A prcat variety of diMr
lers aii-e final its iniioliun, miinn Mhiih arc
yfiittt'ifin, Itimwttfhm, (it::tt. Ilttti'itftc, llliiid-
mi,, l.ii. !i trlif, totttiilir, 1 ui.irr.i, .IMiimil, 1 ill-
tlVr.lhu ' I' I' )'''', Ihrh-r-
,lt i., r. i.i.d i-
St 'iniiih, all n which, when
, it nu 11 ( ji.f.r uiit int
rl ',
.1. i'i
cillin'.li.il. 'I his " t I III: " c'. hi
en I l:C lilnod, and einiseqneiitly cures
.". Il is nu invaluable pinletuun In
the l
llieiti
tiiiini.-.iaii: -'i'lid pcrsi'iis lravcHiin4 nr Iciiiimraii'y
re.4iihii i;, llie malarious districts. If i,:'kcii oec.i
liiHiully cr d.iiiy wliile c.pii.-cd In the iitVeiinii,
thai ai'l lie I'screled front 1 he sistein, ami eniiiuit
,n eiiumlair in tullii ii lit qnai.ti t v to ripen il l i div
'3.ie. lleiiee it is even more rahialile fi-r pro lec
tion than cure, and few will ever Mill'ei fimu Inler
nilteiil.i if Ihi'V avail Ihenisclves t.f the i i. t' l ticu
this remedy alfords. , i
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEK & CO., Lowell, Mass.
ROBERTB a BAUCBL. UolUmtJUI.
And bv Druggists and Dealer everywhere.
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tickets to and Irom iionuonoerry.
Kainrn tickets (ranted at reduced rate.
Certificates issued for carrying to and brInidngoaU-
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by the WASHINGTON LINE VI BAILING PAO&EXa,
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RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton 4 Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis withoat Change of Cars
and but One Change of Car between
Columbus and St. Louis. . . .
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
- FIRST TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION at I a. m.. slmnlnir at all ata.
tlons between Oolumbns and dinoinnati and Dayton, ar
nvlni at Clnelnnall at 111 US m. and a! Iltnn at
o.iua.m., connectltir at Dayton for Iod lansnolls and
the West.
SECOND TRAIN.
Nl). 1 EVPRF.RAat 11 IDn.n, .Imnlr,. .1 l.ir.nnn
London, Charleston, Cedarvlile, Xenia, Spring Valley,
Corwin. ffreenort. Vart Anelnnt. MnfrnvHt.. filiAnnn.
roster's, Love laud and Milford, arriving at Cincinnati
vv.wp. m.,iayionatx.4j p. m.,eonnectinKWlUi tbe
Ohio and Misslislppl Railroad for Louisville, Ky., Vin
cennes, Cairo, St. Lout. New Orleans, cto.t at Dayton
for Indianapolis, Lafayettr, Terre liuute, Chicago and
all Western points.
1 THIRD TRAIN.
HAIL at 0.10 n. in. . Slm.nlnir at all il.Cnn. II.M.n
Columbus and Xenia, and at Spring Valley, Oirwln.
Morrow and Lovolaud, arriving nt Cincinnati at "a.m.
FOURTH TRAIN.
MlflUT KYI'UVCl ..f ri- u, in iin i.i.ili?
slopping st Loudon, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddlelown and
uaiuition, arriving ut c inclnnali at 5, i:5 a, m.;st Day
ton at y.55. m. r.inneatluir at Cincinnati with tbe
Ohio and Allsilttlppi Railroad tor Lnnieville, Evansvllle,
Vlncennes, (Islro, St. Louis, liempliis. New Orleans,
and all points Sooth and Bouth-west; also, at Dayton
tor inaiauspolii, Larayctte, Terre Haute, Chicago, eto
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. Agent, Columbus,
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AND
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Leaves Columbus 3.30 A. M. from Union Depot, vil
Bellaire or Bteubenvllle I arrives at Bellalre, 1O.S0 A
M.: Bteubenvllle, lil.SO P. II.: Pittsburgh. 3.40 P.M.
Barrisburg, 1.10 A. M.: via AUentoten, arrives at New
Vork 8.00 A. M.; via Philadelphia, arrive at PhllaA
delphia, 5.10 A. M.j NewYork, 10.30 A. St. Connects
also at llarrlsburg for Baltimore, arrivlngat 7.45 A. M
Sleeping Cars attached to this Train
Froln Oolnmbns, run directly through to Bellalre or
Pittsburgh without change; and Passengers via Allen-
town arrive in New Vork at 8 A. M. ,
lTFTWO HOURS W ADVANCE OP NORTHERN
LINES.
This Train Uso connects at Bellaire with the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.'
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Leaves Columbus 11 25 A. M , from anion Depot, via
Steuhenville; arrives at Newark, W.50 P. M.; Coshoc
ton. S.15 P. U.J Bteubenvllle, 0 P. M.J Pittsburg, S.40
P. M. JTr'This Is the only route by which Passengers
can leaveClnclnnati at 7 A. M., go through to Pitts
burgh in daylight, without chango of car or delay.
FAST LINE.
Leave Columbus 9.15 P. M., from Union Depot, via
Bellaire: arrives at Newark, 3.23 P. M.; Zanesvllle,
33 r. M.J Bellalre 7 .a3 r. Id.; Flttsburirh, U.'a P.
j Harrisburg, 0.00 A. M.j rid Allentoten, arrives
New York, 4 r. M.J via 1'htladHnua. arrives
Philadelphia, 1.10 P. M.; New York, 6 P. M, This
Train also connects at Harrisburg for Baltimore, ar
riving at 1P.M.
litis Tratnuns tlirouKQ to Bellaire or l'lttsburg with
out change of Cars; and from Pittsburg there is no
change of Cars to Philadelphia, or via Alientown to
new xork thus oueiiug
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Philadelphia, or New York, with only
one change of Cars.
By this Train Passenger arrive In New Yoik five
hour in advance ol the Northern lines.
This Train also connect at Bellalre with the Baltimore
and Ohio R. K.
UTThia Routo is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
ana imore tnan luu miles shorter to
New York, than Northern Lines.
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The Oil Trade—New Whaling
Ground.
Notwithstanding the oleaginous supplies de
rivable now Irom eonroes not long ago unknown
in the oil market, whaling has not yet lost Its
value to far as to render uninteresting such in
telligence as 1b furnished w by recent arrivals
from tbe Arctic seas. '
Tbe conversion of lard into oil and stearlno
the distillation of oil as well as gas from
coal and more recently the discovery of Im
mense oil deposits In the earth together with
the scarcity of whales in localities where they
were formerly abundant (tbe whale, lik tbe
buffalo, retreating from the places where tltey
have long beon hunted) have each had influ
ence in diminishing tbe importance of the whal
ing busioem, but that business is nevertheless
likely long to continue a great source of supply
In the oil trade, as well as valuable for whale
bone. Tbe wbalo, cod and other fisheries have
loug been a valuable school lor our American
seamen, and it is to be hoped, apart from their
pecuniary benefit to tbe hardy New. Knglnodera
wbo chiefly prosecute thorn, that they may long
continue so. -e.Tuo
whaling merchant of New Bedford,
New Loudon, Nantucket, Gloucester, and other
towns interested in the trade, bad of late be
come much disheartened by unfavorable results
of the operations of the whaling iloet iu the
Arctic regions', about Cumberland lulet, etc.,
but the ships Syreu Queen and Northern Light,
wbicb arrived at New Bedford no the 1 lib iuet.,
from the place called Rowe's Welcome, Hud
son's Bay, about lat, 65 N. and long. 90 W.,
bring cheotiug news of tbe discovery of a new
fishing ground, abounding with whales, in tbe
regiou of Chesterfield Inlet, about oue thousaud
live hundred miles went of Cumberland Island.
This new whale field is not kuown to have been
ever before "improved" by auy whalers, Euro
pean or American. No ships are known to bave
visited that point since tbe expedition of Parry
and Lyon about forty years ago 182ii. Some
enterprising on merunauts, rtllecUng on the
statements of tboso navigators concerning tbe
abundance of whales, fitted out tho two sh'ips
above mentioned; aud tbe result justifies their
enterprise in proving tbo truth ol Tarry s state
ment that "whales might be seen every day in
the open season" ihough, owing to the prev
alence of scurvy among their crews, and other
causes, those vessel- did not bring borne lull
cargoes.
By tbe nextseason a considerable fleet will
doubtless gather in thoje waters. The good ef
lect which tbls discovery will doubtless bave
upon tbe whaling business la a matter of con
gratulation, as tending to revive an important
trade and to open again ono of our national
schools. N. Y. World.
[From the Pittsburgh (Pa.) Chronicle.]
A Curious Law Case in Pittsburgh.
A caeo of considerable interest was tried in
the District Court the latter part of last week
It was an action of ejectment brought by the
heirs at law of Thomas Wallace, deceased,
against R. McDonald and Ruth, his wife, to re-
oover about seventeeu acres ot ground, situated
io Pine towusbip. It was alleged on toe part
ot the defendants that 1 nomas Wallace, prior
to his death, executed a deed to Uuth MeDon
aid for the whole tract. The plaintiff sought
to invalidate tbe deed, ou the ground that it
was executed and dotivered to defendants by
Thomas Wallace when he was of uuuound mind,
and incapable of transacting any business
Upon this point the case was warmly contested.
In support of the fact of insanity, it was prov
ed that shortly before the deed was made,
Thomas Wallace, in a conversation with Rev.
Quthrie, said that he bad dreamed that a beau
tiful girl had come and lifted off the top of his
head and carried It away ! lie porsitted in de
claring to the milliliter that such was really the
case. To others he declared that one side of
bis head was sons, and that one of his eyes bad
dropped out; that bis blood was dried up and
bis brains were rotten, and that he bad not slept
or threo months ! Altbougb ue bad been a
religious man, and attended church lor a period
ot nearly sixty years, it was sworn ne naa ceas
cd to. go to church, and was troubled with ihe
idea that be would be lott lie was also much
concerned because be believed that he should
become a pauper and an outcast. On tbo 2!Hh
ol December, 1809, about three montba after
the execution ot tbe deed, the unfortunate old
man committed suicide by banging himself in a
piece ot woods near bis dwelling.
un tne part oi tne aeienaauts n was snown
that Thomas Wallace was a bachelor, living;
with two old maiden sisters and a bachelor
brother; that Itut'u McDonald, tbe person to
wbom tbe deed was made, bad been raised in
the family, bad for many years waited upon the
deceased, and had washed for him, performing
all sorts of labor, both in bis tan-yard and on
bis farm.. It was also established that be bod
repeatedly declared that he intended Ruth to
bave tbo laDd, for the reason that sbo had work
ed for blm so faithfully and deserved tbe prop
erty.
Tbe case was terminated on baturday, and
yestetday the jury returned a verdict for the de
fendant. Kutn, therefore, bolds the bequest.
A Curl Cut off with an Ax.
A TRUE INCIDENT.
or
"Do you see this lock of hair?" said an old
man to mo.
"Yes, but what of it? It is, I suppose, the
cnrl Irom the head of a dear child long since
eone to God."
"it is not. n is a iock oi mv own nair; ana
it is now nearly seventy years siuce it was cut
from this head."
"But why do you prize a lock of your hair
much 7".
"It has a story belonging to it, and a strange
one. 1 Keep it tnus wun care Because it speaks
to me more ot uod ana ot nis special care than
aovthiue else 1 possess.
"1 was a nine ontia -ot iour years oia.witn
long, curly locks, which, in sun, or vain,
wind, huDR down my cheeks uncovered. One
day mv father went into the woods to cut up
log, anu A went wiui uiia. a wan etauuiug
liitlo way behind bim, or rather at. bis Bide,
watchine with interest the strokes ot the heavy
ax. as it went up and came-down upon
wood, ecndiue ou splinters wun every stroke
in all directions. Some of the splinters fell
mv feet, and 1 eagerly stooped to piok them
Iu doing so I stumbled forward, and in a mo
ment mv curly dead lav upon tne log. i naa
fallen lust at tbe moment wben tbe ax was com
iue down with all its force. It was too late
stun the blow. Down oame the ax. I scream
ed, and my father fell to tbe ground in terror
Ha could not star tbe stroke, ana in tne ouna-
ness which the sudden horror caused, he thought
ha had killed his bov. We soon recovered
from mv irieht. and be irom nis terror,
eauirht me in his arms and looked at me from
head to foot, to find out the deadly wound which
he was sure be bad lnnicted. poraaropoi
blood nor a scar was to be seen. Ue knelt
on the sraes and eave thanks to a gracious
uod. Ilavine noue so, oe tout up ui ax au
tound a few bairs upon Its edge. He turned
he Toehe had been splittiner.ud there was
..r i,-..'ivn.i. h.S. :h..nl..t.Lh.nnn'
S11IK1CI UUH V, "i wwj u " ' Y' 3 w " "
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and laid UDon the wood. How great the eeoupe
It waa as if an anael had turned aside the
at the moment when it was descending on
bead. With renewed thanks upon his lips
took up the curl, and went borne with me in
arms. '.
'That lock he kent all his days, as a memo
rial of God's care and love. That lock he
to me on his death be J." .
An Oriuiiial Zouave Lima. The follow
In la worths tha Den of the orislnal Docsticks,
.Jta i. . r.,u anna "take off,vou teleeraphio
I - rv d . - . . - . c -.u.
reports of war news, twin worm aui BUu.
A'va juBt returned from witnessing one of
most mournful .sights thai ever mauo a
feel as though Be bad been peeling onions
' the week and grating norso rauuu vu. unu-
I. " . .u.i,-.v ,,' to
It was tbe ovine eoens of one of tha Pet
Lamme's down at Alexandria, and as one of
Five's chaps remarked, It was enough to make
the eye of a darning needle weep. Jim was
tha name of tbe sufferer If heaver had any
other it had slipped bis memorythough his
affectionate relatives sometimes called him
"Shorty." He waa out on picket guard when
the Southern Confederacy attempted to pass
him. He challenged tbe Intruder, and called
to bis comrades lor help, but belore tbe latter
arrived, tbo Southern Confederacy drew ft
masked battery from his pocket, and fired six
heavy balls through the head of the unfortunate
Zsuave, nearly fracturing his skull, and break
ing several panes ot glass. The cowardly mis
creant then fled to an adjoining fence closely
pursued by Sherman's artillery.
Upon discovering that be was wounded, Mr.
Shorty examined tbo csp on his musket, and
stood it oarefully against a tree, buttoned up
hit Jacket to tbe neck, and asked bis comrade
tot a cbew of tobacco. Too full of emotion to
speak, tbe gentlemauly comrade banded ping
of tobacco to the dying man, who out off about
hall an ounce from it, placed it thoughtfully in
bis mouth', and then stuffed bis handkerchief
carefully iu tbo hole io bis forehead made by
the shot. ,
"Is any of my braius hanging out?" he asked
of his comrade. . .
"No, Shorty," answered the other, bursting
into tears, you never had any to haug out."
Alter this response, tbe dying man paused for
a moment to spit in tbe eyes of a dog that was
smelling around his heels, nd then proceeded
in the direction of the hospital. As be passed
the blficers' tent, I noticed that tbe top of bis
head was completely gone, and oue of bis eyes
was hall way dawn the back ot bi neck. Up
ou cntetiug the hospital - be took up a pipe and
commenced to enuoka it, at tbe same time gtv
log us a history of bis lile and career. After
finishing tbe pipe and history, be asked us to
wrap bim in the American tW. and died.
1'. b siuce writing tbe above, I bave beard
that no such occurrence took place at Alexan
dria. The alarm was ocoaeiued by tho lulling
of a buudle of hay io the officers' quarters the
noise having been mistaken fur the discharge oi
artillery, I have since learned that no accident
has occurred, and that Shorty did not come with
tbe regimeut, but remained in New York.'
Eccentric Hospitality.
During tbe American war of 1812, a soldier
wbo bad been wounded and honorably discharg
ed, being destitute aud benighted, knocked at
tbe door of an Irish farmer, when tbo follow
ing dialogue ensued:
Patrick Ana wbo tbe dev:l are you, nowT '
Soldier My name is Mr. John Wilson.
P And where tbe devil arc von goine from,
John Wilson?
S From the American army at Erie, sir.
P And what do sou want here? .
S Will you permit me to spread my blanket
on your tljor and sleep there to-nigntf
P Devil take me il I do, John Wilson.
S On your kitchen floor, air T
P Not I, by the Hill o' How lb.
S In your stable, then?
P I will be hanged if I do that, aither
S I'm dying with hunger. Uive me a bone
and a crust; I will ask no more.
P Divil blow me if I do, sir.
S Uive me some water to quench my thirst,
1 bee of you
P Bee and be haneed; I'll do no sueb
thine.
S Sir, I have been fighting to secure the
bleasiogs you now enjoy; can you so Inbospiti
bly reject me from your home?
P Keject you! Wbo tbe divil talked about
rejecting you? Maybe I am not the scurvy
spalpeen yon take me to be, John Wilson.
You asked me to let you lie on my noor, my
kitchen floor, cr my stable. Now, by tbe
powers! d'ye think I'd do that, when I have a
dozen soft beds all empty? Now, by tbe Hill
o' Howth, John, that I won't. In tbe second
place von told me vou were dyioe of hunger,
and wanted a bone and a crust to eat. Now,
honey, d'ye think I'd feed a hungry man on
bones and a crust, wben my yard is lull ot put
lets, and turkeys, and pigs? No, by the pow
ers! not I, that's flat. In the third place, you
ask me for some simple water to quench your
thirst. Now, as my water is none of tbe best,
l never filler It to a poor traveler wunont
mixing it with plenty of wind. Come into my
house, houev: divil blow me, but you shall
sleep io the lest bed I have; you shall have the
best supper and breakfast that my farm can sup
ply; you shall drink as much as you like, pro
vided you mix it with plenty of wine. It shall
never be said that I treated a man scurvily wbo
as been fighting for the dear country that gav e
me a fiee home.
[From the Chicago Tribune.]
Smiths in the Army.
so
Tho Smith family can have no complaints that
they are not amply represented among the field
ollicers in tbe war. There is (acting) Major-
General William F. Smith, of Vermont, com
manding the right wing of our army on the Po
tomac; and opposed to bim is Major-General
GusUvua W. Smith, commandios the left wine
of tbe rebel army. Brigadier-General Charles
Fereuson Smith- commands at raducan. Ji
Colonels and field ollicers there is apparently
no eod. Illinois has Colonel Robert F. Smith,
ixteenth regiment, at St. Joseph, Missouri
Colonel GuetavuB A. Smith, Thirty-fifth regi
ment, in f remont s army t Colonel John r..
Smith, of the Lead Mine regiment raising at
Galena. Ohio furnishes five Colonels Smith,
viz : Beuiamin v. Smith. of the First; William
Smith, of tbe Thirteenth: J. L. Kirby Smith,
of the Forty-third ; 1. C. Smith, ot the titty
fourth: and Orland Sjiith.ol the Seveutv-third
Missouri baa uoionei Morgan u. amitn, ot toe
Eiehth. We should despair of ennmeratlng
the Smiths who are held, stall or ana omoers
suffice it the oroDortioa is well maintained.
Theie was at one time a proposition to raise
full regiment ol Smiths, but tbs dimcnity mere
would be in making an intelligible list of killed
aud wounded was an insuperable oojecuon.
Smiths in the Army. The French Soldiers in our Army.
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Mr. Willis writes to the Home Journal from
Waahlneton: '
"The Freuch (to make a remark that has
been well considered) toldur well toeewer.
Tbey are born to soldier and oook, as i annees
are born to carpenter and bargain; but tbey
ft.h French 1 reauire eacn otner e bouioiv worej
than other natious do. They like to encamp
together, and cook together, and all the rest
It together. Anu wuy wuuiu is um ""i
therefore, to seereeate, and collect into oue
brieade, all tbe frenchmen in our service!
There are nuaareus soauereu, at presou
throueh the various envisions of -our army
while tbere is a deficiency of actual number
in this Fifty filth Regiment, beside a sprinkling
of soma lew inharmooious Irish and Germans.
It waa suggested, In my bearing, thai it would
be well worth tbe while of 'tho authorities'
issue some general otdcrt which would facia
ta.ta this crystallisation natural around a nuc
leus ihe combining ot an tne rrencn, amoDs;
our scattered volunteers, into one effective
body.. Think how gallantly the young rnroes
of France would go into action, with sucn
brigade ot their own proper budjbom uemuu
them!"
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The Richmond Eoquiref of toe 14th Ins'ant,
The military autnoriuw, uiuk "" "
of Generals Beauregard and Johnaon.some
..ok. .inn tjuq snea an omciai nonce,
Mh thA reauested planters at the extreme
South not to torward any more Invoices of
ton into the state oi Virginia, out tonoian
nntil further advices. Contrary to this request
several dealers forwarded by rail to Richmond
several bnndred.balcs, and it waa Immediately
returned, and that too at tha expense of
shippers, and it Is tbe Intention of tbe Provost
Marshal Gibson, of Richmond, to send
every bail which may hereafter be lorwaraeo
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On oi Uib largest and Best Selected Assert
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-ESsEtrci'W'iSLaro .
" , EVER OFFERED I THIS CITY!
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House Oailders' Fnrnishings
I Of EVERY STYLE A QUALITY,
f renelt & American
W"lJO.c3LOW GsVleoisfis X
I'AlltTH GUOtND IN OIL,
iod put up In half pound can for family as, and try
Paint In bulk.
brushes ot every variety & quality.
A Spleudid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
ijAKUIAGE MATERIADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, ate.
OUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, &a.
FISHING TACKLE
ROPE it CORDAGE f
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, '.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, 4.C.,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
I especially Invite the attention of all Interested to toy
lock of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
iill, Vl.lt PLATED FOHKM,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
. Butter Knives, &c,
ol UOOERRe A BRO'S. Manufacture, warranted to be
titra heavy, Electro-Plated, on genuine Albatta.
Country llerchants, Mechanics, and others, are Invited
.ocall and examine my Stock, as I am prepared to sell
itholesaleand Retail. WM. A. 4.1 Liu.
Columbus, Vhio, May 8, 1800.
(JRfSAT CUBE.
DR. LELAND'S
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND
13 THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Rheumatism, Gout and Neuralgia,
AND A SURE CURE POR
All Mercurial Diseases.
It is a conveniently arranged Band, containing a meJ
Icated compound, to be worn a round the Waist, without
injury to the most delicate persons; no change in habit
of living is required, and It entirely removes the dis
ease from the system, without producing the injuripus
eilect analog from the Pa ol powerful Internal medi
cines, which weaken and destroy tbe constitution, and
give temporary relief only. By this treatment, the med
icinal properties contained in tne nana come in contact
with the blood and reach the disease, through the pores
of the skin, effecting in every instance a perfect care,
and restoring the part afflicted to a healthy condition.
This Band is also a mostpowerful Anti-Mucoxial agent,
and will entirely relieve the system from thewrnwctoiw
effects of Mercury. Moderate cases ae cured io a few
days, and we are constantly receiving testimonials of Its
efficacy in aggravated cases of long standing.
raws mi.w, to be had oi Drugnisbr senarally, or can
hesentby mail or express, with full directions for one.
to any part of the country direct from tbe Prlncial
Office,
Ho. 409 BROADWAY, New York.
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietors.
N. 8. Descriptive Circulars Bent free.
. J. BGRUELLER A SON, Dsrewirrs, Aointh. No.
377 8. High St., bet. friend and Muund, Columbus, O.
0Aneut Wantod Everywhere.
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PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR imIGORATOR
An Effective, Safe and Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To It original color without dyeing, and prevenuug
XI air iron wrjiuig gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And wiring It, when there is th lesst parUele of vltall
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUK
And all cutaneous affection ef the Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an aneqaled gloss sndbrilllancy, making
It soft and silky In It texture, and causing it to cur'
readily.
h. .raat celebrity and lncreesioc demand for this an-
equaled preparation, convinces the proprietor Oust one
trial is only necessary wi .iwhuiu, ,uuhc ui ii
superior qualities over any oUier preparauon in nse. It
cleanses the head and scalp from dandruff nod other
cutaneous disease, causing th hair to grow luxuriantly
giving it a rich, soft, glossy and flexible appearance, an
also, where the hair Is loosening and thinning. It will giv
strength and vigor to tb roots and restore I'm growth to
hoae parts wmcn nave invuiui wm, oauaiug uvu yn-iu
rash covering of nair.
There are nunareas oi laaies um f"t'uieii in new
York who have bad their hair restored by the use of this
Invigorator, when all ether preparations have failed. L.
al. ha in hi possession letter mnumeraiiJe testifying,
to tne above facta, from persons of the highest redsectar
billty. It will etteetually prevent the hair from turning
onttl tho luteal puriud ot life; and in oases wliere the hair
has already ohangod itscolor, the as of the Imrirforator
will witn oeruuuty restore it to it to il original hue, giv
ing it a dark, glossy appearance. As a perfume for the
toilet and a Hair Restorative it Is particulsrly recom
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and UM great ta
stlitiee italtonla in dressing the hair, which, when moist
with tho Invigorator, can he dressed tn any rnjutrtKl
form so as to preserve Its place, whether plainer in curl
hence tbe great demand for it by the ladle a alaodard
tollel article which none ought to be without, the price
place it within the reaea of all, being
Only Twenty-Five) Cents
cr bottle, to be had at el. respectable Pragxiats anil
I.. MILLER would call the attention of Parents and
Guardians to the ose of his Invigorator, in ease where
the children' tmtrtocHne to ea weak. The sue ef tt
lay tha foundation fer a good head ef hair, a ft re
move any Impurioee that may have become oonaeoted
with the scalp, tne removal oi which ' j
fnr tiie health of tbe child, and the futre.apperanee of
Its Hair. - ......
OaCTion. None genuine without me rae-sualle LOUIS
MILLER being on the outer wrapper; also, L. MIL
LRR'fl R INYIGORAIOR, N. Y., blown la tbe
(1Wholaaale Depot, M Dey street, and sold ky all th
nrlnolpal Merchants and Druggist throughout the world
Liberal disooanl t furahasere by tu quantity. ) . , , ,
I else desire So present I th Axteriean PabUe sap '
AUD 1XP10VXD nffTAJfTASTEOUS
i imiin ii Ain
whloh, after year el eoieoUfto experimenting, I have
brouht so perfeeUoa. M dyes Blaok or Brown lr.itaj.tly
witkoatlnjury to Um Hair or Skint warranted tho baal
artiolsel tbe kind inexlatanoe. , . , ,
j .-, PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS. , .,
Depot,' 56 Dey St, New York'
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