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Ou tday... 73
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alee. , . , . .
Advettl.ementt leaded and pieced to th column
Special MoUoee," do Me tn ordinary rat.
All notice laqalrm. la be published by lew, legal nun
If ordered oa Uie Inside exclusively after the Aral week
per cen.. nor into the abov rate; oat all toob wll
appear I th Trt-Weekly withoaleharg.
nusinea u
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hii per line: oateiae
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Noticeiof mUng,charltaUlnoeleUs,firenipanl
Ac, heir nrlc
Ail tramieat advtrtlimmt mutt b paid for
, iMlK Ih rale will not be nrle4 from.
., Werkl.eaes price Mlhe Delly, where theadrertlM "
eeeme weekly alone, waere a ueuy and weeai.
are b-ithueed, then the ohrg lerth Weekly will bt
a. K Um rete of the Dally
Ko adrerlleemenl lakca except for a definlt period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
J. A. B. 8IMZU53,
Attorney At Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ;
On Ambof valuing, oppotlt OapUol Bqaar.
OOLDMBULOinO.
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
' MARION, OHIO. '
Machine Man n factoring. Co mpanj
airtryacitntna or '
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Summer Arrangements.—Time
Summer Arrangements.—Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
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RAILROAD.
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for fort tTuyn and tlaaffo. I
' '." OonneeUng at Okmlaad wlib the LAU BHOKI SAIL-
. . ' i . ROAD , '. .
rrDanikilrkf Baifal. Albnr, Boa-
mm, mmX Hw Irt.
TIIRttK TKAIUS DAILY,
V IXClPt BUSDIT, " "
Proee Calaabaa, la oonctla with train oa th
Utile IIAini' AND "COI VHUC
Tl. - AnDahAiA UtlLKuADUn
i, . : '. 1 i . 1
IIBST TRAIN, y
MIRT UPRB4B.-LraeaaOolaBbaaatl.dO t.Ks
will. Iraia innigr at all elation euaih of Sail a
atop at Oetaaare. aebley, Oardiagtua and OlKad. cm
at all etatloM north of Oaiiob, arriving at Olevelaud
at.6u A. It, Dunkirk 100 P. It BuOalo 4 P. M.
Altmny in . M., New Vora 8: A. M.. Buel'nSlu
P. M , Pitteheirtrb Via OreeUise fctt P. M , PhilaiMt
' Bia i; 10 A. at Chicago vU Orewiltn at 70 P.M.
IBCONOTRAlir. ww
Bl TORE RXPHBda Leave Ooraaba at 11:10
a. a. Will at Lewi ijeum. (for Mbit SeUho,
Bprmge), Vskwara, Oewdlsgtea, Oalioa 0rMlki,bl
b,ba Lo. don. wiUB.U aad Ore Loo. arrlv a
Ckraiaod at V3i p. a.s llauklifc, trju p. a.i awl
rale, IvaO Albany, stt.B Nw lo.k. 14
- - p -; kkeUA. i:e8 p. ea. Tbi Xrain anuotat Sbl-
'" Baudn-ky, and at Oiafloa lot Xalnto, arriving at
V Iied ; P.m. ' - ...
p A -.',.. . rf.. THIRD TRADfa '- w . ! '
' MtlL ASTD AOrONMODAIIUN Leavaa Oolwmbwi
i,',: at IK p. at. Will stp at all etaUoo Booth at
i 8bU7, asd at New tonduB, erelllngtoa, ArafloB.
aad Bena; arriving at I levalaad at '-Mi pas Vaa-kuk.BHa-
e. Beio,aU. a.; Albaay.l'xO p. .;
NeeTurk, 7SBp m.; Buetoa. 11:41 p m. PI lebargh.
4a0r tllrM.nl llJp. a.; PbiladclybiB, 1:00 p. a.,
. Cbwigo, via Oreetllue, B:4S a a. Tbie Train cnaaei
at rhiby for Hei.iliuky aut loledc, arriving at Toiada
at&44 p. ; i f t . i
PaUnt 81eepi&9;,Can art run on all
c fiigbtxiaini to ihieago(Sew
i Yoik and Boston. ( ,,'-,'
Baffffaff Cktdud 7 krojk to Km Tori and Motttn
Z1';. a VUrjand, oeu to fAiUidtijMa and
Htm Yur aim UrmV. j "
- ".,,i meturning. .,
Might Brpreee arrive at Colambee at... 11:18 P. M. r
ClnaaBkM apre arrlv at OolaBba at 10:60 A. M .
j , - AwnaiB.artailoa kxprae arnv.at yolnaba at7-J0
Braya as A.we aa sp aajatbey Baala
V..V M .atr.J .,vi.1 . lUNT. ' ' ! ' H
Iniv rl i. tMndan t AUmIshJ AI.Im.
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yoraBpaa, jan 17, iroi. . . T '
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1 1 AA nr. CH IJtgfeKN and . BlUACK
1UU Tbil IOO bag prim ala Ooaea. i
1 At pockeu old Dnteb Sonraaaat Java Cfe
IkbaaaCakiaOofle. . .
S0bii. eiandard HbiU Bagara, eonakjHng of Paw-
area, caraanaa, wranaiaie A aad uoeja.
' tO auisialt Oeurae Bank Codfuh. t
- fUMl. lleee end Ha. I masker!. f
m eg. Pie detmoa
IOO bn. La baielrja.
- BUbl.
lOOar
do t I ift
1UO M Vkaia, different braadi and grade.1 -BOTJ7
. ....... ' WM etcBOSALD
M. C. LILLE Y
And Blaiik-Book KanafaiitaxBr,
BT0BTB cub BTXKXI, OOLOMJUs, OHIO
Barl 1 ai
Red, White and Bine
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Jwatanaaavlbw St..-. 14
I1VVI B)MT.l I -
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M. t. IOTJTH HIOH ITRRiT.
I a Bw aat or tiwr laian
Be omftiot lo nay yet UUodawed
Pl I ABILITY AMD CHACEFULNISS,
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WOKOKbTJielt'd
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The IateitThe LarreitTha Bait
The Cheapeit Beoaia the But,
Tb rat Hellabi atandard. An
tbrltf f tb EBfllab Laiif
tfto Bundrtd XmtnnH SduMtort of OXIo.
"tM BK8T IMOUBa 0I0TI0MABT IXTNT."
ovary JCm AWywAer. .
"lie are nnward of a Bnndred Thonwuid Worde.
who naltlfariine mean lore aid derivation, together
with thei eorreet eiMlline.ei.d Dronnaebidon me aleerll
tel before lb .'
" CbtetnnaU Ommtrelal.
a A Vtcltlon of the Jftmbtn of Its OMo StaU
loncim't Aeeoof (MOW.
Th andenlrned, aiembere of the Ohio Itat Teacher'
aoelllon. adoni and eln to nee In Machine, wrltloe
end (peeking, th orthography and pronunetatloo oi
WonMiter'i Hotel Onerto DUitioner and w ninet oor
dially rreommend it a the moel reliable itaodard an
inoiitt of th Xnaluh lanaoax. a It la now wrlttea ana
poeeo.
Loan Aanacwi, Pretldenl Kenyon Ooller.
M 0 l.auarrr. Rnperlntfndent Ine1ll Bchool.
Twi. W. Heavn. dop't MaMllon Union Bch oli.
M. I. Oownaaf . Bnu't Publlo Bchoola. Bandoiky.
Joan Lrecn, cop't Pall Bchoole, OlroleTiil.
I. M. denruaa. rrlnclpel Olereland lemal Bunion
wa, Hrrcaau. Bnp't Pabll rhool, Mt Union.
Joan Osoui. frineinal ft tele forma! School. Minn
tola.
Crane Hun. Prlnclnal Vnnrth Intermediate School.
wincmnau.
II. I. Uaana, Bap't Canton union School.
Bnwi kau Prlnotpal KoNealy Normal Bchool. -
ku T. Tr, Pruf. Mathrmalce, Ohio Untrorilty.
Ma W. Knwiane, Snp'l Tro, Union lleheol.
A. a. Dornie. Prinoival Weet Uicb School, Clrre
I A. Moatoa. AaeociaU Principal Dlih School, cict
laod ....
Taaoaoaa Ituum, Frlodpal Ulgn bcdooi, cmt
and. . . . .
B. f . Hrairroe, Principal Cleveland loitllot.
1. A. Qaariaxa, President ( XlMtk Inetltn:, HI
ran.
W L Baaau, Prof, of OhemUtry. Ohio Weelejai
Untrcralti. . '
II. U. Baanrt. Bi-Cemmlteloner of Common Ichoola,
NO.'
Jaaa Honaoa, Prof. Rhetoric. Oberlln OolUg.
Teue. Uiu. rMtaii amloeh Oollaie.
0. W U. OaTBcaBT, Prof. BathemaHce, Blgh
School. Peyton.
S. 0. Canaaaoaa, Prof. Laafuag, Dlfh School
Daylco.
I. M. Baaaaa. Bap't Crion Bchoal. Aahland,
. Mar iXm Bia Bundrtd atlltr Pr4dnU of OotU-
ye. Pro4 or. Author and DIHvuUkd tinea-
tort, lum tndurna m umo eeruinMrM.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO,
faairrr Oouaaa "It I traly maanlBcent work
a heaor is the aaihar, t pbliabra,and th wueb
eonDtry." rrMenl Andraw.
Oaio m aeurtaa UaitaaaiTT It axaced ay expect
Ion. . It will be ay anld oruioer.ptij and pronan
etttion. and will often be eoneilied by ex fur II a
ad aeoarai deoltl"oe." Preeldent ThoBpeoa..
W. A. gouRTicOoujw. "nrretofLre we har"
webeter' ortkuaraub. At reeei.t aeetln of oop
ai-alta. It wu aed .cd to chaste It to conform to thai
4 W reMMr koyal Quarto Diotionary." Prldni
laraeld '
Wawraaa Rraava Ohifwa. "I And It worthy ol
oordtal appronUua.,' rraeldenl UitcDooot.
l Oeeaua Oota.aa-''It more than awett By npceta
loae. I reai eimend It aa the etanderd eathoriti Ii
rtboepi to ay children and By pnplle." Preeideni
Awnooa Cocum. "I adopt and ala to In fcaab
wg. wnttua aadepeaklog, th orthof rby and pronnn.
neunn of woroeeure aoyai naarw aiiouonary.-
rreetoeni urn.
In ell a wrltlnc. nakhi(. and teaehlna. I bar a
doTored to eoalora I th role for ortt ograpby an
pronnieialloaaeaitalnrela Wereeotere Dictionary,
Horace Mann, lata frMldant.
Kaaro Oouaaa. Oaaaint'! and cordially reeoa
aond It at lb meet reltebl tandrd authority of ih
Mof lieb langua aa It If bow whiten and pokn."-
rieatdaat Aiidiewi. v. ,
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS, OF OHIO
from Bot. Anton 8ylX, OommltHmtr of Oommm
., . acaottf ta vto.
"Th Dictionary b aa Imperiahebl monoment to U
'(arnina and indar rr of i aalhor, and ao honor to th'
world of kite re. -The aeehanleal axeeatloa la far rape
I dnr to that of any olhar Laaiooa with which I aa ac-
inaieiea." '
from Bom B. B. Bamtm Sa-Oammiuiontr c
tkXooU m Ohio.
Th Boat raliabw atoBiarl. aathorlty of th lan
caaga." f
TnwiUng XTewerpftperfj of OMo Bay
from lit Cltomand Btrald J Marti 9,
n rtbograpby of th Waroeeter Dmlooary ki th
wwr9 vj wioet, 11 nn hu.ni w swhiuviiwH ,m "
eeantry aad Bnlaad. aad eoofora to thgaral angr
uf orainary wrlura ana epcaaere. . r
Whataeer eraladlcee am bav azktad nrevfooily.
aareiai itoay ef una voiame win invenaoty e loiiown
b a wane appraoiaitoa or I' grrat a ana, ana a eeein
'8 and It w H well eefee'eo iierary, e 11 targe er emai
liieellnran Initorlf. and Will remain aa impenaba
bU reaord of tb letrnlng of 11a oomptur. f
. from Ua Oaofjuta OomntroUU of Apr 90
Here are aoward of a baud red thdaaand word rood
bad nd todiBerent wboe maitiurloo aeanlaa aw
derivation, together with their correal spelling and pro-
nenelaUoB. aia eat alaarM be lor tnp ere in worn n
eBqoeaUooab 1 lb graateat TheeasreJof loglmb Word,
vr pabllabad. )
from lit OUotUmi PlMndtaJtr of Sep, to, 1W0
vidratl Woarmrra' Rovai Qnaara Dranoaaav U
r4 onlv U loaf, but (A aarr. toori: of IX land aver ta
ad and eaa by a pea.bUity tmBu by eucpparieon ui
eontravariy i . .
- from Ma 7Wtfo Btadt of Man IS.
A to raoaiianaTtoa, WMcnwrta a a Srairaaai
followed by ear beet author! to deBettion be Wave
aotbin to be deal red aad to Oaraoaaanrt It a laffletea
la ray that Woaaarrea oaa be afe y allowed
1
1 HUH Al Ac BRAOOt
Pn allemere, Baakaallera Btatlanera
R0 191 B0PIBIOB IT., CLBVBLASD, OOIO.
ZI7
rrrrra i 1 vi'i r t i t? Ml? TiTT
V A lid , JU U t xJJXIJ VEilMTtMlXX
LLEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Off
, '.1 - - . 1
Nowarlt. HXT,
OiTlaendtanaarr It 186 1 45 Per Cent.
aVt8 Jm.TBwwf t f 11S5
v staaantaalJaaaaiT 1 1861
blue, per (tatomrafjta. bt, B6.....3,408,jej 3d
eeld lot rrou,iam( any
tog ih ar 1MB. ITM.OJJ SS
Booeived for interest daring
th year Ut30 tU 814 II
Total reeelp for 160....Hi77,087 74
PeidOtotoaby DaUi7i0 00 L .
Paid Poliew taneo- ... , . ,
dred 41,111 J ' v.
Paid Salariea, Po t-
'. .eg. Tax, IX- '"" r j 7
' change, etc. 31,030 U -
Paid Coeaakxion to , .
Avtnta 51,325 SO
Paid Pkystoiana fees. . 1060 75
Paid Anoalttoa. U17 00
Paid Dlvtaend dor-
z tog tb yoaa 160,500 71 505,001 S3
411,971 14
Ret Balanot .Tannery 1st 1861
8J,81!J,55B
? J W jl ' mBBRB.
m l d '
f o.rne iv
Bonds and M ortnaeeon leal
' B.tate. worth oonbla the
auont toaaed... t,J574l
Praaiwa Mole, oa Poilele r ; j,".
la fore, only drawing g per
eat tatwrewbao 1.9T9 PM 17
Seal Rata a .' B0HH3 7
Loaoa oo ecrlp. 5,031 4
rRanBa.NotndOaa,la1 -
esuxof train ralalon ' 45.341' 71
Total Aetet B38.55ej
T.878 ffoUetot la for, Insuring td,4t6A38
1.135 aew Polide bav been wanted daring Use year
After a earefol ealealattoo of tho prevent laatti of ta
utanding PeHeleeof lb Company, and having tb
tawaonry aweoawl to reeerve the refer, tb Direoior.
have declared uivinaa M ta par eent. oo lb Premt
me paid el lb table ratea, to all polietee for Uie to force
baaed prior to Jaaaary I, NwHI, paywbl awrdlng to th
raeenl ral f tb Ooapany.
Katnfov all kladaoi Lif Ooatlngonett, Prnpe
neea, Statement, and Application, will be raralehed
winooT eaaaoa, at ta OlBc or Agenete of too Ooa
pany. . i
V i ROBT. t- PSTTRRSOlf, Pmtdanl.
. L.0.0R0VBB, fie President.
BBHJ. O. MILLS a, Secretary.
. a. Ua ASfcEBW, Afftni, .
. ... Me. 4 Jobneoa Btoek,
March tt. IBBl. . .: . 0olnabaa,0.
T1LAIII A H D- riGI'HED BXACK
1 DBBeS BILKS, t ran grwto Tb moat alel
aasoroMai nia tity,
i.' ... i
sad at bom reeenaabi rate.
,1 . BAIN A SON,
prill
MtnifllgtrM
4 c
34
50
Scrofula,'or King's Evil,
a coiiBtitutional diRcane, corruption of Sho
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Uema in the circulation, it
ervadua the wliolo boilv. and mar curat out
in dUcaae on any part of it. Ho ornn Is frca
from its ottacke, nor i there one which it may
not destroy. Tho scrofulous taint is variously
cauacd by mcrctirutl 4itHease, low living, '
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy hubits, the depressing vices, and,
above all, by the venereal infliction. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con.
stitution, descending " from parents 10 cniiuren
unto tho third and fourth ecnvrntion ; inueea.
U seems to be the rod of Him who says, "I
will visit the ini'iuittes of tho lutuers upon
their children. . .
Its clfocts commence by denotation from the
hlood of corrunt or ulcerous matter, which, in
tho lung", liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in tho elands, swellings; and on
tho surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
tuition, winch gender ui the blood, depresses
the eii'.'rgit's of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tion not onlv t.ufiVr from scrotulous com.
pluinU, but they huvo fur less power to with
stand the attacks of other diseases! censo.
nticntlv viwt numbers perish by disorders
h. aUhoii"li not scrotulous in liictr nature,
still rendered fatal by this taint in the
nvainn. Moat of tlio consummion wliicn de
cimate the human family has Its origin directly
tint Bcrcfulous contamination and many
(Li, tnictire dut uses of the liver, kidncv. bratn,
ami. indeed, of nil the organs, sriso from or
1110 nsfrrnvalcd lv tho saino causo.
One quarter of nil our people nre scrofulous
thtir persons are invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from tho system we must renovate
the blood by nn alterative medicine, and in
vicorato it bv healthy food and excrciso.
Such it mcdicino we supply in
: AYEIt'S
'(minuiind Extract of Sarsanarilla,
the most effectual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise lor tins every.
where nrcvuihna and fatal malady. It is com.
bined from the most active rcmetlials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and tha rescue of the
svhtein from its destructive consequents
Hnico it should bo employed for the cure of
not onlv hcrotiiln. but Also those other atlcc.
tions which nnso irom it, sucn as jrvftivb
ind Skin Diskasp.s, St. Anthony's Fiup.,
Uosr. or KuTsivr.i.AS. Pimples, Pustules,
Bi.oTciir.s. lii.AiNsnnd Hons, Iumorh, Ibttkb
and Sat.t IIiip.um, BcAtn IIeai), Kinowoum,
ILiiki iia iish. Kvriiii.iTicandMKiicLitiAi, Ui.
KAHRM. Dhopsv. Dvkpepsia,; Dbiiilitt, and,
indeed, am, Complaints AHiaixo vbom Vitia
run oa Imi'iirh JJwod. Tho popular belief
in " iivvurtii of th Uooa is lounueu in irmn,
for rerofula is'u degeneration of tho blood. The
tiarticu ar nurnoso and virtue of tins &arsapa.
iilln is to purity and regenerate tins vital iiuiu,
without which sound health is impossible in
con lav.vnntcxl constitutions.
Ague Gure,
ran tub aPECDV cute or
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and A an.
Hrni(trit I'rver, f'lilll Fever, Dumb
Ijrua, Pirlixllcnl llrnilat he, or DUIoue
I1c1h lie. nu'J ISlllon Fevers, Indeed
for 11m whole cIhss of dleense rlp;lieit
inir In lilliary dnraiiftciueiit, (aimed by
ll .'tularin or lumswaric 1 atiuirici,
Vu are rnalilnrl here lo oflcr tlic eoniniunity a
"emi'li" which, while it cures the nlme complaint
it!t t'.-it 'iiity, is still licrfcclly liarmlcss in any
tianiK. . rwu a romcdy is invaliiiiiiic in district
rlr ilteii nuiictm disoruera (ircvaii. - tins
'f't it:'. " fxi)-U the miasmatic poison of Frver
tNii Ant'R fpm the lyatem, and prevent the de-
L'clopnx nt of lite uiauaie, ii takes on uie nr.it an
mi... )i of it prcintmitory symptoms. It is not only
ho Lest muctly ever yet discovered for this class
if ci;iii;)!.iiiits,l:iit nlo tho cheapcst.t-The large
itiaittlty wm lupiily for a dollar brings it within Uie
Tic!i of cviry body ; and in bilious dutrieU, whera
i'kvrh ami Afit'r. prevails, every cony mould
tave it mil itie it freely both for cure and protec
i'ni. A iront superiority of this remedy over any
ithcr ever dtscovired fir the" speedy and certain
urcof Inlriiiillnls is that it contain no Quinine
ir mineral, cinseqticntly it produces no quinism or
titer injurious etlccl lintevtr upon the ronttitu
ion. 'liiotc cured by it are left as healthy as if
hey hurt ncvir had the disease. .:
l'Vti-r 2111I Ague is notalono the consequence of
he mia.iitiilio pnlsan. A ;reat variety of dior
U'r ttrite frma its iiritaiion, nninng which aro
Vcumf'i't, Hlteiimnfhm, O'mt, lhttiluche, lilind
(, t'thtHfirkf, E.nnrhe, I'aturrli, Asthma, Vat
lU tlinH, Painful At'rctioa of tht Spleen, ttijitcr-
, I'm 11 in the llinpris, Colic, l'arnlyrit ana Ie
ff'i'tH '.vf of the Simari, all of which, when
li.-iii-.i t: ( in iliia (rtupc, put on the intermittent
pr. :r i i cmiit pctiotiiciil. This " Cuke " expel
lie poisiui lYent tlte hlood, atitl. consequently cure
Item nil :dilie. It is an invaluable protection lo
'timi;;rc.i'.i"niirl person travelling or temporarily
eietlinti in tlt" malarious district. If taken ocoa
ionallv or ih'tilv -vbile exposed to the infection,
hat will ha cx T.nd from the system, and cannot
'..rcn.r.'iliite i' ttfli'i -it quantity to ripen into dis
sa. JIci'.cv rt is- evt r mora valuable for protee
ton than enre, and few v. ill ever surfer from Inter
uittt'titi if thev avail Ih'-iin c'ves of the protection
Hiis rometly alf'rdM. J
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Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
3teTwj'iwB3
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati. Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Cars
and but Ona Change of Can between ,
Columbus and St. Louis. ,
Four Trains Daily from Columbus
FIRST TRAIN..
innnMMnnATlOH at S . a . itonplog at all sta.
Una hm iviimmi and Olncinnail and Daytin, ar
rlvlu at tilnetunatl at 10 05 a a., and at national
d la. m .oonueotugalCaton for iudiaiiapuiis ata
tn vreat.
, 8CC0KD TRAIN.
Ho. I BXPBB3I at II 40. B.,i'o
stopping at Jefferson
London, Onarleeioo, Oedarviil. Xeol
la, aurug vaiiey.
ring Vlley,
Oorwin. rreo.,rt. Port Ancient. Morrow It., Lebanon,
ffnalar'a
Lovelani and miford, airlvlng at OineinnaU
at 4 30 p. a. Daylon at S 45 p. B.,ooneetlns wltn ine
utile and MiMl.aluui aaurnai lor wuainn, u.;.,
fi.tr,. St. I.ou.a NcwOrltana. etc.: at Dayton
for IndUnapoli, Lafayette, lerre uaate, vmcsgo ana
all wetiero poinu.
THIRD TRAIN.
HAIL at 0 10 p. m , (topping at a I tloni between
Colombo and Aula,ana el nprug vaiiry, u iwiu
Morfow and Love laid, arriving at Uinctnnatl at B a. a.
, FOURTH TRAIN. ' ni.
winnr CTPttlSA. via Dton at H OS Btdnlshl,
irinnine at London. Xenia. Dayton, Uiudlctowa and
..' ' . " . , . ., K tlK m - n.
i. o m.: flnnnee'lnw at Olnrlunati with the
(iht ard MlaallDDi Railroad lor Loaiavllle. Bvanjvllle,
vi,.M.rtnMa. dairo. rt. ftjtinia. memimie. new umw
end all points Sooth and acnth weM) alao. at oayuio
for Indianapolis, lieye, itrr maaie, vuicaav,
n- Wnr rnriber tnfnrmatlon and Thronsh Tickets,
sppil lo M. L. HOnEUiy, IloketAgeat. Upton Depot,
uolambas. ..
r. w. BiaafDO,
Qentral Tlckt Agsnt, Olnelacttl.
t JN0.W.D0BIRTT,
Agent, Colombo,
R. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Oolumlni July 14, 1881
RAILROADS. EAST.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND Steubenville Short Line
RAILROADS
COMBINED!
OOMNIOTina AT BELLAtRR WITH TUB
BALTIMORE & OHIO,
AND AT PITTBBCIiaH WITH THI
PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL
RAILROAD:
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Shortest, Quickest & Most Reliable
t-7- i- -ii is nujnol
' Trains Leave Columbus as follows :
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tfeavei Colombus 3 30 A. M. from Union Dep-t. via
Bel lake or Bteubenvl le: arrive! ai Br I lair?, iu.'.u a
M ! Stenbenvill 19. SO P. M.: Pl Ubnnih. 3 40 P. M
nirriihorg. I. IS A. M.: rla AUmtvwn, arrive at Mew
fork 8 00 A. M. via rhlladclkta. arrive at Phlla
delDhla. 5. 10 A- n.i hew dork. 10 30 A. M. Connects
alao at Ilarr ileum for Baltimore, ritvingat7.45 A. U.
. ... .i.i a., .vi. m
Bieepmy van auacaea w mis
from Colombo, mn direoily throngh to Bellalr or
Pitojborgb wiihuBl change; and Pasengrt via alien
town arriv to New lark at a A. a
ltTTWO HO0B8 IS ADTAN0B OP HOBTilEBN
liifliaio.
This Train also oonneoto at Bellaire with the
Baltimore aud Ohio Katlroad
PrtTSBUROa BXPRE38.
Leave Oolombaa II itt A M , from Bnlon Depot, via
leaoenviiie, arrivoe ai ncwara, as v r- . vuu
ton, . 15 P. M.; dtaaboaville, 6 P. M ; Plttabnrg, 8.40
P M 11 rrbts U liKunly roat oy wnicn rassengeri
eaa leave Cincinnati at 7 A. SI., go tnroagn i ruts
burgh la daylight, wtthont change oi career aeisy.
' PAST LINB.
Leaves Oolambn 1.15 P. M., from Union Drpot via
"Hair: arrive at Newark, 3 33 P. al ; Zaneevllle,
33 P. a j Balialr 7 55 r. M.; Plibthnryri. !!. P.
M.; Harrlsbarg, B.00 A. M.t Ha AUtnlown. ardvaa
at New York. 4 P. M.i via Fhil'ideiuAta. arrive-
Pbl adel bia, 110 P. H.; New York. II P. M. This
Train also eonnoct at Uarrlsbarg lor Baltimura, ar
riving at IP. M.
Tbt rrato ran tnrangn h oeiiair or rituoorg wttn-
nt chaos af Cars; and from fittebnrg there Is no
chanee of Car to Phi auclphta, or via Allentowa to
New lorx uasoDOiiog
The only Route from Columbus to Baltimore,
Philadelphia, or New York, with only
one change of Cars.
B tht Train Paseenrer arrlv la New Toik fir
boars In sdvnno of th Northern lines.
This Train also connect at Bellaire wltn th saltimor
tod Ohio R. R.
UTTbis Route is 30 miles shorter to Pittsburg,
and more than luu miles snorter to
- New York, than Northern Lines.
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swelling and paia Jroa bo stings, aotqotto btte, aad
poteoBon piania, naaraigia, rueamanaia, ague in uie
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. vorrspOBOOb BUIlGliea irom an wuowe uwmiiiiee oi
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everywhere.
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The Prolongation of the War.
When we look at the condition in whloh our
oountry fiYds itself at lbs present moment, we
must acknowledge that it is by no means Uti
taring to our national pride. '
. we ooast, ana not witDout reason, oi tne eu
poriorltv of our population ever that of the reb-
el tste, of its greater intelligencer id its
superior capscily of eodarsnec we reflect wiib
satisfaction ibt it Is ooly In our pa.it of the
oountry that the arts fljurl.b whtcb minister to
i be uecessuies of war as wen as those or peace;
ae can ssy that for us tne sess are open wlib all
tbe market of tbe worlJ, invitiog us to com
plete our lesouroes from what tbey offer us,
while the rebel ports are closed. Al tbe scat of
government we bare an Immense army, a body
ol soldiers moie intelligent than ever before
was brought togttber iu such numbers men of
great phjsloal hardihood, lull of enthusiasm
lor the Uuion, and most ably commanded. This
great army Is posted on tbe soil of one of tbe
rebsl States, between tbe city of Woablngton
snd tbe Insuigent boet by which 'that city is
menaced. Meantime our navy ysrds have been
active beyood auy previous example, and tbe
naval force which was so saccesslully employed
lo capturing tbe foiti st Hsttera Inlet be
been augmented to much more formidable di
mensions.
Yet with sll these sdrsntsget In our 'favor.
snd all these Imposing preparations, it is not
possible to contemplate without a teoiiog oi
vexation tbe situation in wbicb we now stsod.
If we bsve blockaded New Orlesni, the rebels
have blockaded onr own seat of governmeot
eves more tfisotually. Their batteries com
msod tbe Potomac-. Tbe City of Washington
snd the vast army ported in its neighborhood,
oennot bo approached by water, II tbey are to
receive supplies of provisions tbey must be
conveyed taitber by land; their stores of am
munition and too ponderous eogioes oi war
destined for their use muet bo 4ragged over
land also.
WbUe this is the state of things st our seat
of government, all the accesses to which sbonld
be ss onen ana sue as tne entrance to tne n ar
bor of New York, we are startled uy the Intel
ligence that tbe large division of our army on
the Upper Potomac, under Goneral Banks, one
of our ablest commanders, has met with a most
disastrous check in Its operations. Before tbe
dirtrrice of the Stone Bridge sffilr had been
wiped out, comes too fatal day of Edwards's
terry, la wnicn oi tie gsuaot uamoroia regi
ment, consisting of more than six hundred
man. so tree two hundred returned sale, sod
their leader, the beruio Baker, whom tbe coun
try could ill afford to lose, fell at tbeir bead
Oa tbe circumstances of this defeat we need not
dwell, since the government bas acknowledged
its bitter significance by not allowing tbe tele
graph to tell a tenth part of tbe story till a lew
days after it happened. Tbe design of taking
(ieo. Binks's division serosa me rotomsc sua
planting it on tbe Virginia eide, to oo-operate
wiib tne army unoer iniouienan, nas in conae
auence been sbandonod for tbe present.
do net nod much to
lion against the for
WD en we turn to anat our nary i ooing,we
reassure oa 1 be expedl
lion aeainst tne lorts at naueras miti naei
mort brilliant result, snd everybody ssid: "The
exoedition surely will not content itself with
this single exploit, out win im mediately prooeea
to seize upon BVaulort while yet defenseless,
and make us masters of the entire coast of
North Carolina " This, however, was not done;
week alter week elapsed; Bcaulort is now
stroogly fortified, and everywhere along tbe
coast tne reoeie.aamooKoea oy tut proui oi iuo
weakness of tbeir defenses ou tint side, nave
been nutllOK lortu every exernuu m uisa.s lutrui
.. . , .1 . 1-
,e,Tes,eCure against bur attacks. The very
li.tellieoDce brought yesterday by the steamer
.. . . . 1 n t . 1,1. ,. 1
MuUlellan irou new urieaus, wuuw it sauw
tbe falsehood of tbe boast made by Uollinsof
his victory over our blockading fleet in that
quarter, shows also- ths energy oi the prepara
tions mace py tns reoois lor meir protettiun.
A formidable fleet of steamers snd a strange
eueine of naval warfare called the ManattdS,
by wbicb one of our steamers was near being
disabled, accompanied by a fleet of fire ships
wbicb covered tne waters from snore to snore,
fairly drove our vessels irom the Soutbwo
Pais, ona of the mouths of the Mississippi, in
doing which tbey narrowly escaped being wreck
ed and fall'ng into tbe poacr of the enemy.
We nave now lormiuaoio navai preparations
on loot, l oeir oea'iDMioa is oi course uu-
koowo; but that impoitint expeditions will
sioa go lortn, ana mat niows win soon oo
struck with a vigorous hand, we do not doubt.
Still we must not hope for eisy and almort
bloodless victories, as at tao liattdras lulet
Tbat surprise 'cannot be repeal" d. We shall
find tbe rebels ready lor us; ibere will be hard
fightingr there will be losses of men, and per
bans lueses of sbios, and tbe triumphs wnicb we
exoect must be won at a sad cost of human life.
we have slated these things not in a spirit
fault-flodinv, but simply wun a view ot snow
ing the difllouliied which spring up as we pro
ceed in ibis conflict. These ditficultice will en
c turage trie rebels and prolong the war. We
bave tbe prospeot ot lull employment tor our
army of halt a million aod for all our veisele
of war. It there are any who expect to see tie
atrile ended by negotiation and liiendly adjust
ment the present winter and we Have beard
such expectations attributed to certain distin
guished politicians tbey labor under tbe vain
eat of all delusions, sod neither estimate prop
erly the state ot leoling at tbe South nor that
at tbe Norm, mere can ee no peace wnnooi
national disgrace, uutil tbe rebels are fully sub-
jugtted, and tns tbe dreamers to wnom we at
luda will sooner or later eee.
Our government bas endeavored to reinforoe
Its ttrioily military operations by oertaln strong
messures of aooiber nature. There la nothing
dearer u man toan personal liberty; tbe gov
ernment has deprived individuals of tola, ar
resting and confining thtm on suspicion. In
free country no right is more priicd, and justly
pr ged, than tbe liberty of tbe press. Tbe gov
ernment bas refused to several newspaper es
ttblishmeuti In this city tbe right ot sending
taeir sheets by mail, and bas eeixed Urge
packages oi these jjurnals destined for circula
tion through other channels. , So far aa the per
sonal arrests are oonoerned, although some
them were needless, yet there is no doubt that,
as lo the case of the Baltimore secessionists
and tbe disloyal members of the Maryland
if wMiaiuro, auur urrvcuiicu Krone ueai
miniaf. and hiudered mora than one treason
carried Inta effect. . Toe
a 1..1..I .nruiilt.. haaft ailtaii hf M,
mwnn v. .' wwwm "j .
Seward, in a late loiter, tbe great writ or iree
I dom, yet the right of suing out tbat writ
k..q in(1MDrltJ by the President.
. These. vigorous prooeedipg-j they striko
as strangely; a friend of freedom cau hardly
be-r oi vbetn without a pang of regret; yet
oountry has submitted to them from a convic
tion of tbeir necessity. Bold as they are, there
ta jet ona Step, wbicb, to a distant speotstor
our politics, would seem less bold thsn these,
wbiob tbe uovemmenf, nowever, nas net ven
tured to tike a sled wbioh would change
whole asnect ol tbe war, bring to our ide
host of sew allies, call off the attention of
rebels Irom tbeir present plans, aud'haaten
A period ol (heir subjugation. There' is some-
tbing more saorea tosn personal noerty or man
tha freedom of the' press; there is an institution
to be regarded with greater reverenoa than
aos corpus. 1 oe right of tbe rebel to
slave is apparently the last right to be touched.
Ia all other respeots the Uoverument treats
with mora tbe conservatism which would
N. York Post.
N. York Post. Oct. 25.
Dsv. As we walksd an street a few evenings
since, we overtook a lad wbo had gained such a
height that we hardly recognised mm. Almo
in to hi rac-ld nrnendloular growth, we Baked
him tf II was not abont time for him to stop
'I have nothing to do with It," said he, "I am
' not twenty-ont JM.'Wvew voi-w vrwrjr,
t 7 '-. . ''. '' ''-' v. n ti : ; ;
' I"! J i.' .
The Strength of the Enemy.
t
or
a
of
vi
tbat this
war oannot be a shortone. It la the duty of the
country to fortify Itself for tbe formidable eon
fl ot before ns by taking tbe full measure of tbe
streogti of the rebels. Tbey have so often
confronted ns wltb superior numbers, tbat even
the most skeptical as to tbeir power of protraot
ed re-utsnoe ought, by Ibis time, to be ready
to revise tbeir too hasty estimate of tbe m'lfte
ry weakness of the South. Even tbe Ziouns,
woiotrhas done mora than anv other nun tin
journal to create tbe delusion tbat tbe SoB'B
wouia prove a feeble enemy, has lately recant
ed tbe error lo these emphatie sentocef
'Among tbe most psrnioloug blunders wblub
bare embarrassed our warlike operations, Bas
been tbe blunder of underrating tbe strength ol
tbe rebels. As a matter of course, we bave
overrated the strsngtb of tbe loyal States.! i '
Tbe too prevaleut misconception aa to ths
comparative military resource of tbe loyal and
tbe rebel States, is an erroneous deduotlon from
tbe census returns. Classing all the slavebold
ing Slates together and using round numbers,
the, population of the North may be stated at
twenty millions snd tbat ol tbe South twelve
millions. Deduoiing irom tbe latter tao four
millions of slaves and layiog them out of view,
we bave twenty millions of northern freemen to
oppose tbe eight millions of white southerners.
it is therefore assumed tbtt this is a contest of
twenty millions sgainst eight, and that the
figures represent the comparative militar
strength of the two sections. It i this idea of
our vast numerical superiority tbat baa mads
us over-confident and led us to suppose that w
could put down tbe rebellion in one snort cam
paign by a partial exrrtion of our strength. It
is this wbiob leads us, If a stray rewapsper
from the other side censures tbe rebel leader,
to fall straightway to prophesying that the Con
federate Government is about tumolinc Into
fragments. We fail to make tbe resolute effjit
which tbe struggle demand because of aooo-
atantly lurklog incredulity respecting the power
of tbe rebels. Regarding it as m stroggle of
twenty millions against eight, we seem to live
In expeotation tbat the rebels are oo tbe point
of' discovering tbe bopeleesoese oi a struggls
against suon immense odds, and that their lee
ble resources will speedily give out. I
bren if a mortityiog experience were not
rapidly disenchanting ns, a very little reflection
would be sufficient tj correct tbe error that this
is a contest ol twenty millions againet eight
1 be omission ot tne slave irom an estimate ol
tbe military strength of tbe South, for no bet
ter reason than tbat tbe slaves do cot bear
arms, is a triple error. In the first plsoe, do
oountry ever arms its whole population; the In
dustry of the majority who stay at borne supplies
maintenance to tbe minority wbo take tbe field.
Tbe blares, ss laborers, are just as important
an element of military strength aa tbe earns
number of wbite Inhabitant. We most, ae
cordingly, include the slaves io any correct es
timate of tbe military power of the South,
making the war, on the most superficial view,
not a contest of twenty millions against eight,
but of twenty millions against twelve. But we
called their omission a triple error, and will
now proceed to point out Its second part. Io
tbe Northern States women are seldom produo
tive laborers furnishing commodities ior mar
ket, aod children are kept at school. Ia tbs
South the wives and children of elavea are reg
nlsrly worked as field bsods, thus making tbe
proportion ot producers twice as great as in tne
same number of white inhabitants of the North
ern Slates. Tbe lour millions of Southern
slaves, then, furnish about twice as many pro
ducers ss an squat number oi tbe wbite popula
tion of the North. The four millions practical
ly become eight, and tbe contest is, in this view,
equivalent tj matching twenty millions agint
sixteen, fiat, as already intimated, even this
rectification is insufficient, and we must make a
third, dependent 00 tb proportion betMa pen.
ducuou and consumption in a slave population
Tbe ability to maintain soldieis does not de
pend on tbe aggregate production, but on tbe
surtflus which is not consumed by the la.
borers thsmselves.. SIsves being kept almott
as cheaply as so many aulmals, tbeir net earn-
iugt, over ana above wnat tney consume,
are muoh greater than ibo net earnings of tbe
ssme number of while laborers, thus furnishing
a basis for maintaining a proportionally larger
number of soldiers. Ibis Is, taen, do contest
of twvi.tv millions sgainst eight, as it wobid
seem t be if we left tbe slaved out of the cal
culation altseether; nor a contest of twsnty mil
lions against twelve, as it would appear if we
merely counted the slaves as adding four mil
lions io the whits population of tbe South; nor
yet a contest equtvaleut to one ol twenty mil.
lions sgainst sixteen, as the iact tbat tbe wo
men And children 01 tbe slaves are produoers
would mike it; but a contest of twenty millions
eilnst some number whose effective strength
ia largor taan sixteen minions oy retson oi tne
tact ibat slave laooiers are comparative non
oonsumers.
Tbe South have also a great Advantage, in
the number of mei tbey can oall into aervios in
tbe fsot that toe seat of war Is in their own
country. If a rebel force of ten thousand men
should undertake tj march filly miles Into
Pennsylvania and attack a force of flve tbou
sand, tbey would not only be obstructed by tbeir
ignorance ol tbe topography of tbe Stale, and
harassed by skirmishing parties hsogingon tbeir
fltnks and rear, but before tbey could reacb
tbeir destination tbs Bre taousand men tbey
went to attack would bave swelled to 111 teen or
twenty thousand by the spontaneous rallying of
tbs Iriendly lubab tints, wnen tne enemy oaa
been repulsed, these Impromptu soldiers would
immediately return to tieir homes aod resume
tbeir customary employment, i ne ooutn win
bare tbi advantage In a war conducted in tbe
territory, enabling them to use a temporary
militia against us aluoat without expense, while
every soldier used against mem is mustered in
to permanent service, and supported, At a heavy
oost. at a great distance irom borne.
Dsepiie these advantages of tbe rebels, there
can be oo doubt of the superiority of our mili
tary resources, nor oar, ultimate eucceis it we
will make up our minds to wield our retouroee
with proper vigor. It Is a great ctal better that
we should fully awske to tbe magnitude aod t
difficulties of the contest now. than to bave oar
eyes opened by a painful and mortifying experi
ence. It is far preferable tor the nt on lo lax
its resources to tbe very utmost this yer, than
merelt to learn, as tbe fruit of this year's ope
rations, that we have got to exert all our etreagtb
next year Tbe rebels are lormiaaoie enough
to make this a long and exbaustiog war it t
attemnt to prosecute It in any balf-hearted
half way manner. But If we start, st the out
set. with tbe conviction tbat we have a power
ful foe lo subdue, and with an Invincible deter
mination to make thorough work, we shall there
by both sbortsn tbe war, and aemoilsn
the
cbances of discouragement under the temporary
reverses incident to an oi new recruits.
N. Y. World. Oct. 28.
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The following regiments are now O'lanlslog
at Uamp uougias, at L-oioago, Illinois
Chtcaso Letlon. Ool. 0. W. Comtnri, '.
Stfj
Natlnat On-d, 01. 8. D. Baldwin. ...... ..-..a" IM
HcOlellan Brigade, Cel. W. P. Lynch.. 1"'
Ueeaanw rastlter. Colonel Wlbton ?
Dou.la Brlaade. uclonel Webb r'"
Colonel Whitlow's Regiment....... Siio
Colonel Breokett s caoelry... ....-. ..-. ... w
Colonel llariman' Cavalry,. so"
Tetal number of BBBllstd..........'......B ISO
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Ho. 29 South High 8treet, Columooi,
a us now OPPKRINO ' .'J -s.i.!'m '
ii. BOOS yards TiaveUn Drtss Goods atlXtaln
lllHoeou.- ,.
SSOO yards 1 ravelin Draa 0oo1 atUS, Ta's SO ets
at 18 value 95
yards cent.
1IMU yards f ranch Orrtudlee at UH, vain VO cents.
SIKH) yenn Pal Colored Lawno al 10 value IS eoM.
I0U0 yard Poniard Drete silk at 37S, vain SO cents.
UUOyarda Sopor Plain BUok Bilk at i 00. valmBllfS
R ibes of Orguidi Berag, and Rngliah Bragi l
half thtir value.-. ..,. j -
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FAINTS O BOUND m OII.,.i
tad pat spin half ponnd oan tor family saw, sal Dip
PvJnt In balk. ' ' ' ; "
iruslios of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of ' ' .
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIAD9. T
AXES GRINDSTONES, aso. ' :,
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, ft,
FISHING TACKLE.
- ROPE ft CORDAGE I
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTTNGr. '
EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS," - 4
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
SCYTHES, fcc., '
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 sepooUUy invito th attention of all tatorawd to aa
took of Poekl and Table Oattory, and
. N1EVEH PLATED FORKS, j
able, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, sfco.,
if BOQSBEa k BOO'l. Mannfactara, warrantod to be
Wtra heavy, BlMtro-Ptotod.oa gwaaln Atbatta.
Ooaatry Uerchanl, kechaalca, and (thars, ar hrrlad -
ooall and axamlo my Block, as I aa prepared to nil
4 holesal and Retail. XT to. A. OIEL,.
0oIumbns,0hlo,My8, 19Ca
GREAT CUBE.
DR. LEL.4ND'3
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND
13 THE OJNLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
BJieomatism, Goat and Hearalg-i.
AND A BTJRB OURR POR .,i '
All Mercurial Diseaxes.
It is oonvententli arranred Baud, eootalnln a mad-
lealed eodpoand, 10 be worn around tho W ami, withoat
injury ui ih most delicate penoae; no change la bami
of living to rati aired, aad It entirely native th dbv
aa froa th ajtstem, withoat uroductoa tha ininrioaa
eLect arming from tb as of powerful tote nasi medi
cine, which weaken and daauoy lb oonaUiauoa, and
Siv. temporary relief only. By (his irestiaml, th ad
ic nai prupertiesooiilained to Ibwaand ecane ia oontact
with the blood and reacb the dtseaao, throa the pore
of ihe akin, eleoiiog In toerg hisuneo a perfeol oare,
tnd restoring the pat la aAlictrd to a heal. by oeodltioa.
this Band bj alao a ejostpowerini ABTI MamoeataJ. uuL
and will euUrely reliev ibeeyeMa troa ilia jwiwiiiIiim
effotof Uaiaary. MuderaM asMtn eufwdiaale
dae, and wear ounaiautly receiving teeUmouiale of it
meacy to Kf ravated case i f long .undine.
raica ai,w. m o naa 01 urogiisu gorlly, or eaa
b ant by mail or express, with foil dirao.ioo for aaw,
10 any pact ol th oo tin try direct from th Principal
Othoe, . . ; ' - .. . ti
BTo. 409 BROADWAY, Vsv York.
G. SMITH ft, CO., Sol Proprietors.
H . DeeorlpUve Circulars Bent Pre.
A. J. SeaUILLBR a BON. DHim. ABBWTS.H.
x77 i. 11 11k St., on. Prtoud and Muad, Jeiaaou. 0.
IOAcent Waaied Every where.
BhS8-lylaorltpaaw
PROF. U MILLER'S
HAIR IMVI60RAT0R
An ESiBotlYO. Saib and EoouomioaJ
Compoand, , , , ,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
To IB original color without dyttoe. aad proven tiag
atair irua wraini gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And oaring It, whoa there a tbe to panicle of rlaB
or reouperauve eaorgy 1 saslnliig.
FOR REMO V IN G SCU RF AND DAN DRUF
. Aadauniaowouaaaocuoo of the Boalp.
, FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to It an aneqaled gloa and ortlltonoy, making
.It and may ta IU wxiure, au aaiag tl to en
readily. . , CS3
tbe creel oeieoniy ana mereanng aeauna ror tbaa
equaled prwparatloa, onviBa Ih provrator that one
anal a ooly ecewmry a tt. ly a dwoemtru; pueiu ef 11
.apertor quauuee over any otnr preparauon ui aaa. II
ilea tun lb Bead aad oulp fsva. daadrmg and ethaar
eaiauaoa dlaaatm, oauain tbe hair 10 grow luxuriantly
(i, to it a rmb, aoft, glooay and atoaibwappoanao. aaa
a tao, where Um hair It aoaaaulogandlhiaauig, M will gtv
strength aod vigor to the root aod re. tore tbe growth t
ao part waiea bbv oeooae baia, osawai U.to yield
esah ovrlna ef hair.
I he re are hundreds of bulla and geuttonwa la Few
fork who kave bad their hair raewrwj ay Uu uae o( U11
Inslgoratar, when all other preparation bar faiad. Im
A. oa to ha (inmutiia leltare twneai.iaiila taeurytng
t ttw abov facta, Irom persona of lb highest reJeeeto
oiUty. It will etteotoally prevent th bait from laming
aoUl Ih tott period 01 Uloi and toaw waa th hair
ua already enengod M color, the owe of tbe lnvlyerator
lil with osrtatuty rtor It to H to ia original ho, yiv- '
tag 11 a dark, gloway pieBoa. A a parrusM tor tbe
wllet ud ilatl BeetoraUve It I panic. tarty neea
andd, waving in mrmtaJ ftugvan,- and IB great to
ailtM H gOfda to dnaia lb hair, whiea, whoa Boat
wtlb tb InvlKoranif, eeu to dreesed in any reqalred
(ora to a to srv U pmo, whetbar ptoinyar ia eurB
haao tha rl demand for it by th lad toe a Maaward
I illet article which bom ooghito be whboaM tb prtoo
pttovi It wHhto tb reoh all. txing . MXt
. vOsly Twontj-riTB -Ceati
yarwottl,! had ai al, reapeotabl Dragglsbj and
V. BflLLBl would calf th attention! Parent and
Juardtana to the a, of ki Invigorate, in oawa whera
.he children's ball inclines to b weak. The ea of U
lay Um fonadttloB for olAsa of hair, at M rw
aovwt any ioparltM that any have baoaa oonneeled
etth the calp, th removal f which b asnaary eeeh
tor th health of lb oblld, aad th (alarsoearaBOS of
ItsOalr. , ...
OatmoR. Non rnutnw1thot id fae-rlatl LOtTTB
KILLRR being on the oumr wrppri Uo, L. M.1L
LBa'4 fiAIit IKVIUORAIOR, V. t., blows ia the
tttn,
rvbotoai Depot, SS Dy street, anl asMby aU the
art net pal klerchant and Drusfttit Ihronihoot lb world
LiMreldiaoounlto parobaeere By Oteauaaiily,
I alt dlr w) prBl I th Aawrkaa Pakll ay
LIQUID HAIR DYE,
ehlch, after years f aoleoUhe zpriaMottog, I bave
woaght to p.iweMto, it dya Riaok ov brown Intlaotly
ft ehiHii injury lo th Hair a iUiul warranwd la bawl
irtlol of to kind to itaooe. .
. , PRICE, ONLY W CENTS. ,
Depot, 66 Dey fit, iW XciV
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