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,CQLUMBUS
OHIO; TUESDAY MORNING, N0V12:iiL
IX LOLLAHa PZ2 TTAB.
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1ILT. TEI-WEEIXY AITD WEEKLY
?.' pANYPENNY MILLER,'
( fUfllSJIiaS AND PROP BIXIOBI,
T Office Son. 86, SS and 40, Forth High 8t
,- TIHMS Ihrf AIABLT JTAJVAKOl. "C.T.".
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" By the Carrlar, per week, UU Mntt.
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Weekly-, v.,f .! ."1 , 00
year,
"ierrtis ' AdVorlUlnar fey the Square.
I jew... ISO 001 Oneeqiure3w.ka..4 00
0ns bmonths 18 00 One ' Bweek..S00
On.
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Or.
One
ouionuie la uu on - 1 week... 173
.months 10 00 On. 8 days... 100
B mouths, aw Ok : -'. day. ... 7
I month. 5 00 One " 1 insertion SO
Displayed, advertlMBcats half mar than the above
etcs. .j j , a j ) ri . ; ,. , , w
VAJvrti,wLonte.lieud.ea placed In the column ot
nuiim., uvuuh in ordinary rm. .
All uotioee requires to be published by Inr, leweirts.
Ii ordered on tbe Inside exclusively aftor tbaflratWMk
net can:, raore than th above rates; bat ail such wll
?jWrf9ltrt-WM)03rrtihoatoUrfa.. - .
Bailhesj Cards, not exceeding Inline., per rear, in
lie, t-JJIl tier Una: onulda . .
Nolle- ef meeftngs.chsrl tables oclstles, Are eompanlss
so., half price.
-Mi tremejm aorHemrw'paid for 'in
iw win aw mTiriMiiraji. .v
Mekl, asm price ai the Bally, where UiaadrertlMi
eta the Weekly alone. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
are both aael, then Uie ohorffe lerthe Weeklr will be
aair the ratca of the Dally
,io aotrrvueneoyakea eatcepl for denntte period.,
BUSINESS CARDS. '
, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. -., . ....
UOoe-Aniboe flnlldlni; oppoalte Capitol Sqnare.
r' "'. OOIiUMBDB. OHIO
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
. . ... MARION, OHIO.
- a 11 '
Machine MannfactnriDg Coinpab' j
..i r.iU 'sg&iS''i ; u l
.''!.. -'J6V f1- f TTtT ('.! ' V '. Win.' l
.. , i " . MAMDvicrvKiM or ; ",
STEAM ENGINES ,& BOILERS
r-'ij Onttogt, MUl-lailag, Ktchinery. ,,
; I. , .: r: t .. UlO, ' . .'
St-Alliroeaca. Worls,
o ivr Bieowrnoif. -
COliCDlBCU, oino. '
OaiS.AMBOB. gnp'k ; F. AMBOB, Treaa,
1861. 1861.
1861. 1861. Summer Arrangements,---Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
ess
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Creatllne arlth (he PiriBBCBQII, II.
WATNB CBIOAQO BAIL &0 AD
ftr fittttmrgh, JPhUcuUlpXia omi JtaUimor. Mto
forlbrt Warn and CMeaao.
Connecting at Olereland with IhelAXI IDOBI RAIL-
BOAD ...
for Dunkirk, Baffaio, Albaar. lloe
ten, end Hew leih.
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
EXOErr 6 UNSAY,
Iron Oelamtma, in oonnactlon with Tralnioa the
HITLE MIAim AND COLUJIBII
ANti AbMA IlAIMtQADa.
tlUST TBAIN.
NIGHT EiPRISS. Learee Oolojnbni at 3.40 A, M ;
will kT. peaeeugera at all lUiioui aonth of Gallon,
atop at Delamare, Aihley, Cardington and Qiltad, ano
I all ttattoni north of Oallon, arrtTlng at Olereland
atS:OuA. M., Dunkirk 8:00 P. U. BnOalo i iitf. M.
Albajiy t.tO A. M., Mew York 8:8J A. M., Boaton 9:30
,J.L,.E'lubar, Tl Oreiillne 3:41 t. M , fblladh
. hJaSMO A.M. Chicago Tia Crealllne at T.'OOf.M. .
BiCOM) TRAIN.
N JfORK EXPRaao teavet Oolntnbua at 11:10
a. a. Will atop atLewl. Centra, (for White Bnlpbnr
Bpringi), Delaware, Cardington, Gallon OrattUne, tihel
ty, h.w Lo. don. Wellington auu Orafion, arrlre at
Ol.veiand at 3:33 p. m.j Dunkirk, ii4u p. m.; Bat
talo, 10SS p. m : Albany, h:44 a. m Sew Koik, 1:
p. n.i Buton, 4:40 p.m. Thla Train oonneoliat Bhel
ky for Baudo.ky, and at QJafton for Toledo, arrlTlni at
Toirdo at :40 p. m.'
THIRD TRAIN.
MAIL AND ACCOMMODATION LeaYM Columbni
at 9.00 p. m. Will atop at all atatlona Boutb of
flbelby, and at New London, Wellington, 8 rat ton,
and Berear arriving at Cleveland at C:30 p. m i Dun
kirk, It 00 a. m.i Buffalo, 3:Ja. B.Alban7,9Mlp.m.
MewTork, 730 p. m.; Boatou, 11:45 p m.t PtiUbargb,
rta Orettline, at lLUp. d.j f hiladelphia, 1:00 p.m.,
Ohtafo, via OKitltiit, 0:4J a. m. Ihia Train eonneoti
at errelb for Bandutky and Toledo, arrivkog at Toledo
at&Mp. m. . , ' . '
Patent Sleeping Can aro tun ca all
' Kight Traini to Chicago, Kew
- York and BostonC
Battag Ofxcttd through h Kmo Tort and Bottm
eia Cieoetand; alto, to FkUcuUlpMa and , , ,
,MA!-; Ti ew lorkvia Or-ttHu. 1
KETUB.NING.
Might Kxpreee arriTea atColnnibua at.. .11:13 f. U.
Olnemnati kapreaa arriTea at Oolnmbui at W:M A. M.
AeecauNdattoa Xxpreae arriT.i at Columboa at 7:00
M. v - -
fare as Low aa by any other Rente.
Atk for Tickttitia Crettlineor Clndand.
... B. f LINT, " '
f nperlntendent, Clereland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
" J"1'? . Oolumbue, Obie
Colmnbtu, June 17 1881 . .
to
,T - JnsBeelTer.l t c. j r
1AA Hr. 'OH GUEIN and UXACK
1VU Tt AS 100 bag. prime Rio Cone..
ISO pookou old Dutch Government Java Cottee.
1 6 bag! Ceylon Coffee.
SOObhla. auvndard WhIU Sngan, eoaiiitlng of Pew.
' dred, Ohruahad, Granulated A and B Coffee, ,
' 50 qalntale George Bank Oodflih. ' "
SObbla. Aleeo and No. 1 Mackerel.
- 8 lee. Ptok Salmon. -
100 ba, Layer Raialne.' t e .v , t ,.c4
I SOU. kendo do" '. 'I-' -J.r .
100n.'box- da ' de ' "
' 100 M Clgare, different brendt end irodeif. vi J
avM7 .. ... - i WM. MoDONALD.
kwM i
c. lilley :;
: jHaak-Book Kwufentttiora.-,.
south jbiqb mxxx, ooiviuvh omo
- aurll-dlf . v.- vv..
, Red," Mite rand. Bine .
lwiim. "
Bltop(medbr- U!i - 4,K'-.m....!Cfie
. BATf 4 80N, ,
Pt,.. So. SB teath High lUeeU
I .. ei . . "
rOBW BOUr SaVlUTa ;r
a f
' - He. 99. SOCIO.. HIQH SIRIST.t
- fere Jait received a tew make'eT HOOP tKtkTS
SkkOwdla a manner hi wperloi o.kne.iei, taUeduoed
DUB ABILITY .AND GRACEFULNE88
mk aa xi aa k '
'!i-
,
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,
1 "WORGliSTJEIl'B
ROYAB QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Tho latest Tha LarjostTlid Beit.
. Aao vneapost jjooaose tna Best, j
iiie meet Keiiabi standard An
. therltr ef the Enfllih Lann;nat:e.
Sla Bundrtt BnUntni Sdtusatori of Ohio,
"Till BEST BNQLIRH DIOTIONABT IITANT'.,
trary Mm Jhtnvhr4i
'Heie ar i upwardi of a Handrea ThoneaaS Vorde,
wbor) maltifartou meaning! and derlratione, together
t jefo the 'J(B"'af.aiiprooBBlaUoo areolearlir
t ... OUidnnaU Ommtrolal.
Mi t th4 VtcUUmt of tic Membtr ofth Ohio BUH
jsacAtr i Auootation.
The anderelgned, member of the Ohio State f oachen'
naaooiauon. adoDtand ain ttnuin ttmhiM wHiinv
end ipeaklnc the orthoiranht and nmnnnnlitlnn of
dtallV rCDOmmaild It iha mnmt nIUI.1. ai.ii4.nl an.
tborttr of the BnglUh language, aa it le now written and
i LoaiM AtMiwi, Preeident Keriyon College.
M. D. Laaarrr, Superintendent Zanerrllle Schooll
Tnoe. W. HaariT, Bap't Maailwn Union Bcheoli. .
M. F. Oownaar, Bup't Publio School., Banduaky. ;
jonnLTi.cn, Bnp't fubllo aohoele, Olrenrellle.
n. N. Sajiraao. Frlaciuml OLnaland Vaaiala Bamlna.
rrar. unrtiri. Rnn'( dkiu uM i w, rnun
Joan OeOXH. Prlnelnal NtL. Normal gnhnol. Minna.
eole. . - . " ' ' 7
y .WVIBOBil, . , . , . . . (
a. , kUana, Bnp'i Canten Union Schoole. k '
Inwn hawAL, Principal KoNeely Normal Bchool.
U T. Tarraa, Prof. Matheaaattea, Ohio UnlTerrity,
Wa. W. Kowaaoa, Bup't Troy Union Bchool. I
A. 0. Bonine. Principal Weat Hlih School. Olera
land.
B. A.N0TO. Aaaodam. Prlru-tnal tllah firhool. OlaM.
land -. , I . i .
Inoaoaa Btbuim, 1 Prtnelpal High School, Oleve
lend.
R. F. BeiMrroR, Principal Olereland Initlrnte.
J. A. Gaaruu, Pre.ld.nt of Eleetlo laitltate, Hi
ram, i
W. L. Hxaau. Pmf. of flhamM nr. Dhto WmIavah
UnlTeraltv.
. H. H. fiAaaar. K-fl.MnntM!nnof Pommon Knhnola.
vuiv
Uhm Moiniote Prof. Bhetorio, Oberlln Collttft.
Taot. Hill, PretJiUot Antlooh Oolleat.
O. W. H. na1itrt.Bf Prrif. 1I.iW.Hm 1TUK
. - " wevaaavaM.a a awe, i ill aaiei i evaea 4a.ia.-e
School, Dayton.
8.- 0. OanllBAnfifl. Prof. T.anomaffA. Tfttrfi flohool.
p. at. Baaaaa, Snp't Union Bohoola, Aehtand. -
Mort than Sim Bumdnd tULtr FmUmiit af ObJIa.
pee, Prowort, Author! and OUUnguk hed Sdwxf
tore, Aav4 mOcrud iKt aAow aerUlmerU. ,
presidents OF COLLEGES in ohio.1
Maaierra Ooucae "It la trait a maanldcent work.
aa honor to the author, the publiiheri,and the whole
-uuniry, rrenaent Anarewi. , , , , ,
010 WauiT.1 Dllfftiiin.MMTt iwlai mf MM.t.
tlOna. It will be ni anlria In Artilnrnha aud nronnn.
elation, and will often be eontu I ted try me for lie neat
ana accurate aennitloni." rreeldent Tnompeoa.
W . K. Idltmn rinun. t.n.Mtr,f ..M ara hM nan
Wabater'e orthography. At a roooDt meetine of our
Faculty, It waa decided to change It to conform to that
of Worooeter 'a Royal Quarto Dictionary." Preeident
whrooia. -.
WOTBI Uan tlniUoa. "T rnt U nrili. o
ap,rvuiuoB.v rreaiowni uncnoooK. -
Uaaaxn OoLuaa "It nora tn.n ataala m Mwl..
uuuv. a reotmmena it aa ina atandarn antnorit in
orthoepp to my children and my pupil.. "Preeident
axNi, " - r - -
AjlTIOca Ooixaaa 'I adsnt asit aim ta Has In tnaoh.
Lng, Wrltiaa and ereaktna. the arthorraohv and nmnnn-
vmuou noroeater e avoyai Uaarto iltoaocarr."
riW10.ni Bill. . ' ' . I . a.
"In all me wrltlna. aneakina'. and taaohln. T hara an,
deaTored to eonform to the ru lea for orthography and
pronunciation aa eoaiatnea m worceater'a Ulouonan."
Horace Mann, late Pre.ld.nt.
Kuitoi CoLLaaa. Oaktemt. 'l moat eordiallr reoom
Bond (tea the moat reliable Itaodard authority of the
oillih laniuan aa It ta now written and anokan." ,
trivaiuen. .naiewa . .
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Btt. abieen Smyth, OtmminUmtr of Common
"The Dtetlonarr le an tmnerlehable monnmant ta tha
learning and induiiryof Ita author, and an honor to the
world of latter.. The mechanical execution la far eupe-
rlor to that of an nthav TataliUMi with. arhlnK T an. an.
Iiiualnted."
awi m iato.
"The moit reUable itandard aathortty of the Un-
guage.-
waat Tin A
IieMtdlng New erpapera of Ohio Bay,
from Iht Clmland Btrald of March S3.
The orthography of th Woroeetn Dictionary le that
nerd by moat, If not alt. author, ol dl.tinotlon In thla
country and Ingland, and conform! to the general uaage
of ordinary writer, and apeakera.
Whatever prejudice, may bare ezlited prerloujly, a
careful itudy of thla eolume will lnnrlably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Id great merit., and a dealre
to add It to the well aeleoted library, be it large or email,
It la a library In ltae.lt, ud will remain an Imperiana
ble record of the learning of itaoompller.
from th OtnctnnaU Oommtretat of April 90.
Here are upward, of a hundred thoueend word a good,
bad and Indifferent whoee multlfarlooe meaninxa and
derivation., together with their correct rpelling and pro
nunciation, ere tat clearly before the eye The work le
unquestionably the greateat Iheaaurua of Engliih Hrordi
ever publiahed. ,
from th Cleveland Plotndtaitr of S$pt. 90, 1600.
Evidently Woactta,a RoTal, Iraaro Diortoeaar il
aol only uU lot, but th a or tcorA of th land rotr -ruad
, and can by do poMibtllty lufler by eomparlaon er
ooutroverey ,
from th TiMU) Blai of Mat
Ai to paoaoxcuTtoM, Woaciwm ii rae STixnaM
followtd by our ba.t author.; In definition! he leave,
nothing to be deilred and In ORniooRarni It le enffloieai
lay that WoRcaaTia can be eafeiy followed.
INOUARI BIIAGG,
Pnhllshera, Beokeellera & Stationers,
KO 101 SUPERIOR ST., CLEYELAKD, OHIO.
maiB
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF -' - '
ZiJo'wo.srlsc, HT. jr.
Dlwldond January 1 186 1 45 Per Cent,
ASSBTS tlJUSrlEfi SO.
Statement January 1. 1801.
Balance, per itatement Jan. let, 1800.....t06,58J S9
Reoelied for Premium, dur
lng the year fcfcO 1708,033 SS
Received for intereit during
the year MOO 914,014 IB
Total receipt, for 1800..t77,0O7 74
Paid 0 lalma by Deeth,9o7,030 00
Paid Pollcie. iiurcn
d.rtd 41,111 90
Paid ealariee, pott
age, Tazee, Ex- " ' "
change, ei 31,020 54 .
Paid Oommiaaioni to
Aaenta 81,325 30
Paid Phyaiolana' feci. &V IS
Paid Annultlea...... 1,417 00
Paid Dividend! dur
lugth.jear ...... 18C5C0 73 H3,001 SS 411,075 14
Net Balance .Tannery lit. I6C1. ......'...'3,819,B38 BO
ABBITB. '
Oaah ed'hand. SJ0,t284 1U ,
Bond, and Mortgagee on Bcal
I.tate, worth double the
amount loaned 9,397,S41 08
Premium Notea. ea Poltciet
in foroe, only drawing 0 per
eent. IntereaU 1,971) M 17
Real B.ta:e.... ............ MB03 97
LoanaonBorip. 8,03144
Premlnma, N ote. and Oaih, In
eeuneof uanamiation.... 43,343 7s
: Total Asetts..
SJ.81I,B3 SO
T,75PolWMlBrrrtoe,lritnruig.......0,42fj,5(j
1,435 eew Policies have been leaned daring the yeeri
After a careful oaleolaUon of the preeent value ef the
outatandlng Pollcie. of the Company, and bavlDg the
MOSMarf amount in reserve therefor, the Directors
have declared a Div inane of 43 per ceut. on the Premi
um, raid at the table rates, to all pollcie. for life In furoa.
leaned prior to January I, lWO, payable aceordbg to the
preeent rale ef the Company.
. Bates for all kinds of Lite Contingencies, Prorpeot
naea, Statements, and Applicatlona, will be furnished
witbost tauaea, at the Omce br Agenoies el the Com.
. . .i BOBTi Ii. PATTIIISON, President.
! . ' 1,. Q.0R0VBR,vio President.
0. MIL LI a, Beeretary.
i -j. .. dl, U. Bi-;eS0We Agent, 1
i t '. .1.,. . i (, 4 JohnsoD Block, '
Marab 38, 1881. Columns, 0.
PI. A I PI AF4 D FIOtRED BLACK
DRIBS Bills, vf every grade The Boat eslpet
aaaarUnent ia the .Ity, aad at saostresaeiiaBle rates, t -W
M )'.1 " BAIN a SON,
epiCI ITe. tl leath HlghsUM '
Scrofula, or King's, Evil,
la a constitutional disenso, n corruption of Jit'
blood, by which Jliii fluid become -vitiutud,
weak, and poor, licing in tho circulation, It
fcrvadcx tho wholo body, and may burnt out
a dieeuw on any part or 1t, ' No orgrlri U free
from its attacki, nor b there pa jilch it may
not dcetroy. Tlia ecrofuloua tainiui yartouely
cauitcd by mercurial disease, low living;, din
ordered or unhealthy food, impuro nir, filth
and filthy lmblte, tlio depreesinjr .vioeik, nn4
above oil, by tho Tcnorenl infection. What
ever bo ita 'origin, it in hereditary in the con
titutlon, descending from parents to children
unto tho third and fourth (feneration " indeed,
it keume to be tho rod of Jlim wlio'snyn, "I
will visit tho in iqnitibs of the fa'Jiore upon
their children." ' ' ' , ,., .'. ,' ' ,
' Its effects commcuco by dcpoiiiion iiom thu
blood of corrupt or ulcorotlS matter, which, in
tho lung, liver, and internal organs, ia termed
tubercle; in the glands, swellings ; ' and on.
tho Burfttce, eruptions or sores. Thie foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous Constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com-.
plaints, but they Lava tur lots power to with .
etiind the attacks of other discuses: conse
quently vast numbers perish by disorders
which, nlihotmh not scrofulous in their naturo,
aro still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Most of tho consumption which do
ctmatcs the hitman family litis its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many
dmtruotive disease of the liver', kidneys, brain,
mid, indeed, of all tho organs, sriso from or
arc aggravated by tho samo cause, i .
Hnn ntliirrof. nf nil nut nonnln nrn anTriFnlrtiia .
Irirlr vti?ranna ata iiivnrliiil nv tlifa liirlrinw In--r
fi ction, and their licaltlt is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the .blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food end exorcise,
Such a medicine -we supply in
AYER'S .
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the tnoat effectual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing end fatal malady. It is coin
bined from the most active remedial that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and tho rescue of tho
system from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for tho cure of
not only Scrofula, but also thoto other affec
tion, wliich arise from it, such as Jliivptivii
end Skin Diseases, Sr. Anthony's Fiiib,
Rose, or Euysipelas, rrurt.es, l'mTVics,
Br.oTcitts, 13 laws nndBoiM.TuMotta, Tbitkii
and Salt Unr.ux. Scald Head, Hinqwoiim,
Ulty.trMA.TinH, SrillLliloandMi:ucL'iiui.l)is
UMV.4, Jliioi'ar, Dyspepsu, Diiiulity, and,
indeed, a! i Complaints arising fiiom Vitia
ted on Ihporb Blood. The popular belief
m " tmpwuif of tit blood u tounuca m truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. Tho
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without wliich sound health is impoiaible lit
contaminated constitutions.
' ACER'S "
Ague Cure,
' ron tub spiidy cubb or
Intermittent Fewer, or Fewer and Ague,
iivmiiient r"T.ri vnui r aver, irnmu
Akiic, l'erioillonl llexlnrhe. or Blllou
Headache, and llUiona Fevers. Indeed
for the whole claea of (linen. ea originate
Ins; In biliary derangement, oauaed by
tho Malaria of Jlllaematle Couutrlca. ..
Wo are enabled here to offer tlin community a
remedy which, while it cure, the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
qunnttty. btich a remedy is invaluable in districts
wliero tneno aillichng disorders prevail. Ihia
"Crr.K" expels tho mintmatic poison of Feveu
an ii Ani'R finm the ayttem, and prevents tho de
velupment of tho disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It ia not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered fr this class
of complaints, hut alt the cheapest.fThe"arge
iiant1tv we supply for a dollar brinirs it within the
resch of every body ; and in bilious diBtricts, where
rEVP.it anu Aot'H prevails, every body should
hair i: siid hoc it freely both for cure and protec
linn. A irrent superiority of this remedy ovorany
other "M divnrrroil f"i the Apredynnd edrlain
cure in' I lit.. nnitti'iita in that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produce no quinism or
other iiihtriovts clients whatever upon the constitu
tion. Tlioae cured by it are left as healthy as if
thi'V had never had the disease.
revcr and A true is not alono the consequence of
tha miasmatic poison. A (treat variety nf disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which aro
,Y'.,''i. lilicviiimitm, Iron', Jlcaaaclie, liUnd-
n-'ji, Joothuclte, r.nrnrh?, tratnrrn. Asthma, l'al-
H,tfiort,r,ttinful Affection of the Unleen, llustn:
ics, I ki ill tin- iinww, i,o'ic, farniysts and ua
runoi n' -nt of t.'m Slumact, all of which, when
origin .' ii ; In thi. cauH, put on the intcrmitlcnt
v,pc, or :.i'i'i .at pel icunul. i Ins " Ltnu t-xpt la
the puiaoa ruim the blood, anu consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection lo
inimtKrniits a: d persons travelling; or temporarily
residin;i in the malarious districts. It" taken orci.
sionailv or daily while exposed to the infection,
Unit will u excreted from the system, ana cannot
fccoumulate in villitioiit quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Jlenco it is even more vulualile for ptotec-
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.... A eo '
IF MOTHER WERE HERE.
,. , , My life la so weary,
So full of esd pain,
'i Bach day brings Its shadows, '
J ItsmUtandlu rata. '
'1 '1 it Tbere e no ray of sunehtno . '
My pathway to sheer;
n 1 Sorrow would vanish . , - .
'i"J If mothsr were here "
r. - , 1 tl .- . i; i.y 1
, Seh hope far me blooraltig '
t . - But bloema to deoay, -
. Each Joy that 1 trvaaure
- ' Boon wither, away. ' ' " ' '
. My drum., full f beauty, ' ' 1
In gloom disappear; . ..!':
But soon all would brighten 1
It aotber were here.
" -" ' . ' ' ' ;
. . 01 lay ay poor head
Ia her dear lap one Sure,
. . And feel bar srft Angers 1
. Biray lovingly o'er
' ' And eaieh her fond whlrpsri'
And glad wetde of oheer; '
But aoou grief would vanish .
. If moi her were here,
- 1 '
Hew tender her tones ware ''
. .How loving and sweet,
, As she told ms of life, 1.1"
And the trials I'd meet.
Yet little I cared then,
But little did fear,
. for ahe was beside me,
My aether tra here.
How Sowers bloom above her,
And winds In tho graas.
Breathe low, ooleaa dirges,
As gently they paest
- And I'm lefttomuorniier, -With
many a war; ' 1
W earth w.re far brighter
. If mjih.r wee here.
Bat 0! when this lif.'s
Jt'Stlsu moments are ptsteS,
And I go to abide
With the angels at last;
Among the rice juys
Which In Hcavoo I'll share,
Is mother, sweet m ith.r,
Who waiteth me th.rel
The Legion of Honor.
"Are you willine; be should got"
"Ana wny boiT ' answered the jourig wife,
BumuBiasnoaiiy. -i snonia Ucsplse myself,
Adele, if 1 were not wllliog to give my husband
to-my country. France needs all her eons io
this extremity. I thsnk God I huve Henri to
ofi'er oo her altsr."
Her sieier sbrngged her shoulders. "Yon al
ways were romantic, my dear." she ssld. "For
my part, if 1 bad a handsome husband, a splen
did eetate io Normandy, a hotel in Paris, dia
monds, cashmeres, tquipsee, servants, as you
have, I should not be willing to risk them so
lightly. Suppose Henri Is killed. You will be
a widow, and for a time at lent, can enjoy none
of these things "
Obi Adele, bow can you talk eo? Has not
the good father Licoire been telling us ever
sine we were oDiureo, loai toe curse or mod
ern times was Its materiatlstio view of life?
That to eat, drlok and be merry. remed to ba
the whole purpose of existence? That lazary
naa corf odea oatlonal virtue f That the days of
nuroiBm nu paneaf now ortAQ cat mv bears
aweueu sgaiusi tuese impatations, ror 1 will
not believe human nature has Bunk bo lowl No,
I bare often told him the diviner ptrts of our
raoe have not all died out. We are still caps
ble, we women, ot making eaorifloe for our
countryi and our husbands, fathers, brothers,
sone, are still oapable of dying for it I eomd,
myseir, u tne occasion eaiiea lor it, be, I hope,
a second Joan ot Aro. I never loved Henri
half so much as when be eame home the other
day and told me that, In this otlsts of Franoe'a
late, he bad determined to offer his .word. and.
If necessary bia life. We oan die but once.
What more glorious than to die in a holy
oaueel" And the young wife looked sublime
as she Ipoke it.
Natalie bsd been married but a year or two.
Her beauty, accomplishments and amiability
had won for ber at eighteen the heart of the
youog Count de Taokervllle, the greatest match
of the season, PiSolonaiely attaobed to each
other, they spent the hours oontiouilly togeth
er; tbey read, they rode, tbey did everything in
company. The lite they led was more like an
Idyl iohii like a life in modern society and In
Paris. In the midst of mis areata oi bites came
the news of the retreat from Mosoow. AH Eu
rope rose against Franoe. ; The Emperor, beat
en back Irom Dresdea 10 Leipeio, and from
Lelpsic to the Rhine, was making a last des
perate effort to retrieve the fortunes of the na
tion. It was in this extremity that the young
Count stepped forward. His father had teen a
o 'na.iiutiooal royaiist la the last days of Louis
XVl.i-acdlhe family had never emigrated; It
had never on the other hand, attached itself io
the fortunes of Napoleoa. So loog as the
great Emperor pursued bit career of conquest,
so loog the Tankerists held aloof from him.
Hut no, when toe question was not Napoleon,
but the nation, the young Count fell that the
time had come hin bis country demanded hie
services, in new of the dismemberment of
Fraoce, what were lands, houses, life Itself.
"Save the nationl" waa the ory that rose to
every patriotio lip. Womeu brongbt their jew
els, men brought their lives. Foremost among
these were Henri and his wife. - - - '
"well," said Adele, who waa one of those
cold selfish natures tbat could cot understand
bow anybody could do anything noble or heroio,
"I thliik you aod your hunb.ud are mad. But
go your own ways."
"1 wisn you were maa in the same way.
We are mad as Leonldaa was mad, as Teh was
mad,asBcuoe was mid, as every other hero
was mad who has died foe liberty. It la not
now a question of the Emperor. . It Is a ems
tlon of the country. It ia not whether Napo
leon shall rsign, but whether Franoe shall be
dismembered. It is whether that fcUg of the
nation, tbat glorious tri-color whiob waved
at Marengo and Austerlits shall be trailed in
the dust or shall still bring teara to the eyes of
Freoohmen, in ioreign lands, floating from the
mastheads."
We will not dwell on the psrtiog of husband
and wife. Natalia bore up heroically. Not
even Lady Russell, when leaving ber lord on
the sad morning of bis exeoutlon, controlled
herself more nobly, than did Natalie now
But when the door had olosed on Henri, when
she bestd the clatter of bis horse's feet down
the street, then she flung berself on 'ber bed.
aad wept as if ber heart were breaking. -
' It was an evenUul winter. A battle was,
fought almost daily. Like a Hon in the toils,
Napoleon turned first on one and, Ihsn another
ol bis foes, and always .unexpectedly. In the
brighteet days ot Bia loteiieol he bad never
been eo terrible aa now. Henri was foremost
in all these terrible battles. Oaoe be saved tbe
Emperor's life. ' The cross of tbe lesion of
honor soon decked bis breast. He received tbe
decoration Irom Napoleon's own band, on tbe
very day he beard Natalie had presented him
with a son. ua tne genius oi tne fcmperor
and tbe valor of his troops were of no avail.
Treachery wae at work at Paris while Napoleon
was absent in Champagne. Tbe oapltal was
surrounded. The Emperor waa forced to abdi
cate. -..- ' .
Every one knows what followed. Tbe Boor
bons oame back, forgetting nothing, aa was said,
and lorgtvtog tiotning.
"Ah, my bleeding country,' Henri would cry
to bis youog wife. At another time it was "Oh,
for one hour by the old Eajperor."
ai last toe nation oouia oeer it no longer
Napoleon landed; the army rose In his favor;
the. king fled; a constitution was proolalsesd
Qube mote the young, scout buckled on bis
aword.
Again I sty, go," was the wife's heroio
parting, ?and again and again. I will stay at
borne ana pray, i wins sometimes ii is naracr
for women than Tor men. Yon bare the excite
ment of tbe campaign; but we only watt aod
wait from one day to soother, we eon only pray
aod pray through the sleepless bom ot Abe
nlffht. . Do not suppose I say thla. to keep ion
baok. . Go, may God crown you with victory,
or is reo -
.in ...n0t .vId. hei' b.'hnl interrepting, I
will etay ,m tbe battle field." r
-ifi! " WM ' Prediction. A few days later,
w.a..iV . V ,nt eDB 01 lhe terrible
.nj . ' ,, P ,D,,r rB" "d to tbe do-
r. a i. oown nHl Mln"' replied, "Tbe
Tankl. m "", ' ourrenders," Henri de
JiT.'11"' flb'lD brarcet, and
wurm t miur -11 . i
j - Buiia; uauer a
-.Did bis Wife r(?r What ana V.,,l.-t. ur.
'nl?b" crle!,,,a o the cruel reproaches
times over." she added, with flaeblng ees, "of
hnnToP - 7 ?0 ma? nM Prance lo her
.rd B. . t,,e?:0I10l, wou!1 either a eow
era Of a traitor." , v T
Nprdid. she ever think ntia.i.a r. .r.
Wuu "V"1"1 -'" eolleiteJ 'ber hand;
Henri. Her chief nonr,i.iu t ...
nhIM u I . -..m naa HI Mil o
ohild, and BttowlBff fata the orose of the legion
SLt0T,Wbi0A'li!.flb" h"1 " In battle,
point afterward to the portrait which bung over'
bead, and bid kirn emulate tbe heroism and pa
triotism of tbe departed.
"It is a prouder inheriUnce to you, darling,"
she would say, kissing him pateiouately, "tbun
if be had left yon a throne. Think how your
near, win glow in years to oome, when you see
men pointing te you aad saying; -His father,
too, was one of the grand army . .
Army Officers.
. .
j ue joJtuu Jtturnat a. rhs in,,...,, -c
the regular army and its officers. ha hen
great sLnoe tbe rebellion bmka om. ,Tnu. ...
now fout. mr-UeatwaUguoit, . MoClellanM
aaU,Ea auu f femoot, aa increase of tbrre Irom
'd 'eiin. 0ere are seven Brigadiers
Wool (brevet M.jjr) H.iney, Sumotr, Mans
field, Audereon and Koeecrans, an iourease ol
far, Gen Twigge having been etHekeo from tbe
roll. The Acjutant-General's department bae
been Increaseo by making its bead (Thomas) a
Brigadier-General, and adding six officers
All tbe other departments of the regular army,
have bd a considerable ioerease of officers,
without, In general, changing their ratk.
Tho volunteer a-my to serve for "three years
or tbe war," is deelgned to consist of five hun
dred thousand men. A few of tbe St i tee have
made up tbeir quotas, and all are doing wall
for this army, there are four M-jor General
Butler, Dix, Banks and Huoir. It is also
said that Sherman (W. T.), to Kentucky, has
been raised to a Msjw Geueralabip, aod it Is
probably true. There aie above eighty Brigadier-Generals
lo tbe volauteer army, aod appotut
ments are constantly being made. About thirty
Colonels are aotiog aa Brigadiera, having re
oeived the title by brevet. Tbe following is lbs
lateat publiahed list of Brlgadler-fjeceraU:
Abcrorombie, J. J.
Benhum, Heory W,
M or eft, George
ivegiey, J J. .
Neleou, Wm.
Oakes, James
Paine, E A.
Peck. Jobn J.
Pbelpe, J. W.
Pjpe, Jobn '
Pjiter, Andrew
Porter. Fits John
oteeter, Jbouie
Biooks, Wo, T, H.
Biiell, OonC. '
Burnett, Ward B.
Burnelde, AmbruSe E.
Butterfield, David
Casey, Silas
Cooper, James
Couch, Darius N.
Cox, Jus. D.
Crittenden, T. L.
Curtis, Lewis R.
Davis, Jeff. C.
Denver, J. W.
Duryea, Abram
Ftaoklin, W. B.
Gorman, Willis A.
Grant, Ulysses S.
Hamilton, C. 8.
'Uncock, W. S.
Hatch, John P.
Heintzleman.S. P.
Haor, Jiaeph
Howard, O. O,
Uulburt, 8. A.
Jameson, Ctus. D.
Johnson, Rioh. W.
Kearnev, Phil.
Kelly, Ben. F.
Keyee, Erasmus D.
Kiui;, Rufus
Lander, Fred W.
Lxkwood, fj. H.
Martindale, John H
McCall, Geo. A.
McCotik, A. AlcD
McClernard, Joou A.
MoKiustrv. Justna
Premise, B. M.
Keyuolde, John F.' '
Reynolds, Joseph J.
Richardson, Israel B.
Roaseau, Lovell H .
Schetek, Robert C.
Sedgwick, Jobn
Sides, Daniel E,
Sigel, Fracs
Sherman, Wm. T.
8herman, Thomas W
Smith, Chas. F.
Smith, Wm. F.
Blooum, H. W.
Bprague, Wm.
Stahl, Julius
Stevens, Isaac I.
Stjne, Coas H.
trong, Wm. K.
Stiirgis, Samuel D.
Stooemaa, Oeurge
Sykes, George
1 homes, Usorge H
Thurston, Cbas. M.
Todd, JohuB S,
Viele, EBbert L.
Wadswonb, Jitaes S.
Wallace, Lewis
Ward, Wm. T.
Williimi, A. 8.
Wood, Thoe J.
Wright, George
Mltcbel, O. AI.
rasctgomery, W. R.
A Sister's Affection.
When the army of the Potbmao made ita d
vanoc, a lew dsys since, a member of tbe 3lst
mew xork Kegiment, picked up, in a place just
vacated by the rebels, a copy ol the Riobmood
PwiMI.M nf Ik. .. ! . , . r ...
auii....c. ui mi: provi ma wee, irom wnion we
dip the following touching iceident;
'One of those affecting incidents occurred at
the departure of tbe Yankee prisoners for New
Orleans, tbat whether concerning friends or foes,
must move the stoniest heart. A youog lady,
ui iiunueru uirtu, wno nas neen sometime a
resident of this 8 Late, and, having a lucrative
occupation, preferred to remain here after the
war broke out, discovered, by some means, that
cer orotoer was amoog tne prisoners in tbe city.
8be bad made several lutffectu.il applications
aod attempts to see him. Owins tO tha nSMi.
slty of military law in suoh a case, ber mast ur
gent request baa been refused. For eome weeks
tne poor gin naa been too unwell to leave her
home, but wn recovering, and sitting at her
window, Just as tbe prisoners passed by, on their
way to toe uepot
"An Impression seised her that ber brother
was among tbea, though a separation of sever
al years and the difference ol dress and circum
stances rendered recognition difficult. A mis
giving, however one of those impulses of the
heart that are not to be st fled jaused ber to
start to' her feet, and hastily throwing on her
shawl aod bonnet, she summoned a friend and
burried to tbe depot. There tbe guard was eo
watch! ul and tbe line so strict, that she was
unable to approaoh within ten yards; but with
straining eyes and anxious love, did tbe poor
girl endeavor to scrutluitd each probable form,
until a mutual gage met bers, sod revealed the
Objeot of ber eearoh. Her brother recognised
her, Darting forward, but repulsed by the
guard, eaoh preoloua moment threatening to
sever them, perhaps forever, who can judge of
the agony of the poor stricken sister! Some ol
the bystanders, becoming interested in tha scene.
used their Influence to permit a eaesaag- to be
conveyed to the prisoner. . 'Ob! Is tbere airy,
thing lean do for him!' she (xeklmed. But
the wants of the prisoner wars lew Wuh in.a
ol liberty, what else could avail blmT 'Take
him thia,' said she, 'it is all I have lu tie
world.' And she handed him a small. vn
email packet. So they passed to the pr.eoner a
lew Qillitr bills, with eome small change, not
knowing whether tbe poor boy would ever fiud
need for it, or an opportunity of spending it .
"Soon tbe cars were ready. Open oars, with
teat) . arranged upon them, and a boarding roood
the edge lor seourity. He took bis seat with
the reai, In full view ol bis sobbing sinter, aod
tbe oars began to slowly move. With an irre
sistible Impulse she datted forward. Svmpatay
governed stronger than law the crowd who weie
watching the departure; an opening was made
through the guard, and she reached ble band
Ooe grasp, so firm, so tight, was fastened unon
tho band tbat she was drawn along tbe track, as
the quickening motion of the engine was uear.
lng ber long absent brother yet further from her
preeenee, and not until ber arm was nigh strain
ed from ber bndy, and "be poor prisoner ea he
ivaueu uiuiaeir, sowara ner was In danger of
being dragged irom the car, could that loog
loving grasp be loosened." . , - (
ITEK blu8H SrHIPKO !.! M
V an a uvt .a j i ..- ... .- .
Ha, hi new unaig-na II ,J igf t aioe 1 uu.
1S"0 yards Super Plata Blaek Bilk at SI 00-VeJu
81 SSaya.d. .
Irenoh Merinos, noeal Talus 8714 e's a yard. ' -
7 cant vara I wu a y rd .
. : t , . , BAIN A (ON, ?
oot'S Wo-ST South High Street.,
MINK MTJPIB. TIOTORINIB sndCDrPB we are
new selling al very low prises, al all other kinds
Sashlonabts far..
pitb bans.
dcl.
K.S8 Seath High as.
. Invarlablj'.ia Idpanof;
joisrerts
flABDWABESTOIlIJ
.iii siIj io
'f .V.U"
( ' '. .'JUST RECEIVED BY"! V,b,s
-,. I ftynh
No. 30 .forth High1 Oireet,
One ol the Largest ana Best tVeetel' Ateeri''0''
.; i " ; w : :.. -i ;"t.ii j cwY.
f 1; .' :.,. lo i'j-i.jjfc'l rtl
" .. i e- . . :; .",f.,.at.;t 7o:wj
Ho8?e J BuiWers'; ; tokMns
OP KViiRP BTTL1 AND tJOALITlj'; Is
- 't
t'rencn Ac American .
I ........... ... . .... attP ,1 -f.fi.
Window 41 Grltuom
. - - ' ' . i I j 8
1'AiNla ouotjaiD i:4 oyi, u()J
and pet up In half pound cans. for. family U4,andeiy
; PatntelBbBlk. i .' ,"Bi: i :
tif UBhes of every Variety & Quality.
. A: Splendid Aseoctssent of ' "
MACHINISTS -TOOLS.
J A K 1(1 AGE MATERIADS. -lr; :
AXES GRINDSTONES, Vo. -'
guns, pistols, sirop1
i'J
.0
FISHING TACKLE.' it
.; ROPE CORDAGE;
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER, ,
BELTINGr. ; ; ,
-V EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS, .y f, ,v-.,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, Jkc, : : .'.o '!;!!.-: V-
SCALES, BELLS', CHAIN b
Arable and Pocket Cutlery.
i srpeelilly invite the attention of all Interested to my
ruiok ot Poosot and Table Cutlery, ead ' ' - -
siiveii PLATED roKsts, '
Table, Desert, and Tea. Spoont,
Butter Knives, '&'ol9Z
Jl .OaEttltu a BBO'S. AlaDufaoture, warranted tat be
fjtra heavy, Blectro-Plated.on genuine Albatta. .,
tioautry Mt rchants, Mechanic, and others, are Invited
.oeall and examine my Stock, as I am prepared to
holeaaleandketaU. ' W.TI. A. Gil I, " '
SolantbGa, Ohio, May B, 1800. . . '" i ti
PROF. t. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR
An ESbctive, Safa and EoonotoioeJ
Compoand, . 4
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR
. .i . . ii 1
To Ita original oolor without dyeing, and prevetitln ,
Balr from taming gray. .
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS, , ,
Atd ouring It, when there Is the least particle of vttit
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUK
And ail cutaneous affections of the Scalp. -
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR. '
Imparting to It an aneqaled gloss and brill tansy, making
It eoft and silky In its texture, and eausina it to ear
readUy.
'i'be great celebrity and Increasing demand for this rib
equaled preparation, oonvlnoes the proprietor that ooe
trial ia only nruessary to aati.fy a disoerning public of Ita
superior qualities over any other preparation in as, i,
oicansos the hoad and scalp from dandruff aod ether
cutaneous diseases, causing the hair to grow luxuriantly
fuln it a rich, eoft, gloeay and flexible appearance, an
also, where tne hair ia looeeningand thinning, it will riv
atreogth and vigor to tbe root, and re. lor. Lhe growth to
bose parts which have become bald, causing it to yield
resh ooverlng of hair.
Tbere are hundreds of ladles and gentlemen in 'New
If otk who have bad their hair reatored by tbe use of this
Invlgorator, when all other preparations has tailed. L.
Si. lias in bis possession letters Innumerable testiiyta
to tne above facts, from persons of tne highest redswta
billty . It will e&ectualiy prevent the hair from to ruing
until the lateat period ol lite; and in case where the hair
has already changed it. oolor, the use of the Invigorato,
will with oertamty reitore it to it to its on'uai hues Hiv
ing it a dark, glossy appearance. A. a perfum lor the
toilet and a llatr Beatoratlve It Is particularly recou "
mended, having an agroeatile fragrance; and ta great a '
ailitles it affords in dressing the hair, whioh, when motet
with the Invlaorator, oan be dressed la aay reqojred
form so as topreaerve lis plaoe,wtteUiarpUanor in curls
henoe tbe great demand fork by the ladies aa a ataodjud
toilet article which none ougnt to be without! the price
places It within the reach et all, being r , JK ,
Only Xwenty-FiTt) 3ont
pel buttle, to be had al u taepeetable Dragglsi and
i'ertamerr,..; . ,..,:
L. MILLKA would call the aUentioaof Paseaej aod
Ouardiana to the use of his Invigoraur, ta cases whetex
the children's balr Inclines to be weak. The ase of it
ays the foundation tor a good head of hatr, as It re
morns any impurities that may have Iwouaee eoMeeted '
with tne soalp, lbs removal ut wnich . la nriiassij k
for the hialth of the child, aad the future appaaraoe ef
ilsUair. - - ' ..."
O.OTtoB None genuine wlt'uc it the fae-riau fcOUU .
MllililiH being on tne outer wirier; also. L. Mrr..
LKtt'e UAltt IJiVluOriAiLiH, ... i'., blown :la the
glass. '
Wuolenle Depot, 58 Dy rtt, tzi soli by ell tha
principal tkerohaais and DruxsUa. iian)ibnt the world
iaioorai wawHui. w parauiuier. try mh. quaintly. . . .
I also desire to present to in am len Pabtic mj ' ' -'
xw Airo mPBOVKD - wirrmAjrraTT
LIQUID HAIR DYE, ' ''
hloh, kfiet years ot gcitintlAc exierimeattng, I have "
brought to perfection. It dyea Black or Brown Instantly '
wlthouitnjury to the Rill or Skla; warranted the ee.1
arttole of the kind in exiaumc.
PRICE, ONLY.SU CENTS.
V
Depot, 56
Day - St, .New.. Tork
ocUuuiAwLy. :
SXTaAOBOINASf .- 8AaOAH$-
.' -1 A TXT Jtr. AlS3r:- -"
" no. sa sooth', naa ,irex, ; ..'..-
ABi N O W OF Jf K R I N 4 .
1,000 yards Si er ?Ulu Black Sluts at t)100 Vale's ,
I 80 rr yrd- ' '
8,50ti yards Traisi.Lg Dress and jUantl ; Oeeds , '
18 ! oeut v.1.1 20 eea s per yard. .'.
3,000 yards While Brllllantee at It 1S eeaU .
valu. iiOocnt. terjard. ' ' " ',,
: , . . , . .. ' . -? J. . j
SiOCO yards Tina and Domesrie Glaghams greatly ea
der value..- .l , i.-- i. '''
!-;,-.' ,-Al.SO v. SuiJ Oil Svu
LAROB USD DESfRABLB, tOTS'6jf""
KOZASIBIQTCS. tjAUJOBDttS.r" -"-t"1 -y'J
, caALits, rofftAJU. bilw; '
, ; raousa BAaioEs,'umAs,;'', '' vi
. I - IASas. cALioaiUi', f opukb, :- "l"
; and; aluio'ti. .'.
Nsyw Bind Fevahkrablw Creajaj Aaosatl.
la the most desirable style ant at. very lower prtoMw .
ATI'S: JL&XM'Xti't ,i,,J
Of all aier'al, Bade ta the most stylish' manner efte"1'"
lbs mteal Paris Pashkms ta taost elegant styWn'
7.a. 91V I W ?
xasy SO-i't..,i)t'Mi.'i-.
1 ' i' f '
--BAtrfior,;:,'u4
'.'sr..:
SS Saath lllsh street. '
n i l in i mn-tJ
MALTESE A Til It BAD kVACR MlTTSf
of elegant qaallthM for ldiei also, Mimm' Will,
a great ve' BAIN'S.
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