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an hull price. f , r
4 trantini adterttttmtntt mutt it paid for in
hno tie role will not be Tarie from.
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o advertisement taken except for a detail erlod.
BUSINESS CARDS.
URUToniM rim.
.ituun airrwiM.
HNB & CHITTENDEN,
(Offlee f QUf Jtdf,) ' - C3
NEW YORK.
Bm to
Ion. Jamei Honorlef, N. T. 8upe
Ion. H. B. Pune. Olerel.ml A.
Ion. H. H. Banter, Lanoaiter, O.
l0T9-0a , r i I : '
: P. A. B.' 8DIEIS8, "
attornoy At Xja-w
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Jaos-Ainboi tfnllding, opporfU Capitol Iquare. i
O0LUMBD8..OHI0J ,
Attorney . & Counsellor at Law,
- MARION, OHIO.
M. C.
BOOK
LILLEY
And Blank-Book Hann&atarer.
HOKtH BOOH tTBXXT, 00LVXBV8, OHIO
aurll-dly
1861. 1861.
Summer Arrangements,---Time
Summer Arrangements,---Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS, & CINCIN'I
RAILROAD.
ConnettlDjat Creitllne with th PIIT8BUK0H, FT.
WAIM avOBIOAOO eUILBOAO
for fiUihtrDK, rMladtlpM on4 JBaUimon. a
' A J'brt Foyne and Chicago-
ConneeMnrat OIOTalanS wtik UieT.Airaj innm mn
. ' r
It. . J r'BOAD i r ..
rr Dan kirk. Bat faio Albany. Boa-
ton, und lVew'lorJt. , r"
THREE TRAINS DAILY,
' ""."J IXOEPT SUNDAY, -t "
from Oolumbna, In connection with Tralne on lb
AND XbMlA ItAl&RoADS. ... .,
IIR8T TEAlN. , , . ' .
NIOHT EXPRESS. Learee Colambu at 1.40 A.M !
T. . ? pauengen at all (UUoba natk of OaUon,
!?P A' .De1lwr nley, Oardingtoo ad Oilead, and
t !f J;!?' ". York 8:35 A- M- Doeton :30
w'iJ"? Oreetllne 3:S0 P. H , Phlladel
hl:H) A. at. Chicago Tl Oreatlln at 7:00 F. M.
I . -SBOOND TKA15. : v "J-
NB-T?.RK BXPBB88-LeaTi Oolnmbni at 11:10
. m. .WUlrtop at Lewie Centre, (for Whit alpaar
fprUigi), leUware,Oardingto, Oallon. OrwtUne, Shel
by, Bew London, Wellington and Grafton, arrire at
'"."M.' 3:35 ""kltk. &M . m. Bnl-
lo, 10125 p. m.i Albeny, B:a.m.i KewXeik, 1:5
. Boeton, 4.0 p. m. Thii Train eonaeeUat Bbet-
TotZtoXw' t.attrton "
, " THIRD TBAIN.
MAIL AKD ACCOMMODATION LeiTti Oolnmbn
SlS;2 ' Will nop at all (tatlona South of
Bhalby. and. at ; New London, vFellinrtos, Araflon,
and Berea, arriving tt Oleyeland at 6:30 p. m.i Dnn'
t''v'VJi-i .. .j Altany.J.SO p."!
2,!fJo"5,7'S0 f:?:i lon' p-iH'toargh
?,f"li?'Xt ,I:W FhUadalphU, 1:00 p. m.,
VJ" 0"uiDt' 9M Xhii Train eonneoti
A Wieibyfor ganduekyand Toledo, arriving at Toledo
Patent Sleeping Cars are run on all
Night Trains to Chicago, New 1
i York and Boston.
: Banag OiKitd Through to Fme Tori amd Sotton
Ma Omlandj alio, to PhUacUljAiaand ,
' Ja Xorkta OruUim. .
I r- i RETURNING.-- '
NlghtIzprenarrlTeatOolnmiMt.'..ll:lSP. M.
i CJnelnnati kzprete arrlree at Oolnmbni mt 1U:M) A . If.
j . AceemmedaUoi) Hireai arrive, at Oolumbna at 7:50
fare aa Low aa by anyotber Bonte.
Atk far TicktU via Ctuilint or Ondnd.
A " i .. '.I" .) - iii. j; j-
1 '. 8. FLINT.
Sapcrlntendent, OlereUnd, Ohio.
JAMM PATTERBON. Arent.
'Aft
. .. v ... , Colomtoae, Ohio.
Columbua, June 17, 1M1. -
KA.0LE, BRASS W.0RKS,
; - SprltofT Watax Ste.
Ohio.
! W. B.r POTTS . & CO.,
. ..laiozaxDkTXorrci. T
And infactnrari of Bras and Oompostttoa Cutlers
..,. xmuuea urue mora ot alf vesonpuant,
Electro Plating 'iind GUiiiligl
, y I tr.ClL CUTTireQ, 6C.
I febltlty vru i
. i'....
VMiII. RESTIEAUX,
. (BUOOlSBOaiO-HcKM a KI8TIXAUX) -
No:r06Bra"( THglPStTeeti,
. . . I,..
c n o c e ft, i Mi n b Doc e
provisio N8, ,v:r
..V?
- Foreign and DomesticJfiilts;':
FLOUR, SALT. LlttD ORS, ETC
. ' c"''f - y r' t-."n- 1
'" if" , ' !-:.rauY-r.-T fita f;rr ...m..-,
-srniK kcttbi YlcTtjuxfJPs sEdcryrs wa av
AU
telling at TWr.lof nrtOf. Ml Cthrr klad
faaMenaM
,. A t!i.B
we, pvuwiuiKa s.
flrti4
V
i
WOROESTEB'S
ROYAXQUARTOBIOJTAfey
The" tatest-Khj iMgesV-The BeC
. ThJHeapest Becsjue the-Best.
Too Irtoal Belianja'Jitaaiftafd A
i. thority of the EUf likaAtUaKe.
'j ' trary Mm lforywtrt.
"He l are nnwarda of'a Hundred Thdnaand Vorda.
whose mnltlfexloaa meulnre and derlTaUons. torather
with theli orrat ipelllng, and prosunelatlot are clearly
set before the ,.. . j,r. li'i'
OituknnaU Qmmmrttat.
in ',11 Ki i I i;i .! , 4 . 'yi . ..'!
Mf thtVtUUm of the Mmbtrt of th OMo mat
1ucKot jMociation.
The uderrlgried, members of th Ohio State Teachers'
Aaeootatlon, adost and alas- to as la tsaehlac. writinc
and speaking, th orthocraphy and crmunoiation of
noimwriaoraiwaano inotionary, saq we sson ovr
dlally reeommend II th most reliable standard
thority of th Bnglteh language, a H Is new written sad
spokes.
tokiw Amman, President Keoyon Odllega.
M. D. Lbmstt, Superintendent EanMTlll Sohools.
Taos. W. UaBTTr, Sap't Hasslloa Union Beheels,-.-
at. r. Oowdbkt, Snp't Publio Behools, Bandusky.' J
loan Ltsob, Bup't Pnbllo Bohools, OlrotoTlll.
S. K. SiJiyojLB. P rind Ml 0 1st land lenakt Brfna-
wm . Hrrcwau, Sap't Pablle Bchoels, aft. Union. ..
Johi OflDBM. Prlndil Rule H oraul Bchoal. Mlnn
aota. ,.k j..., r v -
Onioi Nasom, Principal fourth Intermediate School,
vinoianau.
H. S. Martii, 8apl Canton Union Schools.
Sown Kbsal, Principal MeMly Normal School.
U T. Taiwaji, Prof. Vathematfca, Ohio Dnlrerslty.
tth. tt t DWAaae, enp l inj uinuw hwvu - .
A. 0. Honun. PrinelDal West Blah Sahool. Omt-
iBnav-L'
S. k. Son tom, Associate Principal High School, 01m
land. iBsoBoaa BTsaum), Principal High Bcbool, uirr
sud.i ' i ' ( I :v i ' 1 'J J. t
. P. Bcsrirroa, Principal 01rland Imtltat. ..,
J. A. GASnixu, President of Eleotlo Instltul, HI
WaV, Hakiis. Prof, of Ohemtstrr. Ohio Wesleyaa
UnlTtrslty.
H. H. BaAMar. Ix-Cmmlarloner of Oomnon Schools,
vino. -.
Jaius Moire on, Prof. Kbetorle, Oberlln Oollef
Taoe. Hill fneloent Antloeh Oollen.
0. W. H. Clthcilwt. Prof. MethemaUea. Hlah
School, Dayton
B. 0. uaoMaAoaw. Prof, Lanraan. Blsh School.
Dayton.
t.U. BAAaam. Supt Union Behools, Ashland.
Mar tXa 31m Bundroi otkor Pr-idmU of Mt
pas, Prof 6 fort. Author and JHtlinguithoa Saueoy
era, nati muitrtta Me aoovt nnum4m. ,,r-
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.'
HannmA Ceuaes "It Is Ira It maratfloant work.
an honor to tb author, th publishers, and thawhol
Dun(ry.--rrsident Aoarews.
Ohio Wsbutaji TJamurrr It xeede my expec ta
il oni. It will be my raids In orthomphy and pronua-
elation, and will often b eonsnltedbysMforUa neat
and aoonrato definitions. "President Zhompeatu
W. B. jUi)rwOaLLaau "Heretofore we haTased
Webster's orthography. At a recent meeting of oar
faculty, It was decided to change It to conform to that
of Worcester' Boyal Qaarte DlcUoaary." President
Oaraald. r.).. c n. ." V .... i
Warrni Kasara Ooixaoi. "I And It worthy of
oordlal app rebaUon . ' Pres tdent Bltcboook.
Onmua Oolim. "It more than meets my expect'
lions. I recommend It as th standard authority In
orthoepy to say children and my pupil. "President
Morgan.
Aanoea flouBea. I adootand aim to as la teech
log, writlngand speaking, the orthography and pronnn.
ouuion ot noroeswra Jtoyai iuar vwunarj
Preetdenl Bill. - i ii-rrr-r- ,,
5n all aur srrltlnr. speaklnr.aBd teaching, I hare n
dasrorad to eonfora to tharule for orthography and
pronunciation as oeotelned In WoroesUr t inoUonaiy .,"
nonce aaon, tat rreiiaom
Kairroa Odubm. SAHim. most cordially reoota
Bond it a the moat reliable standard authority of th
Bngliah language a it if now written and spoken."
PretldenlAcdiews. .. f."
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From. Bt. AntonBmflX, OmnUHontr of Oomnon
School to Ohio.
"Th Dlotlonary I aa Imperishable monument to th
learning and Industry of Its author, and aa honor to th
world of letters. Th mechanical aeration Is far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which A am ac
quainted." ) ! '. '' . . i
from Bon. B. B. Barmy, Ma-OommOtlantr ,oJ
oohooU to CAto
The most rellabl standard authority of the ton
guage.1' '.
, : vi erVAT TBB . .
Xjeadina; JSTewBpepra of OMo Bay
iron th Cltotlond BtroU Borth 38
The orthomphy of the Worcester Dictionary la that
nsed by most. If not all. authors ol distinction in this
country and England, and conforms to the general usage
of ordinary writers and speakers.
vh.i., nnHndiM. mm faET. axuted BrcTlonsly, a
oaraful study of this volant will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to aoa it u we
w.U ealaeted library, be it lane or email.
Itteillbrar in Itself, and will ramatn an Inrperlsbar
bl record of tbe learning or its compiler.
tromtk Cisimij Oommtrtial qf AprU Sft.
flare an nnwafds of a hundred thousand words cood.
bed end indifferent who mnltlfarioo meanings and
derivations, together with their correct speiang and pr
nnnni.tion. ere eet elaarlv before th ere. The work
unoneetionably th greatest ineseurus oi ngiun eon
cvar pabiishM. ., ' v .: .
Iron th Cltvtlarul HaiiuUaltr of Sept. 80, 1860.
Irldentlv WoiuaBrraa' Botaa Qcaato DtonoiuJtT i
not only tin iMt, but Me anrrvwr oftfu kind nor it
sttetf .and oan by no possibility suffsr by oomparUmD or
oontrovaray. .
'Trom th Ibieio BUS of Mxf .
A. in teniraaotATioa. WoaasTam IS TBI StutoaU
fkillowut h enr tmt Mfhofat In definition be leave
nothing to be desired, and In OaTBosaarBY it Is sufflotent
say ha Woacarrut oaa be safely followed. -1 , i
INOIIARI BBAOG, ' ' '
Pnbllahera, Boaluellera it Statlanera,
NO. 191 SCPERIOB ST., OLBVBLAND, OHIO. -
mai9 t;-fi-to- . -r yr-r-.r, . "
THE MUTOAL ' BENEETT ,
LIEE INSURAte COMPANY,
ISToxv-Aarlx., 3NT. J-
Dlrldena Jannary 1 , 1 86 1 , 4 5 Por Ceat.
ASSETS"..!..;. l.t'.'. iJSl9JSU so.
Statement Jan nary S 1861s
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1800 93,400,561 39
necetreu tor A-romtame our- - , ,.
ing th year 10 1783,053 5S'
Received for Interest during
tbe year lw.. n,oi m ,
Total recelcls for 1M0...'.S977,0o7 74
Paid Calms by Death,267,050 00
Paid Policies surren
dered 41,111 99
Paid Salaries, Poet- ---r . - . ( .. , h.
nTtTMi JstK
ge.ete 31,620 54
Paid Commissions to ......
Agent ... 51,325 30 'i ' J Z ' '
Paid Physioians' fees.- 5,008 75 -Paid
Annuities. 1,517 00
P. lit nivManria llMM. ': .: ' . .-
. log th year ...... 196,5(10 75 505,091 OS ' 411,970
Net Balaao January let. 1801.
Vtr V.A8S1TS.'
.13,819,559
Cash on band.
. .,6984 19
Bond and Mortgage on Baal
aetata, worm aoame ue -
amount loaned..... s7A41 S3
fretnltua Notes, on Pelielee
- tn force, ealy drawing 6 per
cent. Interest.. ........ 1,870,804 17
Real IsUl..........".j v 90,a ir7
Loans on Scrip 5,93144
Premiums. Bote and OaahJa ...
coon of transmission.... 45,341 75
': 1 V ("I ,v m W .
Total Asel,....... ....,. S 3,81954
7,BT5 PollciM In fores, tiarlnB-...egaf49Q6g8
i 1,435 nw Policies hav been Usned during th year.
After a careful calculation of the present value of
outstanding Policies of the Company, aad having th
aeatesary amount fat reserve therefor, the Directors
have declared Drvnmra or per oenu ea the rremi
ama nald at the table rates, to all policies for We la Soma.
Iseowl prior to j aoury i, uw, ytwaut ewewrauig u
present rale or tne uompany,
. . ... i. !. .. - . -
ate for all kinds of Life OonUnrenele. Pi
a... Butaments. and Applications, will be ft
fnrnlebed
without cHisaa, at th 0pc or Agencies of the Com'
ttunx u. raiiBivevn, rmaesn.
T -1,. 0. aROVBB,Tloe President.
BBNJ. 0. MTLLBB. Secretary.
ii. K
vncewni pm,
No,
4 Johneoa Block,
r Barahas, 1880.;
.1 .;B
VelsmBaa, U.
TSffAtn AND riOTTBEtt 0I.AOK.
A DBJ8B SILKS, of (very gTade. Tb meet Bcleot
al la the sit. aad at moat icsetnibtc ratee
eatatrasl aW fBLrkaaT-.
arllS .rT.. Ctir.WMt.?!faatiJ je
'
14
50
50
the
.
xVyfir'sSarsaDarilla
eircctUMi erutw that can be made. It U
a. conrntrtel extract of Para Bargeparilla,
eo' coihluntid trtUi other ubtanceg of ti4
prHtt alterative power at to afford an effee
uvv aixhdote tor the aueasea arMrpaula
reputed tff cure. "It la believed that men a
remedy i wanted by those whoguffer from
Btrumoua coraplaints, and that one wrucn wm
accompliah thcic Suri onit prote of tomenge I
servicf w wit ia go vinaa o utu auuvM ... w -
citUeng. How completely tbl compound will
i i- .-: i r .... .a nMfi miirir r
do it baa been nroven by experiment on many
of the. wont cast to be found of the Mowing
complaints : ;
' Bcaopcti' and SoBoruiooe Comvlain'm,
Euuption ANnXiRUPTivB DnrsAgiig, ULCBna,
Pimiaa, Blotchbs, Tumors, Salt Rheum,
RpAT.ti Tf.,n. flrpHtr ie ivn Svpiiilitio Ap-1
PEOTtoNS, MbrcurialDisbase, Dropsy, Neu-
XAXOU OH HO ilOULOURBCX, UEDIL1TT, UVS-
rarota nu uiui.n,
OR 8t ANTHONT 8 FlBB, Slid indeed the Whole
class of complaint arisintr .from Impurity Ot
Tin ttrnnn - ' i '
' ' ' ii
Thl compound will 08 ibund ft great pro-
motor of health, when taken in the spring, to
exiiel
fliA fnnl hnmnm which frster in Uie
blood at that season of the -year.' ' 11 V the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disorders
the airiof this remedy, 8pard
are fiippea in xna duo. siniuraues wn vy
mo tmuumuuoui iuui ciujiuvu. iu uv.uu.
sorei, through wiucn UMaytiem, wm itnve to
rid jtself of corruptions, if not assisted to do
this thronglt tbe natural channel pr tne ooay
br an alterative medicine. Cleanse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impurities
burstmgttepughthesk nmpimp c.,erupt
or fores ; cleanse it wncn yon nna unto.
and tlutirish in the reins t cleanse it
whenever it is foul, and yoiir feeling, will tell
TO
.. ..Inn 1 nn wnmitH Mrhun n, lianrnMP
is felt, people enjoy better health, and live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, and all is well but with this
u YTiio... A..". t..,i..v.. u-.wv-.-. v...
Dabulum of life disordered, there can do no
lasting health. Sooner or later something
must go wrong, and the great machinery of
life is disordered or overthrown. - . ,
Sarsaparilla has. and deserves much, the
reputation of accomplishing these ends. But
the world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
alone has not all the virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
protending to be concentrated extracts of it,
contain but little of the virtue of Sarsaparilla,
or any thing else. '
During late Years the publio have been mis
led by large bottles, pretending to give a quart
bt Extract of SorsaDarilla for one dollar. Most
'of these have been frauds upon the sick, for
they not only contain tittle, it any, barsapa.
rilln. hut often no curative nroncrties whatcv
er. Hence, bitter and paintui disappointment
has followed the use of the various extracts of
im louoweu i..o J"r.; ... . T.Z.
oarsapaniut ir men noou mo imin.ct, mini wm
name itself is lustlv despised, and has become
.. ,;,v, in,rtn.T;nn onrl rhat Rtill
" . ; ,7-Ti
wo C8U this compound oarsapariua, nnu mtenu
to supply sucn a Temeuy as snau rescue uie
name from the load of obloouy which rests
U Anrf wa tliinV wa have OT-niinrl for
believing it ha. virtues, which ere irre.istible
by the ordinary run ot the disease, it is intend-
pil tn cure. In order to secure their complete
eradication from the system, the remedy should
be judiciously taken according to directions on
the bottle. .3 j J .' O "
PREPARED BT
DR. J. C. ATER & CO.
'. '. T nWTTT.T.' MISfl 'J
Prloe, $1 per Bottle Six Bottle for 3
Ayers Cherry Pectoral ;
has won for itself such a renown for the cure of
every variety of Throat and Lung Complaint, that
It 1 entirely unnecessary tor us to recount me
evidence of its virtues, wherever it has been em
nlored. Aa It has Ions been in constant use
throughout this section, we need not do more than
assure th people its cmality is kept tip to the best
it ever has been, al that it may be relied on to
do for their relief all it has ever been round to do.
. Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
' - - -' r fOB THE CURE OP
Cottiveiuu, Jaundice, .Dyspepsia, ' JmVgestion,
Dytmtery, Foul Stomach, Erysipelas, Jleadachc,
Pile. Witvmatism, Eruptions and S'. m Diseases,
Livtr Conwlaiut. DroDsv. Tetter,. . Tumors and
Salt Rhfum. JPermr. Gout, - Neuralgia, ' us a
Dinner PilL and for Purifuinntht Blood.
, They are sugar-coated, so that the most sensi
tive can take thorn pleasantly, and they are the
best aperient in the worm lor an tuo purposes oi a
family physic.
Prise Si eents per Box ;
Tive boxes for $1.03.
GreatntimbersofClertrVinen. Phvsieians, States
men, and eminent personnges, have lent llioir
name to eertifv the unnaralleled usefulness of these
remedies, but our spaco herb will not permit the
insertion or tuem. i ne Agents oeiow namcu iur
nish a-rntlsour AMERICAN Almanac in which they
are given ; wilU also full descriptions of the ulmve
eomplarats, ana the treatment that snoutu oe 101
lnwd for thnir enre. ' ' v
i Do not be put off by unprincipled dealers with
other nrennrntions thev make more profit on:
Demand Aybh's. and take no-others. .. 1 he sick,
r.tut the best aid there is for them, and thev should
have it. ; '" . - 1 1
All our remedies-are for sol by
BOBBETS t SAMUBL, Columbus,
And by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
aovwlT.twaw : ,
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
. NEWARK OHIO, ...
STannfaotnrera at all klnde at Pay
taalo and Stationary 8 team En
ainoa, slaw MlUa, Orlat Mllle,
AC., 4fce. ' i -i I ... lV'."
LABIA BODIXI Btattnl B. ef I. BLABD T Beaten!
. dJ. B. DVT ALL Btatmlll COLVBBDB
'. , UA0BZSB CO. Btattnl I It BRADOBD-
4k 00. Btattnl till ' "T' ""''"
Our Portable Xngin end Saw Kill
Was awarded the first premium of $50 at the IrkUasa
State fair for 1?00 over Lan at Bodley's' oo, aoeowntol
Prloe, Ilghtbeea, elmplioity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed."
Onr Stationary Ingln was awarded at the same
ih fire premium of S900. f : J'- .TO.- '
Oar Portable Bnglne wa awarded the first premium
8100 at the fair at Memphis, leno., ever Blandy's
vall's, Columbus Maehin Go's., and Bradford fcOoV,
by a eosamltte ef praotleal Railroad Bngtoeera.. j ix
for prloe aad term address -....
WILLABD WARNER, Treasurer,
- c-drwlyel. ,. . NswaxJuObJo
: ; ladies' linen Pociet-Handk'tt.
HEnraEDaTITOHEBSINEN II AND
kerchief very wide hem. '
Bmbroldered Llaea Bandkl U price. :-f- l
Bemaed SUtebetiaod plain do, So. ) J- .7;.
:1 - c ' 0 -.'iBalorBlBanlua. . :... . ..
IteBmliif -e v.ii ., .Wsekeordars ' ' '
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yinApPlde ' aewpatiera. ......
MiMei' Fletn aad Bsaaand auinbaa Aa .11 m.
Ooaaprliing the mSt Ss4t SSBortSMBt In the ettv
,vi vi jr.ntit ri7"T waivee.
xni 3 Pa'i ..-.'io sjjf
-.rnvi at.marf'.c.tl
Winter Arrangement.
Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
"TP
MkMilal
atff
RAILROADS.
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0:4j j. lt Dayton at 6 p. m. ; oonnectlag at Oln
strutted with the Obi and atiasisslppl Train for Loolsvtlle, Tin.
I
For (tocinna'ti, BaytoaeV iz&ifo&toA
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ugb to Indlantcolli wlthot Cbange of Can,
MeVlmt 6ne Cbange af Carsbottraei.j
.. ,' .. '"'-. iii j-iJir.-
Throng to IndianaoolU wlthot Change of Cart
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votamDtw ana ot. tjouia
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On and Afier'MoTir.'198
.rjlJt 1831,
t j r ) u A : 1 i.l
Vqw Trains Daily IrOm ColumluS,
v .
j J t, .' FIRST TKAIH. I c i I . f
-rortK btpbers i. n.Ttan. et9. a,., alemlha
. LoDta ys, Dtvten. aliddletown aad BaaKllea,
srrivlng at Omomnaa at 7:40 a. m. i end at Dayton at
5:ua. m.i eonneoungat Ulnetnnauior iiontsvuie, vm-
osnnes, St. Louis, and all point Southwest) arriving
2Bt7louls at ll:30 p. m. Tonnoiiog at Daytaafo
Indlanspolts, Lafayette, Terr Haute, Chicago, and all
re lata West! arriving at tndianaoou at iu:su a.
SECOND TRAIN." t
ACCOMMODATION at 5:90 a. m., stopping at all sta-
XiSiSa
8:38 ti m . gonooctlfig at Cincinnati with Man Line
b teem bom U for l.ouuvllie, and M vaytoa tor inaianap'
oils and the We,t. ,
THIBn TP AIM " '
i niou ikaiw.
EXPRESS at 1:53 p.m., slopping at Jefferson, Loo-
.
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.... T.rr llenta. unioaao and all nolnts west.
FOURTH TRAIN.
MAIL at 4 d. m.. ttopplnr at all stations between
Oolumbna and Oinotnnatl; arriving at Cincinnati at 8:15
p, m.
TTr for further Information and Through Tloksts,
spply to M. L. DOHERTV, TicketAgent, Union Depot,
Columbus
P. W. BTBADBK,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JNO. W. DOHIBTT,
; t Agent, Colombo,
I. W. WOODWARD,
' Superintendent, Cincinnati.
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GUERNSEY'S BALM
nBHOrES AND PREVENT IN'
1 1, flunmatlon and sain, and heals the worst barn.
scald, bruise, cut .or fresh wound ot any kind, prevents
swelling and paia from be stings, mosquito bite, and
poisonous plant, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague In the
, Mit rheum, etc. When taken internally, It will
noeltlvaly enreeroap In children, arfl give Immediate
relief in the worstoaa of this terrible oomplalnt;
remove boareenem and sore throat. Prie,95 ce.tef
8hooU, , m ,jh0Ml. y u b, Dln.
gist and Btorekpra. xaviaiBTuna,
. Sol Proprietor, N .' Sprnoest ,Nw York
' OOttdawiyiS
TZlT
, roand with all dealer, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand, formulas and Trial Bottle sent to Physl
elans, who will Sod development In both worthy thrar
uvtmtanea and annroval.
Correspondence souciwa irom ail wnoae neoeeeuie or
curiosity prompt to a trial of the above rellabl Berne
die. r ' - - . .
for sale by tbe bsubI wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHI, Ii. HCNUEWEIil,, Propriety
CHEMIST AND PHABMACXOTIST,
Ho. 9 Commerelal Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Bobsrt at Samuel, N. B. Harple, It B. Cook, J. H
Denlg, fi. Denis tt Sons, A. J. Bohueller Bon, Agents
lor Columbus, Ohio. , mjl-dly
Baltimore Clothing House.
HESS c3 33XaX73VE
ABorAOTtntsBS abb wwlbsavi dbalsbs nr
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
No. 308 W, Baltiinore-etreet,
(bbtwwsb UBsan am bowarb,)
BAIiTIJSOHEt fla
A Large Assortment ol Piece and nrntsBlnt
Qoeds Constantly on Band '
Oet9Sdly '
COLUMBUS -
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tito
Artificial Help
tba
JOSEPH 8. PEEL2Y, "
PRACTICAL k SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
TTEEPI THE LARGEST ASSORT
IV aitmt of tha most Imoroved kinds of BDeetacle.
All his O leasee, whether for near or far-sighted,
ground la eoaeave convex rorm witn tne grwten oan,
ea aa to salt tha Bra of all case, raring Weakness
Disatneo or Inflammation of th Byes, and Imparting
.trmth far Ion veadlne or flna sawlne.
Otno. 11 cast Btai street, at Beiiser es rfeoeiei
HusleBtore. i...,
aug5-dly
CAHADIAB ft TOTED STATES BAIL
LONDONDERRY,' t. GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
- "f 1 ft,' '; 1 i ' - . .
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Tha Mantreal Oasan Blaamshln Oomnanw'a first-elaa
full-powered Clyde-built Steamere aad wary Sat
n relay from pobxlabd, carrying in Canadian
United States stall and passengers,
NOBWIOIAN. NORTH AMERICAN,
- BOHBMIAN, . . ANOLO-BAXON,
NORTH BRITON, BIBKRNIAN,
CANADIAN, NOV A 800TIAN.
Shortest, Cheapest and Qnlckoet Oan
. j, . . vefano iroui , .
AKZSICA 10 ALL PABI8 OP IUB0PI.
Kata ot Faesse to Enrops,
a v ' 3J30. ae, so.-
Will sail from LIVERPOOL avery WadaeeelaT
and from QUEBH0 every Satarday. calling
LONDON VCHHY, to receive on soaraana land atallsand
Psseeneers. so and from Ireland aad Scotland.
fXyibeee B teamen are built of Iran, In water-tight
compartment, carry each an expnnod Burgeon,
very attention is paia ue eomron ana aooommoesr
tlon ol Dsasenxsri. aa lamj praoeeu ainc to uun in
DBRT, th great risk and delay of sailing at Bt. John's
Is avoided.
fllaacow Mssengers are ru rn lined witn rata patsan
Uckets W ana irom Aionaonacrry.
Relorn Uckets granted at reduced rate.
lMtl(lcatee 'mnet tor eamrtoe to and brlnvtnroat
sengera from ill th principal towns of Oreat Britain
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of steamers,
by th WAHiiiauTUN us oy baiunu pao&btb,
leaving uvcrpoci vry weea. n. , ( , t i
Sight Draft for tt aad wpwarda pay
aoie in atngiaaaiiniastai aeaa
laad ar wals,
for iiiasag, apply at th OfflotrtS BROAD.
WAT, New Xarkg and 19 WATUU S)T.,
lilverpeei,
SABlt HABLX, fiueTal ifsats,
Ot te- J. R. ARMSTRONC,
" aolO-lydAw Post Ofioc, Ooimabaa, Ohio.
: j Co-Partnenhip. - n "
t ii ave tnis DAT ADMITTED
A iViiLSJSJSJSt
.Tta a7L. P. BA: W semth HWh
Oolal,Ibl,i88 - -A..s.feltS
ei a w yA juB not It
Boat Artificial Help to
ev.
t.ii.!vu
tTljc0jiSiflifsinan
DaI1, pryeoril t.... ..... .,!,. fg M
Tri-WMkir, pr...,j., .. .,.,. M,e i og,
-.Weekly, .esaeai , .........
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The Beaufort District of South Carolina
—Interesting Statistics.
Tbe Beaufort district, or eonntv. of finnth
Carolina, sew in tha eooopatioa of onr land and
naval forcw,'lltrally swarm with negroeg.-
Aoooraing at tn census oi ISiO, which Is not
materially varied tn this es by tbe 'sterns of
I860, the population of this district was as sol-
lOWS ', -: W '. '.A J ft . ..
ToUl white pepulatloB...
f.-.H..-..w-..MJ? S.947
yrse eoiorea .
79
Total free population.4. . .'. , ! '. ?r 6,5
lavas ....... ,..v.w 13879
This will five ns an averase In ronnd unnt
berg of Are slaves for every while Inhabitant ef
th district, so that no betier point thin this
district could be selected st Ibis crisis for a trial
of (be temper of (his vital cotton Stale Institu
tion or slavery. -
Tbe agricultural retoroi of tha census from
this district embrace the following very inter
esting statistics, and tbe reader will bear It In
mind that tba whole district or county Is Bat
and swampy, and . made up almost entirely of
sea istanas, separated irost eaco oilier oy very
remarkable network of Inlets, estuaries sod
bayous; ; J. . ,;.
' . stAjjyQRi o.) DUTaicr.
farms. ...... ..... ,
H43
30,!lrl
087 4IS
Acres Improved
acre anlmprevad
Value, Improvements, ete...
Horses, aeees and mules
SS0I,35
o.mo
Neat cattle
, . , 48.338
Sheep..........
Swine
Wheat, baehelt raised
By and oats
1 891
$7,855
1 405
90,013
Indian com
Irish and sweet potatoes
Peaa and beans
Buokwheat .,
Batter and oheese, pounds
Bay, tons , ,
Csn sugar, pounds
Molasses, gallons
Bice, pounds
Cotton, ginned bale of 400 pounds saoh
Wool, pounds ,,
Beeewsx and honey .
Animals slaughtered, valu.
Produce of market gardens ,
Orchard produce....
Win,gailoos
MANUfAOTOaiES ,
4U9071
4H5,909
70.353
95
82.491
17
' 30,000
, 6 31
47,230,08
1,079
84.730
7.975
, $121,317
, 900
",185
300
Capital employed
Hands employed......
Product.....
Produoed in families..
d3,800
75
150 030
10,090
Reduced to an analysis, these are exceedingly
interesting statistics. First, we find this dis
trict of Beaufort divided into eight hundred and
forty-two farms; or, In other words, the whole
district Is divided among eight hundred and
forty-two land-owners, allowing an average of
nearly three thousand acres of improved land,
lorty negroes, and only six nortes, male and
aseea to each farm, all told. Thia will give us
an Idea of the vast amount of labor performed
by tbe negroes with tbe hoe, the spade and
shovel; and then it must be remembered, that
cut np as the district Is with Islands, boats dis
charge to a great extent the duties performed
eisewnere oy nor.es, assee and mules.
in tne matter of pork and bacon, an allow
ance of on hoe to each inhabitant will oerhaos
do. The great oath production, of tbe country
are rioe, cotton (sea Island) and Indian corn.
At tne present prices of sea island cotton in
England tba crop of Beanfort county may be
put down at two miUons fire hundred thousand
dollars, and at six oenta a pound we may set down
us rice oron at tne same heure. and. at a dollar
a bnshel, Its Indian oorn crop at half a million,
making an atrgrregata prodnet from these three
staples oi io.oou.oouu. . r ,
Now, with onr land and naval forces in occu
pation of this district, a splendid market will at
once be opened for all thia vast snrnlus in corn.
uce and ottton of this Beanfort district, noon
tha simple teet ot allegianoe of these Beaufort
planters. If they manifest their loyalty to the
union tney win oe paid lor their . ptoduoe
and suoh prices as tbey bava never been paid
heretofore, and they will be aupplied in exchange
witn many neoetsar artioies oi wnten tney are
sorely in need. Above all, tbey will be proteot-
ed la tna enjoyment or their elave property, aad
their tbirty-two thousand slaves are equal ta
tbe respectable item of elxteen millions of dol
Iara. On tbe other hand, it. these Beaufort
plantere adhere to the rebel cause, they mast be
treated as rebels, and they must run tbe risk of
the confiscation of their beautiful rioe, their
lovely sea island cotton and their desirable In
dian oorn, to say nothing of their thirty-two
thousand fat and lusty slaves, ', '
thus, tbe reader will appreciate tbe Impor
tance of our armed occupation of thia Beaufort
dlstriot, from tbe powerful Uolon arguments
wmcn it win bring to bear upon tne pisotere
tnereor. iney nave irom twenty te thirty mil
lions of movable property at stake, and the In
tegrity, of their institution of slavery. Will
tbey sacrifice tneir cotton, oorn, rioe and negroes
In behalf of the popular cause, of this snioldal
rebellion, or will they return to the Union, and
be protected, enriched, and secured against the
grinding despotism of Jeff. Davis T An inter
esting question, which we hope will be solved In
a general Southern reaouon lor tbe union, be
N. Y. Herald.
N. Y. Herald. Immense Exports from New York---
Food for Europe.
are
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While many countries In Europe are tremb
Hog al tbe prospect Of want, arising from abort
crops, JNew zone is pouring out relief In abond
ance from ner wnarves. ' - :t-
The ubles showing tbe exports from this port
of domestic produce for the month of Ootober
having been oompiled, we are enabled to present
tome interesting facta to the public In times
of peace tbe examination of the statistlos
trade and commerce Is a work ot no particnlar
Interest to any bat those engaged In traffic: but
In times like these, when .everybody is lookintr
with intense anxiety toward Earope, watching
tbe alighteet movement and oatohing wltb
breathless interest every word ottered by Eng-
lisn orrrenon omeiais, tne results or suoh sta
tistlos are worthy of attention from all. The
great question of the cotton supply has given
tbe utmost concern to all the politicians of Ene-
lana; out many or mem nave now awakened
to the fact that food ie more important than
olothing, and that their Interest la to be
terms of amity with the United States, rather
than with the rebellloua State. The neonle
France are even more concerned reepeoUnr tha
supply of grain than their neighbors of Eng
land. The Frenob are a more exoltable neonle.
and the least diaturbanee of the usual order
things, whether it comes In the form ef a bish
er prioe for food or In thai ot a scarcity
work, drives them to a discussion or political
topic, and sometimes to revolution. Notwith
standing the efforts of the Emoeror to famish
employment and n offer every inducement
the importation of grain, want bo been ex
perienced In some quarter ot bis dominions
and toe oia cry or vtreea or oiaoa" again mut
tered. :i.-iiii.'l ? r. . . r
Now let os see how far we are able to re
lieve tbe wants of Europe. During the last
month the exports of grain and other articles
domeetio produce have been very heavy, aa will
be seen from the following statistics: Of wheat
flour we have exported 331,303 barrel, and
wheat itself A,3b0,597 bushels, or an . average
oi over one million bushels per , week throuah-
out tb month. - We Ihare exported one
or all ue Hour received in this city, and three
quarters of all tbe wheat. .Of rye we have
sent away 100,000 bushel more than were
ceived during th month, the exees being
course supplied from that previously arrived!
Ot oorn, l.aai.tbj bushels have been sold
foreign ooontrlee, - ' - ;.-. .
A ootn pari son of tbe quantities of some
the leading articles exported thus far this year
with those exported during tb corresponding
months last year aad tb year before, will
be Instructive. In 18b9, between th 1st
January end tne 1st ot November, tbe total
number f bnahele of grain exported was only
mbee of bnahele of grain exported was only
; 1 278,765, or about one-nftfe l tn Bvmner
t bUshel es cort Alone earpotttd betwsea
I ... "'i' . n., t.'. im'.' ;vj
am dates tn 18C1. . la 1860 this number a..
taortssed to II ,679.182 baihelg, the details of
which are aa iollowe: ... .. . , ,
Wheat, bojbels..... .; ,iit,sne
Own. ..,..,,... 8,340,013
Oa 102.134
Barley ; , g jo
Tetsl, bulbils. .v 14,579, let
This InCreasa era Mvaidai! atlih ,!
balled with lor by onr oeoole. showinsr as It did
BBoB. aa abundant harvest and such a foreign
aemana. Tbey did not then dream that the
very next year even that immense quantity
wenld be nearly trebled. Boob, however, la tbe
;bos, ror tne number or baahele shipped this year
has been 81.103.861. of whinh th fniin-in. . i
detailed statement:
Wheat, bubal
.....SO. 413.031
9,935 474
,... I4M4I9
001937
.,. looe
Oorn..
Oats
By
Barley
" Total, bushels ......31,103 601
The exports of wheat have, therefore, been
more ibau double those of 1860, and over two
hundred times those of 1859. Tho proportion
of oorn ha. been one bnshel In 1859 to fitty
seven In 1861, and one bushel In 1860 to four
in iBbl. '
The above statistlos tell their own tale, and
show the absolute dependence of Europe on
New York
Herald.
Heavy Bank Robbery.
tetter
day morning tbe Wlneted Bank, located at West
Wloated, Connecticut, was burKlarlouslv en
tered and robbed of $58,000, with which the
thieves made cood tbeir esoape. Tbe robbery
was first discovered by tbe cashier, who, upon
opeoicg the bank and entering: tbe vault yester
day morning, lound that tbe money-bags were
non t. The ither officers were speedily sum
monsd, but an hour or mora elapsed before tbe
discovery was made a. to tbe manner in which
the thieves gained access to the vault, which
was built of heavy granite blocks, the top being
covered by an Immense granite slab. Access
having been gained to a lawyer's otfioe directly
over tbe vault, the flooring bad beo taken up
In small and perfect pieces, and the slab broken
in two. By means of a railroad tie, the stone
was pried np until space enough was afforded to
admit one of tbe thieves into the vault. The
money having been abstracted, the stone was
nicely replaced, as alto was the flooring, tbe
pieces being eorewed down, and the boles put
tied up. A sledge hammer, a ratcbet-diill,and
a broken railroad tie were found stowed away
between the floor and tbe top of the vault.
The money consisted of iaO.000 in bill, of
tho Winsted and Hurlbut Bank, and $8,001) In
specie. Beside this, two Treasury notes of f 100
each and two of (50 each were taken- About
$200 in coppers were left by the burglars. A
reward of $1,000 ie offered for tbe arrest and
N. York Tribune.
Nov. 12.
Gov. Curtin and State Fortifications.
Gov. Curtin, of Pennsylvania, has addressed
to the Secretary of State a communication in
reference to tbe recent ciroular of that officer
recommending the fortifying of our sea eoa.t
at tbe expenso of tbe separate State. The
Governor tays he is glad to learn that there Is
no prospect ot a disturbance ot our relations
with loteien powers, but declares himself un
able to see why, sod) being the case, tbe indi
vidual States should be called on to fortify
themselves. He further remarks tbat the Leg
islature of Poi nsylvanla will not meet till more
than - a month alter Congrese assembles, and
that tbe emergency do'e not seem sufficiently
great to authorise bim to call a special session.
lie next eays tbat ne doubts not umgress would
vote to reimburse tbe States for tbeir expenses
Inourred In accordance ""h the circular of the
Secretary, yet be call, i.'.tentiun to tbe delay
whioh baa marked tbe paymoat to Pennsylva
nia of the money she advanced in raisins and
equipping volunteers, and binte that it would be
satisfactory if the Government would be more
prompt in settling claims of ibis character. lie
eusEests, In conclusion, tbat It would teem
proper for the General Government to do
own work directly in regard ta fortifications
but promisee, if this shall not seem desirable,
tbat rennylvania will respond xeaiousiy to the
demand of tbe country.
Government Expenditure.
The Commercial Advtrtiier speaks of the ex
penditures ol the federal Government as rather
under than over one million doilara per day.
We deem this a gross understatement. There
la not a man less than half a million soldiers
(regular, volunteer, and militia) tbie day look
ing to the Federal Treasury for food, clothing,
transportation and pay; and our army baa hiih
eito cost us fully one thousand dollars per man
per annum, or about three dollars per day. We
do not believe tne average la below this at pres
ent, especially If tbe cost of recruiting and fit
ting out regiments Is Included. We believe
tbe outgoes ot tbe Government, Including the
cost of tbe blockade and the great Southern
naval expedition, are lully two million dollars
per day, or at least seven bundred millions
annum. When our armies shall have been 1
recruited, clothed, and equipped, with cannon
and small arms, horses, wagons, munitions,
ew., etc., it may be considerably reduced:
we shall not be spending oo little as one million
dollars per day again till this war Is ooncluded.
N. Y. Tribune.
To Unmarried Ladies.
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Tbe following items of advice to ladies
remaining in a state of single blessedness
extracted from tha maousoript of an old dow.
ir you nave blue eyes, uoguish. ,
If black eyes, affect eplrit.
If yon have pretty feet, wear short petticoats
If yon ar the least doubtful as to tbat point,
wear them long.: - .
If yon bav good teeth, don't forget to laugh
now and men.
If yon hav bad one, yon must only simper
While you are young, sit with your tace to
lleht- ..(-..-.,. .
When yon are a little advanced, sit with your
bick to tbe window.
If yon have a bad voice, uUays speak In
low tone..
If it is acknowledged that you have a
voice, never speak In a high tone.
ir y on dance well, dance seldom.
If you dance ill, never danoe at all.
It yon slog well, make no puerile excuses.
If vou sing indifferently, hesitate not a mo
ment when yon ar asked, for few persons
competent judge ot singing, but every one is sen
sible of the desire to please.
ir in conversation yon think a person wrong
rather hint a difference of opinion than offer
contradiction.
it Is always In your power to make a iriend
smiles; wnat loiiy to make enemies by trowns
w ben yon bave an opportunity to praise, do
witn ail your neart.
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wneu yon are rorced to blame, do rt witn
luctanoe. . ' ,
If yon are envious of another woman, never
show it but by allowing her every good quality
and perfection except those wbicb ebe really
pOVflOtMOtM
. If yon wish to let the world know yon are
love with a particular man, treat htm with
and everyone elie with ease and free
dom. . If you are disposed to be pettish or Insolent,
IS belter to exercise your lit numor on jour
or your cat, or your servant, than on
Mend." '- - ' '
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. Constantly Employed. The hands on the
to
City Hall clock. They work by the hour. Ex.
paper. ":.-:;-"
And vet it seems, they wilt goon tick .'
of
ehUtdtipht mercury.
That's because th aoefoftf of their business
compels them to jar It ent-r Bottom Bee..
of
Tbey keep a rmiiiaaoeoaatlend are always
as correot as clock QrkWnrp"' rhwnts.
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If they are no better than the bands oe the
I oiock in onr offloe, they navf a very small c
the
COunt.OAte btatet man. a
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ISAttDWABESTODI!:-
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JUST RECEIVED BY
WM. A. GILL,
Wo. 30 North High Street, '
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'Of!
VBR OVTERBD IN THIS 0ITT1 -i
Hoase .Builders' TurnisWiiM V
Of IVBBT STTIil AND qUALITT.
French Ac Apr r lean
S7riXXOXrV GrlAASS
PAINTS O HOUND IN 0X,, .
ibS put Bp In barf pound cans for family a, and Dry .
Palate la balk.' " '
tirushea of every variety & quality.
, , A Splendid Assortment of ' ' ;
MACHINISTS TOOLS,
cakkiage materiads. . ' j ; '
axes grindstones, aw.
guns, pistols, shot, ae ,
FISHING TACKLE.
ROPE CORD AO PI,
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER. -
BELTING.
V EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, to.,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAIN
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
1 especially Invite th attention of all Interested to ay
itook of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
LVH PLATED FORAB,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
' . i. r
Butter Knives, &c,
l ROGERRs A BRO'8. llanufaotnre, warranted te be
xtraheavy, Electro-Plated, oa genuine Alhsita. . i
Country Merchants, liecbanios, and others, an invite ,
io call and eiamlns my Stock, a I am prepared to cell.,
Wholesale and Retell. WM. A. 4JILI.
Columbus, Ohio, May 8. 1800.
PROF. L. MILLER'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR
An Effective, . Safe and Economical
Compound,
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR " .
ii:
To its original color without dyeing, and preventing
stair irom turning gray.
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing it, when there ts th least particle ef vltall
or recuperative energy remaining.
FOR REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRUr
And all cutaneoai affections of th Scalp.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR.
Imparting to it an nneqaled gloss and brilliancy, makio,
it soft and silky In Its texture, and ceasing It to cur'
readily.
lhe great celebrity and Increasing demand for this aa
equaled preparation, convinces tbe proprietor that one
trial is only necessary to satiofy a Uisceruing public of it
superior qualities over sny other preparation In ase. It
oieause tbe bead and scalp from dandruir and ether
cutaneous diseases, causing the b:iir to grow luaurlantly '
giving lta rich, sole, gloeey and ueiiole appearance, aa. -also,
where the hair U looeeucg aud tltiQuuig, it will giv
strength and vigor to the routs auJ restore tie growth t ' "
nose arte a-nicu uavo oeeume mutt, csttsmg uto yield
rash covering of hair.
There are hundreds or iixncs xcatlemen ia Haw: .
Tork wh have bad tbeir hair reau. ua l y the use of this
Invtgoretor, when all other pre-r :0uaavefalled. L. '
a. nao In nis possession letter u.muneraule testifying a
tc Uic above facte, from perse' , f th,- highest redseuu
bility. It will effectually prevent -.h- hair from turning '
anal the latest period ot life, and ihoasee where sue bail
already cnaugeu itaooiur, v,i ute or Uus liwi.orator
will with certainty restore it to it to II Orrgiua, boa, ttf . .
Ing tt a dark, glossy appearance, as (ufUm for the
toilet and a Uair RestoraUv It Is particularly recom
mended, bavins an agreeable fragrance: and J&e great la- ' ,
otltuee it aSonle in dressing Ik tiair. which, whan moist -
with th invigorator, cm oe ireaeed in any required
form so a to preeerve lis place, whether plainoria carls '
benos the great demaud (or It by the ladieo as a staudard
(olletartlcle which none ought to be without, at tbe prioe
places It within the reach of all, being ,
Only Twenty-Pive Cents
per bottle, to M had at ai: reepcoiabl Druggists and
renamcra. . v ..... ,
L. MILLER would call th attention of Parant. ..
fiuardians u Uw use of his Inyigorator, in case wheie
the children' hair incline to be weak. Tb as of it
lays tha fouBdattoa torafrcedAeod of hair, as it re
moves any Impurinee that may have becom oonneoted
with the scalp, th removal ol which la necessary Both
for th health of the child, and the future appearance ol '
jlinair. . - v.., . j..
; Cactiob. None genuine without th tsc-suall LOUIS '
MILLER being on the outer wrapper: also. L. is n.
LER'S HA1H 1NVI0OBAIOR, N. V., blown la the 0
glass.
Wbolecal Depot, 56 Dey street, ancTsoldhy all the
principal Merchants and Druggists throughout the world
AiiDereiuisiariuit w purenasere oy uwquantlty.. -. p ;
Isls dasir to preesnt to th Amerlcaa Publio my . .
RTW AITD 1MPS0VZD CfSIABTAJTEOUs
LIQUID HAIR DYE,; .
which, after year of sciectl Be cxperunnUngf bav '.
brought to perfection. It dies Black or Brown litnti.
withoutlnjury to the Bair or Bkln; warranted the bM '
article of th kind In uistanee.
PRICE, ONLY 50 CENTS."
Depot, 66 Dey St, New York
ooUH!dwly. . ;, '. i -:
EXmOttmUlY BARCAWS
f ' V BAIN fc SON;
HO. 29 SOUTH HIGH STRUT, ' '
AUK NOW 'OFFBBINCu
I,O0O yards Super Plain Black Bilks at Si 00 value
Si gSperyerd. : '
SsSOO yards Traveling Drees awl Mantle Goods
18 I8oenta--vala SO oeat per yard, '
3,000 yards White Brllllante at it f.g otote-a-valu
20 cents pr jard. ; ; ? .C, a !.it-'
3,OCO yards fine "and Domeetio Qlngbsias grsatly aa
dervalna. ' 4 ' - -A
" ' '-AWiOl - i ' , it. Sf fct
LARGE AND DESIRABLE LOTS OA
OZAEBIQUEO. SAIZOSITZS,) i v.". -ii
CHAIXIS, rOUIABJ) aTLllJ,..r.
UGIilSH BABiOM.UVmAs, ,
- 1 umw, c ajj com,, ropuM,
AND ALL OTHER i
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:.f. i nt
J Air
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Nervr and Fahiorua"bla XreS CKaod
In the aost desirable styles sad at wry mwers prtssa.nl
Of all materials, mad la' th most stylish manner aft
th latest Part fashions th most elegant style
th city. . i
D AIIf dtr ! '
J loath Blah street.'
may
ATe.
MALTESE tc THREAD LACE WITTS)
it alagant qualities for Ladies; also, stkW MH ts
B great r-Wf n ' -- BAIfl'S..
'"' ' ' '' "-'. earn ,rrwjj
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