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COLUMBUS.
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DAILY, TBI wTCIlf AKD WEXL1
MANYPENNY & MlLLEly ?
fUBHa ES AJfD rfiOPBIITOSI,
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O Office Dot. 80, 8 and 40, Forth High It
.TERMS INVARIABLY1 fV AbifANoi. 'At
Daily .... $6 00 per jur
MWmM. ,. , 8Q0pryar;
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" r, AUrorumng by tbe Mquare.
rare I yen. . . w an On iqtur S wek. . 00
neiquare
une
One " 0 montln
One " 3 monllu
One " '-' monthi
:ne ' 1 month.
IS (Ml
On
1 weekvmT
10 00
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5 00
One
On
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1 tniertlna
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tDJJp!yf ''tlMwntf hatf, nor 'th&a . tb ftborj
fat
r i i r i J 7 ..If ,? na p,"c'1 ,D eolumno,
A A '. A - . . r " Ar'l...V .
,i ' u'ruut'e " ordinary rU4$,
All uoticet required, to bepublbibedby law, fegsiratet.
If ordered on the tngldaexolulvly after the nret week
u., luum man me mkt rate; but all eaon wll
appear In the Trl-Weekl1rltliniitohri.. " ' r
"'""C'd,notexoeedlng Sve lines, peryear. lu
ll I e, ft 80 per line; outilde f c, ,o '.V?,' .
Notice of meeting!, charl table oclellaa. 0
Hi., halt price. . , . r
trmiUjni HdvertUmunH mtt b4 void fori
lrmvt tnc rule will not be ntUi lrw?Vj 7w "
..ahl5,ir""?? rrloeaithe Dall, where the adrertlNt
' the Weekly alone. Whera 'ha Dally and Weekly
are both used, then the charge lr the Weekly win be
nilf tho mire of the Pally ' ..mm.
Ho tdrertlfeBiepI takoi etept fo a deHnlle perfo.
BUSINESS CARDS.tr
cnaitTomn rmi.
ITuiti onimmiM.f
- - - - - r 1 1 1
UUJNSJiLLUnSAT. MW,
act "n-r" nni . -
(OfUcef f Olfy Jo4ge, J K iW "" -ui-'
NEW YORK.
ntrw . - 7 -.C MtoC tvi to r
IIou. Jomet Moneilef, N. I. Superior Courts !,: '
unn. n. d. rayne, uiereiand, O,
lion. II. U. Hunter, Lancaiter, O.
noviMSm ; ' 'j '
.:ti:ar
Attorney and Counsellor at taw,
NOTARY PUDUC, " .
OmOB Wo. 67 BI8H eTIlBSt, 06B0N BUILS
INO, oppotlte the Stat Home.
Oolleetlona and other matter promptly attended I.
Keferencea glten when required.
novO-ly .;.
Honry BLooIxIqx",
(Lata of Phalon'f Ejtablhhmeiit, H.'t.J 't,J
PIi?K!FTO,t Wfi NEW TOHK
raahlonable HhaTlng, Hair Ontttag, ghavpoonloi
Curling and Dreailng Haloon, , 1
South Hlah St.. over Bain's Stors,
where nmfadioa. will t givm-la tlf th- Tarlooi
branched.
Ladie.' and Chlldren'a Hair Drewlrg dona lo (he beat
y ( i f
scpl3dy . ' - 1 M '( , i :
CA L T H O U S ET
. Ho. 178 HortK High 'Street,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
THIS HOTEL IB HOT ONE AND A
HALF SQUARES from the Depot, and peraona ar
will find the Gait Houae decidedly conrenlent itoD.
ping place. - . - ...
Faawnger waked up at all boun of the eight for any
or the tralna. . . .
Terme moderate, to in it the tlmei. '
ootss
NATIONAL HOTEL,
NBAR 0NION DKP0T,
COLUMBUS, 0HI0.A
t . MRJI8 .ONIt D0I.UB PER DAT,
oclSWm
F. A. B. BTIffmS, ,
Attornoyot-Iiaw
,. AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Omoe Ambo Building, oppoilt Capitol Square.
' - C0LTJ1IBTJB, OUloi'
Attorney & Counsellor at taw,
7MAlll0N,0Hl0. '-r w,.
. M. C. LILLEY:
BOOK HXKTIIlJn
And Elank-Book Manufenturer - -vosth
aaes eiarFt,' coLtiiaui, oaxo
nrl l-jly
EAGLE B R ASS J5V 0 It K S,
Corner 8prlur AzWuterBtm'
Columbus , .OJalo.
W. B. POTT3 & CO.,
MAomwrisTO,.,.
And Manufacturer of Bran and Compoiltlon Cutinn
- finished Bra Work of all Description.
Electro PlalinTTnd Gilding !
STENCIL CUTTINC. AC.1'1
febl 111-dly
CoIum)na.jioIe8aIe Liquor Store
. LACELL'E ROSS ft. CO., J .
.1-LJa
. IMPORTBttB AND DBAIEBB IK yi f ...U
. . . , ;. ' i .r a i l'J
Foreign and Domestio Wine, Brandlei,
. -. . .-, to. o. Also,
OLD RYE, MONONOAHELA & BOURBON
.WH1SKY.
WAREHOUSE AND 0IPICK, 824 SOUTH HIGIH ST.,
, COIUHBUS. 0HJ0.
cepSdlft '
VVM. il. RE5TIEAUX,
" (8U0CKBS0n TO McIU! aBSTHATJXj
No. 106, SoutK ; HigH Street,
SEAIiBB IN ". ' TT"""
C ROC EH IE Sf PR ODUCE
PROVISIONS
Foreign ' and" Domestic Fruits, " -
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
STORAGE & COMMISSION
jlyU v .
-
J 1 WORCESTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
. latert-iiit Iarge0tTh ,Bei
mh9. Vqi fl &fou
"a no iuoai uellabl fttaudar Av
4hNLtf UkehEBf lUHLABriiaja.M
5a HundrtJ tmtnmt Mutator of Ohio,
TrTaV BFST RlfQLlBlI DIOTIONAKT JITANT."
"Bei are unwarda of n. uri.
rwhoaa multlfarton meanbn md dermtinm.' tnMth.r
llll iU.u-ui III . . . '
i OfnotonaM CbmewraJ.
htfoUhnt-otUMmirttfllis OtoBtat
Wwitr'i Auoeiation. .
Mdaralimad, BMaaf thaOhlo State Taaehm'
AatoataUotv adopt and alB to uae In teachlDg, Writing
peklu, UarthofripLy acl praMoolaUoB-of
WoKwater'a Hoyal Quarto Dictionary, and wa moet oor.
dtally recommend u aa tfce moat rellabl atandard aa
tborlty of the Inglbh language, M It la now written and
pokes.
itWainMW, PriidQKenyoffoilegeC'T
M. D. IiMsarr, Superintendent ZaneaTllle Bchoo'e.
i LHt5' y- BP' KaaMlon Uolen chooli.
M. F. Oownicar, gnp't Pnbllo gchooU, Banduaky.
f!T"CH' BoP'tPuhlloBchoola, pirolerllle.
N. BAjtroan, Prlnelpal Oimlani femalt aVmlna-
W. MtTcnai.iL.iup'l Pu'bllo Ichoola, HCfln'lon.
JOB! OHMM. Prlnrlnail KrattA Mvrmakl lekAAl MUm.
o ift w a l!J 77 fif '
OjJKjuwkirinclpal fourth IntermadlaU School,
UWia UtSlAL. lTlniMn.1 MnNMl Norm.1 HnhAnl.
' f ' TTi, Prof. Matheatlc, Ohio Unlrerilty.
' Wat.' W) KDWaam. 8nnt Trnv nnlnn RhSnnl
A. S. Benin, Prinolnal Waat Illih gshnnl. .film.
Und.
8. A. NTO. AanniatcPrlneloal BletiRrhMl. ni.
t . i i . , . ' i
UU1. I'l 1. I H M M I HI I1 I, ', K
Ihmuu BrutUM, . Prlnalpal Bb. Bchool, OU
land.
B. F. IJDIIarnSN. PrlndDal Olaraland Inttllnl..
J. A. UiaruLS, PreiUlent of Xleotlo Initltnte. El
ram.. .. v ,. .
V. L. BlUIL Pent, nl OliMiUtn,. Ilil. W..l
0nlTenity.
1 H. 9. lUairaf , Ix-Cmalartoner of Common School,
WU1U.
JiME Momton, Prof. Ehetorio, Oberlln Collage.
Tnoe. Hill, Prealdent Antloeh Oollen.
tj. W. . II. UlTRfilT. Prnr. H.lhMi.KM ZI1.K
Bchool, Dayton.-- iV.T"Vrrrrr"T.
B. O. OanttaxBaai. :vBfIjiivilaiaV. ni.li av.kAi
, 8. M. Barbkb, Bup't Union Bchooli. AibUnd. ".
Hon Han Sim DvmArtS. aUur PrutAimlM nf'fui.
Qtt, Proftuort, Author ami VMnguUktA Ciwa-
mm mtaorna um aoov tmwunii
li-MUM .u.u - .-.-i r:.-.rn'':i. j
.PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Marietta CoLLtoi "ft la tml a mumlitrant wnrV
an honor to the author, tb nublUhtra. and the whole
tuumi. rrenaent Anqrewa.
, Ont WKi.TA Umr raiiTT.-" It exceed my eipeoU-
none. It Will be nr raid In OTthorranhv andnrnnnn.
outton, and will ofunb eormlMd by me for it nat
ana accural definition." l'retident Ihompion... ,.
W. B. Xcucns Cotuai "Oeretefora wa hay ued
webater'a orthography. At ft recent meeting of our
racalty.lt waa decided tnehanire It tn airhm In (K.l
of Woroeater'a Hoyal Quarto Dictionary." PretWeat
wavnmn Kmn OoLLaaa. I-8nd It wthf
avium iiuMiuuu. rneraeot Aionooca.TJ v';
oww CoLtwa "It mora than meet my nrpaota
lion. 1 recommend: it a tha atandard authorlt In
orthoepy to my children and my pupil." Preiident
MHJ.. .. - , - ,, ,U
AimocB! floaxiiia. "I ailnnt ami ilmtn hm In bant
ing, wnung ana apeaaing, in orthography and Bronun.
elation f WonKiUr'a itoyal Quarto DloUooary."
rrriiuiui uui, ,.i i I.. i.i
"In all my Wrltlnt. nxaklnr.and teachlns-: f harean.
deeYond lo-aoalona to tha rule (or orthography and
pronunoiauon a eoutainea in Worcester Ulctlonary."
none aunn, law rniuwnwi vw.. i .. i
Knroa Oouasn, OAMirnr. ! matt cordially raont
mond It aa tha moat raliabla atandard aathorlty of the
Bnillih lanauan aa It la now writun and iDoken."
rrcaiuea Anarew.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Hv. Aiton Smyth, Oommtotiontr .Q Common
aonoot tn uiuo.
"Tht Dlotkmary la an tmoarlahabl moanmant tn tha
learning and Induitry of It aathor, and as honor to ton
world or letter. Jh mechanical execution I far nip.
Hn. til thai e.t an. T.a.lnrt wlih -ht1. T - . .
" " " V. VhHH. HHWU . Illkll A M Wi"
lquainteda' , r , . -.,
from Bon. H. B. Barmy. It-OcmmUtiongr of
bmoou m unto,
"Tht inert rellabl itandArd authority of tha lan-
gaI." - -,
what ran
Lrwlinj. Newswpe)T8 of Ohio Say.
IromlK OUndanA Bmrald of JfareA 29. .J' ,
Hi orthography of the Woroeanr Dictionary la that
med by mot. If not all, author o( diitinction In thl
eountry and ngland, and eonrormi to the genaral uage
of ordinary writara and apeakera. ' . - .
Whatavar prejudice may bar (xbtad prTiouily, a
cartful itudy of tht rolum will InTarlably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merit, and a deilr
to add It to tha wall (elected library, be It larga or email,
It la a library inltaelf, and will remain an ImparUha
bla record of the learning of it oompiler.'
Jrom Via Cincinnati Oommtrotal of April SO,
Ear ar upward of a hundred thooaand word good,
bad and indifferent who mnltltariou meaning and
deriratlon, together with their correot pelling and pro
nunciation, are et dearly before the aye. The work 1
unqnUonably tb graatwt Ihtaauru of Ingllah Word
Tr publlihei. . ...
from tht CUtoland riaindtakr ofStpt. SO, 1BC0.
Xrldently WoRraarm' Rotai, Qoaxto Dictiokat U
not only tk Uui, but On aarr work of tht bind ever O
tu4d , and can by no pomlblUty niffer by oompariaon or
eontroTeray . . "...
i JYom thtWAfoRadtof JfevSJ.; ' ?
A to noMOHCiATioii, Woaonrim t Tin Btakbaid
followed by our beat aathor; In definition h leare
nothing to be dealred, and In OaTnominrr it la luffiolent
toaay that Woaoaanta can b aafrly followed,, ,
I- INGIIAin tt BRAGG ' '
Pnbllahern, Dookaelleri V Stationer,
JfO. p BUPIR10B 81., CLEVELAND, OHIO. ...
mai9 i i , . ' ' . i 1
-THE MUpj BENEFIT j
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
-... ,. .ii m t'OF- .... . t ...6
KTowarlt, DXT, J.
Dlridend Janaarr 11801,43 Par cnt.
ABSKTS. 313,M SO.
Statement Jatinarr l, 1801,
Balance, per ttment Jan. lat, 1800..,..3,406,fl 30
Kacelred for fremtuma dur '
log tha year 10 1763.0S3 55
Beoelred for Intereit during
th year all.Ol 19 .,
Total reoelpta for lR60....t077,067 74
PaldOlalmabyDeath,967,uS0 00
faia fouote iurran- r
dered y 41,111 89
Paid Balark,1 Pott
age, I axe, Ex
change, eto 31,620 54
Paid Ooamltalona to . r v
Agenta.t. 51,9S5 30 i '
PaldPhyaloiana'teea. 5,000 25
Paid Annultlea 1,517 00
Paid Dividend dur
ing Ui yar ..M. 190,300 75 505,091 63
. i s; ' . ......
. 411,078 14
Net Balance January let, 1861...... ..,
A88ITB.
.3,618,558 50
Oaahon hand. ......
Bonda and Alortsueaaa Baal
6,0964 19 k
Bitot, worth doabl th '
amount loaned 8 3WJU1 m
fremloa Mot, on PolWea ,i ; . , ,
In for, only drawing Brer
sent. Intereit.. l.STS.BM 17
Real Batata mr- -90,8113 97
LoamonBciip... 8,931 44
Premlum,(lotandDaahllo, u., , ...
, joune of tranimlailon . . '45,313 75
-: Total Aaa.....a. 3,8iajas SO
TrATS Poilele In fore, Uiiurlng......ga,4gr3,588
1,435 new Poltde hare been Uioed during th year.
After a sarafnl oalonlatloa of tht prteeat vsls af th
outetandlng Polloieaof tho-Oompanyi and baring th
SAsaMarv amount In reierre therefor, the Director
bar declared a DiTinmrD of 45 per cent, on In PremV
nm paid at th tabl rate, to ad poltde for life In fores,
leaned prior to January 1, I860, payable according tg tbe
preaent rule of tha Company. '
Bate for all kind of Lit Oontlhgenetet'.Trorpecf
n, Statements, and Application, will, be Jurniibed
WITBOOT CB4HOI, St lb OlllDt Or AgHOle Ot th Com-
BOBT. I., pattkkbon, Freallent.
L. 0. 0R0TBR, Tlo Preiident.
BB.IJ. 0, Mna-sa, Becretary. r"
r H. K.' HHEBOT1, A fftnt,
. - .1 . . . L I, ,
March 98. ISoi.f1.
tk 'V I nVl v f oubatto oioea, y-y
, .',...; . . ., . Ooluiabu, 0, 1
PKF.rJS I6CHEO black.
DBBSB 8ILK8, of er.rr trade. Tbemoat aeleet
aawrtaeat la the elty; and at mottretuenabl rate.
4 I -i - BAIN fc HON.
aprli
Mo. 89 SMlh HlxhetmiK if
ii
I
by
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bat
be
on
tor
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1861. 1862.
1861. 1862. Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE. CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
Conneetrag at OrHtlln 'with W PITT8B0TiaH. IT
WAIMB ft 0HI0AQ0 RAILROAD
tor fuitHrol, hMadslfiui ant SaUimor'. ' AUo
fr fori Wayno and OMeago.
Connecting at OlerelanA with th LAKB BHOBB BAIL
ROAD
For Duakii-kp linffau A.baiir,-B0av
whV iiu vw m. vrH
TWO TRAINS DAILY;
' BXQBPT BTJUPAT. . .
JTrom Oolombu, In oohnaetion with Train on tb
-FIIAITil" AND OOf.ririHlia
. BAiAinujiii,
- t :t V O illBT IBAINl aIUOO
.Nil W B.Ma . V . - . . .
KIQIIT lXPR.RXrU.TjMAI rrnlawvwla A ! U
will Imt pwMDgen M All tUoDi, stop itDiliffin
OftrdlngtoD, Gllead. GaIIod, and fc all tutloss North of
GtlloD, and at all other itatloni upon itnal. artirlDs at
fii.wi..i a n.rjA a at . w . i . . -v v L 2 r
vwwtuii .w A jajHnurK i;w Jr at. Priffalo
;M M.i Albany 6:i A..M., N.w Xotk 18 M.,Boiton
SECOND TRAIN.
MBW T0RBT XXPRE8S teare Oolumbuaat 3:15 P.
m.i win liar puarcgen at all atatlon. renwioh,
Boeheatar, Columbia nd 01mtd bting flag atatlon.
m-.m wut uwk.iup ior mimnn exoepi upon lg'
nal.. Arrtr at Oiayvland t.M P. M.. Dunkirk 2 A. W
Buffalo 4:35 A. M., Albany 4:15 P. M., New York 9:50
CONHI0TI0N8.
. uiiueipoi ana aauimora
Alao for Cblcaao.
At 8helby,wltb Banduaky, If aoiflf 14 and Newark Rail
road, for all point on that road. Alio for Toledo.
At Grafton, with Oleyeland and Toledo Railroad for
avicuv win vuicagu. I -
A..1.ll,mA' w,th Ukt 8hor Ballroad for Bit.
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Maw lorkand Boiton.
Patent Sleeping Can are run on all
Mgnt Tralna to Chicago, Hew
( Tork and Boston.
Baggan Okecktd TkrougXto Sou Tork and BotUm
v.u wwiwma. omo, io riMaativMa and
, .'.a i Hoto Xorkvia OrtiUint." ;
RETURNING.
Ni,htBxpreirriTe at Colombo at.. .1:30 A. M.
Clneinnati Ixpre arrirea at Oolumbuf at 1:30 P. II
Fare a Low an bj anyather Kante.
Ait for Ticket via Ciullineor Cleveland.
.' "j " . B. I. PUNT, -
Vnperlntendent, Clereland, Ohio.
J AUKS PATTERSON, Agent,
. Colombo, Ohio.
Oolnmbna, MoT 18, 1881. -
CA5ADIAS ft UUTTED STATES MAH
STEAMERS '
XO AND I'UOIfl
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW
.... j . '
Liyerpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and ii -
Tha IfATttrMl fWM.ll fltAAinahln flmnnana'. A m
full-powered Olyde-tnllt B teenier aaileTery Nat.
r day from PORTLAND, carrying tha Canadian and
United BtAta Hall and, pawengen.
MOHWtaiAK, M0BTB AafBRIOAIT,
BOH SMI AN, ANQLO-BAXON,
NORTH BRITON, ' BIBBBNIAN,
CAKADIAM, N0VAB0OTIAN.
Shortent, Cheap and QalckcatCon.
reyanco irom
AMERICA TO ALL f ARTS OF ZtrBOR.
Ratoa of Fturnajie tAEhirxp,
- - K30, S66. 9SO. - -
Will nil from LIVERPOOL ererr Wiitnaiar.
and from QUBUHO Try Sataray, ealllng at
uunvuflAiAAAi, raneeireon noardand land alallaand
Puaengera, to tnd from Ireland and Scotland.
IT fThea Bteanwr are built of iron. In water-fchrht
ompartaanta, earry tach an expert. ooed Burgeon, and
every attention la paid to the oomfort and aooommoda-
tion or pengera. AftheyproceeddireottoLONDON
DBBT, thtiieat rlik and delay of oalllnk at Bt. John'
aroldid.
Olaigoar raaaenren art ramlihed with ran naamn
Uoket to and fro liondonderry. - v.
jMinrn ucaai graniaa at reouoad ratea. .. .
Oertlfloate Uraed for oarrylna to and brlrurlni oat rtaa-
aanger boa all th principal towna of Ormt Britain and
lreiano, ai reaucaa rate, ny uu nn ot ateamera, and
tho WASHINGTON LIN I OP BAXLINQ PA0KBT8,
waring uTerpooi arery weu., i . . , u .
BlVht Drafts for XI an 4 upward pay-
an a. mm n amiam, irviua, c;a I-
. . ... v land ar Valea.
for naatai-a. annlf at tha nfftM. on nnni n.
XT AT. New York, and Ifl HlTKII nr..
I.lTerpool,
An EL k ElURLZ, Oesiril flgwU, '
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
oolQ-IjdAw . ' , Poit Office, Colomtmi. Ohio.
GtrERNsirrs dalmi:
GUERNSEY'S BALM
RE.TIOVES AND PHE VENTS I If -nammatlon
and naln. and heala tha wont ham.
oald. brttl,cttt ,or friih wound of any kind, preyenU
welling and pain from be itingi, moaqulto bite, and
polonou plant, neuralgia, rhenmatiam, agu in tb
breaat, alt rheum, etc. , When taken internally, It will
poeitlrily euro oroup In children, and lire Immediat
relief in tb woretoaa of thla torribl oomplalnti slao.
remoTO hosnene and aor throat. Price, 85 center
bottle. Bhonldbelnev Ijhonio. I or eale by Drng.
giataand Storekeeper. ' - IBT1H BT0NB,
. wois rropnewr, a , Bpraceit TW lork
Mo real June eta 'b dons th abor Diwnaratton
by procuring and reading decrlptlT pampbleui4
found with ail saaitr, or win be anl by Proprietor
demand. . formulae and Trial Bottle ant to Ph.nl
ian,who will find derelopment In both worthy thulr
aoceptanoa and approral. :
Oorreipondenoe aolloited from all whoa nceltles or
enrloiity prompt to a trial of the abor rellabl Bern
die. - ' ' . -
for aaU by tb sraal whole! and retail deatar
Trywhr.- - ...
Sonn tX HTJNItEWEH., Proprleto ::
CHUftar AND rHAJUfACXOTIlT, -t .'.
Ho. 9 OommoToial Wharf, Boaton, HUu.
Bobart tt Bamnel, If. B Marnle. J. Bl Ooak. J. U
Dentg, O. Denlg . Bona, A. i Sohneller A Boa, Agent
Colombo, Ohio. ........ ,. . . my l-djy
Baltimore Clothing Honse.
MAJfTJ f AOTCRIRI U(p VsNbabSALS muoi
READYrMADE CLOTHING.
No. 308 W.'ltimoreeet," :
. anwnn laart AnlowAa.) ,f ;T j:
BALTliffOKE, ffld
Large Aiiorbnant ot rieea n&d f-xnUnlop
Ooods jCoutastlj ob Hand
OeSSdly -' , - -
;:--.Iaaie' linen Pooket-Eandk'ti,''
HEininEII STITCHED liUVEID UAND
kerohleh, rery wide hem.
Bmbrolderedi Lines Uandkt all prtoe. ,,rt
Hemmed BUtchedead plain do, do. ' '
do do colored border,
Mourning do . .- blaokbordars "
' . . ?" sw.tycroUtohd.
S.n P.',.ao . newpattema.
MlaMr Plain and TfmmnVaiit.hnA aa at, maIaaa
Oomprlalng th moteleet ajaortawnt tn th elly and
loweat price.
emoj
Bt, 89 South High Street.
BtmifBTSf RIBROItS TABS. AflfQ
BUOnm, Bwtylee,,MtroenAdky"
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Winter Arrangement.
Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia RAILROADS.
Tot ClneinAtvfl. Dayton Xndianapolii!
, . . """TTuiir'" !j 1j ir'vi.,-
Tbronh to InflUluBaUa riUwChinge of Cfcv,
' Aiid btrl Orio Chc of Ctm rxrtwei I
-sracri Ki), .(f ,r, tttV ;-, n a I tin
Ott ami.' AftmvVSCanA.T WoverAbet
t ua-,,1 y-;.q n -.J.J.il :j ll
Four 'Trwr'MltM-.CoIuibusl
ir.n;o:fli r.-w r'-Hlv'rsri-xuM tt 1
.'MI0B1 BXPKB81. rla Davteen a a a. mmj .loo.!
at loaaoo, Xania, Dayton, Middle (own and Hamilton,
arrWlng at ClnelnnaU at 7:40 a., m. ; And at Dayton at
3 06 a. m
: oonneoungat uinoinnattiof liOnurrUle, Tfn.
annL v LouU. and aU potato onthwtot; antflog
at Bt. Loot At Uiiv V. m.t MnnectlH ak DavtsA (or
Indlinapoll, Iuytto, Tern Haute, Chlatgq, and all
point WjiitarriTlpg at Injllanapoli t ,10:40 A; m.'
ta law i ';. WfiOVn YVATV m aidt r!
,?A000.4iAT
Uon between Oolgmbui, Olnolnnall and Dayton, ar
ItTinc at OtnclnaiH at mm., .mi aa t..i. .
8:3U a. aa ) connecting at Olnelnnatl with Mall Lin
swamooai ior irfiaiiTui, and at Dayton for Iodlanap.
nil. ...I Ih. U7. . "
THIRD TRAIN. ! :
XXPBXSB at 1:55 D. m.. .(onnln. at T.(r..n i.,..
! .a'1 vonrui, norrow, no. iaaonon.
f oeter'e, Lorelnnd and Milford, arriylng at Cincinnati
at i n.m., at Dayton at p. m. ; connecting at Cuv
Wttfi th Ohio and LIlilMlnnl TmIii fur uinHii. ti.
eann,, 8U Lonl, tc, etc., arrlrlDg at Bt. Lonl tt
a. m. oonneoung ai juayton for Indlanapoll. La
fajetta, Terr Bant, Chicago and all point Wot.
FOURTH TRAIN.
HAIL at 4 n'. m.. ltotroln at alt .(.linn. hnr.A.n
Columbus and Cincinnati! arrirlng at Olnelnnatl at 9 MS
hjT 'or farther Information mad Through Ticket,
apply to M . Li D0BKBTY, Ticket Agent. Onion Depot,
Oolumbua.
P. W. 8TBADBB, '
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati
-j - JNO. W. D0BBBTT,
Agent, Columbni,
B. W. WOODWARD.
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
ColumbM.'jroT. JO, 1861
1861.
1861. EAST.
1861. EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
a. j-aaa..-
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
CONNECTING AT PITTSBURGH WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
UNITED.
Of K THK
Snorteat, Quickest and most Deatra.
" ao sua eastern Cities.
Trains Leare Coiombus aa follows:
ru atLLtni.
rn iTiaenvtLL.
SXornlnr Expre.
4:00 A. U.
10:18 A.M.
4.10 P. M.
3:10 A. M.
80 A. M.
7:40 A.M.
,1:00 A. M.
1:45 P. M.
n nn UUI .
3:20.P. If. . 4:00 A. tt 18 35 P. M.
Atam at bkixaikk ' '
. ii 1HUP.M. '
Ajtatri at rirmniaH
- ' 4:10 P. If. 10:00 P. M.
. ajuivi at Aaxnauia
3.10 A U. 3:15 A. M.
' axuiv at AtiTTVoni ' "
: .S0A.Mi 1;40 P.M.
AMITI AT mtAnnfBIA.
7:40 A. At. 13:50 P. M.
mw Tons ru AUttrrow
11:00 A.M. 5:00P.M.
T1A ntLABtLnrtA
1:45 P.M.
'15 P.M-
VIA. A IJ.tVTO. M
Puienrtr by thl line rmmch New Tork- in iJnm r
any norinern route.
19:39 P.M. train I th only one "from Colombo at
thla hoar, and th only train by which pasunger can
reach Baltimore or Washington the following day, and
arrire In Philadelphia or Mew Tork befondaxk.
Ursiptng car on ail night train.
The Only Konte tram Columbni to
Baltimore, Philadelphia or
New Yorlc
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
Thl train alio connect at Bellalre with the Baltimore
and Ohio Ballroad. '' - ,
TTfTni rents It 90 MILS 8 SH0RTBB to Pltttbargh
ana mors than 100 MILBB BHOBTBB to Maw York,
than Northern line. . ,
ST Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant point Eut. . v l - -
BT Ask for Ticket via Bellalre or Stea-benrille.-
- " - " r ..
ST. Ticket Good over either Route.
JOHW W. BROWN, f
V General Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. B.
iv - - . . t . . IBS A' HUTCHINSON, ,
1 Oeneral Tleket Agent Bte.tjenrill Bhort Line. ,
Columbui, Mot. 13, 1801. -
REMOVAL. -
;W!tUAM:Hv RE3TIEAUX,
v:-. - .. DEALER, lit v"-v-
Groceries, : ;zr::z .; .;i--r
. -. - Produce' r t, CT .
' ' rProvisioii3,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Fruits, etc. etc.. ;
HAS BEHOVED HIS BT0RB FROM
NO. 34, NO Rtir H l6ff STREET,'
- v ' '. -A e
to
"No;.. iQ6;'SoutStV:.
..'' ,fjoj-I X.-.i'3
Th old (tend recently occupied by WM. McDONALD ,
- H In dally reoelpt of
NEW AND , FRESH -COODS
' ' " " Whleh'he wtli eelf :' ' " "
Cheap far Cann or Country Prodnce.
1 C .' ' '- .' ' ' t . ' aU. .'. '.
H7 flood de lire red to City trad free of ohstrgs.TQ
! COLCIUBUSj. OHIO Mr , ,
AGRlCUlTDRAt WAREHOUSE
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i GENERAL" HARDWARE,
j MAILS, SLABS, SABQ, PUTlX tORSAQl,
un, Pistols, wboddenriuow Ware.
atrier and Bibbar Belting, I act Leather, Hose ant
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Bvfoekly, per yM; u
The Little Heroine.
BY MRS. CAROLINE SOULE.
' B1''-'1 ' tmimmmmw I , 1 1 C ! , 1 i 1 J
"Mornlatr aratnl" and thA 1., i-.
j . - tL . W W nVDHJI TT 7M III
raild lifted bla head Irom the pillow and looked
piuruuyoror the dimiroora.- Oh, that the
uigu. usu oma longer;" ' To tbe wretohed sleep
.. - i,a7 poor, poor-wne-r-my duriinr ba
pies mn taea freearaod starve? Oh Godl
i is no moon i" Ana with tear guehlnr' from
ms eyes, to paie man Hurled bla bead in the
scanty ooTsring, and groaned aloud.. -' '
: It was bo wonder that he wa out of heart on
that cold, dark December day At beet he bad
bard straggle to tret food, and for tha 1..1 i
months the struggle Bad been almost-desperate,
for Lit wife had been unable to assist him in the
least, being confined to her bed with w.
wHug i0Ter. i nis iikio dangbter Marie,
prowy ooiia ot tweire, kept tbe room tidy And
nerseir and two little; brother like wax. By
theald of her" mother's hianinri rtlr.ntlnn.
b l" managed to do up" the weekly witshlng
-jmMt hide 1 iUDbftm., ttiv fti tlipr' nrniidlv
oallod ber, while the tnotber wou!d say, in low,
wroi tones, "or angel," J ' '
Ooe night the yonnir hontekeerir waited nn.
ah ia j . . . . . .. . 7
1 was piwjQ aarc ior nep lamer to come home
to hi frugal npper, and then, wish fearful fore
bodings at her heart, nodressed the little boys
iuu uui mem tn n pa. .nn ntiji An nin. ip .nil
hood toga and meet him. A crowd met ber at
tbe tery threshold. With a wild cry aha rush
ed toward the Inanimate form they carried upon
a board. It was her father, brought to them
with a broken leg. ' .' i'! ' .
A week bad passed since this misfortune. By
tbe sale of their few pieces of furniture, tb
wolf had been kect from the door. ' But nn
nothing remained sare the coarse bed 00 which
the distressed ones slept." No ooal for the little
grate; no tea for the feverish Hps; no crost for
toeiamisnea cmiareo: What ahnnld h dnna?
It was a question little Maria aakpd hnair
again ana again, as they lay there watching the
lew pale sunbeams thnt struggled through the
window. And she aikcd it oftener alter she
naa risen and dressed herself and brother, and
smoothed the two beds. Bread the? must have
tbat day. They were ail faint even now, and
the boys clamoring for their breakfast.
Suddenly a orient tholltrht cam tn tha littta
daughter. She remembered baring seen in
the coffeehouse little girls, no taller than she,
waiting upon the customers. Perhaps . they
would take her. "If they only would," ehe
murmured softly; "I am handy, quick and pa
tient, and I would try so hard to oblige.'1 I am
pretty, too, ehe might hare added, bad thore
been a spark of ranlty In her heart; for ehe
was a sweet child, with brow like a sunuy
snowdrift, and eyes like the spring violets that
nestle In woodlands. "I will try. at leant, anrl
see what I can do;" .and after watching a mo
ment the weary sleep of her parents, she whis
pered to the littlo boys tbat she was going out
to get some bread for them, and then hurried
way.
6ne did go to the baker's, but her pitiful story
failed to touch bis bard heart, and there were
tears on her cold cheeks as she turned away.
Even if she seenred a place, she could hope ior
no wsge till Saturday, and there wer fonr
weary days between this and that. Bread would
be too late if she waited till than. What would
she do beg She asked herself the question
witn a qulTerlng lip. Merer before had their
poverty driven them to that strait, and it was.
hard, even now, with the ploture of that wretch
ed home fresh in ber vision, to plead for charity.
But she did It. Again and aeain and scats sha
said to the passer-by, "Please sir, please ma'am,
giro mo a penny 10 ooy nrcaa lor my lick pa-
.Ante M i "
But the gentlemen had their overcoat hntton
ed to their chins, and the ladies were enveloped
in furs, and It was too much trouble to find
their pocket-books or purses just to supply a
ooggar s wants.
"Go to the soua-housei," said one, at last,
mure uuurunu luuu mo rest, "in city pro
rides for such as you."
It was new idea to her, and as fast as feet
could carry her she went, and entering- In
breathless haste, told her story to tbe attendant
matron.
"I will report the case to the oommlttee,"
said the woman, quietly, making a memoran
dum ot tbe name and number of the street
"Come to morrow morning, and I will do what
1 can ior yon."
To morrow I She wonld be too weak to walk
ao far by that time, and what would become of
we rest. ' , -
With a heavy heart she went home, having
no courage to present herself as waiter to
any of the coffee-houses she passed ou her
way.
"Did you get some" cried the boys, gather
ing about her, and pulling off ber cloak to
see lr it were bidden in ber cloak or nnder her
arms. 1 : 1
"Did yon get some?" asked two faint voices
from the bed In the corner, and tbe coverlet was
thrown off, and two pairs of thin, white bands
pnt forth. . . ;i . . . :
"No, no," she answered, plaintively, "but I
will try again. Keep up rood hon '.1
"There will b plenty out of tbe oven now
ye, plenty," the said to beraelf, a the button
ed her cloak on the threshold, "plenty, and I'll
have some too. They shall not starve.- Men
and women forsake me; God doesn't hear me
any longer! There is nothing left for me but
tosfeoi.'" i : ; i i-.-. ...,- .,
Her face paled as she spoke it, and for a lew
moment there was a wild wrestle in ber hear..
Then she went on quietly, pausing an inatant
before each baker' shop, and looking anxiously
within. By and by she found one tbat seemed
empty. - f . j
A whole pile of (teaming loaves lay upon the
oounter. v ' .
She rushed in and seized one, and biding It
under her arm, fled madly up tha street. Bat
the baker bad seen her from the littl sitting
room door, and wa after her, crying lustily,
"Stop thief, stop thief!"' A crowd followed
her, and tha poor child was toon run down.' .
"A dear case," said th police officer, who
took her In hand "property fonnd on her: . Sh
must go to the court-room." , ' . .
- In rain she pleaded with then and told her
story. : "They must do their duty ah might
have begged; sh might have gone to th aoup
houae; but there was no axons for stealing, at
any rats." ; 1.,. 1 . .. c t .. .2 r .
No excuse, and her mother waa dying for
food!" ... ' .-ir. : . ji:5 ...
An important trial wa just (losing, and all
the avenues to th oonrt h)ue were thronged.
"They'll ba through soon," said theonioer to
th baker; "we'll wait a few minute. No
danger of her getting away while my grip 1
on her," and bo tightened bi grip on the
shrinking arm, till tb flesh .quivered with
train., v . . --.r; .- .
j- "Take me bom first," eh said, sadly, "they
Will worry about m ao. My poor mother will
die if sh thinks I'm lost. '1 r
"They'll oon find ont whera yon are," said
he, gruffly. "Bad news Is like lightning, it
travels so fast." .
! Oh dear, oh dear, what ' will become of
them" and abe sobbed aloud. r- .
A little girl about her age was passing- by a
rich man' child yon would know It by the em
broidered dress and cloak, tbe rich velvet hood,
and th costly tippet and muff. " But there was
no false pride bidden nnder tha expensive rat
meat, a warm heart waa beating there, and its
sympathies went ont far toward the poor little
prisoner. For a moment sh paused, aa if Ir
resolute upon a plan of action; then laying her
mitten ed band gently on th officer' ah said
politely: :.i-.. , t -f --,..-;' cv,.
"May I speak with brt" "-'k ' :'
- "Oh ys (he not committed yet." 0 'd 1:
Patting her soft rosy cheek oloee to th par
pi cold on. h whUpetwd very earnestly -Marie
told ber touching story; and begged ah
would, by the Ior she bor hot . mother, find
I
'
out her humble bom, sod oomfort ibe dlstrea.
mil nriAai -
VMW i" ' ' 'I 1 '111 "1 ' Ia. . a'
; "I .will, I will," the stranger replied earnest
iy, anooont you ory any more; my father
knows tber judge, Bod he'll get you away to-
a .iTa -IT uu- P good heart;" and
. S1!f her mother to be one of the most
f"" ." w women, and hastened home to tell
ber the story of Marie1, but unfortunately eb
had 111 a, nm .... ... .ii. - , . . J.
7, ' " " "uo,sna wouia not 00 back
antil near dinner time. ' -i-.
"Whatoanl do?" sh erledaeJ wrung her
"They want c:.al, and bread, and. tea, and so
Sh sat down on th maibl. tops and ponder.
K.l..tr , t,0Da6 J"". cje brightened, and a
"u'""i cuior uusoea ner laoe.
"I'll An : ii .u. ..I, ... T
... . . u" "a fssoiuteif ; mamma
wuuorgiye mq whea she know all.. Without
",lU0"f ooui "early naked, quit trvd.
Uh, she will bo so glad I thought so far," and
she bounded down the street anJ rushed around
uw uurner,'. n , .
D...kl .. ... j
a ucuiuk open toe piate glass or the moat
lasulcmble halr-dresser In Iho city, she went
quietly to the attendant and anked tn BAA Mnn .
eieur B He ushered her Into (be Innef room,
-;.M. .v.iuiaiu pin, j , - . -t
Her heart fluttered while she waited, but her
resolution did not fail ber. , .
'Ah! it is my little Theresa," and 'Monsieur
B. took her hand kindln. . iir.nnil ,n.ni
de ir. Come to havo your ringlets dressed fur
tbe ball, tO-,ltht no?" aa aim ahitnk h head.
'why BPtT yon 'go, certainly; you are on of
JWniiUiniir'j ,ocf .,..,.11- IWl a T n n
vaiwiuHi aa UEtJi. uumB, V II1AL It. T.njSH. LYl W
For ( moment her Una ouirarni?: then "uh.
tiwAa up quicaiy. ...... (j , .....
, iou said once, sir, ton would give m an
eagle lor my curls. Will mn da tt r.ne, to
day this minute!" . . ,
The halr-dresser : was ' astonished ' What
cauld tho child mean?, To cat off thut curls,
long, silken and golden colored, th pal gold
f a stray sunbeam, it would bar been' sacri
lege almost for a mother to bar don, to sell
uiuin wag eureiy a orlme. . ,
"Does abe, your mother doea she kbow ion
coma here?". - . .,
"No. Sir: but eha sill not lilim. ma ayhnn t
ten ner how it was. O, no, she is too eood."
"And how la it, my dear? Make a friend of
me, and tell me how it ia too, ask ma to hue
your hair," and be stroked th glossy carl
tenderly a a lather might, : , ...
She hesitated, and then ODsned her heart to
him. There was a mist on hia eye when sh
fioished ber plaintive story. He walked the
noor a moment as if irresolute, then stopping
Dcrore ner, be pulled out his pocket book, and
handed her two half eagles. She then put them
In ber purse, and quietly toukoff ber hood.
"Not now, my little angel!" he said huskily;
"not now; I am too busy; to morrow will do as
wen; or stay; x win come in this evening Till
then do not mention It to any one.- Go now ou
your mission, my Sister of Charity," and he
ieu ner to me QOOT.
How quickly ber Httle feet flew over th pave
ment. She could bardlv sneak when sha had
reaoneu ins Diier's snop.
- a wo Kavea, sir large ones, too," abe gasp,
ed and threw down one of the gold pieces.
The man (tared at ber curiously. The color
rose to ber .brow, bat sh said nothing, and
harried away with her wa. m fragrant bundle, g
"la it yon Marie?" What kent von so Ions-.
daughter? Quick, break me a orumb, I am
faint."
Like an uncel the little stranrer looked to
mem as aoe guaea in, ner c&eeks Ilk apple
blossoms, and ber hair falling over ber shoul
ders like ripples of sunshioe.
"Marie oaunotcome horn yet," she said In a
voice that waa a sweet as a robin's in Msv-
time. "Bat she will return to-morrow: cerheoe
this evening. She has sent me with the bread.
See tbe nioe loaves I've brought you," and she
tor one in fragments. Teara coursed down her
cheeks aa ehe saw how escer tbev clatched
tbem. Sh had never dreamed of poverty like
tbis; never known how hungry folks might be,
anu live.
"I must go now," she said, opening tbe door;
"out i win come again soon and "make yon
comfortable," and she hurried to the nearest
grocer, and bought a basket full of provisions,
ana engaged mm to send in some kludlinttsand
some coal.
Tbe little boy helped ber to build a Are in a
ooal stove, and when it biased merrily, abe nut
on the kettles, and soon had a refreshing oupof
ics ior esco invanarana splatter or smoking
potatoes for tbe children. ' '
"Where Is Marie, do you know, Utile angel?"
"O. yes, I know," eh answered oheeriullv.
"Didn't I say she would be home early to mor
row. Don't worry; better days are coming.
I'll bring her In the morning. Good bye."
it waa aa tnonen a lairv bad come sod 'van
ished; a kind-hearted lairv too. for besides the
supply of coal and wood, half eagle lay in tb
sick father's band.
Murmuring to himself all the tender adjectives
in toe rrencu language, tn rood Dair-dreeser
immediately hastened to the court room. Th
judge wa a friend of hi, too, and he hoped to
save me cniid irom prison ohe bad not yet
been brought in, the court having adjourned for
nan an nour. tie a:xed ior a pnvite Interview
with tbe judge! As soon as it was grsnted, he
told all Marie's distress, and tb generous kind
ness of little Theresa. - -
"Poor child! good child!" said his lUtner
wiping his glasses. "She must go tq prison
stiDOOSe. but it shall be to a chamber in m
own house. Go into court, and tell the eame
story over, it will be better than a lawyer's
plea."
lie did so and there was not a dry ey in the
audienoe when be ceased. Even the baker
hung his bead, and seemed to muse. Before
tbe breathless ailenoe had been broken, be look
ed up and said to tho judee, "I withdraw mv
complaint; let her go with me and take all ahe
want."
The soacious room run? with annlanan. and
while the enthusiasm was at 1 its height, a
thoughtful old man went about the erowd with
his bat. People's fingers found their pocket
books as if by intuition, and when he poured
tbe collection into Marie's anron. sh scream
ed with joy. No more hunger, no mora cold,
no more nakedness tbat winter. Tbey were
rich.
The baker took ber bom himself, and told
her at the door not to worry abont bread till
spring, for bis wagon would bring them all they
wanted every morning. How lightly she bound
ed up the staircase. It was a bird's foot fall, a
singing bird's in tbe time of flowers.
Have you come, Maris?" Two voice spok
atonee.
"Ye, mother, yes, father, and we're rloh.
see:- ana sns emptied ner apron on tbe bed.
How merrilly (the 'silver and rold coin tin.
gled. It waa like tbe echo oi a harvest sooa-i
us uiewmi ecno orougnt dsok by the summer
breete. "
"Bless you, my littte sunbeam, bless von. mv
anael." And two bands were laid npon ber
bead, and tears and smile were strangely mix
ed together. :
- '
"What doe ili mean, Theresa?" said the
mother looking wonderfully at her beautiful
little daughter as ahe oame into tbe parlor in
obedience to a message brought by servant,
"Monsieur B. sojs you promised to ee him to
night." "T: - , - , i
. "I did, mamma) ' Did you bring your scla
sors. sir?" and she carried a foot stool tn tha
sola, npon which bo sat, and quickly nestled t.1
hta ..I . '
ui. awa. ,
"Yes, my dear, see!" and he took'' from' Lis
pocket a shining pair. ' v " - . , ,.
"Theresa, what moans flilit" the- mothor
spokesternly. J ' "A ' ''
"I have sold my hali' to hi m, mam ma, and he'd
com to oat it off." .
"Sold your hair cut ll'bu" 1 were "you craxj !
are yon In rnest?" Sbe gathered hor to her
lid and laid ber hand proteotingly over the pre
oioua curls. H-i I'-.f . ; ' ? ' -...-. ;
"Tell her how it was, sir; sha won't b angry
then. , Please sir, tell her." . ; ' ,. ,
' He did so. ' Closer and oToief'to W heart
wm tho child drawn by the teartub mother,
f.. -TZ7"''" i i
h
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aa In. . . T -
.u. u.rrauir n.nrtuAi .i.l i . .
woven Into s heanVVauT .7 ,u r
shining human- flowT.v'itsS
woreu h.,,h.art, A ...
r a vj .ivaJ ,ttlM
"T r, rs-rr -my-TTSfSSH
:'V " : ' bits
i. u Jl,8T. RECEIVED BK r, rfi tn
i ! .- r.,n- 'at-J ttl tost l.ll !!
Mo. 30 iJortlv HighCtreet.'
i.i'rr ; . .i-.t'i !.')rqsii S enoAVS-usa
Jtia (ll tha Larpftet and Heat SaUa.-a ...... .
. .... . TTT"T"T-'".AAfw"4 asw
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BVKB OrriBBD IB tStf tW '
-:.; su -. ' - - hit : KV;j;
llouHc, Builders'
Of rvtST STVI S inn nrr . I rmo
' waa
, rencl. dcAtaArteata ' 1 ''
I'A INT OKOCIVD Ilw o,V tii ?
tod put ap io half peerod cans for family sa, and Dry
' ' . a.1. .J iV uA.'aV;V
PtfnUlnVulk. .
ltn..nt. .1 . fl " Ll
, uDi-co ui vury vaneiy a quality
A Splendid Assortment pf ? . it
-V. ACV.INIST8 TOOLS.;
CARklAUE MATER IADS. ,' V"i
AXES GRIND3TONE3, dto. .....
. GUNS,pis,T0L8,8HCrrAe -.
FISHING TACKLES
. ROPE k CORDAGt ,
. LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.""
fcOGES, MAULS, PUMPS, "
. ha
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMEWTa
0YT.iEs;tc:,, .;; ; ,.r,.,,;t.
- SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS0' :
Table and Pocket Cutlery-.
i eipeclally ti.Tlta tha attention of all urtemted ta
;i.ct of Vookti and Table Outlery, and ;
r
(IL.VCK PLATtIO tOKkt,
fablc Desert, and Tea Spdonsr
Butter Kiiivea, c.i -
.1 AOQEURn ATBBa'o."'aIanaWtur, warranted tube
latraheary, Ileotro-Plated. on. genuine Albatta.
Country Merchant, Mechanice, and ther, an Invited
o call and exam In my Stock, aa I aa prepared to sill
holealeandBetail. WiI. A, CIXI....
Oolumbua, Ohio, May 8. 196. ': ,-
PROF.CMILUER'i'S
HAIR INVIGORATOR
An Effectlvt), - Safe and EoonoinJoaj
.. (toiaponjjd, - -
FOR RESTORING GRAY HAIR " '" '
To It original color without dyeing, and prevenlioy "
Hair from turning gray. . w
FOR PREVENTING BALDNESS,
And curing It, whss then Is tha latt partlole of rllcl' "
or recuperative .energy remaining.
FOR. REMOVING SCURF AND DANDRU
; AndalleutAneouiarTectloo of th Soalp.'t bi
y FOR BEAUTIFYING THE HAIR !
(Imparting to It an nneqaled gloaa and brilXuiey, aaaiui
rt lott and silky In It texture, and oauilng it to cur
sadtty. i v n , i ;. ;.. -r . -;.. if
Th great celebrity and incraailng demud tu itue on
equaled prep ratios, eonvinm the proprietor that or,
trul 1 only oeodMAiy to lalUty a diaoarauig puhli t ru
uperiorquaiitiee over any otner preparation in use ti '
eieaaeea the head and asalp from UmdrulT and othii
eauntost dieaaes, sanaing ta hair to grow lumrlaaily 1
giving It a rich, auft, gloaay and awcible Appearaooe, an
alao, where the hair ia looeeuingandthinuiog, It will gly
itrength and vigor to the root and rtalora ibe grorth '-,
hoee parU which have beoome bald, Oauatag It to Yield '-
reah ooverlng of hair. . "v, t.
There are huudml of ladiae and featitae,, m Meat
Tork who bar had their hir reitored hy the ue oi Oil.
Invlf;orator, when all other preparation hare failed. L '
St. liaa in hll poeaeaeton letter lnnaaiarablr leitifrhu
to the above r.ctt. rom penun of in higtuet retcul
billty. It will eUeotually prevent the hair Irom turaiL.
until the lateet period or life; and in catca wbr-rr th Lair'
ha already changed it color, th ne of the lurlgorator
will with certainly reitore it to it to it original baw, gty-r
ing it a dark, gloaay appearance. A s perfmo lot m,
toilet and a lliir Beiurativ tt la pankuUirl j-kois
mended, having an agreeable fragrance; and the gum ta '
olritiee It afford. In dreeelnj the hair, whleta, 'when mol.i
with the InvigoiBtor. oaa be dreaasd In any required
form ao aa lopreaerve it piau, vlwiher plalnjarln DUH
hence the great demand (or It by tho ladle a aUaiihoT
toilet article which none ought to be wlthont,- the prirj
place It within th reach of all, koinv -..,,.
. s Only Tweaty-IlTt Cliti
per bottle, to b had at all leipeetabl Druggliu and
' Pertsaeaa. .
L. UILLiSS wonld call th attention of rarentt 'and
Osardian to th ss of hi Invigorate, ta eaae wtm
thechlldren'ehair rncllneeio bs weak. In oat a
layi the foundation lor aoood koad of kair. t.
move any hnpurlUe that may have become connected'
with the tcalp, th removal of whioh t neoeeaar teh
f.jr tha health of the child, and tb f stars apaAaraBsa ?
litHalr. - u v. .-vAfi'..; ja tvn.
Caotio. Non enu la without th (ae-annii lOVlt
MILLS! being on the outer wrapper: alao. L. mil,
I.ER'8 HAIB INTIOOBAT0R, iTf. .blown Inl L
gaasj. n - ' " ' - i W.a . ,f ..T1
Wkolaaals Ct,56 ty ti-Mt,-snrohl ky sir lh
prlnelpM Msrehaots an Pruggiit Uuoagkeat th worlsU
uiwN vuwieut v purouawr qy vxv quuntirjr.
- Illisdoaire t prsee&l td the Anarioaa Psbllemy-irtS
VZW Am) ULPE0VED IS8TAJTAJfZaT7
LIQUID HAIR DYE;
n it
which, after yeara ot clenttno experlnftnUng,' I ha1-
pru.Km mv iwimivni a uj Buna or nrown Inaaantly
wltbxmt Injury to th Hlr a Skint wanaaUaV tha heAA
srtkl of thokuidlnexutance... . a ,
, , ,;. PRICE, ONLY M CENTS:,.
Depot, 66 Dey tftr. New ' York!
ootWdAwli. w " -ro '- -v" -
OPTICAL INSTITUTED
' '.-' ta)
'rite Best Artificial . Ilslp . ta tke
u. 11 u mnn in,i t ever lay Ajntcel. ,
4-
; I1 J08EPH Br'PERtEr;,
PRACTICAL SCIENTIFIC lOPTipUNa.
KEUPS Tilt LARGEST ASSOKT.f
SMnt af th moat dmpr kkedw sf cuwle4
All hi Oltaae, whother for near -or far-aigfctssrsi
ground in ooncv ewnras form with the greAli-at ear,
n a to rait the Eye of all , euriog Weakne'
Diulnee or InflaramittoB f th Wye, and Imparling
treogth for long teadingtr Sa tewing.. . - .
Otuoe, la But Bute Alreet, at SelUet A Wobelor',
HuiloBtor. ",- . ' ' - ' Z
augi-dly .a.J-Jit
', ' .aa1TV
a. -c .-' . n. j . u. v "rvrr a lea

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