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COUNSELLOItS AT LAW, r
(Offlcea f Oily Jttdje,) - k! ,. .
NEW YORK.
Bant tot-, . , .
S00' luZl'm'"M" T- 8"Plor Court. '
: Hob. 11. . Payne, leUnd. 6. 1 ' '
Hon. U H. Hunter, Lancaster, O..' ' . i '
0f9ta ., . , t
Attorney and Counsellor nt Law,
iao
NOTARY PUBLIC,
OFFIOl Jfo. 57. Hiail BTRBKT, ODE0N BUILD
INO, oppoal(elhBnieHoue. ,rur
Oolleotlon ind other matter promptly alleniltd to.
fereneu girta when required. '
noTB-Iy
i (LU of Philon'i XiUbllihrnent, K. T.,) 1
PHOPKIETOK OF TIT R E tf TO II K
n-.if "ble Bhi Inr, Uilr Cultlor, Bhampoonlnr
Curling tndSreMUif Saloon, ... 4 , ., .7
. South HIah Qt.,' over Bain's Store, '
hmtUlteUon will be given In 11 th Tarloai
.ty1to!",;lI", Chllldre', f'lr- Oreealng don. In the beat
C ALT HOUSE,
:Ko.'178Norta High' Street,' "
. COLUMBUS, OHIO.
IHwSH'"
SmSS ihi S,iV,Sk of th. train.,
ping p!o. tt" dMlll,!,"y convenient atop-
Of tt7".frn7.,?,,P.,,-a11 !,8,r,0'.,hlWfif
NATIONAL HOTEL,
v MBA CmOH DEPOT,
'(DOLTOBUS, OHIO.
ite TvmT?jsrcTL,xEi.
TBRM8...
oct23-3m
..ONE DOLLAR PER DAY.
F. A...B. SIMKDI8,
Attorney at iiaw
AND NOTARY PUBL,IC.
Offlot-Aabo. Snlldlng , oppctlt Oipltol Square.
' . . , OOITJMB0B, OHIO,
Attorney & CounseUbrVt Xaw,
MARIoKHlqi
c. lilley
-And, Blank-Book Hanuaturer, :
-iJrtEtS--HI0B F.coxnjaui, ohio
E A tQ JTA S S "W OH K S.
rrr Earner SpMntf- Water Xt.r, I
ind Manulketnrer of nrwu and Composition CuUnst
i . 'Inlahfd UmWorkof allDeecrlptloni. ,
ETeHroTTIating. andTGHdiVg J
.uST ENCiL CUTTING, &C.
CoJnmbnsJYjioIcsale LiqnbrSforc
LACELLE ROSS & CO.',""
: COMSIO;; MERCHANTS,
IMPORT ERt AND USAIBB IK 'r i
r Foreign and Domestic Wine. Branfllei,
r A1l to Ml' '1 ' ' 0 . t"l"' !;Ti.invi' ,
vnf';-.: fco tttt ALSO, i'..iiri(tMi"i.K'"( (
,(.$.Lp RYE, JONONGAIIELA ft BOURBON
1'i tj .7''rT fM'ln
IS KY. T r,r: S!rr j ,
'IC& 224 SOUTH HlrtlfST..
'WARBHOrJa ARti'
i ii rnT.TmfTmr htnrri ' ' " i
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VWEflRESTiEAUX:
Vr,l (gffocBgiOR T6 MotCEB fc EESTtBA'O.t) "
' ' No. 106, ; Booth ; High; Stree
QoXjXT3M:33TIg3;:
GROCERIES, PROaUClt
foreign; tod Domestic ;Frait3,'(
f LOUR, JAI.T, LIQUORS, ETC
;"8tcnAtiEc6
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iiOiAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
The LateitThfl Lftrrt.'ni BatJ
i m.i , . . " ,
tnoapest Eecause the- Best.t
,1W 1 . LiV . i m. . v. " I.
Tb
Moat Hollabla
Standard Au4
thorlty of tbo Enirllih Laniriiasre.M
O bJtd4;JCmtmi KiwxUort'ot Ohio
"THIS BBBT INQIiIBII DI0TIONAET EXTANT.
trary JTorymAr. I
J'IIe. re npwr.li of nundrea'tioui'and Wdnli
WJioee mnltlfwloo meanljlfl ;nfl dolvtlon, torather
With flieh correct epelllog,nd'pronnnlalloD ire clerl
."WV W ft.Jj t .Y I?! -i .7 oil'
Wnoidtiart Commtrr.ial.
Btad th4 Dioltimi of tho iftmJer of tU Ohio Stalt
I T I. 'I 2(W)f' iIO0i8WfI. i
The nndenlpied, memhen of the Ohio 8Ute Teeeher
iMjoolatron, 4mrnd-fhnt() nas In 4echlBr, wrltlnt
n pealrtig,the iorth6(frmphi( Dt .pronlnolattok of
wrceitw ueyri Qnerto otioiiry. an ire molt eor
il K ninend It the moat reliable itandard aur
tnotltT of th CatUab UaOage, aa It ia now wrl ttrn and
Lorim Axwrvi, Pretldeot Kenyon 'College, t
LaaoaTT, irjerhTtendent Xanearllle tchoola
M. I.'Oowneaw.enpPiibiro.gcfcooli, Binduaky.
Joiiii Lvmch, Bup't I'abllo School, Ciroletllle.
. nUI. n . II A VrV Knn't MU1 n. Ilnlnn lhnnl.
ilcvelasd lenal. Seminar
leSeLfcl.l.MUEnloo.
iWM. MimiulL In nit DMU'
John Oomh, Principal Blale Normal Bchool, Ulnnel
Mk' i . . . . i . ' r
Crc1iiow,FMnclpl lcrortli Iotermedte BchooL
Cincinnati. 7
Kioan, Pr1nclrl-eNely Hornet HelieoH
u T. xarruf, Prof. Mathematlc, Ohio Unlvenlly.j
I W. KDwnBnp't Tmrf Vnk BchwM. ' ',; i
mjv - i
i. A. NoRToif, Anoctate Principal High School, CleyJ-led,'-1
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BO. 1 . f ' , I I
IiiB)o"BTiEUa, irliiclpl Hlh Iclieol, Ofcrd
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K. t, nmu-roK, Principal OleTHand Initllnl.
A. 6ARrwL, Preident of Klcctic Inatltute, vi
ram
W. L. Eltlri. Prnf. ef nfirnl.tri). Wlhtn' W.l..fi
nnrrenltT. V ..
H H. Biknrr, Ex Cemmltaloner of Common School,
Unit Mormon, Prof. Rhetoric, Oherlln College.
Tnoa.Uiu,Preident Antloch Oolleie.
O. W. 11. fjATnilAHT. Pnf. ll.lh.Mall.. TTIrli
.iHVUIiVRILUDi . .. . I
fc.l TV..
Dayton ' CK"utAV0n' ttot- iMguage, High School.
. M. BiiBtk, Bnp't Union School, Ashland.
iforv AM ia IlaniWtA nVu PvtiMtn nt run.
qi, jyoftuor; Author i and IHttUtguitM fductr
tor$, hav mdorttd lAt abov tniimmt. .
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGE3 IN OHIO.,'
MAirrrt Colhoi '"It U tml a maim(riunt n,v.
an honor ft the author, th. publlghori, and the whole
ountry." Preldent Andrew.
Omo WawuTinTJnTimiTT.""UeiceedsWeipecta-
Uon. -It Will be mi enldo In arthosrrahhv und nrmiiil.
elation, and will often be conaulted by me for it neat
and accurate dellnltlon." Preldent Thompson.
W. R. Bcitcno Collio. "Heretofore we haveuicd
Webater'a orthography. At a recent meeting of our
'f'7' U WM doi'll t ohaoee it to conform to that
of Worcester' Royal Quarto Dictionary." President
Qarfield. .
tf WnMVi nt
oordlal approbation." President Hltchoock.,
Onuim Cotuan. "It more 0111 meet my expecta
tion. I recommend It a the aundanl auiii.r.i i
orthoepy to my children end my pupil." President
Aim oca CotXIOl. "I adont and atm In km In Im.i..
Ing, writing and speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Worcester' Koral Ouarto Dlotionarv."
President Bill. 1 , I ,j ,i . ; ;
"In all m"wrltln. neakln..nd tfarhln. t hv n.
dearored to conform to the rule for orthography and
pronunciation a contained In Worcester's Dictionary.''
Horace Mann, late President.
Kurron CoLLasn, GiJieirR. "I molt cordially recom
mond Uaa the moat reliabl. Itandard autborttr of the
Bngllsh languag. aa) it I pow written and spoken."
President Aidrewa.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Stt. Anion Smyth, CommUHoner of Common
. ' Hekool in OMo.
"Th. Dictionary I an Imperishable monument to the
learning and Industry of Its anthor, and an honor to the
world of letter. The mechanical eiecution I far supe
rior to that of any other Lexicon with which I am ac
quainted." ' - - -
From Hon. IT. B. Barney. K Ommlnlon&r of
... . UchacU in Ohio. ,
"The most reliable atandard authority of th. lan-1""-.."
. , -. : i
Zjeodina; NewepapcrB of Ohio Say
. Iron P14 GUm&oynA Herald of March 28.
' Th. orthography of th. Worcester Dictionary I tint
need by moat, If not all, author of distinction In this
country and England, and conform to the general usage
01 ordinary wnier. anu speaaera.
Whatever prejudice may have existed previously, a
careful study of thl volume will invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add It to th. well (elected library, be it large or small,
It lea library In Itself, and will remain an imperisha
ble record of the learning of It compiler.
'Iron A OlnotnnaU Commercial of April SO.
Her. are upward of hundred thousand words good,
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meaning sod
derivation, together with their correct spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work 1
unquestionably the greateat Thesaurus of English Words
ver publish
iCd.;
from the Cleveland FlaindeaUr of Sept. SO, 1S60. i
Evidently WoicxstiV Rovaj. Qdirto Dicnomav U
not only the last, but the st work of the kind ever ta
wed, and can. b no possibility snQer by comparison or
controversy. 1
. From the Toledo Blade of Hay SO. '
At "to noKOKCunoit, WoKctarxtt is th Btakwrb
followed by our best author! In definition h leaves
nothing to be desired, and in OaTHoaniniT. it I sufficient
ay that WoRcnT. can be aafely followed.
INGnARI tc BRAGG, . ;
PkMllioriRoakiellora8tatlanera,
NO. 101 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO, j
,mai9. ... .... - , . ,
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT !.
like Insurance company,
OF , j
Dividend January 1,180 1,45 ier Cent.
ASSETS..
' Statement January
..,12,550 50.
Is ISOls
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 18G0 $1,400 .162 39
Recalled for Premium dur- '
ing the year 10... 4763,053 55 1 --
Received for Interest during
th year I860 214,014 19
Total receipt for 18C0. .'.. 977,007 74 ' v
Paid 0 lalm by Death.967,050 00
Paid Policies surten- '
dered 41.111 2!l . . . .'
Paid Balarie, Pot- , . ( ; '
age, raxes, ex-
chanee. etc 3I.C20 54
Paid Commission to
Agent Sl.TOI 30 . .
Paid Physician' fee. 5,1X18 75 : ,
Paid Annultle ' 1,517 00 '
Paid Dividends dur
ing th year 100,500 73 505,091 63 411,976 14
Nat Balance January lt, 180l..;..... ,,.1,813,558 50
A8BBT8.
Cash on hand (0,0364 10
Bond and Morttraaea on Real
Estate, worth double the . - , 1 -
amount loaned..!.. 8,327,841 08
Premium Note, on Pollclea
in lore, only drawing 0 per ,
eent. interest 1.970.864 17 1 1 ' 1
Real Estate 00.803 87
Loans on Borlp 8,031 44 ,
Premiums, Notes and Cosh, 4n
coune ot traqsmlsslon. ... 45,343 75
Tt! Aet. .. .;.;(.-.....:;. ,u. S,8ia,550 50
T,ST5 Policies In fore, Insuring.. 190,420,538
1,435 new policies nave mod Dined during th year.
After a careful calculation of th. present value of th.
outstanding Policies of the Company, and baring th.
necessary araou! In rexrv liwrefor, th. Director,
hart declared a Dtvinmo of 45 per oent. on th. Premi
um paid nt lb. table rated, to all policte. for lif. In force,
isiueu prior vo 4uury , touv, payaoes accord Uig to th
present ml. of the Company.
Rate for all kind of Lit. Contlnnnote. Praanaei-
uaes, BUtemenU, and Appllcatlona, will be furnished
withqdt CHiaaa, at th. Office or Agendo of the Com
pany, t t-ypz, , ---! 1 " - -? - -
s t a Jiuex. u. i-AiicKBun, president. 1
. L. 0. 0R0YER, Vic President.
BINJ. 0. MILLER. Secretary.
No. 4 Johnson Block, :
?whW,I801.,ry.-ri: v - . s v - Oolnmbu, 0.
PLAIN .AND riOCBEn BLACK
- DRBBB SILKS, of ev.r..X ii. -fc J.
asaonoMnt in th. city, and at aogt reasonable rate. ,
.r . ,, ",: ":;1L ' ' "aim bon,7
apnu - a. BoalkHlghrtrM , !
t;Ht;i '
1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
J t i'.: -j ti ,
Connecllng it Oreatlin. with th. PITT8BDEOH, FT,
TTATira ktmiCAOaTIATtEOAD i
r rm&wrgh, JUtUUhljiUa ini SatUmon. Alit
for fort Jfttynt and (ftfeago f
ConnoctlnKit ClMelaftd'ilth the LAKS BItOKB BAlV
a- -, .... tin i n t
For IMinuirk, nnffalo, Albany, Ho
TWO -TRAINS DAILY,
I ! I: Ti 1 - ' il '
EXCEPT SUNDAY,
From Oolumbus, In eonnectlon with Train on th.
Anu jki,niA HtlLUOAINI.
I i' ' 1 fc..- "1
FIRST TRAIN.
NIUHt BXPBKBS Leave Oolumliiiii nt'x!r,n Aa MJ-
will leav. passenger at air MaUoo. aroa at D.lawart
uanllngtos, mi'li anile. a mtH tatttm Worth of
alia. and atafl other .tAtlon. nn.n
vicToi.Du i w:u a. m., uunairk 4:vm v. 41., Buffalo
'; P-M., Albany :IS A. M., New York IS M., Button
l.iU I t 01
' ' ". 8B0OND TRAIN. '
NEW YORK EXPRESS-LeaveaColumbosatMiP.
M.; will leave patarager at all nation. Greenwich,
Kochester, Columbia and Olmsted being Flag nation,
this train will not atop for passenger except upon sig
nal. Arrive at Cleveland 8:30 P. M.. Dunkirk 3 A.M..
Buffalo 4:35 A. M., Albany 4:15 P. M., Now York 9:50
K Oa, J3U.IOD ii.W A. H.
CONNECTIONS.
At Crettlln. with Pittsburgh, Ft. Wayn and Chicago
Railroad for Pittsburgh, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Alao for Chicago.
At Bh.lby, with Bandnsky, Mansfield and Newark Ball
road, for all point 011 that road. Also for Toledo.
At Crafton. with Cleveland and Toledo Railroad for
Toledo and Chicago.
At Cleveland, with Lake Bhore Railroad for Erie.
Dunkirk, Buffalo, Nw York and Boston.
Patent 81eeping Car are run on all
Night Trains to Chicago, flew
York .and Boston.
- t ,
Baggae ChecJctd Through to Ken York and Bottom
rin Cleveland; alto, to Philadelphia and
Hero Yarkvla CreeUint.
' RETURNING.
Night Express rrlvcsatColumhusat... 1:30 A. M.
Cincinnati Kxpresa arrives at Columbus at 1:30 P. Id.
Fare a Low aa by anyotber Ken to.
Atlc for TickrUvia Crtttlinetr Cleveland
E. 8. FLINT,
buperintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbus, Ohio.
Colombm, Nov 1G, 1801.
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AND rit on
LONDONDERRY, 1 GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and.
KTEWTOrilX.
Th. Montreal Ocean Bteamshlp Company' flrat-clas
full-powered Olyde-bnllt Bteamera sail every Hat.
urday from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
United State. Mall and passenger,
NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, . ANGLO-SAXON,
. NORTH BRITON. HIBERNIAN.
CANADIAN, NOVABCOTIAN
Ml or tost, Cbeapewt and QuickC. Con
voyuuee iron .
ASTESICA TO ALL FASTS OP XtTBOPX.
Katea ot Pawngs to Europe,
930, &90.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUEBBO every Matnrday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mails and
Paasengert, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
10l'hese Bteamera are built of Iron, In water-tight
compartment, carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
very attention I paid to th. comfort and aooommoda
tloa of passenger. Aa they proceed direct to L0ND0N
DERY, tk.jieat risk and delay of calling at St. John'
la avoided.
Glasgow passenger are furnished with ran passage
Uoketa to and from Londonderry. .
Return ticket granted at reduced rate. i
Certificate Issued for carrying to and bringing out pas
sengers from all th. principal town of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by thl line of steamers, and
by th. WASHINGTON LINE OF BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool .very week.
Sljrht Draft far C and upward pay
able in England, Ireland, Scot-,
land or Wale.
'For passage, apply at the Office. 23 I1ROA1).
WAT, New Vork, and 19 WATEIl ST.,
Liverpool,
' BABEL 4t 8X1BLX, General Ag.nti,
Or to- - J. RARMSTRONC,
nolO-lydAxw Poit Offlce.Cofnmbus, Ohio.
GUEHNSEY'S BALMI
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REMOVES AND PREVENTS I N
' flammation and pain, and heals th. wont burn,
scald, bruise, cut or fresh wound of any kind, prevent
welling and pain from bee ding, mosquito bitest and
poisonous plant, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague in the
breast, salt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It will
positively cure croup In children, and give Immedlat
relief In Uie worst easer of tit terrible complaint) also,
remove hoaraeneas and or throat. ; Price, V ceats.
bottlo. Should be In eve ijhonae. For sale by Drug,
gist and Storekeeper." IRV1NBT0NE,
Bole Proprietor, H Spruce tt .New York
ooWdatwIvia - .
No real Justice can be don. the above nrenarntlona
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphleuU
oe iouuu wiin an aeaiera, or win do sen ay Proprietor
on demand. Formula and Trial Bottle sent to Phvsl
eiana, who will And development in both worthy tb.ir
acceptance and approval. . - .
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities' or
curiosity prompt to a trial of the above reliable Rem
die.
For ) by the usnn! wholesale and retell deiler
everywhere.
JTOIIN I,. HI7NNE WEIiEi Proarleto
, V OHtlllBT AND FHARMAOIDTIBT,
. No. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boaton, Mais.
Robert at Samuel. N. B. Mamie. J. R. flnnk. J. u
Denig, G. DeniK h. Hons, A. J. Bchueller dt Bon. AienU
lor Columbus, Ohio. nurl-dlr
- . Baltimore Clothing Honsc ,
HESS xtxxim.
: wNorOTtntnta awo wboimu vnuaa or
READY-MADE CLOTHING
. No. 308 W, Roitimore-strectv",
.,, ''( (aiTWMW inUTY 'AKU HOWARD,)
mi UAL.TIATORE, aid
it t-.y! 'rr: ,i . i ; , .. i . ....
A UrgiAiaortmsnt of Flee and Furnish tuf
. .Oood Cenatantly oa Band t V
i OotSSdly .. , -,. -.. . . , ; , . t v ,
- r. ladies' iiaon : Pocket-Handk'fli, j
HEinirrEDS)TITCnEDl.INEN HAND
- - Embroidered Llnao Handk'a all prices.
Hemmed Btltohedand plain do, do. ' .
..., ..Jo colored border.
Moumlnf do black border
. do. . . -do newalvl.croaeatltahed.
Pin. Apple do i ' .' tew pattern. ... j
MlsteV Plain and Hemmed Stitched do all price. 1
Comprising th moat aeleat akortmnt Ih th city and
,t."J,t.p''", - 'i. ' bain j son, (
feb1 v r T T r; ; Ha W South High Street, j
RO N NE T S , RIBBONS TABS. ANA
sBflaw
' ' T(i.tlBoatlaHlgfc C,
"trry
r r.'
Winter Arrangement.
Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinn(ltl,'pajtotf ft XhOianaoliii
-r
i u-t il i! .. i ,if,.' "i i !.:: i"-t
Through to lndIanDolH WlthOMt Change of Cur,
; and but Pne .Qtiioge of Can between.,,
!.! i it -.-.! Colunib'u to4 6t Louis.', " '.
On and iAl" tf -Monlay, November
.' 1861. "j
i 1 r it - : . .
Four Trains Daily from1 Columbus.
'j a'.- . i ' .... :- .
'NfanT EXPRBBI, tl Usyton, at S a. in., atopplng
at London. XenkU Dayton. Middle twa and Hamilton.
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m.; and at Dayton at
5:05 a.m.; connecting at Cincinnati lor Louisville, Yin.
cenne. St. Lout, and all paint Bouthweeti arriving
at St. Louis at 11:30 p. m ; connecting at Dayton for
Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terra Haute, Chicago, and all
point west; am vie g at Indianapolis it 10:40 a. aa.
" . rSEWNtRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION af50a. m., stopping at all ata
tlona between ColUmbua.ClhctnnaU and Dayton, a
riving at Cincinnati a 1041 a. a., an at Dayton at
8:3ii . an. I. eonnectlcg at Olncinaatl with Mall Lin
Steamboat for Louisville, an,Vt Jaysa 4nt Indlaaap
oliseodUie.We.- 5r'-, . -.. ,
THIRD TRAIN.
EXPRESS at 1:55 p. m., (topping at Jeffenon.'ton
don, Charleston Xeola, Corwln, Morrow, Bo, Lebanon,
Foster", Lore land and Milford, arriving at CincinnaU
at 0:45 p. d., at Dayton at 5 p. m. j connecting at OIn
with the Ohio and Mississippi Train for Louisville, Yin-
cenne,, BL Louis, etc, etc., arriving at Bt. Lonls at
10:43 a. m.; connecting at Dayton for Indianapolis, La
fayette, Terr. Haute, Chicago and all point West. ;
FOURTH TRAIN.
. MAIL at 4 p.. m , (topping at all itatlon between
Columbus and Cincinnati; arriving; at Cincinnati at 9:t5
p. m.
TO For further Information and Through Ticket,
apply to M. L. D0IIERTY, Ticket Agent. Union Depot,
Oolnmbna. '
P. W. 8TRADBR,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
. JN0. W. D0HBRTY,
Agent, Colombo,
. . , S. W. WOODWARD, .
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Columbus, Nov. 10, 1601 .
1861.
1861. EAST.
1861. EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UN II E D.
CONNECTING AT PITTSBURGH! WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
OFFER THE
Hborteat, lnicket and Moat Do Ira
Die laouie to ail Eastern Clue. ,
Trains Leave Columbus aa follows
VI.mLLMRt, -
vu rrxusmviLLt,
marnlnir
Expre. .
Vast lini.
M.'K3J P.M.
4:00 A. M. 3:10 P. M. ' 4:00 A,
aaaira tr itxia
0:40 P. M.
jRRiva at riTTSBonori
2:45 A. M. 4:10 P. M. 10:00 P. M.
iitarv at iiiiiB0 .
,lr.l,. 3:10AM. 8:15 A.M.;
10:40 A. M.
4:10 P. M.
3:10 A. M.
. Akiiva a baltik oaa
8:30 A.M.
8.20 A. M.
1:40 P.M.
ABR1VB AT raiUPILPDIA.
S:S0P. M. 7:40 A.M. 12:50 P.
7:40 A. M.
M.
kkw roax via auintowk, h. v. i
:i:0OA.M. 0:50 P. M. 11:00 A.M. 5:00 P. M.
VIA rnibADIU-HIA
10:15 P.M. 1:45 P.M.
1:45 P. M.
015 P. M-
via aluittowh. -Paaienier
by thl line reach New York In advance f
any Northern rente. ,
12:35 P. M. train I the onlv on. from Oolumbua at
Uhls honr, and th only train by which puseoger can
nKUNiunviiDr nasmnRion uui following oay, and
arrive In Philadelphia or New York before dark. i
XO'Sleeping car on all night train. j
The Only Route from Colflmbu to
Baltimore, Philadelphia or
. New York . w t ; ! '
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF'CARsi
Thl train alao connect at Bellalr with th Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad.
TTTThl route I 30 MILES SHORTER lo Plttsbnnrh
and more than 100 MILES SHORTER to New York,
than Northern line. f
D7 Baggage Checked Through to all Im
portant point East.
O" Ask .for Tickets via Bellaire or Stcu
benvillo. 4
H7 Tickets Good over either Rout.
- JOHN W, BROWN,
General Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R.
IRA A. HUTOniNSON, ,
General Ticket Auont Bteubenvllle Short Lin.
Columbus, Nov. 28, 1801. ... .
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REMOVAL.
WIIUAM H. RESTIEAUX,
dealer; in '
Groceries,"
.-. Produce, ,
' Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors, ;
Fruits, ete'eto.",'
HAS REMOVED BIS STORE FROM i
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
1 ' I
TO j '
. No." 106, South High Street, i
The old (tend recently occupied by.WM. MoDONALD
He U la dally, receipt of .;,,, -r. V 4
NEW AND FRESH COODS
Which hwUlll .-.j
Cheap for Ca.h or Country Produce.
XXj floods delivered to City trad free oIchargr.Ql
ly - ," ' - - ,
Willi nm,A;: ca-iii
; COLlinBUB, OHIO, !
AGRiCULTURAi WAREHOUSE
' "' DEALER HI ' ' " '
GENERAL HARDWARE.!
KAILS, GLASS, BASH, rDTT,!, 00RDAQ1, .
Ouai, PItol, Wood Willow War,
atharasd Rubber Belting, lac Lcathei, Eom tad
atafv : r,7 bl-dly .
flOhio.
; --r
i . - 'A-
unit ,
rally, per rear..
0 00
Tri-Weekly, peryrar-
t1' w4'AJlWlva MMV erda..
v 4 UV
1 00
A Bachelor's Love Marking.
You would liave kifctrn It lor bachclor'a
tbe moment you jra, yooV bead la the Boor!
Blue, spicy wreathe of cigar emoke circling up
to the ceillng-i-newspapere under the table
uaat'le eoap in the" tiny bronze cafd receiver
Uppers on the mantel-piece, and eenornl confii.
Ion everywhere' 'And yet Mr'Thorobroolre
poor, ueiuuea mortal aoiemtur btllered that
hit room was In ho Inest perfect order P'or
hadn't he poked th empty champagne bottke
uuuer sue qo, ana irni ine wood box to keep
mew BiinjisDj, anu naofr' Dig mottling gown
urrr eu uainp luwwis, anu auBiea me anhe
sprinkled beartb with his boat allk pocket hand-
ercnici7 ' Ue'd like to-see a room In better
trim than thatVgul he would! And now be
waa mending hlmielf Bp preparatory to going
oalllng; to call od thai very prettiest girl in tbe
town. Jiot that he was particularly fond of to
needle, but whea a fellow's whole foot goea
through ' tbe nortbeiaii to of hta nocking, and
mere ianrt a duhod od uia ahirt, It la time to re
pair damage. 1 -"' " i t ; - "
Now, a Mr. Thorutirooke'a whold stock of
mduatrlaf Implement eonalsied ol a lump of
wax, a cDormoua pair oi aoiaaofa, and one
needle, the mending didn't progress rapidly.-
Mis wav Of mamglug lha batbasi
necetaarll involved aome delay; be bad to cot
an tnose ueeiui Dttie appendages from another
ahirt and aew them on, and next time, when tbe
aeoona enirt waa wanted, why, it waa easy
enough to make a transfer again. See
what It ia to be a bachelor of genius, it
never occurred to Dim to buy a few button
extra! ' r
"Buttons are not much trouble," said Mr.
Thornbrooke' to himself, as he wined tbe tier-
apiration from hla browj "but when It cornea to
ooat aleevea, what in tbe mischief la a pcraon
to doT I haven't black thread either," and be
looked dolorously at a email tear juat in bla el
bow, where aome vioioua nail bad caught in tbe
broadcloth- "A blatk pin may do for to-oiebt,
and to-morrow I'll aend It to the tailor.. The
fact la, I ought to be married, and ao I would if
I only dared to aak Lilian. O dearl I know
ah wouldnct have me and yet I'm not ao cer
tain either if I could only muster tbe courage
boldly to pat the question! But jast aa eure aa
1 approacn the dangerous ground, my heart
falls me! And then that doddt Jonea. with hia
curled muatuche and hair parted In the middle,
aiwaya nuugtng around Lilian and quoting poe
try to her. II I could have the privilege of
kicking blm across the street, I'd die happy!
He tan't bashful, not he! If anmebodv would
only Invent a new way of popping the question
something that waa not quite ao embarrass-
Unr hero gave hta black?, bios!v curia an ex
tra brnsb, aurvered bimself critically in the
giasa, ana toen, witn a deepaigb, eet forth to
oall on tbe Identical Lilian Ravmond. reaolvinc.
as be bad done a thouaand tlmca before, that if
pornaps may be
ud: tbe baehlulneES Of bachelors!
When Mr. Thornbrooke arrived within the
charmed precincts of Mr.. Raymond's hand
aome parlor, velvet carpeted, chandeliered
with sold and ormula. crowded to tha vert
door with thoso charming kolck knacks' that
only a woman' taate provides, Mies Lily waa
at aome- in a oewiiaermeot or pink merino
dress, edged with white lace around tbe pearly
ahouldera, and a crimson mosa roae twisted in
her aoft brown hair. She never looked half ao
pretty, and thack Providence, Jonea wasn't on
hand for once In hla life. , But, what . waa al
most as bad, Lily's const n waa there a tall.
Blender, black eyed girl, with arched llpa, and
cneeaa aa rea aa a spiizenberg apple- O, how
Thornbrooke wished that Mies Esther Allen
waa at the bottom of the Red Sea, or anywhere
else except in that particular parlor. And then
her eyes were ao abarc b hadn't been doing
id agreeaoi more wan lour annate, and
half before ihe exclaimed:
'.'Dear me, Mr. Thornbrooke pray excuse
me Dot wnat on eartn ia tne matter with your
eiDow." i '
Mark turned acarlet tbe traitorous black pin
bad descried its pobt. .
"Only a compound fracture In mv coat. Misa."
said be, feeling as though Jiia face might do the
duty of Mr. Raymond's chandeliers put together,
'you kuow we bachelora are not to be exempt
Irom auch thinga." s ; ' .
"Hold your arm, ait , and I'll aet all riant In
one moment,'! said Either, instantly producing
irom a secret recasa in ine loiua or nor areas a
thimble and needle, threaded with black ailk.
and setting expertly to work. , , r.
"Ibere, now, consider yourself whole." '
"How skillful you are," said Mark admirioe-
ly, after be bad thanked ber alncercly. "But
you have ao many little concerns to work with.
have only a needle and aupie wax beside my
aciaaora!" -
"You 'ought to 'have a hoiise-wife. Mr.
Thornbrooke," aald Miss Lily, timidly lifting
up ber long lashes In bla direction. Lily could
never apeak to Thornbrooke without a soft.
roay anadow on ner cheek.. ...
"A what!" demanded Mark, turninr verv
red. ..'.;
A houae-wlfe." . '
"Yea." aald Mark, after a moment' hesita
tion; "my my friends have told mo ao verv
often and I really think so myself, you know.
But what kind of a ono would you recommend.
Miss Raymond?" ; ' ' "
"Uh, a very pretty little concern. I'll aend
you one in the morning, if you'll accept of it,"
abe added, with a roay light on ber cheek again.
"If I'll accept It!" aaid Mark, feeling as
be were in ao atmoaphere of pearl and gold
with two wings sprouting out of hia broadcloth,
on either side.' And juat as he waa opening hia
lip to assure Mis Lily that be waa ready to
take the precious gift in bla arms then and
there, without any unnecessary delay, the Joor
opened and In walked Jonca.
Mark waa not at all oaunibalistio In hla nra-
penaitlea, but then be eould have eaten Jonea
up With uncommon pleasure. And there tbe
fellow tat, pulling hla long mustache and talk
ing the moat insipid twaddle aat and sat, un
til Mark rose In despair to go. Even then he
had no opportunity to exchange a private word
with Lily. ' -1 - " .
"xou'ii, you'll not rorget"
"Oh, I'll be sura to remember." autd ahd.
amlllngly, and ba'lf wondering at that unusual
prmaw be gavv ber nuuoV- Ladle) olten do
provide their bachelor friends ao."
Mark went nomenbe harrofcat individual that
ver trod a New York pavement. Indeed, so
great was bla fellolty that he Indulged iu vari
ous cymnaatie capers Indicative of bllsa. and
only paused in them at the gruff cnutlou of a
policeman, wno probably nkd lorgotten bla own
oonrtingdaye-i ." ' w-.v .tt.- . -1
'Come, young man, what are you about?'' ,
M Was there ever I more delicate way of as
suring me of her favorable consideration? Waa
there ever t' more feminine admission of her
sentiment? Ot course the will ootne herself an
angel, an angel breathing air from Paradls,-
obt the delirious words! VVouderin what neigh
borhood ahe would lik mete engage a reeldenoe
how aoon wonld It be best to name the day!
Oh! If I abould awake, and Bud it al'. a bli.-eful
dream!" t.,t'.-x' ;t. x i . .;..-: -. -
Early next mornlngr-Mr. Thornbrooke tat
briskly to work;"rtghtltig op things." How
ne swept ana uustea .ana sooured the room
ww aired to sol rid Ot the tobaooo amoka. and
prickled with oologhe, and beautified general
ly. At icngia wneu tb ouat wnsawept into a
eornr and covered by a earelestly (!) disposed
newspaper, he found Ahe window gla morky,
and polished it witH tuch-vtngcaaor that hi
flat, handkerchief ' and all, went through, sore
ly damaging tha (hand, and neoeMitatiut the
ungraoelul acoeaaory ot an aid bat 4e keep out
the winter .blast for the tin being.' However,
even hia "mishap didn't damp ui aplrtte, for
wa not Lily coming? . ;-i.'...;ir . -.at ; i
Long and wearily be waited, yet n,o tinkle at
the bell gave warning ef her approach.r'It'a
all her . aweat femlnla modaatj' 1 thought h,
and wa ontn r.m no f'1 L- g)rjra;:
.!a-,rj!
aal.rB'.tr?y7g0 r ierea l,iu
lufinlt, lit... . . '
( like Brovllle drum. He rushed to the door,
... , mu; BjriuuiDK OOV
with a bog. ,i ...., ,
' Mies Raymond'a comflimeuta, and ficre'a
de houso-wlfe, air." - v
"The house-wife, yon little Imp of Erebna!M
V ata at as In, iL. il . a . . .
Mark eluok back Into bla room and opened
the boi, half eipaotlog o M8.a full: dressed
'"""a UJ "sue irom it it Arabian Niabti!
but no-It waa only a little bluo velvet book
and lullof odd compartmenta, lo azore allk, con
tain ng tape needle, aciaaora, ailk, thimble, and
,1 r wo,s-,aDla 008oHea. ti .
ADd ihe oallg this a houan.arila
i !? 'uffI bltterneaj of apirit at th
downfall off hia brlcrhl llnn tj.,i- r -
a., a, ... O " - w.. w. au ft W VII
, Dpaperation gar bim- courage,' and off be
oieu to toe Uavmond maiMinn. Ii.i..t..j .
, . , - - . v,,iui,utw
'" wr it there- were forty Joneses
uw Kisiuvrs lucre. ). ; I 'VT '.i Ir'.i t r
But Liliau wa aloue, aioging at bor embrold
cry in tbe auiuhlcy wiodov ckaement.
wear jne, Mr. J'barnbrook, hi a nv thl or lbs
matter?'! ; , , ....
rerbapa itwaa tbe ahadow from th .nl.nM
crimion oaotui pliimta in tbe wludow that cava
v. iuiu uciicaie glow peniap but
w Mo.t; uu rigin aoapfOUiate. ' ' 1
"If". . I - -) I ' ' .1 . )
And maik aat dowa bt her aiiln .ml tnnk thA
trcmunDg uutitrtrg qai a.
u. . .,, u f "L m.a ?iL'gll "o. .tb i m.0yiin,L",
wasn't Ihe kind I wanted at .11
"Not the kind von wanted!"
"No; I prefer a living one, and I earn to tee
i coma cuanee it. lar.ntnna ith u..
hair and eyes something, In abort. Mia Lilian.
juo. juur pai.tTO fan 1 1 nav ItT"
Lilly turned white and then red; anillt nl
then buret into tears, and tried to draw away
ber band, but Mark bold it fast. ' :
"No, no, dear Lily: lirst tell me If I n. K...
the treaaur! ask fori" , ,
"Yea," ahe aaid. with the nretlpat
in tb world; and thtd, instead of releating the
captive hand, tho unreasonable fellow took fin..
aeaion of the other too. But aa Lily did not
object, we suppose it waa all right.
And that waa the odd oath h mhlrh M.-b
Thornbrooke diverged from tbe path of old
bachelorhood, and stepped into the respectable
rank of mutimooy.
GEORGE SAND.
HER MARRIAGE AND REMARKABLE PERSONAL
HISTORY.
Wo hive already quoted brUflr from Mrs.
Howe's excellent paper on George Sand, in tbe
last number of the Atlantic Manthl Tb.
following piFBtgea, descriptive of the marrlse
and pcouunl history of ibisremarkabla woman,
will beread with interest:
GEORGE SAND'S MARRIAGE
Aurore, at first, waa neither bappy nor nnbappy
in ber marriage. . Her surroundings were friend
ly and pleaaant, and tbe birth of a eon, a third
Maurice, aoon brought to ber experience th
keenest joy of womanhood. Before this child
numbered two year, however, ahe began to feel
a certain Diana in ner Household existence, an
emptiness, a discouragement as to all things,
whose cause ahe oould not underaUnd. Iu thia
ennui, ahe tella ua, her. husband sympathized,
and by common conaeut tboy etrove to remedy
it by frequent change of abode They vlaited
Paris, PluBbio. returned to Nobant, made a jour
ney in the Pjrcntea, a visit to Gullery, the
chateau of Colouet Dudevant. Still the dark
guest pursued them. Aurore doe not pretend
that there waaany special cauae for her suffering.
It waa but the vTid which ber passionate nature
found iu a conventional and limited exiatenc,
and for which aa yet abe know no remedy,
Tbe fervor of Catholio devotion bad, as wt
have aeen, long foisikan her; her etudiea did
not eitisiy ber; ber chtldorn abe had by tbia
time a daughter wereyotin Infancy; ber bus.
band waa not uokld.but indifferent, and tbe obje-:t
of indifference. She occupied hertelf with the
business of ber estate, and with the want of th
neighboring poor; but ehe waa unsuccessful in
administering her expenaej, and ber narrow reve
nue did not allow ber to give large satisfaction
to ber charitable impulses. After aome years of
seclualou and effort, abe began to dream of liber
ty, of wealth in a word, tryiog her fortunea in
Paria- She felt a rawer within her fur which
she bad found no adequate task. She apeaka
vaguely, too, of a Being platonlcally loved, and
bvlog In like manner.absent for moat of the year,
and aeen only for a few days at long intervals,
whose correspondence bad added a new influence
to bar life. ' Thia attenuated relation was, how
ever,. brolceu before she made her esaiy of a new
life. Her half-brother, HippoMe. brought to
Nobaut a babit of joviality which aoon degene
rated into ohronlc intemperance; and though ahe
doea not accuae ber husband of participation in
tbia vice, or, indeed, of any wrong toward her,
ahe yet jnukca ua onderatand that an ocofaiooal
eacapo from Nohant became to her almost a mat
ter of neceasity. She, therefore, mad arrange
ments, with ber husband's free consent, to paaa
alternately three montba in Pari and three
months at home, for an Indefinite period; and
leaving Maurice iu good hands, and tbe little So. I
lange, her daughter, for a abort time only,' the
oame to Paria iu the winter with the Intention 1
of writing. . ,--,
HER MALE ATTIRE.
Her hopes and pretension were at -first very
modeet. It bad been agreed that ber husband
ahould pay her an annual pension of fifteen hun
dred franoa. . She would have ben well aaii.fled
to earn a like sum by ber literary efforts. She
established herself inaamallmsniarte.aaoitof
garret, and managed by great economy to furnlsM
it ao mat aoiacge ocuid be made comfortable.
She washed and ironed ber fine linen with ber
own haoda. Not finding literary employment at
oncb, and ber elender salary running very low,
aho adopted male autre for a while, aa abe aaya,
because ahe was too poor to dress herself suit
able in any other. Tbe fashion of the period
waa favor.ble to ber deaieo. Men, wore lona?
equare akirted overcoats, down to tb beela.
With one ot these, and trousers to match, with
gray bat and large woolen cravat, ahe might
easily paaa for a young student. . .
" i cannot express tne pietaure my boo s gave
me. I would gladly have slept with them on
Withthese little Iron-shod beela I stood firm on
the pavement. I flew from one cad of Pans to
the other. I could have made the circuit nf the
world IbuB attired, . Jicaides, mv clothes did not
foarapoiling. Iran about in all weathers, I
came back at all hours, I went to the pit of every
theatre. No one paid me any attention or
suspected my disguise. Besides that, I wore It
with ea.ee; tbe eutlre maaX ot coquetry in my
costume and phjaioguomy disarmed all suapi
oion. I waa too tll-dreased, and my manner wa
too slmp'e, to attract or fix attention. Women
know little bow to diaguie themselves,, even
upon the stage, They are unwilling to eaorifice
the alcudotness ql their waists, the emallnesaof .
their feet, the prottinasa of their movements, the
brllllartcy of their eje; and It i by all thee,
nevertheless, it ia especially 'by the look, thit
they might avoid easy detection. Tiiero ia a
way of gliding in everywhere without c.udiug
any one to turn around, and of vpeaklng In a low,
unmodulated tone which de not euu. d ' like a
flute in lb ears whioh may hear jou. Fur the
real, la order not to be i muktd e man. you
must already bavo the habitol yol nuking your
self remarked as a woid.V . a . . , "
Thl travesu, our heroine tills u, was of
abort duration; it answered the oouveoioie ol
aome months of . pjvei t,,r,d olxjii v, ta
iraoiuou uiu nu B.isa.aw-iy rO boil; leu tiara
lainr. unr n . 1 1 1 iu iiim i..,u i .y u.if.i.,...ui.A . . j .
Dim. uui. m me Kreauv o;uiig- ii:cutn.,t4Ucl i
in which aho lo-rroifud -ti,r.rf, tb disgui.e
K..,n.Uj.U .i Hk.-.in... r. V.
ifCu.Hl v .atlCPD lim UIJ.T.IHl'f,' 1., VUilUIliy 1
I i , . i r , . ' '
wi,.. ivi. uraigu, i.nui in l,r,.
. . ..... .. i i .ak.. .... a i. ..... r
waaaoou.totx.ayll koowu.40 be KItd by b1
prtcollar,
often taken foV k and somttlm,. .., d
Blf by indulging the error lu tUo-10 lv aici.tl -
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HER WORKS.
-She has aeen the poverty, and loalncerily of
society; th htl quarreled with what she
J
Uona marrlag. th god of bigotry and hypw
SJf'-fcL 07"'nn""' of opprertioa aad fraud;
?" " 'eoognlaing . the rnarrUg of
ment of order and progress. Responding to the
oho.,4 luete.nth -ceotily; she
passion abova decorum and usage. Nor would
aie'iSL's:.? DJ; w,ori,d,iConreM 3SS
tie th delicate limit, between tbeae oppoelng' vi
tal forces, b.twe.n i what we owe tooieaid
what w owe to other. n h... k. . .
pas. oo for which it Is nobl. to .uffer and saorl
fice,J there la also a deeper divine of duty, far
trau.cendlcg Ih. at her both tn eaerlfie and re
ward. To thia diclna. bn r. .
, , -, mm wmninv w an
or ua, ber later life increasingly render bomag;
and to It gentle redemption our Jovlng, pitying
hrt-;h more loving, the more pitying for
ber atory-are glad to leave her. . V
AV. tbou lonff Uhn.lnn.l . A 1.
or wonder, thou embalmer of thing moat flaet
Ing, moat preciooa, o aealed Iu thy amber
. .1 ''ThatKatnr.yrtreiii.mb.r.' ' ''
I .'. Whawaofugltivl".j r: T .
Thou haat wrought many a pcitur.of wild and
guilty pasaieu-yet metbiok thou didst alway
paint the mean aa mun. ihi..nn. .
pue. Nobler stories, too, tbou but told, and thy
lonaqelo iau pur as holy charUyand lofiy art
could make ber. Tha Mmnl.innk.t u k.
world of thy creation women are aubllme and
men weak; mav not thi thin.. w..
and Judged Lv oum UmmtA woniaa' eve?
inucn naraj ba.t tbou done? Nay .that tan er.ly
Bed kuow. The mimuni. il,. -k- .n .
of low Intrigue with bigb-flown dicta borrowed
,t,?, 'V 70r,k,' Thou rt no of "elr ort ; or,
If it be indeed tkee they seek to imitate,
"Dtclplt (xzmplar villi tmitabll .
Thy faults have attracted them, not the virtue
that redeem ihem. fihaka h..ir ... .i
and with those who have loved much, and to
whom much baa been forgiven, go In peace!
Ibe abadea of the naeu will ,.. ..
greeted Dante aod Virgil, when, thyself a shade,
tbou goeat toward them. The heart that faint
ed at rraneeaoa' sonovs will not refuse a throb '
lo thine. For there Is a gallery of great women.
great Witb and without tin. whora than mn.t.ll
between Sappho and Cleopatra, the Magdaleu
tby neighbor nor yet removed wholly out o
aight, the Mother of tbe Great Forglveneta til
Hm.iS2foZZi STiVe
by a eommllle of practical Railroad Kugineer. '.
0,.1 wi -'m" n'TtitfiTiBArr '
citl!","l2i'nl w V :"l " i6BB'.th uigb ttmiu
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Paint In bulk.
rushes of every variety & quality.
.A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIADS. '
AXES GRINDSTONES, ate
UUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, Ac
ITSIIINO TACKLE.
ROPE st CORD AG t:,
I. RATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
EDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS,
SCYTHES, dic
- SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Vable and Pocket Cattery.
laspeouUly invite the attention of til IntamUtfo my
oek ol Poebattod Table Cutiery. and ....
' NILVHH PLATED FORKS). '"
... fc. ".lb
rable, Desert, and Tea Spoons.
. Butter! Knivos, &c.;
itOaBBRa St BROV. Maaafaoair,' Warranted o b
nlrahaavy, Blectro-Plated, en genuine Atbatta.' - .
Country kferehanta, Mtcbanioa, and other,1 art farrtsed
oonllaod tnmtn any Stock, tt Its prepared to tell
'holesale and Retail. " "" ' WM A. ILL.
Oolnmbot, Ohio, May 8. iriUO . , ,
NEWARK. MACHINE WOEKS,
. '1'kiwark OHIO,' '.Y"'
rriannfarinrere of all kind of Pat
table and Htatlottarv titeam F.m
-STlBee, avjw in Ilia, Crlat. lUllle,., .
i.ASSS ioi-LXlBeaHHl B. tt . BLAjfb Y Beaten I
J S. B. DCTALl Btatmlll COLCMBCt
" -JfA CBTlt CQ- BaAnti! it SBADOBD t
u.,-, iuo.Beatenl '- t
, . Our ForUbl login and law If 111 .
as swarded tke flnrt premium af 150 at th Indiana
Stat. Fair for la6Snwr lan. A Bodleyt oa aaeoantol
Price; llghtuees, simplicity,' eoouomy o( fuel
and superior character of lumbar sawext.'
Uur Stationary Bnrln. wt awarded, al th taste Bait
the first premium of IjkiOO.
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unr g-onani Bngin waa awwroca me nrvr prmnma
smfnwuiii w, ..inr-n.
"JluL J?ltht'? wfcK,
l wijrr,ia.-t1. .,. , ,
t Treasurer;
MtwartfcOiiit
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A BHI.M. OBAN BEUHICB j IN stoOlt
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