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COUNSELLORS AX.MWf .
'" -(Offleaar0Ily!JoiIfi,);'''.
MEW tORK. ' '
Rirca .iw
bob. JUBM nonciur, N. T. Bnparlor
noaier, Moaaater, O.
3cr- a", wylhj,
Attorney and Counsellor at' Law)
aNB m
tu1
NOTARY PUHL ir
10, oppoalw lha 8t.t. Bona. .
ollaetlona and atltar awtum preiaptly atUDdtd to.
afaraaoaa glTen when reqoirtd. p 7 0 ,0
(Lata of phaloo'i Et tabliahaant, M. T )
Udtof ttd 0hIldB'. Hal, 4oni to u,,
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So. 178 North High" Street," r;
columbIs,"ohio!
Ptar pS2a. Hw datUUdi,.coBTaDl,
y.'gtyn? P " 111 ' Bighl for aoj
faaw)datarla,ltaiatlaai -'.V '-"
MATiqrJAL HOTEL,
" : i KI1B 'PHIOII B1P0I,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
TIBW..... ONI B0LLAB PKB BAT.
- f. A. B. smxrss,"
Attorney at Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. '
OSea-Aiabo Bnlldrnf, oppotlt. Oapltof lqBa!r
'' " ' '-,.. OOlOHBui, OHIO;
. L. OO230Xtig-I3,
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
MARION, OHIO."
M. C. LILLEY
I300X3L . - XHHTUJsnni
' r. lui Eajak-Book Kwittfiuituror,
IT1IIT, TOTnuW, OHIO
E AGLI5; BRASS WORKS,
r w
ad afunlaetaran of Braat and OoapodUon CuUom
rioUbad Brara Work of ill DaacripUepa.
E!ectrPIatindrG
" 8T ENClLcUTT.NC,ic.r v"
Cojanhs WiioIc3aIc.Liqaor Store
LACELLC ROSS 4 C0.; V ;
COtolSSIONV MERCHANTS, :
1MP0BTIBJ MAtlRB ilj '1 6 '
foreign ud Domeitio Winei, Bfandiei,
, i.t-". f t. . -.. aK-'!
0LDaRYf JI0N0NGAHELA A BOURDON
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w"n-1.? 4irD P'nOI.'jISdBOniH HIGH M,
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CiBlERESTIEAUX,
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No 10G, . South, High fitreeV
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KOYAt QUARTO DICTIONARY.
thtJAiMt-lht largeiV-Th Beti,
F1ia m. l ... . r
'Tli lat tua.i' (aaiara AH
(rltrf thE.(UliairBUag. ;
"TSl 'BiBT
.""lidu VIUTIUZIAST KRAUT."
. Mm MtryvUrtA
Ji 'p"dioia Bandnd fbeaand Wonh.
iL?'1 "l,,u ""ln anddarlTationa, toratbar
StbaftSj STJ ,r'"D''c',1'ro,uu'iB aackeailj
0
MiadiitJhaUUm of ta MmUw$ of Ma OUoMaU
aaaatBlgfcad, BMnbtn of tht)hIo BtaU Teaehan'
aw lallim ttHm. . i A . , ...
Sl?Jr'!rh,",n,,0l'rP,s-,d ronBnoiaUoa of
Woreaatar'i 4orl Coarto UlcUonary. and wan oat oof
VOzLWV " " relUbH atandard aa-
lOOlitr Off thai narlUk I la I- a
' -BJ- aaHaBiaB19 M It BUW WI1IICB alOU
iMt. W: HaBm Bna'l Utr.! oi
ft. i, ' "V V aMaBB-a.1V. IV UiVB llUlUOlSa I
H. BaJbTObIB. PliriHnail rilakMlMA Waaaaaila. aWIH.
V 't"x. Bop't Pnblio Bchooli, aftUBloa.
a I as r-aaa "" "T T '
NABORtPrloelpal f flprth InUraudlata Bchoo
U a . m m ... - -
. - ..n, cnp i uuiiOT union bcooom.
r ? 5"' Flnelp.1 WaNaaly ornal Bckal,
' wl -TVTA"' P,of- MathaaaUkd, Ohio trBlrarritr.
7- w- Bbwabbo, Bap't twj Cnloa khool.
. 1 f ari
RIM. ... ,-,.., .-.yt.r. I m I
A. ITokToa, AaBKialUMBal HlfhBcbool, Clara-
. aTsalrMaFrlaelpa. Olaralao'd Imtltata."
"""m.i i aiecuoinauiota, Hi'
rr .iij.7iir ' ' 1 7i . naiaTaa
. It. H . . I. Vm( t ni.. l -A a... n. ,
H. H. Baim, HxOaawlarioBarof Oobubob Bchoo la,
V" Jf0""0". Prf- Bhona, Oberlin Oollon
Taoa. Hm, Praaldaot AoUoch Oollan.
a. w. u n . . ti. m. .. . .
TJ-ViT -w , aiu.. awiv, aUiCU
- Ba M. Bam. Pntn TTnlnfi -triAAl A.VU.f
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
Bt A1IVT.1 Da. .Ma .IT. 1 . . . .
la oooorto tha author, tba pabliabara,aod Utawbola
Oaia Wbwja.ttmi jti t.
" " . 1 MMCUf UKCW
Hooa. It will ba my fatda tat orthography and proooa
claUoa, and will llaab eoiumllad by for It neat
and aeeant doflnltloni." Prealdent Xhotnpaon.
W. B. Bcuctio OoLLaoi. "Heretofora wa bara aaed
Wabatar a orthography. At a recent meeting of our
Faeolty, it waa decided lo ehaora It to cob form to that
of Woroaator'i Boysl Qoarta vkUonair." Pntidant
fiaraald. ... .
Wawnaa Batavs Ooixaoa "I find II worthy of
oordlal approtaUon." Prealdent Hitcheock.
Obbbub Ooubob. "It aura than aseeta aiy axpaeta
Dona. I roeommeBd It aa lha ataadinl aathorttylB
jrthoapy to ny thildren and ay pupUa." Preaklent
Morsaa. - . i , .
Aanoca Oouaaa. HI adopt and aim to ate la Ii '
tng, wrlUoiaad apaaktBg, thaorthoaraphy proann
oiaUoa tt Woroeatar'i Jtoyal (.aarto i teUonary.1'
I trTm all it. trrtll.. M.VIn. mnjt UmUi' T V
daaratad to oonformtto tb nilai for orthography and
pmBBolatloBBfooBtalned in WorsMtar'i Pictlonary."
Horace kUan, UW Praaklant.
KnrroB Oouaaa, Giaron. Boat eordltlly racoBa.
Bond UaaUwinaalraliakUalaadirdaaUiority of lha
Bogllih langaagaaa U la bow wrlUen and rpolcto."
Praatdent Andrawr.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
trom S&9. Amen AavO, OmmUtioner of Common
d.l . i yi i .
' Tha Tjirttanar la an ImMrlahjihl. VAAtiaaivnt B ftha
learning and tadartry of Ita aathor, and aa honor to tha
world of letter!. Tba awrhanlral azaratloB it far aopo
rlor to that of any other Lexiooa with which I aai ac
quainted." rom Eon- B.'B. ' ZVarntf, to-Ocmminiomr et
BtAooi4 tn Ohio. . ,
"The Boat reUahla itandard authority of tha mot
guaga.''.
Ijeadina Newepopera of Obio Say
Jrom Ois ClmMlamA Herald at Hank 98. - -
n - - A mm I
T "."i odlUnetlo In thli
eoontry and Bngland, and eonformi to the general aap
of ordlnan wrlUra and aDoakara. I
Tha artliAOTTUifiv Af Ih. TT in ..l.i THrtlnnaiv la Kl
Whatorar prejadicaa amy bare txliM p ran (rally, a
aarani euuy aa uu. Tsiaiawj will unriaoiy do loitowaa
by a wana appracUUoe of IU great awrita, and a dealra
to add it to the well eelested Ubrary, be H largo or aaall,
ItUaUbrary Inltatlf, and wlU remain aa ImperUha-
bla record of the loamlnc of lta ooDDiler.
Irom tt OinctnnaH OmmtrtCol of April SO.
bad and lndilTeiaut whoee BBltlfarkma BaanlDga and
aenTaiiona, togeuier witn ueir correct fptumg ana pro
nBTMatinn. are aat alaarla bafora tha ara. TLt wnrk la
BBqaeettonably the graatait Ibeaaarni of Jtngllah Words
m pobllabed. .. .... ..
trim tU CltvtUmi riaindiaitr oBft. SO, i960
TTT-ll aWadf V BaaaiAai a A HMVWMMmMmjr Vj WTj. W, lOW I
BrMeatlv Wotcmrm'i Botai. Qua to IhcnoiuBT U I
VBK fTTtAvy M IV4 Va aaTWOTS V aVUI KMM W I
mud. tad cad by go petit bllity sufftr by eonpariton or I
oootrorarty
IVaii fAa TWotio Aad 0 Jfay 99.
to onTcimcn, Woaorma ti tbi Brinuaa
red by oar beat an than; to dennlttont Be leaTOe
ag tobedenrad,aad In 0ToireT It la totBctent
Aa ta
followed
nothing ti
to BUT thai
v wcsiiwa, M)U um VKrnwn uii n I
it Woacama aaa be aatrly followed
rwasaraira - nmnr.. t. -
Pa fellahara, Boaktcllera dfc Statianart,
no. ivi lutinivn or., vi.a'aL.aiiu, vniu.
BBlS
! THB MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF
t TJ"oxv,xlx., N". J"-
INTlacna JanaaryTt 188 1 1 45 Vn Cent.
AB8ITI.. ....... ................. .......3312fl SO.
. BtaUment Jannarr U. 1881a -
Balance, par itateaant Jaa. lat, 1SC0 !, 406,582 39
BaoalTad for Premlaaui du
tsi tha nar asuv a7n.esl aa. ..-. v. i
BaaelTed tor rnttrttt daring
tna year lew ............. u,n i
Total rooalplB for le0....i77.067 14
Paid OUlaa by Peath,9e7,5 00
Paid PoUcict inrrea-
dared 41,ni W
Paid Balarrta, Port-
ago, Xazaa, Mm
chant, ata 31X30 S4
Paid OoBBlttlOB to
Arenta..... 11,315 30 5. '
Paid Phyatdaaa feat. S,B 75 .
Paid Annaltlat.... 1,517 00
Paid Dlrtdandf dur
ing the year 101,500 75 SCROTI C3 ' 411,v7S 14
Hot Belanoo Janaary lat, 1601
, A88BTB. .
Oath oa hand. ..!..- 9t,t3B4 19
Bondi and ktoitgtion Bral
Batata, worth doable lha
' aaMoal loaned. 9,387,641 8
Pramlaai Hotea, oa Pollciea
, In foroa, only drawing pot '
oent. Intaraet.... ...... 1,371,664 IT
Baal Bttat 80.8U3 17
Loaataaaorlp S.V31 44
freanlnme, Motet and Oath, la
aoaiMof Uonlrton.... 4543 75
f 3,8,J5B 50
Total Aaett
3,813454 SO
TrlTatoUelto la force, UtirlDg.l....8ft,426538
1,43$ new Polkloi hart been lamed daring lh year.
' After a oarefal calealatloa of tba proeeot raise of tha
talaUndlnc Policial of the Ooapany, and harlnt tha
aaoeniirp amount la raaarra therefor, tba Plreetort
bar deolarao a lnrraara at a par ml aa tna Praad
aaa paid at lha table ratea, to all policial for life in font,
laaad prior to J an nan' 10, PVM aooeidlng at tha
preaeat rato f th Oaiopany.
Bate tor all klnda f LUe OoBtrnganeka, Froapaot.
aaaa, Stetomente, and AppllaaUooa, wlU a farnlabad
wrraooT puiai, at the Olfica) oi Aginctee at- the Oea-
pany. '
'i IU,; B0BT. I. FATTBBBOW, Fraaidtot' J
L. 0.0B0Via,Vlo Praaldaot.
BIN. 0. KTXLKB, Boeretary. . ,
i J J '. UKBIOflSAgmi, h i
, ' ' Bo. 4 Jobnasa Block,
ararebW, J8B1. Oolaaboa,0. '
PfcAIH AN riCVatED BLACK
BlkBtl BILKi. tl mm aixto TK. aw
wirtiaanta tht eil. aadai
Pnl . . ... . Be. If fioalh Elfhai A.I
UII Be BOH.
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1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Winter Arrangement—Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND
CINCINNATI
3
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RAILROAD.
ConoecUnfatOrwtlloa with lha PrTTBBTJBOB. FT.
. VAIIll k OHIOA00 KAIL&OAD
rutttmrgk, FWatUtyU ami BaUimor,
. . . frf Tavntend (Meaao. ,
Ooaoaatlai at Olmteod wNa lha LAKI BH0BI BAH,.
HO AD
Far Ifonklrk, Bnffala. Aih.n.. a...
' ' '"i ' Nw Yarn. "
, TWO TRAINS DAILY,
BX0BPT BUHBAT,
from OolBBboa, la eonnartloa with Tnlaaaa lha
Biuauaug,
: ,: FIBST TBAIH.' '
NIQHT 1ZPBZ88 Larm Oolaaa. aim.u
wu laara paaauima at aU ttatlana. atoa xDataaua
Urdo, OlIaad-OaMaadatallaialkaaaartlial
OS P. M ii. iT I .7 ., .'. aonaia
3 3D P M ' ,,nt l Boatoa
."f-T0 "P"8B-tattaOoiuLa.a ist..
kf
Bochtater. Ool
. : Will imm ... - "
i and Obsttad brlnf JTiV aiatloaa.
T ""f paaatnaan azoapt acoa ale
BotTalo A. H . Albany 4: J5 P
P. M.. Boaum 120 A. a.
JUTrra ai uiavalaad 8:3a R. if n Lt-i. .
!.,Jfew York 9:J0
CONHBCH0N8.
B.7f'!,tifMT,lh Pu0'n,ft. Wayna and Chicago
,o2. B,S: Svl'SL'SSfc!?" ,nd
atflrift -iTL . . . ' tor Toledo.
T.ud?llalli ." Byroad for
V -. -" Mai; laVTI MllrOAd fOr If Lb.
Bunklrk, Baflaio, New Tort and Boatoa.
At OLaramUwifl aarflt. V.L. A I aa - - .
Ptt Sleeping Can are rag on all
Bight Traini to Chicago, Sew
York andBoitoa.
aWaZfJXF' 7BoiUm
RETURNING.
HiilBpreaarrlTtaatOoinBbiiat...l:ao A. U.
Cincinnati Eiprea arriree at ColsabM at 1:30 P. U.
rare aa Law aa hT aarataer Kaala.
At for TicktU tU Cfttllint CkvcUnd.
1.8. FXIBT, ' -,
Bnparistendent. Oleralaad, Ohio.
1 JAMS PAnra0!, Agent,
Co.B-w.Koy t. .0hlo.
CA5ADIA5 ft TJSITZS STATES KAIL
STEAMERS
Til aan vaan
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
irarw- ronix.
aBBBBBBaat ,
Trial Unattiaal AAaaaaa lla.-.hU ) A . .
iwnall fill 1. Ii.illl at......
- .. . viiv mwWKW
LW froat PORTLAHTi. nndn. IV,. I j i .
Dnlted atataa kUU and paaaaniara.
HOBWBflUIf, WORTH AMBBIOAJf.
BOHBMIAN, ANOLO-BAIOH,
NORTH BBIT0N, HIBBRNLAlf,
OAMABIAH. lorianorrit
Sbarteat, Chaapatt anaTQaUckcatCaa
AXXRICA TO ALL 1ASTJ of STJSOFI.
Ratea ox JPaosatce to Enrope,
K.TTL fm sort
m. r wv. oqu,
unil U1 froa WTf BPO0L arery XV
u. fro, QniBRO ererr Satard
. nunnxnonov .-ZlZZ- .
- . - "w r '
Will fl.11 Mmmmrn rVManAT . .
and froa 40BBBO arery Satardaw. aaillncat
LONDON DIRB.T. ta nnriW I . ,'1 ?'
ITPTbeaa B teamen an hoi
oompartawota. carrr each mam
rtiti tooaid to toa
of paJD r,. a. therpr
nVaV fkTX!! V-T!3"
.T!!" 'vai fliviaaa ana DOOUanO.
lJr7heaa B teamen an baill of Iron, la wator-fhrht
)vf ivbcvii DargaoB, ana
la OfflflfArt ..
DIRT t haireal rlek ami dl.. lu.. .. aT -w.,
awUed. - " '
fllaagow iiaaimeitar farnUhad with rut pane re
ticket to and froa Londoodarry.
Batom tkkata granted at reduced ratot.
OcTtlfleaaa Baaed for oarrytng to and bringtngoat pea-
angar freaa all lb prinatpal towaa of Oreat Brltataaod
."""' iwt uw latm una m aieaaara, ana
by the WABHMOTOH LINB Of BAXL1SQ PAOKBIB,
aaBBTUABJ aMTByiVV WfWfJ WWt
Slffht Drafts for Xi u4 vpwarii P7-
IU B(-i M fl BaTa tK Bi relaVaaa alCW
lvm r Wales)
For paaaaga, apply at tba One, 28 BROAD.
Wt aw Vagal, aad 1 WAT Kit
Mwarpaal,
IABEL ft IZASU, OaBtral Jgaata,
o to- J. R. ARMSTRONC,
I aolO-lydAa Pott Offlca.OolBabai. Ohio.
GUERNSEY'S BALMI
i GUERNSEY'S BALM
REKIOVES AND PBETEKTI IN
flammatioa and pain, and bealt tba wont ban,
raid, braia, cut .or fnah woond of any kind, pnrati
walling and pala froa be ittnga, Boeqalto blue, and
KlaoBooa plant, nenralrta. rbeaaattea, area in the
etf tall rheoa, ato. When takea toUrnaJly, It will
poeitlrely can croup hi children, aad glrat UuaadlaU
relief la lb wont eat of tbla Mrritle ooaaplalnt; alao
remoTot hoanenaaa and aon throat. Prtoa, IS eaata
bottle. Should be in ere ijbonoe. For aala by Bm..
glettand Btorekaepera. IBT1H 8T0NB,
' fPrti prucetltBewTorfc
.attadawlyia
Ho real Jntttc can b don th abor pnparatloni
ratbyprocarlBgaad reading detcrlpttr patapblead
foaad wiUk all dealen, or will be tent by Proprietor
aa daaaand. tsraala. aad Trial Bottka aaat to phvet
ctoaa, who will And doTaloparaa) la both warthy ttVjtt
aooeptoaoa and approraL
Oorraepoadnoa aolleitod froa all when neoeaaltlea ar
aarioaly prompt, to a trial of the aaora rallabl Beat
die.
for aala by lb Banal wholetal aad retail dealer
TrywhBa . , . . ii .;
JOimi L. IfTJlfNEWELL, Praprlata
i ' OamifT ArTD raaUlCKTmBT,
: bTo. 9 ConmariUI VaarL BoBtoa, Uais. ;
BoberU A Baaoel, H. D. ktarpl, i. B. Oook, J. U
Benlg, G. Banlg A Bona, A. i. Bchuellar A Boa, Agenti
for Oolaabaa, Ohio BjLdly
Baltimore Clothisg House.
TTTnao tts DXiTTiaj:
aUavraOTOaaBJ . WanUBULB BaallH IB
READY-IJADE CLOTHING.
No. 308 W. Baltimore-street,
t (bbtwibbI atmrr m pjowaaa,)
BAXTIillORE, ad.
A Larg-i Aiiartmatit oi Tim ab4 ramlihlDi
- 6oosB CoaitaattT ta Bui - - j '
; ladiea Lin en Pooket-Haadk'fi.
TBBXmEDtTlTOHBlLI7fB9l HINU
AJl kerchlefa, raiy wide beat. . v
i Bmbrol ired Llnea Handk'l allprtoo. .
: Banatod Btitchedand plain do, do. - '" ,
, oolorad bordara. .
atonmlng do , blaokborden-
i fi,i.J.t wiylecrotottW.
! J W aewpattama. ..
Mlem'f lata and Bammed Btltchad da all ortoat.
oapri.ing ua aoat itlect MeortoMnt la the city and
athnreat prioea.
an
BiaUB ea mi,
Ha. Bt BoaU High llraat.
TIOK1KT limano.
U .nucma, tvic. jm
, . . iAiA.aAi
aertll
mtta Wi, aaa-17 .
..NawatAaat,
I
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RAILROAD. Winter Arrangement.
RAILROAD. Winter Arrangement. Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Ciuinuti, Lifto ft Xataiaaapolirf
. i . i r : Baa la . ' - s
Throagn to Iadlaoapolia tritaoai Cbangi of Carl
and bat OrJa Cbaof t Car batwaan
CoiBrsJbai aad Bt. Lauli.
On and After laToaidaV. rTirambar
i
. .. AA. IBOX. ... ,' .
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
i
FIRST TRAIN.
FIGHT XXPBSM, Tto iyto, at t a. a., Hopping
I I nalia. Zaakw Davtam. at uiuk
arrtnag at Oiaoinnatt at 7:40 a. a.; aaAatDaytoa at
-wa.ae.i iiianaaiiaa aa laaaqaaaai tar iwmwiu.. tim.
l fa. Loaia. and, all aaaa la Baatkweati arriTtnf
Bt Bt. T-AMtfl ,1 -m
S oonneeUng at Dayiaa for
rra Haata, Ofakago, aad all
xa lauivaaa, la urataa. xarra ataata, Ofakaga,
. , .. ... ..
ruiia n-a., amring at anaiaaapoua at W. a.
a-a
8ECONI TRAIN.
A00OMM0DATI0S atSeMt. ., Uopyinf at ail ata,
tioBi aaartaa Conaabaa. riaalamil aUbnaa.
itrlaar at CloHnMif a lo- . ... : .
! " niBBaiaiak aa. iiaileaa'a arid) VaU Ida
at faytoa .for Jodlanp
alia aad the WeaU
iiiiiui rcr miiitum, aaa I
THIRD TRAIN.
daa. Obarleatoa, Xaola, Oorwin, kforrow, Bo. Ubanoa,
JrVSt '""fi d ""J". toTlTlng it OlnotonaU
to 5-or1:.'r7j; ri"-i.Mct,o."i:ia-
aaaoMK 1U Iioeua, ate ate., arriving at Bt. Loali at
lOtdi a. at.; eonaeotlnt at Baytoa for Indianaoolia. La
ayatto, Tarn Haute, Chicago tad aU rrttnteVnt.
FOURTH TRAIN,
irirr. .ti . . i.. .
" t: "vi'wb an iiauoBa Deiveaa
Ooloabat and OioeiaoaU; am ring at Cincinnati at IU
p. a.
IHPFor farther Info
K&bnf ' L B0HSRlr- IkAgtnt, Colon Depot,'
P. W. BTBABBB,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JH0. W. BOHBBTT,
Ageat, Oolaabaa,
B. W. W0OBWABB,
. . Baperintaottat, OlBOlnnaU.
OolaabM. Hor. 10, 1861. 1
1861.
1861. EAST.
1861. EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
rr
Pl.B-'-ari
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD.
UNITED.
coNintcraa at pittsbubsh irrrH thi
PeMsylyaiua Central Railroad
. . um thb '
r' Qmlekaat ail meat Den Ira.
--- . aaiwri fjlliaa,
TraloB Leare Colnmbai aa followi:
Tla BtLLMBB.
Tlx rrrtJiunTLLt.
raarntoK
3 10 P. If.
Exprea. .
ratr inn
4:00 A. If: 12 35 P.M.
400 A. M.
10:40 A. M.
4.10 P. H.
3:10 A. U.
aum r lnurar
0-.40P.ll.
bbitb at rrrmcBga
9 4SA.BI. - 4:10 P. Bt. 10 00 P. H.
akBITB AT aalltncia .
10 P.M. 3:10 A. Af.
aBklVB AT BAtrmoKB
aA.ii.
814 A- H.
f ...
1:40 P.M.
8 SO A. H.
7:40 A. At.
. Atkrea at FtrrLADKLraiA.
80 P. At. . 7:40 A. M. 12:50 P. M.
. "aWTOBgriA AtUDfTOWW, M. y.
J1.00A.M. IrSOP.M. 11:00A.M. SOOP.kf.
1.45 P. V.
til rrniDttrwTi '
10:13 P.M. 15 P.M.
1SP.M-
ia auorrowa.
Fataenian a. ihla iu .k w - , . .
" - - . .... i. mvww, .vi. I. BuTBDiCB Of
any Hortbera roato. . wbbtokwoi
P. kf. tnlh(k..l.. i
... . - . ... nvn voiobdu at
hD''f "f h which paaeagen oaa
r- . r7T,T "ii"i ta. niiawug lay, aad
irrln la Philadelphia or Ntw lork before dark.
Uj-tittiDf can oa aU night trtin.
Ta Oalw Raate) frant ralnanl..a
Baiuattara, PAIIaAelpala ar
.w Yarn .
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
TMt inlB ataA Aaanuiaal B.lt.i iab. bb ...
tod OUoB-lKad. MiUmon
lTTTWl root It 30 MILES 8H0BTBB to Pittebureh
andaara tkaa lna Mil vt nnin.. .71"; " r
tba. BortBTlaai. "
Ba7 HtTMaraft HhaWVaVf1 Tti.taiL A. .11 f
OO-O- "-vvaani AUIVUKB VJ 1U
poitulpoiottCaM.
B7 Ask for TicktU tU Bellairft or Stan.
boorUI.
IT TftkaU Good over either Roote.
J0HSW. BB0WH,
General Ticket Ageat Central Ohio B. B.
: IB A A. HTJT0HIK SON, '
, eIkfetAKtoBhortlln.-"
OolDBboi, Mot. 8, lool. -v..ui.
REMOVAL.
miXm HBE3TIEAUX,
dealer; iw
Groceries,
Produce, ' ; '
Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Fruits, etc. eta,. .
HAI BBM0TIB DI8 BT0RB FB.0M ' .
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
". TO
No. 106, South' High Street, j
Tbtolditand reoratly oocspled by.WM. MeBONALB '
HeU adallyreoelptof -
NEW AND FRESH COCDS
-Wblcafc4wUlan ' ' "
Cke.p for Catfc ar Canatrr Pradfaca.
UTJ Ooodi iellTerad to Oily trade free ar riarreTfl
tyU. - . .
WlUlAXO. JQL. O-lll
t " . ooLCKiBoa, ouioy " --!
AGmcmilllUlWAREHOIJSB
; And Seed Store, "
' BBAUTB IB -;-,(.: :."
GEHERAL , HARDVARE,
-SAiLB
vBaJIA.aUW, BABH, PTJTTT, COBDAOI, '
BmMH rutala. Waat wmaw waa,
" . . 1
aB,
anatMBflSst. lac Lwthar, Ho had
..a Ci ... - aaHPf
rxiii.
Bally, par year. M
m- weak v, parf
Weakly, par yaa
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IN
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the
THE FLOWER OF LIBERTY.
THE FLOWER OF LIBERTY. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES.
unrBi.3
O. tell a what Ha aaaa aaa- he 1
Ta Lm .1 Btl obbbb aar ,
I aaaa
la thy th riAaaran. i
. ;j . Z. ' " aalaJaJI-tW t . . , -
'" "-aaref iWrni, " '
Tha tarry f uwer of Lawrly t
I .T - ' a .-Tr-.. .. t
. In atrage Hatan'a Bar abode, - . , ..
Jtotoaaariaediwrlauiariaowed;
. Taatora-anndreeiaua04. '
'flTennttrakiiih blood,
lli. aartlrt rynnt tbook to an
Th foll-blawa Fowar ( lAbarty I
Thea kail the haaaar of the free,
,'. Th atarry Fwwwaf Liberty
' Bahold Ua itreaaUng nyi anUe
Oa alagltognd of braided light '
Tbe rad Uu 4. the Anthem ro. .
With apetleat whit froa Monhara tor H,
' nato,arltaaaan,te
Th etaier tun of Libert r ...
Tba kail the baanar of the fiea, '
. . , M mm wtmwwr aw aa iiatny I
4 n.-Bantfttofe.
' ae Itrprlngi ta bely roood;
Froa tower and don lta glorlaa epreeJ,
wt whan lone ly Motrin tread :
ItaMtbalaadMooaaafn.
And plaota aa ampin an lb aaa I
Then hail the banner of tha f nt,
The itarry Flower of Liberty I
Thy aacnd toartt.ialr Fraadom't flower,
Bhall rr Boat oa doa and tower.
To all their bearenly colon true,
loblaelaaingrroatororlatondew,
And God Ion aa at w lor thea,
Tbrloa holy Flower of Liberty! x
Thea hall the banter of the bat,
The ttarry Flower of Liberty
A GOOD STORY.
THE IMPERTURBABLE WITNESS.
Cobnal T. B. TT,n.n. 1 ...r.t ' ..r.
H.t:; 1.7, "J'' " "uaiw-TM
M""i uomoer of narptr Maaa-
tine, makei ooe of bU cbiractari tail tbla fun.
ny etory of to imperturbable witoeei: , ,
"Some years ago," nid our narrator, who
bad Terr twinkling t anil n..ht. ..a
. -a iw VUIVI
on toe end of bla noaa. anm. kn.i...
earned me lo eojoorn for a lew dtrfl In a tittle
nl.kkM... . LI.L . . ...
.j.t.iiut hiwu, waioa, iDoaga now boasting
of a nomeroui popnlalion, was at tba time of
wbiob 1 speak, possessed of but little more than
e, rude court bouse, a tavern and s blaokimltb
shop. The only toUre life the place ever
witnessed was at 'court term,' and our reminis
oencee even at this moment are mid that we
found our time anything but easy on our bands.
Tbe Judge who presided upon the benob was a
""F1"" onaracier; laminar with the
world and with tha
-bb-wvbb wa uasj teir a WIV
gether superior to tbe rude surroundings with
aVhllh KFlatat bWaWbI au.;-a.J .L. . .
n-.v- ., ww.w fBenesMwu; lot CODITMf, tDere
lore, betweeo tha maniMM nr Um ..ArM.i
- - wa uy uiwiobbjIVU
and the permanent residents in tba vloinity was
naj.Baa.yll. .m ...ili '
"J .lIlBUfg.
"At tha tlniani .hl.h r i. . 1 .1 .
.yiu, a man oj mo
"o' P-'ker.tme of tbe local dlgoluries,
bad been sued opoo an open account whlob be
denied owing, and It rested a poo tbe plaintiff,
Glass, to prove tbe Indebtedness.
"A queer iort of genim named Brlmlon, who
insde a precarioui firing by bunting and doing
Odd jObS, SS OOCajlon r.nnl.t .. Z
by Qlasa as bis witness. -
"ne prooeedlDgs of tba court were conduot-
SU. aj fiQlffht Da InnnnM l . t 111.-
u. - - --rr"l u 1 .uu b linuiK
"yi tna judgi, though a man of great natural
uaii euapoaaa w oa axasang
in bt demands upon tbe enforcement ot mare
forms, and so long as no legal principle waa In
vaded and hie dinner bour not interfered with
by but In eat, everything was as ooiy and 00m
Joruble as possible. , , .
"Alter a dav nf mnra than n.n.l
when there had raaii hn uiiki.. k.ru
tbe court wbloh oalled forth legal aoumen in tbe
y.BBuu., uanug put we duoge np I, bib met
tle; in other words, after a bard day's work
bad been performed, and judge, lawyers, st
teodlog jurymen and witnesses bad really be
come fatlanad and hnnm . tha T.,.
--p B-3 1 .HUftv " mm
on ue ooiot nf
court, tbe landlord of the tavern having open
ly aonounoed In court that a dinner of fat
venison waa nn tha uhl. it,.
mm , U MHbUlM
moment Mr. Sham. Glaaa'a l.w'.a.. h.. .nil
said: . T . ' Ti
H 'Ml? it n.AaiH vnnr TTnnna. ' M11a faf. ;
Glass, wisbes to prove an aoconnt. The only
witness in tbe ease is present, if tbe Court please
to bear tbe tettlmoov. which will not mm.ma .
moment.'
Tb Judeo. Imnatlant aa ha a?.. In iV.. ai.
ner. kaaitaud for . nnmant inI eVwriBaMil al
Tba ease was eaUed, Glass vs. Parker;' the
wiwcsb, onmion, was put on tbe stand, tbe
Jadra in tha art nf i.. vim. th. 1...
actually pnt on bis bat, and removed It to
near ue testimony which weald only 'take
moment.'
"JBrlmlon. meantime, waa dnl. aarnen. and
ssked in a familiar wiy what he knew about
the disnnted aoconnt. Vint. Inata.il r.r
asewering, he stood still, looking severely and
cpiuriugiy a. Mia Bpccutrorq wno were Dustuag
about, and nnallv.h atarln all ,
lenoe, the Judge absolutely settllog back In bis
ebsis, ai If suddsnly impressed with tbe idea
that ha. tOO. nut ha nrnfnnnltl. att.n.l-. TKI-
, . ' r -.WWII ... m ut.
hiving been accomplished, Primlon commenced
mm fz-kl laaa
mm iviivwb.
cIl fU ft bnanlifnl avanlnrr T .V-.T1 Mu
forget ti.it trenlog. Tba 9Wh wii ietUng In tbe
Mmmt ai... .1. . . .
" ""' ,u ci a w ae b totj cunoaa Clooa, lan-
nel ehaped, with a large head to it, and then
anno mm ne nn.n tn . i..f 1 . ..n 1. 1
- ---o - - - -WM, 1U
tmmm - ull t. . 1 1.. I I . . .'
i w, m 1 .11 uamiiui btbuiusj--
" When tbe witness bad proceeded thus
far, the counsel for tbe defense, nana ta tbe
gratification of all present, pettish exolalmedt
'Mr. Brlmlon, we do not wish ta know any
thing abeal the beastiful eveniDg or anything
of the sort) please to tall as what roe know
about this account' at the sane time rudely
ebovlog Parker's bills into the wltoeea'e faoa.
At tbii grois breaoh of decorum on tbe part af
tbe lawyer, Brlmlon showed no resentment, but
aAar ramalninr allant a minnt. i .1.
. a v. win. vita
inoreased ImpresslveneM be began:
aa a Tb a. a a .
- it was a neeouiui evening 1 snail never
toraet that aeanlnr Tha nn vara aalili-a t sV. a.
-- - 0 - -BBa t. aaa w.aiLlB BU aUBJ
west, where there wee rery ctxrioa eload, fan
mva-bubbpvu, w..u . larg-j qeaa to it ena wen
tort O eominr dotrn tn a Umtlai mAan1ia a.
a - bvw Bvaawa IW WBS ABA
XaVOlU ft 1-aVll baaaVntifnl' aiVaiFltflla- tonrf 1 l(.a..kB 1
w - . w.vHiagi Mill A bUVUKUl At
anoughi as well go a bnatln', to, eart I, -Sot"
job knew Boeej be is a abort tailed -dog with
erop ears, and as good a dog as any In tbe
oountry 1 so having oalled up Boss, and found
w.. bu hbuk, t got uowu my gnn (it's aoont
thirty inohea in lha har'li.
" W w-aa-aa avug,ui
I'd Ue the locks, though they work like hair-
'tbw,i ,u a ii.u we lueia ana started lor
the stubble field, owned b M Rnai. tj
man s - .......
"Br this tlma tha ainntmn. f !..:....
on tha Dart of tha haatanda. ..l-i-
presssd, and Glass's lawyer, no longer able lo
(xearB-u uiuaaii at ino prolixity of bis ewn wit
ness, iumoad In hia font and k...t .v.. ij
to order Brlmloa to give a more direct answer
. . r u..w. mum juuw.
w a simple qoestioo, lna judge thereupon
nodded Bis head to the Imperturable Brimloo,
who, having stopped the moment ha wa
interrupted until perfect silence was attained,
began:
"'It was a beautiful evening I .hill never
tn am a A A.l . mm ... .
awBm uaia vr-ni.ug. 'ini las WM telUOff ID
thft Wmtm mhtttm ihsaral mmm a a,a.ab .-aaai mlrnA
9 - -r w w SB T1IJ HBBVaf VVnB)
funnel-ahaped, with a large head ta it, aad then
eort a coming dowa to aleetle eend-ll was, lo
feet, a rail beautiful evening, and I thoaght I
mongbtuwell geahnjjUuiasysI,Bo
m en. fcwil. ttmrn . V. I. . altMl bllM mlU
voa, mw B .Hinrvi w ..( w ii.
erop ears, and is good a dog as any In tha eoan.
trt; eo, bavlog called np Boss, and found be was
all right, I got down my gea (It's about thirty
iaoben ta the bai'l), and iboogbt I'd ila the
looks, thoofin. they work like bftli-trlggers; sa I
lied tha lack. bbA Bt.tl a .u- .. ..... . "
wad .a7.VUo8.'h.wi
going to build tba gta boos, on, b.i did W
,. : , , . ' wm" '"rwrnn. ata aid till
Inn. - J l ' vbwuiob; my loot j. aoms
h'r 'r"..?. W a.
mb . .. . "-"-- a partrwge, just ba-
yono a Itumrj. a nlnmln. i.i..i. 1? .! . . 7
nrin. i..7ri i. f- "a """"u a loeoiaary
ravine that tikes across (he roadahar..i.
IITI 1
j
'At this
AtnnBr rvu uwimnuiura roiuea iaw the
JSit'Sf ""on "st the vJeo. w.J
ad to tn7 ; " -""-jeer ovJ, nd want,
if h. iiwi lf th coan wouldn't adjonrn soon,
If he hadn't better put tbs saddls down bMbs
THE WITNESS TRIES AGAIN.
-.nn.l.. - j . . .
rollsd bl7 i..T. .:: nall0 opped, r
in.il ..wi .1. 0 .J u en ue land.
,j. mV,'. aon wee setting mtne
? 1 1 .""r,,M Ter7 eurloue eloud,
St a 2' d1 'JMf h,td -4
-yo. know W be I. . abort UlUd VaTth
sroD wars, ana .a mmnA . . .. 1
trv-aa hawlB. ".ITi """V ' "
r. j ' ww aoas.aoa round ha
m .!? kd.-: ? c- or- -
. . - vvjun. loamao ue one
lw.n,.0f.tobr,,!d,H9inhonM
..11 u .. 1 f. 1 ra lurwara. ana nil
80.kTra-..
K, i, - ' -vm una a tuiu noppie
iha hnnt h.. Vlifa"' J
beWaatoniV:" P" f '"K.d. Just
d e..in.,h:..V "8 oi-seu in tne old
.t'..!. T VtUke,.'?0M rosd-wbere
Sod 1 11 be hsnvBd If tk. j.. ju-i.
s pint. At this I lied down and .nt .'i,-
aomet maa fl.t . .. -""-s
, . r Bviu.Mina on my Knees, nut
alone I erant. Rn.. .11 .k. -uu. 7 CT .
tain'. JJ 10 T P-a." "'I'
..u.ujjuu 1 Drained tbe smuhsd
fr!Ir n mnd 0S m' knee D,, Ib. n
siyi 1, nose
"The DrAaanr. hmA k. . , .
,,....:" w.t learim, ana
tDere WIS a tnontanann. .. .
. . ... M.w,.ujDut auDur toe
crowd, aama m. k . ,. , . 6
enn.h .nT .JT.7 .u"i . 8u,og so rar as to
-r?-7. i H M,eir ,M(.wneD tbe Judge,
evidently duimm r..nu...
!k,?.k50urt.e0Ml-f ln-1 -"orward and begged
... .u wiuess wooid be allowed to teU bis
story In his own n.i 1 l . . ...
. . . " "j 111 iuu ueroaii quieuy
turned toward the benoh, and olearlng his voles,
" 'It was a beautilul evening'
HE SUCCEEDS.
"At theranatltlnn nf ik:. ...... . ., . ,
fall K. V k j , wniai" e i UUge
" " 1 J! , t , putting on a severe e-
nraaauin. n.li...4 k 1 1 . .
'"Gantlamm. T h.. ,k. . n, ... ,
runt the wltneuaa . I .k .k 1. .W"' " i1"""
T 'C. i. 7.! . porawnai lavor.
The witness will please go on.'
' . af lmton ,n-Iled benignly, a lf be
Were confarrina . ... r-- .P. . - ..
. t a .Bit-wu we Denon, toe
lawyerB and tbe spectators, and then with a
voice sweeter and slower than ever, and amidst
B Bllllneta that ,k. 1... j ' . . .
be proceeded? " pa.n.01,
"It was a beantifnl evening I shall asver
forget that evening. The sou was siting In tbs
wsst, wbere there waa a varr corinna innii
funnel sbsped, with a large head to It, and then
sort o coming down to a leetia eeod-it was. in
k '-'SOtlfal eveming, aad J thought I
a-. (U a nuntin-, so aaji 1, oet'
you know Boss: ha la a ahn llt i.k
oroo eari. and aa anvi . . t .t .
."uTT?. 1 8f "P Boe, foud e was
aUriSbl. I aotdnarn . 1... .v. .
" ' y, mt yV. m U, in n. nonn.
ebee in the barl), and tho't I'd ila tbs locks, and
juried for tbe stubble-field, owned by old Squire
TodmaB-ihe one he wat going to build the gtn
house on, but didn't-wefl, sf ter walking 'bout
1,17 "J. wi iwaat'B Isft of it) a waa
- - .11 um auinuio aver ny
AatAhtn h. . . . .
iu . wan annnm , A k. . t .
-------a iu in some lour rrase. which
sctea like a shin hopple but 'twae no nse, and
1 B . ,nln. n .1.. . . .
.k..j . - . j " , "f " " umu., worn 1 aeea
ahead a pirttidge, jnet beyond e Hump, a plum
tog himielf In the old ravine that take icroes
tOO road Whr.t a... I D .
that blrdT and Til VaSViS S
didn't coma tn a nint ' 1 . .fci. 1 Ti.j." f
. , r- wi. . uu uuwn, anu
orept along, sometimes lat and sometime on
my knees, bnt along I crept, Boss all the while
Imlfka Inma Ska. . J L. AT .....
'"."" j--b-b7 1 cum np ta the partridge,
!? Li U "a' " Pte f red bark,
Ii tn bio wed' Wherenpon I bruebed tbe smash
8rV" n, "! off my knees and elbers, and
Bays I. Boss, if era ain't a r 4
. , - - - - r . v uaiuvu
fools than rmt tail's a yard long, If it ain't
""s"i wuBioaa 1 go out 01 toe Beta is double
onick tima. and .lmh l.i. .k . .
- . r, . ' -- we roau, salt
met Parker (turning toward tbe defendant),
aVl.Aa.mlr1 a aaaak a,---, . - aaWPt. . V . 7"
1 anu a eaiq, -iiot meob' bo rar
ker and I walked nn the road, and h. k.
irr,ta?7i?n.a,a" wko nrtn to sne him for
uj um ui twenty aoiiars; tnat while be didn'l
denv owlnr tha hlil. h. ilMn't nv. k. a
. - o - -v . - n w m BUCU.
! "The Uoth was out at last, and the paitfully
mYMterawl a.. A A t. .1 1 ...
..vi.su uiuwu rainy tnouiea witn aeiigbt thi
lawyerB at the same time rubbed their h.nda
and tbe judge heaved a deep sigh 4 as lf he
were suddenly relieved from a fearful responsi
bility. In the general confusion that followed,
Brlmlon wai energetically Invited down from
tha .,..4 k .. . . . .. ...
uj a umeu voices; ana to mis day It
W s marvel among all who heard hit testimon
Bow he neceesarllly connected the beautiful
eranmp . tna .1.1 n rr. nn. ..... .k. r - .. .
.. ---ei am mi. iBoi mat
11 . naara r.rr.r afttio. Mi.. th. k . . .
Glass
Was it the Red or the Piebald Oxen?
n . nf . In l.Ll. ,
vu , wh."-; , ww.mh aiu, who runs a
boat between tbie eitr aad New-Branewlck, K.
J Ballad at PnllnB f T..,n. r. ..I.IJ
story of his 1 test ex perl too, lo eompany with aa
...ll. rm.rl. Mt Ju.l.t f T . ..
ii-a.aw vvuBiavuaiae iritwia. 1 1 appS that
nraainaa tn a-nlner hnama bb IV. : .l. .
w -- a D " - .mnnia, ue
determined to make eoma preparation for hold.
1 T, 1 l .f A j 1 .
iug luauaejjiTiuu. Acooraingiy,Be went to the
Greenwich Bank on Wednesday morning and
drew the earn of $50. On bis exit from the
sna, no met on we stoop a very gentlemanly
and sociable man. who aakaif tfhi. .
Smith. He replied In the nintive: wh
the strawger Intlmittd that he wis to have met
a ran demon of that aim. th... .k.... .k..
and aa he bad not seen him before he was liable
w maae a misvacs; ant ne added, "By the way,
do ton know anwthlna.hnna..,i.a 11.1 11
are from the eountry." Captain Ackln said,
- rr eti, yee, 1 Know a litue abont eittle."
owBogor v en, men, win you be eo kiod as
. M.. Ik Ammm. I . W . , .
.w wbib huwh 1110 auw ana 100K st soms oirni
vaptain u yes, wttb pieesnre.
At this Boint. aaaannrf ateanaa. alinn In
great batte, and aiked 8tranger No. 1 if be was
comlne dowa to ba those eattla. '
Stranger No. 1 Certainly; bold on 111! 1 go
into tha Bank v .
Soon Stranger No 1 retppaared with t Antral
. km.
UI UUIB . .
flteanffA. Nn. 0 than tnnulrad If fi. mmm wttn.
to payaometbtng to faelee the eattlo, or oou.e
:.L. j A ,k. .... 1
flgU. UHPWB Will w.y u.im VlUf.
Rt.an.sr Nn. 1 Wall. Von a... f ha., t.
here and meet-Mr. Smith, tnd if he comes, we
Will tsassowi autyeiDBr, put 1 will pit glUO
bow (banding a f 100 bill). '
, Stranger Ne. 8 Can't yon give me $150t 1
StraoRer No-1 I Ml try; no, I hive nothing
hat aiOO billa fhara ha tnraad -., A .vt.i-
Capuln, havo yon got 150 job cm lt m btre
till we go down there? 1
Cactain Oh. a. f.l.in. htm ik. afl t.,..
drawa from tha bank). 1
- 8e Capt. Aokla and Stranger Ne. 9 walked
dowa towrd the aamelis pltoe where the Cattle
wsTWMjvaucciuesapon. AoaaitDcy joornerea,
BtraoKer No. H was strnek with the final id.
end exclaimed: "lOhl be fbraot to toll von!
whether ba wanted tba tad et the piebald oeo;r
.ayiw AS AVaTtaei;!
LbA-I. m
aaai as a bbbibb Bta- - a a
nn. .r.i 8 that Slraeaar Bla. 1
nnl .. au. LT". - Olfa
U . .i . v -
geaat Vac.
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waa tba!
IVos. 2aM
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fHiD,yABl. STORE
i .1
JUST RECEIVED BY ,.
WU A. GILL,
Wo. 30 North High Ctreet,
ttat el tha Linut ... ...... . '
... a., awieetea aaaati .
1 Of
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avB ofpbbbb in nniflmi.
House Bnilderg' Furnishing
0 BVBBT BTTI.B AMD QOaim. .
reach Aaterteam '
WlndOW GlcadBAS
fAIKT OHOCNO lie OFl.,
ol pat ap B BiUpoaad'aiBi for fatally an.eodOry
Paints la balk.
lirushes ol every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
0AKR1AGE MATERIAD3.
AXES GRINDSTONES, 4m.
GDN8, PISTOLS, SHOT. Ac
f'I8HING TACKLfc.
ROPK A cordage;
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
SCYTHES, to.,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
rable and Pocket Cutlery.
1 arpasall. hirll tha aatanHn. n .11 ... ...
rook of Poct tnd Ttbl Outlery. aad
SILVEBFLATEfirOHHl,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Kiiives; fcc,
ttOOBBBs A BRO'B. tfan.fa-ta. ..a
extra haary, Ilectro-Platwl.oa genalB Alhatts.
uoantry Btrooaala, aecatalci, and othera, are tented
ocslland axaaatn. ay Btock. aa 1 aa prvparBj lo aril
holeaalaDd.aii. . arrnt. A. OII.A,
Oohimboa, Ohla, Hay 8, ieU
BAIN f&SON,
0. S9 I0TJTH HIGH TXKET,
ARK NOW OFrEBINO
ItOOO yard, Saner Plain Black Sllfca at $1 OO-rtlu
01 25 ptrytrd.
,500 yardi Tnvling Bna ti.d Mantle Goo-i.
IB 1-f oantt ralae 20 etnit ptrytH.
8,0OO yardt Wnlw BrUlnatai t' 18 1-g etnta
TJu 20 cent, per arl,
3O0Oyarde Fin and Doaettte Oioghamt gmtly an
A.I.SO:-
LAROE AND DESIRAftt.F. i.nrs ns
KOZABtBIQtTZA. tALZOSHTES,!
CHAXXJ8, ivyuiUaBJD 8ILXJ,
aOrOUSa AAAS0ZB, LAVELUB,
EAWVa, CAUCOZS. . F0PLE58,
AND ALL OTHER
New and raaWonabla Drtuea a..
In tbs aoat deal rable ttjVm and st vary lo .tn prior
Of an autsnals, aad In the aoat atyliaS Banner a fat1
the latest Parte Ftihlons In aoat alegaat ttytes
the dry.
BAIN dc SON,
No. Wtjath High stmt.'
r90
OOTjTTTiTanTTf!
Machine MunfactoriBg Coiapai;
AWrryaorDBlaS O ';
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS
oaetteg. MM-eeartog, aTaahinery ,
- ALIO. - ' -" ; v'
atUlroad .Worial'
. Of bvbbt aVgotrrroa. '
OOLrirrnrrw. mitii
""-.?!,Bi)!.' P' . P. AMBOa, Tna, .
afOll, UWH t
Elegant lace Elantillas,
' XkI1V &) DON,''
No.' 29 86uth lrligSt.-
HATB Jost optsed aa InToios of vary Urge aad
haadecae
PUSHER, FRENCH, AND CHANTILLA
LACE MANTILLAS AND pointps.
Wide French Laces , ton; Shawls.
Very Deep frenoh Floancing Ueaa. ;
Keal I breaa, trench, Chaaillla A Genevese ";
ValeuciaoaeB, Point de Gaze, BruueiV
. ana inreaa A.aoe8 ana- Couari,
VALENCIENNES TRIMMED U'DKFS, '
lALTESt? fcACK COLLARS 4. SETS,
I LINEN COLLARS ft CUFFS. , ,
I , In new Bhipaa.""
. PAPER COLLARS A CUFFS, V , ,
- . 1 or treialiag
,f RICKS tJNTJSUAJH.-V: XaOW, 1
Travelia? DresaT Gon. '..
HqiAKBIQtrio. fortWB, BHEtrfTBD'a CHEOEs ' '
j ' tATkUAS, BROCHg VAttSCLts! a'o. kl
lHIB.Ba.BB BFIII I. Tm flTJ WWXf IP at . ' -
Th best In! aoat faihloMki. .i.iu ... .
lm South High Btntt.

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