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DAILY. TEI-WEIKIY ASS WEEKLY
o-m.it
MANYPENNY& MILLER
h w,
1KB PBOfBHTOBa.
O OffiM Hoi. S6, SB and 40, Forth High ft
PERMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE .
Dally ZiTJi . v I tf 00 per mP
","-fna!A ,ki '.: i . "
immflf Advertising- ow; fhe square
Ono ,f';i Smooth 18 po
3ne 6 month t is 00
3ne " 3 month! 10 00
On 9 monthi 8 00
Out 1 month. 3 00
...v.. uui on. sausr Swart... m
Out
One
One.
One
f'.i 8 weeks.. S M
lweek... 1 75
Uys- 1 00
Sdava... 74
'Vf.l lnfrt4o ;60
Dljplajed advertli.me'nt, hall "more than thsxabov
BSSfeH1 In'th. lioLm, of
k?. hS SSSK!" 0",r,toble o'ei,flre companies
soi Ae Sir.Sr7. S! B" h tadvrHn
oi toe weekly alone. Where Ball andwki.
are both need, then th. .h.. . "it. "H.r?a weV
half the mu.'af S. n.ii- '"7 "w Ul be
No advertisement taken ex'oept for a deflnlu period.
BUSINESS -CARDS.
cwmtofBi. rros. ' arrasa cttrrtmmRB.
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
(Offices ef City Jad(,)
NEWYORK.
IVrrai to '
S'S'S' pyne' Olereland.0. .. ,
Mtorney and Counsellor at 1m,
NOTARY PUBLIC .
l(tate of Phalon'i KttablUhment, H. I. J
tUdl..' M4 Children'. Hair Drenlng don, U, th, beat
eepl3dl,:! j l' ? ; t' ' -.';,
' i ' ' r -t
CALT HOUSE,
BTo. 178 VoxflL HigV'stxeet -' '
. C0LU;IBUS,0HI0.
Um'!i0iw.L,l"n t0 tak Paw'K on aiy of tnitraln.
of ttTtrS.7 " f !1 the ni hi fo,
. Kodmtia, to rait the timet. ' ' '
octso
NATION Ala, HOTEL,
NBAB UNION
BIPOT,
... i
CbLUMBUS;dHIO.'
ONE DOLLAR FEB DAT.
ootS3-3fli
y r, r P.yAB. SIMIIN8,
Attorney at LaW
. . AtfD NOTARY PUBLIC.
Oace-An,bo. BulUing, oppoelte Oapltol 8qnare.
OOL0MB0B. OHIO;
Attorney & Counsellor "at Law,
MARION, OHIO.
M. O: LILLEY
BooBuja3xxarD2gjEi
"And Blank-Book Hann&ntwer,
JJiW 5108 "MWrOttWaBWI, OHIO
EAGLE BRA SSWORKS,
' r cre,piiir tratc? st,,
Ooiimitobliib.
W. B.: POTT3-& "CO.,
MAomuriaTa,
ElectraPlating f and ;' Gilding !
STENCIL CUTTINC; tC
Colnmbna Wholesale Liqnor Store
;LACELLl ROSS t CO.,
; COMMISSION 1- MERCEANTS,
' 'iv!'XMP0Rms And deaibrb in fi',
Foreign and Domestic Wines, Brandies
ir fc tie j , - f
. , :n1sr. fi . "-' fee.' 'jte? 'Xt8oVA "': ' ' " " '
i - -v. h (-.- . Jt.M . . j. . ,41.'. j-:.
OLD AYE, MONONGAHELA BODRBOff
WAn'mtfTJsi'ANp'oHICBVs! south Hion
. XpLXna-BOHIoJ
II. CESTIEAUX,
"'(roOORBSoit XO.MoKU RESTIIAUX) i."
No. 106, South' High. Street
' " ooXjXjavEiixjo, ;
DEAtBR IN. , ; 7
ERiES, PRODUCE
'J .i !. ' 4 . -"fA W - ui . V
. PROVISIONS ;
-Foreign, aD4;. DotneJFruiti,';;'
fLOtift,' SALT, LIQUORS, ETC
itiotti Mri i r,' pW'rf '!
uS'.o.t5
,.". t a
ROyAKQtttotfDIcflONARY.
The? Latest-The Largest-Th Best,
V. Jha Cheapest Because the Best,
auo jnoai HgiiaW Standard Au
Iborltr ! lb Eng-iUb Lanrnaf e.
r ityRHKbrtBrntamtliUwitonof Ohio,
"Thb' bbbt inqlibh diotionart ixtant.'
."Heie arenpwardiof a Bsndnd Tnooaand .Werdi.
wnoea mnitlfarlou bmuiIrh anrf itnna
aetbef Jv; "nf aappronaoetauoa are clearly
! t. .1 OnMrniaU Qmmtratal. I
a4 A Vteitkmi of the Mmttrt of th Ohio Btalt
9h vnimttntt, memben of the Ohio State Teaohen'
Aaeodatlon. adont and aim a rm in Mhin writin
nd' epeakiar, the tirthoeraph anol proouooUtlon of
wowatter'a Koy.l Qoarte DloUonary, and we noet cor
? reoommend It ai the molt reliable otandard an
(norlty of the Infill h Unmun. u ! pa nitiM m.A
- v q Hvn n...vuuv
Aanaiwi, Preildent Kenyon College.
M. D lnwarr. Boperlntendent Zanetrllle School!.
Taoe. W. HaaVir, Bnp't Maaiiron Union Bchoole.
M. V. Oownamr, Snp'tPabUo Sohoole, Saodtuky.
JoBitl.faea.iap'tPablloSohoola, OlraleTille.
B. N. Butroao, Principal Cleveland female Bernlna-
W. atircBD.ii Bnp't Pnbllo Sdiooli, Mt. Union. .
JOB Oeon. PHnolnal Btjtia ImU Rrlwwil. Minna.
tota. ' '
OlnctonaU Pri"c'I"1 0utb Ihtcniedlato School,
, H. g. MiRTiH, gnp't Canton Union School!. . ., .
Bbwir Resat, Prlnolpal McNwlf formal School, i I
Ku T. Taftah, Prof. Hathnnatlca, Ohio Unlvenlty.'
war. n. JEDwaane, Bnp't Troy Union School.
At A. Banna Princlnal Waal Hlirh finhnnl. fllmra.
B. A.NORToa. Anoetata Prlnclrml Rtirh Hrhnnl. Illam.
land. . . ' '
XareMm STfltipiA, . Prtnelpal Bleb School, Olere
land, i r1 'i t 1 1 ft I n',! ' :
B. P. BomrroK, Prlnolpal Olereland Initlrnte.
J. A. GaarfkU), Preildent of Xlectlo Inatitnta. Bl-
ram.
W. I. Bam.ii, Prof, of Cnomlitry, Ohio Wetleyan
' H. B. BAimrr, Xx-Oommtnloner of Common Bchooli,
OnlOi
Jahm Momoa, Prof. Bhetorto, Oberlln College.
Taoe. Hnx, President Antlooh College.
O. W. IT. C . TB.,1 f tM.r U.IKM..ltM YTI
School, Payton. '
DaytonY 7'
B. H. Bauis, Bnp't Union School, Aihland.
Jfor Aon Sta Bundrti oihor Pmtdentt of OoUt-
tort, hot mdorttd lh abov untinunt, k.
PRESiPENTs'oF COLLEQISS IN OHIO.
MAanTTA COLUUI 'Tt U tralv AnumlflMNt Wn.V
an honor to the author, the publliheri, and the whole
onnti7."-Prealdent Andrewi.
Ohio WmaTAifnarnaairr.-t'TtarRftMla fn V HTnA.tA.
tlona. . It will be m rolde In orthominh and nmnnn.
elation, and will often be eonsnlted by me for Tta neat
ana accurate definltiona." PreaWrat Shompeoa.
W. R. IciacTW OotUDOi. "Heretofore we bare need
Webeter'i orthography. At reoent meeting of onr
Faculty, It vaa decided to change it to conform to that
of Woroeatet'a Royal Qnarto SlcUonaiT "'-President
Uarfleld. . . ....
Wawnoui Ranan duu.ii it mnrttym t
oordlal approUUon" Preeident Hlhicock . .v
vsnum uoLinn. "It mora than meets my expecta
tion,. T recommend' It as the itinriitrl atithnrilnln
orthoepy to my ehtldrea and my poplle." President
Morgan, , , vi1, ..i-
Ajrnoca CoLLaaa.nf(I adont and aim tn mm In toAn
tog, writing and speaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Woreester'i Moyal UoarW DioUooary.1'
President Hill, i i . r, , .7
"Id all m writing, tnaakln'ir.and tmrhln. T ! n.
deavorcd to conform to the rales for orthography and
pronunciation asoontatned in Worcester's Dictionary."
Horace Uann, late President.
KnrroK Coumi. 0 ''I most cordial! recom-
mond It as the meat reliable standard aothoritr of the
Knallsh lananaae as it ia bow writlen and anoken."-.
President Andrews.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS, OF OHIO.
from But. Anton SmytA, OomtnUtionor of Common
000001 M (MO,
"The Dictionary ia an Imnerlihahle monnment to the
learning and Induitrrof Ita author, and an honor tn the
world of letters. The mechanical execution ia far supe
rior to that of any other Iieaioon with which I am ac
qoalnted.''. -. 1 ...... ......
From Hon. a. B. Barmy, Be-CommUtionor of
s' - ' BduxM in Ohio. -
The most reliable standard authority of the lan-
gage.'
ljeadina Newopapera of Ohio Say.
, ' '! Iron fit CUmAaut Herald if March 98.
The orthoaranhy of the Worcester Dictionary Is that
used br most. If not all. authors of diitinctioa In this
country and England, and conforms to the general usage
oi orainary writers ana speacers.
Whaterer prejudices may have existed prerlonsly, a
careful study of this rolame will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to add It to the well selected library, be it large or small,
It U a library lc itself, and will remain an Imperlaha
bio record of the learning of Ita compiler.
iron th Onobikati QowmoreUl of April 90.
Here are upwards of a hundred thousand words good.
bad and indifferent whose mnlUfarioaa meanings and
deriTBtiesia, together with their correct spelling and pro-
nanctauoa, are set clearly Derore toe eye. xne won is
nnqoesttonably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
oyer puhlisheij. ; i ' . .;.'.';' '
Irom th Oltvtland PlaimUaitr qfStpt. SO, 18C0. .
Evidently WoRcavm'i Botai. Coabto Dictiorart U
not only th loot, but th tmxworktofth kind mr it
eiMd.andoan by no possibility snffer by comparison or
controversy. w ., : ; ,
t . From thmioBladof JfafW.
As to; raoaoxoLATloi). WolczaTta u tri Btandam
followed, by onr best authors) In deflnltlons be leaves
nothing to be desired, and in OaTaoaAAnrr It Is sufficient
to say that WoacasTSA can bo safely followed.; .
Pisbliiliera, Bookaelleri 4c Statloneri,
JNO, 191 BUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
maiO : . i . . -n t f - . . !
. THE MUTUAL BENEFIT ...
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
DiTldend January 1, 1 Re It 49 Par Coat,
ASSETS
Statement January
....$3,812,356 50
It 1861,
Balance, per statement Jan. 1st, 1800
Reoelved for Premiums dur
13,400,58 2 39
ing the year 180.. ..... ..1763,053 55
Received for interest daring - -
the year 1800 H,014 irt
Total receipts for . I0.;.'.977,0o7 74
Pald01almsbyDeath,907,OS0 00 .
Paid Policies surren- - '
dertd 41,111 99
Paid Salaries, Post? 3 . . , ,
age, Tazea, Ex- ' .
change, etc 31,020 54
Paid Commissions to
Agents 51,325 30
Paid Physicians' fees, S,U0Q 75
Paid Annuities. ....; 1,417 00 ,
Paid Dividends dar
ing the year .l... 168,500 71 SC5.091 C3
411,976 14
Net Balane January 1st, 1881.
ASSETS.'
,3,812,558 50
Cash en hind..,., 19,8284 19
Bonds and atortgaiea on Beat -
Estate, worth double the
amount loaned.-...... 8,32741 (8
Premium Notes, on Policies
tn force, only drawing Oner.
aent. interest. 1,S79,804 17
Real Estate.
90.898 87
Loans on Scrip
Premiums, Notes and Cash, In
curse of transmission.
5,931 44
( 45,343 7i
Total Assets.
13,818,556 50
TT Policies m force, Insuring. tftt430iS38
1,435 new Policies have been lined during the yaw,
After a careful calculation of the present value of th
outstanding Policies of the Company, and baring the
fMeeMCrry omovni tn re terra therefor, th Directors
have declared a Divioannof 45 percent, on th Premi
ums paid at th taole rat, to all policies for Ufa in force.
Issued prior to January 1, I860, payable according to the
present rul of th Company. , -,,),
Rate for all kinds of Life Contingencies, Prosptot
uees, Statements, and Applications, will be furnished
wrraooT ciuasc, at the Office or Agencies ol tha Com'
pany. 1 ,
n .R0BT. L. PATTERSON, President.
-. I. O. GROYalR, Vic President. .
EBNJ. 0. MILLER, Becretanr. -
'. El. K. BGCBOlf , Aftnt, M' l
March 28, 18C17
, . Bo. 4 Johnson Block, '
, . , . . . . .Oolumlms, 0.
it All
an n
, FIOTJAED BLACK
DREBB BILES, of evar rata. The mnat 1M
aaonment in w city, and at most reasonable rate,
. . . - . bum aantf..
: I
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1861. 1862.
Winter
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
fonneoting at Crestlln with th PTTTBBURCIH, PT.
r WAYNE fc CniCAOO SAIXB0AD .
for fiUtbwgh, PHkuUlfMa tmd aUlior. .'Alio
for tort Wayn and Chicago.
Connecting at ClevQlacd with the LAKE SHORE RAIL-
(.S V -. .. ROAD .. - '
For Dunkirk, Bnffalo, Albany, Uos-
new ira.
r f - : '.
TWO TRAINS DAILY,
i EX0EPT SUNDAY, - - -
t Prom Oolambus, In connection with Trains on the
MTTLE MIAMI AND COLTJItlBUa
I AND XJKJI1A M-AltittOAm.
' IRSI train: '
j NIGHT EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 3.50 A. M.:
will leave paasennrtat all suuena. inn .tn.i.nn,
Oardlagton, ailead, Ballon, and at all stations North of
Ballon, and atall other stations upon signal, arriving at
Olevelinri ita-vfl a. m ii,!.. 'u IT.
V AlD"' 0 ,0 M- Ne,r Yo,k 12 Boston
' BE0OND TRAIN.
NEW YORK EXPRESS Leaves Columbus at 115 P.
M.; will leave passenger at all stations. Oreenwlob,
Rochester. Columbia end nim.,AH kin. .
this train will not stop for passengers except upon Big
S , Air'.,t P.'"d 8:30 P. M., Dunkirk 3 A. kf,
Buffalo 4:35 A. M ,AlbMy4:15 P. M.. New York 9:50
p. M., Boston 1830 A. M. , , ,
CONNECTIONS.
lu?tfLUBT.l.lli.PltL,bn.rgh',t- wrn Chicago
At.oOhlcago.ttbnrS,', hMt d B'"""-
At Bhtlby, with Sandusky, Mansfield and Newark Ball
road, for all points on that road. Also for Toledo.
At Grafton, with m,.... v.ii. a.,, j .
Toledo and Chicago. """"
Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boston.
Patent Sleeping Can are run on all
Night Traina to Chicago, New
York and Boston.
Baggag Chteitd Through to Ait Tort and Boston
via Oevtiand alo, to PhUadtlphia and
fVew Yorkiia OntUin.
. y . RETURNING.
' Night Expreaiarrrre at Columbus at. .. 1:30 A. M.
Cincinnati Express arrive at Columbus at 1:30 P. U-
Fare a Low a by any other Houto.
Ati for TicJctUviaCratlineor Cleveland.
S. 8. FLINT,
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
" , ' ' , . Oolombut, Ohio.
Columbus, Not IB, 1861. " -
CANADIAN A UNITE STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AMI FKOM ,.
LONDONDERRY, 1 GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
1 r ; -r ' "'and " '
Th Montreal dcaan Staamihln DrnnWi inMi
full-powered Clyde-built Bteamer sail ewery 8at
Urday from PORTLAND, aanylagtbe Canadian and
United States Mail and passengers,
. NORWEGIAN, NORTH AMERICAN,
BOHEMIAN, ANGLO-SAXON,
NORTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
CANADIAN, ' NOVA800TIAN.
8bortet, Cheapest andQalckcatOon
vcyance irom
AltKEICA TO All FASTS 0? XTTJB0FK.
Kates ot Faasase to Europe,
830, see, 9so.
Will anil ;from LTTERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QUEBB0 ewery Saturday, calling at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Malls and
Paesengeni, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
lO'These Steamers are built of Iron, in water-tight
compartmtnU, oarry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attei tliin 1 paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of pasranger. A they proceed direct to LONDON.
DBRY.th groat tick and delay of calling at St. John's
Is avoided,
Glasgow passenger are furnished with ran passage
ticket to and from Londonderry.
Return tickets granted at reduced rate.
Certificate Issued for oarretng to and brinainaoutnas-
sengers from all th principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this Un of steamers, and
by th WASHINGTON LINE Of BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week. -Sight
Drafts for t and upward pay
able in England, Ireland, 8cot
land r wales. v
For passag, apply at th Office, S3 BKOADa
WAY, New Vork, and 10 WATER ST.,
Liverpool, ...
, BABEL KEABIZ, Crensrsi IgenU,
Or to- : J. R. ARMSTRONG,
nolO-lydfcv Post Office, Columbus, Ohio.
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REniOVES AND PKETElfTS H
fiammaUon and pain,-and heals th worst burn,
scald, braise, cut .or fresh wound of any kind, prevents
swelling and pain from be (ting, mosquito bite, and
poiaonou plant, neuralgia, rheumatism, agu In th
breast, aalt rheum, eto. When taken Internally, It will
positively cure croup Inohlldren, and giro immediate
relief in th worst case of this terrible complaint) also,
remove hoarseness and sore throat. Prioo, 8S eeater
bottle. Should be In eve ij bona, f er sale by Drug
gists and Storekeepers. . IRYIN STONE,
Bole Proprie tor, It Spruce st , Now York
ooUdawlyit ; . 1 "
No real Justice can be done th' abov preparation
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets
be found with all dealers, or will be sen by Proprietor
on demand. Formulae and Trial Bottle lent to Physi
clans, who will find development In both worthy tbjlr
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whoa neoessltle or
curiosity prompts to trial of the above reliable Rome
dies.
lor sal by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere,
JOHN L. HUNNEWELL, Proprieto
CHIMIBT AND PRAMUtnOTIeT,
Ho. 9 Conuntreiai wn.rf, Boston, Kais.
Robert a Samuel, N. B. Marple, 3. R. Cook, J. M
Denlg, G. Denlg at Sons, A. J. Scbueller Son, Agents
for Columbus, Ohio. - myl-dly
VEBV STYLISU STHIPED CLOTH
SHAWLS, in new design at S3 00 Tain 15 00.
1.500 yard Supeg Plain Black BUk at SI 00-Valu
Bl 85 a yard. ...
French Merinos, 62 i cent Value 87K Ot a yard. . -
" " 75 cent-value $1 00 a yard.
BAIN at SON,
octlS No. 88 South High Street.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
GOODS.
NovelHei In Nck Ties and Soarf." -" "
" " Byron and Garret Collar.
Embroidered Pocket Handkerchief.
Pari Kid Gloves, superior make.
Golden Hill Bblrta, various style.
Boys' Golden BUI Shirt, do
Driving and Street Glove, do .
Hemmed Pocket Handkerchiefs, varions styles.
. Half Hoae and Under Garment,
BAIN se SON,
aprllS , k ir Bo.89 8otaBlfk street .
lafliea'Iinea pocketHaadk,i.
ri ERI 1TIES STITCHED LINEN HAND
AX kwwefs, very wtde hem. u
Embroidered LlneaBandk1! all price. "
Hemmed BUtched and plain do, do.
do do colored border.
Mourning do black borders ' , ?
b. d0. . ? "owstytaeronrttchrt.
, Pin Apple d wpatasrn. -
Misses' Plain and Hemmed Rtibki .11
Comprising th most select assortment hi the city and
V.iSrF""' bain a BON,
" : Bo. South HlghBtreet.
BONNETS RIBBONS TAAU. ANfl
RUCHES, new style, Just cpenrd bT' m
tim a. auw
sprtlJ
o.tl louts liidfc wsji
r.T r
irH v.;
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For (HnoinnaQ, Dayton A IndianapolU!
Through to IndiaaapoliB trithowt Change of Cars,
and bat One Change of Cars between
. , ' '.Columbiij ai4 8. Louts.
On and, Af tar aXontay, Korsmber
11, aaoi.
Four Trains Dally from Columbus.
FIRST TRAIN. .. "
NIGHT EXPRESS, via Davton. at 8 a. m.. stoDolni
at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddkitown and Hamilton,
arriving at Cincinnati at7i40 a. aa.; and at Dayton at
;05 a. m . 1 oonneotlng 1 1 Olnetnnatl lor Louisville, T in.
oenneu, St. Loul. and all point Southwest; arriving
at St. Louis st 11:30 p. sa.; oonneotlng at Dayton for
Indianapolis, LafayvtU, Terr Hants, Chicago, and all
points West; arriving at Indianapolis at 10:40 a. m.
SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION atS-80 a. m'.I saonaina at all abv
tlona between Columbus, Cincinnati sod Jpytu,an
riving at Cincinnati st 10S3 C m., and at Dayton at
StSS s. a.; connecting at Cincinnati with Mail Lino
Staamboata for Louisville, and at Davlnu for Indlanan.
Oils and the West. , , ..
THIRD TRAIN'
EXPREBS at 1:55 D. m.. stonnlne at Jeffennn. I.nn.
don, Charleston, Xenia, OorwlB, Morrow, Bo. Lebanon,
Potter', Loveland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at 0:45 p. m., at Dayton at S p. m. ; connecting at Oin
with th Ohio and Mississippi Train for Louisville, Tin
ceonesSt. Loul. etc, ato., arriving at 81. Loul st
10:45 s. m.; connecting at Dayton for Indianapolia, La
fayette, Terr Haute, Chicago and all point West.
FOURTH TRAIN.
MAIL at 4 p. m., stopping at all stations between
Columbus and Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at 9 25
p. m.
ID lor farther Information and Through Ticket.
apply to M . Li DOHERTY, Tickot Agent. Union Depot,
Columbus.
P. W. BTRADER,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
JN0. W. DOHERTY,
Agent, Oolambus,
B. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
Columbus, Nor. 10, 1861.
1861.
1861. EAST.
1861. EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD.
UNITED.
CONNECTING AT PIIT8BUBQH WITH TBE ' '
PennsylTania Central Railroad
OFFER THE
Shortest, amckest and fflTost Dosira
s max uasiern viues,
.Traios Leave Colnmbni as follows:
VIA ICLLAIRI.
via BTstnanviu..
morning
Express.
rAST UH.
12 35 P. U
4:00 A.M. 3:10 P, M. 4:00 A. M
AKIIVI AT lAtXAUI
9:40 P. M.
abriv at nrrsaoaan
3:45 A.M. 4.10 P. M. 10 00 P. M.
10 40 A. M.
4 10 P. M.
ARRivt at BAxCmtma
1:U0P.M. 3:10AM.
ARRIVI AT BALTmoRt
8:i0 A. M.
3 10 A. M.
8:15 A. M.
8.2U A. M.
1:40 P.M.
ARRm at rmLAnttrau.
SOP.M. 7:40 A. At. 18:50 P.
7:40 A.M.
M.
RSW IORK VTA ALU3IT0WR, R. V.
:i:00A,M. K.50P, M. 11:00A.M. I
:00 P.M.
via raiLADxtratA
10:15 P.M. 1:45 P.M.
145 P.M.
0 15 P.M-
VIA AILINTOWN.
Puieniers by this Un reach New York In adranca af
any Northern rout. . .
18:35 P. M. train Is tha ant on a from flninmha. !
this hoar, and tha only train by whloh passengers can
reach Baltimore or Washington the following day, and
arrive in Philadelphia or New York before dark.
Uj81eplng oar oa all night train.
The Only Ronte from Colnmbns to
Baltimore, Philadelphia or
New York
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAR3.
This train also connect at Bellalr with the Baltimore
and Ohio Railroad.
TTPThl rout I 30 MILES SHORTER to Pittsburgh
and nor than 100 MILES SHORTER to New York,
than Northern lines.
ETBarirar Checked Through to all im
portaot point East.
HT Ask for Tickets via Bellatre or Steu-
benvllle.
JET Tickets Good oyer either Route.
JOHN W. BROWN,
General Ticket Agent Central Ohio R. R.
IRA A. HUTCHINSON,
General Ticket AaeutSteubenvllle Short Line.
Oolambus, Not. 88, 1801.
REMOVAL.
WttUAM H RESTIEAUX,
DEALER IN
Groceries,
Produce,
Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Fruits, eto. ete., ,-v
HAS REMOVED BIS 8T0RH IROM
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
. ' . . ,
.. .. TO -..'-':'
No. 106, South High Street,
Tn old stand recently occupied byWM. MoDONALV
H 1 In dally receipt of - '
NEW AND FRESH COODS
' ,:' Which t will sell ' V
Cheap for Caah or Country Produce,
TTF Good dellTered to City trad free of ctsrre.QJ
r18 ' ...
- . '. COLUHBUS, OHIO i
aGRICUITURAL warehouse
And Seed Store, ,
DIALER m
GENERAL HARDWARE,
MAILS," CLASS, BASH, PUTTY, CORDAGE,
Gans, Plate is. Wood Willow ware,
attMriad Bwbbw Belting, lea tattMt, Bos and
kin. ..j. '.:.. . ...: etMl-
V.l '
tyeBI)io Statesman
IIBKI,
Dally,
Trl-Wekly,pervi!u,
......
.a 00
. 3 00
1 00
Weskly , per yeat
Ohio Finances.
The CommiHiontM of , the Slaking Fund
nay niea eir report with the Governor. We
prCTeui we louowiog abstract ot the report:)
Tbe CommiBBlonen bare sold, at par, certifl
cates of State debt, payable a follows:. .,
March 1, Jits ,,.
July 1,1806.;
" 1, 1808
Total debt for war purposes
230.000 00
3'0 804 3?
801,635 13
.....11,818,039 45
IXIsTINO P0NDID DEtr Of THC
STATE PORIIOrl
;."' ; : ; DEBT.
Loan, of lfsW, not bearing Interest,.,
' ' 1 1800, 6 per cent.
'" ISM, 8 per Mat
" 1B70, per cent ,
" 1875. per cent . ,
14 1880,0 per cent
" 1808,0 percent.....
. SI, ICO 33
8.118,7Sf5 srr
1,085.0110 00
3,183 531 93
1 COO 000 00
2,400,000 00
379,800 00
Tolsl foreign dsbt
.813,787,889 53
DOMESTIC.
Not beating Interest SI. 823 3G -
Loan of 18G3, 6 per oent 275 385 00
1805,0 per cen 850,000 00
" I8fi, 0 percent...., 300,204 89:
" 1808, fl per cent....! 981,or, 13 1 .lOBJWBl
Total Slat debt 14,e97i73 34
Amount of Trnst Pond hsld by th Btste, 8,759,540 40
Annual lnfsrest on? State debt.
883,400 90
Annual Interest on I rust fond.
Total annual Interest. . . ,
Public debt, November V., 18C0. . .
Amount Issued in H6I....
1C5.572 43
$1,018,979 33
tU.230 233 89
. 1,212,039 45
115,402,273 34
, 14,897,273 34
Public debt, November 11, 1801.
Amount received during 1EC1 t55 000 00
Increase of debt 1047,039 45 "
aiotiFra and 'disbursements roa tear
CRDINO
NOVEMBER 15. 1861.
N.tbalanc in th Traasury November 16,
Receipts from taxes ..."."!!!!!.'!
" chool lands
" " other sources.
$13,988 52
1,494 013 07
84,276 47
48,103 38
Tctal receipts.
, $1,039,981 44
DleiORSEMENTa.
Por Interest on Slate debt.... $864,773 44
Sohcol fund. 162,913 86
Por principal of BUt debt. . 565 000 00
Porothor objects 37,987 31-1 630,074 01
Balance In Ihs Treasury Nov. 15, 1801, $9,306 83
Mr. Seward and our Foreign Relations.
The instructions of Mr. Secretary Seward to
Mr. Dayton, given in Jnne last, and now flrat
published-, throw some light on the peculiar
course which the Secretary bag pursued toward
foreign power. From this it appears that
England and France, having at first agreed to
act together on the subject of American affairs,
resolved to recognise the Southern States as
belligerents, and directed their rrreentatives
at Washington to communioate this intention
to the American Government. Mr. Seward,
acting ts the medium of communication on be
hall of onr Government, assumed the poaition
that no Communication could be received which
went upon the principle of recognizing the ex
istence ol any two powers of any kind within
the limits of the United States of America.
He, therefore, having learned the conteuii of
the proposed dispatch, declined to receive it,
and immediately instructed the Ministers at
Paris and London accordingly.
Mr. Seward appears la this matter to have
regarded the proposed communication as offen
sive, and it seems very (probable that he has
ever since been aeting oa the theory that, the
British and French. Government. h.rl In.nltAi
us, and that the Insult was not yet withdrawn,
or apologised for. This Derhana ernlalna th
tone of bis later foreign dispatches, and his In
tercourse who Lord Lyons. We are by po
means prepared to believe with him that the
recognition of the Southern States as belliger-
u. u ucvvooaruy .a oaense to trie united
states, sen-protection and self-interest fre
quently Justify nations in snch recognitions. It
would be as idle for England to Ignore the ex-
uibuub 01 war in America, as It Is for 113 to at
tempt to convince ourselves that it is not a
war.
If Ireland were wholly in possession of the re
volted Irish, we might and doubtliwa should
recognize the fact as an important one In the
geography of the. world, and while we did not
receive ambassadors we wonld probably, for
the proteotion of our own oommeree, consider
the revolutionists as a power, even if that pow
er should last but a month or a year. We be
lieve that the coarse taken by England and
Franoe in thia case was the best oonrse for
uiuenuau uitereiis, ana we turns: It has so
provea. h .
But the most remarkable nortion of Mr. Sear.
ard's instructions to Mr. Dayton ia that In which
we, lor me nrst time officially, learn that the
Maioy doctrine on privateers was abandoned hv
the administration aa soon as It came into pow
er, and that Mr. Seward instructed our foreign
uiiuaa.cr. hi .Otteuv IDS proposal 10 ROOIISO DM
vateerinar without condition! Rumors of thia
Important fact circulated some time ago, bqt
had no decided foundation so far as could be as
certained. We note the present disclosure with
surprise and alarm. On what grounds the Seo
retary of State has placed this abandonment of
a principle which so lately elicited the applause
of the nation, we are not Informed. Under
present circumstances, the people will Dot rest
satisfied with this sacrifice, unless excellent
reasons be forthcoming'. In the event of a
war with England or France occurring now,
me treaty woicn wouio make our ptlva
teers pirates wonld be regarded aa a tr.,
ty to fight with onr light hands bound
behind our backs. It seems that we have
escapea tucn a treaty only because the French
ministry insisted that if adopted it should
not apply to privateers of the Southern Confed
eracy. Ibe reasons for this were that the
r rencn were unwilling to eonolude treaty with
the United States, of which the United Stat.
should demand an application to the Southern
btatee, whom France was about to recognizs as
a neiugereni. An otner words, toe r renoh na
tion would not make a treaty during onr war, in
which we claimed to be masters of the South,
recognizing ns as each mastets; lot If the re
bellion should be successful, the treaty would
not apply to the Southern Confederacy, and
mutt ba made over again with the new power.
France seemed to have an idea that a new mar
itime nation was possibly in the process of birth,
ana migot do a living eniid; and preferred
therefore to wait the event. By this means
only we are saved the sacrifice which Mr. Sew
ard proposed to maksv ' - : . '
Is it possible thai Mr. Seward expected to
entrap the wily diplomatists of EuroneT And
is it aieo possiDie mat, navmg offered to lay at
their leet the old and prixsd weapons of defense,
on Vhioh American commerce has so long and
so firmly relied, he Is anary at finding his sift
disdained? We bat otter the voioe of the en
tire American people engaged in commercial
pursuits, when we say that Mr. Mercy's clan
not to give up privateering lilt Europe would
elve up war asainst private oommeree.' was
sound, strong and should never have been aban
doned by an American Secretary ot State
J our. Of mm. .rfC,... , ;
The Case of the Nashville.
Bf the arrival of the Africa at New York
we nave lull particulars ol the steamer Nash
ville affair, which was brieSx referred to bv
telegraph.. The circumstances of the case are
these: The rebel steamer Nashville left Cbarlea
ton on the night of the 25th of October, run
ning the blockade. She proceeded to Bermuda
where the was allowed all possible privileges,
the oommander and officers being treated with
all kindness and attention by the British army
and navy officers there stationed, and every ia
oilltv afforded for getting coal and other sun-
plles. The Nashville sailed from Bermuda
noon the 5th of November and 0a the 17th fell
in with the American ship Harvey Birch, Capt.
Nelson, bound from Havre to New York, and
:-;i ;;;; '''" , '.' ."VP":- 2. 'I , ,
having the American flag flying. A shot was
- Hrnaui uown toe united States
Hag, whloh was done. Capt. Nelson was then
riv.?0,0 b0Md "NMhUlewith hi.
set on fire and entirely dntrtfyed. Capt. Nel
!m V.?. !t,to ,Uow4d frdo"
VZSmZ .!-"- !? PB,.,n '. h that
wher,7h.K
S0.i.r';B.,'glMt th Cobfederate
. "VM offered to be moo. bat they would
!?i it- A' 8ou'hn,Pton the prisonerB were
-S. fre1e'fcnt fere not put on shore, they being
obllgsd to charter a tug-boat to convey thei
l"n n AteMBM te They wailed
upon the American annanl. nJ r.. ar.i
slterward went .no to Landnn tn ... ui.:.,..
1JIMI . .V .WU
Capt. Pee rani, of th. Na.h.m. j.
fense of his conduct except upon the prlsciple
of retaliation upon the Federal Government
and the Northern States. He put his steamer
alongside tbedocks at Southampton, saying that
T""1'""1"1" ia sailing of the
-- w. ..tn u.r. , j , ... ... -j
The notion of the Nashville in going into an
wB...u pv. ,ier uaviDg captured and destroy
ed a TIuable prize belonging to a power friend
ly to England, is exciting a treat H..I r
ment, sod our minister in Loud o Is very prop
erly moving in the matter. Cspt. Pegram holds
a commiefiioo from the rebel 'government, Upon
trie strengih of which he claims Immunity from
interference In England. Upon Unding, be
went np to London to consult with the rebel
Yancey. That allowing th N.ah.uu .th
eater a British nort. with th. ......
of fitting out as a war vessel against the Unit
ed States, is in violation of English neutrality.
.von ha P,.mi;0l. . . . .
.uu uuguou p.or uaonoi conceal, iney
attempt to justify it by saying that they mutt
treat the two belligerent powers alike, but It ts
evident they are bolstering np a bad oaus.
This, however, may have an imnortant h..!.
upon, the cue of the Trent . The Nashville ,f
fair is one of which onr Government h.. ....
of complaint, and It Is highly probable tbat
even u cugiana oesirea to make trouble ont of
the Trent affair, she will be verv rcadw in lot
one offset the other.
Mr. Seward Surrenders Privateering
without an Equivalent.
It appears bv the inalruotlona of fUnpstt.r.
Seward to Mr. Dayton, American Minister to
France, now published, that, at earl aa thai 7th
of May lait, Mr. Dayton was directed to civ
ia tbe adhesion of the United States to the
Treaty of Paris. This Treaty, it will ba re
membered, was a Treaty, in 1866, between
trance, Great Britain, Russia, Prussia, Sardinia
and Turkey, In which tbey modified the Law of
nations so, as to abolish Privateering, whloh
modification they submitted to the nations of
tbe world for their ratification. Mr. Mam.
our then Secretary of State, accepted the modi
fioition, but upon tbe condition that private
property on eea, as on land, should be respected
by belligerent States. This act of civilization,
and of humanity, the European Powers did not
accept, and hence the United States was sot a
party to the Treaty of Paris. Mr. Seward,
however, instructed Mr. Davton to accent th.
Treaty cf Paris, as a whole, unmodified, with
out tbe Maroy amendment of extending clvill
zttj. m, and, at one stroke of the Ben. cava nn.
In case of war, our most efficient tastriiment of ,
.t.7iy,nery, rower ana uttw agnntt Urtat
Britain! Fortunately for as, M. Tboovenel,
tbe French Minister of Foreign Affairs, wonld
not accept Mr. Seward's auueaioa to the Treaty
of Paris, except on the condition, tbat tbe
neoei states De exempted therefrom Buffalo
Courur.
.
I-STROLIUM Tbe Toronto Globe aava that
letters have just been received from England
and Scotland which indicate that th. market
for Petroleum, and particularly for the refined
amcic, i certain to De verv larre. and that th.
prices will afford an amnio remuneration to tha
shipper. The present wholesale price of refin
ed Petroleum in England is three shillings
stoning per American gallon; (De price ot nn
renneo is only one shilling. It is apparently,
as tbe matter stands at present, a better opera
tion to ship the refined oil than the erode, but
we may presume tnat wnen tha artinia . hati.
known in England, the price of tbe orude will
rise , the margin for tbe refiner belnr at Dreaent
far too great There seems to be no donbt that
wnatevtr our refiners mav have to mar, altar
supplying the home demand, will find readv
market in England. We observe that large
nipmema are a iso oeing made irom Hew York
to toe west indies and to Anstralia. One
vessel lately took ont to Melbourne 37,000 gal
lons. " r
tiroETS or Floor. The exnortf of Wt
flour from the Dortof Nw York to foreirn norU
for the past week were 99,637 barrels. We had
tbe curiosity to look back over tbe past bnslness
of the port, very complete records of which we
have kept for many years, and we find that onlv
twice before In ten years have the olearaocee of
nourirom New xork to foreign ports reached
tots amount. This was in November, 1853,
when for one week they were J07,0Q0,and for
another 111,000 bbls. ' Since that date, that la
fcr the lBt eight years, there has bsen no equal
to toe ngores now given. journal oj vommtrct.
-lias II , . .
A Game or Cbissask Tbe Illinois Central
Railroad Company are playing a verv krre
game of oribbage. Alone tbe line of the road.
twelve miles south of Chicago, tbey are build
ing eleven miles of corn cribs, tbe capacity of
woico win ne tnree million Dnsneis. iney are
erecting these eriba to receive corn io payment
for landa pnrobased of the company, and the
full Chicago market price Is to be allowed for the
corn delivered mere. ' J
Elegant Lace r.Iantillas,
BAXN eto SON,
No. 29 South High St,
HATE Just opened an Invoice of very larg and
handsome . . .
pusher, french. and chantilla
lace mantillas and p0inte3.
Wide French Laces for Shawls.
Very Deep French Flouncing Laces. ' ' '
Real Thread, French, Chantllla & Geneveee 1
Valenciennes, Point de Gaze, llraselt
ana Tnreaa Laces and Collars, ,
YALENCIENNE3 TRIMMED H'DKFS,
MALTESE LACE COLLARS at SETS,
' INEN COLLARS & CUFFS,'--
' ' In new Shapes,
PAPER COLLARS & CUFFS, - v
- For traveling
PRICES XJNTTSXTAlilsTXOVr.
Traveling: Dress Goods,
MOZAHBIQUBB, POPLINS, BBEPHBRD! CHECKS
SILKS, POIL DE OBETRES, ''' -' , J
. LAVELLA8, BROCHE TALEN0IA8, as. See.
The best and most fashionable styles mths el ty,
AT YKEY XA7W PRICES.
BAIN a SON,' '
W South High BlrwU
JeSl
Domestic Cotton Goods.
BAIN & SQHi
gvFFKH the most Eztensiro
J nnof' j i..-. , .. ,.- t.i .
.' Brown and Bleached Qofm IlermeM .'"!,.
Barnslev Cotton Shcetlnn:
fl.ltfftt UtvlM mt r.llM. .nd TffAfneS!
.if
- (
Tlcklnes, BhlrHngs, flinghams, - ' .'fiy: i
s And Cotton Battlng- ' i :': iv.' , i it
. Aleo, Blasaets, fltaa.lt, ' ? ., v ;j
' Oastlmer, Cloak 0lolhs,ta, tic. ,
Huch bMw regular price. "
BAIN It SON, v.
ettlB !: ,..,-:s--j;t,r.lXWMWlinnX
A
. . TUB
ONLY PREPADATI0.1
!' ', r" THAT HAS 1 a
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
And rrowe aaoro and saoss s?alar
j orory day I .;.,,,!....,
A ad sastisaonlal, new. aad alaort wIlAoal ukr
might ba given from ladle and patterns In all grmda,
f society, whose united tttaoay moo ansssS rasa.
fhatPsof. Wood' Bate Restorative will re. Lot. tha bald
and gray, and preserve th hair of th youth to eld ate,
msll Us youthful htaatw. ,, , .
' . . BattU Oivjek, Mir., Dee, 81st, ;86,
Paor. Woosi Tn will plea accent a Una to Inform
the that th hair on say head all fell erar sweater
yatai ago, .eaaed by a complicated annoi dt, at
M witn an sntpiion oa lb Bad. A eontinual
Soars, ot suosrtng tkroagh Ulo bavlaf radaoed as so a
stale of etepandeno, I bare not bee abl. to obtain tS
lor sap, neither bav I been ante to d than up, aa eea
seqoaDce af whloh my bad has nSered eatieiuely fra
old. This induced m Upay Briers a Bod gal almost
th list cent I had en earth for a two dolts koMleof thy
Hair iUetoratire. aboat the trat of Anrust lut. I tana
hllhfnlly followed the direotlonMnd th bald spot 1 now
covered with hair thfc sad black, though sbcrt, it It
tie seeing k all over m head. Peeling eonfldont
tbat soother large bottle7 would restore H .ntlrsly
and permaaantly ;, I feel anxious to perasrerv la It a,
and being destlttft of mean to purchaa any aaor, i
Woaldaak the if thee vroaktat aot k. rlllln. So aula.
an oruer on tunc egenta lor a bottle, and receive to thy
self , the eorlpture deelaradon th eaward I ts thaw.
tost anaaMLtata. wtaaw aaamarauieritas."
any irieno. bubannah KIBBT.
Llgoniar, Nobi Oenty, InxUana, fsb. Ita, 1050.
Paor, O. J. Woodi 2or Jr: In tha latter nart of
die year 1858, while attending th Stat and National
Law Behaol of th State M Mew lork. my hair, froaa a
ana uaknown to at, commmced fallia off vsrv raa
Idly, so that la th abort po af sta Moths, aba whole
upper pan of my scalp was alaeat entirely bereft of II
so re ring, and much of th remaining pertloa apon the
(id and baoa part at say bead ahortli attar aasaaMS-rar.
so that yoa will not be curprised when I tell yoa that op
en my return to th State eg Indiana, my aor casual
ecoaalntanoe. were not so much at a lea to discover the
sua af the chang In my appearance, as my more In ti
met acquaintance were te noogabM su at alU
at .no. asad appitoauos to th meet skillful Dhrsl-
eiaao in th eounlry, but, reeeiring o. tMurane from
thaw that sly Salr would afltn fee raltored, I was forced
to koom reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately, In
th latter part of tbe year 1B57, your RaUoreUva .as re-
eotnaeaded to a by a druggist, a ruing th moat relia
ble atair suatorativ in use. t tried one bottle, and
lound Is my great (attsfsouoa that It was erod acini tha
desired effait. Bine that time, I bar seed seven dol
lars' worth of your Restorative, and as a result, bar a
rich tost of very sef t brack hair, which no
y.
As s mam or mj trauma ror roar aaor and skill in
th nmdactloa of se wonderful aa article, I hare recom
mended It a ts many of my friends and acauaintaacea,
who, tarn happy to Inform yoa, are using U with like
effect. Very respectfully, yours,
A. at LATTA,
Attorney aad Counsellor at Law.
Depot. 444 Broadway, aad sold bv all dealer thraogfc-
Out the world.
The Rsstorsav nut ss In bottles of thro, sleee. vii
Urge, medium, and small j the small holds X a pint, and
retail for on dollar per boat; in medium bold at
Wait twenty per cant, snore in proportion than the small,
and retails for two dollars a bottle; the large hold a
(nart, 40 er sent, mors in proportion, aad retails for $3
gnome.
' O. J. WOOD it CO.. Proprietors, 444 Broadway, New
fork, and 114 Market Street, St Louis, Mo.
And sold by ROoKRTB a BAMU SL, Ooiumbus, Onto.
tad by all good Druggists and raney flood D (alert
apruuevawaawu.
PE0F. WOOD'S
HETflRATIPE Cului.
nil pnclaely What Its name inaioates, lor, wane
-nlMMnt sa tha tmMtm. it Im sawtvlfvl na. axhllaras-
n.tng, Invigorallnt aad trngtbning u the vital
powera, and at th same time rertvtne, ietn-
ttatos, and renews tn Blood In all It. parity, aad
iinoa at ono rsstoru and renders th lytttm in
kmtoaraW to attack of &iatt. It I. tbe only
pivparatloa rr elfered to th world, (ocbemt
I ealle and ikillfallv combined as to be the most
'powerful toaie, and at th same time so perfeotryifl
ththai
oAelu
Cj liars of nature, and hence will tooth th weoAeaf
h'MomaeA, and ton. ap tn. .tgeauve organs,
thus allay ail nervous and other Irritation. .
J perfectly exhilarating, and at the same lira It isj
fjjlcompoaid nUrely of vegeable, yet so eomblnedj
s lu to prodaot th most thorough tonic sffeot, with-
H
' oat producing any Injurioa oaaequMos. Bucb
mi la ramedy baa long been felt to be a detlderatam lu
IT, the medical world, for It needs ne medical skill to;
nieee thatd.bllltyfollowaallattaoksof disease, andi
proceed and indeed lays the system open to the
St llnsidious attacks of saaay af th moat tubal, sach,l
for example, aa tbe following: Consumption, lu-F
jdlgaiUon, Dyepepala, Los of AppeUte, Palntneas,
nervoua irritawmy, nwraigm, j-aipiiauoaoi wai
Heart, Melaaeholy, Night Bweate, Laogaor, QiA&t-lf
inesa, ttetenoon oi, a wen a. rainrai oostracaM. 11
too profuse, .r to so sat atenatruatioa, and ra,i-v
Ing of th Womb. The, all depend upon general!
debility. This par, heal thy, tonic uorduri audi
Bleed Rraorator la a sure to our a the sun ioil
Iris aad set. There is no mistake about It. BauT
-Uue Is not all. If th system bl weakened, we arej
fllopen topi llo attack, the liver become torpid,!
lot won qraeassa, tn aianeya reiaa so panorsu
V
their fnnattona, and v an troubled with scalding I
and Incontinence oi anna, or involuntary aia-i
cbarre of the auaa, pala la ttie back, side aad be-1,
0
6
tween th shoulders, exceedingly liabi to alii he I
loo Ida, oougba, and if anobckd, soon osnaoealloeit
follow, an . Us patwat goe dowa to a .resnautr.1
jgrav. But apao. will not allow us to enumerate)
the many ills to wnicn w are nebs, is a waixreao
ioocdlUoa of th. system. Bute will say, ia this!
uordial ana Blood itenorator yoa have a panwet,!.
Isafe, pleasant aad eSsetaa! raaudy for loea ill
AppeUte, auioasneas, sutui.noe, weaa ana sic '
Stomach, Languor, Liver Complaint, Chill and
gvr, or ay Bliloa attack, OosUvea, Aciditi
ot th Stomach, Nervousness, Neuralgia, Palpita
tion of the Heart, Dprioa of Bplrita, Bora, I
Pimple oa th Ita, or any dlaiaes sriatag 'rum .
mnnn. klnAit. mw.m mm aVrnfula. KrwaitietsA. Brua I
9
ihiti. rjAHtfk. aiu.h nf .laathln. .aa all thai 2-.
loclasa af disss called female weakness, and H
enumarand above. Wa will alee an tb trsmlar bl
lirrpsssi s epidemles, hang f slimat. .ad wat-
icr, will tad It a pleaeant, sale and sun ntmedyLJ
ana ara. suoaia ever tsavas wiuioax aaaaar.i k
try it. for ww aara re ye. yoa WU1 Sad la It a ineod; 1
Indeed, aa well friend in need. All pron oflM
sedentary habit will Bad it a perfect pmrentlT of at
u wellaa cure for those ailments to Which they are.U
parttealarly aaoed laanaamurieterstndeaut lw
losoere. Uterarr eaatletnen .and ladles who arenotl ,
laocustoaed to much outdoor orarae, will and It f
to ttokr ad ran tag to k a bottle sonstantly on
band: and. above ail. mother, or tti bacovalBg
snebl will a. through that moat daagaroa period .
oat onlv wtk all shall aceaatomed atrength. bull IB
leafe and be. from th thoueaad ailment so preT-4r
.lent among th female portion oftbewerM. is t
short. It lo Indeed t sswtar cordial. Try tt,arHM
land youngt no long- rue the risk of lay ; Uwilij'd
Nliv and prove tunir (snpaaueaiiy a awry
Mm Cordial and MioodBtnooator.
0
O.J. WOOD, proprietor, 444 Broadway, Newlt
York, and 114 Mark I Street, 8t. Louis, Mo., and .
old by ROBERTS a BAHUMl Corambue, Ohio Jffl
and - all good Druggiskt, Prio On DolUrlM
per Boule, . , autrehisMaweowly I,
ooX.rrriiiiTjO "
Machine Hutftcttriit Occpstj j
-ij
aaHOTAOtoajaj or i-' t.-." ;
STElM ENGINES BOILERS
Re9l-Ur?oiiv
of EVERT BRBCRlrTtOlt. . V ..'4.t.uH
it u: ' TosvcnRtT8, ouio;
qaiiAOToiupv;, ;k ahbos, turn. :
aeell. 1858-tf.1- ' '-!f 3" i
B A I f J 2r Q OIL
;fv1
ko. 29 8qo11. JLItflv Btteei Colambiix,
ARE rTOW'OPPBBJNa W U i s :r-f. -,
.8fK yard TravHa . Dres vooda A9H, vain
19 cent. . - - -. i
8500 yards Traveling Dress Goods st IS; relu 80 ef.
8UOS yard Eagllsh Borage at lH, Tela 85 emu
ItiWyarrkerrenchOmndleeat UH, value SO cant.
StKlnyarde Past Colored Lavraa at 10, valwe It eenta.
loov yards Poulard re Bilks at X, value 40 cents.
15)10 yard Supr Plain Black Bilk at i 00. value $1 at
Robe of Orgaadl Beraga, aad Bngllah Baraga, at OM
balf their vain. - - ,
. BATS SS BOS,
trit.'a"ESKt1riinEAOL,ilGe B1ITTS
I,A f elegant .ualtUes for Uaie; sues Miaow' t'tttt
tmkmifim J"-'-- ft.. ' i aih,Vj
'tsstSS X ' "''".'''";' tMj5 ;'T!i ?s wrtwiiin
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