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11 1 COLUMBUS.
OHIO, SUND;M0RM6: DEO:H0
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DAILY, TBI-WEEX1T JJED WEEEXY
t MANYPENNY tV MILLER, '1
fOBlllBllU A1TP' P BOPBIIT0B8,
ID" Ofllcs Sos. 80, 81 end 40, Vortu High1 It
u'- . ' ' WOOperyeat
" By cbe Currier, per week, itu tents.
M-Weekly s 00 per year.
Weekly .'. .100"
v T r. ' " '
.lamia ei Aaveruaing of tHo Square.
i neiaaiir 1 v'iu...i2n no
Onttquare S Mtki..M 00
On " weeks.. 100
On '- 1 nab... 1 71
One " 6 inoLtbt 18 00
' 3nt " 0 month! 14 00
ue 11 3 months 10 00
ie Si monthl 8 00
On. I day ... 1 00
)a " 1 month. S 00
VM . "t. tdayt..., 74
One " llDjertloii SO
blsDlKl -KlVrtiCBnl half mmm tfc.ii Ik. .k..
-Adrntliemefrt leaded and placed la (he column of
Boeelal Notice.," rfotM lU ordinary rat.
All uotlcei requlreo to tot publlehcd by law, legal fate.
It ordsred oa the tortae eiolu.lvely after the flnt week
per cent, more thMtheahov rata) bat all mob wll
, Spuria the Trl.Weekly without chair. -
' Cards, not exceeding ttva lines, per year, ln
rile, 2 50perllnei ouWdeJ. ., i , ; .
Kotlfleior mRflttnr.i-ti.ihl.i. ..-I.I.. . ! I
half price. r
" r'wi'm Witbvirt ewl ii irtiMyid'' M
' "al not !? nrUd from ., , ... ,
Weekly, , aaae prloeu the Bally, where the adTtHlMr
e- the Weekly alope. Where 'he Dally and Weekly
ire both U(vd,ihn the eharoe let the Weekl will he
ai.f thentteaol the Daily 7 wul M
fiie adMrtiaeajent takenMcept fcr ieflaltefetiod. L
11 1 1 ' ' ' ' 1 1 1 1- i i r
: imxi cstrmoea.
FINE & CHITTENDEN,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
Skrtt.TO .. , ,-) i .. n,.,-; ..;.,:.
' . Bon. Jamei'MoBoikf, . . Snperler oiL.', T
i Ben. H. B. Pajn. Olereland, 0. V ' : J
Hon. II II. Hunter, lancaaur, o."' ' ''-M. i '
B0V8-0al t, -,, r i . , ,,.;-. ; i i;. fi,
1 33T 'eT-' A VIiT jtf, j
ttorney and, Counsellor at Law.
NOTARY PUBLIC, :
OyI Jfo. 67 TJIGH 'STRICT, 0DJ.0m' BciLDl
INQ, oppoiltetht Slate Hooie. uui
CollMtlone and ether matter, promptly attended lo.
vef.reDoea given whin required.
. ."""-'J., . . , .,
:(UUof Phalon'lJatabllihinent.K. t.;) '
JL laihiooabl.6halng, Hair CtttUng, Hhaopoonlsg
Osrllngandfiratilng gaioon, v , .
South Iliah St., over Bain's Store),
Jran"hM."'fCtl"1 lU " tilta ta " 0,4 nrloM
.r.1!.4""' 10,1 0U14reB,i nlr roei.Dg"done In the but
So. 178 JTorth High Btreetj '
2m ?i05 'I'i11'.0 "? T ' ne tralna,
will nod the Gait Bonie decidedly a eenrenleat atop
plug place. . , r
olth?n7 W4keJ P U h"', ' Blgbt for
. trat moderate, to lull the timet. - v
! osUB ...
MBAB PSION BIPOT,
1 .-,- awemaeae
TEJlil8....-':......0NB DOLLAX PKR SAT.
P." A. B. 8DIZDI3,
Attorney at Iiaw
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
GJlce-Aiiilioa Building, eppoelte Capitol Iqnare.
. , COLDHBUB, OHIO,'
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
f jMARION, OHIO.
h M C , LILLEY
And Elaok-Book JffnrjJantiirer,
I0ETB HIOH. eTBXrr, CQLVlUVt, OHIO
aurlVdly - , . '
EAQLE -BRASS WORKS,
Corner sprlna; A Water Ste.,
W. B. ' POTTS a CO.,
Ind Manufiictureri of Brut and Oompoaitton Outlnie
,' , riniahed Bran Work of all DeeortpUonl.
Electro Platingand Gilding !,
- STENCIL PUTTING, &C.
- robns Wholesale Lfquor Store
'lacelle ROSS & CO.,
: ;; COMMISSION ; MERCIIiNTS.
atromu and piaxbm m r
' Farlgn and Domestlo Wlnei, Brandlei,
.:'.i' -.:. f"""' '0i fat." AISOl
! v:e -ft i
, t, OLD YE, M0N0NGAHELA ft BOURBON
- -i nrJ V WHISKY.
WlMinaDKB ANnprilOI.SMBOrjIHBlOH gT.,
.CpiinilBTJS, OHIO. ' !
epidlyle , , , ,T.j
(BTJOOBBSOIt TO UcKIl EEHTUAUXj
No. 106, South High' Streefj,
C R 6 C E R I E 8, P R O D U C E.
h'bvi 8Mi b ris t' t . '
T: ji Fpreigii' aiid Domestid bruits, .'
- FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
;"i VsTOnACSE COMMJsVlON
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY,
The IatetTha largest The Beit,
: '. The Cheapeit Bee ami tha Beit,
' " '' 'i
Th flloet' JRcllabJa btandard An
thorlty of the EnglieblAnffnage.'' '
Sim EundrS Sminmt gdueatort of Ohio,
"THE BSBT-aLI8a W0TI0ABI BXTAMT."
'Here are upwardinf a Hundred Thotuand Worda.
wrioee mnltirarlone meaning! and derivation!, together
with thel i oorrtet ipellisg, and proatuulaUoa are clearly
tot before the eye.".) ,t
Btadt4PicUiont of tin Ifmbert oftht OMoBtatt
The nndertigned, member, of the Ohio Btate Teachere'
JleooUtlon. adoot and aim to n In tMnhlnv. riUm
ad (peaking, the orthography and pronunciation of
" novai waario Dictionary, and we moil eor
dially recommend It aa the moat reliable itandard aa
thorHy of the Bngllah language, ae It Ii now written end
Lok4 Aimttwe, Preiident Kenyoa College.
M. D. Ltaorrr, Superintendent Znneirille Bchooll.
, Taoe. W. Haivtr, Hap't Muii Ion Union Bchoola.
M. F. OowotiT, Bnp'tPubllo Behooli, Bandoiky, .
Jobk Ltkcb, Bop't Pdbllo Behooli, OlreleTllle.
- N. Bawtoeb, Prlqdpai Olerelsnd Temale Stmlne
ry. n ,
War. Mrrowtxt, Bopt Public ?chtol, Mt. Colon.
Joan Osdih. PrinclDal Htata Normal Behoel. Minna.
Onna Hmnm- Vrlncln&t Vnnvttl TntunniultafM fLtlAiil.
OlDcinnatl. . ,, ,,, . . i
,H. e.JiJixw. Bop'tCantrm Uhierf BcfreoTi. T
BdwiuBmal, Principal UeKeely Normal School, 1 .
u T. TAiraR, Prof. Uathematica, Ohio Cniraralty.
Wat. W. BDwanna, Bap'l Troy Union Vohool.
i A. Q, Beraur, Prinolpel Weit High BohooL O'.eve
Und. . B. A.NORTO. AatooUU Prlnelcal niihchoo1. 11v.
land ... . ,
'XatoDoaa Snexua, Principal High Bebool, Clsve
B. F. HrauTOK, Principal Olereland Inititute.
I A. OaaruLO, Preaident of Slectto Inititute, Hi
ram.. .. ...
W. L. EiUu.M. ef Ohenlitr. Ahln W1ui
a. ji. JbAXrnr, Zx-Uemmueloner of Common Behooli,
Jaiue MomoB, Prof. Ehetoric, Oberlln College.
Taoe. Bill, Preaident Antloeh Oollen.
O. W. II. OlTSCAlT. Prof. aiOimMM mh
' 1. -0 OnoaucaH. Pmf. tanraa. TTIrfi n.hul.
Peyton. . . I
B. n. Bauer, Bnpt union Bchoola, AihUnd. :
Jfore than 81m Eundrtd o(W Prntdtnl at CMU.
Me, Proftuort, Author and ZX$ttngith4d Sduca
iort, kavt mdorud U14 abav unttonmt.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
aUaUTT. CoLUae "It la trnlv a marnlflcent work.
in honor to the author, the publUhen, and the whole
eountry." Pniident Andrewa.
Oate Wan.tr am UarnunTT Tt eieeeda mw .Tneita
tlont. It will be n ralde in orthorrinh and nronnn-
elation, and will often be eonraltedbymeforlte neat
end accurate deOnHloni." Preiident Thompion. . .
W. R, KcLfCTio Oollboi. "TIeretofore we have naM
Webater'e orthotrranhv. At a recent meetini of onr
racalty.lt wu decided to ehanire It to conform to that
oc woreeater'o Boyal Qoarto Dictionary." PreiJent
aarfleld. . ..
Wieraaa Kuan Coiuea "I find It worth of
cordial approbation,'' Preaident Hitchcock. '
flltlM. flnl lid. - Tt mnr II., nu)i n. an..,. .
tioru. I recommend It ai the atandard authority in
orthoepy W my children end my pUpUa." Preaident
Aim oca CoLutae. "I adoot and aim to nee In teach-
ttg, writlngand (peaking, the orthography and pronun
ciation of Voroeetr'a Boyal Qoarto DloUonary."
rmiwii mil. , 1 . : 1 . I ' ; i i S :
"In all jnw writlns. meeklnc end teaehlni. I have en-
deaTored to conform to the rulea for orthography and
pronunciation aa contained In Worceiter'i Dictionary.
Horace Mann, late Pre.ident.
' EkirroR Ooucea, GMiirm. ''I mort cordially reoom-
mond It at the moit reliable itandard authority of the
angiua language aa It la now written and poken."
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.'
from ee. Anton Smyth, OmmUriontr eV Cbmmon
BCMott in unto.
The Dictionary Ii an Imperlihable monument to the
learning and Induilnrof lta author, and an honor to the
world or letter.. The mechanical execution iafariupe-
rlor to that of en other Iieaiooa with which I am ac
Irvm Sim. B. B. ' Barn. BB-Oommitiiontr of
0O4OOM tn VHW.
"The moet reliable itandard authority of the lan
' ' what Tin
Tfag Newlaver of Ohio Say,
' trvm O CUtdandTjeraJd of March SB.
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary la that
need by moat. If not all. author, ol distinction In thil
country and Kngland, and oonforme to the general usage
of ordinary writer! and ipeakera.
Whatever prejndieee may hare ezlited previously, a
careful itudy of tbli volume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation 01 iti great menu, ana a detire
to add it to uie weu niecieu uorary, ne 11 urge or imati,
It lie library Inlteelf, and will remain an Imperial".-
ble record of the learning of III oompiler.
from th Cincinnati Qmmtrotat of AprU 0.
Bare are onwarda of a hundred thoueand worde f ood.
bad and Indifferent who, multlfarloue moaning, and
derivation., together with their correct .polling end pro
nunciation, ere let clearly before the eye. The work It
unquestionably the greateit xneiaurui 01 xngiun won.
from th Clevdand PlainitaUr of Sept. SO, I860.
Ivldentlv Worctjt.'. Botal Qoauto Dictionary t
not onlv th last, butthttm wort of th kind ever it-
(wl,aadeaa by ae pomibllityiuffer by compiri.cn or
''- from thtltiUlo ma&tof JfaySO,
Ae to nowimoiATioM. Woacimrm 11 th. Btajcdard
followed by eur eeet author.; In dellniiloo. he leave)
nothing tt be derlrod, and In OaraooaAraf it I. iufoolent
te eay that woaearm can be eareiy loiiowea.
t ; . INCHA91 4c BRAGG,
Pnbllehere, Bookacllera dc Statlonere,
. . MO. 191 BUPBBI0B BT., CLKTXLANDOHI0.
aiaiB ..v. ., i
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE . INSURANCE 1 COMPANY,
V AA Jnd :. f OT !
- Nowarit, ixr. J.
UlTiAenet Januarr 1, 186 1 , 4 S Par Cent.
ABBITt .'. BllirW SO.
Statement January 1, isttl,
Balance, per itaUment Jan. lit, I860.. ...3, 406,581 39
Aeoeivea lor rreniuma aur-
Ing the tew Ibtfl 1763,081 ti
Beoeired for lntereit during
the year. I860 ............. Sle.OM 19
Total reeelple for 180O.t..977,067 ,74'
Paid 0 lalmi by Death,9o7,050 09 - ' l
Paid Pollciee inrren-
dertd ............ 41,111 9 1 t
Paid Belariee, Poit- ' -
age, Taxea, Sx
change, ate . 31,620 54
Paid Oommlailoni to
Agent. 51,355 30
Paid PhyaleUne' laee 5.WK5 73 . ' .
Paid Annnltiea 117 00
Paid DlTtdende or ".
lng the year ......106,500 75 565,001 S3
1 : "1 w ; 1 .. ,1 ,
net Balance January let, 1801 (3,811,558 SO
-, ;.,-(,. 5 A8BBT8. .
Ouhon hand..... ......... 8,6584 IB '
Bondi and Mortgageaon Beal
Bitete, worth double the " .
- amount loaned 1,337,841 08
Premium Motea, on Polldee 1
In foree, only drawing 4 per
cent, lntereit. 1,279,8617
Beal Iitate W.etrj S7
LoanionBorlp T 5,031 44
Prtiolama,Note.andOaih,ln t; t -
' eoune of tnnimliilon.... 4343 75
.... 13,619,359 80
T5T5 PoUclei tn force, lniurlng.....t954tO,538
1,435 new Polldet hare been Utued during the rear,
After a careful eelealatloa of the pretest value of the
out. tan ding Pollcleaof the Company 1 end having the
MOMiary amount In reaerre therefor, the Director!
have declared a vitidbib 01 1- per cent, ea tne jrTemt
ama nald at the table ratee, to all pollciee for life In force.
leaned prior to January 1, 1800, payable according to the
preeent rule of the Company. .
Bate, for all klndiot Life ConHngenolM, Proepetrt
BM.f Btatemente, end Appllcatloni, will be furnlebed
wtTaooT oBARaa, at the Office or Agenolee ot the Com-
Uui'Y i i ROBT. I. PATTIBBOUPretldenl
t. O. OBOVKB.yioei'reaideni.
'B1N7. O. KTXLBS, Boeretary. ' , .
. A....i .....v- u. h. HKESOm, Afoni,
' . im uri Ho. 4 Jyhnaon Block,
Kerob , IBM, J J) tJ,,u,.J Columbua, 0. 1
FJL?aA? i it'iaiJB.ED BLACK.
DRBBS BILKS, of ever, grade. The meet ecleet
Meeftaeeatiatheeitjr, and at moat rtaeonnbi. rate..
BAIN tm an w. -
trill . i Ke.ttBeathiUghiir
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
OonnecUng at Creitllne with the PITTSBUBQH, IT.
" 1 1 , WAVNI It CHICAGO BAILBOAD
tor ntttburgh, Phtiadtlphia and JiatUmor. Alto
for Fori Wayn and Chicago. .
Connecting at Cl.v.land with the LAKH BH0B1 BAIL
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Boa
; . l ton, and Pitwv Xerk.) . .
TWO TRAINS DALLY,
'I " ' BXOBPI SUNDAY, ' V
Irom Columbw, la connection with Train on the
LITTLE mi Ami . AND COLTJmBCS
'. , d AND XHMA ItilLHUAlW.
- . IIMT TBAIN. -
. KIOTIT CXPRCaaf.. n.i 1 . ( . u .
will leave paitengerf at all ttatlcca, .top at Delaware
oiiiiii, in. at an eiauooe norm 01
Qallo i, and atall other itationt npon .ienal. arrlvlna at
- "i wutkiiaj, -a. avj MT e iUf DULlattU
w AU' 8:15 A' M, Yo,k 18 U ' iotUa
NBVP TOTUr XPRiiRaT.n.n.i..i . .,t,
- vviwuuuin ..wri
.; will leave pa.arag.re at all ttatlont. Greenwich,
vuiuBioia anu vim.tea Being nag Itationt,
thlt train will not atop lor pauengere except upon ill-
5-. 7K " O'W10" 3 P- th; Dunkirk 1 A. M .,
Buffalo 4:35 A. M, 4lb.ny 4:U P. At., ei.w York 9:50
At Oieetltae with Pltt.burgh.lt. Wayne end Chicago
Ae.7of Ohfcago i"1delPhl - B-l"more.
At Shelby, with Bandoiky, M.nrflf Id and Newark Bail
road, for all point, on that road. AUo for Toledo.
- At Graftnn. with rii.tfi..j n.-ii . . . ..
Toledo and Ohleiwo. Bm,uumam
r,,twi?v'enel;n,d' "J"1 k Bhore BroU for Bile.
Dunkirk, Buffalo, New Tork and Boiton.
Patent Sleeping Can are run on all
Sight Trains to Chicago, New
York and Boston. ,
Baggag Ohteted through to Ft Tori and BotUm
Jew York via Ortetline.
Night Bxpreta arrive at Oolumbui at.. .1:30 A. M.
Cincinnati Bxpreee arrive, at Columbui at 1:30 P. M.
Far aa Lew aa by- anyietber Iteute.
Atk for Ticket via Cretilirtetr Cltvtiar.d,
M. B. FLINT,
Superintendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
. .. JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
' ' ' . ' Colombo, Ohio.
- Colnmouj, Not 16, 1881. v
CAHABIAS tt UHI1ED STATES MAIL
TO AND FKUiM
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec, 1
NiJW , "5TO-E1LX3:.
The Montreal Ocean Btcamahlp Company, flnt-claai'
full-powered Clyde-built B teamen nil owery Sat
urday from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
United Btatea Mall and paaaengera,
NOBWBQIAN, NORTH AMIBTCAN,
NOBTH BRITON, HIBERNIAN,
Skorteat, Cneapeat and Unickcet Con
AMERICA- TO ALL FASTS OF EUXOPS.
Rated ot FaMage to Europe.
830, SQQ. SSO.
Will Mil from LTVERF00L every Wedneaday,
and from QUEBBO every Saturday, calling at
LONDONDBRBT, to receive on board and laod Mailaand
PaiMniera, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
JIjTheeo Steamer, are built of Iron, In water-tight
compartment., carry each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attentl6n it paid to the comfort and accommoda
tion of paaeengere. A. they proceed direct to LONDON.
DERY,tk e great riik and delay of calling at St. John'.
Oliigow paieengen are fumlihed with ran panege
ticket, to and from Londonderry.
Return ticket, granted at reduced ratet.
Certificate, larued for carrying te and bringing oat pat
tengert from all the principal town, of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rate., by thli line of iteamtre, and
by the WASHINGTON LINB 01 BAILING PA0KBI8,
leaving Liverpool every week. , .
Slf bt Draft for XI and npwarde pay
able In Kngland, Ireland. Scot
land or Walea.
For paaaage, apply at the Office. 83 BROAD.
WAY, New fcork, and 19 waTEH ST.,
. - ; , IABETi BXABXS, Oeneral A genu, '
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONC,
nolO-lydAw Pott Office. Columbut, Ohio.
Rn:m,vvES and prevents m-.
flammatlon and pain, and beale the worat bum,
ecald, bralae,eat or freeh wound of any kind, prevent,
welling and pain from bee (ting., moiqulto bitee, and
polaonou. plant., neuralgia, rheumatiun, ague In the
brent, aalt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It will
po.itiv.ly cure croup In children, and givea Immediate
rami in uie worn oaa oi una temoie complaint) alio,
remove! bounenei. and tore throat. Prioe, 95 oeatap
bottle. Should be In eve I j houae. for tale by Pro
Bole Proprietor, N Spruce it .Hew York.
No real Juttloe can be done the above preparation,
but by procuring and reeding descriptive punphletM
be fouml with all dealer., or will be Mot by Proprietor
on demand. lormnlai and Trial Bottle, lent to Peyti
elani, who will find development. In both worthy tbjlr
acceptance and approval.
Oorreepondenoe Kliolted from all whoee neceultlei or
curtoeity prompt, te a trial of the above reliable Rome
die..... - ,i
lor aale by the anal wholeeale and retail dealer
everywhere. v. ",t"' ;
JOHN L. HTJN NEWELL, Proprleto
CHIXII8T AND rUAAMAOIUTlBT,
' Ho. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Hasa.
Robert! A Bamael, N. B. Mantle, J. B. Cook, J. M
Denlg, 0. Denlg A Bon A. J. Schaeller A Son, Agent!
for Columbut, Ohio. myl-dly
VEHT STxTLISII STBIPED flLQTH
8ilAr7LS,laaewdealgnietS3 00 Value $i 00.
1.500 yarda Super Plain Black Silk at 11 00-Valu
I ranch Merino, t&X eenle Talne 87)4 ote a yard.
" -75 cent-value $1 00a yard.
, . . BAIN A (ON,
ootid ' v . Wo. tO South High Street.
IN TLGHIRII ' FTJHNISniNQ
a .i .i ik u
hToraltlM In Ner.b TtMAnd AmaU. " "-
o Byron end Garret. Collar.. '
" " Imbroideid Pocket Handkerchief,
Ptrii Eli Qlovte, tuperior aaake.
Golden Hill Bhirte, varloat ityls!.' ' ' -'
Bova' Golden Hill Bhlrte, do . ' ' -
Driving and Street Ulove do . ., . '
llemmod Pocket Handkerchief!, varloui itylet.
Half Hot. end Under Garment!, H
bam at BOW,
. No. M South High itreet
. ladies' linen Poctet-Handk'ti.
fTEiaiTIEDSTITCiTED LINEN HAND
AX kerchief., vary wide heme.
, Jtmorowereji una, Handk'e ell price.
Hemmed SUtobed and plain do, do.
. do : do , v . colored border.. '
Meurnlng da' - blaekbordere '
,.i Pine AppV.de ' Bewpaitema.
' . Mlae..rf lain and Hemmed Stitched do all price. ''
Oomprltlng the moet teleot teeortmentln the olty end
' '"",t l""' ' " " -' j . BAIN A SON,
fc , . . - ' . .w," HlghBtreet.
BOSNETS, RIBBONSI f AJW.ANfi
. DOHAB,irew!tylee,jBttepejiidby H
BAUf 4k BOW.
aprllS - Vo.SBBMtk filah a x
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
' ' J , t. I .Tr .:
Through to Indianapolis without Change of Can,
and bnt One Change of Cars between ,
Columbus and Bt. Louis.
On and After Monday, November
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
- ' mST TRAIN. f, '
NIGHT IXPRKS9. via Diytoa. at 8a. m., Itopptng
at London, Xenia, Dayton, Middle town and Hamilton,
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m. i .and at Dayton at
5:05a. m.; connecting at Cincinnati for Loultvllle, Vln-
cennea, Bt. Louii. and all point. Beuthweat; arriving
at St. Louie at 11:30 p. m. eonneetlng at Dayton for
indianapolit, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Ohlcago, and all
point. Wait) arriving at Indianapolit at )0;40 a. m. -
8ECOND TRAIN. ' 1
ACCOMMODATION at 5 AO a. m., itopptng at all na
tion! between Oelumbut, Cincinnati enA Diytoa, er
alvlneejl Oimttmmmtt at WSJ a. m., and at He, ton at
8:38 a. m ; conneotlrg at Cincinnati with Mail Line
Bteamboata for LoulavUle, and at Dayton for Indluap
olli and the Weit.
BXPRE38 at 1 55 p. m., itopplne at JefTenon. ton
don, Oharleiton, Xenia, Corwln, Morrow, So, Lebanon,
foeter'a, Love land and MUford, arriving at Clnelnnatl
at 0:45 p. in., at Dayton at S p. m.; connecting at Gin.
with the Ohio and Mlntiilppi Train for Louievtilt, Vln-
ceone.., St. Louli. eio , etc., arriving at St. Loult at
10:45 a. m i eonnectine at Davton for Indlanapoll. La
fayette, Terre Haute, Chicago and all point. rV ett.
dAIL at 4 p. m . ttopptna at all itatloni between
Columbut and Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at 0:85
TCP lor further Informatloh and Throuth Tleketa,
apply to M. L. DOHEHIY, licket Agent, Union Depot,
P. W. STBADBB,
General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati
JNO. W. D0HBBTT,
I. W. WOODWARD,
Colunilut, Nov. 10, J8C1. , . . .
1861. EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
CONmSOTINO AT PITTSBURGH WITH THE
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
Sborteat, Qulckoat and Moet Eetlra
ble Home to all Eaatern Citiea.
Trains Leave Columbus as follows:
4.C0 A. M: J2 15 P. M
4:00 A.M. . 3:10 P.M.
ARllva AT lILLAIJtt .
10:40 A. M. :40 P. M.
Auatva at rtTmntiBon
4:10 P.M. 2:45 A.M. 4:10 P.M. 10:01) P.M..
ARatva at ARamtrin -3:10
A.M. 1:10P.M. 3:10A.M. 8:15A.M.
ARRtVK AT aALTtKORI
8:20 A.M. 1:40 P.M.
8:80 A. M.
ARatva at rBiTAntmiA.
5:20 P. M. 7:40 A. M. 13:50 P. II.,
7:40 A. M.
MXW TORI VTA AtAHrTOWH, . T. ' '
11:00 A. II. V:50P.M. 11:00 A.M. 5:00 P.M.
10:15 P. M. 1:45 P. M.
Patiengeri by thlt line reach New York in advance or
any Northern route.
13:35 P. M. train It the only one from Columbui at
thlt hour, and the only train by which pueengen can
reach Baltimore or Washington the following day, and
arrive tn Philadelphia or New Tork before dark.
' ICPBleeplng can on ail night tralna. . ?"
Tne Only Route from Colnmhat to
Baltimore, Philadelphia or -.
.. New Yorlt
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
Thlt train alto connect! at Bellalre with the Baltlmore
and Ohio Railroad.
TryThl route It 30 MILES BHORTBB to PIttiburgh
anTmore than 100 MILKS SHORTER to New Tork,
than Northern llnee.
ET Baggage Checked Through to all im
portant points East.
1L7 Aak for Tickets via Bellalre or Steu-
benvllle. . i -
U" TlokeH Good over either Route.
JOHN W. BROWN,
General Ticket Agent Central Ohio B.B.
IRA A. HCT0HINBON,
General Ticket AreatBteubenvllle Short Line.
Columbui, Nov. S8, 1801.
WlUfAM He REJ3TIEAUX,
Foreign and Domestio Liquors,
- ' Fruits, etc etc. .
HAi BIM0TED BIB BT0&1 1B0M i
NO. 34. lORTH HIGH STREET,
No. 106, South High Street;;
The oldjrtaiid) reoently oocuptad by WM. JKcDONALD
t . He It In dally receipt of " . i '
NEW AND FRESH COODS'
Which he will sell j
Cner,p fof Caeb. or Conntry JPreAnco
lO Ooodi dejllvered te Olty trade free ot chargeCS
WlUiam A. O-Ul
UOLCnBUB. OHIO) . jc- .
AGRICU1 LTU1UL "WAREHOUSE
Arid Bed StoixjJ
V, 'i ,' ' - ! T
PKALIB IN 'i(.JA
NAILS. QLABa. SA.IL. POTTT.O0BDAG1, ,
e tie, Pletole, T4r4trtUov Ware
therapA Butter t OOxm, Iot L Qiar. See an
' Dally, per year..'. ...........,..8 00
. Trt. Weekly, per-v'a...t. 8 00'
: Weekly, per year ....... i 100
Poem by Col. Baker.
A melancholy rhrereit new ttliehre to the following
ravin nunieocaprav. aian teaajeomraaee wno mil
In Mexico. How truly It can benid of hlra and tboja
who perUhed with him at Ball'i Bluff,
"In kindred heard th.tr mimortte lire,
And hlitory guard! their fame I " .
i, .. . . . .. V . ; 1 ' : .
TO MEMORY OF THE DEAD OF THE FOURTH
BY COLONEL E. D. BALER.
Where roll! the ruihlog Bio Grande,
H.re peacefully they iletp;
Par from their native Northern land,
Far from tntlr friendi, who weep .
. He rolling dram dtiturM thilr reit, -
Beoeathlhiiaedytod - '
', Th. mould lit. heavy on each breait,
The tplrltii with God.. ,
They hrard their eountry'i call, tbd came
To battle for her rlghtl
Bach boeom filled with martial Suae, . ' ,
And kindling for the fight. -Light
waitbelr meanred footitep when
They moved to leek th. foe;
. Ala, that heart, to firry then. '
Should loeabi cold and tow! v Lii.i.. .
, ' .'T t, '. v . , . iv
They did net die la e.rer .trlfe,
Upon a well fought fltld;
Not from the red wound poured their life, 1
Where cowering foenen yield.
Dcath't gbaitly a.ade wu ilowly out
Upon taok manly brow; ,
Cut, calm and fearleaa to the tut,
- They tleep la alienee now.
' ' ,, , '
Yet ihlli grateful country gl re '
- Her hononte their nam. "
la kindred hearte their meaiorlee lira, , ; ' j '
And hlitory guard, th.lr lam... .. ..
Nor airemembered do they iltep
: Op nhforelfn iiracd, " "!
Though near their grave, tht wild wavee twtep,
Thou making Rio Grande.' ,
Three Times a Day.
" Adela, mj darling I Adela 1" 1'
"She ban gone out, gpADdpa." .
"Gone out I with whom? flu the left me here
alone with jou, Julieuat"
"Little Miri is here, grandpa, plavibg with
the dog, and Marianne la in the kitchen, getting
The oonrtrjation wat held between a little
girl about nine jeara old, and the Biron St.
Andreas, an old niau ot eighty, lie wai a
knight ot the crier of St. Louis, and bad re
ceived b! knighthood aad Uaigaia from the
banrJe oi Louis the Sixteenth, King of France.
He wte now, however, quite blind, and conse
quently helpleti. Little Mary, a child of six
yeare of age, made the third one of the party.
'Juliette I" resumed the old man at Mr a iboet
ailenoo, "did your eiiur ny anything to you
when ahe went out?" !
Tee, grandpa," replied Juliette, ".be said to
me, ' Take oare that little Miry does not trouble
grandpa, and ii hewuhts toga into the garJco,
give him your hscd, and take oare not to let
him stumble, over anything, .becacts he can't
see, poor grandpa! and God bts given him to ui,
big children, to take oare of bim, and to obey
him, and make him as happy as we can.' Oh,
I know it all by hein, graidpa, becauta Adela
tells it to me three timee a day; every time just
btlore she goes out."
'Ho! every time before the goes oult" asked
the old man, whose venerable brow seemed ruf
fled by some painful thought.
" Three timet a day!" answered Julietta In
tDtae surprise; "three times every day once in
tbo morning before you come down, irjm tiven
to nine o'clock; another from eleven to one,
and the third from three to five when vou are
asleep. You aee, three timet a day. Did you
mm a. mat a couia not reckon
"What o'clock is It now V teked. the Baron
rather with the hope of finding some discrep
ancy in Juliette's reokonioir. . .
"It struck one just now, Julietta answered,
"And here oomes Adola; I bear the garden gate
opening, ana sne is speanng to Alary and the
dog. They bare gone to meet her."
Iu a few minutes Adeia entered? She was a
young and lovely girl; so young, she teemed aa
if she had scarcely emerged from chi Id hood, and
yet, so serloua and so thoughtful was the expres
sion oi her countecaace, that the premature
cares of life bad, as it were, blighted tht flower
of youth. . ,
"Adela!" said the old man, la a tone so sad
and serious that it brought the a nick color to
the young girl's face, "whence come you)' and
ttreiohlog forth his band, he aeiaed that of
Adela, which tbe bad extended toward him,
took it between both his own, gently stroked It,
and at last said in a mournful manner, "you are
agitated, my ehihL You are troubled! you
tremble! Whence come job?"
The young girl did not reply.
Obtaining no answer, the Baron Sl Andrewa
continued,- and the slow solemn accent with
wbioh. he uttered each word, showed tbe sad
feelings of his heart. "In ltiU I wat a widow
er, Adelerand of my oumeroua family, only
one wea ten me, my aainiea aaugnter Henriet
ta, your mother. : t s. , , -, ... ;. i ; . i -
- "Your father fell at Waterloo; you were then
only twelve. Adela! Adela! what can I eayt
By all my past mieeries-r-by m nnceetinr wrli
by my gray hairs I entreat tell me whence
come you! Whither you go three times every
day?" t n ... . , . ,
"My rather," said Adela, "I am only seven
teen years old, it is true, and yet young as I am
sorrow and oare have already left their Impres
sion on my brow. Three years ago my mother
died, yet tbe sad soene is still ever present to my
mind, as vividly as if it had been yesterdav.
still hear tbe weak voioe, regaiolng momentary
strength, address me:' 'Adela,' aha said,
leave jou two daughterr, be a mother to them.
And my poor father I entrust him to von.
Guide tbe two first la their course through life;
enow mem lis taorna ana aangere hide from
tneseoona ererytaing tnat would pain bim.
"Suoh were the wirde, and I hare tried
obey them. I go oat three times a day. and
that troubles youj but you do not consider that
1 am tne mistress or a lamiiy the housekeep
er, and yet more I have to take eare of van
ail.'' Are not these duties enough to call me
out three times a dayf Have confidence
your Adela, my dear grandfather trait in her!"
"That Is all I deeirei it Is all my heart wish
es, my aaugnter. wen, well! you have been
out to-dav, you. will not go out again! Am
tight! xou oo not answer mj, Adela!"
Adeia, as u sue naa not beard bis last words,
turned to Julietta and questioned her concern
log the studies wbioh she had to recite to her in
tbe evening, and thus adroitly ohanged the
conversation. " She then remained for soma
time with tbe little party on the plana, until
Marianne summoned them to tbe dinner table.
Notwithstanding; her efforts to please and enter
tain her grandfather, the observed with pain
that his mind was. still troubled, and fearing
that hs would resumo his attempts to dissuade
ber from again venturing out, she controlled
her own feelings and chatted Incessantly mlA
the little ones all tbe time, however, minis
tering to the old man's wants-' As toon as the
meal was nuienea, tbe directed Julietta to lead
her grandfather back to hit teat on the piasst,
while abe herself remained as If to attend
her household duties. ' At the end oi ball
hour, Julietta saw her with her bonnet upon her
head, and ber gloves In her hand, walk quickly
through tbe garden and pats out of the gale,
which she oloied behind her with tbe least poa
Sible noise. The old man's flue sense of hear
ing, however, had Instantly detected, and, if
may so epeak.htd followed alt the movements
his granddaughter, acd when the gate cloied
he said with a aigb, tt if speaking to himself:
"She has gone out agalnl" . i , . ,
. Then, probably to divert the so'ltnde which
Was tormenting bim, he directed Julietta to
end take little Mary out fork walk, and added,
. "Bring with jou, When you Come back,
newspaper that you will find oii tbe table In
saloon, and come and read to rue the article
upon the publio rejoicings of last .week. .That
will amuse both you and mt." " . l , I V
VnlUrt aKaaY A ahnvl lima afarwaM
Marianne and Mar nt r. .
AeM .hM f ""irther's feet, began to
rear) th. ..m.i. -V rr.-'V' 7 ".
..,us wuiorj oa naa mention ari
was a very lour ana. ani t.. i ....
and then, to snail mm i n..
it mhl. ' i 2 ,n? nw ,ot lult nnlshed
were heard " r" uoc" tB !
' "There is tin nn tn t . , , .t .
little M. Br. YT" "r,7uur,, l0
..t ' """p"ub oar reautnt;.
You must go then," said the Baron. .
. I be garden gate was not far enough from the
piazza to prevent the old man from hearing the
hi. nT . ll TJ WhlCh t00k PUM be""
bis niece and a lady atranmr.
Does not a young ladv. a teacher oi th t.
too, live bersl" taked th. I.t. r
"No madm,M Julietta repUed. ,
"It mus', be hf ra. Mrtih.l. 11.1
the exaot directions to thlt boute given ms. She
tvi a a TKa at hahiI mm .
- wutuer, wuom jou ao not know, my lit
tle one. . .
'In the whole house, there la no one but m
grandpa, who is blind." answered Julietta. la
aa Impatient tone of a little girl who likod net
her word doubted, "and Adela, my oldest sister
aud Marianne, the eank. at, A kn.k. .v..
gardner; and no one else. But sometimes a
young lady comes htrs who teaches tbe piano,
T.tC f i"" "'w Tu want to see "
"Doee the Birjn Sl Arrir. n..i.tii..t.
ed a young man stopping also al the half open
"Then certainly, the vnnnw !(". fnm bIimi
you are Inquiring livea here, madam," be said
to the lady who was questioning Julietta; "and
dnubilesa the Baron St. Andrews, whom I seek,
it her grandfather."
Aud to tbe intents .iim.A
of Julietta, who still loaiited that her slater
was not a teacher of muie, the young man
made bis war to tha nla.r... n,n.nki ,k.
blind grandlather, and, baviog aatured hitntelf
that be was aneakinr tn th n
ji!(J WMVM U. ,11,111..,,
'Btron! I have the Dleatur. of annnnnnlnv la
you that your peotlon la reitored."
-air j air: you mutt certainly have taken me
for ome one else." the Bir.ini.iri. hia.nrn.i..
almost as great as that of Julietta, "lor my pen
sion was never taken from me. How, then, can
you say It Is restored I"
"Are you not tbe Btron St. Andrews, who
served in tbe reicn of Lnula TV . .nri T..i.
XVI , and in the Vendean warl who lost five
sons in tbe wars of the Empire?" ' '
1 ea, iirt tne Karon aoiwered
"Your granddanehtar tha min. IaA. Aitl.
Si. Andrews does she not give lessons on the
piano in the bouse of the Minister ot War in
ftot, to my sisters 7"
"t-xplam yourjelf.air! explain yourself !' the
old man exclaimed. My pension lost! . Adela!
Three limes a day! Oh, I entreat you to ex
plain!" .... .. f , ..
"It is a very SimDle snattar " tha ime. man
saidj "but how can you be ignorant of all thltt
It la a faot that I have two sitters; and about a
year ago, when tbey were seeking a teacher of
uiu.iu, yuur granaaaugoter, tne young lady
Adela, offered her services. She waa recom
mended by tbd Counteaa da Brinunrt. mhiM
daughters ahe was alao teaching. After some
mouths bad passed knowing that I was in the
war office, and that I am the Miniater'a nenh.
ow she told me that your penalon bad been
discontinued for nearly two yeare, and no cause
bad been assigned for it; and, sbe added, 'Nei
ther a blicd old man nor a young girl like me
can take the necessary ttept to ascertain the
" 'Make your mind easv uoon that nolnt I
said to ber; I will take charge of ths matter.'
a nave luinnea my promise: and now I have
the pleasure of commun catlne to von tha nlnaa.
log Intelligence that order, hare been given
u uuiy ior tua restoration ot your pension,
out atao ior me payment oi a.l arrears."
"un, Adela! noble and worth Birlf)
claimed tbe old man, riialng bts slgnilcee eyee
to heaven. "Ob, my daughter, so ui justly ac
cused! you bare concealed all this from me
all even the labor which your filial love
induced you to undertake! Ob, where is she?
Why does sbe not comet Go, go and seek
Julietta went out aa if for the nnrnna and
the BlroD, gradually overcoming his emotion,
related to tbe young man and tbe strange lady
all that bad passed that morning hie feara
and his anxieties for his granddaughter. The
pra'sa and blessings which tbe old man lav
ished upon the absent Adela met fnll sympathy
from at least one of his hearers.
"Oh, Baron, my dear sir," tbe yonng man
said, "you do not knew me yet. I am a atran
ger to you, but I will give you ample satisfae
tiou concerning my tamtiy, 1 have loved
your granddaughter; sbe does not reject me.
Give ber to me, I implore you, for my wife."
At this moment a cry from Julietta announc
ed tbe return of Adela. When the latter taw
the two persona who were atandinr near
her grandfather, Bhe blushed deeolv and hes
itated in her annroacb: bnt the oM man
called ber to him. and tondlv embranln he
said: ; ' . . '
"Everylhlne IS discovered, von darlin. von
iime rogue, ana nere It one wbo claim.
to be your husband, and to separate you from
me." j ,
"He who olalms that rla-ht." the atlll bluah.
ing girl answered, with a strange mingling of
timidness and firmness, "Must also take upon
him tbe charge of an old man and two little
ones, for whxe welfare and berjDineea I am re
sponsible m the eyes of God."
"Ail, an whom you love shall bs most dearly
weioomea, nearest iaoj." - - -
Adela educated her two sisters, and saw them
happily married as happy as herself; and none
could wish a happier lot. The blind old Baron
lived to an extreme old age, and at length died
in the arms of he granddaughter, bequeathing
ner nis last loud blotting. -. , i
The following Paris letter to the Journal o(
Commnc will Interest our lady reader :,
PARIS, Nov. 29th, 1861.
The trials in the Police Courts of both Lon
don and Paris often bring to light ' mysteries,
not only of the deml monde, but also of the
grand mode, that surpass in straageneea any of
tbe revelations 01 cogens tsue or raul de block.
And were it not for tbe Impossibility of doubt
lng the details, we would be tempted to believe
that the reporters indulged occasionally la re
mantlo flights aid aeaodalous exaggerations.
Tbe art of painting the human floe has be
come in our capital a very lucrative bualneat;
tbe lemma de ehambre ''qui salt peindre en
trois couleurs," white, rose and black ibe
latter to deepen the hue of ths eyebrows and
lathes it an artist whose talents are lavishly
remunerated. 1 Bat our neighbors actjts tbe
Channel fir surpass us in the deeoraliv irt. " A
woman wbo was lately tried for debt In tbe
British metropolis, has given to tbe publio a
peep into Eogllah oablnets de toilette wbish
will, for the future, shake the Freoohnian'e
faith' la the reality of the resplendent trial
4 "slots, and make tbem suspect that tbe fair
face is emalllee, for it seems thai enameling
the visages of tbe weaker set was the prisoner's
employment, and mat roar- or nve pounas is
paid for tbe operttlea. ' Paris has at last found
its rival in ingenious folly and vanity I We
doct't recommend to our countrywomen to try
tho enameling process, but we do advise them
to make use of tbo suave Eao d'Alblon trim
the perlumtry cstablUbmsnt ol Celii, No 35
Rue des Vieux Augustine; they will And It
be a pleasant restorative ior the complexion,
after the. heat and fatigue, oi crowded hot
rooms.'-: ; . .1.'.. -t ji.: , --,
Our rrande artiste. Madame laavet, No
Rue du Menurt, fashions all her winter robes,
whether lor negligee or for full drew, with an
extra degree ot amplitude ia the sklttelebt
or. nine yards from the. ordinary width., .ft
evening toilette, white tnuaiin, tune or .crape,
decorated with black. i all the vogue. - A white
muslin dress hat opr. deep flouucea, each one
finished, with two natro , black- velvets, and
edged with a narrow black lace; the corsage
bian and oueu la liunt, ana. has a row 01 dibcs.
llace sewed, flat around ths week; the sleeves
1 , . ' a ..1 I VI L 1 . ..U ..1
art sport, eui viimiuw wiwi wki
, , . ...
trimmed 5k ' f &ln wh,to "
iwtof uSA fl(mnc"n and the
fi?. lu ,k Uoe ud n o be edge of the
ii h ; biVSW' ttpolat"'
-n?iDI B"ow white and black
dims, are fiolthed on the skirt with a very nar
row flounce rannl.. I. . . ".. ' . .
on , th, lraSV: TO
plaiting of a dark., Ii .1.1 JTtz9
irttM - . " vi niun tne
Our winter bonneta art eertainly queer look
ing ertioles. forralnr a an Ar .Vi-T.r
I. a wriejwaawiwa uvjiuin VI
lace, flowers, feathers, tulU and velvet, all
piled above thforehead in tbe mott .obeeom
lng iasblon. Those we have teen from Mad
ams AlphonalBv No. 13 Rue da Holder, are
lees outreee, being suffloleotly ta the faahloo as
t. ,hP. snd yet unite grace and eleganoe
with the mode. Valval I. mi.t .iih ......
dark velvet snd white crape are combined; the
decorations of wreaths of velvet iewers are
very pretty, rills of white tarlatan cross
ed with black velvets are placed on white ailk
Cbaproo, No. II Rue de I Falx. who I. th.
ratal reoherohe of all the Parisian toenufaolu
rers for ths specialty of pocket handkerchlefr,
now offers a varied and beautiful oolleotlou of
handkerchiefs for the winter.-.
Tub BLA0iai-Wben a blackblid onca
learns a tunc, he never forgets It nor any part
of It. I once knew a bird that would whis Je
Fotly Hopkins"- with wonderful ascuracy.
His owner told bim, al tbe tame time making
the pnrobater acquainted with tha bird's favor
Its tone. As soon as the gentleman tot him
home, he al onos hung up the blackbird, and
going to tbe piano, struck up "Polly Hopkins."
Tbe bird's new master, however, Introduced
parts into (he tune that he bad never heard be
fore: so; after llaten'ne a while, be ber an bias
ing, tattering hit wings, and otherwise signify.
Ing his dlttatte of tbe whole performatce
Much surprised, the gentlemen left eff Lining-.
and then tbs blackbird opeued bis throat and
favored bis new master with his version cl
Folly Hopkins," nor would be ever liaten
with any patience to any other version. This
same blackbird, alter staying In tbe service of
tbe above mentioned gentleman for two years,
was adopted by a aerloot family, where "roily
Hopkins" and all such profanity were sedulous
ly avoided. Whenever poor "Joe" (the blank
bird's name) attempted to atrike up lbs old
tune, a oloth was thrown over hie cage, and be
was tilecoed. Tbe family consisted of an old
lady and ber two daughters, and every night, at
seven o'clock, prayers were read and the "ve
nlog Hymn" snog; and Joe, wbo was an obe
dient bird, and anxlons to conform to the hab
its of ths bouse, speedily learned the toor, and
regularly whistled it while tbe old Udy and ber
daughters sang it. - This went on tor tit or
seven years, when the mother died, and the
daughters eeperited, and Jje, now an. aged
blackbird; fell Into new h.DcV; out to hie 0)iu
day he never gave up the "Ereniug Hymn.."
ruuotualiy, as tne cluck struck eeven, ne iuium
no and went strairhl through with it wni, ln
gravity of a parish clerk. Betion't Hone Fet.
PROF. WOuD'S .
It preclaely woat iu name Uidloato., far, while,
Jpleajaut to the tart, it 1. rcrlvUjiug, xblUr.-l
ug, tnvlgoraung and ttnaguuiuiiia w u r-i.
Ipoweri, aud at tli earn, tiuw ixivinei. .em
ratata, ana renew, ing dioou iu an iu purn !
thai at once rweorot ana rtnam w ey.um
9alnmral1Uto aUaak of ditto, it Ui. ouijl
preparatiuo ner ottered to the world, .0 cliii-l
H cally aud aailltully eomolneil a. to be IL uu.t.f
ipjwor'ul toutikaodat the nml tim. to perfectly pw
luWnul tn. ma in act In Mr j' aeojfdane iUi Uiei
Cj tar. ol nalaia, and hooo. will tooth Uu itMlij
aT'lrtoirKlul, and tone up the diKtmve organa, aud Jl
ibua allay ail ner vou, ana other trrltauou. it u. w
j penectiy exnitaruttng, ana at tne aajpe lime 11 la;
ffl Icompoiied entirely of vegetable., yet to comtiiued' Ld
via. to produce tho molt thorough tonic effect, Willi i"1
out pruducing any injurioua eontesueoce. bucb;
remedy baa long been fell to be a Ue.lderatuui ia rS
lib. medical worlo, for 11 need, no medical (kill to f
wee Uiatdebility follow, all atuekaof dieaa. audi .
proceed, and inaeed uyi uie .ystem open iu tucjL
inildioa. attack, of many of Uie moet uul, kIi.T
for caamplo, a. tbe foiiowina: Oonaumutiou, lu-i"
Widigettioa, iy.pep.ia. Low of Appetite, 'aiuii,j
mvrvoui irriuuimu, hsuibiii., c.iifiwuuiii. iiw
Pi Heart, MelaaoUoiy, Night sweate, Laagew, QiddiH
CnlbeM, Keteution ol, a. well u faiului ulatruoU'l I
coo nroTUM, or vo voaai jaeosirmaiiun, ana .Kil ¬
ling of tb Womb. I'bei all depend upon geuerail
kleotUty. mil pur, neaiuiy, tunie uoruui auu
Blood ilenovator ti a. turn to ear a. uu auu
Lrtat and t. There u no mi.uke aUiut it. Uuuf
mil 11 noi .11. Ai utm . . ..u. w wwum, w
Oimb to billuui attacka. tb. iivor bocome. toruid,
lor worve dlieaaed, Uie kidney, refu. to poiluru. j
their funcUons, aa. w are troubwa wita aiiinK!i.
and InMnUnaae of ariue, or involuntary lj I
charre o( the aama, pain lo the back, aide and tw-la
twB th. ahoaldera, azoeedlngly liable t .llliijlj
molds, oougtu, and If aootitoked, wou enaeiiiji.j"a
follow., and tb patient goes down te a preiuuuci
'grave. But apac will not allow UJ to euuuiewi
ieoadiUoa of th ayaiem. But w. will My, la tlilij
Cdrdial and Blood ilenovator yoa have a penevi.l.
tare, pleaMBl ana cnecrual remeay rar m
Aupetiie. antuaaa, Platuleuoa, weak aa
itomaob, Laniuor, Liver OompbUnt. Chill, aid
fiirever, or any Billooi atUtk, UoaUvenew, Ac uuyl
jf th. Stomach, NrvouMiei, Meuralaia, rai uia-l
tloaof the Heart. Dwrtteroa l kvirlta. mm,
ruapie. on urn race, r any uievan amiua uuui
nnnM klAAil h.k . . ftj.riinlA. krvliuttlma. 11 r .in if
I'hltla, Ooaih, didicaity of Breathing, and ail dia.t
pcUus 01 diaaatet eallM iwuaw weaarae auu, - i
enamerattd abev. W. will alM see th. v.tM li
UxpoMd 10 pidemira, ange ol eiiiaate aad i J
r, will and It a plewant, au and wr. reuiwl,!k4
! 1 -t I Mnl witlnM. ; I, mu l.r .
uv it. tor we aature vou you will and In It a 1 neodi 1
Indeed, a Well aa a friend la need. All peraou. ol'
bedwtary habit. wiUOnd it aparlMt pnvotlvoi S '
a. well a. ear for thoee alhneuia to wnlcu Uiey aie
partioaiarly npawd. Ueoe. miaiteratuaenu,ia
luuik litaranr itenllemenjuid ladle, wbo are anil
aacuuomed to maob outdoor ueiciee, will Sud ul
It their advantage to keep a bottle oouatautly uuJ
band; and, above all, motnara, or uuuo wcuBiiua
luchi will go through that moat dangeroa. periou
not onlv wtn all Uralr aoouitoated treagu, but
aafe and free Irom ill. ihoiu.nd allu.nu to prev
alent aaonr tb female norUoa of th wrU. Inl
abort, It It mdeed a mother' cordial... Try It, old
laiidioun.: no lonirer run the ilakof delay; It win
reUav and nrov ItMlf naphaiioally a Mttora
jAfM ConUai and Mood Utnotakir.
O. J . WOOD . proprietor, 44 tirnaaway, new
fork, and IU Market Strvet, St. Louis. Mo., audi
old by ROBJtUTS A BAiluKL, Oolumbua, Ohio,
rand all food ' Orauiett. 1 Prto Oo Butlar
per Hottle. - 4 , ' maronne-da,wowiy
Wathine Manufacturing Conipanj
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ii a 0 1) a 8.c c ; U 0 il CP c
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STKAM ENGINES &B0IIKS(
" Oattlnga, Mjlieariig, aUehlnery,
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OUAB. AM BOS, Sap't . i .P- AM BOS, tra
Mil. iKJH-tf .'.-'','
BAIW & son,
Ko. 23 8oatli High Street, .Colambns, .
ABS NOW OlMKiKQ .
S000 yard! Tiavclla Dren Wood at bX, vala
9500 yard. Traveling DremXrood. at Hf , va'u W eta.
StHi yard! Seillah at lil!, value ittoeole.
1IWO yard! Srench Oreacdlei at Kii, value ) oenta.
SOOn yarda iut Colored Lawn, at IU, value 13 ceota.
lOUO yardi Foulard Draw SitlnM i?M, vala W reot.
1SU0 yard Super rlain Biauk Silk at S 00. v.lue S123
net, of OrgHBdl Berag, and KngUak Barege, at wu
h.U ill vatu,,-. ,4t fc
a'JrtB ". U ' ' i A ,'S8 doalh High itreet.
MALTESE T. THHKAO LACK IflirTr
ot elegant qnalitl. for Udiei; alto, ktlMet' M!t tj