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BUSINESSTjQAUDS;-
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NEW YORK.
Baa. B. B. OlwUnd. 6. " " v ' v
H B. Buoter, Uauiur, 0. .: et'ii.
, ZX. eT. WTTIjIIIJ, ti-
A.ttorney and Counisellor.ftt Law.
NOTARY PUDLIC; : '
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PJATIOfJAL: HOTEL,
MIAB UNION DIP0T,
OiUKBUti OHIO, ii
MBS"" i .OWB DOLLAR PSA PAT
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F. A. B. 8IMXINS, .
Attorney o,t Law
AND NOTARY PUBLIC. ,j ,
Oacf-Aobo. BvUMID. ireoslle Capitol BtjuVrtv ' ' : '
OOLOMBUB, OHIOi
ulV. O0BOHNZI,
Attorney & Counsellor et Law,
MAW0N, OHIO - ;
' .M.'jC-i LI.LLEY5.v
BOOS X3XNTIliIEl
Asd Blank-Book Hanafiuitnrer,
5u5i KIaa imi!T COIOTaUS, OHIO
EAGLE- BRASS WORKS,
Corner Sprlug- k War sta.(
W.' B. POTTS & OO ,
ind Uannftolnren of Bran and Compot Hlon "Cutlnci
riniabed Bran Work of all StMrlptlonf.
Electro. PlatinTnd ' Gilde r
8TENCIL CUTTING, .,
lebl W4J 1 fJi JJZ V' .v ia; wj- jh.
Colamba8 Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE rtOSS & CO.,
COMSllWlMERCEA
IMPORTERS AND PIALXBB IK . ,
fortign tvnd DomesUo Wines, Brandlei,
......
OUT RtE, 1V10N0NGAHELA & BOURBON
iv WHI8KY. f
WABCH0U8B AND 0FFI0E, 324 80UIH DISS ST.,
- COITJMETJg, ' OHIO.
7r.1;fRfSTIEAUX
No. 10, utflEigh? Met,
OOIL.TJ1VIUXJQ, '
PROyi8Ofi8
. roT6J2at anifDomestio Fruits,'
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KQYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
PrrruM
T . J I (J
Tie latflit-Tho Iargflt-..Ihe Bit,
;.at meapeH iJeome th Beit,' ?
raw iteiiabj Standard An-
vmOirtaiMmMMciaart of Ohio,
"IHJI BISI INOLIBll PI0TI0NARI KIAlTr.,
traru Mm JhwwKrrt,
J'H?' rPnUo( nnnare4 ThouiMl Word.
l.h .t, 1 ?" Tb' ul dtrlntUB,. torUur
CTnoinnoM Omurutreioi.
faa (w f wn 0 (An Vmbtrt of, (fit OMo Btatt
.. ... u... ratvwriwuiaWH(MI.'
The underrlFnea, tn.mben of the Ohio BUUj Tetusben'
inauoa, fdnptudsUm toueela ttehlB, writiBK
p?M.u,iF' "orthography od prooUDClnMoa. of
."" ""' i "? uno BlctlonuT. end tre moet oor
leo"n It the moatrelUble eUncUrdu.
thorttr of the loglUk hngaige. u It li now writtra end
loKm AKoiurfr., Pifcilvlenl Sehyo OohgeO f
. V. D. Lnwrrr, Cuperlntendeot ZaDeirllle Hcio
ooli.
laoj. W. BaavxT, Sap't UhiIIoo Union fxhooli
- H F. Oomttl. Imi't PnhlU .l. n4n.b
Jorni LTRoa, Inp't Pnbllo Bchoole, Clnlertile.
rUw,H 0JwlM4finl Broil
Wm; HiTenu,'inp't rublM Behoof), Ut.VnibaV'
. 1 - r HW. nviWM P.UWJI .IIMII7-
ni 1 Principal fourth IntemedltU School,
H. I. lUtTw, 8npt Oentoi riton BcbooJe.' K I
owtn BM4L, Prlnolpl ktoNeely Hormil Bohool.
u T. Taitui, Prof. Matheouttm, Ohio ToiYonlt,
.,Wa. W. Kdwaim, 6np'i Trr TJnlon Bohool.
land. "
WirK) 8ttaj JrlndjieJ II!g8 School, 0lri
H.ul''iI,riulpeJ Olmland Initllnte.
' 0ru, Proatdent of Xloctlolnitltute. HI-
ran., ... . ..
Hamui, pMf, of Obealrtrr, Ohio Weeiejran
II . 11. HAlKlrr. lf.flamnlMlMia.nflMiiMnii .nV.
, ; " - . w-vM.Mivm. " . vvaaavH wvuvv.,
JBas Homtoa, Prof. Sh.torie, Oborlln College.
Toe. Hut, Preeldent Antloch Oollen.
U. W. H . rikMaana.w T . v. -. . .1 Tri.t.
S O OlDlilAnaa. Prof.. rnmHmM tll-t. I0UVUI
T r- "''"I' w- 4Wfw SilVVBa
vy wui t. , . ,t ... j .....
B. M. Biiea, Bapf TJdIoo Bchooli, Aahlaod. .1 .
Mart than Sim BunulrtA allum V.if. , mi.
Pnftuort, Author and JHtMngitUhwi Xdnoa-
PRESIDENTS. OF. COLLEO Erf IN OHIO .
KAslirr OoLLtSl "Tt ! trnl mairnlflana a,..!.
in honor to the author, tbo pabliahert,and the whole
eounrj."-Pre.ldent Andrtwi.
Aai4. mv amaata.
Hon.. It will be m ralde In erthomnh. and nmnnn.
elation, and wUl often be Moulted bj me for in neat
end aocnraie dtnaltloni." PreiU.ntThompion.; .
W B. Xouktho Oollmi. "Ileretofore we hare need
webtter e orthography. At a noent meeting of our
f11 11 oecUetl te ehanie It to col form to that
Of WurOeater'l UOV.I Ou.rtn Iltotlnn.r. "PMaM.n.
flarflald rf . " -.wM.wa...
Wawrnui Satamra Cuuam.-J' And it f
ordtal approbaUoD. ; Pieeldent Blteheoclt. , ,. .
umLm goutaa. "It more than mteti y expecta
tion. I recommend It aathe.tand.nl .nihnni.ia
orthoepy to . mr children end y pnpin." Preitdent
MorpLiu..
Almooa CouaaaiMMVI aatantMBat aim in fiaa I. i,t,.
log, writlog and I peak log, the ortliogrephv and proaoo.
Sfu?? Woreeatfr'. oyn( ftnarto , Plottonary.1'
f r-ident Hlllv j ( j f ,7,' j ; . fi
'4Ia all m errltlntr. ane&klnv. and tMnhlnM. T h.v. an.
deavored to conform to the rnlea for ortboiraDhT and
pconunoialloauooatalned In Woroeater'f Dtbtlonary.'
Horace Uana,'lat Prealdent.
Xarroa CoLUaa. 0Kain.at mott eordlall nnnm.1
mm nae in maei reliable itaadard authority of vie
English language u It la sow written and rpoken."
Irerideat Andrew..
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF. OHIO.
from 40. Anion Smyth, OommUrionor Common
I School in, Ohio.
'The Dtntlnnftr. I. .n lfnn.rl.hahl. mannminl In IV.
learning and Indoitry of lta author, and an honor to the
world ci letten. The mechanical execution la far mpe
rior to that of any other httiaoa with which I am ao-
'tuamwao" . .. ,.j ,
)vm Bon. B B. Bantu, BB-Oommittiontr oj
BckooUtnOMo. ,
' Tha rjinai Mll.hl. .1... mmIIimmIm f lh. I.
goage."
enuT tbi
Ijeja fling Kawatpapcra of Ohio Bay.
Jrom tA CkMtand Bcrald oj March 38.
' The rtkograpby of the Wore.. tor Dictionary la that
aatd by moat. If not all. antbora ol dlitlnctloa In thi.
ountry and Ingland, and oonforai to the general uaage
M orainary wntera ana epeuers.
whatever prejudioee may bare anted pr.Tloa.ly, a
earefnl itody of Ihli rolume will InTartahly be followed
by a warm appreciation of lta great merit, and a deetr
to add 11 to uu) well eeleoted library, be It large or email.
It k a library tntteelf, and will remain an Imperisha
ble rtoord of the learning of lta oompller. . :
; frvmtX OntxnoH Oommtroial qf April 80, '
' Here are npwardiof alidndred thouaudworde geod,
bad and Indifferent who mullUariona meaning and
derlratlona, together with their correal ipelllng and pro
aunotatkm, are aet clearly before the eye. The work la
anqucttenakiy the greato.t.TbuBru. of Bngllab Word,
erer publlahedy, ,.
; tronx tht Ctettkmd FlainitaUr of Sept. SO, 1800.
i trldently Woactmn'e Rort, Qcrto Dnmoiuar i
not only Ma last, Out th am work of Ma tiuf rctr U
mttd, and ou fey no poM WlltynBor byoump.riixin or
ooatroTerqr. , .. i .
fromlhT)WUBlaitf lfoy& '-' .
Aa to laoweicnuTioM.' Woxoavrn a taa STAXDaas
followed by our. beet author.; In d.tlnlttone be hrarei
nothing to be devtred. and In OiTHoaarnTtt It mffloltn'
iv say tea n.oaoawTaa can sa aaiiy mrowea. : : , ,
I ,v.r,.MJJHAia'4fc'lBBASt3',!; !VtJ--PubUaUtraj'BookawlloradkSaatlonerv,
: K0. 191 BWBItlOR ST., CLEVELAND, 0(110.. .
BJ.it) . ' . ' r '
: TIlE illUTUA B
LIEE INSURANCE" COMPANY,
Dlridend January u 186 1 1 45 Per Cent.
A8BITB....... ......
i ' Statement January l.
81,81S,M0 SO.
1801,
,83,108,382 38
Balance, per itatement Jan. lit, 1SC0.
Beoelred for Premium dar
ter th year 10 .imtCS S3
Rooetred for Interest daring
in year, loou ..........r.i,ui j
Toii'reoeipt.' for ' 18C0. 8977,007 74
Ptld 0 lain by Death.So7.030 00
PaldPollotea tmrrea- ' .
dered 41.111 S8 , ., v , , .
Paid Balarlra, Po.t- n rrc ,
age, Tasee, MX "
ehann. eta. SIjQSO M ' "- 1
Ji: tf
.X;
Paid Oommliilon. to ; . '.
Agent SI, J2S 30
Pkld PhystcUn.' fee. 8,US 7S '
Paid Annaltlee...... 1,817 00 '
Paid DlTtd.ndi dur
ing the jear ...... 108,500 79 KS.Wl 6i
411,878 14
Not Balanoa January lit, 18ai..........J,81S,W8 50
,,t,viJ rtt! i ,i.A88ET8. , : ..' ,
fjatkon hand... -r-','....... , 89,4364 18 . .-) -,
Bond, and Morttgrt on Real . . .
(sua, worth double the uu- " ' ' ,
ameuat loa4..4...i..W BB7,8fl B8 ' ' -
fr.mlusi.Kot. ea PoUole' K,.a oil ui :o -.us..-..
In force, only drawing 8 per ..;,,-(,.'.
ent. 1ntereU 1,379.884 17 1 ' '
Real Istaie. ...-...-.. 00.8H 17 " '
LoaneoaBerlp ...... 1 3831 44 4 ,t 44 n
Pmluma.RoteeandOaabsla - . . .,,i
.., 1 lo :- - Bt -' d :
j Total Asset. ,M... ........ 3,8tW3a SO
Til5T5 Foltole. In foroe, tnsurlBg....'.".. 5,440,533
1,488 new Poltclea kava been Issued during the year.-,
After a eanfnl oaloulatlon of the present nine of the
oststaadlng. Pelleleaof tba )empany,'end baTlng the
iisesesitry aiMOwaf la neerr (herefor. tne Dlreeton
baT declared a Dirmann of 48 per cent, on the Pram,
one paid at the able rate, to all poltci.i for life In force,
baaed ailor to January I, lt, payable aoeorduig la the
preaeni raie ot ue vowpany. . t n;. ..-.1
BatoofOr all kinds of Lllo Oontlngenole, Preapeot
e.,BItmnt, and Application, will be furnlahed
witioot cjiuiiai, at tit OA or Agenelea of the Oeaa-
I 'rtf a , r . n annviR viM b..iju
V " - - M' v vawv hh 1 ivw IWaflUVUIja
BmmxWMlhMlh tow 117
JHUVrmr ThamoetH-
-.. im wavmvtienM)Wrte..' 1.'
. 1 v ' 1 " ' . a a ritf A. ovr 1
1861. 1862.
Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
Changed. GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
unn;.:;
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Oreetllne with tie PITT8BUSQB, IT.
WAYN1 k 0BI0AQO RAILROAD
tw i iutourgii, rMkuHphia and BcUUmor. Mio
for fort Wayntand CMcaqo.
OennooUng at Cleveland with the LAE1 BH0BI BAIL'
ROAD
for Unuklrk, Buffalo, Albany. Hot.
: . ten. and Num.. VaiT T" T
TWO TRAINS -DAILY,
EXCEPT SUNDAY, '."
I tm Columhoj, la oooneoHon with Tralm on the
r" .AND OVV MBIJS
! flBST TRAUt.
! Niaar KXPRBSB-LeaTei Oolunbai at 8:50 A. M.;
Will 1ST! DUlinnrl l all atatl... Tv.t". '
Cardlncton. flffi a.TTr"""!".
..'i,u P arrtrlog
Oiue r. M.. Alh.n a?iH 1 . m.k i. .a n
! 8KC0ND TRAIN.
Ii.Ii,T..X0BB: EXPRESS-Leave. Columbuaat U P.
ii . L... "- Doing afiao etatlona,
mi a i .B1 "op for.PM,,n "P' Pon lg-
bubjio 4: A. M , Albany i;li P
' - . . w ate w siaiauiu n.ni r ,n.. iini, wirlr in a an
U.aw York !6M
voaion n;w a. M.
. t CONKKOTWlfB.. U'f A , .-
AtOre.tln wlthpmiimrgh.ft. Warai and Ohloaio
At Bbelby, with Bandmlry, Manifleld and Newark Rail
road, for all polnti i on that road. Alao for Toledo.
ToWo'a'nd Chki.01,rUn,'n,, X0M'
Pnoklik, Buffalo, New lorkand Boiton.
Patent Sleeping Cars 'are run on all
Sight TialaB to Chioago, Sew
York and Boiton.
?aamZi2? yroueAtoXK, Tori and BoHo
rw i'orkvia OrttUine.
RETURNING.
Night Zxprew arrlrei atOolunihui at.. ,1:30
Olnoinnad Kzprei arrlTee at Oolnmbui at 1:1
A. M.
DO P.M.
fre. aa Low aa by any ether Bent-.
A'h for TielttUtia Crtitlintor Cleveland.
B. 8. PUNT.
BuperiBtesdent, Cloelaud, Ohio.
J Alt SB FAITE 11905, Agent,
Oolamhus, Ohio.
Colombo., Wot18,.8M.V
GUERNSBY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REnores AND PHETENT8 IN
ummaUon and naln. and h.i. iha an k
eoald, bruise, eat 4r fresh wound of any kind, rrerat
wIUng and pain from bee f tinge, mosqatto blue, and
...uiaiKia, rneumausm, ague to the
oast, salt rtwum. etc. Whtn tall.n lntam.ll. I, -ll
positlTely cure croup In children, and gin. immediate
relief In the worst case of this terrible oomplainti also.
remoTO hoarseness and tore throat. Price, S3 conta
bottlo. Should be In eve ijhouse. Por salebyDint
mMud Storekeeper. IRVIN BT08B.
lootedkXt. Pri,U",M ""-.
' No real Justloa can be done the ., nnM..
but by pmeunnir and radio. dcKtltte pampblt4
be found with ail dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
olan, who will Bud development In both worthy tivili
uvuiauu. .ururuiai ana 'i nai HotLlr. Mnt (a Phal
MWI.I.I.W BUM aUVIVTM.
Corre.ndije eclloltad from all wboee neeessltre. or
eurlosily prompt to a trial of the abort reliable Rome
dies.
for salt by the anal wholesale ud retail dealer
every where.
JOHN Jj. HtJNlVEiVELL, Preprleto
( CB1VIBT AND rHARJIAOIOTIBT,
j Ho. 9 Commtrelal Wnarf, Boatoa, Stags.
Robert a Bamuel, N. B. Marple, J. B. Oook, J. H
Denlg, fl. Denlg a Sou, A. i. Bchn.U.r Bon, Agents
for Oolumbut, Ohio.
Ohio. nul-dlv
COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
.. ,..r, . -.
,..''..u" . v" '' :i
the Beat Artificial' nelp' te the
i . II ll 111 a n Silarla. awaa Im.1m.j
JOSEPH S. PESIEY, ,
PRACTICAL 4 SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE K.AROEST, A88OBT.
All h!i GLmm. whither for nwr or far-t1ght(l. r
Bawuiiw iu wucaTW cour IDilD WlID UI rrfatflll Ctlt,
0 at to lull the Mm of all owi, earioff Weako
Ul.tln... A. lnAmm.,lna a. . V. M . J . ..
treogth for long reading or One sewing.
vmoa, 1. jast euiie eircet, at Bonier a Webster 1
Mmlo Btort.
angS-dly : t ', j ...
J. M. & V. KCERNER.
HMO. 53.
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBUS,.
" Tl..'.
! v'"i 1..
DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
AND
j PROVISIONS.
J FOREIGN ik DOMESTIC FRUITS,
riOTJE, 8ALT, .LIQU0E3,' SIC.
OYSTERS B7,Xni OAR IN THEIR SEASON.
cotBMly ,Tf
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
TUB 8TJBBOBIBV.R HAVING TAKEN
a lease on th Stor ooa
:3STo. 11 East State St,
b4 opened It man',;'- fi W t'l ' VtV
: Anction & Commission Room.
J ' . f ail, J.V4'. - ! .'...a- 4J.' i
' Hat la einaay ntatuaaJ . ...lata a- ...11...
ottwriptlos of property, iuoh ai Dry Gooda, Orooertta,
'-""' -in, uKrrwffiat aorwf, 919 no alto
lpundatodoTvCahUaiiaattoa to aalao of JU&l Cataia
2' "onal Pioptrty.at aoy point, with la twaoty ntln
of loo city
. Auction Sales 4 Every Evening.
Consignment raspttlfttllytollolted.
! mtlt w. a. MNT, Anctlonter.
Cranberries I ' Cranberries 1
CASBSHEiE-BeH tJt 4904
vy taft, ooitlgaaMnW V ,
Vottaet low by - .vt..iiJiiii
W-ltKESTTiACX,
lOthraftBigk mart.
:,
f
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami & Columbus & Xenia
a,w.-j , ...
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft tadianapolis!
. ;-..'ii t,
Through to kdi-ii8DolU without Change of Caxi,
' , 1 , snd bnt 0n Chang of Cart between .. '
1 1 r . 1 Colamboj arj4 Bt.Lonl. '
On and After MMonAay, November
.11, 1301., ., ,
Four Trains Daily from Columbia.
NIOHT MPRIB8. 1a Garten, atta. m.. atoi
at London, Xenla,. Dayton, Mlo4Itowa and Hamilton,
arriving at Cincinnati t 7:40 a. m. and at Dayton at
1:03a. o. I oonneetlBgat Olnolnnatilor Louisville, Tin.
oennes, Bt. Louis, and all points Southwest; arriving
at Bt. Loal. at U40 p. ra t oonnectlng at Daytoa for
Iodlariapolie, Lafayette, Terr Eaote, Qhago,and all
points Westi arriving at Indlanapoll at 10:40 a. m.
SECOND TRAIN.
AOO0UM ODATION at 5:80 a. m., stopping at all sta
tion, between Oolambue, OlaelnnaH and Dayton, ar
riving at Olodnnatl at 1053 a. m.,and-t Dm ton at
6: a. at I eonneolbg at Olodnnatl with Idall Lint
Biaamboatt for LoulsvlUe, and tDyon- for Indlanap
oll and the West.
( THIRD TRAIN.
EIPRSBB at 148 p. m, eteppfrg It fferton, Un-
a on, unermou, Axnut, uorwin, morrow, so, Lebanon,
foiur's, Lovelaod and kUlford, arriving at Olnetnnatt
at 6:43 p. m.,at Dayton at 8 p. m. 1 oonneotlnr at Oln
with the Ohio and Mississippi Train for Louisville, Tin.
oennes,, Bk Lob Is. eto., tto., arriving at Bt. Louis at
10:43 a. m. oonneoling at Peyton for Indianapolis, La
fayette, Terr Beat, Ohlosgo and all points West.
FOURTH TRAIN.
MAIL at 4 p. m , .topping at all stations between
Columbus tad Cincinnati) arriving at Cincinnati at 93
p. a.
TT for further Information and Through Ticket.,
apply to 41. L. DOHflttTY, Tloktt Agent, Colon Depot,
joiuotmi.
P. W. STRAD1R,
a.n.ral Tlsket Agent, Olatlnnatt.
JN0. W. DOHBBTT,
' Agent, Columbus,
E. W. WOODWARD, "
t ' Bapeiinteadent, OlnolnnatL
Oolamtai, Nov. 10, 1881.
1861.
1861. EAST.
1861. EAST. UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UNITED.
CONNECTING AT PIIT8BCR3H WITH THE '
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
nrtt, Qnlekeat ana ISoat Detlra
" amw mu Jbsiaiera uitiea.
a
Train Leave Colambu ti followi:
tu cuts 1. VU iTlLtDrVIUJt.
raornlag Bxprea.
4:00 A. M. 8:10 P. M. 4:00 A. M:
faT im.
M 33P . M
. aaann at nuat , . ,
8:40P.M.
BKlva AT FTTTtSOll
. 43A.. 4:10 P.M. 10:00 P.
10:40 A.M.
4:10 P. ftt.
Aktrva at Baaiiiauia
10 P.M. 8:10AM,
3:10 A.M.
8(15 A- M.
AlMVg at Atvrni oa
,, 8:40A.M.
BS0A.lt
1;40P.M.
Aiva at rsnjimxreu.
8.-80 P.M. 7:40 A.M. 19:30 P.
7:40 A.M.
Rtw Toac via AUDrrowa, . r.
:i00A.M. HMf.a, 11:00 A.M. SiOOP.
ta retLrixnrii
10:19 P. M. 1:43 P.M.
1UP. u.
013 P.M-
via 4l.r.. I mm...
Puitngen by this line icach Mew York la advance of
any neruera rout.
18r83 P. M. train It the only one from Colombo at
this hour, and the only train by wblob passenger can
reach BtlMmort er Washington the following day, and
arrive In Philadelphia or Hew York before dark. .
H7"3 Ieeplng ear. on all night tialns.
The Only Rente from Colnmhna to
Baltimore, Pbiiadeiphla or
note York
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS,
Thi. tram also connect, at Bsllalr with the Baltlmor
and Ohio Itallroad.
TtTTht ronu la 10 MILES SHORTER, to Pittsburgh
aa d more than 100 MILES BB0RTBB to Hew York,
than Northern line.
ST Baggage Ubeoked Through to til Im
portant point Bait.
O Aek for Ticket via Bellalr or Steu-
beavllle.
O Tioketa Good over either Route.
. ' ; J0HS W. BROWN,
' Central Ticks t Agent Central Ohio R. B.
IRA A. BCT0HINBON,
Central Ticket ArtntStenbenvllle UbortLlne.
Columbus, Nov. 88, 16X11.
REMOVAL.
WILUAM H. RE8TIEAUX,
DEALER. IN ...
Groceries,
' Produce,
Provisions,
Foreign and Domestio Liquors,
- Fruits, eto. etc.; '"'.'f-
tit REMOVED BIS I0R1 IB0M
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
to : ,-
No. 106,; South-. High Street,'"
Tht oUitaatl raooatly ooenplad IjyTTM MoDONAXD
Ha U la dally raoalpt of
NEW AND FRESH COO D8
. Whlvhtt wlUitil " ; ;' .
Cbeapfor Caan or Country Produce.
TJT Ooodi dttlvtrad te City trad fro of hrg..QI
-rtt,.. :. (.ji .! l Avit.Mi;.a'4 SsVf
coLvmnvn, ouioj ,Z
aVGRICULTPALWABEHOUSB
I And Soed Store,
GENERAL-H ARDWAREr
I AIU,LA88, SAaB, PDTTT, CORDAGE,
6ae, Plitole, WaaaftWUlaw Ware.
atb-vand Rnbbn Bsltlng,
I Ltatbei, Boat anji
miut
evs-aay
.... .... ... , -(,,,-..
Dally, per year..,
.ft 00
, 3 00
. 1 00
!;Waeklvpryearl....
The Expedition to Ship Island.
' Tho expedition to Ship Iilund' under com
mtnd of Br!gdlcr-Gnrl Phelpe, eooalitiog
o m ntftMaoiiasetteg Twenty. glxtb, the Con
neotloat fllnth and the' Maeaachatetti Fourth
Artlllory, oompleted It landing at (ho place of
ueaunaiion on Saturday, Deo. 6.
PROCLAMATION OF BRIGADIER-GENERAL PHELPS TO
THE PEOPLE OF THE SOUTHWEST.
HEADQUARTERS MIDDLESEX BRIGADE.
SHIP ISLAND, Miss., Dec. 4, 1861.
To O Loyal Cittttnt tf tht Southwnt.-
Without any desire of my own, bnt contrary
to my own private Inclination, 1 araln find mv.
elf 'among yon ' as a military officer of the
Government. A proper re.peot for my fellow
countrymen render it not oat of place that
emurn uuae aoown to yau tne motives and
prinoipies oy wmcn my oommand will be cov
erned. . , . l . , .
. We boliave that every State which bai been
admitted a a .lav Bute iuto the Union, siuco
ue auupuoo oi me lionautuiioo, nag been so
aamitiea in atreot Tlolatlon' of that Constitu
tion. .T..' :l -..
W believe that the !ve State.
Itted a taoh at the adontloo of the Cotatitnticn
are, by becoming partle to that compaot, under
tne nignett obligation of honor and morality'
v wviwu Diavery. ------
It 1 onr conviction that monopolies are as
aesiruouv as competition Is cotservatlve of
tne principles ana vitalities or republloan gov
ernment; that slave labor Is a monopoly which
exeludcs free labor and competition; that slaves
are kept In comparative idleness and ease In a
fertile i ball of onr arable national territory,
while free white laborer., oonstantly augment
ing In numbers from Europe, are confined to
the other half, and are often distressed by want)
that the free labor of the North has mor need
of expanelon Into the Southern State, from
whloh it 1 Tlrtnally excluded, than slavery had
Into Trx! In 1846) that free labor la eeaeutial
to free Institutions; that these' institutions are
naturally better adapted and more congenial to
the Aoglo-8axon race than are the deapotic
tendencies of slavery: -and fluallv. th.t th.
dominant polltloal principle of this North
American continent, so long as th Caucasaian
race continues to flow In upon us from Europe,
must needs be that of free institutions snd free
government.
Any obstructions to the progress or that
fjrm of government in the United State
mutt Inevitably bo attended with discord and
War. .
Slavery, from the oonditlon ol a universally
recognised (ooial and moral evil, has become
at length a political Institution, demanding po
lltloal recognition. It demands right to the
exoluaion and annihilation of these right which
are ioanrtd to ft by th Constitution; and we
mnstebooe between them which we will bare,
for we cannot bar both.
The Constitution was made for freemen, not
for slaves. Slavery as a social evil might lor
lim be tolerated and endured, bat as a pollt
loal Institution it become Imperlon and exact
ing, controlling, Ilk a draad necessity, all
whom circumstances have eemoelltd to Hva an.
dr It tway, hampering their aotlon, and thus
impcuiog our national progress.
A a political lostltutiou it OOllld not arl.t ..
co-ordinate part only of two forms of govern-
men visi me aeapotio ana Ibe free; and it
could exist under a tree government only where
publlo ssntimetit, In the most unrestricted exer
cise of a robust freedom, leafling to extrava
ganoe and licentiousness, had swayed the
thoughts and habits of the people beyond th
bound and limit of their own modarat con-
iiiutionai provisions, it count axiet unaer a
lrae government only where the people, In a pe
riod of nnreasotalng extravaa-aiiCH. had narmlt.
ted popular olamor to overcome publlo reason,
and bad attempted th Impossibility of setting
up ueruiaueuuj, aa a political ineittouou, a so
olal evil which Is opposed to moral law.
By reverting to the bistory ol the past, we
u uu suav one ot tne most aettructive wars on
reocrd, that of the French Revolution, wan
originated by the attempt to give political ohar-
aoter to an Institution wblob. was not susceptible
ui uuiiMuat uuarauter. , '
The Chorea, by being endowed with politlosl
puwer, who tie convents, us sonools, its im
msnse lanaoa wealth, its associations, seoret
and open, became the rnling power of the 8tate
and thus occasioned a war of mor atrlT and
bloodshed probably than any otber war whloh
cas desolated the earth. Slavery la still lea
susoepuoie or political coaraoter than was the
unuron. It is as fit, at this moment, for the
lumber-room of the past a wa la 1793 the
mooastsry, th landed wealth, the exoluaive
nvuege, etc, ol the Catbolio Churob. in
raoo.
It behoove na to consider, as a self-covern.
iug poopir, oreu ana reared end practiced lu the
naoiis ot seu-governmeut, whether we cannot,
woiinsr we ougnt not, to revolutionise alave-
ry out of existence without the necessity of a
oonmot or arms lis that of the French Revolu
tion. " . .
maeea, we reel assured that the mnmtnt
W J- a -aT .. . .
slavery Is abolished, from that moment our
ooutntra brethren every ten of whom have
probably aeven relatives in the Northwould
begin to emerge from a baleful delirium. From
mat moment, relieved from Imaginary terrors,
their days become hanpy and their nisht neaea.
ful and iree Irons alarm; the aggregate amount
oi moor unaer me new stimulus of lair compe
tition becomes greater day by day; property
rises In vUue, Invigorating influence succeed
to itagnation, degeneracy and deeay, and union,
narmony ana peace to wnicn we nave o long
been strangers booome restored, and bind us
again In the bonds of fr endship and amity, as
when we first began oar national career under
onr glorloua government of 17H9.
Why do th leader of the rebellion leek to
change the form ol your anolent government!
i it neoauie tn growtn of tn African ele
ment of your population baa come at lcneth to
render a change necessary? .... ..
Will you permit th fra Government nnder
which . yon have tbua iar lived, and which It so
well stilled for the development of true man
hood, to b altered to a narrow and belittling
despotism. In order to adapt it to tb necessi
ties or ignorant slaves, and the requirement of
their proud and arlstooratlo owners I
Will tho laboring men of the South bind
their neoks to th asm yok that I suited to
the tlavet; Wa think not.
W may (afely answer that th time has
not arrived when onr Southern brethren, for the
mere lake of keeping African la slavery, will
abandon their long-cherished free Institution,
and enslave themselves. . - .
It it tho conviction of mv command, as a
part of the national forces of ths United States,
that labor manual labor 1 inherently noble;
that II cannot bo systematically degraded by
any nation without mining its peaoe, bapplncai,
and power; that free labor I th granit basis
on whloh free Institution must rest: that it la
th right, th oapltal, th Inheritance, tha horj
of the poor man everywhere! that la I speci
alty m iigni oi nv minion oi onr eoaotry
men In th slav States, a well as of the four
million of Afrioans there; and all our effort,
therefor, however (mail or great, whether di
rected against the Interkrsno of Governments
abroad or against rebellion combination at
nome, snau ns lor ire labor .
Onr motto and onr atandard shall be. here
and STery where, and on all oooisloos ?
v, wliteUboraawklBgaaa'srlghta. ...
It Is on thla bl, and this basis alone, thai
our mnolfloent GoTtrnmtnt lb asylnnvof the
nation can b ptrpetuated snd preserved.
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J. W. PHELPS.
Brig. Gen. of Volunteers, Commanding.
EFFECT OF GEN. PHELPS'S PROCLAMATION.
The 6hip I.!su4 porrsspoadont of th New
TTOflK ifcwrMn? 0ay B
. f?a tbe Jw!lDfc of to th dT Doember.
a number of the offlo.r nf aha k.i..
r of u who wr still oa board th Constitu
tion were astonished to learn that Geo. Phelps
th. S'V P.roolw to th ptopla of
th BouthwMt. It w. wad toniandeaosed
? illMM"tion ni indignatloo.no
thiug but a M0M f dnty and regard lor dlsclp.
gust lr0DM Pflon of dig-
The next dav the lubstano of th document
praau line wiionr among- the offlcer of the
command and or th naval squadron. Th r.
mark.of every offloer whom I heard speak of It
wa that they bad not com down here to Debt
... "- -'7""'" aiavevy, out ier tne integrl.
ty or the Union. ,.
The assertion In the opening clause of th
proclamation, that it 1 an expreftton of "the
motives and principles by which my eommsnd
will be governed," is (I do Gen. Phelps th Jos
tics to believe, unintentionally so) untrue; on
the contrary, It is the prevailing opinion that if
tbe,proolsmation is endorsed by the Admlnlstra-
huu, i, win ieaa to moon dissatisfaotioo In Gso.
Phelps's brigade, -and very likely to a resigna
tion of nearly, If not all, ot his oflloer. In th
naval department the feeling i even stronger,
and many ot its officers have no bealtanoy in
declaring their intentions of resigning If the
tTo-olamailon is sanctioned by th Cabinet. '
If the proclamation declared an Intention of
the most vigorous pnstoution of the war. and
even eucrtd that if th abolition of slavery
resulted as a consequence of inch prosecution,
the army of the Southwest would accept it ae
ibe legitimate fruit of the fonl traa of Bmh.
sion; it would have met with unanimous appro
val and. indorsement in both branches of the
ervice at Ship Island ; bat aa It now read, they
feel themselves much aggrieved and mlsrenre-
sen ted. x - i
Up to the time of our leavlne Shin Island.
Gen. Phelps bad been unable to get ble procla
mation sent over to th mainland. Th trials
and troubles or "the cew-bcro child" have been
very great and omewhat amusing, and are as
ioiiows:
Geo, Phelps accepted tbo offer of Mr. Smith
secure its dissemination among the people of
iuiwiouppi.
1 hereupon Air. Smith wrote to Cant. Smith.
commander of the squadron, aaktng for a boat
and flag ot trace to lak blm over to the main
land ot Mississippi for the purpose of Issuing- the
proclamation.
Captain smith replied to Mr. Bmltb. court-
eons ly but very decidedly, refusing th boat
snd fl.g of truoe, and stating that h should
lay the correspondence and tb matter of the
proclamation before Flag Offlcer McKean on
his arrival (wblob was daily expected, bnt that.
until then (in otber words, aa long as h wss
commander of the squadron), the proclamation
should not cross the Bound. Lieut. Buchanan,
commanding Fort Massachusetts, gave order
at, aunog ni commend of tb post the proc
lamation should not be posted or read within bis
lines.
So the General's proclamation stands, ap
parently littl obano ot reaching those for
whom It was deeignsd; bnt I learn that a
copy of It is in the bands of an offloer who
sympathizes with It views, and who has un
dertaken to get it over to tbo mainland.
a
DESCRIPTION OF SHIP ISLAND.
The correspondent of the Htrald writes
that, as the island will probably play sn
important part 1n th history of "th rebel
lion of 1861, from it being the bas of
extended offensive operations in tb South
west, and will cbatleog the attention of tb
whole country from the interett which Gen
eral Phelps's proclamation will give it, I shall
try to give as detailed description of the
place and it surroundings ts my own observe,
lions and limited resosroea at band will afford.
Ship bland is situated in longitude 89 and a
little North of latitude 30, and is the property
the State of Mississippi. It Is about sixty
miles from New Orleans, nearly the same dis
tance from the North East Pats, at tb mouth
the Mississippi river, forty miles from Mo
bile, and ninety lrom tort Pickens. It liee be
tween Horn Island, on the east, and Cat Island,
on tbe wont, ana Is distant about Ove miles from
each. Some ten or twelve miles to the north,
on the mainland of Mississippi, sre the towns
Bslexi, Tsscagonia, snd M ssisalppi City. These
towns are favorite summer resorts for tbe
wealthy planter and merchants of tbe Gulf
States, and, In consequence of a bar off their
shore, are now th places of refuge for rebel
gunboats.
Bmp isiarju is somewhat undulating, and ex
tent's in a slight curve about seven milee east
northeast and west southwest, At West Point
(the wettern end), where tbo fori is looated,
the island Is little mor than an eighth of a
mue wiue, ana is a mere tana spit, niter ly bar
ren of graea or foliage of any kind. Thia
astern end, rr Esat Point, is about three ouar
tere of a milt in width, and is well wooded with
pine, cedar, and live oak.
The whole Island oootalns a frsotlon less
than two square milee of territory. Exoellent
water can be obtained in unlimited supply by
sinking a barrel anywhere on tbe place. The
great advantage of this Is too palpable to re
quire comment.
When tbe rebels evacuated th Island they
left tome thirty-six bead of Cattle. They are
now gras ng on tb eastern end of tbe Island
(they would ttsrve to death at West Point, on-
si, as somebody suggested, they were provid
ed with green spectacles), and are in a Very fair
condition nesiaes tne oattie, mere are droves
bogs running about loose, and any quantity
racooona. So numeroua are tbe latter, that
tbe sailors and marines from the fort will tree
ten or a doten of them together In ths dsy time.
ana tnen am tnem witn tnetr cutlasses ss tbey
arise tnem aown. soiaier are not slow at fol
lowing any snob example, and already tbey
nave more a sa anu vanea ineir government ra
tion with tbe oily meat of this muob abased
animal.
Like most of the Islands tn this latitude, this
place contain a pretty well assorted stook of
reptiles and vermin, but with two thousand
men on so small an area, It will not be long be
fore the alligators, snakes, and other "moist.
unpleasant ooaiea" win Did aaten to these
scenes, and take an early train fcr that plaoe
wnere tnerw are no armca men to molest or
mak them afraid. m
At tbe western end of tho island are situated
fort, lighthouse, and the tew boose wblob
eeoaped the Incendiary effurte of tbe robe .
boosea oonslet of on good-elg9d, well-built
brick bouse, wblcb, after considerable repair?,
would make very comfortable headquarters for
commander, or an excellent hospital for the
dok, and three or four hate for oooklog-bouses,
The ligbtboase has been a floe one, bat tbe
rebel burnt It so thoroughly, breaking th glass
oarrying off lb lamp, thai It Is unsafe, and
likely to fall at any moment. It It round and
built of stone. The fort I describe at length In
another place. Th and at West Point Is of
beautiful quality, and In tbe dim light of early
morning or evening resembles, in the nnrltv of
whiteness, ths apotlea drift of enow which
now cover tne Dili and vaiiejof new England.
Coming suddenly noon deck before sunrise tbe
Illusion is perleot, and on almoat forgets that
tt In a oountry where a frost I a (even yean'
wonder. Bat pleasant as It Is to look noon. It
wretched stuff to walk is; It It so soft and
deep that a flr or six mil march is dreadfully
xnaasting.
The island postotsss a very superior baiW,
Into which nineteen feet oan be carried at ordi
narily low water. It Is ti Mated north ot the
west end of tbe Is'aud. The anchorage, with
water equal to tbe depth on the bar, ie five mile
long, and average three and a quarter milee In
width." The harbor Is safe for tbe mitt danger
ous storms in tn gun loose iron, the east
ward, aouthwsrd and wettwaid, and eouthwa'd
and might b easily entered during these
storms witbont a pilot, if good lighthouses were
plaoed In proper positions. Tbo rits and fall of
the tid I only from twelv to foarieea -lash.
If on of th retail of this war should b to
mak Ibis Island an Important place of trade,
value of thla barber onot be over sstlasa-4
, It ts tbe Intention of the Government ts
ooenpy Ship Island with large force.
;
tT Suknrit f fi Dtilt Ohk Strttim.
inraruDiy Afltanee,
TUB
ONLY PREPARATION
. r, j THAT HAS -i"-! '(" :
, STOOD THE TEST OF IEAKS, ;
A rrowo moro aid moro popnlaa
-. . nr.. -?.
And testimonials, new, and alaest without naaher
might be given from ladUt and gentlemen In all grade,
of aooietyi who united leeUmony now eoald mtsC.
that Prof. Wood'. Hair Restorative will neton Ufc.ld
sd gray, and praeerr the alr of the youth to old age,
Inallitsyonthful beauty. 7, .
Battle Creek, Miek., Dot, Slat, J8S8, .
Paor. W0001 The wilt pleas aooept alius to Inform
thee that the hair en my bead all fell o( aver twenty
years ago, caused by a complicated ehroolo dice, at ,
ten dad with an eruption on- the bead. A continual
course of euBerlng through life having reduced aw to a'
lata of depend.no, I have not bees able to obtain stuS
for cap, neither bava I been able to do tbea up, la eon-'
nuenee of which my bead ha suffered extremely host .
1. This Induced me to py Brlgg a Hod gee almost
the last oeat I had on earth for a two dollar buttle of thy
Hair HauonUv. about tb first of Aoguat tut. I kav
faithfully followed the dirsoiloasBd tb bald spot It now
oovered wilk hair tbiok and black, though thr( It I
alao coming In all over my bead, feeling confident
teat another large pottbt would re tar 11 entirely,
and permanently , I feel aniloua to persevarv In Its use,
and being desUurte of mao. to pnmbaee any mure, I '
would aak tbae If tba woaldst aot be willing to Madau
an order on thine agents for a bottle, and receive to thy
eelf the oorlptur daelaraUua "tb reward I. to ebon 1
that are kin to tb widow and tbe fatherless "
Thy friend, SDSaMnaH KISBY.
Llgonler, Noble county, Indiana, f . tut, Utt.
Poor. O. l. Wood! Dtar Strtla tb latter part of
tb year 1BSS, whil attending the Stat and National '
La School of lb Stat ot Vw York, mjr hair, from a
oauot unknown to me, oommescd falling off very rap-
Miqr, a. uu in we awm epce ox am aaouth, uia whew
upper pan of lay scalp wa almoat entirely bereft of U
covering, and siucb of tbe naainttig porrloo aputt tbe
aide and baa. part of my kad Maori ly altar DeoMa.gray
So that ywu wttl not be ottrpriaat-fthen I tall you that up
on my return ta tb State of Indiana, mw mora casual '
acqaalaianc wna not to much eta lea to loovr th .
oaut cf the change tn my appeai-ano, a my mors loll
mt acquaintances wer to rrooani M at all.
atiiua mail, .truncation to Iha moat .kllirnt a.bI
aUn In the oouatry, buC reseiviss no asturanco from
them that my hair would again be restored, I ws forced
to beoom reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately, in '
tb Utter part of tbe year IH57, your sKatoratlvawa, re
commended to me by a druggist, aa beUg the most rella
Die nair SMiiorauve in us. 1 tnd on bottl, and
found 10 my treat aatisfactioa that tt wa Dradiieinc tb
desired effect Blno that time, 1 bar used anven dot
tars' worth of yoar Restorative, and aa a remit, ban a
rich coat of very soft black hair, which no mouey can
As a mark or my trained ror yoar tabor aad tklU tu
th product! 00 of so wonderful an arilcl, I bar recem
mended it us to many of my friend and aoeualntanre.
who, lam happy to Inform you, ar uaioa It with ilk
effect. Very iwpeolfully, yours,
A. M LARA.
Attorney and Counsellor at Lt. .
Depot, 444 Broadway, and told by all dealers thromh-
tnttb world. '
Th BeetoraUve tt put up In bottlce of thro sixes, vis:
targe, medium, and small; tb small holds X a pint, and
retail for on dollar per buttle; the medium holds at
least twenty per cent, more laproportlua than Ibe small,
and null for two dollars a boiUe; the large holds a
quart, 40 ar cent, more In proportion, and retail, for 'J
bottle.
O. J. WOOD a CO.. Proprietor. 44 Broadwu. New -
Y'k, and 114 Market Street, lit Louis, io.
And sold by a SAMOslL. Oolumnus. Ohl."
and by all good Druggist and fancy Good. Dealer . .
apruiidawwwur.
PE0P. WOOD'S
DEMlfE UoL
BIOQD REWOVATOa:
BU praouwiy What iu nam tnawata, ror, wnus,
iptavjant to tb la, If, It Is revlvilyi ng, (jUiliarat
log, Invigorating and stresgtlMnlng tj tbe vlul
powers, and at th ten time reriviSea. iei
.tabs, aad raueirs the ood in all lu punty, at,,
tho. at otioe rttorm and rtdri IA4 ntlm n l
fWroMfo attifJm ifdmane.. It 1 in uoly, ..
U!liy and Siilltully rombioM a to be tbe moMlrjl
.powerful toulo.aadat lb utm Uum su prfutly ft ;
Cj ,a. of natui, and nno will tooth tht teeoAasf 'i.
Pittomaeh, and ton up th dtnt.UTe organs, anjj
I thus allay all nrvou aoa other Irritation. It u w
'pr totly xhilarating, and at lb saute lim it Is.
!compoed entirely of vegetables, yt so couoinwl LJ
las to produoalha BVMtlboruuajb tonic Mtect, with
Uia. IMIIMU., J UMIWHM WUM.WM. KI.M,
V Mjnarl. ba. Ion. IMMn fait lairwi . dMatdMrMtilm In'rK
ib mxlical world, for It needs 00 awdlcal (sill to;f
ace that debility follows all aitaoks of duwaa. ana,
preas aad lodMd Uv. tb ayateia open to tboiLJ
jaliasidious attack of many of the most iaul, suchJI1
rr axampi. tn louowing: uon.umpuou, In
Nurroua Irriiamiiw. Nffumlaia i-alDitatiouut th.
CjlUrt, Melanoboly, Night SwmU, Languvi, Olddi-I
gijnee, Mtanuon 01, as wu as fainiui ouamuxe-i
1100 nromaa, or 100 mq.u, aenstruatioia. aua is, -
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ling of tbe Womb. Those all depeud upon general)
UeoiUty. Tbi pure, healthy, tonic cordial ajHll
Oloou jbsaevaior is as sure to cure aa tbe sua to
I here is no mieiake about it. bud
Lhi 1 not all. If tb system Is weakeued, w arJ
pen to bilious attacks, th. liver tnuomss torvidj
ur wore diaeaasd. th kldn.va rfrnaa 10 oafloniil
kblr fnaottoue, and we an troubled with oa!dtng!
ana mooouueaoe 01 nnn, or in voluntary onvl
chars of th aaau, pain la lb blu eta ana M-
twen th shoulders, exceedingly liable to sllghtjl
uolds, ooughs, and if BMUoaed, soon mactatloo
lollowa, ana m paawnt goes dowa to a pnuutanl
Igrav. Hut apaoe will not allow a to wumuiatej.
tb many Ills to which wa ar liabt In a waai:
joondluon of th system. But w will v, In tlutl
iOoniiai aad Blood ftuaovatov yon hav a refract
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nan, pieaaan am cuoctuai reman aor km im
Apptll, auiouan, VUtulSBu, weak and slvk
Stomach, languor, t,ITr Complaint, Vbills anJ1
g.var, or any Bilious attiKk, OotUYenoss, Aoiujt'
.f tb Stoauca, nei-rousnes, flearalgia, rai-rKa-l
don of tbe Heart, Pepre ssioa of spirits, rurse.1
fbaplee oa tbe faoe, or any dlasa analog Iron,,
ffiitts, Oough, dlrhouliy of breathing, and all lhai!
mo a re nioou. mdi aa aoroiuia. .miL,lua. uron 1
olaje at aieeaaae call leual weakness, an'
inuawrated abov. We will also say th trsnler
ispaaad te epidemic, ehauge of ctUaata and waH
(er, will find It a pleasant, sale and sure ntmedy,.
laud non should vr travel without. ltader.: Cr
(try it, for w aasur you you will find la It inenU;1
I indeed, Weil a a frlnd in need. All persons ol .
ssdaalary habits will Snd it a perfect pre recur. 011A
ae wllscursfortbosailuMoi towbisu they are M
particularly ezpoeed. U.oce aialstersturlnu.t I w
tornty. Uterarr c.ntlniannd ladle wbo ar ot
; accustomed to mocu outdoor axeieis, wai and iu
10 their advanbur to keep a bottle eun.iautly ou
band; and, aoove all, mothers, or these becoming)
aon; Will go through that moet aaogeroa penoa
not only wtb eu their accustomna Krengta, out
saTa and free from the thousand aliment so prv
alent among lb temale portion 01 th world, in
abort. It is indeed a mother', cordial. Try II, oidji
land oung; ne longer run the lick of delay; It will1
reiver and prov Itself empnaueaiiy a lunvrai
Ur Cordial ad Blood Btnotator, , . I
O. J . WOOD . nronrletor. 444 Broadway, New!
rork.and 114 Market Street, Bt. Louie, Mo., aadl
sold by BOBSKTS a SAMUEL, Ooluubua, Ohio.
and ail good Druggist. Price Oue DolUrli
per Bottle, . - marcn!-oiweowly
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UOOyard Traveling Dram Ooods at lltf. vaat -
SUOO yards InglUh Ba at lH, valu 85 eenu. i.:i' i
1000 yards Vranob Onracdles at M4, value SO cents,
BOOn yard fast Oolored Lawns at 10. valu IS cent. '
101)0 yard Poaltrd Drew Silks at 37 vela SS aaat. T
Itvtwyarai enpr riam viae ant at fi vu. value 01a
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