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VOLVIIINO.
NEW
COLUMBUS., OHIO, TUESDAY; MORNING., BEC. 24, 186L
1J DOLliJ FZS YEAB,
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DAILY. TEI-WEIKLY AUD WEEKtY
MANYPEMNY t MILLER, ,
fPBLISHiJH AHl PBOfglXIOBI,
ET CCIo No. W, It and 40, Horth High It
T1KMI ESYAJlUflll IB APVABOB. r r
BUy i- . . 8 60 dot mi ''
U Carrier, por woek, iU tut.
W.We.klf . - 'Jo per veer.
5Vuia't)f Va-rrtuTii br ue Square.
Baaarelyaaj..B9o on
Oft ttaart Iwttk. 44 00
On " I week.. 100
Ou ' " 1 no... 1 n
Ooa " 6 moLtht 16 00
9m " C nonUia IS 00
One H S nonius jo 00
3d ' ' I month. 8 00
On fdey;.. 100
On " 1 montW 1 0 uj
"o ' . " 0y. . 71
One' Wl llnatrtlon SO
Dta'played ftTtrUifnigy! half turn than Km tsar
ts. !:,, .,.,, .y
T'te11?? f?d eoltuaaol
;? . ' """" n(uit ram.
u Ja JT ??i?c 10 1"Ul4 by law, legal rate.
per oeni, nor thaa the abov ratcsi hot U soon wll
appear Id the Trt-Wj, wttttoal eharL..,' , v
Tr- L
(it, WHO Mr I1,h. outrfd. ' r
"'""'.iUiblMlrteaai, fir eoinpiiW.
vt, uui pne
tramni arUurtUmnttt m pattf fit
Woeklytlon. Wbr Ti Di, tod wekh
Jo drtliniit tka Jcet for ijeftnlt pflrlaty,.
BUSINESScOARDS:.
ourmiiu run.
COUNSELLORS AT LAW, " f
QO
iVa.ll "atxot,
(Offlow of OJtjr J4g,)',;ar, ,tii
NEW YORK.
Boo. Mi B P.,0, ClT.U.d: rT '-, ' I-
Hn. U H. Uuuicr, Uacr, O. , .. ,i
fl
T. "WTErXjIlU- 1
A.ttorney and Counsellor nt Law,
NOTARY PUBLIC, r:
J ISO, apiiMli Ihe Mute Hon. " . rT
. MnrsDot givca wao nquirtd
I(Ui of Phlon'i Xtiablltoiawt, W, T,0 '
Hof oa DreuiDg eioon, . . 1 T.ViT
poutb Hifch St, orer Baln'a Store,
bra otUlMiloa wilt bt glrea to all Ch.
HjS"' f4 CWWniB VnuiLi to QM DMl
CALT HOUSE,;
Ho. 173 Horth ;Eii Strwl ,?
C0LUMJ?US,.0;HI0.
Ji,77r.. v . mr PO. a prooi ar
l?!?J!W ?? th. tr.ln.,
toipiao. " . wajyoeDTolotrtop.
dccldtdjy
rami
DftrWkit nn a .11 1 1 . .
a u lr.Un. r , v " 1HW B
Ijrmiawonite, tomlttb Une. "
HATIONAL HOTEL,
SIA UIIOX BBF0I.
OOLUMBUS; OHIO. ;
XI&MS......
UB-Sa. V
0KB DOLUH PXB PIT.
P. A. B. SIMEINS,
-t0.ttoxiioy Law
AND NOTARY TUBLIO.
o-ABibci DoUiIin, oppotlt 0pltol Booaw.-'i'
OOLOMBUB, omo;
Attorney & Counsellor at Law,
' MARION, OHIO. V
M. C. LILLEY . , rf
And Blank-Book M&nu&nturer,
M0ETH HIQB (TSKXT. coLimTra. otito
arlr-dly
EAGLE rB R A 88 WO RKS,
' Corner print: trtMi St.,
Oolumtoua , Olaio
W. B. ' POTTS & CO
1 Mannhotanrt ot Brut and OomporiUon OtfUon
FlDUUd Brtw Work of all Dewrlpttoo.
Electro :;Platin71nd Gildiig !
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
Colnmbna Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROS8 & CO.,
commissioxWrchants,-
IH PORTIAS AND DRAXBRS IB
lortiyn and Somestio Winea, Brandlei,
Im. A. ALSO, , '
LD RYE, MON0NGAHELA & ' BOURBON
, frhWHIIKYi'V ti:'
WABBB0C8X AMD OFPICB. SMSOUin EI0H IT.
B, COLUMBUS, OHIO.
7M,rH. RESTIEAUX,
v (I900BBSOB 10 SIB A. RJSBTIBACX) ' '
No. 100, Souths iglBtreet,
OoLUMBUa,
. DtALgrV IN ;
GROCER IE 8, P RODUCB
PROVISIONS
rreign4,ano JDpmestuj, Ifuits, 4
FLOUR, BaLt.'LIQUOR 8,' BT0.'
STORAGE & COMMISSION,
7? iWOttOJEbTER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Tha "tateit Tho IargeitTho Beit,
Th Cheapest Baoaum tho Bst,
TJ moot IlellabJa at&ndard An
tborlty ef tb Ensll! Lannage.
"THJJ BJBT B50LI8H PI0TI0NABT XtAJtl."
vary Jm JWvwAr. ,
'Hi arttrpwardt bf Hoodreff Tb((nDl Worfi,
wno mnltUarton awaolop and drlvatlop,i toother
witn Uuli oorroot rMlUscudproDluiaUaoD arclarlj
' OlKtfnnaU Ommmvtal.
toad U PmUttm of the Mmmbtrt of M OMo 3taU
To nndertlrned, mambii of tb Ohio BtaU Tobrt'
-omiuon, aflopi aodala toawfo UacbiBf, irrtuof
and tpeakinn, ttl trthorrphy D ; pronuooUttoB of
woiMMar'i savai Qurt DloUory- ,nd n nort oor
dlally noommmd It at tb soil rallabl (Uodard aa
tDoritro(tBXiUiUlaiiU(,uitto oow wrtnes tod
rpoktn.
; loom ixmrwa, Pro, Went Imyon Oot1K. r -j-i
M. Lwun-T, aQptrtnlnHtaDt'IiinetTtlltSoBeoH.
Too. W. B.m, oap'l Ukuiloo Colo Sch. oli.
f. Cowtwat, luo't Public (choolt, Baodaiky.
Jon Ltkcb, op't Puhlto tohoolt, ClreltTllk.
lAMtoiD, J rloclpal 01rlaiul. Ioal enalo
i" ft" 4 i r I i it ,i 4 '
Wm : MrrCBtu; lup'i PabUo RckaoWi Mt. DdIo.'
Joan Obdu. rrlnolDal llill Marml 8ohool. Minn.
Ofibi'ffuili. Mnilln.1 fnriH Tn.a.4lata OxKonL
ClneWl. "
'' . Maarm, Wpt Cautoa Ublog Bcbool. C"
Bma-ta Kha, Principal MoMmIjf Honaal ol.
tu T. Tima, Prof. Haibtmatiea, Ohio Carrorattgr.
WBi W. Kdwbm, Smf'l Trap Colon tOMol.
. 0. Ilomixa. Prinolual WmI Huh SahooL Aim-
bad. ' ' - .-V- .
A. HolTOH. AnoelabiPrlnolDal nlih School, aim-
. I. BWkrroa, Prtodpal Olvnland Inittrnt.
A. OawiBUs PrMtdont of Ilaotio Lutitni, Bl-
im.
W- L Hiaaa. Prof, of Cnemlitnr. Ghl& Waalans
I- 11. BaairaT. Ix.Omm(Mlonar of Qomman flohoolm.
Ohio t
JMai Homtoo, Prof. Bbatorto, Obtrlla 0oUw.
too. Hnx. PrMloant Aatloob Oollaf.
0. W. U. OAtaoAMT. Prof. lljkthmtfaa. WHl
0cbool, TMjbm. . ,. , ...
-8. 0. CtovaaCM, Prof, aggnag, BI&H BobooL
Dartoa .. . . .. . .
fhipt Uolon Soboola. aiblaid. :
Man ikam 4a ffuHdnd aUktr PntUUnU qf CWl
0, rroftort, AuUori and DitiinvtUtktd Educa
tor,
, Kan mtdcrnd lit oon atnilmoia.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.''
Katnrrta Oouaw ''It I traiy namlfloaat irork.
an booor to the author, tb pnbUabr, aad tb wbol
ottatrp." PrldDt Andmn.
Om Woturtaa Oaimurrt -"It ooMdi mv mweta
tieo. ' It will b of gold, lo ortboprtphy and prooun
oUtlon. and will olna be ooofolud by m for It Boat
aad aorarai deonlUon,." Prwldtnt Tbonpaoo.-
R. Iouotic Oouasa. "Bcratoforvw ban and
Wttw' oribog rpbp- ' At rot mntlng of oar
facolta.lt waadaeiilad to ahaua U to oootorm lo that
of WnroMtoi'a ftojal Quart PwtloDatj." Pmldwt
(hrflald. . , .
fumi Benotn Otnum. "t find It wwtb of
oordlal approbation. Prtaldant Bltoboook.
Obbou Ooutaa.'!! mon thaa oiicti np apeata:
too. I nooBUMDd 1 a tb itandtrd aatborittta
ortbaapy to j obudrap aad pap popUa." rrandaat
norgao.
' Aimoca CoLLxat,"! adopt and aim to oat to loach-
log, writing and ptaktBg, tb orthography and pronao.
oiUo of WoroaaMr'a &ojl Qoarto ' AlctloaarPt''
rrOTiocai mil., , i ) i i.iN'l I-.' .
"In all By wrtMtii, tpaaWnf . and taaohlni, t bar a-
daarorad to conform to tb rait for orthography and
plonanslatloo aa ooatalned lo Woroeitar'i Droilonarp.''
-"Oorae Mann, lat PraiUtani. , ,
Bjurro OoUasa, Oaiuno.-'I moat eordlallp icoom-
Bond It aa tb moat rallabl itaodard aathorlty of tb
EnglUb laoguag u It to DOW WTrtttan and rpoko."
Prwldtot Aodrwwt.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS 07 OHIO.
from m. Jim Anytt, Cbmmittiomr qf Cbmmo
"Tb Dlottooaiy I an Inparlababl monomaat to tb
toaraing and Induatryof It, autbor, and an honor to tb
world of httcra. .. Tb mMhanleal azwmtton U far aup'
if
rlor to that of any otter Lulooo with which I am a
unalntada1' . - -
qoalcted
from Am.
B. Banty. tQmmitHoner-
tioAoot In OMO.
Th not tUabl ftudard autbtnrtty of tb 18"
gaag." ,
: ' mux m ;:'
IjBtfllng X'Wpepr of Ohio Bay.
from UU ClrMafui Berald q MarcX 28.
Th Brthaaranb of lb WoroMtcr Dictionary la that
aatd by moat. If not all author, 01 dlillnotlon In thla
oontry and Bngland, tod oonformt to tb gnral ong
of ordinary wrttar and fpaaaor,. . -Whate.ir
oratudtce, mai bar, azlatad pnrloiuly
oanfnl itndy of tbl, olum will Inrarlably b followed
by a warm appreciation of He great marita, and a dealt
to add It to lh wall Mltoted library, b It large or amall.
It tea library Inltaelf, and will remain aa loparuha-
U reoord of (M iMrning or tta compiler.
JromVu Cincinnati Comntreial of AyrU 0.
Hare in upward, of a hundred thoaaand word good.
bad and Indifferent whoee maltlfartoua meanlngi and
darhratloiu. tooetMr with their correct t pelUni and pi
onoolatloD. ar let elcarly before the eye The work U
anqneaUonabiy tb greateat Tbeaaoroi of Eogllab (Vordi
rr pobllihM.
from a OlntUmA FUxinitaXtr ofBtft. to, I860.
evidently WoacMTi'e Rotx QoaKTo Diotiomart U
not tmiy A loa, but (Aa urr wort of Am kmd tcr it
awe!, and ou bp do pom.MUtp rufier by oomparlfOB of
eon trorerry . , r
From Ma 7bUdo BUvU of Xwy 80.
' It to RoiTOKOUTioa, Woacirru ra tb BTajnuu
followad by oar beat author,; hi definition b taarw
nothing to be detlred. and In OnTHoeiaaniT It la lufflcteni
to aay uatWoacarraaaan b aafeip followed. -
IN6HARI Ac BRAGG,
PnbUahcr, Dookaaller dt Stationer,
RO. 101 BUPEBI0S ST., CLEVELAND, 0OI0.
B0l
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE: INSURANCE COMPANY,
: - y ; ' -.; Of
HJoxVaorlx., S3. To
Dlrtdena January 1, 180 f5 For Cent.
ABSITB.
..vl,813,58fl SO,
1, 1881,
Statement January
Balance, peritatament Jan. bt, I860..
S,40SA6i 30
Rael,ad for Premluma dur
ing tb tear 1&0 B7W.033
Beaalved for inter.it during
tb pear lt0 114 014 IB
Total lecelp't for. I860. .. . t0770s7 74
Paid 0 lain, by Death ,eC7 ,050 00
Paid Pollole. tun en-
dered AMU " -
Paid Balariea, Po.t-
age. Tax,. Xa-J
eKD,, etc BlrttO M
Paid Oommleaion. to
Aawota il.KS K
Paid rhyaMaa' feee. 4 IM 78
Paid Annoltlae . U17 00 . ...
Paid Dividend dur
ing tb J ear ......198,500 T3 KS.O01 83
411.07B 14
Hat Btlaoo January lat 1861......... .tlfenjVI 90
I .. .-:.Vj. j A83BIB. . ,
Otahoo band..... a,284 It
Bond, and Mortgataoa Real
Batata, worth double lb .
tmoant loaned. B.tVfrNl 68 . :
premmat. Motea, on Polleie
In to roe, on ly drawing t per
tent Interval. 1,879.884 17
Real Bate e 90 8US47""
Loan.oaBortp J.W1 44 . . .
Premluma, Notataad Oath, lav ..
aeon of trtaamltaloD.... 43.341 7B
Total Aaaeta SS BIMSS 10
T , . ,- T r.. f -
TT5 Polleie lo for, (Bearing.. ...fA,ge,B38
1,48S new Polleie hav bwa laauad during tb year.
After a terarnl oaloulatloB of the preeenl va'a of the
oautandtng Policlee of tb Oompany, aad having the
tueeaenry eunotmf In reearve therefor, the Director,
bsve declared a DiviDaao of tl per eeot. on the Pr.nl
am. paid at tba table rate., to all pollole. for life to forea,
laauad prior to January I, taW, payable aetonllng to tb
preeenl role of the Company.. - r - . r,r -. ,
Rate for all kbdl ot Lit Oootlngenote, ProepeoW
aeea, B tatemeota, aod Aj'plicatlone, will be (urntobed
wiTBovt oaUBoa, at th Oio or AgcocVta of tb Oom
pany. .. R0BT, I. PATTBRBOIf, Pretldeot.
L. O. OROVBR, Viee Pretldent,
BBI. 0. MOW B, Beeretary , .. j. , . . .
- j M. K. BfcESON, migmt,
.1. . ...y , - Mo. 4 Juhntoo Bioek,'''.
Mtaahta, 1861. Oolumbua. t).
PL A f N -t It tt' riOCHEO BLACK
DRIBS ITLKB, of ever? grad Th bom eelvol
Bteartmeat la tb dip, Bad at aioei ittaoneM ran. .
... BAIN A BON)
., mpAU . I tjx 1 1-, .i it Ha. B poBtb HbjbKg
t ,iifjtj'(l a' i'fv ."M .
1861 1862
Winter Arrangement—Time
Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
22
3
RAILROAD.
OoiootUg at Oreetlln with lb PriTIBrJMH, IT.
( WATNB h 0BI0AOO RAUHOAD
br 2UUourg, FMladtlpMa and SatHmon, M
for fori Wayn and (Moaoo.
OoBOeotlog tt Olmland with tb bAKl 8B0B1 BAIL
I BOAO
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albany, Bo.
, on, b1 New. Xorke i i
.TWO TRAINS: DAILY,
I t EXCaPT BtTKBAT, :' " -
(Prom OolBmbua, la ouBotlon with Train on tor
mil TRAIN.
' inon vvenn.. . . .
Will la.va paawngert at all itaUuo ,ioo at DeUwar
uu k armsBiinm ua mnnii . r a iui a.m.
barougiuo, Ulld, ttelluD. and itll i.tinn. mn,,h .1
O.IIoj, and at all other etatlone open alanal. arrlrlnt at
0 'evaiand at teM A. n uookir. t .a,d V L.S.Tl
v m Am
II0Ol TBAIS.
.jr..T0,X "f-Uw OoluwJ-ua.fcUP.
M.) will leave paaaragara at all aiailooa. Oraaowlab
Boeh!r. Columbia and Olmatad belug Hag ataUona!
tbl, train will not atop for pueeogera eioepi upon la
pel. Arrlee at 0 elaed &3i P. 3d . Lubklrk Sa. Vi.
Buffalo 4:3a A. M , Allwnp 4:14 t. M., aw York 9)60
' COKHROTIONB. .
At Oreitllo with Plititwrgh. Pt. Wayo and Chicago
iao'f?r1Cbia..,ttbUrl,' "l'hU
At bbalby -wltb Banduilry, UaniOald aad Kawark Ball,
road, for all potota on that road. AUo for Toledo.
ToondChro.0'"""4"" xoim
At Cuvel.Dd. with tak Shore Railroad for Irla.
SBDUrk, fluO.10, N.w York BUBo,t.
Patent Sleeping C&ri are run on all
Bigat Traini to Chicago, Sew
- York and Boston. "
SmekX IKroyaktoirn, York and Jloiton
ia Oertiand; alto, to PhUuichikiaaitd
Ufa YvrkHa OrttUtni?
RETURNING.
KlghtBxpreoiarrtTeeatOolumboeat...I:SO A. M.
ClmuoMtl kxprew arrlTw at Oolumbai at L'30 p. M.
rur tut Lvw mm br anp otnor Uoato.
Atk far TiehU via CttuUntw Ctmlad.
- -
1. S. FLINT.
taptrlnttnduit, OlereUnd, Ohio.
J AMI 8 PATtEBSON, Agent,
0,0., 19, IBM. . . 0-flo. .
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM
RE1HOVE8 AND PII EVENTS I IV
Oammatlon and pain, and heala tba worat ham.
eoald, bruie,out or freeb woand of any kind, prorata
welling and pain from bee iUnga, moeqolto bttaa, aad
iwwuuvue iiiuw, iwnsaigia.. rnaumatiam, ago lo tba
breaet, ealt rbeom, sto. When taken internally. It will
poeltiirely ear eronp lo shUdren. and (Its, immediate
relief to tb wonteas of tbla torrlbl oomplalot: alao.
remoT boaraeneea and ore tbroaU Prloa, 23 canto
ooltl. Bhould be lo ere 1 hooao. For .ale by Drna.
giataaadBtorakeepcr. IRVINBT0NR.
...jy. opftor, 9 Ipnto at ,Hw York.
1 Mtldoiwlyi
So real J a, Ho can be don the abort prepe ration
bat by procuring and reading deecriptlre pamphletM
be foand with all dealer, or will be cent by Proprietor
oa demand. Formulae and Trial Bottlea unt in PhM
olaoa, who will Hod development lnootb. worthy Vutt
aaceptane and approval.
0orrapondaoi erUcltad from til whoa oaeaailtie or
eunoeuy prompia vo a inai 01 too abort reliable Rem
dial.
For aal by the nul wool sod retail dealer
nrjrwhor.
SOHH L. UUNNEWELI., Proprloto
CHEMIDT AND PBABJf AOKDTIoT,
. ' Vo. 8 ConmereiaU Wnarf, Bog ton, Koto.
Eoberta Bamael, N. B. Marple, J, R. Oook. J. II
Denla, tt. Uenli
as.
ona, A. J . bob (teller at 80a, Ageol
lor Oolumbua. Ohio.
Burl-dlj?
COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tito Beat Artificial ndp to Uti
utuman aigut ever luvented.
; JOSEPH S. PEELS Y,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN.
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT
meot of the moat Improved kind, of apectaolee.
All hi. Olaetea, 'whether for near or far-algbted art
ground In ooncavo convex form with the irretet ear.
o aa to tult Ihe Byee of all oaaea. onrlnc Weaknaea
Diuineaa or Inflammation of the Byea, tnd Imparting
etrenntb for loi,g reading or fin tewing.
umoe, ia aiaet Dial ttreet, at be I tier Wobatort
Mu.io Stor.
augS-dly . . . , .
J. M. & V. KGERFJER.
IeO. OQ,
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBUS,
j ft i', ' DBALIB8 IN . .-v. ...v
GROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
' PROVISIONS,
! FOREIGN A DOMESTIC FRUITS,
FI0UE, SALT, LiaUOES, ETO.
; 07BTIRI BT TBB OAR IS TBBIB BBABOlf.
eetSMly ,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
r'JEL O O IMC .
rpH E SFJ BSCK I B" H UATINO TAKEN
ilSTo. 11 East Stat St.,
hucpod Itaaao-. P. "'"' 1';
A action & ' Commission Room.
, B I sow prepared to receive on Oommltiloo every
detwiptloo ol properly, tueh at Dry Qoodt, Oroatrie,
Llqo irt, FurLliura. Oarrlagea, Hon.,, io. B alto
Inunda to drvot hl.alieotlun to talee of Roal Batata
and froal Pioprtp,st tup point, witblo twenty mlloe
Auction Bales Every Eyening.
OontrgnmenUi rtepeotfally tellcltrd. ' "" : "
' W. B. KENT, AooUtneer.
Cranberries f Cranberriea
0 ORDBR. ea atgBmeBt. . . , , .
fortib3Whf j .
a n 3. ' .)-.'
WM B. BIBTIBAUZ,
mHta&ihHrtt.
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For ClBelxtnatLjtoa 4 AadlsaapolliI
' ap ' ' -
Through to IudltyueoIU without Cbaog of Ctri
ud but 0m CUofoof Cfttf betwee.y.
On aad AStme Mctiday, KorvmlMur
Fonr Train Diy from Columbus.
' -lTUTTiA.IN.",,'.r'
HT0HT IXPR1BB, fta fitytoa. tt I amn ttepplBg
tt London. Xenlt. Dartoi. Mlodlatowa and Baealltao.
arrlvlog tt Olneinnail Bt :40 a. I aad at Pa tea at
1:06 a. B. ooaeoilng at ftoolnaaal lor LoalavtlM, Tin.
etnn, 8t. Louie, and Bl polota Boatbwaat; arriving
tt tt. Lose tt 1141 p a I oDnila Otptoa for
Indlanapo:i, tafayatta, Tirr Bauta, Ohloaao, aod U
polo ia Werti arrtvicg ai iBUanapoHt at 10:40 .
AOCOMMOB ATIOR at IM a. m., atopptn.at bU
Hon bt.wteo Oolumnat, Oinoianad aod Saytoa, r
nnog tt Olneinaatl at WB a a, and at Uuton at
StUi a. m oonoactii at OlndDnatl with Wall Lla
Biauaboati for LauUvtll, mi at Daytoa for ladltnam
Oil end MM We. , l!ir: , , ..... , .,
THIROTRADr. '
1ZPUM tt I Mp. , atopptn tt Jeffiraon, las
doo. Obarlwi, Zanla, Sorwts, Morrow, to. tVaaamoa,
totur'a. Love land aod Mlirord, arriving at Otaotoaaa
Bl dll p- aveM Dajrtovat g a. ermnaatlor at Clo.
with tb Obi a Jiaeteeippt' Train lor Loulavilta. -ta
eoMa., It. Louie, tot, eto.. arriving at Bl. Louie tt
10(44 a. m. i enootlag at Daptoa for IndlaaapoU, La.
fefWt, Terre Jlaut Chicaao aod til pointe Wert. .
FOURTH TRAIN. ,
HlTti at 4 n. m . ttopvln. Bt alt ttaHona bttwara
OoluBtbM tod ClBttaBttti BRtrug M OlBetasaPi tt Ml
TTT Per farther Isfbrmttloa tnd Throuh TtaVea.
apply to a. In PUBJUtTX, IlakM AfBk Uoloa Umpfi,
uoiuaioa. . '
F. W. 8TRAD1R.
6eanl Ticket Agent, OlnstBCtK.
JHO. W. DOHIRTT,
Agwot, OolambB,
.W. WOODWARD,
BuprIatBdo Qlnoirmarl.
Oolombaj, IT or. 10, )IS1.
1861
1861 EAST.
UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UNITED.
O0V2(10m A? PIITIBTOflH WITH I SB
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
... 0FFIR m
bortet, anlokost and BXott D.lra
pio mo a to to u fcastoru Clue.
Tt alni Lear Columtroi aa fotlowi:
UMUAIIII.
nornloa;
ADO A. U. 110 P. U.
vu wBiwrnua.
Ezpreae.
raar uxi.
tiOOA. atilftUP.M
AMIVg A X1.I,H
0:40 P. M.
AXBtva'AT rrrraarrrt "
S4 A. At. A' 10 f. at. iteo r. K.
10:0 A. M.
WOP. U.
aJtarva t Baanam
IMf.B. A'lOA at.
SilBA. if.
am a.m.
aJUtrrgAT lALTralokl
BliO A. M.
MA. St
lr9r.at.
Axxrva at pai'astifBu.
30 P. H. 7:40 A. at. 11:0 P. at.
TitD A. U.
yiw tokk vu Aumrmwa, a. r.
ttooA.u. imop.bi. iiua.h. aop.M.
vn paaaotxnna
JltlJP. kl. 1:45 P.M.
lar.v.
via AUDrrowa.
PaMnnrt bp thla line itaoh Xew Tork to tdvasea of
top Mortbtrn root.
itiSS P M. train la the onlv ona from Oolomhna at
tbl. boar, tnd tb only train bp which paeiei.gert (aa
reach Bait more ar Waehln.ion th following flay, aad
arrive to Philadelphia or Bow York before dark.
B7AIttpliig Ctrl oa all night train.
Tba Only Bonto front Oolnmbaa to
. Baltimore, Pbiiadeipnla or -Aor
York
WITH 0NL7 ONEl CHANGS OF CARS.
Tb). train tlto eooaeetiat Bellatrt with tb Baltfmor
and Ohio Railroad.
imhll route I 90 MILE 3 BB0RTIB to Ptttabunb
and more than 100 aULBa BB0BIBAV to Bow York,
thaa Mortbera llaet. , . ......
0BHtca Ubaaked Tbronah to all Im
portant pofuta East.
UTAik fr Tiokatt . via Bellatrat or lfu-
banvlll. .
97 Tlokoti flood orar attbar Root.
J0H w. BROWW,
Gentral Tlcktt Agent Ototra' Obit B. B.
IRA A. BCT0BIB80V,
SaDtrel Tlekat ArentlwabeavUl abort Line,
Oolambo. Nov. H, lbel.
!
REMOVVL, :
DBALEBilN
Groceries,
Produce,
2 "ProYiaions,
Foreign and Domestio Liquors,
Fruits, eto. eta,
SAI BB5TOTID BIS IT0BB TB01I -
NO. M, NORTH HIGH STREET,
. t . .
..TO'- -
No, 106, South High Street,
tb ellittod reoenily teeapM hp.WM. MeDOVALD
B to la dally receipt of V,.
NEW AND FRESH GOODS
. Which b wui an ; ;
Cavoap tor Oaab ar Ooantry FroAttea.
S3 Soodt dUvi4 to Olkp trad tret of abtrpa.,0
J .I..-I ,') lC.-!.V' -
William l. 0111
coLcnsus, onto y;".
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSB
Aiid Seeid Store,
. ; - DBALM Of -' "
GENERAL HARDWARE,
' BAILk, SLASB, BASH, PTJTTT, 0ORDAQB, ;
entaa, rittoia, WooAdt WiUow Ware,
Ibai bWbImb. iL TiTmr Boa ana
tha aod BakMBtitug, I IUkr, I" Ml
ytj-ajj
' M'". tiaiis. a .
Vallp. par pamr. ... mt iM9l 00
TrtWeekl,pvrcr........., 100
.Weekly, pareu 100
Gen. Scott's Letter on the American
Difficulty.
',
' Mr Dear Bii: Too artra right lo doubling
tba deoiaratioo tmoatod to me to wll tbrt the
Cabinet at Waablagton had given ordert toieiie
Moure. Maaoo. and Slidell even undeg a neutral
flag; ioi I we sot aven awara that tba povern
at bad bad tbtt point under ooo.idera'.lon -
At tba time of aty leaving New York it waa
not known that tha Ban Jaolnto bad.raturned
to the Aoaerioao laaa, and It wa. geoerallF top
poled tboaa pet aont bad aaotped to Cnba for tba
purpoo of ro-ambarklng la the Naehvllle, In
purtolt of wbioh v.g-el tha Jama Adger and
otbtF orolier bad bean doapaiched. , .
. I think I an aatl.fr joa la a few wordi thai
joS bt bo aerlona ooeaalon to taeL ooaoeroed
about oor relation! ritu jsogitad. If, aa Bar
ruler prof, tba htg do dUpoalitou. to, entour
age tba dlataotlont la Amarioa. .
Ia tba flrtt plaoe, it la alaioat gorparflmi to
lav to joo that averv lottioot of prudence at
wall aa or goud DaigDDoroooa prompta our uov
arameot to regard no honorable aaoriSae too
great for the preaerfaliou of tba frland.bip of
wraat srtaia. i nit mutt oa ooeioaa to an to
world. . At. no period of our history baa bt
trlandthlp Dean ot mora Importanoe to our peo
pie at do perloa Dat our t jveromeu, been In
a aoodiilon to maka greater ooooeaaioaa to pro
aerva Ik Tba two natlone are anlted by tutor
( sod tympathlei ooramaroltl, aoolal, politi
cal, and rellgloua almoet aa tha two arms ; to
ona body, and no ooa ia to Ignorant aa not to
know thai what barn on matt OArin thtothtt
Is a oorreapondtng degree. .
. I am per.aaded that tba Britl.b Govaramaat
oto entertain do doobt opjn tblt polnt bat 11 It
do, I feel tbt 1 mj lake It upon mv.elf to
tay thai the Pre.ldenl of tba United Suiu,
when made awara of it exietanoe, will lea do
opportunity oi dispelling it. ,
or it tnara aoyumg, i vaotora to alarm, In
(ha eelgure of tbtaa rebel aattaarlea wbioh
ought tj reoclveaa onfrlenoly oontiraatioo from
Biugiana. tier it teem en will not quettloalb
legal right of an Amarloaa veteiKf-war to
learoh any oommeroial veatal Jaatly autpaoicd
of Carrying ooniraband of war. That right bat
Dover been tnrrendtred by England, it w even
aatranteed to ber by the Tieety ol Pariti aod
orit j guui irowuea uown upon every atrait
and inland tea upon tba globe, ara oonoluaive
eviaenoe tbtt the regard tblt right aa ona tba
effiioaoy of wblob may ba not yet entirely tx-
liDguiana. ur coarte, tbero la muob that 1
uritattog and vexat out In tba c xtrdae of tblt
right onder tba moat favorable o ftumttancca,
and It it to ba hoped tba day la not far diatant
whin the maritime Stat, oi tho world will
agree in plaolog neutral com aero bevond tba
reaoh of tnob veiailont. Tba United Statea
Govaroment baa bo atrlvlng to tblt aod for
mora toao ni'y ya to tali and, early la tba
protect eentnrv, and in Ita lufanov aa a nation.
it emuaiaea in .wer wita tae greatest naval
power in toa woria; ana it ia even oow a per
Bi toDt tailor at every maritime court lo Eu
rope for a more liberal recognition of the rlgbie
of Daaipala than any ot tba other great mari
time nttlona have yet been disputed to mak
nut onui tnote rigbte ara aaonrd by proper in
ternauooal guarantee, upon a oompreneu.lva
and enduring batlt, of coorte England otnnot
eompiain oi aa ast lor WDloD la all ita material
Marioga bar own naval blatorj iffjrdt auob
meroul preoedenla.
Whether the oapllva from tba Trent were
contraoand or war or not, la a question whiok
tba two Uovernmenta Ota bave no atrioat diffl.
ealty in agreeing upon. Il Mr. Seward can
not tattiiy IS ri ttu.sel that they were, I bave
no doubt bal Kasaai will ba able to tttiefy Mr,
otwaru wa tney wera not. if tbey were, at
all BUtDoriiiaa concur in admitting, agenta ot
tba rebellion, It will be difficult to eatfaty impar
tial mloda that they wera aoy lea contraband
thaa a file of rebel loldlen or a battery of hos
tile etnnoa.
Bat, even tboald there be difference of opin
ion upon this point. It ia very clear tbtt oar
Government bad tulBoient ground lor presum
ing Itself in tba right to etoape tbe aoaplcion of
having wantonly violated the relations of ami
ty wblob tbe two oountrlea profuse a desire to
preserve and oulUvaie.
The pretense tbtt wa ought to havo taken tha
Trent Into port, and bad ber condemned by
prlae oourt, furnUhea a very narrow batia on
which to fix a aerioua controversy between two
great nations. . euted in other words, an of
leiite would have been laaa If it bad been great
er. Tba wrong done to tba British flag would
have been tnltiguted if. Instead of analog tba
four reoela, wa had teig.d the abip, detain, d all
her passenger, tor week., and eotifi-oated ber
oargo. I am not surprised that Captain Wilket
took a different flew of hi duty, and oi what
waa aue w ma irienaiy relations wblob lubaitted
between tha two Governments. "Too renowned
oommonaeota of tbe Eagilsh people, I believe,
will approve of bla effort to make the ducharge
of a very unpletaantduty aa llttla vexation aa
possible to all Innocent partiea. '
Ii, under tbesa olreumatanoea. Euaraad should
deem It bar duty, In tbe interest ot eiviliiitioo,
to Insist upon tbe restoration of tba men taken
from under tha protection of bar fl,g, It will
from a convlotloo, without douat, tnt tbe law
of na'.Iont Id reg rd to tba rights oi neutrals.
which aba bta tukeo tba leading part lo e'.ao
UtblDg, requirea revlaiou, aod with a suitable
dlspoaitin on her part to establish those rights
upon a just, DDDjioe ana pouosopbio basil, in
deed, I aa bappv to aea an Intimation in ooa
tha leading metropolitan -Journals, which goes
tar tojuiuiy ton mierenoe. fteierrlog to the
deei.ioo of tba Eogliih Admiralty Courts now
quoted in detei.ee of the .enure of tba Ameri
can rebels on beard tba Tract, tba London
Tfoee of tbe 88th ol November aaya:
'& far aa the au horttiee so. tba testlman
of International ltw-ariur. is all one way, that
a oeiugerent war orniser baa tba right to atop
and vi.il aod aearoh any merobant abip on
blgb seas, a - a a a a Bot it must be re
membered tbtt these deolaioos wera given un
der circumstances vtry different from tbuse
wbioh oow ooour. Steamers la those data did
not exlfct, and mail vessels carrying lettera
aberclnail tbe nations of tba world have Im-
media'o interest wera unknown. We were
fighting for exiatenoe, and wa did la those days
wbat wa thould neither do nor allow others
do, oor expeot ourselves to ba allowed to do.
toe aajs. -
If Koglaod, aa wa ara here CDOouraced
hope, ia disposed to do ber part in stripping war
of hall ita horrors, by accepting tbe policy long
ana persistently urges upon ber oy our Uovero
moot, and commended by every piluciple of Jus
tice ted bumauity, tbe will flud no ground,
tba v lit of tba Trent, for controversy with our
Govtromeot. I am sura tbe Piesident aod peo.
pla of the United 8 B'.es would be but too happy
to let tbete men gu free, unnatural aud unpar
donable aa tbeir offeoaes have been, if by it they
could emancipate the commerce of tbe world.
Greatly at It would be to our disadvantage
tblt present cna.s to sui render aoy of loose mar
ltl me privileges of belngereo'B, which, aaoo
lioned by tbe laws of nation., 1 feel that I take
no rtlpontlbillty In aajiog ttat tba United
Slates will be faithful to ber traditional policy
upon tbla aubjeoi, and to tba Bjilrit of ber po
luioal tnsiltKtiona. . -
Oa the other baad, should EugUnd be unpre
pared to maka a corresponding eaorifloe; should
tba leel that the could not yet afljrd to eurren
der tbe advantages wblob tbe present maritime
code gives to a dominant naval power, of course
aho will not put beraell in a false position
asking ua to do It. Ia either otee, tberefore,
do Dot see bow tbe friendly rela Ions ot the two
govrumenta ara to any Immediate dtagei
being disturbed. .
That tha over-prompt recognition, at bellig
erent, (ol a body ol mn, however large,
long aa they eoo.tituted a manifest minority
tbe nation, wounded tba featiugeof my country.
man deeply, I would not affcot to deny, nor that
. it eoooeqaeooei
r?lfl .l.u4. narr. h.a rl.nf
Tl MIVOS WTf HVw vwiativwf oa f ni'm
tho bretiti of bubo tba ojploion tbtt tbalr
aioarea to cogiana wtan to.m orll rttbet thaa
food; bat tho tUeMtron l bom tho poIIHobI
interest of tbeaa two grwat people wa ooofldad
aot upon big-bur resaoiialbiilitlea and with hMt
light, and you mtv raat aaaured that aa event
ao mutually disastrous aa a war batwaaa England
aod America oaonot oooar without aorna other
aod graver provocation than baa yet beao given
WINFIELD SCOTT.
HOTEL WESTMINSTER. Paris, Dec. 2.
,i To i Eq. , .. . t . '
[From the London Daily News, Dec. 5.]
GENERAL SCOTT'S LETTER.
General Soott bta not almolv con trad Id tad a
mischief oua report I ba baa given a deliberate
oplploo, worthy of bl high reputation aod of tba
tervioee oa Baa rendered bta country. Ha atva;
"It ia Dccetaary that tba good relatione between
Kogiana ana Amerloa abould be preserved." It
la moat unlikely that ba would bava been at tha
trOuble to aay thie If ba had become accustomed
to different sentiment and onlulona within tha
circle ol tba Government which ba baa ioat
I J - . fl,.Lf ...
qmneu au w a.oiogion. -,i nope," 00 con-
uuuee, "that Carl Buasell and Mr. Seward will
agree on a aolulloo of tba question whether tba
parsons woo were arraatad on board tha Trent
were oontrab&ode of war or Dot. If tbey ware
ageota of tba rebela, It will be difficult to eon-
vmee aven impartial minds that tbey wera less
contraband of war than rebel aaldien or on
oooa " Tbe veteiao discusses law Ilka a soldier.
and evidently bat no taste for the precedent! of
uauteieuuie or rnutmore. cut aitnougn tae
matter cannot be dlepoeed ot exactly aa tha
ueoerai imagines, wa may orafldaatly aay that.
If the Washington Government le Drooared to
treat tbe affair oi tba Trent in tba candid and
iftigbtforward spirit ef ita most illustrious offi
cer, It ought not to bo difficult to arrive at a re
sult wbioh shall spare aa a war front wblob wa
leatinatlvply rooli, deliver oa from tba horrible
necessity of subrvlDg tha slave cause, wbioh
we aoomioate, tod enable the two Gorernmenia
to settle tbe Uw of tbe tea on a baeia more In
accordance with tha need of tbe extended oom
meroial intercourse of our times. This would
be a better Issue or tbe Trent dispute tban tba
finest lUt of abipi burnt, lank, and dtiiroyed,
and at present we aeo do reason to despair vl
tuob u agreement. .
Tea, Coffee and Sugar.
a
ba
oi
to
Id
to
iu
roper; the -y of tba Treaory
reoommende Coogreae to rtl.e tbadutlea on
coffee to five cent, per pound) on green tea to
twenty Ccuti per poood; and on augar to three
ceo i on olayed and two and a halt on brown.
Aoy 'ariff arranged now baa for Ita object to
rai.e the large.t possible amount of revenue
with the least expense. It la a war measure,
and it la Important to make It aa tffeoiiro at
potsible. Tea, ooffee and augar ara three ar
tiolea wbioh contribute mo.t largely to our
Customs revenue. For tea wa bava no au'Mtl.
tute, for ooffee none of Importance; aod tba
quautlty of aagsr and molaa.ee made from
korgbura and maple la not sufflulnt to replace
what we formerly received frjm Louisiana
The atocki of these three tit olea oow In tbe
country are, we ara Informed, unusually low.
Toe new oropa are yet to arrive, and Import a
ilons, even it oooeumptlou be allgbtly let.ened,
must come nearly up to the average of other
yean.
The Question to be considered Ii bow .ar the
dutitl mky be lseretaed without la,enlug tba
contumptlont and there la raaeon to believe
that a rate ot thlity eente per pound on all teas,
ol alx eente per poood on coffee, of tbrae cents
pee pound on Drown augar, ana ot ten cents
pee gallon ou mousse, win not injuriously
affect tbe Qtmaoa lor consumption in the couu
trv.
It Is bellevtd tbtt a duty of thirty cents per
pound on tea would not dimlnltu consumption
more tban ove per cent. 1 ne prioea ot tnit ar
tiole have advsnoed quite one hundred per cent.
axclutive of dut) within the year, tnd the
ttatii-Ua of tbe trade abow that tor the twelve
mouue paat the consumption Is only oue hundred
thousand pounda lose tbtn the average of the
orevlom six jears. To levy the eme dutiea on
all teas, of whatever price or Quality, will be a
Pkavlng to the Government, as differential ratea
only neoataltaie in employment ot an army ol
speoiai inspectors ana appraiser, wno mast oa
paid oot of the extra duties eoIJeoted on green
teas of which article it le probable, at toy iar.e,
on account ot tbe war in China, wbioh be de
vastated mtny of tbe finest green tea districts,
that a smaller quantity wilt ba got thla year
than in years paat. It la remarkable, bealdti,
that fcr the last elz yeara black tea baa bean,
to actrain extent, taking tho place of green
tea In thia coumrv. In tha aeaaon of 16545,
we imp. reed 81,364 933 lba. of green, and only
8,023,939 IM oi black tea. In 1858-9, we im
ported 19,001 737 lba. ol groan tea, aod 18,211,
034 lba. ot black.
It 1 believed tbtt a duty of three oenti per
pound on brown eugar cannot Injuriously tffeot
ooosumptloni aud that It will add to the reve
nue, on he amount eatlmated to enter toe porta
of New York, Boston aod Poiladelphit, within
the next year, a turn ot five tnd a ball to tlx
million doilare. Tba duties on pepper and sploei
could wall be ralssd. The quantities of theaa
ar tioles consumed by aaob individual are ao
amall that even considerable rise In price bas
not been louna in past yeara to aneot eonaump
tloo and though tbe auma to be gained to tbe
revenue are not great, tbey help to swell tba
grand total. - Of pepper we Import 700,000 btga
per annum, ol To pounda etob. The duty la
now I X oenta per pound; It might be raised to
thirty oenta without affeotlng consumption! and
in that cate pepper would produoa a revenue of
fl 750,000 per annum. Of pimento we Import
B.uuu.uuu pounda. 1 beauty la now aix eente
It it wera made thirty, pimento would add
$600,000 to the revenue; and other ipioee will
bear a similar ana equal rate.
We believe It la generally felt that tbe time
allowed to Impcr era to keep tbeir goode in bond
ed wsrehousea la much too abort, and embarraaa
ea all merchant except a law great capitals o
Twelve months ia a period brief enough to enable
merchants of moderate means to tura their etoek ;
and, at aoy rate, tha term now allowed (three
months) is by lr too abort, and only oauitaem
bairaeemeut and dlscour.gsment to Wade
Take, for Instance, the one article oi tea. A
cargo ol tea averagea 760,000 pounda. Tbe duty
oo tbe oargo, at aay thirty cents, Ii a large earn
The tea oaouot be lifely kept longer than from
ten to twelve months) aod within tbtt time tbe
government must receive Ita dutiea. But in three
moothi an Importer oiuld not easily have di
posed of his venture to advantage; the time la
too abort to calculate upon lu planning a oom
meroial veoture of Importanoe. Moreover, oor
b oded wareboaB' I bave become a depot for g.
toteoded lor re-exportation to South Ami r ot,
Canada, aod other points aod thua our carrying
trade le benefitted, and our mercbaote extend
their trade With higher dutiea tb l will be
come the prtotlce to a still greater ex tnl than
lormiry. . But it it uteteae to ariva tnia Duel.
oess away from our ports, and thua force foreign
mercbaota to oreek on tbeir oonnectlooa wi s
the oountry, to oor own ultimate loss. JV. y,
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Bt HI 1 1 I I II I I I
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DULY PREPABATIO:.
s j - i 'I ' - THAT' HAS "'u 'rC
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARSpl'-i'
An grawa rnoro svnsl aaarw vwpnlar '
-j rjr aVapl .i ri.-ci in
Aad ttttlaonlala, saw, and etmoet 'without Boaibw
light b givaa fret laaiet aad gaatleatea ka all grade,'! '
f aoeatts, wUom united toeuauiny aoa aoutd teaitt.
that Prof, Wood Hair Raaloeatrrawill ratter tb bald
and gray, and rlreeerre the hair of tb you lb to ldaif
lnalllnyouthlul beauty.
i t. . BHlOilt,tloh.(lreo. Slst.BM.'''' il
Paor. Woowt Tha wilt pi aoospt a Una to triform ' i
tb that tb hair on amp bead all felt off ova twenty
yean ago, eanaei bp oomplloatad ehroolo dtatat, at '
lauded with aa arupttta oa to kad. t A ettbnat c l
oart of , offering throe gb lu having reduced eU l .
ttateof. dpendeaoa, I aav aot bteo tbl eo obtain ttat k!
foroap. aeltbet bare I been able to do tbeaa p, la , j
teqaaoo ef wblob Bty head baa offered extremely frsa
old. Thi. btduotd sat tapay Brtgg. ea fiodras Blaee
the laetotat I had on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Bear Reaiaraov. about th Brat of Augojt last. I have
faithfully followed tb. dlrtioBrtajd tb bald spot tt oow '
ovrd with hair thick aod black, though abort, Mb.
alaoeuaiUig m all ovr aap ad. IWUng eoaBdeatl -taw
another Urn botll would seatora tt aollratp th
aod permanently, 1 Seel aeitone to pervrv la lit aaa,
aod balsg uUta la ' a potaht aaa aaota,! ,
woara aw umm u in wuhiuh ea willing a tesa Be
ta oroar an bid a
aelf th ea rip tort
aa order to tain agent for t bottle, tad racwtv to thyW L J
deoiaratioo -tba rwrard la la 4bm. -.
that arakinJ oa the endow and tha fatherl.
Thy friend, BUdAMMAH KIBBT. "
Llgonlar, tool counts, Indiana, Fob. Itb, UU9.
. Paar.O. . Woobi Dtar caW-lo to tatter part ad '
tb yaw USB, wall attending tb bum aad Baatttwt .
La bohool ot th but or Mew Tork. tap bair, from a
eaaa anknowa to jb, eeiraanri. tUUag A very nf-r 1
idly, ao thai In lb abort pc of eix avoutaa, tk wkote ..h
Bppv part ol avr tcalp tree alaroM entirely tcrft of It
osvartog, aod tauok of id rataatatng parWea aaxa
aid and bo part ef tar bead anortly anar oeoaaiegrap,
a that re wlU not be earvrleed wkwa 1 tall oa that a " ( '
oa mt rotura ta tla Stat ol Indlaoa, ay fr casaal - t
aoojnalnrane. were aot to aaeb at a toe ta llaoorer tfaa
eaaa of ta oag ap tpriarean. at tap aot tnB
majaaoqealataM war tt leaafskwaMataU. . jj
at one bmo appltnaooa to Mat Boat attUiful payti
cUne In the aoaatry, out, noolvlnt as aeavraaot Iran
tbesa that tv aalr would agalB be restored, I waa roroael
to tweoow reoonoiled ta aay rale, an til, fortnoaury, aa
the tatter part of the year 1(07, mr lUeioiauv aaa r-
oo amended u e by e druggist, at bsUg tba aaott reilar
dm uair aeetorauva in at. i tneo om bouw, aaa
found tt ap great taUafaotioa that tt was producing tba '
doatrtd effeol 8 loo. that Ubm, I aav ttM arrea dai-
an' worth of Tour ttstioratrva, and at a reeulu hav a 1
rieh ooat of vary toft black ball, wbioh aa aop ea :
. .
A a atari or ay grauioo tor your laoor aoa Kill ra
tb prodoodua of a wonderful aa article, I nave recast- -ended
lit at lo many of toy friend aad oaaalntaaoea,'
who, 1 aaa tappp ta Inform yow, art aaiog tt wltk Uk '
very reepveiratip, poars, . ,
a. b i-An a,
Atrornep ud Oo ansa 1 lor u Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, tod told bp ail dealers thrsogh- . .
oat the world.
Th katioratlv It pat up u) bottle of thro tltes. vtai
large, aacdloja, and small; tba amall boida H pint, and - .
retai It lor on dollar pot bottle: tha median aoldett ,
least twenty per cent, more In proornoo than th amall.
and rttatlt for two dollar bo ttie; h large bold
quart, 40 tr eeot. more lo proporttoa. aad ratal la far fl
Bbottl.
O i WOOD a OW-, rroprlator. 444 Broadway. Niw
To'b, aad 114 Market Btreet, r)t Loals, Ho.
And eoldby buhkbtb a bahusl, Coiumawa, quo,
and bp an good Draggitt tad Fanep Oood Dealer.
tprillwawerwu. ,
GOOD SAMARITAN,
3. B. ARMSTRONG,
No. 17 East Town Street,
WHOLESALE ft RETAIL PEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
TTT A Ian ttrek of tb OOOD B HARITAN oa
baod.
D0vl2-dtm
PE0P. WOOD'S
BLOOD RiaJOVATOa
I praslaaly weal ta name indVaalaa, for, while,
'pleasant to tho Bute, it It rvrirlTyl ng, eahllar.t-1
fog, Invigorating aad trugtbeuing tj law vital
luowera. and at lb aaaM Uma rertviioe, reitri -
I. etatM, and ronewa tb Blood ta all ita purity, and
IVihaa at ono rvaVrrat andrtndt (A apettra
r rtaevtpVa t erttjoct attlteat. It le lb only
prparallon vr offered to Uw worU, ao chsmi-J
H cally and atUUuiiy eomtlnee aa to ta the BoatifTj
m Mrftii lAnia. and at tba aama time ao oorfitctlv'SV
Udau'M to, te te aoa IB poriooiBotoruaaos wtia uw
,avt of natuio, aod hsooe WlU tootA (a. tteateeT!
UosmoA. and ton op tb dlaatov organt, and;
lurni allay all nerroua and otnor irritauoa. It ie
jper ectty xniiaraung, ana at to earn time u ij
iooBpoaa entirely oi vegetaoiee, yoi so wwmam
Ua lo produoa tbe noat thorough tonle effvot, wlUk-1
lout pruducing tup Injur loot oonaeouoaooa Buoh
i
a moody baa long tnoa felt to be a doeldoietam to
l.b ttedloal world, tor It noao no Bseinei tarn n
U mat debility fallows all ailaokiof dlseme, aadj
prooeeda and Indwad lay the ajraona opaa to the
uitlaiou atiaoa oi many ot uie bosi laoth aacu,
fur eaajnple, a th following: Oonaompuoa, la
IdlaeeUoa. Dyepopela, Lo. of Appauia, gatatnaaa
Msrvoaa uniaotiiiy, nsaraiga raipiiatioaei mm
Usart, Melaaoboly , Bight aweata. Languor, Ulddt-ji
ossa, auwnuoa i, wen aa rainiai ootirvow.
.,mB. a. taa M.nl MsjutMatioa. sad SallH
linn of lb WoBb. Tbaa ail 4uudapon meal
usoUltp. - Tha par, healthy, tonic iwrdial aad
oioua MDOvaior u aa aura to care a uw aaa w
3
ria and tel. there te ao alaiak aboat it. - Bad
hi. le not all. U IB ayetea a weaascsa, we ami
was lobtbuaaattaoaa, the Uver bsawoM tarptaJ
jt worse aiaataed. tb lionet a rrue to peilonul
h.i. fnoatluna. aad wa are uraublsd with aoalaiaa k u
Ln.1 Inonntliisiioa of nrioa. of involuntary dia-L --'v
hare of th suae, pais la to task. aaut as,
0
0
tasaa tb ebouldara, xoaedinaly UaM la llnhK
loolde. (0010, and If onooeoked, toon aauoiatioij
jiollowt, tnd to pause t goe aowa ta a preauoirv
yrav. But pao wilt not allow a is en si
ta aaay I1U to wnleB we art ttabla ta wwaasnsoJl
oondtuoa of IB ayauaa. Bat we wui v, u ibu
Cordial aad Blood Rsaovalor oa Bave a pansut
Una. uleanaBt and tlleetual rsaaedy for loee ol
Appeuw, outoaaness, ruuaisnes, wsaa n wu'
itoaaaOB, tADguov, &,ivr uoapuuus Maine snui
revsf, or any Billow aaukk, Uuetlvensea, AomUCH
A tb dtoaaab, t1rvouaoeea, tieuraila, Pal ula-l
don of tbe Ueart. iMvreMloa ol Bpinia. rorc
i-tBple oa to gee, r oy uaeass arisiag uoaa
eauurs klooo. aaeb a Boroi!, BrytUMMa Broa '
I'iuiis. Oouna. didtsaliy of Brsauuua, aaa ail tbav
jouu. o! iliBaaee oaiie leiuaie waausu an
mams rated abuv. ' W will also e uva iravaist
lavosou ss euraeBM. eusin uswi ma wwvt.
r, will lad It plsaaeal, aal od ear riudy,l
uid bod ebould over travel witBuUU Itoadsi,
ry it, for wt ejeur you you will Bad ia II 'tieadi
a.
r
udeed.at wall aea insna in eeeu. an
rtdsoou haa will Bad Uapwrreel praVsoUv
U wail a. oar for those alUnauia w aokui Utey ar .
,ruouiarl eauoead. Usaoe uinlsurMtuuonitt
turueye, llierary g.utlnieii,ajid ladle who arsgmu
Uoctoad to boob ntdoor oxaiola, will an til
a lhatr advautaa ta kawi t taut avotBaiip sal
hand: aad, toov ail, Botuera, t umm twouatngi
.' u
auoh. Will go tbrougb that Bun oaogsrvas psriou
uol only wth all their acsu.toawd atmagib, but
Uta snd has fraa to thoMaod aabewau t prev
UMntamatis ibafsaaaW psrtiea ed tBwworM. ltd
Lk.1. 1i Uuidsad a Bauuu't cord Hi. Ira tt, Olql
Lad joangi no louger ran lb titk ot delay; It wiiii
iWleve and prov Itosit epbatloaHp ft Ura4
u Cardial ant Mto4 Mmomauts
n- a. WuOD.Dronrlator. tnaavai, Bswt
I orK, aoo lit aiarsai euni, o.. uvwm, .w., sou.
sold bp ROBaHI fc AHUBL, oolumbot, Onioj
all gooa yraggBW rrios vow arsusi
par BouM. ; . atsrobsbvaawsawlp ,
ssass
RESTORATIVE
CORDIAL
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100
MAT O AStAe i'.,i4 1 ,.aa
I CaettMo. I OoVaraaett BUtajg., , ,)
rr.ni iovt . . , , ,, .... a i ,
10 beats Oltroo. " ' - -'
III boxes h R Ralalna. . . ,. ...
" Layer do. ' ' ' '
i -;l00droaa Pig.. .-. . .V"V' C i'i
i. , . Boeakalmlt OurraoU, tUj. t. , , , . .
laetarefortaithy : hh
Q p . - WM. BJESTItATX, V) -5i
Bf II . ... V leatB tilth rftrVet.' ' '
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