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Msiness;-cards:
PINE & CHITTENDEN,
- C0UNSELi0R3-ATlLAW,-i
NEW YORK.
bra. jam titto, M. it. T. Patriot Court.
Bod. H. J) p,,,,,., citvol-nd, O.
BOT'.Btf'flUB'f,1''U1,Ur0'
A.ttwnoy. and Counsellor nt Law,
i
NOTARY PUBLIC, !
IMJ. awMH. th. Ni.m How ""y"kV4Wr
TIT, -WB ,liB (juired. ww
T"" rj 1 j" 1 T 'V iij " ,y T
tOte of Philon'i (bliihaint, M. T.O !
Boqtb Hltfh St., over Baia' etor.
Mplddly
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, , , So, ,J78 Vortt High Street, ,7 j
" K wl,r'-. to talt lh tlmot.
IJATIOWAL HOTEL',
rr:CpLUMB.UP, OHIO. r
-1
0.NS DOLUl FIB 8 AT., j
7. pita?..
Attorney at Ijaw
--A OTAyv ruBLic.-
OAdt-Aabof finUdltyr , op'PolU Capitol Sqwn. 8 j
' ' 001CKBC8. OBIO!
' '-"tJSL-.- OSOQon 10-23 (
Attorney. & Coucsellor. at Law,
'v ;-mariCn;6hi6."v?
And SajiB.Book"MaauJaatiifr: j
-J5?Ml-le COLBaBOl, OHIO
E AQIJG" BRAS 8 WORKS,
I" -Sprln !
w. a POTTS & CO.,
, - tad KPufoturri of Brut and Oompofttfon OaaUon
rinuied Btut Work of all Detoriptiomr- '
Electro Prating "and "Gildinff
CylBinjn8 ,WMIeaIe LiqaofStoj'e
. 1 1 ' lacelle ross & co.jf S
, t. . WPOEMBS AND BXALBBf IB " 7
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WHISKY.v '
,tfwsii!p ornce.&trtanida it
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1-fcT .TTTf T"ITTCJ ... f
BtALIB IB f
O R 0 E Jl t EJSR P ODUCE
PROVISIONS
! -toreign ana'Domestio Fruits,
m L.ijI ! 1.'''
-
WOROfiSTJER'S
ROYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
Tie lateith XBrgeit-The. tort.
xae caeap8t eo&oe the Beet,
"? BUaW tapdar - An
Stmirtd SmiKmt Ktucalori of 0M9,
"IHB Mil BNOLUfl DICTIOSABT IXTAtfT."
j."11' Mmrdiof Baodnd boaato4 Wordi.
Ih7h2 OMMlnn anddtrltationi, toyttbr
t bafwa ibo -
Btad tU Ptaltknt 0 lo Umber 1 of tht Ohio StaU
7knHia'a J - - - '
B,4rPl. nwnbtra of Um Ohio Itato Taaobora
WOrOltr'l HOAlOuirtn ninllnn.M .A a 1.
and ttPAtkilnnlatlMaa ttt
"IT rroomaund 11 ai tha moil rallibla .tndrd
" ivui w bjiuu waj mull VV '
Uorttir of tha Kuillih luiun. u It I ari.M. .
J""' fmi. PraHdotft Eaayoii OollaM. f
"'Jorrr. lloparlnttndanl tmtartlla lohooll.
' V ? Hv- dao'l MnaailoaCatoa Sebola.
B. a". Oowaaat. iup'l PublU School., Saoduiky.
Jouii Li..:a, itop'i f ohllc gchoola, Oiralavllla.
a awoM, irioelwi Ctarclaad faaula 8iDio
Wm. Mmwau, lopt Pablle caoola, Mt. CbIoo. !
. JnUM IMDMM. Prlnttinal Mr... U,M Uu..
Kta. ' r "'
c,cT" Ko Priaolpal-fourth Iatarmedlata School,
H. 8. UaTiN, 8op't Canton Colon Bebooli.
iDwia haaaL, Priiiolpal KoNaali Noimal ISohool
u T. T.ft'.a, Prof. Maititmat'oa, Ohio UnlrorHty.
a. W. Kowaaoa, 8,'t Tro Coloo School. i-:
v noraut,. Krinniimi WMt h h ahiwii hum.
A A. Hoama. AihhI MnxiiUi !JIh ahnt
laaoBoaa Btmoijw. PrUdpal Blzta Ichool, Oler
laad.
ft. V. lfirirUpmil. VrlfMMnkI niMlmil Tnl'i.
4v "nB, rraakWot f Btaota Ioatttata, By
Oalwraltr. "
B- U. Aaanr, Bx-CommlMtoner of Oommoo Boh 00 Is,
Jaaa Moaaoa, prof. Bhatorto, Oborlln Collage
School. DaU)n. '
BIgh
V C CaOMBAflM. PmC- TMmaM' TXI4k atuu.1
rt. ' - o - o-T
V. 11. Baaan, f op't TJnloo Scboolt, Aiblaod.
Mori lAnn Sim Butulnd otktr PrmdtnU of OoTU
a, rrofiuart. AtttJuwt nmH Dbitij,MiMkA jrv;..-
lr,AatdrotdiAiaDottimtimml.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
BaJliarrA CoLLaaa ."Tt U tra l nuniAMu
as kooor ta tha author, tha anblbhari.nd l ha .hnla
ountr7."a-Pr1ltDt Amirtwi. ' '
OHIO Waaurtaa naivVfial-T.Tt amaaila rwmmi.
tioaa. It will ba m aoida la arthoar.nh nuA hnn.
elation, and will ottan be oodi lied bj aw for Ita neat
and aoooraia deanlllon." Praaldent Thompaon.
w. a. Ccuctic Ooujaji. "B retofbra e hare used
webatar'e ortborapny., At a oei,t antlo, of oar
racnlt. It waa oaciaad1 to aluDaa It to mnfnrn tn Ihaf
of Wnraaetar'f Kojral Qoarto PajtlOBar,." Prealdeat
OarSald.
Wamaji Ernra Coiurai.-T And It worth at
eordlal approbation." Preeldant Bllebeoct.
OaaaLia Coua "It mora than aetti ay azpaota
loai. 1 raooniBiand It aa iha aiandanl mhnrit in
orthoepy to mj children at4 mj paylla.M-frea:deDt
Jiorjao. .
Airnooa Ootxtaa. "I adopt and aim to naa la tmoh-
log, art do and ipeaklng, tha orthography and proann
ciation of Worcester aoYal Qoarto Cnaonar,"
President Bill.-'-. . i t j ( ; ...
"In all B9 wrltinr. naakbia.aad bavshlar. T havai an.
dearorad to eoolorn ta tba roles for ortt of raphy aod
pf jnunolatloo as ooatalnad In Woroester's Dictionary. ''
Uoraca Mann, lata rrastdeci.
Kairroa Col lis a, Oaaain .'! most eordlall neon-
mond lias the most reliable standard authority of the
Knrlllh lanruaea aa It Is now vrluan and anokan.'W
President Andrawa.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
ham Bm. Amo SmytK, GommUtUmtr c Cbmmm
- - , --"-eoo4i sn uw.
Tba IHetlonar Is an ImtMrlshable monatnant to 'the
learolna and Indus' ryot lis author, and an honor to tha
orld of letters. The mechanical eaecntlon Is far supe
rior to that of ana other Laalson with vhloh I in ao.
qhalnted."
from Eo. B B- Jltmuy So-CbrnmUrtomr of
&A00U to Ohio.
"Tba most nlUbla atandard aatbodty of the Ias
inaia."
what tap
Leading 2ffewppera of Ohio Bay.
." tromUi CUtai Btrald 4 jfortA S3.
Tba orthography of the Worcester Dictionary la tba'
natd by moat, If not all authors 01 dliilootlno lo this
country and Soi-land. and aonlorms to the general usage
of ordinary writer, and speakers.
Whater prejudices may bare existed praTlously, a
careful ttudy of this volume will lorarlaoly be followed
by a warm appreciation of lis f rest merits, and a desire
to add It to the well selected library, ba It Urge or small,
It Is a library la Itself, and will remain ao Impcrisha
bla record of the learning of Its compiler.
trom Ue One4tiaM VummtroLU of April SO.
Bars are upwards of a hundred thousand words good,
bad and Indifferent whose multifarious meanings snd
derivations, together with their correct palling and pro
nunciation, aie set clearly before tb eye Toe work Is
unquestionably the greatest Xbesaurusof English Ward
cm published.
fnm tit GoUhmd PkttwUalr ofttpt to, I8Q0.
' Brldently WoactsTte't Rot at QoaRTo DiCTionasr U
not only ti hut, but (Aa ataa aport of Ms kind aver
tvacf .and oaa by bo poaa.billty lufler by comparison or
controversy-
Irom Us TbUdo Bail of Maf W.
A to noauacuTioa, Woacasm is tbs BTairaaRP
followed y our best authors! la deSoitlooe he leava,
ootblng to br deelrad and lo OaTHooaaruv U Is soJllatent
10 say that Womcanaa aao be safe y followed. ., ,- '.
INUHAIT1 A BHACG,
Vnttllalierar Boakallarat statlanara,
DO 181 IBPBBI0B 81 CLKVtLABD, OHIO,
nail
TllE aiimJAL' BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Nowarlx, Tflm aT.
DlrldndJannarir i,i8fll,4SPrCent
AIBBT8... e',819,350 SO.
Statement January It 1861
Balance, per statemsat Jan. 1st, 1600 83,40,582 39
Baeeled for Premiums dur
ing the lear IttO.... 1763,053 SS
Bacdved for interest during
tba year 10 lie OM U
Total receipts for 1800.'... 1977047 7 '
PaldfilalmabyDaatb.SBT.OWW -
Paid Potlaiea sane-1 '
dered 41,111 18 .
Paid Salariea, Po,a-
aga, Taaaa, Ix-
change, etc 31 B0 Id
Paid OommUsioa to
Asaota 81,323 10
Paid Phyaldans' feet- 8 WW 7S
Paid Annuities 1.417 00
Paid Dividend dur .' " C ' .' 'f , Zl '' ' '
log tha year 188,500 3 801,001 83 411,078 14
Bet Balaoo January 1st. i86X.........81aiaAsa so
CCSf ft, AMBtS. ;
Cash on band..... ........ $8,8384 18
Bonds and Mortgages an Real 4 c 1
Btuta, worth aoable the '
amoant loaned 1,387,841 88
Premium Notee, oa Pcllclea
In force, on ly drawing 8 par
aeat. Interest. 1,870 M4 VI
Ual Ista a HO 893 OT
Loans oa scrip 8,03144
Premluma, Motee trt Saao, is
eoanaof tranacilialoc.... 4343 78
. 1, 1
Total Assebt....... ,.. IL8UJ5B 5
T,T5 Policies hi foro. Iptirlng.....,asa,e,s39
v 1,438 new Pol Wee am been Usuad daring th year.
After a careful calculation of the present va'ue of the
oatataadlng Polleieeof th Oemay,aad bavlna th
aoaaafiref anjuml In rmamm ihar.rn. .v.. ri
bare trtulared a livinea of 48 poieeot.'oo the Pretol
aas paid at the table ratea, to all policies for life la foree,
laanad urlar ta Janam I. ImUl tiac.KJ. ...
present rale of the Company. 1
Raws lot all Jlaceel Lite Ooarlatenotea, Prpeea
uses, Statemenla, aod Applications, will be furalsned
wituoot VBaJuul t the 0ms or Axsoslas of tba Ooaa-
r- . . '
a o, , rTTBRui, President.
' - ' t. 0. 0R0VIB, Tlca President. "
BXBJ, 0. KILLEa, Beeretary. -1
tl. M. MiilEaU", atowti,
IfarahT TWliy -y- j , Oolnmiipa. O,
-.J1 A riOHHEB HtiACK
. , B'L8 " tda . Th m,t selaot
MWtiMAt in the elur, audataiou natoaabis tain, j
- . . . , a'awa - ij WUat I
,".- w Htr r - ' auain aa Bum. I
IPIIJB
r: r awin .mat ITVtf
BOaHafUaalisaiW
1861 1862
Winter Arrangement—Time
Winter Arrangement—Time Changed.
GREAT NORTHERN AND EASTERN ROUTE.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
OcaneotlflgatCrestUaa with tba finiBOBOH, IT.
: , , WAWB CUI0AOO BAItBOD ... .
lot fitfbvryk, PUhuUplUa and BatUtnor. AUo
forlbrt Waynoeuid (Maago. ,
Connaatlogat Cleveland with the.LAJU BBOM BAIIc
Bo.
TWO . TRAINS aOAILY,
.. .. . . IXOBPT BCWDAT,' . ''
from Columbus, u aunnaotlon iirttb Trtlnio tba
ja aaaiinuAuy,
. -. " j I ( 11, 1,,.. .t
. IIB3T TBAB. - n '
aiflHT BTPBBaa r t . . .
...i . -. V ni, mZ ewuvns. sioo at ue aware
Oallo ., and stall other Slatlons upon .luual. arrlvlna at
I'M :.""" ) Xeik; lM.,osiao
KSQQRD TBATB. 1
it?! PHCluaiboaatU.
Lk. j ITjT ? " soaa. uraaowtaa,
OIs being fotlona,
. A7'T O avafaod 8:3ii Y. U.. Danklr. Ta. ii'
Duuaio e:aa a. m . an.... a., a r. ., r
b u ar' .iTii "ew ion v:u
a . aw. aHiiMU . an.
COSKECTrOKS..
Also for CblosKO ' ' -"uc,Pl M IWtlmoi
At Hhelbv. with Iihh.v. f ..11. .
marf fn. - n LI wanaawiu ana acwarg nail'
road, ror all nolnia an thai a . it......:"
Pateut Sleeping Cari are ran on all
aauv swim w vmcajo, sew
York and Boston.
... e jJr,w vntupma. .
EETURNINO.
Ntgbt8xMesaarrivtaatClBmhusal...l:30 A. k.1
. taprass arrive at Columbus at 1:30 g. U.
ffoaro aa br ar ,ti,i. Hs.t.
A$i far Ticbit tit CrtuUno or OmUni.
B.I.PUfiT.
; ; ... "uperlnUBdeat, Clevelsid, Ohio
JAilBSPAIIBRSOW.Annt, i
Colna,M. 'Brf M.1801. Cln. tW-.
GUERNSEY'S BALMI
GUERNSEY'S BALM
RBfflOVES A M Ji PHCVeilTI 1 It
, laaamadon id .i. .a L . . !T . a
k. brauout frSVouud .1
swelilo, and pain fro. bee stings moaoulto WtaaTad
UiveciriuVWrandrC.
f ""'' o'ttlstarribtacooplailo;
Sf.'.'.'t-nA a8.ii5,JiT- 'JhoBaa. Po, aatotv Dru.
s";"1". . inviaBiONi.
oot4da;l?Vre,,ne'," B" -sort.
Vn l.U 1 1 1. . r I A. M. a .. .
k... I. " J "? " u toe aooT preparatfona
but byprocaringaod reading descriptive ptauV
be found with all damlore, or will be Sent bTftoprtetor
on demand, formula aud thai Bonis Hat Si Phyal
vwrrnpoocwLo sr uaitcd from all wboae neoseaiite or
"?. "Mmt' ' UM rt0Tw
evIrVVuew.1 " "b'8 " relaU deal
JOUSI lie HrNIYEWELL, PraprUt
CBBMfBT AND PRAftalACIOTTQTr
So. 9 Commortial Wharf, Boatoa, laaia. ; '
Roberta at Samuel, . B. Harpla, J, B. Cook, . H
1 or Oolmnbus, Ohio. iwWly
' COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tba, Boaf Arfirirlal Help to toe
o.iu.ver taftoiid.
- JOSEPH 8. PBR1ET,
PRACTICAL s SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
an n,of th mo, 'BJ"OTo kind of ciwrtaelt
ni 01se. hther for oe-r or far-slghtad dta
ground lo eoncavo eoavea form with tha graateat ear
so as to suit the Eyes of all oases, curing Weakness
2mS'.'i '"""""M" ;'" yes,andlB.pllB
strength fr lot, teaillng or fine sowing. . , , 1
('51'tolr3fB" Sts-e at Seltaar Aa Wsbster1
augSWoly ..
JaMaA-y. KCERft.HR.
S-TO- 433,
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBTJS,
BEALIBS IK
CROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
PROVISIONS,
FOREIGN k DOMESTIC FaOITB,
PI 0 TO, IB ALT, iiaUOBSi 10.
078TIBI BT 7BB CAB Id TBBIB IBAS0B.
"olti-ily '''-'' -
AUCTION AND .COMMISSION
THBlPB8QKIggATIKOTat;p-
lus oil the Btor ni
?To. 11 East State St-i
inction & Commission Room.
He I now prepared ta revive en Ooamlseloa ever
draeilptlca al property, such u Dry Gocd, rooerle,
Iilquors, Pureltor.. Oarrlagea, Horses, eta. D aiu
Intenda todtvou bUatteotlon to salea of Beal E.tal
of the cu".1 f ,cfMt' wypotnWwiihl twntf mile
....,.! I '
Auction Sales Evory Evening: 1
ConaigMaaooi respeeLfally srllolr-d.
iov 'j:.: ' i i ,w. a. KiBXt Atwtloaeet.
oatlS.
Cranberries I Cranberries I
. -j.. srvn mmj
Wit aesniAw: ,
W Ml. glutei,
0(01
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For CUouiaatf,2)artm io!laupolIi
i 1 1 ii .c-aasaam.i sarlifO
Through to IaoUptaoUs wltboat Change of Cars,
and bat One tfu&ga'of Can between
Ctrfuatbtja aod ft. LooU. '
' ii :r. nr.uii ol is ,Oi. j
On and . ATtar Mnctar, yvabe
Four Xiiiios )jr Jlnnbni
!: '.-o" r : v !: 'w
: FIRaT TEAJN. - i
BTOHT irPRtS'Vta BsVtoai, ill 'm.,topu.
at London, Xante Daytoet, Mtadlalaera and Baailioa,
arriving at CipaluoaU at 7:40 a. ea. aeat at Daylaa el
i. aviiHWwvMiii viatvayaaMiVf VVailTUWi 1A8F
a. I am lai .. a , 1 .fl . I. TV aT
en waa, vuif . 1
IrarlUaraalU ftkasaartaa sfl-te D.a.Aa. Ak
am Huaaiai , a wv y, mm f JVUleja.UI
al DavuMi fov
Ihroaatov and all
poiaii neM rtnnor i
AC00MM0DATI0S atlnWtuVv tpplof at all tb
Moos be .ween Columnui, Oiuduaatl aod Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at-10:83 a m.,And at Uavtooat
8 a. a l eouoeetti g at ClDriaoatl with Mall Una
Steamboats for LouUvUle, ad at DaytM tot Ir"nrp
olia aid tbe VTeet. ' ' - -'
' THIRD WAIN ii; ,
BXPRB88 at ItUp. a!, afapprn at iffnoa, Loo
dan.
. . . ai p. aa .vpy,i,g anj amnoal, aids
Oharleeioo, Xepla, Corwta, Borrow, So. La ban on,
ire. Loveland and Mllford. a.Hrlna ai m,i..al
foster
0hA& al. a. . a l Ka ... . . A a &-.uatd . it .
with tba Ohio and Miaslastayl f rala for Lealavtlle, Tln
oeone., au.la.t.,to.,rrt,in at BL Loom at
tOtiS a. aM eaoaeotUg ai iaya Ut lsiW.aainai.la
fajmaa, tsrre Bmss, Chioao and ail petals West, i
FOURTH TEAIN. V !
HATT. at 4 p. m , (topping at all station between
Oolaabua and OlaotooaUi arrlvlni at Olndanatt al IM6
H7 Pay further Information and Through Tlokttt,
iPjtoU. h. DOBBair. IlokatApat. Cnloa Depot,
i ;' ' t. W. BTBADIR, i
General Ticket Agent, Olnctacatl.
JB0. W. D0HIBT7,
Agent, Colaabat,
B. W. W00DWABS,
Bunerlataadeat, Cloatonatl.
OolaabBj, ot. 10, 1801. i
1861
EAST.
UNITED ARRANGEMENTS.
TIME CHANGED.
'.ens
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD,
UNITED.
; COBBBOItNi AS f IITSBCB08 WJIB TBI ;
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
emi TBI ;
Bborteat, Qalcbeat aad ITIext Deitta
bla tsonte t ait aaalera Gltlea. ,
Traloi Leave Colambai it followi:
yuiiuaim. mrnotarnui.
tSorotnf Cxpreia. . ;
Pant van.
4:MA. Ki4f.M'.
t-OOA. at.
IDitOA. U.
4,10 P. K.
3:10 A. at.
asoA.it
8:10 P. U.
Arv at Ti,rt
a4op.it.
" aiatri a rtmartas
I B4I a. ata HOP. K.
AWtrva at ajaifrt
Hk0p.Au ictoa a.
aaam At aavnjtoti
aw a K.
i
I
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IftOOF.ltw
.:. . " u!
UA.K. -
lrttr.lt.
Aiarva t iamnMrtA.
:WP.M. T 4DA.M. 1MDP. .
7)40 A. U.
. yaw rim tia AHarnw, . f .
a-ooA.a. imop.m. UMA.M. aoip.a.
" " Tit ymavtwoatA ''
IftlSP.M.. IMt.H.
el
1)43 P.M.
801 Ml'
' U AUaWTOWa. :, lfc
Baasaeger by this uae taaab Maw Trk la advan of
any Bertbera rout. . . .
18)38 P. M. train lath oil ly on from Colsmbu at
this hour, and tha only train by wblob ptaMogar aaa
reach Baltimore ar Waahtoa-tott the foll.wlof oay, and
arrive In Philadelphia or Ban Tort bsfoie dare. i
; IILdleatsgoinoa'aBBUbttttliM..
Tba air Bavita f ram Oslnmbn ta
Baltltuerw, rtaliaeiekplila or
Mw Tark
. WITH ONLY ONE CHANQE OF 0ARB.
Thia trata also ecoMetaat BelUIre with the BaltiaMa
and Ohio kaiiroad. j ,
!I7Thl roat h) 80 Ml 111 SBORTfB t Uttseurgh
an d a. ore thao 100 AUtBd U0aTa la trew Sua,
than korthera Uae. "
BT Baggage C'bokd .Through, to all In
portaat potDt Eaaa. ; f
UT Aik for Ticket! tia Bcllalra or Sta
beovllla.
Tickets Good om either Route,
0US W. BB0WB,
, flsowal Ttok. Agent Csntra' Ohio B. 8.
' . IBA A. HUTCtUSSOU, .
flort Thot ADttut)anTin abort tin. ,
Ctlamba. Mav. 88, laUI.
REMOVAL. '
Groceriev , . ..
-Prodaow.
Pnrvlsiow,
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HYMN FOR OUR COUNTRY.
BY ELIZABETH CAKES SMITH.
DISCERNED TO PRESIDENT LINCOLN.
Ma
1-1
0od bless ear Ooaotry-Uokafar-. s
Dikeld eo every tide.
Proa olr belt to Bortaara tltr.
lb taadatk Ilk' brld.
Upheld by Ood'a Al.lahlv haad.
How fair thou art, ob Hatlr iaadi
I
Oar meadows team with goodly srd-
1 OargarnoT overdow i
', , Our Mils reeouod with tloglag alrda, ..
Ani bloom oar rales tIo
' Upheld hy flod'a all boaatact hand,
: tfiyeiiDUfuU.ohfsroredUod.
Bod blss oar Coueolls auk oa wa :
To worship and obey .
Let Justice reign aod Tralo aria ' '
. ' To said oar step, ele-aya.
Cpbsld by his Almighty band
Bod brtMibeBaUiaoi ear land.
, (rod bloea oar Banner, evermore
1 Beneath whawwr sky.
. B eaiBulno.n.OD desert abere,
We 8lo. It broid tad blgh.
UpboU Ithylhr mlrhiy htnd,
Bod bit to Banner of eailgad.
[From the Mahoning Register.]
[From the Mahoning Register.] A Big Day at Brier Bill--Three Hundred
Employees Taking Leave of
Gov. Tod.
Satnrda. Daa. Idih. au a kt rla .a n.la
ttlli: The workmen mDlOted in tha varlnna
Biloca and Toroaoet with' which OorTor i
oonoeoted, havlog Intimated to him their dealre
to take leave or blot in a body, before bla de
parture for Columbci, be named two o'clock on
Saturday ltit a the time. Wa are Indehtod tn
a friend fir the following acoonnt of what wae
done and taid oo tba oeoaalon:
At the bour Indicated, tha men. to tha nnm.
ber of abont three hundred, beaded by an !
cellent martial band, with two tplendid flag,
atca wita mirteen itripee and thirty four atari,
all under the direction of Richard Wooley, (the
foreman of the mire,) called and took their
poaition in the ipaclou door yard of the Col 'a
residence. The Verandah were cTJ-ded with
the wives of the men. Oa obtaining comiorts.
bio poeitlonf, tha men gave tbre oheera for
ine union, ana three cheers for Col. Tod; at
the lame time oryiog oot, all over the crowd,
acoeeo ' ana -speedy return."
Order and quiet beioa reatored. Col. Tod
otme forward, aod after calling Reese Herbert,
ana giving mm a chair by bla aide, made a
moat beantlfnl and effecting apeech. I can on
ly give yon a few point made by the Col To
attempt anything farther, would do-lolustico to
him:
Ue lolly appreciated the rood feelinir of those
around bint. Wa bave been together- long
tnongb, eald bp, to know each other well; and,
composed aa we are of Amerlottl, Weltb, Gtr
man, Irish, Scotch and Eogiiib. w bave tor
nearly twenty yean harmoQlgod like brotberi
to ail tms lonr lime, oot a ar. not acros.
entry wcrl. ha paatei between v. Not one
of you bave wronged me, and not one of yon
bave I wronged. We bave never, for one mo
ment, lateriered witb eaob other' rel aion. nol.
itiot, or domeatlo affaire. Uenoe we bave all
protperad. as Is abundantly evidenced bv our
comfortable bomet, our numeroua tcbool houf,
aao our neac onurouet. My old ado weit.irled
friend, Reese Herbert, whom I bave InviteJ to
take the cbalr, la the oldest man in commission.
Hundreds bave been witb u and done. Tnank
Ood, moat of tbm are comfcr;biy situated on
tarms. earned while at work at Brier Hill.-
Some few bave gone to their last resting place.
not we an auow.tney enured eternity witb bat
lew "aocas" agaioet tbem. Let us all, my
friends, be prepared witb our accounts to ioilow
tbem,-
' Tne extent of our nsefulnrsi to the world will
be demonstrated by a few figures which I bave
collected:
slue of ooal mined tt Brisr Bill and 01rsrd.81.WO 000
Value of IreaauaaraotBredatBrlwillll..... 1 70OU00
' Total...... ..12,800,000
Well may we all feel that we bave not. at
least, lived upon the tubttaoos of otbtrj.
And now, irlaDdi. believe me when 1 assure
you that, blgb aod honorable as the poaition k.
the duties oi wDico areaosut to sepirste me
from jou for a period of two years, I leave you
witb pain. I would greatly rrfer do remain,
and rejoloe witb you when you are happy, and
mourn with you when yon are In pain. But
this osnnot be. Give me, tbeo, your good sad
kind wishes tor sucoess ana happiness and safe
return borne. Tble you once before did. In
the spring of 1847, when about to leave borne
in tbe service ol oot National Government,
yoa met oa this spot and gave mo your prayers
and good withes for tbe safe retara at myself
and tamilTi and I have fell that to these Dray
ere sad good wishes, in part, I am indebted for
thataafa taturo; for Dot only did aire. Tod,
myaelf, and all u children we took away with
ue (five In number) return safely to yon, but sre
tre.eftt sac ftse mere In return, I give yoa
my must earnest pi a? era tor jour sacceae. May
yoa ooal miners bare dry rooms, good air, and
plenty ot cart; sod at tbe oloee of eaob month,
when yoa come to aettle with "fins" (tbs
clerk), from wbi ss figures tbe a Is no appeal.
may there oe a large balance to your credit
May yoa, who are engaged at the furoaoe,
ever bave ''good bartben," "plenty of bleat,"
"gray elndsr,' and large, 19 to 16 ton "oast-"
May tne wives and obiidren of all of yoa who
era blessed witn mem, be comfortable and ban
pj; aod may you, rusty old bachelor, see tbe
error of your ways, get married, tod eaob bave
a little one to present to me oa my return;
and may God's richest blessings attend all of
you.. . . t i 1
And now, my friend-, yoa will see that Mrs.
Tod aod the other ladies ot our bouse have
oot been nnmlodinl of their duty to you.
rieaso now step loraara ana wait opoa jour
elves, ' " i
Mia. Tod had bountifully spread oat two long
tables la the door.yerd, around whiob tbe men
gathered in- good order, and partook with a
hearty good will. Tbe Cou bad of ooorsf. wo
vlded a bountUul supply of Smith's 88; ale.
and it Is but due to tba men testate that not
one of tbem Indulged to escete,
Attar this, tbe men icrmed. and in a body ten
dered toetr a arty rood wishes lor tar sale re
turn or tbe Uoi. and bis family rssvsral or tbe
men expressing tba bono that there might
oe at least rws wwrs;, ana tnea la good order
retired.: - .-
Ifof tbe ladles la attendance on the occasion ,
Mrs. Tod bad boontiiully provided refreab
meau In the spedoas dining-room. All seemed
to be happy. . Tbe ooossion waa gratifying
to all parties, and one long to be kindly remm
H.
Arrest of Senator Jones.
Detective Fafnley yesterday arrested Mr,
George W. Jones, formerly a Senator of tbe
United States irons tbe Bute of Iowa. During
tbe Administration oi Mr. Buchanan be was tbe
Dotted States Minister to Bogota, Booth Amer
ica, where Be ba resided lor tbe last three or
four years, lie has recently left tbe latter
place and come oa to Washington to settle up
aie Dasinsee wita tne uorerament, lie bad a
aratraeted Interview with Beoretary Seward oa
Thursday, and toft Washington ea tbe after
BoesifAlaoi that day for flaw XorB. v;.
1 A a lata-hotw oa Thornier Bight, Bupcrln
tndot Kennedy received a telegram froaa tbe
Btatev Departmewt at Wahingtoo, atating m
substance tbar Mr. Jones had taksa' leave of
Washlogloa, and wasoa bis way ta Near York;
tbat be weatd probably arrive at Jeisey City at
S 6'oleck aeeterday atoning.'' Tbe dlsoateb
farther staud tbat Mr. Jooea wss believed to
be In oomatuaicatioB with the autboritits of the
Boatbera Cobfedersey, sad ihat It wS thought
hast be taenia oe arretted wuaout aeisj.
J. -lbs
I .!! j lt'1
Superlotende'nt Waa tharafnra
patch a scffleisnt Bomber of officers to Jer,,
City, in order to take tbe acoosed lata
Bpoa bis arrival there. ' . , ... '
Datectiva F..1.. . .... j a .
beadqn.i to car,. nto MtooMon ,h, otitn
??.,l8, D-PA"."!. At Are o'clock bs
riTi.. . ?eo'M Cliy. and wbao tbe
..a irjm roiiadelpbia arrived tbat offloet
Wun!.!00 "! 'llnog starch befcre be w
-A ?1 ? Th i tai lh Pon of whom b
.V.V i BM UKI' or B0 knowledge
It was witb sraat d ffl,,l, k.. t,. I ....
right man bo accroached him .. .. k. ...
Stepping Iota a carriage, and Informed blm tbat
w.tVa, f" 0- BMWr ,onM Jtpre8ae4
V . lnMmn 16,1 "Dcted loterrnp
lloo, snd sugeeated to (beofflceis that tbsre mast
bssotae miianorehanalnn Th. n. ,..
I. li. ' " " vmsuklTI .IS
? I a i 1 0im Oeor W June and If
,u.. .vrrivta irom . Washington, An
!?aHB,U.rt o.iv.d, and Mr.
"jl mwu auiu mm mat be mutt take blm and
bis bagg.g, to the folios hiSlqusriers In New
-''j .Hons of Mr. Secretary
tWaro. UOOta haarlnn Ill, . '
M, vmm awuvauvBura,
r Jjaes ijprSssed great turprle, laying tbat
aaffaBSSBnaaflsill at at a . . . .
lTV oonversation wbioh be
, htd wltb Mr Seward en Tbaraday last, snd
srter all the cordiality and ptraonal frieodablp
which bad been eSpreaisd oo both sides, and
tbs good feeling manifested on tbe part of ibe
aeoretsry noon lsaviuf hint, ha eaniit ,n,in.ii...
Itsud wbv be should be arrested at tbe Instance
or tbat cffloial to soon af tar leaving Wathlogioo.
I n aW . . Pti ,u a .ahIj4 a.a, ' . .. a- .
wuuiu uu', oi course, iniorm blm a
to the nature of tbe charge, but he inlted
that b Janes) rnnat an h.m,. Rnn..ln. a .
Keonedy. i
He was scoordtngly Uken there yesterday,
snd bad an lottrriaw witb the latter efflcisi.
w jonu aisdiaims all connoctlon with tb
fTrtelp. and aav that neither ba'w-ml-Br flaa
nas be been suiltv Of dislotaltv. Ha can .a
count for bis arrest In no other way than tbat s
foreigner, who bears soms malice toward blm,
has been enured in makinv f.iaa nh.rssa.
He desires an immediate examination, and la
very confident that be will be releaaed as soon
as be has aa oppennnity of making an explana
tion. r
Tbe distinguished nrtsnnar waa Annvavixt In
Fort Lafayette testerdav afternoon, in charma
of Detective Farley. His baggage, wblob con
sists of three large, heavy trunks, was detained
at police bstdquartera. Tbe accused Is a man
about 45 years of age. He Is very affable lo
hi manner, and appears vsry eommunioative.
While at Washington be ttated to several tffl
oills, tbat he hoped tbe rebellion would soon be
overoome, and this country reitored to ptaoe
aod prosptrity.
While the aocused was at hcalanartera vne.
terday, the Provoet-MtHhal of the City of
Washington made his appearance before Super
intendent Kennedy.. and atated that ha waa in
pursuit ot ex Senator Jones, tbat he waa order
ed to ai rest blm a a trailer, and bave him con
veyed to Toit Lafayette. When Mr. Kennedy
informed him tbat the diitlngu'tbed gentleman
was already under arrear, tbe Marshal express
ed bis thanks very politely. Wheo he learned,
however, aa be did soon sfter, that he had trav
eled all tbe way from Watblofttoo on tbe earn
train with Mr. Jones, without knowing It, I e
wa not a Utile m rifled at tbe thought tbat
the New York tifflVara had tha atari nf him
Arrest of Senator Jones. N. Y. Times, Dec 21.
Anecdotes of Stephen Girard.
A paper read by Dr. W. M Cornell at the last
meeting of the New England HistoricGeoea
logical Society in Bottao, gave the following
intereating aotodotes of Stephen Girard.
Biebheu Uirardwas the sole judge of bis be-
neficeoce- If rightly aoprjacbed he would aive
largely but If diotated to or treated rudely be
would not give at an. Samuel Uott, one ot
bl old friends, knew how to maotge Girard,
while many wbo sought aid from blm wars no
successful. Mr. Coatee was one of tbe mana
gers of tbe ' Pennsylvania Hospital," wblob was
tbeo much in wsnt of funds. He under t-iok to
get a donation from Mr. Girard, aod meeting
blm in tbe street, stated his object. Mr Uirard
asked him to corns to him next morning-
Mr. Coates called and found Mr. Glrsrd at
bieskfast. He asked bim to take some, which
Mr. Coatea did. After breakfast, Mr. Coates
said, Well, Stephen, ws will proeeed to bail-
m. 'Weil, what bave yoa oomefor.aamaelT'
eald Mr. Girard. 'Joat what thee pleases,
8iephen,' replied Mr Coates. Girard drew a
check tor $2,000, wblob Mr. Coates put (a bis
pocket without looking at It. 'What! not lock
at tbs obeck I gave yoa t'sald Mr. Girard. 'No,
beggars mutt oot be chooser, Stephen.' ald Mr.
Coates. 'Hand me back sgain tbe obeck I gave
you,' demanded Girard. 'No, no, Stephen! a
bird la tbe bead la worth two la the bub.1 eald
Mr. Coates. 'By Georgal' said Girard, 'yon
bave caught me on tbe right footing.'
tJctaeo drew a check lor go.uuu, and present
ed It to Mr. Coates, observing, Will yoa look
atltl 'Well, to please thee,. Stephen, I will,
aid Mr. Coates.' 'Now, give me tbe flrt
obeck,' demanded Mr. Girard. Wbioh was ao
cordlnelv done.
ibe Kev. vt. o tough too, an eminent Btptui
mutator of f aliadelptjia, did not understand Mr.
Olrard so well as Mr. Coates did. When they
were about building their meeting boue in Sam
on st-eet. Dr. Stougbton called on Mr Girsrtl
for aid. Girard received blm as he usually did
besK.r. eooll but courteously, and gave blm
a check lor $500 Dr. Stougbton reotlved It
witb a low bow i but, upon examining It, express
ed bis astonishment, addlui. . 600! Surely
yoa will nol give a lee than $1 0U0 " Let
me see the check, Mr. Swugr t jo," said Glrardt
' perhaps 1 bavs mads one mistake." I oe ue
returned blm tbe check. Wltb the utmost ea
Ifrtid Girard tor it Into fragments, cbterving
I' . . ,. aa n , . , . ... . , L
"rveu, mr.Btoagoton, it you wm not nave wuai
1 give, 1 will give notbiog." The ut. lett mm,
exceedingly moitified.
CT Tbe English ehlp Cheshire, which was
captured while trying to ran the oavsnn.n
blockade, baa arrived at New York. The ret
lei and cargo are worth $150,000.
COIdUMBTJa
Machine Mannfaetnrins Company'
HaJrcTtcntruat or
STEM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Oasttngs, K1U -Gearing, alaahlnery .
, also,
dallroad VCToxrls
op svktr otsoaimoN.
, COLt'fllBCS, W1UO.
0BAB. AJJBOfl BsfH. t. AKBOfl, treaa.
PBIIVt'EO OTTomaif UEFB,
Plain Ottomaa Olothsi
HagenUta Blaot Obeck Talecjalat;
Broche Hoobaia Dress Ooods)
Balmoral dki'ls)
A exandera Kid SloTet;
vloie Trail Boop rklrta.
Oerteu. Hair Bala,
Pbud Herts o.
BAIB A SON,
ootlt Bo. tt Boath High Street.
GBNTI.BBIBIIIS Be7BllaaiV0
OOODI,
. Borelties la Keck Ties and loarik.
. " . . " Byroa an Oarrote Collars.
' " Bsabroidered Poshet Battdkercaiefk. -
Pari Bid Olovee aarler auk. .
Qcidea BUI Shirts, various etiiea.
Boya' Boldea Hill Shlria, da
- , Driving aad Meed Mavaa,d
Betamed Pocket Headkerehie. vajtaa sty km.
i Ball Ueeeead Cnder simeata, .
. i , i, ,. BAIB at SOB,
yrfll ' , Be.t9 8BiasiivMt
AdpaBca,-
TUB
ONLY PREPARATION
- 'that Has
SiQOD. THE TEST OP YEARS,
Ajaal grwi naara aad saw re aapulaa
a:, . awarr Bayt ...
Bad teattanaltk. new. and aiaaaat artrJume aaaalau
might be glvaa from ladle aad gaoUecnea la all grada
of aiMietir, wbeee anlled Saauaxx,, asald nala.
tbat Prof. Wood's Uati Beetorativawili mum the bald
aad gray, and preserv tbe half af tba seat, m alius.
aaaUaaiyoaiUiaV kaaaty, ,, .. .
BattMOrak,Ut., Pea Slat, 188a.
Paor. Wooer The wilt plae. aaeept a Una U lafaoi
loo inaa toe aair mj awaa ail tall aa aw
year agi eaosed by aaoesplleatad shraala dta
united wita aa erapuoa aa UM head. A eoniinaai
aearee af Mffartng Ureagb Um having aedacedaia la a
aiaw w wpeoaeaaa, a un Boa oaea CM looCaia stag
for cape, neither have I Waa abte to d thesa ap, tt o
eeqaauea of wklah au haad baa esAered aihraaiol fiaaa
Cold. This Induced ma tepay Bngge A Hudree almoat
tbe last eaal I had oa earth for a two dollar koul af tkjr
Hair iUaumdva. aamal tha Bret ef Am a at I. at. I hare
faithfully followed th direetloaaad Jat bald anot la soar
oovered with bait thick aad blaoh, thoaah short, tt M
also eoaing is an over my Bead, reeling eoatdaaat
tost another lane bottta wield reeatra tt aanlrare
aa aareaaaaatly, I reel auxin aa to porsevarv la Its uaa.
aad being destitute of aieaae to purobaaa any mora,!
weald ask tbeo H tba woaidat not aa willing to stada
ta order on thlae ageata for a bottle, and receive w uht.
self ibe eorlutare eWaraUoB "the reward It ta the
at aatkla so to widow aad the fatherless "
Thy fravnd, bUSaV.Ail BIKDT.
: ' tlgaaiae, Koala uaaaty, Indiana, tea. Am, IHtB
Paor. O. J. Woua: boar 0.-la iha luu, nut of
the year MM, while altawdlag the State aadBaUonal
taw eobaoi or.oabeata ot Haw r.rk. my Lair, froa a
aaoae an known to taw, commenced tailing od very raa
Idly, ao that la the abort spaaa uf at. saeaibe, the whole
epper pan I moealp waaalmoet eullrely bereft o its
covering, and mack ef the ramamlug purUou auoa tba
I aad oae nan ef aay Bead taoru aJiar uacaata -ra.
ae tbat yoa will oat be aurprlaed wbaa I ull you that up
on my mara ta lb State of Indiana, my mora casual
asitualmeaees were not eo much al a lots to llsoover the
cause of tlMclunge la ay appesraaoe, as my mare tall
male aeqaaliilaiieaa war ta seoaulse ate at ail.
at once awde applwatios to the most skillful phyal
dine la tbe country, but, recaiviiig ae aeeuraaee Irom
ttMo) that srtr woua rafa be raatorea, i mm luaaad
to baoome reooDOlled to my hue. until, fortunately, in
the latter part of tbe year IH57, roar Restorative .aa ee
eommended U me by a draggist, ss beiog the most relia
ble Hair Bootoreuve In aee. 1 tried on bottle, aad
found lo ay great eatisfaotioa tbat tt waa producing the
deal red effect sine thai Una. I have easd seven dol
lars' worth ef roar Bestoratlve, and ae a recall, hev a
rich coat of very toft black hair, which bo moon can
buy.
Ata Stark of my gratitude for yonr labor aad skill In
the production of so wonderful ao srtiolo, I hare reoom
mantled Its ass to many of my friends aad acquaintance.,
who, 1 ao nappy to Inform yoa, are uslo. It with ilk.
effect. Very respectfully, yours,
A. M LATTA,
Attorney aod Counsellor al Law.
Depot, 444 Broadway, aad sold by all dealer, through
out the world.
Tbe Be tortus ta put up la bottles of three sites, rlx:
large, medium, and email; the small holds H a pint, and
retails for one dollar par bottle; tha mediua holds at
lesst twenty per cent, mora In proportion tlun tbeamiUl,
and nulls for two dollars a eotilt: the lanre bokls a
quart, 40 or cent, more la proportion and retails tor 83
a bottle.
O- i. WOOD A OO-, Proprietors, 444 Broadway, Mew
Y-Pk, aad 114 Market Street, St Louis, Mo
And told by ROBERTS A BA&ItjKL. Oolomhut. Ohio.
and by all good Druggists and Paney Ooods Dealers.
spriuiaawtiowur.
GOOD SAMARITAN
E. B. ARMSTRONG,
No. 17 East Town Street,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
Tjp A larg stcok of the OO0D I M AMI AN on
novlS-dSa
PE0P. WOOD'S
B1000 BEN0VAT08
I srealsely what It avame udioatee, fur, wbUi
leaaaut I the taata, it is revtvutyi ag, tkhilaraf I
ins, uarigoratliig and atreogineBiog w the vital
Ipowwra, aad at itkt sane tins rcrlviAss. ieua-1
ttataa, ana renew, ih divob uj aii ue puruy aaat,
thus at one reruns, and remice IA tysMat 4a-
wlutrtUtto Ufit edisait. in. u umyl
ore uara lion ever oaerea to tue war;, so caeuii
tly ana euuiaiiy roauiavw aw w utm uueu
o werna toal.aiidat the eame Uiae eo perfaotiy
aOSuyva lo, ae to ee pb r.ao,aeaniapaa wiiai uaa,
.an of natuie, aad beaoe will vut4e tAe mtatrnf
UrotnauA, and tub up lb u!,iu vraans, auil
thus a i lay all nervous and other irritauou. ii iH
u per eeity aauiiaramia ' awaiMaj." ai
ffl isumpueed eullrely r vegetablea, yet so evnuuoedi
las to proaaevuaa aaoa. iu.ivwu wuwvuavi. aiu,-
urLlucmg au injuruua ouuam,uuuc. auuni
.Be medical waclu, lot uueaus ao aaaaiuii uiu
mo Ihaidebwvy follow, all auaoaaai disease.
prereeds ea Uioe.a ia. tna ayaoua epeu u um;lj
s liusldious atiaoaa oi auuy or uw muei latai, sioij'
iilur aamaipiv, u,. ,
WUIgaaiiuB. uyspcyeia. Lues el Appeuta, kaialneaaj
..uruai lrntau.uu. leurajMia ramiiauoact 'Mm
Uean, alauaoi,allsntawaau,lguo,UidCM'l
uaaa, keuntloa of, ae well ea raluiiu uttsuuouri ll
loo orofuse. or too scant Menstraatlua, and ',H
nog Of IOC w ase. lea. ail avpvMUuaivu gavwru
kiemUty. ante pwrw, ovaitngi, waic wvruiai mwM
dlooa acBOvaior i. a. war. iu .area, lawauai aotu
rise aad set. Xhare is ae mistake alwat It. nut Ml
bis Is not til. 11 tn t) stem is saaeuaa. we area -,pcn
labUlMWattaoaa, ibe liver kevoaie toruloJ
A woree ulaeaaed, tha kidneye refuse to peiioru.H
Jwir fuoeUuna, ana w ar troaawd with aaaluutalb
and Incoauuackoe or anna, or involuntary cu
barge ef the taste, pals In Iha-baek. tide aud o A
weaa the shemtdara, eaeesdlngly Uabie to eligbl I 1
.in. oaaaha and If annheflkan. aoua auiauia.io Jv
grave. Hut apaea will awt allow aa to eeauiareielfl
Oat auay ilia ta which we an liable la a weaMueu LJ
.. iu i.nant ara, iiMtn u t .uara
a a wa,uii:U
I say, la onial
ive a periaw.L.
fur lues ot P!
k and .ijalV
uuoaiuea ai ina eyeaesa. aa. wa , aa
iloruial aad Bleed tun ova lor yoa Bave
aM. plaaaant aad eSeetaai remedy fur
auuauta. anauaauwae, .awaiaa. waa
stoaBaen. languor, aim vgwvwyi,. vunw ana
or aus Bilioaa attaik. Ouauvaneee, AeiOli,
4 the Stomach. Nervousness, Neuralgia, Parilltv
tioaof tha Heart. Deure mion of bpirlta, cures.
i-implee oa the Pao or any dlstaee ariaag tratuJ
mpure Owoa, sues ea acruiuia, airyetpviaa. wroai i
hnia. Ooaah. aimnaitf of brcatiuna. ana all tluti.
slam af diteaaaa called fetuaie weajueae. audiiti
acjuatraled asora. We will alee eaj the uavwlar rj
aaonaaat aa sjiidaaalaa abanac af climate aad wat-1
ar, will Sad it piaasaal, sal. and .are remedy
and nana ehoald aver travel without. Header
trv it for we earara job yoa will bad la It a inasdJ
ladaea.aa weilaaa iriaou lb neeu. au persuuaoi
atdaniari habiU will Bud it a perfect preventive ol!
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la well ae cere for those ailmefata to aoioa uey atej
particularly eapoaad. Heooe minute rtaaniai
Lornaia. Iliarar, atiameo Jad ladies wbo are an;
Leeeauomad ta muoa catdoor eieiciee, will Hod ii
lis their advaBtaara to keep a Bottle ouoaiantiy on
hand; aod, aaav all, atoihera, or ahees basomingl
suubi will go through toat moei oangvroas uenuu
Loi anlv wih all their aocuttomed strength, but
It
La fa aad free from tha thousand ailments to prav
A
.uniaaanu thalemaie portion ot ue worm, u,
I li abort, it at Indeed a moUOT'l eoraiu. Trycui
erUad ycongi aa longer ran tbe tick ar delay ; U wti
I relieve aad prove Itsen cmpnaucaMiy a Javsaorm
L. CmUalmJ IHniid f aan.atr r
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O.J. WtX, proprietor, t nroaaway. ncwi
York, and 1 14 Marke I Street, St. Irsais, an.
Lold by BOBaBTB A SaMUNL, Oalumbas, Ohio
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ana all tooa uragaisi. rra vua vouai
per Bottle. taarohaeawcomty
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