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Lirarlibl la Adranc
t
i
DIILT, IEI-WEKILY ASD WEEXIY
"': i
r MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fOBLIIBtSI AD t80b:itobi!
., XT Ofioe Sot. SB, 8S and 40, Hortfc High It'
''I'.'rtBMi tBTTABlABtr JTf ADVAN01..i ' ) J
Billy v ... . . $6 00 per year
- M By the Carrier, per wMk, 11 cents.
Weekly - . '. 8 OOperyesr.
Weekly, ,, , 1 00
MMiuu-t I rMi...m nn
On iqturt 3 wki. ,$i 06
Ont - " ,limki 0t
On " 1 WMk... 1 71
On " . ftnabUii 18 00
On ;, . moo thf IS 00
Ml 3 dodUii 10 00
3m , 8 BWDtln 8 00
On " - 1 month. S 00
On " 3dy... 1 Ot
On 11 Sdiyi... 75
On " 1 lnjertloo SO
hlita" nrtlnuii;hlf more tlin th tbar
rAdwrtlinwBti Hided and placed to th column of
fyclal MoUo," douU th, wMndry rati. "
' f 'i!?10', "I?1" w Pibliihed bj law, legal raUa.
If Ordered on Uie Imlde ezcluilrely after th Arat week)
P' entj more than tho abort ratei; but ill inch wit
mrxm' lu Arl'"eeiy wimouicnarg. -.
Bnalneai Gardi, not eioeeding five linea, p
per year, In-
f meOtlDDTf. AharttnhlM Anlill.i Mm
&i halt frrlf. r
wrtisn. advertUtmmit tnuit b paid tar in
Th4 fule will note Tarled (res' " ,
WMk,Jr.,,,n price a the Bally, where th tdrertlMt
Metbft. Weekly alone.
Where b Dally and Weekly
en both e4, he U eharge
- IhWeefcrr-wtn be
wn nei to Dally ; t,.
wu vAwvpt iwr anuuH ptnoa.
' BUSINESS CARDS.
Mmanoraaa mra.
ITUNI CHlTTUtBIk.
FINE & CHITTENDEN,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW,
QO Wall Otroet, i
... . . (W'tw f City Judg,) , I
j - jj . vii j
. -i NEW-YORK: A I
r TO., r .' ?- t ; 1, 't'f. ' ' 1
'"' Soa" ii!1 Mlef. N. T.Juperlof . Court; .1 1
' rTD, UiiTtJaC t).l i.'tti j'.-i I I
Bon- J' H. Hunter, anoaiter, 0.
Borstal
A.ttorne and Counsellor at La
V. !r..l .
, NOTARY - rUbLIC,' !
QJ"J Ho. 57 BIOB BTRBII, 0DE0N Brill).
IBO.oppoilte Ihe State Bouu. 1 Tl, .
a i0'"""" ,Bd 8th, matten promptly attnfta lo.
Bifcresee gtyeu when required. .
DEToxxr-y llXooMpiv
Idate of Phalon'i KiUbtlihment, V. r? '
POjPIETOn OP THE NEW YORK
7" uiug, uair uuttlog, MhampoonlM
CatUm and Dreulng Saloon,
, r. .
BOUUi XLlan Bt., crverBaln'B BtoW,"7rthoepy
k-.m.v - iu Bit Ul TBTiUUV
WBVI MtlATACflftB taTlTl haaT.lanaM lH .11 Ik. .
.S!1?!. Chlldpen Oafr PrwiiDj don (a lh but
4
i.C-ALT HOUSED
e ' f) . . ' . .. x I j
iUt..UM JJUSOfflQ
' i t. . T ' ' '
THIS HOTEL, IS nrT ONE AND A
Half BQOABr-fhn (he Depot, andperaonial
5. i flaSt Vng on any of th tralni,
will and the Salt Hon decidedly a oonreaient itop
ptnirB'iac. '
OftttraUuJ Wk"1 "P ' U b'nr ' " 'ht 0' n
rai moflerate, to inlt the timet.
aotSB . .
NATIONAL HOTEL;
HBAE WlOtt. BBP0T,
. COLUMBUS, OHIO. j ;
33C. 2FLJIl-X'aNrOXjXa.
XIBMS.
0NB S0LLAB PEB DAY.
. 7. A. ,B. , SEMENS,
LttorrLexr a,t Law
. ' j"'j''JAND NOTARY. PUBLIC. ' V ; . j
OffloeAmboi Buildtoi oppoilto Capitol Square'.'' "' j
" " ' " ' COLUMBUS, OHIO, !
V- - OOBOHNB,
Attorney & Counsellor at Lawj
MARION OHIO. - i
.v!'.aMt'C'K LILLEY 1 ' '
BOOK XJXNJjnH
jAnd Blank-Book Manu&nturer; )
OHTH B30H ITBOTt, COOTBBTJB, OHIO
. aairLV-dly t, r. . !. i
EAGLE i B It A SS'W ORKS,
1 1 0 'Corner Nprlnr ' Watei ta., - -
, W. u. POTTS & CO.
TVr A OlTTTTiiarTQ'T'O.
.i ..'wi' . j ... .': . 1
kui Uanufaeturen ef Brae and Oempoettlou Caatlng
I Inlahed Bran Work of all Deaorlption. h u
Ejfeetii;
' 'STENCIU CUTTING
P;WHesaIe liquor Store
tACELLEildSS.Sc'cb.Jff
MERCHANTS,
iMPOTiBB ANJ) DEALERS IN , ,
foreign' anil Bomestio Wines, Brandiesj
Ao. Aa..; ALSO,
Olb RYtf,' MONONGAIIELA i BOURBON
whisky. ; :
watho?m Asp omqB, h ouiHniaa 8T
POT TTUTTlTtO MTTA . .
aepAllyl
7M."H.nESTIEAUX,
; (BTICCEBS0B X0 McKJEB AvBBBTIBACXJ
No. 106, South" Hig-K street,.
OoIXJ3VEI3TTe, 77
pftOVr$1dN8,i"
Pozeiga tind Domestic il ruita,
CTC.IAC & COMMISSION T
toliunp
: c- '
C'C ;t is Sel.'U'.l
Ait-iUssA
I nous, a imnnna ae io atanaara auuionijui
to my children and my pupil." Preildent
i
wpROBSTBR'S
The 1 LaUet-Tie Larfi-eit-TIia Beit
The Cheapwt Beoaru the Beit, "
"ftae IBoit HcllabJ standard An
toorlty of tbe EnglUULauKnace i
' Bi Bundrttt Zmbitnt Mucatort of OMo,
"IM BBBT BNQLIfln DIOTIONABI KTA5T."
. 'J..- tr.i.' 0" ' trary Mm St4ryh. ,
Bei arenpwardeof Head red ThonaamJ Wordi,
wboee mnlttfrnrioni meanlnpi and dntratlorie, together
with thelt eorrect Dellln.nd nrnnnnalAtinn ere eleerl
et before lh eye. ' , . .
: " 1 1 ! 1 - dmAMaii Cbmmerafal.
BtadtUDictttont of tho Mmdnr 9f 'tt OMo 8taU
Tkaehtr't AtoeiaUm. , , ,
Th ondertgaed, membert of th Obi State Teaohen'
iieooiatioa, adopt and aim to nn In i teeohicr, wrltlif
and ipeaklnit. the orthography and pronnnoUttoa of
WoroMtei Borel Quart Slfitlonary, and we Boat eo
dlally reoomroend It aa th moat reliable itendard au
thority of th Sngllab language, at tt ! now written and
poken. . i ,
LoRtH Ajroatwi, Preildent Kenyon College.
M. D. Leeerrr, BnperlnUndent Zanfirill Bchooli.
Tuoi. W. Uatnrr, Bup't alaeelloa Cnlom Bcheole. ,
M. g. Oowduut, Bup'IPubllo Behoolf, Bnduaky ,
' John linen, Bnp't Publle Bohoole, ClrcleTllle.
B. M. SixroRD, Principal Oleraland female Bemlnar
' i
Wm . Uitchbll, Bnp't Publks School, 1ft. Union. I
(oJOB" Oaoiif, Prkiolpal Btat Normal Bchool, Ulnna-
Otdi rTAtoxi tAneif iSPlVa?a lBtermedlate tchoc
OlnclnnaU., . , t. .
H. B. UaUTu, Bup't Canton Union Bchooli. . . '
' Bdwiw Btaaij, Principal MoNeely Normal School. '
Bu T. TiiTAJi, Prof. Mathematle. Ohio Unlrorrtty.
W. W. BDWAUDe, Bup't Troy Union Bchool.
A. O. Hontme, Principal Weit High Bohool, OUre
land. B. A. NoaTOH, Aaiootat Principal High Bchool, Clere
ltnd , h i
laaoDOM lnai.ni, Principal High Bchool, City
land. . . i
B. F. Hcuurmn, Principal Olrreland Initltut.
J. A. Qiariiu), Preildent of Bltctlo Inttltute, Hi
ram. ...
W. I. HiRku, Prof, of Ohemlitry, Ohio Wealeyao
Unlrerilty.
H. II. BAitirtr, Ix OemmUtloner of Common Bchooli,
Ohio. i ( ,
lift Momtoa, Prof. Rhetoric Oberlln College.
Tho. Uul. Prealdent AuUoeh Oolleee.
O. W. U. OiTBCikT, Prof. UathemaUoa, High
Bchool,j)aytofi.. , ; i
B.-OI CaomucgH, Prof. language, High Bchool,
Biain, tpp't Union Bchooli, Aihlaod.
Xor (Kan Si& Bundrtd other Frui&mlt vf OoIU.
iVi Jyofutor; Author and IHMngvUhtd JRftMdr
PRESIDfiSTO &P COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MikirrTA Ootxiei -"It U truly a magnlfloent work,
an honor to th author, th publliheri, and the whole
ountry." Prnident Andrewi.
Ohio Wbutu UmycMiTT .-"It exoeedi ny iipecta
tlona It will be my guide la orthography and pronun
ciation, and will often b eoniulted by me for lie neat
andaccaratedeaaltlona." Preeldint Ihompeon.i ;
W. B. Icitcno Comal. "Heretofore w hare uied
Webiter'i orthography. At a reeeot meeting of our
faculty, It waa decided to change It to conform to that
of Woreeater'i Boyal Quarto Dictionary." Prnident
Garfield.
Wirmi Rrjnri Oouiei. "I find It worthy of
ooraiai approbauon." freewent Bltcncock.
Owstm CoLuea. "It moat than Beet my xtenv
Ahtiooh Cotxiei. "I adopt and aim to a la teaeh
log, writing and ipeaklng, the orthography and pronunr
elatloa of Woroaiter'i Boyal Quarto Dictionary. ''-4
President HU1. j
. "in all my writing, fpeaklng.and teaching, I hay en-
drarored to oonform to the rule for orthography aod
pronunciation a oontalned in Worceiter! Dictionary.?
.norac nana, iaie rreiiaoni. ,
Kurr oh Ooi.iaa. Qiir. 'I moat cordially recom-
mond It aa themoet reliable itandard authority of the
Bngllih language u it I aow written and tpoken."
rreildeat Andrewi. j
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
From Boo. Anton Anytt, CommUoUmor of Common
aonoom in viuo.
"Th Dtottonary la an imperlihabl monument to the
learning and lnduitryof It author, and an honor to th
world of letten. The mechanical ciecutlon iifariupe-
trior to thafuf any other Lexicon with which I am ao
iquainted,'; ,
from von, u. u. narney, jae-vomimtnonar oj
aohoot tn umo.
The nTOit reliable itandard authority of th Ian-
Leadlaa 3STewjpapora pf Ohio Bay
: JromUo CUnAand Btraldflf JfaroA SB.
Th orthography of th Worceiter Dictionary la that
uied by moat, If not all. authora of distinction In thli
oountry and England, and conform! to the general uiaga
of ordinary writer ana ipeaxeri.
WhaUrer oreludlcea may have exlited prevlouily
eareful itudy of thii yolume will lnyarlably be followed
by a warm appreciation or in great menu, ana a aeair
to add It to th well eeleeted library, be It large or email,
It U a library tnltaelt, and will remain an imperuna'
ble record of the learning of It oompiler.
rem tht OtnoinnaH Oommtrotal of April SO.
Here are unwarda of a hundred thouaand wordi ood.
bad and tndiSerent whoee multlfarlou meaninga and
derlratloni, together with their correot ipelllng aod pro
nunciation, ar let clearly before the eye. The work 1
unquestionably th greateit Theiaurui of Engllib Word
yr published..
from th Cleottand PlaindtaUr of Sept. SO, 1360
Erldently Woaorrn' Boyu. Qoajito Dicnoiuay 4
not onlv tht hut. but the aaar wort of M Mod mm
tueol.and can by DO pombtllty roller by comparlton or
eontroTeny. '
from th Tolodo Blad of Hay 90.
Aa to luoanncuTioa. WoaouTO II TBI STtHDikti
followed b our but aathorat tn definition! he leaTee
nothing to be deiired, and In OaniooRtrirr It U lufflclont
to y that Woicbtir can b aafeiy followed.
INGHAITI tc BUAGO,
Fnbllaliera, Dookaellera & Stationer,
HO. 191 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO,
matt)
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT 1
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY
l r . , Of ,
Dlrldend Jannary 1 1 86 1 , 4 5 Par Cent.
ABUTS..
3ia,55 SO
Statement Jannary 1,
1801
Balance, per itatement Jan. lit, 1800
HammImA tnr PrAinlnmi dnr.
.3,406,52 3t
ing th year 10 1703.053 55 ;
Beoolved for Intereit during
th year lew... 4,oil 19
Total receipt for I860.. '.. 1977,007 7 !
Paid Claim by Death,367,050 00
Paid PoUciei lurren-
dered 41,111 V9 .
Paid Balarlei, Port- ... . z
age, xaxea, ax-
ohange, eto 31,630 54
Paid Oommlaitoni to
Arnli...f 30;
Paid Phyriebuu' tM 75 fi - ,
raid annuittei 1,017 uu
Paid DlTiaenda dur
ing the jeer 106,500 73 505,001 S3
411,978 14
Net Balance January lit. 1801. . . .
13,812,558
ASSETS.
Caah on band (6,0384 IS
Bondi and Mortgage! on Heal '
litate, worth double th
amount loaned 8,32741 88
Premium Note, on Pollote ....
In force, only drawing per " i
eent. IntoreeU 1,779,864 17
Seal BiUte 90,tS
Loani on Scrip 5,93144
PremIuma,NotiandOaihilB , 1,,P,,f a
eoun of tranimluion. .,. 453 75 , , i. J
Total Aanta.
3,813,556
T,5T5PolWeitoforoe1lniuring..ve8,4g8,o38
1,438 nw rolldea baT been iiiued daring th year.
After a eareful calculation of th present value of th
outstanding Pollcleiof th Company, and haylDg th
tMoeMary amount tn resenre therefor, th Dlreotori
hare declared a ditidkkd oi to par cent, on th Preml
umi Dald at the table ratei. to all pollciei for life in foroei
Inued prior to 3 anoary 1, 1800, payable aeoerdlng to th
pnaent rul of th Company.
Bates for all kinds of Lit Oonttngcnolei, Prorpecb
niei, Statements, and Application!, will be furniahed
wrraooTcnaaoa, at or Agenoleaof the Don
peny.
. B0BT. 1. PATTERSON, Preildent.
tl t.n s. : i. o. OB0TBB, YJo PreildenU
Botl. C. MILLER, Beoretwr. i . .t
v U Il BUCSOIV, Agmt,
No. 4 Johnson Block,
. ItarohSS, 1881. , ,OoUimbus,0.
EUI? A H P FIGURED BLACK
SBBB8 BILKS,: of iTerr iraa.In most select
amrUaent la to city, and at most reasonable rates,
m w wvwmi nifusw 4
1861. 1862.
1861. 1862. Winter Arrangement---Time
Changed.
Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
AND
CINCINNATI.
RAILROAD.
Opnoaetlng at Oreetlln with th FIII8BCBOB, fT,
, ... YtAiBS m, 0HI0A00 BAIIiBOAD
tor riUtburgh, PhUoMpM ant BaiUmort. AUo
. ? . for furl Way and Ohioato. . ' ' 4 '
Connecting at Clereland with the LAKB BII0BB BAIL
B0AD ',
For Dunkirk, Buffalo, Albanyi Ho.
niw iori
TWO TRAINS DAILY,
EXCBPT SUNDAY,
from Oolumbui, la oonneotlon with Train on tie '
IjITTIiE jniArai and ooLrinnri
ANDXUHIAHAILBOAD8,
IIBBT TRAIN.
NIOHT IIPBB88 Learei flnlnmhu. .( nan k.u
will leave paitaogeri at all lUUom, nop at Delaware
Cardlngton, Oilead, Gallon, and at all lUtloni North of
Uallon, and atall other itatloni upon elgsal. arrlrlnu at
SiSJ1?.-' "ny:isl. M.,New Votk lSH.,Boiton
it tu,
SECOND TBAIM. '
N1V7 Y0BK BZPBBBS Lsayei Oolumhui at US P.
1. will leare Daiienffara at all atAtinn. nniit,
Boeheiter. Columbia and nim.i.rt hin. mnn
thii train will not itop for pauengen except upon lg-
-"'" vm,oiu o.ju r. u., uunkirk 1,
Buffalo 4:35 A. IT, Albany 4:15 P. M., New York 9:30
P. M., Boiton 1340 A. M.
CONHK0TI0NS.
At Oreitllna with Pihnn v.... ali....
Ballroad for Plttaburgh, pEltadelphl and Baltimore.
Alio for Chicago.
At Bhlby,wlth Banduiky, Manifleld and Newark Bail
road, tor all point on that road . Alto for Tdledo.
At Grafton, with Oloyeland and Toledo Ballroad for
Toledo and Chicago.
t, Al.JeS";ni1, Tlth Ilke 8hor" Bi'I'oad for Erl,
Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York and Boiton.
Patent Sleeping: Cari are run on all
Eight Traine to Chicago, New
York and Boston. ,
Baogagt OhttUA Through lo Aete York and Boston
, . to. vmtumai auo, to rhUaatlphta and
Bow lorkttitOrctUint.
RETURNING.
Night Expreai arrlTM at Oolumbu! at.. .1:30 A. M.
Cincinnati Bxpreii arrirn at Oolumbue at 1:30 p. U.
Faro a low aa by any otber Hout.
Atk i'orTickUmaCre$llint or Cindand. '
K. 8. FLINT,
Buperlntendent, Clereland, Ohio.
' JAMB PATTERSON, Agent,
, . Ooiumbtu, Ohio.
Columbui, Not 10, 1801.
SO
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REMOVES AND PREVENTS N
flftmm.l(nn mnA natn mr.A h..l. .1.. . ,
scald, bruise, out .or fresh wound of any kind, prerenal
swelling and pain from bee stings, mosquito bites, and
poisonous plant, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague In the
breast, salt rheum, eto. When taken Internally, it will
poaitleely cure eroup In children, and give, immediate
relief in the worst ease of this terrible complaint! also,
remorei hoarseness and sore throat. Prloe, 25 oeatsi
bottle. Should be In era ijhouse. for sale by Drug
gists and Storekeepers. . IttVIN BTONB,
.B'rmnut,n Bpruceit-Hew York.
ooMdfcwlyl .
Nfk VAftl InaHl Mam Anwrn t V. - -, . .
- 4 uuu bug auvre properanona
but by procuring and reading descriptlre pampbleuu
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
.m.n,l. Vnn.nl.. ... Wj.i . . . . .
.v.uiu. jui ion, u rnysi
clans, who will find development! In both worthy thoU
Correspondence solicited from sll whose necessities or
ftlrfnalt nnnirta tst, aa .la., T a a. Y- , , , .
dies.
lor sal by tt usual wholesale and retell dealer
eyerywhere.
JOIKPI MVlVNEtVELL, Proprleto
CHKBIIBT AND rBaRM AOE0T1ST,
Ho. 9 Commerelal Wharf, Boiton, Mais.
Roberts A Samuel. N. B. Mamie. J. R. Cook: J. M
Denlg, 0. Dotal A Bone, A. 1. Schueller A Bon, Agents
iur vuiuiBoue. vuio. myl'dly
COLUMBUS
OPTICAL INSTITUTE.
Tbe Beat Artificial Help to tbo
Unman SUgbt ever Invented,
J08EPH 8. PEEIET,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS THE LARGEST ASSORT'
ment of the moit lmproyed kind! of Spectacle
aii nn uiassea, wnetner for near or far-sighted, arr
ground In ooncaro convex form with tbe greatest care,
so ai to suit the Byes of all eases, earing Weakness
Duulnes or Inflammation of tbo Eyes, and Imparting
trength for long reading er fin sewing.
Office, 13 East State street, at Seiner A Webiter'i
aiusio store.
ugS-dly
J. M. & V. KCERNER.
No. OQ, -
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBUS,
DEALERS IN "
GROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
c. - PROVISIONS, - " -
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS, r
FI0TJB; SALT, LICIU0K3, ETC.
OYSTBRS BX TBI CAN IN THEIR SEASON.
ootSMli . .... . . . -y.
AUCTIOIi AND COMMISSION
JE. O O 3V .
THE SUBSCRIBER DATING TAKEN
a lease on th Stor Itoom ; - '
No. 11 East Btat Bt,
haa opened It nan . .. , ,V,
Auction & Commission Koom-
He Ii now prepared to receive on Commission every
deeorlpUon of property, suoh as Dry Goods, Groceries;
A,iquors, rurnitur. uarnage, tiorsei, to. ue also
Intend lo devote hi attention to sales of Beal Estat
and Ptraenal Pioprvy,at any point, within twonty mllei
or in city.
Auction ,Sales. Every Evening.
I f , - , ; '". '
Conilgnmentareepeolfqllyioliclted, t ?
W. B. EENT, Auctioneer.
octU
Oranberriea t Cranberries
ft tVn' CBAWBUUBIES, llf OOOD
Ov OBDBB, OB oonstfnmest. - - -
Vortalelowlgr
;WM.,B;BBTIlAiTX,,l
10vBoaABltli Bteet,
1'-'.!
0t
1862.
EAST.
EAST. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS
TIME CHANGED.
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
AND STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD
UNITED.
OONNEOTINO AT PITTSBURGH WITU THE '
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
'' ' orraa th . .t
Bhorteat, Qntckeat and BIot Doalra
bio taoute 10 ait Kaatern Cltlea.
TralDB Leave Columbus as follows:
Via BILUIRI.
. tu rraoiiNVRia.
rTfornlng-
Exprea. " '
rasr lil
iam t BtLum '
9:40 P. M.
anairi at riTTuoitaR
9:45 A. M. 4:10 P. M. 10 30 P.M.
10:40 A. M.
4:10P. U.
ARKIVB AT HARmua
10 P.M. 3:10AM.
iHlVI AT BALTIMORI
8:i0 A.M.
Aeatvi at rBitAMLrnu.
5:30 P.M. 7:40 A.M.
3:10 A. M.
8:15 A. M.
3;00P.M.
1:50 P. M.
8.30 A. M.
7:40 A.M.
atw oa via auintowk, w. y. "
11:00 A. M. :50P. M. 11:00 A.M. J.30P. M.
via raiUDiLnfTA
10:15 P.M. 1:45 P.M. SOOF.M'
1:45 P. M.
VIA ILUNTOIVIt.
Pasienuers by this line reach Hew York In advance of
any siortnera route.
3:45 P. M. train Ii the onlv ana from flotnmhn. at
thli hour, by which paaiengen can reach Baltimore or
naaoingiou ue lu wowing day, and (rrly In Phlladel
phla or New York before dark.
1178 looping can on all night trilni.
The Only Route from Oolumbue to
uuiuuiore, fiiiiadeiplila or
New York
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
Thli train alio connect! at Bellalri with the Baltimore
ana unto Ballroad.
TTTThil rout Is 30 MILES SHORTER to Plttsburah
ina" more than 100 MILES BUOBTEIi to New York,
man nonnern unei. '
BTBaeKsce Checked Through to all im
portant poiuu uaai.
ID" Aek for Tickets via Bellalre or Stea-
boavllle.
O Tickets Good over either Route. '
J0US w. BB0WN,
General Ticket Agent Centra'. Ohio B. B.
IBA A. DUTOniNSON,
General Ticket AgentBteubenyille abort Line.
Columbus, Dec. 91, 1861.
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
Sons:
"or"
milt
ni!TWf is
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to ludianaDolis without Change of Care,
and bat One Change of Cars between
Columbua and St. Loulg.
On and After Monday, November
11, 1801.
Four Trains Daily from Columbus.
' . ' FIRST TRAIN.
NIGHT EZPBBS3, via Dayton, at 8 a. m., stopping
at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddletowa and Bamllton,
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m.j and at Day ten at
5:03 a. m. ; oonneoting at OlnclnnaU for Louisville, Vln
oennes, St. Louis, and all points Southwest; arriving
at Bt. Louii at 11:30 p. m. oonneoilnf at Dayton for
Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terre Haute, Chicago, and all
points Weit) eclrlog at Indianapolis at 10:40 a. m .
SECOND TRAIN.'.
ACCOMMODATION at S 30 a. m., stopping at all ita
tloni between Columbui, Oiuolnnati aod Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:33 a. m.,and at Day too at
8:33 a. m ; oonneeUsg at OlnclnnaU with Mall Lin
Steamboats for Louisville, and at Dayton for Indianap
olis and the West.- .''.
; THIRD TRAIN. . "
EXPRESS at 1:55 p. m., itopplng, at Jefferson, Lon
don, Charleston, Xenia, Corwtn, Morrow, So. Lebanon,
f oater'a, Lore land and Mllford, arriving at OtnotnnaU
at 6:45 p. m.,at Dayton at 3 p. m. oonnectlng at 01n
with tbe Ohie and Miaslsslppl Train for Louisville, Tin
oeones,, St. Louis, eto., eto., arriving at 8t. Louli.at
10:45 a. m.; connecting at Dayton for Indlanapolia, La
ayette, Terr Haute, Ohleago and all points West. .
FOURTH TRAIN.
MAIL at 4 p. m , stopping at all stations between
Columbui and Cincinnati; arriving at Cincinnati at S.SS
p. m.
IP for further Information and Through Tloketa,
apply to M. L. D0HBBIY, TicketAgent, Union Depot,
Columbui. 4 ,
P. W. 8TBADEB. j
. I -. ... General Ticket Agent, Cincinnati.
. , JNO. W. DOHEBTf,
Agent, Columbus, j
- S. W. W00DWABD. 'i
Superintendent, CtnolnnaU. '
Columbui, Nov. 10, 1881. ,
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REMOVAL.
WlittAM - BESTtEAtlX,1
. '. JDEAtiEU, IN :
Grooeries," c ' ; :"";': ' j'
;. rroauoe, v ;
'.. Provisions,
, . Foreign and Domestio Liquors,
. '' Fruits, etc. etc., 1 :
HAS BEHOVED HI STORE FBOkt. , ".
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
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No. 106, South High Street'
The oldsUnd reoenlly occupied hy.WMl. MoDONALD
He li la tally receipt of i
NEW AND FRESH COODS
Whlohbewlilull .,.1 ., . ; ;
Cheap lor Caala er Country Produce,
JJjf Goods delivered to City trad fre of charge. JI
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE
And Seed Store,-
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GENERAL" HARDWARE,
HATir,tUSailAB51?TT?TTltWBl)Aai,
Canes Plewie, Woo ft Willow Ware
after JDa IluW Bel tjnfc laoi Itherv Hos and
' .y?enrrii
Sp(Olu0 QthttsmM
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Dally, er year.
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[From the New York Tribune.]
Job and Rob.
TW natioa t hi1 the debth ot afronr and
peril. To the eye '61 little faltb, her rao
leeme aiwosi ran--ber diseolutloti inevitable
bar glory a f emlnlecenoe her power mfn.
Arntoorata and haters of liberty In every
Mime deem It hardly neoeaiary to rail in de
oenl phrase tbelr heartfelt exultation orer tbe
downfall and wreck of the Model Rennblio,
wblob their fond hope tell them ii already an
aoeomfllahed fact a matter of history. Al
ready tbe volturei gather In hungry .eitgernesi
to least on nor careasa ere it have-time to
grow pold. Already hostile despotisms shape
tbeir- policy as though - this cotmtrr hid co
lonrer a eubstantive existence, Tbe lareer hall
of Hayti la ravenously clutobed by Spain, and
toe three western rowers unite to work their
will upon helpless Mexico; while the streets of
Richmond, of Charleston, of New Orleans, echo
10 exultant shouts over tbe proepect of British
Intervention to break the blockade of tbe Cot
ton potts, aad sweep the atirry flag from tbe
Ocean and the Gulf, bumbardlns- and burntno'
theatapoftt of tbe loyal States'. It Is the.igk
noon ot 1 reason and Tyranny; tbey clluk their
mutual guises over ine bier 01 Amerloan Lib
erty, and about themselves hoarse for tbeir all
bat perfeoted triumph In blotting out forever
tbe Rights of Man and all tbo "ghtterlDg gen
eralities" of the Declaration of Independence.
You are too fast, sirs! Tbe American Union
is not yet dead on the contrary it Is about to
show you that it was never before so teonoious,
so full of Hie as at this hour!
for around her carao fires Hill a Million
patriots are listening Impatiently for the word
tuat enau let tnem loose on tbe black-hearted
conspirators against the unity and greatness of
our country wbiob shall allow them to meas
ure tbeir strength with the would-be architects
of our National ruin. Lack of arms lack of
ships-lack of military dlsslpliue lack ol fit
leaders lack of munition and preparatiocs of
all kinds bare too long kept them inactive,
and enabled tbe traitors to revel lo dreams ot
security, victory, invluclbility. At length Ibe
hour of destiny strikes, and God prosper tbe
Right! .
1 be hostile array in front of the Nation is
formidable and desperate. We do not seek to
disparage nOr uuderrate its power. It suffices
to tax and try tbe strength and prowess of our
loyal and true Twenty Millions. Tbe struggle
is a great one II summon to tbe Nation's de
fense every drop of her horoio blood. Never
bad quarrel greater argument tban this never
before did Ibe earthly destinies of tbe Human
RiOe bang so visibly, palpably suspended on the
Issue of a war. Our brave soldiers who floun
der over miry roads or shiver around sleety
oamp-flres know well that theirs is no holiday
struggle, but one which taxes all their endur
ance and tbeir strength, awarding to many
wound, disease and death; to all, danger, pri
vation, aod suffering. '
But malignant and audacious as are the ene
mies in (root, those who baog about the rear oi
tbe Union armlet are scarcely less dangerous
and no wblt less detestable.
They are the rile brood of Jobbers, who lie
in wait for chances to become Public Robbers.
Well may Heaven and Earth unite in loath
ing their elimy greed, tbeir shameless npacity.
it Is bad enough as any time to seek wealth
at the public cost to burrow in some festering
abuae and grow rich on' the spoil of the com
munity. But what at another time might be
simple Knavery la now tbe blackest Treason.
For the Nation, in her dire extremity, re
quirts of her loyal sans not only rivers of gen
erous blood, but tmt of purest cold. War, al-
waje s costly, devouring game, grows more and
more expensive with the progress of clviliz ition.
Railroads and steamboats colleot recriits and
move armies rapidly, but condense tbe cost aB
well as the speed of a, month's march into
day. Big guns charged with shells do feartul
exeoution, but as great expense. Milliocs of
dollara are required where thousands would
have served even filty sears aeo. Hence it is
plain that wars oaoqoi last as they lormerly did,
tor they quickly exhaust the resources of na
tions. The necessary expenses of a great war are
frightful: wbat theu shall we say of the un
necessary? Who can compute their vague but
awful magnitude?
Brave men grasp tbeir muskets and rush to
the field 0t danger and of duty; mean men
sneak after them, inent on making money by
fair means or foul. Horses must be had in a
hurry; tire jobber is eager to aid bis country by
furnishing them, and makes tbe urgency of the
demand serve him In palming off venerable
racks of Indifferent crow bait for mettled chargers
at S100 to $150 each! Bacon must be bad at
onoe for the soldiers; so he bribes a commissary,
and palms off a thousand tuns of what waa onoe
the artiole required, but now crawls with vermin
and reveal to the most heedless nose the cor
rupiloa whereby it wae foisted upon a swindled
people. Clothing and uniforms, shoes and knap
sacks, are needed by tbe Millions' worth; so the
jobber oonepires with some aooundrel who gives
out tne contract, muxes out the specifications, or
inspects ana ecoepts the goods, and steals a new
block of stores by substituting Shoddy for Wool
and Pasteboard for Leather. A hundred thou
sand soldiers suffer; tbeir quickly worn out
garments fail to protect or comfort them: tbey
can neither maron nor fight as tbey would if
tne were properly provided; tbe Treasury is
bankrupted by the Continual demands for refits:
but the Jobber has made bis pile, and wbat does
As care T
If oontracts were -oronerlv advertised, eueci-
floationti carefully drawn, ample security for
raitniui performance riitiuij exacted, tbe lowest
responsible ' bid uniformly accepted, arid to
article received that was not just what It ought
to or, tne jobber would still be a knave, but
would have no chance to become a thief. Offi
cial Incompetence, laxity, and villainous com-,
plicity, form -the manure-heap in which this
most batetul ana destructive of vermin is
ulckly and multitudinously generated. Tbe
'rovoet Marshal of eaoh Division should ihool
the detected speculator, but hang his official ac
complice ou a gallows so high that the specta
cle would be edifying to flltj brigades and ad
monitory to fire Iboueaud contractors.
We bare not time now to do iuatloa to
that Intense datriotlsm which pants to serve our
distressed, imperilled oountry, bat will only
consent to do so if arrayed irt a General's, or
at least a Colonel's uniform, and benefloed with
corresponding emolument and allowances It
would lake a separate artiole lo do justice
to this fruitful theme. So the Khoul-like
rapaoity which, la this hour of National
trial and sore need, sneaks into tbe White
House and prowls about the Departments, intent
oo boring somebody Into tbe bestowal of a Cod
sulate, Paymaatrship office, job or alneonre of
some kind, wheretrom an eaiy living may be
extracted (rom our bankrupt Treasury, our all
but dying Country can language do justice to
the loathsome selfishness, the soulless ooward
loe, the Ineffable baseness, of such a resort at
such a time aa this? - -i.
O for another Christ, with whip of (not very)
small cords to scourge with Divine wrath tbe
money-changers out ot the Temple of Liberty,
which they. profane and pollute!
[From the Boston Courier.]
A Burst on old Fashioned Patriotism
. The Newburypork Herald, In diiousslng the
recent English new, remarks; .
r. "But for the fact that we are involved In an
other aud ten thousand times worse war, which
would be likely to go against us if others Inter
fere, a oonfliot with England would be of jittle
oonsequence. For our own part, we would
rather bare seen a war with every natioa la
Eruooe. than to have seen a tingle State, even
Booth Carolina, deliberately rote itaelf out pf
the Union, end take op arms against th Federal
GoTsnunent; and t war with all the world that
.uUUIU uuunuue a osntury, would be nothing: in
co5,p,i1,on wUn dlMolution of the Union."
With these sentiment we fully oooour. They
!Pte1M feelings of ell old-iisblooed Whlge,
oi all old fashioned Democrats, and, oo doubt,
or all, exoept the radical wing of the Republi
can party. But It Is to be observed that they
are la entire antagonism to everything bearing
toe aspeotof sectionalism, aod are antlralw In.
consistent, therefore, with the Philadelphia plat-,
form of 1850, and the Chicago platform of fe'CO.
' ""t oi meie was not only unjust Id effect,
not In tubstanoe,- to fifteen' States of' tbe
union, but ii was also offensive and Insulting
to them, ' Tbe latter, mere plausible la lan
guage, wae bone tbe less objectionable la spirit;
or, at least, was bo taken, by those States which
tbo election following upon Us adoptloo bai
combined against the Uoloo. . '. ,
r eeling always as the herald nosy
Itself, aud anticipating from a sectional organl
zatlon preoisely the III which have ensued, we
have pursued that course which seemed: best
fitted to preserve the Uulon In ceaee. instead
ot. one which has ondemned na toibk frairsnt.
dal struggle for it sake. But now,, the- more
such sentiments as ihosa avowed by the Iftrald,
a Republican journal during the election cam
paign, are cnerisbcd ana promoted, 4b sooner
will the war come to an end, sad the more com
pleto and stable will be the re-iaighllshmant of
friendly relations throughout' the Union.
Ua this point, tbe Herald, tn a further article;
says: . . i .
- ''The great fault with a of the North for
the ptsi year and a half at least hat been thai
we did not believe that anything wis to happen,
and wbat was predicted we declared to be Im
possible. When tbe South told us tbey should
act In a certain manner, we said it was 'gascon
ade;' and when tbey affirmed that tbe slay
Stales would be united in that policy, we de
clared it impossible; but all the things whl;h
we did not believe, aod most of those we de
clared Impossible, have come tj pass. Let us
not purjue this policy any farther. Let us open
our eyes to the truth and prepare for tbe worst."
This statement and view of tbe case I the
only one which cm bring our publio affairs
round; but when it is generally accepted and
acted upon, we may then, with more reason,
look for tbe best, Initead of preparing for the
worst-
D" The trial of Charles M. Jefferds for the
murder of John W. Mathews, and bl convic
tion iu the Court of General Sessions yesterday,
throws aside the vail of secresy that for mote
than a year and a half has been shrouded about
the double tragedy of the death of John Walton
and John W. Mathewe. The case, in all Its
phises, U one of tbe most peculiar in the his
tory of criminal jurisprudence. The evidence
developed oo tbe trial shows tbe prisoner in the
character of a professional assassin, murdering
fcr hire, ana, encouraged by success, offering
to add a third to the list of his victims. Young,
manly-looking and sprightly, his very appear
ance weighed more in his favor than tbe most
eloquent argument of his counsel could do, and
tbe jury almost wept as they pronounced blm
guilty. There 1 a terrible moral In this olosine
chapter of the. history of a "fast young man."
is. x. wona, veo.Mth,
O A Washington letter says;
The sub committee, Appointed by the Ways
and Moans Committee, to consider tbe plan of
tne secretary ot tbe Treasury lor a national
currency, based . upon the hypothecation of
Uulted btates blocks, is composed of the follow
ing members: Spaulding, Corning, Hooper and
Matnard. Tbe committee have now under
consideration a bill e.milar to tbe general bank
ing law of the Siate of New York. It Is not in
tended to Interfere with any of the banks iu any
ot the states, out tt provides an additional cur.
renor, tu have tue aanottoo of tbe General Gov.
eminent, and to be receivable for taxes and all
other publio uses, excepting custom duties on
foreign Importation. The existing banks will
be autnorisea to reoeive tnls currency in con
nection with bills which they are now circulat
ing. Tbey will be required to keep twenty-five
per cent, of tbe amount they issue for the
prompt redemption of the National currency
tbey issue.
The backs of the country will anletlv kill this
plan by letting It alone. In Ohio and New York
tbey can now get oirculatlon upon more favor
able terms. Iu the other States tbey keep cir
culation out without security, and will not ohange
tbeir plan."
UTEx Minister Jones, now in Fort Lafayette,
for treasonable correspondence with Jeff. Davie,
is a Misaourian by birth. He waa first promi
nently kuown as delegate to Congreaa from tbe
Territory of Michigan and Wiaootsin, After
Michigan was set off as a State, he was chosen
delegate to Congress from tbe Territory of Wis
consin. He wae next Clerk of tbe Supreme
Court of tbe same Territory, under Chief-Justice
Dunn, aad subsequently wag appointed
Surveyor-General of tbe Territory of Iowa,
very lucrative position. He wae then elected
United States Senator from Ihe State et Iowa,
to fill a raoancy, and was afterward re eleoted,
and occupied the position of United States Sen
ator until the winter of 1833, when President
Buchanan appointed him Minister Resident
Bogoti.
.GOOD SAMARITAN
E. B. ARMSTRONG.
' ' No. 17 East Town Street,
! WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALER IN
STOVES AND TIN WARE.
irr A largo itcok of the GOOD B MARITAN
novia-dSm
Machine Manufacturing Coi
MAwrfAOTtraiae or
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS;
; OftstlngSi ntlU-flsarliig, Kaehinsry ;
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deell. IHW-tf -i-- J i" - .J.--
nEPCLLAIlT OK WATEtUPKOOf
XV CLOAK CLOTHS. Alio, other makes ef Spring
0 toak 0 loins. In all desirable mixtures Hiadtnge, laa-
eU and Buttoni to matoh- BAIM fc SON.
. acvtli- 1 Ifo.SS SoethHlibstreO''
livTi u?vrvy!'.t Ke.tssWrdk.BlfAltiwStl
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THAT HAS
STOOD THE TQF YEARS,
srrowe mora suae! more popular
a -u v , .aTorr an . ..nl !!
And tastimontals, aew, and almost without easab'
Bight be given from ladle and gentlemen In all grade,
of society, whose united lestlaeooy none eon id reeartl
thattW, Wood's Uair Bestorathre will restore Uiekald
m mrmj, uu yrowmi rm uie nair oi tne youin to ou age,
allHsyeuUiXua been If. ..7T
, .', , Battle Creek, MIA., Pa. SUt, lHM,j
Paor. Wook Thee wilt please eiyrutailna toinfn,
the that tbe hair oo my head all fell off over twenty
years age, cmmxT by complicated enronl dleeee,e
tended with an eruption on the bead. A continual '
eoune ef suffering through llf baying reduced aa to
state of 'depended, J bay not been able to obtain stuff
for caps, neither hav I been able to do them taps In ton:,
eejuenee of which ay bead ha suffered eatmaety frea
cold. This Induced me to pay Brigto sc Ilodges lmnit
th last cent I had oo earth for a two dollar bottle f' thy
Hair Keetoratlvwbuttartef August but. Ihfae
faithfully followed the direcUonand the bald spot U now
eovered with hair thick and black, though ehert, it f
also eomlng In all ver my bead, feeling confident
that another
urge Borne would restor It 'entirely
bottle
tni permanently,
T.t a n
feel tnxlon t perstvegv la It! eas,
and belnt desUtute of Bean to nurchase anv more. I
would the hfahe woald.tBolbewlllln.ta sendm
n order on thin gnti for a bottle, and recelv to thi-
If the soriptttre declaraUon "the reward Is to those
that ar kind to tn widow and th fatherles " ut
Thy frtendi SUSANNAH KtRBT.
- Llgonler, Noble Ceanty, Indiana, feb. t!i,.HSSI "
Paoe. 0. J. Wooni litar dfr.--.Ia lha kiu.rn.ri ar
the year WSB. while attendlnc the Slate an liaueuAl -
Law BchoOl of the Stat ot Mew Vork. my hair, Jrem a
oauso unknown to me, commenced falling of very rap
idly, so that In the short space of sla months, the whole .. '
upper part of my scalp was almost entirely bereft ef Its
covering, and much of th remaining porUon upon tne
side aod baoa part of my bead shortly alter Decern irt '
so that you will not be surprised when I tell you that op.
on my return to the State of Indiana, my more casual
acquaintances wen not so much at loaa to 2tscoVer the
oa use of tbe change In my appearance, aa my more inti
mate acquaintances were to recognise me at all.
at one mad ppllcauoo to Uie most ikillful Dhril
dans in th country, but, receiving no assurance from
them that my nail would again be restored, I was forced -to
become reconciled to my fata, until, fortunately, in
the latter pert of the year 1HS7, your Ues to retire a as re
commended to m by a druggist, as beijg the meet roll
oi nair Maioraur in us, i trieu one bottle, and
found to my great eattsfaction that It waa producing the
desired effeot. Slnoe that time, I have used seven dol
lars' worth of your Restorative, and as a result, have a
rich coat of yery soft black hair, which oo mousy ceo
buy.
as a mark of my grautude for your labor and skill lu .
the production of so wonderful an article, 1 have recom
mended its use to many of my friends and acuueintances,
who, 1 am happy to Inform you, are using It with tike
effeot. Very respectfully, yours,
A. U LaTTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at lw.
Depot, 444 Broadway, aud told by all dealrri through
out the world.
Ibe Restorative I put up in botllee of three slsee, via.
large, medium, and small; the small holds M a pint, and
nulls for one dollar per bottle; the medium boldsat
least twenty per cent, more in proportion thin ihe emell,
and retails for two dollars a bottle; the large holds a
quart, 40 or cent, mora In proportion and retail, for S I
a bottle.
O. i. WOOD CO., Proprietors, 444 Bioa.l'ev New
Vork, and 114 Market Street, St Louts, slo.
And Sold by BOBKUTB a 8AUUSL. Columbus. Ohio
and by all good Druggists and fancy Goods n-a'ere
pniiiUKweowu.
PEOF. WOOD'S
BLOOD aVlvOVATOa
re Is precisely what Its name Indicates, for, while
L!J pleasant to the taste, It Is nvirifyi ug, eabllarat
'ng, invigorating and stnngthening tj the viial
tpowers, aod at the same time rarlvlnes, teiu
'states, aod renews the Biood in all its purity aue
thus at once restores and rtndtr tn system in
rntloeroM to attach of dlam. It Is the only
Inreoaralioa ever offered to the Wor.J. so clieait-
bsloaliy aod sal I If oily rombined aa to be the most
' lln .a.rfnl ( , n i mnA ihn urn. lima .1 nffcnllkl
m isoep'sa to, a so act iu perieoi acooroance wun luc
U iars of nature, and benoe will loofAe th wwJttU
sTjtfomacA, and tone up the digestive organs, aud (J
thus allay all nervous aud otber Irritation. It b er
J Teriectly exhilarating, aud at the same time it laj
ffl composed entirely of vegetables yet su combined U
is to produce the most thorough tonic eOeot, with I
lout producing any Injurious oonsequcuccs Such .
remedy naa long Deen leit to De a ueiicieraium lu'
ihe medical world, for Itneeda no medical skill to
n,
.... . ...k.: ,t Inllna. all .........
mroceede and Indeed lays tbe system open 10 th.ej
n lostaiouiauaoaa oi many oi uie mosi iauii, siu
fur example, as the following: Consumption, lu
" (digestion, Dyspepeia, Loss of Appetite, f ainutess.
Nervous Irritability, Neuralgia, falpiuliunol the
Pj'Ueart, Melancholy, Night Sweats, Laugeor, Giddi
Cdss, Betentloa of, as well a faluful obsirucwd
too protuse, or too soant menstruation, anu sail
ing of tbe Womb. These all depend uiion general'
debility. Xbl pure, healthy, tonic cordial audi
ttlood ttenovator u assure to cure a. tne sun to
a
o
1
nss and set. There is no mistake about it. But
ihia Is not all. If the system la weakened, we are
jpen to billoui atuou, tbe liver becomes torpid.
lor wore diseased, the kidneys nfuse lo peiforu.
fi
n
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their funoUona, and we an troubled with scalding
and inoouuneoe or urine, or Involuntary dis
charae of tbe same, pain In the back, aide and be
tween the shoulders, exceedingly liable to slight
wold, cough, aad If unchecked, soon emaciation!
Uollowa, and the patient goes down to a prematuru
grave. . But space win not allow us to enumerate!
o
toe many uia te wuca we era uaoie u a weaxencu
condlUon of the system. But we will say, in this
Cordial and Blood Benovator yon have a pen out
safe, pleasant and effectual remedy for loes o'
Ajoellte, Biliousness, riatuieuce, wee ana
etouuch, languor, Uver Oamplalut, Chills avu
fever, or any Bilious aitatk, Costivecess, 4ci.li i
f ths Stomseh, nervousness, Meuralgia, rai iita-
0!
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Oi
tionof the Heart. Depression of Spirits, euros,
rimpiee on tne race, or any unui erisina noui
moure blood, such s Ecrotuia, sryeipeias. umu
hills. Cough, difficulty of Breathing, and all -liai
jelass ef dlwasea celled female Weakueee. aud
!is
Unumarated ahn. We will also sv the traveler
Uxpoeed to epidemloi. change of climate and weH
L.V will .nil 1. - nunL Ml, Uld UM ftml, J
land none should ever travel witnoat. rteatiea,;
mil In, .uhm an. .nn si 1 Ind n ICalriflnu
iu "1
tnrianl. aa wall Irieud in need. All versoiis otr
r
sedentary habiU will hud it perfeot preventive oil A
u well ae ours for those ailments to wnicb they aie; t
parUoalarly axpoeed. UonceminUurMtudenuu :.
aeousiomed to much outdoor exeictse, will Snd n
o their advanUn to keep a kettle eoaiunliy oo
band; aod, arwve all, motners, or uwee oocuuiu.,-
isitchi will go through that moot daugeroua perioj
not only will alt thel, aocustomra streui,iii, na.
safe and free from the Lhousaud ailmeote a hivv-
r
alent uonc the female porUoa of the world. iol
U short, tl I indeed emu there cordial.; l'iylt,ektl
vasd)eung; no longer ruu tbe liakot delay; it Willi
relieve aiiu prove ilseii enipnauoaiiy imwro
liee Cordial and Blood Htnovaior. '
3
O. . WOOD , propriewi, 444 Braadwee.'Mewl
fork, and I14 Market Street, St. l.euls, Alo ant
sold by HOBelKIa a SAMUI.I.,.0nlumnus,Ohiii
Aud all good UruggisU FTloa One Doll.ul
per Bottle. euroh-Jtweily
G a IS I T R Ii
DB. XEL AND'o ;
. - . t!-" ii.. . i-
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEpy rj)k
Ehetunatlim, Gout nd Hearigia,
AMD A 8UB1CCB1 fO ... (r
Mercurial Diaeases.'
AU
It la a conveniently arranged Band, eoutalnlug a med
icated- compound, to b worn a round the Waist, without
Injury to th most dslicate persons; oo change In hablu
of Urtng I required, and ft entirely remuvee th dls
as from th system, without producing the Injurious
sffeet arising from th as of powerful Infer aal medl
sines, which weaken and destroy tbe constitution, and
Sve temporary reiieiooiy. Dytnwireatmem, tne mea
Inal properties oontalned In the Band eeme la contact
with the blood and reach tbe disease, through the pores
of the skin, effecting In every Insane a perfeot earn,
and reetoriof: the part afflicted to a heedihy condition.
This Band ta also a mostpowerful Awn -MaacxauL anenV
and will antiraly nUevetheayitea free thajMnMeiow
effects ol Mercury . Moderate cases are eurrdinaut
days, and we are constantly receiving testlmoelsti of its
etbraay In irirrvatad eeeee of long standing.
Pa ice ta.OOj to be had of Druggist generally; 6r dau
be sent by mail er aapi.., with full dlreo.ions fornuee.
to any part of the oountry direct from the Principal
Office,
Ho. 409 BSOIDWAT, JTw Tak. "
G. SMITH & CO., Sole Proprietor..
. H. S. C t scrip Ur Circulars Sent free. , : :
A. J. SeBCILLIBa SON, PauawsTS, Auiuti, No.
ITT? 8. High St., bet. friend and Mound, Uoiumbua, f.
ID Agfoate Wan tea Eerrv faeres e
'; mhW-lytiorletp.dkw ! - j t! '. .'t-.tr. .
TTEKT SriLISH STBIPF.O
ri.OTH
aHAWI.UBawdeslnaataS OS-rValu tS OS.
1.500 yards Super fiain black Bilk M SI OU-yata
l nt yam.
f ranch Merinos, WM eunte Tl I7 ets s yard.
. rtj? 7i cu value SI 00 a yard.
Veua a kin,
oatll
Jf. W Booth CLjh Stisel.
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