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eOLUMBUS. OHIO, SUNDAY;
MOENINGf . DEC. 29,
S
n D0L1ABJ PZB YBAS.
Iawriably la IdTano.
B ilLY.TRI-WEEKLY A1W) WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
fPBLIgH'j SB AWP JBOPBIBIQRg,
. 'r,0ffl6 Km- 88 88 nd i Horte High 8t
iRM8 INTABIABtr IN ADVANOl.'
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One
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jnej - month 15 00
week,. 3 00
1 week... l 7.1
" . month 10 00
One ' It month 8 0(1
One " I nronth. -J 00
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1 Sday .., 1 00
. Sday... 7S
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i insertion SO
bM( more than the above
-i OT
All notices reqnlren to foe published by lavi; oiaYrat.
k?ru"pc"U,,g,'Cl'ftr'Uh0cle,le,'flre'B'Pn'M.
Are both u,,d, ,Sca ft! ch" " . -"'iSl"?
.If tbo rotes or the D.iiiy ' " :nw:," I
jrasraEss CARDS.
.i. miTTODm.
FINE & CHITTENDEN,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
; . '
Weai street,
, - (Officee of city Judge.)
NEW YORK.
mm to
h' (TP fc'lc'',N- ? !"P'rlor Court.
Hon n vJe"""na '
Bon
nov8-dm
attorney and Counsellor nt Law,
NOTARY PUBLIC,
DOvB-ly
:aate of rbalon'i Establishment, N. T.,)
P"OPKIETOK OP TIIJR NEW Tomr
Fashionable Bhavlnir .IT onK
0wllM4rDtoi,,, tU"lBg' Bh"nP""'S
South Sigh St., orer Baln'a Store
itUdle,' a Children'. HM, Pre,tBr flr4, ,n the
ep3dly .
C ALT HOUSE,
;l?o. 178 Korth High Btroet, ;
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
in .i c 5g " PN( on uf of the tnlni
piX. 0,,lt Uor9 fw?55!f
Terme modern to intt the times.
NATION AL" HOTEL,
NEAR nI0N DEPOT, ' ' !
' COLUMBUS, OHIO.;
' " . t
TJBM3....
oct33-8oi . '
...ONE DOUAR PER DAT.
" ' f I
T. A. B. SIMZINS, !
;.tto3aao3r t Law
A NOTARY rUBLIC.
Omce-Amte, UuiMing, opposite Capitol Square. ;
A - OOLUUBUB, OlilO,
o Attorney & Counsellor at; law,
MARION, OHIO. '
M C. LILLEY
BOOK oiigrijiisjei
:' And Blaiik-BooV'Haiia&ntaror; ?
EA OXE BRASS WORKS,
CorrvcTiSrtrliijr ft Witttcrsu.,
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
Electro Plating and Gilding!
STEFiCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl ai-dl- ' ' ' ' , '
Colnmbns Wholesale Liquor Store
LACELLE ROSS & CO.,
'MEECHANTS,
t IMPORTERS AND PEALERS IN
lr ,.'''.'
Foreign and Dbmestio Wines, Brandies,
fce. te. AL80,
OLD RYE.MONONGAUELA & BOURBON
, x WHISKY.
. WARBHOCBi AND OFFICE. SSI SOUTH EIGII ST.)
.":Ti COIUMBTJS, OHIO,
scpeMbU
VM. II. I1ESTIEAUX,
(SUCCESSOR TO McKEE k BE8TIBATJX)
No. 106,- South High Street,
. :T ."' DEALER IN , .
GROCERIES, PRODUCE
PROVISIONS
- Foreign and Domestic Fruits, -
FLOUR, SALT, LIQUORS, ETC.
- STO IT ACE & COMMISSION
.
'
WOROESTETR'S
HOYAL QUARTO DICTIONARY.
lateat.-Tha largest-The Best,
auo lincapegt uecaaie the Best,
-enaii n tail dard Au
Ihorlty of the i:nKIlfiiiLo.uiriiaKe.
Sl Bundred Bminmt Educatort of Ohio,
"THH HE8T ENdlJSn DICTI0NABY EXTANT."
' trary itm Bverywhtrt.
".r" "Pwarde of Dnndred Thonwind Wordn.
wi rih thrt..; rl;n,,n"lD(!i ndderlvtlon, toitethcr
tot befor. (he cje.'; ' " Pronnni!1tl0'' ""'7
' - . OtnolnnaU Commercial.
Ktad tht tnUHont of thn 3fmirt of tht Ohio 8tatt
i?i!in.?der,,ff,nedl """nlw of the Ohio State Tewhent'
-V.I.UI,, mi on inn ,1m . In iMhlt.. ..Illr..
Worn-i0.? u,fnO'tnKPh nd prono.noi.tloa
di.nu ' KoyaL Q.ur, I!"nary. and we noit cor-
thn,i,.!rVi ,. . m n,0,t " etHndJird n
ink? ' EnRllsl1 )anf!"8i It ! now written and
JfR" Preildent Eenyon College.
School!.
loe. W. Htnrar, Hnp't MaMilon Union School!
S.,'i0ow,"l, BuD,t Publl School!, Sauiluiky.
N. aroBD, Prlodpul Clee)and female Bfmlna-
T r " . (nunc r.riiuojii nib. union
Johii Oodk, Principal State Normal School, Ulnne.
OinctanaU"-' Prlnclpal '?n'th In"mwd.ate School,
H. 8. Martin, Snp't Canton Union School!.
dwih ktwAL, Principal KoNoely Normal School.""
w "T Prof. Mathematine, Ohio DnlTerilty.
' A. a
bod;
i n ri """"" Dnp i iroy union Bcnool.
uorawfL rriDclpal Wert High School, Olcye
B. A. Norton, Associate Principal nigh School, Olcve-
Tmoikiri Stiiiliiiii, Trlnctral High School, Clre
land.
R. P. ITcmiiton, Principal Olereland Institate.
OARruiD, Prcidnt of Klcctle Institute, HI-
ram ,
UnlVeriity ' Chomlitry, Ohio Wesleyan
OhYn H" "'"n, Ex-CommlsloEr of Common Schools,
JUifa Monroe, Prof. Rhetoric, Oberlln ColleK".
Turn. Hiix, Preildent Antlooh Oollen.
.Z, ' Oatboart, Prof. Mathematlco, Hlnh
8. 0. CnoHBACsn, Prof.
Language, High School,
M. BARUR.Bun't Union Schools. Aihland.
ilort titan Siat nivnAwA r,t UI7.
gei, froeuort. Author and DUllnaultud SJuca
tort, toot mdortd tht ab-rct tmUintiU.
PRESIDENTS OF COLLEGES IN OHIO.
MARirrrA flnr.Tm. "Tt i. ,1. . m.nieMn u
an honor to the author, the publishers, and the whole
oountry.-President Andrews.
OHIO Wmlktam T7mvtmfv ....?! trMAji r ......
tlons. It Will be bit auidn In ArlhnirMnhv nrnnN.
elation, and will often be eonsalted b, me for lta neat
and accurate definitions." President Thompson.
fa . EcLKrno OotusBi. "Ileretoforo we have used
Webster s orthography. At a root at meeting of our
faculty, it wai rinniiirii i.h.i. it n Mnfn k.t
of Worcester' Royal Quarto DicUonary."-l'rcililent
uarfleld.
Wrstuin RniRVR CnLuni. T 0
oordlal approbaUon." President Hitchcock.
1 T t mnrA than tn.l. rr
tlOUS. I reoommenil U aa hA alKtiHarH anlhn.ltwln
orthoepy to my children and my pupils." Prrsldeut
Morgan.
Autioch Onu.ua I ait nnl .nil aim In n.A In tnh.
tog, writing and speaking, the orthography and pronun
claUon of Woroester's Royal Quarto Diotlonary.1' (
.QOIUCUl U11J. 1
"In all DIV Wrttlnff. anMlrtnc n f.snnlniy T h. .n.
dearortd to conform to the rules for ortbography and
pronunciation as contained In Worcester's Dictionary."
Horace Mann, late President. ,
KairroN Ootim. OAMnnm. "I moitcordlall reenra-
mond It aa the moat reliable standard authoritv of the
Knirlish lansnapfl as It (a now written anil .nfikAn."
President Andrews.
SCHOOL COMMISSIONERS OF OHIO.
from Rt. Anton Smyth, Oommtttioner of Common
swoon tn VMO,
''The Dlotionarv la an ImnArUhiihln mnnnm.nl tn thn
learning and Industry of Its author, and au honor to the
world of letters. The mechanical execution is far supe-
tn. tn Ih.f nf an nlla. I fr.lj.K T KM
. H.n. v. U1UII UUIWII H1UI .IIHU A U
Iqualnted."
Prom Hon. IT. B. Barnoy. JUs-OommUfUmtr of
- .. School in Ohio. .
'The most reliable standard authority of the lan
guage.'-
WHAT TBI
Ajoftdinic 2Ce-wxperi of Ohio Bar
Iron the CUmdand Herald of March SS.
The orthography of the Worcester Dictionary is that
used by most, If not all, authors of distinction in this
country and England, and conforms to the general usage
01 oraioary writers anu speaaers.
Whatever prejudices may hare existed previously, a
careful study of this rolume will Invariably be followed
by a warm appreciation of Its great merits, and a desire
to aaa 11 to uie well seieoted library, be it large or small,
It Ue library in itself, and will remain an imporlsha
ble record of the learning of Its compiler.
Jnm th OXncdnnaH Oommereial of April SO.
Here are upwards of a hundred thousand words good,
bad and indifferent whose multifarious meanings and
derivations, together with their cerreot spelling and pro
nunciation, are set clearly before the eye. The work Is
unquestionably the greatest Thesaurus of English Words
ever published.
Iron the Cleveland Plain&caler cf&pt. SO, 18G0.
Evidently WoRctsTm't Rotal Qdarto Diotiokarv it
not only the last, but tht best work of the kind ever it
vsd.andctn by no possibility suffer by comparison or
controversy.
from tht T0M0 Blade of May 20.
As to rRONCNciATtoN, WoRcrsm is tui Staruard
followed by our best authors; In definitions he leave)
nothing to be desired, and In Orthoorapbt it is sufficten t
to sny that Worcxstcr can be safely followed.
IMG HAITI & BltAGG
Publishers, Booksoller6t Stationer-,
NO. 191 SUPERIOR ST., CLEVELAND, OHIO.
maiD
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT
LIEE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF
Nownrls., ixr. J".
DiTidond J anuary i, 1S6 1 , 45 Per Cent.
ASSETS.... 3,8K,536 50.
Statement January l, ism,'
Ralanee, per statement Jan. 1st, 1BC0 $n,4(K),58? no
Received for Preinlumi dur
ing the J ear 10 7G3,0J3 55 '
Received for Interest during
the year I860 14,014 It
Total reoelpti for 18f)0....o77,00? 74
Paid Claims by Deatb,907,050 00 '
Paid Policies surren
dered 41,111 39
Paid Salaries, Pot- ,
age, Taxes, Ex
change, etc 31,020 54
Paid Commissions to -
Agent 51,325 30
Paid Physicians' fees. 5,009 75
Paid Annuities 1,517 00
Paid Dividends dur
ing the jear 106,500 75 505,091 03 411,070 14
Net Bal&uco January 1st 1801 93,813,553 50
ASSETS.
Caution hand t0.0S4 10
Bonds and Mortgageaon Real
Batata, worth double the
amount loaned 8,327,841 63
Premium Note., oa Policies
In force, only drawing 6 per
cent. Interest..., 1.579.864 17
Real Estate 00.803 27
LoanaonBcrlp . 5,93144
Premiums,noteaandOasb,ln .
course of transmission.... 45,343 75
Total Asset..
3,813,550 50
T8T5 Policies In foroe, Insuring. $35,420,538
1,435 new Policies have been Issued during the year.
After a careful calculation of the nreaent vain. nr tha
outstanding Policies of the Company, and having the
necessary amount In reserve therefor, the Directors
have declared a Dividdio of 45 per cent, on the Premi
ums paid at the table rates, to all polleies for life In force.
Issued prior to January 1, 1800, payable aooordlug to the
lirocui iuio ui ma vuuijwuj.
Rates for all kinds of Life Contlnrenrlea. Pnuna-i.
uses, Statements, and Applications, will be furnished
without charor, at the Office or Agencies of the Com
pany. ....
,., - ROUT. u. PATTERSON, President.
L. 0. GR0VER, Vie President.
MNJ. 0. MILLER, Secretary:
II. U. MKESOIV, Agent,
a.' t n. ."n..'' Mo.. Johnsnii Block,
March 88, 18C1. Oolumbua.O.
Pv,w!i?.Ar? D. FIGURED BLACK
DRESS BILKS. Of avenrnda. Tha ,ZT.
aiMrtoeol In the ity, and at mt reasonable rates.
, ... ! BAIN At BON,
pnU KcW 8t Highlit ,
of
1861. 1862.
1861. 1862. Winter Arrangement---Time
Changed.
Changed. Great Northern and Eastern Route.
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS
CLEVELAND, COLUMBUS AND
CINCINNATI.
RAILROAD.
Connecting at Crestline with the PITTSBURGH. PT.
try a . . ' "
.Taints OI1IOAQ0 RAILROAD
.w.rj,, i nuuaopMa and altimor. Also
for Fort Waynt and Vhioago.
Connectlngat Cleveland with the LAKE SnORE RAIL-
, ROAD
TWO TRAINS DAILY,
EXOErr SUN DAT,
From Oulumbui, in oonnectlon with TralDsoa the
a B-a.'.. . -
v ' HRBI TRAIN.
--l?B M-1tm OolumbM at 3 50 A. M.:
will k.ye passengers Mall .tatlons, .too at Delaware
Cardli.gton, 01 wd, O.Hon, ia ; .utton. North"
R-n. p m in...i,' ' 1 Jiunaio
a- tn P M ork 12 M., Unston
SECOND TRAIN.
MN.BJfiMnK EXPRE33-Leaves Columbus at 3:13 r.
M.; Will leave PUaanvflr. At all .i.n,.. n .. J
-uvuevt, uuiumoia ana uitnainii ia.ii. pr
III nt . .. '" " "" .nun.,
C0NNE0TI0N3.
At Oreittlna with a wt ....
At fholbv, with Plniln.Lr, Xr.-.o.t., j .. ..
road, for all point, on thi t rT" 'a 1 'a.aJZ"?
AtOraftnn lih n. I.V : y'w
Toledo .niniiZ ana loiedo KMlrcad for
oabtouij- uara are run on all
nigur, irams to Chicago, New
York and Boston.
.'Si'!??V rrland Boston
Jfno lorkvia Crtstltne.
RETURNING.
Cincinnati tpres arrives at Columbus at I:m" V. M .
nro as Low an by any other ISotil.
Aik fur Tkkititia Crallintor Cltvtland.
E. 8. FLINT,
hPrinlendent, Cleveland, Ohio.
JAMES PATTERSON, Agent,
Columbus, Nov If), lfifll.
Oolnmhus, Ohio.
thia train nr
GUEHNSBYB
GUERNSEY'S !
BALM)
9 !
IlEJIOVEX
A N n vi-ruT-u -
XI
flammritlon nA tvnir, u . .
scjild brul ucat yfttS" wound "of" .nyTind,1 Uent,!
117 .i"-, nieumatism, ague in the
breast, salt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It will
posmyely cure croup In children, and gives immedUte
Um f?.'ih' wor,":" ' "'U terrible complaint: also
removes hoarseness and sore throat. Price, 25 corJ.
bottle.
cuoum oe in evo ijhouse. For sale by Drm;-
gist! and StorekceDers
IKViN SMNH.
Boie rroprletor, N
oetliiiwlyls
SprusaettNetvYork
No real Justice can ha d.,i, th. .....
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets
be found with all dealers, or wilt be sent by V roprictor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Dottles sent to Phyid
clans, who will find Oevelopmenrs In both worthy th-li
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whoce noccMitiei or
curiosity prompts to a trial of Uiu above reli iblo Jlcnv
dies.
For sale by the usual wholesale ond retail (Wler
everywhere.
JOHN I,. IilNIVr.WEJLJL, Propriefo
CHEMIST AND PHARWACEtJTJSTi
So. 9 Conunsroial Wharf, Boiton, Kasn.
Roberts & Samuel, N. B. larple, J. R. Cook, J. 5J
Donlg, O. Denlg ft Pom, A. J. Schuelbr ft Eon, A?r.t,ts
for Columbus. Ohio
myl-dly
COLUMBUS
i.i
E.
The Heat Artificial Help to tl
Huiuau ttigtxt over Ijiwntod.
JOSEPH S. PERLEY,
PRACTICAL & SCIENTIFIC OPTICIAN,
KEEPS I TITE LARGEST ASSORT,
ment of the most Improved kinds of Spectacles.
All his Glasses, whether for nenr or far-sighted, air
ground In concavo convex form with the greatest care,
so as to suit the Eyes of all cases, curing Weakness
Dullness or Inflammation of the Eyes, and Imparting
strength for long reading or fine sewing.
Oflice, 13 Kas State street, at Seiner & Webster's
Muslo Store.
aug5-dly
J.8V1. & V. KCERfJER.
r"o. do,
Corner of Broad & Front Streets,
COLUMBUS,
. DEALERS IN
GROCERIES, PRODUCE AND
PROVISIONS,
FOREIGN & DOMESTIC FRUITS,
FIOUE, BAIT, LiaUOES, ETC.
OYSTERS BY TUB CAN IM TI1FIR BRA.'ON.
oct25-dly
AUCTION AND COMMISSION
2$. O O
TUE BUKKCnillEll HATING TAKEN
a lease oti the Stor Boom
No. 11 32ast State St.,
baa opened It as an
Auction & Commission Room.
He Is now prepared to receive on Commission every
description of property, inch as Dry Goods, Groceries,
Liquors, Furniture. Carriages, Horses, ato. lie also
Intends to devote his attontlon to sales of Real Estate
and Personal Property, at any point, within twenty tulles
the city. . (
Auction Sales Every Evening;-
Consignments rcspecfally sclloltod. ' ' '
W. R. REST, Auctioneer.
Cranberries! Cranberries!
OA DBI.S. CRAJCBEKRIES, IN GOOD
OX) ORDER, on oonslgnmeat. '
For sale lowby - - ( '
WM. H. REBTIEAUX,
tw ,. .100 Bouth nigh Street.
-MALTESE
1862.
1862. EAST.
1862. EAST. WINTER ARRANGEMENTS
TIME CHANGED.
ai.V -W'f
CENTRAL OHIO
AND
STEUBENVILLE SHORT LINE
RAILROAD
UNITED.
coNNEoriNo at pirrsBUitan wirn the
Pennsylvania Central Railroad
orria me
,hh.i0M 1ulcke asid lrTott Icilrn
llo Mouse ( ult Jcaatersi Cltlesu.
Tr ains Leave Columbus u follows
.....UI..A.K. , sTRurRTaT.t.
Morning; Exprt-,
4:00 A.M. 3:10 P. 11. ; d0a. Mt
ast tnre.
B4SP.M
ARRIVW at Raxumt
0:40 P. M. .
SRUIVR AT WTTSBOROn
S:43A.M. 4:10 P. M. 10:30 P. M.
J0:40A.M.
4:10 P. M.
ARRtVR AT nARRI"IDRO
10 P.M. 3:10 A K. 8:13 A. M.
ARItlvr AT R AI.TIMORI
8:iOA.M. 2;00P.M.
arrivr at rniunn.rniA.
5:20 P.M. 7.40 A.M. 1:50 P.M.
3:10 A. M.
8 20 A. M.
7:40 A.M.
. J.m T0RK vu ALIKKTOWN, N. T.
.100A.M. :5or.M. 11:00A.M. 5:30 P.
via ritiLAnzLrniA
10:15 P.M. 1:4JP.M.
1:P. M.
5-00 P M-
Vfl. ItTVUTntitM
.S."Jnn by th.'' ieacu New In R!lvtice of
th?.:4hlfnVMl:.t,.nJ, lh0 ""''on 'ram Oolumbai at
wlahinSin, i ?bW, P,,"enHr" canreaeh Baltimore or
pniaor New York before dark.
HTl eeplng can on all night trslm.
The Only Kontc from Colnmbnt to
Hiiltiiuore, Plilli.deiplila o "
IVciv York.
WITH ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS.
Thii train also connect, at Geiiuir. siih it., p.m
and Ohio Railroad. muIV
pTbis route Is . 30 1 MILE3 SHORTER to Pittsburgh
id more than 100 MILKS Kiinuivii u v.JL
ilaa Northern lines. '
O"Bjca;aE0 Checked Thronrh tn all im.
portaut points dot.
ICr Aek for Ticket via Bnllalre or Steu-
benvillc.
(D" Tickets Gocd over either Route.
JOUS W. BROWN,
Oeueral Ticket AgOLt Centra' Ohio R. R.
IRA A. I1UTCHINJ0N,
General Ticket AgentStcnbrnvlUe Hht.rtLlue.
Columbus, Dec. 34, itiil.
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Sincinaati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to Indianacolia without Change of Car,
and hut Ouo Chaage o Care between ' '
. . Columbus, and St. Louia. ;
On and After Monday, November
11, 1861.
Four Trains Daily from Columtus.
' i
. FIRST TRAIN.
kioht JiXPBlssfl, via Diyton, lit J a m., stopping
at London, Xenia, Dayton, Mlddletowo and Eamlltoa,
arriving at Cincinnati at 7:40 a. m.; and at Dayton at
u.umh. iu., conneoungai uincinnati tor Jjouisville, Vin
cennes, St. Louis, and all points Southwest! arriving
at St, Louis at 11:30 p. m.t oonneotlng at Dayton for
Indianapolis, Lafayette, Terra Haute, Chicago, and all
I'uiiii. .., m, i ring n. xuumiiapuiis ai w.w a.m.
SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION at 3:20 a. m., stopping at all sta
tions between Colnmbus. Clnclnnad and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati at 10:33 a- m., and at Dayton at
H:33 a. m.i connectbg at Cincinnati with Mall Line
Steamboats for Loulnvllle, and at Dnyton for Indianap
olis and the Wcit. t ,
THIRD TRAIN.
EXPRESS ut 1.55p. m., slopping at Jefferson, Lon
don, Charleston, Xenia, Corwin, Morrow, So. Lebanon,
Foster's, Loveland and Mllford, arriving at Cincinnati
at0:i"p. m.,al Dayton at 5 p. m.j connecting at OIn
with the Oldo and Mississippi Train for Louisville, Vin
cennes,, St. Louis, e'.o., etn., arriving at Ht. Louis at
10: a. m.i connecting at Dayton for ImllwapoUs, La
fayette, Terre llaute, Chicago and ali points West.
JCpFor further information and Through Tickets,
apply toM. L. DOIIEKTY, TlcketAgent. Union Depot,
Columbus.
P. W. STRADBIt,
General ticket Agent, Cinoinnntl.
.TN0. W. DOIIERTY,
Agent, Oolurabus,
E. W. WOODWARD,
Huperlntendent, Clncinnali.
Colnmbus, Nov. 10, 1C1.
if
V REMOVAL. .
WtUtAM ti HESTIEAUX,
rEAi,r.(iN
Groceries,
Produce, . ,
Provisions,
Foreign and Domestic Liquors,
Fruits, etc. etc., .
nAS REMOVED BI3 STORE FROM
NO. 34, NORTH HIGH STREET,
TO
No.' 10G, South High Street,
The old stand recently occupied byWM. McDONALD
flo Ii In dally receipt of
MEW AND FRESH GOODS
Which he wilt sell
Cheap for Cnah or Conntry Produce.
Hj floods delivered to City trade free of charge ,XT(
lyl.
AlJK I CI1XTUR AL "W AEE1I0USB
And Seed Store, , ,
EIAXIR IM
GENERAL HARDWARE,
NAILS, GLASS, BASH, rUTTT, CORDAGE,' . , .
tiuna, I'Utola, Wood kY mow Wuro,
ether and Buhoet Belting, Ian Leather, Hose and
klug. ' ehl-dly
A TUnE AD LACE PUTTS
AM. of el.fmnt qnalltles for Ladii
; also, MlsaeV Kltti
n great Tait .
- , UAIN'8.
iayU3
to
to
of
in
IIBKI,
Dally, per year..
.Triweekly, pervear...
Weekly, per you
..H 110
.. 3 00
.. I I'D
THE UNION.
THE UNION. BY FRANCIS DE HARS JANVIER.
" b!oe"-WrDYTltRn, n""":"1 forever' on n1 iniepara.
The TTnlonl TheTnlon!
The-bnpeof the fieel
' Howsoe'er we may difler,
In thia mm airrne: . i
Our gloiious banner
No traitor shall mar, .
By effaolng a stripe.
Or destroying a stail
i , . Division? No, never I .
, The Uulou foreverl .
And cursed be the hand '
' ' ' That our oouut-y would Bever!
1 . .
, , The Union! The Union!
a,.1" Pu'haed with Woodt
Side by side to seoure II
. Our forefathers stood
- ! From the North to the South,
Throuno the length of the land,1
,; Rsn the wsr-cry which snmmuoed
That patriot lundl . .
' ' " Dlvisloul 0, never!
i . ': The Union forever!
t And cursed be the hand
.Thatourucujjtry wouLLev.)ii
The Union! The Union!
At Lexington tlr.t.
Through the clouds of orpresrslon
Its radiaooj burst!
But at Yorktown rolled b,ick
The last vapory crest.
And a bright constellation.
It biased in the west!
Dlvltlonl No, never!
The Union foreverl
And oursed oe the band
That oureauntry wonl.1 sever.
The Utilon! TbeUnlonl
Its heavenly light
. Cheers the hearts of the nations
Who grope la the night
And. athwart the wide ocean,
Falls gliding the tides,
A path to the country
Where Freedom abldcsl
Dlvlslonl No, never!
The Cnlun forever!
And cuned be the band
That our country woaij tevi-r!
The Union! Tfco Union!
In God we repose!
We confldo tn the power
1 hat vanquished our foci
The Uod of our fath;r
Oh, still may He be
The strength of the Union,
The hope of the Ficel
Divlsioul Mo, never!
The Union foreverl
And cursed be the hand
That our Union would sever!
LATEST NEWS FORM THE SOUTH.
Wo bavo later aod interesting ncwa from tfco
South, which wo subjoin:
The Attack on Matamoras—A Desperate
Fight—Barricades—Explosion
of a Mine, etc., etc.
The telegraph trieflv mentioned a few dava
ago that the flhiioane, at Matamtrip, had got
up a fight amoug thenwelvea, tot a very unusu.
al thiu( for them, however. From the detnila
which baveaincccomo to hasd.lt. ecema to have
been quite a severe cnggemeut. Tlio follow
ing are the particulars;
llrom the DroWDSvills (Texas) Flag, iior. 21,
Geo. Caravajal, aa our readera will remem
ber, appeared in front of Matamoraa at tho
bead of tha State troops, on VVcdncslay, the
15sh inat , and the people of the town at once
raised tbe black flag, with an inscription upon It
that no communication would b held with the
aratilanta. Caravaal then pitched hlacamp at
a farm about five tulles irara Mut imor.t", and
set about perlectlog bis plan of aitick, oLd
drilling and armiofi hlf.-. -.
On Friday, Geo. iisro)a, who wa'u euppoied to
be at Tampioo, suddenly marohtd into Matamo-
raa at toe head of a troop variously estimated
at from one hundred uod fifty to six hundred
oavalry. His presence seemed to infucc confl
dence at once, for the population which was flv-
leg to tbia side of the river, at once set back to
Matnmorie, and tho people in the city begin
lontiying me city in tne most secure manner.
Barricades wero built across tho streets lead
log out of the main ploza, or publio square, and
rorw were nastily tnrown up at many places
three or lour squares from the main nlazi.
Ia the meantime the rroliminarv moasnrea.
ot communicating witn tne lorciyn consuls,
aud of warning tbe foreign residents, wore
duly observed.. In this connection, wo under
stand that at one time Geo. Caravajal declared
that be would not be responsible for the lives
or properties of foreigners remaining iu iho
town; but remonstrances mado from cur au
thorities, who were appealed to in tbe matter,
produced an alteration in this renpect, and for
eigner were required to make signals to sigoi
ty their property, nnd it would be respected.
These necessary details belrtt contummated.
on Wedneaday morning tho attack commenced,
Caravaj! having moved his camp nearer to
town. Ihe attack was ccmnienced with a civ-
airy charge upon the uppor end of the city, in
the neighborhood of the cemetery, the aeoault
ing column being led by Commanders Pena,
Albrette and Manso. Citizens of Browravilln
who heard the assault state that it sounded sa
three thousand muskets bad exploded at
once, la tne midat ol tbia terrible rattlo df
musketry, tho advancing colnmr: shouted with
enthusiastio gusto, "Viva Pcna!" ''Viva Tri
vino!""VivaCaravail!" Tbe reflnbnso ot th.
citizens of Alatamoras rolled back over the
roae of battle, "Viva Garoiai" "Viva Caois-
trari" "Death to the Traitors!"
in tbe meantime the Icrrica leadinsr from
Brownsville to Alatamoras were out nndor mil
itary surveillance, aud communication between
the right ana lets bank of the Rio Grande ennid
only be bad by wriiten passports from Lieut.
Colouol Buchel, of Fore Brown, and from tbe
authorities ot Alatamora3. Sentioela were sta
tioned oa tbe boats, and tbe lice of oommuui.
cation waa entirely broken, as the prudence of
Lieutenant-Colonel Buchel dictated that but
few of our oitiaens should be permitted to min
gle in the unfortunate difficulty in progress
among our neighbors.
1 be attacking force, acocrdine to the mearm
details which we bavo been enabled ti gather,
made great headway toward tbe main plan, at
the outset, driving tbe enemy before them up
within three squares ot tbe publio plaza
Tbe time was thtu occupied until davlieht In
leleotiog poaitions and bringing up the reserves
tor we onset oi tne morning, liowover, there
was a oontinaoos roar of musketry alljthe time,
the two parties having stationed skirmishers
and observers at different points on the roofs of
tbe houses. - -
Our people a;ombled in the greatest exoi la
ment, and in the largest multitudes on tha river
bank, straining their eyes out to catch a sight of
tne nasties oi niusaeiry, ana Deeding taeir ears
boar tbe roar of fire-arms and the shooting of
the different parties. Conjecture ran wild with
the number of tho wainors, with the inten.
Hons of the assailants, sad the determination of
the defenders. Parties took aides at once, and
bets were offered and taken upon the defense
and the assault.
Aa daylight broke upon the scene of conflict
hundreds of our citizens sought tbe tops of
bouses, lined the banks of the river, and raised
themselves to the tops of trees, tooatch a glance
the exoiting tragedy being played to the
snouting sows in our neighboring city.
Gen. Cararaial, in his firstentry into tho city,
bailed some ot our citizens on tbe Texas sido of
Ihe river, at Freeport, and informed them that
he intended to take the town or die in the at
temptthat he had an adequate forco already
aotion, aud that he had fourteen hundred
fresh men in reserve. Aod to tell the truth,
his foroe seemed interminable as it deployed
through the by-paths into full view' ou the river
bank. " 1 . - , ,
The Roios (Caravaial'a party) commenced a
forward movement at an early hour after day-
ugnt, ana in a snort time tne force inside
the city was completely surrounded, being hem
t
a
a
to
as
six
Ho
in
by
an
'
.
med in at the plaza. Barricades erected for the
defense of the town were taken at the corner
known as Albino Lopez's store, and also in
front of the new theatre. We understand that
a small piece of artillery was captured at tbe
first mentioned barricade
daylight till almost two o'clock yesterday af
ifroooD, when the oavalry force of Gen. Gar
cia stllied lorth and drove tbe otsallants back
toward the river. . In this contest the defend
era oi the town prrs.cea thelt silly by throw
ing a few bomb shells into Caravajal'g quarter,
opposite rreeportj and having created some'
thing of a confusion among the Robe they
made tho successful sallv. Thn (IU fr Ii 'unfa tan
pvaached so near the river that their death
dealing mis-iles fell upon onr side of the stream,
creating quite stampede amongst the crowds
ou " oim. The sally was short
lived, liowcvtr, for Iho lines soon dosed up
again, cud the Roj;is were left masters of the
eituft'ion, so far as the suburbs of tbe town
lUULtftHU. '
Th. .ll....l..u -r , .
...vu.oiii.igcii ui musketry were li.ceesfint
uuiiuK uiu u.sj, out witn ceesauons in their ra
pidity at different intervals Bjth parties
cemed to be deficient In artillery, as there
were but K;w reports of c-.nncn beard dutine
Inn naif .
T"wrJ the close of the afternoon of yts
teroay it. Ifi and that a mine , .Tnhvt.,i in
one of the ttrcetJ, doing considerable damage
to the Rcjoa. Immediately after, a large smoke
wa nrtn to tUo from the town, which we be
lievo tr he the dwelling of Ycrdore Soles,
arlid'h a.,a Hrr.A km 1 1. . n -. , . '
me union ior siratpffio rea
sona. 6
The consular fligs uro flying over tho city in
winonuu, ouu umucg me nurtiocr we
u,y iit.".ice m:ir, oi too Un ted Staton. Whn
our bojs saw that, and when it was reported
f pi"ty u"dcr c,lrav"jl raided it, we
'.il 1VI. :,V Ulltini': Dat. I.finr. Il.-innnlann ..I.
down tho river bank and demanded an explana
tion f:om an effloer on tbe Mexican side, who
ftitcdtbf.t it was the fltg over the United
Stitea conenlar reaidence, and thf.t it vas reo
"fin!zed on the same ground that the Confeder
ate flirg was respected.
jugc uigeiow, late on the afternoon of yes
terday, obtained a Dassrort and riaito ih.
camp of Caravajal, wha-e he wss well received-
The lii-ht of tho burning hnmro . i.!.
bio on our Piij,: of tho rlrer at a lato hour last
ni"ht
It ia titst'd that considerable carnage bas
nken plaen on both oidca. and that thn Rnir
have applied to Llrutcnant-Colonl Bachel for
privilege to brhig their wonnded on this sido of
thn Rio Grande. Colonel Buchel. Main- f!n.
and other officers of Fort Brown, havo acted
with the greatest discretion during the continu
ance Of the Cnht. and SO far no hml hlrmrl h.ia
bees stirred up oa our Bide.
Both patties claim the chancea nf minrra. nt
the hour of going to press.
[Special Correspondence of Cincinnati Times.]
Form the Kanawha.
Camp Cox (Chahliston), Vs., Deo. 20
Eds. Timrs: There bas not been much of In-'
tcrest occunlng in this brigade since the bom
bardment of Camp Gauley, and routing of
Floyd's forces from Cotton Hill, until lent Hun.
day, the 15th, when we bad a review by Gen.
Lex an i staff. Darinc tho review. Gen. Cnx'
Aid, J W. Co.-ilne, red the ptoceedinea and
eatcKcts of a general court-martial. helJ at
Camp Tompkins, New River. It condemned
several to v.iriom pun sments. but tha one
which most interested the KeDtacky regiments,
ir.is in u v.uiui feriigneea rtienard t.itwnnd tn
uffur deiih. tlo was charged with desertion,
aud u?ii c thrta'enitit! lancuaco ta Miini- Hirt.
Leiper, of the First Kentucky Regiment. On
AlonJnT tbe unfortunuto man waa hrmirlit frnm
the j tit in Charleston, whore Lo was confined,
i he:r his fintpaoa read.
.
THE SENTENCE.
Tha repimciit was out on dreaa nands. when
he wiia cotuueted, by a strong guard, to the
nut., anu wnprA l.no aontpr.no araa raad
lie seemed much agitated during the reading
and frequently bad recourse tohia handkrrhlf:
as it enured him to weep. After tho reading
ho was conducted back again, aud pUoed in ihe
doomed cell of the Jail, there to remain until
Drougut loita to execution.
The Rev. John F. Wright, chaplain of our
regiment, was bis constant companion and snir-
I....I ..):.- c li .. ... .
ivuki uuvibur.. A-ruin mm iiearn inattbe young
nun had, up ta yesterday morning, thought he
would be granted a respite, if not reprieved, as
circular to that iffoct had been circulated and
received many signatures; even the men who
had Dten instrumental in causing the arrest,
i.u preierrea cuarge?, signed it: but to no ef.
feet. He gave up all hone ot life, and earlv
Thursday morning became calm, and seemed lo
leei tiie near approach to death. He prayed
iiiLs. icrveuuy ior iivine mercy ana pardon.
ths raoczesioN and thb zzicoticn.
The regiment was called out this morning on
drew parade, and the hour of execution read
threa o'clock, P. AI., Friday, the 20th inat. At
few minutes before tbe time, the Twelfth Ohio
Kefjimeut, quartered above Charleston, march
ed to this camp, followed by Geo. Cox and staff
ana tne r irat. Ubio Uavalry. The brigade form
ed threa sides of a hollow square. At a few
miiiutea afcer tbree, the ambulanoe with tbe
prisoner and his adviser arrived on the ground,
anu move to a spot in the cquare, where, aur
rounded by a stiong guard of fitly men, the
piidoncr alighted.
After placing the coffin and prisoner In the
proper position, a Equal ot six men, with their
raudktt previously loaded tbree blank and
three ball cartiidgca marched at a "trail."
and then stacked arm,'. The unfortunate man
was bliiidfoldtd, and his arms pinioned, pre
vious to ma leaving tne amouiance. Being led
hi-) coffin, he knelt and joined Air. Wright in
prayer. Alter a leave-taking with his friends
and former effleerc, he knelt on tbe coffin, and
Capt. Speuoer, Prjvost Marshal of Charleston,
made a eignal, and six men marohed to the
stack of arms, and each took their guns, end,
be raised his hand, they capped them; at an
other eignal, the waving of a handkerchief, 'he
guna were leveled at his breast. In that
assembly you oould have heard a whiscer, to
still were the men; a second Bignal, poor Dick
fell, piorced by three balls all close to his heart.
died without a struggle.
THE VICTIM.
When he was placed In bis cufflu tao entire
brigade marched patt tbe corpse, and bad a last
look at ono who had been but a short time be
foro one of Ihe gayest of their comrades, The
deceased waa a native oi Louisville, Ky., and
had wealthy and respectable connectiocs there.
His mother is the only parent now living. He
was a young man, t!l or 'i years or age, lull of
lite and mischief, but not violous, unless under
tbe infiuenoe of liquor. -1 heard him say, when
lite, that his tatner staited nim In business
buying blm bar on one of tbe lower river
packets.
WithEucua start, who can wonder at the
ending. Thore was for a while, some fears of
outbreak, but a more orderly concourse
could not have been brought together. Tho ex
ample will be lasting. An universal gloom per
vades the camp. Even the weather, which
heretofore bas been like Spring, seemed to as
sume as appearance suited to the occision.
Early this morning It clouded up, and there has
been a drizzling rain nearly all day. It has
ceased and Is now quite cold.
Tbe rt'RimntiH quartered here are well pro
vided witn tne aibiey tents aud stoves,' which
make quite oomforUble quarters. - - '
Tbero is a rumor mat we will leave this val
and go into a- winter oamtaicn. The offi
cers and members wish it ruuoh. I will let you
know if there is anything of ths kind.
ol
C. T. J.
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-, Broch Ronbaix Drsas ttoods; -'
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Alexander' Kid Olovei; '
' Core Trail tloeprktrt.. '
'.) "I i : Corsets. Hair Net, .
. Plaid Merino. - '
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cetlO . No. !9 South High Street.
1
THE
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THAT HAS
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And grow mere and nor popniar
every day!
And testimonial, new, and almost without number
might be given from ladies and gentlemen In sll grade,
of loolety, whose united UeUmony none oould resist,
that Prof. Waotl'.Hatr Restorative will .a.,. ik. a.i
and gray, and preserve the hatr of the youth to old aire.
In.llll.cm.llir.il ha.nta '
Battle Creek, U leh., Deo. Slit, 1858.
Paor. Wood: Thee wilt please accept a line to inform
thee that the hair on aur bead all felf .a over t..n.
years ago, caused by a complicated ehronlo dlseaae, it
tended with an eruption on the head. A continual
couree of suffering through life having nduoed ss to a
state of dependence, 1 have not been able to obtain stuff
for car.s. neither have I been able te do them up, In con
sequence of which my besd has suffered extremely from
oold. This Induced ms to pay Briggsfc Bodge, almost
the last cent I had on earth for a two dollar bottle of thy
Hair Restorative, about the first of August last. I hav
faithfully followed the dlrections,and the bald spot la now
oovered with hair thick and black, though short. It la
also coming In all over my head. Feeling confident
that another large bottle would restore ft entirely
and permanently, I feel anxious to perseverv In lu use,
and being desUtute of mean to purchase any more. I
would ak thee If the wouldst cot be willing to send me
an order on thine agont for a bottle, and receive to thy
self th scripture declaration "th reward Is to those
that areklndtothe widow and the fatherless "
Thy friend. . BUflaMNAH KIRBT.
Llgonler, Noble County, Indiana, Feb. tin, 1850
Puor. 0. J. Wood: Dear Sir: lo tbe latter part of
th year IBM, while attending the State and National
Law school of the State ot New York, my hair, from a
causa unknown to me, commenced falling off very rap
idly, so that In the short space of six months, the whole
upper part cr my scalp was almost entirely bereft of It
covering, and much of the remaining portion upon the
side and back part of siv besd snortlv attar namma .m.
so that you will not be surprised when I tell you that up
on my return to tbe State of Indiana, my more casual
acquaintances were not so much at a loss to iacovnr ii..
cauiie of the change In "my appearance, as my more inti
mate acquaintances were to leoogntie ue at all.
at once made application to the most skillful nhcai-
Clans In tha country, but, receiving no assurance from
them that my hair Wjuld a,;aln be restored, I was forced
to become reconciled to my fate, until, fortunately, in
the latter port of We year 1H57. vour Reatoratin waa ra-
commeoded to me by a druggist, as bel.ig the most relia
ble Uair Restorative tn use. I tried one bottle, and
found to my great satisfaction that It was producing the
desired effect, bince that time, I have used seven dol
lars' worth of your Restorative, and as a result, hare a
rich coat of very soft black hair, which no rnonev can
buy.
AS a mark of my eratltude for vour labor and skill In
the production of so wonileiful an article. 1 have recom
mended Its use to many ot my friends and acuu linuuccs.
wno, t am nappy to inform yea, are unni it widi like
effect. Very rpeetfiilly, yours,
A. M LATTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 144 Broadway, and sold by all Jealer. thronirh-
out the world.
The Restorative is put up in bottles of three ii-a- via:
large, medium, and small; the small hulls W a Dint, and
retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds at
least twenty per cent, more In proportion th.in the small,
and retails for two dollars a bottle; the large holds a
quart, 40 erocst. more in proportion aud retails for ti
a bottle.
O. J. WOOD At CO.. Pronrl.tora. tu Ri.aJ.ni. Vo-
T ?'k, and 114 Market Street, Kt Louis, lo.
And soldliy HUHKKTrf St SA jIUKL. Columlms. Ohli.
ted by all good Druggists aod Fancy Ooods Oea'crs
aprimaereowv.
PROP. WOOD'S
1T0MT11 CORDIAL
BLOOD REN0VAT08
ft, Is precisely wast ita name ludlcataa, fur, while
l?J Wasant to the tastu, it ia iwlrifyi oi. exhilarat-
rlilng, invigorating and strengthening tj tbe vital
powers, aod at the same lime tevivides, tein
Ivlstates, and renews ths Bioodinall its parity ana
r.tnus at once reafonas ana rna"i in system in
vulnerable to aU ickt oi'dttea. It is ths only
(preparation ever offered to the wor..t. so ehemi-
W sally and smllfully rombineJ as to be tbe oui
IP .wer'ul touio. and at the same time so perfjotly
. idapssd to, as to act In perieotaecirdauee wiih the:
Unas of natuie, and hence will lootAe the tcuukeU
k'Momach, and tone up the dlgtetive organs, and
thus allay all nervous aod other irritation. It I:
Jlpeneotly exhilarating, aod at tbe rurne time It it.
ffl composed entirely ot vegetable yet to eombinedi
jas to produce the mojtlh'jrou;h touiceQeot, with
M
out
fife;
uu. iiiuuui-iuB muj lujuriuue cimivqueucea. HUCu
la remedy bas long been felt to be a de.idcmluni in!
uicuiuai wunu, lur 11 neeus oo meiiioal still to
that debility follows all attacks uf disease, ami
proceeds anu indeed lays the system upeu .0 l!K
f 'insidious attacks of many of the most latal, such,!
y ior example, a. tne loiiowing: uontuuiptioo, lo
vdigestion. Dyspepsia, Loss of Auoetite Falntnew
Nervous Irritability, Neuralgia. Palpiutlouol Ihe
cj .ueart, ueiancuoiy, n ignt Bweau, Languor, Uiddi
C loess, Retention of, as well as Painful obstructed
too profuse, or too seant Menstruation, and fiii-
ing ot the Womb. These all deueud uuou zeneraJ
debility. This pure, healthy, tunic tiordisi audi
mood uenovaior is assure to ouieai the sua to
Irlse and set. There Is no mistake about it. But
thia Is not all. If the system Is weakened, we are
open 10 Dillons aiiACJis, the liver becomes torpid,
or worse diseased, the kidneys refute to perioral
their functions, and w are troubled wllh scalding!
and Incontinence of urine, or Involuntary dis
charge of tha same, pain in the baok. aide and be I
iween tha shoulders, exceedinelv liable to aliiiln
0
colds, coughs, and If unchecked, soon emaciation)
iouows, and uie patient goes down to a prumaturu
13
grave. But space will not allow us to enumerate;
uie many ins to wuien we are liable in a weakeueu.
condition of the system. But we will say, to this
Oordlal and Blood Renovator vou have a nsria-i I. .
safe, pleasaot and effectual remedy for loss
Appetite, Biuousness, FUtulenoe,weak aud
dtumaoh, Languor, Liver Complaint. Cbiile s-j.i
ifev.r, or any Bilious attack, Uo.tlveness, Aoidity!
it tne Btomacn, nervousness, fteuralgia, 1'al iita
tlonof the Ueart, Depression of Spirit, fnrei
9
Pimples ou th Pace, or any disease arisina from
mpur blood, such as Scrotula, Brysipela. Brou V
Ihiri. nn-.l. J . It 1 1, .11 .1 I
JClas of disease called tou.sle weakness, and td
iinumorated above. We will also say the tnveli-r Q
exposed to epldemios, ehaoge of oliiuate aud wat-.
ui.ia, vumku, uiuiuuiu ut nraiuiuK, idu an uiai
er, win ana it a pleaiHUt, sale aoa sure remoly, L
knd none ahniilii ...r tra.val with.iiil Unail.., V
try it, for we assure vou yon will find in It a mend.
indead, as well asa friend In need. All persoraoii
sedentary habits will find Ita perfect preventive oil A
as well as oure for those ailments to wbici they LJ
iiartlnn larlv amn.ail. Ilannn mint.lana..tiinl...t I
torneya, literary itntiemen.andladlea whoareni:
acousiowed to much outdoor exercise, will Uod ill
to their advantage to keep a bottle ooo.lautly on,
hand; aud, abore all, mothers, or thuw becomlou
isucn; win go through that most oauK'eroui ,eriou
ootoniywin.il their accustomed streogut, bui
saie anu iree from tne uioasaouaiiinents so prev
alenta-uong the female portion of the world tr
short, It ia Indeed a mother's cordial. Try it, 01J
and young; no longer run the risk or delay ; It wil,
lelieve and prove Itself emphatically a Kettora
ttve Cordial ani Blood Ktnoeatur.
3
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0. J WOOD. proprietor, 444 Broadway. (Jew
York, and 114 Marke l Street, St. Loui.ilo., an.
sold by ROBERTS St SAUUKL, Ooluuiou. Ohio
and all good Jrugita Price Una bullae
per Uottle. uiarch'A'-diii.weosrlT
(Hi EAT CUR E
DR. LELAND'a
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND-
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FfJK
Rheumatism, Goat and Nearaif ja,
AND A SERB CCRl FOR
Mercurial Diseases.
All
It Is a conveniently arranged Band, oontalsto. a med
icated compound, to b worn round th Waist, without
lujury to the moat delicate persons; no change In habit
living la required, and It entirely removes the dl
ease from the system, without producing tbe Injurious
elleot arising from Uie use o( powerful lottrnal medi
euies, which weaken and destroy the constitution, aod
live temporary relief only. Uy Uiis treatment, Ui mod
Icinal properties contained In the llaud come lo contact
with tbe blood and reach the disease, tbrouttb-the pore
of ths skin, effecting in every tnsuno a perfect cure,
aud restoring the part afflicted to a kealdiy condition.
'ibis Handiseisoamosipowenui anTt-anatcuaiAt agent,
and will entirely relieve the system frnm the pernn-iovt
effects of Mercury. Moderate eases eared is a r-w
dev.. and w are eonsuutly rectivmc testlmaaiala of its
efficacy In aggravated oases of loaig standing v
rate (S,vu, to be uaa oi vruggist gensrally, or cm
be sent by mall or express, with full dlree-lons for on,
to any part of tbe country - dimot -from in Prtnciull
Oflice, . .... . . ' . J :.r .
Ho. 400 BB0ADW1T. Tsw Xotk. ,
G. SMITH at CO., Sole rmprietors.
.- . Descriptive ClreuUreSout free. ...
J. SetlCKLLBR t BOM, DaomtsT. Auaim. No.
S. lilgu St., bet. Friend and Mound, Ooluubus, 0.
O A Kent Wanted liverywher.
mh2h lylsorlstp detw
Vi: SlITLISII HrillPGu e: I.OTI1
SHAWLS, lo new design t3 00 Valas i 00.
500 yard Super yiaio Dlaok bilk at l VO-Valu
tl atayard. "' ' - ' 1
French liertnoi, 69), tent Talue S7M oti a yard.
ii cent vain 1 1 oo a yard.
BAIN
SOS.
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Ho. n South High Street.

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