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Wants, For Sale, For
tli following rates: 1
fhitflr thuertfun, 10 renfi per lino, of 8 words,
In ftitonnrn, . ; i .: .
Wh UH(midl InMrtlnit, A ctnti per Iln.
No Jvtrtlwintnt limorlri fur Ittnt IIihd 20 conli.
IOR SlI.E -Desirable Town Prop-
J. erty A f.d Frnme Dwelling linn, on aniiiti
High flirw-t, llillnhurn, noMiniiithg (x room, with
wmMl-hoti, nniok li other outliitllilliifr, ifou.!
wfll, a t-liMlt-e vnr ty itf pf-niVd fruit tr, nml k,h"1
irnrln Bi.'t. W.'lt ultud lor tumll faintly. W ill be
Id t.t k Imrgiilu.
A). ply to 0. J. KCKLKT, ni.lr.burn.
T 0S1-II it CITE In H&llsboro,
J--" on the night nf the 2Vh f mat. n Siberian S-vtlrvet
Fnr0". Th flii'ler, will he suitul.ly rewarded by
leaving It at till nllW. lebwl
SM,i:-FAKM-A Great Bar-
-A Kurm of 101 nm-n. ntt inttfil In Sulcm Town
nil I li, lliuMuil ('mint)', Olifn; mi ncri'. .'ii-Mri.., ImUnni
In timlHr: twi luw,i ina (mufTii, two rm-lniKN, ami
plenty of wttT, roo1 mil, n Ic. Kuf mile at tho low
jirlro of per d'To, cinh. Apply to 8tinr.tr Joiiit-oii,
In HllNhnro, or Mr. II. (J. Hunt, No. (.7 Walnut 8t..
Cliirltititttt, Ohio Jimgftw'i-
WANTED -TO UEXT-.ln Ofllce In
V Morrow A JuliiifloiT Bnll.Mti. Tnqnlrnof
Jrinltttf MnltlMW .Hill MH.y.
7TKI -(.0l.l AMI SILVER -
ON K THOUSAND DOI.I.AIIS' Worth of old
O.H.I anil xileer I'lite will ,,y the CASH.' .1. W.
M HITK, flelitl.l, llillshuro, Ohto. Jnntwu
1 second hand Wood Stove, very heavy
bono, wood two tact long ; - wil able fur a Shop Ap
ply at ttit it Offl , ... 1l'r?1
WATi:i)-StratiRprs visiting the
County ftriit to took nvr tlm ml n nun 'of the
Vr.wn to Aim. wln-m an th priuc-ipM htinlni-HS mi J pro
fanKtmml mm, Hot. -In, Ac, of HUUIjortv
WAXTEI.--A good 1'nlon roan In
each townnliip of tlilft county to iiinke up a cinri
for thin ptuwr.
WANTED--You, If you desire to
nvt niore bHiiieM nml nivko money, to itttvertliie
In fit Nnw.
WANTED AGENTS 1--S10 A HAV
KASY MADK liy ii IMiik K.rmrnvlnc", t-nrd Hho,
tnprnptifl nml Stiitionorr. Our HIiilioiiHry l,icli'.t vx
crll. all iiMkts ; t:tali I'ttrkuirn cintnhii Pnpr, Knvcl
opffl, PMirlln, Pen., tor,, ntiil Jrwclfr worth a dollar at
r. tall. I'ru t nnlf :tll Vruln. Wi- ill ix-li.l AkciiIk I'Kl
fVrATiovr.Hr ISrKtira anl a 8if,vr.a WATfii for-17.
Wa alffo ihMIIi fiil-n(1l'l Fitccl Y.u riivfnurt iitnl Por
train, Mllnrv;niili I'rlnln, 4c, very imUr anil ul".
al.lo. Will li. I a tlnfa.iorlio.-nt i.f urn roa Jl r,.iio
that wilt iiiAima j.K. or a tio lot that ill -ll for
:m,.r over. Will Kiid aauiujc lul fur to tliaLwill aell
8rnd 'tamp r futalocna, Tirm, n.
II ASK I Nt. 4 lt).,:lil Uxrklliall Stroct, Xew T'irll.
nov'J.la l ltuao
WAKTEDBVYCRS FOR 20,000
r Worth 4 Rpariy-niaito CIiiIIiIiik. at I. 8.
MYEBa'. Plntoln, Biiijon. Vlollin, Dninin, Trimk,
llata, ShirlD, Drawrra, and Mull's Fliruinliing Oomls
generally, In jri'at vnrli-ty. novOtf
IORSALE-I'IANO-A Nf w 7 Octare
PUnn, of Hlhflf'H mAniifjirtur1, B .tlmori a flnt
tntrumut, wmrtnt t for A y;rn, with privllr(lf
eirhAtiKA- Will Ik Muld low for nmh, or a tfoixl Hort
tftktn iu purl p:inent. Apply to th KJItor of this
liillsbcrougb. Female College.
The Winter Term
OF THIS INSTITUTION will In-glu WKDNKSDAY,
Jniiu.trv 10 IHi.ii.
The ItilJ- IrtiililiiiK it ""t Hiir-irif(l bv nny In the
8 tut fur uii:ltitiTiuml Imhoiv nml -irvrntfiirr ot ttr
rAiigfitH'itt. It- bH'Hlion U,rntriio'i(il mot healtli
fitl. A full Aii'l i iiiiiM ttiit bonrl of t'-iwIitTr In All the
'Ivpfirtini-iitM will lit Rd-un!. 1 hi (b-bm of t li- itil I -Cotion
ociiticliow pn.vl.in i f. r. it U bi-li- ved tlott il will
ntf-r upon it career t in-n-ai-l iii-diliifHr tind pron
pri ity. 'I la N pciifpt f"i' boni tl mil t ni I l.'it arc nn lni
tofori. Kor fiii Mo-r p;.rtii-ulnrs nt'lr H H- v. 1 A V 1 1
i'OI'Uf.A N li. A. M , rrtblfiit. In rr- of .l.thn A.
iMi(h, K.. t'ifsiiJeut ot Tt Uttiy, llitlli.Jio, ( hi.
Estate of Shadrach Stafford. .
O l'ICK In lioi. by civi-li, lliul the sobrriher
tMfli thilv app'-iittftl iiimI tMn!iH(l rt K(Tiitor ol
rtttntoof ti.iilm h Stun .id. Intt til II ihiitiid -uiiii-
. Ohio, rlet iunt-.d. lnt'd J tn II, liJ).
itnlhn:t Ji.NA'UIAS WII.MAMS.
Estate of Philip Eothrock.
N0TICB l hcrnliy given, tint tlie anlivi lir has
teu duly niHtinli'd and ta'ilid aa Adniinislra
t.'r of tlir "'tali-of Philip Hmhrork. I itr of 1 1 i n Si lull t
Omililv, Ohio, drttasud. Dated .'anilary 1, HiM.
anl"v3 WM. P. tt'lliWAUT.
DAWSON'S MARBLE WORKS.
High St., a few doors North of Court House,
Persona vnntlm Tomhsfonea or
Moniiillelds itra fi.i.a-tiied that I Hin
acllfnK t lli-lii. III ni-iirly all raM-s, lit
the ranir prinr. an lliey . re iilil by
other Marhle Works In I hi. phire
t-fnre Ihr lt'.ir, and in ."inn raw
lower. Wtu runl. d un gn.d work uud
luat rial. .
trSill-f clion canranti ed 111 all rases.
llllllwro,Jau.2i, 1H..0. JOHN PAWdON.
. Estate of Alfred Cumberland.
yxr-OTTCK la lii-rehr given that ttw ubseriber ha.
im dnlv ai pointed mid .planned as AitiiiliiMira
t a-of the estate ot Alfred t:uliilirrliilid. Intent High
land fxaintr, Uhiu, deiH-a.ed. KaU d Ian. 21, IS' 0
Jai.i:i .IlillX IIAimy.
Estate of John Richards.
TOTH'E llier-by given Hint the snbserll er. bare
1 mi duly 'P"llili l at"! liliililli-a n nnniinieirn
tor. of tlie estate of , loll
County, Ohio, deceasi!.
Kirlinr.ls, bit ot lliuhluiid
Dated Jan. la. lii'l.
WM. till 'II A III)',
8AM' L KAVKlt
Dr. J. W. White,
OFFICE AT TUB 01,1)
h -4" Dental
Dr, WljlTKnmke. all
the Beat and Elneat
kind, of wurk now
niale by the 1'rofos.
SPIEGEL & K0LER,
n A VINO eetabllaVd a Brewery In the suburbs
lllllshorn, roiecllnlly In I. Tin their friend, and
th. public, that the4 r now prepared to supply retail
dealers, and all other., with a Tory .upei lor article
BEER AN D ALE,
by the Barrel, half-barrel, or quarter barrel.' ,
I'ubllc liatronage I. nullclled. "
We will pay tli. hin'iest nrnaket prion for any quant).
ty of good Bar ley i delivered at Hi" M,?ry-- ,
.Jan'll, tBH8. ., BflEUKL KOLER.'
MEAT MARKET CHANGED,
.iinu .n.e this rlute. the. .uhsurlher wl 1
t' i. T... miKlilV. W K1INK8HAV andVHIDiT
KVBN1N08, conimeiiclugat o'clot k, luslead of lu
ninruing, M heretofore
Ibis rrangeineut, wlUeODtluue uiilll rh feather,
palters' about "nmt.
Feb. 1, I860.
Jnharrlhara racalrlnn thrlr papar. with n "X"
i.arafMi ofnamiif, mair natnaa, will ntiiinnttan idm tne
lima tor which they bar. paid ha. expired.
THE IinmiND WEEKLY IVEHS
IS PUBMHIIED ttVERT TnUnRAT MORNING.
Ulnucwf Pahllnatlon, un Main street. ( of Uigh,np
Btalrturor th. Poat Ofllca.
Slnjrle copy, on. year .
" (l fl mnnths..aMMM H
" " 8 month
atPaymant Inrarlahly In Mvanra. No paper .ent
by mall lonftar than the tlma paid for.'Yv
rAn .xtraenpy will ba .ont ffratla, for arerj dob
ui iMiuimiiuviHM luvsintfcrMici,
. TOWN SUBSCRIBERS.
Tn flnburrlhflm ln flillshoro And vlrlnltv. thm Kr.w
will bo promptly dfiYirnci by tArrlnr. or At tb Pout
Office or nftlr of pnbltcAtlon, on th following tern.: ;
lit tnnrA,or within I month..., U2 no
At th end of A nioittht 9 W
At t hp end of the year 8 60
"A(lvAnct imynmnt prpfprrwl In all rane. Bub-
rrlbfr wit) be iiotined of the evplrailon nf their tlin
by a cross on ttmlr pApcnt, or by blllsenctosel.
1 N. B. Wda not (1lnntlnitA pApem tent toj .Town
Julmcrlber nntpsn speclAlly ordorrl to do to, nor until
AilrrpArARfneroAlri, An a nrrAl rule. A rnthireto
ordiTA dlnnonttmiAnce iNconntdered aa equivalent to
M. C. H. & C. R. R.
New Times Table, commencing Dec.
... 8 4n i
H. 3 2oP. M. Kl (XI P.M.
" 4 :7 " 11 (16 "
40 "' 11 47 "
Ar. at IIIIUlH.ro..
t.mve M.rtlnsvlllr 1110 12 17"
N. Vienna 11 2 " 12 M "
. " Leeshiirn 11 4s ' 12 M "
" Grn-nflvld ...12 19 " 1211A.M.
" Chillli othe 1 1.1 P. M. KB "
" llamdrn 2 U " 02
Athens 4 M " A 44 " :
Arrlvoat Ilflpre. 8 00 " 8 42"
Mara Tlelpra n 4A k. M. 7 00 p. m.
" Allien. 9 34 " KftB '
" llatlldet 11 22 " 11 42 "
t.'hlllleotlie 115 P.M. ' 127 am.
" flriynneli'. 2 13 "- 2 22 "
" l.er.l.iirir 2 0 ' 2 4 "
" N. Vienna 3 04 3 12 "
" Martinsville 3 22 3 29 "
" nianchestiT 3 .VI " S(4"
" l.ovi.liind 4 4.1 " 4 40 "
Arrive at Cim lnnaii 8 50 " 6 4.1 "
(140 a. m.
....... .7 on 44
7 18 44
7 4.1 '
........0 11 44
9 12 44
10 20 "
' 44 Illanrhester
Arrive at Cincinnati..
TO MAIL SUBSCRIBERS.
aSry- Wto hare made nn airanFrement with Postmasters,
to receiro money on subscription, so that person, who
wish to anhscrlbe, and anbsrriber. who wish tn renew,
ran pay at the ofTit-n whern they receive the pnper, if
they prefer to do so, rather than remit to n. dlroctly,
I i9 Money may be sent by mall aiour rinfc. If mailed
In presence of the yostmaster.
a0rliihscr!itlnhN recelved for 12. fl or 3 mnnlbs.
Are authorized and requested to act as
Agents for tho News, and receive and re
ceipt for money in our name.
A Call to the Benevolent.
Tho benevolent ladies of lrillshoro and
vicinity are invited to meet at the Kngine
House nt 3 I. M.,' Saturday, February 3d,
Titti Kkvivai. nt tho M. K. Church l
still -in progress, nml new members tiro
nightly ndded to tho church. May tno
good work go on, until ninny more resolve
to forsaTvo the error of their ways and sin
no more. ' -.
JT.fr Another interesting Ix-tter from. Mis
souri, from our popular correspondent, Mrs.
Saliie J. Glenn, will bo found In another
Machine Silk, uss'd colors, nt Morrow &
S.n Accident. A little girl about 4 or
5 years old, daughter of Mrs. Mink, resid
ing about a .mile south of town, was ho
badly burned by her clothes taking fire, on
Saturday last, that death ensued In a few
hours. Tho child had been left alone for a
few minutes, and is supposed to. have been
playing near the fire, when tho accident
A CoNTEMiTrniiE Act. Some one last
week sent us a notice of the marriage or,
Mr. Spicco to Miss Brockman, Which we
publislied, -supposing It to lie genuine, but
which turns outtp hnvo been a forgery .
Tho notice came to us by mail, dated Cin
cinnati, and was signed by "J. G.Stevens,"
an tlio naino of tho writer. Though not
knowing uy jierson of thnt name, we did
not suspect anything wrong, and were thus
led to irublislt the notice. Wo are not sure
that a person who would forge, a Marri
age notice would be. guilty of forging any
thing else, but we should feel justified in
regarding him witli suspicion. To sny tlio
lciutt.il-is a mean, cowardly and contempt!;
bio act, of which no truo gentleman (or
lady) would be guilty ; and It we can dis
cover the name of the perpetrator in this
instance, wo shall vndoavor to give him
little moro notoriety than 'will perhups be
agreeable to his feelings.
Head Nets, nt Morrow it Johnson's.
F.Aiti.Y History ok thb CouNTY.-rvWe
shnll commence the series of articles on
tills subject, promised, in our Frospectus, as
soon ns we can arrange the materials for
publication probably in a fow weeks.
We respectfully solicit th old citizens or
tlio county to tsornvnonlcat to us any rocis
nnaaeMskin. bearinir on the luDJfti,
B...1 aiiv document connected with i4y
times which may bo of Interest to the irb-
11c, or aid us In compiling our articles.
We will take good care of all sucn papers.
and return them In good ordor to parries
who may kindly favor un with their use,
M. A C. R. It. The earnings of this road
for 1803 were 1, 222,017 4U, being. n in
crease of flp5,f8l 71 over tho preceding
year. .-iv. ,... -.
,TU0r earnings for the first week in Jan
uary were $2:1,130, an Inoreaso of $1,88
over be oorreBpondlng week in 1805.
Nino-tenths ' of the earnings were from
local .businesa along the line of the road,
showing that it is the true policy to
courage tut' local inutend of tho through
I HDT.7rTEn8' REtlEF Frjjto. Tlio Inflt allot
ment of this Fund Jsiiiow remly ftir. tlltrU
tuition to the Trust, of the wverl Towr.
ul.l. aV . i a ........ ,
t. ri v .t.im-mcu tontliu tne IWlOs.
If Auditor's Oflloe and gt their order for
the unmet , :
Hitford Mau, We learn thnt a petition
to the P. O. Ivpartrncnt in in circulation, to
chanfro the mail route Imtwccn WilllnniH
burg and New fnrket, no aa to make Itilla
boro the terminus of the route, ItiBtead of
New Market. The Buford mall would
thou come direct to Hlllnboro via Danville,
throe times a week, and return on the al
ternate days, The people of that part of
the county would be groatly acoommadated
by tho proposed change, which would In
volva but little additional expense for tho
hin.il sorvlco. Tapers and letters from
Hillsboro would then rench Huford on
Thursday, which now lay over at New
Market until Saturday. Wo' hope the
change will be made.
Attempted ftTtnER and ifoniiERv.
The Clinton County Republican of last
Trldjiy says that an -ocoentrlo old man
named Crone, living l.y himself in a cdblh
on the roadside, between Martinsville and
New Vienna, In that county, waa nttaekod
in his house one evening last week by a
couple of ruffians, one of whom shot him
with a pUtol, but the ball . struck and
glanced on a rib, which saved his life.
The old man fought so hard, and made
such an outcry that the villains got alarmed
and fled,-leaving one of their revolvers on
tho floor. i :
It is supposed they intended to rob tho
old man, as he was known to have money.
Two Ruspieiotis persons were arrested
and examined before Ksq. Tail, at Martins
ville, but tho evidence against them was
deemed too slight to justify their detention,
and they were discharged. . Mr. Crone was
not dangerously hurt. ' ' ' ' '
Gents" Neck Ties, at Morrow & Joiinson's.
Isiim aei. Pai.meu, a colored man, was
committed to the Clinton County jail,
week before last, in default of $5,000 bail,
to await Ills trial for tho murder of W. D.
Ijitng, In Wilmington. Four other col
ored men, nrrested on suspicion of being
concernod In tho murder, were discharged,
no evidence appearing against them.
Deli. A Marlay's New Foundry. By
their advertisements in this week's News,
it will bo seen that Messrs. Boll & Mnrloy
have their New Foundry in full operation
and are now prepared to furnish Flows,
Flow Toiiits, Sugar Kettles, Church and
Farm Bells, and all other articles in their
line. ' Cull and see them.'
Bcninesh Change. Among the bust
ness changes of tho new year, we notice
that our friend, Mr. II. F. Clayton, t
well-known and rxptiJiir Grocer, of ffic
firms of 1). Miller it Co. and Miller it
Kvuns, lias bought out tho interest of Mr.
Kvans, nnd will hereafter carry m the
business in his own name. ' His Curd will
be found in our advertising columns this
week. ' ..
Ijidies' Neck Ties, at Morrow A Johnson's.
Our friend, Corporal James l'ike, Is in
Washington, Ftiyette County, selling his
book, " Tho Scout nnd Banger," and is
meeting witli good success.
Anti-House Thikk Society. Our
Greenfield neighbors have formed n Society
to protect themselves ugainst horsestealing.
Mn. J. .'. Small has opened a Commerci
al College in Smart's Block, Greenfield.. .
The Ladies of tho O. S. Presbyterian
hurch in Greenfield, gave a Festival for
tho beiiefit :ofMhe poor, last 'niursdayeven'
ing. rir,Wo would call attention to tho
advertisement of Ilnskins fe Co., in our
Wants " column. They want Agents to
sell fine Steel Engravings, and offer grout
inducements ; they' are ah old established
house, nnd -linve the reputation of dealing
promptly and honestly with their custom
ers. Jinny or our young 'men may una n
cry profitable to employ their spare time
In selling for them.
We call attention to tho advertisement
of the Duplex Elliptic or Donblo Spring
Skirt. Though a recent invention, it hns
becomo very popular, nnd Is ropidly ob
taining the preference over otlkcr kinds in
wit Tim rods In it are com nosed ench of
torn, rl..lt,t - and well-temiiered steel
sprintrs, which are ingeniously braided to-!
gether edge to 'edge, tho lower rods heavier,
and having double covering. Tills pe
culiarity of construction makes this ukirt
very1 strong and durable, and also so ex
ceedingly flexible that It rapidly adapts it
self to tho form of tho wearer, and allows
of any amount of doubling and crushing
without injury to its shaiio. These skirts
are unquestionably the lightest, inost de
sirable, comfortable and econonilcnl ever
made. Those are advantages which ladles,
who have experienced tho discomfort and
Inoonvenienco of single springs, will duly
Dress Buttons, at Morrow A Johnson's.
Franklin Collkok. the citizens of
Wilmington, Clinton county, have sub
scribed $20,000 for the purposo of securing
the location of Franklin College iu that
town. Tlio Trustees of tho College have
accepted the subscription, and will pro
coed at once to erect suitable buildings.
Franklin Collego, we believe, is a institution
for the education of colored people,
and has heretofore been located at Albany,
Athens county, i .id..
State AaiticrivruBAi. Collkoe. The
people of Wooster are trying to raise $100
000, to secure the location of the State Ag
ricultural Collego in that place, and have
sueceedod in obtaining nearly the whole
amount. . v s- ; '
Gents.' l ine JJnen lld'kfb., at Morrow
Johnson's. i - j
The statement of U migration tyrn.
nt Columbus shows that 15,140 enilgruhU
passed that point in 1806, over two-thirds
in-, nearly e.,ual.y divided
between Ohio and MiHsourl,
of them bel
NEW LEXINGTON, Jan. 24th, 1866.
Mb, BoArtDMAN i Your correspondent
has been patiently" waiting for some time
for pQmethlng tragical , to occur, that he
might have tllo pleasure of giving you h
sensation',' but tho cltlwms of our staid llt
tlo town and Vicinity seem so positively
determined to mind tlioir business and
not si toot each other, or "smash a nigger,"
or run off with Uielr neighbors wives, that
I rpally fear a fumlno of gossip is ap
proaching. ' '
A few flays slntse iwo yonng men from
this section were 'rested upon a charge
of roblwry, and w'e w.ero all on the alert
for startling developments, bat t the joy
of tho, suspected youths and Uio dlsap
IKtlntment of the public, they: wore dis
charged, having proved. an nlilri. ' . ,
Since the. return ot peace a pew spirit
of oi)trTri' fmuiv to bo iafuried intoovni
.... '..'. i I
citiJieng; trtlfkejnna. IntUihtrf are rant fall
ing Into the regular channels, ami the en
ergy and greenbacks thnt were expended In
defence of tho national Integrity (liirliifr
tho w'rVilVnow lMM-mpfcytAl In tmoreve-
meht and oflunrlioti.
'We have In this place an excellent
School, as indeed Is. tho, . case in every
School District in our township, and If the
"young ideas" don't learn "how to shoot,"
it eertifiiiiy won't IW T'fHNiiint xf g6d
Schools. ' T . -..J ii.
We stand In less need, porhors, of a
" Temperance ReformtUion " than our
neiglilMrlug villages, yet wo might Iks
Hliflhtly "reformed" without danger to the
pnbflrJ' 'iSrtJrrfls.A In twlditkm-' 'to our JHff
Stare, wo huve two other places where the
"critter" is sold, "not to be drank on the
premises." Now. ivUiskry. .drmkUitfJn any
form is a detestable tee, but If tftero is
any thing required to make it Inexpressi
bly lonthesome, it is the habit so finli toll
able novwdavs of jbnyJug monn wrrlskv,
paying a Mglj prit-t' for p, hiding ft lit tile
Htjtlile loft or cellar, then stealing it out and
getting drunk on Sunday.
With a promise to inform yon immedi
ately ir anytmng. "turtyi nn,'' wjittiiotio
Dress Trlinniings, at Morrow A Johnson's,
Paint Tp. Items.
PAINT TP., Jan. 26th, 1866.
Mb. EniToni-Evils, liVe.. certain dutr
eases, break out periodically in the form
of an' opMirio,'HMl..the Htof powerful K
forts of the most skillful physicians are
requiretl to rlie;k its ravages1.,'
Paint Township, (and esjiecinlly New
Petersburg, and vicinitv,) Is sifferingjust
now frotn an opideuiic qntfiireak oX.lnlciiv-
livfahct, with all its concomitant 'train 6f
evils. AinoiiA- it vjotittis i.re muny or our
best young men : men who out for this
ng wquld be useful and ornumon
bers of ifticietT.' ' '
tnl members of s-ocietr.
Itulnsboro, usually a very tjuiet phvee,
waiyieiiked a few nlght$igo-liyi'a dhiidten
rubble, and whilo the voice of supplica
tion was going up from the altars of the
t-liuri-h, the night -vyHhout was made hide
ous by their yells and curses,
Befhrin is' needed, nnd with thnoonr.
aging repprtft, we have frpm other parts of
the counfy to ''stimulate us to hctionfV'e
ore culpable indeed if wo neglect this
much ieeded work. (Grny-hairod purents
are going idrtwn 'in sorrow,- to tli grtivo,
mourning the follies of an Inebriate son.
Children are daily becoming vitiated by
.being brought In cohflict with such de
bauchery, tytiety -is, piado to.sutler aud .(t
tliousnnd eloViueht voice's atiiieaf to' lis to
use every iticnus y U'wii-iiur pjiwer to put
a stop to this crying evil.
In Now Boston, :wo loiirn,. a powerful
revival of religion is in progress. This
Khould rejoico tho heart of every, moral
und religioUHly inclined jiersort, and-our
mil led prayers shoi'ild be that a like re
form might -bo-experienced lrrvery part
of tho Township,: as this is' the most -,cfi
fectual remod.V ; tjhnt ef5be npplied to In
temperance, ns well na every other spocics
of wrong. ' " '
Wo bt'ileve, Jjiowt-er, thdt "a" Spnclifiyf
fort4 for A VVihpcfrbi'V! reform Is needed,
nnd wo )iop-wim jt6 .'"( the imivjMitejit set
Macliiii,i'V''flle8,1it Morrow JphuSotiV.
Clay Township Items.
BUFORD, Jan. 27th, 1866.
Bev. Mr. McTKimUl, of tho.M. K. Church,
biw been luborinft fu-lthfijUy and zealously
in Buford, for the good of th people; in
and about tho vicinity of this place, for two
weeks, past-. ,',Eiu;Ji night, there, Is a good at
tendance, an(V"order is being observed liy
nil.. Numbers, linve united with ... tho
Clinrch, and it is believed thert 'will, be'
great good done, through tjie instrumentali
ty OI Hie IIIlIIIHier, Wllliejo iiwu. npjrants w
be drawn out after the "welfufg .of the
church; so much that he does' riot consult
his physical strength, by laboring so dili
gently, day.aud night, j, , ;r
U6 hi .'tlw henrty co-operaUou- of, tbe
churcli, antl the'work' of the Iird is once
mora flourWiingi after.'.fonr long years of
war ajid blood-ttljod. j' Biit may the jilnst
imr. the witiierinK, the devastating, influ-
. . . I j I' 11 . . .
enco wlut-n ,pa, rinrKcnea our tuna, tie
wiped from our notion b.vhe'hand of eh-
livlon, uuilihp pronmlgution of-tlo Uospel!
Cash Covontry Filling,;. ut Morrow A
i I ; .
I ' .-' . . ...;:t
LYNCHBURG, Jan. 30, 1866.
Tlio' quiet""of our village was disturbed
lust Sabbath afternoon by -the cry of fire,
when it was aeon- dinoo'veaed that the M. E.
Church wan. burning, but by th uhIU)ia.f-
forts of our oitrgeiisiind' Wi roof being
coveretl with snow, the flames were sooiij
extlnguishod,;Tie nrenan origlnatearroiu
tlu stove-nue unove tlie celling,. antl com.
munlcatod' with some of thtr timbers and
dry lumbttr 'iii tho garxut and wan spread
lug rapidly V and in u. Vory few tuluiitetj
would have acquired sulllcient hold, to havt
been ' iiooijtrilable.: ;There huxj iieon
prenclriifg .irt tho ohuroh that- day, fief
i,i wtiich -the congregation had
' ; ! rogrd
Are. - 1'lib loss, I tliink. Is' not very so
-y' i '.; ' y' ' : ; ' '; ' ;
Thtl health "of 4ur tbtm and neighbor
Is remarkably good at the present,
and has been for several months. We
have three exoi-llent rhgiieians hr-ro, bnli I
thltik they are not kept very thronged nt
present, In their profession ; and although
wish them stirrnts as my friends, yet I am
glad tar lctn-ivthat there Is but little slcknew
riiir midst, and hone that our communi
.will continue to retain that degree of'
general health of Which we can so Justly
boast during the past sonnon.
I am glad, Mr. Boardman, that ot her cor
respondenU are falling Into line, and that
will not have to plod my way alone; but
fttlm men so well posted in their respective
TowTfshiptf a your Jackson and Solum cor
respondenM, we will get items of news from
time totinio frotn all part of the county,
thnt will Interest your reader. J hope your
"Mill" will In-"responded tYhfrom very Tp.
Ijulles' Jt'oyars nd Cuffs, at Morrow A
Jpimson s. r -
L rrr -Wi
f itank liEsi.iK's Lady's MaoaxiA Tot
FelrflSfy is an attractive number. ''This
Magaaino Is a recognl7d authority in all
matters of Fashion and the Toilet, and Is
abso a very entertaining miscellany of light
literature, illustrated with numerous fine
engravings. The colored lithographs In
January and February numbers are
novel feature In mngar.ino illustrations.
and we think are moro effective than steel
engravings. Terms $.1.5d a year. Address
Frank Leslie, 537 Pearl st. New York;
.MArv-DEttonEST's Monthly Mi niton ok
Fashions for February is received. It is
devoted chiefly to the Fashions for Ladies
and Childrerf, and is no doubt a valuable
and reliTlble work for practical dress ma
kers, and Indies who do their own needle
work. Terms $3n year. Every sulcrilier
geta a Vrci-jtiitn of two fine steel enirrav-
ings, or$Z worth of dress patterns. Ad
dress W. J. Demorest. 473 Droadwav.
The Lady's Friend forFebrnary Is also
received, This is a good Mngazino and is
steadlty gnlnihg in public favor. Terms
yoir.. Add reus Deacon & Tetersoii,
IliiladelphU. ' . ': " '
Oents.' Gloves, at Morrow t Johnson's!
i . ,., .- ; ; . ' :
Iu a recent lecture at Buffiiltij New
York, Henry Ward Beeeher saia :
t "Tho time for nrrifty Jias eonje, anl
no ii fire j l1opti tliould 1)e;shwl, mi
there lno neetl pf a,inJIctive policy
now t6r'prove;. to the world, what "the
desolation arid ruin in the South has
already proved, that treason is dilinn
alile nnit loadjy. RAther lit us say,
forj-irt, orgi'e,,jrthan s!uy,' slay.' "
j .St.. w
State News Items.
It is stated that tho Trustees of the Ohio
Military Academy are. negot iating for the
splendid building and grounds of the Ohio
"Female College at College Hill, hear Cin
cinnati, fSthe'rnl Scarhmon has accepted
tb,e Presidency of tho Academy. ;
The two Methodist churches'ln ' Marietta
have opened the Centenary year with a
subscription of $2,200, and proniiso to
mak? it ?3,0O0. A good beginning.
A young lady in Westboro' was married
thanksgiving day to a returned soldier
whom she hud never seen lieforo, the court
ship having lieen conducted by letter. On
following morning sho put on her
cloak and - bonnet and ran uwiiy, and has
not bincc returned.
I-didles ' Gloves, nt Morrow A Johnson's.
Freed iiicu'h IntelliKenec Oflloe.
The Freedmen's Intellijreiu'e Orliees
the South and Southwest have
proved a complete success. General
Sway no, Assistant Commissioner for
Alabama, reports to (Jen. Howard,
that thousands of negroes have been
furnished. with employment through
44Life h tilt but shadow.. Bare a promise given,
Whit h lights the future with a fadeless ray :
O, toiteh the sceptre. ,4
Usu Dr. D. II. Seelre's LIQUID CATARRH REMK-
BrJ alid you will be able to Join In the universal cow
ueiiuailuu oi tni. iruiy invaiiuute specmc.
Dr. Tacker's Appointments
From Jan. 2 to June 1, 1866.
HI LL8BORO F.HIcott Hnnw., Jan. Slat' aud 22d
March Hd. April llilh and June 1st.
UUKKNFIELD liariwr House, Jan. lth, and till
the ear. go west neat day. March 1st, afternoon and
next day till the ears no west. April lnth. afternoon
and till oar. go west nut day. May oUth, and till car.
go west next (lay.
WASIItNOTOK Wilson House, Jan. Bill, and re.
main till nooa ot the lath, reb. iitith aud remain till
nuun uf jUd, .April zd, and remain till uuou of tin;., lb
may zz i, ana icrnaiu .in iio,ii ui .1111,
DR. TUt'KKK la ao. irauKer lu tbiaoonnty, having
ia ted the above place, for aiauy yer..'Hls skill ana
arxe eximrleuce. hi. well km.wu .iioeoa. an-l hourat,le
dealing, Is all that t. neoesriry to anggesf to those who
need luwllral wlvioe. Dr. I l l r. IK treat, i hroiile Ji
ease, on a Na nriaclple wtih N$ reined ie. t'onsump.
tiuu In tlie nrst atage, jneaoauis, inj.jjai, nieaes,M
th Llv, r, Kl loeys. Bowel, and Skin, are treated with
th most marked .acceaa. Also, borolula, BheuBiatiun
id Chronic diseases of every eort.
Mv Practice, a Huok ot .U pnges, oirea topntlrnta.1
All are cordially luviled tucall'ind be exuiMiNcdrre.
The Markets. Hillsboro Produce and Grocery Market.
HILLSBORO, Jan. 31, 1866.
rionrhbl.ret.lv. lftalS 2SDrld Apple, lb, v- al'JU
Wh..t. white ..1,1. 1 h.SaI IKi 44 Pee, tie.. IT. 2i
, red. 44 1 t.'hii auism., v. ., . ii
red A wKl al 'Shoulder, 4 ll.i'3i
Horn. altlSlde.. lhiiz.
Ilt.. aia.e.uaru, , .wir
Rri-w. fai.u. nnaar. i'ia
II... ton. aatNlCuftee. S.'KiA
Olov.r Bee. knsh,. T WaSasiII. O.Molawea ii. at
Tlmnlh, Heed Lu. 1 &( IS lSurallUU 44 ''
Butter, m. anaziiea, . m
gge.dos, 18 Klce.lb,
Cheese, aWOandles, ,,,,,
Fcath.rs.m., aouw nil. r ten, 7 nui,
uikii. n.ns. bn. laXiaiMackerel.Vibbl.Not
Potatoei.bu.h. tVialuOWood.oord, S6ua4Un
Weekly Review of the Cincinnati Market
Weekly Review of the Cincinnati Market For the Week ending TUESDAY EVENING, Jan. 30, 1866
Wheat, red, old, J H0a2 1RFeather.,lh, M.t.O
.. D.W, I l"WI e,UUS, ur,,v. ,,im,.
vtit.ii. .1.1 a Sited MIReeve..ewt.ltrnss. -taHffl.
Oorn, ftnaoosngar, rt.n .m, ia-,a
Oat., new ' iwiv'wiiiww, , i ,. v
n.rl.. nelm. Valt. t Mlal SdMarkeret, No 1,1,1, ill 5(1.21
Hay, bale, ton, . .al wiWhlte Fi.h.U bbl, y as
;...' ..Jj k . .7 RAOonee.Hto. lb W1
Timothy Seed. S a4 OUCandles, coiuttioa. t lHalO
...-u'j ... U,a...n rnmmni, Ih . lllUairtl..
Annie., ereen.bbl 4UaT AtlCoal layard. ba. )HaV
' 1 ' . . . . ..... i , - , . t
Potato, brL SMaltSnLard oil.alo.l, ; 1 "("
.. . . A IUU-I Ytilnall -fall ' 1 - 4 11
Flour(Bnriiiii i .
n.. U..1I PK nirarJtRMOB HaVIHI.Br.
I !JJ3IIl4tos5iai'a'" m" ' V?4"
jHM K,.ML.d 0.
zuiieBa riSiS.i. mo .-..,
Wool, lb, waamt 4
K465 tallow. iul.tl uiau-tHU
J. M, IIIESXAND. . J. REED.
' '"...':'isi J . s.
Hicstand & Rccd,
NEW A S II
.IT TI3 OVtt AT.J.VB
J A'iTI CS DILL,
Maiix. St.. . Opposite
' -. r ,
. Court House,
H.I YE llT
. 1 . . .
DRY GO 0 D S
O F U I JB R I; S T V Z. -E,
BOOTS AND Sn0E3,
IIAT3 AND CAPS,
ALL OP YJHiCH WILL BE SOLD
: . .i.' m t-
AS LOW FOR C A S H
AS AT ANY OTIlClt HOfSC.
CALL AXD EXAMIXE FOJt YOURSELVES.
.: ; :.i ...... .. ' S . ; i . ; .
IHII.Isiro, Pee. S", 1KB5, r '
T. F. GARDNER,
.'" ' WITH . ...
O. & W. HMIO.V,
0 Ifltiin Slrtrl. nn StiilrA.
BKTW'EliN I'KART, AND THIRD STRKfi'
Dr. B, V. HOGJILAND,
" 'Thysloiau and Surgeon,
OrFtnitii'8TAinr-nvii Da. OrTttaia'a Datio fToar,
VMS DOOB OOVTII or JORMEB Ot MAIN ft IIIUH ST.., -
' ' HILLHBOHO. OHIO.
Resid,nce on Walnut St.. nearly oniMMlta iLh Female
"Special attention pnld tn Diseases of the Ilrart
ami Liunita, lu wnirn ur ll ha bail sertsrul year.' al
lien,. nee in the Aew y ora Hospitals.
- unice bouts from 8 to V A.M., and 1 to 2 P. M
. , . - - . - , ""vltiyl?
David Noble, M. D.
A VI NO deebb-d to resume the practice of Medicine
I and Surirery.hits opened an Odice on lllirh Street.
opposite to the Marblo Hho of I4, llarsha, lu the town
of HlllHliom, Ohio.
OIHce hour. frum'7 tat A. SI. 13 to 2 I'. M .and Iroui
7 to ll P. Jl.
N. B. Partictilar attention eh'en to Snrixlcnl cases,
ami the treatment ul Ulirimtc Dlseaaes, novSihll.l
JOB E. STEVENSON. SAM L. M. VENN,
Stevenson. ftt Feun.,
JiTTOR.Viir'S af-T iLaf If,
BelVttt Budding, No. 17 12 West Third
' Street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
For Cheap Saddles, Harness &c
., . CO TO
ill add ox fc IXro.
1GU Htreot, a few diMim noutti nf Kxprt'M 0fflc
A utMul bhOMrlnieut uu litiml, At low irUm. Wt
i im.i.ir.oitirj tu.ut-iir jn Hiiuri uotto. Uive nt
I.' KfpiMnntc dime rompily. -
Hill-lruro, Nov. f. M A DlUX A BItC
niiTZT . . - t . -...
TtlE lUIUAL AMERICAN,
37i motl Elegant, the. Chenpnt and the
JSt AgricuUural, Horticultural, and
General family t aper tn the United
Stdteit - OrntuifiA-'XH CIiiire Grape
v'uif, Strauihert p.l''nfi and Elegant
Engravings, to the value of Sulitcrip
' li1tJi rrice.ten t free to every tuLtcriber III
This popular rural paiier, published on the l.t and
Uth nf ent-h month at tltlca, N. Y., at 91.611 a ..ear, te
now greatly enlarged and Improved, au,l equal lu slae
and value of content, toiny other similar ptrhllcatton
iu. till, country. ludeed, un i.'lbet paper of the kind
can be compared' with il. hs iWWreal value and Interest
altached to its contents: and it Is decidedly ahead ol
4tttliing 01 the MiKlevor puiiiisiien.
The ItvaAL A MKitti'AN I. not a loegl paper, hut Just a.
valuable iu New- 'Kugmnd, the Western, and other
MleW. as In tno Stale of New lork. lie circulation
turner tan tb it .'(iry'iilier paper,' onl of 4 lie cityor
New Tork. Volume X will coninienc Jniitirtry 1, ltulA.
The lortll 1 a tery large IpH I "if IW'te , coiiIhIii
is doliliie tlie raailiug matter. Ihal can lie Cot. id in auv
vtlinr sifilrpiibli,'.ion on every .ubject of ini.rast
tanners, mill-growers, vgnilN'-growt-ra in pariii-uiar,)
stick -raisers, gadenuya, aw.kep"ra, poultry .breesl.
Till, elegant paer ,1. Illustrated with anma nf th
If 1 moat eosl.lv ;aMi tiie., that money and art dan pnalni'es
Otil reading, which In Interest, has never been equaled
ini I mis coJiiLtry. . kvi hrhf, th Iturul American ts now
luttted, universally, to be the nuaU Practical and He.
liable Agricnltiiral and Horticultural publication
taut, fcyery eitbecrll er receives the full value of tb
paper I Choice Unipo Vines, Mrawla-rry Plants,
tine Ei, graving., worth f'i eai-lr, and all subscribers
letll k remit rhelr money before Dec tuber lo,
volume for IHiio
.FREE FROM THK TIME TUET SUBSCRIBE
loth closoof the present
the clo.0 of the present year.
Tue xilcultiiral edrtorof th Pblladelidila Satnrda
Evening Poet (an entire stranger) In Congratulating
until appoaranva if my new aiier, writes: 44My oiu
loa l, mat yen navo isaueu me nest journal -an poiuta
considered h,r the pruci leal Working tanner, that
have eyar luul Ui lite UwiWid Matra, or any where
1 llkeiu gwauraiiaMsy p better than that of any paier
I have ever souu. Thee ar my bouest
sentiment.44 .f 1
AgeuU are every where wanted to. gel up Club,
receive magnlncetit Premium In .Vlnea, piauts.
gmvings,i.ii,,ini-en., lusgaaiue., vteeaty newe
Kuieiiiso th. Huas), A a saii sa seat free
r Addf-siil'. U.'lllfiEat.Ultiilou,
It 1 -i - ,
OnetdaJ 1m sal. I. - " '"'I'1
" ' .-, c '''" ' ' " V"-'
UREAT ENCLISH. REMEUT.
BIB JAkttg'cfcARIl'84' "'! '
Celebrated Female Pill. -
l-vlruin rrrwerfaar to Of Qaers, . ,
This IrVralnatde medicine 1. nnMllna Is the on re of
tflf lh (mlnrnl anfl tfanmron. disease, to which the
female rnnstltnlinn t. subject. It moderate, all ezeeea ''
and remote. fl ottrnctlon., and speedy cure may k
relied ch. .. . i .... . ..
TO MARRIED LADIES -.:. '''
1. er.,lHy suited. ,It will. In abort thrtft, ttrtet
on the nion l bly period with refnilarlty. .
Earh botrie. price One Dollar, heart the Oovernmenf) "
Stm-p af flrent Britnln to rerent counterfeit.. .
In all Cases of Nervon and Frdnal Affection. Tain
In the tla. tr Kud I.tmba, ratlgne on .llghl eiertloa
Pal.ltallon of the Heart, Hysteric and White; tlieeo
Pill, will effect a cure wbeo alt oilier neuDkhare faJInd.
and althnnirn a powefuf remedy, do not contain Ire a
oalnaiel, antimony, or anythfig hurtful to lb .ea.tltir.. i
l,nn- , 't
Full direction. In the pamphlet aronnd aaob pack-
ago, which should be carefully preserved.
"..-', -SOLD BY ALL DBC0OI8TS.
fiole AVnt It the United State, and Canada,
JOB MOSES, 7 Cortlandt St., New tork.' '
. N. B ll.dO and fnaitaire .tsmp. enolesed lo aay
asitiioriard Agent, will Insure a bottle, contaUiIng M '
Pllla.by return mall.'1 -ii,-.
Fotaaleby ' I.J.BttOWN,
aK3yt . , . Illlliboro, 0.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
The Original Mrdklne established In 18.17, and flrat ar
tlt-le of the kind ever Introduced nnder the name
4'l,l'LM0NI0 WAFERS," In this or any other conn
try; all other Pulmonic Wafers are counterfeit.. Tha
genuine ran bo known by the name DBYAN being
.latusxl on each WAFEK. ' . 1
BltYAN'S Pl'LMOKIC WAFERS .
Rrlievo Couirlis, Colds, Sore Threats, HoaraeneM. ,
BRYAN'S PCLMOMC WAFERS
Relicre Asthma, Bronrhltia, Dimrult Breathing.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Believe Hplttlnr of Blnod, Pain, to the Chest. .
BIIYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Rffllcre Ini-lplcnt Consumption, Lnng PiftutM.
' - BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Believe irritation of the Urnla and ton.Ha.
Bit VAN'S PULMONIC, WAFERS
Rclb ve the ahnve Complaint. In ten mtnntea.
: BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
Are a blessing- to all Claaae. and Con.tUntlona.
1 BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFEKS
Are adapted lor Vocalists and Public Speaker. :
. BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
, Are iu simple form and pleasant to tha taata.
. ' BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
only relieve, bnt effecfrapldjand lasting oorof.
BRYAN'S PULMOKTC WAFERS
Ar warranted to give satisfaction to Trr ooe.
Ho femlly should be without box of
. BHTAN'S PULMONIC WAFEB3 .
In the house.
No traveler should be wlthont a supply of
i . BRYAN'S PULMONIC.WAFIBa
t . ia bis pocket.
No neeon will ever object to give fbf
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFE1U
Sold by alt Druggists.
ole Proprietor, JOB MOSES,
- ' 27.0ortlandt St., New Tork.
For Ml by . : : j, j. BB0WN,
wg-tyl . HiH.boro.0-
Div MARSH ALL'S
This Snuff h.s thoronglily proved Itwlf lo be th bait :
article known for curing the CATARRH, COLD Id tb
HKADand HKADACHE, It ha been found an sxcel.
lent remedy In many ae of 80RE EYES. LEAF
NESS bawea removed by It, aud HEARING ha ue .
tieen grently improved liy it. use.
It t. fragrant and agreeable, and
Gives Immediate Relief
to the dull heavy pain, caused by tho disease, of th
head. The sensations after using It are delightful and
invigorating. It opens and purges out all obstructions,
strengthen, tho gland., aud give, a heal jr action to
the part, atfected. 1
More tbaa Thirty . Fears'
of sale and use of Dr. MARSHALL'S CATARRH and
HEADACHE SNUFF, lias proved Its great valtM for all
tlie common disease, of the head, anil tbla moment It ,
stand, higher than ever before.
It I. recommended by many of th beat physician.
ant i !ith great BQcce aud aatUIacUoa ..
wUor. : .
Read the Certificates 0f Wholesale
Druggists in 1864.
Th undersigned, having for many year been as .
qualnted with Dr. MARSHALL'S CATARRH aud
HEADACHE SNUFF, .and .old It. In our wholeaala
trade, cheerfully .(ate, that we believe It to be equal, la
every respect, to the recommendations given of It for
the cure of Catarrh Affection., and that It I. decidedly
the boat. article a have ever known Jur allcommea
diseases of the Head.
Burr A Perry, Boston.
n. H. Hay, Portland, Me., ,
A. B. Jk D. Sand.,
Stephen Paul A Co., "
Israel Minor A Co., "
McKesson A Bobbin," .
A. L. ScovIU A Co., '
M. Ward, Clot A Co., M
Beed, A listen A Co., 41
Brown, Lamson A Co., 14
Reed, Cutler A C"- '
SetU W. Fowle, . :
WlUou, Falrbauk A
Heushaw, Edmand A
Bush A Gale,
l'or aale by all Druggist.,
JJfe Health .Strength.
Life Health Strength. "
dr. jrix delijurse's ;
Celebrated Specific PiUj,
PreiHrdrom sirrM'ij,li'i 0 Dr. Juan D.taterr, C"IV
rhfiicMm of Ik. Hospital da ISari N
' : . IxirAolsure 0 Parts.
Tbi. lavalnabl. medicine I ao Imposition, bat I.
felling In th core of Spormatorrha or Seminal Weak,
uees. Every specie uf (leultal or Urinary Irratlbillty,
Involuntary nr Nlgblty Aaiuiual Emlaalon. from what,
v.r cause produced, 01 however .even, will ba spedlly
relieved and the organs restored to healthy action.
Jieud thtnatitt osialoas 0 emfaexd fVmek yaksfMaa.
"V. bare used the Specific Fill, prepared by Oar.a.
olera A Dupont, No. HI Uu Lombard, from th. pr
anrtplida of Dr. Juaa Del. mart., to eur private prasV
tlce with oullorm eacor... aud wa believe there !l a
I .,!. medlntna ao w.ll lenl.bd tn enr. all urisns
iu l'n im.n lav.
uvoluntary Xmlmlona or any pthsr
weaknes. M tk Sexual Organs, whether caused ty a
aaaautaiy mod of living, o.ms, a aba.. '
-. lit t B. A. BEAUXEPARIE.il. .
O. D. DUJAKUIN.M. Dk- n-;j.
. JEAM LE LECCIUtE, U. P.
rarlt, May Oth, 186?. , . , . , . ,
BEWAB! OF C'Ot'NTEBFEtTS. ' f )
I Th Oenuln PHU are.old by all tb principal Draf
' . . T ..
ma tou tbroagnotil tn oria, rrlo. OO l-ouar par
- lor BU Boas tor Flv Dollar.. ' 4 ,
. , 0abBC1.B A Dtiroar, bom Proprietor,
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