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ArflVi aal Beir(N l tkt Mall ... . mt llaajsag. ;.. pAltfOoing North via Railroad.- -tDrrtat7:53 .Mail closes at 725 a. ..'ir- CU'ny Soirfi via Railroad: ,. Dfift a K8 a, at'. . Mail closes at 10:28 a. at. OAILY&m FmOey:-. , Jmimat 120 r. m. Depart at 11:30 a. u. 4fJl ilK at 11:00 a. m. ,? w J7?- WKF.KL V-Ravenm to Warren: Depart evtry Monday, Wednesday and Fridar , J,f ;; Mail closes at 11:00 a. , Arriva every" Tuesday Thursday and Saturday by 3:00 p. M. ;ft '. Aim aVary Wednesday and Friduy at 4:00 ..'.: Depart every Tuesday and Thur- ?:30 A it.."-. '" -;o , !.," ' .- - .Tt ffleo at BaTeaaal : 05f!i at 7:30 a. ic ' Close at 7.-00 p.- k., . Da'4y, $ itndaya f xcepted. - R. A. GILLETTE, I. M. . . . . r, t i'-i ii i i ; mmm -- 0wuifu,ul,mmmimU ... : li-ir ;,, ' Wi have rernored our office to very pleas k quartan on Chestnut S.rcet, in tho North a? af Thomix , Block, where we ahall be 'pleated to welooma all of our old friends and a many new ones as may desire tho favor of 'rat acquaintance. '... 1 ,' - CsntlSTMAS. Wednesday next will be Chmtrnaa, and on tho return of that day which is said lo "come but once a year, and when it comes tffings good chesr," we trust that to ach and every one of our reader it may be 4nde4.fce a "werry'l ono. ;;; f,..i;.f-;t. ,', Appoiktm5Ut bv Gov, Tod. Hon. Lnthr Par;' of Ravenna, has bsen appointed by Gov. Todj'f Judge Advocate General on his staff. Th position ia ono entirely ornunenUl. T'ke Sktemtu Ohio. Tha Seventh Ohio being how in lervicoVon the Potomac, the haadqiiartera of the Regiment will be at Horn ey,f Va. ' Poraans desirous of sending letters WtbVuf friends of relatives, should address IswsVto' Bomney; -Masosio Elkctioss. At a stated commii. nfcatton of Unity Ixdge, No. 12, of Frco and Accejd Masons, held, in Ravenna, on Mon day evsning last, the following gentlemen weTa'choibn as offisers for the ensuing year : fc-lwin T. Richardson, Worshipful M;wter ; Thomas W- Browning, Senior Warden ; Dc witt C. Cooliiun,IJiinior Warden.; William Cwlmn, Sjcretarv; John C. Bcatty, Troas nrerVThomasE, Bateman,- Sjnior Dcaoon ; - AfphonseYantrot, Junior Djacon ; Orange Knapp, Tyfer. '' ; - XoiktAn ,Lolgo, fo. 2 ta,, of, Free and Ac? eeft,t Miworta, held its election for offi rs on Tn'y.t.'MT Wcning, Djcsmhar 10th, at Franklin MilUiaitlua oriaiity, at wtil:U time tha foT. loaring gentlemen were chosen : . A,'M. S'lerman; Worshipful M.istor ; F. L. f?wyv"rv Senior Warden; hf W. Cnttendun, Jaaior Warden ; J. P. Carve?, Sjcrotary ; II. O; Bralley, ' Troisnrr; Gjofg W. Rouse, fliutor Djacon ; George W, S onffor, Junior Doiuoii Snuel D. Mjilin, Tyler, iCou GarfielIiVi Commami). The Cleve- Uni Herald aaya that Col. OarficHd, of the A.l wm. mt IVimAnni nn TVunulv- Avon. imr, and left that cty alwut ten oV-lo?k to join his regiment at.C itlattslntng, the mouth of the Big Srndy, whnre the 42 1 now is await- ig him. Col. G. hid been to Louisville to siet ht orders,' ami from date of his comm's aion will be in eomtnand of four or more Re yimcnta when the taoops are concentrated in ' Eastern Kentucky.' ' -:: ' ,The 40th Ohio iufmtry, and the 12'h Ken tucky civalry, a-. to m irch from Paris, K; sat of Prestonburji, while th? 421 and anct tVr reiimeftt of infaatrv and' soni-j cavalr-1 pw;l up th'j Bi? Sinlv m fir aa nnvigrt,lu ' i J . , , . . to Aj )U'.i, vy miKi aciu.n io i reiiou- burje. . ' . . .This movement, it is intondi) !, will bring the reHsl forces b-jtwoen Col. Garfield's com mand in tho Eisf, and our forco along the 'Somerset Una on the West.' It is snppnued Humphrey Marshall will enter Eastern Ken tucky from Virginia, with four or five regi mnti),4while Crittendan com from Tnncs- i'" gy4ieneral 8 ott on landing at Havre, was honored with quite 'i ovation, improvised by officers of the American march vntmen lying Jrt hat. port, On leaving the vessel, the G jn iral h vl to pass under an irhm mso American lihll by several oraiors, and was cheered jby aa enthuslaitic crowd of his countrymen All tht way to thi Hotel da V Europe, which . anas' prof uaoly decorate 1 with American and lr entfhUaga, aa' were also the American res lislt in th dooks." " -' Wf ' ": Vttl Via Ul OJ trll 11 Wllf, anaftelC "erolxtrked at CincinTiati for Liuis. Viile on'iW'lV.h. .Tin regimint numbers Jfjiisa,'.' wall arraad and equipped. A qadronof cavalry 203 strong, from Sher man's ..Brigade arrived with the G 1th, and aftby iteamaraforCittlettshurgh. Col.Crain ff,4,6t'4 Diio arrived from Camp Chase the dayj ;and projeoJad to Lixington to await further ordart. .;!, ' - i i i m in mm. - 00' At a place new Springfield, Ky., on ShCitttv inst, ;lr. John Jackson, -without provacation, shot and severely wounded a Minnesota aoliicr who went to his house to 1uy hay. Jackson was arrested and taken o Lebanon. H j was the Douglas elector of llit Ashland district, and is a brother of the -person who' (hot Ellsworth. " ' The aubicribsr his for sab one two-horso Kloigh, one pair of Bobs, one one-horse Cut ler, ono sot of H trnoss, two Buff.tlo Robes, i Uook Stove, one farlor Coal stove, &c. U. W, MASOX, Dsc 21-3 w Portage Sentinel office. "...Afsteatets' Notice. . i,JTbe creditors of George W. Holden are fherebjr ndtittod thst a dividend of twentv-four rpweant, has been declared on all claims presBh ;ia4 pa and allowed by his assignees, payable at the office of J. L, & H. C. Ranney, at Ra jTenna, Ohio, within siity days from the date Jpflteof, on presentation by the creditors of the original ciums tuiuwea. . ' "U. P. CLARE, ' uiiJ.U RANNEY, ''- , .. - WILLIS STRICKLAND, Kavensa, Dec. 11, 186l-3w , . .Assignoae, NEVER T O BE h au s&w m n 'Corrected ' Purfi Whits 1Clmt.TrFM IT. t. 1 fa Best lied - "', ''mm' ' ; i-? Third Quality flour, , a gjSgjFlour delivered to any part Ravenna, Xovembef 16, 18611yj'V - : TO THE BUND AND DEAF. Dr. J.' McCONXELL. tb great Aural atd Opthalmic Surgeon, formerly bf the New York S ate Endowed Eye ami Ear JufiTOary, and now of Cleveland, can be consulted njjon air diseases of the Eye or Eur, in Ravenna, at the i f-wwi w--.Vxtft '"r.Hi V CollinU.IIaase, Dec. 26th and STIfc. Dr. McConnelL having had greater expeii- nee and probably performed more operations upon the eye and ear than any other -Oculist in the State, he foeli confident thai he can give satisfaction in all coses of disease of these delicate organt' which lie may undertake; lielqw m. published, a few cases, from vcll known citizens of Cleveland.-, The are ex- trtir.i casts, that have ken uiukr trtatnic.it for For eight years I have' suffered from that worst of all aftlictions-aore eyea-ond for the mav vmuo nave ueea euureiy uuna." During that time I have been under the treat-, inent of some of the best physicians and ocm lisU of the State, but never found any relief ntil l went under the care of Dr. McUonnelL Siflce that time my eyes have gradually re covered, and now I am able to read or do any mna oi worn as Detore. tho. u arrety. Doc. 2, 186L.r No. 26 Ohio St., Cleveland: . Clevelan'd, Nov. 25th, 1861. My daughter has been nearly , blind with scrofulous inftiimation of the eves' ever since she was ted years of age, and in spite of any kind ot treatment sta' grew worse until I al m st' despaired f W.Ver. settina better. ' I am now, however, happy.to' state, that under lit. Mctonnen's treatment bef eves have be come entirely well, so much so, that that no one could tell they had ever been sore. , ' CllAIU.EH YKAnHOUSE, )-' . : . 158 Kinsman Street. Dr. McConnell operated upon ray eve for Cataract about six months a 'o ; the operation na Dean . ltireiy sticcePsliil, and has not in jurcd the appear.ince of th-. cya in the least. ' ' ' David Hat, ... Lorain S.reot, Cleveland.,, I have been entirely blind for Some Tears; having lost, one eye by an aa'idunt and Cata ract formed, upon the other. Dr. M Co mell operated ilpon tlui eye and now I can a toU eraWy well. ' J. K.u.MKfcn; Corner at. Clair and Uiver-s's. ' Doe. 31,1861.' My .daughter has sintered, lor three vcars with such severe iniliimation of thj eyes, tbat we were obliijed to keen het in a dark, room the griator part of the time. In four weeks after using Dr. McContiell'ji remedies she was quite well, and in six Week was able to go to sclinol and since that time horeyes have re mained as well as they ever were. ;" Thomas Dowltno, . 1 f ' -'V''.. ..' V 36 Garden street. "', My child was attacked with violent puru lent Opthalmiawf both eyes ona of them ran out in about a wcjk after the comtnence mencenicnt of the attack. I was then recom mended to take h it to Dr. McConnell in Cleve land whd iiiinti'disttely s'opped tho inilama tion and restored the sight of the remaining eye. Charles JTichol',, , . ; ; .j l j 11 XiWtoiwpi Trumbull.Oo. ( Dr. .McConnell has treated four or five eacs in my immediate noighborhood-rm-yaolf and wifj among them those; of ui'-that are not already ell, are fat recovering. -m i.:-,:t. Acoszo Ja!ivi;"5 , Dec 9th, 1861. ., E.wt Cleveland.'' I have been entirely deaf and had a dis- , cuarSJ ny right ear nearly twenty-five iyeara, I have boon under Dr. McConnell's treatmont aliont seven weeks, and in that time my luuring has almost entirely recovered, and tli j dischurse stoppecL - Georoe Pereira, 119 C-vlar SUeet, Cleveland, Ohio. Deo. M 1361. del 1-2 w Assignee',. Sale.'.;.'- y." ,.,,.'... The undorsigued, asaignecii' of Geonre ' W, Hitldon, will offer for sale, at public auction,! A on thi premises haretofore occupied bv" said uumcii ami uuwicy it. vyou ir utiiiipinii oiu in the township of Mecca," in the county of. J rumbttll, and state or Ub;o, on thu 16ih day ; oi a antiiiry, 1.00.S, ai vj ctciock, a. m, on aaii portag3 alui state of Ohio,, which is now pen day, and continuing from day 10 day thoreaf-. ding therein, wherein the said petitioner, as ter until disposed of, all of. the personal prop, heirs at law of Goorga Falor with said defen orrybf said IJoldoii, situate in, said county, t hts, demand partition of "the following real consisting mainly of tho undivided p'nc-half , estate, of which the said George Falof, late of interest in one steam engine, pump fixtures said county of ..Portage? dipd .aejjedv SitHate and apiiaratusas coiiuected therewith.-. Also. anrl biii. in thd4ownsMn bBrirnfted. coun- a quantity of oil, oil vats, etc-etc.- Terms of R tlc. Cash down on all surns under $10. Ou all sums of $10 and over, a crodit will be given of thirty day a, on approved security, witn interest. - ,, ; ,. " J. Ii. RANNEr, -';''-;---;; ' WILLIS STRICKLAND. -Ravenna, DjA 11, i861-4w - ' ' ONE IIUNDHEO MEN WANTED! To form 1st Company Infantrv, 0. to garrison the M'litary Depot, on Johnson's Is land, (near S tndusky City.) to guard United S:ates prisoners. ; i Persons joining this company will bs fur. nishod good quarters rarfons and clothing. ' r or turtnor particulars inquire oi tne under, signed at tho Collins House, Ravenna.- LIEOT. A. G. TUTHER, Dec 7. 1861. ; Recruiting Officer.. ! ' .Legal Notice. EZBA SPERRA, defendant, a non-resident of the state of Ohio, and whoso exact residence is unknown, is hereby notified thaton the 29 ih day of November, I861,r Joseph Troxel, filed in "the Court of Common Pieas of Portage county, Ohio, his petition against him, setting forth that on tho 13th day of Octobor. 186U said Troxol and Sperra traded certain land in lota Nos. 96 and 97, in Randolph, in said ooun. ty, with each other, and warranty deeds' were exclianrfcl; i' at the land received by plaintiff ot s.na & ..Ti was tteaviiy mortgaged, which the defeU-.,.. well knew, and of which th plaintiff was ignorant, and that Sperra fraudu. lentjy represented saiu land to bo tree' of in cumbrance; that said mortgaged hak been fore- closed, the land sold, and that the title of said Sperra Was worthless at the time he deed ed to plaintiff, and an action has accrued to Slaintiff on the covenants' of said gperra's eed. .Said real estate ia particularly describ ed in the petition and exuiwtaon - filoi to which defendant i referred. ,An artachtneht has been issued and served, and said Sperra is required to answer aaid petition on or before the third Saturday after six weeks herefrom,, oy?uch judgment will be taken-against him aa may be desired, . . M. STUART,; i Nov. 30, 1861-w Plaintiffs Att'y.' , - ;! S 'i i " ---'. ' - U N,D E Z PL V ! mnwti (hi. weekly - 1 CSr - iTTiiii a-' i ' ')i ; y ' Tin-Tow. 5.30 --nf f tia v.tmimi.,. s 1 fl.2w. . ' 4.50 of the Town, frco of charge. :' " ; " ; .f AMEEICAK WATCHES. MASTJFACTU ED AT EOXS. rpHKmteTlttrti nuaifM'ailaj a b u4 : a 5" Sly. CHRONOMETER "WATCHES d' a i'W i ii5i8 i u.L whirl, for 'i"rnTe rf tpertnc and .'icnrey f tlmo-i -rph g ran not bo n'p.d. ' I will w rr-t theM Wu-hei rquml anil Is many ropnci mi parlor loin Olhar. TM Jnp"rlorilf rni-al'la In nt-w ami ralnnb.'a ImiiroTemrBU 'r WUHSB r-! MraeiF appiwa. iwlltek l'auf fn ahnwlns thoia watehaa IX any ptrann; and will explain tbalr anperlnrily, aail In all raai-a af aala Will rafnnil Ihrt mnnnv whim lh Wi.tib .Inaa j ttuTmSUm u. w.icb. aa. ian aiyia ami pri aa PER'ON-f who nna4 !' IwIlipanaaWe artlelna r r neluitllva ialua fclil lad goa4 aa aaorl- i.nl.f, . , . T , ., , , , . . ; acptcn reooie . M a . aaaa, aj a Spsctacles, aaran ba f iund laihn Da nut pay hpliolana .rl, a, wlion ju cau xhI iha aaiBf anlclu for half ia muiiay.' : - .,t4 ar ,iv t s Fine tiold Jewelry !to -ifll k n il. bI Hi i.iwb.i cab pricca Alio, Ptnaf Je.a ry b) Itw b. MV7 . ' Silver Spodas ,',f .,...v;..,. if my "Wii maiiur.eiura ami of aula anil liilah that t: ni.l Imi aurpa-a' d. ,,' hx beat of flalud r-i Ji. hand, Inrrlhn- with a 0iitril aaaottmuuLof tfjiicy liii-Kl-, I'ntha y, e ..j."'' ,, ' ' " .' Repairing Watches. ' ' ' - IImi I iraaNl (n l'HI'a iff r id by Mi, mawafao lure ltWat:V a ijiab in il'i all 'liida r n plriuj run 4, su'l In "rt'" l r-. fnr- lmlui.albj. EXGRAYIX& , ,,; ' ".' r.g ar! g bv xpuriri. cii workmen.' ancli at Wb.I.iI ( t VwIiWie I'ar 'a. Door and Uortlu Platca, anaciaiu In Ibu bvak stylo of lb an. K. R. WAIT. Slf!i of "Mr " afb. Swlfi'a Bulldlua haramia. ; ,5i(b ninbur ill, lhUI y. .' ,- ; , , ;.; PET20LINE ! " FETEOLINE ! BEST QUALITY Pittsburgh: AT 3?, CENTS P28 CAUO For sale by CHAKLK8 E.KWIPr. PETROLINE! PETROLINE! Roiembar 10, Wl-Iyit . :IaC?ral Notice. S Alt AH PALOlt; Thomu Caldwell, Mar garet Caldwell, Joseph Falor, , Noah ,Falor, Levi Falor, Andrew Fator, Isaac Falor, Ura- nia Falor, Abraham Falor, and John Colo- man, of the coanty 'of Portage and state of Ohio; Solomon Falor. of the county of Wood, Ohio, and Harriet Dickison, Alexander Dicki son, Louisa Dickisoii, John Dickison, Sarah Dickenson and Wellinjrton Dickison, r the county of Summit, Ohio, will take notice that on the 27th day of November, D., 1861, Nicholas Peio, ' and Emiline pr hi- wife,' ana Adam Winkler, and Catherina Winkler, his wile, nlcd their petition asaiust them - in , tho Court of (,,mrnon Ploa-i wfthin and further county of ty of Portage - and , state of Ohio, being tho whole of lot no ba, in said township, contain inz two hundred acres! of land. 'Also, twenty- nine acres in lot "So. -60, in aaid towuship, bounded south and east by the lot lined, and north by ft lino commencing in : the aant line of the lot 21 chain and 85 links north of the south east corner of the lot; thence south 89 degrees and 30 minutoa. west 13-ebaiDS and 57 to a post; thence eolith by a parallel line with the east line of the lot to the south line of the lot Also, eleven acres in lot No. 64, in said township ot Brimfield, off f west jenif the nortDrMftt6uhdedon'tho norths and west by the lot lines, on the. south, by land of Whist ler's heirs, and on the wost by a line drawn mmtTof witlf thr w&tline'-and faf itfbCeh MtettdrM td indddrel'iSfeft crel of lind. Also, two acres and te rodf ,of dand jnthe towhshiD of Sitffield, in said county of Portage, being also in' lot No; 46f, in said t0Avnship,a4 bounded br beginning at tne soiun-west cqrs ner of land for.nerly owned by William' Par ker; at : theoenfre:of the' -highway leading east from Mogadore; thence north .along- the east line of said land formerly owned by said Par ker, to' the south lihe of land fofmeflyowned fcv-Samuel -FrffuS07V. Yiiowdeceascd.l: thence east along said south line to tho n6rth-efet corner f land owned by Levi White: ihenos aonth alobg l&irm )inof U White' land to t'io centre of said road leading from Moga dore east; thence west along the centre '6f said road to4he place of beginping--8i,bject, to le gal highafs-niakfnl thtf whole uintitjr in the four pieces herein .described 242 ..acres and 10 rods of land. The defendants are further notified that at the next term' f said Coart, commenping on; 4'lda f Februarr, .A T.Ildoi, application wuT be made' by eaid be titionors'for an'- order- tht"partition may be miM at BAiri nromiBAfl . jr. l.- rf.'otlNN'Ef Att'ys for said petitiopera, r November 30, 1861-ew. J j, Jtf ' ' " knappVebothers... ' - m -, If, V.J 'A A i-aaW imim,.- W ittA 1 A and Ifanasatarara of Axrusaltnral loji',maou: JTJ. All lnaofcaatla made to order. "7, i Moat klsd ( Prndnaa taJian Ik irttilf' torirorl, : aaiar ik, leei ly ' ; - I. A?!i'rrr Notice. - r J i The creditors of Joseph Holded are hereby potined that a diviaend of nine per cent baa been declared on all claims presented to and allowed bfhis assumes, parable a thtftrSTci of J. L.' & H. C. Rinrjfy.-at Ravetma,-OhHi within sixty days trouv the data hereof, on presentation of the orwinaiclaima allowed. : :-v : . .'- Jf. JJ. CLAKK, " 5 ari:;wfefsTRrcisA0ji s ffljennj Dcc;ii;il-3w jigacp Assignees' Notice. NOTICE ia hereby given that tho under signed have been dvlyppointd and qualified as Assignees of the effects of Roswcll 8a-'e. of ! the county of Portage. ' 1 All persons havinar claims against the said S, ar Uefcby? notifl to rfeut 'thard to the AwignSpi dul yathcnticatef acaord inf to lawj for allowance 'or rejection withiivl sit tnontla from, tike publication vofc this m tie iV'hu JOHNMVHEEi)Crt,' ' JOHN L. RANNEY, , Nov. 30, 1861-3 w Assignees. ' ' ticsal Notice. TTJILLIAM C. TH MPOS, a VV It fl aU of Dtrf. la aarabr aoa-reMaal aolIRa I tb it a i ttaHt) day-f IHveoiw-r, 141, Si a Uretartta4 hlvht of triiiai -lara batira K. M. C-an,a Ja liai of thaHeara, llhlaand fiir ibe tnwa.Kia of -t,. laVwiila Pnrla caaaT. ohi.analnal tta aula. William O. Tieiatnn aal J n'ln a.Tra, tor co-o thaainoant of HI SO then rlimd In ha a bal 'an a duo aald plaintiff on a certain note lan o ntr by said 'boiipaon and Mayema Ma 3'ih, lr-54 rorlba iaa or arniw, na xt dan, wlm t a per arut. Inturaal; tbat on fi aa ne day aald niaitulB canaad a or er of atiaohmani to be li ie i I aald canaa a:aina( the (4da and i-Hecta of aal l da en dan, Mbleb was avnie day retar t aaj raU J - Ilea inaeenpon rerUSa ibla procea Inft l- tba eoiirt oroMia'Boii P eaaof P.irtuee Bnly.OhU; nd on I.. I'M. .m Va-u.HUH .-1.1 I I . . ... . aaN BrllSd tr. V!llM In aatl Uoirl, aid ala bia pn'.lllon, aeltlas rnrth the execution or ald nte,i bla of Inane ia ebiiiea la it l.enta lone and the bnt and akli( Jelem tl lliw iw azainn anid drfnn- j lie alll liuld if ilmea lue uaual qian.ilyol Ihraail. ilaa'af. ia aarnvf a 13977. and InaafHatat l-a pa Ibilnrje mavlil .... a aurk aa Ut i.aauull ama. ent.ffii.B lmeaiar II, WW, ad aleaoa aame4ny .1 W e wu,i.la.k fjr our kit er . Ataaaiue,UeaDc eauaud an oi !or of altarhmen'. t r leu' afn'.nm the eial aiteuliun ol affnela of aald deferdanta, which, on the i!ll- day of . November. IfMI, eras duly aurve I by attacMnf lib- divUlno Int No. 5, til onuhial Int No. 3 1, e-lil ilnlnt: , icrrt Tnd alao " acrei of laud la rai l lot No. 3d, aliial Int Nil. 3 1, e- nlliilna.' pxrifcular'y dcecrihad In tj return .i -aid order. aliin Sb.ar.yil aj-aruita ,;,,. 0:UM . - lha third Salunlav ufli r the l?lh day of 4 nnirv, IHJ. r lnil(inoiit trill ba ukua ai prjyuj fir tu plaintia'a petition. ' ' ' . J.t.A H. C. H.tKJfEV. " AUr't lor KlUa Ciockor. X Lcsal Notice Tl Hiram B. FniMn. Rrtwy K. Wa, Rnfna Pot ior, I. una WnyiJvlTera in Wv iml M jlltaja Way, nil e connly of Pnrtate ilnl atute 'f Ohio. J...ui i Pottur. Henry I'otler ami W I. Main Hutn-r, of tnn laia of 'alifuriita Pnebe ftnliibiirycr alii- Aaron Mel-ibgrier,f fa:n...il county, ht. Ku-nia V.rt Itri of Suai.iiil at aly vhi.i, and' S iiai' Vairit ami Adaiu Varrls ol I'i alal .f ll hian: : ' Von aru bori!l n Hid i l Hi 1 1.1 th , 31, l .1 iy f-f c Inlji-r. A . 41., .m, e -.rj Kj .uhi Hi (! bU.fielillun In Hie I nnrtnf L'ommuu ! l fori -f cnu .ly, aettinie furlh that he ) enli'letl. In I n one un-lli I del third p .rtuf ibe f ll.lng ljaor(it l raala'tat-. ami raying partitian 'I. Ibo. aaine. Sl J ro.l ealata li aa f."liia: 1 r! i)n - tract ur i-areel 1 f l ind, -I nalc In th lowiiatiini of Mim I'l. eixiniy I fori null at-.tj ul Uhlo. ai.il ; ii boai.dt d anil deei.bd a follnwtJ . tUihn part of Una. oa. Iiimeand i' j.h. In aail town ii, una 1 bounded by heiclui.t g ut th' 'enntro of liu uual and wii I ruatl in aaid lot X". t ime. lmru ibu north and ontb roat running n the weal line ejf L ub r Wal t n'a land Croaaea tliu ibi -, tlnnce arcitn i w degren eiattwuui) three ch liu and Bfij Be linKi on I'e we-t liiiof -mid Lull r WalkHi'a Uud te aUke, thenen aoallt eig ty nine defireea w.-.l mi lliu norlh line nf I honiia.iu r t't laud aixtim t-kni.a aud te'4y S-e ll:ili t a birch aWe, m-nc mirth two da-tiva weat nno Ihiin an I twenty-Bra link a to a take aud alou-a. Ui-n.-w aonlli eign y nine d graca Weet ou ibi uurUi II. in f llivi I Aay'a land tlm Wen euatn aud aevenly-eibt linkr In a suae and am el, th lien uortiiiw'o ilrgroua a-ert mi tho o. at line ol -ami.ai I nMipa.u'. laun tr it) ciimiii, anu i. me et n link a) I ibi t-rntre of the en-1 ui'd wt-at maj aloyq Moutloue l. tjeiu e uorib eighty eix drgreer and ililrt) mla'iiea ea I i. tne ciint.e uf aaid road tiiirly cbaiuaa.id alit. a w II ia to tb p'ueo of bi. ahini'n-H O tl ilig aixt aaren acna and forty .(jr ii M-a if tan.,. - .iUo. one other tr id or lurcul nf laud, a'tuatn In lots -Sua. thn-e and eiglil In the tow.. a ip and county af-tre aid. and u.iunile J ea ro.l'iars lo wit: B -gin- u i weal r . ad two r.i.i. ,-aai ag on tlio uorili IIim of the eaat i Hhtiva uiaiitiiiM.I In aai.t t- t Sn three from Ho- orlg.nullii.o ttwe n aula iota aoa three wn ,nwoii'irwwT.iiuiii... ... ..mi. owira-. gian t 4:tiaiua aod twanly ra llaaa ta eWao, a--i4ei!ty-eoi d g eea oat; on lea of .I4 hwati Upa.in and HaMwiu U,,a.in nln. ch itnaand ovm t -tao llnka ! a aac, thence anullilhr a ilegreea enat fl land of Ua io Harnate. Ir , four ebaioa and tblr-.y-aevmi II .ka to the north 1 line nf the road luat aiau'ined,.tlieuce norm e g ty. ' aix dfreiaadlalrlv aalnat .t an the ..r h line j of aio road nine ch ilira ni.'l ei e ly-lkrae lltita to the pluee of bw-ginaii g coi.tid. g four acrea and j llitf ty-idx rod. of land, b tb laaine more nt I nd.- - Ku..l .... wilt nu f . k..A. ul ll( Htt. t l.lill nf , -.i.i vhmw .i.' ot - ' " : aaiu i nuri. ab .n:iiiui' l.ltl uivr will lliu.uu.u ord.ir f r tho puriillim of Ihi pri-misi-a aa a oreiaid, aa tuutuia .hare abati bo wntif for him aepa itoy. -rat :...;-. OiOKuK Pi4.Tal, Bt alphvnso Hart, bia Att J. Soramber 16, 18-1-lv , ISTov. 1861. J. GOLDSTEIN & CO., Araapentngatirga V$ wall elocts4 aleek of i "i Vj . .. . - . . . , WINTER GOODS, x f f i v onslatlug of a groal variety ol CLOTHS qAS;ll!EriES,, , Ml vrstings For the Custom Traie. V The ibore department la In 'charge bf a expert need i imur, and arory gur.naul ma la lu our aho, la warranted aa to Bt aud wonniabai tp. CUR STOCK OF la nnlirn.ed and eonal.l of arerV ttyla of g.r- menufitr apring and aa.omer -wear. Tba preaent coinnuirclai ariata enabled a to pursbaaa . ur- gooaa ataatk prlaetbat feeaxMPflgll pabe f ;f;'f IS,. GREATER BABQALXS THAN EVER VV'e a'ts keep a large aiaori meat a f -.it' I 'Hi: .'I '!- '--.- "i - li't 'Ii'.' ,1"r i: GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, JUTS AND CAPvS, " '" ka8 "J -. aa-..e- . Sm-m&" which will be told 'err eh-ap. i ti Kverybodyla want of anything In onr line liln vited t? ausine VMk fcefor. ourebaaing elae wbera - Our motto "XkVIIB TO BK TjtfDtlRSDIiD. ir i t c n rr- j.uubiniu.t aiu.i i 0 baa door eaat ot Phanla dloek. tuvenaa, 0. - Hov.Hlh, l6l. ! IliUinery and T&nCf . Goods. , ' Mai. L: A.'KEKU. sit.. So. Attea'1 Bloc. t7HltRK yo will lad a ompllj atMttiMnl, a tT,Uoal. , - .,.,( ..,..(11 Seasonable and Faskisnable Goodi, Ladle,'. aliases vnd Chlldrea'a Bonaeta sad Hat. ,, A ciielee akela get Htbbaiia 01, noaiici iriaxstpgeaiia vat- FrHMh aad Aaterleati FMwers., jf eKIIIr-.M-lin. .m Vm!..!... .1-1. . - M HI -i ColTara. TJaDa.tiafT Reltk and Head DreSMI. ..V 7(- fit CuraeU, Hoop 8trls, Skirl Supporters aad Lsdlcs Hosier. r . ? -, . ' .'' ? -. Bonnet blesn.li,W1rfrigktii prcsliig a aanal. a rartleatsr atwuuee giaen w axeea aaa vtoa sta king..: t ..... . ". .. . . . , , IU..n,nln. tinnA CODStSUtlV OB hsnd. L10Aaiy good are pttrcoaaed pC Importers' Yr Cash. I am eonfldenl 1 offer iaducanieats wailby ..... ,.r .11 .kn riih Ia niiMBi... . n.a..iwa . " ' " -.- . .. , Kvenna, Moveinner , il-w . . ., PKOTOaHAPfllC GALXiHt.?. aoata HiM Pbstie o.ra Uaa,-0t. -, VHfiTOOR.APH3, A mb-otTpev,'1 DajeerreolTnes l7'Matalnotyi aiid Kerroiypi, of all alsea la lrarasoreS6,aiiow puioi. -a. a tein,. r atva, Hovby t, I1.,, ( iTieiewrapk GREAT, REDUOriON 3 & fa c -- ii rtt Ptict or - . a A SirJGERS CO.'S j Standard-Machines, wtiXiwitjf tiifcror Mi. 1, Staadsrd Shniilfl Mehioa foraerly sold si 90, Rtdurta g (70. No. a, Suad i Shottk.M.ki. formerly auio st 1100. K duced la 73. SINGER'S Letter A MACHINE, Ii THR BEST i MACHINE IK THE WOULD .... o . JTamily ; Sewing, AS D Prtcr, tmnreri Ornamented. $50. .' Tb K I an.l t MaeKlnaa art of ffl capactlj an. I ainxtu Cir inxuuUol irinx .rpo I Our no 3 Maehiueanracaiw.siitiijr aOai.l.d la all il idsnl lihtailbtk(j l.sut . r Mum.lu CanUaai i Miiiiiuiiz, r.ii'.iauu num n iii(t aie , elc. boy lira nl axtra ,it, with alt arm lun a ak- la lab uudur ilandatibsn ib lar.atl lxl daahea Ife-rttla a.ared Mit paiofa Trlwiua a'atliei-liui tliat can' .. . . ..I... 1 . .. . . . " ." -- Iba aarlnnf tlmaaad ! ia r i arunt. -Ibe u- VZ8T A. rj--5 fUAf?DQ . , , . , . andallthoae who ar nl Machlu -a for Idghl Mam- luHlliriaiu . ll .a.. 'l'aAH .... . i- . .a .. . i . i . H," .uaVS lu.cuIueaVnlaH V b..r a.1' lot family t;Wln( aud uiauufaclurlux purpoaea In Wt II IVI3 AlUliyS OU.iraaaeJ, litmming 'Gaigu, Sik .TwiU Lint) mni 'IC'Uton , K'ftread. on tp olt ,gert Mi. ' 1 ' chin OU iit-BMn tie ', tts , etg We m in irae'are oar own fteedlee. and woalj warutall a ranaaaalug oor iai-M..ea not to bay a t ntbera. Wo ti ut im bir ar - noddle aold of the inoat inferior q iail'y at bigbor prlcea tna we charge mna, uch. ni iieeoiea a uu oy ua are manulac t.ifed eipeeli ij tor our innchin'ei. A bad neadle :H:iy re. dr cue beat meiue-alniiial na I aa. uur euUiiinera may reit .afiireS Ihit all onr liranvh oiaVa are farnialRd with tha-reuulue arti cle." t la caae of "mall pur .ha,;, lha inoi ay may bo seat j III ptataxe ala upa. or ban. n itej I ltj Oorro.p mdi-iila erli l p !.? writ i lh.lr nainea dia'.ineil; . II ia all I uporunt Ibit weab iull. in ! each csu, a now llto Pint fS -, uiinmt.and Slate. I r -I II paMni reouirina inf.irmatl.in about Sew in jt Mai-hiiieii, Ibelr all a, prlora, working capacities, l. ml the b.-i ins. bud of pureb eing, can nbtaln It by eenilln It u, or nuy v( our Hruou Ottlsv f. r a H-jf of ; ! " - -.i--. . ;;.!.;.'. ; . . ' WlilchH a btm-.lfbl Plctnrlal Paper entirely 1 devoted to .ha abject. It will be aunt GrIATIS, TTr W'a have made the aboro Rhl VCTIOJr .IX PRIiES with Hi i twofold lew of beueB.ing Ibe puklln and ourailrea. I ho paiille have boen awln tiled by "purine aewlng rn ieMoea aiad. ia imita tion ol oara, 'l ha ninta' In lh)iu,from tba Iron caet line to tne aia illeat laa, l. oi ior q i.Uty . 'bulr inatiara nave not the means to do their r Well. They are md away Iu aijerer lace., where ft would be impo-al jla to hja at tbi-ir umaud lha proper ruecli ucul aiplianca. It laoiily by doing a great bualoeaa and In vine; etarwi m inufaetaring atab lialiuienU, ikjl good laHcbiu a o m 00 made at ia d nrate aricet Tk beat daaigned aaa ainea, rlAULY MAIIK ar. alwata llhla t.j Mt artat At o..lM. ..ul Mra locoatoouaiderabla trouble aad uouey to keeo them In repair. . , , To i q i ill'.ies t baloVal f ir In a mae'.lna ari: certainly f norrert alian at all rat a of .pje I, al.u- piieity oi conttru .'imii, ajreai ourKoiuiy.ad rapl I- ityf-operatlnavwllb the la at labtv H-nmt to eomae-tbeea ee.erit.lqttarhl-.a arnat ba nada mt tlui b at uelul and BuUaed to perfjcliiiu. We bare uB wuy.au I in -una. on a araud arale, to do lliia. The ureliaaeri of Mwhlnra, wboae dailv bread U m ,y eiru, will dud Uix llioae h4viog the aboea q i, 'c t only work well at rapid aa wall aa inw rub-aof ap.-ud,but laat lonr iu ihi i.iuat poaaibte working rddr. Oar laaebluea, aa in de by a. wi.t aarn more money with luaa labor than any olnera wh.-thff In ImUntl in ofo ra or not. In fact.thiit are .1 l ...... .. . .... 1 enwapor muu a:iy viuur aiaeuiuai aa a gin. I. M. Singer & Co., 458, Broadway, New York. CINCINNATI OFFICF, Corner of Fourth and Saca Streeta, (AW Coir.at reM Vfire Building ) JAMES f SKANDON, Agest, I I : ki 'K'.i . , i 4 .jii.'.ji The Singer niticltiiii'S have been t' of.iul'ly lest d Ij till. ( Porta-. j roanty, aa we ran rrfar w,ilb coai Keco 1 1 tboaa at bsue wuo bare tutted Ihuia fur. ear. . Mr. Via tlrauaa, Kaeeuna, 10 yeara, 4 ulia b Durham. Mra, rl. X. H piue, j s. Marrln, Mtat4 Knapp. ra. btricklaud, Mra. ieo, ilra.K.uil, - Kataock, i N. Haven " Gose, . " Kty, , . Sherman,. ' " 'riiormiUa, . Metlin dt Putter, I " I S 1 a A SbaU...il a, Fdiub'irgh, Mantua, Freedom. . Br lulinlil, Franklin, , , Ffeedoui, ... 1 . ' mo itha, Jlre. Atwood, and others lb 1 we could uam. D. M.SOL1ERV1LLE, s AgcMl lu'Riivetinii.';,-,';-'' . Raveana, Jnly 3' at I WII. s .y-K-'yifi t won tue v' n. w fflMY pf; THE , ssVE j JACKSOM T. GREEN 1 TKTOULDa6rakls old customer and tb people Y generally, tbat k baa received tb laraaal and beat atock of , - .. ,.; '-!- .w n. : . CLOTHS AND CLOTHING, at Ms oki ttaad, No'. 3 I'h-e lx Block, ever breoghi s tki mrkel, and wnlch ba Br at prieee n aatoo isbiug LOW tbul aa one can bave any ! for going cold or poorly clad tba coining wluler. . A belter (tots of IL THM, CAS1MER R and VK4TlAG.t, It xot to ba foun I elaawber to the enmity, anil luoy are lo be sold t eoireapond ailn tbo tlinea.. .. Asaaml, alltho d'-ffirent atylis sa t qnslltloaof HATj AND OAP3, ar to bo boakt at tbls ealbllahauni, si also a fall aseorirnent oi OEtii& FURXismifa goods, ' and aa eai'l. varleiy of Glovss aa Mirraa, la waioa groat warja na ara qaurau. TTTMrt. FLtTH. an eioer'eneed GaUer. baa charge a tbeuUrJ tuM UKHAK1 AIKXT, and these having garmoi'ts to eut. or cut aaa made, assy rest asaared ibat thvy will ba dona la very beat atyle and according to direction.,. - . . . .--,! . Th LADIES will Ind a apleafflJ ssortsMat of rashioaable Fnr Goods, a trifle better and cheaper thaa . aijaeiK of- aorau ia ibis aaarai fcj , s ' This In want of good I t my line r InvIUd te call and exuiulus uy atoek, aa I fool conldeut that they win be able to ealiify tbeutraivea aa wall la good, aa in prloes. - . ' i, T. ORSbn. AovamberV.1'61. T D.M.SOMERVILLE, lie r c ha n t Ta ilor !i:.'i! ' -ARB DEAiK llt",TU'Wi'U Cloths, Ca3simreS and Vestings - Artleathr atMMma aaid Ittvrni wo! and cat- Also Agent for th nl of tb best cwi dwatB the' Woatai HaViag; all tha MTarr. "fa i(aovatt.andat ,ann ai jie aaoucau raica., . s. . . Aiamoerat ruifcuinai, .it.bb.,,v. y aoT.trib.War.-itm If OHffl Vmi8 TO SAY TO THE TSHD PflljipjEJO, mn i ft n m ! b AT I11S iSTOSS BT T sf-'a IS : iiMf Sit S"1 IX ALL IT3 DEPARTMENTS, A.XD WILL BE SOLD AT ABOUT Oldl CASH OR PRODUCE ,ij.f'i' :rA ! ! -h -(ssx-A ,ntij I uz f-. rjc?siv.B.o My Stock w ill be KEPT FUl E. for the balance of t lie season, as I shall be rccirintr Kevr jOoods . .A- H V1V. ' jt.K, t ahal' una rr -at p'eaiure la 'l tCK i f showing Ike BtiST BLACK SIJLKS 4 Iu torn a, at tew . rieoa. Also, a great variety f togslhw with lome beouiiful patterna of Figured Brown Silks. Plata il -rikaa. all coUra. rVoji uilllnn to 10 ah lllnaa per yanl. . Figured Merlnara. Figure i ''aahmerea. , Flaured K'pp. Plain Kepp-. .4 M iinlr tlaodt, Inift'-at s ay; Onhnrcs lie Lii iea, otc. Balmoral SIt'rta. A I r;aa ck of ro-jr 'e-irable aty i Jmt rec'J. SHAWLS. A great varie'y. fm br-aiitlfal Iro'ha .ehw'a for ai,V-a AU ,H Laabla Bras it .uala f t y.00. Ladies', Collars. Kew ljl- and vrv ehap. t'cllari and Sheerer, Iu acta. A full atock af Cloves, of all kind, deatrable lor ladlea wra-. Hosiery la abundance, together with at anJleis imeniit of YANKEE NOTIONS. '- Oar stock o(: i. OO.TIESTIC GOOD. bobght pilnclpul'j f -r C ASH, is full and will bo sold at about mn pr'ees. .tin me riMp uin i totini Cloiha, and they will be sold cheap as tb chiapuat, forCaaborlUiriuivatent. , . ..: . , 1,000 Yards CRASH, at 1 cents per yirj. Ladles Cloth In variety oleolors, very cheap.-' AV tin" wlsil'g lo pnrihuse will do well to call an aa bjfor pur ehasing. llroadcloths, Cassimcrcs, Vcstiug. In Broadclnthi, Castlmeres, Veatings, Pa'.lnatt. Jeans, Twoeda, Or , wa can do castomare Justine, haiug a large sloe at low puces. --- Carpeting and Oil CleHhfc Tr .Jii ::...s W..ilfe W v A large slock at low prleea. ... Wall Ya&r&ndcurXvAik Paper. Th place to hay is st J.C. BBATTT'r. Crockery and Glass warci Don't boy Crockery without calling apoa as s ws keep the best e.asl'1 aad prltlst, styles, and sell ehaan. sIH ia Jo i'.W 4, i Ut w'A PRODUCE1 - WANTED Vi EXCUXNG& FOR GOODS. ljOOO bushels, Oats, at 25 cents. ! 2i0,00Olb& Oried'AppIcyj'ttt j'cts. 1 .000 Ilia, troml Rilttar at 1 ahii'tr.'.t j . 5 o - Kovh1r ,18.f. t BBATTTf. Ayer'sSarsapariil : Awmpounol reraexljr, rWjntd la W t 4 ' nAl AiUrmiuu tlaat taa ba anaii. b 4 aaoocitrated extract U Para Sara.r'Anl '? a crasbmed witk other ttbttaaee. oi ata " greater alterative uw ui.ti . tivt aattdota lor the tUaaaMa SanaparUU ke . reputed to cure. It U believed that rath a rmwwl. 1 wanln.1 1. .. ' y . StTirmetra complamts, and that one hkh wii acoraplUh thr cum nut pnm ot imr.na " arrvioe to t)iia lzrgedaaaof ara.tUctcd fcUow.' ' citiimt.--ilow completely this compound vS I do it ha been prowo by expcriaient on many ofihe worst easea to lw ivaiidff tha Sollowiof -i eonipUtinU;- ., , : . ScHorvii as Scuorcr.otra Com-kcn t x-aoi-Tiojia iiB Eihttivb Duitm, ULcaaaj i FixrtM, HujTcuta, Tcuoa. Si.f KuavaV" bci UKAirSTMitT.i s SrrHir.iT! Ar , RCTioxa, Maacutt.DwBAii, Daorata WatV K.VLoia z Tto Dottujuaacx. Dsmutt, Draa ; ratutA Am InuioriTiow, UayairELaa, IUw ' a St. AaTHaxr'a Fiua, and indood the whale da of compltiiriU axuinj from lursaUTT 4 Tn Ui.aoo - :''jv' . Thia i6hfottnd yrill be found a sraat fiv ' motor of health, when tak.a in the ksrinr, taj expel the foul humor which fcatvr iar th' blood at that oeason of tho year. By thetinaa. ly eiptitaion of tliem many rankling disorder' ara nipped fat the bul. Jlultitai caa, hy', the aid of tliia romedy, aparo themaclvc freaa tits endurance of foul eruption and ulceroat -aore through which tli avatem will atrtVa ' rid itaelf of corruption, if not aaaisted U daV thi through the natural channels of tho body by an alterative medicine.; Cleans out tho vitiated blood wheuever you And its impurier bursting through the akin in pimple, eruption,' or orei; cleanw it when vou And it ia ah. i structcd and alusgiah in tha veins 5 glsaa it whenever it is foul, and your fodin-s will ball you when. - Even where no particular disorder ' 1 Wt, people enjoy better health, and liva longer, for cleansing tho blood. Keen th blood healthy, and all i well J but with tl j pabulum of iifc disordered, thore can ba tM , ' Iaating health. Sooner or later omethir ! rntin go wrpnjr, aud tho great machinery a! lif.; U diaordercd ot overthrown. ' .- Sarntparilla has and dsterve rauah, tba reputation of accomplishing thse ends. But the world has been cgregiously decrivad by preparations of it. partly becauso tha dru alone ha not all the virtue that is claimed for it, but more because many pTeparatinr pretending to be concentrated extraeta of ft, contain but little of the virtue af Sarseparilht, or any tiling else. Duiing late year th public lutva been ml)-' ltd by lurg; liottles, pretending to give a ouart of Extract of Sanaparilla for one dollar. Afaat of tltMe . liar j been fraud upon th iekj for they not ouly contain little, if any, Sarsapa-t rillit, hut often no curative properties whatev er. JIliicc, bitter and pniiiful etisappoiNtmeaV ha followed the aw of th various extracts af Sarsnparilln which flood the maikit, until rJ iiunu' itself ia justly despised, and has becoata synonymous with imposition and cheat. Still' wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend to supply such a remedy as shall rescu tha name from the load of obloquy whiejt reakf upon it. And we tliiiik w have graand far believing it has virtues which are irresistibl' by the ordinary run of tho diseaws iti intaasV til to cure. In ordar to secure their complete eradication from the system, the remedy ahould ho judiciously tak:n according to tlireckUMM the bottle. . . PBETASEO BT , on. j. c. AiEit a coV LOWELL, MASS.. Pi Ice, 9 1 per UotU Six Bottlaa for fV' Ayer's Cherry Pectoral has won for itaelf aitch a renown for th ear af every variety of Tlirn.it and Lung Complaint, that it is entirely mmecesaary for as to recount th evidence of its virtue, wherever it ha liee-a . ployed. As it has long been in constant a a throughout tliia aeoiiun, wo need not do more thaa . assure the people its quality ia kept up to th beat it ever ha hern, and that it may be relied oa ha do for their relief all it has vr been found to do,' Ayer's Cathartic Pills,- ...... WarJ OtJaaJfo..-J"!" CotlircneM, JaiuuUce, Djfpeptui, Iniigtrtiimi IhjUcntery. Foul Stomach, Btytfpebu, HtnJmtk, Pile, )l'ienmitim, Eruptioni and Skin fi'trottr. Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Tetter, Tumors tmi Salt llieum, Urorn, Gonf, Neuralgia, m ' Dinner Pitt, mid for Pm-ffiing th Blotd, They are aiignr -coated, so that th most San at- , live can take litem pleasantly, end they ar th' best aperient in the world for all the porpoae f a f.imily physic ., Prios 23 cants per Ear; Fir bus for $L0V Great ntimWrs of Clergymen, Physicians, Stat-'; men, and eminent personages, have lant taeil names to certify the unparalleled nsefulnes of the ' remedies, but our space her will not permit th ' insertion of them. The Agents belsvr named fcrv nish gratis our AMBUin.vN A l.MASACin which they' arc i;i ven ; with also full description of th ahva complaints, and the treatment that shoald bt hi-' lowi d for their cure. ! D not be put off by uaprineipled dealer with?' Ihrr preparations they mak mora profit Demand A vku .-., and take no other. The sick want the best aid there is for them, and they koald h've it. m? . -T-. - All our remedies are for sal h ' ; Window GIa33 4& Putty. FRWiKLIH Itick Oiaaa. a fresh aural Jul rw.j.l by t'rtAKLkta B. SWIFT. - )rt.Hi. I r .-! t. .. . T:L0IIIMISL md Haveto-k Extrnct", nrv p l. Almond nnd Viaalla i. P.-rfimes Winn or lav inns; llfhli-r S. slinmil.acant'Hl Toilet S-p, .te., I.VI. Forsalaat BWIT. aleratu.B. L'iJR a goad ar icle ol Sslerstu eall at A. TEA, COFFEE AND SUGARS SMJPERIOR articlea, at O stx-trr. BUY HOWE'd SEWING MACHlNl BUV HOWEM SEWING ' MACHIMl' FOR FAMILY UdE!- , & - if . - tew,..-.- - ;V ' buy hope's sewimo maqhimat f or family uses - . , BUY Howe' Se wine Maehite for Hana fietnrlng ptrposesl Bay Howe' Ewlag Ma- - cbtna for ManuttcturtPf rnrposcl - , .-i BUY HOWK'S SEWISG MACHINE FOK LBATR BUV HOWE's SKW1.VO MACBI.IJt WO LSATaT. ' . , , '.;.: , jsa. wo.KK.-fj ;, ,; ,- v;;; Tb'Oriirinal Hawi Sowing Machine, tba tntwew. Ini Maeriloe Invent" ln lb world, invested ia 1MV baa more modern iraprovamenu thin any other Ma chine mado. It cm Mom Tack. Fell, Gather,' Wtta ot having to adjust any talnv. Ail Hewloc Machine claim that they ran da 0 -h earn aaaehla ati klndaof work. Tblsls not -a HoarMaehle I' th oo'y Machine extant that t. a same Machla Ik competent to aaak Magi Keffl.ng,- Stitch a Lie' Kosom.and make t Heavy Ovorcoatj aad da wort? thrt wii , . ,l ' ' Bear tha Exaivination. of 600&' wn.d jsv Tbemsnrjl-atarerof this long eatabtlahod Btaehlni has Invented several Important ImuMvements which reader the How Sewing MaVito -f 10 iij maeh of a wonder aa It was wba Mv. How irat lorre- da4tbBwlag If sea la tat.i t as, or rraaiicsl Sewing. 5 Tba beat. Heraeaar, Feller arid Tutlier fa the world attaehed to every Machine a.d It Hans alt width. The t'yliader Machines us a needle a- . half lit also of any otbaraiachla for lb) sain els thread, w, lis outer nuia aiva many veas. neadattanr, but this I aslt It makes th chines uo better, at II w ask I 1 1 th eorOnioaiiv to xsmtit tor thsraselve and let tb MaeBln speak1 . for'ttaeif. " '- ' - - Call aad look St them at the "tnra ol '-','. j 1). at. SOStBRVlU, AgW ' j Hvana. Jaly 0. Id6t. , . - - ' ' " Special Notlc. " , ; THB nndjraigned ba Jae! retnraed ttnnx I'fe east.: arn tnavkets, and hobbnugbta ra arid walt seteclsil stook of alt kinds, af Dry Codavan a , bought theat all for CaM li.tbprasnt war pr -e, wiuld say to my old friend and customers tuat l.i' an I will sell food eteaper thaa rer,a xpeua sA H.,Mi.il tnn I MM.M hlfj. .. Befbr parehsslug, pleas call at Ward' Cum a' t!..Kand Haads Pav Star and t k a tone . ,. . 1.'H" .. ! "wW 4bisolamnosoaeustoiart varo'st;bp Is 1 May l,l-ly ij a Si' H-M AM Vi Aa, i