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SATURDAY . EVENING, JAN. 5, 1801.
LOCAL MATTERS.
The AJanis Express Company plates us dally
under obligations to it for the Tory lattNt papers
Irom the eastern cities.
The Ainodcan Eipreaa Company has our
tim.ks tor its daily favors in the shape of the
vury litteel eastern papers.
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Docroa GKjRot B. Winship. "Aoorn" write.
to the No Yoik Spirit of the Timet, that three
weeks ago, be called upon Doctor Windjhip, at
his residence in Roxbury, Mass., and found him
practising trials of strength, which were truly
wondrous Among other extraordinary icats,
which be exhibited to "Acorn," was lifting
nineteen hundred and thirty-four pounds! ' This
was accomplished by putting a large, and, of
course, very strong iron chain over the shoulders;
the chain was covered with flannel to prevent it
galling. '
"The Djctor raised the weights about oue
foot from the flior. ( which Is laid on the ground)
of the bnilillnff in which he practises. The
Doctor's strength seems to lie in his shoulders,
arms, chest, and back bone. The muscles ol
bis shoulders and fore arms, look nearly as large
as "those of a finely developed horse, while by
commit practice, they have become to harden
ed and firm that they feel tondinous. His chest
is deep and wide, and be iuforms me that it
continues to expand.
His weight is aDout one hundred and forty
five pound. He possesses extraordinary pow
ers of enduiince, as well as wonderful physical
strength to lift. He will travel all day and
nlgbt, and in the evening deliver his lecture on
Physical Culture; and after give his Illustra
tions. The only disadvantage or inconvenience
be experiences, is, that it interferes with his
practice, and consequently, he is cot, while
travelling thus, at all times, in tho full posses
sion ol his uttermost physical power. But a few
days regulcr practice euables him to regain it."
Kici.vr Arrivals at the 0. P. The follow
ing convicts were entered at the Ohio Peniten
tlary on Thursday:
From Muskingum County Wm. Casey, coin
vtcted of assanll with intent to kill, sentenced
for 4 years; Jacob Mathews, murder In the sec
ond degrer life. Hamilton County Clement
Lauyee, burglary 2 years; John Answiter,
burglary 2 years; Levi Ellis, forgery 3 years;
James Roark, uttering and publishing counter
feit bank notes 3 years; John McElvay, msn
tlangater 3 years; Juhn W. Burch, having in
possession a counterfeit plate 3 years; John
AfcCarty, grand larcony 3 yetrs; Ferdinand
King, perjury 3 yere; Joseph Walton; grand
larceny 1 year; Timothy Shay, grand larceny,
2 years; Michael Scaley, malicious stabbing 3
years.
One of tbe convicts, James Roark', is so far
gone with consumption, that ho had to be car
ried into the prison.
Chance for a Union. Leap year is past, but
here is a chance which any young lady, who
chooses, can jams at The lolloping advertise
ment appears in tho Clarksburg, Virginia,
Guars':
"Wantiu-A Wifie. A -yuung man, aged
about 25, o rather prepossessing appearance, so
far as be has beard an expression of opinion by
bis friends, of fair business habits and moderate
means, and of respectable standing in the com
munity, is desirous of establishing a "HEART
UNION." With that view he would like to
open a correspondence and enter into negotia
tions, witb some interesting young lady. She
must be intelligent, handsome, end of respecta
ble connection. Any youotf lady answering to
establish
K. B.
Clarksburg, Va., Dec 28.
Alt. Uisnett give oo. of hin inimitable
performances at Clrclcvllle ibis evening. Tbe
progv-axnme consists of a melange of mirth, or
atory, eimicry, fugluble delineations of char
acter, amnio debates, interspersed witb wonder
ful linitacions, which are everywhere received
with unbonded applause. .On Monday and
Tuesday evenings next, Mr. BtiaNrrr will ap
$eHathis city, and give those humorous and
mirth, inspiring entertainments, for which be is
o jist!y celebrated. See his advertisement in
another eo'umn. '
ET Col! Nvma recovered his mare "Lady
Rockey,"this morning, about one o'olock, A.
M. at the .residence 'of Etq. , Williams, some
two miles north ol New Albany, near the line
of Franklin and Dt-laware counties. The thiof
who carried her away bad abandoned her and
the wagon to which ehe was attached, before
daylight yesterday morning, near the residence
of Mr. Williams.
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ID Next Tuesday is the Eighth of Januaryt
the Forty Sixth Anniversary of the Battle of
; New Orleans, when the Old Soldiers hold a Con
,'ventlon in this city.
.DkowNiD. A son of Dr. vVaogNHAij.of Lan
caster, tctfu or eight years of age, while ska
,ting on the Reservoir, on Monday last, slipped
through an air-hole in the ica, and was arowneu
IT Madame Varum Jams gives a concert
Dayton on Monday evening. .. She will soon be
i .4 in r.niiimhna. as she will come
flVCIUUWCU VVw ww.- . i
a devotee to the union ana us giunuus u8
Caw Hall Preaching .The Rev. BsAnrosn
Hxllsr will preach in the City Hall to-morrow
afternoon. Services will commence at nan-
past three o'clock.,, -. ' " '
Doluc Dotton gives a levse at Lancaster on
Monday evening next
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Thin. However, that Is neither here nor
there: she went home to breakfast, and had
. sbarcely caught the lull flavor of her first sip of
toe. when the servant passed her a plate oi ois.
onlt. the sieht of which, to say nothing of smell
Immediately threw her into riolent hystcrios.
"Oh!" she exclaimed, in an agonizing tone of
voice, "take the horrid things from my sight."
This sad spectacle would have been prevented
had the, cook used D. B. DeLand & Co.'s
Chemical Salcratus, instead of the worthless,
Impure stuff which did find Ha way into that
otherwise noacefal and happy bousenoia. u. n
.1). Land & Co., Fairport, Monroe Co, N.V.,
.make a perfectly pure and reliable Saleratus.
.It can be procured of most dealers In groceries,
and at wholesale Irom tho grocers in large
. towns, and of the manufacturers. r ., ., ; A
' Advice to Lamia. We are aware there sure
.man of: oar lady retderi who are complaining
of weakness and debility. Onr advice it) to go
.at once and get some of McLean's Strength
,EiNa Cordial and Blood Purifier. ,' It is a de
illolous Tonic, and just the thing to strengthen
-and invigorate the whole' organization, and
JPoRiff the Blood. . ': See advertisement in an-
lothcr column. u '" i ; . ' . , , ,-
, ' " -f.!J,
Saieratoj in Absolute Pirviction, James
fyl peculiarly manufactured Dietetlo Saler-
tus Is the only pure and perfect article of
ilnd In existence. Let those who doubts ana
due, compare, and prove. ,..Depot, '. 345. .Wash
loeton Street, New York."' Bold by grooerl
AA.,hA,a.
D : See advertisement of - Prof. Miller's
Hat Invigorntor In" another column.
'ExotuiNT.-Hafeyouyrt tr.sd Guernsey's
BalmT If not. wby not? Hare yoa doubts re-
trardinn Its efficacy. One application of the
garding its efficacy? One application
Balm will not dispel your doubts, but will, at
the time, remove soreness and Inflammation.
After this, don't be without it.
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
From Washington.
Wamiinoton. Jan 4 The National Fait dar was uli.
served here with more than Sabtath solemnity. Thoie
was divine lervioe Id tho various churches, and tho hall
of Representative! wai crowded to liehr an address by
Chaplain Btcckton, on the present state of the Union.
Numeroua wtatera membtrt of tho Virginia Legisla
ture arrived hero yesterday and to day, on their way to
Richmond. The General feeling expressed by them la
that tho Legislature should Immediately enact a lav.
calling a State convention, andpaas adeclaratory resolu
tion ainst coercing a seceding Bute. The Virginia U.
8. Senaiort and some of the Kepresentatlves from thit
State, are also agreed upon these points
Curry and Pugh. of Alabama, have left for homo, and
others from the same State will follow next melt, whils
members or other prospectively seceding tjtates art mak
ing preparations to take their departure.
Tho Republicans held a caucus to-day. Eighty mem
bers were preient, There was a desultory debate on
national questions air. uowara, 01 such., was Chair
man.ard air. Colfax, of lnj.. Secretary. The omend.
logs were private.
Huff Green has Just returned from a visit to the Pretl
dent elect, lie comes back greatly encouraged. lie had
a tree, frank and satisfactory talk with Air. Lincoln,
upon the great questions disturbing the country, lie
Informed air. Lincoln, that unless some mode of adjust
ment was made, that all would be lost, lie has high
hopes that something will be done by Mr. Lincoln's friAn,t.
here. .
Washinotom, Jan. S. On ennulrlng at the nrooer
quarter, it has been ascertained that before June last. It
being found that the army at the several arsenals were
not proportionately distributed, and that the Southern
anenalt were quite deficit nt in those supplies, a distri
bution was made for equalisation only, and for no other
object.
They were principally drawn from the Rprlogfleld ar
mory, and the arsenals at Waterrliet, N . Y., and Water-
town, ASMS. '
The secession troubles. It Is known, had not been com
menced until after the distribution was completed. There
remained a preponderance or arms at tbe North.
Lieutenant General Bcott was envao-eri until four
o'olock this morning on business connected with his de
partment. The Republicans were again In caucus to day, their
object being to agree on uniform legislative action.
The arrival of recruits from Philadelphia for the pur
pose of being drilled at the marine baracks, at Washing-
vu, u,i uccu mngaiucu imu uuuuo importance.
The rumor which prevailed that the sloop of war,
Brooklyn, had been ordered with United States recruits
to Charleston, has been pronounced false by official au
thority. Mr. Ouvhes. Postmaster at Charleston, has written to
the Postmaster General, that he holds himself responsi
ble to the Federal Government for the revenues accrue
Ing to his office, for the present, therefore, the postal ar
rangements will continue unchanged.
The Inaugural Address Gov. Blair of Michigan.
igan.
Errmorr, Jan. 4. Gov. Blair delivered his Inaugural
message to both Houses of the Legislature at Lanalng.
yesieraay. in uisoussing national affairs he denies the
right of secession, and in alluding to the preient position
of South Carolina, says: If It could properly be done,
I presume the country generally would be willing to let
that restless little nation retire from the Conferacy for
ever; but that cannot be without admitting the right of
secession to exist In all the States; this done and no gov
ernment remains to ns, but only a voluntary association
of States, dissolvable at the pleasure of any of them. If
South Carolina may of right secede, then may also New
l ork and Louisiana, and thus cutting off the free way of
the entire northwest to the ocean In both directions.
The doctrine cannot be admitted. Self preservation.
If no other reason, would compel us to resist -It. He
elaima thnt tht Constitution of the United States It not
compact or league between Independent sovereign
States. On the contrary it Is a foundation of government
established by the people of. the Cultel States as a
whole, perpetual In its character, and posseislng all tho
elements ol sovereign powei, and nationality, lie denies
that personal liberty laws have had tie enect to prevent
the execution of the Fugitive Slave Law In a tinglt In
stance; but whenever an appeal bad been made to tht
Courts to enforce that law It has been done In good ralth.
He invites Judicial scrutiny into the legislation of
the State, and Is willing to ahlde by the result, but Is not
willing the State should be humiliated by compliance
witb the demand to repeal these lawa, axomijanled with
threats of violence and war. He concluded by recom
mending that at an early day tht Leglslaturt make It
manifest to our representative! In Congress, and to the
country, that Michigan ts loyal to uie union, me coneu-
lutlon.and the laws, and will defend them to tne lutler-
L.tf JS,J- JV,?h.
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pose.
Maine—Inaugural of Gov. Washburne.
Boston. Jan. 5. The Inaurural Message of Governor
Waahburne. of Maine, to the Legislature of that State.
gives an encouraging view of the material growth and
prosperity of the State. He recommends conciliation
and forbearance, and tokens of good will toward tho
South, which no criminations should be allowed to inter-
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respects we may hava been wrong, at tne ouertngs
which, at food men and patriots, we should lay upon the
altar of our country, and In doing tuiw
to mti. ,.., mot on jot or tlttiaof the principles
affirmed v the people at tne rvcont election.
We will stand bv the Constitution or our ratnert, the
Constitution as it It, or makt no compromises Ibat would
involvt at in tht unlit of moral treason, and Justly ren
der us the loom or mankind.
The Governor devotes a paragraph to the subject oi
Partrfnal Libert bills, recommending the repeal of any
statutes which may be found to be either unconstitutional
or Justly regarded os offensive, but quite plainly imply
ing his conviction that Maine is not really a transgreisor
in this rtspect.
Delaware Legislature.
W awixoTow.Dtl., Jan. 3. Tbe Legislature cf Dela
ware met at Dover on Wednesday, and organised by
choosing Dr. Martin, efSuisez, Speaker of the Senate,
and Mr. Williamson, cf New Castle, Speaker ef Its
llouse.
Hon. H. Dickson. CommirsioEer from alias., was re
ceived to day, and addresied both Homes In a strong se
cession tptech, taking ground In tavor of South Caro-
l!ra. aa.) in favor ot secession, ana inviting Delaware to
Join in a Southern Confederacy.
tie Claimed tne ngni to seceae, aua saiu u mcy wre noi
allowed to do so, war was inevitable. Theepeech of Mr.
Dickson was greeted with applause ana nines.
After hit ipecoh, the Bouse tdopted unanimously,
tht following resolution , in which tht Senate concurred
by a majority:
Itfolvcd, That having extended le lion. H. Dickson,
Commissioner from Mississippi, the ccurtesy due him as
a nepraieniailTO oi sovereign oiaio ui uie iuuiiuvim-
at well as the Htate be represents, we deem it proper and
due to ourselves and the people of Dels-are to express
our unqualified disapproval of the remedy for the exist-
IngdltDcultlet suggested by tht resolutions of the Legis
lature of umiislppi.
Massachusetts—Inaugural of Gov. Andrew.
Bostok. wat -
Mt tn.fUv in tit Laalalahir. Ilia financial atatament
ahowi that 137,700 art to be raised by 8 ate tax, te oev-1
mAtnltm In nrvtftua voara. The Sffffrerate amout t of I
taxable property In Ihe Bute, is ,807,725.330, as In- 1
r .h .ni 5(1 urcini. In ten tiairi. I
The enrolled millili of the 8tate exceed 155.UUU, wnue
the active militia are but 5,000. - I
The Governor tuggesti that a larger number be pitOM I
jn sn active rooting, mat me bum may oe lowy io ceu'
tribute her share of force lu any exigency of public dsn-
g4r
The Oovernor favors the tbolltion of the death penal-
ly, aud a change In tbe statutes on marriage and divorce.
The personal liberty law he believes strictly consti
tutional. The right of a person to claim an alleged fu
gitive would always be subordinate to tht original, lode-
leasaDie rigni oi every ireeman w aia nocriy. xiv ,ug-
mils tha suhiect to the wisdom of the Legislature.
Of the secession question he treats at tome length, to
Ihe effect that the people of Massachusetts respond In the
words of Jackson, the federal Union must be preser
ved." -. . .
IIaRRISsuso, Pa., Jan. 4. Appearances strongly In
dicate the election of Mr. Cowan as United States Sena,
tor. Wllmot la bis strongest opponent.
The antl-Oameron men await the arrival of Mr. dure
anxloualv
Congressmen Bterrit, b.nnngerana mornorton, ot fa.,
lierrn, avuungrrana moruoioim, ui ro.,
are htre one commission to p unmade the Republican
membeiiof the Legislature not to pats an sppropilatlon
to arm the militia. .
Mr. Sterrlt expressei a dount at to tne appointment ot
'tt&'c they -FSSFiOTJ
promise of tht .ppolntment under Mr; Lincoln', .igna-
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He asserts positively that no Cabinet appointment, for
Pennsylvania nad eeen ansoiufiy ueicrminea en. ur.
Lincoln withes to reflect the Tie wt of hit f ritndt in Psnn
svlvanla. and will appoint none lu whom there It not
confidence personally and politically! at he can belt
Judge from expressions made from this State to him.
veiegaiet io unicago ana outer leaning nepuoncans,
protest against Cameron t appointment.
Pmasscaa, Ta., Jan. 4. Business In this city Is
universally suspended, and the churches all thronged
with people. Ills decidedly the most solemn day over
witnessed In the hlstorr of Petersburg.
At Richmond, Va., the day Is being dully observed.
Many of the discourses delivered at the churchei were
verv eloautnt and powerful. All of them earnestly In
voked the Interference of Dlvlnt Providence In the pres
ent difficulties, but expressed devotion to-the South, and
while war was deeply to be deplored, It was necessary
prepare for It for our own protection.
CtMCtmsaTi. Jan. 5. The Working Men's meeting last
night waa well attended. Several speeches were made,
tnd resolutions declaring that tht Union must
preserved In lu Integrity by the enforcement oi wo laws
In every part ef the Union, by whatever mains may
oMMsorwahthat a remedv for all (rievances can be had
under, the Constitution, and that ine only way to saieiy
and peace, li in maintaining it, ware passed,
,i I s asass s I '
Mobile Arsenal Taken by the Alabamians.
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Mosiu, Jaa. 4 Tht United States Arsenal waa taken
at daylight thl l morning by tht Mobile troops, without
resistance. The Arsenal contained alz ttand of arms,
1.600 barrels of powder, 300,000 round! ot musket cart
ridgte, and other aunltiont ot war. ,
, It is rumored that Fort Morgan wat taken last night,
Moans, Jsn. 4. Fort Morgan was taksa Ihlt tsora
lug ay irat MODHe troops. V J :-.iJ
, ! f ,t-.- Vff'-'V''P.
INiwTokk. Jan. 9. The National Fast Oar wu observ
ed lu una etiy by uie almost universal cessation oi Busi
ness and otherwise, In the mutt beoomlig manner.
Nearly all tht Churchei 'were open, and were well
filled, and la most instances crowded.
In Brooklyn the day was generally observed. At Mr.
Blether's Church, an Immense ongregatlon wes con
vened, and Rev. air. Ouyler participated.
la Jeray Oity the day was alas generally observed
Charleston Convention.
Charleston. Jan. 4. The Convention to-day appoint
ed delegates to the General Congress of the seceding
states, via :
Hon. T. J. Withers), L. M. Keltt, A. W. Boyce, R.
B. Hhett. ir..R. W. Barnwell, and 0. G. Memlnaer.
W. P. Slllls was appointed Secretary, to receive the
report of the Commissioners to Washington.
Fort Sumpter not Besieged.
Ciurlistok Jan. 4. All Is quiet here. lYlt lumpttt
has sot been besieged, as reported to-dsy.
Major Anderson was visited by bit brother. In company
with three gentlemen.
The understanding was that the lotervlvlew would take
place In their p-ieionce.
Movements of Gov. Chase.
SpRioriKLD, Jan. 4. Ex-Gov. Chase, of Ohio, arrived
here to-night, by Invitation of tbe Preiideot elect.
LbavikwortH, Jan. 4. All the available force at
Fort bcavenworth has been ordered by General Seott to
hold themselves in readiness to proceed to Fort Mcuen
ry at a moment's notice.
Ntw Tom, Dec. 5 Tht Oil Factory of 8. C.
Boeatoa
Loss
JsRro.,of Jersey City, was burned lastnlgbi.
S 10,000.
Charlcston. 8. 0.. Jan. 4. The South CarollnaCon
vention adjourned at 11 o'clock this morulng, subject to
the call of the President. C9
Ntw York, Jan. 5. The steamship Fulton sailed at
noon to-day for Southampton and Havre, witn a passen
gers, and e'J D7I. The steamship City of Manchester,
also tailed for Liverpool with 120 passengers.
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Master Commissioner's Sale,
OeoigeM Parsons; Ex'r of
Samuel Parsons, deceased I gale by o Court.
William F. Brocket al. j
BY VIltTtJF OF AN OHDEll OF SALE
to me directed, from the Superior Court of Franklin
county, Ohio, I will offer of sale at tho tloorof the Court
Ilouso in the city of Columbus, on
Saturday, the SGth day of January, A. D 18C1,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p.m.,
the following described real estate, situate In the county
of Franklin and State of Ohio, to wit:
1. Lot number 13 of the subdivision of survey No
13fc8. Virginia Military District, in Jackson township,
Franklin county, Ohio, as said subdivision is recorded
in the plat thereof In Book vol. 17, page 124 of the re
cords of said Franklin county; said lot No. 13 being tht
same conveyed to said Wm. F. Breck by Wm. Miller, by
deed recorded in Book vol. 40, pp9. 33 and 384 of the
records of deeds of said county, containing 108 acres and
lit square poles, In the following subdivisions, at platted
andsurveyedby W. W. Pollard, on the 30th day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1650. vis:
S. Subdivision No. 3 nf laid lot. commencing at a
point In the centre of said Turnpike Road, S. W. corner
of subdivision No. 1 of said lot: thence B. 89 deg. .
with the 8. line of said subdivision No. 1. 8. Mtleg. K.
Jli 60-100 poles to the S. K. corner of subdivision No I:
thence along the B. line of said lot No 13 8. 1 deg. SJ
mln. W. 20 50 100 polea; thence N. 80 deg. W. 117 30
100 polet to the centra of said Turnpike Road; thenca
along ita centre N. 33 deg. 30 mln. Id. 34 OO-loO poles
to the beginning, containing 20 acres.
3. Subdivision No. 3 of said lot, commencing at a
point In the centre of said Turnpike Road, . W. corner
of subdivision No. 2 of said lot; thence S. W deg. E, with
the toutb line of said subdivision No. two 8. t)9 deg. E.
117 KO-100 poles to tbe 8. K. corner of laid subdivision
No. 3; thence along the K. line of aald lot No. 13 8- 1
deg. 5.1 mln. W. M OS-1 00 poles; thence N. 89 deg. W.
133 poles to the centre of aald Turnpike Road; thence
along lu centre N. 32 deg. 30 mln. I. 3013-100 poles
to the beginning, containing SO acres.
4 Eubdlvlsion No. 4 of said lot, commencing at a point
In the centre of said Turnpike Hoad, 8. W. oorner of
subdivision No. 3 of aaid lot; thence with laid 8. lint of
of laid subdivision No. 3 8. 89 deg, E. 132 poles to the 8.
E. comer of subdivision No. 3; thence with the E. line
of aaid lot No. 13 8. 1 deg. 55 min. W. 23 poles; thenre
N. 89 deg. W. HO SO-100 poles to the centre of aaid
Turnpike Road; thence along ltt centre N. 3 deg. 30
min. E. 27 poles to the beginning, containing SO acres.
S. Rubdivialon No. 5 of aaid lot, commencing at a
poiat in the centra of Mid Turnpike Road, 8. W. corner
of subdivision No. 4 of said lot; thence with the 8 line
of said subdivision No. 4 8:89 deg. E 140 50-100 poles
to the 8. E. corner or subdivision no ; inenco vim tne
K. line of said lot No. 13 8. 1 deg. 55 min. W. 29 poles
to a stone 8. E. corner of said lot No. 13; thence N. 89
dei. W. 10350-lOOpolettoattaktlntoeoentre of laid
",,,. r,h: thence alone Its centre N. 32 deg. 30
- l3IH.le.toUs. beginning, containing So acre.
.n,i lsanuare Doles
II. The following sarta of lota Nos. B and D of tht
tame subdivision of the samt survey, being the share of
said William F. Breck In said loll Not. 8 and 9. aa as
signed and let off to blm by tht superior Court of Frank
lin county, Ohio, at Its May term, 185R, In a partition
made ef said lots between htm and his wife Elisabeth C.
Breck, to wit: Lot No. two () or said partition, com
mencing at the N W. corner of lot No. 1 of said parti
tion; thence 8. 57 deg, 30 min. I. ICS 80-100 poles to
the center of tbe Oolumbut and Harrlaburg Turnpike
RencI '..ou of id roadXtW
mln. K. 35 polet to tne B. B. romoroi 101 an, J oisua
srtltlnn; thence N. 57 deg. 30 mln. W. 190 polet tn
- comer of said lot no 3; uience b. i aeg. ju
41 pokl to the b.-ffonlnf,, ovMliav oo
mln. W
1 mod.
Aim, lot No three (3) or ,ld partion, commencing at
the N. W. corner of lot No. 2; thence 8. 57 deg. 30
min E. 190 polea to the centre of the Columbue and
Harrlaburg Turnpike Roadi thence along the centre of
said road N. 32 deg. 30 min. E. 51 poles to tbe 8. E.
corner of lot No. 4 of said partition; thence N. 57 deg.
30 min.W. 2:2 00-100 polea; thence 8. 1 deg. 30 mln.
west C2 50-100 polet tn the place oi ocginning, contain
ing 69 teres, 2 roodt, SO polet.
Burxiivitons or loirio, j.iappranvuaniuiiuwi.
Subdivision No. 1 at e-io liu per acre
Subdivision No. 2 at S40 00 " "
Subdivision No. 3 at HO "
Subdivision No. 4 at 00 " "
HiiMlviilon No. 5 at 143 00 " "
Lot No. 2. containing 39 acres, together with the iteam
law mill, 19,750.
Lot No. 3, containing tw acres, ai w uu per acre.
U. Yf. HUfcsaiAa, oueriu,
dcc2?-r11lw4w. and Master Commissioner.
Frinter's fees, lib 50.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
0. .Bsrrlnger's Ailmlnittrators,
Suptrior Court
n 1 Tlnnnnlr. fttat. )
T V VIHTtlEOF Art UKUiiat, ur sai,u
rt riirMtai from tht Superior Court of Franklin
nhin. T will offer for sale at the door of tbe Court
Honje, In tht City Of uoiumuua. uu
, . .. . Tnnarv A D 1BG0
Thursday, the IOth day Of January, A. V. 10UU,
hetween the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o clock P.
M.. the following described premise, uuir m nnmnu
County, Slate of Ohio, to-wlt: The three equal undivid
ed fourth parlt of all the lands, tenements and water
power leaned by Wayne Oriswold. acting mtmberof the
. . n .. . .it . . . a- m..I.H.n U...nwa anil I.nrln
Yerrfngton by lease bearing dale May let, 1854, together
is aos oHi ni as ii n 1 1 so. vv nrae. lis uuitsiiau xhii iius' t saw avavt eo
improvement! and machinery on aald lands and of the
...nar,jn..nri.ath.eunto belonslng, and of all the rights,
with the undivided inree-iouriuparw oi m. ..,Uw.u,.,
benefits and privllegei whatsoevtr secured by laid lease
m HtH ti...a. Tha nremisesabove referred to are situate
0n the Oolumbut Feeder ai me iocs commoniy auuwu ,
Fisher's lock, and said premises are commonly known at
the Columbus Mills
lerjolomt.ns nuns. ,
T.m,. nfaal one-half cash on day of sale, one-fourth
In one year, and one.fourth in two yeart, bearing Intereat
at 0 per cent., delered jiayroenU lecured by mortgage on
premises.
jipnraiseu ,v.
m n Tho remalnine undivided ont fourlh tart oi the
property will be sold at tne tame lime auu jjiacc, auu ay
on tht same terms.
Appralsedat,,, nDJFMANigh,tllf
dec7-dltw4w. . and Master Commlsloner.
Sheriffs Sale.
Elam Drake
vs.
Superior Court.
Ell K. Williams.
WwV VIHTI K OK A HHII VI a-I. KM.
15 to me directed from tho Superior Court of Franklin
i - .i.. j.. ,i,. nnnrt
County, v., i w'o" "'"'t" - "
Houie, in the cily of Columbni, on
I Saturdav. the ota flay Ol January, ra. sou,
S"J?!Sl J ""V0". " to, foVnane
I iu"F. - - L7V,.!i. . j t.hn..n
l.. n r inm, in l r in uu uiuuui auu v
I s"""e - - -. . . n.-ij n.iia'a
xuruuiKv ."""I r . .
.V'"1'" :.. " " .i.hf to aald SOU acre
traot, thence South, inirtj;-iwo ana onw su ruu.
...i nfir,,lSfl. 100 rods, thence north
OIU1 irec, --" -7 , ..
alxtyand one .naif rpu., lJV.'".:, . Y.;
and 30.1UU rcas, inencesouui i " . . . , , ,
with said Turnpike roaa io uie urgiuoiug, minnn
teen acres, more or less.
Annralsed at ,w per aero.
Pme"tVee.150. U. W HIIFFMAN Sheriff,
declfl'.ltdeMW y ' "'r"
BALE BY ORDER OF PROBATE COURT,
Michael Klngery.AdB.'r d btnU no
of Jamet Farrit deceased,
vs.
a. ..V v.. mm mt nj. '
IV VUHSUANVeOF THE OUDKUOF
I
the ProbateOonrt ef Franklin county. Ohio, on
h Wftart lu Ito 0, Ool
lllZX. the'fonol. rebW.at:
Hh
be told to me niguv., u.uu.. ,
ttiepwpert of James Farna, ueeeas.o,tuu..u uunwn
rownsnip, n,n.. "- ."V, "IT ", ,,:
lot is in-iownsnipi Dn. " .. -...-..
lands, and bounded at follows: Minnwf "i'0;".:
eaat earner of said lot, tectlon and towosli ip; thence 1
50:27 chains to t post In tne line oj ne tnun anu auca
trtnortheatt oorner; wenceaouiu a
and black locust, at Tucker's southeast eorntr;
lucuco
...llMi:ir7 ehalna to a poatln the line of the section;
thence norta 8:07 obalni to ' btglnntog, oonUln.ng
dowtrTAVpr.'
I on day of ssle, H
4iiu acres, more or leas: free
as per acre; terms in nana
I and balance In two yean therefrom, secured by mortgage
on the premltet.
MICHAEL K1NQKRY.
Admln.'rdtcWs won
deoT7:4tw.
.Ju. Ferris, deceased.
ALEXANDRES KID CLOVES. -an
aim and colon lust ontmed at BAIRB,
dec. 11, BO. pouin ailgu ire"i
a TT , V. .
THE MARKETS.
New York Cattle Market.
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 2, 1861.
LEEf CATTLE. -
Tlie market continues buoyant, and nearly all the dro
vers and brokers have been anable to obtain very full
prloel for anything approximating to fair quality, while
extra fat cattle hare found willing purchasers at prices
showing a slight Improvement upon tht rates current
on neanesusy last, ii it ut opinion oi u pnnL-ipai
rovers mat receipts ounng me winter, irom me wes
tern States, will be llahler than usual, but they also ex
press the belief that. In view of Uie large corn drops
wrougnout most or those states, a mucn larger quanti
ty of grain will be fed than usual. In which case tht In
crease in weight will counterbalance the decrease In
numuers. int quality ol ids oneringt now coming in
would seem to verify these predictions, for Ihe averaae
quality la much superior to that of any of tht fall months.
wnue the greater proportion or uie ouertngt are good to
prime. There art but few of au Inferior quality now
coming forward, and for all there are on aalt every week
thare are ready buyers. Tbe weather wot very favorable
for a good attendance, and nearly all tht fraternity were
on hand at the Washingtonyard, though quite a number
werr distributed among tbe down town yards.
At Berareu Hill, on Mondav. there prevailed a eood
demand lor all kinds, and the salee were to a fair extent
at our quotations below. The range of prices this wetk
was from scSvi(S)10a. The utter however, was an ex
treme rate, and but few cattle were placed at over 9Xo.
the average price was about 8XSJKo. per pound. Tbe
sales at Allerton't reached 3,17 head, and at all the
yardt, Including Btrgen lilll, on Monday, S.eOl bead,
against 2.754 head. All tht receipts found ready market.
and the yard! were nearly all oloscd at an tarly hgur of
ueaay.
The total receipts at tht different yard! for this wetk
and last week wer as follows:
AfUrton't Brownino VhamtorUtri O'HrUn'i.
This week.. . 17S 1S4 41 14
Last week.. 2 098 5d 49 45
The current prices for tht week at all tbe markets art
as follows'
BEEF CATTLE
First qu'y per owt.-S9 50910 1 Common 17 ti&B
Ordinary do 8(09 Inferior 0 257
COWS AND CALVED.
First 150380 I Common
130340
631)
Ordinary.
40CU50 Inferior
TEAL CALVES.
..4X5c.
...44a0.
OH'i7Ko. I Common....
5,aio. Inferior..,,
First, t ,.
Ordinary....
SHEEP AND LAM 09.
ts um oo
. 4 01X35 00
. 5 004 5(1
. 2 7V5 25
Prime quality, per head
Ordinary
Common
Inferior
8W1NE.
5)i05Xc.
. 4H(Ol5c.
first quality
Other qualities
. . MILCH C0W8.
Tht market It steady, with r fair demand for ordinary
grades, and active Inquiry for good to prime. Tht de
mand for extra oowi for family use Is also good, ind some
few were sold at extreme prices which afford no criterion
for the market. The range for common to good Is as
above, and almost the tntirt number were placed at these
rates.
Tbe receipts stall Ihe yards for tht week and last week
were as follows;
Alltrton's. Sroxcnma's CAamlerlln't O'BrUn'i.
This week.. ..SB 39 VI 93
Last week. ..12 18 . 2S SM
VEAL CALVES.
The market maintains the improventnt prtvioutly
mentioned, thoush tht demand wat only moderate, ex
cept for ttriotly prime. In tbe fact of light receipts. Tht
aggregate receipts ror tne week are sm head, and the
wholo number found buyers at our corrected quotations
above, with occasional sales at out side prices. Tht total
receipts at an tnt yards lor tne wcet and last week wen
at follows:
AlUrton't. Brovnina't. Chambtrlin't. O'Erlen'i.
This week 160 33 23 20
Lastweek 190 18 21 CO
SHEEP AND LAMBS.
The receipts were universally light, and. ai a natural
consequence, the market waa very animated, while ex
tremely high prices were Insisted upon. The demand
was good, and holders were thus enabled to obtain an ad
vance, to which we conform our quotations above. The
oOeringe told at fast ai they arrived, and only a few
were in tbe pens this morning Tbe total receipts at all
Ihe yards for the week and last week were as follows:
AUtrton't. Browning'!. Ctambrlin'4.0'Bfian't.
Thlt week.. 1.300 2,859 2,112 1.032
Last week.. 1,718 5,034 2,750 1,08
SWINE.
Tho receipts continue amnio, but with a continued
fair demand prices are supported. The offerings wtrt
generally of a fair quality, and found ready purobaers
et4Jc. to 5Kc, Including slill and corn fed. .The
poorer kinds of com led realized about 5)(o.
RECAPITULATION.
The total receipts of cattle of all klndt for tht week
were at follows;
Sheep and
Calves. Lambs Swine.
250 1,300 12,010
B'vei.eXJowi,
At Allerton't,..
Browning's....
Cbamberltn's
2,173
28
134
41
14
460
2PI1
8,751
39
21
23
33
23
20
8.259
2,113
1,032
O'Brien's,....
tfergin
Total receipts
111
6.703
9,307
12.010
12 511
Last week....
298
ntCXIFTS SY TBI Saw VORK AHB SRIC aalLKOAS.
Cattle 1,030 Hogs 7,059
Bheep 1,000,
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Jan. 3.
FLOUR reeeinls ara 5 01(1 1,1. U marL-x mlAw mnt
...... - " - TT- " a aa iiai u lor super
fine state; S5 50s5 05for extra state; e3 30je9 for
superfine western; 1550(3)6 00 for common to amdlum
extra western; $5 eOSi 90 for Inferior to good shippiug
RYE FLOUR-steady at 13 25S4 10.
WUEAT receipts are 414 bushels: market aulta firm
with moderate export demand; sales of 00.000 bushels at
I 30 for prime Milwaukee club; II 35 1 33 for winter
red western; 91 50 for while western.
RYE quiet. I
BARLEY dull; talet of 3,100 bush BUIe at 6iX j
,1. i.
"""L..
COil rectlpu or 3.700 bush: the market opened
ivoojr, OI1U UIUNU UOHTJ', win ui iiu.vw uusa as ruoyiw
for mixed Western, in store and delivered.
OATS dull at 30S37 for Western. Canadian and
State.
POBK-qulel and firm; sales of SOObbli at 118 BTfor
mess, and IS 50 for prime.
KREr dull and unchanged
CUT MEAT3-dnll and heavy.
LARD ttnui sales of too bbls at 10M21GKO.
BUTTER lu nmittd request at 10A lie for Ohio, and
ittoszuc tor state.
OHSESE-tieady atftSlOUc.
WUISKY-wllhont material chinie: talei of SUU bbls
at 19 waiUVo.
gurrsja steady imt dun, jji nags; w nagi Java ai
103.
SUGARS quiet: 103 hhdt. Cuba told at i iSK, and
'.rounds. N. O. attic
W0I.A88ES uulet.
bTOCKS lower and dull: money continues plenty
and ratet favor the buyer; Southern exchange closed
firm; 0. St R.I. 57: J. O. scrip 79).; 0. B.fcQ.67X;
Readies 39K: Ilarl. prefered 38: lirle33K: Pac. Wall
t9X Canton IS; O. Si I. 35; O. fcOh.ouMi M. B. IS;
do quoted 31; Uav. 15; Hod. 40; N. Y.C.7DK; D.
Muu.ea; xenn o s7d; Ud.7u; va. 7(i; ual. sw; n.
V. State 't til 100 do 7's at M ItKK. Dud. Uti.
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Jan. 4.
FLODR-ialosof 80 bbls ohotct extra at 15 00, and 40
bbls douhle extra white at S,50. Rye It nominal at
$:t 503,75. Buckwheat li worlh 3,S5S,50 ptr
Iwt.
WHEAT firm: illci of 3 cars on track at tl and 1 d
at 81.01.
CORN very qalst stSdc.
OAT8 ealt of 1 car en track at Sic.
BAKLS K sales of 100 bu-h at 6Uc
BOOS active and firm; aalea or 55 bead at $5,75.
LARD sales of 3 ken ne at Do.
BUtTBR very dull at 10o for Central packed, 18c for
do roll, end 1331140 tor W. . do.
OHE 8E dull at a rango of us10e.
EQ03 sellina at 15c. . ' .
POULTRY scare; Mlllnf at B8tfor Chicken! and
Turkesi.
SEEDS Olover Is steady tt 14,50; Timothy remains
Inactive and nominal
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Jan .4.
,
ff HE AT wai In fair request, aud it requires nothin
extra in quality ef red to bring i; then were no aaltt
atfiuj.
CORN tt 35c on etr, tn nuik.
OATS at S7o In bulk.
BARLEY at 75o.
RY E at WWHM. art stead and in fair demand.
WIIISKV wasnottlvenaprlct lor to-daya market,
bnt will, doubtless, ue nxaa to morrow at He.
HUGOS. Hud a very zood market, aud prices eeneral-
ly advanceu iuioo sy owi. peiien appearmcre oaan
to have obtained this advance than an, -not. the reeST-
to have obtained tuts advance man any stnot toe recov
erf beaan and now mat so tor soon nogs nasoeon reaca-
. ,. . . . . . . . .
ed. they seem to oe quite wen saiisnea io sen. vi ooureo
ed
ii,.m.m
1 there are soma wno are striving lor a nignsrngure, .us
thalr efforts are asi vet entlrelv unsuccessful, Tht arri
vals to-day art llshter than were expected, but there
It aaid to have beon a considerable number detained
aiationt on tht railroads, because of s lack of transport
ation facilities. Frlcet tow may be quoted at ranging
S P5 te 0 for to heavy with a very
Cin. Com, Dec. 5.
ihe
wm
west
.1
one,
ot
.
ofojooMaojsassaaassssvovasssasssaoMasssssso oaioi
Master Commisaioner'a Salo j
Philip ghtpter
TS.
l Superior Court. , P..
a n niii. ns. et. al
- - . . . . . ta taat aasra asrv ear, a, fa Mm. so
nTtiKiiisvrari wxaastcta wsr ajaaui.
l" to no directed, from the Superior Court
of Franklin oounty, Ohio. I will offer for sale at tht deor
of the Court House, In lbs oity of Columbus, on
Tburtday, b 3lst dsy of January, A. D. 18C1,
between the hourt.f lOjlock A. M.,snJd e'c.ock
'o"owing deribed pr5mtes.lt.U1 On. ndl
wMed fourth part of the following traot or pareel
-- rruln .,,, ,,,, ,t s burr
' . , 4, . , 1 . . , , -. . I
nd two elms In the Wttt line 01 Jonn uiara 1 Burrey,
,.M ias noles bouth from the Norih-west corner
of said turvey; Ihence North with the original line,
?' Morlh.wt come, of said surrey: thence
- "-- - . , .cko .a lmM chr,, 4
,,. th.nce South SI polw
u ,., ,h.nr. onth
T'T .....V- VZ Z
4-BSfr.
Appralsedat U per a.
acre.
t), W. HUFFMAN, BherttT,
decS6:ltdA4tw.
Printers' fee 4 SO
and Master Commlstltnir.
WINTKH lleLAlNKSi
WINTBR DeLSINBS,
- WINTBR DeLAINKS.
Mew ityltssndTery cheap at - - ' BAI'
nOVV4, : .x i no. hs eouia taignan-o,
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NEWARK MACHINE1 WORKS,
NEWARK OHIO,
Manufacturers- of all kinds of for-
table and stationary Steam En
glnea, Maw mills,, unit Ml lie,
dec, oVo,
LAMABODLSTBeaUm! H. F. BLAND YBuiitnl
J. B. DUTALL BmUntll COLUMBUS
MACBlfX CO. Beattntltl BRADFORD
A CO. BtatmlUll
Oar Portable Eogine and 8w Kill
Wat awarded the first premium of 950 at tht Indiana
BUtt Fair for lc60 over Lane Bodlay't on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Eniiine waa awarded at the aama Fair
tht flirt premium of 1AJO.
Our Portable Engine wat awarded the fliat premium of
100 at the Fair at Memphis, Tenn.. over Blandy's Du
vall's, Columbus Machine Co's.. and Bradford fc Co'a..
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
for price ana terms sauresi
WILLABD WAKNER, Treasurer,
do6 dfcwljeols. Newark, Ohio,
IMPROVED AMALGAM BELLS
FOR CHURCHES, &C.
American Cast Steel Bell Works,
122 MAIS STREET, CINCINNATI, OHIO.
November 15, 1860.
HAVING: recently made very great Improvement! in
what laoaUed "Amalgam Bells." I beg to call at
tention of corporation s and Individual! who may want a
bell, to the fact, that for 10 cent! per pound I can furn
ish good belli for any purpose, mounted in superior sty Is
and warranted for twelve months. Terms, cash, or ap
proval note, payable at Bank, with lntereatand exchange
auaea. nemuitnces oi money ny express, must be in
funds par at Cincinnati, and the carriage prepaid, as the
above price, for tbe qaality of bell here spoken of. ad
mits of no drawbacks or discounts. Address
WM. H. CLARK.
Americsn Cast Steel Belt Worki,
dtoe wem Oinoinnatl Ohio
Maliogaoy Saw-Mill
AND
BEDSTEAD FACTORY,
19S Pearl Street.
nOIEWOOD, MAHOGANY AND
Al Black-Walnut Boards and Flank of various thick
cess: Mahogany aid Rosewood Logs: Mahogany av
Rosewood Veneers; Zebra wood Veneers; Black-Walnut
and Oak Crotch Veneers; Line-mottled Mahogany; Walnut
and Oak Veneers; also, plain Veneers, at 2c. per foot,
for Frame makers; Flano and Oabinet Mouldings; also.
Mahogany and Walnut Bannisters and Newel Is, all sixes
and patterns; afohosroar itand-nail Bluff for Stair-build,
art; Spanish Cedar for Cigar Boxes; cut and aawod Book
ing for Pictures and Looklng-glaas Frames. Also,
M men ropiar, in larga quantitiet; Lignum vitas, well
assorted for Block-make and Tan-pin Balls; also, cut
Walnut, Mahogany and Rosewood Veneers
Having built a Bedstead Factory adjoining my Mahog
any Saw mill, which is now In operation, I would re
epertfully Invite the trade to call and examine my as
sortment of Bedsteads, which I offer for sale at low ratet
nd warranted a food article.
UBNItr ALBBU.
Ivll.wfim io p,,i .,,. ninrinnati nl.ii,
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
VrnUt Rtwt. Rfitvariiiin StatA ftnrl Tnnm.
'
npiIR OLD OAHBUQE.
X SUOP Is still running, and although (
tne pressure or late years hat set neamy '
spon her runnlnr rears, the It still turn-"
eg tut those splendid PUTON8, ROCKAWAT8, and
PRINCE ALBRRT'S BHIFTINQ TOPS and NO-TOP
BUOOIKS, OARRIAOK8, KXPRkiS, KKRLETON,
DKMOOIIAT and QROCBRT WAOON8, SMALL OMNI
BUSES and BACKS. Twenty yeart steady manufac
turing has given our work a wtdo-sperad reputation
through the South and West.
We therefore deem It unnecessary to say any thing mart
in regard to tnt quality or our work. e watatuT
tvxRt VmicLa. We can sell suod Tor Buaant from
llsi5 to Vi0.
Dealers can be furnished with any amount of work at
ihort notice, and at prices lowtr than can be bought any
wnert in tnt nest, second nana uuziti ciken in ex
change for new work .
U.y'Hepalruig dons neatly and at short nolire. Fae
tory on Front, between State and Town streets, Colum
bus, Ohio.
JLrAII communication! will receive prompt attention.
aug. si wiy E. at. Williams ts uu
HENRY TOW,
Wholesale and Be tail Dealer In
Foreign & Domestio Cigars,
and Skst Shawm
Smoking & Chewing Tobacco.
Also, lbs Dtst quality of BKUFF'B constantly
on Hand.
ICTCountry Merchants art Invited to call before por
chasing elst where.
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bet. Main and Bycamore,
noTl w6m CINCINNATI, O.
LEGAL K0TICE.
iriCIIAEL COLEITIAN, OF THE
lU. State of Indiana, will take notice that Sarah Cole
man, of Franklin county, Ohio, Executrix of John Cole
man, deceased, did. on thaSOlh day of December. A. D.
I860, file her petition In the Court of Common Pleat of
aald Franklin county, against the said Michael Ooleman
and Catharine Uarbaugh, Jasss Harbauga, Borah Miller,
Kmanuel Miner, . mm meeier, Jamtt ateexer, Jonn
Coleman. tllsa Ooleman, Thomaa H.Coleman and Sam
uel Plats, defendants, letting forth tht execution and
probate of tha will of aald John Ooleman, deceased, and
the appointment ana qualification ot said plaintiff as
exaoutrlx of the same, and making a copy of aaid will
part of said petition, and praying that the dower of said
plaintiff, widow or said dtctaent in tne lands in tne win
mentioned and ordered to be sold by her. hereinafter de
scribed, lie eel off to her. or If more to her interest, that
isvsurisiiiior uiii,i iniiiiii.
w) out oi ine procoeas oi sisia lauas.ana inai an oi uio
lands in taid win mcnuoneainerem.oraerea ny ner io oe
neia ana soia, to wii: mw one 1 1; ana swo ij in vow-
Dult Addition to Winchester, In said oounty, and the
I adjoining farm, known aa part of North mat quarter of
section thirty-one (31), township Sfieen (15), range twen-
Ity (20), containing seventy lour (74) soresi also, twen
ty (SO) acres of tbe South-east quarter of section thl rty
(30). township fifteen (IS), range twenty (20), be ordered
to be appraised and told by the aald plaintiff at Executrix
! as aforesaid, upon such terms at te tht Court shall teem
right, and saldplalntltr ordered to matt legal ana proper
conveyances of said land to the purchasers thereof,' and
that the proceeds be distributed by saia puuntin scconi-
i, to tna terms of said will, as the tame sliail be con.
itraed by the Court, and that the Oourt do oonttrue the
aald will, and granttuch other relief as shall
"jCTt't! unlet, he, the said Micha.l Cole,
to ,d petition, on or before the
rignt
eman tnswer
lilth day
I ,.... A.D. lftiil. ih. same ai to him will betaken
I - ' , - .
as confessed.
d. tt. BMiTit, uiers
decSl:0tw.
GUERNSEY'S BALM
rawertei t we
PREVENTS I
I 1 ar..w . " " "T
XV flammaUon and .pain, and. heals the worst bam,
or fresh wound of any kind, rrerenta
twelllng and pain from bet stlngt, moso.ulte bites,
i I'l.nuM
poisonous piante, Btnraigia, rneumauam, ague in
breast, nit rheum, etc. When taken Internally, It
positively cure croup in children, ana gives immediate
reueimuie wont two v i wis vorrioisi oosnpiainti
removes hoarsen eat and son throat. Prlot, Si cents
bottle. Should be In every house. Pol- tale by
gtats ana Bioreteepert. isvui eruna,
j Bolt Proprietor, No. lBpruoettpJIew Torkt-J
b
: ' 1 1 1
of
No
and
will
aiao.
a
Draf
:
Dr. J. H. ZIoLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and -Blood
puiupiEit,"
Thecrealett Bemedyln The World.
, AND xm
host EKXiaoua
AND
DELIGHTFUL'
CORDIAL
EVER TAKEN.
iT III STRICT
ly a tolentlfie and
Vegetable Compound,
procured by the distil
lation of Boots. Herbt
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Barsaparilla, wild
il unerry oars auu vsa
dellon enters Into Its
'"savvy .,. i in,- n.
The en- a n,. riui.i
nefflW! Tfllflnsltire active
remedial liter lUJUIIg.
- - - - -----rr
prlnclple of each Ingredient la thoroughly extracted by
my new method of distilling, prodrwing a deltelonj. ex
hlleratlng spirit, and tbe most INFALLIBLE remedy for
renovating the diseased lystem, tad rat oring the tick,
suffering and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH and
BTiLJCNGTHo
PIcEiEAN'O STRENGTHEN INtl COR
DIAL Will effectually ears :
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUNDI01
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Ditemsee of the Kidneys
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or 8tom
ach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Plies, Acidity or Sick
ness of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to tht lieed, Dull
pain or awlmming in the head. PalwUtlon or tne Heart,
Fullness or Weight In the Stomach, Sonr Bructatlont
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down, Dnraess
or Yellowness of tbtSklnand Eyeo. Night Sweaufln
ward Fevers, Pain in the small of the baok, ohest or side.
Budden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful
Dreams. Lana-nor. Deaoondencv or any Nervous Dlaeaae,
gores or Blotches on tht Skin, and fever and Ague (or
Ohllliand Fevtr.)
Over a Million of liottlee
Have been told during the last tlx months, and in no In
stance has it failed In giving entire satisfaction. Who,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility when MC
LEAN'S 8TRENQTI1ENINQ CORDIAL will ewe yonl
No language can convey an adequate Idea of the Imme
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
tlilt Cordial In the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous syittm, whether broktn down by exoest, weak by
nature, or impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
organisation la restored to lie pristine health and vigor.
JHAHUIEO PERSONS,
Or olhert conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean I Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the tvstem: and all who may hare Injured
tnemseives by improper indulgences, win una in uie cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy .
To the Ladles.
McLean Strengthening Cordial
It a sovereign and speedy curt for
INCIPIENTCONSCraPTION,WHITE8
Obstructed or DlfBoult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, railing or the
Womb, Oiddinsss, Fainting and all Disease! Incident to
Females.
There is no Mistake About it.
Suffer no loneer. Take it according to Direction!. It
will stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate yoa sad cease
the bloom or health to mount your cneex again.
Every bottle It warranted to give eelisrecuon
rOR CHILDREN.
If your children are sickly, puny, or afflicted, McLean's
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
not a moment, try It, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
flACTtow. Beware of Drngglstt or Dealers who may
try io palm upon yoa tome Bitter or Barsaparilla trash
which Uicy can buy cheap, byaayins It Is just at good.
Avoid such men. Ask lor McLean t turengineninguor
dlal, and take nothing else It Is the only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly ana at tne tame time
strengthen tht system.
One tablespoonful taken every morning fatting. It a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent diseases. It Is pat ap In large
bottles.
prtoe only 11 per bottle, or 0 bottles ror vs.
I. B. McLIAN,
Sola Proprietor of thit Cordial,
Alto McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment,
Principal Depot on the oorner of Third and Pine streets,
Et. Lcnfs. Mo.
McLean's Volcanlo Oil Liniment.
The beat Liniment In the World. The only safe and
certain core for Cancers, Piles, Swelling! and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakneei of the
Muscle, Curonlo or Inflammatory Rhtumatlsat, Stiff
neaa of the lointa. contracted M use lea or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Bpralnt, Wounds, Fresh
Outs, U leers. Fever Sores, Caked Breasts Sort Nipples,
Burnt. Scalds, Sort Tboat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
no difference bow severe, or hoar long the disease may
have existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment it a cer
tain remedy.
Thousands of human beings have been saved a life ot
decrepitude and misery by the use of this tnyeluble seed'
cine.
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, aud It wll
cleanse, purify aiid heal tbe foulest sores In an Incredi
ly short tims.
For Horses and Other Animal.
McLean t celebrated Liniment It the only safe and re
liable remedy for tfceoare of Spavin, Ring Bone, Wind
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swellings. It
will never fail to eure Big Head, Poll Evil, Fistula, Old
running Borea or B weeny, If properly applied. For
Bpralnt, Bruises, Scratches, Borei or Wound!, Cracked
Iltels, Chafes, Saddle or Collar Galls It It an Infallible
remedy. Apply It at directed, and a cure Is certain In
every instance.
Then trifle no longer with the many worthiest Lini
ments offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will cure yoa.
J. II. ITIcLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
Oorner of Third and Pins Streets, St. Louis, Me
For tale by all druggis't.
For sale by ROBERTS ex SAMUEL.
ausaS-dJcwIy Oolumbut, Ohio.
MRS. WINSLOW,
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents
to tne attention oi moms re, nor
SOOTHING SYKUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which a-reatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening tne gums, reducing an innammauon vni i aiiay
ALL FAIN and spasmodic teuon, and is
STJUE TOUESCLATE TUB BOWELS
Depend upon It, mothers. It will give rest to yourselvet
aid
RELIEF AUD HEALTH TO Y0TO ERFINIS.
We have nut no and told thlt article for over tan years.
and CAN SAT. IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of it.
what we have never been able to say ol any other medi
cine -NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A H1NULB INST
ANCE. TO EFFECT A OCitK, when timely used. Nev
er did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one
who used It. On tbe contrary, all are dellahted with ltt
operations, and speak In terms of oommeudatlon of ltt
magical tnecit ana meaieai virtues, vve speax m mis
matter 'WHAT WE DO KNOW j" after ten years' expe
rience, AND PLEDGE OCR REPUTATION FOR ME
FULIU.HENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In
almost every Instance where the Infant la suffering from
pain and exhaustion, seller will be round in tuteen or
twenty minutes after theSyrup It administered
This vmJnahle nraoaratlon Is the nresorlntlon of one of
the moat EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NCRtfBB In
bew England, and hat been nsed with NAVV Eft FA1L-
laaBUUUBBBln
THOUSANDS Or CASES.
It not only relieve! tht child from pain, bnt invigor
ate! the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and-gives
tone and energy to tbe whole system, it will almost In
ttantly relieve
GRlFiRO 15 THE BOWELS, ARC WIND COLIC
and overcome convulsions, Which, If net speedily reme
died, end In death, we believe It the llKbT and BUSI
EST REMEDY IN THE WORLD. In all cases of DYS
ENTERY and DIARRHOEA IN CDILDREM, whether
It arises from teeth Uie, or Item any other - cause. We
would aavto ever mother who haaa ahtldsufferlDefrom
any of tbe foregoing oomplatnta DO NOT LET TOUR
FKBJUVlUEB nutl TUB fHKJUPlUKS OF Ul'HIHB
between you and your suffering child, and tbe re
lief that Will be BU HE yes. ABSOLUTELY BUKH to
I follow the use of this medicine. If timely used. Full di
jeeUon, tor using will aceompsny each bottle. None
MnBlna unless tht facsimile of CURTIS St PERKINS
J),w York, Is on tha outslda wrapper.
Sold by all Drugglats throughout the world.
Prlnclpstl Office, 13 sjedar BtrcelN.Y.
PRICE ONLT 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE,
oclS7-dfcwly.
Master Commissioner's Sale .
GusUtuj Swan't Executors) i''-
ts. . auptrior conrt.
DatdamondO mry et al.
IV
V VIHTIIiiVI' AN UHUrSH OF SALE
to me directed from the Buverlor Oourt of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of Uie
Court House, in the oity or comment, oa , t i
I - .i.ncl. J t v . t .or.
1 ; - :
I niinrnHT. L I H zmn UI1V UI J BUUStT. OV. I 1RHI
between the hourt of 10 o'clock a M.,an d 4 o'clock tt
tl e following detcrlbed real ettatt sltuatt Id the county
of Franklin and state or ur.lo. and elty of Uolamba. to
wit: lot No. leu, to be divided, iry u line, to begin on tbe
front lint of the lot. 31 fret loath, of the northwest corn
er; thenct eestwerdly vi root ou a line parallel with tne
north ana toum nnet oi ine tot; utenoa noriuwara'y
feet on a Uot petal It I with the east and wttt lloee of tbe
I : - - . . ... ... .. ..
; .?!?"Sif f? x?0. ,k1 ,hLi.
the "'" '."JTL J "'.n XZTJf
a oil.. oiaaallKl tti f-hss ataa anil WMaat lltorS-ea nf ttiaB
I... tLaa u.t...4l. .. a llMttssaiy fStlili Ksa aarws-ih
3k
t .
1
IDIi IAtJIIVtICIIkWaiU7 VM I"W r-l-rv, "
fAnri .tath llnM of th lot to tht tiflt linf, thereof .
'itoWslsti.s (rli.'V U . cteetAsrt
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By State Authority.
rh.a .wnat.ot.. -, A .Jf t .. v.V . - ,-,
CHOICE FIR8I CLASS INSURANCE, T tlA
jETNA INSURANCE CO.
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
incorporated lain. Charter Perr-etaal.
OAU OAriTAI, .
01,DOO,OCO,
met iiarrs,
and the prestige of 41 years' tuoetti sod tiperlsiMw,
INVESTMENTS OK
8100.000 in Ohio SecuritiM.
" 9 ' "
AULotiet tquitabty adjusted and pump tly Jstf.
Tht largest lots ever tuitalned by any Insurant
Company at one Are In Ohio, wat by the Sat. at ChlihV
eothe, in April, lP&S, and aaaountad U illt,Wl7c7,
mostly paid i-rior to 30 days after the fire.
tosses paid In Cincinnati daring the past six Fear,
me73.48.
Property Insured against the
DANGERS OF FIRE AND PERILS OF
INLAND NAVIGATION.
Especial attention given to the Insurance of
vnaaaiflus any lana rauraail,
nmrivuna inn ainu .ab.b.v
Applications reoelved and Policies Issued by
FREDERICK J. FAT, Agsst,
OFFICE IN CARPENTERS' BUILDJNO,
7
11T South Hlg-h atroet, Colnmbne.
seplSdtmls
Fire and Marino
INSURANCE AGENCY.
-s33tna Insurance Co.,
OF
HARTFORD, CONN.
Capital and Surplus - - $2,014,142.
North American Fire Insurance Co
OF
HARTFORD, COtfS.
Capital and Surplus - - - $351,084.
Norwich Fire Ins. Co.,
OF
N0RW10H.00NN
Capital and Surplus - - - ,$222,228.
Lamar Fire Insurance Go-,
OF
NEW YORK CUT.
Capital and Surplus - - $348,049.
Providence Washington Ins, Co,,
OF
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
Capital and Surplus - - - $345,786.
WESTERN MASS- INS. CO,,
OF
PITTBFIKLD, IJaB3.
Capital and Surplus - - - $206,926.
' Policial Issued without delay, on all descriptions of
property. Losses equitably adjusted and promptly
paid.
FRED'K jTfAY, Agent,
OFFICE IN CARPENTER'S BUILDING
117 South High St., Coliitubus.
seplS-dim-ls
Dwallinxa, Household Fnrnltnre and
FARM PROPERTY
Insured by the
ETNA INSURANCE CO,
OF HARTFORD, C0IT5.,
For one, three or flro years,
ITjAT TKRT LOW BATlg.JTI
Cash Capital $1,500,000.
NET ASSETS, $2,014,142.37.
Apply to
FREDERICK J. FAY.Aosmt,
Office in Carpenter's Building,
No. 117 South Hlh SU '
C0ITJMBTJ8, O.
iepU3Mmlt.
PRICES REDUCED
Ff mn M,. M..I ..b 1
As all carries tnanufacturlrt Sewine Hechlneeareub
Heed Io pay air. Howealioenae on each nunhlnt sold.
and are a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, at to the number told, hit books girt a carroot state-
men i. rrom ante rename soarae we nave ontaiata tnt
following statistics. Of the machines mads la the year
1859, then wore sold,
By Wheeler A Wilson 91.3U5
' I. M. Singer A Co 10.8&1
" Graver A Raker U).8St
Showing the talet of WhrelerA Wilson to be devUe
those of any other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums t the
United Slates Fairs of 16W, UjB and 1S0O,
also at the
Ohio Slate Fairs of 1BS9 and 1880;
and at nearly all the Oounty Fairs In the State.
Our nriees. at Ihe late redaction, are as lots as tuiv
loci sltcA machine now told, and bat a tittle higher than
the Interior (sea tAread cAata ItsoA macAtnts, sew
forced upon the market.
The WHEELER A WILSON MACHINE matt I the
Look Bticii the only one which cannot be raveled. It
It Auttt os Both Sinxa of tht goods, leaving no rtdV or
cAatnonlh4 under tide.
AU fliocAMee var'afued S yean, ana sVitirvotYon
given In their ate, fret of charse.
tt. uuaar.ci mgn tt... uommnns, v. .
WUTSCMNBR A C0
dec3-!awd3mfcw6m Pike's O) era House, Clacuuiatl
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES KAIL
BTEAMJ3RS
to and rKoin
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, MontreaJ, Quebec, -
' and
NEW
. The Montreal Ocean Steamship Cotapeny'i first clswt
full-powtred Cljde-hullt Steamtrs tall every tsASo
tar star from PORTLAND, carrying the Oanadlst sad
United EUtst tlall and pattengers, , s - -
NOVASCOTIAN Capt. McMaiters,
BOHEMIAN Capl.ttraage,
I .U T-II U r TH V fl.n,. RArl&nft.
CANADIAN Copt. Orahaaa, (
NORTH AMKRI0AN.. Capt. Alton,
ANOLO-8AX0X Capt. BalaDtloe,
niBERNIAN.
NOitWEOlAN,
Elterttst, Clieepest andQalckrst Oen
TtrAstce f ram
' AMERICA TO All "ARTS OF STOOPX
Will tall from LIVERPOOL ery Wetlneselay,
and from QUERH0 ererf "atarttar , oailiog at
LONDON DER&Y, to receive en board and seed Halle and
ratsengvro, au sua (i im inMwi o.ra bvv.mhw. ,
Glasgow passengers are furnished wills rata aottag a
tickets to aud from Londonderry.
Return ttckett granted at reduced raets. '
a. mmmmwimnurA Sntooasi attaohoA SO took steamer '
Certlacatee issued for carrying to and bi inglngtut pas
tengen from all Use principal townt of Oreat Erllein and
,i 1 btbs WA8HISIOI0N HN Of AIUa FAOAlTd,
i iHi.M.it mnrtn rm in,, nw inn uu. v. p...wi",
lrelaao, as rtnucm raieo, " u !L .T. J.'.ri
I tMvlnar Liverpool every week. '
FOf ltiMm)tl
apply at tht Office. 99 MHtPA S ,
York, and IS w A.s wm .,
tt-, i J. n. ARMSTHONC. .
! no 10 lyd law ttatetmaa Offlte, Celaabut, Ohio.
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