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COLUMBUS. OHIO. THURSDAY EVENING. JANUARY 10. 1861.
'VOL. VII. NO. 185. NEW SERIES.
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D AILY . TRI-WEEKLY AKD WEEZIY
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FOBlISHlBa AHS PSOFBIXTOBI.
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By the Carrier, per week, U) oentt. .
eviv' - - - 8 OOperywr.
. , rnH advertising; by Utm aojuare.
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" !)"' bmor.ths 18 00 One ' wlt. gg
3m'-- Smooths II 00 One " iweok... B
One' 3mootb.'10 00 On. J-'.SS
One- llavmtU One V dears... -75
One-- I month. '' 5 SO One " 1 insertion SO
' . Displayed advei;t!nmenti half more then the above
" 'A!iveriliemenV leaded and pieced in the eolemnof
.WUl Notices," dxl( the ordinary rat.--All
uulloee requlreato be published by lew, legal rates.
. . II vniered on the Inside exclusively alter the first weak
per ceo:, moro.than the above raUe; but alleuob wil
' appeal in the Trl-Weekly without charge.
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. t(3 nail priee. i ,lxij.
All transUt advntUemmt mutt t paiifOT n
Weeklv.sime price ae the Pally, where the advertiser
..- . . ' I . Il l 'v.. Tkatlv anil WmiIcI
' are both uwd. Then the charge Itrthe Weekly will be
a." ineravaoi uh iimiy
No advertisement taken except for a duflnlte period
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
4 ornerSiriDj ac.Water Stsi.,
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Maonfactnrere of Brais and Oomposltlon Outlngt,
finubed Bran Work of all Doecriptlom.
Electro Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTING, &C. i'
Dr. J. B. Beanraan,
ALIi THOSE KEQUIRIWOTIIE8E1I
vice! ol a Doiitluil, and favorlni Pr. B. with thrlr
ptronK may rely on having eatlifaotlon (Wen. The
fee will be required on the completion of an operation.
felBoo four Doors North of the American Hotel, over
RudUlU's Hat Score.
DR. T. M'CUNE, DENTIST. ,
AOHADDAl'E OF THE PII1XADEE.
phla College of Pental Surgery, Is permanently
located In the eity ol Columbus, Ohio.
. Dental rooms No. 11 I. Town street, sear High, next
door to the f rankha liank.
Electricity nsed in extracting teeth, to relieve pain
Also, filling; and artificial teeth Inserted.
. srnms, , i
Attorney tt Xadxrsr
...... AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Aniens Unllding, opposite Capitol Eqnare.
Machine Manufacturing Company
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
Castings, mil-Qsarlng, Machinery.
Of CVKBT DtaCBIrTION.
COEUITIBCS, OHIO. ',
OBAS. AMBOfl, Nup I ' P. AafBOfV.Treas.
daoll. lfW tf
, i ; i - i i - - 'OF
, Millinery and Fancy Goods
t For Sale.
R II. WAUG WSJIJJLD UESPEOT.
e fully Inform the Cltisene of Columbus and Vi
cinity that hit Block or , .
FALL AKO WINTXB KULXHEBY
, is MOW OoairLm, , r -
Aud being partlcalarlr eleslrons of
. redaclus; bis stock Immedt
.ii atelr, Uo will Sell
. - FROM THIS DATE, AT '
CREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
. Ijadlos, '
, ..YOU CAN GET
Bargains! Bargains! Bargains!
Vk -vv By Calling; ,
.. S' AND
EXAMINING H1S STOCK!!
HE SELLS EVERY VARIETY OF ,
MILLINERY & FANCY COODS
; ;. TOUETHEIt WITH A . , , ,
Large Stock of Notions,
, ...,r liO, SC. -
HjPriccs msil and shall be' satis
1 1 1!
R E Ware's
Z BONNET ROOMS,1
ItO. 68 EAIl" TOtf B STREET,
' i i i' l;
M. It POWERS & BRO
" BlAXtM M WrOatlD AND B0M8T10 '
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No. it East Mats street, bstwita nifhand
the Poit-Omce.Colombus.Ohlo,- - oeM:dIa ,
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. 1 .'I 7. IAHOY DKUsa iltfei; I viiiU(i.
. We are sow s9eria oar Immtnte sleek of Isscy Press
BIUS at frlees less than ever before eejered l uis eity.
The sttratlos of the ladles of this otii aaA . violilty ki
aollelteS, si ear stock M Terr select and oonpiat. lxt all
trades of foods In tale line. PaTaabAlN, ,
norVi. ... . t - Ho. W Bonth High stnst.
rr medical Parposs.
PXTKX VBANVDIXS. WINE3, CORDIALS, AND WH
lis , from "Bonded Warehouse H ,
108 Beutb Ulghlltett. !
MALTESH THREAD LACE IQITT8
of slesant qualities for Ladles; also, Hisses' Mitts
In great variety at BAIS'P.
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A. P. STONE & O'HARRA:
A RE NOW HECEIVINOTHEIR Wllf
X ICa GOODS, and invite the publlo to inipeot
them. No such stock of Goods has ever seen brought to
this market. TheBoulh, in oonseqaence of the failure
or tne g rain crop, has not been able to purenase the us
ual quantity of rich goods, end this faotbas forced the
Importers to sell tnem at publlo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being In New York at these large sales, took
advantage of them, and we can and will sell our goods
nsre, at leas than any one who purcnaeea two weeks since.
paid for them In New Tork. Our stock If complete la
every department of
ELEOANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS, '
. DYED COBUGSj
ORLEANS, . -
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars ; Worth
.Bought in' One Day,-
At one balf the Coat of Impoitatlon.
1st all Varieties, of the Celebrated
itianafataro of C. O. Gns
, . thersj Son.
Hen's, Ladles sad Children's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Lad es. It esse and Children's Hosiery or all kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleecy Lined and Cotton Gloves
complete assortment of all the usual varie
. . CASSIKERE3, u -1 :.;.
.' ' ' . TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, ; '
.- RIBBONS, ...
J ; DRE33 TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Camoric Hand
kerchieft, Ac, &c.
...I ...i .i
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Show ibem toe largest, beet and ehcepeet stock of Goods
ever mi la this market, or pay Ibem one dollar per
hour while looking..
aeoi-euyiiiawitw. - - btunsi at u uitui.
GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
.m B. MOREHOUSE &; CO.,
.mi io Importers and Wholesale Dealers In " -
Brandies, "Wines, ; GinS ; and Begars,
bet lean te sail the attention of the elUsetn) el the rol
led States to their Pure Vines and Liquors, pat up un
der thenown supervision, tor family and Hsdloal see.
eases assorted to suit enstotners. Clube, Military snd
other pttbllo bodies, who require purchase In large or
smalt qnantltlee, In tasks or bottles, will be liberally
dealt with. , JPrics List sent en spplleaUon.
OLD MOREHOUSE . . BITTERS.
ReoottsMaelel sy the Bret physicians sa the beat reme
dy known for Dyspepsia. ZndlgestlOD. Deblllly, snd all
Nervous Diseases. As a beverage. It 1s pure, whole
Some, ana delicious to lbs taste. Bold by all Druggists.
.,j it a. vnninOTTRl a C8..Proo'rs. '
I'-. , .L.: .. ... ... .
3 t S Izobaags rises,' '
H.i-.j.fl. Jersey City, K. J.
t wUph 'ft ,ri .
men, s Local and Traveling Agents for their boose, to
linru waueemesiis n suecvtA . mvw iwuw
alara, addwss ae above. . , . ,. ooO(M3n
FUVOY E.19JEN AND 1LK. FAR- lit
new styles; tRlbbon Bound, Xztenslon ssd I
maw Ho. ra iosth High itreel
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Cattle street. Liverpool. SO and SI Poultry, Loodon.
Office, SS Wall and 81 Pine streele, New fork.
THOMAS MOODIE, Agent, Columtmi, Ohio.
Paid up Capital, Surplus
ana Reserved Fundi O,0n,585
Invested Inthis) Countrf over., goo, ui'O
Xearljr Kovenue, over 2,fiUO,000
ITTThe Shareholders personally responsible for en.
gagementeof the Company. All Directors mast be Bhare-
Directors and Sbareholdirs In New York;
James Brown, Biq., Chairman. Irancls Oottenet, Isq.,
I. M. Archibald, H. D. If. Consul. Eugene Dutllh, Ssq.
u"pn u.iiiara, 4r..,q. it urinnsii. juia.
Alexander Uamllton. Jr., Itq. B. V. Sanderson, Esq,
, . AUX, xliaiLTON,.r., Esqn
Oounsel of the Board.
Alfred Pnx, Eiq , Kesldent Seoretary.
Local Board in Cincinnati;
N. W. Thomas. Esq. J. D. Jonee.Erq. KufusKIng, Isq
luompson neave, iq. itoo I uaenanaa, Esq.
The snderslraed. Agent In this city, will he banrre to
receive applications for Insurance In the above Company,
AT THE C ITT BARK.
Be can recommend It with entire confidence to all desir
ous of obtaining protection against LOSS BY FIBB.
No Charge for Polidesj.
novl8-tf . MOS. MOODII.
Such artbles as yon dsefrs for your HUSBAND
Inch ss you ned for your WIPE.
Buchaisreproper for your DAUGHTER.
Such as your 8IBTER will praU yoa for.
luoh as your BROTHER can use.
Such si you want for H TBI ONE YOU LOVE BEST. I
Such as will be good for the " BUSSED BABY."
Such as all tk for,
Uay be found In variety, In ay sew stook of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
1 PLATED GOODS
And general assortment of
.. Fancy and Vssfnl Articles.
No. to Buckoro Blacb.
yillTE WHEAT, BRANDED . ' ,
From "Bareett Hills," Springfield, 0. the best brand of
Floor brought to our market. Satisfaction guaranteed,
for sale only at WM. MoDONALD'S, .
now 109 Bonth High itreel.
Ho) idav Presents.
ALICOS, DoLAINES, MEHINOH,
jHIHTZEa, DHEsiai SILKS', and all
kinds of fashionable
"Win tor XTrosjs) Good. .
we are now offering at very low prices.
i Bir.il nam,
deeSl. No. Silgouih Hlghitreet
Save Yonr Money, -y,
I AM NOW RECEIVING SCBSOHIP
tloni for all the elagaelnes aod Literary papers la
the country and ont of It; among the forsaer, the Cora
Mi!, Temple Bar, the Atlantis, Harper. Oodey Peterson,
Knlokerboeler, Eelootio, Bhwkwood, the Brltlih Quarter
Ilea, fce., o. Sabssrlbereeaa get theaa EAHLIER,
OHIArSRasd free of Poetess, by sending their Sub
scriptions through me. RICHARD KSNNBDY,
oecie - - 17 8Ute street.
,. Wtvtches aod Jewelry.
AFINB ASSORTMENT OP WATCH
es, Clocks, Jewelry, Silverware, to., kent constant
yon hand at i
M ; i B. KTRKPATEIOE'S,
No. IU, Sooth High Street, Columbus, 0.
nT watches snd Jewelry repaired.
GENTLEIVIEN'S NECK It,
, OKNILBMEN'S MROK TIE,
SBNTLEMEN'S NEOK TIES.
The nost deesrabls assortment In Ihe cllv and atunnsal-
V ww pnoss. . vi f , , PETER BAIN,
now. Ho. W South nith stmt.
T7LEOANT PLAIN BLACK SILKS I0R
m'i atvMt RualttM SAri H.nllu. M Dl.k
. m w, ..ivu inmmi
aodTsfwelstomateh, at BAJJt
Buys ... .
APPLESI APPLES! .
100 bbls. Choice Apples reaelfea e eonslrtment
for salt by MeK.I t RBBTIIAUJC,
N. High street.
H)t (9i)i0 Statesman
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Tri-Weekly, per ..er
Weekly, per yea
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Dissolve the Colon I Who woulj part
The chain that binds us heart to heart
Eaoh link was forged by sainted sires
Amid the Revolution fires,
And cooled oh, Where so rich a flood
In Warren's and la Sumpter't blood I
Dissolve the Union I Be like France
When "Terror" reared her bloods lanoe,
Aod man became destruction's child,
And woman In her passions wild.
Danced In the life-blood of her Queen
Before the dreadful guillotine I
Dissolve the Union I Roll away
The spangled flag of Olory'sday,
Blot out the history of the brave,
And desecrate each patriot's gravs,
And then above the wreok of years
Quaff an eternity of tears 1
Dissolve the Union 1 Oanttbe
That they who epeeuch words are fi '
uWtOodl did any die to save
Such sordid wretches from the gram
When breast te breast and hand to hand
Our patriot fathers freed ths land I
Dissolve the Union I Ho I Forbear I
The sword of Damocles Is thtre I
Cutbutahalrandearth shall knrw
A darker, deadlier tale of woe
Than History's crimson tale Is told.
Since Nero's cer In blood e'er rolled .
Dlsiolvethe Union! Speak I ye hills,
Ve everlasting mountains ory;
Shriek out I ye strsams and mingling rills,
And ocean roar In agony I
Dead heroes I Leap from glory's sod I
Aod shield the manor of your blood I
Bayard Taylor's Interview with Tennyson.
We take from the Independent the following
interesting description of a poet whose personal
appearances and traits are as little known as
bis writings are widely bred and potent
in their Influence on the new era of Eng
lish song. Bayard Taylor thus narratrs the
story of a delicious afternoon passed on the Isle
The servant ushered me into the drawing
room and took my card to Tennyson. In a few
minutes the poet entered, and with an utter
absoeoce o( formality, which at once made me
feel entirely at borne, walked up to me and
shook hands in the most cordial manner. Al
though knowing that it mutt be be, yet so dif
ferent was he in appearance Irom ail the pic
tures I had seen or beard of blm. I could
scarcely believe that I actually stood in his
prssence. Lawrence s bead does not give you
the slightest idea of the man. It is altogether
fainter, weaker, and quite misses the charac
teristic fetaure of his face a nose of royal
acqulline curve, as fine as that of Dante or sn
Arab sbelk. The engraving from Wooloer's
medallion in Moxon'a illustrated edition of bis
poems (which I had not then seen ) Is much more
In form and voice, Tennyson is a thoroueh
Englishman; in features, complexion and hair,
amediaval Italian. His presence impresses
yoa with a singular mixture of northern foroe
aod southern tfire. He is fully six feet high,
broad-shouldered and large limbed, yet with
black hair and eyes, a pale olive complexion,
full Hps and a black beard and mustache.
Power Is expressed in every feature. His voice
la remarkably fall and grand in tone, with a
little of that monotony which betrays a jnind
wttnarawaetra eotoroea inns owe speculations.
I tboald judge him to be one of the least
demonstrative or men, yet yoa. would nick him
out of a crowd of ten thousand as the wisest
man among tnem, before he opened bis lies.
After I had made the acquaintance of bis
wife, and two lovely boys of about five and
three years old, he promisd to walk along the
cliff. We climed the steep down and wander
ed weatwsrd along the sunny heights, while a
balmy wind blew direotly from the Azores, and
tne blue waves broke lazily hundreds of feet
below. Tennyson described to me the geology
of the Island; spoke of the great river which,
oeiore tne Atlantic ocean existed, flowed a
thousand miles from the west, and emptied
oerej uescriDea me iohsusoi tne ensile forma
tion: picked up thyme, and daises and ccnturv.
and gave me botanical information, touching
now and then an art, and poetry and law, and
religion, with a quiet earnestness that showed
tbst be was no superficial thinker. There are
few brighter afternoons In my memory. The
air was full of light, and the chalky headlands
gleamed like mow in the sunshine, and when,
at last, we reached the extreme head points ol
the Needles, Alum Bay, on our right, opened
its crescent pink, and red, and orange, and vi
olet tints the delight of artists.
Returking, toward evening, from a walk of
soma ssven or eight miles, be took me Into his
garden which was musky with, the breath of
roses. A large, trailing fig-tree, which, he
said, the artists compared to a blcakinir wave.
stood in the midst. W were presently sum
moned to dinner, where I met his seed mother.
hit brother, Mr. Horatio Tennyson, and his lis
ter with ber husband, Professor Lnabington.
Afterward we retired to plpts in bis attic study,
where Ihe words of poets of the past genera
tions were mingled with the smoke ringlets of
the fragrant herb. An after dinner conversa
tion is sacred, but I will tell ' vou a little incl-
dent which I then related to the poet. He had
been speaking of Dr. Kane, and regrottlcg that
be had not seen him during his last brief visit
to England. "I regret it too," stld I, "because
Kane had a little story for you Which I had from
blm, and will give yon la hie, stead. Dating
that terrible second Winter In the ice, when he
was obliged to invest all kinds of diversions to
keep np the spirits of his survived and famished
crew, he gave them the use of hie library. Oos
day he found the hardest and ioughest of bis
men one of the most sturdy Void sails who
never flinch at anything crying) over a book.
lie ioox tne dook out oi toe man's band, and
looked at the open page upon wqloh bis tears
were dropping. It was your -
'Break1, break, break '
At the foot of the crags, 0 seal"
During the conversation, Tennyson referred
to a statement then in circulation ia the news
papers, that his poems were written; under Ihe
influence of opium. He wss naturally indig
nant at the story. "I never tasted opium but
once," said he, "and that was at Cambridge, 'a
oompany with some College friends, alter read
me Us uuinoeys dook." i .
I returned to Freshwater at mtdnreht. bnt
joined the family at breakfast thenext pwrniog,
ana passea tne lorenoon on me lawn, oiaidethe
cedars of Lebanon in company with Tennyson,
and bli brother In law. In the depth and rich
ness of the poet's knowledge, I saw the evidence
of that severe and conscientious study, tithout
which there can be no perieot aeveiopmeit of
genius Petfa naeeifar. nonfit, ia not Wholly
true it should be Potta nateitur ft Jit. I
A Diplomatic Wedding.
On Thursday 'evening last (savs the Palla-
delpbla Press) the residence of our esteemed
fellow ottizen, cnaries nieeaiasier, ttq., xuio
Bprnce street, was the scene of a brilliant con
vocation of brave men and fair women. Taey
were assembled in honor, of the marriage of
Alfred C. Belghmanns, Secretary of tbe Bel
gian Legation at Washington, to Mies Lily L.
Macalaster, only daughter of Cbarlea Maoalat
ter, of this city, and Vioe-Regent of the Mount
Vernon Association lor rennsyivania.
Tbe bridegroom was acoompaoled by a num
ber of tbe attaches of the foreign legation at
Washington, and by consols' representatives in
other cities. The bride was magnificently
dressed in white awe, with Brussels vail and
orange blossoms. -Tbe bridesmaids wore white
tulle, trimmed with bows of violet colored silk,
wreaths and corsages of violets, with snort laifs
vails fastened gracefully under the plait of tbe
nair, tne coquet generally wrreopvauing m ooi
The assemblage of ladies sad csntlemen in-
eluding most of our local dignitaries, judges of
the courts, leaders of society, clergymen, to
gether with their fsmiliee, were attired in ex
qulsile taste especially ibe ladies; numbered
over two hundred, and tbe arrangements for the
reception were conceived and conducted In tbe
The marriage ceremony commenced with the
reading of tbe civil contract, In French, by Mr.
Blondeel, the Belgian Minister at Washington;
according to the laws of bis country, wbloh was
signed by tbe bride and groom, and witnessed
by Senor Don Taessra, tbe Spanish Minister at
Washington, and Biron Oraoow, tne Russian
Secretary of Legation, on tbe part of thegroom,
ana By uisries Macaiester, jr., ana J. w. Wal
lace, Eso . on the Dart of tbe bride.
Miss Maoalester, who looked extremely well,
Is well known In Philadelphia for ber numerous
obarities, lor ber Intelligence, and more par
ticularly for ber energetic and unceasing en
deavors in oonnection with Miss Psmela Con
ntogbam, to dedicate tbe borne and grave of
Washington to the people of tbe United States.
After the reading of the civil contract In
French bv the Belgian Minister, the Rev. Mr.
Shields, of this city, performed the marriage
ssrvice according to the Presbyterian form of
our country, and tbe happy twain were men in
dissolnbl united. Tbe cirtlflcate was snbse-
quentlyjwltnessed In writing by all tbe members
or tbe family and the relatives and friends pre
sent, among whom were many of our most dis
tinguished citizens, Including Rer. Dr. Du sa
chet, Rev. Mr. Wlloier, justice Woodward,
Justice Soarswocd, Justice James Thompson and
Juatice John Cadwalader.
The ladlea aud gentlemen who acted as brides
maids and groomsmen were :
Miss nsrrlet Lane. Senor Don Tassara.
Ml,s Hopkins Baron Orabow.
Miss Klssim...., Consul Kortrlght.
Miss Eane Senor Don Ytllalba.
Hiss Lewis Dr. Fancoast.
Miss Paul Count Reese.
Mies Wurts Richard Corbla,Esq
The supper took place at ten o'clock in tbe
picture gallery of Mr. Maoalester. It Is Im
possible to deicribe tbe elegsnce, taste and
splendor of tbe entertainment. Tbe bride cake
and icea were set out in tbe dining room, and
the large company were regaled daring the
evening with exquisite musio- They separated
at an early hour, wishing health, happiness and
long life to the newly wedded pair.
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tbst caimoT ran, to '
; 0? ALL I
Advertising In the WEEKLT STATESMAN will Sn
. It advantagoas la
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow aa extensive dlssemui
atton of a knowledge of their business
AMONG COUNTRY DEAXEB8 I
ADVERTISEMENTS INTENDED FOR
The "Weekly Statesman
Should be handed In before Friday noon.
WM. KNABE & CO..
TIIFIH NEW SALEB-ii n i, .
IX. ROOM, NO.
" ' ' II f I II
NOS. 1, 8, 5 and 7 N. ETJT AW STEET,
Offer for eale their celebrated
Belni hlihlv recommended hvthe Sr.t PrctMwra tnA
Musical Amateureor the country, and
WARRANTED FOB ' '
The ssost fastidious customer mar ral anon hsln.
pleased In every respect.
Terms unerai. nil . Kit ABB a CO.
SELTZER a WEBSTER, Agents,
oct98;lydw. Oolumbne, Ohio.
Baltimore Clothing Honse.
TTTiTOS c3 23IJTJ3VI.
auatiracTPatas aks waouuu bsauss im . '
No. S08 W, Baltimore-street,
' (smwitN uiistt sjro bowaso,)
Large Assortment of Pise and Furnishing
Goods Constantly oa Band1 '
JA8. at. II'EEE, WM. H. BXSTIXATJX.
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
- ; 'and',' r
Na. SA Nana High fitreet, -
-'- ' ' i C0LC11BT71, OHIO. ;
HATE ON HAND AT XTHOLE9ATE
and Retail, FINEST STAPLE SKOCBRIE,
FLOUR, SALT, TEA, C Of TIE, BUOAR, TOBACCO,
BstuABD, iv , avrv. unr block sal been parchasod la
Eastern Cities during the Funis, : .
our mMn. endeavor will be to offer Inducements to
vjk&u a u unaa waieu are not exceled by any House la
LOOKING GLASS STORE.
JOS1TCA COWPLAND, : '
Manufacturer and Dealer, No. 53 South Fourth gt.,
between Market and Chestnut, Philadelphia. -
WHERE HE OFFEH9 AT LOW
pilose, aa astenstva variety of Looklnt abuses. In
shoeuny snd nalnnt Frames. Lain lnuh Pi.ii
Mirrors, Plain and Richly Ornamented, Olltand Fane
Wood Portrait aad Future Frames.
LOO KUta GLASS FIAXM BT TBS BOX
Ooode packed In the Safest manner, aad Inesued
against Breakage. , I
, iOSHDA COWTLAND,
- - 53 South Fourth Street I
ang30-Hm. ' ' ' ' - ' Philadelphia. :
UENUY KIEHLEH7T ,
(Lata of Pbalon's Establishment, It. T) Pjoprietor
tne new iora resoionaon pnavtng,- Hair Cutting
Bbjunpoonleas Curling sn DresslEg Saloon, No. II
Bast State street, near the rest Offioa, Srst floor,
where satisfaction will be gives In all the various
braneoos. Ladies and Children's Batr Preeelng dona
ra we pses 17, int-aiy
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
Tlse Oreateet ttouaody in Tbo It oriel.
AND THE . ,.
XT IS STRICT
ly a eolentiflo and
procure) by the distil
lation of Hoois. Herbs
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Cherry Bark and Dsn
dsllon enters Into Its
Hcfore TakJnt""P aa"" "med'uuiftw Taking.
principle of each Ingredient It thoroughly extracted by
mi m.ihnd ol di.Ulllne. nrodoclni a delicious, ci-
bllerating spirit, and the moat INFALLIBLE iemed lor
ranov.tini th dlamsed svstrm, and restoring the sick.
suffering ud debilitated INVALID to HEALTH and
STRENGTH. ... u y-r
MCLEAN' STKENOTHENINtl (JOB.
Will effectually ears
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JADNU10B
Chronic or Nervous Debility. Diseases of the Kidneys
snd all diieaseaarislns from a disordered Liver or otom
n, jjyspepsia. Heartburn, m vara rues, Acinny or nici
es of tbe stomacn, fullness or jsiooa to tne neaa, wuu
pain or swimming In the head. Fall. Jatlon or tne umn,
Fullness or Weight In the stomach, Hour araetauons
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down, Drvoese
or yellowness of the akin and ayoo. nignt sweat: in
ward Fevers, Pain In tbe small of the baok, cheat or side.
Sudden Flushes of Beat, Depression of Spirits, frightful
iDondenov oraov nervous Disease.
Sons or Blotchee oa the Skin, and Fever and Ague lor
Chills and Fever.)
over a Million of atonies
Have been sold during the last six months and In no in
stance has It failed In giving entire saliefaetltn. Who,
then, will enffflrfrem Weakness or Debility when MC
LEAN'S BTfiENGIUENINO CORDIAL will erne youf
No laneuaee eu eonve aa adequate Idea or the Imme
diate and almost mlneuleue change produced by taking
thia Cordial in the diaeased. debilitated ana shattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relazsd and unatrung
organisation is restored to Its pristine neaiuaoa vigor.
others conscious of Inability, from whatever causa,
will find McLean e Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system; and all who may have Injured
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will And In the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To tho Ladlea.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
la a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed orDlfiloult Menstruation, lncontlnenos of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of the
Womb, atddtoess. Fainting and all Diseases Incident to
There is ne Mistake About It.
Suffer bo longer. Take It according to Directions. It
will stimulate, strengthen sod invigorate you and Cbuee
tbe bloom of health to mount your cheek again .
Every bottle Is warranted to give aatliiacttoo.
If yonr children are sickly, posy, or afflicted, McLean e
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
not a moment, try it, and yoa will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
OasTiea. Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may
try to palm upon you some Bitter or Barsaparilla trash
which they can buy cheap, byaaylnt it is Just as good.
Avoid such men. A A for McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing else. It le the only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the same time
strongmen tne system.
One Ublespoonful taken every morning fasting. Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent diseases. It ie pat up In large
Price only II per bottle, or S bottles for S5.
J. H. McLEAS,
Sole Proprietor of this Cordial, ,
1 ' : Also McLean 's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Prirctpal Depot on Ihe corner of Third and Pine streets,
Bl, ik,cis. Mo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment In the World. The only safe and
certain euro for Caneere. Piles, Bwelllnge and Uroo
ehitia, or Ooitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
muscles, unronlo or inflammatory nneumatism, nun
ness of the iolnts. contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
Cute, Ulcere, Fever Sores, Caked Breasts Bore Nipples,
Burns, Scalds, Sore Thoat, or any Inflammation or
nodurerenee sow severe, or bu
MoLean's Celebrated Liniment is a oer
Thousands of human beings
decrepitude and misery by the use of this invaluable mod-
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and It wil
oleanse, purify and heal tbe foulest sores in an incredl
ly snort tune. .......
For Horses and Other Animals.
McLean s celebrated Liniment la Ihe only safe ani re
name remedy for tbe cure of Spavin, Ring Bone, wind
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swellings. It
never fall to ours Big Mead, Poll Evil, Fistula, Old
runnlns Boree or Sweeny. If properly applied. For
Sprains, Bruises, Bora tehee, Boree or Wuunde, Cracked
Heels, Chafes, Saddle orOolUr (HI la It Is an Infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a cure Is certain In
Then trifle so longer with the saanjr wortnieas uni
aunts offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
ealebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
JT. II. mcLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
Oomer of Third and Pine Streets, St. Lea is. Mo.
For sale by all druggists.
For sale by , ROBERTS A SAMUEL,
augas-dawly Columbus, Ohio.
axperiencid Nurse snd Female Physician, presents
to Ihe attention of mothers, her
SOOT HI NO SYRUP,
1 FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which ereatlr facilitates the Dracoes of tee Ui tor. bv soft
ening the gums, reducing all Inflammation 'Wil I allay
raui anaspaamouie notion, ana is
SPRETOHEGfJLATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, 1 1 will give rest to yourselves
BELIEF AND HEALTH TO TOUR ntFAlflS.
We hart put up and sold this article for ever ten vest.
CAM SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of It,
what we have never been able to say of any other medi
oloe NEVER HAS II FAILED, IN A SINOLE INST
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Rev
did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one
used It. On tbe contrary, all are delighted with its
operations, and speak In terms of commendation of Its
magical enrols and medical virtues.
We speak In this
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience, AND FLDf)B OUR REPUTATION FOR THE
FULILLMBNT OF WHAT WE HERB DECLARE . In
almost every Instance where tbe infant Is suffering from
and exhaustion, relief will be foand la fifteen er
twenty mlnutee alter tneByrap is administered.
This valuable preparation Is the preeertnrlon of one of
most BXPERIKNCEDsnd SKILLFUL MORRIS la
England, aad has bees seed with NEVER JAIL
INO SUCCESS In
:. THOUSANDS OF CASES.
IX sot only relieves ths chill from aala. but Invli-os
the etomaoa and bowels, corrects acidity, snd gives
ana energy to the whole system. It will almost In
stantly relieve - . -
0B:P:a 15 TEE I0WIIS, AsTSWINO COLZO
overcome convulsions, which, If not speedily rems
REMEDY IN THE WORLD, In ell eases of DYS
ENTERY ssd DIABRUlEA IN CHILD REM, Whether
arises from teetbisa. er from any other cause. We
would say to every mother who bs a child suffering from
of the foierotcf complaints DO NOT LET YOTJR
PREJUDICES NOR THE PREJUDICES OP OTHERS
stand between yon and your suffering child, and Use re
lief that will be SURE yes. ABSOLUTELY SURE to
follow ths aw of this medicine, if timely used. Full di
rections ror asurg win accompany awn bottle. None
snuisesBieenesaarmiia or u units a PERKINS,
ew York, Is oa the outside wrapper. 1 ., i - -M
Sold hy all Druggists throughout ths World. '."
Principal Office, ia Cedar Street W.Y.
PRICE ONLY S15 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
oetS7kwly. .. ... . ..
ETEIJtG XtnEOS GOODS, tUMKt
Gold Emboeeed Tsrlatanc trie latest aovelty.- flala
hit and Colored Tarlatans-. White Paris Muslin Ortnr
adiM Evening Bgbu;?la!o party Silks. ' ',' ' .,
- '-- ' PETER BAIB ; - J
e decerl Su n.-Me.Sf South Bit etreet.
PAHIS CLOAKS AND PALETOTS.. '
Mad la th most stylish and legent manner. '
Invoice Jest owned by PaTER BALK.
dee.ll. . t Sooth High street.
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
Mood, by which this fluid becomes vhiatrtt,
woak, und poor. Being in the drctilation, it
pervades tho whofobodr, and may burst ott
in disease on anyjiait of it. No organ la free
from Itn attacks, nor is therein which it may
notiWroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
cnuswl ),y mercurial disease, towUvinaydi.
ortltwl or unhealthy food, import) air. tiUh
and Mtliy habits, the chmreaaing vices, and,
shove all, by the venereal infection. What
ever lm its origin, it i hereditary in the con
stitution, descending from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation indeed,
it swim to be the rod of Him who says, I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
lluir children." .:.'..;
Its effects commence by deposition from Lbs
U'joU of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings and on
il.c sui t'uen, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
luption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous coaititu
tiom not only suffer from scrofulous oora
plaints, but they have fur less power to witli--tr.ncl
the attacks of other diseases; conse
ijuently vat numbers perish by disorders
w Licit, although not scrofulous in their nature,
me still rendered fatal by thia taint ia ths
M'tcm. Most of tho consumption which de
cimntes the human family line its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, bruin,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are ng-rrnvated by the same cause.
One quarter of nil our people are scrofulous ;
their parsons are invaded ty this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To clcanso it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in . ,
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can devise for this every where
prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from tho most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this fbul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
eygtom from its destructive consequence.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affco
tlont wliich arise from it, such as Enurriv
and Ski Diseases, St. Anthony's Fihk,
Rosa, or Erysipelas, Pimples, Pustules.
Bi.OTcitrt, BLA.iNsnndBoiT.e.,TuMons, Tetter
and Salt Riikuu, Scald Head, RiNowonv,
kases, Ditoi-sY, Dyspepsia, Debility, and,
indeed, all Complaints aiusino nto Vitia
TkD 011 Impure Bi.ooii. Tho popular bcliel
in 11 impurity of th Hoed" is founded in truth,
fur scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtuo of tliis Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate tide vital fluid,
without wliich sound health Is impossible in
rOR TUS SFEEDr CURE OS
Intermittent Fewer, or Fewer aaiAgas,
Remittent Fewer, Chill Purer, IHimb
Ague, Periodical Headache, or BUIoae
Headache, aud Dillon Ferer. Andeed
for the whole class Sdieeaeee orlgtnat-ing
In biliary derangement, caused
tlie Malaria of aiiaawatio Countries.
We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while It cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless m any
quantity. Such a romody is invaluable in districts
where- these afflicting disorders prevail. This
"Cihb" expels the ndasmatio poison of Fever
and Aot E from the system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest. Ths large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
I tVEU and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure ana protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and csrtain
cure of Intcnnittents is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
otner injurious enecrs wnaiever upon the constitu
tion. Those cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
I erer and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatie poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which axe
Kiurolgia. Jthtumatitm, Gout, Reaaacht, Blind
new, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh. Atthma, Pair
pitation, Painful Affection efth Spleen, Uyster.
let, Pain in the Bowel, Coltc, Paralysi and De
rangement of the Stomaeh, all of which, when
originating in thia Cause, put on the intermittent
tup, or become periodical. This Cure " eipels
the poison from the blood, snd consequently cures
them all alike. It ia an invaluable protection to
immigrants and parsons travelling or temporarily
residing in ths malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate In sufficient quantity to ripen Into dis
ease. Hence it is even more vsiuabls for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer bom Inter
mittents if they avail themselves of ths protccticn
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Dr. J, 0. AYES U CO., Lowell, Ma's
ROBERTS SAMUEL, Colombo,,
And by Druggtste ssd Dealers everywhere,
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to lndlanaoolia without Change of Cars
and bnt One Change of Cars between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THRES TRAINS DAILY FROM C0LUA1-
. . .". ; : FIR3TTRAIN. "-
(Dally, Mondays excepted.) ' V
NIGHT EXPRESS, via Duson. at Ills s. w..iUn
ping at London, Xeoia. Dajrten, Middletows aad Hamil
ton, arming at Cincinnati ate. fv a. m. uay ton at5e3
e.m., Indlanopellsat 10.48 s m.i lit. Louts at 1150
' BblUAl IKAlft.
ACCOMMODATION, at 0:10 a. a.. stoDolne at all fli..
float between Oolambus and Cincinnati and IHtou, a
rlrlne at Cincinnati 11:03 a .. D.vton .to-15. n
Indlanopoils af 8S8 p. to.
DAT EXPRESS, at 1:30 n. aa.. atnnnlne r aitm.
Jefferson, London, Charleston, OedarvTlla, Xenia.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow, Deerfleld, roster's.
Loveland, Millfordand Plalnvllle, arriving at OlneJn-
naU at 7:80 p. m. St. Loula at IS m; Dayton at 4 3d p.
.uianopoiisat ivsjo p. m. - -
aieeplnsr Cars ass all rtla-ht Train to
vincinaau ana snaianapoiis ,
BAGGAGE CHECKED TRHOYJGII.
for farther Information and Through Tickets apply to
- M. L. DOllBltl Y, '
Ticket Agent, Cnlen Depot. Oohtmbua, Ohlc.
Sups rin tea dent, OlnclnnatL.
. ilV. ff.DUUtI
npLvr.n mi l
OOLDEN HILL SHIRTS, ,.,
OOLDIN BILL SHIRTS. k'
Thspattarnof these shlnsare new. The Bodies. Toiea.
sleeves end boewiae sre ferssed to St the perse wit ease
and enmfnrt- The mark Boon Hliiin...!ln. tK
sisemay be relied en as being eorreet, aod eecoehlrtia
gusrauleed "ell mad. ,. A fall stock of ell qualities
eonstantlr for sale at ..... ain-8. -
sovW. - -. j' --. Ko.WSoe,. risA street.)
r .. :
um I fin V PRi-'Il? PJTQ a
a asi su m u j a u SL a B A. - a sa a a
i"HfWK afCFrS; TICTORIRES sndCUfYS 1
BOW selllsc at Vrr low DrioeS. also ell ether kind
fashionable furs. PETE BANE,
deetl. St. SO South High at.