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MONDAY CVfiNlMO.nlAN.r.ll, 1961, i'
LOCAL MATTERS.
T.r"A5rmKxnreaa ComDttDT plaoee uJ dallj
under obligstious to U for the very JaUat papers
v
Tlie American Eypresi Company: has our
thank, for Us dally lavoM iolhe shape Of the
' my Ntest eaiitern paper. .-, , , f t
' Evbninh's m'laiaitD This, popular F.ibl
' WUob, wbich ha been' attractiog lare audien
' oea, lately, Id Chicago, Detroit and Cleveland,
, Will opea neft Wednesday .Evenfog In Mont
gomery Hell. , It consists ol the Cyolrama of a
Tonr in lrtUnd, illustrating tne song ana soeu-
''?-. .r that beautiful country. Lltllo John
BrAULomo, aited nloe years, appear in the ohar
.... r itn tkmGulds. which forms the
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" mind oil feature o the 'entertainment. Thl
; wonderful child's ilrffina 'and talented delines-
' tloo of the Irish character, hate elicited the high
'. eioowiim of tljalpresa.'' Mia Katk.Mao
". Evov'l f endition of the beautiful Irish Melo
dies, are given with all the feeling and pathos
- which few, save a native Irish vocalist, Can lm-
part Mia Mair., the accpriipllah.cd Harpist,
- execute choice aolo wltV greet taste and ele
' gano.n.tte' '"!(! lw;a4mtraMe; and are
clustered around with o .inany.poedo fanoie
and bisteWaaeooiations, as to invest them with
i most delightful Interest. See advertisement.
-.. LadI' FisTivaL. Too" reader will lee In our
advertising columns the notice of a Sujiper to
ejglveu at Armory Hall, on Thursday evening
next, by the jedies of the UnlversaUst Church
la thl city, at which time and place they will
expose tor tale a variety of useful and fanoy
articles. The ladies of thi Church have re
ceived great credit lor the fine "suppers and
'cheerful festival they nave given heretofore,
and, a we understand, this is to be superior to
any former one, It ill doubtless attract to the
festive Hall a crowd of visitors.
That MQUiudi The ; Grand Masque
rade Bill take place to morrow evening at Am
boe' Half. Such preparations 'arc made' that
this will' be the richest1' entertainment" of the
teaeon. Inthe meantime, we would remind
those who propose to participate in the gaieties
of the occasion, that Mr. C. Cusbman, at the
Montgomery House, will supply them .with suit
'. able gear on reasonable terms.' Call and con
sult him. t 1 i ' ' ' ' ' ' ' -J -. '
Mistaxs Wo were mistaken in aunounciog
ibe Sunday School Concert, and Exhibition of
the Weslsv Chapel Sunday School. It come off
on Thttrtday night, instead of Tuosdoy'night, as
stated In our Usue of tbe l ltn lost. We.guarauteo
a rich treat to all rba lore good Vocal and In
strumental Mafic. Tbe children ga70 a Con
cert last year, to a crowded house, and they
promise a better one thin year. Remember
Thursday nlgbt January 17th, at their Church.
UTThe Joifnolof this morning, in noticing
(hehox flayed off on Saturday night, by one
Lo.-iTr, "who represented himBelf as an agent
far 'Dixie's Minstrels," ' sj "be advertised In
tbe papers.!' It may be true that he advertised
tn the Journal, but he did not advertise in tbe
Slstamun, nor did any notice appear in this pa
per of any Concert on Saturday night. - -
St. Ciurj.x-1 Sawon. Thl establish meut, on
thef corner ot Town and Fearl streets, at the
old stiRd of Lewis Pos-.nis, Jbas been fitted
up by Its present ocoupant, John O'HaanA, In
ample and elegant stjlo. Th isa who call there
for meals or refreshments, will find the St.
Charles a restuarant of the first class, where all
their wants trill be readily mot and promptly
supplied.
SJ"A military meeting is to bo held in Wheel.
log, oa next Wednesday evening, for the pur
pose of enlisting recruits in the companies al
ready formed,' aud encouraging the organization
of other volunteer companies. The commis
sioned and hon commissioned offioers, and pri
vates of the different corps are to be present in
full uniform,. -
ST i. Hats WtDB,bas disposed of hia inter
est in the Canton True Democrat, to Edwaed
M. Gaitrpvvno has essoined the control and
management of the paper. The retiring editor
describe his suooe as staunch Ton Inter
ventlon Democrat." Ia - '
Sj An adjourned Union tneotiug of pitistsns
of Waahiugton'dotuity, 0.',and of Wood county,
Va , is to be held at Marietta, on Saturday next.
Gen- J. J. Jackson, of Parlcersburg, Va .bas ac
cspted en invltatioa to' address tbe meeting. -
FaANKLiN'a Birth , Day. N'ejit Thursday,
Jan! 17th, te tbe pne "hundred and fifty fifth ao
olvereary of the birth of the printer, philosopher,
pitriot and ' statesman, Benjamin Fsanklm,
He was born Jn 17j 1708. : ,
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Liwis'.Niw Gvumastios. This is a monthly
journal of physibil culture for" ladles, gentle
men and children. It i published at Boston by
Dio Lewis, M. p.ta $I a year t y
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Road'
ttTTh aleeplng.eu pn J3,.C
broke an axle, on Friday mottling, when within
fiva milesjof peveland, and was left behind.
07 Mrs. Lirtroi.n, Vua wife of the President
elect, passed through Tolcqo on Thursday, on
bcr wy past. v',! - '- v s u
ETHon. A Piaacc has retired from hi ed
itorial labors on the Mc Arthur Democrat, and
has been susceeded by E. A. Bsattok, Eft
CTTbere were 61 marriage licenses issued1 in
Hamilton county, last! week, and five marriages
solemnized under binns. ", !'. ......i .j.j
OCT Hon. N. II. Van Vorhe ha soli his In-
- tereat in ,b Athens Mctienger to T. F; WttM
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CCTAlf. Bubritf perlormsjat Springfield to
morrow avenlng. ,., . .,
DitrtTib. Manf : Ve6nU !iVe it prejudice
agalnsl Valeratur, thinking, v'and ' with' reason
too, thattnU prparattbn i unhealthful, and
ought M be avoided; bnt the best chemists and
most learned physician iay,v thai Saleratut
whsu frt front ' impuritlei, ' la aot only not n
heatAfl tni" rovooativk Of dyspplaj hut that
it, in reality, promotes, digestion and itrengtb'
eni the digestive organ. - A new1 prdoess of re
fining thl artiole, lately Introduced, and In nse
ODlybyp.B. Dq UBd sCo.,,ol the Falrport
Chemical IVbrk, Falrporf, Monroe CelfN. Y'.,
enables them to make a perfeotly pure Satera
tas, whioh should at once be In use In every
houeKoU.' The'pnrUy and reliable quality of
Da Land t Co.' Saleratus should make it lm
mediately popular v It Is for safe by most gro
cers and Itorskeepers, and the grocer In the
large Iowa and village wholesale it. ,' f.
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. IT Bee ' advertisement of . prof.' Mu-lir's
'Hair Invigorator in another column.
Rail Road time Table
liVTuMuMifcOoLoasoiAXanuB.R.' " '
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Accommodation. tt.10 4. at. , 9.15 P. il.
If, it JlXaf sk44 Ut.M. ., . J 3U P.M.
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Oi.sVR.tMir, Coi.tmaog A OwowmaTi K. R.
.. .txyrm md M.11.......3 00 P. M.
v I Hlght Axpreea.. ..3:2;i A. M.
QintralObio R. R :
i KniremTrtln.......... 3.M 4.11
" Hall Train 8.40 P.M.
PlTTHDROll, OoLDHini fc CtitcunUTl R. !
xpreei Train 3:00 A. M.
MeUTrsIn 9.40 P.M.
Ooi.tfmoi k lNniiNAMi.il E. R.
' Qolumbui, Plqua Se Indiana R. R.J (
Xxprcu Train 8:10A.M.'
ttenm Train :?.M.
1.40 P.M.
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3.30 P. M
S:'2ll P. M,
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LaEOI SHIPMXNTB It is astonishing to see
the targe amount of McLean's Stsenqtheninq
Cordial that 1 shipped off dally to different
partB of the country. It is scarcely three months
s'nee this article was first introduced, and now,
judging from its rapid sale, It Is known and ap
preciated all over the Western country.
,'Ever; druggist, dry good or grocery mer
chant visiting our city should be sure to obtain
a supply of this ' Cordial. It is just the thing
required to strengthen and invigorate the wesk
and debilitated Si: Louit Democrat , .
'i Guernsey's Balm .Ought by this time to be
Inyowr aoims. 'Almost every family uses It,
and know, Its valuo, for Burns, Scalds, Bruises,
Fractures, Spraine, Neuralgia aad Rheuma
tism; It la the beet remedy known. '
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL.
HOUSE.
WASHINGTON, Jan 12.
The Ilouse went Into committee of thl Whole on tin
oAvy appropriation bill, Mr. Ooirax In the chair,
Mr. Burnet wiahed to know whether It would be In or
der to make a ipeech showing that then appropriation!
ahoald not be made, tie neiievea from the preeent move
menti of the army and navy, that they were to be used
against a poruon or the B tales recently belonging to tbe
confederacy. - - i
Mr. Sherman said inch remarki were not germalne to
the bill.
Tbe chair decided agalmt general debate, and was iui
fnln.ri hv tba House.
Mr. Pryor moved to strike out the ipproprlatlon of
4 33suu for the pay oi tne omcen ana men or the na
vy.! Bo far as tho navy was engaged in protecting the
interests ot commerce ana emerging me uounae oi dis
covery, he would rather but he would not grant a far
thing link the navy inthe abytsofthe ocean, thin
that it itiould be directed againat any portion of the peo
ple of thii country. The dread intrumenta of death and
deaolation to be uied in f ratrloldal strife, deserted a na
tion'! scorn. The most distressing aspect in our preient
unhappy position li prevalence of a military temper in
the councils of the administration. An imbecile Execu
tive has fallen nnder the guidance of an aspiring soldier,
the iword li east Into the balance, Instead of me, saxes of
conolllatton to a discontented people. The Government
despatches men ani munitions of war to constrain them
to abject obedience. , . -,
Mr. Bherman rose to a point of order
Mr. Pryor said he would conclude In fire minutei ind
confine himself rigorously to the ponding eubjeet. lie
waa going to lay that, although no foreign foot treads
the loll of America for a hostile purpose, yet troops are
are distributed at vailoua pointa for a warlike purpose,
forti am garrisoned with the avowed objeolof lubjugaling
and overawing tbe people of the Southern Btatoa, and
even in thii District, masses of mercenaries are accumu
lating to inaugurate a President In blood, lie charao
teriied the Admlnlairation aa detestable, and lnconcla
lon laid he availed himself of thii occasion to give warn
ing to thl people of Virginia of matured piani and pur
poses to subject them to tyranny by fores of arms, aud to
implore them by every consideration of safety and honor,
lo concoct measures for their defence.
Mr. Clemeni, of Vs., iildthat It would be unjust to
himself and the people of Virginia, to permit the laflam
matory remarki of his colleague to pail without reply.
Standing as be did, on terms of equality with him, be ap
pealed to htm to know
air. uarner, oi a., nuitny nsicfr, caned ;on thi
chair to enforce the rulci of order on the m""--r from
Virginia.
Mr. McKnlgiit-Let's hive fair play.
- Mr. Garnet We will not receive aid from any black
Republicans in this Bouse, flinch isolation.)
Mr. Pryor If the Heme will aosord the floor to K7
oolleageto ipeok, and allow me to reply, 1 will be eon
tented. Mr. Garnet I wlil agree to withdraw.
ment should bo male
Mr. Pryor appealed to Mr. Garnet tn withdraw his .b
Jectlon. Mr. Hindmaa Insisted on hii objection, if air. Pryor
eliuuld be permitted to respond, however hs (Mr. llind
man) would not insist on his point of ordor.
Mr. Ill II objected to any each understanding, ho wai
actuated by nothing but kind feeling hii purpose was
to interpose againat immediate debate. There were men
on the other aide willing to accept the gague.
The question was then taken up on M r. Pryor'i amend
ment, and it waa rejected.
Mr. Branch auggeited that the House adjourn, there
being no quorum. The member! wiro attracted to the
Senate.
Mr. Garnet laid he had between two and three thous
and amendment! to offer. (Laughter.)
The Homo wai here called to order tu procure a quo
rum. Mr. Oarnet and Mr. TJIndman having Ineffectually
ought to amend the bill, Mr. darnel said that every
body knew that the preient administration propmri to
use the army and navy for purposes of civil war, ai we
call It, and enforcing the laws, as the other aide call It.
We know that thii measure will meet with resilience.
The government ii being oonveried into a military des
potism. He (Mr. Oarnet) contended that there should
be tome opportunity offered for debate.
Mr. Sherman did not deilra this. The bill only nude
aiual and Decenary appropriation! without regard to
political eventa, and these ought not to meet with frao
tloaal opposition. He hoped that after thii bill (the
army bill) waa passed, he (Sherman) would have no ob
jection to giving latitude of dobale. It was only a ques
tion of time
Mr. Game tt If you will allow debate on the army
bill, I will withdraw my objection.. (.Exclamations from
nepuD'ioan aid ot in Mouse, oi no, no! ) ,
Mr. Bherman laid that It was right that the giutliman
ihould have aa opportunity for debate; adding that yon
will find we will be ready to meet you. We know what
our duty li, and we will maintain it, when the proper
time comes. You will have debate to your hea t'l con
tent. Mr. nindman let them take their course aad we will
pursue oun. I ask ne favor whatever, here orelii"
where. ' -t - ..
Mr. Bherman There li no occasion for undue nclt
ment.
Mr. Ilindman It li not In your power to create any In
my mind.
Mr. Uaroett 8uppon you believe ae you dldeeveral
yean ago, that the army was to be used for Improper
purpoeei, wouM yon not deiire to debate the luhject.
far. Sherman replied that If he thought that the army
waa to be used for inch purposei, he would Inilit soon
having the luhjcctdebated. But I dissent from hit dec
laration that the Pretldent il using, or meant to use ihe
army or nary for unconstitutional purposes. The Prei
ident hu lolemnly declared to tbe world that he does not
poasei power to coerce a stale, and that Congress hai no
inch power. I Isilit he has done no aot lneooiietent with
then declaraUoni, nor la It right to auume that he will.
Tho measures taken aud to lie taken to preserve and de
fend the forts and arsenals are only In the performance
of a duty imposed upon the exeeuiive by tbe Conslllu
tion anu me tawa.!. n :. v .
It Ii ai much the duty or the President te defend fort
Sumter againat all trespassers ai It would be to employ
it tne resources at nta commend to defend lull Uapuol,
where we an deliberating aaalduously and earnestly to
adjust the unhappy difference! between, the North and
ineBoutn.-t . . '
Mr. Stanton always claimed that the mlnerlty should
have an opportunity to debate; if gentlemen lay after a
reasonable time liallowed for that purpose, there ihould
be no fectloue opposition, he would have no objioUuu,
Tne i.avy appropriation bill waa then passed. Ad
journed, a , .
WuauuTOM, Jan. 14 Mr, Iniliih asked leave to of-i
fer tkelolrawhii which waa read tor iafa-rmatlon: I ' .-:
titioiiai. That tin present alarming condition or thl
country, imperatively demand thieOongreai ahoald take
immediate eiepi to preierveprac aad maintain tne tu
ion, by remov ng es lar-ai porilble all oauiei of Motional
irritation, and to that eud, patiiotiim should prompt a
cheerful surrender ef ell partlrio prejudice!, aud miner
dlSerencet of opinion, In thii Houw; believing that the
plan ol adjustment, propoaed by the lion- John J. Crit
tenden, tn the Benate. Deo. 18th, ISGO.would bean taut
table and nonoraoit compromise, involving no eeonnct
to any party or section, and that effort! ihould promptly
be made, for the asks of the Inestimable blessing! of
neioe, and a united oountry,hereby inatruota thi Commit'
tee of 33, heretofore appointed by this House to report
Without delay tnsaiurai in accordance therewith. -
, air. angusa said that at the Dinner time be would
move to euepend tbe rale.
i mr. nmn imroauoea joins resolutions wiuipenu ine
execution or thi..i i.. .nhin
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i Mr. Mctiean Introduced a bill te reneal so much of the
act ai relatei to the duty on import!, In South Caroline, -I
referred to a select committee otnve. "I .
Mr. Pendleton Introduced a kill aoakini Olnclnnaa a
port of entry, referred to committee on Commerce.
I air. jtonan preientea ins proceeaingi or a puolM
Heetlne of working men and mercbanti at Newark. New
Jersey. Oth instant, oa the preeent condition of the
country, referred to tn oommittee oi xnirty-Three.
He Hated thi reeointioni breathed the iplrct of devo-
tien to the uonititntion and the union.
air. Vanoa remarked that gentleman had often ipoken
'or Buncornbet be aosr wanted Buncombe to ipeak lor
ttiiir. In relation to the condition ot the country he
presented tho proceeding! ot the people of that cenn
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air. Waiuwumi, or Indiana, asked wuithar the pro -
ceedlDgi were in earnest.
mr. vance ids neooie it nancomne never idiik
Wlthont ibe la In earnest.
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WASHINGTON, Jan 12. From the South.
Jackioh, jtln. Jan 12. Tha artlllerj wai ordered to
Vlokaourt early this xaomlng. by the oVrnof, to ball
1, an pasting itaamboaU. , -Fliteen
gnna were Ored iait night, on receipt of the
scwi of the leceetioa ol Alabama and lorl-la.
Washington Rumors to the New York Press.
New Ysai.Jaa. 14. The Tribune's Waihlnirtoii eor-
Mipoadont tuoru that i piratical expedition la titling
out In tbliclty. to aeiie California atnamvri.
A aoboonsr hu already been ohartared la New Orletna
lo proetd to the Iitbmua. ana await ua oeparwra 01 me
'.lamer irom aininwtll.w&enjiommg uie rnoii ug ,
.he will ulce the iteunara aa orizea to South Carolina
Mr8eward'i ipeech had a decidedly aoolblug effect,
and la doing much good.
Mr. Crittenden declare! that It Is In the right diieo
lion, and la patriotic and ttateaman like. ' '
It waa announoad to-da that na relnforeementa will
be tent to Port Bumoter at preient, ai thef are not
needed, but I have good reason to bellev it to be the
ettien Dnroota of the Admlnutrailon to Tinmcei iue
llig or the Union, by tending ii oon ai till Department
can be properly arranged, In tha meantime the cnieiuim
culty la theioarclty of war Vmeli,
On. Plnkena. olgoulh Carolina, havlni a balance of
130110 due him at lata Mlnliter to Rnnla, aent here for
It. The Department adjuited hit account! by tending
him a TlMff mi tha Dh.rU.tnn Huh Treaiurv. tha monOV
In which hai been lolled by the Btate. ' .
in. aiiiioart eenatore, roia ana umeui .uulh..
note to georelary Holt yeiterday, asking why the aub
treasury at Bt. Louli wai guarded by United Sutea
troop j. ,
Mr. Holt replied that ha would explain It If they cMl
ed peraonally, and nototherwlie. .
A telegram from Col. Todd, in command of Port Mon
roe, In Mobile Bay, aayi ha hai plenty of man, guna and
araunltlvn to prevent any hoitlle force from approaching
Mobil.
There It no confirmation here of the Cliarleitoo rumor
that Major Anderson propoaed to evacuate the Fort.
The voluntary military organlzationa In thle city, for
III protection, are iucreatlng rapidly, and lait nlgbt
numlred aeveral hundred Union men.
Rumors from Charleston.
CrjARLxaTos. Jan. 13. Mr. Oourdon, a member of the
South Carolina Convention, went to VortBumter thii
morning, and held a private parley with Major Anderson.
All kinds of rumon prevail aa to the cauie of the send
ing of the flic of trnoe bv South Carolina last nlabt
Borne say aisaueotlon txitn among Major Anaerson i
men, and others that a aurrendor of the fort il con tern
plated, and that it will be evacuated.
It la believed tho negotiation! at Waihlngton are going
on for a peaceful surrender of tha fort, and for a ceiea-
tlon of warlike attitude, flood authority credit! this
opinion.
LATER.
The iteamboat Xxcelilor has come Into port with the
newt that the alup-of-war Brooklyn ii off the bar.
inis is certain.
Col. Ilarne. on tha nart of South Carolina, and Lieut
Ilall, on the part of Major Anderson, have left lor
w tuiuaiuu, w.tu pruyutuiv, tu uutam iui.iiqt iuiiiuu'
tloni,
Great Union Demonstration in St. Louis.
St. Louii, Jan. 13. Thi Union demonstration, yeiter.
day aiteruoon, was the largeit meeting ever held in this
city.
Eaalness waa generally impended. A large number of
Storei and private residences were deooratea with flags
and device!, in honor of tbe occasion. Two national
aalutea were alio fired.
Robert Campbell was chosen Praldant, and forty-three
Ttee-r'reeiden'i were selected, lrraopeoUve of party, from
amongst the moit prominent oltlzena.
Ketolulioni were adopted, among them one cordially
approving Mr. Orlttenden'l proposition, ai a basla of let.
tlement of tha present diUiculties, and atrong, eloquent
and patriotic ipeecheewere made by Judge Qamble, Major
Wright, Col. Bogg.and other distinguished gentlemen.
BiLT stone Jan. 12. The Convention of delcgalei
from the various counllei of Maryland, to consider the
crisli, reaisembled thii p. m., and pasted reaolulioni re
queit ing the Governor to Isiua a Droelamatlon for the
people of the Blate to vote on the last Monday In Janu
ary, whether they want a State Convention called or not.
and if the quel) Ion Is decided in the affirmative, to bold
an election for delegate! to the Convention, to meot on
the tint Mondiy In February.
They also unanimously passed a resolution anurorlna of
Mr. Crittenden's proposition, and then adjourned.
It II understood that a meeting li to be held of oertaln
Ollibuiten to-morrow to oppoie the covernment in rein
forcing Ft. McHenry.
Banquet to Gov. Floyd.
BicHMoHD, Va.. Jan. 13. Tha banquet for Gov Floid
took piece hut night. Gov. Floyd madi a apeech and re
lated tho conversation he had with thl Preiident, (low
ing a breach of faith on the part of the Pretldent, leading
to nil, (Floyd's) nai'natlon. Gov. Fiajd councelled
resilience to Federal coercion.
Secenlon ipeaciiri were then malo by Lieut. Cover.
nor lion tague, Attorney Gen. Tucker, Jas. A. Lediion
and others.
The temporizing polloy of the legislature Ii eeverely
cenme ntrd upon. Great enthuiiaim pievaili.
Kansas Legislature—Acting Governor Beebe's
Message.
LnvEimoRTB. January 18. Tho menage cf Aotlsa
Governor Beebe, to the Territorial Leglilature is mainiy
devtt4 to local auaira.
lie recommends an exnrei'lon of gratitudo by the
Legislature to the ciieritablewho Rave relief to the suf
ferers from tbe drouth; nrgei the repeal of tbe .-i of the
last session prohibiting ilavey on tlie ground of encon
atitntionality. and honnthatln ciise of a dissolution of
theUnionl Kanaai will eitablieU lopanu. wd inde
pendent n.
Nw York, Jsn. IS. Tho ibhooncr Ooaft Pilot arrived
to-day from Antwerp. Bhe haa hart her tails blown to
piecci, her bulwarks itove. iharei broken, decia swept
and crew frost bitten. Thomas Pluat, second oacer,
loot overboard in the jale.
Tbe stoamei Star of tae Went steamed.down the harbor
early thii morning and landed the troop :t Governor"'
Island and returned to her doo.
Ku.it and North Kiviri have much Ice In Ou-m to-day.
Thermomelor duiiug the whole dnr rauc-cd Is tbe neijh
borhood of zero.
Bevcral veiaeli in tbe North River were ba.llr rnt hv
floating lc, and Bouthern steamers arriving to doy hid
much liiucslty lu getting Into dock.
Great Fire at Halifax.
HALlFil, Jan. 14. A Are on BaturdaynlgM dnitrcu.l
fifty-nine eitabllshmcnU In rittlli, George and Prince
street! and Cheapiide. Including the American Coniu
late and Exchange room, Fuliera'i Exchange, Journal,
Chronicle, Gtrette, Colonist, and Express, oewipepen
offlcci), the Halifax Library, Halifax Intmance oitlce, the
Marino Insurance oilier, Bcotla alarine Insurance office.
Union Marine office, PherirT'i ornce, the Odd Fallow!'
Ilall. itorei, and lawyers' olbcei. One man U Vnonn to
killed, many injured.
Waiuinotoii, Jan- 14. Dudley Mann leavoi thii
week for Europe, ai Oommlseioneron part of South Car
olina, to make commercial arragementi with varloui
governments.
T. Butler alio leavei on almliu bsiinosi on fcehait cf
Georgia.
Another report tayi that Clayton, Auiitent Secretary
of the Treasury was removed yesterday.
During ihe ibort period air. xnomas was secretary ot
the Treasury, (200.000 were removed from the treasury
vaults in tuii city, to bud xreuury lu flew urleaul, tvr
what purpwe U aot known.
Nebraska Legislature.
BOhaxu, Jan. 13. Both Houses of tbs Legislature ad
journed tin die at 8 o'clock last evening. But little
senerai leitilatlon nai oeen paaaca uunna uie eesiion.
An effort to pus an act ia eftec? repudiating all debts ef
twe yeanatanding, isiieu. ins out incorporating tni
Missouri and Weitern and Pacilic Telegraph Co.'s,paii
ed both Houses and received the auction of theUoiern-or-
-
Tbe weather Is warm and the mow II melting rapidly.
The Mecadonigan bound South.
Tha Boiton aloop of war Macadonlgan. from Port!
mouth, passed Highland Lighti this morning, bi und
Boutn, under leaiea oruera.
t
"rvr a n.ir JijiyTa OIL.
THE IrlOST SirCESSFUL, PAIN CCH
EH known, Is compoied solely of healing Oils,
Baliims and On mi. Actual obionratlon and the certifi
catel of respectable persona warrant ui In itatlng poil
lively that
; JM'i Magiutia Oil owe Kkeumatltm; ,
: ' Jleed'o Miiffnttie Oil curei Spinal 4ffetton;'
' Rttd'i ifuffnetlt Oil cures Kewralgia; '
l Xei't tbyputia Oilavrtt WeaJcfotnU;
t JU'i ilugneiio Oil oures UlotraUd Sort;
Jiml't Magnttie 01! cures Ktrvovt BtadaiJit; '.
' . JUtd'i Magnttlo OH curve Voued feet;
Mtd'i Mugnetta OUcurtt Prt Woundf, "
I Uttd'i Magnttie Oil ourvi Swellinci; v'";'
' Heed's MagruHc Oil eure Paint in th BaeJt;
I Jiefd's Mwnitie OUcvrttKerwut Affections i
' Beta's Magnttie OUtmrtt Eat ache A JbotAatkt.
lor nil by BIMON JOTiNSON, Daooairr, Pltlsburgh,
Pi., eon agent; sold alio by ii. a. faunedXUuIv at
CO., R. . HELLERS fc CO., and DruggiiU generally,
at 85 cti. pir bottii. decl4J'.'
Attachment
.1
near. Justice of the
Stephen Wli texten Defendant
Fetce, of Clinton
tvwosnip, rranann county, umo,
i", On tbe 8th day of January
A.'D. 1861,
mM Justice lilued an order of attaetment lu Ihe above
ctlon for the ium of (267 20. -Jinl'.'w3t.
r ' . 1 " MAITHAI3 TROTT.
Printing Office for Sale.
rpnn CAKROLL OOUNTT VEiriO-
v . ..-.j fr-.u nn .
. CMA1 OTlflClS II offered for sale on very rear-
aonaoie semi.
To a practical printer this lea chance
f . , banrln. Threo
hundred dollars down and the
tMl.nr li, tn VMM. '- ThA AfltfV has A MIAll ma nf Inh
. 'm.t.A.n- .,. r.r.nii. nt.,.
, u.-.--.---.
Til i 1 1V T li rT1iV"CX7" '
1 J- a. I OLaif. U ,
, Wholeiale and Retail Dealer in
. , '
Trftr 1 cert iV ' alnmiiBrin fliarava
T "vb ,.6ip
'
AND rT MtaxnS ' , t
Smoking & Chewing Tobacco,
also, the. ottt quality of BHTTFT't eonitantly
I '- I. ':- - oa hand.
I inrOonatrJ iforcbanla art Invite! 16 call befon pOf
.h..ln ,lutth.M - tnI ' " '
NO4 EA9T THIRD STREET,
,,.,.. .. . .
. ' i ot. wiin ana Bycamora, , .
nov51-w6ni" CINCINNATI, O
MOFJKNI7IO OOODS-Black KnglUb Crapes;
Crape Oollara, Cull and Slceveit Long and Short
I Crape Veils; Bound Ompe Veils; Lace Veils Orare
j Trimmed; Plain Hemmed Collan; Seta; HandKerchlefi
Aamndre'i Black &ld Gloves: Vana: B.lhhnnn sill,.-
Bombaalnes; Traveling and all other kinds of Dreii (foods
oonitantiy on naau in girni vanriy.
! . ... ...,., - . PITBB BATH.
; "mxfa ' - Tint door eorth of Neil Hoese. 1
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Jan 14.
PLOUB recslpliof 8.209 bbli; market Si better and
closed quiet, and Karoely lo flrmt ealee of S.OUO bbli. at
3,30:93 40; inperflneiute at 531,65; exeraiute
at 15,30(0)5,40; luporflne western at $ifi5i,W; com
mon to medium extra western 5,75W5,V0; inferior to
good shipping brand!, extra Bound Ohio Hoop.
BVK rCoUK-e teady at 3,354,15.
WHEAT receipts of 404 bush; market about lo Utter,
with moderate export demand; sales of 63,000 bu. at
l,iiOl.S3X; Chicago aprlng at 91,30; Mil. Club at
1,31(91,33; amber Wisconsin aud loe fl,38; red stale
1,3091.53, white Michigan.
, YK quiet; at 73c.
1 BARXKV dull and nomloally unchaugtd. ' '.
CORN receipt! nonet market without Important
ohange; aalee 35,000 buiheli at 71973X0 mixed ivntorn,
in itore and delivered
OATS quiet, at3U37c, for Weitern, Canadian and
State.
PORK quill; lalei 450 bbli. at 917 17 33; men t83
(13 Vi.
BRRF-qulet and unchanged.
COT MUAT8 qnlet.
BUTIKO-infair request at 10314 for Ohio, Mini
for state.
CBgKBE-iteacly, oaiOX. ,
Winuiii'-dull and drooping; aalel areTOOlbli. at
WXe.
dt'OCKS dull and lower. Money and Exchange no
new feature!. M B 14 1-9, do quoted 33; Had 7! liar,
prf. 37& Erie 38X; P 0 88 1 S; O 4r. Oh W j III 0 aorip
73 1 8; M 8 58) 0 a fc Q 68; Hud 01, N X 0 Krle
bond (14, Phil 3d BoX,
Cincinnati Market.
FLOUB Is in but moderate demand, and received an
additional sedative in the report of the New York news.
Conoeiilona have been made In prioo, and a low grade of
luplrllne we learn hai been sold at !5. Halei of
good were reported at 4,00, bnt Ihe market for fair
hipping brands of npergns may be regarded as nominal
at 14 50 ,
WHK AT remains Heady at $ I tor rid, I,051,08
or wnne. neiiner tne demand nor offerlngi were
large. . , .'
. CORN on Ihe ear Ii illll ruling, at 33c, ihclled hai
been accumulating beyond the wantHiof ihlnneri. and la
coniexuently ralber dull excepting first quality of
Kill..
OATH Ii quoted at 80o in bulk, wllo a ready mar
ket.
B A It LIT and Bye are unchanged.
WHISKY-lis firmer at 13 Jo.
PBOVIBION8 had a rather more decided nntltlnn to.
day than yeiterday, and a fair buiinen wan done in mess
pork and lard; 500 bbli. of men were told at I0, and
' smaii ion orougnt Jic na higher! 310 bble.
lard were loldatUke. andlOOcaiki of bicon at 7
Xo for ihoulderi anil ildei. Bulk meats are held at BU
&iXs, packed. Ureen meata are quoted ot 40 for
anouldera, 0i7o for lidei, and 7c for hams. Bhoul
din only being in request, sideiand ban! dull and wiak
at tne quotation!.
HOUS-had a firmer market, and seller! more tena
olouily adhered to 6 50 aa their aiklne flinra. Tha
atrength of thi market wai mainly supported by the light
receipts, and not by any better disposition on the part of
packen. Bat few sales were reported, and thl operating
tanuara oi prices noes noi vary mucn from yesterday l
ijuuiiiicni, vu:, o xv-atf u n vom. Vte. 14
Cleveland Market.
January 12.
LOCK ulei of 100 bbli oholcs extra at BS.OU Tha
maniet n una wnn a moderate demand.
WHSAT-no aalii renorted. Unlittn mr irm. Tha
ciemanu u umiieu to the inpnly of mllleri' reaulre-
menu.
CORN-quletat87c.
OATB ateadyatSSc.
PORK sale 900 bbli No. 1 Mesa at 13 (W. '
LAUD tali 100 bbli at 9c, and 3 kegi at c '
UN I80N sales few carcaaei at 4c
SEED eale 50 bush Olover at 4,50.
KCI08 quiet at 15o.
IKUIT dried Anolei are lnctlrt SU tn n..nk.
e at 19(3113. '
BUTTER very qnlet. Bale S bbli roll at 18Xai3.
POULTRY scarce and In demand at Bra&n r.,r .hiv.
eni and turkeyi.
uuus iteadyaadonlet. A salt of a lot of hear v..
Baltimore Market.
[TELEGRAPH FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
BALTIMORE, Jan 14.
Ftoua dull; Howard Bt. and Ohio it 3.50; fllry
Mllli at $G,75. TVciuT firm, led 1,30311, 38; while
S1,45S1,63. Corx buoyant, new yellow at05o.07.
Paovmoifs-flrm. Poex men 14,18; prime and
rum 913. T,b 10j. Corrxi aleady at 1-J(S13.
WmiEt-du'.J.atiBXo.
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, Jan 14.
Fuova firm at I3.MKS3 70. TVat firm! tales of
IC IXjO bush red at 91,3091,33, Ccbn advanced 1c.
Ok-ra active at 35c. Corrrw Arm; rto at 11.313,
Wntavx iteady at 19c.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
r HEWARK OHIO, ; "
irfunnfaclurere of all kinds of For1
table ana statmnary steam F.n
Klnea, Haw miUs. urUt Mllle,.
i , I dec? iau .. : '
LAJft& BODLSYBtaiml Bit T. MAKD TMedienl
.KJ. n. MUTALL SettmtH COLUMBUS
i MAOm.VS CO. Beaten Sit BBABIORB j
ot CO. Beatmllll!
' Oar Portable EDglni1 and Saw Kill ( ,
Was awarded the first premlua oi 950 at Die Indiana
State lair for If 60 ovir Lane itBodley'i on aceoaatef
Price, lightness, simpliqly, economy of fuel
and superior charactel of lumber sawed. '
Our Stationary Engine was pvirded at the tame Fair
Ilia first premium of 9200. f
Our Portable Engino wai lUrdrd the fust premium of
9100 at the Fair at Alemphii.Tenn., over Blandy's Du
val t'l, Oolumbus Machine Oo'l., and Bradford t Co'e.,
by a committee of practical Rt!road Engineer!.
for price and termi addrejs)
WILLARDn ARNF.R, Trcaaurer.
dec5 dkwlyeols. Newark, Ohio.
-
PHICE8 BljDTJCID
Trom the Nav York Obeerver-l i ""
1 ii all partlei manutacbrlDg Bewinf Machines are os
lljed lopsy II r. Ilnwei Doenae oneich machine Kid,
and are a to compelled to make retnrnits him, nnder
oalru as to thenumbsraoU, hii booki give aeorrectilate
ment. From thii rellab louroe we have obtained the
following itatutlci. Of tn machlnis made In the year
1M9, there were lold,
By Wheeler k Vllson... ..... .81,305
I. U.BlngerfcOo...'. 10,U
i Q rover a Bokr a 10,SeO ;;
thowlnt the iali of vTirolrr 4c Wllion to be dmiUe
thou of any other Ooapmy." ', . '
awarded the highest pnralami at the ' .
i United States fain of )58, im and iBoO; .
i alscat Ihe
i - it Ohio Btal lals of iaie and 18C0; .
! and at nearly all the Jounty rain in the Btatei .-'
. Our vrloes. at Ihe late eduction, are a Jew eu 'anv
l(kk stick machine now i-ld, nod bat a UlUl higher than
the interior r tnreaacnam inca maoAiats, now
fhrMd uoon the market.
j Ihe WBULBB WILSON sUOHINl tnaioitM
Lock Stich the onlyott whlchcunnot beraveled. It
Il Auxi oa Bora flinsa olthe toods, leavlu no rdat or
lAainontkt untUr. title - ..j
All macMntt varrartea 1 years, and instruction
given in their ass, free rf ohsrse.
r -i 'li. vainiioi iiign voianona, u,
WM. BUNNIta a CO.,
d(c3-aawd3mfcw6ai Tike's Opera House, Cincinnati
HOUOAVPnEOEWTSs
ALSXAWDU'S KID .UOVES."'" " H '
, POINT I.A01 COLhARS.
. VALENCIENNES COLI.Aftg k BLBRVEfl. '
- IVB'D KU81IN do . ,- do y..
". ; UNBN do ' .'de I li
7.0UAVE BOSOMS' v do
PINE APPLE HANDKIRCHISra, GTLT BELTS.
BMBBOIDSRKD do HAIR NITS.
MOURNINd ' do . NUBIAS.
HEMMED, STtTOBiO, do -HOODS,
ORINIDINlsAit.ACli VEILS - SLEEVES.
LACECOlfi'UBlbS fe BARBES, OOK9ET3.
For sale by PETER BAIN,'
doclll. Wo. , Soslh High Btreet.-
A1.EXAIDUL9 KIO OLOVEH.
All iltei and colon Just opened at BAINS,
dte.U. ,. So.W South Blghitreet.
" m
1 ca in
Am
A
- y-Br. J. H." MCLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
PURIFIER.
The Ureateat Ilemedr In The
AND Till
MOST DELICIOUS
' AND '
DELIGHTFUL
, CORDIAL ,
'EVER TaKEN.
TT IS STRICT.
A
Iv a scientific and
Vegetable Compound. 'O .
trocurea uy me oiiiu
tion of Roots. Herln
and Barki, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
ttanaparilla, W I I d
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enters Into Its
MnnMlllM. . Tl,a An. ... ...
Defort) TaklnjUte active remedlainreriuKlng.
principle of each Ingredient Ii thoroughly extracted by
my new method of distilling, produoing a delicious, ex
hlierating spirit, and the moat INFALLIBLE remedy for
renovating tbe diseased lyitem, and tailoring the skik,
offering end debilitated INVALID to IlKALTII and
8TMK.NQTU.
ITICl.EAN'H 8THENOTIIEIMINO COII
DIAIi , . V Will aHectnally cure -
LIVER OGai PLAINT, DTBPEPBIA, JA0ND1UI
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Dlteaaee of the Kidneys
and all dlssases arising from a disordered Liver or tom
uh. Dvenemla. Heart hum. Inward Piles. Acidity or Hick
ness of theBtomaoh, Fullness of Blood to the Head, Dull
pain or swimming in the bead, mutation oi tne Heart
Fullness or Wels-ht in the Btomauh. Bour Eructattuis
Choking or lUlTooatinr feeling when lying down, Drvneis
or Yellowncnor UieBklnana Byes, Nignt Bweaur in
ward Fevere. Pain in the small of the back, chest or llde
Bndden Flashes of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful
Dreams, I.tneuor. Despondency or any Nervous Disease,
Borei or Blotches on tbe Bkin, and Fever and Ague lor
Obilliand Fever.)
' Over a million at Mottle
nave been sold durlus the last ilx month! and In no In
tenoe has It failed in giving entire aatiifaction Who,
then, will suffer from Weakoeai or Debility when MC
LEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will cure you 7
No lanenare oan eouvev an adeouata idea of the imme
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
thii cordial in the diaeased, debilitated and matte red
nirvoui system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or Impaired by ilckneal, tbe relaxed and unstrung
organisation ii restored to lis prutlne health anu vigor,
TKAHKIED FEUSOIMX,
Or other ccnselooi of Inability, from whatever cause.
will find McLean Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the lyitem ; and all who may have InJ ured
themaelvea by improper Indulgence!, will find In tne Unr-
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To Ibe Ladles.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Ii a sovereign and ipeedy care far
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, W HITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of the
Womb, aiddlniso, Fainting aad all Dlaeasei Incident to
remaiei.
There la no Mistake About It.
Buffer no longer. Take It according to Direction!. It
wlllitlmulate, itrengthen and Invigorate you and cause
ine Dionm oi neann to mount your cheek again .
very bottle Is warranted to give aettiiaotlon.
roit CIIIEDUEN.
If your children are sickly, puny, or afflicted, MoLean's
uoraiai wilt mane them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
noi a moment, try u, anu you win De convinced
IT 18 DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Oautioh Biware of Vrnggliteor Dealer! who may
try to palm apon yon some Bitter or Barsapsrilla trash
which they can buy aheap, by laytnj it ii just as good.
Avoid each men. Aik lot McLeaa'a Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothian ebe It la the oniv reme.lv thai
will purifr the blood thcroezhlv and at the our i-
itrengmcn we syiuun.
One tableipoonful taken ever mornlne faaUnv. la a
certain preventive ol Cholera, Chilli and Fever, iellow
iover, or any prevalent diieaaee. It li put ap In larra
bottlet.
Price only 1 1 per bottle, or C bottles for 13.
J.H. McLEAN,
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Alio MoLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment,
rrlteipal Denot on the comer cf Third and Pineitnuata.
Bt. Louis, Mo.
McLccn'g Votcadc Oil Lluimect.
Tne beat Ltstcent In the World. The only sale and
certain care for Cancers, Piles, Bwelllngi and Bron
chitis, or Ooltre, Paralyiia, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, tjhronie or Inflammatory Rheonpahem, BtiH
ness of the joints, contracted Muscles er Ligaments
Kararho or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Freeh
Cuts, Ulcers, Fever Bores, Oakcd b route BorcNIpplei.
Burns, Bcalda, Bora Tboit, or any tuflfinmaUon or Pain,
no difference how levers, or ho Inug the dieeuemay
have existed. McUan'i Celebrated Liniment la a cr
tain remedy.- . .
Thousands of human being have been laved a fife ol
decrepitude and alter by the use of this Inrft'eabie med
oine. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
erill relieve pain aim est teitoctaneoaaly, and It W.l
eleorie. purify and heal the fsuleet tores la an iocredi
iy short tints.
For Hoireea and Other Animate.
McLean celebrated Liniment Is tbe enly safe mi re
Uabie remedy for the cure of Bpevln, Bing Bone, Wind
gills, Splints, Unnatural Bnmpa, Node or Swellings. II
will never fall to cure Bis Head. Poll Evil. FlamV fHA
ruuoioa; Bono. , Sweat,,, if properly applied. For
Bprauu, BruUei, Beratohea, Bores or WiulOi, cracked
lleela, Chifei, Baddle or Collar Galla It Is on inbliinie
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a cure laecruin In
every instance.
Then trifle no longer with tha mans worfcleoa I.inl.
menu offered to you. Obtain a supply cf Dr- MeLean'i
eolehrated Llnlnenl. It will cure you.
J. II. Mr EE AN, Sole Proprietor,
Corner oi Third and Pine Streets, St. Louis, Mo.
For sale by all diugglits.
For sale by ROEESTS & SAMUEL,
auglra-dfcwly Columbus. Ohio.
.FANCY DRESSES .
FOB Till
MASQUERADE BALL.
C. CCSH.HAX, Doiroll, bate ar
rived lm Colambna and trill be found at thi
M05TQ0MEBY HOUSE,
Corner of South and High strecti,
Where he hai i larre mrlet af OeainnMe ! tmrm
dncrlptlonand character fer Ladles and Gentlemen,
huku win oe soanea on moderate tertna tor Hie at t ne
F1HCT MU8QTJEBADE BALL,
To be (Iven by the
Thalia Dramatic Association,
AT A FI B O 8 II A I, L ,
Oa Tuesday evening text.
jmlO-dld.
BILL POSTING
V'"".'' ;.vand ,r .
DISTRIBUTING BILLS!
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to the
POSTIKQ AND DI8TBIBUTINO
.... i ' r OF
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All orjen left at the Office of the Strteiman will be
promptly attended to.
Jinll-tf
GIFTS!
GIFTS!
r.IOR THI s:
GIFTS!
? . . -i A -;
OIiIDATS I
. . - AT.THB . , , .,'
GIFT BOOK STORE
SOW OPININQ AT '
No. 173, High Bt., between Town andBlohSu.
a few doors south of tho United Btates Hotel,
10,000 T0LTJMS8
Of Choice Books on every rabject and " ''
10,000. Wavtla ol Jewelrr.
To.be given to the purchasers of them at time of eels-
CALL AND KTAMINB OUR PLAN. -"'
dec26:dtf i-- .-. '. BLOCraf It CO. '
Sheriff's Sale.: ;
girber a ITarrleon
vs.
Superior Oourt.
Jens B. Lake
r
T Y VIKTUK OF AN OHDEHOPSAI.E
AJto Be directed, from the Sanerler Oonri ot w rank.
lln county, Ohio, I will offer for tale In the village of
bocariourne in laid county at me v.arehoatt now oc
copied by uavid Barber, en .-.',(.-
Mondays Vbs2Iatday af January, A. D. 16C!
at 10 o'clock, A. at. the . fbllowinst property to wit- ene
Dirrlek aad II xtn res belonging the re to, two itoneeheare,
9 crow bars, 1 Jack Borew and Lever, 9 Bledsee, 4 truck
wheeli. il Sheevcs. 1 Pick. 1 Stone Hook. buckets S
Ihoveli, lilngle ihleve block, 1 boe, 1 derrick frame, 1
cross traoe, a loi or ropo. and the eanai boat Logan,
.. 0. W. UUPIMAN. Bheriir.
; jeaO-dlOI. By En. Davis, Dop'ty.
-HOUOAV PHEOEWTO. -w
MINK MUFFS. VICTORINES and CUFFS we ore
now selling at very low prices, alee all other kinds
fashionable run.
PETR BAN1.
dcctl.
No
Uerld,
i
l i
t Booth High si
ScrofUla, or King's Evil,-
is a coHHlttuUonal diaeaao, a corruption of tlie
lilood.liy which this fluid becomes vitiated.'
jwenk, and p.jori Bcinir in' tlie circulation, it
e viuli s tho whole body, and may burst out
in dicso on any part of it. No organ is fiee
I'kiiii it attacks, nor Is there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
fiitixod by inorcuriul disease, Jow living, dia
onlorril or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
nun niiiiy nanus, ine depressing vices, ana.
nhnvn nil, by the venereal infection. What
i vcr he it arluin. it i, hereditarv In the eon.
Btitutioii, tUsccuding 11 from parents to children
luito tho third and fourth generation:;" indeed,
it twins to be the ro4 of Hirawho says, "I
w ill visit tlie , iniquities of the fathers,, upon
llirir oliildrpn," -. , : ... , ,
Its cflucls commence bv dcDosition ftom the
Hilfxid of corrupt or ulcoroua matter, which, in
inn iunas, nv.-r, nna internal organs, u termed
tuliprcl(j; In .Ihn glands,' swellinw: and on
tun Hiiiiiu-ii, eruptions or sores.. XhisfoUlcor
I'liptiou, which genders in the blood, depressed
nn. niiTnin oi hip, bo mat seroruious constitu
tions n.,t only sutiur from scrofulous com.
pluints but tlieylmve fur less power to with-i-tniid
-tin? iittneks' of other diseases r conso-
illii'Htlv Vast numbers ncriah hv rlisnriipra
wlinsb, iilllioii(;li not scrofulous in their nature.
aro still rendered fhral by this taint in the
-y-roiit. , jtosioiuio consumption wliich de-tiiimii-s
the Ipiiuiiih fimily has its origin directly
hi iiu Ni'i'iiiuious rnniuiniuution ; ana many
'liMi iu tivo disnasps of the liver, kidneys, brain,
mid. iudpi'd, rrf nil the organs, oriso from or
mi" u'rnvaffd liy the some cause,
On iin tiT of n our people are scrofulous
uii'ir -i wiiii mo iiivauuu Dy inii turturig in
I i tinn, und their Jionltlt is undermined by it.
'1 1 1 1'ii.-iiusi it from the system ive must renovate
urn i.in on ny nn alterative medicine, and in
vifi.reiif it by healthy food nnd excreise.
Sui li a me'dirine wo supply in '' L " ,
AYEIl'S '
Comjioiiud Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the nio.it ell'ei'tual remedy which tho medical
skill of our times can deviso for this every
wlwro pu-rnilingand fiitul malady.- It is com
huicd lioiu tho most activo romcdiols that have
been disco vtred for the expurgation of this foul
disnrd.-r from the blood, and tho rescue of the
systi m from its destructive consequences,
H.-iicc it should he employed for the cure of
not puly Scrofula, but also those other affec
tion" w'hi'li oriso from it, such ns Eiiuptive
and Skis- TIiskaskb, Sr. Anthony's Fiuk,
llci;, or EitYMi'iaaa, Pimpi.es, Pvstvlis,
Ut oTt iiKs, Hi.ains nnd lloiM.TuMOEs, Tetter
h nd S.n.T Him um, Scai.d IIcad, Kinomokm,
Kiiia'M.iiisM, Svi iiii.iTicandMEKCiitiAi.Dis
K.vsK.s, Duopsr, Dyspepsia, Dehimtv, and,
illdi'cd, AM. t'llMrl.Al.NiS AltlHINO FHOU VlTIA-
ti i) on JwiTiir. IIi.ook. Tho populur belief
in " imtiii-itif of the blood" is founded in trath,
for -I'loiulii is a degeneration of the blood.' The
piiitieiiliu purpose und virtue of this Sarsapn
l illu is lo purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
con tni.. iimtPd constitutions. .
Ague Cure,
rO!t THE SPEEPV Cl'RE 01, '
In term it tr lit Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Kriulttt-ist Fever, Clilll Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache, or Bilious
Ilratlni'lie, nnd Bilious Fevers, indeed
for the vt-liole clan of diseases originat
ing In biliary derangement, canard by
i.c -imlnvia of Plasmatic ConnUlre.
A c ar cnnWed hero to offer the community a
reme'r winch, while it cures the above comciuints
willi certainty, ii still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such rt remedy is invalunblo in diilr-cts
where these alllictina disorders dtcvhii. Tbia
Ct im" expels the miaimntic noison of Fevkk
ami Aot'F from the tvstein, and prevents the de-
vduimiriit llieuisease. if taken on the first an-
pr:;ac!:cf its premonitory symptoms. Itiinotnnly
the ust renicdv ever vet discovered for thia clais
CQinpi'tiTiU, but also tho cheapest. Tho laron
niinntity we s;tp!y for a dollar bunas it within the
rc? '-h of every body : nnd in bilious districts, w here
fivrit Ann Ague prevails, every bodv should
hove it end use it freely both for cure and protec
tion, n. uitiu aniivriuruy ui mis rerncay over any
ther ever discovered for the BDcedv and certain
cure uf Intermittent? is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consf-c-uentlj' it prodnres no quinism or"
ntlirr injurious ellects whatever ipon the constitu
tion, ihosc cured by it are left us healthy as if
tii'.-v had never bud the disease.
K-mr and Azuo is not alone the consequence uf
Ine nuasn-.Ktie prison. A arer.t variety of disor
ders prise fi-nm its iriitntiun, amontr which ar
ewatiiut, nhtumntitm. Omit, lhaaaehe. lltinri-
hmj, '1 onthaehe, F.aracha. Vatarrh. Astltt.ta. I'al-
jiitaticn. Pain ful Afftction of the Spleen, th;Ur -tff,
rain i.i the Bowls, Vr.lic, Paralysis mill l)c
rnnttmrnt of the Stomach, all of which, when
oriBiimtin in this cause, put on the intermittent
fipr, nr terome periodical. This " Cvuk " extols
the jioisoii nom the blood, and consequently oui-i
tlwiu all alike. It ii an invaluable protection 'o
imnHSrants and persons travelling or trinpuraiiiy
rciiiliim in Ihe malarious districts. If taken m-i.
lonallv or dailv while exuoied to the inlection.
that will bo excreted from the system, and cantint
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into lis-
caie. llence it is even more valuable fur nrntec-
tion than cure, and few nil! ever suiter from Inter
mittent;! if they avail thcmatflves of the proSei tiin
this icmedy.ufTorils, If::,- M .
rrspared by Dr. J. C. ATEB V CO., LowelJ, laasi
R0BIRT8 k. liHTTRt. Oclnmbu.
Ar.d bv Drngaiiti and Dealers everywhere. -
nov:iya,twaw
CASADIA5 &THJnED8TATE3 MAIL
STEAMERS
TO AMD fBOJII
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
i - and
The Montreal Ocean Bleamship Ootnnany's flnt-elais
loll-pewered Olyde-halK Steaners sail vrr (sat
arday from PORTLAND, carry In the Canadian and
L'DIIVU BUMS JUU ,IH.B,BS"'B. . ,1 .
NOVASCOTIAN.....
bOH E.MIAN
NORTH BRITON.....
CANADIAN
NORTU AMERICAN.
ANGLO-SAXON
HIBBKNIAN,
NO&WAQIAN,
Cipt. UcMaiteis,
Oapt. Orange,
.Copt. Borland, .
Capt. Oraham,
.Capt. Alton,
Capt. Balantlne,
I
bherteet, Cbeapesl and Qalckcst cou
veyamnas) irvaai
AKXRICA TO ALL PABTS OF EUROPE.
Will aall from LIVERPOOL everr Wedneidar,
and from QUSBKO aver 7 aatarday-.ealllcgat
LUNlHniauai to receive on eoersaau tana tiaiuana
Psseengeri, to and from Ireland and Scotland,
aiaagow panengens' ere tnralibrd wi.th me passage
tickets to ana rrom ixmaonaerry.
Kelans ticket! granted at reduced rates.
An experleneed Baraeon attached to each steamer.
CerttBoatee Usued for earrrtnc to and brinitini: out not-
Hngera from all the principal towni oi Great Britain and
Irrland, at reduced rates, by this line of iteamers, and
by the WASHINGTON MNB QF SAILUia PAOKITB,
leaving uvcrpooi every weeav '
For possigs, apply at tbe OrBce. 83 BROAD
WAX , Mew York, and 19 WATKK NT
Llverpaal,
. -.j SA8SL ft ITEARLK, General AgsaU,
Or to- .r J. R. ARMSTRONG,
olO lydAw. StateaaunOOce, Colombo.!, Ohle.
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REitlOVES Attn PREVENTS IN,
flammatton and pain, and heals tha wont burn,
scald, braise, eat, er fresh wound of any kind, its vents
swelling and pals, front be stings, inoequito bites, and
poisonoaa plants, neuralgia, rnenmattunf ague In Ihe
breeat, salt rnenm, etc n nen taken Internally, It will
positively cur croup in children, end glTCi tesmediete
reiteiinim wont rose 01 inuiarnDiecompiaiai; aiso,
removes boaneneei and sore throat. - Fries, SS eeats a
bottle. 8ho14 be In every house. For sale by Drug
gists aad Btorekeoper. IBVIN
i note rropneior, nv. ioprc.,i.,en, lun
I ootid wlyli ' ,,
rpHfi fBEDITOBS OF PHILIP MIL,.
X LAY. are hereby notified that dividend ef 9SiH
8cr cent hai been ordered to be snide by the Pronai
oart, of Franklin county, Ohio, and that oa MOisDAV
the lith day of January, 1NS1, t o'clock a. ., at Ihe
office of Wnrdea ex Dreesel, In the Oily ot Columbus
Ohio, Mid dividend will be paid t the creditor mittled
thereto. - a nii.Lan,
voiumuus, u., iiu.ii.iui. Awarnee
Holiday Presents.1
-DliAIN-ALE, Vt OOt, DE I.AIMtfi: ON
AT ly 25 eioti a yard. Rich Fancy (ilka at Ml ceni
yara.
.J I -
' " PETBR BAIN,
No. SStuuth High Street.
decSO
T7IVF1SINO DRESS GOODS. EE.EGAMT
JOJ Gold Embossed Tarlatans, the latest novelty- Plain
Whit and Colored lurlatani; W hite Peril HuillhOren
adlncBvulnglMie; Flala parly Silks. '
rii wisui.
"dccSl
fcSefouthHighMKet.
; rr r .
' By. StaU- Authority , -
CtfOIOH IIR8I CLisTTaBITEAlfCl, X TBfe
iETNA 1NSUBMCE CO.
OF HARTFORD, CONN. -
Inrornarated isio. Cbarler Verpelnal.
' cash oiriTAt
oi,coo,oco,
atr SUITS, .
f3Q,Ol4vX4a.07f
and the prestlft of SI W saoeew aMerparluse,
INVESTMENTS OP
$100,000 in Ohio Securities.
AllLottet equitably adjushd and promptly paid "
The Urgeat lose ever sustained br onr Inanran.-a
Oomnanr atone a,, in om. rrJ Jff ",Hf,,.
-oXXrCsa'frrl0 ""'
loiaei paid In Otoetanatt darrnf the pan m fta.
y ITTioTS.ftS.
Prupertv lciured asalnat Ik.
aAUl,Kcl Of FIRE AND PPPTr.3
OF
. inun.au WAVIOATION. ,
Sipaclal atUnUon riven te the mtaruoe of '
DWl'LLINOS AND FABU PKOPIRir,
for terns of one three er Sre yiari.
AppllctIoMiwelveddPoUcleataqdr . ,i,
VBEOERICX I. VAT. Inet. ! '
OFFICE IN CARPENTERS' BnrLniNrV?
I IT 8th filch street, Ovlnahna. '
' tepl3dlnili , ' ' '
Fire and Marin , . , '
INSURANHF AHCriPV
- nuisiiuis .-:
' . - i .. .
-3Etna Insurance Co.,
- i
i IfARTSTVDn pauu . ..
Capital and Surplus - -'$2,014,142.
Vt . a 'a. ; " f;sV
florin American Fire Insurance (V T
or
nuiiroBD, conn, -
Capital and Surplus - - - $351,084.
Norwich Fire Ins. Co.,
OF
NORWICH, CONN.
Capital and Surplus - - - $222,228.
Lamar Fire Insoranco Co.,
OF t IV .. ..l
ttgW TORI OUT. ;'
Capital and Surplus - - $348,049.
Providence WashiDgton Ins, Co,,
OF
PROVIDENCE, B. I.
Capital and Surplus - - - $345,786.
WESTERN MASS- INS. CO.,
OF 1
FITI8FIELD, MAES.
Capital and Surplus - - - $206,926.
FRED'K jTfAY, Agent,
OFFICE IN CARPENTER'S BUILDINll
117 South High St., Colnmbni.
leplS-dto-li
Dwclllugi, Huehlt Furaiitnre stats
FARM PROPERTY
lamvl by tha .
OF HABTTOSD, COTO.,
For one, three or flva years,
TTTAT VIRT 10W BATIS..OI
Cash Capital $1,500,000.
NET ASSETS, $3,014,142.37.
Apply to
FREDERICK J. FAY.Aoairr.
Office in Carpenter's BniJdiag, '
no. nv Boath Hih St.,
COLTJKBUS, 0.
KptlSiMmU.
MHS. WDfBLOW,
ezperieaeed Nurse and Female Phnlcian. nreauu ' ,
I .- lo the atteaUen oi Bothers, be .
SOOT H ING S YRUP:
FOR CHILDREN TEETHINGi
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
enlng the gum, reducing all Inrlimmellnri .will allay
a Li. t-AiN onatpasmadic action, and Is
SFJHE TO HEQTJI.ATE THE DOWELS.
ujiuu , momeni, n win give ren 10 yourselves
ana
RXLISr ASO ALTS TO TOITS HfFAia !
. We hav put up and eold this article for over ten yean,
and CAN SAT, IN OONFIDBNCl JJTD TRUTH, of It,
What we hare never been able to say of any other medl-
iiuv-toijti ii saiuku, in a einuLa inst
AHOB, TO EFFKOT A CURB, when timely urd. Kev- -r
did we know an Initaoc of diaaaUifootloa by any en
who used it. On the contrary, all ore delighted with lis .
operation!, and apeak in terms ot commendation ef 10) '
mogleal eSeors and medical virtues. We speak la tbli' '
matter 'WHAT Wl DO IMOW;" afrer ten yean' expe- ,
rtenol.AND PLKDOl OUR B1PUTAT10N FOR TBS
FCLILLMINT UF WHAT Wl HBRB DBCLABJ. Is '
almost every Initaoc where the infant ia seSering rroa i
pain and exhaustion, relief will be foand In tfteen or- -twenty
minutes after the Sy rap ti administered. - '
Thii valuable preparation is the proscription of one of
the moat XXFaUUItNOliDand SKILLFUL H0R818 In
New Bni-lind, and bos been aaed with MR VCR FAIL ' '
IKSBUCCBdB In
THOUSANDS OP CASKS.'.' ' ' :"r
It not enly relieves the shlld frssa pain, Out knviger..
stea lb stomach and boweli, oorrecte aoidlty, and glve i
Ion and energy to the whole peteoi. -. It will alstest in
tontly relieve .
GB J:I0 IH THI E0WXL8, 1VTJWIN0 COLIC 2 '
and overcome convalilons, which. If not ipeedlly resse-
died, end In death. W belter It the Blet and BUR
BST RRHBDY IS THI WORLD, la all ease of DVS
ENTERF and D1ARRHIEA IN OBILDREat, whether
U arises from teething, or from any ether cause. We
would lay to every molherwhohaea obi Id suffering froa
any of the foiegolng eomplaJnli DO NOT LBT TOUR
PRFJUDIOKS. NOR ink PRBJUDI0B80F0THBRS
stand between you and your inrTering child, and the re
lief that will be SUR-ye. ABSOLUTELY BURta
follow Ihe we of thii medicine, il timely sued. Full di
roctioni for niing will acooenpeny earh boHl. . None
geonln nnlta the fa simile of OURIIB A PBRAiNB,
Ifew Fork, Is on the ontsid wrapper.
Sold by all Druggists throughout the World." -
Prl icls)l Office, is CarSTMtN.V. .
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE. '
I octtf-dfcwl?. ' ' i ..... i
WM. KNAOE & CO.,
I A -a
AT THfIR HBW SALPS..
. xfWtJf, A O. 150 BA L TljlOBM ST.
ana
, NOB. l,3,San 7N.IUTAW BT
BT, J J
Otter for sal their oileorat
. . ,'. GRAND' '.''" "
i ' , , : ' V AND 81ARE
, i -,. PIAN0-F0RTE9. , ,
i Big highly tecossmeed by the trit taafaagiig ,
Uesioal aatoteursof th ceunsry, aad i .,-.!-
SVBhF I I .: iiil Ht ;.i--i
i INSTRUMENT ' wit i,. ,i
I WARRANISD BOB ' ...
Ti.i - ivjmiuii.
I Th asosl lastldtoae awatsait aaay rely nyeat aetng.:
nleiKd In every respeot. - -'tii
.Tor liberal. ' WM. KNAA1 A 00.
' 8 BLTZ1K WIBiraS, Agents,
lydsr. . i . Qoisttnbw. Ohio.
EST, ' J
High Greet Ctore . .1,
rOst SALE.' l ,'!!. g
THE THREE STOUY I IHE PROOP
8TORT HOUSI, No IS9, occupied iy Akin Ixa
oiy. Stove Dealer, cmpletely fitted with jl, Famlc
and Hoiitlog Jack. Th lot I lou by W, and is offeree
onrauooabletormi. Apply to .
' WM. B BROWN, -'
Jaiff-dfcl . . So. 33. Horm Third St.sat.
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