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THURSDAY EVENINU, JAN. 17, 18G1.
LOCAL MATTERS.
1''VUb Adams Eipreso Company places us dailj
under obligutlonB to it for the very latent papers
ifinn thocnotern citica.
m
I'hij Auioiicau Exproes Company has our
tlitnSru for Its dilv fnvore in the eliapeofthe
fery latest Cfiotcru papers. ;
(Jtatk Mii ith Association. This AuBocia-
lion held its annul I meotiog, yesterday, at tbe
y.'Qanrter Maatrr neutral's ofBce is this city,
Tne President being absent, the mestiaj ws
called to ordcrby Gon. Lccui Buttles, the 2J
1 vied rresiacnt. major ieu. iiildidsand, crig
. ' AdierGeu. cleich and Major Blibj, were ap
. ' pointed a Committee on Resolutions, whore-
ported a series of resolutions which were adopt-
Col. IUzlesvood, Col. STuaota ana major
Buss, were appoloted a Committee on Perraa-
neat Offioori ot the Association for the ensuing
year. The Committee made the following re
port which was adopted)
Prealrlant. IMir. Oin. Fitch: First Vice Presi
dent. Brie. Gen. Buttles: Second do., Brie
Gn. Carrleon; Third do . Brie. Gen. J. H
Bates : Fourth do . Brie. Gen. Bohleicb; Secre
Ury, Brig. Gen. Woods Treasurer, Capt. J. II
. Riley-
The Association then adjourned to meet in
this city on the third Wednesday in January
1863
.Tuc Comuittcic or Wats and Miasm of the
Orphan's ilome, met on Wednesday afternoon
Jan. lGih, and decided that there should be a
Festival for tho benefit of that institution on
the evening of tbe 13th of February next. The
fundi in the bands of the Treasurer are getting
low, and it is deemed advisable to make this
tppeal to the public. Tbe ladies interested in
the "Home," have been gratefnl recipients of
many bounties in its behalf, and while they
would return thanks for the same, they earnest'
ly crave a continnanco of them, and In faith,
make this new demand upon an ever generous
pablic, feeling it will not bo in vain.
Tbe homeless are Htill to be sheltered, the
naked clothed, and the hungry fed; and though
the demacdi for this pnrpoie are not large, they
are oanstaut, and the trotsury must be replen
ished
Contributions of money, fancy articles, etc.,
may be sent to No. 369 East Town street.
MRS H D COOKE,
Sec. pro tem.
H-v mm
'.Harper's Monthly Maoizink R, Kinnedy,
at hM Periodical Depot, on State street, near
the PontofDee, lias Harper's New Monthly for
February price '! cts. lis contents are A
Prep at Washoe; To Red River and Beyond
(Concluded); More about Spiders; Saint Bar
bara; Battle Gotiip;TI)o Skaters; Cousin Mor
rice; A most Unfortunate man; Tbe Haunted
tai the Hauuttrt; Introspection; The Adven
tures of Philip '(B Thaclcery); The Duellists
(By Bulwer); Portrait of a Russian Gentleman;
Monthly Record of Current Events; Literary
Noticcsi Editor's Euy Chair; Our Foreign Bu
reau; Editor's Drawer; Little Daughter; Fash
ions for February.
The Magazine is m usual beautifully illus
trated, and ererv one should be possessed of
this number, In order tj have the commence
' Bent of Thackirav's near story The Adven
tures of Philip.
The Cycloiuua of Imlsnd. This eihibi
tia at Mintgomery Htll drew quite a large
company together, last evening, who were great
ly delighted with what they saw and beard. To
light another opportunity will be afforded, for
tboje who desire it, to make the tour of the
' Green Uo of tbe Ocean," visit Its cities,;
lakes,chnrcheB,ca8tles,andtother interesting and
ttUtorio scenes, and listen to its charming songs
and rich native meloJiei, with frequent sprink
lings of the genuine Irish humor. All this and
more you willnjay by goiog to Montgomery
Hall to night.
CP The Lidics ot the Universalis! Church
and Society give their Annnal Supper and Fes
tival at Armory Hall to-night. From the repu
tation the Lidiea of this Church and Society
bare acquired for getting up superior entertain
ments of this kind in former years, and from
tbe arrangements and preparations which we
hear havo been mado for the Festival to-night,
we infer that it will bo one well worthy the pat
ronage of our cltizuns and others temparraily
resident here, who desire to cultivato the social
affections, and enjoy a reason of cheerful and
friendly intercourse.
ETThe auction salo of dry goods was cora
- nienced to day, at No. S49, South High st , by
W. R. Krnt, who will sell for a few days from
an extensive and very rich stock of Irish linens,
Broadcloths, Woolen blankets, Quilts, Dress
'Goods, 4o., Ic. An opportunity of this kind,
'for housekeepers to provide themselves is sel
dom offered, and many took advantage of it
today, and bought at extremely low prices,
even for the auction room. The very best of
goods are offered, and. are guaranteed to answer
their descriptions with regard to material and
perfection. Sales are made at 10 A. M, and
S and 7 P. M.
,,, The Sunday School Conoirt at Wesuy.
Chhl This Concert will commence this
ravening at 7) o'clock and close about nine
This will afford ao opportunity for those who
wish, to attend both the Concert and theUnlver
allsta' Supper or any other entertainment after
wards. The programme for the Concert is a most
attractive one, and the entertainment will be one
rarely, If ever surpassed on similar oooasions.
Encourage the children by your presence, whllo
Uylng tn a rich fund of enjoyment and of pleasant
memories for yourself. ' j
vFiai in Mechaniciboio. Quite a large fire
ocourred In Mechanlosburg, Champaign county,
on Sunday morning last. - It Is supposed to have
originated from a stove pipe. ' Tn fire spread
rapidly, and before It was snbdued, fire build
ings were destroyed, and a sixth considerably
damaged. The loss is estimated at between
seven and eight thousand dollars several stores
with their stock belnir destrovd. - t
ETTbe loyal citizens of Newport, Kr., on
Tuieeday last, fired one hundred guns in honor
of the Union. , i
Rail Road Time Table.
LiTTUt Mum c Ooii'slBus Xtma R. R, .
i . i t Leaves.
Arrives.
9.15 P. M.
i SOP. M.
2.45 A. M.
Accommodation 6.10 A. M.
Mo. tlx 2.30 P.M.
,(..,. Might Express. 3.45A.M.
CLcvtLairo, Conusant It GiMcimun R. It.
" Express tnd Mall 3.00 P.M.
flight Kxprwti 3.2) A. M.
CiKTatnOnio R. R. r .
Ixpnss Train....'.....' 3 00 K.K
Mall Train 11.40 P.M.
1.40 P.M.
l:J0A. M
S 30 A.M.
2 20 P, M
Prrrtatmstt, Oottmaot 4c OwcimiaTi R. It. -
' Etpress Train... 300A.M. 2.30 P. M
Mall Train ......k 2 40 P.M. 2.20 P. M
.y0eumsnt4iIiiuuMAroMiB.il.
LOolumbut, piqua at Indiana K. R. -. :
Express Train... .A 8:10 A.M. 11:10 A. M
Haprtas Train.., 2:i5P.M. 8:10P.M.
Diitctio. Many people have a prejudice
against Saleratus, thinking, and with reason
too, that this preparation Is anhealthful, and
ought to be avoided; but the best chemists and
most learned physicians say, that Saleratui
when free from impuritin, Is not only no'
healthful tai provooative of dyspepsia, bnt that
it, In reality, promotes digestion and strength
ens the digestive organ!),
fining this article, lately
n. . .... ......I ..ii
umng mis article, ittieiy imruauceu, aim m
only by D.B. De Land 6t Co., of tbe Falrport
Chemical Works, (airport, MoDroe CO., N. I
enables them to wake a perfectly pureSalera.
tus, which should at once be lb use In every
household. The purity and reliable quality of
Do Land & Co.'s Saleratus should make It im
mediately popular. It is for sale by most gro
cers and storekeepers, and the grocers in the
largo towns And villages wholesale it.
Larue Shipments. It is astonishing to see
the large amount of McLean's Strenothenino
Cordial that is shipped off daily to different
parts of the country. It is scarcely threo months
since this article waB first introduced, and now,
judging from its rapid sale, it is known and ap
preciated all over the Western country.
Every druggist, dry goods or grocery mer
chaut visiting our city should be sure to obtain
a supply of tbls Cordial. It is Just the thing
required to strengthen aud Invigorate tbe weak
A new process
and debilitated. Sl. Louii Democrat.
Guernsey's Balm. Ought by this time to be
in your home. Almost every family uses it
and knows its value, for Burns, Scalds, Bruises,
Fractures, Sprains, Neuralgia aad Rliouma
tlsm; it Is the best remedy koown.
O" See advertisement of Prof. MiLLia's
Hair Invigorator In another column.
GUERNSEY'S BALM!
SPECIAL NOTICES
HUNNEWELl'S
For all THROAT and
LUNG COMPLAINT,
UNIVERSAL
COUGH
REMEDY.
lliclnilina; WHOOPING
fjuiuii, ana every
Complaint the forerun
uerof, and even actual
CONSUMPTION.
The Great Nl-:iJIIAL
OIC KKlfaKOY and Nut
HUNNEWELl'S
urnl UPIATK. adantrf
to every apeciea of Ner
vous Complaint, Ner.
v o u a n d C It r o n 1 c
TOLU
neaaacne, ttiioiima
nam. tjaiarrn. Tooth
and l.ar Ache Loan of
ANODYNE.
sieep, ana uowcl Coin
plaints.
No real Justice can be dona the above nrpnaratlnna
but by procuring and loading descriptive pamphlet!,-,
be found with all dealora, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Phvil
ciana, who will Bod developments In Loth worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a trial vf the above rellaule Heme
dice.
Fur rule by the nsual whulcsalo and retail dmlen.
cveiywhere.
JOHN L HiJIIIIVi;iVELI., Pratorictor.
CHEMIST AND NURMACCUTIST,
So. 0 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Man.
Roberta Samuel. N. B. WhtkIc. J. R. Cnnk. J. kl
Denlg, 0. Uentg fc Hons, A". J. rJchuellcr t Bon, Agents
for Columbus, Ohio. niyl dlv
lilt: AMERICAN
MEDICAL AND TOILET
RECEIPT BOOK
This book contains Receipt and Dirtettona for ma-
Udj all the most valaabl Medical preparations In nse;
also Reclprs and full and explicit directions for making
all the most popular and useful Cosmetics, Perfumes,
Onguents, Hair Restoratives, and all Toilet Article!. If
you are suffering with any chronic disease If you with a
beautiful complexion, a Sne head of hair, a smooth face,
a clear skin, a luxuriant beard or moustache or If you
with to know any thing and every thing In the Medical
and Toilet line, yon should by all meant peruse a copy
ofthli book. For full particulars and a svmplo of the
work for perusal, (free) address the publisher,
' T. F. CHAPMAN,
No. 831 Broadway, New Tork.
ocCIOdlm
Headache ! Headache !
Thousand! of persons suffer from headaches to the seri
ous detriment of their comfort, business, and health,
who might easily be cured by simply using IIunpiikky's
HoMtoNUTic Bncinci. Tbe IIudacbi Pill taken In
the morning, and the Diitors Pill taken at night, rarely
fall to cure Ibe most severe and obstinate case. Thou
sands having tried th-m have been entirely freed of this
bane of their lives. Oo and do likewise.
Price, 25 cents per box, with directions. Six boxes $1
Bent by mail or expren, free of charge, celntof
the price Address,
Dr. BTTHPiIRRYS k CO.,
No. 502 Broadwar. New 1 a
Sold I'V ROBERTS St SAMUEL-,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists. 34 N . High street.
8. K. bAUUKL CO..
janl-dftwlm PS 8. High street, Oolumnut,0.
Seeadveitltecentln another column.
MOFFAT'S LIFE FILLS).
In all cases of oottlvenets, dyspepsia, billions and live'
allectlcne, piles, rheumatism, rovers and agues, obttl
nate head aches, and all general derangements of health
these Pills have Invariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy. A tingle trial will place the Life Pills beyond
the reach of competition In the estimation of every pa
Uent.
Dr. Moffat's Phcenlx Bitters will be found equally ef
tcadont In all cases of nervout debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, tha sickness Incident to females indelicate health,
and every kind of weakness of the digestive organs.
For tale by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, 33S, Broadway, N. Y.
and by all Druggists naySS-dftwly
The following ii an extract from a
Utter written by tbt Rev. J. 8. Holme, paster ot the
Flerrepolnt-Btreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to
the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0.,and speaks
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mat
WtNSLOw's SooTiuao Brarr roa Chimirix Tuthiiio:
"We see an advertlsment In your column! of Mat
Wihslow'i BooTHiNa BvRt:r.' Now we never said a word
tn favor of a patent medicine before In our lire, but we
feel cumpelled to say to yoor readers that this Is no bum
bug WIHAVRTRKD IT, ADD I10W IT TO SI 1U 11
cults, It It probably on of the tnoit 'successful medl
does of the day, because It ia on ot the best. And those
ot your readers who have habits can't do better than
lay In a supply." oar7:lydtw
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
Tha Original and Best In thi World!
All othen are mere Imitations, aud thould be avoided
If you with to escape ridicule.
GRAY, RED OR RU8TT I1AIR Dyed InsUntly to a
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to
Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have bee
awarded to Wm. A. Batcholor since 1839, and over 80,00
applications have been made to Ihe Hair of his natrons
of his famons dye '
WM. A. BATOnrvOR'S UAIR DTI produces a col
or not to be distinguished from nature, and Is warranted
not to injure In tha least, however long It may bt contin
ued, and tht 111 effects of Bad Dyes remedied; the Hair
Invigorated for life bj this splendid Dye.
Sold In all cities and towns of the United Statue
Druggists snd Fancy Goods Dealen. '
JUTbe Genuine has the name and address upon a steel
piste engraving en fonr tides of each box, of WILLIAM
A. BATCHELOR, Address
- CUARLEB BATOUBLUtt, FJoprletor,
)y!2 wly Bl Barclay Street, New Fork.
r To (Joneuuiptlvce.
The Advertiser, having been restored to health In a few
weeks by a very simple remedy, after havings uffered t
tral yean with a severe lung affection, and that dread
disease, Consumption it anxious to stake known to hit
fallow-sufferers the means of sure.
To all who desire It, he will send a copy of the preterit
tlon used (free ef charge), with the directions for prepa
lag and using the same, which they will find a scat Co
for Gowiosf prion, Arriitu, Brohcwitu, itt. The only
ohjeot of the advertiser In sending the Prescription It to
benefit the afflicted j and spread Information which he con
ceives to be Invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
trybUntntd,, will eotl the. ..thing, and V,
prove abutting.
Parties wishing the preeerfpttMWtll please address '
. , ' Bav. DWAB A. WILiON,
' ' ' t ' WllUamibnrgh, .
. . XbgtOomnty.Ntw Tork.
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TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL.
SENATE.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 17. 1861.
Pessenden nretented the credentials uf linn.
i Mr
ofreI'tt Morrill, asUoltedStateiSenator from Main, In
kl... l El. II 1 1 nu. .i-i . .. .
piKuoiiLr iiraim.
. Air. Morrill (worn In
im vrouQuiiai. nvrq mau iiiu
The chair presented a communication from tli (lov-
! Hon. S. P. Obue, at United Utiles Senator from Obia.
a no credentials wen read.
Mr. Hunter: called mi the dnflclencv bill.
Mr. Cameron desired to pottponti It In order to take
up another bill, which wai rery important.
Mr Hunter: 1 can't give way. The amendment it
to auUtltuta $iM,MU Inatead of $900,000.
Mr. Feuenden: 430,000 will benecoaiar,? to pa; the
expeniea of the two alareia already captured.
Mr. Hunter: (420,000 la the amount necestary to pro
tect the treasury.
The amendment waa adopted.
Mr. Hunter offered an amendment on the end of the bill
for 8300,000 to pay Ibe Ghertqul contraot, made by a Mr.
Thompson in May, 1H5'J. The contract It for a coaling;
atatlonon the Itthmut of Panama; $300,000 wet al
lowed for the Cherlqul contract, by a vote of ayes 34,
Days 8,
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. Pottle from the Navy commlttee.reported the Sen
ate Joint resolution In favor of Commodore Paulding.
Mr.
mnoman onieriea to its consideration. lie un
deratood that it gave permission to Commodore Paulding
to accept a tword and a grant of land from Nicaragua,
for having acted In tbe capacity of a constable, for Ureal
Britain and Nicaragua.
Mr. Pottle; The gentleman it entirely mistaken, it
was not for acting as a constable, but for distinguished
services rendered this country and Nicaragua.
Mr. fliudman would not inquire into matter of dlntln
gulahed services. He condemned Commodore PtulU
ing't conduct then, at he did now.
Mr. Clement, of Virginia, pretented a memorial by
28,000 persons. In his Congressional District, the coun
ties of onto, Htncock, Hrooke, Wetsell, and Tyler, In
favor of an adjustment of the slavery question In the
Union.
Mr. Webster of Maryland, presented a memorial from
his constituents In favor of the Crittenden plau of ad
justment. He telleved that tbe signers of the memorial
represented the'views of the people of all parties, In hit
coDgretsional District. Laid on the table and ordered
to be printed.
The Honse then weut Into committee of tbe whole on
the slate of the Union, and took up the army bill.
From Washington.
Washington, Jan. 10. Col. Haynn called on Die
President list evening and wat politely received He
ttated vtibally the purpose of hit mission wat to demand
the unconditional withdrawal of the garrison at Fort
cumpter.
The President heard him through, but then reqested
him to submit the matter In writing when he would con
aider his reply. This i( all that occurred, and Col.
Haynels perfectly in the dark as to what the reply will
be. He list been busily engaied most of to-day in pre
paring the dccuiuent, but the urgent solicitations of a
large number of touihorn Senators, I understand, have
Induced Col. Hnyno to modify hit views, and ha ht
telegraphed the fact to Uov. Pickens, and asked for fur
ther Instructions, aul theso Bouthernlfenators, lariat on
South Carolina doing uo act which will involve a col
lislon. Henator Davit hat dictated aid forwarded a letter to
Gov. Pickens which was written by another Senator in
which he supplicates him to ahindon any policy that
would Involve hostilities
The Cabinet has determined aialntt lioldint anr In
tercourse with toy South Carolinians, at ambiaadora.
It ft rumored, and aubarentlv unnnffood authoritv.
iimi mr. Ducuaoan ntt assured ice Boutn uiatwntie he
can never recognize the de facto Government of South
Carolloaqr any .other separate State, weeding it would
not be Inconsistent with his former position lo recognlzca
Government de ado. it embiuclua- three Ml or more
states combined
WillllNoroH. Jan. 17. Although the Rennbllran Sen
ators yesterday, voted against Crittenden's compromise,
their chief objection wat to that part which proposed to
divide the territory which mav hereafter l e arauired. but
a measure of that character, cooflned to the present ter
ritory, meeti with tome degree of favor by the Republi
cans lu.both branches ot Congress.
Ills known in most reliable llepullican circles, that to
far, Messrs. Beward aud Bates are the only gentlemen
selected for Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet, and probably Mr
Welles, of Connecticut: but this will not be al.iulutelv
determined upon, till the arrival here of the President
elect.
Illinois Democratic State Convention.
BntiRortXLO. III.. Jan 10. The Democratic Blotn
Convention met at the State House at 10 A M.-S3nf
the 119 eouutlet.were represented. Tbe Convention it
narmoniout.
Resolutions spooled almost unanimouslv. de
clare lliat.lt It the piomptlngi of patriotism and tho dic
tate oi wisdom to make earnest euorta to save the
Union by a ooncilliatory concesilou; therefore , In the
spirit of compromise we are willing to accent the amend
ments to the Constitution prcpotrd In the United States
Senate by Senator Douglas, Senator Orittenden't border
State proposition or an v other, wherehv harmnnv mao
be restored between the people of the different sections of
the countrr , we deny;Uonstitutional Hjht of any Btnte to
secede from the Union, and wears equally opposed tn
nullification at the North and secession at the Soutti.wh.. h
are in revolution against the Constitution; tfatt in the
opinion oi inia convention tne employment of military
force by the Federal Government to tfoerre the aubmar-
tsion of seceding Statet.aill inevitably plunge tbe country
iu i.ii wnr aim enureiy exiiuguisu an nope or tettle
ment of the fearful itiui-t now pending before the coun
try; therefors we entreat the Federal Government
and seceding States to withold military power, tnd under
no pretext whatever to bWin the sattun Into the hnrrnn
of civil war, until the people can lake.such action at the
irouoics ucmana; reoognitiog aud declaring tbe duty of
the Federal Government, through civil authorities, with
in the Jurisdiction of the Statea. to enforce all laws
passed lo pursuance of the Constitution, but we;distluct-
ly aeny uie Federal Government ha any Conttltutional
power to call out the military to execute these ltwa ex
ceptlnaidof Ibeoivil authorities; recommend the re
peal of personal Liberty Bills; reccommond that a Con
vention be held at Louisville, Ky., ou the 12th of Feb
ruary, to take Into consideration the present perilous
ttate of tho country,' and recommend to thencoiile tuch
amendment! to tho Cons lltutlon at will produce har
mory, ana internal leuiing tnrougnout tne Union. Said
Convention to consist of ont deleirate from each Con
gressional District, and two at large from each of the
thirty-three Slates, and we (request that the Legislatures
of tbe several 8 talet take steps for a Convention of.K tales
iur lue purpoM aiorcsaiu.
Missouri Legislature.
of ih
Committee on federal relations Introduced a bill in the
Scnato yesterday, which provides that the Governorthall
appoint one Commitiloner from each Congressional dis
trict, to a consulting convention of tiara Statea, to bs
held at Nathvllle, on the 4th of February, to agree up
on our common demand, by way of amendments to tbt
Constitution to be made by tbe slave States upon the fret
oiaie a, ana ine retuit to oo lata uerort tne Convention.
The third section of the bill directs the Governor to
appoint three commissioners from this State to meet
tiiiee commissioner! irom eacn or the thirty-three States,
lo convention lobe held at Wheeling, on tho 11th of
Februaiy, to adjust the nresent difficulties. nrrv tha
Union, aud avert olvil war.
The Governor It reauieed to anDoiut one cnmmlnlnnur
to proceed to Illinois, and reaueat tha Lenliiatur tn
second the movement, and use their influence with other
states, to nave conservative men appointed to the
Wheeling convention.
The Introduction or this bill gives general tttlifactlon.
Tbe House Convention bill wat amended vetterdav. bv
adopting a provision similar to that contained in the Vir
ginl bill, submitting the aetion of theConventlon to the
poople, after which the whole subject waa tabled, and a
aubstltute embracing .entirely new proposltloni, asking
uongrcst to can a convention ror tne redress nr our
grievancea, at provided by the flfih article of the Consti
tution, wat Introduced by Mr, Steven ton.
The petition praying for the adoption of the Crittenden
propositions by Congress, bearing nearly 0,000 name t
waa forwarded to our Representatives! Wajblngion.
Foreign Arrival.
Care Rati, Jin. 10. TheTentonla arrived off this
port to-day. She brings dates of the 7th.
Tht King ol Vruula It dead.
A terlout disturbance had occurred at Kerrekremot.
Hungay. The soldiery were called out and fiied on the
moh, wounding five penona.
Tbe bombardment of Uaeta was continued.
A Bourbon conspiracy bad been discovered in Naples.
Negotiationi between France and Sardiula had been
opened concerning Oaett.
Cotton market quiet. Corn in active dtmwd, Con-toltat92,(Bll3l.
Gov. Henry S. Lane Elected United States
Senator from Indiana.
iNoururoLlt, Jan. IS. The Legislature in Joint con
vention this p. m. tleolod Henry S. Lane, present Gov
ernor, to the United Slates Senate, in place of Hon.
Graham N. Fitch, whote term expires oa tht 4th of
March. The vols stood, Laae 88, ex-Oov. Joseph A.
Wright S7 Democrat! voting for the latter. Immedi
ately after the election Oov. Lane's resignation of tht
office of Governor of Indiana wat read, and Lieut.
Oovernor A. P. Morton appeared and took the oath of
ottice as uovernor and delivered aslort address.
Georgia Convention.
MiLLtnotviiu, Gi., Jan. 10. The Conveulion met at
10 o'clock. Judge Kenning waa chosen temporary Chair
man', subsequently Geo. W. Crawford wtt elected Presi
dent, and A. H. Lamar, ol Muacego, Secretary.
A committee was appointed to watt on Commissioner
Urr, of South varoiina, and snorter, or Alabama, and
request them to communicate with the Convention, also
to accept teats.
The Convention adjourned unlil to morrow.
Missouri Legislature.
St. Louts, Jan. 10. Tha Convention bill pitted the
Bute Benate last night by a vote of 31 to 9. Tht bill
leaves It to the votert to decide at the time of electing the
Delegate! whether the ordinance of secession. If patted
shall be tubmltted to the people for ratification. The
election of Delegates to he held Feb. 18th. and the Oou
Ttniton to meet the 2dlb or February.
From Arkansas.
Mixfuii, Jan. 16. Tht Arkansat Legislature hat
unanimously potted a bill aubmittlng the Convention
question to the people on tht ldth day of February. If
a majority favor tue holding of a Convention, tbt Gov
ernor win appoint tne nay oi lit mttting.
I
BaiDoiPoaT, Jan-1?. The Jury have rendered a ver-
SSST .VIS iTTS' Wd"
Potter Kellog, of Amherst, Mass., tht persons on trial
for the Adams Express taft robbery, committed oa the
"l" of ,0,B of APrl1' 1.B6-
- - , -
Poattairo, Jan. 17, Ha. m.Thereanasyet netlgns
of the Canadian.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN] NEW YORK, Jan. 17.
FLOUR recelptt7,8MI bblt. Marktt.lt. lower with
' little mora doing; talet 120,000 bblt. $i ltS3 8.'.
aaperflLt Btatt; t540ts$7 SO common to medium extra
western; $:a5$tS60 inferior to good shipping braoda
extra Round Hoop Ohio; Canadian Hour dull and droop
ing, sales 200 bblt. SJ5 50X317 25.
RYU FLGUR-tteady, 3 3614 IS.
WHEAT receipts SOU buth. market very dull aod a
ahado easier; tales 3,000 bush. I 24 for hortti western
Club, i:iu,l 31 choice Milwaukee Clubandlacobtr Wis
consin; tl :ull 3i Winter red Western, l i'i white
Western.
KYK-qulet 7375
KAHLUY flrmj sales of G OOD hush. State at Vil.
CORN receipts of 340 hush ; market dull and declin
ing; aalesof 31,000 at t870 for mlied western in store
and delivere).
OATS firm at 3rJ3M for Western Bute.
PORK-dull and unchanged; sales of r0 bblt. at
17,37(317,60; West ilJ.lwSlw.M,
BKKHr quoted unchanged; talet ICO libit.
CUT MiaTb-more active.
LARD steady; sales of SO00 bblt. at Dt&lu;; .
BUTTER fair request at lulio. tor Ohio; Hii'iu
for Stat.
CHKKSE steady atOOlOKc
WHISKY without material chan.e; talet of iluO bbla.
at H,v,319,Vc.
STOCKS active and better; 111. 0. telling, at Board,
at high at 90; money easy and plenty at old ratet. Beit
bankers' bills with fair tales; Ch. fc R. I . ; 0. St Ch.
tn; III. 0. bonds 04X; M. 8. 1'; Ohio 6't 07; Tretsu
ry It per cent, notes ma U. B. S't, of '0.1, 01,',
Cleveland Market.
January, 16.
FLOUH Bales ofSbu,h red extra at I ",00, and 70
bbls white do at IS 25.
WHEAT No tales reported
CORN Inactive at 3oc.
OATS Quiet at 2oc.
BOOS Have advanced. Bales of 20 head heavy at
3.00: a lot at ti.imii.W. dividing on2001bs. and 30
head at $043012$ for hoavy to extra heavy.
jiiiiiiwiNKB Steady, with sales at US".
SEEDS Bales of UK) bushels Clover alt I, .Oil. Tim
othy it Inactive at 2 00.
LARD Bales of 25 bblt at flc.
RYE Sales of 170 buth at 50o.
PORK Htosdy with talet at 115IKI,
BUTTER Bales of S bbls at liffii:i . unJ i U.li roll
at I'-'Xc.
EUUS Sales at 15c.
Cincinnati Market.
There it tcarcely anything doing In flour, and
are hut little more than nominal at our last quotations.
S I. Till for ordinary superflhc, 1 1,75 for extm.
WHEAT had abetter market to-day forrxportt but
not for local milling. Sales were reported showing an
advance of 2 or 3o per bush for shipping orders.
CORN on the cob It unchanged. Shelled It In fair
request at aoswj in bulk.
VATS art easier, and in soma Instances a concession
or one cent ptr buth wat made.
RYE tame at heretofore 42C3c.
BAKI.EY-hM I steady market at 7)3Tpo. for prima
fall. Canada tpiing it preferied to the extent of 5
jus. per ousnsi.
WHISKY dropped to 13)c. and has ratqer s nervt
less market'
iioos, wr? generally held tt 10.50 to day. and buvert
were quite willing to come up tn the DUtside extremes ef
yeswruay a prices fu.jj ana tju.iu lor txtia heavy,
though they were not pressing in their comyetltlon in tho
purchase of offetlngi. This minimum quoted yesterday
was ion signior to-aay, to ttiat we give tbe range rt run
Ling at ,30to0,5O. Oin. Con. Jan. 17.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OHIO,
Itlnniifacliiversj of all kind of Par
inblu mid Klattonary steam En
gines, miw millN, uriat Mill,
Vos &c .
LAXE& BODLEYEeatcn! II. t F. El. A XB YEcatcnl
J. tj. a. DUVAL L Beaten III COLUMBUS
MACLUXE CO. EcaUntttl ERAD10RD
CO. Beaten Hill
Oar Fortabla Engine and Sw Mill
Wot swarded the first premium of S30 at the Indiana
State Fair for 1-G0 ever Lane 4c Bodley't on tccount of
Price, lightaeea, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Enpine was awarded at the same Fair
the first premium of 8200.
Our Portable Engine wat award, d the Out premium of
$100 at the Fair nt Memphis, Tenn., over Blandy's Du
rail's, Columhut Machine Co't., and Bradford It. Co'a.,
by a commltteo of practical Railroad Engineer!.
For price and tormi address
W1LLARD WARNER, Treasurer,
dccS-dscwIjeols. Newark, Ohio.
Sheriffs Sale.
B. Vetterlein and Trnmbowtr,
rt.
Common Pleas,
John Naiile.et nl.
Nov. term. A. D , '00
BY Vlll'I UEOt- ANOKDEHUF SALE
to me directed, from the Court of Common Picas,
of Franklin County, Ohio, I will oiler for sale, at the
store room No. 35, opposite the Oonrt-Uoute, in the city
of Columbus, tale cnmmenolng on
Saturday, the 19th day of January, A. D.,18CI,
at 10 o'clock, A, M., theifollowlngdracrlbed propel ty, to
wit: Six spring toat chain; thlrty-tlxbedtand mattrat
set, twenty-six bedsteads and bedding, tlx cane teat arm
chain, a lot of ccnimon stands, and wushitands, tlx
dining-room tallies, two kitchen tablet, a lot of dinner
platca, aoup plates, pitchers and glass rare; a lot of
knlvet and forkt, tabletpoont and teaspoons; two cook
stojvet aad pipe, a lot of carpeting, wath bowls and
pitcher! looking glusiet, Sic.; one desk, two clocks, or.e
lounge, two round tablei: a lot of bar furniture consist
ingof bottles, decanters, tumMen, drainera, Ac; one
barrel of whisky, and a tmall lot of other liquors. Also
three bureaus; one spring wagon; one bone and harness;
four coal stoves, aud a lot of gas fixtures.
0, W HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
JanS.-inid By Ed. Davis, Dep'ty.
Mahogany Saw-Mill
-AND
BEDSTEAD FACTORY,
108 Pearl Street.
ROSEWOOD) ItlAIIOGANY AND
Black-Walnut Boards and Plank of various thick
nest; Mahogany ana nosewooa s.ogs; nanogany an
Rosewood Veneeni Zebra wood Veneers; Black -Walnut
and Oak Crotch Veneers; Line-mottled Mahogany; Walnut
and Oak Veneen; also, plain Veneen, attic, per foot.
for Frame makers-, Piano and Cabinet Mouldings; alto,
Hahonanytnd Walnut Banniatenand Newellt, allium
and patterns; Mahogany Hand-rail Stuff for Stair build
ers; Bpanish Cedar for Cigar Boxea; cut and tawed Back
ing for rtciurei ana iooting-giMi Frames. Alto,
X Inch Poplar, In large quantitira; Lignum Vitas, well
assorted for Block-makers and Ten pin Balls; also, cat
Walnut, Mahogany and Rosewood Veneen
Having built a Bedstead Factory adjoining my Mahog
any Baw mill, which Is now In operation, I would re
tpectfully invite Ihe trade to call and samlne my as
sortment of Bedtteads, which I offer for tale at low ratet
and warranted a good article.
UMHI LllllU,
Jy31-r,in 190 Pearl street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Betwoen State and Town.
TUB OLD UAKK1AUE
SHOP itstlll running, and although
the pressure or late yean basset heavily
nnon har runulnt e-eara. the it ttill turn-'
rig out those tpienma ruauuna, nuunavr ai o, ana
PRINCI ALBERT'S SHIFTING TOPS and NO-TOP
BUGGIES, CARRIAGES, BXPRHSS, SKELETON,
DEMOCRAT and OROOERt WAGON. BMALL OMNI
BUSES aud HACKS. Twenty yean aleady manufac
turing hat given our work a wide-tperad reputation
ihrouih the South and West.
We therefore deem it unnecessary to say any thing more
In regard to the quality of our work. We viitmr
bvkrt vsiiiCLi. tve can Ben own iar uvwin iron
li!5to'J50.
Dealen can be furnlahed with any amount ef work at
short notice, and at prices lower than can be bought any
when in tht West. Second hand Buggiet taken In ex
change for new work
JX'Repalring done neatly and at short notice. Fao
tory on Front, between State and Town street, Colum
bus, Ohio.
IT fAII oomnumcationa win receive prompt Biieniion,
Aug. 31 wly
I. M. WILLIAMS 00
KOLtOAV PBE$ENT$t . ,
ALEXANDR'd KID GLOVES.
POINT LA0H COLLARS.
VALBNCIENNNA COLLARS at 8LEEVE3.
KMB'D MUSLIN do do
LINGN do rto
ZOUAVE B03OM3 do
PINB APPLE HANDCIROUIIFB, OILT BELTS. '
EMBHOIDKRED do UAIR NET8.
MOURNING do NUBIAS.
HEMMED, HTITOBED, do HOODS,
0RKN1D1NK 4t LAO II TOILS BLERVEg.
'' LAOKCOIFFDRESk BARBE3, OORSITB.
For sale by ', PETER BAIN,
docSl. -. No. 89, louth Ulgta Street.
OF TnE CONDITION OF TBE
City Fire Insurance Company,
OP HARTFORD.
0R!';:,,B. 3' P'VOF OFA!tinttkUt
1H60, madnto the uJiorof Ohio, pursuant to Oie
Statute of the State, entitled -An act to regnlaM Insn
ranco Cotrp.uiee. not incorjiortted by the Ktale of Ohio.'
passed A, r 1 8, 185B.
NAME AND tOOA'LITIKS.
1st.
The name of the Company It "City Fir Insurance
Compauy tf Hartford" and Is located at Harlfjrd.
Connecticut.
I. CAPITAL.
The ainciiDt of lit Capital Stock. Is. . sjttn OIK)
The amount of Itt Capital Stock paid up la 'IVi una
IA.
3d.
4th.
II ASSETS.
( aul of i Up Company on hand
and in Bank an jj
I 9. Cathln the hands of and due
from Agents or In Tran.it 91. 1A1 ni i-
3. Real Iiute unincamtered none
4. Tin Bonds and ttockiowned by
the Company is per vouch
er! accompanying how te
cured, and the rate of In
terest thereon, to wit:....
No. Shares yu y.i. aru,L-t i i
Z "l,B''?k, B,0Cl1 N-V-lU,0W0Olll,7()UI
1UU Continental III (um mi un.,a.w,
100 Metropolitan " lO.OOO nil 1n'?in i...
100
50
100
100
100
51)
05
100
100
11)4
100
M
5(1
50
25
lit)
10 500 01)
Bank of Republic
5,000 Oil
5,500 110
10,000 00
10,200 00
5,1110 00
3,1511 10
6 500 00
10,000 00
10,000 00
lo.ofs ou
10 600 CO
3,050 00
5,450 00
5,000 U
2,875 00
5 500 no
7.80-1 00
:,ir.fl oo
zuarxei nana
Shoe 4s Leather
Merchants Bank
Bank of Ocznmence
Hide 4c Leather
Safety Fund
Revere
V 10,000 00
10.100 Oil
'' 3,000 00
U;ston 5,000 00
8J00 00
" 10,000 oo
" 10,000 00
Hartford 10,400 00
" 10,000 00
" 5.000 00
Mercantile Bank
Charter Oak
Phionlx "
A-ltna
Merch'tt fc Manuf'tt "
Oily Bank Stock
Bank of Hartfoid Co. 11
Exchange
5,000 00
5,000 00
2,500 00
5 500 00
7,500 00
j.l.sK) 10
150
50 Union llank 8tncl, All,i...
Bonds
10 Brooklyn City Water Bocdi
tl.OUOeach
10.000 00
11 OCA 00
10,000 00
5.000 10
4.000 00
10
10
Ilarlfurd City Bondt 1 000
each
Indiana Central R, H.
Bondt $ 1,000 each
Certificate of Ohio State
Htoek
Hartford 4c N Haven R. R.
Ponds ;
lo.otn to
11 330 OO
10.000 00
5 000 CO
4 (;o oo
Total Bonds and Stocks Mar
ket Value
Debtsdue the Com any, tccur
1201,4 ,3 Oi)
cu oj morgage,on unlncuin
bercd Real tjtate, ,ai per
vouchers accompanying ..
0. Debtt otherwise secured, at per
vouchers accompanying viz:
Total amount loaned on
Collateral!
Accrued Interest payable' Jan-
. usry 1, leci gofijy 42
1 . Debts for premiums none ....
U. Olliet Furniture Library... 1 12d 37
2l.Uo (10
ti'.Uiti bO
Total ttsets of tht Comptny. . .
t , 111. LIABILITIES.
5th. The aaountof liaUliticaidue
ornotdue. to Banksaud oth
er creditora none
Oth. Lossesadjustedanddue.none
7th. Losses adjusted and not duo t'2,3JU 2'j
8th. Losses unadjusted and....
Oth. Losses In tuapente, waiting
for further proof including
t '2 200 resisted 34,010 00
10th. All other olaimt againtt
the Company none '
Total liabilities
IV MI.qnrr.I.iMCfirra
ex ten 2?
llth
The createst amount intureil in '
one rusk the rules of Ihe Company lim.
its to
12th. The greatest amount allowed hy the
10.0CO 00
rmea 10 rje insured in any oneclty,
town or village, varies sll owing to
the size and class of propertt
13th. The greatest amount allowed to be
Insured In any ore block varlei at
s. .... ........
14th. Ihe amount jof Its capital or earnlog depotited
... ,c, rccuniy iat losses mere-
naming them, with the amount in each, and
' 1 V vvu,i"",y iranaacti any business
um. Ihe Charter, or act oflnoornointinnnra.i l o,
pany it the tame at heretofore flleJ.
Etati or CosmcTicoT.f
uouuty 01 itarirord. )
C. B. Botvns, Pret.'dent. and C. C. Wim. Rwrn
taryof the City lira Insurance Cempany, being severally
affuru, uei- nuu any, m tne loregcing is a full, true
and correct statement of the attain of tbaaald Onau,
mat iuc wm u inaurauce company ia tne none nae own
er if at least ONE UUNDHED THOUSAND DOLLAR
of actual cash capital Invested In Blocks and Bondt, or
In Mortgages on Heal Estate, worth double the amount
fur which the tame It mortgaged; that the above described
investments, nor any part thereof, an made for the ben-
eut et any inmvMuai exercising authority In the man
agement of said Company, either as President. Becretai-y.
Treasurer, 1 Irector, or otherwise: that tha mortimcra
nuuro uncniwj uavo oui oven assiguea, nor in any msn
ner released or impaired hy said Company; and that they
wre the above described odicera of said Insurance Company-
0. B. BOWERS, Pretideut.
, , O. C. WAITS), Becretary.
Subscribed and twom before roe. thlt7th day of Jan-
nary, IMI. jj, DODD,
lL -J NoUry Public.
Orrics or thx Adoitor or Etati,)
Columbut.O., January 14. Iftil.)
I, Robert W. Tayltr. Auditor of State, do herehi, car
tify that tht foregoing it a correct ecpy of the ttatement
of condition ot the City Fin Insuiarce Company of
iiuruurn, vuuuccucui, mane 10 tnti ouict xor the year
lrfil and now oo tile herein.
Wltnest my hand ami teal officially.
I" 8. R. W.TAYLER.
Auditor of State.
ByO. Cols, Chief Clerk.
Certillcate of Authority.
(To expire on the 31st day of January, 1863 )
Adoitor or Stati'i Omct,
Insiamct Dstariksnt
Columbus, Ohio, January 14, letw.
WiixreaS, The CIIY FIRE INSURANOB COMPA
NY, located at Hartford, in the Slate of Connecticut,
hat filed in thli office a sworn ttatement of Hi condition,
as required by the nrat section of Ihe act ' To regulate
Insurance Companies not Incorporated by the Bute of
Ohlo,"pis?ed April 8, lr56; and WnntiAt, taid company
his furnished tbe undersigned satisfactory evidence that it
it possessed of at least one hundred thousand dollars of
actual capital Invested In stocks, or In bondt, or In mort
gage! of real estate, worth double tht amount for which
the tame ia mortgaged; and, Wiixrkai, laid company has
file! in this office a written instrument under itt corpo
rative teal, signed by the President and Becrattry there
of, authoriting any agent or tgentt of tall company in
the State, to acknowledge service of process, for tnd In
behalf of laid oompany, consenting that such tervlce of
process shall he taken and held to be at valid aa if served
upon the oompany, according to the laws of this or any
other Btatt, and waiving ail claim or right tf error, by
reason of inch acknowledgment of tervlce.
Now, therefore. In pursuance of the flnt section ot
the aforesaid act, I, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of Bute
for the State of Ohio, do hereby certify that taid City
Fin Insurance Company of Hartford, Connecticut, Is
authortted to transact the business of Fire and Marine
Insurance In thli Bute uutll the thirty-fltit day of Jan
uary, In tbe jear one thousand eight hundred and llxly
two.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto tubtcrlbed my
name and teased tbt teal of my office to bt
tuixed the day and year above written.
R. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of Bute;
By 0. Cols. Chief Oleik.
J. H. WHEELER, Agent,
COLUMBUS, OHIO.
fo. sit South High Street.
Janlj dlw
FBICZ8 BBDTJCKD
From the New Vork Observer 1
At all nartlet manufacturing Sewing Machines are ob
Used lo pay Mr. Howe s llceuse on each machine sold,
and are a so compelled to make ntnrnt to him, under
oath, as to the number told, hit sookt live a correct state
ment. From thli reliable touroe wt hare obUintd tht
following elathtici. Of the machines made iu the year
1S59, there wen told,
By Wheeler It Wilton 81,30.1
i. it. Singer tx uo iu.um
" Grover Baker 10,880
f howlng the talti of Whieler at Wilson to be dotiMS
thoss of any other uomptoy.
Awarded tht highest premium at the
United States Fain of IP58, 1819 and 160;
alto at the
Ohio Blale Fain of 1859 and 18C0;
and at nearly all the County Fain In the Bute.
Our prices, at Ihs late reduction, are at low at any
lode DMCA machine now told, and but a trine nigner wen
the luterlor two thrtai cAoiis sMcA iioAnt, now
rnrA,d unon the market.
The WHEELER At WILSON MACHINE mates Ihe
Lock Btich the onlv one which cannot be raveled. It
Is Alibi on Born 8 met of the goods, leaving no r'dg4 or
AWtAff fAn under. mid.
All macttnti vafanted i years, and ittirvcUon
vtv.n In their nie. me) or entree.
II. CRARY,81 High it., Columbus, 0.
WM. SUMNER l CO.,
' ac3-Sawd3mJtwCm Plke't Opera Hoaee, Cincinnati.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS
MINK HTJFFBi TICTORINKI and CUFFS we are
now telling at very low prices, also all other kinds
fashionable fun.
PETR BANE,
dectl.
No. 80 South High tt.
Ml
Scroftila, or King's EviL
ii a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
hbod, by which thie fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may burst out
in disuse on any part of it. No organ is free
" wiw una wrucn it may
not destroy. Tho scrofulous taint is variously
ontiwd by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
nun niriiy nauits, me oppressing vices, and,
nhove all, by the venereal infection. What
t'ver bo its orisin, it is horeditarv in the eon.
Mil titioii, deaccitding from parents to children
iimo in? tinra nnn lourtli generation ; " indeed,
if eem to he the rod of-Him who sny, I
ivill vUit tlm iniauities of the lli.'hers unnn
.heir rhildmi."
Its floeti commence by deposition from the
kioou in corrupt or ulcerous mntter, which, in
the linir, liver, find internal orirans, is termed
tulir-ii len; in the glandi, mvcllingsi and on
tne mriuw, entptioin or sores. This foul cor.
iiiptiun, vtliieh genders ill tlio blood, depresses
i.,.- ransii" m me, so mat seroiuious constitu-liuii.-
not only suffer fimn scrofulous com-
plittiif", imt they lmve fur less power to with
ai.uid tl.e ttti.tf k- of other diseases; conse
ijiumly va-t nuniliciJ perish by disorders
liM.ii, iiiiiiuiiii not sei'uiuious in their nature,
ate - till rendered fatal by this taint in tho
hj.-t.-m. .Most tit the consumption which de.
i liniil. - the l.itinat) fintily has its origin direotly
in lliU Hriiil'tilinm rontamiiiation ; and many
(lesfrui-tive ilixensr s of the liver, kidneys, brnin,
'!. indeed, of nil the organs, arise from or
me ngrnvnted by the same cause,
Hue ijujii ter of all our people are scrofulous ;
I heir ierf.ns nro invaded by this lurking in.
1" rti.m, nr.rl tlioir health U undermined by it.
To i-l. ante it from the system we must renovate
tlio liiomi by nn nlterative medicine, and in-
yisrorare u ny licaltliy tooa and exercise.
Such u ineilii ine vvo supply in
AYER'S
Coiupoiuid Extract of Sarsaparill.1,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
"kill nf our times can devise for tins every.
where prevailing and futnl malady. It is com
bincd from the most active rcmediuls tliat liave
bc-en diseovcrcd for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
svstem from it destructive consequences,
llence it ahould be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other olToc
tions which arise from it, such as Eruptive
and Skim DinEAsns, Sr. Anthony's Fiiir,
r.mr, or r.iivsii-nr.As, PiMi'T.E.a, Pusti'les,
Hi.oTi.iiKa, lli.AiNsnndlioir.s.Ti'Motts, Tetter
and ai.t Kiu:i;, Scami Head, Hinowoiim,
llin:t M vtihm, Sv en ii.itic and Micitcl'itiAf. Dis
i:.wi:s. Dhow, Dvspepsia, IJeiiii.itv, and,
illll. I'd, Al l. CoMI TAINTS AlttNlNO FllOSt VlTlA-
ii. n ou Imi-i iib Umiod. The popular belief
in " iiiiHtriiii of the Hood" in founded in truth,
fur M i oi nlii is it degeneration of the blood. The
p:iincii!;ir purpose uml virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla it to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible in
conttiiniimted constitutions.
AYER'S
Ague Cure,
TOR THE SPEEDY CURB OF
InlrrinlMr-iit Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Krniittriit Fever, t hill Fever. n,in.i
Aijiic. t'ei-iiMlirnl llcadarlie, or Bilious
Ili-nlnc'lie, nsrd Ililioue Fevers. Itidenl
rot- tiie whole class of diseases orlRlnnt
iujf in till iur j- lrraua;cinent, rauaed by
the Alvlnrln of Mlaainatlo Countries.
AVe r.re enahk-d here to offer the cnmmnniiv n
remedy which, while It cures the above comnlniiils
with certainty, is atill perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Knott a remedy is invaluable in districts
win-re these nllHcting disorders prevail. Tin
"Ct'itu" expels tho miasmatic poison of Fbveu
ami Ahi k fiom the system, and prevents the de
velopment nf ihe diseuse, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It it not only
the hot remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the eheanest. The larne
quantity we supply for a dullnr brinus it within the
reach nr every body : and in bilious districts, where
Fever and Aouk prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure ana prelec
tion. A tfreat superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered fir ihe speedy and certain
cure of intermittent-, is that it contains no Ouinino
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious ellccts whatever upon Ihe constitu
tion, 'iliose cured by it arc left as healthy as if
they had never hud the disease.
1-cver and Asrtic is not alone tho cntisenuence of
Ihe miasmatic noisnn. A crcat variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, umonir which nro
San allin, llhciimutiam, Gout, Jli ailarhe, liViid
iicjj, 'lontlttichc, i'.ararlie. Catarrh, Asthma, VaU
jiitulion, l'ainfil AflvHivn of the Spleen, llixtrr-
i;i r.'r nmnij, cone, I'amliisn ami Me-raitji-r.ieiit
nf the Sto:nac!i, all of which, when
origin:.!, n,j in this cause, put on the intermit tiht
type, nt become periodical. This " Ccitc " expels
the poison from the Mood, and consequently cures
tliciu all alike. It is an invaluable protection tn
imini-'rants and nersnna tratcllina- or teiiinnrni-ilv
lesidingin the malarious tiistiicts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will lie excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into clii
case. Hence it is even more valuable fur i-roicc-
tion lb an cure, and few will ever surfer from Inter
mittent:! if thev avail themselves of tin- m,,!-....,;.,
this remedy alfonh-
Proparcd by Itt. J. C. AYB & CO., LovU, itlau
ROBERTS k eAUUKl. Columbus
Aid by Srugfrists and Dealors evtrjwhere. '
ouvv.iya,iiratw
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES HAIL
STEAMERS
TO AND FHOIW
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and.
3JJ33,W YORK.
The Montreal Oottn Steamship Comoanv't first s?lsss
full-nowored Clyde-built Bitaaien sail every Sat-
uraay irom rurtii.arii, carrying ue C'snadlan sod
United Btatts Mall and psiKngtrs,
NOVASOOTIAN dpt. UcMattert,
Bohemian Oapt. Onnire,
NORTH BRITON Oapt. Borland,
CANADIAN Oapt. Oraham,
NORTIl AMERICAN. .Capt. Alton,
ANGLO-SAXON Capt. BalanUnt,
HIBERNIAN,
NOKWKGIAN,
S liortest Cbearest and Quickctt Con.
vtyance irosu
AMEEICA TO ALL FASTS OF EUBOFS.
Will taii-from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QDEBRO every tfaturdaftaalllncat
LuniiUKAicHitr, to rtcetvt on Board and lard mailt snd
Passenitrt, to snd from Inland snd Scotland. .
GIajbow passtnttrt art furnished trith ran catsan
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Kelurn tlcksts ((ranted at reduced rates.
An experienoed Surgeon attached to each steamer.
Certificates Issued for oarrylns to and bilnainc out Dal-
tennrt from all the principal townt of Great Britain and
Inland, at reduced ratet, hy thli Una of tleamen, and
by the WASHINGTON LINK Of BAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every weak. - -
ror passage, apply at tha Office 88 H Kit All
WAY, New Vork, and It HAI KU ST.,
Llverpeel,
' BABEL BEABLE, Geo tral Agents,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG,
nolO-lydtw Suteiman OOice, Columbus, Ohio.
GUERNSEY'S BALM
REtTIOVES AND PREVENTS I N
fiammatioa and pain, and heala tht wont" burn.
scald, bruise, cut, or fresh wouod of any kind, i raventt
swelling and pain from bee ttlogi, mctqulto bltet, and
poisonous plants, neuralrla, rheumatism, agna la the
breast, salt rhtum, tlo. when takea internally, It will
positively cun troup Inohlldrvn. and givet luimedltts
reneiintne worts rase oi tnit ternoie compitmi; also,
rtmoves hoarseness and ton throat. Price, 115 eeMta a
bottle. Should be In every house, tot salt by Drug
gists and Storekeepen. IRV IN 8TON I,
Bote rroprteior, no. t npruceet.,new soil
nettdkwlvlt
rpHE CREDITORS 6F PHILIP ItllL,.
X 1A are nereny nouued that a d vldend of 3Si u
per cent has been ordered to be made by the Prolate
Court, of Franklin county, Ohio, and that on MONDAY
the Attn day or January, iwi, at o'clock a. m.. at the
office of Warden at Drettel, In the Oily ot Columbus.
Ohio, said dividend will bt paid to the oredlton entitled
uento. JAMBs AIILLAY.
Oolumbut, 0., an ll',3td. Assignee
Holiday Presents.! i
DLAIN-ALL. WOOL DE LAINIS', ON
1 ly SS cents a yard. Rich fancy Silks at SO cents
yard
PXTKR SAIN, 1
No. 99 South High Street.
d50
TVEN1NU DREIIfiOODI, ELKUANT
Hi Gold Eraboteed TarlaUnt, the latnt novelty. Plain
White and Colored Tarletaot; White Parit Uusllo Oien
adine Ivenlng Robes; Plain party Silkt.
PITIR BAIK- "
' ' decSl 1 v,i rToiS9Sauthllihitnet..
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and JJIood
PURIPiEn
'lie Greatest Uetuedr l Ttst,
risi,
and thi
MOST BEIiaOUB
cordial t
ever taken, 1
It is strict
ly a aclentlno and
Vegetable Compound,
Srocurrd by the d Mun
ition of Hoott. Uerla
snd Barks, Yellow
Dock. Blaai ln.i
Sarsaparllla, tf I I d
uiierry nark and Dan- d
dellon anUrt into Its'
Before TaUnjITr;,. riai After Taklw.
principle of each Ingredient U thoroughly eatnefed b,
my new method of distilling, prododnj iiYuZiTa.
"Plrlt, and the moat INf ALLIBLR tamed lo,
renovatlni the d seaaad mtm ..j ....,"7'.,r
DICLEAIVVS STRENOTUENIMn
COM
DIAL.
Will effectual! n
LIVSB COMPLAINT. DYSPEPSIA tantinvn.
Chronic or Nrvom Dhllll. mu.u.,r v. b-,.
S? nlll J.rt,lnP ,ro disordered Uvtr or Stom
aon, Dspupsia, Htartbura, Inward Piles, Acidity or Rick
nets of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to thTueaZ Duli
pain or swimming in the bead. Palliation of tha Heart,
Julta.ii or Weight in thi Stomach, tea, BmeUttooT
Choktag or ttuTocaUng feeUoa when lying down, Drvaeat
orYellownettof the Skin an3 Syss. Might Beuflu
J!!!Wr'
s. ; s, , r r ' r ervout viaeate,
Ohm, 5 m".?n the Bkin' d f " (oi
Over a flltlliata of siatti.
Ilave been sold durlnr the lait v. ..a .
Unot ha. it failed In" giving m,aZlS2fiZm. mSL
men, will suffurfrnm Weaknest or Debllite h. ii
LBAN'8 BTBRNGTHKNINa COItDIAL w fl SjwSS
No UnBTIHtra Mn mn- .n -Jaa-.- .a . .r uu'
rf Di,l!a.0,t Blre"0s change produced by taking
thit Cordial in the disrated, debtliuted and abattered
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak br
nature, or Impaired bv alcknen th. ..i.; ..!r" VT. '
oiganltation U restored to iu pristine health and vigor.
r hiamuibu PERSONS,
Or olhera contclom of lt,btllt. r. k....J. ... "
Will find McLean s Strana-ihenln rtnnii.i .
regenerator of tht system; and sll who may navs Injured
Uiemselvei by Improper Indulgences, will tad In the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy .
To the Ladiea.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
u t sovereign and speedy cure for
NCIPIENTlONSUnPTION.WIIITKM
Obstructed or Difflcult Menstruation, incontinence of
t I";,,,, uisciiarge Hereof, falling of tha
Womb, Gidd aeaa. Vulnili, iM n niu. i. T.i... . -
Pemtlei. "
Tusrs is nt) Klstaks About It.
Suffer no loneer. Tak It .H.rHif in niii .
Ill stimulate, llienirlhen .r.rl lnl....... .... ...J
the bloom of health lo mount your cheek sgsln.
oume it war ran tea uigtre tatiitacum
FOIt CHILDREN.
If your children are atLlw. nnn n..ffl!.bi m.t .1
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
us amomeni, try it, and you will be convinced.
T IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Cactio. Beware at nra.rli-1 A- nMi.
L7. "VV ,ou Wttar or SarsaparUla tnub
which they can bay cheap, by sajrin, It It juat aa good.
Avoid inch men. Ask for Mr-Lean's StrengthentoJoM
dial, and . take nothing else It it the only teiedj ibat
will purify tha Hoof thoroughly and at the ime time
strengthen the tvttem.
One Ubletpoonful takea every morning faatlag. le
certain preventive of Cholera, Chilli and fever, f.lio
a
It Ii put op In targe
p-j,iiee.
Price only f I per bottle, or bottles for 5.
J. is. UcJuSAaT,
Sols Proprietor of this Cordial.
. , -""ii vmuw vu s.uiment.
rrlDdpal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine streets.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Tjs belt Liniment In the Worn Th. .i. .- ..
.rt.i. n : ;. "" "'
. , Bweinngi and bron-
Mui-'iV.' 2?lr,LPM',rt' Ne"18'- Wekneof .he
Mueelet, Cnronlo or Infammatory Rhenmatltm, S'.uT
S"" "J th Jou". contracted Muscles or Ligaments
rft!Cni0'T2'h,ch! B""", Sprains. ffoanaVfraJ.
B.CtWM:F2:eM0re?' U"',B SoraNlpp"
Burns, Scalds, Sore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Plu
MdUferenta how severe, or hoe long the dieeaeemay
tave exnted. McLean's Celebrated liniment toa cor
iuo remedy.
Thouaandt of human beings have been saved a Ufa of
decrepitude and misery by tbe use of tn it Invaloabm
OlDte
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and it trll
o eante, purify and heal the foulest aoret in aa lncredl
ly abort time.
Far Uersea ana Other Animate.
i M,cU" ' celebrated Ltshnent tt the only taft and re
liable remed for the nn at a.:. ..:
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bumpt, Nod'ei or Swelluun It
will never fall to care Ble Hi p..n b.ii mJiJil n.l
running Boras or Sweeny, Ir properly applied for
fP"- Bruitea, Scratches, Boris ir vfuuida, OncKd
tfeeUjOhaes, Saddle or Collar Galls It Is rSiT fiimd2
luen trifle no longar with tha many worth iota Lini
ments offered to won. flht.lt, . ...i r. vT. .'.
celebrated Liniment. It will can Son.
i mc-KAN, Sole Proprietor,
ln, Sin" .'iT4hird 3"4 tiBt 8,reett Bl- "ta.
lor sale by all druggiita.
IS'sSF, BOBBRT8 a BAMTJBL,
SugSo-dtwlj Columlma. OhU
MRS, WINSLOW.
An experienced Nurse and Female Phyalclan, pretei ta
to the attention of mothers, her
SOOTHING S VRTTP
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING.
which greatly facilitate! the process of tea tiling, by toft
4nMgpi, Sttln!J' ducln l" inflammation wil I allay
- ' auuwisujauuuisj WHUD, UltQ 14
SURE TOREUULATE THE BOWELS
Depend noon It mo than. 1 1 in
and vw
RELIEF AHD HEALTH TO YOTJB LTiFAHlB
We have nut un and eoM thi. riiu e. .
"t OAM sJAY, IN OUNFIDBNCS AND TADTtlf ofit,'
what we hamianr .ki. . . '
anpb" SX IT F A 1LBD, IN A BUiGLB aNMT-
ir did we know an InsUncs of dissatisfaction by any one
who used it. Oo tbs contrary, all are delighted with lit
operation!, and speak in terms of commendation of ita
mtgical eflectt and medical virtues. We speak In tola
mauer "bh vim DO KNOW;" after tea yean' expe
rienct. AND PLKDGH OUR KIPUTATlON FORtjlfi
VOLILLMKNT UF WHAT WM HERB nifni.A u a r.
almost every Inttaoce where) the infant is suflerinir from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in fifteen or
twenty mlnutet after theSyrup la sdminlitertd.
This valnablt nraparatfcw U the preasriptlon of on of
tie moat KXPSRIKNCRDatd SKILLFUL NOKSAlSJo
?n5.nT?f,lill'.,?.d besn "" iln KItVKB, JAlt-
THOIiMArgntt nrnnta
Itnotonlyrellevet the child from pain, twt Invltor
aUt the stomach and bowelt, cornott acidity, and gives
lone and enentv to the whole aim., it -m .iT.
ttanlly relieve "
0B:F.HQ IS THE E0WE1S, AID WINu COUC
overcome convulsions, which, If not epeedily reme
lu ucaiu. ne neneve i uie BEST and ML R
BST KBMKDY IS TUB WOKLD, In ill cases of b TyS
kNTKBY and liIARtlllGiA IN CHILDRRM, whether
it arieea from teething, or from any other oaaaa. We
would say to every mother who has a child aniriirin. e
any of the foiegoleg compltlnts DO NOT LET YOCR
Hand between you and your suffering child, and tha ra '
lief that will be SDRB-yee. ABSOLUTELY BUttl-to
follow the ate of thU medicine, It timely ased. full di
rations for aslng trill aaeompaay each bottle. Nona
genuine an .at tht fac simile of CCRllBa PBBKIN8,
New York, Is ou the ontalde wrapper. . '
Sold by all Druggists throughout tha world. ? '
Prl iclpal Office, 13 Ceaar Street N.V.
riufjE ON by 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ocrtf-dtwly.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Far aa a . am ... .. . w
AT Tlll.ltt NEW sl.l:llvVW
ROOM, SO. 150 BALT1MO&M &T.i jZA
ROOM, SO. ISO BALTlkOHS HT.l
asb
NOS. 1, 3. 4 aud ? N. BUT AW STsii
Offer for salt their celebrate.
GOLDEN MEDAL, . y
GRAND :
AND SQ ARE
PIANO-FORTES.
Being highly rtwjimended by the flnt Professors ana
Muttcal Amatrunof tha ovuntry, and .
UVUaiY '-' "
INSTBCMBVT ' ' " " '
WARRANTID FOR ;
,t FITITIAR8.
Tha most fastidious customer may rely apen being
pletatd In every respect.,
Terms liberal. ' WM. XNAB1 ea CO.
BKLTZBR A WBBSTIR, Areola.
"dw, Oolambaw, Ohla.
MVSJHNINU tJOOON-Bleck Bngliab Ciapea;
Onpe Collars, OuAt aud Bleeveet Long and Short
Craps Veils; Roane Crape Vella, Uea Velle Crape
Trlmmedl plain Hemmed Collars! Sea; Handkerchief
Aletandn't black Mid Olovts; Fane, Ribbonai aitaa;
Bumbaitnei; Traveliog and all other kinds of Drees floods
huiwji 00 nana m grras variety
PITIB MAf II.
-waajm
tint dots aortb of Nail Bowse.
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