FRIDAY EVENING, JAN. 18,' 1861.
Tbe Adams Expreea Company placea ui dally
uuiler obligations to it for the very latmt papers
Iroin the eastern cities.
Tbe AioHiiuau Express Conipauy has our
thank lor its dally favors In the shape of tbe
veiy lutest ett?rii papers.
ET We weie happily disappointed in our an
ticlptliuui Utit evening, that tbe eutertaio
meote provided In other localities might pre
vent ' a full attendance ut the Concert of the
' Wesley Cbapel Sunday School . But a large as
semblage greeted tbe performers both io music
and recitations, with feelings ol unmixed pleas
ure - Tbe stage was handsomely deoorated, and
all tbe appointments of tbe eveoing were In
good order and good taate. We beard great
commendation, which, we think, is richly mer
ited, bestowed upon the Superlnteodtti(ind
teachers of the school, and, especially, upon the
children for the progress they had made and the
creditable manner lo which they acquitted them
selves at the Concert. May they continue to
improve in Intellectual, mora! and religious cul
0Tbs Lvlies of the Uoiversaliet Church
and Society deserve great credit for the elegant
and sumptuous Supper provided for tbe publio
at Armory Hall last night, together with good
muiio and other pleasant accompanymenta. We
are happy to say that, notwithstanding the at
tractions at other points, Armory Hall was well
patronized, and the Ladies realized a handsome
nett profit. There was a general mixing up of
persons of all shades of opinion In roll. ion and
and politic!), and all seemed to enjoy the social
interview, as though they were the children of
one happy family.
We are authorized to say that the gross re
ceipts of the Festival amounted to over $350,
yielding a nett profit of at least $300, double
the amount stated In this morning's Journal,
Thoma Galm Forstxr. We see by a notice
in the Qozcitr. thatjthls gentleman Is to lecture
at Xanahickkr's Hall, on High street J near
Friend, on Sunday next, morning and evening.
Mr. FoasTxa Is a native of North Carolina,and is
an able and an eloquent speaker. His discour
ses are argumentative, appealing to the reason
and j adgment of his hearers. Many of our citi
zens who have beard him, though they may dif
fer from him in some of his philosophical de
ductions, accord to blm unqiiftttoned talent and
strong powers of argumentation.
Montoomirt Hall was oneotjlhe centers of
attraction last night, of which there wero sever
al In the city. Out the magnotism at this point
seemed to be quite as powerful as at any other,
for it drew together an Immense crowd to hear
too awect melodies of the Emerald Isle, to see
its Interesting and romantio scenery, and to hear
the delineations of the comic and the humorous
in tbe character of its natives. The Hall frill be
open for tbe same purposes this evening', and
we expect there will be a rush for these seats, for
the Cycloramaof Iroland, the longer It stays
with ns, tbe more popular it grows.
(ETThe auction sale of dry goods will be con
tinued to day, at No 249, South High at , by
W. &. ICcnt, who will sell for a lew days from
an exteosirs and very rich stock of Irish linens,
Broadcloths. Woolen Manketa, Quilts, Dress
Goods, &c, 4c An opportunity of tbia kind,
for housekeepers to provide themselves is sel
dom offered, and many took advantage of It
ito day, 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
9 kU 7 P. M.
"Fchthc Hunory!" But dolt with good
wholesotne.bread made with Jimes Pyle's pnre
Dletetio Saleratus, which contains no adultera
tions, and is as harmless as flour do other la
so. Beware of Imitations! Depot 345 Washing
rton Street, New York. Sold by grocers everywhere-
Rail Road Time Table
tirTit Miami k Ooumaosfc Xiiru It. R.
Accommodation 6.10 A. M.
No. S la 8.30 P.M.
Might Express 2.45 A.M.
CLtviLixD, Columbus A Oimcihhati R. R.
Express snd Mall 3.00 P.M.
Night Kipress 3:25 A. M.
Central Ohio R II. '
9.15 P. M.
J 30 P.M.
2 45 A.M.
I .10 A. M.
8 30 A.M.
... 3.00 K.ii
.. 3.40 P. M.
PlTTSSUROB, OOLUMSUS & CINCINNATI R
Express Train 3.00 A. M.
Mail Train 2.40 P. M.
Ooicmscs A IrrotANAFoLia E . R.
i Columbus, Piqua it Indiana R. R-
Express Train 8:10 A.M.
Express Train 2:45 P.M.
2.30 P. M
11 10 A.M.
Dietxtic Many people have a prejudice
ragainst Saleratus, thinking, and with reason
too, that this preparation is nnheallhful,and
, ought to be avoided; but tbe best chemists and
' vtnost learned physicians say', that Saleratus
when frit from , mpuritict, la not only not tin
thtalthful snd provocative of dyspepsia, but that
K,4neality, promotes digestion and strength
ens the digestive organs. A new process of re
fining this article, lately introduced, and In use
only by D.B. De Land & Co., of the Falrport
Chemical Works, Fairport, Monroe Co., N. Y.,
enables them to make a perfectly pure Salera
tus, which should at once be la use in every
household. Tbe purity nd reliable quality of
Pe Land & Co. 'a Saleratus should make it im
mediately popular. It is for sale by most gro
cers and storekeepers, and tfie grocers In the
largo towns and Tillages wholesale It.
Laaoi Shipments. It is astonishing to see
tbe large amonnt of McLean's Strinqthinino
Cordial that la shipped off daily to different
. parts of the country. It is scarcely three months
since this article was first introduced, and now,
judging from its rapid sale, it is known and ap
preciated all over the Western country.
Every druggists dry goods . or ; gery mer
chant visiting oar city wfcould be sure to obtain
a supply of this Cordial. It is just the thing
required to strengthen and invigorate the weak
.'and debilitated. St. Loui$ Democrat. : x
GtjMNsir's Balm. Ought by thie time to be
inflow ASM. Almost ; every family uses It,
and knows its Yalue, for Burns, Scalds, Bruises
Fractures, Sprains, Neuralgia aad Rheuma
tism; It Is the best remedy known.
' " ' ' , . , ,
ID" ! See advertisement of Prof. Milli'
Hair In vigors tor In another column. ' : ,
'l W. A. Batolielor'i Hairye! j
This splendid Hair Dye has no equal Instantaneous In
fleet Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no staining
tn skin orlnJsMng the Hair remedies the absurd and II
-oarect e Bid ryes,' and Invigorates tha hair for lift.
. HonS art genuine unless signed "W.' A. Batchelor."
Sold tverjwhsrt. . .,
.:- ,. - - r CHA8. BATCHILOIL PrnnHaiM.
81 Barclay Street. Msw Tork.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN. CONGRESSIONAL
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.
Mr. Moore, of Kenluoly. rlslna to a cersonsl expla
nation, said If Mr. Adrian's resolution, heretofore
adopted. Lhad simply endorsed the conduct of Major And
erson, be would have voted for it, but he could not re
ceive the oermlsslon of his mind to vol for til remain
der of the resolution, and to say, by so doing, be would
sndota every act whloh the President might regard as
nis constitutional duty, la carrying out in tawaanu pre
sorTing me union.
While be waa for the Colon, bslelvlns he thus repre
r esented the neon! of Kentucky. II thought duty re
quired us to pause before we peril the whole Union, and
being on algeneratconfilotaod inUnstlne wsr. Us did net
believe in i)io right of a state to secede. Ho regarded
this as the createst beteradoxy ever advocated, by anv
party, but while he said this, all must recognize the right
or revolution, me resitance or oppession on one side,
to secure freedom on the other.
He did not believe the time has arrived to resort to
this means of redress, and precipitate so dreadlul
catastrophe. Ue did not believe the present was tbe
proper time to send reiniorcements to South uarollna,
and tha southern states. Wa should hesitate, and n
deavor to get back, by peice, what might bs considered
necessary io secure by force.
Alabama Senators wen.
notineu by telegrapn rrom the President of the Oonven
uon, not u leave their seals until they are further In
The trouble Is In Ihe refusal of rlaleiralaa frnm Mnrth
Aianama to sign tne ordinance, .unless tbe time for seces
sion is postponed till e n or MMrch nert
In the denclenoy bill, for appropriating: 8350.000 for
oarrylng the null from New York to Ban Francisco, the
name of Cornelius Vanderbllt was struck out, senator
i.mam insisting on m recognition or services rendered
oy tne ranama Kail lioad uomnanv. anil Par ne M.,l
Uon. Wm. Aiken, of South Carolina, has been forced
to contribute (40,000 to the revolutionary government.
uiiuar wrest oi cunnicarino- nis nrnnertv in oim ,.r ....
luvery foreign ffovernment renrasenterl hera. la Alt.
tlnctly opposed to secession schemes, and will make their
views puDiio.wnen tne occasion occurs.
.Word has been forwarded to General Scott from
Baltimore, that 2,000 young men are fully organised and
ready to com on from that city, at the shortest notice,
assist in ueteose oi tne mitnoi ana in federal vapl
The following Is the substance of the orders
wa to tne commander of the itetuDtbip Brooklyn, Dre
ioui to her recent trlD: Yon ara to nrnonPfl rUrark tn
Obarlestoa Harbor, but not to ao over the liar, nne enma
anohor, but lay under steam outside, and ascertain
to star or tn west nis landed her troops, counter
mand her orders and order her with tbe troops to
Hampton Roads, and also gain any Information as to
Ihe eXlSllOB? State Of affair there, anil than return tmma.
uiaieiy to nampton ttoaus.
17. In the Senate the
Federal relation! reported re.tolat.oni that In ih onlnlnn
sue ucuenii Assemoiy tne propositions embraced in tbe
Crittenden resolutions conititate luch bull of adjust
ment as would bi acceptable to the people of this com
monwealth, thatcommiitloneri be appointed to the Gen
eial Government, alas to South Carolina and nthar
cedlog Staler, with instruction! respectfully to request
uinriviiuvu. auu aumorilies or, sucn states to agree to
abitain. pending the nroceedlns-a nnniamniatMi h
wuvn oi tuia ueoerai assenoiy, rrom alt acta calculated
produce eolliaion of arms between tbe States andithe
It waa made tbe order of the day for tomorrow.
Oonatderableippositlon wai manifested, and a lubttituti
The Govenor communicated the reenluttnna nf
New-York legislature, with a menage expressing the ut
moit dladain. In closing he aavi. the threat conmmrl
intpire do terror with freemen. Debated and ordered
The House has adopted the resolutions renorteih tha
committee on Federal Relations, contemplating a Na
tional Convention at Washington, on the ath of f eoruary,
with ao amendment that tha Commissioners sppolnted
shall be subject at all times to the control of ihe General
Assembly, or, if in sessloD, to tbatof tha Bute Conven
tion. This embraces too Approval of Ur. Crittenden's nro-
RUMtroRT. Jan. 17. Gov. Maa-nfflna in
Legislature to express their approbation of Critten
den's resolutions; says elgnt States will hate seceded be
fore the deliberations close; that Tennessee has referred
whole subject to her people; Virginia and North Car
olina are discussing the propriety of a similar course;
Missouri seems likely to adopt a similar policy.
sn omits to ine juegitiatura tne propriety oi provldiug
for the election of delegates to the convention to assem
at an early day to determine the future interests
federal relations of Kentacky.
Meanwhile be would leave no experiment untried to
restore fraternal relations between tbe Stales, and recom
mends a convention of the border Slav States, to meet
early in February at Baltimore. The Governor says tha
hasly Inconsiderate action of Ihe Seceding States does not
meei our approval, out neniucxiana will never stand by
with folded arms while those Bute struggling for
their constitutional rlahts. are belnir subiuiatrd to an
The Governor asked tha Legislature to deolara by res
olution the unconditional disapprobation by Kentucky,
employment of foro In any form, against the seced
owuss. in aass appropriations tor arming and
quipping the the Volunteer Militia.
New York News.
Niw york. Jan. 18. The 7frna states, on suthorltv
a letter from an officer at Fort Sumter, that ilalor An
derson heard, tbe day before her arrival, that the Stsr of
West had left New York with reinforcements for blm,
that be gav. orders not to fire upon the batteries that
were attacking the steamer, because he was anxious to
The Tribun bss positive Information that it la the
ntentlon of the rebel leaders at Charleston, to attack
fort Sumter as soon as tbeir envoy returns from Wash
lngton. Tbe recent charge of Judge emalley. concernlnr trea
has driven several Southerners from this city.
Oen. Thorn, agent of Alabama for Ih purchase of Art
arms, departed ao hastily, on Wednesday, that he neg-
ivcicu io complete uia contracts.
Niw Yoac, Jan- IP. Tha military of New Jorsey are
tsilDg measures for placing their brigades on a war foot
Simon tkatr, convicted of arson, was sentenced yester
to Imprisonment for life.
Stevenson's substitute to the Convention bill, asking
Oongiess to call a national convention waa lost, 101
air. iaoey-s amendment io me original bin, submitting
action of the Convention to the oeoDle. was then
adopted, and the bill passed, yeas 105, naya 17. All tbe
Republican delegation from St. Louis, except one, voting
The reported selcur or a Urge quantity of powder by
authority of Louisiana, at New Orleans, belonging to
St. Louis merchant, Is untrue. The powder haa not
reached that part. It was understood that the Oovernor
Louisiana has proposed to purchase the powder on Its
arrival at New Orleans.
CtULtsTON, Jan. 17. In the Eenat to-day, the Mili
tary Oommlttee reported In favor of ralsini four com
ponies of Artillery, and declar that the exigencies of
times demands mat nouin uarollna be on a war root
ing. To meet opposition, from any quarter the Slate
should nave a permanent military establishment and
fortifications. The Oommlttee recommend that the
troops consist cf a leslment of Infantry and a battalion
artillery of four compaules. It will form a nucleus
around which the militia and volunteers can rally, and
rjetiaes d peace astabiisnmant, or lurnisD tfoutn Caro
lina's quota In the army of the Southern Confederacy.
Ih senate went into secret session on the proposition
lay a submarine telegraph between Charleston, Mop
Island, Fort Moultrie, Fort Johnson and Castle
New Yoax. Jan. 17. Jaa. E. Kerrlaan. member of
Congress elect from th 4th district of New York, has
been summoned as a witness before the.tT. 8. Court. He,
will b remembered, advertised tome tlm since for
men to form a military organisation for some unknown
It la announced this P. M. that th Bank of the Repub
under tbe Instructors of the Governor of North
Carolina, wllltpay tha Interest on all bonds of the 8 late
without regard to tbe late frauds In the Interior Department.
PiTTsaonan. Jan. 17. This evening'! Chronicle, con
tains a call for a rand mass Convention to be held by
members of all parties to recommend the passage of Ih
Crittenden compromise, or any other probable and rea
sonahl compromise designed to settle differences between
North and South. ' The call Is signed by a large num
ber of the most prominent business men of the city.
ti i AND t
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to th
POSTING AND DI8TBIBUTING
BILLS III THI8 CITY.
All ordin Itft at the Office of th Statement will be
promptly attended to. janll-tf
TISnOVER AND PREVENTS IN
Ali flammatlon and pain, and htala the worst burn,
scald, bruise, cut, or f rtah wound of any kind, prevents
swelling and pain from be a tinge, mosquito bit, and
Solaonous plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague In the
raaat, salt rhtum, to. When taken internally, It will
poaltlvely cur oroup In Child ran, and gives Immediate
relief in th went oat of this terrible complaint: also.
rtmovea boarsesMS and sort throat. Price), 25 aU a
m enooia b in every sMas ' For sal try urug-
gtsu raiu niunirrpwr. , , r, . , iHVlfl Biunm,
1 B?' frPritor, So. 1 Bpruce tt., New York
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, Jan. 18. 1861.
HcKetkestieux, wholesale and retail grocers, No.
N 0. Sugar t ...0Xa,9c
MaDla do ion
Oats e bn wx&Hl
Coral bu 25c
Vyrup gal 6075o
Tea 9 fc....o0o.,75c.8l 00
Yeddo Tea SI 00
RloCoffea 9 . .HQUailtte,
Butter f k l'2($15c
Tallow t It
Dried Apples bu.. 75c
Dried Peaches.. .1 74312 55
lava do Sllln
White Beans bu.. 50375c
81c 9 ft tto
Brooms 9 dot. .SI 9533 00
Hay ton 7 00
Potatoes bn Kmm
Bait In sack 15(aiV5r
Salt t bbl 11,7531,85
Soap (box) 9 mSc
neei v cwt am n
riour 9 bbl 15 fUtSSU
White Wheat do tSdSO 00
Hams I, Wt14c
Shoulders V 8U'
Salt Pork V cwt. . . . S77Xci
Rye Flour 9 bbl... t4 00
Candles, OpaL box.. ifa
wood 9 cord i2 25
Mackerel No. lhf bbl 10X
Mackerel No lqr bbl S3
Mackerel No 1 kits., tl 75
Oheeae 9 106$12o
Annlea It bu AllrSillln
uominy per ousn sji iu
White Fish per h'f bbl 5 00
Ood Fish V ft, 7c
Box.... 8 80
Herring ty bbl $5 75
Layers " ....3 00
Buckwheat flour per ft.. 3c
Corn Meal 9 bu.... 35c
Sultan V n, 12ko
"lg 9.1 12X15
Prunet 9 ft 10 12c
Bggs 9 doa 12 15
Business has been dull In the produce line durinor tha '
past week. We present a brief statement of ruling
Flour small sales at 15 for red: and 15 40 for eitra
Whiat Thero Is scarcely any wheat broueht Into
market. We quote It at OOcS $ 1
Coen One house reports 1,100 bush bought at 35c.
Oats Receipts lights; prices nominal at 16$30c.
BucxwHf at Futa Sales at 2c per lb . '
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Jan. 18.
FLOUU receipts of S.C09 tibia; market rather mora
aotlve, without material change In prices; sales of 14,500
bbls at IStSS 2S for superfine State: Si 0(i&5 4.1 fee
extra State; $5 1535 25 for superBoe Western; 5 40
Hoop Ohio. Canadian flcur unchanged; sale of 300 bbls
at 5 507 85.
tier, and prices are nominally unchanged; sales f
000 bush atll 35 for prim winter red Western: al V'
for red State; SI 50 for good whit Michigan.
RYE quoted at 74$75c.
BAKLIVT firm, 3,000 bush, of State at7075c.
CORN market without material change; 40 000 b ah.
at 7071c. for mixed western and delivsred.
OATS steady at 363 for western Canadian and
PORK dull and unchanged; sales of ISO bbls at I7
37(317,50; mess I3,S.
BKKf prime, quiet and steady.
OUT MEATS quiet
LARD dull; 100 bbls. at 10Xo-
Bl'TTBR in moderate request at 10315 for Ohio.
CHE9E steady at 9O10X.
WHISKY shad easier atd more active, sales 1300
ddis at io4C.
STOCKS active and hither; money contiues free and
and plenty; unchanged rates and we hear of the best pa
per oeing tasen eingia fames as low as ' per cent
Southern Exchange Aim and fair sales at 105X106 for
backers; O. fc R. I. 50. M. fc M. 2; O. at O. 70&; N.
109; N 8. 15; do quoted 35 U: Readlnc 45: Har.
IS do. preferred 30U; Erie 39; O. B. Q 74: O at I
ViX: O. C fcO. 100 Pan. 110; M. O. 7; flud. 49; P.
u. O-6'stJB: Tenn.75; Treasury notes It tier
cent. H '3 'i: Hud 2d bonds 97), ; J. O. bonds La grants
N Y. 0. 80),'; Brie asserted 38.
CINCINNATI, Jan. 18.
PRODUCE of all kinds It beim pretty liberally dis
tributed from th"s centre In all directions, but mottly in
small lots, for the account of parties who do a domestic
jobbing trade In those regions which need supplies
LOU It market wear about th same expression
which It did yesterday, 4 50 being about th point on
whlehjbuyert and tollers may meet, but not the figure at
which the latter are very willing to operate, from this
Wo 75 range tha variout grades to tha fancy brands.
WHEAT has a fair market at 11 for Red, and 11 10
White, The amount offering Is light, and holders
ask for both qualities 3o to 5c per bu. higher. There
was a sal of choice Whit at $ 1 15, and for this quality
then haa been a better but uuit export demand fort
av or two.
OOKN. both shelled and ear. Is firm. Th former Is
more In request than It has been for a few day, particu
larly prime white, suitable for domestic use. Shelled is
quoted at 38 B40c for mixed to prime white in bulk, ear
uatb are inactive, out uncnangr a in price.
BARLEY tut not as ready a market to-day atlmt
Hi sells more freely at oi&tj.K;.
WHISKY Is In better demand at 13.Vc.
H0O9J-HeceinU contlnu at about the fame sverace.
Sellers are asking rather bet'er prices, and obtaining 10,.
for light averages; 10,40 for heavy. Then seems
now much reason for believing that with a liberal supply
money, to have prosecuted the business of this season,
spirit of wild speculation would very probably btve
carried th price f Hogs quit beyond the bounds of all
rennmeratloa, even with the consumptive demand that
appear to rje promised trotn at nome annsuroad. Lin.
Com., Jan, 18.
WURAT sales of 1 car nd from store at II. On.
CORN sales of 1 car from store at 5tc.
OATS quiet at 25o.
UOOS selling at 15.753)18. Receipts are light and
the market Is firm, with an active demand.
LARD sales of 18 bbls, 12 kegs and 3 kegs at 90.
HIOHWINE8 steady, with sales of 50 bbls at lsy,o.
SEEDS clover Is In active demand and stiff at 14.50.
Sales of 50 bush at that figure. Timothy remains Inactiv
12. Flax nominal at 11,12X0.
B OTTER sales of 12 bbls at ll12o.
PORK steady, at (15,00.
TO THE PUBLIC !
In view cf maklog a change la our concern, we will
ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS
FOR FIFTEEN DAYS, COMMENCING WITH
Monday, the 14th day of January,
This Stock of Goods is now admitted to be th most
desirable In Ihe Centre of the State, and offers s rare op-
portunlty to House Keepers and others for purchasing
The whole Stock will be told wilhont reserve, txctpt-
AND ALIXANDER'S KID ULOVEB.
TERMS, CASH ONLY.
Columbus, January 13, 1661. P. BAIN.
For th INSTANT R1LIIF
and PERMANENT CURB of th
distressing eomplalnt at
MsdebyO.B. SBYMOUR 00 , 107 Naasao St., N. Y.
Price 11 per box; sent tree by post.
FOR BALI AT ALL DRUOQ1STS
High Sreet Store
- rou SALE.
THE TFIRKE STORY FIRE FHOOF
STORY HOUSE, No 169, occupied ty Akin . Era-
oiy, Stove Dealers, completely fitted with (Gas, Fnrulce
and Hoisting Jack. Th lot Is 100 by SO, and It offered
on raatonabl terms. Apply to
WM. B- BROWN,
Jan7-dfel No. 33, North Third Street.
ALKXAIDR'3 KID OLOYES.
POINT LAOS COLLARS.
VALENCIENNES COLLARS It SLEEVES.
EMB'D MUSLIN do do i
" LINEN do do '
ZOUAVB B0S0V3 do
PINE APPLE HANDKEROHIEFS, GILT BELTS.
1!MBKU11SKEU 00 UA1K ITB.
MOURNING do NUBIAS.
HEMMED, STITCHED, do HOODS,
GRENIDINS LAOS VEILS SLEEVES.
LAOS COIFFURES acBARBES, CORSETS.
For sal by PETER BAIN,
deeSl . No. 99, Booth High Street.
rpHE CREDITORS OF PHILIP ltm.-
jl w , an nereDy nottnea tnat a atvidena or at
per cant Mas been ordered so c mad by tn probate
Court, of Franklin coanty, Ohio, and that on MONDAY
th 14th day of January, 1601, at 9 o'clock a. M. at the
offlc of Warden at Dressel, In th Oily of Columbus,
Ohio, laid dividend will be paid to the creditor entitled
mentor jambs aiillay,
Columbus, 0., Ian. 11 ;3td. ' Assignee.
Holiday Presents. !
PLAIN-ALL WOOL DS LAINES; UN
ly 35 cents a yard. Rich Fancy Bilks at SO cents
No. South High Street.
EVENING DRESS1 GOODS, ELEGANT
Gold Embossed Tarlatans, th latest novelty. Plain
Whit and Colored Tarlatans; Whit Paris Muslin Oren
adln Evening Robes; Plain party Silks. , .
. . , . - PiTIB BAIN. ' , .
'VT Jct - - ' ? Ko. t9 Bouth High street.
rma all THROAT and
uovtiHi ana ivtrr
complaint tbe forerun
ner oft and even actual
The Great NEVHALa
CIO KEiniCDY and Nat.
ural OPIATE, adapted
to ewerjr specie ol New
vous Complaint, Ner
vout and Chronic
tlim. Catarrb, Tooth
and Ear Ache, f.oaa ol
I A TO fl n V M T
; U JJ J JSr
sieep ana llowcl com
I No real lustlce can b dona tha ahn .n.ii...
: h... i ..... I "r,..-. . r" T
Fti""ir nu rcauing Descriptive pampblets,'.
te found wllh all dealers, or will be sent b
clans, who will find developments In both worthy their
mPuuv win approval.
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
dies Pr0QP" 10 01 tu above reliable Seme
For sal by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
JOHN I.. UIINNEWELL, Proprietor
CHEMIST AND rHARMAClOTIIT,
No. 9 Commsroial Wharf, Boston, Uass.
?eng'. -.Denl Bon, A- Bchueller k Son, Agents
1 HE ARIEKICAN
MEDICAL AND TOILET
fPt.:. ka.L A r - n I . A . . m -v .
wwuaa couiiim neceipia Boa mrtuwn for mtv-
ktnir all the moat valuabla Mmitr-al siranaratlnna la
.i p.-in.. .-.i ...n ..a ., . . '
. !, . . a , r making
a" " m0,t Popular and useful Cosmetics. Perfumes.
Unguents, Hair Restoratives, and all Toilet Articles. If
K,Bl"al complexion, a fine head of hair, a smooth fac,
clear skin, a luxuriant beard or tnouetache-or If r
,M 10M" "i Jou Uonlil byall ncinipeniit a copy
of this book. For full nnrtlnil.r. .nrf . . ...
wor lor perusal, (free) address the publisher,
T. F. CHAPMAN,
831 Brosdway, New Tork.
Headache I Headache I
Thousands of persons suffer from headaches to the tcrl
ous detriment of their comfort, business, and health,
who might easily be cured by simply using HoMrnan't
BoaxoraATio Srecirics. The Headache Pitt taken In
the morning, and the Biuoct Pitx taken at night, rarely
an to cure me most severe and obstinate case. Thou
sands having tried them have been entirely freed of this
bane of their lives. Go and do likewise.
Price, 5 cents per box, with directions. Six boxes 1 1
Sent by mall or express, free of 'charge, celptof
the price Address,
Da HUMPHREYS 00.,
, No. 562 Broadway, New to
BoUby ROBERTS at SAMUEL,
Wholessl and Retail Druggist. 24 N. High street.
, , Jt . B. B. 8AMUKL fc CO..
Janl-dwlm 85 8. High street, Columbus, 0.
Bee adveitlseoent In another column .
iaOFFAT'8 LIFE PILLtl.
In all cases of costlveness, dyspepsia, billions and llvot
affections, piles, rheumatism, feven and agues, obttl
nate head aches, and all general derangements of health
these Pills bare Invariably proved a certain and tpetdy
remedy. A tingle trial will place the Life Pills beyond
the reach ofcompetillon In the estimation of every pa
tient. Dr. Moffat's Phcsnix Bitten will be fonnd equally ef
Scaclous In all cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, the sickness Incident to female la delicate health,
and every kind of weakness of tha digestive organs.
For sal by Dr. W. B- MOFFAT, 3.15, Broadway.N. Y.
and by all Druggists. maySO-datwly
The following it an extract from a
letter written by the Rev. J. 8. Holm, paster oi the
Plerrepolnt-Street Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. T.,to
the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and speats
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mrs
Winslow's SooTnino Sracy roa Cmi-drs Tamimo:
"We tee an advertttment in your columns of Mat
Wimiow't Soothino Syrup. Now we never said a word
In favor of a patent medicine before In our life, but we
feel compelled lo say to your readers that this is no hum
wa wa BAYS TRIED IT, AND BHOW IT TO iU, IT
claims. It la probably on of th most successful medi
cines of the day, because It It on of th best. And those
your reaaer wno have babies can't do belter than
lay in a supply. ' cc27:lydw
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batohelor'i Hair Dye!
Tha Original and Beat in tha World!
All other are mere Imitations, and should be avoided
you wish to escape ridicule.
GRAY, RED OR RUSTY HAIR Dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to
Hair or Skin.
FIFTEEN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have be
awarded to Wm. A. Batchelor tine 1839, and over 80,00
applications hay been mad to th Hair of bit patrons
of hit famous dyi
WM. A. BATCHELOR'8 HAIR DYE product a col
or aot lo be distinguished from nature, and it warranted
not to Injur in th least, however long It may be contin
ued, and th 111 effect of Bad Dyes remedied; th Hair
Invigorated for lift by this splendid Dye.
Bold la all cities and towns of the United. States
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealen.
SrTh Genuine has th name and address upon a tteel
plate engraving on four side of each box, of WILLIAM
A. BATCHELOR, Address
CHARLES BATCHELOR, Pioprletor,
Jyie-wly SI Barclay street, New York.
Th Advertiser, having been restored to health in a few
weeks by a vtry tlmpl remedy, after havings offered i
eral years with a severe lung affection, and thai dread
disease, Consumption it anxious to make known to his
fellow-sufferer the meant of cure.
To all who desire It, he will send a copy of the prescria,
Hon nsed (free of charge), with th directions for prepa
Ing and using tht same, which they will find a suai Co
for OomuHiTioN, 1mm, Baoncama, 4to. Th only
object of th advertiser In tending th Prescription It to
benefit th afflicted, and spread Information whloh he con
ceives to b Invaluable, and he hope every sufferer will
try hit remedy, at It will cost them nothing, and may
prove a bletalng.
Parties wishing the prescription will pleas address
Rtv. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Kings County, New York.
ERIN GO B AGH
FOR THREE NIGHTS,
AT MONTGOMERY HALL.
Commencing Wednacday, Jan. leibs
MAO EVOY'S OYCLORAUA OF A TOUR IN IRE
LAND otherwise called EVENINGS IN IRELAND.
An Exhibition Illustrating the scenery of) that beauti
ful ooantry in a series of views painted from nature, rep
representing th principal Cities, Castles, Lakes,
Churches, Natural Curiosities, Rivera, Ac.
Each teen Is accompanied by vocal and Instrumental
music, selected from th Immortal Irish Melodies and
executed by a company of artists, loci udlng
Miss KATE MAOEVOY, The gifted Sophrano,
Miss MARIE, Th accomplished Harpist,
Matter JOHN 8PALDINO, th talented delineator
of Irish Character. " .
Mitt THIRELA, the youthful comedienne.
OH AS. MAO EVOY, th Pianist.
Admission - - -25 eta.
GIFTS! GIFTS! ' GIFTS!
AT TBI '
GIFT BOOK STORE
NOW OPENING AT
Ho. 173, High 8t.,batwMRTovn aad&iehlta
few doora lonth of tha United Statu Eotil,
Of Choice Book on every subject, and
1 10,000, Wertls. of Jewelry,
To.bt given to the purchasers of them at time of sale
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR PLAN. ' i
dec38:dtf 8LO0UM A CO,
A LARGE BOAT OF LAND LYINO
iV on th National Road, West of Columbus, wllhln
from two to five mile from th city. Th property trill
be told tn lots to suit purchasers, and en favorable terms.
Apply to - , , uurt w. Afliinawa,
JaolO-dtw Agent for John Q.Holloway.
Columbus. January 10. ' ' i
CHEAPER THAN "EVER!
TAKEN AT THE HIGHEST RATES,
Broche and Wool.
Of Every Description.
D,R ESS GOODS,
LADIE3 AND GENT'S
WRAPPERS AND DRAWERS.
Hosiery and Gloves.
Fancy Woolen Goods.
KNAPP & CO.,
SOUTH HIGH STREET.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
Manufacturers ol all kind of Por
table and stationary Mteam En
gines, Maw inula, Urlat WHU,
lAXXA BODLSTBiaUnl B. at F. BLAND TBtaiml
J. dtJ, H, DUVAL L Btattnlll COLUMBUS
UACBINS CO. Btaitntlll BRADORB
dt CO. Biattnlltll
Oar Port&bia Ecglna and 8iw mil
Wss awarded th first premium of 150 at th Indiana
Stat fair for 1CC0 over Lane Jt Bodley't on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of luel
and aaperlor character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine was awarded at th sun Fair
tbs first premium of $200.
Our Portable Engine was awarded tht first premium of
100 at th lair at Memphis, Tenn., ovr Blandy's Du
velPt, Columbus Machine 0's., and Bradford Go's.,
a committee of practical Railroad Enginn.
for prlot and terms address
W1LLAHD WARNEB, Treasurer,
deci-dkwlyeols. Newark, Ohio.
from th NswY ork Observer.)
As all parties manufacturing Brwlnt Machine are ob
liged lo pay Mr. Howe a licens on each machlns told.
and are a to compelled to mak returns to him, under
oath, a to the number sold, his books give acorreotstat-
ment. rrom mis reitani touro w nav obtained th
following ttatbtlot. Of th machlnat mad la th year
Ituv, that were told,
By Wheclar A Wilson 81,305
" I. M. Singer A Co 10.0SJ
" Grorer A Baker 10,280
Showing th sale of Wheeler A Wilton re b dovbU
those oi any other oompany.".
Awarded the highest premiums at th
United States fair of 1858, 18J9 and 1860;
also at th
Ohio Stat fain of IPSO and 1860;
and at nearly all th County fairs in th State,
Our Driest, at th late reduction, art at lot at anv
focc wtc tnaouioo now soia, ana nui a uin mgner tnan
tha Interior mo Mrsod cAattt tftcA siiacMrwt, now
forced upon th market.
Th WHBEL1R A WILSON MACHINE makes thai
Loctt Bticb tfanly on whtcb cannot be raveled. It
Is Altkx on Bora Sun of th goods, leaving n rdgi or
oka in on iA ttndmr. ittU.
AM macMnu varrantxl I ytori, and: fntfritcMcw
given in tneir at, rre oi onars.
ii. v nan i, ci nign n. uorai os, u.
WM. 8UHNBB A 00.,
dcc3-Sawj3tnkwflm Pike's Opera Hons, ClnctaaaU.
, WINTER DeLAINES,
New styles and very cheap at - BAIN'S
aovxt. cso. av awaio atiga street.
- Oolong . Tea,
A T 40 CENTS FF.R POUND
McKBB A REST IBAtnC,
S4 N Hhrh street.
AJLKXANUHK9 Kill OLOVAw.
All tltreand colors Just opened at BAINS,
dto.ll . . , No. 9 South High street.
5 i'.SL.: 01 TBI CONDITION OltBln
City Fire Iasui ance ' Cmpty,
nlT,,E Slat DAT Or BEOEirtRrn
MiT Por.t.d b, in. Btota of Ohio,'
NAM! AND LOCALITIES.
Th nam of the Company Is "City tin in,...
Company ofHartf.rri;' and U loiti a, CTTrd
,u, snoan or in uapital Block It.. gJM ana
The amonnt of Its Capital Stock ptid up Is "m 000
1. Cash tf th Company on hand
ana in nana ..31 0.1
Cash In th hands of and rln.
4. The Bonda and Blocks owned by
tu vompaDy as per veacu-
ers accompanylng-how se
cured, and ihe rat of In- . .
terest therann. ,.. i, .
kr- c i
100 Paik Bank Stock N. V.aiiiivin m .n.J
Bank of Republic
10 500 00
" 10,000 00
' 10.(00 00
" 5,000 00
B ston 5,0110 00
Shot at Leather
Bank of Ocmmenc
Hid ak Leather
" 10,000 00
" 10,000 00
Hartford 10,400 00
'' . 10,000 00
Merch'tt A Minuftl "
CllyBank Stock "
Bank of Hartford Co. "
Union Bank Stock Albany
5 500 00
10 Brooklyn City Water Bonds
10 Hartford Oily Bonds 1,000
10 Indiana Central R. R.
11,330 00 I
Bonds 91,000 each
Certificate of Ohio State
4 Hartford A N Haven R. R.
5 000 CO 5 000 t o
o,uw w a 000 10
4,000 00 4 060 001
Total Bonds and Stocks Mar
Debts due the Company, tecur
ed by morgage, on unincum
bered Real Estate, Laa per
vouchers accompanying . .
Debts otherwise secured, as per
vouchers accompsnying via:
Total amount loaned on
1201 ,453 00
Accrued Interest payable Jan
uary 1. 1801
Debts fnr premiums none
1.128 37 3,180 79
Office Furniture A Library.
Total assets of tht Company.. . 335,02? 06
. The amount of liabilities ; due
or not due, to Banks and oth
er creditors none
Losses adjusted and dus.non
Losses adjusted and not due t3,3ft 39
Losses unadjusted and....
Losses In tuspsnse, watting
or iurtnr prooi inciuaicg
g3 SOO resisted 34.610 ou
10th. All other claims against
the Company none
jo. (oil s
lltb. The greatest amount Insured In any
sue rasa me ruiea oi ma uompany am.
Th greatest amount allowed bv tha
rulers to be Insured In any on city,
town or village, varies all owing to
tbe size and class of property
Th greatest amount allowed' to be
Insured In any on block varies at
In the proceeding
The amount of its capital or earnings deposited
in and other State, at security for losses there
in, namlog them, with the amonnt in eaxh, and
whether such company transact any business
of Insurance In aald Btaiaa or fitaM. .M,.
13tb. TheOharter, or act of Incorpotatlon of said Com
pany istn same as neretofur filed.
State or Couxscttctt, I
flftnntv Of rlr.rtfnri lS.
C. B. Bowtts, President, and O. C. Waiti. Inn.
Ury of the Olty fir Insurance Cempary, bring severally
sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a full, true
cuiroi siaicmeui oi ue an an s or tn aald Company
. V. . . V. J T r, ....
uia. wiv m.u luiumn uompany is in nona nd own
er if at least ONE HUNDRED TiinnaAND nni.r.aun
actual cash oapttal invested In Stocks and Bonds, or
Mortgages on Real Estate, worth donhla tha amnnnt
which the same is mortgaged; that the above described
Investments, nor any part thereof, are made for the ben
efit f any Individual exercising authority In th man
agementof said Company, either as President. Becretarv.
Treasurer, Director, or otherwise; that the mortgages
uut utunura ui not oesn assigned, nor in any man
ner "leased or impaired by aald Company; and that they
a.w ui. iuvti uavcKiueu omocr or saia insurance com
Pany. 0. B. BOWERS, Pretideut.
O. O. WAITS! HmhI.rf
Subscribed and sworn before me, this 7th day of Jan
uary, icoi. u, DODD,
Orricx or th Annrroa or Stati,)
. voiumDus.u.. January 14. 1861.)
I, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of State, do hereby cer
that the foregoing Is a correct ocpyof th statement
condition of the City Fir Insurance Company of
Hartford, Connecticut, made to this office for the year
1(61 and now on file herein.
Witness my band and seal officially.
! "J R.W.TAVLER,
Auditor of State.
ByO. CoLt.Chief Clerk.
Certlticate of Antlioritr.
(To sxplr on th 31st day of January, 1863 )
Aodito or Stati's Orrtca, )
Columbus, Ohio, January 14, mi. )
WaniAS, Th CITY FIR1 INSURANCE COMPA
NT, located at Hartford, in th Slat of Connecticut,
filed in this office a sworn statement of Its oondltion,
required by the -first ssctlon of the act To regulate
Insurance Companies not Incorporated by th Stat of
Ohio," pasted April S, 1856; and Wsuatis, said company
furnished th undersigned satisfactory evidence that it
possessed of at least on hundred thousand dollar of
actual oapltal Invested in slocks, or In bonds, or In mort
gage of real estate, worth double th amount for which
same is mortgaged; and, Woman, said company has
filed in this office a written Instrument under its corpo
rative seal, signsd by tha President and Becratary there
of, authorising any agent or agent of tall company tn
State, to acknowledge service of process, for and In
behalf of aald oompany, consenting that such service of
process shall be taken and held to be as valid aa If served
upon th oompany, according to th laws of this or any
other State, and waiving all claim or right of error, by
reason of snob acknowledgment of serric.
now, therefore. In pursuance of th first section of
aforesaid act, I, Robert W. Taylr, Auditor of State
the Bute of Ohio, do hereby certify that aald City
lira Insnrahc Oompany of Hartford, Connecticut, la
authorised to transact tha business of Fire and Marine
Insuracc In Oils But until lb Ihlrty-flist day of Jan
uary, In lb year on thousand eight hundred and sixty
In Witness Whsreof, I hav hsreunto subscribed my
nam and caused th teal of my office to be
arnica we aay ana year above written.
R. W. TAYLER,
Auditor of State;
By 0. Coli, Chief Oleik
J. H. WHEELER, Agent,
' COLUMBUS, OHIO.
No. 81, Sontb High Street.
CANADIAH & UNITED STATES MAIL
TO AND FHOII
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,1
and ' ' J ! '
JT13W YORK. ,
Th Montreal Ocean Steamahln Oomnanv'a Bntlaaa
full-powtred Olydt-built BteanMts sail erery Nat
nrdar from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
unueu ota l aaau ana passcngeim,
SOVABCOTIAN Cspt. McMastera, i
OHEMIAN ...Capt. Orange,
NORTH BRITON Oapt. Borland,
CANADIAN Capt. Orabam, '
NORTH AMERICAN.. Cant. Alton.
ANGLO-SAXON Capt. Balantlne, !
NORWEGIAN, " '. i
Staorteat, Cheapest andQnlebestCon
i . i Tejrattaee groma , ,
AXEEICA TO AIL FASTI OF EUBOPS. '
WIU tall from LIVERPOOL ererv 7edBesitlaw.
and from QUEOKO every Saturday, talllnt at
r. unr. uiin.nv t ..... . .
wflwavaaaii ivrDciToii noaraana lai a alalia and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland .
Glasgow passengers are furnished with ran passage
IK... W MUW IIM. IMUUUUtniTJ.
ueinrn ikxw grantea at reduced rate.
An Biprlned Burnon attached to aarh ataamar.
Oertlficatet issued for carntni to and hrinHn
ingere from all tht principal tewnt of Great Britain and
Ireland, at redaoed rates, by this lino of steamers, and
by th WA8HIN0T0N LINK Of SAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool trery weak.
for passsg. spply at th Office. RHDlll
WAY, Ntwlark, and 19 WATCH KTt
Siiisryvai, ' -
BABEL KEABLS, General agtnta,
Of to-" J, R, ARMSTRONCs i
BolO-lydAw t Itattsmaa Offlc, Oolamlws, Obi
' , ttOUOAV- PRESENTS
MINK MUFFS! .VICTORINEJ and CUFFS we are
now welling st Very low print, ) all other btndt
r..Ki.v.i. k para tiaaiw
Dr. J. H. UoLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
TnaOroatoat Beaaaarla Tko U oriel.
ly a Ktentlao and
Lrocured by th dicta
tion of Root. Barb
and Barks, Vellow
Dook, Blood Root,
Cherry Bark aad Dan-4
dellon entert into Its'
Before TakJns uv" r'talAftfrTailnt
principle of each Ingredient It thoroughly aitracted by
my nW methnd nf r)ir.Ullln. r.nul..l . j-.i-. '
hileratlng spirit, and the most INFALLIBLE rtmtjdy for
ran ova tint- th diseased svstem. and rir,n. ,h. .i.l.
STRENDTH? INTALIB HEALTH and
WU1 etrectaally ear
LIVIR COMPLAINT. DTBPEPHIA. yarranrn
Ohronlo or Nervous Debllltr. Slaaaaaa of th. wm
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Stom
aoh, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Pile, Aoldlty or Sick
ness of th Stomach, fullness of Blood to tha Hraul. n. u
pain or swimming In th bead. Palpitation of th Heart,
Fullness or Wala-ht in th Btomar. Bnnr rM.ii.r
Choking or atuTocatlng feeling whan lvlna down. Drmeaa
orYellowneee of th Skin and Ryes, Night Bweatafln
a, 'vera, Pain in th small of th back, chsst or slot.
""""den f lushes of Heat. Depression of BolriLs. trtthiftil
vreama, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease,
"ores or Blotches on the Skin, and Isvr and Ago (or
Chilli and taw.) - i
yar n,,0 OUIo
Hay, been sold during th last tlx months, and in no in-
,ir ,m " - ,u V "" itiBfactlon. Who,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debllltr when Mo
LEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will eal?yotS
NO lanffUSM ear, Mnnv n nrfu,,... -a . l . ,
dlate and almost miraculous change produced by taklna
this Cordial In th diseased, debilitated and thattered
nervous system, whether broken down hr v..
n,urt' ' t"Pld by sloknest, th relaxed and unstrung
organisation is rutorad to its prtsUn health and vteor.
Or other conscious of lnabtlitv. fmm wh.i....
Will find McLean I Strenithenlna? Cordial tWr.n.h
regenerator of th system; and all who may hav injured
tnemselves by Improper indolgcncea, will find In the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
a . .
McLean s strengthening Cordial
It a sovereign and speedy cur for
INCIPIENT CONSCRIPTION .WHITEN
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Palling of th
Womb, Giddiness, feinting and all Dlsas Incident to
Thara la bo Xiitaka About it.
Buffer no longer. Take It accordlnr to Dlrectlona. it
will stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you an icaut
bloom of health to mount your cheek again .
Tory rjotu is war ran lea to girt eatisTacuoa
If your children are sickiv. nnnT.nraflHr-fa.rl. Mri...r.'
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
a moment, try It, and yon will b convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
OaxTtox Beware of Druggist or Dealer who may
to palm upon yon torn Bitter or rJajaaparill traah
which they can buyebeap. by aayuu It la iuat aa mooi.
Avoid such men. Asklor HcLcan's Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing else It la th only remedy that
will purify th blood thoroughly and at she am Urn
strengthen th system.
On tablespoonful taken every morning fasting. It a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, fellow
lever, or any prevalent diseases. It it pat up In large
Price only 1 per bottle, or 0 bottle for S5.
Bole Proprietor of this Cordlai
, , . Also McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment
Principal Denot on the corner of Third anA Pin.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment
The best Liniment in the World. Th only safe and
car for Oaneera, Pile, Swelling and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weaknea of th
Muscle, Cnronlo or Inuamnutory Rheumatism, Bug
nets of tha Joints, contracted Muscle or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprain, Wounds, fresh
Oats, Ulcers, Fever Bores, Caked Breasts Bore Nipple.
Barns, Scald, Sore Thoat, or any Inflatsnatiun or Pain,
difference) how severe, or ho v Iolk th disease may
bav existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment I a oar
Thousands of human beings bav been saved a life of
decrepitude and misery by th are of this invaluable mod-
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and It wtl
cleanse, purify and heal the foulest sores In an Inured!
ly short tlm.
For Uoraea and Other Animal.
McLean t celebrated Liniment It th only sate and re
liabl remedy for the car of Spavin, Ring Bona, Wind
falls, Splints, Unnatural Bumpa, Node or Bwslllngs. It
will never rail to care Big Head, Poll Evil, Fistula, Old
running Bore or Sweeny, if properly applied, for
Jpraine, Bruise, Scratchet, Bore or Wounds, Cracked
Heels, Chafes, Saddl or Collar Galls It I an Infallible
remedy. Apply It at directed, and a cure laaaruin i
Tnen trifle no longer with th many worthless Lini
ment offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. MfLean't
celebrated Liniment. It will cure ion.
J. II. incLEAN., Sol Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Street, St. Louts, Mo
for sal by all druggist,
for sal by ROBERTS A SAMUEL.
augiO-dAwly Columbus, Ohio
An experienced Nurse snd femal Physician, prtsaLts
to the attention of mothers, bar
SOOTHING S YRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening th gum, reducing all inflammation wll 1 allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and I
STJHE TOHEGTJLATE THE BOWELS
Deptnd upoa lt,mothtrt, It will give rest to yourselves
BELIEF 10 HEALTH TO YOUR XXFAVll
wIh,TtJmt "P nd Mli ,hl article for over ten year,
and CAN BAT, IN CONFIDENCE AND TROTH, of lt
what w hav never been able to say of any other medi
Otn NEVER HAS IT f AILED, IN A BlrlffLI INST
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CORE, when timely nsed. Nev
er did w know an Instaoc of dissatisfaction by any on
who used It. On th contrary, all are delighted with It
operations, and speak in terms of commendation of it
magical (treat and medical virtues. W apeak In this
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten yon' exp
rienoe, AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR TBI
f CLILLMENT Of WHAT Wl HERB DECLARE. Iu
almost vry Instance where th Infant I suffering from
pain and xhaustlon, relief will be fonnd In fifteen or
twenty minute after theelyrup It admin ittercd.
Thl valuable preparation It the prescription of on of
th most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURSES In
iNasucoM h"be,n " ""h N"" 'f11-
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieve th ehlld rrom pain, btil Invigor
ates tht stomach and bowel, corrects acidity, and give
ton and energy to ih whol tyittm. It will almost In
stantly relieve f
GBlPilQ IS TEX BOWELS, AND WIN l COJJC
and overoems convulsions, which. If not speedily rem,
died, end in death. We believe It th BBST and SUR
EST REMEDY IS THR WORLD, In all case f DYS
ENTERY and DIARRUCEA IN CBILDREM, whether
It arise from teething, or from any other cause, w
would say to every mother who bss child suffering from
any of th foregoing complaint DO NOT LET YOUR
PREJUDICES NOB THE PREJUDICES Of OTHERS
stand between yoa and your suffering child, and th wm
Uef that will be SCRB-yM. ABSOLUTELY BURR to
follow th as of thlsmsdicln, If timely sued, full di
rections for using will accompany each bottle. Nona
genuine unless th fac simile of CURTIS A PERKINS.
New York, Is on the ouuld wrappa. .. , '
Bold by all Drnggist throuthout th world.
Principal Office is Ceaar Street N.V.
1-KiueuNLY !23 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
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