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THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 24, 18C1.
LOCAL MATTERS.
" Tli Adam7 Express Company places us dully
uutler obligations to it for the Tory latest papers
Irom tbe eastern cities.
The American Etpress Company has our
thanks tor Its . daily favors In the shape of the
very latest eastern papers.. '
Woman's RitiHTa. Nntaerous petitions have
been presented "to the Leglslatnro during the
present session as there were at the lajst.Cor leg'
, islatioa la favor of women. Ai some misap
prehension aeons to exist in the public mind as
to what Is really asked for In these petitions
we state the main points as we gather them
from a circular laid upon our table by an Intelli
gent lady. It Is complained:
I . That iijustice is done to women by the
laws regulating the appraisement, settlement
and distribution of the estates of deoeased per
sons.
. 9. That tho widowed mother is not permit
ted to perform the duties ot both administrator
cod guardian, unless ahe is appointed by the last
will and testament of the deceased husband
and father, and that marriage extinguishes the
authority of the widowed mother as the guar
diss, of ber children, while the father may, by
bis last will in writing, appoint a guardian or
guardians for any of bis children, whether born
at the time or making bis will, or afterwards.
The principal ground of complaint, in the
ciroular, alluded to, -is that our laws oppress
widows, and the Question is put, whether the
legislation of the past, and especially of last
winter, does not prove that the exeroise of the
elective franchise by women, and that only, will
secure to uldotei even and exact justice.
Tmmranci State Convention. This Con
vention which met at ten o'clock, A. M , yester
day, at the Congregational Church In this city,
st very large, numbering over 250 delegates
.tier. Joii-h TstMDi.t, of this city was chosen
President, and J. Wadswosth, of Ciuoiooati,
and three others were appointed Secretaries
The report of a special committee on a plan
for a 8tate Temperance Organization was dis-
oussed at length, and the Convention adjourned
to meet at the same place, this morning ateight
o'clock. . . .
After the ailjjurnmeutof the Convention In
the evening, tho members repaisrd to the City
Hall, to pirtake of a sumptuous repast prepared
by the ladies, the proceeds of which ate to be
applied la payment of the expenses of the Con
vention . The convention adjourned at the close
of its morning session.
, Thc CI ar ATtiT Couoh Medicine in the Woslo
We take great pleasure in calling the atten
tion of our readers and the publio to the won
derful virtues and nnmerous testimonials of
1 . W . Aycr's Pulmonic Cihirv Cordial. This
is unquestionably the greatwt cough preparation
in Ihe World! Iftfcas been used in the Doctor's
extensive practice la various parts of the coun
try for several years, and is a speedy and cer
tain cure for eougbs, colds, bronchitis, asthma,
uigbt sweats, difficulty of breathing, to , Ac.
He who a'ida in introducing this great prepara
tion to the community, is a benelactor to man
kind.
Somethi.io Ntw We invite attention to the
advertisement under this head, in another col
umn. It will be Sten that Mr. W. J. Savior.,
has al bis Jewelry establishment, a supply of
.the new American Watches, manufactured by
Hoivasd & Co., Bjston, which have already ob
tained a wide celsbrity, Mr. Savage bas also
fine English and Swiss Watches. Cill and ex
amine bis stock.
8T Dr. Giosoi H. Dion, the celebrated vet
erinary surgeon of Boston, will deliver a leo
ture this evening, at the rooms of the State
Bjari of Agrloulture, In the State House, on
the Vslue and Importance of Veterinary Soience
to the people of Ohio. Dr. Dadd has been en
gaged in this brsnch of science, as teacher and
praeUtloner, for the last fifteen years, and
"Dadd pa Horse" Is as familiar with horsemen
"houseebold words." .
Tub Union Meetino at the Citv Hall.
Agreeably tj the call heretofore published,
signed by numerous citizens, a Union meeting
irrespective of party, will be held at the City
Hall this evening. . - - .
Tav it. With these words the stranger put a
package of De Land & Co's Saleratus Into Kate's
liaoi, and disappeared. Ever aftsr this memor
able day. poor bread dingy pastry, and sulphur
ous biscuit were unknown In this family, but
the fame of Kate's excellent pastry, bread, &c.
spread over the' whole tehool district, and led
many envious people to make the inquiry,
"Whose Sileratuo do yon use? ' To which she
invariably replied, D. B De Land &. Co 's. It
can be purchased from most grocers and store
keepers, and is for sale at wholesale by the
manufacturers, at Fairport, Monroe Co., N. Y.,
od by the grocers in the o'uies and villages
ihroof hoot the country. i
O" The way to keep well, take McLian'i
Celebrated Stunothxnimq Cosdial and Blood
Purifies, be careful in diets and no disease can
attack the system. This Cordial Is the most
effective Alternative and TodIo ever known.
It is a perfect preventive of disease, and it
strengthens the system, and purifies and cleans
es the blood. Try it, and yon will be convinced
Bee the advertisement in another oolumy. 7:
i m i i ,. ... i
ST This is positively the last .week of the
great gift book store, at No. 173 Bouth High
St. A fresh supply of new books just received
nirtmtmbtri splendid gift with every book
m .
UnAnmouSi Physicians prescribed . it, and
everybody recommends its adoption as the stand.
ard, only certain external remedy. 95 cents a
bottle. : i vtjn ii.it t r -
, ni ) ?: r '
IT See, advertisement of Prof.
Miller's
Hair Inrigorator In another column.
Rail Road Time Table.
trm X(JJII Oslosibos Sc XU B. B.
Lmtm.
Arrives!
Aooomaodatloo. ...... 6.10 a. M.
No. 8 x.. ............. 9.80P.M.
1
9.15 P. M,
H30P.M
Night at xp rets 8.45 A.M.
OttvnaJto, Ooumsos A OiteonnuTi B. B. '
Bxpress and Mall .3.00 P. M.
Night Bxpress 3 35 A. M.
.CaaTRAtOnio B. JU f j f
Express Train 3 00 .. M ,." '
Mall Train 8.40 P.M. '
f trrssoMW, OouKwoa It OnwnouTi B. B
IrpreuTraln...., 3:00 A.M.
Mall Train 1,40 P. M.
8 45 A. M
1...
1.40 P-.M
1:.)0A. M
30A,M
SHOP. M
i - ."11 .
8.30 P. M
S 80 P. M
Coirjisacs It Imusjuroua B . B
Oolumbna. Pioua Ss Indiana l.-Lliv-v .
Bxpress Train . . u , ... ,A
XPresa Train .tv,.....-1:46 P. M, 8: 10 P. M
FHENCII KID OLOVK", A
IKKNCH KIDLOVKS, v . 1
,v,-.f, FEKNCH KIDGLOVRB -
I
73 cents per pair, urns as sold elsewhere for ns
liar. rilia BAIN,
v91., No. 99 South High street
TELEGRAPHIC!
BEPOUTED FOB THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL
SENATE
WASHINGTON, Jan. 23.
Several memorial! weie presented.
Mr, Green's resolution, that A. B. Greenwood, Bev
erdy Johnson and Montgomery Blair be appointed com
mlnlonera to make a MCtlement of claims betweon;the
Government and W. II. Russell, was laid on the table.
Mr. Slldell moved that hie resolution and the Presl
dent'e menage be referred to the Judiciary committee
Agoeed.
Mr. Ivoiton was excuiod from the committee on
The bill for the lale of theUndnand lhtremoval of the
arienal at St. Jooule, and the construction of anew ar
enil stJeBorson Barracks, passed.
Erlday wu eet apart for private Mill.
The tariff bill wu referred to a committee of five, with
Instructions to report back next week.
HOUSE.
The poat route kill being under consideration
Mr. Sickles offered an amendment, eatablUhlng a
daily delivery of letter! witbln a circuit of nine miles
from the City Hall, New York. Adopted.
An amendment making lithographic maps mailable
matter.at one cent per o. to any part of the country
waa adopted.
Mr. Olemeni made a penonal explanation relative to
a remark made yesterday that he wu a traitor, elating
that'he forgive the remark, for the reason tbat he had
been suffering under a reeking wound for two years
and a half, lie did not And a bullet a comfortable sen
sation. He expected his course would lead to defama
tory remarks. If others wished to cut imputations on
him, they could do to for reasons stated.
The report of the commute of thirty three wu up.
Mr- Btherldae said that If the settlement of the pres
ent difficulties be submitted to twelve honeit men, not
politicians, be would do so without argument knowing
they would reach an honest verdict. Unfortunately
people appeal to Congress for peace. Be announced
that If the Douse failed to meet the publio expectations,
he would move the adjournment of this question to the
people. Tne revolution sow threatening was nnjnstin
able and unpardonable, and Involving fearful consequen
ces; yet those not participating In the revolution are
stigmatised as traitors, lie showed the madness and
folly of subverting the government, saying that all their
rights would be secured In the Union.
He referred to personal liberty bills, saying he believed
they would be soon swept fromthe statute books. If they
are constitutional, we have no right to complain; lr on
constitutional they are void u to the fugitive slave law.
Mr. Orr, of the Kingdom of South Carolina, said It was
u strong ai anybody iwlihed. lie asked If it would be
more strong out thau In ths Union. The Northern peo
ple will always be orposed to slavery. The strongest
slavery men In the south are xankees, rural soon u
they go South they Quarry a nigger beg pardon they
marry a woman with niggers. Mo one here claims to
be an Abolitionist. (Voices from the Republican aide
"Mot one,') No other bot.Bepublicana bad denounced
the John Brown raid in their platform. The people of
tho Bouth and North don't hate each other any more
thanjold Whigs and Democrats used to do. Yon will sepa
rata on paper, but tbs Ohio river la the only barrier to
separate hostile States. ,
You hate, one) another because i ' ins" must soon
give place to "outs." As an evidence of his peaceful
disposiUon, he was willing to submit eight years more to
Buchanan's Administration. (Laughter.) lie would
usent to Crittenden's, or Border State Compromise, or
the resolutions he endeavored to Introduce, and would
indorse the recommendation of the Committee of Thirty
uiree, reeling mat In doing thus ha would meet tnedii
uolonlsts with ths olive branch of peace In one band-and
the sword n lb other:' and so lone u the stars and
stripes wave over Tennessee, hs would never submit to
disunion. . - , ....
Mr. Ethsrlda-e continued at treat lena-th. saving- that
the North had always submitted to the demands of the
South, and referred to the acts of Congress In support of
nis siatement. in answer to a question he ithertdgej
said It was known that the people of the South were In
sane, and In tho language of Scripture, would answer
Southern fools according to their folly. Be said It wu
well known that wherever the disunion sentiment pre
vailed in the South, there was a reign of terror. lie
would return to Tennessee to ruiet disunion lie would
cling to the flag of our country !n her darkest hour and
terror, al the saint clings to bis God - (Applause. )
The speaker laid a communication from the Georgia
members, excepting BUI, announcing Jhe secession of
tneir state ana their withdrawal, beiore the House.
Hill sent a communication that being satisfied that his
State no longer desired representation In Congress, he
resigned. Both were tabled and ordered to be printed.
Louisiana Convention.
Baton Rodoi, La., Jan. S3. The Convention ortran-
Ir.ed, after which a fervent prayer wu offered. Bx-Uov
ernor Morton wu elected President, viva voice. Be
was conducted to the chair and made the customary
speech of thanks; he advised calmneis sod firmness in
their deliberations. A resolution was then adopted to
appoint a committee of fifteen, to report articles for the
secession of Louisiana from the Federal Union, Several
plans were offered.
Tne nouin uaronna ana Aianuna commissioners were
Invited to seats in the Convention 1
The Chairman of the Convention nominated the Com
mittee of fifteen to report the secession ordinance to mor
row. The Committee on rules etc. .reported the following
officers necessary in addition to the President: Secretary.
Assistant Secretary: Doorkeeper. Warrant Clerk and a
suitable number of enrolling and Translating Clerks.
A Committee of 3 wu appointed to wait on the Com
missioners from South Carolina and Alabama Conven
tion. Adjourned tin to-morrow.
St. Auiohts. Mo.. .Tan 23. Union flays arei ilnir nn
all over the county. A ninety foot pole wu raised at
Medora yesterday, from which floats tha Atari and
tripes. A Urge and enthusiastic meeting wu held list
night, at which Union resolutions of the strongest kind
were psssed. At 8 o'clock this morplng a large number
ofcillsens, from all directions, formed in a line and fired
33 guns for the Union.
Booxviue, Mo., Jan. S3. One of ths lamest meet
Ings, ever usembled in Cooper county, met to-day at
Bellalr. Resolutions of a firm and decided character.
irting the rights of the South, were adopted: alao. In
favor of tha Union and against secession, and for Ihe
sdoptlonof the Crittenden or Douglas plan of adjust
ment. Nnw Osluns, Jan. 93d. The steamer Win G. Hewes
hu arrived with Havanna dates to the 20th Inst- Sugars
dull and the quotations nominal. Tbs new crop is
coming In. The drouth sontloues throughout the Island.
stock on hand swuu Boxes hogshead.
Baton Rocos, Jan. 23. The Convention meets to
day. Flags, containing fifteen stars, float over the cap
ital.
THE MARKETS.
Cincinnati Market.
IO0UR the market remalnsdull, andholners sredls-
posed to recedes little from our lut quotatsons. Good
extras hare sold at 4,6S and superfine at 94,40 As
heeetofore the shipping demand Is confined to very small
orders suoh as produce no affect on the status of the
market.
WHEAT while hu but an Indifferent market, be
cause of the fact that nurmlllers an better compensated
now by making superfine flour, than by ths extra grades.
riedictaaenupaiaji, vat gooa qualities are held at
i,im.
CORN is onchadged either u to pries or demand.
OATS there is a fair mark at SCo, but holders demand
S7o.
B aRLBY varies not a little, according to the nses to
which it Is to be pat, and u to the buyers, 75?8o Is
about a fair quotation for prima fall. Holders generally
ask 80o for prime fall.
BYE la leu Orm at H'le.
WHISKY hu a good market at 13ke. " ;
BOGS Came In mors freely for the twenty-four hours
to noon to-day, and though tha market opened almost
quoted yesterday ,yet It grew outer daring ths dav and
purchues could have been mads at 5c per cwt. lower.
racKera appear 10 naveennciuaea that tns eeuon is about
through, and that they don't care to bother with the ar
ticle hi "original' packages; sines they must soon begin
the buslneu of handling and disbursing the accumuls'
Cin. Com. January 24.
Cleveland Market.
January, 23.
FLOUR steady and quiet,. No aales renorted. -
WHEAT sales loar red from store at a 1.00: 1 do at
i.iu, ana tcarwniie on track atl,18.
CORN sale l car common at 37 Uc. and 3 cars do on
track at 38c. t .--. : . .
OAT4ualetaix5o.. ... r. - v. r
MOUB bays advanced and are sellinz at a rams of
5,87 J,0,!iO the latter wu paid freely for good heavy
nogs.
runs. mess is quietens nnn at flOOU.
1.4RD sales 5 kegsatSc. . -B0TTER
salesS bblsat llo'. ;
POULTRY sales 3 boxes chickens at and GOO
ddu ao as one.
VHUiTsals lO.ooobbls dried apples at 3Ke.- .
SKKDfJ sales 40 bush. Clover at B4 SO.
IGGS-dull at 14c ,
SOMETHING NEW
HOW AR D & 6 O ' S .
! AMERICAS WATCHES.
CAIX AT NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH SI'.,
and examine our new mate of .. ., . .
AMERICAN WATCHES.
manufactured by B. HOWARD Jr. CO., Boston, Mass
These Watches are. far superior to anything ever offered
so mepuDiio, unwran, . nans tna sxclusivs agency,
I can sell them at prices to snlt the times. J havsjuatj,
reoeivcu rerwo aiuv. i
j'AERfCAN, WATCHES, Y,'
manufactured by APPLXTON, TRACY, St 00 ; alio, a
Una assortment of t u .
ElfCIilSIf AND SWISS WATCHES,
; j' ;'J In Ool J and flilrsr Cases, at Panic prices. .., ,..
Jan?3 . 'V., .v.l . , W. J. 8AVAGE.
NOTICE.
T SPILIiANB AND OTHERS.
Alt persons an herehr nntlnnarf anlnit numhu.
Ing an order dated Oct. i860 drawn by A. W. Shearer.
VJ "Jf"' township, franklin county, Ohio oa
the Treasurer of Towndilp, paysbls to John Bplll
Mis or order, for sjiai ten , of, Mitchell's out-
.InMno'tXa n f-
'.. ,:' J'' W- SHEARER, Clerk
i s!$ 3t Jo of Prairie Township.
1 SPECIAL NOTICES
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1
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HUNHEWELL'S
J UNIVERSAL
For all TIIHOAT mid
liUNG CUOIPLAINTS,
Including- AVnooFINC
juiiuit, ana every
-COUGH
IIKMKDY.
HTJNKEWELI'B
Complaint the forerun
ner of, and even actual
CONSUMPTION.
The 4; rniit Nl'iiHil
4. It) HI:rtI;Y and Nat.
urai UfUiK, adapted
so every species of Men
TOLU
voui Complaints. Ner.
voua and. Chronic
eenaaciie, Hheunia.
tism, Catarrh. 'J'ooth
and Ear Ache, Loss of
ANODYNE.
Nieep. andHowel Com.
plaints.
No real Justice can be done the above preparations
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets.-. ,
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formula, ami Trl.l iinitii.. .Mnf n ih.i
clans, who will find developments In both worthy Uirlr
Correspondence solicited from all whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a trial or the above reliable Kerne
dies.
For sale by the usual wholesale and retail dealer
everywhere.
JOHN L, IIDNNEWELL, Fropricto
CHEMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
No. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mam.
Roberts a Runnel, N. B. Marple, J. R. Cook. J. M
Venis-. G. Dertlir A 8nn.. A.J. flrhnulln J. u i
... wuiuuiuu uuiut mvl'dlv
I UK ARIEHICAN
MEDICAL AND TOILET
RECEIPT BOOK.
This book contains Aeeefptt and Direction) for ma
king all the most valuable Medical preparations in use;
also Recipes and full and explicit directions for making
all the most popular and useful Cosmetics, Perfumes,
Unguents, flair Restoratives, and all Toilet Articles. If
you are suffering with any chronic disease If you wish a
beautiful complexion, a fine bead of hair, a smooth race,
a clear skin, a luxuriant beard or moustache or if yon
wish to know any thing and every thing In the Medical
and Toilet line, you should by all means peruse a copy
or this book. For full particulars and asumple of the
work for perusal, (free) address the publisher,
T. F. CHAPMAN,
No. 831 Broadway, New York.
oet30J3m
Headache ! Headache !
Thousands of persons suffer from headaches to the seri
ous detriment of their, comfort, business, and health,
who might easily be cured ty simply using HuMrnRrv'a
noMKoriUTic fipreinrs. Tho IIiadauis Pim, taken In
the morning, and the Bil ious Piu. taken at night, rarely
fall to cure Ihe most severe and obstinate case. Thou
sands having tried them have been entlr. lv freed or this
bane of their lives. Co and do likewlte.
Price, 55 ceuls per box, with directions. Six boxes 1 1
Bent by mall or express, free of charge. celpt of
the price. Address,
Da. HUMPHREYS fc 00.,
No. 5C'i Broadway, New Yo
SolJIjy ROBKKTH at 8AMU1U,
Wholesale and Retail Itrnggists. 34 N. High alrent.
8. B. BAMUKLJt CO.,
Jaul-diwlm 65 8. High street, Columbus, 0.
Bee adveitlsecent In another column .
mot t A't 's Lin; PH.I.N.
In all cases of costlveneas, dyspepsia, billlciu and Uver
affections, piles, rheumatism, fevers and agues, obstl
nate bead aches, and all goueral derangements of health
these Pills have Invariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy. A single trial will place the Life Pills beyond
the reach o 'competition In the estimation of every pa
tient.
Dr. Moffat's Phoenix Bitters will be found equally ef
flcaclous in all cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, the sickness Inoldent to females Indelicate health,
and every klofl of weakness of the digestive organs.
lor sale by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, 3,11, Broadway, N. T.
and by all PWglats. taaySa-dawly
The fallowing it an extract from a
letter written by the iter. J. 8. Ilolme, paster oi the
Pierrcpolnt-Btreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to
the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and speaks
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mrs
Winsiow's Soothiho Bvnnp roa Children T-kthiho:
"We see an advertlsment In your columns of Mrs
W imslow's Sootuiko Byrup. Now we never said a word
In favor of a natant medicine hefnre In imp nr ,,ntw
feel compelled to say lo your readers that this Is no hum
bug WE DiVS TaiXD IT, AND KNOW IT TO II AH IT
emus. It is probably one of the most successful medi
cines of the day, because it is one of the best. And those
of your readers who have baliii s can't do better than
lay in a supply." oc27:lydfcw
HAIR DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye!
Tns Original and Best in tbs Worldl
All others an mere Imitations, and should be avoided
If you wish to escape ridicule.
QUAY, BED OR RU8T7 HAIR Dyed instantly to a
beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without tnjnry lo
nalrorBkin.
FIFTEEN MKDAL8 AND DIPLOMAS have bee
awarded to Wm. A. Batchelor since 1839, and over 80,00
applications have been made to the Hair of his patrons
of his famous dye.
WM. A. BATCHELOR'8 UAin DYE produces a col
or Dot to be distinguished from nature, and is warranted
not to Injure In the least, however long It may be contin
ued, and the 111 effects of Bad Dyes remedied; ths Bait
Invigorated for life by this splendid Dye.
gold In all cities and towns of the United States
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
iLfThe Genuine has ths name and address upon a steel
plate engraving on four sides of each box, of WILLIAM
A. BATCHBLOR, Address
OBABLBS BATCHBLOR, Proprietor,
Jyl2 wly 81 Barclay street, New York.
To Consumptives.
Ths Advertiser, having been restored to health in a few
weeks by a very simple remedy, after havings nffereds
eral years with a severe lung affection, and that dread
disease. Consumption Is snxlous to make known to his
fellow sufferers the means of cure.
To all vho desire it, he will send a copy of the prescris
lion used (free of charge), with the directions for piepa
ing and using the same, which they will find a scat Co
for CoNsuMmoN, Asthma. Bronchitis, to. Ths only
object of tha advertiser in sending the Prescription is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread Information which he con
ceives to be Invaluable, and he hopes every sufferer will
try his remedy, as It wU cost them nothing, and may
prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
Willlamsburgh,
Kings County, New York.
oct3;wty .
W. A. Batchelor'i Hair Dye! .
- This splendid Hair Dye has no equal instantaneous In
effect Beautiful Black or Natural Brown no staining
the skin or injuring ths Hair remedies the absurd and II
effect of Bid Dyes, and Invigorates ths hair for lire.
None are genuine unless signed "W. A. Batchelor.'
Sold everywhere.
, CBA8. BATCHBLOR, Proprietor,
Jylfcwly 81 Barclay Street, New York.
COAL AJSTD "WOOD!
THE SUBSCRIBER WILL DELIVER THE
BEST QUALITY .
op "V' . '
WOOD, SAWED AND SPLIT,
To any part of the city for
$3,50 PER CORD,
I And 4 feet Wood for '
; $2,50 PER CORD.
Also Ihe different kinds of Coal at low as any other
dealer, and, "sympathising with the publio," Is sow
' selling
. ZAUE3VILLE OB MUSKINGUM
COAL FOR 9 CTS., AND -
NUT COAL OR DIRT,
. ' . FOR 7 CTS, PER BUSHEL. -
Yard and office, 119, South Third Street, near the Sec
ond Presbyterian Church. -. i w . ' . '
A.'BAEIOW, Agent.
Oolndbus. Jan. 21.
1 ,
din
j FOR SALE.
. ; .. ..... , . ? ,
A LAUOE BODY OF LA IV Is l.visin
Jt. on tho National Road, West of Columbus, within
from two to five miles from the city. Tha property
DS sola in lots to snit puronaawrs, aou on ravorable terms
Apply to ,. iiunn w.i'vaiwa,
., jaaltHMw Agent for John 0. llolloway.
Columbus, January 10. 1- , . . , ...
T)LACK STRAW BOTH NETS AND E1L
u egant Ribbons, in great variety at BAIN'S,
t5 No. SO, High street;
will
NEW .AERTjpgrjsj;
Best Cough Medicine in ''.he "World!
the;
Great Remedy 0f the
Age!
AYER'S
PULMONIC CHERRY CORDIAL
FOR TUB SPSTEDY AND CERTAIN CORE OF
Coughs, Coltld, Throat Diseases, Hoarseness,
Oroup, Bronchitis, Asthma, Early Stage
CoDsrunptioo, Spitting Blood, Night
Sweats, feverish Condition, &c.
Price X.
Of the great remedies whhb Dr. Avsa (of the Throat
and Lung Institute, 30 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati,
has offered to the public, there Is none which hu given
such un lversal satisfaction In his practice as the "Pul
monic CiintRT CoaniaL."
It Jiostesses tho most extraordinary powers, and
among the points of marked superiority of this favorite
remedy are these:
JO'Itcoutalns no Morphine, or any
lump; winch will derange tho Bow
els or Impair the Appetite.
Eirit contains no deleterious sob
stance wnatevcr.
IOTlio effect is proisipt und pernio.
nent.
IE? As a cure or preventative of
DYPTHEni jy. .
st lias no rqiinl. None who liave
ever used It have been uttucked
CALL FOR THIS AND TAKE NO OTHEH
q q q q:q q q q q q q
So not Confound it with any other preptra-
tion pnt up by any ps sun of similar name.
This Cough Cordial has been thoroughly tested thous
ands of times, and in no cue has it ever failed!
Bear In mind that this Cherry Cordial is the prepara
tion of a regularly educated Practicing Phy.lclan, a
point not to be lightly estimated by those who require a
sterling medicine.
Ueo. W. Bice, Biq., of Cincinnati, certifies to a re
markable cure of Asthma, the patient being his wife.
The remedy the cordial.
John 11. Deters. Ktu.., of OlDcinnatl. testidsi to are.
niaikabls cure ot ehrtolc throat lle by means of this
great remeoy.
Rev. Dr. J. P. Chalfsnt. Presiding Elder. IM. E
Church, Dayton District,) sats "1 cordially rucoui.
mend Dr. Aver s wunderful preparation to those who
may be suffering from chronic catarrh ordiseasra of the
inroatand lunga."
Bolomon Adams (of Ihe well koown Imnoitinir Drv
Goods House, Hughes, Adams 4t Co.,) Cincinnati, says:
"I heartily commend Dr. Ayer's Cordial as iustlv da-
serving the Iceltbrity it has attained-"
Cliai. Hunroe, Esq. .Cincinnati, save: I cheerfullv
expiess my fullest confidence In Dr. Ayer's medicine.
B. R. Bates. Eo.. writes form iftl, Aimn tim.i
New York; "I shall always recommend my friends to the
use of your Cordial, feeling, tbat It has effected what
some oi the moat eminent phyaicians In New York and
Clnolnnatl failed to accomplish, vie tbe cure of Mrs.
Bates' Throat."
T. J. Emerson, Ksq., Profesior of Vocal Music, Cin
oinatl, says. "All other remedies having failed to core
or relieve my throat, I used Dr I. W. Ayer's Cordial,
and am happy to say, it effected an entire and perfect
cure."
L. B. Eager, Constable, Cleveland, says: "With tbe
use of Dr. Ayer's Cordial Icxperleuced the most decided
rolief, and have no doubt of its effecting ar4tcal and
permanent cure."
Ber. . Q. Tucker, Brookville, Indiana, was cured of
uonsumption and testinee In the strongest terms to the
wonderful efficacy of the cordial.
Bev. J. B. Allen, Pastor of ths Presbyterian Church,
Brookllns 0., cured of chronic bronchitis, says: "I am
now able to use my voice as well as at any time during
my ministry and with more effect and comfort. I now
rejoice that I applied toDr.Ayer."
Equally strong letters and testimonials from 8. J.
Burllson, Bupt- of Bridges, Cleveland: 11. Ranney,
Merchant; N. Banford. Merchant; 0. A Van Slyke,
Btaamluat builder, Buffalo; Col. Crump, Hannibal,
Mo.; 0. P.Johnson, Esq., City Attorney, St. Louis.
Rev. A. J. Kane, Bpringfleld, Ills; Moser. Chess,
Ksq. , Civil Engineer, Pittsburgh; and hundreds of others
have been received.
For sale In Cincinnati by E. 80ANLAN A CO.,
Wholesale Agents, comer fourth snd Main fetreots.
8UIRB, ECKSTEIN at CO.,
Corner of fourth and Vine Streets.
Ah, at Dr. A XSJi'S Office, 30 Jlis Fourth Street,
Cincinnati, and by Druggists generally.
Jan. 24;-dcTu.Thatwy
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
Til AND t'KOIU
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and'
JSTin7ST YORK. .
Tho Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first class
full-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail every Sat
Hrdny from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
United States Mail and passengers,
NOVA 8COTIAN Oapt. HcUasters,
BUUHMIAM Capt. Orange,
NORTH BRITON Oapt. Borland,
CANADIAN Capt. Graham,
NORTH AMERICAN.. Capt. Alton,
ANGLO-SAXON Capt. Balantlne,
HIBERNIAN,
NORWEGIAN,
Shortest Cheapest nnd Quickest Uon
vcj auce irons
AMERICA TO ALL PARTS Of EUBOFE.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
snd from QUEBEC every ttatnrday, Milion at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on. board and land Mails and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Qlasgow passengers are furnished with rats passage
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Return tickets granted at reduced rates.
An experienced Surgeon attached to eaoh steamer.
Certificates Issued for carrying to and hrinclna-out oas-
gangers from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE Of SAILING PAOKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
for passage, apply at me UUice. 23 IIKUAII
WAV, New York, and 0 WATCH ST.,
Liverpool,
8ABEL ft REABLE, General Agents,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG. .
nolo lydfcw Statesman Office, Columbus, Ohio.
REMOVAL.
TV H. TAsTT HAS KEIHOVED nift
U stock of DRY GOODS from No. 131 South High
street,. to his old stand. No. 46 North High atrtet, in
Thompson's Building, where he will bo pleased to see all
hie old customers, andall new ones that may cotqe, where
be will sell them chean goods.
A Urse lot of (jAHrETA on hand, which will be sold
at cost, for casn, to oiose tna stock.
v. n. TATT,
JanlSdlm Corner High and Gay sts., Columbus. 0.
Granville Ohio, Female Academy.
THE II PH. ING AND SUMMER SE8.
sion will commence February 7th. 1801. This is
ens of tbe best Institutions for the thorough and chris
tian education of our daughters, at a reasonable oost,
Address w. r. rifittn, rrmctpal,
Granville, Ohio.
Refer to Col. 0. W. MASvpamtv.
JshW dlwstw3w Hon. A. L. Pibrill, Senate. .
High Sreet Store
I OH SALE.
THE THREE STOUT FIRE PHOOF
BT011Y HOUSE, No IG3, occupied bv Akin St Em-
oi y, Stove Dealers, completely fitted with Oas, lurnice
and noistlng Jack. The lot Is 100 by 90, snd Is offered
on reasonable terms. Apply tn
WM. B- BROWN,
Jsn7 dfel No. 33, North Third Street.
AD V BRTI8BMINT.
tor ths INSTANT RBLI1I
and PERMANENT OCR! of th
. distressing complaint 'see
EN DT'fj
BRONCHIAL 010 ABETTER,
Made by 0. B. SEYMOUR at CO., 107 Nasaaa St., N
Price $1 per boij sent free by post.
FOR 8AL1 AT ALL DBUeOHTI.
. suie-dstwlyts ' ., , , . ,
ALEXANDRES KID 6LOVEK.
All sites and colors Just opened at BAINS,
dee.11. No. S South High street.
SHI
HICHCS.COLmBIg.Tj.
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OHIO-,
irsnsiniuciitrcrs of all kinds of Por
! niHitausiry- steam En
Risics, Saw ifiiiu, sjrlal Mills,
dec, 4c.
LAKE BODLEYEtatenl B. at F. BLAND YBeatenl
J. t J. II. DCVALL Beaten III COLUMBUS
. JUACmXE CO. Beaten 1 1 II BltADtORD
t CO. Beattnl I III
Oar Portable Engine and Biw Mill
Was awanled the first premium of f 30 at the Indiana
State Pair for 1;C0 over Lane A Bodley's on account or
Prioo, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine was awarded at the same Pair
the lint premium of 121)0.
Our Portable Knglne was swardrd the first premium or
v.v. . , B.ir .i. niciopnis, xenn., over uiamly s Do
vails, Columbus Machine Co's., and Bradford Sc Co's.
by a committee of practical Railroad Engineers.
for price and terms address
W1LLAR0 WARNKR, Treasurer,
dcc5-dkwljeols. Newark, Ohio
THE VICTOR AT EVERY
WHERE EXHIBITED !
FAIR
BLANOVS PATENT. AUG. 3. 1858.
S'jiArg.'g J jfa.l I, i 1 1 1 j i . m mi n i ,ni 11 ihmT"
COSTIU NOTICE.
The Newark Machine Works In nnbll'hinff the
notice of having been victorious over
The Blandy Portable Steam Saw Mill
at any Fair whatever, knew Ihey were publlthlng falsi-
nuuu. tie nave puniiiiteu our ueniai or tne truth or
tneir statements In other papers, but they have not al
tered them, nor ofTeredthe public any evldeuce to sus
tain their untruthful assertion, We never hid a Mill or
Engine on exhibition at Memphis, Tenn. We (ltd
meet them at the Ohlo'State Fair at Zaneaville, 0. , le.VJ,
where in the 8awina- contest, thev came out behind all
others, we taking TWO FIHST PRM1UM8.
We met them Benin at the Ohio State Fair at fanduskv.
0., In with eiual Machinery, and beat them, taking
TWO FIRST ntKMIUMS again.
aim uni'ieu btatks aik ror IWjO, at Cincin
nati, 0., where all the leading manufacturers were repro-
KQiru,
The lilandy Mill m$ Victorioui
over all, cutting 32 boards. 12 ft. 8 In. long, and '21)
locnca wiue, in ? minuies, i3,seconas; ail the machine,
ry operated by two htnds only I ' and of course, carried
Ihe FIHST PREMIUM.
Not being present at Indianapolis. 1300. we do not
know what they did there, but we do know, that at the
uuio niaie rair for iron, wnere ue aid meet them, they
were so badly beaten as to be left entirely out of con
sideration In awarding premiums. Though they had a
Mill and three Engines on the grounds, they did not get
For circulars fully describina THR BLANDY NA
TIONAL PREMIUM AND 0HAMP1ON KNUINR AND
MILL, with reports of operators, St c, all truthfully and
lairiy aei lorin, aauress
II. at P. BLANDY,
. Blaiidy's Steam Engine Works,
Jan SHdkw e o Zaoesville, 0.
WW -N
PBICXS EEDUCKD
From tha Newl ork Observer.)
As all Hurtles manufacturing Sewinr Machines are ob-
liged lo pay Mr. Howe a license on each machine sold,
and are aao compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, aa to the number sold, his books give a correct state
ment. From this reliable source we have obtained the
following statistics. Of the machines made In the year
rai, there ware sold,
By Wheeler Sr. Wilson V1.315
'. I. M. Singers; Co 10.051
" Orover St Baker I0.IMO
Showing the sales of Whfete r A Wilson to be ooWe
those of any other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums at the
United States Fairs of 1H58, lfUU and 1SC0;
also at the
Ohio Slale Fairs or 1859 and IffiO;
and at nearly all the (Jouuty Fairs in tbe State.
Our prices, at the late reduction, are ae low at anv
lock ttich machine now sold, and but a tilde higher than
the interior nco mreaa warn tticn maotmrt, now
forced upon the market.
Tha WHUELKB, 4c WILSON MACHINE males the
Lock Stick the only one which cannot be raveled. It
Is Auks or Doth Sionof thMoods, leaving no rklut or
chain-onthe wider tide.
All machine warranted 3 years, and Instruction
given In their use, free of charm,.
11. uttAKy,ci uign St.. uniumnus, o.
WM. 8UMNKK CO.,
drc3-!awd3m A wOm Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati .
BILL POSTING
AND
DISTRIBUTING BILLS!
JOHN H. STEKLEY-
will attend to ths
POSTING AND DISTEIBT3TIH0
oi
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All orders left at the Office of tho Satetpian will be
promptly attended to. Janll-tf
Mahogany Saw-Mill
AND
BEDSTEAD FACTORY,
106 Pearl Street.
ntJSEWOOD, in A HOG ANY AND
IV Black-Walnut Boards snd Plank of various thick
ness; Mahogany ana Koaewomt Ixigs; Mahogany ar
Rosewood Veneers; Zebra wood Teneer.v Black-Walnut
and Oak Crotch Veneers; Line-mottled Mahogany; Walnut
snd Oak Veneers; also, plain Veneers, at So. ier foot,
ror rrame maien; riano inn vaninet aioninings; also,
Mahogany and Walnut Bannisters and Newells, allsises
and patterns; manogany nanu ran rJtuti for Stair-builders;
Spanish Cedar for Cigar Boxes; cut and sawed Bark-
Ins: for Pictures and Lookln-slass Frames. Also.
H Inch Poplar, In large quantities; Lignum Vitas, well
assorted for Block-makers and Tn-pin Balls: also, cut
vv ainut, aianngany ana nosewooa V eneere
Saving built a Bedstead Factory adjoining my Mahog
any Saw mill, which la now In operation. I would ra
spectrully Invita tha trade to call and examine my as
sortment oi neaaieans, wnicn i ouer lor sale at low rates
and warranted a good article.
HBSRT ALBRO,
Jyat-wSas 196 Pearl street, Clnolnnatl. Ohio
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Pamuel Parson's Executors
vs superior Court.'
John K. Hey 1, et al. J
TJ VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
II to ai directed, from the Superior - Court
Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for sals at tha door
of the court Boose , in the city of ,Oolumbus, on
Saturday, ths 16th day of February, A . D. 1861
between the hoars of 10 o'clock S. m. snd 4 o'clock n
m., the following described real estate, situate in the
county ot yranaun, ana sate oi unto, to wit; Lots
Nos. seven, (7) eight (H) nine (9) and ten (10) of Jcn
and Henry Sillier e subdivision of lots Nos. eighty-nine
(80) slnety, (80) and ninety one, (91) of Crosby's addl
Hon to out-lota cost ef Columbus, aa delineated on the
pint tnereor, reoorora in volume one, page seventy
the record of plats of said cnantv.
Appraised at Lot Nos. 7, S.and.O at M0 00 each,
uui nu, iu, etaj uu
o. W. nntrMAN
Janll-dltfcw4t. Master Commissioner.
'"i
M4
1 t. ;WcCV7rSalwrL
oTZi.TiirM:iixirT
OP TBI CONDITION OI THR
NArtrlK s7ira Tncnvsnaa fAinnmi
"vi si svu iuu J.uouiUlll5 jVlupullJ)
OW THE Slat DAT OF DECEITtBElt,
I860, made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to ths
oiaiuve oi uia Dune, enuueu "An actio regulate ansa
mace uompanin. noi incerporatea Dy Ihe State of Ohio
passed April o, iojo.
NAVE AND LOCATION.
1st. The name of the Company lijhe Norwich Fire In
su ranee Cnmpany, and is located at Norwich, Con.
ueciioui.
I. CAPITAL.
'.M. The amount of Its capital stock Is t'Xltl 0(1 00
XI. The amount ot its capital stock paid up Is '.'uO UO no
it abbe no.
i. Cn.hof the Company on hand.. 1)9,095 Yi
'.' Cash in the hands or and due
from airenta 5 nnn mi
Real Estate unincumbered none.
The bonds and stooks owned by
ine uompany ae per truehera
accompstiirig how secured,
and the rate of Interest there
on, to wir
Bharen,
Par Market
Value. Vain.
SO
Norwlck Bunk 8tock,Norwich i,000 Oil j,7t.O 00
171) Thaoite do do 17 000 00
S7 Merchunts do do 1,I)N0 00
51 Photiiix do Hartford 3,6(10 00
100 TJnion do Albany 10,000 00
100 American Ex do N. Y. 10,001100
SO At labile do do J 0110 00
75 Continental do do 7,300 00
SO Corn Exchange do do 3.000 00
SO Hanover do do S.OOO 00
luu Ocean do d j S.boo 00
Hm Metropolitan do do 10 000 00
I5U Imp's A Traders do do IS 000 00
100 National do do S.OOO 00
VOO Merchants do do 10,000 00
SO nhie at Lealher do do 3,000 00
ISO Tradetman's do do 6 000 00
ilHI Union do do 10.000 00
SO Bank ol Commerce du 3,000 00
SO do He pub lie do 3,000 00
SO I' 8. Trust Company do S.OOO 00
SO Bank cf Kcntucky.Louisville 3,000 00
10,550 00
1,100 00
3.000 00
10.000 00
0,450 00
J.SOO 00
6.885 00
4.750 00
4.000 00
4,000 00
10 500 IM)
15.600 00
4 7.-.0 00
10,000 00
4,000 00
0,500 00
B,5O0 00
4,750 00
3,350 00
6.000 00
3,500 00
TotaUxinds and stokes. . tlSj.lPP CO 81IKJ31S00
. Iiebti due the Company, se
cured liymnrtgase,on un
incumbered Real Estate, as
per vouchers a company.
Ing.
SCHEPCLfor KStRTCUOW.
Amount Mortgage
of Becord.
Loan. Vol. Pao-.
i ue mortgage or ueo.
Frith Sc. wife on farm in 3
Huron county, Ohio. 11,(00
(435
tsw
Total mortgages 81 6(11 00
. Debts otherwise secured u per
vouchers aoouipanying, none .
Debts for . premiums t S3 44
Allother securities..
12,321 00
. Total Aatets of the Company....
III. LIABILITIES,
I4,403 So
lb. The amount of liabilities, due or not due
lo bauks and other creditors, none
6th. Losses adjusted and due, none
7th. Losses adjusted and notdue
83. 500 00
0 (100 00
5,000 00
Hth. Lo,ses unadjusted
nth. Losses In suspense, waiting for further
proor
10th. All other claims against the Company
none
Total Liabilities 114,500 00
IY. MISCELLANEOUS.
lltll.
r.'th.
The greatest am't insured in any one risk,. 15,000
Tha greatest amount allowed by Ihe rules to be
inaureu in any one city, town or villsge, at dis
cretion of agent.
The greatest amount allowsd to be insured in anv
13th.
one block at discretion of agent, under rule of
Hth question
11 1 h The amount of Its capital or earnlnsa deooslledin
auy outer niaie, as security ror losses , therein,
naming them, with tbe amount in ewh. md
whether such company traniacta any business or
losurauce in saiu niaie or Btaiea. noaar
r.tli . The charter, or act nt Incorooratlon of said Cam
pany, iormerly sent.
Bt.ts or Consicticut f
County of New London,) an.
A Brewster, President, and Ebeneeer Learned. Renn.
tary of the Norwich Fire Insurance Comnanv. beli uv.
erally sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing is a full,
true and correct statement or the e Hairs or
the said Company that the said InsuranceOompan y is
ths bona flde owner ot at least One Hundred Thousand
uonara oi actual casn capital .invesed In Stocks and
Bonds, or in Mortgagee on Real Estate, worth double
tne amount tor whlcn tne same Is mortgaged; that the
above described Investments, nor any part thereof, art
made ror the benefit of any Individual exercising author
ity In the management of said comnanv. either Pr.i.
dent, Secretary, Treasurer, Director, or otherwise; that
lue mongagv, snow arscrioeo nave not been assigned,
nor In any manner released or Imps red by aald Company;
and that they are the above described officers of said In
surance Company.
A. BREW8TER, President.
KBEN. LEARNED, Sec'y.
Subscribed and sworn before me this 15th day of Jan
uary, 1H0I.
DAVID YOCNQ,
Justice of the Peace.
Orncs or mt AcniToa or Stats,
Columbus, O.January 17th, 1801
I. Bobert W. Tavler. Auditor of State do certif that
the foregoing Is a correct copy of tbe statement ot the
condition of the Norwich Fire Insurance Company, made
to una uuice lor me year seui, nnunow on hie herein.
Witness my hand and seal officially,
t.s., R. W.TAYLKR,
Auditor of HUte.
Certificate of Authority-.
To Expire on the 31st of January, JSC? J
Auditor rr BTa-ra's Orrica, 1
IttSFlNCE DlTRTlNT, J-
Columbus, Ohio, January 17, lotil . )
Wheress, the Norwich Fire Insurance Company, loca
eated at Norwich, in tha Bute of Connecticut, has filed
in this othce a sworn statement of Its condition, as re
quired by the first section of the act "To regulate Insur
ance Companies not incorporated bv the Bute at Oh in."
passed April 8th, IrlSU; and, Whereas, said Company has
furnished the undersigned (atisfactory evidence that it is
possessed of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars tf
actual capital, invested in stocks, or in bonds, er in mort
gages of real estate worth double tbs amoant for which
the same Is mortgaged; and, Whereas, said Company has
filed in this office a written instrument under its corpo
rate seal, signed by tha President and Secretary thereof,
authorising any agent oragenta of aaid Company in this
State to acknowledge service or process for and in behalf
or said Company, consenting that such service of process
shall be taken and held to be aa valid as if served upon
tho Company, according to the leaser thlaor any other
State, and waiving all claim or right of error, by reason
of such acknowledgment of service.
Now, Therefore, in pursuance of the first section of the
aforesaid act, I, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of State, for
the State of Ohio, do hereby sertify that aaid Norwich
Fire Insurance Company la authorised to transact the
business ot Fire Insuraace in this State until the thirty
first day of January, in lb,e year one thousand eight hun
dred aud sixty-two.
lu Witness Whereof, I have hereunto sub
scribed my name, and caused the seal of my
office to be affiled, tha day and year abovo
written. K, W. TAYLIR,
Audi or of Bute.
FRED'K J. FAY, Agont,
Office In Carpenter's Building,
I IT. SOUTH HIGH SI EET,
janl9dlw COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMILY GROCERIES
No. 106 South High ftreet.
Wm. Mcdonald
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES.
Dally Arrival ot Goods
'or tho Fall and Winter Trade
Of .1860-61.
)T7RETOHNINe SINCERE THANKS
TO THE PUBLIC for past favors snd patron
age, and being DETERMINED to MERIT
a continuance ot same by strict attention to
trad, snd prompt esellTerr of Goods
I would call tbe notice of the publio to ths fact that
having iLtlgs and well 8elected StotTk oa
hand, and being in'dally receipt of goods from ihe differ
ent markets, I Batter myself that I ean offer to the elti
sens ef Coluabus, er to any who may desire to purchase,
an assortment ot articles appsrUlnlsg lo theOnOCKRT
trade, UNEQOAJLED by any house In ihe city.
Tha price and quality of the goods offered, tfuar.
anttp to privo satisfaction.
Goodi Delivered Free of Charge. ;
novS7 WM. Mcdonald.
GUERNSEY'S BALM
-pEinOVES AND, PREVENTS 1 N
lb nammauon ana nam. and Seals the worst hum.
scam, praise, cut, or man wound ol any kind, i revents
swelling and pain from be stings, mosquito bites, sad
poisonous plants, Dcamgia, rneumaiism, ague tn the
breast, salt rheum, ete. Warn taken Internally, It will
positively curs croup In children, end gives Imuiedlets
reiieiinino worst rase 01 mis terrible complaint! also.
removes hoarseness aad sore throat. Price, 84 cents a
bottle, cnooiu oe in every house. For sale by urug
gtsuana BwreiMper. ibvinbtomb,
Bole Proprietor, Ha. I Bpruoo St., New York
oettdkwlvja . . ,
HEfflP ANiTtOTtoni HOPES," "
do do Twines, ,
Bed Cords and Candle Wlrk,
for sals by ., . M'KKK A RISTIKAVZ,
6017 '.-'". 84 N. High Street,
TITlIsE BIANTA.E BAHAUES, ROTH
f v
White snd Black, just received at
ly88
BAIW8,
Dr. McLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
PURIFIER.
-oureaieni tfensedrlss Tate U oriel ,
AND TBI
K06T DDJC10US
AND i
SELIQHTFUl'
CORDIAL
ever taken.
TT 18 STRICT
A ly a
scientlho and
Vegetable Compound,
procured by the distil,
latlon of Boots. Ilerbs
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Boot,
Barsaparllla, Wild
Cherry Bark and Dan-
delion enters into its'
Otfore Taklog,tre Ktive' r'eXi Alter Tailng.
principle or each Ingredient Is thorourhtv
my new method or distilling, producing a delicious, ci
hilerating spirit, and the moat INFALLIBLB remedy lor
renovatlne; the diseased system, and restoring rh L.k
suffering and debilitated INVALID to US. ALT H uti
BTBKNQTH.
MCLEAN'S STRENGTHENING COR.
DIAL
Will effectually cure
LIVIB COMPLAINT, DVBPIPSIA. JATJND1CI
Ohronlo or Nervous Debilitv. Diaaaanof tha Kldtma
and all diseases arising from a disordered Uver or fstoaa
ach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles, Acidity or Sick-
of the Btomach. fullness of Blood to tha Head, bull
pain or swimming in the head, Palpitation of ths Heart,
Fullness or Weight in the Btomach, Boar t nictations
Choking or suflooattn; feeling when lying down, Drrneas
or Yellowness of Uie Skin and Jtyes. Night Bwestafln
ward fevers. Pain in tha small of tbe back, chest or shM.
rUdden f lushes nf HmL TImmhIm r u..i .a. I
I) reams, languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease,
Bores or Blotches on the Rkln. vol a
Chills and fever.)
Over a Million of tfottlea
Bsve been sold durlni tha lut ilr mnnth. i. i.
stance has it failed in giving entire satisfaction Who,
.r'l nTer f roin Weakness or Debility when Ho
LEAN'S BTHKNGTHENlNa COBDIAL will cure yon?
No lansuaira can ronvv an ulMin.t m.. ,r ,v. i
dlate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and ahittar.3
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or impaired by sickness, the relaxed and imimm
organisation is restored to its pristine health and vigor.
MAHRIED PERSONS.
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean s Strengthening Cordial s thorough
regenerator of the system; and ail who may bare injured
themselves by Improper indulgences, will find in the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To tho I.adiesj.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is s sovereign and speedy care for
INCIP1ENTCONSCMPTION, WHITEN
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, incontinence of
Urine or Involuntar Iliaclutrira theranf. F.lllnn. V ,h.
nvuiu, uiuuioesa, sainung ana an uiseases Incident to
females.
There Is no Hlstaks About it-
Buffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. 1;
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
tbe bloom of health to mount your cheek again .
Rvery bottle Is warranted to give satisfaction
FOR CHILDREN.
If your ohildren are sickly, puny, or afflicted, McLean's
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
not a moment, try It, and you will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Oiti noH Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may
try to palm upon you some Bitter or Saraaparilla truan
which they can buy cheap, by saytnf It Is Jut aa good.
Avoid such men. Ask lor McLean's Strengthening Uor
dial, aud take nothing else It is the only remedy thai
will purify the blood thoroughly and at tha same time
strengthen the system.
One tablespoonful takes every morning fastlug, Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, fellow
lever, or any prevalent diseasvs. It is put up In lar?e
bottles.
Price only tl per bottle, or bottles for tJ.
J.U.McLktAN,
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Alao McLeWs Volcanic Oil Liniment
PriiKlptl Depot on the corner or Third and Pine streets,
St. Louis, Mo.
McLean's Volcauic Oil Llnimeai
The best Liniment In the World. Ths enly safe aaJ
eertain cure for Cancers, Piles, Swellings and Brou
chitis, or fioltrt. Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of On
Muscles, Onronio or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
neaa of the Joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Barache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, fresh
Cuts, Dicers, fever Bores, Caked Breasts Bora Nipples,
Euros, ncaias. Bora Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
uoumeranca now severe, or no Ion
have existed. McLean's Oelebrated
tain rsmedv.
or ho long the disease au
i Liniment M a cei
Thousands of human beings have been saved s life ol
decrepitude and misery by the use of this Invaluable mod
sine.
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and U wis
cleanse, purify snd heal ths foulest sores in an inoredi
ly short time.
For Horses and Otlter Animals.
McLean a celebrated Liniment Is the only safe and r
liabla remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bone, Win
galls, Splints, Dnnataral Bumps, Nodes or Swellings. It
will never fail to cure Big Mead, Poll Bvll, fistula. Old
running Bores or Bweeuy, if properly applied, for
Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, Bona or Wounda, Cracked
Heels, Chafes, Saddle orCollaittall.lt la an lnf.u;M.
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a rnra la Mmli, In
every Instance.
men trine no longer with tha nun- woithlm Link
ments offered to yon. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
oelebrated Liniment. It wi 11 cure you .
J. H. rflcLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Streets, St. Louis, )
for sale by all druggists,
lor sale by RCP.JSIITS A 8AMCKL,
augQft-dkwly Columbus. Ohio.
MRS, WINSLOW,
An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents
to Ihe attention of mothers, her
SOOTHING SYRUP.
FOR' CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates tha process of teething, by soft
ening the gums, reducing all inuammatlon wil I allay
aLb r ai H ana spasmodic action, and is
SURE TO REGC1.ATE THE BOWIXI.
Depend upon It, mothers, 1 1 will give rest to yourselves
and
BELIEF AID HEALTH TO TOTJB IS FAN. 8
We have pnt un and sold this srtlcla for
and CAN BAY, IN OONf IDHNOK AND TRDTU, of it.
m. we nave uevrr newn auie 10 say oi any outer medi
cine NKVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A 8INGLK INST
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CURB, when timely seed. Nev
er uiu we anow an instance or dissatisfaction by any one
who usedlt. On the contrary, all are delighted with Its
operations, and speak In terma of commendation of lis
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In litis
matter "WHAT WB DO KNOW;" after ten years' expe
rience, AND PLKD6H OCR REPUTATION FOR TUB
fULILLMKNT Of WHAT Wl HERE DBOLARB. In
almost every Instance where the infant la euflerlng from
paiu auu aAiiausuon. reuei will DO lottna in Quean ap
twenty minutes after SheByrup la administered.
This valuable preparation Is the nrMArlntlnn v -t
the most EXPERIENCED and BK1LLFLL NORld In
M 3
XBi
new -.Diiana, ana nas neen uiea with rlKVER f AIL- - i
lNOBUCCKBSIn
THOUSANDS OF CASES.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but Invlgor-
atea the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, snd gives
tone and energy to Ihe whole system. It will almost in
stantly relieve . '
GBIPIHO Iff THE BOWELS, AffD WIND COLIC ' '
and overcome oonvulslona, which. If not speedily rrme-''
died, end tn death. We believe It ths BRST and BUR-1 '
BST REMEDY IN TUB WOBLD, In all eases ef DVB- '
ENTEBY and DIARKlItSA IN OBILDRKM, whethar '
it arises from teething, or from any other cause. Wa
would say to every mother who hssa child suffering from
any of the roiegolng complaints DO NOT LBT YOCR
PREJUDICES NOB THE PREJUDICES Of OTHERS
stand between you end your suffering child, and the re
lief that will be SURB yea. ABSOLUTELY SURI to
follow the use or this medicine, ir timely used, full Ai
rections for nsing will sooompany tarn bottle. None
genuine unites uie lac-aimue ol UUUUSet PBRKIN8,
New York, Is on ths outaide wrapper
Bold by all Druggists throughout the world .
Prl iclpaloiricr, 13 Cedar Street N. IV,
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
octS7-dkwly.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
AT THEIR NEW SAs.ES-,
ROOM, SO. 150 BALTIMOBm ST.
.mil
NOS. 1, 3, S and 7 N. EOT AW BTXEI.
Offer for sale their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, ?.
.... .. ..-.-.GRAND
ANDSQARE
PIANO-FORTEX .
- Being highly recommended by the first Professors and j
Musical Amateurs of tbe country, and " , . -
EVERY ' '
INBTRTJNSNT '
WARRANTED FOR
WVI YIABI 1 -
The most fastidious customer may rely upoa being ,
pleased in every respect.
Tsrmsllberal. ' WM. KNABB CO. . , .
SELTZER It WJBBTER, Agents, , .,:
octS6:lyd. . .. , . Culumbus, Ohio,
7 M. C. LILLE Y
XSOOJXiV X2JJMXIDXI.
And Bl&nE-Book Kinuiaiiturer,
- KOBTH EJQH ITBXZT, COLTTUVB. OBJQ
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