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'FRIDAY . EVENING, JAN. 25, 1861.
The Ailani. ExpreM Compsnj placet ut dally
uuaer obliKatioDB to it for the very latest paper
I rum the eastern clue. - -
The America Exprew Company hae our
thtoki for it. dally MT In the ehapeof the
rj latent eautern papers. ,
' y The Union Mktino Pursuaut to the call
y for a Unlc meeting, a large number of cUIxodb
aeiembled at the City Hall last evening. A. I
Hina wad o illtd to the Chair, and R . H. Geary
appointed Secretary. , A committee, consisting
of Mess. M. Martih, V. Failing, E.Bellia,
O. Scrr, and F. Ftia, was appointed to make
arrangement for a Onion meeting on next Mon
day eveblng, by glvlag notioe of the same, pro
curing epeakers, &V.0. The meeting then ad
journed till next Momliy evening, nt"n
We are requested to state that tbe above
named Committee will meet this evening, at
the Amerioan. '
'The Spirit ol '76.' The spirit of '76 could
not be kept down by British bayonets, neither
can Jam Pfle'J pure Dietetic flaleratui be kept
down, or its progress stay ea dj an ma epunoua
imitations that throng the market. Be sure the
name"Jmf Pyle" Uoo the package. . Depot,
345 Washington Street, New York.
O" Pitiihon, who was arrested some daj
ago by Deputy Sheriff Davis.'Bnd on whose per
son was lound a lot of counterfeit eoiu, hat
been committed to 'jail, lo default of $1,000
bail, which the Mayor required bim to give for
his appearance at the next term of the Court
of Common Pleas. ''"
O During the pearl-fishing excitement In
New Jersey, a few years sinoe, it will be re
membered a very large pearl was found oA Pat
terson. It Is now in the possession of the Em
press Ecoinu, at a cost, it la stated, of $2,500.
Nunita or School Chirdrik in . Franilin
Count r From the returns made to the Aud
itor's olrke, o the last enumeration, the total
number of youth in this , county, betweeu the
gesof five and I weuty-one years, ie 17,547.
irrTur.uii Oalib Foestii will lecture at
. r, n aA
kaNMACHIR Hall, on Sunday next, morning
and evening. Mr. F. Is a talented and euec
tive speaker. '. -
0"To day is the one hundred and second an
niversary of tbe birth ol Robert Burhs.
Tav it With these words the stranger put ft
package of De Land & Co'n Saleratus into Katk's
baud, and disappeared. Lver alter this memor
dT noor bread dlnEV naatry, and inlphur-1
oay, poor oreau uiug.r V1
ou9 biscuit were unknown in this family, but
the fame of Kate's excellent pastry, bread, tc.
spread over the whole school district, and led
... i- .i
manr eovious people to mt.e iuo uiHu..,
,,, ' . , , .. T, whlrh the
"Whose Saleratuo do eouuseT lownicnsnei
invaiiablv reDlled. D. B De Land &. Co S. " It
tuvanauiy ropuou, v Qf
can DO purcnaaea irom mu f,v
krorwra anil la for sale at wholesale by the
Keeper, ana ie ir isie " """" '
manufacturers, at r airport, ratjnrue ah .,
aod by the grocers InSe' cities and villages
throughout the country.
(tTThe'wsy to keep well, take McLian's
CcLsaaATiD Stiinothikiko CoaiMAL and Blood
Pourm, be careful In diet, and no disease can
ettatk the syatemi. JThla Cordial la the most
effective Alternative and Tonio ever known.
It U a perfect preventive of disease, and it
strengthens the system, and puriOes and cleans
es the blood. Try It, and you will be convinoed.
Sea the advertisement in another columy,
' lET'Tble Is positively the last week of tbe
great gift book store, at No. 173 South High
A fresh supply of new books just received,
nd rtmiml'T a splendid gift with every book
., n,Aaprlhpit it and
UHANlalOD3.--PhBlclanil prescribed tl, ano
i j. lu ailnntinn aa tha atand.
ard, only Certain exveru iBuinuy. -
bottle. - ':'
try R advertinemeut of Prof. MlLI.iaS
Hair Invlgorator In another column. -
Bail Boad Time Table
Iittli Miami k 0tnaars k Xikia R. R.
, , Aieavcs
Aneammodatlon ' t.lO A. M.
0. 15 P. M.
i 30 P.M.
2.4) A. M
1. ! A
No 9 Ex J ,.
Night Express ..9-45 A.M.
raLtvitAiro,X3of.osisci It CmnmruTtR. R.
Kxpreat and Mall M P. M-
light xprea........;85 A.M.
ORvaatOmsR. R. 1 '
XxpoiMTrtla 3.M '
MalT Train 8.40 P.M.
PtT-rtaDRoa, Uottmact t CmcvmiATt B.B.
Kxpretl Train JJ-JJ-
Mail Train .1 40 P.M.
Onwaieoa ItmuArous ,.':.
lOolumbus, Piqua . Indiana H. JW
I:i0 A. M.
9.30 P. M
2:20 P. M.
--- Train.....'. 4...' C.1U A. m
uJq tAmm ivrrr
. wlllattond to the 1 "' '
POSTISO AHD DISTBIBTJTINQ
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All ordtrs left at the Office W the! Statema will
promptly attended to. janu-u
mm ra. a e"' li li Kt-:rrttrv acav
1 .iv otDRT GOODS from No. 121 BonthHIgbl
mfmmmt tA hla Old lUDU, HO. W PU"" "R"m
street,, to n k. m k.niPA.ad to see
Thompton'iBuiiaing,w. .r .-... r r---" -
his old customers, ano a new ones ,u. , -----
"Vlirgl'lotTo t&Xtin hand, wh.ah will b.
at eot.for cash, to clot the ttock. -. -' Tm
JBl8:dlav Qerner High and Pay ltt.0olttmbnt.0.
iiHE' THRKE 8TOBY FIBE PBOOF
' I JJi i .. ... . T,-.,i w w Akin Ac
A ?.rLr.- .'m.,i.tii. ttd with lOat,
and Hoisting Jack - The lot I 100 by 80, and Is
unriawnabVu Apply to ',
JanT-JfCl ; 1 ' ' ' ' w 3.'. Wortn xnirn ninre.
- tor th INSTANT
tant PBRMANNNT CUR1
' 1 ,j . ...
jufiti va 14" aw a raj j--- ,4 f 4 ,,i
BEOHCHIaVL 010 AEETTE8,
Mail by 0. B. BBTMOUB ft 00., 107 Naaaasj t
1 price 81 pr ! P0'-
Vf6i 8A11 At'All VBTjoaiin.
.tsdtwlyla . .. .
tBEWCn'stlD OI.OVE8V ' "
Vi iT if rin nrntfVA I
a i ariiiun n". .... . . ,t, -
""a v t -j. . eRHNnu Kin fllJIVRS - , ,
78 otatt per pair, nun at told ifor
.'. ' 1 No. 9B Routh lllek
A LciaNUslM ak.ll aoaA. -f.
All tliesand colon Jutt opened at BAINS,
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 24.
Ike House resumed the consideration of tha pott route
bill. Tbe Senate amendment flxlsi th postage on let
ten to and from Ban Francisco, it the uniform rate of 10
centa, whether carried by steamer, or overland, wa
Tin Home considered the Senates amendment, at mod
ified by Mr. Oolfas, authorising propotals to be receired
till the first Monday la April, for the dally transporta
tion of the entire overland mall service, to commence on
the lit of July, for foor years.
The House resumed th consideration of the report of
the committee of 3.1. air. Rust, ol Arkansas, as a mem
berof that committee, said that be had enured his
dutv with desire to de whatever he eon id to Rive peace.
and regreted that bis efforts had met no proper response.
It appeared to mm iriaiioun Drown was sue uiuriyr ann
hero of tha Republican party
Mr. Dunn of Indiana, said tha Chicago platform ex
pressly condemned all Jno Drown raids. As a member
of that committee ho bad d I "charged his duty wlthont
reference to tha Chicago pis form, and aillo the Republi
can parly tympalhltig with Hint raid, everybody both
North and (South knew It was an Infamous libel on the
Republican party, and he was surprised that any gentle-
man in this time of the country's peril could give circu
lation to it. Sensation j
Mr. Rust said, with reierenca to the chime of Infa
mous llhel made use of by the gentlemtn from Indiana. -he
hoped he waa responsible for it. As Ibis is a time of
war we must make war, and I desire to know whether
the gentleman announced to the llouse and the country
that he was responsible lor what he said. I want to
know that. If be li for war 1 am wilting to accommodate
Mr. Dunn This Is t tree country and the gentleman
can take any measure or mode of redress he pleases.
mr. Bust (with some emphasis) 1 have the answer 1
Mr. Dunn desired alwsyt to be riant In whatever he
may have uttered. In response to tbe gentlemen from Ark.
abal he iulciidtnl to tat waa this, namely, that the dr
duration that the Republican party aympathited with I
Brown, waa a libel on that party, tie did not intend to
use any offensive language to gentlemen, but made the
remark believing theoharge to be libelous on the Hepus-
ucan platform and party.
Mr. Hust: The gentlemen from Indiana say he
did not Intend to make the offensive remarka In an of
fensive sense, I nave the right to demand an unquali
fied rei taction of the remark.
Mr. Dunn: I have made all the cxpUntion I have
felt my duty to make.
Mr. Dual: Very good. Adjourned
WASHINGTON, Jan. 25.
Blgler presented petitions in favor of (he passage
of tht Crittenden resolutions.
Polk, of Missouri, presented petltltlont of the tame
charaotertlgned by several thousand persons.
The SenaM proceeded to the consideration of private
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
m.nlnjl"y,uln" ibat could be conttrusd into favoring tlie
I ,ecesslon movement on the one hand, or Ibe Republican
I tenig,ne, ,ntt no(hing win be done and all hope la dee
able ryed. If they would give evidence of an earnett ditpotl
itoie tloo to perform Ihelr duty, there would be more probtb-
The House took op the private eallendar.
Mr. Colfax's amendment to the Post office bill, for a
dally overland mail, proposes that It ahall start from
the western frontier of Missouri, accessible by railroad
from lbs east, and go through to Placervllle, Instead of
from Ut Loult to Kan Francisco, with letters and news
papers In twenty, and magazinea and documents in
thirty-five dayt. but these may be sent by the contractor,
by steamer, at his own espentu. He showed In his re
marka that It would Involve only 9200.0(Jsexpenae per
annum over the present system, being the cheapest dsily
i Ian aver yet proposed. Mia amendment Is ttil pending
n the House.
The llouie resumed the consideration of the report of
the Oommlttee of 33.
Mr. Nelson, of Tenn.. took tha floor. Ha aald ha
stood here to plead for his country. He did not wish to
party, on the other. Notwithstanding tbe gloomy and
dlsastrout condition of the Union, Congress bat don
nothing In the way of arresting the evil aod relieving ut
from the dangera and dluicultiet, by which we are sur
rounded. Gentlemen here discuss tilt quettiona at'.lf they were of
I a fleetiog and transitory Importance, without considering
toe momentuout oonsequeuces invoiveu. ine two causes
which lit at the foundalion of tbe differences which char-
I uteris our deliberations are, unit, the pride of opinioo,
I .frnnft. na.tw snlrlfc. Tn HIiam ,a lha In Ihji nrM.nl
crisis, Is unworthy of the representatives of freemen.
Illtv of agreeing upon some plan of adjustment. He ad
vocated the Crittenden plan which was rallying support
Department.- Plrtt Atitttant King Introduced Major
Trolt, who h aald bad been selected by them to give ex-
pretslon to the friendly reeling they entertained ror him,
both at privet eltlsen and publie functionary. Mr.
Holt eloquently respooded to the address of Major Trott,
alluding to tha national gloom and to an event of the
morning, namely, the death, after a protracted Illness, of
Mr. Dundee, the rkcond Assistant Post-Maater-General,
of whom he spoke as a pure aod efficient officer. The
gentlemen present, as well as Mr. Holt, were solemnly
impressed with these proceedings.
The Boston Commlsilonets, Mr. Xvorett and others,
bearing a mammoth Union petition, have arrived.
x President Tyler, on a peaee mission to ine riesi
dent, from Virginia, haa arrived
VAsHwaTOM, Jan. 84. Ex-Prestdent Tyler had a long,
satisfactory and friendly. Interview with the President
to day. Tbe latter expressed hit belief, that there will
be no collision between tht federal and Stat foroet du
ring the remainder of hit administration, and that he
should certainly ssak avery effort to prevent it, and py
' Mr. Tyler will partially remain here till the 4th of
rebiuary, to meet me coaimistienera irom ntatesoiuer
Lara Anderson the brother of Major Anderson will
leave to-morrow for hit home in Cincinnati. Ulaelfoits
both In Woihlnclon and Charleston, were Instrumental
in producing the better understanding bet wen Major
Anderson and the Carolina authorities.
A large number of leading Republicans from various
parte of the country have been her for several days.
Thsre It a great deal of consultation among frlenda of the
incoming administration, lb remits oi wuicu may aoon
The Senato In executive stsaion continued a number of
comDarAtvej. unimportant nominations, thus clearing
tha i-Alender. AmninT the confirmations waa that of
rjpt. Black of New Jersey, Assistant Quarter Master of
Mr. Kellom ol III., retanrad from Springfield toiay,
and from' the fact that he expressed the opinion that the
Bolder Btate Committee Resolutions earn nearer than
any other plana to what the public exegenciea require,
this la deemed significant, In connection with hit teoent
visit to the President elect.
Mr. Case, of Indiana, of oimmlltee, will report a
bill appropriating 800,000 for tbe relief of the sufferers
Tbaildena flyatt hat proceeded thither, with the view
of exerllng hla Influence In the Senatorial lection
The principal candidates are Messrs. Amy, Posneroy and
Mr. Bust, haa through a friend, tent a not to Mr
Dunn, owing to what wat raid In their colloquy In the
. Bostok, Jan. 24. The Anll-81avory Society met this
morning at Tremont Temple, Francis Jackson presiding.
Tha hall wat filled with friend of tb cause, including
many females, and the pasaagea and doorways ware
crowded witli tne disorderlies. The remark ol tb r res
ilient and James freeman Clarke were respectfully re
Mlvad. bat l'hilllnawaa Hcetvid with a storm of hisses,
i.nl nnthlnn a.rii,na resulted. PliilllDI appeared cool
mid tha constant interruptions, till In oiot of his
ipetcb, when the meeting adjourned till the afternoon
Boitois, Jan. B5. Arter tha Tremont Tempi was
closed by the Mayor, last night, 5,000 people gathered
m ih. Tlclnltv. A maloiitv of them believing it a ruse
r ! truatees to est rid of the mob, the orowd broke up
'Ilnto partial after waiting for two- hour and gradually
I . . . . 1 SJ u..JJ ba tX an1 j I
ilitpertea. aiwui two onomw p" i
Phillips' resident and threatened locieao mm ui.
The polio prevented any attack, and made several ar
im,'. nninmit nnnnlatlon became' vrestly alarmed
consequence o( the threaU that a mob would visit thatr
hornet, wat tnerewatno tucn Banopnnon. -
in. Bid thatMavor Withtaan wat Informed that
nnranlxed attacki by a strong force, would have been
1. T.mnla frnm ntlHIde. had the- COAVentlOtt
re-assembled In the ereulngj and he therefore dosed
th Hall. " .' '-'
.,iui,vn.M. Ha!. Jan. 3. TU Convention dattr
mined to elect to-morrow at noon ten delegate! to meet
atlMontgomery on th th or vearuary, in voavmuuB
-i.k ii,. ,.i..i., r.nm ,ka Southern State, th dele-
gates to be Instructed. All Southern States ar Invited
to send delegates, ' '."
Th. ..rfu.nm nrnl.ihlilnB tha AfrlciU slave trade
to amended at to substitute for th declaration of piracy
an, ImprUonmtnt.ln th penitentiary for violation
.... . . ..!... I It naainil uuahlmOUSlV.
Mr. Hill Trobpeofleredaordin
Mr. Hill Troop ottered a ordinance wuion w nmn
II1"IIIUS uiiim '
I ., . .
Hie present ivmi,
-wVVVul " .'I. -n.
ll r. rinhb MnArtiwl nnltnuica reTokinff tut fedaral
Inrlarilnklnti Avar all lunrltl that ban been ceded
it by tha BUte for th fortifications, arssnals and
other Improvement, and lb store therein. . Laid
HA.riioa,PA., Jan. 94. Mr. Randall offered,
tht Uouse, a resolution for tba meeting of the
Houses of the Legislature. In Joint convention, for
tnnnln iment of flvt delentei to attend a nationM
I mendatlon of U Legltlatnr of Virginia, -4
1 lHnn waa laid over.
I . r. Honus ubmitted a Joint reiolnUon which
tdopted, Inviting tho Hon. Abraham Llnooln, th
d.otaktot, to yUit llarrlaburg, on hitwa, to Wathlny,
i i'.rTo.a. O.' Jan." 84th. The legislator!
.n.u,4 asO OOOforcamlne on the postal arrange-
nlant If tba lederal Oovernmont secede from the
system. . . . ,;.,.:., - 1
The military services extended to tha Stat by
Catawba Indiana, of South Carolina, bava been
by tha Government. , rv i '
Jederton iiivis u in
: V, T " Ifoni CaUlbrnia. '" '
w. '.- ' v.n. Tha gte.mihln ''Ariel"
Aspenwall. with Oallfornla malls of th 1st. Init.,
at mis port this morning.
i ns anal brings a minion ana w qunr
i ner ar no tiding 01 in noop oi m
. Psnvtnnr, R. T . .tan. 65. Th hout of
to.da ooneurred In tha Heuata hill to repeal th
al llberay law) th vou stood yeas 40 Bays IB. js.
l"l morn ATI. Jan.' BPatrlek MoHnih, for
lhUWl(a,wMbaptaU'lc. to.dy. p ,,
ARRIVAL OF THE NIAGARA.
HALAFAX, Jan. 24.
The Niagara spoke the Canada and another steamer, sup
posed to be the Oily of Manchester, outward bound. The
Niagara will be due at Boston on IriJay niht. The
Beehive mills at Manchester, owned by Mr. Lamb, have
been destroyed by flie Lots tjiuu,uuu
111 II,. Imnorl.nt Chinese DortS have DtH Opsneil to
to trade. There It no confirmation of the reported lost
of the gun bottt attached to tbe allied neet in trie unmet
It it reported that Spain It about to occupy the princi
pal fortresses In Morocco, in consequence ui mo uuu
fulfillment of the treaty.
The London Times city article of Saturday, says the
laM.n tnm mnnnv m m nil P f H Iff .
Loudon, Jan. 13 The bullion In the bank of England
has decreased 57,700 pounds, and the decrease In the
lank or France 8.200.000 francs. The money market Is
Liverpool. Jan. 13 -Mctsrt. Richardson It Bpesoe qoots
flour dull at Oddeclne. BalciSllst&Kii. Wheat dull at
adf)d decline; tales at lis H!i13s for red and 12sl's
Ud lor wuite. lorn nun ai. uu uecnuv, " .
yellow: and Mt&iOi for white. Provision! Beef heavy
ml all nimlltl.i inwer. Quotations are 4UsiUj. Pro
.. . . ... . . . . ,. . .1 . 1 l7n.l fn
duce Sugar heavy andaalet lower. Coffee quiet.
Ai-ortTA, Ga Jan. 34th. (lov. Drown, at the head
of 700 gtate troopt, thit moralog demanded the surren
der of the U. 8. Arsenal. His demand was complied
with ,the troeps In charge saluting their flag before haul
ing It down. The U. B. troojs are to be sent to New
Si. Louis, Jan. 25. A special despatch lo the Remlf
llean from Jacsson, Miss., dated tbe M1,says the Con
vention elected seven delegates lo tbe southern Confed
ratlnn in mfpl ml Montromerv. Alabama, and also past
ed an ordinance to raise eight reglmeuts of troops, and
elected Jefferson Davia Major General.
Wasiiikotoii. Jan. 25. The matter between represen
tatives RustandDonn lain thehaodaofthelrfrlenda. It
It not expected that any hostile meeting will grow ont of
Columbus Retail Market.
Columbus Retail Market. FRIDAY, Jan. 25, 1861.
The following are the retail quotations corrected by
McKee c kettieux, wholesale aod retail grocers, No. 34
Oats Ira .
.ttc&100 'X 0. Sugar V t
Maple do I2o
Molasses Veal 4050o
Syrup f gal WK75o
Tea R SUo.,75e.ial lal
Verlilo Tea 1 00
Lard t, 3IU
Tallow IS tKe&'Op
Dried Applet V bo..
75clHlo Coffee ..2xmiiSe
Dried Fetches. .1 v. v.i
WhlUHeanaW bu. .jMrATSc
lava do.. 2iic
llloe 9 It, ' 1
Potatoes m S5k3(i Brooms dot..
Salt in tack l5!VJIJay 9 ton
SaltVbbl l,75 1,80'joap (box) 9 "e
Beef 9 cwt '! ' flour bbl 5 235X
Hamt 12MiilVhite Wheat do 5(s 00
nhoulilert 9 t 'ye riour r om...
Bait Pork f cwt.. . . Candlet.Tallow.bxll Ji Ho
Wood cord f i uSiUaiidics, upai, nox.. i"c
Mackerel No. I hf bbl DH;0beese V 1, 1012o
Mackerel Nolqrbld $5Apples bu WsH)e
Miwkerel No 1 kits. . Hominy per push i m
White fish per h'fbM 5 0: Whisky per. gall.......SV
Cod Pish 9 7i'i Uaiilns, M R. Hox.... r0
Herrlnr t hh S 75 " l.avert "....a liu
Buckwheat flour per It,
Corn Meal 9 bn....
" Pultun V tr l-c
Vlirs 9 ,.
Kara 9 dot 1012.'-, Prunes V
Dried Beef lli,c
WHOLESALE MARKET. WEEKLY REVIEW.
Flour Sales at $.r 2S for red, and (3 50 fur alille,
closing firm at 83(315 40.
it uaAT tteceiptt iigut, ati.
OoaN Receiatt by J . at L. Zettler of 3,000 bushels
atSSo. Shipped by the same, 7-'5 bushels shelled to
oats iteceipis merely nominal ai iom.uc.
Buckwiixat rLoiR Males at S2 M per rwt.
Hoos Receipts of lUl dressed, at $.t 25 for light, and
$5 50 for heavy.
"oTATom Receipts Hunt, at vac for pinsetet ulu
blues, and 30.- for neshannockt.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 25.
iVona less doing, nnd we quote J2Kc decline; sales
at $i 37X5,0 for toperflne, tS 6(4,7S for extras,
15 tf705flJiS for extra family, and iO,37H8.W
ry.' WnriT unchanged, salts 3.000 bush at fl.281,
31 for red, and 81,40l. 50 for white. CoRK-haa de
clined, sales of yellow in store ai uic, ami ra V
Corrxi Kin to uemanu
Paovisioris firm. Wnisav
BALTIMORE, Jan. 25.
vinra dull and heavy. Howard street and Ohio held
at 85,50, and Olty at 85.25, but find rio mlea Whxat-
d.liln.nrlees :5c lower, sales tt AI.251,30 for red.
. i , i'rai An fn. white. GoRR firm, yellow to..
tin whit b7c.71 . fork nrm ai mr m
aiS.50 for nrime. Corrxx -active at 12 a, WnuKV i
dull at 18c.
and dragging. There wan some demand for inferior qual
itlee.but lor the better grades there It ecaicely any en
quiry In more than SO or to bbl lots. Good superfine
of shipping quality, la obtainaM at 81 50; butbuyars
and llerare ootn oman as was ugurv, uci.... w. .-
oaring to trad on it.
WUJSAT prime red haa buyers at 81. but It still beld
higher. White Isquite negleoted, for the reason there it
scarcely any demand for the quality of flour made from
It; 1 1 10 la about the price ruliuh for prime, but atmall
lot nf choice was told at 8 14.
CO UN re taint tit old figures with a fair market.
OATS ate In but limited demand at yestcrdsy t quo-
allhAltnh ....Inll VMrH llllht.
BARI.KT is quoted at heretoforw, 75 478c forprlme
r.n Tha mrkt la eonatvntlv canvassed mote closely
for this article of grain thsn any other, aud appears to
mm.m m n K inmnllmU AltrlhOtld bt dealers tO lllC QUSl
Ity of grain, and sometimes to the enterprise and tact of
RY It but little tought for.
U'iitqkV h.. fAirmarket it 13so.
nAaa hA hn an Indifferent market, and were eon-
teonentl but lllv tusUlned In prices. A few Unlit
welKhts were sold at tnas. anu nemy .t. m....
inallvat 8600 to 8 2, thoush wilhiut finding ready
buyers. Vin. vom. sanvaryw.
f.nTTffniitt and unchanged. Bales are all tmtll
and Include email lota of good red XX at 85,85.
WHEAT sales 1 car reo ircm store ai ,iv.
CORN steady and quiet at 37c.
tiAna-i.... ri,riherl7nnred gain to day are at a 1
rang of 85,87Sd.0 the letter price being paid for
prime heavy in small lott. The average figure for heavy
It 88.30, at which they are taken readily.
Mini...,, a. ,n ml am 00. without sales-
BUTTER remains vcryauti ana r tavy, wuu v.
bhls at lie for common quaipy. ,
CHEESK-lnactlve at e. , "
KO08 quiet, at 14c. .
PEED sales of 9 tont fint Middlings at 880.
IDA Pearl StretX.
fxntCWII tt II . ninuuani
It m..w.w.innt nmrili and Plank of varli.ut thick
net., Nahoganyj T
tiCteWOOa ?,imii, amvtm wvvw . .
and Oak Crotch Veneera; Llue-mottled Mahogany ; Walnut
and Oak Veneera; alao, plalo pneera. at 2o. per foot,
Da snabasA' ftsinn Binn I , al) 1 1 1 VT L uuilllilU.! m.mv
Mahogany aud Walnnt Bannisters and Newells, all sixes
and patterns; aiauogauy juiiu-m. - - -era:
Btianlsh Cedar for Cigar Boxes; cut and sawe'i Bet
wr-.- . 'J ,
lug for Pcturet ana iiooting-gimw """"
.A , . .,i,(m. l.lvnnm Vttn. well
M men ropiar, 111 ,ikw Mu""" ' .rT. .
assorted for Blook-makert aod Ten pin Balls: aim, cut
Walnut, Mahogany ana noeewooa v v
Having built a Bedstead Factory adjoining my Mahog
any Saw mill, which la now In operation, I would re
neetfullv Invite the trade to call and eaamln my
r . . i.i.h V ftnv frt mmm at low rules
lortmeoioi dfi.iow,., nu,v.. -
and warranted a gooa anion.
jySl-won , , Parl streali OioclnnaUOhlO.
';''.', Just KeeslTBdt .
MP.' r-H (KUEEN and BLACK
lUUTKAS M bags prima Bio Coueo.
I AH pockets old Dutch OjvernmeDt Java Coffee.
oniibbls. tndardWhlU Sugar, consisting of Pow-
. . . .. . ii .. I . . . .1 A n I fli.
drea, vnrusueu, unwiu.c, ou
60 quintal Qeorg Bnk ; Codfish.
JjObblS. AieSB SDH nil, "iavBVi.. ,
5 tel. Pick Salmon. '
100 bx. Layer Raisins.
60 hf. box do do
lOOqr. box do d
100 al Clgara, miierw "
ent ma mill
l.i, are hsrebv cautioned agaloat putchat-
, .ru..i.t.it Oet. IbCO drawn by A. W. Shearer,
Clerk of Prairia Township, Franklin county, Ohio
ihel'reaiurer of said Township, payable to John Spill
In. Vrlfer 8 ISO. M 'ten wt. of, Mitchell', out
line mapt. The said order having been fraudulently
m,uw , . ojjBAot.0 clerk
In behalf of th board of gdueatlon of Piairle Township
i Jan.x3,w3t- j.. r i-: ,
OVHN1NG SJtlODM Black Kngllsh Crapes;
Crap Collars, Cuffs and Bieevctj Long ana
Orau velltt Bound 0 rap vnl ice vena urar-e
Trimmed; Plain Hemmed Collar; Seta; Handkerchiefs
Alanrire'a Hlacx HIU uiovet; anus, ivirinius,
Bombailnet; Traveling aod all other kinds of Drasa
conslanu, om nana m rea, "nci,.
9tr1H k ' First door north of NH1 Hons.
T 40 CENTV PEItPOimp, AT
1 v M-trmtm m. ...wlvir
U N High street.
TlAIilvitltaJati st.aacF. ,1
1 1 Wide. Long and Handsome. Tne ben tryw
. . m mmr m mmnm.m
Xa new lotjatt rwlved by i, BAia
iw.ll- Ho. S9BonlhIIig ttrvsi
SPECIAL NOT It t a
HUMHKWKX'1 1 'or 11,1 TIIKOAT and
liSJ n s liwnirtiasniBi
UNIVERSAL Includln. WHOttriSG
COCO II and every
COUGH Complaint the forornn-
neref, ana even actum
The 4 J rent NIXIUL.
OI4J HKIUKDV and Nat
itral WIA.TU, ad plod
to ererv tiDecioa of Ner
vous Complaint, Ner.,
v o u a a si A tuirenic
tlaiii. Catarrh, Tootli
and Ear Aclie, l.o of
Sleep, and Bowel Coin,
No real justice can be dona the above preparations
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets.: ,
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottles sent to Physl
cians, who will find developments in both worthy their
acceptance and approval.
Correspondence solicited from til whose necessities or
curiosity prompts to a irltaaoi me auove rename in,
Vor nil by tho usual wholesale ami retail dealer
JOHN L,. HCNNEWEIiL) Proprleto
CHKHIBT AND PHARsf ACEDTlbT,
No, 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Mass
Roberta Sr. Samuel. N. B. Mamie. J. R. Cook. J. M
Denig, G. Denig t Hons, A. J. bchuellernSon, Airents
for Columbus, Ohio. rsyt-dly
I HE AITIEKICA1M
MEDICAL AND TOILET
Thij book contains BxtipU snd Dlru-Unnt fur ma
king all the most valuable Medical preparations In use;
also Becipra and full and explicit directions fur making
all the most popular and useful Cosmetics, Perfumes,
Unguents, Hair Restoratives, and all Toilet Articles. Jf
yon are lufferlngwlth any chronic disease if you wish a
beautiful complexion, a fine head of hair, a smooth face,
a clear akin, a luxuriant beard or moustache or if you
wish to know any thing and every thing In the Medical
and Toilet line, yon should by all means peruse a copy
of this book. Por full particulars and a semple of the
work for perusal, (free) address the publisher,
T. t. CHAPMAN,
No. 831 Broadway, New York.
Headache ! Headache I
Thousands of persons suffer fro-n headaches to theserl
out detriment of their comf rt, business, tnd health,
who might easily be cured by simply uMnr IlDMr-iiRiv's
Homxopiiatic Bitctucs. The IIxAniCHi Fill taken lu
th morning, and the Bilioi s I'n.i uteo at night, rarely
fall to cure the most severe anil obitloate case. Thou
sands having tried them hare been entirely freed of this
bane of their lives, floanddo llkewire.
Price, 25 cents per box, with directions. 61 boxes 1
Bent by mall or express, Ire of charge. celptof
tbe price. Address.
tR. HUMPHIlrSVU at 00.,
No. 503 Bmadwav. New If o .
Bold by KOUKhTH 4t BAMUBb,
Wholesale and Retail DruKgists. 84 N. High street
B. K. 8AMUB.I. at CO..
Janl-dfcwlm f!i 8. Digh street, Colnmtms.O.
Beeadvertijecent In another column.
ftSUt't A'AXs L,SHi l'lt.lM.
In all cases of costlvenea, dytpeptla, billions and livei
afTectloat, pile, rheumatism, fevers end ague, obttl
Bate head aches, and all general derangement of health
these Pill hart Invariably proved a certain and speedy
remedy. A tingle trial will place the Life Pills beyond
tht reacVef competition In the estimation of every pa
Dr. Monet's Phoenix Bitters will be found equally ef
flcacloua In all case of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, the slcknest Incident to females Indelicate health.
and every kind of weakness of the digestive organs.
for tale by Dr. W. B. MOPPAT, 3, Broadway, N. T.
awl by all Druggists. mav32-dAxwly
The following is an extract from a
letter written by the Rev. J. 8. Holme, paster ol the
Pierrepolnt-BtreeC laiptltt Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to
the "Journal and Messenger," Clnclnnati.O., and speaks
volume In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mat
WiHjuiw't gooTHnio Sinrr roa CHiinasw Ttwruine:
We tee an advertlsment In vour columns ofHns
Wirslow's SooTnixn Svnrr. Now we never said a word
in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled lo say to yonr readers that this it no hum
bug Wl IlAVkTRIEO IT, AD KHUW IT TO M AU. tl
cLAtaa. It Is probably one of the most successful medl
cinea of the day, because it it on of th best. And those
of yonr readers who hare babica can't do better than
lj In a supply." ocx7:lyd
KNAP P & CO. S
l'roio and Uer this data we ehall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OP OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE PER CENT,
IN ORDER TO MAKf ROtlM P0 OUR
Our assortment is still good,
. and it is known to every
one that our ...
& T O O -3ESL
CONSISTS OP ,
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
' SO . DO NOT FORGET THE
! CHEAP STORE OV
K N A PP & OO.
M NO. 119 k
ii ': "1 - - .. '' ;, ,-r .. .. -. I;t ,
:, SOUTH HIGH STREET,
5 Ton of Feather aad 50 Toaa
SSQW IS THB TIMB TO BUY
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
triatiiilfuciureraj of nil kind of For
(able and Missionary KIkbiii F.si-(tt-,
Maw ltllll, urlat niillaj.
LJXSit B ODLEYEeattinl IT. F. BLAND YBeattnl
J. A J. II. DCVALL Beaten!!! COIVUBVS
MACUIXE CO. Beaten!!!! BRADFORD
6 CO. Beaten! III!
Oar Portnble Ecgln and Saw Hill
Was awarded tha first premium of J50 at the Indiana
Slate Fair for 1CC0 over Lane it Uodley's on arconnt of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior diar.icl.cr of lumber sawed.
Onr SutlooRryV.nr"A.iriet at tKe tame Pair
the first premium , -
Our Portable Kn Yd the flitt premium of
I KM) at the Pair at tt.,L. . v"-' over Blamly't Dn
vall's, Columbus Maehlnerjo!., and Bradford at Co'a.,
by a committee of practical Ilailioad Kngiiieera.
for price and terms aililrcsi
WIliLAltD WARNER. Treasurer.
deeSdatwljeols. V Newark, Ohio.
THE VICTOR AT EVERY FAIR
WHEER EXHIBITED ! !
BLANOV'S PATENT. AUG. 3. 1858.
( iivriiA ivonci:,
The Newark Machine Works lo publishing the above
notice of having been vlctoriousover
Tltelflandr Fori able McnmSuvr mill
at any Pair whatever, knew they were publishing aafte
hnod. We hare published our denial of the truth of
their statements In other papers, but they have not al
tered them, nor offered the public any evidence to sus
tain (heir untruthful assertion, We never bad a Mill or
Kntina on exhibition at Memtihls. Tenn. Ire did
meeithtmn the OhWState FairatZanesville, 0., leO'J,
wherein the Sawing contest, thev came out behind all
others, we taking TWO FIHsT PREMIUMS.
We met them arain at tne unio Hta'e ratr at uannu ky,
O., In f'vi. with eiual Maohinery, and beat them, taking
TWO FIRST PRKMIUMH again.
At the CN1TKU bTATro FAIR for 1WI), at Cincin
nati, 0., where all the leading manufacturers were repre
sented. The Blandy MM teat Victorious
over all, cutting 3i boards. 13 ft. 8 In. long, and 50
inchea wide. In P minutes, 15 seconds; all tbe machine
ry operated by two hands only I ! and of course, carried
the FIRST PREMIUM.
Not being present at Indlantpnlis, 1BG0, we do not
know what they did there, hut we do know, that at the
Ohio Btate Fair for IBSV, where ire aid meet them, they
were so badly beaten at to be left entirely out of con-
tlderatlon In aw.irding premiums. Thouth they had a
Mill and three Kng-nta on tne grounds, they did not get
even a second Premium oa either.
Fnrclreulsrs fully I'eseiiblng TUB BLANDT NA
TIONAL PREMIUM AND CHAMPION ENGINE AND
M ILL. with reports of operator,, etc.. all truthfully and
fairly set forth, address
11. tt r. HLAntll ,
BUndy't gleam Engine Works,
Jan Sh! dfcw to, - - Zaneavlllo, O.
' -r-, S sk;
From the New! ork Observer.
As all parties manufsctnring Sewing Machines are ob
liged lo piy Mr. Howe a license onesch machine sold,
and are a to compelled to mtk returns to him, under
oath, as to the number sold, his hooks give a correct stite
meiit. From thit reliable aource we have obtained the
following aiatltticr. Of the machines made In th year
list, then were tjld,
Py Wheeler At Wilson.. . 31.305
" I. M. Singer at Co 10.05J
i " Orover at Baker 10,H)
Showing the sales of Wheeler As Wilson to b dovtte
those of any other Cumpiny."
Awarded the hishest premium at tht
United States Fain of 1R, I8j9 and 19I10-,
; also at the
Ohio State talt of lP.'O and 1PP0;
- and at nearly all tbe County Fairs in the State.
Onr price, at the late reduction, ar at lov at any
locM tiiCA machine now mid. and hut a tilde higher than
the interior ftco threat! cJnun Hic machitm, now
forced noon tbe market.
Th WHKKLKR ar. WILSOH MACHINE makes the
Look Stich the only one which cannot I raveled. It
la Aula oa Both Pinmof the goods, leaving no ridge or
chain on. the under tide.
AU maehlnet var ranted 3 yean, and inttructlon
given in their use, free of cbarue.
11. C1URV,H1 High St., Colnmhat, 0.
WM. SUMNER k. CO..
drc3-3awd3mltwGm Pike's 0(.era House. Cincinnati.
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
TO ANU t utm
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first clast
full-powered Olyde-hullt Stetmert sail every Suit.
u rutty- from rUKTL AMI), carrying the Canadian and
United B tales man anu passenger!
Capt. MoMastera, -..Capt.
, Capt. Balantlne,
Sliortcats Chenpeat antlQnickcatCon
AMERICA TO ALL PARTS OF EUROPE
Will tall from LIVERPOOL every Wednetdar
and from QUKHKO every Saturday calling
liUNUunuKHHi, to receive on noamaud lai d 01 ai 11 aud
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland
Ulasgow passenger ar furnished with ran passage
tlcketa to and irom iionaonuerry.
Beiurn tiokels granted at reduced rates.
An experienced Sni geon attached to each alcaintr,
OcrtlDcatea ittued for carrying to and bringing out pas.
sengi rt from all the principal townt ol Great Brilain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of steamers, and
by the WASU1NGI0N LINK OP SAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool (very week.
Por passsge, apply at the Office. 03 RKUAII
Hi rveiv xoriif ana lu haieii sr
BABEL ft BE ABLE, Central igaota,
Or to- j. R. ARMSTRONC,
nolO lyJ&w Bhiteiman Office, Columbus, Ohio
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Fnmuel Parsoti't Executors
j Superior Court. . ' ,
. . . 1 vt -.
JihnK. Ueyl.et al
TV VIHTllEOr AN OKDF.ll OF SALE
11 tn me directed, from th Superior Court
Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for sal at tb
of Hi Court Hout , In the city of .Columbus, on
SAtnrdty, the 16th day of Febmary, A. D. 1861
uwn tba heart of 10 o'clock a. as. and 4 o'clock
m..tha following aescrima real asiar, ,mni iu
county of Vranklln. and Btate of Ohio, to wit;
No, seven, i) ign y") aim m, v, -.-..m
and Uenry Nlller' subdivision f lot No, eighty
) ninety, (iwj an" u,mw mmm, .
!i- ti nnt.lnta eaat of Columbus, as delineated on
plat thereof, reoorued In volum one, paga aeventy
tha reooru or piw w. v-. "
Appralted alt-Lot No,. 7, 8, and ,9 attMO 00 each.
, . lot No, 10, 400 00
. . O.W. HOrrMAN,
JanlWltaw't. ', Master Commissioner,
OP TUB CONDITION Of ZHI V '
Norwich Fire Insurance Company,
"VlV THE 3lat DAT OF ttECEHIBEH
J I860, made to the Auditor of Ohio, pursuant to the
(Statute of tlut Btate, entitled "An act to regulate Insu
rance Companlea. not Incerporated by the (state of Ohio'
passed April t), leju.
NAM 8 AND LOCATION.
The name of the Company Is.The Norwich Pire In
tiiranceOnmpany, and Is located at Norwich, Con
Tbe amount of Its capital stock is 20 MI 00
il l. The amount of Its capital stock paid up la 0,t ,1 00
Hh. 11 ASBtnc.
I. Caih of the Company on hind..fO,fW.' 1 .'
'J Cash In the bands of and due
from agents ' S.IKItl Ob
3 Real Estate unincumbered none.
4. The bonds and stocks owned by
the Company aa per t.-urhera it'
accompauing how secured,
and the rata of luUreit there
on, to wit:
Norwick Bunk b'ock.Nurtrk'li t'-
85,7( 0 00
do N. V.
IT 000 00
JIK) American Kx
5 000 00
5 .000 00
10 01,0 oo
15 OIK) 00
5 0(10 (10
10 000 00
6 000 00
10 000 Ol)
5 (K O 00
5 000 00
3 . COO 00
10 000 00
',5 Continenlal dn do
SO Corn Exchange do do
SO Hanover to do
loo Ocean do dj
HW Jletropmo l , dn
ISO Imp's sr. Traders do do
100 National do do
'J00 Merchants do do
SO Hhoe at Leather do do
ISO l'Mdeiman'a do do
W Union do do
SO bank of Commerce dn
SO do Republic do
50 r. 8. Trust Company do
SO Dank f Kentucky, Louisville
10 51)0 00
15 GOO 00
4 750 00
9 500 00
6 Odd 00
5 51)0 00
Ti,taltiiiiiar.l:,.c!: "'.im PO 810A33500
Debts due the Company, se
cured lymortgaee, on un
locumlierei Real Ustatc, as
per voucher! a company
Ing, m nrnrt.r or hortoaois
The mortgage of Geo.
Prilh tc wife on farm in
Huron county. Ohio.
. i ao no
G. Debts otherwise secured as per
vouchers tcompanylog, none.
Debts for premiums 8
To'.nl Anetsot Hie Company. ...
5th. The amount of liabilities, dueornot due
to bank and other creditor?, none
6th. Lotjtn adjusted ai,d due, none
Tin Losses adjusted and not due
Sth. Lo.ses unadjusted '
Otli. L-jS.es In suspense, wailing for further
10th. All other claims against the Compacy
6 000 00
Total Liabilities 814 500 00
lltli. The greatest nm't Insured in ai.y one risk,. 8-',000
l.'lh. The greatest amouut allowed l.y the rulea to lie
insured in tny one city, town or village, at dis
cretion of asrent.
The greatest amount allowed to be Insured In any
one block at discretion of agent, under tule of
TheaiLount of its capital or earnlnta deposited In
any other State, as security for losses therein,
fjsmlng them, with the amount in each, and
whether such company trantacts any business of
Insurance in said btate or States, nooe.
TLe charier; or act of incorporation of sold Com
pany, tvrmerly tent, a
Btatk er OnsmcTicrjT ( "
County of New London,) u
A BrtWbter, President, and Ebeoeter Lrarned, Seer
tary of the Norwich Fire Insurance Company, being sev
erallv sworn, depose and say, that the foregoing isatull,
true aod correct statement of the rfitirs of
the said Company that the said IuauranceOompan y is
tbe bona fide owner of at least One Hundred Thousand
Dollar of actual cash capital invesed In Stock! and
Bonds, or In Mortgages on Real Estate, worth double
the smount for which the same is mortgaged; that the
above described Investments, nor any part thereof, are
made for the benefit of any individual exercising author
ity in tbe management of said company, either at Prtal
dtnt, Secretary, Treasurer, Director, or otherwise; that
the montage above described have not been assigned,
nor In any manner released or impared by said Company,
and that they are the above described officers of said In
A BREWSTER, President
EDEN. LEARNED, Sec'y.
Snb'crlticl and twora before me Ibis I5ih day of Jan
Justice of the Peace.
Orrtct or Tiir AcntToa or Statk, )
Columbus. O.January 17th. ISO I (
I. Bobert W. Tavler. Auditor of Stat do certify that
the foregoing la a correct copy of the statement of the
condition of the Norwich Fire Inaurance Company, made
to this office ror the year lt-ai, and now Ob'ni herein.
Witnert my Land and seal officially.
l. e.j R W.TAYLER,
Auditor of ftate.
Certificate ! AnlUoritw-.
To Kxplr on tb 31st of January, 18(12 j
Acmma r Stati's Orrica, 1
IxsOgAKCa DtPARTMSNT, J-
Colnrahua, Ohio, January 17, IpoI .
Whereas, the Norwich Fire Insurance Company, lnca-
cated at Norwich, in the Bute of Connecticut, fa, filed
this othce a sworn statement of Its condition, as re
quired by the firit section of the act "To regulate Insur-
si.ee couitiantes not incorporaieu oy me mate oi unio,"
pused April Sth, lt"i(i;and, Whereat, laid Company haa
furnished the undersigned tatisfactory evidence that it it
oossessed of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars i t
actual caoital. Invested In stocks, or In bonds, or in mort-
gaiea of real estate worth douhle the amount for which
the tame It mortgaged; and, n nertaa, said company nas
filed in thit otbee a written Instrument under Its corpo
rate tear, aigned by the President and secretary thereof,
authorising auy ageut or agents of said Company In this
State to acknowledge terriee of process for and in behalf
said Company, consenting that such service of procesa
shall be taken and beld to bt at valid aa If served upon
the Company, according to the las cf thit or any other
Bute, aod waiving an claim or right of error, by reason
sucbacknowledgment of aervice.
Now. Therefore, in pursuance of the first lection of the
aforeeaid act, I, Robert W. Tayler. Auditor of State, for
the State of Ohio, do hereby certify that laid Norwich
re Insurance Company la authorized to transact tne
business of Fir Insurance in thit State until the Ihirty-
rst day of J snuary , in the year one thousaud eight hun
dred and sixty two.
In witness Whereof, 1 nave nerennto sub
scribed my name, and caused the teal of my
office to be affixed, the day and year above
written. R. W. TAYLEK,
Audi or of State.
FRED'K J. FAY, Agent,
Office In Carpenter i Building,
117, SOUTH HIGH NIEGT,
janl9-dlw COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
No. 106 South High street.
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES.
Daily Arrival of Good
For the Fall and Winter Trade
, Of ,1860-61.
TXJ-KETUll NINO SIIMCEUE THANKS
TO TIIK PUBLIC for past favor and patron
ase. andbelcr DETERMINED to ItlfclMT
aoontlauauo of tarn by unci aticniion to
trade, and prompt delivery ol uooii
I wonld call th notice f the public to th fact that
having a LnsSO and well selected. StocK on
hand, andbelng In daily receipt of goodt from tha differ
ent market, I flatter myself th,t I can offer to tbe rltl-
ene of Columbus, or to any who may desire to pnrclate,
an astorlment of artrclet tppertalnlng la theOBOCEBi
trade, UNEO,UALE by anybiuse In (be city.
Th price and quality of lie goods offered, 1 nuur-
antes to tTlve eatlafaction.
Goods Delivered Free ofCnarge.
nrnill'E AND PHEVKNTS IN
li. e.mm.tlon and caln. and heals the worts burn,
scald, bruise, cot, or f reh wound of any kind. 1 revents
swelling and pain from be ttlngt, tautqutlo bile,
poisonous plauta, neuraltria, iheumatlsm, agae ia
breast, tall rheum, etc. When taken internally. It
positively cure eronp In children, and give iuimedlite
relief In the worst ran of this torribk eomplaiul; also.
remove noertenest ana tore inruai. rrnsr, ixi.u
bottle. hould be In every house. Fur sale by Drup
n 1 - I-.... M. I B,,.,,m a.
. New York
poir ,iu.lltiui, w.
TTEMP ANTl tOTtO.VTfOPCII,
1 do do Twines,
Bed Cordt and Candle Wick, .
for sale by 1 - t M'KBH
oet7 . a N. High Btrcot.
UK (MANTLE BAK, BOIU
hit and Black, jmt received at
Dr. J. H. McLEAN'S ' "
Strengthening Cordial and Blood
TheOreateat fteaaetlr la Tb Uorld,
TT IS STRICT
x ly a
procured by the distil
latioo of Boots. Ileth
tnd Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Boot,
Cherry Bark and Dan- j
deilon enwrs into Its'
Before Taking," acti remedial A flff Taking.
principle of each Ingreillent It thoroughly extracted b
my new method of distilling, producing a duticious, el
hilerating spirit, and tbe moat INPALLIBLB remedy for
renovating the diseased system, and restorinr iha au-Jr.
snfferlng and deblliUted INVALID to HEALTH and
ItlcLRA ljsaj RTnENOTnKNINO COK-'
Will effectually enr
LITEB COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, JAUaDlOK .
Chronic or Nervous Debility. Disease of tba Kldneva .
and all diseases arising from a ditordertl liver or Btota '
awu, Dyspepaias sieartburn, luwaru r imm. juwllty mi n'Jm
nest of the Stomach, Eullnea of Blood to the Head, Dnll
pain or swimming in the head, PalL-.-tarion otth Heart,
Fullness or Weight In the Stomach, Boar Eructations
Choking or tnffocating feeling when lying down, Drenesa
or Yellowness of the Skin and Eye. Night Bweau' In
ward revert. Pain in the small of the back, ehett or tide.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit, Frightful
Dreamt, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Diseate, "
Sores or Blotches on the Skin, and fever and Aga (or
Chills and Fever.)
Over a nuilAa ttf tttUtlea .
Havs been (old during the laat tlx months and tn no in
stone hat It failed In giving entire satisfaction Who, -then,
will sutler from Weakoeaa or Debility when Mc
LEAN'S STRENGTHENING CORDIAL will euro you?
No language can convey an adequate Idea of the Imme
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taking
thit Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and (battered
nervous s.vstem, whether broken down hv excess, weak br -
nature, or impaired hy sieknesa, the relaxed and unstrung
orgmiitatlon Is restored to it pristine Jiealth and vigor-
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause.
will find McLean t Strengthening Cordial a thorourh
regenerator of the system: and all who may have inlored
themselves by improper Indulgenret. will find in the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To the Ladle.
McLean's Stmigthcuing Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, incontinence of -Trine
or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Failing of th
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting and all Diaeaiei incident tu
There is no MltUka About it
Suffer no longer. Take It according to Dlrectlona. It
will stimulate, strengthen and invigurate yon aod cause
the bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
Every twill Is warranted 10 giv eauaracuou
If your children are sickly, puny, or afflicted, McLean '1
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
not a moment, try it, and you will be convinced,
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
OarTioN. Beware of Druggist 01 Dealer who mnj
try to palm upon yon tome bitter or Etrsaparilla tratr.
which tliey oan buy cheap, by sayinf It It jutt tt good.
Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's Strengthening Oor
dial, and take nothing else It ia the only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the name tunc
strengthen the system.
One tablespoonful taken every morning fasting, I a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and fever, k el low
Fever, or any prevali-nt disrate. It it put up in larra,
Price only tl per bottle, or fi buttles for tV
J.H. Mi LEAN,
Role Proprietor of this Cordial.
Also McLeiurt Volcanic Oil Liniment
Prlicipal Depot on Uie corner of Third and Pine street.,
Bt. Louis, Mo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment
Th bett Liniment In the World. The only tafe Ui.l
certain core for Cancer, Pile, Swelling aud BroL
ehitia, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia. Weakness of th
Muscles, Cnronlc or Inhammatory Rheumatism, Stlfi
nets of the joints, contracted Muscle or Ligament
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
Cult, C leers, Fever Bores, Caked Breasts Sore Nipples,
Burns, Scalds, Sore Thnat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
no difference how severe, or ho long tbe disease may
have exiated. McLean's Celebrated Liniment It a ear
Thousanda of hunun heinra have been tared a life of
decrepitude and misery by the use of this invaluable mr-d-alne.
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almost instantaneously, aad It wu
cleanse, purify and heal the foulest sores ia an inerrdi
ly short time.
For Horses and Otter Aaiaial.
McLean 1 celebrated Liniment It the only tafe and re
liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Bing Bone, Wind,
galls, Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swelling!. It
will never fall to cure Big Head, Pull Evil, Fistula, Old
running Soros or Sweeny, If properly applied F01
Sprains, Brnites, Scratches, Sores or Wi.nnds, Cracked
lltela, Chafes, Saddle or Cellar Galls It Is an iuUllil.W
remedy. Apply It at direete.l, and a cure Is certain it,
Then trifle no longer with the many worthless Lini
menu offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will enr you.
J. II. McaM-'Arks Sole Proprietor,
Cornor of Third and Pine Streets, St. Louis, Mu .
lor tale by all druggists.
for tale by ROBERTS SAMUEL,
aug26-d&.wly Columbus. Otaiv
An experienced Nurne and Female Pbyalclant pretext
(o ine itiieniioo oi mocaer. oer
SOOTHING S RUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening trie gams, reducing all tnuAmmation wil 1 allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and ia
sIIIIETOUCUlLATE THE BOU fcl.S
Depend upon it, mother, it will give rest to yourselves
BELIEF AHD HEALTH TO TOUR IKFAins.
We have put up and sold this article for over ten years.
and OAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TBDTH, of it,
what we have never been able to say of any other medi
cine NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A SINGLE INhT-
ANCE, TO EPFKCT A CUKE, when timely used. Ner- ,
tr did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one
who used it. On th contrary, all are delighted with Ms '
operation, and speak iu terms of commendation of it
magical enect ana meuicai virtues, we apeak in tnit
matter "WHAT WK DO KNOW ;" arter ten years' expe
rience, AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOB TUK
FULILLUENT OF WHAT WE UEKB DECLARE. In
almost every inatsuc where tbe infant is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, reller Will be found lu niteen or
twenty minutes tftcr thefyrnp It administered.
Thl Talnabl preparation Is the prescription of on at
the moat EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NCR" Mo in
New England, and hut been nsed wllh NEVER FAIL
ING BUCCF, In
I'llrIN U OF CANt.3.
It not only relieve the child from pais, but Invigor
ates tha stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and arte .
tone and energy to tit whole system. It will almost lo- I
gb:p:o in tee uowals, ass wind colic
and overcome convulsions, which. If not speedily rem.
died, end In death, we believe it tne UkisT and Hi. K-
rVT RKMKDY IN THB WORLD, In all case of DYS
ENTERY and D1AKR1ICKA IN OBILDREM, wbethot.
tt arise from teething, or from any other cause. We' .
would aay to every mother who kit a child suffering frost .
anyof the foiegotng complaints DO NOT LET YOUR '
PREJUDICE NOR THE PREJUDICE OF OTHERS
ttaod between you and your suffering chiM, and the re- T
lief that will be fiUKE-jes. ABSOLUTELY SURE to
follow the use of thlsmediclne, If timely used. Full di
re:tlons for using will accompany each bottle. No
genuine unless (he facsimile of (A'RIUfc PERKINS,
New York, Is oa the outsit' wrapper.
Hold by all Erupfciots throughout the world.
Frl icipul Office, 3 Icdtar Street Tl.Ti.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENT3 PER BOTTLE.
WM. KNABE tk CO.,
TIIKIH NfcW ALE!t-?hw
ROOM, NO. 150 BALTIMORE ST.l Jtw,!
HQS. 1, 3, 5 and 7 N. ECTAW 8TEET,
Offer for tale their celebrated .
AND SQ ARE
Being highly recommended by th firit Profeasori aad
Musical Amateurs of the country, and
EVERY - - -- - -
INSTRUMENT - . f
Th most fastidious customer may rely upon being
pleased In every respect- ;..--
Terms liberal. WM KNAB1 CO-
BELTZER At WEBSTER, Agents,
oct20:lydw. Colurob, Ohio. . -
M. C. LILLEY
And BItmlc-Sook ttAarjJanturerr
vostb wan ram, coldmbtjs, oirta