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SATURDAY EVENING, JAN. 2G, 18G1
LOCAL MATTERS.
a, lam. P.nrnaa Company
nuder obligation to It for tbe. ery latwt pitoors
I rum theeaitora emeu.
"1 The American EprM Company has our
thanki for it daily favors In tlie shape of tho
very latent eastern papers.
Ufnum'i RiniiTa' Petition". Mrs. Faancis
D . Gaoe has sent ua a communication, in which,
after quoting the last paragraph In our article
headed "Woman's Rights," in Thursday'
Stateiman, she ssya :
"I think the circular to which yuu allude does
not set forth truly the prater or toe petitioners as
body. There Is one ciass of petitions asking
that the rights of widows be secured more
fully. But the majority of petitioners ask that
the married women of the State of Ohio may
have granted to them by law, the same rights
as their huibands hive, to acquire and hold
property la their own name, and to dispose of
the same; and to bav a joint right with the
father In the guardianship of children--1
think no just feeling man will say, at this
oar, that the teacher of school who earns
B?e hundred dollars a year, and is capable of
taking oare of other people's children,
shall hav.e no power to educate br own, If a
tyrannical,' miserly or speculative huBband
chooses to aav she shall not. I think the gal
lantry of the Democracy will not affirm that such
a hatband shall loneer own the hand or Kmc
of bis wife in this goodly State of Ohio
trouble from these!
A good mao need lear no
lava. If ha iln.a hia rllltv.
his Wife Will let
them remain a dead letter on the stitu'e books,
as do the laws against stealing, when no one
commits theft. Bat when bad men attempt to
plav the tyrant over good women, as some do,
the nan be nut lu force. '
wt. .... r .1
1 Bero are also a lew pennons ueiore mo
a I a .mhi. l. ..nmrlino- Lhe riht of auf.
A j. Tl.. T t V. I .. I. I, ,nftt tU a In. I
iraaja to worueu. ouv, i
tentioo or the friends ol me movement to puo
that matter at this session. The deserted wife
and the wife of the drunkard were granted, in
157, in part, the rights claimed for all married
women.
Tn Stati Tcmfirancb Convsntiom This
bdy which was In session in this city on Wed
nesday aud adjourned on Thursday of this week,
adopted a petition to the Legislature and a series
of resolution', recommending amendments to
the 11 relatiug to the trsflio in intoxicatiLg
llnnorn'. eiDreaaloir an oninion adverse to the
introduction of domestic wines as a substitute
tor tuch liquors, and declaring that the senti
ment of the Temperance hope of Ohio Is still
firm in its demands for the ultimate adoption
of a prohibitory law similar to the Maine law.
The following are the officers of the Ohio
8tata Temperiooe Alliance: President, John J
Janney; Secretary, H. 8 Miller; Treasurer,
Geo Lucian Bullies, all of Columbus. Besides
these, there is one Vice President from each
congressional dittrict.
M. P. Oaddis, Cincinnati; A- A . Stewarf,
Columbns; Dr. John Thompson, do; Rov. E. D.
Morrig, do; Rev. W. D Disbro, Cuyahoga, con.
stltute a Board of Managers.
The Alliance is to meet annually on the eeo
oad Tuesday In January.
Bi ackwoods Maoazini From the enterpris
ing American publishers, Leonard Scott &
Co., New York, we have received Blaokwood
forJouiry. Its contents are The Political
Year- The Purist Praver-Bnok; Uncivilized
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Man; English Embassies to Chins ; Horror; A I
True Tale; What's a Grilse? Norman Sinclair
An Autobiography Part XII ; A Merry
Christmas; Tne Indian Civil Service Ita Rise
and Fatet
1 The variety of subjects discussed in this num
ber alone religious, philosophical, historical
aod political make it interesting and valuable I
to every reader, But this is the case with every
number pf Bit ci woo J. Price $3 a year.
O" Lectures will be delivered to-morrow
morning and evening, at Kanmachm's Hall, on
the west Side of Hich Street Dear Friend, by I
Thomas Gales Forster, who has recently de
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livered three lectures at the same place to the
general ecceptat.ee of those who bad the pleas
ure of listening to bis eloquent and argumen
tative discourses Mr. Forster generally se
lects topics for bit lectures of the deepest in
terest to humanity, rs regards its. present and
future well-being.
The Greatest Cocoh Medicine in the World
W take Kteat Dleasuro in calling the atten- I
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tlon of onr readers and the publio to the won
derful virtues and. numerous testimonials of
I. W . Ayor's Pulmonic Cheirv Cordial. This
is unquestionably the greatett cough prtparation
in the Wtrld! It has been used in tbe Doctor's
extensive praotlce in various parts of the ooun
try for several years, and is a speedy and cer-
tain cure for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma,
night sweats, difficulty of breathing, lie., Ac
He who aldB In Introducing this great prepara
tioa to the commuuity, is a benelactor to man
kind. .
Tav it. With these words the stranger put a
. . ., . a.l- : L'.'.
ptCEageoi ue Lana at io oirsiu isw
a a .ii ..4 fun turtii smpmor
nams.auuu.s... . .
able day, DOOr bread dlngv pastry, and sulphur-
., , i " i ,ut. rmllv hnl
onsDISCUl. wereuuauuw., .....
1 the fame of Kate's excellent pastry, bread, &c.
spread over the whole eehool district, and led
. 1 A. ik InfttliPV-
' "WhAm fi kWtuo do OU 086? ' To which Bhe
invariably replioa, U. B US Ajauu x. v. a.
can be onrchased from most grocers ana Store-
IT .-a r i. i.f-.l K.th.
eepers, anu wr y,.
manufacturers, at Fairport, Monroe Co., N. Y
and by the erocera In the cities and villages
throughout tha country.
XT Tha way to keep well, take' McLiaa'a
- r,n,n n Ri.nnn
MussAisH........
PrjRiriER, be Careful in Qlet, and no aisease can
' attack tbe system. This Cordial Is the moat
effective Alternative and Tonlo ever anowq.
It la a pWc preventive of disease, and
atreogthens the system, ana purines ana uieacs-
, a tha blood, Try it, ana yoa win oe conviuueu.
See the advertisement In another colnmy
' "Thi SnruT oi '76." The spirit of .'76 could
not be kert down by British bayonets, neither
oat Jamea Pyle's pars Dietetlo Saleratus be kept
down, or Its progress stayed by all the spurious
imitations that throne: tha market. Be sure the
bame w Janus JV" i on the paokage. ' Depot
. 345 Washington Street. New York.
"(T See advertisement of Prof.. M nut a's
Hair Invigorator la another oolumn.
Rail Road Time Table.
Lrrrui Mum fc Osluiibds k. Xtna 1. R.
it - 'iii J-eeres
T
Accommodation...... 6.10 A. M
0.15 P. M.
No.I 8.30P.M.
. Might Kxpress 3.45 A.M.
' 6uVSLUn, OOLDMSOB It OlNOIKWATI B. B.5
- ' Itpraas ani MaU J.OOP.M.
i i night Ixpreaa 3:25 A, M.
CawTJ0"ioK. b., ; , "rr
BirpisiTfaltt..v.rt... 3. Off A, M i '.,
Mali Train. 8.40 P.M.
"tmaraea, Oousrsns It. Cikciwiuti B. B
' BirprsatTralni... 3:00A.M.
' MallTrala 8.40 P. M,
CoirjtisfcI)rmmiTi.rsK.B. ' ' - '
tOolumtma, rtqaa Sr. Indiana )
Ixprets Train , 8:10 A.M. ,
Express Train 9 45P M,
1 30 P. M.
S 45 A.
1.40 P.
l.MA.M.
I
i 30 k,
SHOP,
4.30 P.M.
8:80 P.
11 10 A.M.
e iop.m
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL
CONGRESSIONAL HOUSE.
WASHINGTON, Jan 26.
Mr. Orow, of Pennsylvania, offend a resolution that
the select committee or five, appointed on the ,7th Imt ,
b loatructed to inquire whether any eecret organisation
hoitlle to the Government or the United States exists in
the District or Oolumliia; If so, whether any officer! or
employees or the city or Waihington, or oilicera or em
ployees of the federal Government, In the Executive or
Judicial department, are membori thereof.
Mr. Uumett.of Ky.: I desire toknow,and it ii certainly
due to t ie llousa to anow vii .ui i ur
.xi.U ro, putting. n root any . uchl
r,?"0"." ;itn lain. ,,i. ;
vw.u.uauw.-. " a . i " I- .Hill
R6DUCIMI1 irum roDUijriVHUis afiBvci uu uia iciyuuaiu.ir
iu. that there it inch a conspiracy.
As for myielt I don't talleve in any inch conspiracy.
I don't believe that any purpose la contemplated, either
In citizens of this district, or the adjoining; States, or
making anv foray or raid In Ihli city, or Interfering witn
the peaceful Inauguration of me rrestuent oi we gentle-
niuu cnoior.
It docs teem to me right ana proper that luch a state-
ment ihould be made by the gentleman from Pennsylva
nia, before we Inaugurate proceeding directly, re
flecting on tie patriotism and faitbfulneu of the people
of the dlitrict, to the federal government. A more miser
able, contemptuous mode of engendering bad feeling, and
making excitement more than it la now, couia not ue in-
troauceu.
air. Grow. I would not have offered the reiolutlon
unless I had supposed there was something to base it on.
Mr Cox, or Ohio, Is debating in order.
The Sneaker. I did not understand the gentleman
from Kentucky as objecting to the resolution If he did
then debate la not In order.
Mr. Branch of N. C I will object to the resolution
until I see the chairman or the Solect Committee, Mr.
Howard, or Mich., In his teat.
Mr. Grow: I spoke to the Chairman yesterday regard
ing this resolution, and it met with hit sanction. I
have reason to believe that there wtt tuch a design en
tertained by some persons In employ or the Govern
ment. To what extent It bat gone I don't know, and
lur thai reason I offered the resolution.
If the aentlemen on the other si !e don't want lo In-
vestlitate the auhiect. they can obiect, and that would
ailurdbetieravldence thatlhere is something In It.
... thera la raaaan fur tnTnttniAUon he'ahnll
have itaa hedenlrea; therefore there was no necessity for
the remark that ita being objected to would aDord evidence
of the existence of tuch conspiracy.
air. Urow demanded the previous question.
Mr. Maynard, of Tenn. I claim tho right to my a
wora personal to myself.
air. urow I ought to hive salu tint the gentleman
!rom ?" (Mr. Maynard) yesterday afternoon ob-
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am
The Sneaker The oueation la now on the adontlon or
the resolution.
Mr. Kunkle, of Md. I obiect to the resolution.
Cries on the Republican side, "too late."
Mr. Kunkle I announced my Intention to obiect to it
long since. As the gentleman from Pennsylvania In
dulged In some remarks reflecting on this tide of Hie
House, and as he detired some ono to take the Knponsl
bilityof objecting to thia miserable imposition, which is a
reflection on the people of Maryland, I will tell him that
there is one here to objeot, and I am he.
air. urow: l called the previous question.
Mr Branch laid: I would al.lect until the chairman of
the committee came In, but I have since been Informed
,hm the resolution was agreeable to him
Mr, Kunkle: I have my rights on thla Door, and they
can't be taken away from me by any man. I bad tho
right to oliject to the resolution Juncier the rules, as soon
as Io iuld get the recognition of the speaker. 1 will
never relinquish my right. I repeat my objection.
1 ne speaker said he would not attempt to deprive the
gentleman or any right, but the gentleman from Penn
sylvania demanded the previous question defers the gen
tleman from alary landwat recognlxedby the chair.
Mr. Kunkle; I waa on tho floor.
The speaker: but the gentleman was not recognized.
Mr. Kunkle. I am aware that the aentleman who occu
pies the chair, Is not well disposed towaidmeat any timo
Calls from the Ilepubllcao aides of order.
Mr Craig, or North Carolina, wanted to offer an
amendment.
Mr. Urow. 1 hare demanded the nrovious Question.
Mr. Craig,' amid much confusonl indicated his amend
ment, at follows: aod that the committee further inquire
by what authority troops are stationed on the southern
tide of tho Capitol wat It to oontrol the proceedings
here at tha point or the bayonet and mouth or the can
non? Mr. flrotrt resolution was then adopted.
Mr. Thomas of Tennessee, nresented resolutions of the
Legislature of Tennessee, In response to resolutions of
the Legislature or New York, concluding with the follow
ing Whenever the authorities of the latter State send
a military force to the Bouth for the purpose or coercion,
ine people of Tennessee will nolle with the South to re
sist such Invasion at all hazards.
Th resolutions were laid on the table and ordered to
be printed.
ine speaker laid before the House a message from trie
President, returning with his objections, the bill for the
relief of Ilockaday St Leggett,
sir. Alley, of Matt., laid this bill waa In relation to mail
service, and no subject ever excited more discussion or
ore legislation, than this one. The veto was a most
exlranrdioary proceeding on the part of the President,
though be had exercised an unquestioned constitutional
right, lr he thought the bill was wrong, but there were
strong legal claims for the amount proposed to be appro
priated. The veto should not be sustained
Mr. Branch sustained the President In thus performing
hit duty.
nr. fjralg, er Mlssourl.Jind other gentlemen, made re
marks on the subject.
ine question waa then taken on the passage of the bill.
notwithstanding the objections ot the President.
'ine motion waa negatived, yeas el, nays tii, not two
thirds, at required by the constitution to such cases.
Maryland Commissioners.
Baltibmri, Jan, 55. Gov. Hicks has appointed Hons.
Beverdy Johnson, Augustus W. Bradford, Wm. J. Uoldt
borough. John W. CresAeld acd J. Dixon Bomau, all
devoted Union men, as Commissioners to meet the Com
mistionert appointed by Hie Legislature of Virginia in
Washington, on the 4th of February. These gentlemen
mrtwammnt in lias am MliAM anrl WAftfArn m nrlatwl
The special correspondent or the American savt the
Bouth Carolina Vigilance Committee ferreted out a man
by the name of Dodge, enlisted asasoldisrat V'ort Moul
trie, charred with being a correspondent of the New Vork
irioune, and compelled mm to leave the mate.
From California.
Ban Frjhciico, Jan. 0. The Legislature met at Sac
ramento un the 7th. Don Peblo de La Outno, a native
of California, of fine attainments, waa chosen President
of the Senate. He it a Douglas Democrat, and was elect
ed without a caucus nomination, recslving material sup
port iroro tne Bepubiicana and Hie entire rJrecktnriuge
vote, acd but few from Douglas Senators. Totsindicates
a disorganliatlon or the Douglas party.
The Assembly hat not yet elected a Speaker.
Oem Denver and Mr. McDougal are regarded as the
leading candidates for the 0. 8. Senate.
The Pony Kxprcst with dates from Ft. Kearny to the
24th alt., hat arrived.
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TRxntok. (H. J.) Jan. 85. The Union resolutions,
embodying Senator Crittenden's proposition, or recom
mending some other conciliatory measure, and appoint
ing Chas. 8. Olden, Peter D. Vroom, Kobt. V. Stockton,
BeoJ. Williamson, Jotepn w. nanaoipn, r. n. tre
lioghyten, Rodman M. Price, Thot. J. Stryser, and
Wm, O.Alexander, Commissioners logo to Washington,
and loin Viralniaand other Slatet Commissioners, In
bringing about a reconciliation, In order to preserve tha
Union, came up in the House to-day, and altera whole
days session, without adjournment, they were passed by
a vote of J I yeas to 11 nays.
Wabumotox, Jan. 36 Fitly artillerymen from New
Tork, arrived this morning, and immediately left for
Fort
Fort Washington, to relieve the marines there tempo.
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it is not true mat nr. n.inz. urat assistant post mas
Iter General, refused to hold any communication with
cx Senator Vulee, he simply declined to show him
papert. lie askol to tee relative to theabolltlon of the
p0,tofflc.dalKOntlnuanoeor tha mall
The interview wat both tides
From Boston.
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noon re-elected tbe old offlcera.
ItDjpe (rom ulB1 iaiVa to the proceedings Usl night
and pronounced Mayor wignsman or no consequence
The Coavenllon then adjourned tintdU.
Four Children Burnt to Death.
OniCAOO. Jan. 85. A Bra at MenoBone. Wil.a on
Monday night, destroyed the house of Wm. Cattlgan,
postmaster of that village, and four or hit children, aged
from four to ten yean, pensnea in ine uamet.
I Hoaroti. Vs.. Jan. S3 Thejloop-of-war -Brooiyn
,,, ,ailh -eaterda. with sealed orders, bhe took
I two companies of toldlert from Fort Monroe,
, uAmiot;a.-Phjslolans prescribed it, and
'M,TM,body recommends its adoption as the stand-
r a on, COTUjn exte(Mi rerlledy. 25 cenU a
bottle,
M.
M.I
M.
mahogany Saw-Mill
AND
BEDSTEAD . FACTORY,
' 106 Pearl Street.
ROSEWOOD, HIAIIWHANY APIU
Black-Walnut Boards and Plank of various thick-
nesi; Mahogany ana Kosewooa s,ogs; manogany air
Rosewood Veneers; Beorawooa veneers; niaca-rvainoi
and Oak Crotch Veneers; Line-mottled Mahogany; Walnut
and Oak Veneers; also, plain Veneers, at So. per foot,
for Frame makers; Piano and Cabinet Mouldings; also.
Mahogany and Walnut Bannisters ana newetts, attsises
and patterns; Mahogany Hand-rail Stuff for Btalr bulld
era; Spanish Oedar for Cigar Boxes; rat and sawed Back
ins for Picture and Looklng-tlaae Frames. Also.
I fnr Rtnck-makera and Ten-nln Balls: also, out
Walnut, Mahogany and Rosewood Veneers
Bavins built a Bedstead Factory adjoining my Mahog
any Saw mill, which is now In operation, I would re
spectrally invwa ine iraae k can ana examine my w
sortaient of Bedsteads, which I offer for sal at low rates
and warranted a good article.
ttsnni sniav,
Jy31-wfl f lot Pearl street, Olneinnatt, Ohio.
KrOUttNIFia HOODS Black Infllah Orapes:
lu. Crape Collars, Cuffs and Sleevesl Lone; and Short
Craps Veils; Bound Crape Vellai Lao Veils Crape
Trimmed: Plain Hemmed Collaret Beta; Handkerchiefs
niak U i .1 f . B . 1, . QiiiM.
Bomhaalnea; Traveling aod all other kinds ol Press floods
constantly on nana m great variety.
, rn-raB nam,
tuftt first doer north of Well House.
THE MARKETS.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Jan. 26.
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FLOtJR-flrm: sales O.OCU Mils, at (S 15(3.125
SUte, 5Wk5 BO for Ohio, and 5 8(K3U 00 for South
rn. Wuur firm: salea SO.IKKJ buiheli red Western,
attl)3J, Coax firm; aalei W.000 buiheli at t)7uHo
tor yellow, and 1.1 lor white Southern, hbhkt nun
at l!c.
Baltimore Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
BALTIMORE, Dec. 26.
Fi.oi a Pour dull and heavy, Howard street and Ohio
. .. ..... .fl w,
dull at tl
orh- heavy
?" i.oou80 r, ,enow and ?7c rr white.-
I JrUKK'
-active at I1H.26 for mess. Lian iuJ.c. Cor
rar-steady. Wntigv nominal at lHc.
It has been mowing here since 10 o'clock.
Philadelphia Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 26.
Ptooa-drooplng; superfine 13 J75 HU; extra 5 02
Whiat tteady at ai ST I 30, for red; SI 40 H7 for
white. Coax comet forward slowly. Wiiunr--unlet
at iec&HX.
Cincinnati Market.
WHRAT Is taken at $lfor Prim Red, mostly for
account of oar local millers. There is rather more on the
market at that ngu re than there has been for several days.
ntte it quoted at It liKatl IS! for strictly prime, with
a very limited demand.
COBN on the Bar sella readily at Shelled Is
lesa sctive at 37 to 4uo.
OATS are maintained at 27o. firmly, but they are not
in active request.
Barley receives a varied report at the hands of differ
ent operators, making almost oonslantly conflict of opin
ion at to the accuracy of the reports. Tho brewers und
malsters, to some extent, disagree in their interest in
the quotations. We still quote prime rail at 75S78c.;
Canada spring at 80e3c. i Western spring of fair qual
ity at 65o , with rather an Inactive market.
RYE it more rreelv offered, and is one cent nor bush.
el lower.
HOOd Command but little attention, thouirh a mar
ket is funnd for them within our last quoted range
toss for light, and (ii 00 for heavy. The latter Is mere
ly the nominal askiuir fltrure. since buvera will not vn
over o 5(1 forsnch. Thequality or Hogs is still fully
kept un In the dribbltnif rccetntt now eominr. ami th
heavy weights will doubtless carry the erarnf this
aeaaon above the lait, 1 j to ill) per cent. CVaj. Com.
Jimvary'X.
Cleveland Market.
January, 25.
FLOUR steady; small tales choice red double extra at
$5,85, and 51) bhls supetline at V0. of H) lbs
Buckwheat ut f 2,85 per swt.
WHEAT-aalea of Scars red at 81 00 2nd 1 ear white
attl.lH,
CORN sale of 1 car at 3c on track
OATg-qulet at USo
HIGH WIN K8-- siilra nf 30 Mils ail.Tc.
UOGg firm and active, gales lauge rt high as ll,45
for choice heavy.
I'UITKK mles orbVsfalr roll nt lie; 5 kcjrs common
nt Dc. and a small clihicc lot dtlry at 14 j.
KG08 quiet, with anlci at Me.
OHKKHK-salenf IIUO lla choice dairy at He
REKi)4 tales of SO buih Clov, r at i Si.
HAMS sales of 500 II alU''c.
GREAT SLAUGHTER!
IN
lliY (i(HM)S
A. T
KNAPP 6l CO. S
NEW STORE.
I rem and after tbin data we (-lull
REDUCE THE PRICE
OK OUR VVINTKR (JOOD3
TWENTV FIVE TER CENT,
IN ORIItR TO MAKE ROOM K,1R OUR
SPRING STOCK.
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Our assortment is still good,
:ind it is known to every
one that our
S T O C IK.
CONSISTS OK
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE Oi'
KNAPP & CO.,
NO. 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
ooijXJiviriuQ,
OHIO,
5 Tons! Feather ana SO Ton of
nan; Vantnrl.
ocK.1-2awil.skw-0ni
E. H. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State and Town.
TUB OLD (lABHIAHE
8U0P Isstlll running, and although
the pressure of lata years has set heavily
npon her running gears, she Is still turn-'
out those stilendhkPllJiTUNg. ROOK AWATfl. and
PKINCB ALBKRTIa SdlFTINO TOPS and NO-TOP
BUOQIKS, 0AKRIA0K8, KXPRkSd, SK8LHT0N,
DBUOUttAT and UKUUBHI W AUUNB, DM ALL OMNI
BUSKS and HACKS. Twenty years ileaily manufac
turing has given our work a wlde-sperad reputation
throunh the Bouth aud West. -
We therefore deem it unnecessary to say any thing more
in regard to in quality oi our work, ni wabbskt
avrav Vmicui, We can sell anon Tor Bunoits from
1115 lo
Dealers can be furnished with any amount of work
short notice, and at prlees lower than can be bought any
wusrein tnt west, necona nana Buggies taken in ex
change for new work.
ILr Be pairing dons neatly and at short notice. Tao
tory on Front, between State and Town streets, Colum
bus, Ohio.
EAII communications will receive prompt attention.
. 31-wly , M. WILLIAMS ft 00
Attachment.
Matthias Trott, Halo tiff .) Before Barouel Kin
vs. - I near, Justice of
Stephen W. Beaten Defendant. J Peace, of Clinton
township, franklin county, Ohio,
On the 8th day of January, A. D. 1861.
said Justice Islued an order of attachment In ths above
action for ths sunt of VS 20.
Janl8w3t. MATTHAIg TROTT.
PA KI! CLOAKS AND PALETOTS.
Uadeln the most stylish and elegant manner,
new Invoice Jnst opened by PKTKR BAIN,
dec. 11. No, ?9 South High street.
IWISTHEUTOfiUY
at
tbs
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
NKWABK OHIO,
manufnclurcrsi of all kinds of For
table and Klntlonary Ntenni F.n
rIui n, hnw niillK, urlat ItlilU,
ic, Ac.
LAKE A BODLEY Beaten! jr. dt F. ELAXD Y Beaten!
J. f J. 11. BUYALL Beaten! 1! COLCMBVS
MACIIIXB CO. JSeatmllll BRADFORD
c CO. Beaten! I HI
Oar Portable Engine and 8iw Mil)
Was awarded the first premium of f ill at the Indiana
State fair for Mill ever Lan It Uodlej's on account of
Price, lightueas, simplicity, economy or fuel
and suporior character of luiuhcr sawed.
Our Stationary Kntrlno was ariinli'd nt Hie same Fair
the first premium of S.ltO.
Our Portahle Undine whs awnnhd llu- (list premium of
ajiiw as ine mr at nempius, Tenn., ortr Ulamly a Da
Tail's, Oolumbas Machino Go's., nmi Bradford at Cos.
hy a commltlee of practical Railroad Hiiiilmiers.
ror price and terms address
H'lbLAUD WAIlNKrt, Trciuitrer.
decS Utwljeclfl. Wcwark, Ohio.
THE VICTOB AT EVEHY FAIH
WHERE EXHIDHFD !
raTii'
f BHWDY'S PATENT, AUG. 3, 1858.
f'O.MTIt A NUTICK.
The Newark Machine Works In nuldi.liltu the almve
notice of having been victorious over
Thclllandy I'ortuble McbmSow Jtlill
at any Fair whatever, knew they wr re pnlilhhingaa
heiexl. We have published our denial nf the truth of
their alatemeats In other papers, hut they have not al
tered then, nor offered the public any evidence to bus
tain their untruthful assertion, We never hail a Mill or
Engine on exhibition at Memphis, Tenn. Fie did
meettiemnt the Ohiu'Stale FalralZancsville, 0., IK".!).
where In the Sawlnir content, ther cumn out behind all
others, we taking TWO FIHST PBKMIUMS.
W met memairaln a: the Ohio State Fair at !amlunky,
. In with equal Machinery, and lat thrrn, tekine
TWO FIR8T PKBMIUMS niraln.
At the UNITED BTATKS FAIU for I Mil, at Cincin
nati, 0., where all the leading manufacturers were rr-pre-sentrd.
The Blandy Mill teat Vicloriout
over all, cutting; 32 boards. 13 ft. 8 In. lnnj, and ?0
Inches wide. In P minutes, l.Vaecnnds; all the machine
ry operated by two hands only 1 1 and of course, carried
the FIKST PRKUIIM.
Not being present at Indlanspolls, 1900, we do not
know what they did there, but we do know, that at the
Ohio State Fair for IKVJ, where nc Uhl meet them, thoy
were so badly beaten as to he left entirely out of con
sideration In awarding premiums. ThoUh they had a
Mill and three Knginca on the grounds, they did not get
even a second Premium on either.
For circulars fully Tescrihiog T1IK BI.ANBV NA
TIONAL PKHUIUM AND CHAMPION F.NfllNK AND
Mill., with reports of operators, Ac, all truthfully and
fairly aet forth, address
II. tF. RLANDV,
Dlnndj's Blcam F.nglne Works,
.Jan Sldfcwto ' Kanesville, U.
PRICES REDUCED
IFrom the New Vork Observer)
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines are oh
llgcd lo pay Mr. liowa a license on each machine aold.
acd are a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, as to the number sold, his hooks give a correct state
ment. From this reliable source wc have obtalnrd the
following statiitici. Of the machines made In the year
1 .'.!, tnrre were aold,
Ry Wheeler k Wilson SLUM
" I. M. HlngerSr Co 10,!i'..l
" drover St Raker 10,'0
Hiowloa the silts of Wheeler ft Wilson to be dmd.lt
those of any other Company."
Awarded the highest premiums nt tha
United Slates Fairs of IH58, IBjlland WM;
also at tha
. Ohio Stale fairs of li5". and IPOO,
and at nearly all tha County Fairs in Uiu Slate,
Our nrloea. at the tate reduction, art m Uno rnt anv
lock Mich machlt.e now sold, and but a tilde hlghrr thau
the Interior two thread chain tticA tnachin,!, now
forced nron the market.
The WI1KKLKK ft WILPON MAOHINK niaicithe
Lock Btich the only one which cannot he taveled. It
is Aliki on Dot ii r)iDrof the goods, leavlne no rldue or
cAatnonthe under tide.
MmacJtintt uttr'antrel 3 year, and Inntrurtinn
given In their nte, free nf charve.
11. CHAHY,tl lllgri St., fjolumnos, D.
WM. 8UMNKR ft CO,,
deca-Sawdnmftwtira Pike's Opera House. Cincinnati.
C AN AVI AN & UNITED STATES KAIL
STEAMERS
to an u nion -
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
KTHJ-W YORK.
The Montreal Ocean Bteamshlp Company's Arsl class
full-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail every Sut.
isrsiar irom puhtlahu, carrytugtne uauaill.in and
United Slates Mail aud passengers,
NOVA HCOTIAN Capt. McMastera.
IIOIIKMIAN Capt. Orange,
NOHTH BKITON Capt. Borland,
CANADIAN Capt. Uraham,
NORTH AMERICAN.. Capt. Alton,
ANOLO-SAXON Capt. llalanllne.
1IIIIKHNIAN,
N0KWKO1AN,
9tlirti)St, Clieapest amd (lulckrat Con-
veyuuco srsssss
AMERICA TO ALL PAET8 OF EC HOPE.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from UUKI1K0 every Maturslay mlllng at
LONDONDKUHY, to receive on board and Und Hails and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Glasgow passengsra are furnished with na postage
tlckela to and from Londomiorry.
Heturo tickets granted at reduced rates.
An eiperlenced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
Certificates issued for carrying lo and bringing out pas
aengera from all the principal towns of Great Britain and
Irelanil, ai re-iucea rates, ny mis un or siearoera, ann
by the WASI1IN0T0N LINK Of BAILINQ PACKKTS,
leaving wverpooi every we.K.
nr naMiie. annl at the OlTlce ?.1 R HO Air
WAV, Neil Vork, and IDWATI.lt ST.,
Liverpool, f
SA8EL ft BEABLE, General Agents,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONC,
nolO ljilitw Statesman Office, Columbus, Ohio,
BILL POSTING
AND
DISTRIBUTING BILLS
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to the '
P08TIKQ AN1 DISTBIBTJTINQ
o
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All orders If ft at the Offlce of tha Htat4ma will
promptly attended lo. Jsnll-lf
AL.KXANDKfc.il KnD ULOVF.N.
All slses and colon Just opened at BAINS,
dee. 11. No. W South nigh street.
'Jim ....... l
' -)
be
3'1'ja.TIIITwHIlNT
0 TIIK CONDITION Ot TOR
OrWICll rire luidiici; tjuuiiianjj
-xni TIIF, mat DAY OF tlliCEmillill
KJ IHM, made to the Am ilor of Ohio, pursuaut to tbe
a - ,i. ,i Hi-,tn. ai..niril "An act to regulate Iniu-
ranca flompanlea not iucoiporattd by the Blateof Ohio"
pnssid Apni t, If "'.
NAMK AND LOCATION,
ill. Thenameof the Company Is.Tho Norwich Fire In
siirance Crmipmiy, and Is located at Norwich, Uon
"Ld'C1"- I. CAPITAL
i i-h. ,oiiiit of Ita canilal stock Is 5 .11(1 la (HI
Jl. ttm auiount of iu cupiial stock puld up is '.'uti.l'ii UU
1 1 AnBr.nn.
I. raitiof Iho Company on hand..!! .WO 1'.'
'.' Cuth It) the bands of and due
from agents ''.uuu
A Real Kitate unincumbered none.
I. The bonds and atooka owned kv
the UomjiuDyaa per tcuchers
ocompaning how secured,
widths rate of lutercit there
uu, to wit: ...
Hharas. ' Market
Value, Value.
511
1711
'-'7
r,l
lirtl
IIHI
.'ill
NoraL'k Bnnk Btock.NorwIch j,iu (III t.r.,7l,0 00
Thames do do
17 omi (III
111 550 00
Merchunls do
I'hfi'iilx dj lNrtford
Union do Allany
Aroericuii Y.k do N- V.
Atlantic do do
Continental do do
I, neii no
n.iiiKi no
10.000 (HI
10,0011 00
ft 000 00
7.500 00
.1,001) 00
SiMM) till
s.oiDi no
10 0110 on
1.) 000 INI
5 0(10 1,0
10 000 Oil
5. OHO '00
o ooo no
10.000 00
5,000 00
5. tiro SMI
1,100 00
3 too 00
loooo on
0,450 00
u.:,oo oti
6.835 00
4.750 Oil
4.000 00
4,000 00
JO OIK) 00
15 COO 00
3(1 Corn Kxrlmnga do do
.riU Hanover do do
IHO Ocean ' do do
list Metropolitan do do
1511 Imp's fc Trailer do do
101) National do do
4 7511 00
10,000 1.0
4,000 00
0,500 IS)
0 500 00
4,750 00
5,;t'o no
G ooo on
5 51,0 00
Merchants do do
Kiioo ft Leather do do
Tradeunan's do do
Union do do
bank of Oorrmerce dn
do He public do
.'.0
ISO
klKi
M
All
Ml
U.S. Tru.l Company do
5.000 Oil
fill lliink i t Kentucky, Louisville 5.000 00
Total bonds an.lilikcs...I.V,,IH- II) IIWiaTOliO
Debt, due the Co di tiny, se
cured lymorlKuu,on un
li cuuiUre l Kejl Kstlc. as
per vouchors a company,
ing.
SC11KDULK Of MOBTfltOia
Amouiit Mortgage
of Keeoid.
Loin. Vol. l'a'e
I. The mortenzc of Ccn.
Krllh it wile on Tarm in
llurnn rniinli.Ohiu. SI COO
M
Mi
T"Ul murtgiiKi'3 $1 IHO 1)0
Debts otherwise K.curcd per
vouchers acoinpaiiyfutr none.
Debts for premiums 53 44
K. Alluflwrsicuii'le I2,3i3 (W
Tolnl AstetJ of the Company t'"4 4' .1 50
III. I IAIIIUTIKS.
The amount tf linl,iilie, due or not due
to Ihiimh aud ..titer cirditurj, iioiie ....
itli.
Liases adjusted and due, i.orie
Loosen adiunted mid nil due
?'.l 500 00
G 000 00
Hth. Looses uimiljusted
Oth L' Sies In mi-nei. ic wnitinit fur ftirtlvr
prouf
5 000 00
intli All other cla.uis against tlie Company
none
Totil Lln'il lilies
.114 .ion on
IV. WCKLI-ANEUlTjl.
II th The grost. st ain't insureil In ai y one risk.. t" ,1:10
r.'tli. The gnnlebt iimnunt ullnacd ly the rules to lie
Ineuteii in miy r ue city, town or rllUge, nt ills
rretiuu of agent.
Illh. The greatest am, mnt all )ieil to lie insured In any
one block a, discretion of ugent, under rule nf
lllh question
I llh The amount of its capital or enrniniia deposited iu
any.cther State, as security for losses therein,
t.Hinlng llietn, with the amount In each, and
whether such company tramacts any business of
insnrsnce in said gtstc or States, cm e.
11th TI.ei'hirter, or act nf ine irporation of sail Com
pany, lirtuerly sent'.
Sttb tr CnsMTTirrT I
County nf New l.or.ilnn, hi
A Brew.ter, President, and Khececr L amed, 9ecro
tnry of the Norwich Firo Insumnce Ci.uiiiany, lieing sev
erally sworn, depore and say, Hint Hi- foregoing is a full,'
true ana correct atatcn,ent m ti.o etiaira of
the ssld Company thst the said I nsuranccCompan y is
the boua uile owner oi at least Uce Hundred Thousand
Uullars of actual cash cnpltul invesed in Stocka and
Bonds, or In Mortgagee on Heal Estate, worth doul.le
the amount tor which the same ti mortgaged: that the
shove described Investments, nor any prt thereof, are
made for the bentut of any individual exercising author
ity In the mansgemeot oi said company, either as rnsi
dent, Secretary, Treasurer, Direr tor, or ollierwise; Out
the inortgsire, above drscrilied have nijt lieen assigned,
nor In any manner released or Impircd hv aaid Compnnv,
and that they are the ahnve d.'scrineil nlrlcers of mid In
surance Company.
n HI,Kn rTKK, Preiiilenl
KlibN. LKAKNKD. Sec'y.
Suh!crlll and sworn before me this IjiIi day of Jar,
uvy, 1H0I.
UAV1U YUIU,
Justice of the Peace.
nni. e or the AnDtToa or SxiTt, I
Columbus, 0. January 17lh, IriCl
I, Boliert H. Tu ler. Auditor of Bute do certify Hut
the foregoing is a correct copy of the statement of the
condition ol the Norwich Fire Insurance Company, made
to wis otnee tor tne year inn, snu now on me neretr. .
Witness my hsnu and seal olnrially.
ft. . B W. TAVLKB,
Auditor of Kt.ile.
rrllflcaf o ol Authority.
I To K spire on the 31st of January, IHC'J ;
Auditor 1 1 B raTn's Orrn a, 1
INSDIUNCK ttll'ARTMSNT, J-
Columbus, Ohio, January 17, lwil.
WI:ereS4, the Norwich yire Insurance Oumpanv. loca-
cated at Norwich, in the rotate of Connecticut, has filed
in this office a sworn statement of ita condition, as ro-
uired by the nrtt section of the act 'To regulate Insur
ance Companies not Incorporated by the State of Ohio,"
pasted April Hth, 1H10; and, Whereas, said Company has
furnbhed the undersigned mtisfuctory evidence that it is
possessed of at least One Hundred Thousand Dollars i f
actual capital, invested in stocks, or in bonds, or in niori
gnn.es oi real estate worth double tho amount for which
ic same is mortgaged: and, V, hereaa, said Company has
filed in this ollice a written instrument under its corpo
rate seal, signed by the President and Secretary thereof,
authorising any agent oragents of aaid Company in this
State to acknowlo.lge service of procesa for and In belulf
of said Company, contenting that such service of process
shall be taken and held to he as valid as if served upon
the Company, according to the laas cf this or any other
State, and waiving all cUim or rlK)it of error, by rcsaon
of such acknowledgment of aervlre.
now. Therefore, in pursuance of the first section or the
aforesaid act, 1, Robert W. Tayler, Auditor of State, fcr
the SUte of Ohio, do hereby certify that aaid Norwich
ire Insurance Company Is authorised to transact the
business of Fire tnturacce in thia Slate nnlil the ihlity
Orst day of January, la the tear one thousand eight hun
dred and sixty two.
In v itness n hereof, I have hereunto sub
' scribed my name, and caused the seal of my
otlice to bo affixed, the day and vi-ar above
written. R. W. TAYLKR,
. ' AuJi orof Stale.
FRED'K J. FAY, Agent,
Office In Carpenter's Building,
117, SOUTH 1IHU1 SSIiKT,
janlO-dlw COLUMBUS, 01110.
Wholesale and Retail Depot for
FAMttV GROCERIES
No. 106 South Hijrh ftreet.
Wm. Mcdonald,
DEALER IN
TEAS,
FINE & STAPLE GROCERIES,
IN ALL THEIR VARIETIES.
Dally Arrival of Good
'or tho Fall and Winter Tiado
Of .1860-61.
VlTH ET II H N I N G I N C K M 13 T 1 1 A N K8
TO Tllli PIIUIilU for past favora and patron
sge, andtclog DeUTtlliniNEU to IICHIT
acontlouanca of Mm by atricl attcutlon te
rade, and prompt delivery of Good,
would call tha nolle of the publio to the fact that
having al.ailfo and well Selected Mock on
hand, and being iu daily receipt of goods from the differ
ent markets, I flatter myself thit I can offer to the tltt
sens of ColuBilmi, or to any who may desire to purchase,
an assortment of articles appertaining to the CROCK KV
rade, UN EQUALED by any house lu the city
Tha price aod quality of the goods offered, I ((ilitr
autee to giro aatlaf actio si.
Goodi Delivered Free of Charge. '
nov27. WM. McDONAI.D.
GUERNSEY'S BALM
-nErnoYen and pkevfj
IN
1 ti Oammallon and pain, and heals tlie wont tarn
scald, bruise, cut, or fresh wound of any kind, i nvents
swelling and pain irom nee stints, mosquito ones, ami
poisonous plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, agoe tn the
breast, mm rnenra, etc. enrn tssvn hiwiii.iiji n mu
positively cure croup In children, and gives Immedlsle
reiiei in ine worst rase v, inis wmm. w.p.a,u., aiw.
removes hoarseness and sore throat. Price, IB cents
bottle. Should be in every house. For tale by Drug
gists ar.4 Storekeepers. IRVIN STONB.
Bole Proprietor, No, I Spruce at., New York
notedfcwlrls
Hf.itip AivToi'ToNTropfisrj
do do Twines,
Red corns ana uannie n tea,
for mle by M'KEK ft USSTTRATTX,
oct7 Ms, High Street.
117IDK fllANTLK BAKA44li8, IIO'l'U
White and Black, just received at
Jy
BAnrs,
a
Dr. sJ.IL McLEAN'S
St rengthening Cordial and Blood
PURIFIER.
To etJreatesjt Heniedfln Tlse Uorld,
AND TUB
HOST I) EU CI0U8
mn
$ DELIGHTFUL
UUllDIAL
EVER TaKEPJ.
ITJSSTItlCT
ly a scientific and
Vegetable Compound,
procured hy the distil
lation of ltoota. Uerla
aud Darks, Yellow
Dock, Ulood Root,
Bursaparllla, Wild
unerry tiara anu uau f
A. li,, m ,, f i,,. nti. ita 7-
ters into its
Hi fore Taking,"' '"active rem.ai After Taking.
principle of each Ingreilient Is Ih'irou'rhly extrncte.1 b
my new method of dlstilllug. prmlurlng a delicious. c
hllerallng spirit, and the most 1NPALLIIILK remed for
renovating the diseased system, and res.-orine 'he sick.
suffering and debilitated INVALID to (I K At Til and
BTKKNOTII.
iicir:'s JTKKNr.TiiF.Miv(. com.
DIAL,
Will effectually cure
L1VKR COMPLAINT, UYfeFlSPHI A. JACNIU0J1
Ohronio or Nervosa Dchilltv. lllseaaea of tie Kldnirca
and all dieaesarlsine front a disorders! t ive, or ritnui
ach, llyspepsiu, Ileal tliurn, laward Piles, Aciilitj or Sick
ness oi tne ruomach, rullneaa of Ulood to the llend, Cull
pain or swimming in the head, PalL.lation ol the Heart,
yulluens or Weight iu the Rtnuacli, gout Kructallnns
Obnking or suffocStlUK feoliu g ahcu tjriuK down, Drvnees
or Vellowuessof the Skin aud Kyes. Night Hweatbf In
wird Kcvers, Pain In the small of the back, chest or side.
Sudden Plushes of lieat, Depretislnn of Spirits, Frightful
llreatue, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous Disease,
Sores or Dlotclis na tips Skin, nj Fever And Aitne (.r
Ohillaand fever. )
Overu million ol siottlca
Dive hwii mlil lining the lant sis months and In no In
stance, bus It failed In giving eutire eHtlsfsctlr.n Who,
then, will suffer from Weakness or Debility hcu Mt
LKAN'S UTHKXO'i llUNINU CORDIAL will cure you?
No language can convey an adequate Idea nf the iuirac
dlate and almost luintculous change produced by taking
thla Cordial in the diseased, d-tuiilated and shattered
nervous s.,slxin, whether broken down by excels, weakly
nit'ire, or Impaired by sickness, the lelaxeil and umlrurg
vigiiii;!uiu ii resioreu 10 us pristine ne.'tunand vigor.
M1IIIIIED rKHSdS,
Or others consoloui of Inability, from whatever cause,
will And McLenn s Strengthening Cordinl a thorough
regenerator of the system: and all who may hive inured
themardves by Imprnper ludulgences, aill Und lo the Cur
dial a certain ami speedy remedy.
To Iho Ladle.
McLrr.n's Slre.iiiiettittg Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
iriKVr I OKSIl.llfTIOn.HIIITKN
Obstructed or Difficult U.'nstiuiition, lticontlner.ee of
('rine or Involurittiry Ilidcliurgu thereof, Fulling of the
Womb, uidillneas. Kainting aigd all Diseases iu. ident to
F"rul.
There In do Mistake About It.
Suffer no longer. Take it according to Direcllons. It
will nlimule.te. ktrcnifthen and invigorate yju and duee
ihe hlonmuf health to mount jourehesk a,:aln.
Kverv H.ttle is i,.irr,uilrj u,give aatislaiwn.
ton imiiiifKEN.
If yonr children are sickly, punv,irfli:cted, McLean's
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
n t amoment, try it, aud yuu will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Oau riiiN Beware of Druggists or Dealers who may
try to palm upon you some hitter or Sarsaparilla trash
which Ihey cau buy cheap, by saylnt It la just as good.
Avoid such men. Ask tor McLean's Strengthening Cor
dial, and lake nothing elue It is the only remedy thai
will purify tne hlocd thoroughly and at the same time
strengthen the system.
One tahleapoooful tnn every morning fasting. Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and revor, s allow
Fever, or any pr.JTi.l.iit diseases. It is put up in large
hut la
Price nr.iytl pc bottle, ur li bottles for S.
J.J1. Mc LEAN,
rtil; Proprietor of this Cordial,
Aifo KcLenn s Volcanic Oil Liniment,
riiotpal Depot oo the corner of Third and Pine streets,
Bt L iois, Mo.
McLuaii'a Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Ti.u beat Liniment in the World. Tha only safe and
certain cure for Cancers. Piiea, Swellings and Hrnn
cbitis, or Orltre, Paralysis, Neuralgia. Weakness of the
Muscioa, unrunie or luflammatnry Rheumatism, StifT
new of tne Joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bi-niscs, Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
Cuts, Ulcers, Fever SoresfGsked Breasts Bote Nipples,
hums. Hcahls, Sore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
no difference bow severe, or hoe long the disease may
have existed. McLean's Celebralod Liciment is a cer
tain remedy.
ThouMimls of human llngs have been saved a life of
decrepitu.ic and misery by the uae of this uivaluable med
oiuo. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, aud it wll
cleanse, purify aod heal the foulest sores in an Incrrdl
ly short time.
for florae and Other Animal.
McLean a celebrated Liniment Is the only safe and re-
name remedy for the cure or Spavin, King Bone, Wind
galls, Hplinu, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes or Swelllnc. II
will never fail to oure Big Head, Poll Kvil, Vistula, Old
running Sores or Sweeny, if properly applied.' For
Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, Sores or Wounds, Cracked
Heels, Chares, Saddle or Collar (tails It is an infallible
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a cure is certain in
every instrtnee.
Then trine no longer with the many worthless Lini
ments oflercd to yun. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
J. II. IMcl.FAN, Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Streets, ft. Louis, Mo
For sale by all drnnlts.
For sale by ROKKKTS A SAMUEL,
au;:'-6 dtny Columbns, Ohio.
MRS, WINSLOW,
An experienced Kurseand Female Physician, presents
to tne attention ot motners, ncr
SOOTHING S VRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, hy loft
ening the gums, reducing all inflammation wll I allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic actlou, and is
XUHE I tMCEtJtl.ATE THE BOW EES
Depend npon it, mothers, 1 1 will give rest to yourselves
at d
BELIEF AMD HEALTH TO Y0TJB IHFAN1S
We have pnt un and sold this article for over ten years.
and CAN SAY, IN CONFIDKNCB AND TRUTH, ot it,
what we nave never neen able to say of any otner modi'
cine NEVER UAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLK I NU
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CUHK. when timely used. Nev
er did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one
who used it. On the contrary, all aro delighted with its
operations, and speak iu terma of commendation of its
magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In this
matter "WHAT WK 1)0 KNUW;" after ten years' expe
rlence. AND PLEDMH OCR REPUTATION FOR THE
FUULLMENT OF WHAT WK HEKR DECLARE. In
almost every instance where the infant is suUering fro
pain and exhaustion, relief will he found In fifteen or
twenty minutes alter tnesyrup is administered.
Thla valuable preparation la the prescription ef one of
the most EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NURMKH in
New .England, aud has been used Willi NEVER FAIlr-
1NU BUCCKrIH In
THOUSANDS OFDASIS.
It not only relieves tlie child from pain, out Invlgor
ates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives
lone and energy to the whole system. It will almost in
stautly relieve
GKlPiNO IN THE BOWELS, AND WIN U COLIC
and overcome convulsions, which, if not sieedily reme'
died, end In ileatn. ne lieiieve It tne 1IKST and M K
EST REMEDY IN THE WURLD, In all cases of DY8
ENTKRY and DIAKHHOfA IN C11ILDHEU, whether
it arises from teething, or from any other cause. We
would say to every mother who haea child suffering from
any of the foregoing enmplstjits DO NOT LET YOUR
PREJUDICES NUH TUE PHNJUDIUESUP OTHERS
staud between you and your sullericg child, and the re
lief that will be BU HE es. AltsolirKLY SURE lo
follow the nso of this medicine. If timely une.1. Full ill
root Inns for using will aceompan each bottle. None
genuine unlets the fao sluiile of CURTIS Ac PERKINS,
New ion, is on me outline wrapper.
Sold by all Druggists throughout the world.
Prl tci pal Officr, 13 f'cdnr Mrcrt IV.Y.
PRICE ONLY 35 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
Actt7.il Itwly.
. WM, KNADE & CO.,
AT Tilt III NEW
AOO.V, KO. IVi BABTIMORK ST.i
AND I
NOS. 1, 3, 5 and 7 N. ROT AW STEBT
Offer for sale their celebrated
GOLDEN M F.DAL,
GRAND
AND SQ ARE
l'lANO-KORTES.
Being highly recommended by the first Profeason and
Musical Amateurs of the country, and
EVERY
INSTRUMENT
WARRANTED FOR
FIVE YEARS
Tha meat fastidious customer may rely upon lieing
pleased In every respect.
Terms liberal. WM RNA RE 4 CO
SELTZER fc WEBSTER, Agents,
octSfl:lydw. Columbus. Ohio,
M. C. LILLEY .
noon. nTNTymcEt
And Blank-Book Manufantarer,'
iobth eioh rntrrr, coivnva, ono
awrll-dly
Ma
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MM
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weekly omo Statesman.1
lUVIlfa A CIRCULATION - ' i
LABOEB BT IIVXB4L THOUIAIDI
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Adrertisin?
Which CANNOT FAIL lo bring
Npecdy and RemunersuiT It e (arts
To those who take advantage of then.
TIIK WKKKtY STATESMAN
Distributed aa It Ii through every Post Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage la valuable, and who seldom see the
Tally Editions of cl'.y journals; snd as only
A Limited NumWof AdrntiUeiiienti.
Art Inserted In Ita columns, eppoprtately and
HANP$OMELV DISPLAYED!
Tnrr cahhot ratr, to
-A-ttraot Attorttion.
OP ALL I
WHOLESALE DEALERS
Advertising In Ihe WEEELY STATESMAN will Sn
It advantagous in
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which It almost certain t follow an sstsMtrc diss-aln
atlon of a knowledge of their business
AMONG CODKTSY DEALERS I
ADVKRTISEMKNTS INTENDED FOR
The Weekly Stat
Should be handed in liefort Prlday noon.
Master Conimiioiicr's Sale.
Rick ley Ac Bro. )
f, ,..,."' Sale hy order of Coart.
fcdwin W. Marren ctnl. )
BV V1!tTI!V.O Aft OIIDRII OF Ml.fc
to me directed Irom the Court ot common rieae of
PraoBlio'cnuuly, linn., I will ofler for sale at Ote door of
tlie Court IIoujc, in the city of Urdumhus, un
Monday, the 18th ixy ol February, A D 1861,
lteen theh.ursnf 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P.
M.. the following desciihed re.il estate, situate iu the
County nt Fraukliu, and Slate of Ohio, to wit: Beginning
at Ihe 8. E. c.iner of survey No. 3WI2, (entered for and
iu the uau.o of m Price) at a stake und. tone; thence
S. 54 deg r,0 rolo. 33 SO 1U0 poles to a smsllleech at the
Intersection of liv i rouds. tl.cuce S FOdig. Ijoiln. W
in the ml Idle of the Darby road puie.rlo, a slie in
the ottte,of tliesnlil road: thence N.TO deg. o'tiin. W.37
poles to a flake at t!,e root of a lariit elm: thence H M
leg. W, M-.U UK pot-a toa small hutch In thecntro
of ths road; thence N. 9 deg W. on tho line of and
mad So M-100 poles to a stone In the centre cf tha road,
fr m which a small aih tree beara S SO. A, la ml at
4H links distant; thence N. 80 deg M mln. K, iKi MMl u
polet to a stske si d store tn the In centre of a cro-s
rosd from Darby rosd to the Davidson road: then a n
deg. i mln. . 3J 1-0 UK) poles to the beginning tlw
whole containing III) 4 10 acres. And also, one other
tract of land adjoining on the south of ti e above in
scribed tract, containing .10 acres, deeded by KllasSco
field and wile to Edwin Warren.
AppraLed at the 110 acre tract, 35 per a.-re
Ihe ." $ "
O. W. nUPIUAN, Sheriff,
Jan. 17-dltfc4w and Master Commissioner.
Printer's fees , $0 W
Master Cornmissioner'a Sale.
Philip Shapter 1
vs. J Superior Oourt.
?. 0. tligalns, et. si. )
r)V VIllIUKOr AN ORDF.H OF MAI. I
I to me directed, from the Bunerior Court
of Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door
oi tne uourt Mouse, in tne city or Columbus, on
Tbvsisday, thD 3Ut day of January, A. D. 161.
between the hours ot 10 o'clock A. M , and I o'clock P.
M., tho following dfscril.! premlsce. towlt: One undi
vide.l fourth part of the following tract or psreel of
land, iu said Franklin county, beginning at a bnrr ok
and two elms lu the West Hue of John Clark's Survey.
No. SiCi, itlrj poles South from th Nnnh-est corner
of said survey; thence North with the original line, u,
the origin:,! North-west corner of said survey; these
Esst 140 poles to a hickory aud small rherrv, andtwj
small dogwoods trom one slump; thence South lil poles
toa stake near two large burr oaks; thence Booth
deg. West 17ttl 10 poles to the lglnn'.ng, containing ont.
hundred and three acres.
AppraisedatSjXi per acre. -
0. W. IIUFFMAN, Sheriff,
decW;tdA4tw. and Master Commissioner
Printers' fee t l .10
Sheriffs Sale.
E him Drake
vs.
Eli K. Willinas.
Superior Couit.
BV VIHIUKOF A WHIT Ot' t l. t'A.
to me directed from the Superior Court of Franklin
County, O., I will offer for aale.fat the door of Ihe Court
House, In tlie city of Columbus, on
Saturday, the 26th day of January, A. D. ldCl,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M , and 4 o'clock P.
M.,tho following descrilied real estate situate In tlie Coun
ty of Franklin, and Stale ot Ohio, to wit: Deing part of a
certain tr.ctof land containing ninety. six and one quae
ter acres, (Mi';) situate on Dig Walnut Creek, Milttln
Township, lu range 17, Township i, quirter Township i,
beginning at astone In the Columbus and Johustoan
Turnpike road, the south west corner of David Usllt's
three acre tract, and north west corner to said !'. arre
tract, thence south thirty-two and one hajf rods to an
elm tree, thence east fifty and M-100 rod,, thence north
sixty and one half rods, (liO) thence west twenty four
and 3(1.100 rods, thence south six and 2111) rods thence
with said Turnpike road to tho beginning, rontaioing six
teen acres, more or less.
Appraised at l.".nu per acre.
Printer's Fees I Ml. U. W HUFFMAN. Sheriff,
ileclli:ltilr4w By Ed. Davis. Deputy.
Sherifl'sSfile.
Otlo Zirkle
vs.
Martin Trent e t al
I'
Superior Court.
BY VIIITI EOF AN OH DEB OF SALE
tn me directed from the above named Court I will
offer for sale at the door of the Court tlouse in the city
of Columbus, on
Saturday tho 9ihdayof February, A, D. 1861,
between the hours of IU o'clock a. at., and 4 o'clock u.
the following described real estate situate in ths county
of Frankliu and State of Ohio, to wll: Lots Nos. eight.
(H) ten, (10) and twelve (12) in Born and Jenner's Ad
dition to the city of Columbus, Ohio, as per recorded
plat of said Addition, In plat record No. one, (I) psgea
158 and I3'J, in the Recorder's ollice of tali Franklin
county, Ohio; and also the west half of In-lot eight nun
dred and forty-eight, (W. X of e4t) lu the city of Co
lumbus. Appraised at Lot No. S, '.'5n 00
" 10, I7S 00
' " IS, 17S Wl
The W. i of In-lot No. f ',!0 00
C. W. HUFFMAM, Sheria,
janR-dltwsw by in. Davis, Dep'ly
Prioteos fees $i SO.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
famuel Parson's Executors!
vs
f-nperlor Court
i
John K. Ilryl, et al. )
Y VIKTIIKOV AN OHDF.K OF SAl.t.
to
me aireetm, I mm the Sdperior Oourt of
Franklin county, Ohio, 1 will Oder for sale at the dou.
of the Court House, In tha city of Columbus, on
Saturday, tbe Kith day of February, A D. 1861,
between the hours ot 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p
in., the following descrilied real estate, situate in Ue
county or Franklin, aud State of Ohio, to wil; Lota
Nos. seven, (7) eight (ri) nine (!) and ten (10) of J.hn
and Heury filler's subdivision of Iota Nos. eighty nine
(Mil) uinely, (Isi)aiid ninety oae, (III) ef Crosby's addl
lion to out-lols east of Columbus, aa dehueated an the
plat thereof, recorded lu volume one, page aeveuty nf
uie rernni o, piais or sam roaniy.
Appraised at Lot Nos. 7. 8, and S at 300 00 each
Lot No, IU. 4IH1 00
0. W. HUFFMAN,
Jan 1 1-dltAwsl. Master Oominlsstnner.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Amos McNjiry,
vs. 5 Superior Court.
II. Crary. etal, V
BY VIKTII1E OF AN OltDFIt OF Al.t
to me directed, from the Superior Oourt of Franklin
county, Ohio, 1 will ofler for sale at the door of the Court
Bouso, In the city of Columbus, on
Saturday the IGih day or February, A. D. 1861,
between tho hours o' 10 o'clock a. m and 4 o'clock p,
nt., the fntlewlng described real estate situate In the
county or rranaitu an.i elate oi uimi, to nit: Lot No.
u in ii. crary and others addition to the city of Oolam.
bus, Ohio. .
Appraised at $17."i 00..
8. IF nuFFMAN.ffiftirf
Janll-dltw4t. and Master Coram Lsioiur.
HENRY . TOW,
Whilesale and Retail Dealer la
Foreign & Domestic Cigars,
an strr aiaroa - '
Smoking: & Chen lug Tobacco.
Alio, It ttst qtallty of tKVtrt eoaitantl
Oft hand. , , , . . t ,
JJ j'Oountry Merchants are Invited to rail hefore par
chasing elsewhere.
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET. " .
Bet. Main and Byearaora, "
novgl wCm CIKCITfTATI.
THE KECEPTION IIOOP IKIHT.
Ihe most graceful and elegant skirts i et rtfr-red for
tale. Antw lot Just opened by PETER tilH
oec. 11. No. W Bouth Ilijib. street.

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