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70L VII. NO. 202. NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIOMESDAFEVENING: JANUARY 30-1861.
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D A.ILY, TEI-WEZKLY AUD WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PUBLISH) BB AND FB0PBI1T0BS.
i CT OffiM Dm. 86, 88 and 40, Horth High St.
, VERMS IJTVAHIABLT IS ADVANCE." ".
Daily ' . . . . $6 00 par year.
By die Carrier, per week, W4 tunU.
trl-WsjHy
0 par yr.
Weekly
. . 1 00
eriu (. Advertising by the qnre.
ci square 1 y!.i... 820 00
One " II inonthe 18 00
ne ' 6 month! IS 00
jue " 3 months 10 00
dot. 2 month! 8 00
3ne " 1 month. S 00
One square S weeks. . 4 00
One " Bweeke.. 3 00
One " 1 week... 1 7S
One " 3 days... 1 00
One " 8 days ... ' 75
One " 1 insertion 50
Dtsplayel Advertlstiueate belt more then the ebore
Advettlsements leaded end placed In the eolamn of
rfpeclal Notice," (UntOlt in ordinary ram.
All notices required to be published by lw, legal rate.
' ' if ordered on thelneMeexoluslvelyeftertuenrstweex
pet cent, more than the aboye rates; but ill such wll
aunear In the Trl-Weeklr Without cbante.
Business Cardj, not exceeding Are lines, per year, In
t ile, f'J 50 per line; outside a.;,
Notloea of meetings, chart tables octettes, fire companies,
kc, half prlee. .....
All transient adturtisemtnti mutt be paMJor M
l-lvanc Tse rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, same prlcaas the Dally, where the adrertlaer
seethe Weekly alon. Where e Dally and Weekly
a re both used, then the charge tor the Weekly will be
0,.l' the rates of the Bally
No advertisement taken erfcept for a definite period.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring Ac Water St.,
Oolumtoua , Olaio
W. B. POTTS & CO.,
And Manafacturers of "tlrass and Composition Oasllogf,
linialtcd Brass Work of all Descriptions.
Electro
Plating
and
Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl liO-dly
Dr. J. 8. Beau man
A KESIDENT DEHTI8T.
A
M. THOSE KEUiriKINGTIIESEH
. Tlces of a Dentinal, asd faToring Sr. B. wltli lhir
oatronaie may rely on naring aatisiacuon rtyen. -roe
fee will be required on the oompletlon of an operation
Office four Doors North of the American Hotel, over
Kuoiisiirs uat store.
OolnmbnsJan. 7tlly
v F. A. B. SIMKLN3,
Attorney at Xjaxt
' - AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Anions Building, opposite Capitol Square.
OOL0MBU8, OHIO;
OOXjiTXRX3E3XJO
Machine Manufacturing Company
r . ; ANOrAOTDUtBil Of
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
' Oaitingi, XUl-6earInf, KMhlnerr.'
- ' ALIO, '
ZVallxroAd. Work
: or iTaar pncairnoN.
. COE,CiriBC8, OHIO.
0BA8. AMB0B, Bnp't. P. AMBOg.iTreu.
. deell. 1858-tf '
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolii!
.Through to Indlanaoolis withont Change of Can
and bat One Change of Care between i
. Columbun and St. Louis.. .-. ..
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. firstTtrain.
(Dally, Mondays excepted.)
NIGHT IXPRK83, via Dayton, at 8:45 a. m., Stop
ping at London, Xenla, Dayton, Ulddletowo and Hamil
ton, arriTlnc at Cincinnati at 8:20 a. m.;Dayton at 5:45
a. ., Indianopolls at 10-.48 a. m.lft. LouUat 11-50
. SECOND TRAIN. : I
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m., stopping at all Sta
tion, between Columbus and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m., Dayton at 9:15a. m.,
Indianopolls af;8 P- m.
, THIRD TRAIN.
DAT KXPBK88,at S:30p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston, Cedarrllle, Xenla,
Bpring Tallsy, Oorwin, Morrow,. Deer&eld, poster's.
Loreland, Hillfordand Plalnyille, arrlring at Cincin
nati at 740 p. m.t 8t. Louis at 18 m; Dayton at 5 J5 p,
m.; Indianopolls at 10:38 p. m.
eplns; Cars on all Nlsr
ClncinBsttl and Indii
lit Train to
anapolisj.
B AGO AGE CHECKED THROUGH.
for further Information and Through Tickets, apply to
M. L. DOHKHTY,
Tlefcet Agent, Union Depot. Columbus, Ohio.
K. W. WOODWARD,
Superintendent, Cincinnati.
, , , JNO. W.DOUaiaT
' jul3 Agent, Columbus,
Just Received!
HF. Cn SHEEN and BLACK
Ta;i inn bars crime Rio Oonee.
100
1 SO pocketa old Dutch OoTernment Jara Coffee.
TAMgeueyionuoBce. -SOObbls.
standard White Sugars, consisting of Pow
deed, Obrnshed, dranulated A and B Coffee.
SO quintals George Bank Codfish. . ,
- 0 bb is. Mess and No, 1 Maeterol. . ' i
f 8 toe. Plok Salmon. - ' ' -
lOO bm. Layer Halslna. - ;
SOhf. box do.,- do . ' .
iiular.hm da ' da '
lOO M Cigars, different brands and grades.
WM. McDOMALn.
nov , i . . .
M. 1M POWERS & BRO
'" . DIALERS IN IISrORTIS AND D0ME8T1O
CIGAHS,
T0BA00O, . if-' c .; .
' BNDf f,
, . AND FANCT ARTICLES
No. 1 1 East atate) Street, between nigh and
the Post-OBice, Columbus, Ohio. ocw:uum
GOIjPEK HII.L. MHIHTNt
GOLDKN HILL BHIHT8, - ,
- QOLD1N HILL SHIRTS.
. The nattern of these shirts are new. The Bodies, Yokes,
sleeree and bosoms are formed to fit the person with ease
and eomfort. The mark upon each one designating the
else may tie reiieu on as Ming correct, and eacnenirtis
.guaranteed well made. A lull stock of all qualiUes
constantly ror saie at u aim's,
, . DoeiM. - No. South Bigh street.
FANCY DKESM NII.KS, .
, . IAN0Y DKK38 SILK8, . '
IAN0Y DRESS SILKS.
We are now offering our immense stock ef Fancy Dress
' Bilks at prlcee less than ever nerore onerea in this olty
Th attention of the ladles of this city and vtcinlts a
, aelielted, ae ear stock la Tsry asleut and complete lu all
redeaof coodaln this line. . uAin,
noJI No. 88 Btnth High street.
ror medical Purposes." .. .
PTJRS BRANDDI1S. WrNIB, CORDIALS, AND BIT
nae, frost -'Bonded Warehouse " . .
, . , WM. MoDONALD, ". ' 1
. norCT 106 Sooth High street.
H C ALTESK Jr. T SI HEAD LACE B1ITTS
1Y1 of elegant qualiUes for Ladles) also, Hisses' Mitts
.- great variety at . stain s.
. ..tarsi . ..;'? -t
ANNUAL PROSPECTUS
or
ONE DOLLAR
PREMIUMS
THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN IS PRINTED ON
A MAMMOTH
' AT THE LOW RATE OFJ
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
It it (in old and reliable Democratic: Journal, and, at a political paper, Las
No Superior in Ohio or any other State!
n addition to its political character, it is a first class newspaper, furnishing its readers with the
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An epitome of the stirring events constantly occurring at home and abroad, and choice miscel
laneous selections. It also gives the latest and most reliable
From all the principal marts of Trade and Commerce.
The Business Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each find their tastes and interests consulted and attended to in the columns of
THIEj -WHJIDIXj-Sr STATES 3VI -A. 3XT..
During the session of Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Wriut Statu
man will be furnished with a concise report of the doings of each of those bodies.
' During the post year, the circulation of the Wikkxy Statesman has increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelvo months ago. It is our desire to extend its cir
culation, not only in Ohio,
But in all the States and Territories West of TJs!
In proportion as it is diffused among the people, its usefulness will be increased; and we invite
our politioal and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Wcnur Statesman 4
The Largest Possible Circulation
Among the people. The price of the rwper is so low that no Democrat need be without it ' As
an inducement to friends to aid us in increasing the circulation of the Wicxxt Statesman, we
will give
A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLARS
To the person who will, by the 1st day of January, 1861, send ue the largest Club of yearly
subscribers, with the cash for the some; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person who sends us the
second largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who sends us
the third largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; and to each person who sends us a Club of
. ten yearly subscribers, with the cash for the same, we will send a copy of the
Weekly Statesman One Tear without Charge!
IT Those who are willing to compete for the Premiums' or solicit subscribers for the States
man, can cut this Prospectus out of the paper and attach to it a strip of writing paper, on which
to record the names of all persons who may become subscribers.
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
- PUBLtBHB&fl OHIO STATESatAlt.
thi
PER ANNUM!
FOR CLUBS!!
NAMES.
STONE'SBAZAAR,
)N"6. 4 Gwvnne Block.
A. P. STONE & O'HARRl
ABENOWHECEIVINOTIIEIBWIJI.
IK ft GOODS, and inrite the public to Inspect
them. No such stock of Goods has ever been brought to
this market. The South, in consequence of the failure
of the grain crop, has not been able to purchase the ne-ualqu--"ty
of rich goods, and this fact has forced the
lmporUt ' , seM-Lhem at publlo auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Stone) being In New York at these large sales, took
adrantate of them, and we can and will sail our goods
here, at less than any one whs purchased two weeks since,
paid for them In New York. Our stock Is complete In
erery department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BROCHE VALENCI AS,
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURG3,
DYED COBUGS:
BLACK ALPACAS,
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKSI
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At one hall tbe Coat I inkpoitatlon.
LADIES' FURS,
In all Varieties, of tbe Celebrated
mannfatare )f C. G. Ous
there eV Ban. ' . '
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Men's, Ladles and Children's Cnrfor Shirts and Drawers;
Ladies, Hlssee ana unuaren e Hosiery or an ainas, u
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Oloves
of every make. . .
I ALSO "
A complete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of
LADIES' CLOTHS,
CASSIMEkKS, I
OVERCOATINGS,
TWEEDS,
FLANNELS,
RIBBONS,
DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Camlrlc Hind-
kerchieli, Ac, &o. .
fa neraonawho call on ns, we pledge our words to
show them tbe lartest, beet and choapeet stock of floods
ever scan In this market, or pay them one dollar per
nourwniie loosing.
ueoi-aiyxtawitw. - btunb at o uanna.
GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
WM.B, MOREHOUSE & CO,
Importers and Wholesale Healers in. ..
Brandies, Wlnei, Oins and Segars,
beg leave to eall the attention of the eltlaene of the Uni
ted States to their Pure Wines and Liquors, pat up an
dcr th.lrown aunervlslon. for family and Medical nse.
Incases assorted to suit customers. Clubs, Military and
other public bodies, who require to purchase in large er
email quantities, In casks or bottles, will be liberally
dealt with, fries List sent on application.
OLD MOREHOUSE BITTERS.
' Recommended by the Bret physicians as the beet reme
d known for Dniwn.l. Indication, Debility, and all
Nervous Slseaaes. At n beverage, It to pare, whole
some, and delicious u tne taste. om try au Druggists
' '' WY.B.M0RBn(TOBI09.,rrop'n, ..
Sfc SKxcbanfe rises, '
'' I JereeyCllj, N..',
- P. 8. The subscribers wish to engage a fewaetlvs
men, as Local and Traveling Agenta for their house, te
whose Uberal lndaoeeaeals wui he enorea. ver partle
alars, addrasa e abere. " . i ,i oeMMa
Fk.IS.CT LINEN AND SJII.K FANS) IN
new stylesi ejtlbbon Bound, Sxteasloa end In
dian rantat " ir(
aaylta Re. Mloata High street
NAMES.
Fire Insurance!
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Fire & Life Insurance Co.
37 Castle street, Liverpool . SO and SI Poultry, London.
Office, 56 Wall and 61 Pine streets, New York.
THOMAS HOODIE, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Paid np Capital, Hnrplue
and Keeerved Funds. ....... $0,006,585
Invested Inthl Country aver. .800,0(10
leany saevenne, over .-.X, 600,000
Urine Shareholders Dertonallv resooislbte for en
gagements of tbe Company. All Directors must be Share
holders. Directors and Shareholders In New York :
James Brown, Esq., Chairman. Irancls Oottenet, Kaq.,
Deputy Chairman.
I. M. Arohlbald.n.B.M. Consul. Bueene Dutllh. Kta.
Joseph Oalllard, Jr.,E-q. Ii. Grinnell, lsq.
Alexander Hamilton. Jr., Esq. E. I. Sanderson, Esq.
Ami. UmiLTON, Jr., Esq.,
Oounsal of the Boaid,
AmtkD Ftxb, Esq., Resident SeoreUry.
Local Board In Cincinnati: '
N..W. Thomas, Esq. J. D.Jones, Esq. RufuiEing.lsq.
Thompson Maare, kiq. Bob t Buchanan, Esq.
The nnderelrned. Agent In this oltv. will be hannv to
receive applications for Insurance In the above Company,
AT TU1 CITY BANK.
Be can recommend It with entire confidence to all desir
ous of obtaining prelection against L08o BY IIHK.
No Charga for Polioien.
novl8-tf THOB.MOODIE.
HOLIDAYS i
FANCIES.
Bach trtUlH u yon dwfre for your HUSBAND
Bach as you need for your WIFB .
Buchasarep'oper for your DACOHTER.
Such as your 8I8TBR will prj you for.
Booh at your BROTHER cast we. :'C
Bach as yon wont for " THE ONE YOTJ LOVE BEST.'
Such as will be good for the 14 BLESSED BABY."
Such as all tek for, -
May be found In variety, In my new stock of
WATCHER, CHAINS, JEWELRY,
PLATED GOODS,
And general assortment of ' : , ...
Fancy and Useful Articles.
WM. BLYNN,
No. io Buckeye Block.
December, 1800.
FAMILY FLOCH.
-yniTE wnEAT, branded
BNO V FLAKE."
From ''Barnett Mills," Springfield, 0. the best brand of
r tour nrougni to eur maraei. tiatttraetton guaranteed,
lor sale only at : WM. MoDONALD'B,
nore lOH south uigh street.
Holiday -Presents. :
CAMCOI
chimt:
. DeLAINEM. lllKHINOrl.
TZE8. DHESS) SILKS, and all
kinds of fathlonablo
Winter Creew Croods.
we erenow offering at very low prices. ' '
rBTatl BAIN,
decSl. No. S9 Bouth Ulsh street.
High Sreet Store
FOR SALE. '
TnE THREE STORY FIRE PROOF
BTORY HOUBB. No ISS. occupied ev Akin a Em.
ei y, Stove Dealers, completely fitted with (Gas, yarn Ice
and Hoisting Jack. The lot la 100 by 80, and is offered
on reasonable terms. appiy to ,
' WM. B- BROWN, ,
Jao7-dfel t " No. 33, North Third Street.
Watches and Jewelry.'
A FINE ASNORTRIENT OF WATCH
ee. Clocks, Jewelry, Bilverware, do., kept ooustant
y on hand at
R. KIRKPATRIOK'S,
No. I6S, South nigh Btreet, Columbus, 0.
JLT Watches and Jewolry repaired, , , -
GENTI.I i.JEN'S NECK TIEN,
. GUMLHMHN'8 NECK TIKH, 1 ! ',
flBNTLBUGN'a NKOKTIS.
The most desirable assortment In the elty end aUnustl-
ly low prices. PKTBR BAIN.
nevW. - Ke. 89 South High street.
fJLEGANT PLAIN BLACK MILKS I0R
JL Street Basques and Mantles; Also, Rich Trlmmta
and Tussle to match, at . .., i .BAM
ssarSI, ,r i -.-I . .ii ,i i
PPLESI APPLES)!
100 bbls. Choice Apnlee received en eenslmment
for sale by
AtolLElte KBST1SAUX,
M N. High street.
6 00
3 00
100
Trl-Weekly, per ;ear
Weekly, per yea
Dally, per year,
The Treaty History of the Navigation of the
Mississippi.
[From the New Orleans Picayune]
It la now nearly a century since questions
about ftbe navigation ' of the Mississippi
were tbe subject . of necoclatlon'and compromise
assosg European powers, inese Degan wnen
the vast interior was an uninhabited wilderness
tbe banks of tbe great river itself had but few
and scattered settlements, and Us whole com
merce reached onlyA few miles from Its mouth,
and amounted to a few thousands of dollars.
When these States were oolonles of Great Bri
tain, a mere slip along tbe Atlantlo coast, when
all beyond tbe Alleghsnies was unbroken forest,
and tbe lower Mississippi, belonging to foreign
powers, was dotted aloue tbe ooast with a few
military posts, France, England and Spain, in
view ol the prospective grandeur of the com
merce of the great Valley, were contending
agtinst'each other for idvilcges in the river. -
By the peace ot Paris, concluded ii 1763, be
tween Great Britain, Frao.ce and Spain where
by tbe old French war, as it is known in our
colonial history, was closed Great Britain ac
quired, in addition to ber original colonies,
Canada from France and tbe Florida! from
Spain. France retained and was confirmed In
her dominion over Louisiana, which then Inclu
de d all tbe territory on the west bank of tbe
Mississippi from Us source, aud the Island ol
Orleans on the east bank of the river, whioh
reached from the bayou Iberville to the Gulf.
France accordingly had possession of both banks
of tbe river from Iberville down.
By the treaty of 1763 the boundary between
Louisiana and the British possessions ran
through the middle of tbe Mississippi river, from
Its souroe to tbe mouth of tbe Iberville, tbeoce
through Likes Maurepas and Pontchartrain to
the gulf.
By that treaty it was agreed that the subjects
of Great Britain should have the right forever
of navigating tbe Mississippi from its source
to the sea, and all its passages, in or out,
"without being molested or stopped, or subject
ed to the payment of any duty whatsoever."
But France had, contemporaneously witb tbe
negotiations which led to this treaty, made a
secret treaty, ceding to Spain the whole of
Louisiana as it remained to her after tbe treaty.
Spain thereupon auoneeded to tbe rights aud
obligations towards England, including the
stipulation for the perpetual free navigation of
the Mississionl river.
By tbe treaty oi 1783 the indepondenoe of
the United Blet was acknowledged hi Ureal
Britain. Contemporaneously with a osssion of
the Florida to Sp&in, with the definition of the
thirty-Urn degree or latitude as tbe northern
boundary line of the Florida, from Ibe Mitsig
sippl river esstward to the Cbatabpocbee. The
western boundary of the United States was de
fined as it had been in the treaty of 17C3, with
Franoe, except that the southern point en tbe
river was fixed to be at tbe intersection of tho
thirty-first parallel of latitude, instead of tbe
mouth of the Iberville. , ,
Tbe eight article of the treaty was as fol
lows: .'
Tbe navigation of the river Mississippi, from
its source to the ocean, shall forever remain
free and open to the subjects of Great Britain
and tbe citisens of tbe United States. . i .
Great Britain had previously- the same stip
ulation with France, when France possessed
tbe (whole right bank of the Mississippi, and
Jurisdiction over one-half of the river-r stip
ulation, the obligations of which passed to
Spain, which had. aueceedea to tbe dominion.
Great Britain, on ceding her sovereignty to tbe
United States, stipulated for a continuance of
tbe same privilege from the United States. :
The United tilatee also succeeded to tbe
riebta of Eogland, derived from tbe treaty of
UbJ wim franco, to wnion spam naa succeed
ed
Between 1763 and 1795 this subject was much
contested by Spain, aud caused neat excitement
in the western country. . Spain denied the right
or navigation ana soon alter tne treaty made
regulations for the collection of heavy duties on
imports all the way down tne Mississippi river,
and establishing military posts and appointing
officers with instructions, collected tbe duties by
military force. This was in furtherance of a
scheme of Spanish policy, to create a dissatis
faction with tbe federal government in the Wet
tern States and detach them from the federal
Union, then under the government of the old
confederation. The intrigues .for that object,
form, however, a different branch of the subjsot
from that whieb we are considering. Theolaim
of Spain wm denied very strenuously by tbe
government; but Spain was unyielding, and the
agitation continued to the year 179S, when the
treaty of Madrid was concluded, tinder Wash
ington's administration, between tbe United
States and Spain. t
That treaty contains twojprovisioos in respect
to the navigation of tbe Mississippi. , .
The second clause of the fourth article pro
vides: 4.-
His Catbolio Majesty has likewise agreed
that the navigation of tbe said river (the Mis
sissippi,) its whole breadth, from its source to
tbe ocean, shall be free only to bis subjects and
the citissna oi the United 8tates, unless he
should extend this privilege to the subjeots of
otber i Powers by special convention.
By the twenty-second article the right of de
posit is regulated thus:
His Catbolio Majesty will permit the cltiztns
of tbe United States, for the space of three
years from this lime, to deposit their merchan
dises and effects in tbe port of New Orleans,
and to export mem rrom thence without paying
any ether duty than to pay a fair price for the
hire or tbe stores, ana bis Aisjestr promises
sither to continue this permission, if he finds
that during that time It la not prejudicial to the
Inter rats oi opsin, or tr ne should not agree to
continue It thus, he will assign to tbem. on an
other part of the bank Of the Mississippi, en
equivalent establishment.
Ht una treat, tne treat naatratinn nr tho
er waa again specially confirmed by Spain to
the states wmcn naa previously succeeded to it,
bv their treaty, irom tingiaod, whioh rested on
her previous treaties with France, by whioh
soain was aisooouna. . -
Tbe Western people were comparatively out,
et while the right of deposit oontinned, but at
the expiration of the three years it was not re
newed, nor was another place designated, and a
new exoitemeni was created, and expeditions
projected in the Western States for the seizure
oi Mew uneans. ine ngni was restored by
the Spanish government la 1799, restored sgaln
In 1801. susDended again in 1802 end rMtrul
In 1803, when the subject was finally put at rest
by tne conclusion oi ine treaty oy wrnoh Louis
Una was purchased by the United States, and
the whole of the Mississippi Iriver, from its
souroe to Its mouth included within the territo
rial limits of the United States. i
The Dorchase of Louisiana was made (ram
France in 1803: but it bad remained in the dm-
session of Spain up to within a few days of the
transter rrom rranoe to ins united btates.
Tbe treaty of transfer from France to Spain was
negotiated in 1H0U. By the convention of that
vear between Napoleon, First Consul of tha
French republic and tbe King of Spain France
obtained a retrocession ot the Province of Lou
Isisna, to be delivered six months after the exe
cution of certain conditions therein named, the
principal or wnien was tne transfer of Ibe kins-
dom of Etruria (tbe present Tuscany,) in Italy,
to the Duke of Parama, son-in-law of the reign,
log King. ' The estimated value of tbe Italian.
territories was luo.ooo.uuur, which is the nam
lnal value then placed on the whole territory.
Bat the delivery was not actually made until
the 90th of November, 1803, after the slneina-
of the treaty of transfer from France to tbe
United Stites. The French flag continued to
fir until the 30th of December, when the Terri
tory was formally surrendered to Messrs. Clai-
boreand wiutmson, commissioners of the Unl
ted Btatce. . ' i o i u-u-.t . s-1
- Que foreign privilege only, existed on. the
Mississippi after this date; which was the right
of the British to roe navigation, under the
treaty otl7G3,to the obligation of which tbe
United Btates succeeded, as successors or opsin
and France, as well as by tbe treaty of 1783
between tbe United States and Great Britain.
The Same privilege was especially confirmed
and enlarged by the treaty of 1794, between
Ureal Britain and the United States. . -l
The war with Great Britain put an end to
that, and a renewal was reiusoi by tbe Ameri
can Commissioners who negotiated the peace
or loia.. ...
These are all the treaties whleh bare regu
lated abe Mississippi navigation for a hundred
years, tij all or them tbe navigation has been
deolared freo to all (inhabitant -pi) It; backs,
and, moreover, through all that time, the doo.
triue of the Americans, as colonies and Stacss,
has been that tbe freedom of navigation is a
natural right, for which treaty stipulations are
only matters of convenient legislation.
The Fortifications in Louisiana.
The New Orleans Delia of a recent date,
speaking of the condition of the fortifications
la that State previous to the occupation by the
State troops, says: '. I .
We have procured from verv competent au
thority important and interesting facts con
cerning the military positions nod fortifications
of Louisiana. All tbe fortified places are near
New Orleans, aud were intended to command
the varioua approaches from a seaward direo
tion to - that city. As far as land works are
available for defence, they fulfill a very useful
purpose. But, auxiliary to these, we need also
a naval force, or at least floating ''batteries to
protect tbe mouth of the Mississippi and the
bsyous and inlets by which the oity may be ap
proached from the sea- To prevent or break
up a blockade, however, sn efficient naval force
would be indispensable.
We will briefly indicate the situation and
ohaiaoter of tbe forts in our neighborhood, as
given to ns by Mnjor Blanehard, of this city,
commenoing with
FORT PIKE, RIO0LETJ.
Thtfl I A. ejUDmnitfd fnct.. CiWiiatAfl nn It, a
North Pass. beten Likn Rnrnna and I.alro
Pontchartrain, and commauds most of the nav-
igniion oeiwetn new urieacs aud tbe Uult.
t ia iu nu excellent condition, i ne aeieuce
'ill be IncreAhed hv the nrnnnaml mi!,jt;.itti..n
of 4-8 columbiads and 7-S seacoaet howitzers
for g many twenty-lour pouuderd.- Tho sea
Wall Of ttlA hnHnUnl IlHa anmA ATlanilnn Vn
enlarging the gun platforms, re-arranging
urawonuge, ana extension ot sea w.ill, an ap
propriuuon win ne necaca.
BATTERY AVENUE, BAYCU BIEVENUE.
Thfa haa nn ffarrfinn. ttnf n fuw f,,,r,n T,
uatVd near tbe entrance of Ibe bayou into Lake
Dorgiie, commands sn important approach to
New GrlesDS, and' also into two other larce
bayous. This work is generally ia good condi
tion, and. with the rrncntinn nf tsn otoht. im.h
coluznbiad platforms, is ready for its armament.
rur iue rereimeni oi interior slope oi parapet,
Which needs renewing. Ifc ia nrnnaArf tn unhjri
tute a brick breast high wail.
FORT LIAINGSTON, GRAND TERRE ISLAND.
A larfffi fnrt. .nnfintuhed ct:ta,nj , ,t,A
mouth of Barrataria bay, sod commands tho
ppiv;u .u new uricuua vj tue uiyoa Barra
taria. This la near tho tita nt tha oaloHr.tiul P.i nr
Lafitto.
FORT MACOMS, CHEF MENTEUR.
between Lakea Bnrin and Pnntr.har.ruin Nn
garrison of United States troops
i nis rora, wmcn is in pretty good condition,
is (ready for its original ormament, part of
wnica enouia.no werer.be replaced by 4-U co
lumbiads. and 7-fi hnwilcora. f.i hint, r.1...
W war a-Ha. a au V UIVU ayetatj-
forms are still to be provided. The drawbridge
it aume repairs, aiso, me revetment ot tne
counterscarp. The revetment of the bank of
tbe bayou ought to be extended.
TOWNER AT PROCTOR'S LANDING, LAKE BORGNE.
Unfinished. SltnatArl .Itfi.anJ nfihaMav.
loan Gulf Railroad, on Lake Borgne.
FORT ST. PHILIP, MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
Casemated fort, verr etrontr. moat of it puna
mounted. Ia nitimtoH nn tha tuft r...,i
of tbe MiEsbeippi river, opposite Fort Jackson,
and commands tbe navigation of the river.
This Is tbe fort which was bombarded in 1815
by the British. It was commanded by Major
Overton, the uncle of our nraafint fnvrnnr. TV
Overton Moore.
FORT JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
Casemated fort: has nearly all its trims and
plenty of ammunition. Situated on the right
(west) bank of the Mississippi, about seventy
miles from New Orleans, and about twenty
five miles from the bead of the passes leading
into the Gulf ot Mexico, It is a strong fori,
and commands the navigation in connectioi
with Fort St. Phillip,
In addition to the above fortified works, we
have in Louisiana the following military sta
tion! and buildings:
infantry barracks, three miles below' New
Orleans, on tbe left back of tbe Mississippi; has
good quarters for sbout one thousand men.
inlantry barracks, at Baton Roiice. for five
hundred men.' -
Arsenal, at Baton Rogue, with a full eunnlv
of arms of all kinds."
to From these rough data it Is rrettv evident
that Louisiana is singularly fortunate in resour
ces of , war and preparations for defence. It
would be diffionlt to point to any couutrv of the
same extent belter provided in this respect than
she is. All she needs is a navy commensurate
with her land defences and forces, to render her
a formidable warlike power.
Parson Brownlow
The following article wo rtlinfrnm tha ITnnr.
Title (Tenn.) Whig, which is edited by the re-
nowueu rareon orowniow:
TOO CtM'l MTtMIOATI OS
8ubtlbers ia South Carolina, Alabama, and Qeoreia
re I coujmnuy aenoing in tneir tnsuitlug epistles te us
and ask a discontinuance of Iheir papers, beoause we are
opposed to Beet Ml en. We receive as many new patrons
as we lose old oaes, but If we were to reoelve none, and
every man on our list were withdrawn, weoould have
nu part or lot in tne victoaiiett and treason of Seces
sion. This eiTort to break up this government, led on
by South Carolina, is a bold, wicked, daring, and dam
nable not, for whleh Its guilty leaders ought to be lg
nominiously executed! This whole eeheme of diiunion,
Is a moreconsumate Abolition eontriranca than star m
devised at the Norlh, by the moernltra anti-slavery man
and will work the greatest mischief to the slate popula
tion the country. It will bring about the overflow of
slavery, one hundred years sooner than tha Republican
party wuiu uavv uuue ii.
The Ootton States may to out of the Union tha Knr
der States may go out with them all, together, may
form a Southern Confederacy.. We shall adhere to our
Union, Constl'utlon and laws; and denounce secession
and the miserable Southern Confederacy that may spring
i rum ii, aim mum wiiu uroutfiiK ltanouc. tnnnirn it maw
oostusouijiire upon theseaffoldl Nay, we shall dareaay ia
wi. htii v, eouut varoiina, mat ine.-reueral Oovern
ment ought te enforce the laws, oollect her menus, and
lash the rebellious Stiles back Into line, at Ibe point of
uie wuru, auj mo ukjbui oi mo cannon l
We have ne deslie to live under any government or
ganised and controlled by the coriunt. wicknl. anri hall.
denrviog villaini who lead this revolution In tbe South.
What is a Columbiad.
IcQuirles are made las to the nature of the
oannon called Columbiads. We find- the fol
lowing description of these formtdubln runa in
an exchange: '., ,, .
A ColurabUd Is a heavy run. oanable of nrotutiai, a
wiuu .uu. ui atran wuu iarg cnarge oi powder, and at
an angle of projection from live degreee below to thirty
above the horiaon; It may be eaid, therefore, to eemklne
uie. eeeenuai quauuee er the gun, the howibter, the
mortar, and may be used In place of either one er tbe
ether of these pieces in sea-coast defense. It does not
differ In Ite external shape from ordinary tea coast
cannon. - -.
At present there are two sixes of Columbiads In use In
eur servloe, vis: the elihl Inch and the ten-inch. The
former weighs about 9,000 lbs., the charge of powder 10
lbs., the eolid shot 61 lbs., and the shall 48 Ibe. The
latter weighs about IS.OOS lbs. , the charge of powder 16
lbs., ue solid snot ira 11a., and tnesneii tuu lbs. .
. It Is understood that a certain number ot ten-Inch Col
Bmblade are mounted en barbttt. or upon the moalala-
vUd portion ef tort Sumpter, as tbe extra range of
unj pwn a n.Bi nn. hiios. an axcons ot country
about all m Use in diameter will be commanded by them;
this, however, doee not embraoe the city of Charlaiton.
for that la understood to be about 3'mllee from the fort,
tort Moultrie being only about a mile distant, and be
ing witbeaS eeeemenle to protaet ite mrrnwa or arma
ment,. Is subject to tbe direst Are et the Columbiads et
tert Sawpter. ,
A Man Who Lived Twelve Days Without Food.
' The Paris, (Ky.) Citizen 'relates an Inci
dent of a striklno- nharanlar. On Mnnriav
ning ljt, Mr. Wm. Tt Rsdmon, of Bourbon
eOUntV. whilfl naaatna a vananft ahantw nui ihai
residence of, George L. Redmon, was attracted
uj Kruaue proueeaing Ifosa, Ualilog to Ueo.
L. and George Cduion, wbssere nearby, they
entered thn nahln and fniinii a'man l1nr tn
loft, in the last stages of debility, and almost
uicicee. nrim mucn aimouiiy, occasioned by
tfaa Weakness and trvnUAnt falntimranf tha man.
II JJ, n . .. f.
iuov auoceeacu in rAmnwino him tn tha hAma a
GeoreaL! Redmon. wh apa. nnrlAr madlnal rj-Aata
suviit uu aiuu nursing, ne soon began to re
... , , , .
rim. iu awaoger, project io Deauerman,
WbO Cava his Dam's jrP.rlorIn Wlhaln,. a
shoemaker by trade, and twenty-nine years
VIU
He says he has a brother la Louisville that
I waa thrown out nf erunlnvmant In Frank
he
where he had been atjwork had sought work
Liexingiou, wincnesier, mi. sterling, and
North Middle town that falling to find employ
meot. de.AtitlltA nf m nana and hnna. tivswl anrt
hungry, but preferring to starve rather than beg,
us ii a u .nut iuiu wun auaaty.ou me via to uio, tie
says the last meal he had eaten waa near North
Middletown on thai 9th In tha
the Mr. Redmons saw him in the shanty on the
a.n, ana mere is no reason to doubt tne fact
that ho had lived without food or fire for twelve
days. He Is desoribed ss a deoent looking man,
WAS VArT wall nlal end halt with hint a iupn.1
big and set of shoemakers' tools. The only
money he bad we the sum of twenty-five
cents.
Scrofula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of tlte
Dioou, by wmcn this nma becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it
pervades the whole body, and may burst out
in disease on any part of it. No organ is free
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
cnuscu by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, tho depressing vices, and,
nbovo all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be its origin, it is hereditary in the con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the third and fourth generation 5 " indeed,
it seems to be the Tod of Him who says, 1'I
will visit the iniquities of tho fathers upon
tncir eiuluron.
Its cfleets commence by deposition from tho
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in tho glands, swellings; and on
tho surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in tho blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaint's, but they lutvo fur less power to with
stand tho attacks of other diseases: conse
quently vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nature,
arc still rendered fatal by this taint in the
svstem. Most of tho consumption which de
cimates the human family has its origin directly
in this scrofulous contamination ; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all tho organs, arise from or
arc aggravated by the same cause.
One quni tcr of all our people aro Bcrofulous ;
their 'persons aro invaded by this lurking in
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
Such a medicine we supply in
AYER'S
Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. It is com
bined from the most active remeuials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of the
system from its destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise trom it, such as .Lruftivb
and Siutt Diseases, St. Anthony's Fiue,
Rose, or Eiiysu'elas, Pimpi.es, Pustules,
Blotches, Bi.ainb and Boils, Tumors, Tetteb
and Salt Riieuu, Scai.d Head, Kmowonu,
ltiiKUMATibM, Syphilitic and Mehcuuiai. Dis
eases, Dikipsy, Dyspepsia, Deiiilitv, and,
indeed, all Complaints akirinq fuom Vitia
ted 011 Impudr Blood. The popular belief
in 11 immarity of the blood " is founded in truth,
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health is impossible ia
contaminated constitutions.
AYEE'S
Ague Cure,
ron. the speedy curs or
1
Intermittent Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fever, Chill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache, or Billons
Headache, and liillons Fevers, Indeed
for the whole class of dleeaaea originat
ing in uuiarjr arrangement, caused uy
the Malaria ot Dllasiuatio Countries.
We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless m any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. This
"Cuiir" expels tho miasmatic poison of Fevek
and Aoue from tho system, and prevents the de
velopment of tho disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not only
tho beet remedy ever yet discovered. for this class
of complaints, hut also the cheapest. The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
I'eveii and AatiE prevails, every body should
have It and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over ony
other ever discovered for the speedy nnd certain
cure of Intermittents is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no qtuuism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion, 'ihose cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had nerer had the disease.
1 ever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the miasmatic poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which are
Neurahia, liheumntitm. Gout, Hcatiacht, Blind
ness, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal
pitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen, Ilytter.
ice, Pain in the Bowels, Colic, Paralysis ana De
rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating ill this cause, put on the intermittent
tvpe, or become periodical. This " Cuke " expels
tne poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is sn invaluable 'protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily whilo exposed to the Infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into die
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittents if they avail themselves of tbe protection
this remedy affords.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEB 4 CO., Lowell , Mass.
ROBERTS SAatCIt, Columbus, '
And bv Druggists and Peelers everywhere.
nov9:lyd,twfcw
: REMOVAL. :'
T-V II. TAFT nil HEltlOVED Ilia
Ut stock of DRY GOODS from No. 11 South Ilich
street, .to his old stand, No. 46 North High street, In
Thompson's Building, where he Will be pleased to see all
ale old customers, and all new ones that may eeme, where
ne win ecu tnem cneap gnous.
A large lot of CARPETS on hand, which will be told
at cost, for cash, to close tne stock.
V. n. TAVT, .:
Jnl8:dlnt Comer High and day ate., Oolumbai.O.
. HEN II Y HIEI1LEU, !.;.
(Late ef Phaloa't Bstablithment, N. T.,) foprletore
the New York f athioaable Bhavlnr. Hair Cattinr
Shampoonlng, Curling and Dressing Saloon, ajo. II
Kast Bute street, near the Post Office, trsl Boor.
where satltfaotloa will be given In all the various
branches. . Ladlea and Children's Hair Dressing don
In the best style. . jytl-dly
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JLA eganl JUbeona, in great variety at bain's,
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PECTORAL SYRUP, j; '
The ITS mt tlftm rr1 .. .L lt-el HL
wis wasw wuv "1 W nllfieT Vsmb III
quire ofthepersouwhe have been eared nyjt, , , w
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BIAMINH LUNGS WITHOUT OH A ROB, 1011 ALL
TUOdal WHO NslED HIS M0IOINKsT ,
ATTEND TO TOC COtDS A eeas of fir Mars'
tending oured by DB. KiYBKU'B PEUTOEAt BlitUF.
PiT-eaarnua. Jan. ii inan
Ds. Eivnra : Sfv wife haa bean afnlntl ik h.j
cough and difficulty of breathing, for fire ot six years,
which , for several years beck, had gradually inereeeed in
violenoe. The oomplaint hae been hereditary, and abe
bad been treated by several physicians without any re
!!". x? ihu ,u" ' ease, I prooared scene of your
Pectoral Ouugh Syrnp. I bought, tbe first time, a nfly
cent bottle, which relieved her very mask ; I then called
nd mnt m il r 1 1 -. I t li . . ' .. .
- wniiw, wuiuu buq nar .eaumy, ane
she has now no trace of the former dlseaae, axcept weak-
- -m. aiwaiaw ui. a nsea UMBaedisiae my-
tll tn a cold and eanffh. TV, a mmAii. ,
n vu my mure IBIl.iacuOD W1U Ul
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish thai if you
4.,m ,a il. ... n-nr.. .
rv w wvt TT . niliBOII,
Alderman fifth Ward.
PlTTOCtOH, Nov. 18, 18S6.
DR. KCTtrjt .- Althoneh not an adTOnan, rj p.,n.
aledlcinee, ia general, it affords me nleaanra lialrnilla.
ble to recommend your Pectoral Brup. Ae a madlcine
It Is wall worthy the atlenfion of any person abe may la
any manner be afflicted wltb ooughs, acids and hoarseness
of any bind, and for the peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that disagreeable stnsaUon attending a ae-
T CI. OVIU.
I have been, more er lets. In my life, affected with the
severest ef colds and boareenees. At Umee my throat
would beoome so closed ae to prarent mv .wakirr abora
a whisper, and by taking a few deeee of the above Syrnp
nwouiu rauvTvmavimraiy.
In laoommendlng this medicine, I must Unhesitatingly
eay that it ie the best remedy I ever foaad, purporting to
oure the above, nor should any family be without this
remwy loruiseasci so prarajant.
ion, most respectfully, .
KDWAHDJ. JONES.
- CaahtorCiUaens'fiapeeUBank.
STceaairvruK,0., March ii, 1850
I have need Dr. Keyset's Ooaeh Srran for a bad annrh
of aereral years standing, and can cheerfully smj It it
the best medicine for the seme that I have ever tsken.
J. W, IU0B.
COL. PRATT AND DR. KETBEtt'S FEOTORAL
8THUP. Da. Kavsaa Dear Sir: Excuee tbe aekw of
my acknowlsdglag the excellence of your Pectoral Cough
Syrup sooner. 1 take great pleasure ia saying that it at
all you eay It Is. U knocked Ik noit otu oi mf oovgk
and uie worst one I was aver afflicted wllh: I have not
used more than one-half of t be bottle, and I tea and do
wish that all who are afflicted would give U as fair a trial
as I have done, and they will be proud to eay, "It is no
quack medicine." I would not suffer another each aa
attack for any consideration, or at any eoet. I em eon
Bdent I ean braaUie more freely than I ev- r did. I thill
always acknowledge a debt or gratitude foriaventlngte
excellent a remedy. Ton are at liberty to nae my naaae
in this regard, u you IMdS proper at. P. PftaTT.
messenger uommoa Gouucll, rilleouxgb, Pa.
Pittsburgh, May 11, 185S.
N. B I am no atranaer to my Hllow-cltiaeaa.aBd
who entertain double can consult me personally.
at. CP.
PtTTsscaaH, April 84, 1S57.
B.XAD THE TRUTH. Da. Kavsaa: than a daugh
ter who has taken several nedlelnee for a bad cough,
withont benefit among tbem Ayer'e Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a bottle of yoar PEOTOaAL
BYRUP, and before she had used half a bottle abe waa
relieved. Tbe eeeond bottle cared ber entirelr of hrr
cough. JOUNDAHIN,
Roblnton street, Allegheny.
. PtTTaecaeir, December, SI, 1R53.
A GREAT CURB BY DL KCVSEH'M phot., m.t.
SYRUP I live ia Feebleo township, Allegheny county.
a uau a Gougmng ana spnung, wmcn coaumenoeu aboat
the 4th of f ebruary but, and continued eight months. I
employed the beet phyiiclana in the ooaatry, and my
cough continued unabated aaUl early in October, At
tuai umo i waa aurissa u try your raUTUHAL COUQH
BYRUP, which I did, and after I had taken one battle I
waa entirely free from Uie coughing and spitting. I had
deapelred of ever getting well, end I thlna it should be
anowa mat mis valuable remedy will do ror ethers what
it htsdona Inmycasa. JOHN C. LITTLE,
Witness B. At. Rata. Peeblee townhip.
- ' - Pattor Tr., April 14, 1857.
A WONDERFUL CURS. sous tun. .n u
neighbor of mine wu very 111, with a bad oough which
every one ouppoeed to bseonsumptloa. Tils relaUtes
told me that he bad taken a Tar tamed ih kui i
without beneBt; his brother came to see him die, and all
ware confirmed In tbe belief that he annld na u... r
bad about the third of a bottle of yoar Pastoral Syrup,
which I gave him, and It entirely eared him, to IbeMtoa
ishment of alt What makes Ue eeee mora rexiarkabie.
Is the extreme age of the sou. he being aboutelghty years
old. I have no doubt the Poetoral eared hie lire.
: ,1, JOMMM' ftlNMIS.
TvR. KBVHn PRnrnnaT. BVnrrn ww ,
V ILLS. Please eeadme another supply of roar valu
able "Pectoral Syrup." Almost everybody around ae
baa Uie cold and are Inquiring for "Dr. Keyset's Pectoral
Syrup." We bars to Id sixteen bottles last vrefc.aiid arc
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alteraod Mr. P. Maher, both
of Blalrtvilla, Pa., tell ue they would not be without u
In Uielr famillea. In fact, an mha nmm it i.
again. Yours, respectfully, 1 i -
t en .oen WATTER80H fc BON 8
January 90, 1860.
. i . a i
iiinrat, iiw nninnma. a.
---,w .- avi.aai vs.. nil Bl 1 n
and sold for aereral weeks ao bad wae It that I tould not
sleep, 1 bad tbe advice end preooriptloae frees, three ef
tne bestpbyslclane In the city, whom I oould name, but do
not do so. I finally procured a battle of yoar Pectoral
Syrup, which oured me entirety. Signed, -
VT. BlstUNTvN,
230 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa Jan. , i860.
' "STOP TH ATjCOUOniNO." 'How can I do4ir "Oo
to Keyeer'son Wood street and get boUle oi aleCouab
Pectoial, and If Uiat dou't cure you. roar neaa ana ha
desperate Indeed." This Is a specimen of the colloquy
one bears almost every day la cold ealeblae period, of
the year. And we ean, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur in the Kl riser's admonition aaaeere, nr we
hare tried Uie "Pectoral.'' in a aaoet aiuiaWn .hi,
en tire auooeas. Near two weeks ago we went to Pltlaburga,
with oneef the most distreesing, ooalrary, mauik, an
subduable eoughe we ever exiierlenoed slnoe our arlrent
upoe una muauane spnere, we aoagbed steadily and
iw.iij iw. wn wiurni wees, u no pee ot wnsja CT out.
but It waa oo go. In faot It seemed rather to kara lm.
proved by praetloa. and to have eoqulred strength.eetea
oy and dietrettiiUit) by Ibe eperalion.. In this stage of
the siege, we eon jhed our way to Keyset's, 14V Wood St.
procured a fifty cent bottle of tbe -PecturaP,'' look it
accord leg to dlreotlone, and In forty-eight hours we were
master or the field, the enemy earing aneondittoaally
surrendered, after a brief but aneq.ua! ewoSiet with so
lormiaaoie an aaversary ae a.eyser's remoue "Oourb'
Pectoral, "Drovmnm OUpyee, Jim. 14, 1858."
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DR. KITSER'S PECTORAL SYRUP kt prepared and
enldhvDr OKOHQR H. KEYSER. lin U.JJT.,.
Pltteburgh,Pa. , ... , , . , "
UJ- aoia in uoiumnna by RODIRTS At SAMUEL.
rWOTHACUE UKOEST. ' . .V
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A. BTJRK CUTtK. ' '
Prepared and sold by
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, DR. O0,B. fTBIl,
Prlee, 85 cents.
140 Wood fi, Pittsburgh, Pa.
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JTP Sold In Columbus by ROBERTS at SAMUEL.
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JAB. M. M'KBB.
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M'KEE Si, RESTIEAUX,
PRODUCE o DllAIsSno,
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and Retail. flNEST IVTAPLE tsatoUhRIK.
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SHSARs, Eto , Kto. Our Slock has been purchased h
astern Cities daring the Peak ; i.msi:. , j c , .
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