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-WEDNESDAY EVENING, JAN. 30,1801.
- ' The Adami Express Company plaoea ug dully
r nnocr obliRatlooa to It for the very latent papora
from-tlie eastern cities.
The American EipreaB Company baa our
thanks for Hs daily favori lu the Bbape of the
very latest eastern papers. ,
" Oil Sraiisau The people of Parkersburgh,
Va , we (aid to be in a feverish excitement,
owing to the discovery of several wonderful
' volnaof oil la their vicinity. On a tract of land
.' near the town, there are three oil wells in op
eration ; one of which yields three hundred bar
rels per day; enother,!forty-ulnej and the third,
twenty. The following Is an account of a new
' well iuat finished. It looks a little extrava
gant; bnt we give it as we find It In a Wheeling
At the depth of one hundred foet two Inches
the workmen BtrocK a vein 01 uu, wuiuu wn.
, . tho borlne tools out of the wen. i nen 10 now
aH o tri,m f nil the full size of the orifice
three and a half inches, and It was forced Into
1 the air full fifteen feet. Two workmen seized
a plank and endeavored to cover It, bnt the oil
forced It out or their hands. They finally took
the sinker, and wrapping it with rags, forced it
in the orifice and weighed it down, inisweu
. . " without pumping, will yield a barrel of oil a
" minute. This seems extravagaut, but a writer
from the icinlty of the well itself vouches for it
and we give It lor what it is worm. ., ,
" Ssomsion Mkdls. A eotemporary has re
ceived from a friend at the Soath one of the
celebrated secession medals, which Is thus de
On one side is a palmetto tree encircled by
. fifteen stars, and at its foot,, a cannon, balls,
nd other munitions of war. Above the tree
afa thA wnrrfa "No submission to the North
On the other eide is a representation of growing
rioe, tobacoo, sugar and cotton, surrounaea Dy
the words "The wealth of the South rice, to-
btcco, sugar, cotton. "
, 1ST Jack Shin-aed, the celebrated pedes
trian, nerformed the extraordinary feat of
walking one hundred miles In one hundred con
Beoutive hours, witbout sleep, at Indianapolis
.- . loet week. He began his tramp at 6 o'clock
on Tuesday evening, and ended at 10 o'clock on
, Saturday evening. Of couree, he was slightly
fatigued when he got through.
D The following Republican journals in
' MasawftOkts unite in urging the repeal of the
Personal Liberty law Boston Adeertiter, Bos
i ton Journal, Gloucester Ttkgrafh, Newbury
port fwaW.Pittsfiold Eagle, Groton Mercury,
- Lawrence Courier, and the Springfield Republic
OTThe product of the Wheat Crop last year,
in six Northwestern Slates, was 94,000,000 bu--.
shels; Illinois and Wisconsin, 25,000,000 each;
Indiana 16,000,000; Michigan 19,000,000; Iowa
10,000,000; Minnesota, 6,000,000. The whole
grain crop of Illinois in 1860 is estimated at
101 bushels to each Inhabitant.
ETOa Sunday morning, Jan. 20, tho town of
Dtfiaooe, Defiance counuty, was visited by a
destructive fire, which laid in ashes several
buildings, and oonsumed much valuable proper
ty. Tho entire loss is estimated at $10,000.
None of the property was insured.
John Trtxa, of Rosoopel, Wisconsin, died
recently from starvation. He imagined be bad
a snake In his stomach, and in attempting to
etarve the snake, starved himself. He touched
rib food for twenty-nine days.
.V'.Lacomo. The correspondent of a Missouri
paper thus briefly foretells our political future
'ConcBsion by the North or Secession by the
ILT From the first to the twenty-ninth of Jan-
' uary, sixty-four marriage licences were issued
by the Probate Judge in Cleveland. . j
BTThe notorious "Nid Bontlini" hat been
arrested in Rochester, N. Y., for obtaining
money under false pretenses.
i Thomas Galxs Fowrrm. We learn .that this
gentleman has consented to give two more lec
tures in this city one on Sunday morning, and
the other in the evening at Kanmacher'a Hall
IT Gen. Clinch, Major AnDEasaVs father
in law, it is said, is commander of the Seces
sion forces at Charleston,'-
? HT Yesterday was the birthday of Thomas
Paine, who was born In England, January 29,
' 1737. r m - .
it': Vioroa LToao, styles the printing press, "the
formidable locomotive of universal thought."
RAIL ROAD Time Table.
L ITT lb Hum Jt OeLCMSDS t Xtma R. R.
Accommodation 6.10 A. M.
No. ilKa 2.30P.M.
Night Express 2.45 A.M.
CMVtuxn, OoLuatsos fc CiHctHsm R. R
Etprea and Mall 3.00 P.M.
Night atxpreas 3:25 A. M.
GntTXaLOino R. R.
Bxprees Train 3 00 K. M
Mail Train 8.4U P.M.
9.15 P. M.
9.45 A. M,
8 x0 P. M.
Pirrsacitaa, Ooldmbds Jt Oincnoun R. R.
Bxprees Train 3.00 A.M.
. Mall Train 2,40 P. M.
' Ooliraaos It ImuRaroLBE. R.
t , Columbus, Piqua St Indiana B. R.
Iiprets Train...... 6:10 A. M
Bxprees Train: 8:45 P.M.
'; i i
2.30 P. M
EvervboJy should remember the sale of fine
National Pictures, Oil Painting, Chromas, wat
er colors io., comprislog, Clay in th Senate,
Washington and his General, trial of patience,
Great Variotv of Baxter oil paints, and engrave
logs from Turner,? Ary, scmiier ana otnsr emi
nent artists. This I s deoidedly the best Stock
ever offered at- auction in this City, i Call and
see, tbem Wednesday. Sale on Wednesday
night to continue until all are told, by W. R.
' Kent, at Woods Music Store, No. 16, East
Broadway. " ' j j 2t
' ' L. B. Di Land & Co.'s Saliratus. Thank
' ' yonr stari, if yon are superstitious enough
but be glad, and express your thankfulness that
yon can procure from your grocer a perfectly
pure and reliable article of Saleratua. Be ton-
l7" vlnoed.by a trial, of the troth of our remarks
"when we say that it Is just the quality that has
; so long been desired by housekeepers. De Land
& Cos Chemical Saleratus is manufactured at
I ? i the Ealrport ChmloaV"Works, Falrport, Mon
troe Co., N. Y,, where it is for sale it whole
. sale. The grocers and dealers generally hare
" ' it for sale. ' .' ; ...
' Livia CoiirLAiNT, DvanrsiA, &o are bocom
ing very prevalent among on citizens.' We
Jt i would advise all who may be afflicted with those
" " distressing ' oomplaints to go at once and get
' " '' some of McLian's StitiNOTHiitiNa Cosdial, It
'is just the remedy to cure all diseases of the
v 'lAvef and.Stomaohi Trv it. See advertise-
ment. - - !
i-;';' 'a I- 11 f .-'
' Good WisH.i-W wish that every family in
i i ,, tbe 1ao4 would keep Guernsey's Balm! In the
' ' house constantly. How much misery It would
.i ... . i
uT See advertisement of Prof. Miu.ru
Hair Invlgorator In anvther column.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29.
Private bills war considered till on o'clock when
the FaciSo Railroad bill u take up.
Mr. Obaudler moved to amend so as to giro six sec
tloni of land ner mils lnataad of one. Adopted.
II r. OUrk moTed to tmand, that the grant of lands
bonds la to be made on tbe espress condition, thst uon
grass iball here alter bare power to amend Uie previsions
ot the act, bat not to diminish the specified amount
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The Hons the Senate to
post route bill witbout action.
Tbe morning hour having expired, the tpeolal order
was resnmea, being tne report of ine uommittc or JJ.
Mr. ntevens, or rennsyivanls, regretted mat ne was
oonipelled to believe that no eompromlie could now
made, when six states are in open and declated rebellion,
having seised the publlo forts and anenals, and robbed
the people of millions of publlo property. When ho
saw our harbors blookated and armiea in array agaluet
ins nag or our country, wblali has been Insulted, be had
no hone thatooerelon. humiliation, or oomnromlie. would
neve any good euesl whatever, ilsther than give oon
eetalOB to rebels he would ses the Government ahattered
lots ten thoueand atoma.
Mr. Harris of Maryland, spok of the glories of the
country, and said , the disasters now pending sprung from
the empty rivalries of political parties, and Imbecility of
boasted statesmen to solve the problem of tbe ttatvt of
ine territory, in regard to slavery, tbe verdict or im
partial history will be that there Is no reason for eecee
slon and none for disruption of ths Union. Bo believed
that the rsponslblltty of the national safety or perdition
rests on the present representatives of the people now
sMoainiM in uongrass. ins question now is, oa wnom
shall the terrible responsibility of the tfuture reit, and
that will fall on the party or set of men who will not
spurn these miserable parly trammels, and come up to
Mr. Hughes denied that Mr. Harris spoke for the part
si saaryiana ne represented.
Mr. Harris not more than a eorporal's guard In
Maryland favor seceselon, (Applause.)
How oan thla great nation be eavedt Tar too much
of the preeent mlaohlef came from a section to which he
belonged, springleg from the ambitious desires of poll'
Motana at the South, who want a greater eminence than
the y can command, usdur our prouat system.. He re
peated that eeceselon la an nnholy olf iprlng of Sou thorn
political ambition, after too much of aggravation which
routed the realetence of the North.
He appealed to the North, If there waa not too much
aggravation on their part, and by their Representatives
which administered to a Southern spirit which were
ever ready to salts with avidity what would feed their
appetite, now eectione are reeponiible for the troubles.
The secession of the six Southern stales met with no
sympathy In Maryland.
He denied the riKht of secession. He uned hie north'
ern friends to do simething at once for paciSoatlon
There was a smouldering fire under Maryland which
might break CUtand sweep her Into disunion. Let them
rue above prejudice and party and cement the Union
more nrmiy man ever, let us have leae eloquenoe In
speeches and more pertinent eloquence In votes, flive
us the Crittenden or a similar proposition. He closed
as follows :
Let me not. Instead of onr national mnslc. hear the
Marsellalte, which is not music to mv ears. Flaunt not
before my eyee the gag of a divided nationality, exciting
no uevouon in my American neart, out' let me and my
people go to our graves with our consecrated melodies
ringing in our ears, and over us tbe dome of the Union
with sll Its constellated stars. (Applause.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 30.
Ths sneaker laid hafnrA ha Unuu a l.tta. trim SXV
Oebb, stating that he had received a eertiatd ordinance
of eeoession of Alabama, and therefore he felt It his dnt
uecnne any runner participation in tne Dullness or
iu uouse. lie adds met ne need not exnreea nia ratrrat
at the clroumstanoee which render this step necessary on
his part. 0-d save the conntry.
nr. uobor ade a few effecting remarks in taking leave,
Imploring his friende to, do something with a view of re
uniting all tbe Slates.
Tne speaker presented the nroeeedinn of the birnn.
eratie convention of Ohio, in favor of a settlement of onr
present troubles, either by the Border State, or by the
Douglg,, or Orlttonden plan, and especially In favor of the
calling of a National convention. w
nr. U0X hoped that thev would be laid on the tahla and
printed. They are the expression of 'JOO.000 as good pa
triate as live In the Bepublle.
mo Bpeaier. iney win take tbe usnal eouse,vIz;
laid on (lie table and be printed.
Mr. Reynolde. from the eeleetoemmlttM ttt 5. n.nort.l
bill foi calling for tho militia of the Uulled States in
Mr. Branch presented hie reaaona In wrltln for hi.
noncurrenco In the renort. The bill waa meommitiaft
and ordered to be printed.
tftrnn uocurano, rrom tnat committee, reported a mil
to further provide for the collection of dutiea on Im
The House resumed the consideration of the Senate'.
smondment to the Post ronto bill.
BlcnVOSD. Jan. 2. The resent nrnenrdlnn at Iirf
Monroe have embittered oublio feeline. Tho fniinwinr
waa adopted at a large meeting last night;
nHaaaae, ids legislature naa declared that any aot
of coercion against a Southern But would be regarded
by Virginia ae an act of war, and resented with all tbe
mesne In onr power.
Jtuowta, That the attention of the Legislature be
hereby lie calltd to an avert aot of eoeiclon. now
actually being perpetrated at Port Monroe.
Nsw OaLciHS. Jan. 89. Tbe .Convention met at
quarter put IX. A saint of fifteen guns was fired, when
theConentlon'wtnt Into secret session at half past 13.
The Convention resumed Its deliberation at 2 o'olock.
great crowd assembled. Including some ladle. A mo
lion was mad and adopted, that a committee be ep.
pointed to receive (h Commissioners from seceding
Ths Convention went Into secret session to consider
ths resolutions presented by the committee on Oammaree
In regard to the free navigation of the Mississippi river
and the principles ef fro trade, and is still in secret ses-
on now 0 o'clock.
FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
RauloR. M. 0,. Jan. 29. Th Senate is anneed In
day on private bills. Th Honse considered th Benate'e
Convention Bill; several amendments were adopted, but
no vote woe laaen on ita passage, iieomes up to-morrow
at 10 o'clock.
There waa a case of small dox In ths eltv to-da. and
there was tome talk of moving and eonio of an adlonrn-
meut till March, awaiting further developments.
ArSTiX.Tsxa, Jan. 22, Th Texas Leililatur met
to-day. Ths Governor's message waa read. It favors
calling a Convention. Both Houses repealed th Kan.
sai resolutions passed py the Legislature In 1858.
The House took up and pastel the Senate bill directing
the Comptroller to proceed to Washington and recover
f lee.wvaue me mate.
A resolution was unanimously passed declaring that
the federal Government has no rower to eoeree a sov
ereign But after pronouncing her separation. Th
Benat will pass th earn resolution by a similar vote
Th Legislature favors Immediate secession by a major
ity of 3 to 1.
Aostiw. Texas, Jan. 24. Th Leiiilature to-da.
paassd resolution repudiating th idea of utlnw forcible
means to coerce a seceding Stat, and asierting that any
such attempt would be resisted to th last extremity.
uniyone uiinoi in memoera opposed Immediate ac
tion. Ills ex lc led that th Question of secession will ha re
ferred to the people.
FROM SOUTH CAROLINA.
Chirlhtoii, Jan. 29 Th CouWorand Mercury of
this morning says that a large war steamer was seen off
the harbor, at dusk on Balurrlay, and that she i ho wed
signals and stood to in tn southward.
it Is surmised that she Is still hovering orsr th neigh,
Last night a negro earn to thaeltr.and Informed his
mister that a suspicious craft was seen yesterday, near
nik,,Mi,' a . B,nm. with , n,k.
men wore no uniforms and apnea red to be without arms.
It Is thought from this that an attempt is about to be
man to pounc oown oa in plantations.
Ths Bute Legislature adjourned sin die, last
Miusnsrvau, Jan. SO Th Convention refused to
reconsider the revenue ordinance adopted veeterdav.
Resolutions were Introduced, giving to th Governor
power, under certain circumstances, to grant letters of
marque aon rrprisai, ana leoiea.
An address to th oltiaens ef thelBouth and the World.
giving tne causes or aggression, waa adopted.
An orainanc nccinringii to ne tae nxed noiiev or ma
State to guarantee th eecurllr of all th Stat, was
The convention aljourned to meet at Savannah at the
call or tne rrcii-ient.
St. Lcois. Jan. 30 A lolnt teaolutlon nassed tbe
Senate yeatenlay, appointing Gen. Doniphan. Waldo P
Johnson, J. D. Colter, Judge Hough, Gen. Achlson
Ferdinand Kennett, and Judge Buckner, commissioners
i ui. uonvesuon to D neid at Washington on th 4th
of Psbruary. The earn resolution was Introduced In
th Hons and laid on th table. Mr. Vest chairman of
me noua commute o Vederal relations, renorted res
vu,uu iiiws xrounoa arainss tna action oi
ew York and Ohio, In onerine- aid to the mi flo.
eminent to coerce ee ceding State, which parsed yeas
MoHTOOUaXV, Ala., Jan. 89. Th eonventloa In ee.
cret session last night adopted, a resolution Instructing
th deputies to th Southern Convention, to Insist upon
sucu BJ.Mum m win ivrever preveni we reopening
the African slav trade. The convention to-day passed
supplementary ordinance authorising th Governor
carry Into enact previous ordinance, for th vroteotloo
of the defences of th Quit. Th convention also nasaed
on ordlnanoe, adopting as th law of Alabama, th laws
ottn unitta states, in relation to patents, scouring
rignisoi invention to in cuueos oi all th tlavenoiumg
Adjourned till th 4th of Harcb.
LsavmrwoSTa, Jon. t9. The admission of Kansas
Creates ooneldembl enthusiasm among all parties. On
hundred guns were nrea to-asy, py order or the Bepubli
can Central Committee. , , .
Messrs Jones At Oartwrlght. th transDOrtaMan Srm
this lty, have not assigned, as may be Inferred
from epeetal dasnosoh re th St. Loul StjnMioan
th t7th. The only osalgnsaenl I that of Hussall,
At Waddell, who prefer horn creditors and endor
sers, Jones uartwngni are preparing for on extensive
freighting basin on I
tn Mains th coming
I Homing season.
A new dally paper, nubluihed bvD. B. Anthonv. mad
Its sppsoronoa here yesterday. It will support tho
administration. . '
W heather vary pleasant. Ths recent hesvry snow
tSMSUPaBDVMWIv I v'?y .
ARRIVAL OF THE BOHEMIAN.
PORTLAND, Jan. 30.
itonaonaerry in jHin.arnvta tuts morning.
The Steamshln Analo Saxon, from Portland, arrived
Londonderry on thS'lHth, and the Pulton, from
I ore, at uowe on tne same nay.
LivrarooL BnauBSTorre Maairr generally quiet and
s teeny , w neat sit a downward tondesoy ana opens
easier though quotable, unchanged quotations, rrovi-
vitlons market sehereUr dull.
Lou no Miane-r Priday noon Consuls 01K(BalX
for money; 9X9tSl for account. Latest salea were
III O -0K:U discount, Irle 33:N. T.C. 740A7O. Cot'
ton Market. James Hewitt At Co oubt middling Orleans
at, uoiton now at sea enroute to Liverpool is em
mated at x7,ouo bales.
PaiKoa. It is exneeted that a decree will soon aooear
that If Piedmont makes war on Austria, sus mustexpeet
no assistanos rrom JT ranee.
ureat Mllitanr Dreoaratlena are In nrotress In Snaln..
The Spanish instructions are to keep strict neutrality
Niptra. The bombardment of Oaeta Is to be resumed
it is not true mat the ships of any foreign power are
w taie ine place or tne rrench neat.
The Sardinians have resolved to attack dasta bv sea
EsaLaitn. The Times' eltv article eavs funds are
Situ, but iiriuoa ulusad Pridav the aaiu u Thursday.
About S8O.0OO wen, taken from the Bank to-da for
America. About SSO.UUU pounds gold had been with
drawn from the Bank of Prance.
The Tinue denracatee the secession movement in
America, and saya should ths Southern confederacy be
come we real united states, as rar a present ana pros
pective territory la concerned, it Is donbtfnl whether th
connection between Mew York and Hew Kngiand on on
hand, and Illinois and the neighboring Slates on ,the
omer, could long survive a total separation from the
WismiinTON, Jan. 30. A delegation of 33 represen
ting 80,000 working men of Philadelphia, this mornius:.
waited on Senatoie Crittenden and Cameron at their re
They were Introduced by Senator Blgler in a brief and
J . JJ Nicholson responded for tba Delegation. elo
quently and patriotically. De stated th object of the
visit to be to testify to the appreciation of the Union by
inemieivee ana tnose tney represented.
Their desire for a settlement of our national difficul
ties on a satisfactory basis, and that the proposition of
the Senator from Kentucky, whose character they rever
ed, whose patriotism they admired, was heartily endorsed
by them, and that they wished its adoption urged and se
cured. The Senators feelingly sod hopefully responded.
Thenumber of federal trooons who arrived her laet
night Is eighty, makinr In all less than 300. These are
divided Into 3 companies of artillery and one of Infantry.
Arrangements have been made for concentrating them
at any particular point In case it is necesisry to quell
disturbanoee of th publia peace. .
Acting Postmaster Oeneial King has received com
plaints from Northern gentlemen, thai their letters from
tho South have been violated. One writes that six letters
addressed to him by a lady In Mobile, not on political
subjects, nave evidently been opened by unauthorised
partiee. The Department has promptly Instituted an
Boston Jan. 30 A communication was read In the Se
nate, yesterday, from the Oorernor. transmtttlnt a cod
of the secession ordinance received from the President of
th Georgia State Convention. It was laid on the table.
A resolution from ths General Assembly of Tennessee
proposing certain amendments of th Constitution, and
from th Legislature of Pennsylvania in favor of the
Union and tbe Constitution u it is. were also received
and referred to th committee on Federal Relations. The
bill authorising tbe treasurer of the Stale to endorse th
notes of the United Etatei, was rejeoted, after dsbste, by
vote oi i to ju.
ONE WEEK MORE.
WB SHALL CONTINUE TO SELL
FOR CASH OiUY,
TflKOUBHOTJT THE FBEBElfT WEEK.
AFT BR WHICH
A. NEW FIRM
WILL DE ANNOUNCED ,
For the Patronage of tho Publico
39, South High Street."
January 2H, IP01.
HOWARD & CO' S.
4MERICAN WATCHES. ?
CALL AT NO. 83, SOIJTn HIGH ST.,
and examine our new make ot
AMERICAN WATCHES, '
manufactured by E. HOWARD Jt CO , Boston, Mass.
These Watches are far superior to anything ever offered
to the publlo, heretofore. Baring th exclusive agency,
I can sell them at prices to suit lb times. I nave Just
received larga etock of
AMERICAN WATCHES, ,
manufactured by APPLE TON, TRA0V, St CO ; also, a
fins assortment of
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,.
In Gold and Silver Cases, at Panic price. ..
Jsn?3 yf. J. SATA01.
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to the . . '.
POSTING AND SISTBIBUTIKO
BILLS IN THI3 CITY.
All orders left at the Office of the Staieman will be
promptly attended to. Janll-tf
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
oreign & Domestio Cigars,
am BEST HANDS
Smoking & Chewing Tobacoo.
Alio, the beat quality of 8KTJF"B eonitantly
JOOountry Merchants are Invited to call before par
chasing elsewhere. -
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
Bet. Main and Sycamore,
nov91wm ' CTNCINTSTATT, O.
TIEiHOVES AND PREVENTS IN
Xli flammallon and pain, and heals the worst barn.
scald, bruise, out, or fresh wound of any kind, i revenls
swelling and pain from be (tings, mosquito bites, and
poisonous plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague in the
breast, salt rheum, etc. When taken Internally, it will
positively car oroup In children, ana gives Immediate
reneimina worst ease oi una lovnoie oomDinini; aiao.
removes hoarseness and sort throat. Price, S cents a
bottle. Should be In every house. For sale by Drug
gists and Storekeepers. IKY In STOnB,
Boir rropnstor, no. i opruoeai., new ior
Por Ui instant aixnr
and PIRMANKNT 0CE1 of th
distressing complaint as
ENDTU ! . ,
Made by 0. B. BIYM0UB 00., 107 Nassau 81., N. T
ino sji per ooi; sent tree oy poai. ,
fOB BA1B AT Alt DBTJ00I8TB
Mj-dkwlyis i ' ' '
Granville Ohio, Female Academy
IE 8PHINO AND SsjMBIF.R SES.
alnnwlll aommenc februarv 7th. 1801. i This
one of th best Institutions for th thorough aad chris
tian education of our daughters, at a reasonable ooat.
Addrsss W. P. K.KBB, Principal,
. OranTllls. Ohio,
' .' Refer to Col. 0. W. MawvrmmT. . v,
JsnTi dlwekwSir lion. A. L,. riantix, uensie.
A LARGE BODY OF LAND lTINti
J on th National Road, Weet of Columbus, wlthiu
from two to nv miles from th city, ins property win
be sold in lots to suit purchasers, and on ravomtiie terms.
Apply to - JUUK n.anunanD,
jaalO-dsw Agent for John 0. Holloway
Columbus, January 10. j
mMR RECEPTION HOOP IKIHT,
X Sb moet g woeful and elegant skirts yet offered
tale. Anw loijustopeawd ny MiBin,
) South High str
ITIISK MANILH UAKAUtd, BOTU
f V WhIU and Black, Just reoetvea at
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK; Jan. 30.
PLOUK receipts 6807 market heavy bat prices with
out material change; sale 10,900 bbls. at 5,105,t5 for
Sup. State; 95,30gi5.40 for Bxtra State; 5, 10 5,95 for
Sup. Western) 3,3095,00 for Com. to Med. Kxtia
Western; SJ.Gif 5,75 for Inferior to good shipping brand
Ixtra Bound Hoop Ohio. Canadian flour dull, sales
Wbbls. at 3,aV7,0. '
BYE PLOUB-stoady ate3,034,S0.
WHB AT receipts 4,S5S bush., heavy and favor of
purchasers: tales 35.000 bosh, at l.v:l,x7 for Mil.
Club and Amber Iowa; Sjl.tt In store winter red western
a 1,30 for red jersey; ai,inJ,tit) rer wuite aiionigan.
ABLDT quiet at O&SNOo.
OOttN receipts 370 bashels. 1 Market steady and un.
ohrnged; sale 30,nui buaheUatW$70a for mixed West,
ern In store and delivered.
OATS mora active at 30 l-2S37o for Western, Cana
da and Stat.
PORK dull end unchanged; sales 150 bblsattl7 87
for mesa, and 1J for prime.
hkkv quiet and uncnangsa.
CUT ME ATS steady.
LARD-nrm and acUva; tales 400 bbls at lOXtSlO'.'c,
BU'rl'Isit in lair reuuesiat ICSiiu fur Ohio, and iwav
io ror Stat. .
C1IRR8H steady at StSlOKa
OOPPBB nnohangedi sales 000 bags Klo at 12K(3
SUGAR dull; snlos350 bhds Cuba at Sc. ,
MOLAS8K3 aulet: pending auction sale now co-
OUACCO the nubile sale was quite spirited and
brought full forces and all sold; 00 Midi Kentucky sold
at 4 lis;.
WHIBK.X Armor, with rair demand; sales 700 bbls at
SIOOKS onened dnll and lower, but since the farora.
bl advices from Jturope are firmer; busloeis was only
moderate; Money and itxebange unchanged; Oh. At B.
o; v. b. fcy. tsh; o.st t. 34; uai. etc. 78 X;
O.oiC. 72; trie 37: Paa. H. 64V: III. O. ao,ln80:
M. 8. 15Ji': doauoted 3.1 llarl. 10: do preferred
38; Hud. 35H; N. Y. O. P0'4; Cumb. 6; N. O. B's
77; Tenn. 73; Va.75; Mo. 6a; Krleid bonds 1,00.
11L0UR The market baa bad no other Influenim to
affect It during the week thann rezular order demand fur
aooount of consumers; with this sort of trade pricee hare
not been varied muok from th quotations given at the
data of our but weekly review. Tbe demand la now fair
ana prices are urm ai ft wm ou ror superfine.
W 11 HAT has a fair demand at ). The demand
comes from millers In our own midst and Is quite regu
lar. White Is held at $1 0891 ll).
a CORN on tbe ear Is less Arm than Tuesday, but pri
ces are not varied, and are aU'ecled mostly by the move
ments of shelters. Absorption of it Is regulated by th
amount of shelled received from the oouutry. The
Southern demann is steady and full.
. OATS are in fair demand atSUo, though only govern
ed by the receipts, alnce nearly all that are here are
for local consumption.
BABLSY has had a week market for some days and
75c is th ontald rat that th principal buyers are will
ing so pay vorpnmiaii,euoia asked, but Is not ad
hered to exoept for lots under limits.
BYE Is quiet at t3061c.
WHISKY has a steady market at 14o. with a very
Uos, are still offered to packers, both for present and
future delivery, and will be perhaps so long as packers
keep cutting at present prices. There are said to t
some heavy hose yet in reserve. Price are now quoted
0,75. lat ler figure wa heard waa paid
for soma 300 lb. averages, Cin. Com. Jan. 30.
PLOUR steady and quiet.
WHBAT-steedyetai 09 forrsd, and il 18forwbile.
CORN Bale of 8 cars at 36c.
OATS quiet at 25o.
HIGHWINBB aalas of 40 bbls at 15c.
PORK salts sf 100 bbls mess at 18 13.
HOGS sales rang at SO C06 40.
. BOGS dull at 12o.
SENDS than is soma activity In clover, and sales are
reported if 60 bush and 150 bush at 4 li, and 3u0 bush
at 4 00.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 30.
FLoee-dnll; ot S3 85 for superfine. Whiat firm
sales 5f 3,000 bushels redrat SI 28-31 30; for white tl 35
mi 43. Coin yellow declined Bo. Oorrsi I2X
13. Provision closed with an advancing tendency,
mess pork 1 50. WeutET dull at 19X18.
, nAVINO A OinOTJLATION
IAB0EB BY BZVEBit . TH0TJSATTD8
Than any other paper In Ohio, ontiide of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
l Which CANNOT PAIL to bring
Speedy rind RcnsnneraitiTe Return
To thooe who take advantage f them. :
THH3 WEEKLY BTATKSMAN.
Distributed ss It is through rery Post OOc In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Who patronag Is valuable, and who seldom see the
Dally Xditlons of city Journals; and as only
A limited Kamoer of Advertisements
Are Inserted In Its columns, appopriately and
' ' - ' TTirr camioT rati, to ' f ' '
OP ALL I
. Advertising la th W1EKLT BTATKSMAN will fin'
) . . - - -
t ' it ftdrftaUfooji In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an extensive dissemln
- " atlon of a knowledge of their business .
AMONG COUNTRY DEALERS!
. ADVERTI8EMKXTS INTENDKD FOR
The Weekly Statesman
Should be handed In before frlday noon.
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State and Town.
mnK II.1t flARRI AOR
JL SHOP Isstlll running, and although Of
th pressure of lata jeers haa st heavily H
Hnn k.. M.nln. am ah la .(III hiv.a
tg out those splendid nidtTUHB, BOUBAWAr B.and
PKINOB ALBKUT'S BIllgTINa TOPS and NO-TOP
BUOGIE9, 0ABBIAGK8, IXPRhlBS, SKELETON,
DKMOOUAT andOROOSaTWAOONS, SMALL OMNI
BUSES and BACKS. Twenty years steady manufac
turing has given our work a wide-spared reputation
through tbe South and Weak
W therefore deem it unneoesaary to say any thing more
In regard to th quality of our work. We warriht
svht ViHtcu. . W oen selloooD Tor Bdooiss from
Dealers can be furnished with any amount of work at
ehort notice, and at pricee lower than can be bought any
where In the West, geooud baud Buggies taken In ex
change for new work. . i .
jXf'Hepairing don neatly and at ehort notice. Tao
tor on Pront, Mwaen Stale and Town streets, Colum
bus, Ohio. . - ; - !
ILTAll oommunloatlon will receive prompt attention.
lug, 31 wly
B. M. WILLIAMS CO
' IOC Prrl Street. ! '
nUIBVOOD, ItlAHOOAIfTi AND
XV Black-Wslnntloard and Flank ol various thick-
am. MihrwiBv ana uoMwooei ijoes: sianniraiiv art
Hosewood veneers; seorawooa veneer; uiaca-vrainoi
and Oak Crotch Veneers; Line-mottled Mahogany; Walnut
and Oak Veneers; also, plain Veneers, at So. per foot,
for rams-makers: piano ana uaoinet mouldings; also.
Mahogany and Walnut Bannisters and Newel Is, all sises
and patterns) aianogany uana-nui oiun ror Biair-ouiia-ers;
Bpaulsh Cedar for Cigar Boxes; cut and sawed Back
ing for Picture ana uooaing-gies irames, aiso,
U Inch Poplar, In larg qoantltlea; Lignum Vltm, well
assorted for Block-maker and Ten-pin Balls; tlso, cut
Walnut, Mahogany and uoeewooa v eneem i
Having built a Bedatead Paotory adjoining my Mahog
any Baw mill, which is now In operation, I would re
spectfully Invito the trad to roll and eiamlne my as
sortment of Bedsteads, which I offer for sale at law rates
and warranted a good aruoie. i
ucnni AtiUitu, -Jy31-wAm
WI Pearl street, Cincinnati, Ohio, .
to rLUMciuxis k
"NE-HAEs? OP A GOOD PATIHO
1 nemoeratlo Printing OfBos. located in a flourishing
town In Southern Ohio, Is for sal upon good terms. Por
a good Printer, who can give suitable references, a good
ooenintng is offere I. : '.'?,
. djii.i aHwa( ni,iHi nku
EMP I3 COTTON nOPES,
do no Twines,
nl fiords and Candle WleoV .' 4-
for sal by .
aJ'Kia: A BK8TIE ATJX, ,
3C High Street.
TTREiarn kid oioves, vr
IJtHWDri nil) ui-ovkb, - .vl
PBBNOH SJDGLOTBS .'I .
7S cents per pair, nam as sold slwwher for on
''"'ink."' '' K. 89 South High gtroe.
f: ror all Tiikoa'A and
COVIOII, and every
Oiiiu plaint the forrun
uor of,' and even actual
' r ' '. -
The Ureat M'.llltas
flit) UKlflKIIV and Nat.
urai fJi'iA'l adaptod
v every npectea og Ner
voui ejonipiaintv ner
voita and Chronic
iioin, sjaiarru, Tooth
oust s-.ar Ache, I,o ol
Sleep, andllawtl SJoni.
No real Justice can bo done the alve preparations
but by procuring and reading dewriptlve pamphlets,', i
bo found with all dealers, or will be sent hv Pmnrl.i,..
on demand. Formulas and Trial Bottles anl n Ph.i
clans, who will find developments In both worthy their
MvopMuv auu approval.
UorreaiiondeDoe solicited from all whn.e
cunosiiy prompts to a trial or ttio above reliable heme
for sale by Ilia usual wholes-lie and retail dealer
JOHN I,. HTJNNEWUl.L,, Proprleto
i .., - CHEM16T AND PHARalAOEUTlBT,
Ko. 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, Hags.
Huberts It Samuel. NT. n. Itf t n n, r u
Deriig, 0. Denlg At Sous, A. J. SchuellerAtSon, AgenU
iur uuiumuuh unio. invl-dlv
MEDICAL AND TOILET
This book contains Receipt and Direction! for ma
king all ths most valuable Medical preparations In use;
also Recipes and full and explicit directions for making
all the most popular and useful Cosmetics, Perfumes,
Unguents, Uair Restoratives, and all Toilet Articles. If
you are suffering with any chronic disease If you wish a
beautiful complexion, a fine lirnd of bnir, a smooth face,
a clear skin, a luxuriant beard or moustuclio or if you
wish to know any thing and every thing in the Medical
and Toilet line, you should by all means pernjo a copy
or this book. For full particulars and a eumple of the
work for peruul, (free) address the publisher,
T. P. CHAPMAN,
No. fcni Broadway, Mew York
Thousands of persons suffer from headaches to the seri
ous detriment of their comfort, business, and health.
wno might easily be cured by simply using HuMPiinrr's
BoMEoriUTio oneirics. The Uianacm Pili. tAkn in
the morning, and the Buiocs Pill taken at night, rarely
ran to cure the most severe and obstinate cue. Thou
sands having tried them have buen entlrelv frw-d of tbu
bane of their lives. Co and do likewise.
Price, 85 cents per box, with directions. HI boxes tl
Bent by mall or express, free of charge, celntof
the pries- Address,
No. 5GU 11 roadway, New to
BoMny ROBERTS BAMUKi,,
Wholesale and Retail Druggists. S4 N. High street.
B. K. SAMUEL fe CO..
Janl-dkwlm 8J B. High street, Oolumbui.O.
Beeadveitlsementln another eolumn.
MWitAf 'S Lim PILLN.
In all cases of oottlreness, dyspepsia, billions and liver
affections, plies, rheumatism, fever and spies, obetl
nate head aches, and all general derangements of health
thee Pills have Invariably proved a eertain and speedy
remedy. A single trial will place the life Pills beyond
the reach ofcompetltlon In tho estimation of every pa
tient. Dr. Moffat's Phoenix Ditters will be found equally ef
flcaclous In all cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, the sickness Incident to females Indelicate health,
and every kind of weakness of the digestive organs.
For sals by Dr. W. B. MOP! AT, 335, Broadway, N. T.
and by all Drngglat. mayM-dfcwly
The following it an extiaot from a
letter written by the Rev. J. B. Holme, paster ot the
Plerrepoint-Btreet Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. T.,to
tho "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, O. , and speaks
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mrs
WmsLow's BoaruiKO Strct roa Children Tarrniiro:
"Weeeean advertlsment In your columns of Mrs
Wmslow's Boothino Syrup. Now we never said s won!
In favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we
feel compelled to say to your readers that this is no hum
bug wi Have triio it, aire kiow it to all it
cuius. It is probably one of the most sucoessful medi
cines of the day, because It is one ot the best. And those
of your readers who have babies can't do better than
lay in supply." oc27:lyd&w
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
';''" NEWARK OHfO,
irfnnnfaclnrersi of sail klndsj of Por
table and Mtatlonary Mleitm En
giuos, daw Iflills, Sjiriat JUills,
LAKE &B0DLKT Beaten! U. t F. BLAXD TBeattnl
J. etj. JI. DUYALL SeatenlU COI.VXBVS
' iTA C1TTXS CO. Beaten Hit BltADfOfiD
, Jt CO. BeattnlllU
Ow Fortabla EcglnB tnd Siw Mill
Was awarded the first premium of t 'U at the Indiana
State Pair for lc00 over Lan Bodlej's on account of
Price,' lightnewt, Bimpliclty, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine was awarded nt the same Fair
the first premium of 1200.
Our Portable Engine was awarded the (list premium of
(luu at the rair at mempnis, Tenn., over uianiiy s im
vall's, Columbus Machine Cu's., and Rradford & On's.
by a committee of practical Railroad ngmrers.
Por price and tcrtns address
W1LLAKD WAHMKri, Treftsurer,
decS-dfcwlyeols. Newark, Ohio.
THE VICTOR AT EVERY
' . ' WHEBE EXHIBITED !
1 V CONTRA NOTICE. 1
Th Newark Machine Works in publishing the above
notice of having been victorious over
TUeBlstsidr Portable Steam Saw mill
at anv Fair whatever, knew they were publishing false
hood. We have published our denial or tne trutn or
their statements in otner paper, out uiey nave not al
tered them, nor offered th public any evidence to sus-
tain their untruthful assertion, We never had a Mill or
Sogins on exhibition at Memphis, Tenn. B's did
mttt them at the OhlolBtate Fair at Zanesville, 0. . 1631),
where In th Sawing nontest, they came out behind all
others, we taking TWO FIBBT PREMIUMS.
Wa met them again at the Ohio State Pair at Sandusky,
O., In 13.18, with equal Machinery, and brat them, taking
TWO alKsT PKSjBiiufliBi ogam,- e:
At the CluTKD STATES PAIR ror ITO'J, at Cincin
nati, O;, where all the leading manufacturers were repre
sented. ... . ...
, , The Blandy Mill twt Yictortov
o-r all. .cutting 32 boards, lift. 8 In, long, and
Inches wide. In f minutes, )3seconds; all the machine
ry operated by two hands only I land of course, carried
th SIH8T PBKMilJM. -Was
halna- nreeent at Indianapolis, 19C0, we do
knew what they did there, but we do know, that at
Ohio State Pair for lean, wnerswc iu meet.inem, tney
were eo kadi beaten a to be left entirely out of con
sideration in awarding premiums. Though they had
Mill and three Hngine on me grounds, tney did not
even eecond rresaium on euner.
lArelnnilars-fallT describing TflH BLANDV NA
TTONAL PREMIUM AND OUAMl'ION ENOINB AND
M ILL, with reports of operators, Ac, all truthfully
fairly seiiorm, aaunsa
'.. - -14 I u- , i.
' Blandy't Steam Engine Works,
' Zanesville, 0.
Jan 83 daw t o
saw-asai Jaani mm, i .. n", ., i. ,i 1 1 n i llj-f
KNAPP & CO.'S
Krora and after this data we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER G00D3
TWENTY FIVE PER CENT,
in oiiDfa to auk-r. oom roa oua
Our assortment is still good,
and it is known to every
one that our
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
. WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE Or"
KNAPP & CO.,
SOUTH HTG1T STREET,
S Ton of Featlicrsj and 60 Tons of
CANADI&N & TOTTED STATES HAIL
TO AND t Hon
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
Th Montreal Ocsan Steamship Company's first dsns
fall-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail every Mat
tardaw from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian and
United States Mail and passengers,
. Capt. Balantin.
SUorteetf Cheapest and Quickest Con
AMEEICA TO ALL PARTS OF EUROPE.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wednesday,
and from QTJEHKO every (tatnrday. eallioa-at
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land1 Malls and
Passengers, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
Glasgow passengers are furnished with razz passage
tickets to and from Londonderry .
Keiurn ucseis granted at reduced rates.
An exnerlenoed Surgeon attached to each steamer.
Oertiucate issued for oarrvina- to and brinadniout naa-
sengere from all th principal towns of Great Britain and
Ireland, at reduced rates, by this line of steamers, and
by the WASHINGTON LINE OP SAILING PACKETS,
icnving Liverpool every weea.
Kor passage, apply at the OIBos. 23 BROAD
WAIT, New lork, and 19 WaTEK ST.,
SABEL k STABLE, Oaoeral igsata,
Or to- j. R. ARMSTRONC.
noin lydAw Statesman Office, Columbus, Ohio,
Prom the Newiork Observer.
AS all parties manufacturing Sewing Machine are ob
liged lopsy Mr. liowe a license on each machine sold,
and are a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, as to the number sold, his books give a correct state
ment. From this reliable source we hav obtained the
following statistics. Of the machine made In th year
l-ttii, there were sold,
By Wheeler a Wilson .'..C1.305
" I. M. BingerexCo lll.OU
Grover Baker 10.SWO
thowing the sales of Wheeler a Wilson to be oViuM
tnose or sny other uompany."
Awsnlrd the highest premium at th
United States Pairs of 1858, 1H10 and 1S80;
' also at th ,
' , Ohio Stale alrs of lWfl and I860;
and at nearly all the County Pairs iu th Stat.
Our prices, at the lat reduction, are at low at any
tne sue maootn now sold, ana nnt a tune higher than
tho interior two vtreaa data men macAinie, now
forced upon the market.
Ths WHRELEft a WILSON MACHINE makes Jis
Lock Sticb the only one which cannot be raveled. It
is Alikb o Botu Simmof th goods, leaving nt rfctye or
All machinet warranted 3 veart, and tnetntcUon
given in their use, free or shame.
II. CBART.Sl Iligh st., Oolnmbos, 0.
. WM.SCMNBB CO.,
decJ SaWdteAwnca Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati.
: Master Commissioner's Sale.
.' ' - ' - - r . . I
Miller A Donaldson!
- vs. ' lapsrlor Court.
B VIHTDEOF AW ORDER OF SALE
to me directed from the Superior Court of Frank
lin oountytOhlo, I will offer for sal at the door of th
Court uoasa, in in city of uoiambos, on .
Saturday, tb Si dayo( March, A. D. 1861,
between the honraof 10 o'clock a. at . .an d f o'clock r si.
the west he If of tt e following described real estate tituai
in the county of Prank tin and State of Otio. to wit: Sixty
one feet ten and a half inches In width bv one hundred and
twentyrlvefeet In length or depth.ln the noriheastcorner
of oat lot number titty ooe.ln the city of Columbus, front
ing on in norm tide or rrentnn avenue, ana oounaeo
on tbe out. bvthoea.it line of said out lot No. 51, and on
th north by th north line of said out lot, and on to
west bv a direct line Derellelwllh theaat line, and six
feet ten and a hair Inches aistant uiereirom, me said west
half being thirty feet and eleven and a quarter inches
wide by one aunoreu ana uiirij nre icvi aeep.
A pv raised at eUO,00. - - - .'
1 an:ltditw. and Muter Oommlsalooer
! Printers' fe 4 JO -
Strcagtheaieg Cordial nl Blood
The Greateat neaaedyiat fa'wria.
AND THE- ' ,,
EVER TAKEN. V
IT IS STRICT
ly a sdentlde and
Vegetable Compound, ''
procured by th distil
lation of Boot. Herbs""
and Barks, yellow
Cock, Blood EooL '
Baresuarilla. Wild '
Cherry Bark and Don- &jt A
delioa enters Into "rsir n
principle of each Ingredient Is thmaghry ratraersd by
mynew method of diatiiiin.t.nw - '
CilSiatiug spirit, and i'ue aauai anVAiililHta recnedv for
renovatin th diaeaaed mum. anil
suffering snd debilitated INVALID to HEALTH an2
STRENGTH. i . "
Will effectaally cart f
LITEtt COMPLAINT. DTSPEPBIA. JAnnnrnsi
Chronle or Nervous DeMUtw. "- nr th fu.
and all diseases arlaln from a diannbind Lin. . a,
ach. Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Piles. Aoidltvor Siok.
M of the Stomach, tullness of Blood to to Head. Doll
pain or swimming in th head. Palpitation of th Heart,
Fullness or Weiirht in thaBtoaueh. 8o Stray.,!..
'hoklne or sufooarlnr fealln whan ltnjr Arm . n
or Vellowness of the Skin on! lyes. Might Swtatsfla
ward Fevers, Pain In th small of th back, ehst or side.
Sudden flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit, Frightful
Dreams, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous DUeose,
Skf 01 Bl0'0ne ?u th Skin, and Fever and Ague (or
Chills and Fever.)
Over a ITIilUoa of AtottUa
Have been sold during ths last six smth. and u .a i.
stance has It failed In giving entire saUefaction. Who,
then, will onr from Weakaeas or iMMllty hsr Mr
LEAN'S MluiNQTHBNINa CORDIAL irtll cWrouT '
No language can convey aa aiiaaM idea ot an tmau
diate and almost mlraculou change produced by taking
this Cordial in ths dlseaeed, debilitated and shattered
nervous system, whether broken down be .t wm
nature, or impaired by slcknees. the tabued mn bk...
organisation is restored to Its pristine health and vigorT
Or others conscious of inability, from whatever cause,
will End McLean a Stnnrlhenin Con) 11
regenerator of the system; and all who amy hav Injured
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will Had in the Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
To the ILadlea.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is sovereign and speedy cure for "
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WIIITE
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Ineonttnane of
Urine or Involuntary Dlsonarg thereof, Palling of th
Womb, Giddiness, Psinttng and all Disease Incident to
Than la bo KJjtaka About It.
Suffer no longer. Take It aecordln to Dlreetlana. It
will stimulate, strengthen and invigorate you and cause
un oioomor neaiin to mount your cheek again.
every Dotu is warranted to give satisfaction.
If your children are sickly, nun v. or afflicted. McLean's
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust, Delay
not moment, try It, and yon will be coavtaotd.
T IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
CaoTios. Beware of Drarrlstsor Dealers who aaa
try to palm upon yoa some bitterer Baraaparilla trash
which they eon buy cheep, by sarins It Is ast as good.
Avoid such men. Ask for McLean's Btrenaibmins Cor
dial, and lake nothing else. It I tba onlv laaml. thai
wm pumy ui piDoa soorougniy ona as in sasss tiasa
strengthen th system.
On toblespoonful taken every monrtng fasting. Is a
eertain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yellow
Fever, or soy prevalent diseases. It M pa( up is larg
Price only tl per bottle, or bottles for J. '
Sols Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also MoLene Volcanic Oil Linuaent.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pin streets,
St. Louie. Mo.
McLean's Volcanic) Oil Liniment.
The best Liniment In the World. Th only sofa and
eertain our for Oanoero, Piles, Swellings and Bron
chitis, ot Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Wsoknesaot th
Muscles, Vnronio or Innsnuuatory Rheumatism, StuT
ness of the joints, contracted Mosales or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Freeh
Outs, Cloers, Fever Sores, Caked Breast BoreNtpplta,
Burns, Scalds, Sore Thoat, or any Ianammotion or Pain,
no differeno how sevore, or how long th di sasss may
bav existed. McLeao'a Celebrated Liniment la a car
Thousands of human brings hav been saved a llf of .
decrepitude and misery by th ose of this invaluable md
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will rellev pain almost mstanntnentisl. and It oil
clean ee, purify and heal the foulest tore la aa locredl
ly snort tun.
For Horae anal Other Aalnala.
McLean celebrated Liniment la lh. nnlv aara an4 m.
liable remedy for the oar of Suavin. Bin Bon. Wind
galls. Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Node or Swelling. It
will never fail to our Big Head, Poll Bvll, Fistula, Old
runnln flora or Bweenv. ir nmnnrlv annlU.1 Vnv
Sprains, Bruises, Sera tehee, gore or Wuends, C racked
Uasls, Ohafas, Boddl or Collar Galls it is aa Infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a rare Is osrtaia la
Then trifle no longer with th many worthless Lini
ments offered to yoa. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
H. ItcI.EAN, Bole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pin Streets, St. Louis, Mo,
For sal by all druggist.
For sale by ROBERTS A SAMTJXT,
augW-dfcwly Columbus, Ohio.
An expeTieo cM Nurw-nd Fnna1 PbyilciijA, prvMfill
SOO THING SYRUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHINa,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft-
ening the gums, reduoing
all Inflammation will allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic- action, aad is
STJRE TO REGULATE THE ROW ELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, 1 1 will give rest to yourselves
BELIEF AHD HEALTH TO T0UB OTAJIil.
We have put un and sold this article for over ten rears.
and OAN BAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of It,
waei we nave never oeen aoie to say or any otner medi
cine NEVER DA8 IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE INST
ANCE, TO EVFB0T A CORE, when timely used. Nsv-
sr did we know aa mstones of dissausractton by any on
who used It. On th contrary, all are delighted with lu
operations, and speak in terms bf commendation of lis
magical eflects and medical vlrtaes. w speak In thla
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten years' sxp
rtence.AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FUR THE
FCLILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERB DECLARE. In
almost every Instance where the Infant is suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found la fifteen or
twenty minutes sfter tbeSyrup Is administered.
This valuable preparation Is the proscription ef ona of
th most KXPEHIKNOkDaiid SKILLFUL NURSES in
New England, and has been need with METER FAIL
ING SUCCESS in
THOUSANDS OF CASES
It not only relieves the chill front pain, sul Invigor
ates ths stomach and bowels, corrects scidity, and give
ton and energy to the whole system. It will almost in
GBlPlIO II TEX B0WKLS, AID WINS COLIC
and overcome convulsions, which. If not speedily reme
died, end In death. We believe tt the BBoT and SUR
EST RKMBDY IN THE WORLD, In all oases ef DYS
ENTERY and DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, whether
It arises from teething, or from sny other eauss. W
would sty to every motherwho hsss child suffering frost
anyof th foiegoleg onmplslnts DO) NOT LET YOUR
PREJUDICES NOR THE PREJUDICES OP OTHERS
stand between you snd your suffering child, and ths re
lief that will be BUHE-yea. ABSOLUTELY BURE-to
follow ths ass of this medicine, if timely assdr Full di
rections Sot asing will accompany each bottle. Nona
genuine anlees the faC'Slmlls of CURTIS a PERKINS,
Slew iui., I. uu uitmuun wrapw - - , ,
Sold by all Druggist tnroughoat th world
Principal Office, IS Cea Street If. .
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER rJOTTLE.
Mt7-da:w1y. ' " "t-'n
wm; knade & co.,
T si s I tc new wai.r-
BOOM, 0. ISO BAITIXOBS ST.
NOB. 1, S, S and 7 N. BUT AW BTI
Offer for sal their eeUbratad "
GOLDEN MEDAL, ' - .
' GRAND J
i 4 : ...a AD SO ARE
' ' j ... PIANO-FORTES. :
Being hlthly reeemmeaded a ska Attt Fratsssors tad
Musical AmaWareof ths oonntry, sad i
EVERY " a. A.
, INSTRUMENT- - rr
. V - WARRANTED FOB
' FIVE YEARS.
Th most fastidious customer may rely spoa being
pleased ta vry respsct.
Terms lifer)' - WM. KN ABB A 00.
BELTZEB A WEB8TBR, Agents, :
rtSBilydw. Columbus, Ohio.
-,f .M. C. LI LLC Y "
Aad Elonk-Eook llaanfanlaror,
' ." I0KTH BIOH ITSZ2T, COLTJXEin, 0310
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