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Air. WRIGHT, of Hamilton, meted to r.
consider the vote whereby the Home refused to
pace tbll bill, which motion wit disagreed to.
On motion of Mr. PAR ROTT. a joint resolu
tlon was adopted, authorizing the Governor to
appoint two additional members of the oom mis
lion to the Birder State Convention, so as to
make the numbor consist of seven.
The House took a recess.
Supreme Court of Ohio.
TUESDAY, Jan. 29, 1861.
Hon. Jacob Drlnkerlioff, Chief Justice; Hon . Joilih
flootL lion. Hilton Sutllff, Uon. W. V. Peck and Uon.
L. J. CRITCHFIELD, Reporter.
No. 51. John A.Turleyy. Wm. 0, Turley.et; al. Be
served la fcclolooonnty.
II. by hli will exooutod In 1800, devised eertiln real
aitate la Ohio to uu unmarried daughter, for life, and
tut reowluder at ner aeatn to nercnua or children then
IItIdk. and the deaendsnls of Ibow who might be dead,
iwiually to h divided fr tltrptt. 9. subsequently
married, had thirteen .children born, bat it her deocas
left only tea children then living, one having previouily
died without luue, and two leaving liiae. Held, that
tin devlie to the chlldien of pre-deceased chlldrenjis not
la conflict with the statute "to reitrlet tee nUilment of
real citat," puied Fob. 17, 1811; and that the "immt
diatt deictndantt" to which by laid act all devises are
restricted, Ineludei all Id whom, under the statute of
descents, an estate would have deaoended from the par
ticular pereon whoso descendants tbey by the will are r
quired to be.
No. 47. Hiohard Ilion, r. Joaeph Seiburg. In error
to in Dlstriot Court of Btark oounly.
Stmirr, J. '
8. aold and ponveved to an Incorporated canal oom-
panvlnnJi and water power with right to build a dim
ana How lande, which the oompany oy no onarier dm the
right to, appropriate, hy paying each damage ai aaaeued
by rommlaiiouera on claim made by the owner, aa pre
icrlbed by charter. B. reserved In hla deed, the right to
Claim damages in case certain oi mi lanas mould be In
undated by meant of the dam. The company having
built the dam, and conetruoted their canal, by means of
the dam, flowed fnid landa. 8. preferred no claim for
damages. The compauy aold and eonveyed the dam and
water power to I. and afterwards ceased to operate their
canal. The landa oontlnnlng to be inundated by the
dam, 8. brought an action ageinat E. for damages for
lit. The deed of 8. to the oompany granted tbe right
to flow the landau an incident to the conveyance, lub
jeotoDlytoa right to prefer a claim for auch damages
unaer tne cnamr oi tne oompany.
Sd. ThituponS. noglcotlug to present such claim
against the company, K aeqnlrrd b hla deed, fan ibso
lute right to continue aald dam. aa If he (8) had nrefor-
red hia claim and received full, compensation from laid
No. 81. Bird Chapman, v. Chiuncey Loveland. In
error to the District Court of Lorain county.
A. died having aclnim upon the Untied Slates pension
department for aa nnpald pension. 0., hia administra
tor employed D., under ineolal contract, to render ser-
Vices and advance neceisery expense money to obtain the
aamo, for three-fourths the amount that should be obtain
e l, for hla compensation, at., ti e sole eurvlvig child of
the lotcalate ponaloner, brought suit agalnat D. for three
lourinsor tne pension money si retained, item:
1st. The act of Congress of June 10, 1840, malting pro
vision for the paying of pensions Ao.. constitutes the ad
ministrator lu suchtjaie, a trustee to receive and pay
over tne monev to me eurvtving cniia.
Sd. That the admlnlatrator la entitled to retain and
apply so much of the money aa li neceasary to pay Inci
dental expenses in the discharge of his trust, and should
pay over an tne resume.
81. That for the purpose of an acoount. and recovery
by tha child, the admlnlatrator li a necessary party In
dtb. That the child li only entitled to recovrr inch
earn as remains after deducting the necessary locldcn tal
expenses of a fallhful execution of the trust.
Mo. 337. JCIIiha Blackford v. Thi State of Ohio. Writ
of error to Die Court of Common Fleai of Ashtabula
Bt Tni CouaT ' ,
An enclosed building, commonly callodan aahery, and
"uaed since Its emotion for the purpose of depositing
asbei therein, and converting the eaue Into potash," la a
faotory, within the meauing of th; Hlh section of the act
of March 7th, leli, providing for the punishment of
otlmef. as amended April 3d, i0tfl(Swaniaurltrhneld'i
Stat,, 500,) and la therelore the subject of burglary.
No. 361. Edward Howard v. The State of Ohio. Writ
of error to the Court of Common I'leal of franklin Co.,
Bt TII Cot'ST
1st. The crime of a person la hiving "carnal knowl
edge of bis daughter or ilitcr, fotoibly and agalnat her
will," ns defined In the 4th leotlon of the act of March
7th, 1135, (Swan St Critchfleld'i Stat., 404 ) and the crime
of a person in having "carnal knowledge of any othtr
women or female child than hli daughter or slater, aa
aforesaid, forcibly and agalnat her will," aa defined In
the Sth section of said act, aredletinctandaeparateorimea
and not merely dlu'erent grades of tbe earns crime.
21. In charging the latter crime, it is essential for the
Indictment to state that the woman or female child upon
whom the crime is charged to have been committed la not
the daughter or sister of the accused.
3d . An Indictment against II . and R-. charg tug them
Jointly with having carnal know ledge -of TJ., forcibly and
ageinat her will, the Hid U. "not being the daughter or
slater of them, the aald 11. and R. la not a sufficient neg
ative averment; for, notwithstanding auch averment, tbe
aaid 0. may be the daughter or lister of U. or R.
)-JnilMi.n( mmh anil miii, Mminri.il. 1 1
Ni,. 7a. Th.Hl.l. nf Ohio If rut. Kill ttr O. Jnhninn I
v. George Wilcox, Clerk of Lagrange township, Lorain
Application for peremptory mindamui to compel a
towmhlp clerk to draw an order upon tbe township treas
urer for the amount certified by the local directors of a
sub-district to be due to a school teacher for bit ier
Tioss, by Tne CooiT
By the fith section of the aot of March 14th, 1853, "to
provlle for the reorganization, supervision and mainte
nance of common schools,'' (Swan Sr, Critchfleld'i Stat.
1348,) the looal directors of each sub d is trio t are author
ised and required "to employ teachers, to certify the
amount due them for services to the township elerk, who
shall draw aa order oa ths township treasurer for tbe
amount," Ao. And by the .4th lection of said sot as
amended April 17. 1B57, (Swan Sr. Oritihneld.s Stat.
1134-5.) the disbursement of school funds li required to
be 'on tbe order of the clerk of tha board of education,
under the direction of tbe board, except In paying teach
ers for their services, the mid olerk may on auch teach
ers presenting their certificates of qualification, and de
positing with the clerk true copies thereof, draw the
requisite orders on the treasurer for auch amount aa may
have been certified to be due by any two of the local di
rectors of the proper sub-district in which the teacher
waa emoloved." Sto.
Tha authority and duly thus conferrediby tlie statute
upon the local directors, to employ teachers aid certify
tbe amount due them for services, oannot be controlled or
toterferredwlthbtuny order, resolution or rule of the
township board fixing a maximum compensation, not to
be exceeded by the local director! In employing teachers
la any sub district. Therefore, where a township board
entered aa order that teachers should not be employed
by i he local dlreetori at a greater oompenaatlon than S20
per month, and the local director! employed a teacher
ataoompeuaatlon of 830er month, and certified the
amount due him for hit services, at that rate, to the
township clerk, -It became; tha duty of tha township
clerk to draw an order upon tha township', treasurer in
cooformlty with suoh clrtltlcate of Uie local direotors.
Peremptory mandamus awarded accordingly.
No. 01. Edgerton Sr. Wilcox v. Hanna, Oarretaon St
Co. Error to ths Probate Court of Sandusky oounty.
By TUiCooar: Held:
1. A judgment oredltor seeking to subject chooses In
action by a proceeding In aid of execution under aeotion
4M. of tbe code. Is not required to maka a previous de
mand upon hli debtor to apply the choses In action, or
show a refusal to apply. If tha debtor has inch proper
ty It Is bla duty to take auch iteps as will maka It availa
ble for the judgment, ana a iiiiure to aiscnarga eucn
duty towards a creditor who has obtained jugdmentand
Issued execution may be oharged as an unjust refusal..
S. The mode of applying property nnder section 407
of the code la not prescribed, but it mast be In analogy,
aa to claims of the debtor aialnat third persona, to the
remedies, to which the debtor himself might resort. Tbe
court or judge acting under that aeotion Is not authorised
, to aettla disputes between the debtor and a third person,
1 or to enforce the collection of claims, by order of pay
ment and attachment. Where olaimi are to be collected,
the appointment of a receiver is the proper sauna,
J i dirmoDt affirmed.
No. tW. Aaron Belts el. al. Jr. J. H. Howartb,
' Treasurer, Sto. Demurrer to petition aastained; petition
dismissed, and lodgment for defendants for costs. No
further renort will be made of this eaae. -
Bu a ...I ur. Tnkn ImIm. T n Ammnt
' affirmed, and no further report will be made of this oase.
- No. 139. Thomai MoQulsten X. tha tSate at Ohio.
' Judgment affirmed on authority of Miller St Gibson v.
the Bute. 3 Ohio State renorta 475, and Kern V. the
Dtato, 7 Ohio State repots 411 . No further report will
Ho. 12. The Stale of Ohio ax ral. Tritdwell V. Tha
Commissioners of Hancock county. . .,...
nv the Oaurb Held. - - .
- 1st. To auiborlaeadfenUrofan allegation In a petit
ion, a want of belief Is eiflholeut; and It is not Improper
to aoeompany the denial with a ilatement that the party
making It haanojtnowlea'go or Infotmatlon en which to
gd An'aot or tha General Assembly provided that ths
MnntvfwmniulQiwi afanv aonntv inrouahor in which
j. a railroad might be located by a railroad oompany. should
ha authorise to subscribe to 'the capital stock of the
- oompany, and issue negotiable bond! In payment oi men
subscription. Aa alternative mandamus waa awarded to
require the commissioners to levy a tax to pay bonds
, purporting on their face to have been Issued In payment
of auch a aubseripllon and to be payable to bearer, and
which were stated to be held by the relator aa a bona Ada
balder. Che answer to the writ stated that the road had
never been located thrauirh or In tha county. Held: on
demurrer, to be a sufficient defense, aa showing that the
bonds had been Issued Illegally and Without authority oi
law. - - -r
I 3J. Tha aet provided, that bands Issued and negoti
ated by the commissioners and regular on tha face there
' of shall, In tha bands of the eumpany or of any bona
, fide bolder thereof, be deemed and taken In all courts
, ; aud elsewhere, aa eonoluatva evidence of the regularity of
very thing required by tha a-it.to be done ore llmlnarylto
the inuing and negotiation of auch bonds. Held: that to
maka bonds regular on the face thereof, auch conclusive
evidence), and an estoppel to a defense showing a want
of power In tbe commissioners, there must be aa avert
anent that they had been "Issued and negotiated hy the
' ' Demurrer ovorruted. ''' ' ' ' ' ' .
No. B7. CentralOhloB.B.Oo. V.Moore. Motion to
reinstate cue on tha general doeket. Granted,
' ' - No. 1W. William Ohamptr at al. v. The State ef Ohio.
Writ AV Mf allnweri
' Mo. 100. Wilson Buck V. Ths State of Ohio. Passed
for notice of motion. ' . . ' .
No. km. Waaaenandwlfov. neffnerstal. Leave to
' docket cue allowed, put motion to take case out of It
ontor overrules .
, . ., Adjourned until Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.
January 30th, IRIDRICK J. TAT, Iiq.of this olty,to
MUiOXLIAA. SMITH, ofUisfonnerpUcs. .
(11) 2)l)i0 Statesman
THURSDAY EVENING, JAN. 31, 1861,
Tbe Adams Express Company places oa dally
under obligations to it for the very latest papers
irora the eastern cities.
Tbe American Express Company has our
tbanks for its daily favors in me snape oi tne
very latest eastern papers.
Tbe Zanisviixi Poit Orricc Rossxar. We
gather from the Zsnesvllle Courier, the folio w-
fogfaots relative to tbe robbery of the Post
OlDce In that city, on the night of Monday , Jan'
Some time In the plght, some person or per
sons effeoted an entrance tnroueh the north
front door of the Office, by breaking tbe glasi
and removing the brace from behind tbe door
A mail bag which was made op for Adamsvllle
and the offices ou that route, was carried off,
bat was afterwards fouod in an alley not far
from the Post Office. A long silt had bsen cut
In the side, and all the letters taken oat, opened
and scattered about. A lot of change was also
taken from tbo money drawer. Notblog else
is known to have been disturbed. Tbe safe
wss not touched.
Last week, the Poet Offloe in the adjoining
town of Putnam, was robbed of one hundred
dollars, No clue has been obtained of the per
petrators In either case.
Woman's Rights in thx Liqiblaturc The
following, nottoe was banded nsthis morning
for publication t
Columbus, Jan. 30, 1861.
Editor or Ohio Statesman : The commit
tees of tbe two branches of the General Assem-
uiy UI UniO, naviDg under consideration the !
numerous petitions on tbe subject Of therlehtsl
property, &o., of married women, propose
bold a joint session in the Senate Chamber.!
Friday evening of this Week, at 7 o'clock, I
wnlcn time, by Invitation, Mrs. Uaok. CUT-1
lis, and Jonis will address the committees on
the subject. Tbe Chamber will be open to vis
F. D. PARISH.
Chairman of Senate Committee.
A RAILROAD Pass. The following good I
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smug u tuiu concerning me writing oi a certain
railroad manager not more than a thousand
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tying bim that be) must remove a barn, which
buiuu uiuuuur lucummuueu tne ruau,uuur toe I
nenall v of nroaenut nn. Ths thrcatpnorl Inrll. I
vidual was unable to read any part.of the letter
but the sizBstare, and took it to be a free dabs
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the rosd, and nsod it for a couple of years as
such, none of the conductors being able to dis
pute his Interpretation.
IIcnrt Koblrr, as will be seen by advertise
ment In this paper, has removed hie faablona-
n,.ki,.. .-A (T.i.n....:n c.i i .1. I
. D"'"8 u w ww
room Over the Post Office, recently Occupied by I
tr. a Traa.un . aaere is a very eugioie post- I
tlon, wbicb is fitted up In elegant style for tbe I
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accommodation Of bis IristdS and the public, I
and eaneciall far executlne Halr-DrMslno- far I
ana especially, lor executing nair-uressmg lor
laoies and children to Suit the most fsstlduoui I
Virdict of a Wisconsin Jcrt. Three young I
. i . . , . , . . r ' r, I
men were recently trica at iempneer, tv isooo-
sin, for shooting at and fatally wounding tbe
plaintiff's dog. Tho jury returned the follow
ing verdict In writing: "All three guilty;
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each Of the defendants to have another Shot at I
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Firemen's Stati Convention. The Annual
Convention Of the Firemen's State Volunteer
Association of Ohio, will be held at Cirolevlllel
the 13th of February. Every regularly or
ganized Volunteer Fire Company in the State,
upon tbe payment of one dollar, will be entitled
O Not long since a thief In Troy, N. Y.
et fire to a lady's hood, apprised her of the fact
that it was on fire, and while she was putting
out the flame, picked her pocket.
Theatrical. "Do you know the Barber 0
SetiUtl" said one gentleman to another in a
railroad o.r. "No," was the answer, "I al
ways shave myself."
A n.; ,k. .. .... rn.l
aiiaumaiwi, "u"u6 " j" i
asteroids and four comets were disoovered. The
number of asteroids now known to belong to the
solar system la sixty-two
CATHARINE atOtY, VU9 WIUOW OI I
... ... ... . t I
KevOlUtlonary SOlQier, Oiea recently at nasa-l
ville. at the ace of one hundred and sil vearS. I
B7An eleotlon for Postmaster at Bucyrui,
Crawford county, has resulted in the choice of I
James J. Robinson, Editor of tbe Journal, by st
Rail Road Time Table.
LtTTLI UiaKI a OoLCHBDI k R,
AocommodaUon 8.10 A.M. 9.15 P.M.
No. SBx S. 30 P.M. i30 P.M.
Night Expraii.. S.iiA.M. 8.4S A. M.
ChSVILANn, Colombdi Is CmOIMKATI R. B.
Kinraaa and Uall 3.00 P.M. 1.40 P.M.
Might express ...3:113 A. M. I MO A. M.
OuiTRaLOitio R. R.
Ixorasa Train 3.00 AM S 30 A.M.
Mail Train B.40 p. M. HWO I. M.
Prrrsaoaon, Ooldmbpi fc OiscunuTi R. R.
WvnraaaTraln 300A.M. 2.30 P.' M
Mail Train 8. 41) P. M . 11:20 P.M.
OoLomos Sc InouHarous R . R.
Columbus, Fiona Indiana R. R-l
Ixpreu Train 8:10 A.M. 11:10A.M.
fctfP.U. 8:10 P.M.
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the Falrport Chemical Works, Falrport, Mon
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Litis Complaint, Drsnrsu, &c, are becom
ing very prevalent among onr eltlsens.
would advise all who may be afflicted with those
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TELEGRAPHIC! REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.
sir. Be ward presented a monster petition froat tha
eltlsens of New Terk, for the passate of resolutions sub
stantially the Border State resolution!. Tha petition
signed uy js.uuu people ana is i puu feet long.
Sir. Moorehead Introduced a bill to prevent and pun
ish counterfeiting, and tha use of private stamps, labels,
tradelmarki, ato , of mechanics and tradesmen. Persona
found guilty of doing so are to be Imprisoned for not
more than is months, and to pay a fine' of not mora than
j,(kw. in consideration was objeoted to.
Messrs. Brlgga'and Btralton respectively presented
memorials, extensively t'.gned by cltltens of New Jersey,
urging an aujusuoeui oi tne national aimcuiiies.
Sir. Clark, of Missouri, Dresented a oetltion from eltl-
cani of that 8 tare, praying for the adoption of the Crit
tenden compromise. Laid on the table and ordered to
be printed. g
ilr. Uludman offered af cwlatlorfwhlch was adopted,
Instructing the Judiciary Committee to inquire whether
Martin 1. Gonwav. claiming to represent tha State of
Ktnsai, has been legally and constitutionally elec'.ed a
Representative to Congress from that B'ate; and that
the said Committee report by bill or otherwise.
itwasagreea to nave o night session for debate only.
The house went Into Committee of tha Whole on the
Senate amrndmenti to the dtflcienoy atmroDrietion bill.
The Committee on Wave and Means reoommended non
concurrence In the Senate'! amendment, appropriating
jw.uvu to rainy tne provisional contract witn Ambrose
vr . Thompson, to secure to the United States certain
valuable privileges la the province of Cberique.
Air. Morse offered a proviso to the effect that the con
tract bo not approved till the United States be secure la
thesuDDlvof coal. era.. Drouosedbv it. and protected
from failure, and that the United States shall accqulre no
right of sovereignly In New Grenada, or Ooita Bioa, nor
transport troops and munitions of war over tbe Territo
ry, unless voluntarily assented to by tke'Oorernmentief
Wamiiiiotos, Jan. 30 John Oochrano In reporting-
a bill for ths collection of the levenue to day aald he
fully ooncurred with the President In his pinion agalnat
secession, therefore all acta and ordinances of secession
are to be considered Infractloue of the mpreme law of the
una. Also that tbe constitution does not oonfer author
Ity on the Government to wage war against a aeoedlng
State, In order to coerce or compel her to remain nom
inally a member of the Union.
Tbe bill propoees that vessels from foreign ports bound
to porta In Needing States wbero obstructions are put te
tha execution of the laws, with ita'foreign cargo, bel.iable
to seizure anu condemnation. Aiiveaeeiaiu liieoueel-
wise trade are exempt, its restrictions applying only to
foreign commerce, on which revenue by law la collected
also provides when the revenue laws are obstructed,
d,n proclaim the port where such obstruction
VhaBiMl. will Mnnrl thm TrffV kill am VM. h
the warehousing feature amended so as to allow goods to
M ,tortu Ulres montni ueiore tne uuty ta paid, and six
months thereafter, and when taken out for export, tbe
uuties are to no raiunoea.
Private accounts slate that Alexander TI. Stephens
will be pressed for the provisional President of the
Southern Confederacy, to conciliate the conservatives.
The friends of the PaoiBio Railroad bill Induing from
th wntaAfith AnBt foal Hrnrntn nt ,! lMaldnla
approval; amendments are yet to be aoted upon by the
n is rnmoied that Ihere
Is lerioui disagreement be
tween Qen. Boott and the President, touching recent
movements at Fort Monrce. tha President expressing
much annoyance at turning the gum ot tbli fortress In-
Th commander of Ihe Brooklyn, la ordered to lay off
fort Pickens after loading auppllrs, and If he sees an
attempt to attacx tne ioriress, to iana nia artillery men
ana bring uie snips guns to the defense of tbe Fort.
Tnl.nu.nl.lw..!.l. . , . V.. VUhttm n..u V..-
fromPensacola, as a collltlon la strongly apprenend-
A messengerarrlved to day with despatches from South
Carolina for Col. Hayne.
The select committee to-day examined Jno . Tormey
Olerk In tbe Inferior Court, Baltimore, touching the ae
secret organizations la Maryland, for the seizure of the
Capitol. Iledenied all knowledge, but asserted that It
military eempaniea from the Worth attempted to pais
through Maryland'to Washington, to attend! 'he inaugur
atlon of Lincoln they would be stopped
The Hoaaa commlttea on Wave and Mean, h. rm-
ported a deficiency bill, recommending the purchase of
qul 00tract. and reduce the appropriation for returning
reoapiurea Aincani to t,uw.
Mr. Cats will return to Detroit In a few weeks.
Mr. Mwraw, of Maryland, has resigned the Liverpool
u ansuiate, to wnicn ne waa receniiy appoiotea.
It u anaetoodithat the messenger from south Caro-
Una brings the resolutions passed by the South Osrollna
Legislature, demanding tne aurrenaer or rort oumter.
Col. ilayne will present tbe demand to the President,
and ir refuted, an attack on sort Sumter will follow lm-
. . .. , ., .
Tha nrhnlA M.lM.nnMlll TlaloiT.tlnn l.nln t .......
unite In urging tbe lending of Delegate! to the Border
. " . . . . 1 ""-k" Mi.M.uy,
Private advices from the South, reocived to-nlnht. In
dicate that there will be a fight In lesa than thirty hours.
Oapt. Meigs, commanding the Fort at Torgugas, In
forms the Government he Is sufficiently reinforced to
defy any attack
Ool. Judge, commissioner from Alabama, haa arrived
with power to negotiate for the federal property situate!
in tnat state, arsenals, rorts, at 0,
WasHisaToa, Jan. 31. Cart. Kandoipn 11 ths only
naval officer of that rank who has resigned, and he waa
on the reserved list, till resignation was accepted be
fore the Information reached tha Department of ths sur
render 01 rensaoola navy yard
More care Is now taken than heretofore by both the na
vy and war Departments, to prevent their seorot orders
lrom obtaining prematura publicity, wnicn naa on several
occasions trustraiea tns designs 01 uie aaminiiiratieo, to
tne nubllo detriment.
Application! continue to be received hers from Post
Uaiteri In tha seceeding Btatei, for supplies ot postage
stamps, blanka, wrapping paper etc., but they are turn-
lsnea on condition matins rott aiaaieri win acanowi
edge and conform to tbe laws affecting tbe postal service.
FROM NORTH CAROLINA.
Rattton, Jan. 30. The Convention bill has pasted
both Houses. It li to be voted for the
Nashville. Jin . 30. Notwithstanding the recommend
ation of the ojvornor of Tennessee, that Commissioners
be aent to Montgomery, the Legislature to-day instructed
their Commissioners to go to Washington.
DT. 1.0DIS, JU. JI-amououwTOuu,.u.r.u.
by which Ihe Senate Resolutions to appoint uommisston-
era to the Washington uonvenuons, waa lain on me ib-
kin. waa adonted in the House lesterday, but after mueh
discussion, and tne adoption anu rejeouou oi various
amendment! and substitutes, lbs whole subject wis
again tabled, thus defeating the Senate appointment!.
A nnllmlnare meetlna- lookin to the nomination of
unconditional union men aa ueiegaun ui uie bum vou-
VOntlon. waa noiu TOSieruav wivruuvn, a, wuii.-u vuuiv
jo0or30 were present. Resolutions declaring unre-
servedlyfor tho Union, snd opposing mer pirly men
for tbe Convention, wars adopted, and tha meeting ad
journed till Monday.
FROM MISSOURI. Railroad Sold at Sheriff Sale.
RpiranrtiLD. 0-. Jan. 30-Theroad bed, right of
war. and real estate of ths BprlnlUeld. MU Vernon a
Fittsburgh Kallroad uo., irom nprmgneiu so iieiaware,
Including tools, machinery in the shops, and rolling
stock, was sold at sheriff's sale to-dar
Frederick A. Lane, of New York oltv. Wll tbo pur
ehaser of the entire property, fer ths first mortgage bond
noiaors.it f iuu,uw,
Indictments against Floyd, Russell and Bailey.
WaisisaTOR. Jan. 30. The Grand Jury found three
eaiei against Baily for larceny; one Joint Indictment
against Bailey. and Russell; three indictment agalnat
Kunell for receiving stolen bonds; one joint inuictmeni
against Bally, Russell and Floyd for conspiracy to oe
fraud the government,
DtmiiBX. Jan. 31. A fire at Jamestown last night,
burned over thirty places of business, Including the Allen
House. Ghautnaua conntv ana Jamestown canal, aaa
th Hawlcy Block. Tba bonks and fundi of tha Bank!
wire all laved . Lose from 1 15O.U00 to t200,0U0,
Hastiisuso, Jan. 31. The Democrallo Stats Com
mittee adopted a call for a Convention for' the (1st
February. Tne imnsa auopwa a resolution to sena
Oommlislontri to VYunington.
MiLwaoaic. Jan. 31. A flra broke out In tha upper
atorv of the Seaman furniture house, lilt night. The
building and nearly ill the furniture wai destroyed.
mtlmateu loss, f eu,uwi to e iwu,uw. ausurou tor jw.
OW). . . - ..
Onicaool Jan. 31st. J. M.S. Oausln, formerly mem
ber of0ongresi from ths Baltimore district, died of apo
plesy at uatro tan morning.
n.. U7, W .Uh that r. famll.
the land would keep Guernsey's Balm in
How much misery it would
O See adrertisement of Prof. Miller's
Hair Invigorator in another column.
OTJ't IHt '
I kj B. 0. Soda;
Ssl Soda and Saleratns;
8 ream Tartar pure and lit qnillty; ' "'
alt Petre and Brimstone;
No. 1 Mackerel and Barring; .
Prima Rio Coffse;
Old Government Java Coffee; 1 '
Pun around Coffe: '
Bucket!, Tubi, Brooms. Wuhboarrls Ae. Tor uie
- - MCnMSB a HSB11SAUA,
Jin.31. 31 Statesman Building.
M.infvfStr. srUoi. of W
ey Syrup, Wholesale and Retail.
COIrlETHINO NEW. '
O Veddo Tea (Jipao.) For Pale by
Jan 31. .... . . Mcnut a nttintui.
J. 0. WOODS'
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Jan. 31.
FLODH receipts B,89fl bblss market a little mora ao
live, while prices are without material change; 4,500
bbls at S, l&Sii.ii for superane western; 5,35015,60
foroommon to medium extra wet Urn I 5,65a)3,75 for
Inferior to good shipping brands extra Hound Hoop
Ohio. Canadian flour steady and anehanged; sales 300
WHEAT receipts or 1,51)2 bush; market firm with
little better export demand: ealei 60.000 buahat SI. IS
rorunieago epring; i,KO(i,'tti lor ainwautee uiuband
Amber Iowa in store and deliveredl 11.35 In store for
oholce winter Red Western.
BYE dnll at 673UH)o.
BARLEY quiet and unchanged.
OOBN receipt! of 300 bush: market unchanged, but
leu active: lalei of 31,000 bush at 6U(70c for mixed
western In store and delivered.
OATS steady at30S3iKo for Western. Canadian and
PORK-dull, sales 100 bbls at 117 75317 87 for mesa.
and (13 for prime.
bis itr quiet and nncnaujed. ay
OUT MKATS steady. v
LARD dull; sales 100 bbls at W31OV.
BUTTBR In fair request atlOUo for Ohio, and 14
tSISc for BUte. .. .
0 flERSR steady at (kstlO 1-So.
WHISKY dull and drooplna: aales 300 bbls at WVtai
18 1 So. Market dosing with no buyers dver 18o.
STOCKS qulet.but rather firmer for itorllng exchins-e
and money. Nothing new Rates steady, and business
moderte. 0 at R 1 53 1 9: Gal at Chic 72K: M H 1.1V.
do quoted at 33 1-2; Beading 45 ; 10 Bcnp"9; Hud
45K; Pao Mail 85Xi Del At Hud 92; 0 t T 34 ; M 0
5x; Harlem 10, do preferred SHi NYC ; Pa bO,
Canton 15; N 8 5's 71; Coupons 01k; N S 5'i05; Trea
sury 12's 101',; Tenn O's 7S; N 0 77; Ho 88; N Y 0 fl's
86; Cal 87; I 0 bonds 96; Hud Sd bonds 90; 0 and N W
lit bond 40 IS.
WHBAT Is but very sparingly offered. Prima Red
waa aold one cent per bushsl higher than lately quoted,
but millers make II their maximum.
OOKN oa tbe ear has a fair market at 3,e. Shelled Is
In regular request for tba South, particularly prime
While, auch aa la suitable for grinding for domestic use.
OATS are very firm at 97c. and higher figures are
asked but po not meet buye-i. Sales from store have
been made at higher figures, but are not, cf course, a
criterion of the market.
BARLEY Is still father inactive at anything over
75o. for strictly prime fall.
RYE Is quietatOOSOIo.
WHISKY li lets active to day at 14c.
Hons, are hardly reportable. Receipts were less than
500 head, and no sales were made that iadicata any
change in tbe market. Cin. Own. Jan. 31.
can on track it II, 0J.
CORN sale of 3 can on track at 3bo.
0 AT8-sale or 1 car at 95c.
HOQS sales to-day have ranged at G,&3$0,4!. She
market la weak at the outside figure.
FRUIT sales of 5.000 lbs dried apples at 3,o
Peaches a re quiet at 12(3)13.
BKEDS aalei of 30 bags Clover at H,12tf.
YOflB-Qniet, at lie.
BUTTER dull at 910o for Central packed, and 1 1
12c for toll. Choice roll In small lots, command 13a
CHEESE -dull at dc.
POKK-meis U firm at 118,12.
Philadelphia Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 30.
QFLODR-dnll; superfine at 5,9533,37),'. Wiit firm
sales 514,000 bushels red at 1 1 27 I 29; for white 1 1 35
( I 40. Coin declined 2c Hire 55.000 bosh new 60S
Too. Provisions mess pork $2,00. Whisky steady
(Late of Phalon's Establishment, N. Y.,) Poprletoro
tha New York Fashionable Shavlnv. Hair Cuttinr
Bhampooning, Curling and Dressing Saloon, East State
atreet, over the Post Office, where satisfaction will
be given la all the varioue branches. Ladles and
Children'! Hair Dressing don In the best style.
THE StJBSCKIBEHS, DEALINO IN
a Staple Article, will furnish employment to
a raw active men to act as agents for their house. A
preierence will be given to those who are well acquaint-
cu in mi uiainct tor wnicn wey apply.
For which services thev aro willing tri nav a. alar
$600 to $S00 par year, ad Expanses.
For further particulars address
W. B. MOREHOUSE It 00.
-- 3 and 5, Kxchanaa. Place,
JanM d3n. jirsey City, N. J.
TAFT HAH REMOVED HIM
stock of DRY GOODS from No. 181 South Hizll
street, to his old stand. No. 48 North High atreet, in
Thompson's Buildlni. where he will benleaaed to ace all
hli old customers, and all new ones that may come, where
ne win sen inem cneap gooas.
A large lot of CARPETS on hand, which will bo aold
at coat, for cash, to close tha stock.
D. H. TAFT,
Janl8:dlm Corner nigh ind Gay its., Columbus. 0.
From tha New Itork Observer.
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines are ob
liged lo pay Mr. Hows a license on each machine sold,
and ara a so compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, aa to the number sold, hla booka give acorrectstate
ment. From thli rellabl lource we have obtained the
following elatiitloi. Of ths machines mads In the ysar
tner were aold,
By Wheeler Sc Wilson (1,303
' I. M. Singer a Oo lO.'.BJ
" Graver It Baker 10,280
Showing ths sales of Wheeler a Wilson to be dovblt
those of sny other Company."
Awarded ths highest premiums et ths
united Btatei rain or scats, ituv ind isuu;
also at the
Ohio Stats Fairs ot 1KS9 and 1800;
and at nearly all the County Fairs In th State.
Our nrloes, at Ihe lata reduction, an a low at any
loot MfcA machine now sold, and but a trine higher Uiaa
ths interior (too lArtaa cnam arte macAltut, now
tViVsVaad n iinn that mnrlrtar .
The WHKRLKR a WILSON MAOHINB makes the
Lock Stioh the only one which cannot be raveled. It
Is Alixi oa Botu Bios of the roods, leavini no rfdat or
ekalnontht under tiU. , .
AU maMtu warranted 3 veari. and imtmcUon
given in tneir use, ire or onari.
u. ucuiax,ok iiigu ei. uoiumDna, u.
Wll. 6UMNSB A CO..
dec3-2awd3mAw0ua Pike's Opera Bonis, Cincinnati.
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State and Town.
rvMIB OLD CAHH1AGE
8110P Is still running, and although
tha pressure of rate years haa set heavily
upon her running gears, she is still turn'
ns out those splendid PIISTONS, ROOKAWAYS, and
PUINOR ALUKRT'S SHIfTINO TOPS and NO-TOP
BUQ01KB, OARRIAGKd, XXPRK8S, SKILHTON,
DEMOCRAT and QHOOBKY W AOON8, SMALL OMNI
BUSKS and HACKS. Twenty yean Heady manufac
turing has given our work a wide-iperad reputation
through the soutn ana nest.
We therefore deem It unnecessary to lay my thing more
in regard to ths quality of our work. Ws wahssrt
ivoit VaiiicL. We can sell oooo Tor Boouin from
SS to 1.150.
Dealer! oan be furnished with any amount of work
short nolle, and at price lower than can be bought any
woirs In me welt, eeconu uauaBugg.ee men in
I ehans for new work.
ILTRepainng don neatly and at ihort notice. io
'All oommnnlcatlons will receive prompt attention
us- SI wly
1. M. WILLIAMS fc OO
AND ' " f-
190 Pearl Street,
ROSEWOOD, IfiasSUOAN Y Altl
Black-Walnut Boards and Plank of various thick'
a: Mahossn and Rosewood Lon: Uahooanv
Rosewood Veneers; Zebra wood Veneers; Black-Walnnl
and Oak Crotch Veneers; Line-mottled Mahogany ; Walnut
and Oak Vinson; also, plain veneers, atso. par
for Frame makers: Piano and Cabinet Moulding:
Mahogany and Walnut Bannisters and Newella, all
and nstterni: Mahogany Hand-rail Btuff for Bulr build-
in; epanisn ueuar lur vigar avini eui auu sawiu cisca
tns for Pictures and Looking glass frames.
u Inch Ponlar. in large quantities; Lhroam Vitas,
assorted for Block-makera and Tan-pin Balls; also,
Walnut, nanogany ana uosewooa vtneen
Baring built a Bedstead Faotory adjoining my Mahog
any Saw mill, which la now la operation, I would
peetfolly Invite tbe trad to call and siamlne my
sorunem or oeasiesui, wnwu a ousr lor m mnv
and warranted a gooa artuia, .
' HSNRT ALBRO,
Jy31-wflm . IBS Pearl street, Cincinnati, Ohio.
TTTinft MANTLE BABAOES,' both
TV White wo uiaca, jut reoeirsd M
for all TIHfOAT and
covriiii, and every
jtuiplalnt the forerun
ner of s and even actual
TTTntWTtsTH'T.T.'s I The Great IVICUUAE.-
u s i aa rd'iu mw k ishu nai-
ural OPIATE, adnoted
to every species of ter-
TOLU Ivoua and Chronic
tiani, liatarru. Tooth
aatd Eur Ache, t,ou of
JXU U U X a Xi. J plaints.
No real Juatlce can be dous tha above preparations
but by procuring and reading descriptive pamphlets,',
be found with all dealers, or will be sent by Proprietor
on demand. Formulae and Trial Bottles sent to Pbysl
clans, who will find developments In both worthy their
acceptance ana approval.
Correspondence solicited from ill whose necessities or
curiosity prompt! to a trial or the above reliable Heme
For rale by tha uiual wholesale and retail dealer
JOHN L. HUNNEWEIX, Proprleto
CHEMIST AND PHARMACEUTIST,
Ho. S Coniinerolal Wharf, Boston, Mass.
Roberts it Samuel. N. B. Uarple, J. R. Cook, J. M
Denlg, 0. Deutg St Sons, A. 1. SchuellerStSon, Agents
tor Columbus. Ohio. niyl-dly
MEDICAL AND TOILET
This book contains Jleoefpt and Dtrectloni for ma
king all ths most valuable Medical preparations In use;
also Recipes ind full and explicit directions for making
all ths most popular and useful Cosmetics, Perfumes,
Unguents, nair Restoratives, and all Toilet Articles. If
yon are suffering with any chronic disease If you wish a
beautiful complexion, a fine head of hair, a smooth face,
a dear skin, a luxuriant beard or moustuche or If you
wish to know any thing and every thing In the Medical
and Toilet line, you should by all means peruse a eojiy
of this book. For full particular! and a avmpla of the
work for perusal, (free) address the publisher,
T. F. CHAPMAN,
No. 631 Broadway, New York.
Headache I Headache t
Thousands of persons suffer from headache! to the leri
oui detriment of their comfort, business, and health,
who might easily be cured by simply using IlaamiRty'ri
DoHEornaTic Sntciriti. The llxaptcin Piix taken In
the morning, and the Bilious Pill taken at night, rarely
fall to euro Ihe most severe and obstinate case. Thou
sand! having tried them have been entirely freed of this
bane of their Uvea. Oo and do likewise.
Price, 25 cents per box, with direction!. Six boxes II
Sent by mall or exprci, free of char; celpt of
the price. Address.
DR. IinUPHRKYS St CO.,
No. 5112 Broadway, New Yo
Sold hy ROIlEKTS at SAMUEL,
W bolesale and Retail Druggists. 24 N . High street.
' 8. K. SAMUKIi St 00..
Jnnl-dlwlm 85 8. High street. Columbus, 0.
Bee advertisement In another column.
KIUIFAT'S lai'ls tMLI.S.
In all cases of coatlvenets, dyspepsia, blllioui and Uvii
affection!, pllis, rheumatism, fevers and agses, cb-tl
nate bead ar-hee, and all general derangement! of bealtb
them Pills have Invariably proved a oertain and speedy
remedy. A single trial will place ths Life Pills beyond
the reach ofcompetltion In ths estimation of every pa
tient. Dr. Moffat's Phoenix Bitters will be found equally ef
flcacioui in all cases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, bead
ache, the sickness Incident to females Indelicate health,
and every kind of weakness of the digestive organs.
For sale by Dr. W. B. MOFFAT, 330, Broadway, N. Y.
and by all Druggist. may22-detwty
Ths following it an ezttact from a
letter written by the Rev. J. 8. Holme, paster ol the
Plerrepolnt-Street Baptist Church, Brooklyn, N. Y.,to
ths "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and speaks
volume! In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Htti
Wikslow's SooTmxa flvitrr roa Childrih Tixthibo:
"We see an advertlsment In your columns of Mrs
Wikslow's doothimo BvRi'r. Now we never said a word
in favor of a patent medicine before In our life, but we
feel compelled to aay to your readers that this li no hum
bug ws naviTRiao it, am kmow it to aa atx it
Cham. It is probably one of the most successful medi
cines of the day . keoaute K la one of the beat . And those
of yonr readers who have babies can't do better than
lay In a supply.'' ort7:lydcw
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
inanufacliircra ef all kinds of Por
table and stationary Steam Fn
RtucS) saw nulla, urlst fftllle,
LAXSA BODLBYBiatenl n. at F. BLAKD YBeatinl
J. AJ. U. DUYALL Beaten lit VOLU31BVS
' MACHINE CO. Beaten 1 1 1 1 BRADfORD
ct CO. Beatmlltlt
Onr Portable Engine and Siw Mill
Wis swarded the first premium of Rid st the Indiana
8tate Fair for I860 over Lane A Bojley's on account of
Price, llghtnoes, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior charaoter of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine was awarded at the lame Fair
His Srat finmUun of ft'AJO.
Oar Portable Mrigine was awarded the first premium of
tWU at the sural Mempms, ienn., over uianuy s uu-
vall a, Uolumbui aiaonineuo a., anu nrauioru io i.
try a oommlttee of practical Railroad Engineer!.
For price and terms address
W1LLAR0 WARNER, Treasurer,
deoS-dfcwlyeoi. Newark, Ohio.
THE VICTOR AT EVERY FAIR
WHEBE EXHIBITED 1
fKUHDrS PATENT, AUG. 3J85Q
.... in ii i l 'f i i . .mi ' '
, ; . CONTRA NOTICE.
Th Newark Machine Work! fn publishing Uie above
notios of having been vlotonomover
Tbe Blandy Portable Steam Saw mill
at anv lair whatever, knew they wen publishing auM-
knod. Wa have published our denial of the truth
their statements in other papers, but may nave not al
tered them, nor offered the nubile any evidence to sua
tain their untruthful assertion. We never had a Mill
Knilne on exhibition at Memphis. Tenn. He aid
mtt tfemat ths OhlofBtate Fair atZaneivllle.O., 1KHI,
where In th sawing content, they came out behind
othen. we taking TWO F1H8T l'ttKUlUMB
Wa met them again at th Ohio State Fair at 8aadusky,
A., In 1H38, with equal Machinery, and beat them, taking
tWO FIR8T I'KKJUCMH again.
At the UNITED oTATBs rAlll ror iniu, aiuinent-
atl.O., where all"ie leading maunfasturer ware rep
Knua. - t ' . ' .
Tlit Bland aiill teas 1 iflormtii
over all, cutting 3? beards. 19 ft. 8 in. long, and
Inches wide. In 8 minutes, )5eoondi; all ths macMne-
ry operated by two hands only 1 1 and oi course, carrieu
th. tut pbrmtiih. -
Hot beine present at inaisnspoiii, i, ws uo
know what they did there, bul w do know, that at
Ohio State Fair for IH6. wner wo sua nuMi.inem, uiey
mm an haHlv beaten si to be let t entirely out of con
sideration In awarding premium!. Though they had
Mill and three Nngine on th ground, they did not
n-nnrfVrvnlum on either. '
wporolrcnlara tolly describing TTIS BLANDY NA
TIONAL PRKMIUM AND CHAMPION KNGINB AND
MILL, with reports of operators, Ao., all tntAWly
fairly sat forth, adaress ,
7. j. " - H.fc f-RLANDY,
. x , Blandy's Stesm tngln Workt,
JB,.dwse .,,. . , sapsivius, ,
Best Co Pgh Medicine in the.Worid!
Great Rented? of the Age
PULMONIC CHERUY CORDIAL
FOR THE SrEEDV AN CEETAlfi CDltE OF
Cougbs,v Colds, Throat Diseases, Hoarseness,
Oroup, Bronchitis, Asthma, Eirly Stage
Consumption, Spitting Blood, Night
Sweats, Feverish Condition, to
Of the great remedies which Dr. Area (of the Throat
and Lung Institute, 30 West Fourth Street, Cincinnati,)
haa offered to tbe public, there li nona which haa given
such universal satisfaction In his practice a tbe "Pol-
Homo Chxrrt CoaniaL." ,
It ponetsrs the most extraordinary powers, and
among tha points of markod inf eriority of this favorite
remedy are these:
JETJt contalne no morphine, er any
lUIno; wlilcli will derange the II ow-
els or Impair the Appetite.
jrj3! t contains uo deleterlone eul.
ICFThe effeet ie prompt and perma
JJj'As a euro or preventative of -r'vrTarTiTTTi'fa
It has no equul. None who have
ever used It have been attacked.
CALL FOR IBIS AND TAKE NO OTHEB.
q q q q qqqqq
Do not Confound It with any otbsr prspira.
tlon pnt up by any pstson of similar same.
This Cough Cordial has been thoroughly tested thous
ands of tlmei, and In no case hai It ever failed!
Bear In mind that this Cherry Cordial Is the prepara
tion of a regularly educated Practicing Phy. ician, a
point not to be lightly estimated Vy those who require a
Oeo. W. Rice, Esq., of Cincinnati, certifies to a re
mark aide cure of Asthma, Ihe patient being bis wife.
The remedy the cordial.
John II- Sclera, Bin., of Cincinnati, testifies to a re
markable cure of chrcnlc throat disease by means of thia
Rev. Dr. J. F. Chalfant, Presiding Elder. (M. E.
Church, Dayton District,) ia;i: "I cordially recom
mend Dr. Ayer'i wonderful preparation to those wbo
may be suuenng from chronic catarrh or disease of tho
Throat ana Lungs.'
Solomon Adams (of thi well known Inrnoitlng Dry
Good! House, Hughes, Adams Sr. Co.,) Clnolnnatl. aaya:
I heartily commend Dr. Ayer'a Cordial as luitlr de
serving the icelebrity it has attained-''
Chas. Munroe, Esq., Cincinnati, aayi: 'I cheerfully
express my fullest confidence In Dr. Ayer'i medicine.
R. Bates, Esq.. wrltei form Fifth Avenue Motel,
New York: "I shall always recommend my friends to the
use of your Cordial, feeling, that It ha, effected what
some of the most eminent physicians in New York and
Cincinnati failed to accomplish, vis: ths curs of Mrs.
nates mroai. -
T. J Kmersra, Esq., Profeisor of Vocal Music, Cln
cinatl, soys. "All other remedies hiving failed to curs
or relieve my throat, I used Dr I. W. Ayer'i Cordial,
and am happy to lay, It effected an entire and perfect
L. B. Eager, Constable, Cleveland, says: "With ths
use of Dr. Ayer'i Cordial I, experienced the most decided
relief, and hare no doubt of its effecting a radical and
Rev. E- 0. Tucker, Brookvllle, Indiana, wai cured of
Consumption and testifies in the strongest term! to the
wonderful efficacy ot the cordial.
Rev. J. B. Allen, Pastor ot ths Presbyterian Church,
Brookllus 0., cured of chronic bronchitis, says: "I am
now able to use my voice as well aa at my lime during
my ministry and with more effect and comfort. I now
rejoice that I applied to Dr. Ayer."
Equally itrong letter! and testimonials from S. J.
Burlisoo, Bupt. of Bridges, Cleveland: H. Ranney,
Merchant; n. Banlord, Merchant; V. A Van Blyke.
Steamboat builder, Buffalo; Col. Crump, Hannibal,
Mo.; u. a. Johnson, also.. Ulty Attorney. St. Louis
Rev. A. J. Kane, Springfield, Ilia: Mosei Che.
Esq . , Civil Engineer, Pittsburgh; and bun Jredi of otberi
have been received.
For sale In Cincinnati by E BOANLAN A CO.,
Yi hoiesale Agents, corner rourtti and Main Street.
cumin, BCKBTKiN aco.,
Corner of Fourth and Vine Street
Alto, at Dr. A YER'll met. 30 Wttt fourth Street.
Cincinnati, and by Druggists generally.
for isle by UK. O. DKN1U BUN, Horth-Eut cor
ner of High and Rich streets.
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES MAIL
TO AN IS FHOifl
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
The Montreal Ocean Steamship Company first clisi
full-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail every Mata
lira ay from fuiiTbAMi, carrying tne Canadian anu
United Btatei Mail and passengers,
NOVA BCOTIAN dpt. McMastere,
BOIIKMIAN Capt. Orange,
NORTH BRITON Oapt. Borland,
CANADIAN Capt. Graham,
NORTH AMKRIOAN.. Oapt. Alton,
ANGLO-SAXON Capt. Balantins,
Shortest! Cheapest aiidQttlckcetCon
AMEBIC! TO ALL FABTB Ot ETJBOPE.
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every IVedneadar,
and from QUEBKO everf Maturday, calling
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and land Mails and
Passenger!, to ind from Ireland and Scotland.
Glasgow passengers ara furnished with ran passage
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Return ticket! granted at reduced ratei.
An experienced Surgeon attached to each steamer.
Certificates Issued for carrying to and briniing out pas
sengers from all tbe principal towns of Great Britain
Ireland, al reduced rates, by inn una of steamers,
by lbs WASHINGTON LINK Of SAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool every week.
For passage, apply at tha Offloe. S3 BHOA
WAV, New Vork, and 10 WATCH ST.,
8ABEI 8EABXE, Genual genu,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONG.
nolO lydkw Statesman Office, Columbui, Ohio.
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to ths
POSTIKQ AND DI8TBIBUTIS0
BILLS , IN THIS CITY.
All orden left at the Office of ths Btatuman will
promptly sttended to. i - , - ' Janti-tr
REfflOVEN ah si rHEvcnii sis
flammatlon and pain, and heaU the wont burn,
mkt. bruise, cut, or fnah wound of any kind, rrevents
swelling and pain from be atlngs, mosquito bltea,
poisonous plant!, neuralgia, rheumatism, ague In
breast, salt rheum, etc When taken Internally, It
positively cure croup lo children, end glvea Immediate
relief in tha wont ess of this terrible complaint:
removes hoarseness and son throat. Price, VS oeati
bottle. - Should be In every neuss. lor aale by Drug
gist! atld Storekeepers.. - - IRVIN STONh,
- ooie rropriewr, no. pprues a,., pew iora
0t4dAwlyll .' - '
' abvrrtisjmint , ' '
. Sot ths INSTANT RIL1II
'and PIRMANKNT CURB of
distressing complaint asa
Made by 0. B. SIYM0OB A CO., 107 Nassaa Rt., PJ,
I rnoe pi s us oy pom. . .
IV FOR SAL! AT lit DRUOOISTS.
Biaye-dawvw :-. ,- ,v
. .. - ..Dr. J. HV KcLAII'D.--
Strengthening Cordial and uicJi
J- eeeirii Tf WtU
AII0 THAI aav' , ,i
KOBT WIICIOM ; ' LI
atS . 1
EVER TAREN. .HS I'J
ly s totalise uA
Vegetabla Oom pound,
procured by the distil
lation of Roots. Uerbs
and Barks, Yellow
Dock, Blood Root,
Oherry Bark and Daa--f 14;
dellou enters into i
Bcfon Tiikln&Sv. rifter Taklns.
principle of each Ingredient la thoroughly extracted by
my new method of dlstilllog, producing a delicto oa. ax' '
blleratlng spirit, and tha saoat INPAI.lTim.n
ranovatins tha dlieaaed nntem. and Vk. .i. '
STRRMOTH deblUUle "VAtlD to RRALTB iiaa ,.
ncLEANXS SfBENOTHENIPIS COB.i
WU1 sffeotnally ears "
U7IR COMPLAINT. DY8PIPSIA. JAtTRDICM-t
Ohronloor Nervous Debility. Disease of th tUm :
and all diseaaea arising from a dlsorderaJ Liver or Star
aoh, Dyapepsla, Heartburn, Inward Pile, Acidity et Sick. "'
neas of the Stomach, Fullness of Blood to th Head, Dull
pain or swimming in the bead. Palpitation of tha Heart,
Fnllneaa or Weight In the Stomach, Sou Bract Uoni
Choking or suffocating feeling when lying down, Dniiusi
or Yellowness of the (kin and Byes. Might Sweatafla -ward
Fevers, Pain In the small of tbe back, ehast or side.
Sudden Fluahea of Heat, Depression of Spirits, Frightful
praams, Languor, Despondency or any Nervous rinsil.
Sore or Blotche on the Bkin, and Fsvar and Ague (or
Chills and Fever.) v ,
Over a Million of Bottle '
Bars been sold durins ths last atx monthi. and In mr. tr..
Unce haa it failed in giving enUr aallsfaetlon. Who.
then, will suffer f rota Weakoea or Debility when ilo
LEAN'S BTRENOTUININa CORDIAL will ear youl
Mo language can convev an adeauata Idea al tha imiM.
dlate and almost mlraculoua change produced by taking
thia Cordial in th diseased, debilitated and ahatutn
nervous system, whether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or Impaired bv sickness, the relaxed and
organisation is restored to iti pristine health and vigor.
Or otheri conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will And McLean a Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of tbe syitem; and all wbo may have Injured
themselves by Improper Indulgences, will find In th Cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy. .
To the Ladlee.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
li a sovereign and speed yen re for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
urine or involuntary aiiseuarg the nor, railing or the
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting and all Diseases incident to
There Is no Hlstake About it.
Buffer no longer. Take It accord Ins to Directions. It
will stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you and can
ins bloom oi neaitn to mount your cheek again.
very bottle u warranted to give lauetaouoa.
IOH CHILDREN. '
If your children are sickly, ounv. or afflicted. atoLean'a
Cordial will maka them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
not a moment, try It, and you will be eoovlaoid.
T IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
OaoTios. Beware ot Druggist! or Dealers whs ma
try to palm upon you some Bitter or Saraaparilla traab. -which
uiey can buy oaeap, by aayini It la Just aa good.
Avow sucu men. Aaaior mcbsaa a airenguisninguor
diaj, and take nothing else It la th only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and al ths earn time
strengthen the system.
One tablespoonful taken every morning fas ting, Is a
oertain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent diseases. It is put up In large
Price only II per bottle, or 6 bottles for 95.
Sol Proprietor of thi Cordial,
Also McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment .
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pins atnsts.
St. Loula, Mo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Llnimen. ,
The belt Liniment In the World. Th only eat and
oertain cars for Cancers, Piles, Swellings and Bron
chitii, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Grrronlo or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
ness of the joints, eontraoted Muscles or Ligaments
larache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
Outs, Ulcers, Fevor Bores, Caked Breasts Sore Nipples,
Burns, Scalds, Sore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
nodilfereno bow severe, or bo long th disease may
have existed. McLeans Celebrated Liniment la a ear
Thousands of human beings have been aavd a life ot
decrepitude and misery by the us of thli tnvalaabla Md .
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and It wll
cleanse, purify and heal tha foulest sore In an lnoredl
ly short time.
For Horses and Otber Animate,
McLean s celebrated Liniment Is ths only safe and re
liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Ring Bona, Wind
galls. Splints, Unnatural Bumps, Nodes orBwslllngs. It
will never fsil to our Big Head, Poll Ivil, Fistula, Old
running Sores or Sweeny, If properly applied, tor
Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, Sores or Wounds, 0 racked
Heels, Chafes, Saddle or Collar flails It la an Infallible
remedy. Apply It as directed, and a ear la certain la
Then trifle no longer with the many worthless Lini
ments offered to you. Obtain a supply of Sr. MoLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will corn yon.
J. H . McLEAN , Sol Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Streets, St. Louis, Ho.
For sale by all druggists.
For ealo by R0BIRT8 A 8AMUIL, .
augiW-dtwly Colombo. Ohio-
An experienced Nun and Female Physician, presents
to th ittenllon of motben, be" -
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitate the process of te thing, by soft
anlng the guma, reducing all Inflammation wll I allay
ALL PAIN and ipaimodlo action, and la
SURE TOKEGIXATE THE BOWELS.
Depend npon It, mothers, It will give rest to yourselves
BXLXXr AID HEALTH TO TOTJB XtlXit.
We have put op and sold thli article for over ten yean,
and OAN SAY, IN OONVIDKNOR AND TROTH, of It,
what we have never been able to say of any other medi
cine NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A BINOLR INST
ANCE, TO KFFKOT A OCRS, when timely used. Nev
er did ws know an Ins tan oa of dissatisfaction by any on
who used it. On tha contrary, all aradallg htsd with It
operation!, and ipeak In term of oommsndatlon of I la
magical enecta ana medical virtues, ws ipeak In thia '
matter 'WHAT w no STOW;" arrer ten yean' expe
rience, AND PLKDtJH OUR REPUTATION FOR Till
FULILLMBNT OF WHAT W BBRI DKOLARI. In
almost every initanos where tbe Infant la suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or
twenty minutes after theSyrup la administered.
This valuable preparation Is the prescription of en of
tha moit BXPRRIKNCKDaod SKILLFUL NURrlatitlu
New Kngland. and haa been used with NEVER FA1L
INaSCCCKSBIn - ,
THOUSANDS OP CASES. "
Itnotosly relieve th child from pain, out Invlror
atea the stomach and bowel, oorraot acidity, and give
tou and energy to tbe whole system. It will almost in
OHlPtlO IS THS E0W1X.S, AID WIND COLIC
and overcome convulsions, which. If not speedily ra
illml. end In dnsth. Wa helleva It the BH.ST and Him.
KBT REMEDY IN Till WORLD, In lit case of DVB.
BNTRRY and D1ARR1101A IN OBILDRRM, whstbsr
It arise from teething, or from aay thr causa. s
would say to everv moiher wbo has s ebl'.d suffsring frcaa
any of the foiegoirg eomplslnts DO NOT LET YOUR
PKa-JUDICKa NOR TUB PRUUDIORSOeoT-Mwna
stand between yo and ysur suffering child, and th re
lief that win oDu jca, doui.ui iili BL RIs to
follow the use ot ulsmadleln. If timely used. Full dl
mHoai tor using will aooompan arh hniiu ar.
gsnuins anlsss th fso simile of OURTiSes PAEAINS.
lew York, Is oa the outsid wrapper. '
Bold by all Druggist! throughout th world. ' '
Principal Offices 13 Ceslar Street N.T.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS rERUOTTLE. -
ct87-dfcwly. i i
WM. KNADE & CO..
AT THFIH NEW At.T.H-s-mm
BOOM, XO. ISO BAlTIMORtaT.rr-sj-Ii
N03. 1. 3, 5 and 7 V. ItTTAW BTt
Offer for ulfl their aeUhr.ii
GOLDEN MEDAL, ' "i; 'i ' V'
' : . ! ; PIAN(i-FORTEND8QARE
Rflns highly recommended bv th first fna
Muilcal Amateurs ot ths ooantoir, ant
SVXRY s -.n
INBIRUMINT - . r
, WARRANTED FOR
- . - ... STVI r m . w.
Th aoit fastidious enitomar may rely unen kln
pleased In every respect. .
Terms users i. ws, KNABI A CO.
BKLTZSR A WEBSTER. Asmltt .
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