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m. VII. NO. 204.
NEW SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 1.
1861.
BIX S0LLAS3 FES YEAH
Inrarltblj in Adruo .-. V
The Ohio Statesman.
MILY. TBI-WEmY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER:
PTBtIHJBS AND FROFBIBTOBS.
1 11 1 i
ID OSes Bos. 3Q, 3 and 40, North HtfJ Kt
-. , aKiiMn invariably ra advanc.
Bally - - - $6 00 pet
B Carrier; jfcr woc 19)$ eenw.
rrt-wesnv - 8 oo pwyw-Vrjakly-
- a 00 . w
vrit u AdveriiahiK by tut- S4urre.
meHJilte iyeai...tW on
Oh " . U months TK 00
'In " fi wonthi 11 00
T.ic " S months W '
"W i! monttii H OU
"7ne " 1 month. 5 00
One taimre B weeks.. 4 w
On '' 9 weeks.. 9 00
One " 1 weokr.. 1 75
One ' " 3 dhys ... 1 W
One' " 'JdOfi... M
One " 1 insertion 8
Dine lived adverthwnrenta half top trajn the nhovi
AdvettrseTnt-ntS ftadeil and ptitced In the eohrmnot
A iai id.iii..." ifnaUa thA nnllnarv rates.
ell ,KrUs required to he published by tew, regatrate
iv nnlerMon the Inside exclusively after the fiVrtweeh;
net cent, tnrrre than the above rates; bat aM inch wil
th.. ifM.Wk1vKithnu'tl-hana.
tirtnes O.inh, not exceeding five lines, per year, tn
.He, it 50 per line j outside S. -Notices
of roeettuira.charitables oolemi.Or companies,
Jwi-iHweiii aitstrtlnmettt mntt H paid for
- -j ir,. Jiilnarnl not In varied from.
Weekly. tMBe price u ttie Daily, wbere tto WrwTtWer
teittia wcemyaicne. n irere "
a r beth owd, then the eharge Iwr the Weekly will M
i n the of the Dally
Mo nTVertleroeni taken except tat adeflnlte peYlcd.
BUSINESS CARDS.
EAOLE WORKS,
Ooliuxxl3U0, Olalo
W. B. POTTS & VO.,
nMiyn-nftctnrni of nraiw and OompnUIUoo CnilllTge,
Mnislml Uriwii Work of all Decrtption.
Electro Plating and Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTINC, &C.
.frhl laMty : . '. .
A RESIDENT DENTIST.
A 1-1. THONR KKtlUIHINOTIIEBEK"
tloet of a lf ntlniit, and favorlnfl Dr. B. with thrlr
naUmnare my rely on havlnR ti(otlon glTen. Tne
lee will he rtqaired on ttie completion of an operation.
Pice Pour V" Knrth nf the American Hetol, orer
lUidlsill'a Hat Store.
Coltunhtii im 7-ilt
F. A. B. 8IMKINS,
Attomoy tt XjettAT
- . AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Sret AH'"" BniMIng, nppnilte CapAol Square.
oqlumbub. oino;
Jtifbine Mannfactnrlng Company
i - amrrAonniiRS cnr
StEAM ENGINES & BOILERS
CaingA IffUl'OeaTUlp;, HMbfaWT.
- ALBO,
, .o inn rismrirnoK.
0BA8 AlfHfciB, Bbp'l t- AMBOftiTrea
deolh lftM tf - . ' , .
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
RAILROADS.
XhKnrghtb BidlaoanoJis wUhMft Change oTOara
nod tauj Orre Chstie of Cars between
- OuVlrabna and SU Louis.-
WrVBSmAWS DMfcYrRfUtt OOLtWM-
BVS.
.FIRST TRAIN. '
.(Durly, llkmihiwewepltd1
NltHTlr tXtIl:ffl, Ha Daytonat UWS-ai inyirbj)
vintwL Lnndtin. Xnl, Diiyhm, AliTldletoBn and Ham
..k..wnintnntliitfi'20a. in.: lRtvton KtrVt
o-m.-ijAlwiwrnHiaat 10:4 . m-. I.ouhat ai50
'p ' ' &EOOND TRAIN.
ACCr!MOMTlOtI,lft 8:10a. m.,ah)pplnHat all
lido between Colnmhue an Cinoinoati and Dayton,
jtriffr at 0ncmmrtl IfMW. mM Dayton at ft: 15 a
hidiuopoHf 8;P tn-
THIRD TRA-IN.
DAT EXPRESS, at 30p. m., eroiphe)t Ato.
MHaraon, London, Luantaton, neuinmm, mi.
Uprln valley, i;orwHi, Buipniw,
DcerOHU Foster
1 Clillh.nl aial
I'laiovAre.wrlvUiK M OindTn-
MM at jrtW p. P. i-mria at 13 miirtjton at 6:J5pf
m.i IpJVnopoliaatltJiijrip.nl.
n, ail
tlVeenMHr Ca nai tall KkM Trntir
ejAncinmin aim inaianaruiiH
BAfiOACl ifJKli , THUOHJlI
Fqjr rarthe'r HTtfrmatroo and Thrtnrjrti J'Cei JpW
M.tA.in, TVtlftn ItrnnL Orrkimhua. Ohio
-Bv, J.W. WOOPVtARB.
Birperlntendent, OlnelnnMi.
1 .
riu. n.uDuim i
Ayift, CtflnnH'M,
' Jnit BeceivOal '
4 rr m. CH (Mir.flN atWl IHrACK
rUVVKA 1(M lgi prime WOTiee
I (to nnclets old Dutch QuTernnwnt Java CWIrt .
XOtbbhi. atandard WhHe SORaTs, coniltturft of PC-
urea. unrusnen, annamicn nwu t wuu.
TiOrlntaleor1!eP!lnl,0lft,h. '
illbhli. Meaa and No. liladccrel. e ..
5t Pick Balmon. .
M) tut. lae llolWi.
6 W. boa da do
. UiQqr. bom da d . ..
7MClgdWer.ntpT,Pd.g.HAtti
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IX t POWERS 5S: BRO
maim w letronTio r f)onE3n(?
v. , TOBACCO. . ;
Ke.' 1 i r.itrt Htiatw Bf rtret, boiwen nigji
thePoet-Oltrce.Uolnmwu. unro. wnumura
GOIiVVKI tin i, MIIIKTSH
u 01,DKN Bll.li BIURT8, - '
. . fiOLDBN bill Hiinwa. ' 1
Thawattern of these shirts an new. - The Bodies',
alaevaotind bosoms ire formed to fit the person with
and) oorafon. in mara upon men one aeaignwiing
aiaomay be relied on as beta g enrreot, anl eachihlrtli
aaaneateed well mada. - A fall stock of all qualities
constantly for sale at- , ' . ' AIN '8,
imvsU. - v Wo. W Hatrth High street.1
FA. NOV DBWS
AH0V DKKH8 81LK8,
. . uaniW BUKHA 8ILR8,
We an bow offerluir oar Immense stock of fancy
Bilks at prices less th in erer befovo . offered la this
k. itOTik... f ihaladla of this dtT and Vtcmlty
KUclid. mm onr ateck la Ten select and complete la
fradraof goods la this I
T ' . . . t.umuuliAlftl
DOTV.
fin. 80 Booth High street.
HFr medical Pnrpoaea.'"
PTJBI BFlANDrrES.WIJiKS, CORDIALS, AND
... l TtnJ .iHiinflpd WurehoUM " . - . ,
' ' VH. MoDOTtAtD,
BovC7 -', OA Booth Btgh Street.
a CAtTESE ft TI1UEA l L.AC1E MITT
JkVA of alegut ojwittros tnt j(Tiel ano.
a great variety sM
I
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ANNUAL PROSPECTUS
or THR
ONE DOLLAR
WEEKLY OHIO ffl'EIi.
PSiEfTliUMS FOR CLUBS!!
THE WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN IS PRINTED ON
Jk. MAMMCDTII SHEET,
" " ; AT. THE LOW BATE OP",
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR!
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
It it n old irnd reliable Demooratio Journal, and, as a political paper, has
flfo Superior in Ohio or any other State!
j addtttan to its politibal character, it is a firet olaaa newspaper, furnishing its readers with the
GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An ejfoome of tire stirring events constantly ooourring at home and abroad, and choice miscel
laneous selections. It also gives the latest and most reliable
From all the principal mart of Trade and Commerce.
The Business Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer
Will each, find their tastes and interest consulted and attended to in the columns of
During the session of Congress and the Ohio Legislature, the readers of the Wbkklt States
uav will be furnished with a concise report of the doings of eaoh of those bodies.
DorioR the past year, the oirculatioa of the Wwaur Statemaah has increased very rapidly,
being bow more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our desire to extend its nu
fwtntion, not only in Ohio, ' .
' But in all the States and Territories West of Us ! j
In immortion as it is difliised among the people, its usefulness will be increased; and we invite
our political and personal friends to aid us in giving to the Wbkkit teATssif a j
The Largest Possible .Circulation
Amor the people. The price of the paper Is so low that no Democrat need be without it. As
an inducement to friends to aid us in increasing the circulation of the Wmaxt Statwmas, we
"m!,T8 A PREMIUM OF THIRTY DOLLAR3 :
Toil person who will, by, the 1st dayof January, 1861, send us tLe largest .Club of yearly
salDe, with the cash & the same; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person who sends us the
j . i .rn..; . tuti TinT.T.ARS t the nerson who sends us
second wrgeet iiuo 01 uueunucm a
.vii i- . mK .k...un .fnmaaiil
tea yearly aubsoribers, with the cash for
Weekly Statesman One Year without Charge!
O" Those who are willing to compete for the Premiums, or aolioit subscribers for the States
Mm, can out this Prospectus out of the paper and attaoh to it a strip of writing paper, on which
to.BaotxA the names of all persons who may become subscribers.
MANYPENNY & MILLER, '
PER ANNUM !
, r , n. . .
- and to each nerson who sends us a Club ol
the same, we will send a copy of the
rUBMSHKBS OHIO STATESMAN.
NAMES.
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STONE'SBAZAAR.
CNbr 4. Qwyiino Block.
ftr P. STONE & O'HARRa
AKR ROW HECEIVIHOTIIEIR VIS
imt dOOVB, aod InTlte the publlo to lnipect
Uieca. M aoch atpek of Qooda has ever been brooght to
tliitmsrliet. CbeBnath, In oonaeqaenea the fallnre
nr th .rain eron. baa not been able to nrirehaae tbe as-
nfltitmntHy of rich goods, and this fact hai forced the
Impoalowtotnf mem ai pnnno auction, uur
(Hr. Bteoe) berng tn New York at these large aalea, took
Hdantaye of them, and we can and will le II onr goods
flere, ai leaa than anyone who parchaaed two weekealnee,
paid for them tn New Xork. Uur itock ii complete In
eeery department of
KLBGANT DRESS SILK8,
OTTOMAN VELOURS,
BKOCHEVALENCIAS,
PRINTED MERINOS,
PRINTED COBURGS,
DYED C0BU03;
BLACK ALPACAS-, '
QiuJsANs,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLINS, PRINTS,
. DELAINES.
SUAVLS AND CLOAKS!
Fjw Ibausand Dollars Worth
J3ought in One Day,
Mt mo hAlf th Cost ol Impoitation.
LADIES' FURS,
Ito4i Tarrtfcr ! Celefcralea
fltsmiatratare ! C. . nn
them At Hon.
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
crtUmi Obltdren's Under Shirts and Drawers;
Ladies, oflamMd Children's Hoilery of all klnda, In
Wool and baaAl Wool; fleecy binea ana uoiwnuioTc.
of eatery k.
" ' " ALSO ,'
A cefflpletvj assortment of all the nraal varie
ties or
LADSES' CLOTHS,
jUAaaiwr.tt.t.3,
OVERCOATINGS,
, TWEEDS,
PLANNER g .
DRESS TRIMMlWUa,
Laaiw Bvn4Qont' linen Cambrio Hand-'
; 1 kerchieft, Ac, &o.
Tn Trtdmm wtia call on as. we nledn onr words to
4 tliem Ctl. tergeet, beat and eheapeat slock of floods
ever teen in tnia market, or pay uem one aouar per
boar wans rooaing. - .
deol-dljatawltw. BTtian u uia
GENUINE FAMILY LIQUORS.
WM. B MOREHOUSE & CO.,
. Importers and Wholesale Dealers lo
Efaadiei, Winei, Gim and Began,
beg leave to eaTI the attefitloa of the dtisens of the Uni
ted tar to their Para Wines and Uqnors, put an on
.rj?.Z. mn.i.tnn. for Vamll and Medical ate.
in eases sasorted to snlt enitomert. Clubs, Military and
other public bodies, wno require w preiu, .
smallqwantltlss,tn casks or bottles, will be liberally
deajiwiln,. .Jtruo wseen wu .pyiwauvi..
OLD MOREHOUSE : BITTERS
(uimlii the first rJursldana ss wie best reme-
kiovii cnrneaneiisla. Indlgestloo, Debility, and all
Htrms Dleeeaeo.. .As beverage. It Is pops, whobS'
soma, and delicious to the lasts. Bora ny an
WX B. H0RKBCDBB k 00. Frop'ra,
. ' -. w 3 at S Bzsbaogs Plaos,
r ;- Jersey City, H.J.
. P.ft-Tfco julacrtbam wish to ensaM a fawaotlvs
men, as Local and Tmnllrg Areata for their house,
whom literal tnaaoemeais WUI b oSsreO, For panio
lata, address as abore. octSIHlIm
AND rAFIH IH
A.' at, styJesi
aRlbboa, Baud, Mxtenelon end
djlanfjunat.
vaia'B
Ko. Boatj, ll0 rtrttt
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NAMES.
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.. Fire Insurance!
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON
Firo & Life Insurance Co.
37 Castle street. Liverpool. 20 and 21 Poultry, London.
. Ottice, 'M Wall ana ui fins streets, new iora.
THOMAS HOODIE, Agent, Columbus, Ohio.
Paid np Capital Nnvplna
ana ueservea r naai vuiihihsoso)
nvestod Inthlw Country over.. 8DO, tH'O
Yearly Heveaus, over 260l)00O
TTT'The Shareholders personally responsible for en
gagements of theOompsny. All Directors muit be Share
holders. Directors and Shareholders In New Tork :
James Brown, Esq., Chairman, Francis Oottenet, Esq.,
Deputy Chairman.
B. M. Archibald, n.B. M. Consul. Bugeno Dntllh, Ksq.
Joseph Qaillard, Jr., Esq. H. Urinnell, Ksq.
Alexander Hamilton, jr., nsq. js. r. naouenon, as(
. Alsx. UaaikTOM, Jr., Esq.,
Oonnsel of the Board.
ALrant Pell, Esq., Resident Beoretary.
Local Board In Cincinnati:
N.W.Thomas, Esq. .WD- Jones. Esq. RnfusKing.Esq.
Thompson Neave.'Ksq. Hob t Buchuuan, tiq.
The underslimed. Agent In this city, will be happy to
receive applications for Insurance In the above Company,
. AT THE CITY BANK.
Be can recommend It with entire confidence to all desir
ous of obtaining protection against LOSS BY Finn.
No Charge for Policies.
novlMf TIIOB. HOODIE
HOLIDAYS.
FANCIES.
Such srtbles as yon detirt for your HUBBAND
Such as you need for your WIFE. "
Such as are proptr for your DAUGHTER.
Such as your BISTER will praise you for.
Such as your BROTHER can m.
Booh as you want tot " TBI ONE YOU LOVE BEST
Such as will be good for the BLESSED BABY."
Bach as all seat for,
May be found In variety. In my new stock of
WATCHES, ' CHAINS, JEWELRY,
PLATED GOODS,
And general assortment of
Fancy ud Useful Articles.
WM. BLYNN,
N. 10 Buckeye Block
December. 1B60.
FAMILY FLOCK. .. ,
"yyHITK WHEAT, BRANDED
From "Barnett Mills," Springfield, 0. the best brand
r lour brought to our market. Hatttraction guaranteed
For sale only at Wat. Mcuun Ai.D'B,
now lott eontn uign street.
Holiday Presents.
niLIOOK, DeLAINES, mEHINOH
KJ CHINTZES, DRESS SILKS, and all
klndi of fashionable
"Winter Drees Goods.
we are now offering at very low prices.
riTKll H&1H,
decSl. No. MSouih lllghstrect.
High Sreet Store
- FOR SALE.'
THE THREE STORY FIRE PROOF
8TORY HOUSE. No 103, occupied by Akin It Em-
siy,Blovs Dealers, completely fitted with Oat, Furnice
and Hoisting Jack. The lot Is 100 by GO, and is altered
on reasonable term. Appiyto
WM. B- BROWN,
JanT-dfel No. 33, North Third Btreet
Watches and Jewelry.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCH
Vet, Oloeks, Jewelry, Silverware, Ac., kept constant
y on nana at
R. KIRKPATRICR'B,
No. 165, Booth nigh Btreet, Columbus, 0.
TTT Watches and Jewelry repaired. - . .
Jec4 d!lm. '
ENTLEfflEN'S NECKtlESf
VJ usltsan nnuH. tikh,
eSNTLKKEN'S NECKTIES.
The Bost desirable assortment ia the city and atnnusal-
ly low prices. - ra.Tlfib.BAIN,
nort4. No. 80 Booth High street
1UEUANX PLAIN BLACK SILKS
AJi Btreet Basques and mantles
also. Rich Trimmla
sad Tassels to match, at
, BAIN
mar
A PPLESI APPLE!
il. 100 bbli. Cholos Apples reoelred on eonilrnmeni
foisaubv : Mcn.a a mkbtibaux.
- 34 N. High street.'
NAMES. The Ohio Statesman
nim. :
Bally, per year J "J
Tri weekly, per riar
Weekly, per yeai . 1
TRUE FREEDOM AND HOW TO GAIN IT.
BY CHARLES MACKAY.
We want no flag, no flaunting rag,
For Liberty to fight;
We want no blaze of mur Jerous guns,
To itrugjls for the right;
Our spears and iwordi are printed wonts,
- The mind our battle-plaint
We've won inch Tlotorles before,
And tow iholl again. .
We lore bo triumphs sprung of forct-
They stain her brightest cause; ,
111 not In blood that Liberty
Inscribes her civil lawa.
She wrltei them on the poople'i heart
In laniusge clear and plain:
True thonnhts bare moved the world before, ;
And to they ihall again.
We yield to none In earnest love
Of freedom'! cause inblime;
We loin theory, "yaiTiiiaiTv!"
We keep the march of Time. , J
And yet wa grasp aor plks nor ipeA
Our victories to obtain;
We're won without their aid before,
And tout ihallagaia. ,
We want no aid ef barricade
Te show a front to wrong;
We hare a cittdel In truth,
More durable and strong, '
Calm words, great thoughts, unflinching faith,
Hare never striven In vain,
They've won our battles many a time,
.dnoJ to tluy ihall again.
Peace, progress, knowledge, brotherhood
Tbe Ignorant may sneer.
The bad deny; but we rely
' To see their triumph near.
No widow's groaue shall load cur csnsc,
No blood of brethren slain, i
We've won without such aid before,
And to wttha'l again.
Artemus Ward on the Crisis.
of
On returnin to mv humstod in Bild ineville,
Injiannv, resuntiy, my teller sitterzeos extenaea
a invite for me to norate to 'em on (he Kryeia.
I eicented AtonlarstToosdaynite I peared be4
a uot nDturnea leces in toe ueacKooi nouso
-r r . t r. 1 1.
I spoke nearly as tollers:
Buldinsvlllins: IIearto4, as I have numer
ously observed, I hav abstrained from bavin
any sentiments or principles, my pollertlct, like
my religion, nein ot a ezoeeain accommoaaun
character. But the fack can't be no longer din
ciaed that a Krvsis ia onto us, k I (eel it's my
dooty to except your invite for one consecutive
ntte only. I spose the Inflammertory Individ
aoala who assisted la proiuolnir this Krvsis know
what cood sbe will do, but 1 ain't stiamea to
sUte that I don't, scaoely. Bat the Krytis Is
hear. She's bin hear for sevral weeks, & Good
ness nose now long soe'ii stay, nut i veniur
to assert that she's rlppln things. She's knockl
trade into a cockt up hat and obaned Bitnlss of
all kinds tighter nor 1 ever chaned any of my
llvln wild tleests. Allow me to near aygresa &
stait that my Beests at preterit la as harmless
as the new-born Babe. Ladje b gentlemen
needn't have no fears on that pint. 1 To resoom
Altho I can't ctaokly see what good this
Krysls can do, I can very quick say what the
origernal cawi of her Is. Tne orlgernal cawz
Is Our Afrikan Brother. I was into Barnlm's
Moozeum down to New York the ether day k
saw that eiaentrio Ethiopian, that What Is It.
Sea J. "Mister What Is It, von folks air raisin
thunder with this grata country, - You're get-
tin to be rather more numeris tnso tnterestin.
It ia a ejttve von ooodent so orf sumwhares bv
yourselves, & be a naabun of What litis, tbo'
if you'll excoose me, I abooden't car about
marrvln amuDr vou
No dowt you're excedin oharmia to ham, but
vour stile of lavllness Isn't adapted to this
oold climit. He larfed into my face,, which
rather Riled me, aa I bad been per feck ly vlr-
toons and resDeotabie In my observations, so
sea I, turnln a leetle red In the face .1 sped,
Do vou bar tne nnoiuenm impnaence to say
yon folks haven't raised a big mesa of thunder
f . . .. . i a if. i lift - i v.an ir.
In this Drue una, mister vv nans in ue
larfed agin, wusser nor be4, whereupon I np
and sex, "Go home, Sir, to Alriky'a burnin
shores at talk all the other What Is Its along
ith you. Don't think: we can't spur yonr
interestin plcters. Yon What Is It air on the
Dint of smashing ud tne greatest uuv inent
ever erected by man, St. yon actooally hav the
owdassity to larf about ic. Go home, you low
cuss!
I was workt ud to a high nitoh k I pro
ceeded to a Reetorator k cooled orf with sum
little fishes biled in He I b'leeve they call
em sardeens.
Feller Sitterzuns, the Alrikan may be Our
Brother. Bevral highly respeotyble gentlemen,
and sum talentid females tell us so, a tur argy
ment's sake I mite be Isjooced to grant it, tbo'
I don t b leeve it myselt. Hut tne Alrikan
isn't our sister & onr wife & our uncle. He
isn't several of our brothers s all our fust wile's
relaahuns. He isn't our grandfather, and our
Aunt in tbe country, bcacely, & wit numeris
persons would hav us think" to: It's troo he
runs Congress & several other public groserys
but then be ain't everybody & everybody else
likewise. Notissto bizness man of Vsnitt
Faia: Eitry oharg for this last remark. It's
iroak A. vV.l
Hut we ve got tne niriaan, or rutuer ne a got
. . .1 . , . L
us, k now what air we going to do about it.
lie s oriul oooeauce. rrapa ne isn't to Diame
fur It. ' Praps he was creauafor some wise pur'
puss, like the measles and new ngian rum, but
it's mltv nara to see it. At any rate ne s no
good here, & as I statld to Mister What Is III
it's a mtv ne cooaen't so on sumwnaree quiei-
bv hieself. wbar be oood wear red weskits
and speckled neckties & gratterfy hia amblshun
in varis interestin wase, without hevin a eter
nal fuss kickt ud about him. i
-Frapsl m bearing down to bara upon uuBy.
Cum to think on it, I am. He wooden't
eioh an Infernal noosance if white peple wood
let bim alone, lie mite inaeed be interestin
And now I think of it, wby can't the white pe
pie let bim alone? What's tbe good of contin-
nerly stirring him np with a tea foot pole I He
isn't the sweetest kind of Perfoomery when in
natralstait. ........
Feller Sitteizens, tbe Union's in danger.
The black devil disunion is trooiy here, atarin
uaanuarelvln tbe lace, we must drive bim
back. Shall we make a and Mexiko of our
selves! Shall we sell our birlbrite for a mess
of potasht Shall one brother put tbe knife
the throat of anothur brother? Shall we mix
our whisky with each other's bludl Shall the
star spangled Banner ne cut up into uisnoiotna
Standin here in tnia nere csooinouse, upon my
nat iv shore so to speck. 1 answer waryi
Oh you fellers who are raisin this row s wno
In the fust nlace startid it, I'm 'shamed of you.
The Showman blushes for yon from his boats
tn the tonmost har noon bis wenerabie bed.
I say to the South don't seeeah! I Bay to
e-alviant neple of that sunny land, jus lock up
lew hundred 01 mem tearm roarin tenors
vourn in sum strong boxes, and send 'em over
to Mexiko. And we penlonp North berewill
onrmine a ekat number of our addle braned
snorters to the same lokaiieriy, thar let
flui It out amonff tbeiraeives. jno conseKents,
not the slitest. which licks. Wby shooden'ttbe
nDie who sot up this file do the fitlnt
th.aa ornerv critters out of the ways k tbe sen
Bible peple of tbe North & South, ean fix
.... .AnI lan ll. t
both secehuns resolve to mind their own binniss
ma bier wo .ci j wt " "
Feller Sitteriens. I am In tne bheer sl
ier leaf. I shall peg out t of these dase. -
wMIm I do ston here I shall stay ia the) Union
1 know not what the Supervisor of Baldwlus
vllle may conclude to do, but for' one, I shall
stand by tne otara. s oiripeo.-unuer nvsic
enmaiancer whatso m ever " w ill I seaesh.
every Stait la the Union seseth k let Pal mat
ter flags flote thicker nor shirts en Square Bax
ter's oiose line, still will I stick to the good
fla-- Tha country may go to Use devil, but
won'tl And next Summer when I start out
fny oampane with my 8now, wharevsr I
kty little tent, yea shall see flotiu! prowdly
thaeanter nolo thereof the' Amsrlken
with ary a star wiped ut, firy 4 ktrlpeless,
but tbe same old flftK that allers flotid thar! k
the prioaof admlshun will be the same it allers
was 15 cents, children half price.
teller cltterzons, 1 am dan. Accordingly I
squatted.
[From the Manchester Guardian of Jan. 14.]
The Austrian Empire.
The operatiou of putting the Auatrlun em
pire into a pot and,boillng it young again doea
not progress eatisfactorily. More and nfflre
concessions are still tbe order of the day
Whatever is grauted is immediately made the
ground for demanding something in addition;
and, ciench fresh revolutionary point is con
ceded, tbe disaffected party in all tbo various
proviucea pursue their way with as much calm
indifl'erence aa ii nothing Lad bieu done. The
attempt to unite all the provinces of tbe empire
except Hungary and Venice, in a common sys
tem with a central coustitution, lias broken
down. Austrian Poland will be eatisflod wilh
nothing less than virtually independent institu
tions ol its own, and Daimatia Indignantly re
pudiates tbe preposal of union with Croatia.
This last is certainly a singular example of the
extent to which the" idea of nationally has
spread, and of the strange receives into which
it baa peueurated. It is quite clc-ir that tho
(louse of Ilapeburg cinnot yield to all these
Separatists tendencies without seeing tbe influ
ential position which it has held in Europe for
the last half century reduced to a shadow.
All pretention to tbo leadership of Germany
must be abandoned by a power "which cannot
rely on being able to sway tho policy or wield
the resources of more than the single Arch
Ducby from which ltd litle is derived. But it is
far easier to petoclvo that submisniun to the de
mands of the various component states is tanta
mount to ruin, than to discover any means by
which (bey can be reehted.
While the Austrian Government continues to
retain lis hold on this remnant of its late Ital
ian domain, all attempts to settle tho peace
and prosperity of tbe other provinces of the em
pire on a sure foundation are vain, and a gen
eral war impends over Europe, ready to burst
at a moment's ootice. it is quito lime that the
correction of this intolerable state of things
should engage the cemmon attention of all tho
leading governments The way in which tho
danger menaces has been often pointed out by
ourselves and others; but it cannot be -too fre
quently repeatcJ. The Italians will not rest
until the programmo of llioir national govern
ment la completed by tho liberation of Vonico.
Right or wrong, such is their determination;
and it ia one that neither argument
nor forcible opposition can ho expected
to shake. Until their fixed aspiration
is gratified, they will not only bo on tbe
alert for any opportunity of atUekinz Aus
tria with advantugo, but they will lie under an
irresistanle temptation to seek for nnd foster
causes of distention between France and Ger
many. Iu proportion aa other hope fails them,
in tact, they will discern for themselves an
overwhelming interest in bringiug about that
collision which Is most an object of dread to the
peaceful and conservative states of Europe, and
mat tuoy win nave no sreat diiiicuitv in com
passing their end must be sufficiently clear from
their geographical position. Assume, on the
other hand, that Venice is free, and united to
tbe kingdom of Victor Emanual, and the Ital
ians would have a manifest interest in prevent-
ing, by every means In their power, tbe out
break ot a struggle between trance and Aus
tria, one of the earliest atd most certain conse
quences of which would be lo eiuso their own
territory , to be invaded on both sides by the
belligerents. These are considerations the man
llest force and urgency of which would well
justify tha English Cabinet In pressintt on Aus
tria the necessity of aaorifloing a province which
she cannot permanently retain, and which she
only holds for a season at the cost of vast soli
citnde and a heavy expenditure to Europe.
Lord Palmerston on the American Difficulty
[From the Toronto Leader.]
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course a at South
ampton, Lord Pal men ton referred to the diffi
culties between tbe Northern and Southern sec
tions of the United States, and expressed a fear
that the Union be dissolved. His Lordship ad
ded a hope that, whether the Union was dis
solved or maintaicd, amicable relations would
be established; and that there would be no war
between brothers, from tbo curtnees of the
telegraphio phraseology, it Is not possible to
say whether Lord Palmcrston intended to refer
to the relation's ot England with tho American
Confederations, or only to tho relations between
the two Confederacies into which the United
States are rapidly forming themselves. . Bo this
aa It may, the Intention of England to acknowl
edge the independence of tho ucw Southern
Confederacy as soon an it is formed, no longer
admits of question, This announcement we are
in a position to make in the most positive terms:
and, whoever will take the trouble to watch the
course of eveutu, will fiod that we are correct.
Tbe policy of England has long been to ac
knowledge all oe faelo Governments: and that
policy will not be departed from in tbe present
capo.
From France a similar procedure may safely
be expected; and as soon aa the Southern Con
federation has termed a provisional Govern
ment, it will ;be treated by the two leading
powers of Europe as entitled to all tho privil
edges of a sovereign State. Tho greatest in
convenience would arise from the adoption of
any other policy. England having nu control
over the agnostic politics of other nations, can
acknowledge whatever form of government they
choose to set up. To ret'uso to do so, would iu
volve her in ruinous wars, and endless commer
cial embarrassments.
If the opinions of an English statesman are
in this Instance to produce an influence over the
destinies of the United States, their tendency
will be to prevent civil war between the two
seotlons. A war between brothers, such as
Lord Palmerston here depreoates, is the, bitter
est of all. wars; it would sow the seeds of ani
mosity which would bear bitter fruit for gener
ations to come. The wise and statesman-like
polloy was first to attempt a reconciliation; but
if all efforts tn tbls dlrectloor are to be beld to
fail, coercion or civil war are not to bo thought
of. Tbe North is numerically stronger and per
haps wealthier than the South; and there Is lit
tle reason to doubt'that it could makes eon
quest of the seceding section. But that it oould
not hold the Southern as conquered :Statea is
lust as certain.' Secession may not be a consti
tutional right, but practically, if nearly half the
States of the Union insist upon it. there is no
means of preventing its consumation.
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But
Nafolion III. Skatino on thi Central Paik
Of Paris The Paris correspondent of Ihe Lon
don Herald, writing on the 13th, gives the fol
lowing account ot the manner in wbioh napo
leon III- sometimes diverts himself. The
Emperor Napoleon arrived at tbe lake in the
Bois de Boulogne about three P. M. on Friday,
In a plain charnot drawn by two horses, and
unattended by any escort. Ho aiicbtca trom
his carriage and crossed the lake on hia skates.
He was soon recognized by some men wearing
blouses, who raised a ory of "Here is the Em-
paror; Vive l'bmpereur!" The cry- attract
universal attention, and everybody ran- and
everybody cheered. Tbe Emperor continued
to skate, apparently delighted with the enthusl
astio reception he mot wilh. - The Emperor
seeing a child In a sledge pushed forward by
nursery maid, took the place,of the servant and
drove the sledge. Having amused himself
about half an hour, more like a schoolboy en
joying a holiday than an Emperor, he left
quietly as ne came, mere were several lasn-
ionably dressed English ladies among the ska
ters. :--. V
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A,ARIK BOOT OF LAND LYING
on the National Road, West ot Columbus, within
from two to lire miles from the city. The property
b sold In lots to suit purchasers, and on favorable terms.
Apply to ,1,7-1- , . JOHK-W. ANDKKWB,.
lauio-dtw . Agent for John 0. Uolloway.
- Colnmbue, January 10. "
BLACK HTHAWiBONNETS AND EL'
. esant Ribbons, in great varietv at BAIN'S.
oetS No. SB, High street;
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Ayer'sSarsapari'.la
A compound remedy, designed tn Im the nm-t
(il'ectual Alterative that can be made, it is
a concentrated extract of I'ma Suriipuiillii,
so combined with other subntmitei uf F.till
greater alterative power bh to nftord uu i fiVc
tivo nntidoto for the (Ii'm-iim-! Surxapni ilia i.t
n.'putail t,o cure. It is believed that such a
remedy is wanted by those w ho suffer from
Strumous complaints, and that one which will
accomplish their euro must prove of imimiise
si.Tvico to tliis large class of our nlHicted ft-llow-eilizcns.
How completely this compound will
do it m been proven by experiment on ninny
of the worst cases to be found of the following
complaints:
Sf.-itort'i.A and Soiiortirous Complaints,
EltUl'TlONS ANII ElUTTIVF. DlSHASKI, Ul.CKlW,
l'lMI'LKS, Ll.OTCIIUS, TlMOUS, S.V1.T Illll'.LMI,
Scai.d Head, Syphilis ano Syphilitic Ai'
rncrioNft, MiaicniuAi, Disn.tsr?, Duovsv, Xci
itAf.on ouTio Dotaot'ttEM, Dciui.ity, Dy
rr.psiA and Indiokstion, Euysiit.!.a, Husk
on St. Anthony's Fiiip., and indit-d tho whole
class of complnints arising from Imitiuty if
tii it lli.oon.
This compound will bo found a great pro
moter of health, when tuken in the spring, to
expel tho foul humors which fester iu tho
blood at that season of the year. By the time
ly expulsion of them many rankling disunion
nre nipped in the hud. Multitude can, by
the niil of this remedy, spnro themselves fiom
tho endurance of foul eruptions nnd ulcerous
Rores, tlirouli which the system will strive to
nu itsclt ot corruptions, it not nsistcil to go
lias tnrougti the natural channels ot tho body
by nn nlterntive medicine. C'lr-nnse out the
vitiated blood whenever you find its impuviti'.-s
bursting through the skin in pimples, eruptions,
or sores; elennso it when you And it is ob
structed and sluggish in tho veins ; cicanso it
whenever it is foul, anil your feelings will tell
you when. i.ven where no particular disorder
is tylr, pcnplo enjoy better health, nnd live
longer, for cleansing the blood. Keep the
blood healthy, nnd all is well ; but wilh this
Eabultun ot lite disordered, there ean be no
isting health. Sooner or later somethiiio;
must go wrong, nnd thp great machinery of
lifo is disordered or overthrown.
Sarsnparilla hns, and deserves mneli, tho
reputation uf accomplishing these ends. Hut
tlm world has been egregiously deceived by
preparations of it, partly because the drug
nlono 1ms not nil tlm virtue that is claimed
for it, but more because many preparations,
pretending to Iil' concentrated extracts of it,
contain hut little of the virtue of Sarsapurillu,
or nny thing else.
During Into years the public have been mi
led l-.y largo bottles, pretending to give n quit;:
of Extract of Sarsaparilla for one dollar, jlo-t
of tlipso have been frauds upon the sith, far
tla-y not only contain little, ifefiny, Sarfajra
rill'i, hilt often no enrnllvo properties whatev
er. II'-iK-e, bitter and painful disappointment
h;is followed tho use of the various extracts of
Sar.snpjiiiln which flood tho market, until tho
tuuno itself is justly despised, and lias become
synonymous with imposition nnd client. Still
wo call this compound Sarsaparilla, and intend
to pupply such n remedy ft shall rescue the
naino from tho load of obloquy which rests
upon it. And wo think we have ground for
believing it has virtues which are irresi:tiblo
by the ordinary run of tho diseases it is Inte nd
ed to cure, la order to secure their complete
crhtlk-ation from the system, the remedy should
bo judiciously taken according lo direction? on
the' bottle.
l'ltEPATtCO 11 Y
OR. J. C. AVL'It A j.
LOWELL, MASS.
Price, $ I per Bottle Six Uottles for 3 1.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
has won for itself such n renown for tlio erne of
every variely of Throat mid Lung Cimipbiiit, that
it is entirely unnecessary for us lo recount Hie.
evidence of ils virtues, wherever it h is been em
ployed. As it Ins l.Hin been in constant uso
throughout this seciion, we need unl do more Uniii
assure the people its quality is kept up tn tho best
it ever has been, m il Ihtit it may ho relied on Ii
do for their relief all il In ever been foiunl to d.i.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
. TOE TJIf. CURL OF
f.Wt-ntcts, .!( .-, Ihitftrpxta, IwVpslin i,
Ify'ciUsi jl, I'osil. .stmmirh, .';iv;,.'.s llra lnchc,
Pile, WmnmnU'-itt, lirmitinai: . Siiti )VrTr,
Liter ( 'ru;!c hit, .J)iv;isy, 'I'H'.o; Tumors rd
Salt r.niniii, U'mv, Cunt, X.-nraliiia, n.i n
Dimn r Pill, and for 1'urij'iiiij the l'loorl.
They nre snjrnr-nnlrd, -n thiu ihe most eti-;i-tivo
can t ike them nlcasuullv, :mj theyiirollic
best npevionl in lie unilJ fur all h; purpnies'of n
f imily phy-:.
Prica "5 esntj por tat; Viva hoxji for ftlOO..
fJrrat inimlicinof rieivin.-n, riiveicians, Rtnlps-
men, ntitl rtnment personares, line lent their
names tin erlify the uiijnr;ilHcl u efi;!iic-:s of these
remedies, lint our spnee here will not permit Ihe
insertion of llieui. The Agents below iiiiiumI fuv
ni.'h irr.ilisour Ami-iucas Al.il ANACin which they
are jriren ; w:h ,ilo full tleseriptions of II. e above
coinil:iints. and the Ire.itineut tliut sheuld be fel
lowed for llieii cure.
D'i not he put oif by unpiiiiciiile.l dealers with
other preparation.! Ihey make ninro uvolii (m.
lleiiiaml Avr.it'w, and lahe no o:hi-i-s. The j. k
want the besl aid there is fer lliem. and they ,,himh
have it.
All our remedies nre for aalo by
ROBERTS Ac SAMUEL, Columhni,
And bv Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
nov'.l: lyd.lwtw
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BATING A CIRCULATION
LABOER BY BXTZBAL THOUSANDS
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Sneedv and Kenaunerative Returns
To those who take advantage of them.
TIITC WKEKLT STATESMAN,
Distributed aa It Is through every Post Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage ia valuable, and who seldom see
Daily Editions of city Journals; and aa only
A Limited Number of Advertisements
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' It advantagous In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost certain to follow an extensive dissemia
atlon of a knowledge of their business ,-'
AMONG COUNTRY DEALERS I
ADTERTIBEHENTB INTENDED VOR
The AVeeklv Statesman
Bhouldbs handed la before friday noon.
TO JPT.XNTlHJXam
-VNE-HALr - A OOD PAYING
VJ Democ ratio PHoUrgOQioe. located la a Bouriahlng
town, in Southern Ohio, te for sale upon good terms,
a good Printer, who can give suitable refercncci, a
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PECTORAL SYRUP, t!!.
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They are at horns, and any on who has donbU ean lav
quire of the person who have ben cared by.lt.
DR. KIT8KS IS PRRPARKD AT ANT TIMa TO .
EXAMINK LUNGS WITHOUT CHARGE, FOR Att
THOBB WHO NERD HIS MEDI01NKS. , .-1
ATTEND TO T0T7R COLDB A easa of five years' d
tending cured by DR. KF.YoBR'8 PEOTORALBYBUP C
PrrTseuaeH, Jen. 11, 1P60. '
Da. Kivm My wife has been afflicted with a bad 1
cough and difficulty of breathing, for nre or el years, .
wnicn , ror several years nac, bad gradually Ineraaaed in
violence. 1 he complaint has been hereditary, and she ' '
had been treated by aeveral pbyalciana without any to- j
i.i. in uu. .iai. oi uer eaM, i proeured some of yonr
Pectoral Cough 8, rap. IbouahU the Brat Una. a An I
cent bottle, which relieved her vary much ; I then called
and got a dollar bottle, which cured faer entirely, and '
she baa now ne trace of tbe former disease, accept weak- - .i
nm. I would also state that I need the medicine my '
self to a cold and cough. The medicine eared Bsc by tafe
ing one aose l express my entire satisfaction with star
medicine, and yon are at liberty to publish this it ym
desire to do to. . WM. WILSON, i.,
Alderman Vifth Ward.
Fi-rmtmoa, Nov. 18. lf)S9. -..
Da. Ksyhr: Although not an advocate of Fateat
llodicines, In general, It affords me pleasure tndncrtha-.
bla to recommend your Pectoral Byrup. Aa a medicine.
It is well worthy the attention of any person who may iu " .
any manner be afDIcled with eougha, oolde and koaawaeea '
of any bind, aod for the peculiar qnallncatione lor se
movlng all that disagreeable sensation attending a si
Verecold. . . , . ,
I have been, more or leaf, In my life, affected wilh foe
severest of colds and hoarseness. At timet my throat
would become toeluted aa to prevent my speaking above -a
whisper, and by taking a few doeei of the above By rap
it would relieve me entirely. - a
In recommending this medicine, I must unhesitatingly
eaythatll lithe belt remedy I everfound, purporting to '
cure tha above, nor ahould any family be without Hue
remedy for disease! ao prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully, .
EDWARD I. JONES, '
Csshler Citlaena' Deposit Bank. ' '
BTiunan-iLLa, 0., tfarch M, Ift8
I hire used Dr. Ecyacr's Cough Syrsp for a bad coses
of several rears itandlnr, and can cheerfully aa it ic "
the best medicine for the same that I have erer t-.en .iu
J.W.FRIOI.
COL. FRATT AND DR. KEYBBR'fl FBOTOAAIi h
BYRUP. Da. Kavica Dear Sir: Xxcuaa the delay of , .
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Cough
oyrupaooner. a uae great pleasure in saying that it ia
all you say It ia. Jl knaeka&U mit otrt m onipA ' -aod
tha worst one I was ever afflicted wilh: I hav wot
used more than one half of t ha boule. and I can and do ,
wieh that all who are afflicted would give It as fair a trial
as I have done, and they will be proud to any, "It le ao '
quack medicine." I would not suffer another aoeaaa
attack for any conalderailon, or at any ossl. I am eoa- -fident
I can breathe more freely than I ever did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for Inventing ao '
excellent a remedy. Too are at liberty to use my nam
In this regard, as yoa think proper K. I. fBalT, ...
Messenger Common Council, Ftltaburgh.Fa.
Pittsburgh, May 11, 1BS0.
i am no arranger to my rellow-eUhrens. and
who entertain doubts ean consult me pArsonally
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PiTTsBoaoH, April 84, 18iT.
READ TUB TRUrn. Da. Kn an: I hare a daugh
ter who has taken aeveral medicines for a bad cough,
without benefit among them Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. '
I purchased from you a bottle of your PECTOaAi. '
SIRUP, and before ihe had used half a battle aha wait
relieved. The second bottle cured her entirely of her
cough. JOHN DARIN, -
Robinson street, Alleghany.
PiTTseousa, December, 31, 1853. " , -A
GREAT CURE BY DH, KBVBKR'B l'BCTOHAL
8VKUP. I live In Peebles township, Allegheny county.
I had a coughing and spitting, which commenced abont
the 4th of February last, and continued eight months, in
employed the best physicians In tha country, ami my ..
cough continued unabated until early tn October. At '
that time I wis advised to try your PECTORAL COUGH '
BYRUP, which 1 did, and after 1 had taken ana bottle I -was
entirely free from the coughing and spitting. - load '
despaired of ever getting well, and I ihlna it should be ,
known that this valuable leoedy will do for others what
It ha done In mv case. JOHN C. LITTLE,'
Witness B. M. Kiaa. Peebles tnwnhiy.' '
Pi-rroa Tr., April 14, 1P57.
A WONDERFUL CURS. Some tune ago, aa old
neighbor of mine waa very ill, with a bad coush which
every one supposed to lie consumption. His relatives
told me that he had taken every remedy they heard of -
without benefit; hia brother came to aee him die, aod all I
were confirmed In the belief that he could not live.'. I
had about the third of a bottle of your Pectoral Byrup, -which
1 gave him, and it enUrely oared him, to the aston-'
isnmemoi an. n net maaea sue cane moia remarkabla. -
the extreme age of tbe man, he being aiMuiai.htvran -
old. I have no doubt the Pectoral saved his life.
. JoHMN' GINNI3. . '
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DR. KEYBER'B PECTORAL BYRUP IN BT.lraa- .
TILLS. Pleaca send ma another supply of your valu.
ahle Pectoral Byrup," Almost everybody around a.
has the cold and are inquiring for '.'Dr. Reiser's Pectoral
Byrup." we nave sola sixteen bottles last week, and ar '
now entirely out. Mr. A. Alter and Mr. P. alaher, both -
of Blalravlile, Pa., tell us Uiey would not be without it .
in their families. In fact, all who use it onca mt it
again. Yours, respectfully,
,M ' WATTER80H A SONS
January 30, 1860. , .
ANOTHER NEW CERT I VIC ATE DR. riviiom '
PECTORAL BYRUP. I had been troubled with .h
and cold tor several weeks so bad was It that I could not
uscpt iim iuo turra ..a prescriptions from three of
the best physicians in the city, whom 1 oould name, but do
not do so. I finally procured a bottle of your Pectoral
flvran. which euMd bi. antJnklw. - Aina " - 2
J. W. BIAIONTOIf, -
336 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa , Jan. 8, I860.
aaajsaaawsa J ' - v - ."5
'8T0P TnATTOOUOHINa." 'How emn 1 4. uu w.
to Keyset's on Wood street and get a bottlaot his Couth
Pectoial, and if that don't oura sou. Ton aE. -'4
desperate Indeed." Ihia is a specimen of the eolloqu , i
one bean almost every day in cold catching periods ,of .
vbu, HIM wiiui, ezpenmanti eneer - -
fully concur in the advlser'i admonition u abeva. for we
have tried the '-Pectoral,'' In a moat stubborn ease, with '
entire success. Near two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh, j
wtM. wuiin mmmuiiMniiiif, OUnimrj, millUu, DQ-
ubduabla oonghs wa ever expertaaoad since ear advent -'
upon wis muuoauo apnero. n o coughed steadily aod
laboriously for one whole week, In hopes of tiring it out, . '
but it wm no go. In focr it seemed lather so havalm- -- "
proved by practice, and to have acquired strength.potea-
cy and dittrtttibiUty by tha operation. In this siage ef " 1
the iiege, we oou jhed onr way lo Kenr'a, 140 Wood Bk 3,i
procured a fifty cent bottle of the -Pectoral'' took it
aocordiog lo direoUona, and In forty-elrht sain wa nn a
maater of tha field, the enemv harlna annnaiunur
surrendered, after a brief but unequal conflict with ao
lormuiaDio an aoveraary aa neyaer's ramoa "Ooaoh F
Pectoral." DrovmtvilU Clipper, Dec, nt 1859.
DR. KETfBR'8 PECTORAL STRUP b Hm..a..a ' '
sold bv Ur OKOKOM H. RMYSER. lao W-JJT
Pittsburgh, Pa. ' '
JXT 'd in oolumbos by ROBERTS Sc BAJaTTKl.' ; "
rpOOTHACHB KERIEDT.
I'll. J !; XVi-
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A STTKK CTJRK. j
Prepared and told by - n
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... , j Da. GEO. II, alETSBR,.' j ii ,
1 40 Wood at.j Pittsburgh, Pa, e A.
.busby ROBERTS ss BAWJElT 14 J!
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Price, S3 cents.
JO Bold In Coins
cctU7:9tawdllm. -
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JAS. M. M'BTEI.
m'kee a RESTiEAUx;:::
G-ROOEHS
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PRODUCE 1 DHALErtd.
(Nw. S North IIlKlt Street,; . .
: . ' . O0I.TJiattS, OHIO,. Ud
HAVE ON HAND AT TTIIOLFaJATfS ,n
and Betall, UNEtlT BTAPLB HUM k tu K 1
PLOUH, BALT, TEA. COFFEH, SUdAR, lUitACCO, .
SBOARS, Eto , E-ro. Our Stock heijwco Brchaee.l in,
Eaatani Cttiea during the 1-auie, - ' - .
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andeurmsln endeavor will bo at offer Inducements I
CA&O SUYSHS which are not exceled by any Uosne In
the City. deci
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