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SATURDAY EVENING, FEB., 8; 1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
- The Adams Express Company places ui dally
under obligations to It for the very latest papers
front the eastern olties. ' , , . ; ; ; .
The An,er,0n ExpreM Company has our
thanks for Us daily favors In the shape of the
" " ' very latest eastern papers.: -,
Wcman's Rights Addresses. The Senate
Chamber, last evening, was crowded with a
- . large audience , of Ulli ladies and gentlemen,
"' who had assembled to listen to the addresses of
- Mrs. Jones, Mrs. Cotlir and Mrs. Gaoe, before
; 'the Woman's RighU Committees of the two
. braoolies of the Legislature, on. an emeuor
ation of the laws In favor of women. So great
r was the concourse, that many gentlemen, and
even ladies were compelled to stand during the
delivery of the Breeches. Mr. Parish, or trie,
" .li.i,mA f tha SnnatA Committee on' Wo-
a"n Rights, presided, and Introduced the lady
: speakers to the audience. ':
Mrs. Jonm made the first addrese. It was
read from manuscript, and was a production of
which any man might well be proud. The ob-
; ' , Jcc( was to show, that men and women, in re-
- gard tf property rights, should be placed as
.., nearly as possible upon an equality.
The next address was made by Mrs. Cutlee,
' -' She epoke extemporaneously, and In a clear and
distinct voloe, which could be easily heard in ev
cry pait of the large Hall. The first part of
her address was taken up with a disolusson on
the propriety of extending the right of suffrag
to women, but this noint she did not think it
judicious to press at the present time. But she
' contended earnestly that married women, in the
guardlanebtp oi children and in the property ac
quired by the joint earnings of themselves and
husbands, should bave equal rights. Many of
ber .anecdotes and illustrations were pointed
and elicited hearty applause.
Owing to the lateness of the hour and the
crowed state of the Hall, Mrs. Gage, when it
came her turn to speak, closed the exercises of
the evening in a few very brief, but most appro
; priate remarks.
' Professor Monroe of the Senate then proposed
to eturn the thanks of the audience to tho la
die's' who hid so ably andjudioiously advocated
the rights of their sex, which met with a unanU
mouseje from the assembled throng. The
crowd then dispersed with expressions of very
general satisfaction. '
Thk Gams Law. The following is a synop
sis.tf the Game Law now in force:
It forbids the killing or injury of all our wood
birds at any time on the premises of another, or
on the pnbllo highway or the publio common,
1 such as Sparrow, Robin, Blue Bird, Martin,
Thrush, Mocking Uird, Swallow, Meadow Lark
Oriole. Red Bird or Cat Bird. Game which
mn not be kl led or injured between the first
of February and the fifteenth of September are
Dove. Wild Rabbit or Hare, yellow Hammer
or Flicker, eiceot on the o remises of the per
'son so killing, injuring, or pursuing; Pro
vided, that nothing in the law shall be held
' to prevent tie killing or capture of Crows, Black
Birds, or birds ol prey, it is also uniawiui
for any, person, at any timo after the first day
of February, and before the fifteenth day of Sep
(ember, to citch, kill, or destroy, or to pursue
with such intent, any Wood Cock, Wild Tur
key, Qaail or Virginia Partridge, Ruffed
Grouse or Pheasant, Pinnated Gronse or Prairie
Chicken, or Wild Deer. Game not to be killed
between the first of May and the fifteenth of
: September are Wild Goose, Duck, Teal or oth
. . . n . ... -1 1 t ..
er wood vuce. it is aiso uniawiui to navcin
possession or expose to sale any of the Birds or
Game mentioned during the season when the
killing, Injuring, or pursuing of the same is
- .mentioned,.-r ' ' ' ' 1 v ' !'
. The penalty for violating the game law is a
. sloe of from two to fifteen dollars for each of
fense, bofore a Justice of the Peace. The same
penalty attaches for the destruction of the eggs
of the birds mentioned.
ROBBKRJ AND ATTEalrTED MoROIR. The
Gaerosey Jrffereonian is informed that an old
farmer named JJuilct, residing near the, line
between Toscarawas and Guernsey counties,
was ob Saturday, the 26ih nit., robbed of one
thousand dollars, and a valuable watch. The
rebber, after securing his booty, was making Us
exit by the window, when a son ot Mr. Buelet's
who was sleeping 1n the room, rushed to the
window and seised him by the coat, whereupon
the burglar fired a pistol shot, which took effect
in the .young man's shoulder. The burglar
succeeded in making his escape. " ' ' . , ,
... - ' - , . '
UTThe last census of New York city ebows
rihatin all oases of Intermarriage between whites
ndblaoks, the wife is white none being re
turned of a white man marrying, a black wo
man. Of the thirtv two white women whose
fcusbarids are block, eighteen were born in Ire-
land, five in New York, three in England, two
io Scotland, one in Virginia, one In Delaware,
one in Rhode Island, and one at sea. There
ere, however, some 'eight thousand mulattoes
id the city, nino tenths of whom are the Illicit
offipriog of white men and black women. ,
A PosEa. At a Bible-olass meeting held In
Northern Vermont, some months since, the pas.
sage of Soripture describing our Saviour's ride
into Jerusalem on 'an ass's colt, was the sub
ject nnder consideration the worthy pastor, ask
ei the folowlng njiealioa; ; , , ,
"For, what curpose did the' people ; throw
.branohes ofpalm-trees in the wayJ" .-, . . ' i
This was a poser for the class, but an old
deacon more Inarned in theology than the rest,
, .ventured on an answer. J,
t "I suppose," said he, "it wrs
e'olt'.V ' ',
ii t .---'- i m ui i
to skere the
RtTivrvAL im' Cisoleville. The CIrcIevllle
Watchman says that a. very Interesting revival
of religion is in progress in that city at. the
f Methodist Episcopal Church, under the soper
. vision of Rev. A.G. Brias.Pastorof the church.
The church' la crowded to oveiflowlng every
night; and numbers are flacking to the altar,
enquiring, "what must I do to be saved.". About
' forty have joined the church, and a number
profess to have received the Pearl of great price.
Theexcitemeat Is greatly on the Increase
' k 4 "
ST The Cleveland Herald says that a fellow
np at Toledo is advertising htmself as the orig-
loal "Artemus Ward," and is giving "delinea
tions" that comprise "an aooonat of bis visit to
the Woman's Rights Sooiety, of two days?, Stay
among the tree Livers of Berlin Heights, .his
excursion trip on the English steamer Great
Eaftern' &.o. - ' ;' J ... ,;
Of course that fellow wouldn't pick a pocke
As Artemus would say "thu U ironikal." t
-.1
D" The Cadis Arsiioliceii mentions the ease
of a boy who got on the cowcatcher of ralV
oad engine to enjoy a ride, and in attempting
to jump on, ieu across we iraca, who eseaeg
" 5n the rail, which the engine paBsedover, crash
Ins; it from the ancle to the knet In a horrible
' - manner. , The limb had to be amputated above
Ihe knee, thus rendering the unfortunate lad a
cripple Tor Ufe3 ,7,
W Punch asks whether a Sewer derives any
particular gratl&caUoo from fcelnf divtriei
&
It
all
is
the
and
the
. ETA Kanmaohir's Hall, Thomas Gales
Forstxr will lecture tomorrow morning,
also in the evening. These are the last lectures
which Mr. Forstir will, on the occasion of
present visit, deliver in this city. Those
desire to hear him, should embrace this oppor
tunlty.' ,j"
An Honest Confusion. The Mao-a-cheek
Prat, a Republican journal of some notoriety
In Logan county, said in its last week's Issue:
"We believe that, were it known that Doug
1m. or Breckinridge, or Bell, would be inaugu
rated on the 4tn or oiarcn next, eonodenoe and,
of course, quiet would be restored In thirty
days.
CThe Cycloramajof Ireland, which has been
exhibited In Dayton this week, has met with
great euccess. Bight's Hall was crowded.every
nigoc. ., ,
ETThe Madison county Montnly stook sales
lorrebruary win De hem at London, on l ues
day next, tebruary oth. . -t .
Lint. Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent,
falls this year on the thirteenth of February.
Rail Road Time Table.
LITTLE MIAMI & COLUMBUS & XENIA R.
Accommodation .6.10 A.M. B. 15 P.M.
No.3Ex 2.30 P.M. 2 30 P.M.
NlghtKxpress 9.45 A.M. 8.45 A. M.
Olsvclaiio, Colombo's As Cihciiikati B. K.
Express and Malt 3.00 P. M . 1.40 P.M.
Night Zxpreu 3:25 A. M. 1:30 A. M.
CtniAAtOuio B, E. .....
Bxpreaa Trtla 3.00 K. M 9 30 A. M.
Mall Train 9.40 P. M. ,: 9 SO P. M.
PrmioasH, Ooumoi fc OntcnmATt B. B. '
BxprewTraln .'3:00 A.M. 5.30 P. M
MailTraln 9.4UP.M. 9:90 P. M.
Ooitimni c InDiiKirot.il B. B. 1 ,
lOolumboi, Piqaa Sc Indiana B. B.J
BzprcMTrala 8:10A.M.' 11:10A.M.
Exiireii Train 9:45P.M. 8:10P.M.
The GaiATUT Cough Mioicinc inthi World
We take great pleasure in calling the atten
tion of our readers and the publio to the won
derful virtues and nnmerous testimonials of
I. W . Ayer's Pulmonic Chirrt Coroial. This
is nnqueatlonably tho grtalttt cough preparation
in tht World! It has been used in tho Doctor's
extensive practice in various parts of the coun
try for several years, and is a speedy and cer
tain n..MA I..- A.,,nt.a ...1 V. I. ! .! - .1
night sweats, difficulty of breathing, &c., ttc.
He who aids in introducing this great prepara
tion to the community, Is a benefactor to man
kind.
D.B. D Land Sl Co.'s Saliratcs. Thank
your stars, if yon are superstitious enough,
but be glad, and express your thankfulness that
yon can procure from your grocer a perfectly
pure and reliable article of Saleratus. Be coa
vinced, by a trial, of the truth of our remarks
when we say that it is just the quality that has
soloog been desired by housekeepers. De Land
Co.'s Chemical Saleratus is manufactured at
the Fairport Chemical Works, Fairport, Mon
roe Co., N. Y., where it Is for sale at whole
sale. The grocers and dealers generally bave
for sale.
A Tall Man. Saul, the first Hebrew king
stood "besd and shoulders" above all the oth"
ers, and was a splendid specimen of a king and
man. So James Pyle's Dietetic Saleratus.for
strengtb,ptirlty, and usefulness, stands for above
the spurious adulterations sought to be im
posed on toe community by unscrupulous men.
Depot, 345 Washington Street, New York. '
Livia Complaint, Drsrirau, 4c, are becom
log very prevalent among our citizens. We
would advise all who may be afflicted with those
distressing complaints to go at once and get
some of McLean's Strengthe-iuno Cordial. It
just the remedy to cure' all diseases of the
Liver and Stomach. Try it. See advertise'
Good Wis. We wish that every family In
land would keep Guernsey's Balm in the
house constantly. How much misery it would
prevent?. ; .' ' ' .
C See advertisement of Prof, Miller's
Hair Invigorator in another column.
vnmtnttftnisoH3
PBIC8I BKDTTCKD
From the New 1 ork Observer.
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machines are ob-
lined to nay Hr. Howe a license on each machine aeld.
are a so compelled to make returns to bim, nnder
oath, as to the number eold, hi! book! give a correct state
ment. From thie reliable lonrce we hare obtained the
following statistic. Of the machines made in the year
1859, there were aold, ,
.By Wheeler ac Wllsoa 21,305
I. M. Sinner Co 10,953
I
: " Srover t Baker 1080 .
Showing the sales of Wheeler At Wilson to be drmbU
those of any other Company." -1
Awarded the highest premiums at the
united Btates rairs or km, ituy ana Ubu;
alio at the .. '
Ohio State Fairs of 1859 and 18M;
and at nearly all the County Fairs in the State. :
Our prices, at the late redaction, art a tout at anv
tod Itich machine now aold, and bat a tiltte higher than
Interior two thread oAri WcA maehitui, now
forced upon the market.
The WHEELER Sr. WILSON HAOHINB makes the
Loon Sticb the only one which cannot he raveled. It
Aula on Both Bidci of the goods, leavlni no rau or
ehainonOit undtr.tAdt - .
Au maehitui varrarutd 3 vaf. and inarvcUon
given In their nee, free of eharae. ,
ii. uttisi, ei iiign at., uemmnes, u.
. WM. BDMNBR Ac CO..
decS Sawd3m Awflm Pike's Opera House, Cincinnati.
CANADIAN ft UNITED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS
'l TO AND aVHOJtf. ' . I
iONDONDERRY, - GLASGOW.
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec, j
' ... and , ,
-UOt! W TOZIK.
The Montreal Ooean Steamahln Oomnanv'a Bnllaai
full-powered Olyde-hullt 8 teamen sail every Mat.
nrdar from rOEILAND, carrying the-Canadian and
umwu ovaua uu ana pasaengers, .. .
N0VAS0OTIAN Capt. UcUaatert, .
BOriKMIAN Capt. Orange,
NORTH BRITON... ...Capt. Borland, ; '
: CANADIAN Capt. Graham, - 7
NORTH AMERICAN.. Capt. Alton, , '.
ANGLO-SAXON Capt. Balantlne. ' '
HIBHRNIAN, .... ... ', ?
NORWKQIAN,
8la)rtestg Cheapest KtidQailckCBtCoa.
vefance iroiu
AKSSICi TO AU PAET8 OF EVBOPX. ', !
Will sail from LIVERPOOL every Wedneaday,
and from QUEHKO every Saturday calling at
LONDONDSttitlf , to receive on board and land Malls and
faseengsrs, to ana from Ireland and Scotland.
ttlasgow passengers an inrnisnea win ntan passage
tickets to and from Londonderry.
Return ticket! granted at reduoed rates.
An expeitoaeed Surgeon ettaohed to each steamer. '
Certificates laaned for carrying to and bringing out pas
sengers from ail the principal towns oi Ureal Britain and
areiana, ai rvaaowa mice, uj uiim nnw m steamers, ana
by the WASHINGTON LINJS Off SAILING FAOK1T8,
leaving Liverpool every weea. . ....
For paiaatte, apply at the Office, g 3 1IHOATJ
vav, new xrK, ana 19 waxes 'i'
JLlvrpeel, .', . i.i . ,i -v ,
SABSt 8ZABIZ, Gsasral JgsnU,
. J. R. ARMSTRONC r
aolO-lydkw ltAtesma0rBos,0olumlms,Ohlo.l
' M. C. LILL'SY
r aini Elank-Eook Ilanufanturer,
; jTobtk siss vnaxt, noixnavt, omo
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL
SENATE.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 1.
ot a oommitteo in conjunction with the Boom committee
w proviuo lor coantiDg tne eieotoral Tote onjeoted to
and laid oyer. The Preildont'i meuage was then taken
Mr, Iiatham made a'.TJnlon incech. Ths dAodIo ofGall.
foraia breathe but one Mntlment of leyaltr and derotlon
Ui the Union, and wl!l,ratif any settlement which will
atlefy the Boutb, and if iaobatisfaotlon is rufuied, a
large majority of that people will lay let them (o In
peace.
In the lanituagerof the Senator (from New York, the
people of California ineak for Union, vote for Union
live their money.for Union, aid will fight for .Union.
firOTided he can ehow them how they can, by auch fight
Dg.lmalnUln Ibe liberty, fraternity and equality of the
Southern neoole in the Union. Bat if. hel eannot
penoim tnatuimcuit lukuie people or mat eoaat win
never imbrue their hand! in the blood of their Southern
brethren, lie wae willing to Tote for the propoaltiona of
the Senatora from Kentucky and Illlnola. but thought
uie wueii pun waajtnai or nia menu irom minneeota.
The Indian aDDrooriatlon Bill waa noatnoned till Sat
Unlay . ...
air, Blmmone. from Iha aeleot committee, renorted the
Tariff bill wlthamondmenti, which waa made the epecial
oruer ror neaneaaay.
Mr. Cameron preaented the credential j of Mr. Cowan
the Senator elect from Pennaylvania. .
The Oiulomatlo ADnroorlation bill, aomewhat amended.
paaiea.
xne jixeoutiM ana judicial Appropriatloo bill, as
amended, paHed. ; Adjourned. , , ,, ;
HOUSE.
Mr. Sherman, from the committee on Wayiand Meani.
reported a bill to authoriae the President to borrow
SiJ.OOO.OOO prevloui to the lat ot July, for the Durnoae
of redeeming Treaaury notea, ect.
Mr. Edwarde nreiented the memorial of the Oonatitu-
tnUonat Union party of New Hampshire, declaring that
the tlavery question iLould be removed from Uongresa,
and that that ahouldbe a final attlement;- that Btotei
ahonld be admitted with or without alavery, as the peo
ple may determine; that there ehould be nn interference
with alarery in the Btatea or where the Federal Govern
ment hii jurisdiction; no Interdiction of tho elave trade
between the Statea; all aectlooa ihould be maintained In
the enjoymen t of their constitutional lighrj; fugitive! to
ue icturqeu, eci. (
nr. Edwaraa in reply to a question by Jrhn Cochrane.
said a laree oortlon'.of the mrmorlal didn't meet with
his appropriation. Heferred to the special .committee of
UTB.
Mr. Kllgore reported a bill to establish a metronolltan
Sir. Kellogg of Illinois, offered resolutions as a sub'
dilute to the report of the committee of 33. Thev an
joint resolutions propoaing amendments of the Uonatitu
union, to be ratiuert in the manner indicated bv that in'
strument. Art. 13. prohibits alaverv. aacent for the
punianment or crime in ail territory Norm or 30 deg.
30 mlnutea, while it shall remain under a territorial for-
ernment, and allows It in all territory South of tbat line
while In a teroitorisl condition, and provides for the
admlialon Into the Union of any territory North or
South, with or without alavery as the Constitution of the
new oi to snail provide.
Art. 14, savs notbioziln the Constitution shall be oin
strned to authorize any department of the government
to interfere with the relation of persona held to service
in any State where that service exists, nor in any manner
eiiaonin or sustain mat relation wnere it is prohibited by
the laws or the Constitution of such State. This article
is not to be altered or amended without the oonsent of
every elate in the Union.
Art. IS, construes the Constitution so as to empower
Oongreee to pass.laws necessary for the return of persons
bpiu io service.
Art. 16. korever prohibits the African Slave Trade
Air. Moulernand was happy to see such a proposition
rum a gentleman wuoae relations were ao near the free
ldeut elect.
Mr. Lovejoy objecte! to the reception of the Joint res
olntlon, esnecisllv after the remark of hia anlteaima.
Mr. Kellogg said no other human hand waa responaible
forltbutbimidir. It was ordered to be printed.
The Heme considered the report of the committee of
Mr. Hamilton , of Texas, denied the right ef secession;
sou uiaue a union Epeecn. .
He had been called on here and at home to coma ant
he had been threatened and entreated to this course, but
no uresis ana aangers anonld tear bim from the Union,
un til he had soiled the horns of the altar, and Implored
Heaven to allay the storm, and norear some nillan which
wouiu sustain me weigni, ana add tnelr anwonted beau
ty to the structure.
Mr. Stokes, of Tenn . , made a speech, maintaining that
more was no cause ror atinaenng me union, lie denied
the right of eeoeesioo. but admitted that of revolution.
which could be exercised only when onnression becomes
inioieraDie. ana an constitutional remedies nave railed,
lie would vote for any compromise to settle the dim
enlty. He .admitted that he was a submlssionist. and
would rather be that than'a rebel and traitor. He earn
estly appealed for the rights of the South, speaking In
cummenoaiion oi mo noraer mate ana uriitenaen pro
positions; however, any Plan for the aettlement would
meet nis approration.
The House took a recess 11117 o elock .
.
From Kansas.
Atchison. Feb. 1. Mesin. Hratt and A
a, venison nay oerore yesterday, and have neld a confer
enee with Gen. Pomeroy. These eentlemen have deeid
(d to establlih relief depots at three prominent points in
the Territory, as the only way to reach the sufferers in
me autant settlements.
Statements taken to-day by Mr. Hyatt, from the lios of
some of them, show that tbe worat has not set been felt.
The calamity becomes hourlv greater: 40 una rm
amo aiu auwtBua uie numoer increasing constantly.
Mr. Hyatt haa written a letter to the Kaoaaa Lrulil.
. . ..... . . . r
ture, nrglngon them the propriety of Immediate! ad
dressing a memorial to the Legislature of Ibe several
States.
Judge Arney proceeds at once into the heart of the
Territory, witn reiarence to me establishment of the Re
lief Depots. By pertonal inspection on the Rail'
road from Mcndota to Atchison, he finds over eighty ear
loada of provisions between these places, which added to
prevteaa relief received, nearly four million Sounds, all
toia, win nave tnua been sent to ino tamiining; but this
is oniy aoout one nun ot tne re net mat win be needed.
ana it tne country aoes not contribute seed ror the peo'
pie to plant: even thie relief will not be sufficient.
uen. Jfomeroy's funds will be exbsusted In paying the
present ireignta ana eitaoiisning tenet aepota in me Ter
ritory. - ...
Money Is Dresslngly needed for his Territorial trin.
Mr. Arney will return to Mendota. and then continue
bis efforts with the btste Legislatures for means to pur
chase seed wheat, one hundred thousand bushels of which
at least will be seeded. . ..
S5
fin
and
From Illinois.
Chiojoo. Fas.' 9. The Illinois Senate eommltteeon
Federal Halations, on yesterday reported that with the
earnest desire for tbe return of harmony among all our
sister State, and out of respect for the commonwealth of
irginia, tne Governor be Instructed to appoint five com
missioners to attend the Convention at Washington on
the eth Inst.
The second resolution savs that the annolntment of
Commissioners by the State of Illinois, in resoosee to
the Invitation of the Bute of Vlrslnla. is not en expres
sion of opinion on the part of this State,, that any
amendment to the Federal Constitution la requisite to
seoure to the people of the slaveholdlng Btates adequate
guarantees for the security of their rights, nor an ap
proval of the baiia of settlement of our difficulties pro
posed by the Bute of Virginia; bat is an expression of
our willingness to unite with the State ot Virginia, in
earaestefforts to adjust the present anhappy oontrover
ry In the spirit in whloh the Constitution waa originally
framed, and consistent with Its principle., , ..
The third resolved that the appropriate and eonatiUi
tlonal method of considering and acting upon irievanceo
complained of by our sister Slate, would be by the call
or a convention for amendment or thsconititutlon In the
manner contemplated by me 5th article of that instru
ment. I- l V - i I
Resolutions adopted by a vote, 13 to 10, a party vote.
Ouitavus Koerner haa declined the annolntment ef
Commissioner, and Judge Falmer has been appointed
inmaatesa. ' ' 1 -
10c.
hy
hard
than
In
Mr. Lincoln's Movements.
The Springfield correspondent of the Tribune of Feb.
1st, says Mr. Lincoln returned to Springfield yesterday.
He had a reception on Thursday, at Charleston, and
being pressed to make a speech, he declined In any way
to Indicate nia future tollcy,-but expressed great gratifi
cation at the hearty unanimity with which all parties had
come rorwara so welcome nun.- - , - .. .i - i
On hi return be met a committee of cltisen from
Cincinnati, who came to tender him the hospitalities f
that olty on his way to Washington. - ;
They returned yesterday, beating a letter of Hr. Lin
coln s sccepting me invitation. . , ,
From Maryland.
BAlTwoac Feb. 1. A town meeting called of those In
favor of restoring a union of the States,, wasbsld to
night, and was generally attended. - : ' ?
leasra. moms, xeaaei, watiaoe, ana n. at. aicbean
addressed the meeting. Resolutions were passsd de
nouncing the course of Gov. Hicks, la refusing to eall a
Convention and denying hi authority to send delegates
to tne uonvention at nasnineton - : .
Washington, News and Gossip.
Wasbiiioton, Feb. 1. The President bss recognized
nr. J, vebruyn lisps, aa vice uonsui or tne Nether
lands, for North Carolina, South Carolina and Georgia,
to resiae at inaueston.
Orders have lust been Issued for the enrollment ot all
persons subjsct to militia duty in tne District of Colon
Tosokto, Feb. 9. The atnillsh writ of habeas oori
rpul,
in the can of the fugitive slave Anderson, arrived In
town yesterday. 1 1 i
(The Chief Justice of the Common Plea, here, haa also
issued a writ ot aaoea corpus, a the prisoner is la
BranUord Jell. ........ j
Tho result remain to be teen. Both bench Snd hs
are unanimou In opinion tbat the Chief Justice of Kns
land acta unwarrantably In issuing a wi It to be executed
witnin in jurisdiction of th Ubiet Justice of Canada.)
In
Illinois Commissioners.
Caicioo. Feb. 9. In asaordsao with the reaolutlnaa
Uie Legiaiature passed veeterdav. 8ov. i atoa baa annolnrt
d th followlnf Cemmjulonere : Wsshington Stephen,
i. aiugao, uuaiavus a. avosrner, ax-uov. vroou. o
Cook, and Thome J Turner. (-. .
Indiana Commissioners.
IrotAlArOtu, Feb. 3d. TheQovernor hasai.nalBled
Hon. 0. B. Smith, Hent Pi A. Hackleman, 0. d. Orth,
E. W. II. Ellis, and T. 0. Blourjhton commlssionen tw
WUhlngtoa. . ,.jv.;' t ; - .
Commissioners from New Hampshire.
Dovra, N. E. Fsb. 1. Gov. Goodwin ha appointed
anot iuoa, Mm jrowrer ana uevi unamoeriin, uoaunla-
loners to in uovsoiieu ai wsaungton on in sin.
TBrrao"rT,Fb. S. In th Michigan Senate yesterday,
resolution authorising ;tn Governor to appoint flv
commissioners to Washington were rejected, yae 15 nays
19.
Naw-Toas,' Pebroary Snd-It la stated here that
bave gone to the African Squadron, demanding
Immediate home duty, the I team gun boata Mohecan,
Sampler, and Myatlo, with their office ri and erews.
Partleaat the Bouth are now negotiating for the
boaUHeaolute and Belluoe, owned by Capt. Sagroot.
They are the faateat screw boat afloat, having ran
mile! an hour, and are of very light draught of water,
beaidea they are built in a anbstanlial manner as to
capable of carrying a very heavy gun on tho forward
deck.
Omaha, (Neb.) Feb. 1st Chief Jhstlee Hall, of Ihli ter
ritory, died at hia reiidence in Belleview, about 10
this morning. ? , . i . . I I n
THE MARKETS.
New York Cattle, Market.
REPORT
FOR THE WEEK ENDING WEDNESDAY, Jan. 30, 1861.
total arcurraor oATTLa ofall kinds, roaTua wan.
1 According to the resorts from the several market.
places In the city, there have been received this week:
' ' " 11 Sheep and
B'res. Cow. Vests. Lambs Swine. ToUi.
At Allerton'i. J.82I 13 ' SIS 483
Brownlna'i.'... 137 . liO ' M 4X1 ,
O'Brien's. 41 I. 3D 93 ' 1.4SM ....
Ohamberlin's.. 98 SI 28 1,848 ....
Sunday aalea. ....
Sold bu'rs, Ber. 500
Total. v 7,903
T'l pr'a week 4,701
Average No, .
90 ,
81
3IS 7.8T4
301 i,HH
9,990
8.8IS
91.808
1U,J0S
t'wt.j'ty'r.eJBi
157 758 0,978 (j.a g,
' auvn rnox thi BirraaaaT statis.
A. M. Allerton Sc Co.. ProDrietors of the Whi,,t
Drove-yardi, 44th-at, report the Cattle in Market from
the following States:
NcwVork
. 218.
Iowa
Connecticut'.
319
17
. 14
Pennsylvania..
. 34
. 508
Ohio
Indiana""1.
Illlnola
Kentucky...,.
Virginia
New Jersey
Sfuiachusetti.
.1.388
Mlasonrt
Michigan
. Iltl
167
, 33
. 85
Canada
; BEKf CATTLE. , .
Number reported for this market at 44lh it., 3,221.
- " w-ua; muiium mm 1UIIQWK
First quaUty..... 630 1 Ordinary.., 67
Mf11 f"...7Boiaesxtngood 9k
The general average of tbe market at 7 He.
The most of the sales range from 7 to 8,o.
Total number of Beevee received in the city this week,
This is 708 head less Ihsn last week, and 371 head less
?,'!! re8eof last year. The average number at
each Wednesday market last year was 3,4t)l head, while
the number to-day being 3,881 shows S70 head less Ihsn
the average, and 469 head less than this day week.
Wsnmanar, Jan. 30 The market opened this morn
ing with more encouraging prospects for drovers than
waa generally anticipated last night. The number it
irau arnraia was uucu less man il was reported it would
be, and the weather being highly fayorabls, gave the bro.
kers cosajubca. II ii a oiear, bright, cold Winter day
auch weather as encourages the butchers Io buy more lib
erally than Ihey dare to do in soft weather; consequent
ly there waa not mnch doubt felt about sailing out all the
stock left over yesterday, which, with the freih arrivals,
we estimate at about 1.200 Iip.,1. aiih..k .. .., J
alow.the price wasgenerally quite as good all tbe morn,
log aa It was on Tuesday, and In some casea at a trifle
better ralea, and we think generally at fairer estimates
of weight, and there ware no aalea at "panic pr.ces."ai
......,,utiiii,, sroaers ieit quits confident as
the day sdvanced that all the tu.-w WnuM has an 1,1 saw I 4 k.
out making any greater reductlona than usual upon the
tal s of droves, and some were closed out without even
making any such concessions to the butchers. . General
ly, the range of the market has been about 1 Sc. ft
net lower than our quotations of last week, upon ihs
same grades of stark. There la a good deal of apprehen
sion manifested about next week, as It Is reported that
there are about 1,000 head of bullocks that would have
been In this marlet If the prospect of a break-down Lad
not been so strong. If those who held them back can aee
any better prospects for next week, their vision is sharp
er thin ours.
COWS AND CALVES.
noiim in n
tbe continued declaration of the Cow merchants that
,uoici,uttiiiQinr anvuune-: vet era mah th ...
day that some good, fair looking Cattle changed hands for
40 esch, Cslves excepted. A lot of Chsutaaqua eoun-
cpuugcra, aou vows wiiu valves, sold at IiS(Sf 5.
The drmacd for Veal Calvaa la uu its! mrwtavaiai
prices oi in beat generally 7c. ptr lb. live weight; but
- "!WS MWJ UlUls uv I est 1 1 jr gOOU,
SHEEP MARKET.
of the week:
These has been a consldersble increase in the receluU
thli week, and a slight decline of prices. We found the
pens at Browning's onTuesdaTunusuallvrull. t...-
ers, sis we thought, determined on a reduction equal to
. 7 'FJ "', ?et' leut " om sold at
. .t . "Sooa quality as sold at 11c.
per lh. net, tbe previous wsek. We noticed one large
lot ofShsep sold at 3,0ax each, which wits about lOho.
per lb., the buyer of which immediately sold the pelts at
St 60 each, The Talus of naita. tiia -. j-
ducted fiom the price of live Sheep makes the quotations
Mutton apparently ioeer than firat eost: and ths In
c!rl7mluef pelu ""hln ,be lut 'ewweek. has added
about 76o. each to the celling price of Sheep. It is
worthy of note, and is especially gratifying to as to be
ablets state that the general average quality ef Sheep
wiw winter n uetier man we nava avar an it , r.
shows that there le more attention paid to the business of
.ocuiuj Duorp, ana tnst at present prices farmers find It a
riuuwvi, nr,ocn oi ineir easiness
New York, Market.
New York, Market. [TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Feb. 2.
, market dull and heavy
5c. lowerj sales of 6,500 bbli. at s)S 1515 85 ht
a o . lur cxire r-iaie, ao jja
25 tor superfine western. f5 30 $5 60 for common
eood shipping brands of extra round hoop Ohio, Canada
II aiwl rinwinl... 1 n- . , au . . .
RYE FLOUR ateadv at !t srrsei in "
,?Tr?-,ptB i,70a onahsla; market dull, heavy
fully lo. lower; aales 31,000 buih. 1 19 Chicago
spring; 1841 85 Milwaukee club; 1 40 common white
YB nnll;770c ' '
BABLBY steady: 688J0. T-'J '
COKN receipts 18.900 hn.h- an.rVi
sales 38 000 bush, 66 and.9c mixed western In store and
delivered. - .
OATS dull 3637a. ' ' - '
FORK unchaneedl aalMr 5AM.U .I ai?
m,M I3 for prioi. " .''''''0'
?,TSvJ?ieiMd,0MBiaiall sale. '
CUT MBATB quiet steady. : ' 1
LARD dull and hran: ui. Vf ?n t.ki m,a,
ioxc. . ,-...' r !
iwrT?.8rlB 9nt 0814c. for Ohio: 149
for State.
CHSE8K-steady9i10Xc.. - .....
w WK Y-steady ; salts of 859 bbls. at lbo, , .
Cincinnati Market.
,
Allhouth this hse been a war nnf.n.Ki a.. t. .n
kinds of business, nevertheless, Orocers have experien
ced a fair trade In staple artteleevaad a full support of
quotations Z to 7c for fair to srrtotly prime sugar; 89,
mK for molasses, the former rates mtstly for lots snd
" UaM"' ul u f to prime eof-
FLOUR market was still farther nerval nn .h..
thecbarahter aad extant of ths business don. It is
to buy good shipping luaads of supeiflne at less
ft 5, and good extra are firm at B5 00.
WHBET la held in greater reserve, and sellers gen
Mally demand 1 03 to SI 03 for prime red; white la not
large request, since millers do- not find much of a
market for the best grades oi Flour.
CORN on the ear Is still kepi at !5o, but shelled Is
something of a drug beesuseof Interruption In skipping
facilities to the Interior South by the blocked of freight
atNashAiile. . . . -
OATS-ar iteady and firm at 87e, bnt not actiTe: the
so because of large receipt.
BARLBY is still help at 7ccfornrlme fal?.:bnl does
aot attract buyers, i -
RYB 1 but llttl sought for,' though unchanged. In
quotations 6080)o.
rjuiB.r-os4a good market at 14o.CT, btn.
ii
Cleveland Market.
February. 2.
quiet and eteedy; No sale reported. '
WBB AT-r-eteady. Sales 3ears red on treck at 91,09
CORN sale 1 car on track at 39c.
OATS sales 8 ear at 84 Kc. i- it
BARLEY quiet at 85965c. ' ' -'-.- .Vi j
RYB InaoliveatS&aUOc. ; 1
BOOB aUady. with a fatrshlnninc demand, at 0. DO
iau,au. . . -
PtJSDH sales of W bush Cloverat 4,13.. i
TALLOW-eale atBtfJe.
BUTTER sale ot 34 kegs common quality at 10c. '
FEATUERjO-H)u!tat 45350..,. -,
E. M. WIIIIAMS'& CO.,,
Front Street, Between State) and Town.
rpiIE OLD CARRIAGE
X BUOPiasUII running, and although
pressure or lam year nas sst neavuy
noon her runnln rears, she Is still torn-1
ng out thoee splendid PHOTONS, R00KAWATS,ad !
PHINCls ALBERT'S BfllFTINO TOPB and NO-TOP
BDOOIES, CARRIAORS, IXPRR8S, SKELETON,
DEMOCRAT and GROCERT WAOON8, SMALL OMNI.
BUBK8 and BACKS. Twenty yean iteady snanarao
turlng ha given cur work a wlde-spentd reputation
through the South and West '
We therefore deem It unnecessary to say any thing; more
regard to the quality of our work. W waaaairr I
rmv Vaiucu. W can elloov TorBoeeiss from 1
l'lo'0. ... .
Dealer can be furnished with any amount of work it
short notice, and at price lower than can be bought any
when in the West. Second hand Baggie takes, hi ex
change for newwork. , - - i
HjIlepalring done neelly and at short notlcs. Fu
wry onerous wiwron aiaie iva a own streets, vomm-1
bus, Ohio. . . , I j.
n j A ii oommnnicanon win receive prompt artentii
.Aug..
. 31-orljr ,M W1LUAM8 A1 CQ
1iAt,moHAli SKIRTS.
Jj Wide. Long and Handsome. , Th nnrtetytoTmpoi
ad. a new lot Juat received by ' PETE R BAIN.
dec. 11. rr? -Ho- Bouth High street. !
PARIS CLOAKS AND PALETOTS.)
Had ta th most stylish aad elegant manner. A
new Invoke Just opened by PETER BAIN, t
dec. 11. Ho. M Bouth High street. I
A LKX1NBHM KlAB GLOVES,
V All alias snd oolosa lust onened at ' BAINS
deo.ll. - t No. SB South High streeL
pel. I
Wins WAJITEiK BAR AGES, BOTH
White and Black, Jurt received at
lyW BATirS.
I
J
or
der! for
18
le
1 '-J I v"i i 1 t'i I ''-; 'i''J'lrff'
r j vp - . ..... m jji
NEWARK, MACHINE WORKS,
NEWARK OHIO,
fllanafacturcra of all kinds of ' Por
table and Stationary Steam Kn-
l'i w jiaius. uriat ITllllai.
cVc, Arc,
LAKE BODLEYStatml B. at F. BLAND YBealtni
J. J. u. JPUTALL Beaten 111 COT.mrnm
mAVUIXE CO. Ecattnll 1 1 BRADFORD
; e 00. Beaten! IIII
Oar Portable Eoglne and Saw Hill
j Was awarded the first premium of 150 at the Indiana
Stat Fair for lc60 over Lane StBodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of Jumber sawed.
uur utationary Engine was awarded at the same Fair
ww iu premium oi sjl-vu.
Po'tabl Engine was awarded the first premium of
eiuuat we tairac siempnie, Ienn.,over Blandy's Du
vall's, Columbus Machine Co's., and Bradford It Go's.,
- wi wnKiicai ivauroan nngincera.
For price and terms address
W1LLAKD WARNER, Treasurer,
dee5-dstwlyeols. Newark, Ohio
THE VICTOE AT EVEEY
WHEBE EXHIBITED !
FAIR
"BU HOY'S PATENT, JUG. 3, 185tl . y
CONTRA NOTICE.
The Newark Machine Works In publishing the above
nonce oi oaring oeen victorioneover
The mandy Portable Steam Maw mill
at any Fair whatever, knew they were puhlbhtng a false-
Aeoii.- we have published our denial of the truth of
their statements in other papers, but they have not al-
terea inem, nor oneredtne public any evidence to sus
tain their untruthful assertion, We never hsd a Mill or
atngine on exhibition at Memphis, Tenn. Wo did
mttt thm at Die OblofState Fair at Zaneavilie, 0. , 1859,
wnere in me sawing eon test, tnev came out behind all
others, we tsktegTWO FIRST PREMIUMS.
We met them again at tbe Ohio State Fair at Sandusky,
0., In lt-58, with equal Machinery, and beat them, taking
TWO FIRST PHKMITJMA again.
At the CNITKD STATIS FAIR for 1860, at Cincin
nati, 0., where allthe leading manufacturers were repre
sented. '
The Blandy Mill wat Vtclorioue
over all, cutting 32 boards. 13 ft. 8 In. long, and SO
inencs wide, tne minutes, lo seconds: all the machine
ry operated bv two hands only 1 1 and of coarse, carried
uie fiaei- rn&uiusi.
Mot being present at Indlananolla. ISfiO. we An not
knOW What thev did there, hut fin trnnw. that at Mm, I
Ohio Bute Fair for 1859, where arc did meet.them, they
were so badly beaten as to be left entirely out of con
sideration in awarding premiums. Though they had a
Hill and three Engines on the grounds, they did not get
even a second Premium on either.
For circular fully describing TTIH BLANDY NA
TIONAL PREMIUM AND CHAMPION ENOINR AND
MILL, with reports of operators, Ac, all truthfully and
isiriy set lortn, auaress
D.etF. BLANDY,
' Blandy's gleam Engine Works,
Jan. 32 dfcw to- Zaaeevllle, O.
GREAT-SLAUGHTER!
IN
DRY GOODS
AT
KNAPP & CO.'S
NEW STORE.
From and after this date we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF.OUR WINTER GOOD3
TWENTY FIVE PER -CENT,
IN ORDtS TO MAKE 100M FOB OCR
SPRING STOCK.
Our assortment is. still, good,
" and it is known to every '
, one that our . '
,. CONSISTS OF . , .
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
80 DO NOT, FORGET, THE :
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John II. Deters, Era., of Cincinnati, teatiflea to a re.
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Buriiaon, Sups, of Bridge. Cleveland: B. Banney.
Steamboat builder, Buffalo; Col. Crump, Hannibal,
Ho.; 0. P. JohDSon, Esq., City Attorney. St. Lonia.
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For sale in Cincinnati by E. BOANLAN At CO.,
. Wholesale Agents, corner Fourth and Main Btreets.
, . .. HUIRB.ECKBIEINStCO.,
Corner of Fourth end Vine Streets.
Alio, at Dr. A YER'S Office, 30 rTesf fourth Street,
Cincinnati, and by Drnsvlste generally.
ForsslehyDR. G. DENIO at SON. North-Ta.t mr.
ner of High and Rich streets.
Jan. X4;-deTuatThtwly -
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Rickley.Sc Bro, . .
, , , T'- Bale by order of Ooart.
Edwin W.Warren etal.) - -
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDF.H OF 8AJLK
to me directed from the Court of Common Pleas of
Frantliu'county. Omo. I will offer for aale .t th
the Court Bouse, In the city of Columbus, oa
Monday, tbe I8th daj of February, A. D. 18G1,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. of. and 4 o'clock P.
M the following desoribed real estate, adnata In th
County of Franklin, aad State of Ohio, to wit: Beginning
at the B. E. oorner of survey No. 3002, (entered for and
In th name of Wm. Price) at stake and stone: thence
8.54deg.50mln. 3350 100 pole to a smallbeechat the
intersection of two roads, thence B SOdeg. 15min. W.
In the middle or the Darby road 990 polee to; a stake in
the eentreiof tbe said road .tbeno N.70 detr. 45 mln. w. CT
poles to a stake at tbe root of a large elm; thence B. 81
deg. W. 56 32 100 polee to a small beech In the centre
of tbe road; thence N. 9 deg. W. on the line of said
road 35 14-100 polee to a atone in the centre of th ro ad,
from which a small ah tre bear B 50 deg. 15 mln. B.
48 links distant; thence N. 80 deg 55 mln. IB. 282 80-100
poles to a stake and stone in the in centra of a cross
rosd from Darby road to the Davidson road.- thenra fl. n
drg. 43 mln. N. 35:80-100 poles to the beginning: the
wnoie containing 110 4-10 scree. And also, one other
traotof land adjoiningon the sooth of the above ri.
scribed tract, containing 50 acres, deeded by Elias Sco-
neia aua wue to fiuwin narren.
Appraised at the 110 acre tract, (35 per acre.
" the 50 ti!5 " ,
. 0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
Jan. 17-dlttw4w and Master Commissioner.
. Printer's fees, $6 00.
; Master Commissioner's Sale. ; '
Miller It Donsldsoni
vs. superior Court. i
Jacob Boewell. i r !
BV V1H 1UEOF AN ORDER Or SALE
to m directed from the Buneriur Court 'of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door ot the
Court Uouss, In ths City of Columbus, on . '. i .- .
Saturday, the Sd day oi March, A. D. 1861,
between the hour of 10 o'clock a. u.m d 4 o'clock p. a.
the weet half of the following described real estate aituat
In the county of Franklin and Bute of Ohio, towlt: 8ixt
one feet ten and a half Inches in width hy one hundred aad
twentySvefeet in length or depth.ln the north east corner
ef out lot number fli ty one.ln the city of Columbus, f rout
ing oa ma Bortnsiaeor rranklln avenue, and bounded
on the east, by the east line of said out lot No. 51, and en
the north by tbe north Hue of said out lot, and on th
west hy a direct line parallel with the east line, and six
feet ten and a halt inehee distant therefrom, the said west
half being thirty feet and eleven and a quarter inches
wide by one hundred and thirty Bv feet deep.
Apkiraiscuwojovuu. x
w 0. W. HUFFMAN, Sheriff.
JanS9:ltdA4tw. and Master Commissioner.
Printers' fee450
i'"'' Sherift's Sale.-. :i '
Otto Zlrkle ' '
ve.
Martin Trent e tal.
Superior Court.
BY VIRTDKOF AW ORDER OF SALE
to m directed from the eoov named Court I will
offer for eale at the door of the Court Uouae in the city
of Columbus, en ; ' , - ' (i , i
Satnrdathe 9th day of k February,' A.D. 1861,
between the hours of 10 o'clock A. St.. and 4 o'clock . sr.
the following described real estate situate In to county
of Franklin and State of Ohio, to wit: Lota Noa. aiht
(H) ten, (10) and twelve (13) In Born and Jenner'a Ad
dition to th city of Columbus, Ohio, aa par recorded
plat of said Addition, In plat record Mo.-one, (1) pages
i.k anu u, in tue jteooruer s omce ot tail Franklin
eouniy, umo; ana also tne west naif or In-lot eight bna
ureu auu loity-eigut, vr . ,t oi ej n tne city of Co-
luwoua. . , . - . J .2..
Appraised at-Lot No. S, ?S0 W"" -
,. ... 1(1, : 175 00 ,
" ' 12, 17J 00 '
- ., , The W. K of In-lot No. 848, "4I0 00.
0. W. HUFFMAM, Bherlff,
Jn-dltw4w ByEn. Davis.Bsp'ty.1
- Piinteoft450. .
lirOFJRNINO SJ OO DS Black English Crape:
iU Crape Collar. Cuffs and Sleeves; Long and Short
Crape Veils; Round Crape Tells: Lace veils Crape
anmmsa; nam rjemmea uouars; peia; nanoaercnten
Alexandre's Black Kid loves; Fans; Ribbon-, mike:
Bomnastnea; Traveling and all other kinds of Drees woods
constantly ei ban la great variety. ..- ,
PBTIS BAIN,
. BurS3 First Soar lorth of Neil Hon.
' Dr. J. JX llcLEAH'Z -StKBrtbrafift'Taiintfal
O "5 vwa AS Alt Wit
Tkaorastust Bemeetrln Thm .rt1.
AND lEI ;VJ"'if,
host vxuaovB I
OOU01AL -
EVES. TAiEN..,,:
TTISITRIsTlvr
ry sclent! Oe and- 'K--
Vege table Ootnpeand, ' 1
roasired by the distil
ition of Boot, Herb
n a awrke, ieiiow - a
oc, mooa Boot, " f t
sUrasfvariUs,
WIH -V
TV aas1 !
Cherry Bark and Dan
dellon enters Into lt.fc-. .n
Before Takins,"" cuv" remadiaiifttrTatfDi.
principle ef each tagredleat Is tUreanrhlw aaui k.
my new method of distilling, producing a etolloaaeMTea- '
hilerallng spirit, and the most INFALLIBLN remedy for
renovating the diseased system, and raalnrln. ik- ii.w
suffering and debilitated III VALID to HEALTH ana
SIBBMOTH. .1 -;. i i - -,,,- ...
BIcLEAIV'S - STRErVOTnfemtVQ fJOR.
. MAX .,; : .
. Will effectually tmre .
LITIS COKTIXIKT, BTBPEPbIA, iikvsvw
Ohronleor rTervonsDeWnty, Disease of the Kidney
and all disease arising from a disordered Liver er 8 torn
eon. Dyspepsia, Besurtbarn, Inward Pile, Aeidttyer Sick
ness ot the Stomach. Fullness ef Blood to the Head. rtill
pain or swim mini in the bead, ValpJIatlea of tear Heart.
Fullness or
Weight In the Stomach, Soar nictations
Ohokinc or auffomti
llogwhe
and By
or Yellowness of ths
Skia
SflcM 8watalB
ysra Few. Fain in in snaiLof the Sack, etweter side.
Buuuen riuane or Heat, Depreaslon ef Spirits, Frightful
II reams, Languor, Despondency or any Hervou Diseaa.
Bore or Blotches on the Bala, and Fever and Ague (or
Chills and Fever.) -.- ... -ff
. over a nilllon of Stottl'e '.,
Have been eold during the last six month, aad In no In
stance has It failed in living entree satisfaction Who,
rUn,.,wi" eufferfrom Weakness or Debility when Ato
LKAN'B BTBBNQIHENINa CORDIAL will sWytmJ
tio language caa-cesrvey aa adequate tdcsvef the imme
diate and almost miraculous change produced aw kaklos
Uiis Cordial In the diseased, debilitated and ahatuj
nervous system, whether broken down by earns, weakly
nature, or impaired by aicknea. the relaxed and
organisation Is restored to Its pristine health and vigor.
ItlAURIED PERHONS,
Or other conscious of Inability, from wbateveVcaua.
will find AtcLeaa Strengthening Cordial thoroush
regenerator of the system; and all who may have injured
mprupcr luuuigancte, wiiinna ta the cor
dial a certain and speedy remedy. . . . r ...
- To tho timdloa e j. i 1
McLean's Strengthfling Cordial
I sovereign and speedy cure tor
INCIPIfSNTCUNSCnPTlON.friflTCtt
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incoottoeaoe of
Urine or Involuntary Dlachary thereof. Falling ef the
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting and all Diseases h)Mnt to
Females. .. 1 .1 ! .
There Is no Xlitake Aboat it 1
SnOer no longer. Take 1; according Co Direction,
will stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you and 01
It
ue oiooro 01 neaitn to mount your cheek airala.
Brery bottle Is warranted to gira aaUataetkin. -FOR
CHIL.DKEBTS ; .
If your children are sickly, puny, or affikted, McLean'
Cordial will mak them healthy, fat and robust. Delay,
not a moment, try it, and you Will be convinced, '
IT IS DELICIOUS : TO ' TAKR
Oacnoa. Beware of Druggfataar Bealera wh may
try to palm upon you soms Bitter er aaraanaxUla traah
which they can buy cheap, hysayinf it as jest a root.
Avoid such men. Ask for AIcLean'a Stran.tbenlngOor
dial, and take nothing else It is the only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at th same time
strengthen Uie system. ,...'..,
One tableepoonful taken every morning rastfoa;. Is
certain preventive of Clinlem, Chjii. and Fever. Yellow
Fever, or any prevalent diseases. It is put an In Ian
bottle. - , . ... . ;
Price only $ I per bottle, or S bottles for IS,
- J.U. McLBAX, ;.
gnle Proprietor of this OordieJ,
A Iso UcLean'e V oleaaie Oil LtntaaesL
Prtcrfpal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine streets, -'
St. Louis. Mo. j i . . . .. ,
McLean's Volcanic Oil UnimeiH. . -i .
tne best Liniment In the World. Th only safe and
certain euro for Cancers, Pile, Bwelling aud Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of lh
Muscle, Cnronio or Inflammatory ithnmfm) gujr.
nsss of the joints, contracted Muscle or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains. Wounds, Freeh
uuu, uicera, sever Bores, uaked Breast Bore Nipple,
Burns, Scald, Bore Thoat, or any InOammaUoei or Pain,
no difference bow severe, or hoe long
th disease may
save exutea. McLean's Celebrated Li
in intent a cai
am remeay.
Thousands of hnman halnn have Im mmmA - lie. .
dearepitude and misery by ta ua of thi invalaafcle
atna.
McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT ''-''r-
Will relieve pain almost Instantaneously, and It wll
cleanse, purify and heal tbe fouleet tores in aa locredl
ly short time. -.-.For
Iloraee aaitl Ottteav Aatsnal
McLean eelefarated LhthnanA
liaMe remedy for tneeare a Snawin. Rii wi.,
P'is, Bplint, Unnatural Bumps, Node or Swelling. It
win never iau to cure Big Head, roll Evil, Fietuli
running Bores or Sweeny, if properly applied.
Jpralns, Bruise, Sera tehee, Bore or Wound, On
Bee la. Chafe, Baddl or Collar Galls It la aa luta
.... nm iw mj cure Big neaa, roll J,vu, Fistula, Old
For
Craakad
inf.ll'Sl.
remedy. Apply it aa directed, and a enna ri.i.
very insbtnoe. ,
Then trifle no longer with the suai wnrtlileaa tji.
menta offered to you. Obtain a aupnly of Sr. MoXean'
oelebrated Liniment. It will cur you. . .. ' . .
s . II. HcLEAN, Sole Proprietor,'' '
Oorner of Third and Pine Btreets, St. Louis, H.
For sale by all druggists. -
For sal by ROBERTS Sc SAMUEL,'-'
augao-dAwly. .... Columbu. Ohio.
MRS, WINSLOW;
An experieacM Nurse and Female Physician, preaecU
to the st ten tion of m others, her ., , ,
SO O T II I N G S YRUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,"
which greatly facllltat the process of teething, by soft
ening the gums, reducing all Inflammation will allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and I
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, It will give rest to youraelve
snd . . .
EEUE7 AHD HEALTH TO T01TB; XHTAint.
W hare put up and sold this rttcle for over ten year,
and CAN. SAY, IN CONFIDINOsl AND TRtTTafarit.
what we have never been able ta say ef any ether medi
cine NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE INST
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CURE, whea timely ward, Nev
er did w know an lea tan os of dissatiafaction by any en
who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with It
operations, and speak In terms of commendation of It
magical effects end medical virtues. W apeak In lhta
matter "WHAT WE DO KNOW;" after ten veers' nrn.
rienoe.AND PLEDSB OCR REPUTATION FOR Till
FUL1LLMENT OF WHAT WM HIRE DKCLARa I.
almost every Instance where the infant ta fullering from
paia and exhaustion, relief wilt b found In fifteen or
twenty minute after tbesyrup ta administered.
This valuable preparation I the presoriptlen nfene of
the moat EXPERIENCED aad SKlLLFlfL NURSES la
New England, and has been used with NEVER FAIL
ING SUCCESS In , a -j......
THOUSANDS OF OASES.
It not only relieves the child front earn, ewtdhvlrar.
ates the stomach and bowel, oorreet aetdity, and give
tone and enenty loth whole svetem. 1 1 will alnrut in.
stantly relieve . ' ,', ,,
OBlFiXO IV THS I0WH9, AID WIN 4 COUO
and eve roumeeon visions, which, if not speedily reme
died, end In death. We believe It the BEnT and SDR.
EST REMEDY IN THE WORLD, In all casea ei DYS
ENTERY and DIARRHOIA IN OUILDREM, whether
it arise from teething, or from any other cause. We
would say to every motherwhehaea child enirerinrfrom
any of the foregoing complaints DO NOT-LET YOtlE
PRBJUD1CBS NOB TUB PREJUDLCESOk nrunna
taud between you and your suffering fhlld. and th re
lief that will be SURE yea, ABSOLUTELY SUBA-to
follow th us of thlsmsaiete a. if Mesel aMaat.-c.ii m.
recUonsfor ualag will aeoossrauiy earli bottle. Now
genuine unless ths fac-eimlle of CURliBaJ ?ERKINS.
New York, Is on Uie outside wrapper. ., v.
ouiu uj au vruggisis tnrougnout th world,'; ; .
Prl tclpal Office, 13, Cedar Slreet ri'.V.
FRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
ju.lOT-AS.l. ' ' ,. "
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WM, KNADE ft CO :
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''Wo. I.S.SaodVffi'ErjTAW A
' " Offer for aale their celebrated
.v. il -):" X ' XGRA1W 10 i "I'
: . f I -ts " " "ANDfiCJARE
w -. - f PIANO-FORTES. - i i.
Being highly reeommended by th Aral Professors ini
Musical A au bears of the country, and
EVERY
INSTRUMENT
wARiUi!rt'St,rbR1,'lr)''Tr
The most raatldroes customed trny rely pon being
pleased in every respsot,,' ' w -
FIVE TEARS.
, cuxt.nn n Altai tbtktAg'Mt , f . , ' f
pcUMilydf, ,1.., ,.M
.. iiolunibug, Ol't,
AT 40 CKNTS) PFk POUN F. At
, AlcKEB 4k Bkr hiCAVX,
sep7 . SdNUigh street.
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