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TUESDAY, EVENING, FEB. 6, 1861.
LOCAL MATTERS.
Tli Ariftma Exnrees Company places ui daily
uuder obligation to it for the very latest papers
trom the eastern cities. . .
The American Express Company Las our
Umnktt for ltt daily lavore in the shape of the
very latest eastern papers.
THE AMERICAN QUESTION IN ITS NATIONAL ASPECT;
—Being also an Incidental Reply to Mr. H. R.
HELPER'S "Compendium of the Impending Crisis of the
South." By ELIAS PEISSNER, Professor in Union College,
New York; H. H. Lloyd, Publisher, 25 Howard
Street, 1861.
R.Kcnnidv, at his Periodic! Depot near the
Post Office, has tbia workforsalo. It Is a small
' volume, neatly printed and written in a spright
ly and entertaining style. Those who have read
Hum's famous book .should peruse this, not as
presenting the extreme views of tbe other side,
but as unfolding the sentiments and reasoning
. of a moderate Northern man. Thoe who have
not read Hilpxr, will find in a small compass a
clear statement and a satisfactory refutation of
bis principal statistical and other arguments,
as well as an exposition and condemnation of
his Incendiary dootrines. .
Tbe latter portion of the book is taken np
with a brief sketch of Afrloan slavery and re
marks upon our prenut National Crisis. We
advise our readers, who wish to keep posted on
tbe pending controversy, to call at Kennedy's
and purchase a copy of this work.
Central Ohio Raimoad: The following are
the receipts and expenditures of this Road for
December, I860 :
mcsiPTS. .
.... , ..$15,830 81
; 8.404 53
, 8 290 GO
, 80,942 34
Passengers.
Exprtss....
Mail
Freight
Working expense! "...
to'al eifnlng above expense.
41,407 68
f 28,029 89
.13,437 79
Thompson, who carried away tbe honors and
priz e for strength, at the grand gymnastic
tournament at Cbioago, is the son of Dr. Thohf
.sow, of Buffalo. Young Thompson outlifted the
,1 famous Dr. Winship by three hundred pounds I
raising from the ground, by means or harness
about his shoulders, no less than two thousand
and one hundred pounds in weight
IT It is said tbat the present winter, thus far,
has been the hardest one experienced for sev
eral years bv tbe railroads io the breaklnif of
erat years, oy me raiiroaos in iue ureatrng
uisuuiuti i wwi w j y - - -'j
er, has rendered tbe wheels and other rnnning
gear so brittle, tbat more breakages bare oo
curred than would bare been the case, with
snow on the ground.
IT Tbe Torouto, C W Freeman, com
plalLS that the Catholic Bishops of Toronto, and
the priests aro often Insulted by the vilest lan
guage, and hootiugs of even the children from
the very doors of their schools. Bishops who
hive visited the city, have declared tbat for tbe
first time-In their lives, tbey bare been Insulted
in Toronto.
ST The English papers .say tbat tbo Bible
women movement, has assumed gigantic pro
positions, and Is spreading far and wide a bless
ed It fluence among the most degraded of the
population.
ST Half the ill naturcd things tbat are said
in society, are spoken not so much from malice,
aa from a desire to display tbe quickness of our
reetception, the tmartnees of our wit, and tbe
sharpness of our observation. '
Fiac in Detoit. A fire io Detroit, on the
1st Inst , destroyed the frame warehouse of T.
P. Bsadt & Co. , and an adjoining building. Lobs
about eight-thousand dollars, mostly covered by
Insurance." ' :
UTThe sew Chapel at tbe PeniteotVarj was
opened for bo first time for religous le'rvioes,
on Suaday last. Rev. Wasm Jenkins, the
Chaplain, preached from the text "Be a msn. ,
' O The Dumber of deaths in Cinolnnatl, dur
v lug tbe week ending the 3d Inst., was fifty-nine;
twenty males, twenty-four females, twelve still
born, apd three unknown.
07 Reoently, a woman obtained a divorce, In
Defiance county, and married a second husband
la tbe afternoon" of the same day,
' S7A colored man in Boston has sued a whltt
girl for breach of a marriage promise.
Ths GatATmCouoH Mioioin inth World
We take great pleasure in calling the atten
tion of our readers and the publlo to the won
derful virtues and nnmerous testimonials of
Pui.honio Chesry Cordial. This
is nnquesttdnably the grenttit cough preparation
.1 ir M r uum. K.-n in lh Dnctor's
is th World! It has been used in the UOCtor e
extensive practice In various parts of the coun-1
try for several years, and Is a speedy and cer
tain care for coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma,
night sweats, difficulty of breathing, 4o., to.
He who aids in Introducing this great prepara
tion to tbe comtaunity, is a benelactor to man
kind.' y ,i i. -
A Wod to. Gaocins. Always keep the
purest Saleratua to be found In the market.
Your ctutomere should be able to supply themeelvee
with perfectly purs and healthful artl-
ole. D. B. Da Land & Co.'e Chemical Beiera-
tus will give perfect satisfaction to the . most
fastidious bonsekeeier. Manufactured and for
ala at wholesale bv D. B. Di Land k Co.,
Falrport, Monroe county, N, Y.
Who will suffer from Foul Humors, Sores,
Disease of the Skin, whenuch certain retnldlei
u McLian'b Stbnotaino CoiOial and Blood
Poairua, and MoLian's Volcanic Oil Lh
mint can be io easily obtained. The Cordial
will purify the blood thoroughly, and the Llnl'
ment will cure any' uors, 8ee the advertisement.
'v' ;v?::.;r "- ,1?
Who Said soT-You say your family ar
end that tou'. were never better in your life-
How long will this continue! Be preparedfor
: Mtretse. and take born a bottle of Gurnsey's
: . Blm. It will cost yon 25 cents. , .
S "I '
HT See advertisement of Prof. Millm'b
Hair Invigorator in another column. - I J:
MARRIED.
' On the 3d Inst., at th residence of th bridal
by John Helpmaa, lsq., Mr GSORQ1 JRUR to
BL1ZAWU1MS, daughter of Mr. William Whims, all
thltcounty. ' r " " s i J .
I Sy the He v. War G.N.Tmlng, en th Sd of February,
jest, Mr. CHARLES UNE to Mis AMANDA
all of Fsfrfleld county. 1 I-
ADVIRTIBBMBNT.
For th INSTANT R1LI1F
and PIHMABNT CUM
distressing oompuint see
- BNDT'S 1
) 3B0NCHI AL 0110 ABETTS,
Mad by 0. B. SSTMOUB. k CO., 107 Kueaa St.,
- Prtoe 1 per box mt Rw by pod. i
i s 0 SAL1 AT AIL DRDflailffl.
auyfr-dAwlyie
TELEGRAPHIC!
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
CONGRESSIONAL.
SENATE.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 4.
bought as the property or the United states
Itr. Crittenden presented tereral memorials from cltl-
tens or vailoni Blaise in favor ol toe unitenaen reso-
lutlons.
Mr. Wilton offered reiolutton of loqalry, atklng the
President to communicate to the Senate wuotuer any ar
lenale, forte, anna, or monitions of war beloDglog to the
United States, have beeo sailed by tny persons In the
State or Louisiana, and especially whether the Mint ol
the United State, at New Orleane, has been taken posses
lion of unlawfully, by any pereoni. and If any money of
the united States, ana u o, now mucu, aaeDeon unlaw
fully appropriated by any person, and by whom. Laid
over.
Mr. Chandler presented a petiuon or the eltlieni or
Michigan, remonstrating against any onange in the Con
stitution.
Mr. BlKler presented petition! In favor of the Crltten
den resoultions.
Mr. Foster presented a mo mortal from the eltlieni of
Connecticut asking for the pamge of the border State
resolutions.
Mr. Feasenden presented a netLlon In favor of restor
Ing peace to the country and preserving the bond of our
earners.
Mr. Blldell sent to be read bv the Clerk, the ordinance
of secession pused by Louisiana. Blldell suld the doc
ument just read places on ofhclal record that Louisiana
ceasea to be a component part of toe United States, and
terminates the conneetlon or himself and oolleaiue
with this body. Tbe occasion calls for some words In
parting with those whom we leave, some of whom we
hope to meet again, In the noble task of constituting a
new oonfederacyYthe new confederacy would not at
tempt to Improve The Constitution of the C. B. It
would recojrhlie tbVttbligatlone of all existing treaties,
those respecting the African slave trade Included. It
will be wllllna to assume a Just nronortloa of the nut lie
debt, j(nd account for all the property of the United
Stales, which they were compelled to take for self-defense.
They would recognise the right of tie) Inhabitants of the
aiiey or in Mississippi to tbe tree navigation or I he
Mississippi, without tax or toll of any kind. They honed
for peace, but the decision ot tnia question, tlopetiii on
wo nee states.
He had no doubt if the Issue was fairly presented to
the people of the States, they mla-htihava a peaceful se
paration, with a probability of a complete or partial re
ooostructlonabut.wlth the present representation In eith
er orancnoi uongress, ne could indulge in no sucb nope,
and they must be prepared to resist coercion under aoy
pretext. The North might. If it choose, (consider tbem
bound to the Union, and deny tbe right he would not say
of secession, but revolution or rebellion, If it choose to
call it io. It might Ignore the Detention of Indepen
dence, and attempt to reduoe the South to subjection.
It might declare a blookade, but the South would meet
them, and would permit no introduction of commerce or
manufactures from the North, and would meet them on
the sea, under the old flag, for they did not Intend to
give up the Aug. It belonged to tbe South as much as to
the North. They eould gel vessels from the same places
that now carry on the slave trade New York and New
England, lie referred to a blockade of the ports and
thought It foreign nation were not admitted, the South
would not commence the fight. He denied the charge
that the movement was but the consummation of a lou
contemplated plot, and claimed that it was the calm and
deliberate action of the people. UeJeferred to the many
(insnesiea received in tne Donate cnamber and, bade tbe
S' nets farewell.
Mr. Benjamin argued aralnst the assertion that Lou
isiana could not go out of the Union, because she was
bougntas tne property or tne united Btates. Louisiana
was acquired under treaty, which guarantied to the eltl-
sena of the Territory protection of property. He claim
ed that sbe had special reasons for going oat, because the
treaty stipulations u rider whleh she waa acquired, were
broken entirely by the Government.
II claimed tlit the charge of rebellion strains, the
South was an admission of oppression; for never in the
history of the world did millions rise in rebellion ngainat
honor and Justice; and when tbe people, with common
on,?,n' T0,f ltJ?0,t ?W"X0Tl '' whola th
lt aimed. The people of the South glory in uoh
triason as glowed la th soul of Hampden, burst from
the lips of lisnry, and shed a halo around tbe name of
Washington.
He conoluded with a tribute to the friend of the South
In the Northern Bute, and bad th Senate farewell.
(Applause In the gallery.)
Tbe President' msssage cam np
Mr. Ollngman commended it tone. He would do most
anything to save the country, and would vole for the
Crittenden proposition and other, to accomplish peace
and safety, bat movement for peace must come from
the Republican side of th House.
He argued against coerolon, he disclaimed any knowl
edge ot the Intention to make war on th Capital, but
war might ae likely com here as elsewhere.
Tne passag or tne racino itauroaa bill attempting to
make three routes, and a tariff bill directly against the
Interest of th South, and th homestead bill giving away
the public lands, drive many sensible men South Into sep
aration. The Republican Senators carry with them peace
or war, which will they give to th country? It war, th
South will meet them, and rather than submit would go
down like Bamson taking th edifice and th leader of
the PhillesUnes with them.
Mr. Hal protested against th assertion that the North
was making war. On the contrary, their position was
such aa would subject them to th charge of eowardiee.
Tbe Senator aaid there waa force North favorable to his
section. If war la to come, th first thing we (hall do
will be to take can of Northern traitor.
Mr. Lane wanted to know who he called traitor.
Mr. Hale Exactly those men who fight against their
own Btnte.
Mr. Lane They Are fighting for their constitution and
rignt aa state, i n allow no man to can inem trait
or. Hal wanted to define no man' position, bnt repeated
if forced Into war the North would first tak oar of trea
son at home. ,
The message wa postponed ml miiwir.-
Th bill to previd for Ihe goveraaeenl ot Idaho cam
up, and Green's amendment changing the boundary was
adopted on motion of Mr. Wilson. The nam wa al
tered to Colorado. Bill passed.
Mr. Pearce, from committee on finance, reported a
loan bill which wa mad th special order for to-morrow
Mr. Bliler offered a resolution to admit commission
era of State to the floor ot th Senate. Laid over. Adjourned.
HOUSE.
Mr. Branch asked leave to Introduce a resolution al
lowing th commissioner from the Slate admission to
tbe floor of th Housat
Mr. Knnkle proposed to amend, that the as of tbe
House or seme other suitable apartment, be tendered
them for their meeting.
Mr. Lovejoy and other objected.
V-fi John Cochrane gav nottoe that he would at an
early day, call np the bill reported by him from tbe com
mittee or ere, to farther provide, lor th couecuon or
duties on Imports.
A motion for night session this week was object
ed to.
Mr. Wilson presented a petition from Indiana for the
adoption of tbe Crittenden Compromise. He said be
eould not vote for it
Mr. Brlggs presented a memorial of 73 clllten of Or
ange Co.. N.Y., In favor of th Border Stat Compro
mise.
Th House wer-t Into Committee on th Senate's
amendment to tbe deficiency bill.
Mr. Mots advocated th Cnirlqal appropriation
amendment.
v nr. Bteven oira., opposea it.
The Chlrlaui amendment waa releoted.
"Th amendment to appropriate S135 000 for th
Cu rebate of Wendell' stabltshmant for a Publlo Print
ig Ollicowaa debated and adopted.
Mr. Taylor sent to tbe clerk th Louisiana secession
ordinance, which was read.
He said the act which It waa hi purpose to perform in
withdrawingfrom the assemblage, lln obedleuc to the
will of the people of hi State, wa one of no ordinary
I occurrence. The spectacle ws now exhibltedlof seeing tbe
I represenlative of the Bute., delegation after delegation,
"hir.wiB, (rom 0onress. from tbe Leilalative aesemby
withdrawing from Congress, from the Legislative assemby
of th country, destined nnder Providence to be the
greatest the world had ever teen.
We ar now witnessing the diiiolatlen of a mighty
form of a Government, and the secession of State after
8tate. from the Union. Difference of opinion have
caused these result, owing to a change in the relative
condition of th two Motions. A number ot the Sovereign
States have arrived at the conclusion that they can no
longer remain members of this Union anles change be
made in th Constitutional law and the ConslituUon be
restored to It own original spirit.
Th Committee rose, and th nous resolved tohiv
night sessions for debet th remainder of th weekr
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SENATE.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5.
or
Mr. Filch, from th committee on printing, reported
resolution for printing 8,SU0 of th mechanical reports
of the Patent Office.
air. Wade presented a petition requesting Congress
to stand firmly by the Constitution and th enforcement
of the laws.
Mr. Tenyeck presented sereral petition ef the same
character. -
Mr. Dixon presented a petition from over 10,000 dtl
tens of Connecticut, without distinction of party, in fa
vor of th panag of Ihe border State resolution.
Mr. Blgler presented petition In favor ;of the puuge
of the Crittenden resolution. '
Mr. Cameron presented a petition in favor of standing
by the Constitution. . . .
Mr. Wigfall offered resolution enquiring Ihe Pres
ident where th troop were concentrated in this Dis
trict. . , . . - . . ... r- -j... r. '
Important from New Orleans—Custom House
and Mint Seized—Reported Battle at Pensacola
—A Convention to be Called in Texas.
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Nrw Om.iaki Feb. 4 The Mint and Custom House
wen quietly taken possession of yesterday by the author-
orltles or iionisiana. i-oay wis omciau hum in oaia oi
omceiunder the ordinance. ;
There are flylcg report that fighting ha commenced
at Fensaoola, In oonsequence of the Brooklyn trying to
land trocpa. Then 1 no head for th report, but it I
authoratatlvtly stated by Alabamlau.
la th Convention, to;day, the report of Ihe committee
on citlienshlp comes up.
. In th Convention, to day a revolution to establish a
i.nrilnir armv. was maae. ine special onwr tor iu,w,j.
A resolution conferring cltlsensplp on parson resi
dent in tbe Bute on th day of the panag of th ordi
nance of secession, wa referred . (
The Convention has adjourned till Monday.
' A resolution to report upon the expediency of adopt
ing an ordinance exempting from taxation for five year,
all property and capital employed la manufacturers, wa
t..mmA ,A ih committee) on Commerce.
Th Texas House of Representative had passed by a
vote of OS against 13, a resolution legalising th call for
a Convention under a bill of right. -
Th cutter Lewis ua wa lurrenuirea so u lawua
authoritle at Mobil to-day. .
tumoii. Feb. 4. Th latest date received her by
mail from Fmaaool ar to th S7th alt. They speak of
the withdrawal ot the troop. Ne mention 1 Bad of
ine Brooklyn. - , -t'j
Th Montgomery and Mllledgevllle paper speak
th withdrawal of th troops from Fenaaool a a thing
nxerj upon,
A Pcnsaeola'oorrespondeot lay it Is deemed Impossible
to tak Fort Pkkn unsupported by war vewels. . n
From Pensacola.
PntSAOoiA, Fsb. . A trace hat been conelnded. The
Mitslssippl will retura ham on Monday, and Ul Ala
,iuitj9pjaaiBntt, nWmd, -
ARRIVAL OF THE KEDAR.
NEW YORK, Feb. 5.
The OanaJa steamer Kedar. CaoL Cook. Which left Liv
erpool on the Sfd of Jatuiryat about 3. P. M .arrlnd
here at midnight. '
The steamer Canada arrived at Queenstown at 8 o'elock
on the evening of the 8uth and reached Liverpool at 4
P. M. on the following day.
The City of Manchester called at Queenstown on the
80th, and arrived at Live! pool n the 81it.
. Renewed efforts were making at Limerick to transfer
ine ueimy line to the bnarron.
Lord John Russell, In a letter tendered to the cotton
manufacturers, through ins juaBchesiorcnemoeroi uom
mere, Invites tbe services of British consuls In cotton
producing dlitrlot. to assist In tetermlnlng the probabil
ities of obtaining from other sources, inch supplies a
may compensate for a possible falling off nnder the
American oriels. .
France has Intimated to other government! Interested,
the necessity of a conference of their representatives on
or before the 12th day of February, to eonsider the ques
tion of Syria, as the French occupation ceases In March.
There ar vairna reoorts that order for 200 can boats
have been given to private builders.
i ne course on tne zutn was animated; or. iuj.
The Sardinian admiral has nroalalmed th blockade of
uaeia, ana gave tne intiaoitanu a snort urn io quit tne
eity . . i i
All ForeUra vessels had loft.
The Italian Fleet renlaced the French aanadron before
uaei. at was presumed tual tne bomMroment recom
menced On thMQnih anil QLt.
Francis 2nd having refused terms of surrender, the
papal Nunolo. the Austrian. Bnanlah. Bavarian and Sax
ony uinisier, arrivea at uaata.
It is rumored that Enirland. V ranee and Russia are on
the point of coming to an understanding on a peaceable
uiuiion oi me uaniin queatlon.
Austria U raising a loan of thirty million of florlea. In
anticipation of taxes becoming due.
It is again asserted that a treaty exists between Prus
sia, Austria, and Russia, guaranteeing Venelia to Aus
tria. -
The bomhav mail, of Dee. 07ft, hail arrived at Znv.
land. News unimportant. Great Indignation was felt
at tbe late grant to Ihe descendants of Tlppoo Bab lb.
Import trade was resumed after six weeks suspension,
freight bad been very low, but rose towards the close.
Francis Edeson St Co., of London, In the Levant trade,
had suspended,estimate of liabilities as high aa bOO.000
pounds. It Is supposed that liquidation will be satis
factory. It was at first supposed that th suspension
WvUlJ prove but temporary, but the Intent prospects of
favorable liquidation were not quite soatlafaetory.
i ne suspensions are also announcea oi saessrs. Aeore
Bodeveanache A Co., London, merchants for about
70,0110 poundi, and of Messrs. Henry Smith Ac Sons,
Railway contractors, Birmingham. The Eogllsh funds
continued flat, but without material variation In prices.
Consols at noon on 2id ult., ware quoted at 01i'Jl.;
money DIX9lj on account; discount market remain
ed the same.' The choicest paper was negotiated 6X.
There were no gold withdrawn fr.im the bank on the 31st.
The ship Rasbbury Castle with 1UC.0O0 pounds rn gold
from Mllboorne, had arrived In the channel; also tbe
weilstry wilo is.im os.
LivrurooL Flour slow and Od per bbl. cheeper: extra
western pressiag at 89c and od. Wheat unchanged but
demand oonllrned to extra sorts. Indian corn 3d lower;
mixed pressed for sale at 38s per quarter without buyer.
Provisions beef and pork dull and unsettled. Bacon In
better demand. Lard firmer; sales atSbuSCOs for good to
fine. Tallow quiet. Buirar In limited demand. Coffee
nothing. Rice quiet. Ashes steady; small sales of pots
at SO and CO. Itosin no business reported. Spirit of
Turpentine dull at SUsand tid31.
Lokooh Marut. Breadaluffs dull, and' wheat gen
erally l2s per quarter lower; foreign held for previ
ous rates; sugar firm and wanted; ooffee firm at extreme
prices; tea In fair reuuest. tending upward: Rio wanted.
and not easily obtained at former prices.
The Timet of theSM reports considerable fluctuations
among securities, but gives the following as the closing
prices: I. 0. 30:ifl; Krie 87j,38X; N. Y.C. 73
75; M. 0. 1st mortgage 8788. , .
From California.
Fort Kkarnxy, Feb. 5 The Pony Express, with San
Francisco dates to the l'Jth ult., passed here at 8 o'elock
this morning.
ine election oi speaker or tbe Assembly, on tbe lath
f" effected by a coalition between the Republican and
Dougla. Democrats. A similar coalition will twatteupt-
d to elect a Dougla man U.S. Senator,
The Governor's message was delivered on Ihe 18th.
Tne principal feature was th strong ground taken In fa
vor of preserving the Union, and in opposition to a Pac
ific Republic.
A Union meeting is proponed at Sacramento, when all
candidates for U. S. Senator will be called onto define
tbeir positions.
The Washington Convention.
WninoToi, Feb. 4. The Convention I In teuton
to day with closed doors. "
Mr. Wright of Ohio, la temporary chairman. All the
State that have appointed delegates are represented ex
cepting New York, Tennessee, Missouri aud Illinois.
Eleven States are fully represented.
A motion ti admit the pros was tabled.
A committee on permanent organization was appoint
ed. The Convention adjourned till to-morrow noon.
John Tyler will probably be permanent President-
It is understood that th entiro proceeding will be
conauetea in secret session.
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From Springfield.
Brtinerittn, III., Feb. 4 Gov. Klrkwood, of Iowa,
arrived her this evening. He sjjsthe Iowa delegates
to Congress have been Instructor to act as Commission
ers, lt is rumored that Gov. Wailiburne. of Maine, not
only refuse to appoint commissioners, but advises other
to pursue the same course.
Horace finely arrived to-day. lie received Ihe news
el bis tnfeat for the Eenalorahiu, with bis usual eo.ua-
ntmily. He left for Jacksonville at noon without seeing
Mr. Lincoln.
Part of the Illinois delegate to the Wathlngtoo Con
vention ten uiseevening.
' WamnroToir, Feb. A. It appeare from tka Mtonia
received at (he War Department, that the Militia force of
Georgia, South Carolina, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi
and Louisiana combined, I 311,000. These return were
severally made from th years 1633 to 1659.
The returns for 1810 were only from the following:
Hassachusetoa, 161,800; Rhode Island, 18,541; Connecti
cut, 51,576; Virginia, 143,155: Minnesota, 34,480; New
York, 419,000. The aggregate of the whole country,
from these Imperfect returns I 3,188,000, of which about
3,500,000 are Infantry, 30,000 artillery, 30.000 cavalry,
and between 19,000 and 20,000 riflemen.
Imdstikdmci, Feb. 4. The New Hexk-an mail from
Pawnee Fork arrived to-day.
The snow on the plain Is from two to four feet deep.
Ihe mail waa compelled to travel part of the way on
pack mules. They were three days maklnr six miles,
Nothing bad been heard Pawne Fork of the murder of
majors men in wm tuutoon mountain, ana we presump
tion I that if it Cad been so they would bare beard Of It
a they ar In weekly communication wltn iron wis.
Quite a number of candidate are out in this county,
for the Blat Convention. No doubt but those who are
for the Union as It Is will be elected. .
Virginia Delegates to the National Convention.
Whiklmo. Feb . 4. The election to-day for delegates
to the.BUte Oonventlon'resulted In Sbtrrard, Clemmenel
andO. D. Hubbard, antl-eoessionlsl, elected by about
five hundred mijorlty. Excitement wae very great.
Union candidates are elected In Marlon, Taylor, Wood,
Brooke and Hancock counties. Very few votes polled
against referring Ihe action of Ihe Convention back to
the people. :
Louisiana Convention.
P irpoe -w hra cal m teget ber.
the past week have been 10,00(
A proposition to adjourn tb
The Convention appointed a
committee to adopt a flair.
A resolution waa offered that Ihe Convention shall not
consider Itself a legislative body, except for a particular
ler. xne state expenses rvr
uuu,
tbe Convention a Soon a
possible, to avoid extra expenses, was referred.
I
Louisiana Convention. From Texas.
Aostik, Tex., Jan. 38. The Convention met to-day,
No Important businet wa transacted. It Is believed
that the secession ordinance will be submitted to the peo
ple on th SOlh of February, aud a new Convention be
called to assemble March xd. Tbe Uouse resolution giv
ing the Government sanction to tbe.Conven tlon, ipsaied
en senate yeai vu, nayi 3. , ., .
From New Orleans.
a
Naw 0las, Feb. 5. The Custom house wal open
ed yesterday under the Government of Louisiana.
A rumour reached here last night that the Convention
of Texas had passed an ordlnanoe of secession, by 154 to
6. The sentiment In flftor of uniting Texas with the
Southern Confederacy 1 represented to be largely in the
From North Carolina.
BiLiian, N. C Feb. 4. Th Hons to day passed
unanimously, a resolution declaring thatln case reconcil
iation falls, North Carsllna goes with the other Sieve
Slate...; Th legislature will adjourn perhaps tod awal
resatts. . r . ...... ,
Niw Totx, Feb. S. The result from Virginia show
a probable triumph of the Unionists for the Convention.
A special Aioany.uespatcn to ine iieraiu-saysinai uov.
Monan received a despatch from Gov. Brown, of Ga.,de
mandlnc the immediate restoration of musket seised on
board tne steamer oionieceuo., xa9 uovernor naa not
replied yet.
NiwaKC Feb. 3th. The Rev. N. Murray, D.D.,the
well known Klerwan, died last week alhls residence.
Wasriiistos. Feb,- 4. Gov. Wis was
delegate from Prlnceta, Aane oounly.
to-day eletted
Rail Road Time Table.
LITTLE MIAMI COLUMBUS & XENIA R. R.
of
- . , -i Leave. .. ,
Accommodation S.19 A. M.
No. S Ex 8.30 P.M.
Bight Express. 8.45 A.M.. ,
Curvitim, OotosBos A Ciiicibhati B. B
Exprees and Mall. .S 00 P. M. ..
Mght Atxpree .....i. a.
CntTiAt.OmoK.il.
Brnres Train... .1 30 K. M
Hail Train .....4 8.40 P. M.
Pirrsauian. Oouauci k Cimcuuuti B. u. . '
KrnrMa Train. ...... 3 00 A. H'.'i 2.30 P.
" Mail Tram .!.,.. 8,40 P. M. ' 8;0 P.
flni.naios A ImbiaMamli Hv B. - -1 ' I ? I '
Columbus, Plana A Indiana B. B.I
' Bxpres. Train.. H..-;. 8:10A.M'jll:10 A.M
' Express Traln......i.... P.M. ' :I0P.M
trrive.
9.1SP.
110 P.M.
8.4S A.
'1.40 P.M.
' 1:WA.
8 30 A.
8 80 P.
(Late ef Pbalon'l Establishment, N. T.,) Proprietor
. K . nmmw ,nr. O.IUUUBUIV D1MTIUK, MmtK VUUUK
Shampoonlng, Curling and Dressing Saloon, Sast
.tmt. mr Ih Pott Ofilo. where fatitfactloa
be (Itcb In 111 th various branches. Ladle
- Children! Hair Dr(laB done la th best style.
tyw-diF - , ,r ,r ;t '
THE MARKETS.
New York,
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN]
NEW YORK, Feb. 5.
ILOUR receipt of 5,340; market heavy and So low
er; sales of 10,900 bblsat $5 10!5 80 for superfine State;
5 snumS 35 for extra State; 5 105 SO forsuperfln
Western. $i 30313 60 for common to medium extra
Western 3 SOiiiS 70 for Inferior to good shipping
brand extra Round Hoop Ohie Canadian tony I dull
and drooping; sales of SSS bbls at $i 30(7 50.
BYK FLOOB steady at S3 4034 SO.
WHEAT receipt of 5,GU9bush; market heavy and la
lower: tales oMU.UUU busk at II 10 for untcaio snrtni:
1 S3 for Milwaukee Olub delevered; 1 80 for Amber
Iowa and Wisconsin: SI 1SI for winter red West
rat 1 431 50 for whit Michigan.
KYI lalt.
BARLEY quiet.
OOKN receipts 1138 bnsb. market dull anddeollnlns:
2800 bush at 07c(3i6SKo; mixed western In store and de
livered, for old at 649bT for new.
O ATS heavy at K303a for western Canadian and
State.
PORK dull and unchanged, at 17.73. for mess and
1 13 for prime.
hKKt quiet and unchanged.
OUT MEATS quiet and steady.
LARD dull and heavy; sale ef 60 bbl. at 'Jt,
lOc.
BUTTER In fair request at 1014o. for Ohio; 14(3
19c. for State. ! . .
CH1K8B steady SiJlOXa.'"
WHISKY steady and demand fair; sales of 1,000 bbls.
atlBK.
BuuAits dull and heavy, mius xi. u. louat
6.
MOLASSES anlet. bv auotlon 300 bbls JJ. 0. told at
25 30.
STOCKS active and hither: money In good supply
and rates easier. 5S0 per ct. on call, 7o 8 short, 1st
class paper B. Ex. dull and unchanged. 0. at. I.
"'XiJrt. S. 10; 0. T.30; 0. 0 icO.84; Ilarl, pfd
CTt at. O. MX; M. B. quoted JUHi Hud. 4lf: Pae.
MailP5; 0. B. As Q. 67X; N- H. At II. 10; 0. At Oh. 09;
Erie 33: Beading 48: J. 0. serin 73V; J. 0. 78: Amb.
8; Mo 8'B4; Va. B's7iX; Brie lt bond 105; Treasury
wperct. tux; t'al. 7S8U.
Cleveland Market.
February. 5.
FLOUR sales of small lot. Including 83 bbls whit
wheat double extra at 5,62)4 ; 85 bills red do at 13.00:
85 bbls superfine at t,00, and 35 bbls tine at S3.00.
WHEAT lower: sales or 1 car red at tl.OH:H do at
91,09, nd 1 car whit at l,88.
COBN sale or l car at aao
0 ATS sales of S cars at 84c.
IHGUWINES-salr of 85 bbl at Uj.
HOOS-rmtsrs are offering iKSfl.J0.
BUTTER-sale of several small lot at l'.'o for good
quality.
jrKUi i saiesor 3 bbls dried apples at :i,c.
EOOS-dull at 12o.
Cincinnati Market.
FLOUtt-held th position last Quoted for It 4 65 for
Superfine. The rebelpt last week were 14.133 bbls
against 9,838 samaweek last year. The export were
13.347 bbls against B.3U1 tame week last season
WHEAT red commands but little attention from any
but tbe millers; White Is In request for shipping.
uai :n are aeia at two, out are inactive.
BARLEY Is still Inactive at 7fl2e.
R YF has scarcely any market.
WH IBKY-la steady st Mc. v.
CORN on the ear Is maintained at 5; Shelled I dull
at 35(S38c. Receipt for th week ending tbe 81 55.140
bushel. Shipments 8,W2 sacks. Ocn. Com. fob. 5.
TIio Premium Horse for Sale,
rpiIE CELCBRATRD BIICKETK JI0R-
J. uan hokum, uhaklik, I ottered roreaie.
This Horse Is four year old. a dark bay color, and wa
tired by the celebrated .
BLACK HAWK MORGAN.
lie Is sound and perfect In every particular.
Regarding the merits of the Horse, I am permitted to
refer to the fallowing gentlemen: David Taylor, Esq.,
Robert Nell, Esq., R. Nevlns, Esq., Col. N. Slmonton,
U. 8. Hotel; Dr. J. William, Clerk of tbe Hone De
partment of the Board of Agriculture; E. M. Williams,
W. Williams. J. O B. Rennlck, Esqr.; W. A. Piatt,
Esq., State House Commissioner; A P. Stone, Treasur
er of State; R. H. Geary, Esq.; J. 0. Beamy, Prosecu
ting Attorney;Uol. N. il. Bwayne, Hon. U. ai. rarsons,
Filz J. Matthews, Judge Superior Court; Joseph Hol-
lenback, Dr. Akin, Goods! House; Hon. Sam. Gallo
way, A. w. Dolson, Buckeye House: Hon. J. waicut,
Col. Northrop, L. E. Wilson.
For particulars call on the subscriber, at bis soap Fac
tory, foot of Friend street, Columbus, Ohio.
uui-diw .HbTiKx Ejitticii, proprietor.
, SOMETHING NEW,
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES.
CALL AT NO. 83s SOUTH HIGH ST.
and examine oar new make of .
AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufactured by E. HOWARD it 00 . Boston. Mais.
These Watches ar far superior to anything ever offered
to Ihe publlo, heretofore. Having the exclusive agency.
I can sell them at price to suit Ihe times. I have just
receivea a targe atoci oi
' AMERICAN WATCHES, '
manufactured by APPLETON, TRACT. At -00 ; also, a
fine assortment of ' T
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Sold and Silver Cases, at Panic prices.
Jar3 - W. J. SATA01.
BILL POSTING
AND
DISTRIBUTING BILLS!
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to the
POSTING AND DI5TBIBUTING
OF 1 '
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All order left at the 001c of the Siatetman 'will be
promptly attended to , janll-tf
Master Commissioner's .Sale.
Georg. McDonald . 'A '..,.'
Charles Bobbins and others.S nkUn Oeanty.
PUICSTJANT TO Alt ORDEIC OF SALE
Issued from th Superior Court of Franklin ooun-
ty, Ohio, to m directed in the above entitled action,
shall oner ror sale at public auction, to tba highest bid
der, on
Saturday, March 1G, 1861,
between th hour of 10 o'elock A. M. and 19 o'clock M
at Ihe door of the Court House of aaid county, in th city
of Columbus, the following described premise, vis: Lot
no. 3J, in jonn morrison aauuiuon to tne city or Jo
lumbu. Ohio, a per recorded plat of said addition, also
IS feet off the east side of lot No. 33 of aaid Morrison's
addition .
Let No. 33 appraised at WOO. -
IS feet off east side lot it, at tlOO.
.. ... FRANCIS COLLINS,
feM dltAwts ' Master Commissioner.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Buttle A Oomstock ' V
against Common Plea Franklin
Joshua O. Kenyonand other. I County.
l-tlinStJANT TO AN ORDEK OF SALE
AT issued from th Court of Common Plea of Franklin
county Ohie, tome directed in the above entitled action,
I will offer for sale at public auction to th bigbeit bidder-
..;: ,. ' f
On Saturday, March 16, 1861
between thepiour of 10 o'clock A. la. and IS o'clock,
at Ih door of tbe Oourt Houa of (aid county, In
city of Columbus, the following desenbedjpreraisea,
Lot No. 4 of the (ub-dlvlsion of the, west half ot
lot No. 73, and the South half of lnlol No. 74, In
city of Columbus, Franklin oounly Ohio, a shown
th recorded plat or saiu lunairuton. ;
Appraised at .
rnnnvio uuuuino,
feMdltAwts , - . Master Commissioner.
M
M.
M
M
M.
M.I
U.
Master Conimissioner's Sale.
Blckley A Brother ) ' - 1,1 '
v. - Superior Oourt. I
Peter Harringtop, et. al. ) w- , I
BIT VIRTUE OP AN ORDER OF RALr.
to ra directed, from . th Superior
of Franklin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for tele at th
of th Court House, In the city ot Qolumbu, os
Saturday, the 9th day of March, A. D. 1861,
between th hoar of 10 o'olock A. M., and 4 o'elock
al sstate, to wit: In
own of Alton, county
Franklin, and Stat of Obloi . h . j ,.
Appmiiodat, for lot h mi, , . i i '
" 31. J1S00. I
, : 0. W. HUIFMAN. Bherltf.
and Master Commissioner.
reW.ltdA4tw
Prlnters's Fee 3..
3H3Z3H3T 3VTJIO
-: i
AT
U A T r
' II A Aw i
V . t U
'jan
sidif
r j. J V
T 1 J. 0.
V7C0D8.
Me'
c.
gult
will
and
LI LIE Y
And Blank-Book Manufantorer,
I0BTH KOH RSEET, OOUnCBVBs
a.rti-aiw : . - '
fflAnTL.ia HAKAttESa
Whit sad Black, last received eli f. r' '
JyS8 " it - , vi i AlHaV
WIE
V
T..,,-
: ktrti "t . ,
GREAT SLAUGHTER!
f i
.IN,
DRY GOODS
AT
KTJAPP & CO. S
NEW STORE.
From and after tbls date we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE PER CENT
IN OR 1)1 B TO MAKE SOOaf FOR OUR
SPRING STOCK.
NOW IS THETI1BT0 BUY
Our assortment is still good,
and it is known to every
one that our
s took:
CONSISTS OF
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OK
KNAPP & O O . ,
NO. 119
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
OOHeXT3VIT3XJS,
OHIO
5 Tonsof Feathers' and 50 Tons of
Rags Wanted.
oct2S-2awd-satw-6m
HENRY TOW,
Wholesale and Betail Dealer Io
Foreign & Domestic Cigars,
ano icst nUKD
Smoking & Chewing Tobacco.
Also, the best" quality or eiCDTTB constantly
on nana.
XCTCountry Merchants are Invited to call before pur
chasing elsewhere.
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET,
. .. ' Bet. Main and Bycamore,
novSI-wOm CINCINNATI. O.
I
Sheriff's Sale, '
GorgWeygandt
TS. fliauisou vuumuu lieu.
Baty Clark-
T V1KTUE OF A WRIT OF TEUDI,
1J to me directed, from th Court of Common Plea of
Madison county, Ohio, I will offer ror sale at tbe door
of th Court House, in the city or uotumou, on
Friday the 8th day of March, A. D. 1861,
between the hour ot 10 o'clock A. M. aud 4 o'clock t.
M.. th following described Real Estate, situate In tbe
county of Franklin, and Btat of Ohio, to wit: Lot no
'31.) in Orov city. .
Appraised aisjlo. - u. n. uuxraAn,
feb4-ltdAt4tw Sheriff. ,
Printer' fee S3 00.
Employment.
HE SCIBSCKinEKS, DEALING IN
a. 8 in nd Article, will furnish employment to
a few active men to act aa agent for their house. A
preference will be given to those who are well acquaint-
ea in tne amrict ior wmcu uicy eppiy
For which services they ire willing to pay a (alary
of from !
$800 to $800 per year, and Expenses.
' For further particular address
W. B. MOREHOUSE A CO.
3 and S, Exchange Place, ,
Jan30 d3m. Jertey City, N. 3.
M.
tbe
vis:
In-
the
by
GUERNSEY'S BALM
-TSKlflOVES AND PKE VENTS IN
li, Bammatlon and Bain, and heala the worst burn
scald, bruise, cut, or fresh wound of any kind, prevents
swelling and pain from bee ating, mosquito bite, and
noiaonou Blant. Muralvia. rheumatism, agu in the
breast, salt rheum, eto. When taken internally, It will
positively care croup In children, and give immediate
relief in th worst case of this terrible complaint; also.
remove hoarseness and sore throat. Price, ii oeata a
bottle. Should b in every house. For sale by Drug
gists and Storekeepers. IKV1N btuhh.
Sole Proprietor, No. 1 Bprac St., New Fork
oot4datwiyi '
REMOVAL.
-s-v II. TAFT HAN REMOVED HIS)
I 3m .lock of DRY GOODS from No. l'-'l South High
street, to his old stand. No. 40 North High street, In
Thompson ' nutiaing. wner ne win wpiww u mau
hi old customers, and all new one that may coma, where
k. will m,II them chean e-ooda.
A large lot of CARPETS on hand, Which will be (old
at oot, ior cam, to oiosa uio nwa.
. D. H. TAFT,
janl8:dlm Comer nigh and Gay it., Columbus. 0
Oourt
door
P.
lots
of
SUNDRIES, .., - 1; .
B.C. Soda; ... .,
, Sal Soda and Seleratui;.
Cream Tartar pur and lit quality.
Ball Petre and Brimstone; ,
No. 1 Mackerel and Herring; ' .,
. Prime Bio Ooffee; , , -
OldOovernmentJavaCoffe;. , ,.'
Pure Ground Coffee;
Rackets. Tuba. Brooms. Washboards Ac
, . , i , ugui a aiBtiiauA,
Jan. 31. 34 Sutesman Bulldltr.
For sale
T71RENCH KID GLOVES, -v
r i FRENCH RID GLOVES,
FRENCH KID GLOVES I
75 oenti per pair, aim a sold elsewhere for on
H. PETER BAIN,
aovS. Hot 88 Bonth High street.
PARIS CLOAKS hp rALEien,
Made In the moat stylish and elegant manner.
new lnvolcJut opened by PETER BAIN,
dee. It." . - nn.THfauiaiuiunM
OHIO
-
BOTH
A I.KVan 11HKH HSU ULVVLS,
Al. All siie and oolors lust opened at BATN8,
deo.ll.
No. iff South High street.
-a rrcic .a- Itr-WTIR AV7X. ' '' ' '
IV1 Btateaman Butldmg, have an extra article of
ey Byrnp, Whlal and Retail. . . ' lanai
SOIVIETHING NEW, v." ; ' , -r
Yedd Tea (Japan.) , , -. : Jor Baleby
JanSU-r-- . McRIkjtt REnTIBAUX.
H1
ElttP AN COTTON HOPES. , .-.
do oo fwmts, - ;
XirA tiatdt and Candle Wick. ' 1
for sal by . : ' .; M'KEB A KESTTEAUX,
ot" " " ' ,"S4 N. High Street.
rrrnR RECEPTIOlf 1IOOP SKIRT.
A, Th moat graotful and legaat skirt 7i ottered
ale. Anew letjuitopenoeny ."""am,
dee.ll, i - o.Wfcath High, (tree
Host Co ngh Mefflcinein the World!
- , THE .
Great Kemedy of the Age
AYEE'8
PULMONIC CHERRY CORDIAL
' roa the eritDr and oebtain cure or ,
Cougbe, Colds, Throat Diaeasee, Iloerteneae,
Oroup, Bronchltie, Asthma, Earl Stage
Consumption, Spitting Blood, Night
Sweats, Feverish Condition, Ate.
Prioo f3X.
Of Ihe great remedies whleh Dr. Ays (of tbe Throat
and Lung Institute, 30 West fourth Street, Cincinnati,)
ha offered to the public, there is none which ha given
such universal satisfaction In hi practice a the "Pol-
homio CusaiY CoaniiL," .
It possesses the most extraordinary powers, and
among the point of marked superiority of this favorite
remedy are these:
JEPltcontaln n itlorpblne, or any
thine; which will derange the Haw-
el or impair tbe Appetite,
lEJ'It contain no deleterious sub
stance whaterer. ,
inTThe effect Is prompt and perma
nent.
lETAe a cure or preventative of .
DYPTHERIA,
It has no equal. None who have
ever used It have been attacked.
CALL FOR THIS AHD TAKE NO OTHXB.
So not Confound it with any other prepare'
tlon pnt np by any person of similar name.
h h h'h tt h t t h h
This Cough Cordial has been thoroughly tested thous
ands cf time, and in no case ha It aver failed!
Bear In mind that thl Cherry Cordial Is the prepara
tion cf a regularly educated Practicing Phytlcian, a
point not to be lightly eso.td by those who require a
sterling medicine.
Oeo. W. Rice, Kin., of Olnclnnatl, certifies to a re
markable cure of Asthma, the patient being hi Fife.
Th remedy the cordial.
John n. Deter. Esq., of Olnclnnatl. testifies to a re
markable cure of chrcnic throat disease by mean of this
great remedy.
Rev. Dr. J. F. Chalfant. Presiding- Elder. fM. E.
Church, Dayton District,) sajs: "I cordUlly recom
mend Dr. Ayer' wonderful preparation to those who
may be suffering from chronic catarrh or disease of th
Throat and Lungs."
Solomon Adam (of th well known Imnortlne Dry
Goods House, Hughes. Adams At Co.,) Cincinnati, says:
"I heartily commend Dr. Ayer's Cordial as justly de
serving the icelehrlty It has attained'"
Ohas. Munroe, Esq. .Cincinnati, says: 'I cheerfully
exprees my fullest confidence In Dr. Ayer's medicine.
fT: fc. Bates, Esq., write form Fifth Avenue Hotel.
New York: I shall always recommend my friends to the
use of your Cordial, feeling, tbat It has effected what
some oi tne most eminent pnysiclan In new York and
Olnclnnatl failed to accomplish, via: th cvr of Mr.
. ... I 'I
T. J. Emerson, Esq ..Professor of Vocal Mmlc Gin-
clnati, says. "All other remedies having failed to cure
or reliefs my throat. I used Dr I. W. Aver' Cordial.
and am happy to say, it effected an entire and perfect
cure. -
L. B. Eager, Constable, Cleveland, says: "With th
us oi nr. ayer cordial experienced tbe moet decided
relief, and hare no doubt of it electing a radical and
permanent cure."
Rev. E.G. Tucker, Brookvllle, Indiana, waa cured of
Consumption and testifies In th itrongeat term to th
wonoenuicmcacy oi tne eoraiai.
Rev. J. B. Allen. Pastor of th Presbyterian Church,
Brookline 0., cured of chronlo bronchitis, says: "I am
now able to use my vole as well a at any time during
my ministry ana wnn more enect ana comfort. I now
rejoice that I applied to Dr. Ayer."
Equally strong letter and testimonial from 8. J.
Burlison, Bupt. of Bridges, Cleveland: H. Ranney,
Merchant; N. Sanford, Merchant; C. A Van Slyke,
Steamboat builder, Buffalo'; Col. Crump, Hannibal,
I v. f.voniisvn, OT., tNwaitORMr, Mt. J.OQ1S.
rlev. A. J. Kane, Sprinefleld. Ills: Moeee Chraa.
Esq ., Civil Engineer, Pittsburgh; and hundred of other
nave neea receivea.
For sale In Cincinnati bv E. 80ANLAN at CO.
noieaale Agents, corner Fourth and Main Street.
, CU1KH, JfiC&BTKlN el CO.,
Corner of Fourth anil Tin AlrMite.
Alto, at Dr. A TEH'S (Me. 30 West fourth. Stmt.
Oineinnati, and by Druggist generally.
For sale by DR. O. DKN1Q L. SON. Nnrtk -East ear
ner oi nignana men street.
Jan. Jfti-deXuatlhekwly
IA .", S.-JTmmAi
PBICXB SEDUCED
From theNewtork Observer-l
As all parties manufacturing Sewing Machine are ob-
UeedlODay Mr. iinwe a license on each machine said,
and ar a so compelled to make return to him, under
oath, as to the number sold, hi book ilv a correct state
ment. From this reliable source we have obtained the
following statistic. Ot th machine mad In th year
lion, mere were oia.
By Wheeler A Wilson 81,305 ,
" I. M. Singer A Oo 10,953
'. t " drover A Baker 10,280
Showing the sales of Wheeler A Wilton to be dovilt
those of any otner uoavpany."
Awarded the highest premiums at th
United State Fair of 1858, 18J9 and 1800)
alio at the
Ohio Stat Fair of 1859 and 1800; i .
and at nearly all the County Fair lu the Stale,
Our Drices. it Ih lit reduction, are at low at
loot Ukh machine now sold, and but a trifle higher than
tbe interior (too uirtaa Mai tucii maoAtrws,
rnrflpil nnnn the market.
Til WHEELER A WILSON MACHINE mtkeith
Lock Stich th only one which cannot be raveled .
It Auk on Both Siotxof th good, leaving no rWq
ehainon Uu undtr.tblt.
All maeAint sarranfta 3 years, ana itislrticMon
given in their ate, free or eharje. - . -
xt. UjtAUl,ci uign n.. uoiumoat, u.
' 1 WM.BUMNEB A CO.,
dc3 8awu3mAw6m Pik't Optra Hon, Olnclnnatl.
CANADIAH &TJHTTED STATES KAIL
. STE1AMERS !
to and ruora
LONDONDERRY, GLASGOW,
" Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
and
by
,
Hon
.
,
Th Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's Brat -class
full-powered Clyde-built steamer nil every Sat
nrdar from PORTLAND, carrying the Canadian
United State Man ana passenger,
NOVA 8C0TIAN Capt. McMasttra,
BOHBMIAN Capt. Orange,
NORTH BRITON Capt. Borland, ; i
CANADIAN..... ......Capt. Cmham, '
NORTH AMERIOAN..Capt Alton, ,
ANGLO-SAXON , Capt. Balantlne,
HIBERNIAN,
NORWEGIAN, r , r.
Shortest Cheapest And Quickest
vcyeasivv iivia
AKEBicA TO All PARTS OF EUROPE.
win tail from LIVERPOOL swerT WelnssdT
and from QDBBKO everf Siatardayt alllng
LONlWNUKtttti , to receive on Basra ana iaoa mail
Peatenter. to and Iron Ireland ana ecotiana.
Olatgow patseBger are furnished with rata
ticket to aua irom inaonaerry. ..i
Return ticket granted at reduced rate. I
Aa experienced 8argoa attached to each steamer.
rwilAi-atM laaned for earrvlnv Io and hrlhffincout
mmm Ina all the Drindnal towns of Oreat Britain
iMi.nii. at reduced ratee. nTtnia una or sieaaKra,-u
by th WASHINGTON LINE OF SAILING PAOKBTB
laatrintt I .arsPWw ETEra VAT SI rV ..
OTV.atB ... ' .
EPnta wimmardera. Annitr F. inei I imrn. nnvvsv
WAY, Now Work, and 19 WATER
Ulverpssi, ,
SABEt SEABIE, Oeneral feBts,
Or to- J. R. ARMSTRONC,
BolO-lydAw - - Statensuva Offltr. Columbus,
br
BLACK STB4W BOMNETl! AWIEI"
gantBlbbon..U.sr.t variej,. JfAta-
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Dr. J. IL KcIJ3A17'5 " .
Streagtfceitiag Cordial end Bhod
PuniPiriTi:.
Tlie Greatest Benattlrla Tit Wrl,
Kotrt rxnerow
Awn i avl '
CORDIAL i ,
ever taken. V U
iA IS STHICT
ly (clentlac and
Vegetable Compound,
trocand by th d Is tu
ition of Boots, Herb
and Bark, Fellow
Dock, Blood Soot,
Saraaparllla. If 1 1 2
Cherry Bark and Dan- Vf j
ff t
'AJ
delton enters into It
oompoeitlon, Th en-
Before Tokiii&uie muv' rmSl After Taitix
principle of each Inrradlent b thom,i. .wrf-i
my new method of distilling, producing a deuekna. aa
hilerating spirit, and th moat INFALLIBLB ramedy for
rsnovatlcc th diseased (yetem. sod fum.. ilhTw-i,
STRENGTH diUUtel MTALU HBAtTH and
mcLEAN'S aTBEIOTnEIIIfO ortn.
Will tffeotually cur
LITIS COMPLAINT. DISPEF8IA. JAtTHDIOS
Chronle or Nervous Debllltv. DImm of tha sTIAmm
and all diseases arising from a disordered UvwrerStoea
aoh, Dyspepsia, Heartban, Inward Piles, Acidity orSlok-
Bmmw ui we Biomacn, fuiuie or Kioee to tbe Head, Dull
pain or swimming la the head. Palpitation of the Heart,
tallnes or Weight la the Stomach, Boar B rotation
Choking or uffocatlnf feeUog when lying down, Dm
orTellowuessof th Skin and lyes. Night Bweatafla
ward Fever. Pain tn th small of the hack, eheet or side.
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit, f rlghtfal
Dream, Languor, Despondency or any NavVon Due,
Sore or Blotches on thaBkin. ni .
Chills and Fever.) .
Ovr Blillisa sf UtUs i,
Hare been sold dnrlce the but six montha. in . in.
stance has lt fellrd in -y-genMre iMmnm,.' Wha,
uuu,, win saner iron weannee or Dwbillt when MC
LEAN'S STRBNflTHENINa COBDIAL will euro yoa!
No Uoetuure can eonver aa adaanata M tha
fate aad almost miraculous change produced by taking
this Cordial la th diseased, debilitated and shattered
nerve hi system, whether broken down husnss an in
nature, or Impaired by lick new, the relaxed and aaatrang
organisation I restored to it pristine health aad vigor.
JtlAKKIED PHSOHI, .
Or other coneelou of Inability, from whatever cases,
will 4nd McLean s Strengthening Cordial s thorough
regenerator of th system; and ail who may have Injured
themaelve by improper indulgence, will And in th Cor
dial a certain aad speedy reaneuy. .
To tn) Laellee. .
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT COINSCnPTION, WHITES
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, tribontinenoe ef
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof, Falling of tbe
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting aud all Disease incident to
Female).
There Is bo H litake Abeat It.
Suffer no lonier. Take It aoeordlna- to Directions
win stimulate, strengthen ana Invigomt yea and
in nioomor neaitn to mount yourcnaak strain.
a very oottia Is warranted to gtv atltacuoa.
FUR CHILDBElf.
If your children an Mckly. nunv. or afflicted. McLean's
oraial will mak tlaea haaltW. fat and TObujt. Delay.
not a moment, try it, aad yoa will be eesviewwd. , .
It
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
Cactioh. Beware of Dnsnrlst or Dealer whs ma
try to palm upon yon soma Bitter or aarsapartlla traah
which they can boy cheap, by laying It I juat sa good.
Avoid uch men. Aak lor McLean's Btrenctbaning Oor-
dial, and tak nothing else It 1 the only remedy that
will parity th blood thnroaihlf and at th same time
Strengthen th systeen. . ,
one tabteepoonfal taken every morning fasting. I a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chill and Fever, fallow
Fever, or any prevalent disease. It I pat Bp la large
bottle.
Price only 91 per bottle, or e bottle for (5.
J.H. MuLBAN,
Sol Proprietor of thl Cordial,
Also McLean Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Prlndcal Denot on tha corner of Third and Plna etnata.
8t.Louia.Mo.
MoLean'a Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Th best Liniment In tbe World. The only safe aad
certain cur for Canoe re, File, Swelling and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weaknes of the
aiuKle, unronlo or Inflammatory rmoumatlsra, tur
ners of th Joint, oontractad Mania er Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruise, Sprain, Wosnda, Freeh
Outs, Ulcers, Fever Bore, Caked Breast Sore Nipple,
Bam. Scald. Sore Thoat. or any Inflammation or Pain.
no difference bow (even, or bow long tha liaises aaaf
nav uitiea. ncLean veteoraiaa uninsnt at a ear ,
lain remedy. ....
Thousands of human being nav feeeasavwd a life of
decrepitude and misery by th as of this lavaleabl mod
cine. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
LINIMENT
Will relieve pain almost Instantantooily, and It vrll
oleanse, purify and heal th foulest eon la aa Incredi
ly short time
Far Horses and Otber Aaimals.
McLean celebrated Liniment la the onhr safe and rw .
liable remedy for the cure of Spavin, Binr Bona, Wind
galls, Splint. Unnatural Bump, Node or Swelling. It
will never fail to oar Bit: Bead. Poll Evil. Fistula. Old
runnlnf Sore or Bweenv. if DreoerlT aonlled. For
Bp rains. Bruise, Scratohe, Sores or Wuands, 0 recked
eels, Chafee, Saddle or Collar Gall It Is aa Ufallibl
remedy. Apply lt a directed, aad a oar is esrtsla la
very Instance.
Then trine no longer vntn tn many wortbiee Lint-
ment offered to yoa. Obtain a supply of D. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will ear yoa.
J. H. MCLEAN, Sol Proprietor,
Comer of Third and Pin B tree la. St. Louie. Mo.
For sale by all druggists.
ror saie oy ttUuauiB at bamuasl,
augtaVdAwly Oolambaa. Ohio
any
now
It
or
MRS, WINSLOW,
An experienced Nnrt and Femal Phyalclaat, praaent
to in attention or mouera, ae
SOOT H ING; SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which greatly facilitate th process of teething, by soft
ning the gum, reducing all Inflammation wll I allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and la i
SURE TOKEGtJEATE TUB BOWELS.
Depend upon it, Bothan, 1 1 will give rest to youreelre
and
BELIZr AID EEAITH TO TOTJS XXrAini.
W have oat an and told this article for over tan years.
and CAN BAT, IN CONFIDENCE AND TEDTH, of It,
what we nave never been able to say ol any otner asedt
eioe NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINOLB INST
ANCE, TO EFFECT A CUBE, when timely seed. Ksv
r did w know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any on
who used it. On th contrary, all are delighted witA It
operation, and- (peak in term of ommeadaUoa of it
magical effects and medical virtue. W (peak la thl
matter WHAT IHJ rvmiw , B,ier mi years' pe
rienoe, AND PLEDGE OUR BBPUTAT10N FOR THE
FUL1LLMENT OF WHAT WE HERB DECLARE. la
almost every instance where th Infant la suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found in fffleea or
twenty mioutet if Mr theSyrap I administered.
Tlla valnahle BMnaratlon ta tha Breaertntlon of one ef
the moat EXPERIENCED and SKILLFUL NUBHBS la
New England, and bai bean usea with SAlia FAlAt-
INQ BUCCKB8 in
XllOUSAH A Or ilASE, -Ttnntonl
rellevea the child from Bain, but tnvigor
alee the stomach and bowels, oorrecni acidity, and give
ton aad energy to th whole system. It will almost la
ttantly relitv : . - i
gbip:o nr tee bowels, am wind couo
and overoome oonvslaioa, which, if net speedily rem.
died, end in death, we believe il tnBi ana bub
iht RiMsnr in i H r niinnu. in . 1 1 vmrnwm vx via
ENTERT and DIARRHOEA IN CHILD REM. whether
It arise from teething, or from any other can. We
would say to every mother who has child suffering from
any or theroregom
ir coropiatnis im hut i.bt iuub
PREJUDICES NOR THE PREJUDICES OF OTHERS
and
Con.
at
ana
pattage
and
sfl.
TM
Ohio,
stand between you and your uffering child, aad th re
lief that wiy oe cu rva JCW, ADCULL.1SUI BUVmBT
sviiiow tbe at of thi medicine, If ttataly aaad. Full di-
nntinnt for otlng will socompany each Bottle. None
nuln units the fae-slmll of CURTIS A PBBKINSi
New York, 1 oath outald wrapper. s
Bold by all Druggiata tnrougnoat tne wot 14.
Principal Office, 13 Cedar "trsst Pf.T.
PRICE ONLY 24 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
007-dAwly -.--n r7;I f-sTATXr
WM KNABE & CO.,
A T THEIR r W mlk
J. ROOM, HO. MO BAJ.TOKJUJtHT.A , jPt-tl
NOS.l.S.SmidTN'.EUTAvrwilKlT '
Offer foraal ther celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, - ' " u
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' AND 6QARE
ILZZJ?- PIANO-FORTES ' .
... fcl.W laaaamtadtd by lb Bt ProftSSOrt aad
Musical Amateurs of the country, and--' . .
EVERY ' . . M
"B1"rWAiuUNTED FOB' A
- , . .i , eprvB TEARS.
- Tke. moet fasikUoa eatomr may raly spos being
'tt&ZS'.'tt; n- Wat . EN ABB A CO.
BBLTZER A WEBSTER, Age" ' .
oclSBilydw.i i Ooiumbsa, Ohio.
A T 40 CENTS V 1 rtiim e, n r
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