The Ohio Statesman
TUURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 7, 1861
Tue Adams Express Company plaoee us dally
under obligations to It for the very latest papors
I roin the eastern ciueib. . . i
The American Express Company has onr
thanks for its dally favors In tho shape of the
ory latest eastern papers.
The Westminster Reviiw, The American
publishers, Leonard Soott & Co., New York
have issued the January number of the Wett
mintter Hniew. Its contents are as usual, in
teresting and varied, and embrace the following
tonics: 1. Ancient Danish Ballads. 3. Alco
hol: What becomes of it in the living body. 3,
Canada. '4. , Ilible Infallibility: Evangelical
Defenders of (be Faith. 6. The Neopolltan and
Roman Questions. 6. American Slavery: The
Impending Crisis. 7. Cavour and Garibaldi
8. Dante nnd his English Transactions. 9,
Contemporaneous Literature, (embracing tblr-
ty-slx pages of choice literary miscellany ;
The -, WeilmlniUt is the representative, In
religion', philosophy and politics, of the radical
mind in Creat Britain, and as such cannot fail
to deeply intcreet Intelligent and thinking Amer
icans.' Whether we coincide or not with the
views presented la its paves, it cannot fail to be
highly entertaining and instructive to mark the
various phases of what is claimed as progres
sive thought la the mother country.
For ourselves we confess to a strong partiali
ty for this Bevlew, notwithstanding the many
doctrines it advocates, from which we feel com
pelled to dissent. Still so much do we love In
dependence and freedom of thought, and so
much do we admire the boldness of expression
In the writers for the Wtttmintttr, and their ap
parent williagueis to ' follow out the doctrines
they advocate, to their logical sequences, that
we always bail the appearance of a new number
with the anticipation of a rich intellectual feast.
The present number, more than answers onr
most sanguine expectations.' J '
The price of the Wtttminttcr is three dollars
a year; with Bhckuwd't Magazine, fire dollars-
HT A mother sorely afilloted about her daugh
ter, who, after being shut up in school all day
brings home an armful of books which she is
expeoted to study lu the evening, offers a sog
gestlon for the relief of her child and other
children whom the schools are killing. She pro.
poses that the lessons should all be learned In
school One day and recited the next. Something
must be done for the children, or the next gen
oration will have no back bone at all; and if the
-above suggestion be not available, let some
thing clue be tried.
"The Ohio Educational Momhly" for Feb
ruary, being the first number of a new volume,
has just been Issued by the publishers, F. W,
Hustt Sc Co., of this city. The price Is only
one dollar a year, and teachers and parents
should renew or commence their subscriptions
with this number. They will Hod this "Month
ly" a valuable auxiliary in their labors for the
mental and moral improvement of the children
entrusted to their ore.
Novo Esoeacu. Eboracum was the name
given by the Romans who conquered Britain, to
the city which Is now called York.1 It was a
place of renown even In that early day, for two
Roman Emperors held their court there, and
there Constat tine the Great was born.' New
York being named after this ancient city, is cal
led in Latin Novum Eboracum.
0An old Connecticut parson, whose pe
culiarities of 'peaching wero proverbial, and
who was blessed with a temper of great value,
was ono daj '.told by a parishioner that he didn't
like bis sermons. "Well," said the old man,
"I don't wonder at it. I don't like 'em my
self.'! ; ' '. .' ; 1
HTSeveral young Misses In a Northern vil
lave being absent: from school for an hour or
two In the morning, presented the following
excuse a la Hiawatha :
Should 3r0g.uk as whence this lateness . ,
Whence this lateness Say by day,
We should answer, e should tell you,
' Ttoie bug snow drifts blocked our way. .
,C7"A call Is published for a Union Convention
of citizens' of Lawrence, Scioto, Galli and
Melga counties, Ohio, of Greenup, Mason,
Boyd, Carter aud Lawrence, Kentucky, and of
Wayne, Cabell and Mason, Virginia, to be
held at Catlettsburg, Kentucky, on the 22J Inst.
UTThe Woodafield, Monroe County, Spirit of
Democracy, says that the Duck Creek oil wells,
have created a great deal of exoltement in that
part of the State. Men are making fortunes
la a very little time. One well, it is said, aver
ages one hundred barrels of oil per day.
HTSir Waltie Scott once gave an Irishman
a shilling, when a sixpence would have sufficed.
"Remember; Pat, said Sir Walter, yoa owe
me a s.ixpenoe " "May your honor live till I
pays you," was the reply. ' '
, i-.nl-i is, .'
IDTO. B. HArrtKSEiT has disposed of his In
terest in ' the Urbana Frtt Prtu to his former
partner, WtA- SAMrsoN, under whose supervi
sion the paper will hereafter be conducted. ,
ICT Mayor Teenando Wood's bride Is Said
to be Just one third as old as her leige lord.
He ntsjuet attained his fifty-first year, . and his
wife is sweet seventeen. - .. , , , .
- i 1 1 1 1
CTIu Rowan County, N. C, last week, two
little boys, four and five years old, were butted
to death by. a vicious goat, which they had bees
annoying. ; .-!! .-' . ' i '
- .; ...
A Qoirv The Northern papers seem dlspo
ud tn make saint of Milor Anderson. Should
- he not be first eanntniud here? CharletU
tCT Why Is the American Republlo ' like a
child learning to walk?,' Because. yon mutt
stand by U or it will fall -
BTA ehap advertises In anEastern paper for
a"neat and obliging young woman" to assume
the duties of his household.":' '''.':)'
DTSlanderi Issuing from beautiful lips, are
like spiders crawling from the blushing heart
of a rose. . -
HTWho first Introduced salted provisions
into the navy? Noah, for he took Ham into
theark.i, .;.- , .r ;.. -; -,.ro
- i . . ' - i
UTThere are twenty-three ' oases ' of small
pox In the Commercial Hospital at Cincinnattl
JBETThe Cattle Disease cost Massaohusett
over two hundred thousand dollars. ,
ID , When Is plant more to be dreaded than
a e4dogt When It Is madder. '
Who Said bo 7 You say your family are well
and that you were never better, In Jour lire
Bow long wiR this ccsUsss! ,Be prpssdfor
reverse; and take home a bottle of Gumsey
Balm. It will ooot yoo 85 oeoU. -
Rail Road Time Table.
Littui Mum at OsLOMsosfc Xaik R. E.
j Leaves. Arrives.
; AocdmmodUon....... S.10 A. H. 9.1.1 P. H.
' No. SB 2.30P.M. S 30 P.M.
Might Expr 2.43 A.M. 2.43 A.M.
OuVILaXn, OOLCHBOS at ClKCHOUTI E. R. ' '
Express and Mall S.OO P. M. . 1.40 P.M.
' Night Express 3;i A. M. 1:30 A.M.
OuctoalObio B. II.
Express Train 3.00 A. M 9.30 A. M.
Hall Train 8.40 P. M. '20 P. M.
PirrsicaaB, Ooujmsos fc CmmHUiTt B. R.
1 Express Train 3:00A.M. 9.30 P.M.
AUllTraln S.iuP.M. 8:20P.M.
Ooinmos t iHDUHirousB. R.
lOolumbut, vlqua Indiana a. h.j
Expr Train... 8:10A.M.
11:10 A. M
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the "Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0., and speaks
volumes in favor of that world-renowned medlolne, Maa
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. will attend to the
P0STI5Q AND DISTBIBTJTINQ .
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All orders left at the Offlco of the Statesman will be
promptly attended to. . r , ,. , , Janll-tf ,
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VJ and uamin eur nw make of ,.
manufactured by I. HOWARD it CO., Boston, Mass.'
The Watches ar far superior to anything ever offered
to the puono, neretorore. staving tne exolusive agency,
I can ll them at price to suit th time. I hav j ust
raeoivedalerg Stock of ' ,-. - ,- ,.
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manofactnred by APPLETON, TEiOY, k. 00 ; alto, a
fine assortment of
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
-,' -In Sold and Silver Cases, at Panlo prices.
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X a Staple Article, will furnish employment to
a few activ men to act aa agent fo their house. A
preferrao win 0 given to most wno ar well acquaints
ea in tneoisinoiierwnicuiueyappij.i i t
for which services they are willing to pay a salary
affront - i ...
$600 to $800 per year,
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lor th INSTAin EILIII
' and PIRMAHINT CUES otto.
, distressing complaint as i,
Mad by 0. S. BBTMOTJB t 00., 107 rTaawa -0tH f. T.
' 4 lrrlotlpboxi sent fr by post. , . ,
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(I4th of PhW Jsmbllsrmwnt, If. T-fl Foprlrtore
i U Hew York Iahiooaaia n.i. nmiina-
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REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6.
presented a memorial from tha tmooitlnc
merchants and others, of ths city of Mew Tork. sgalnit
ADoiuning ine warenouilnn tystem.
Mr. Pearco reported (he deficiency bill, with the Houio
menumenis, ana recommondea the senate to lcsist on
these amendments, and asked to annolnt a couimlttee
uonierenee. Agreed to.
Mr. Crittenden nreaented a netillon from the olllsens
of Massachusetts, in favor ot tha Crittenden oompromlso
Mr. Ten Evck nrMAnii.fi Mtltlnna from tha eltlzena of
'iiuaaeipuia, ailing congress to suna py me uonsutu
Mr. Wilson from the committee on military affairs, re
ported a bill for the better organisation of the militia of
mo vuirioi or uolumbla. Latd over.
Messrs. Dixon And ninUv nrniAntednetltiona In favor
of the Crittenden resolutions. On ot the petitions was
from a fire company In Lancaster, Pa-, organized before
the adoption of the Constitution, and printed on a large
American nag. i. .
' Mr. Douilas moved to reconsider the rote on the
passage or the bill organising the Territory ol Colo
rado. , .. ....
A longdlieurslon ensued and the motion was rejected.
Tho President' m.,,... i.m nn. And Mr. Jnhninrt
flnlihed his speech. lie contended that the reign of ter
ror existed in the seceding States.
Be did not believe that Tennessee was going to be
lABuaa io me car of Hnuth uarallnA. lla thnuvnE avan
if the Convention of Tennessee passed such an ordinance,
ii wouia nave to take the people out of the Union at the
point of the bayonet. The Union was not gone; it was
.in in eiisicnce.
If the old flag was struck to tueduit, he wanted a no
muro gionous winding sneettnan mat same nag; no bt
ter grave than to lie with the Union.
Mr. Poster presented a petition numerously signed In
u.urui uio soruer Biate pian. ' -
Mr. Cameron presented petitions in favor of the Con
stitution and enforcement of the laws.
Mr. Pessenden presented petitions from citizens of
name, praying that something may be done to save the
A committee of Conference was appointed pn the dis
agreeing amendmenta to tha dellcleucv bill.
Mr. Wlgfall got the Soor, after which the Senate went
uwoxeouuve session, Adjourned. ,. , ..
WASHINGTON, Feb. 6. HOUSE.
Mr. Nixon Introduced a memorial of 1,500 citizens of Now
Jersey, aaking tho adoption of the Orltteoden resolutions.
He was satisfied that a large majority ot the people of
iui main oesire uongress to act speedily on them.
The Senate amendment to tha lnan hill vil tAlcnn un
Mr. Phelps advocated a concurrence in th amendment
to repeal the act of Jnne. ItHiO. authorizing a loan anil
providing for tha redemption of Treasury notes.
Mr. Sherman mnlltul ttint. If It wnanfrAl tr. KmnM
be no security for returning the Treasury notes suthor-
iww oy uie aot or Voeeuber. lie trusted that the next
Administration would never come here with a Iran hill
in time of peace. The expenses should never be allowed
to exceed the revenue. - i
The amendment was rejected, 59 against 101 .
A conference committee on tha nut of tha fienata wi
asked. ..... , , . .
Mr. Colfax called no tha hill tn aninAnd lha mall
VT'ce In seceding States, which, afier debate, wat pass
ed, 121 against 20.
, Various amendments for the settlement ot the existing
crisis were presented.
i no consideration of the report of the Committee of
31 was resumed. .
Mr. Humphrey could not negotiate with traitors, nor
the government compound with traitors; bat to the loyal
States then Was no rational di-mand. ha would liens
consistent with honor aod prinoiplo. Let Lincoln be in
augurated, then Congress could address themselves to
Mr. Harris, nr 'fa' wn. th. ni An fiAW. klosiil tn rv
aadshatUredultlsk The ootton State are gone but
ine tteOUbllCAna h lUmln. fn.aranl IIWa man anri van.lar.
Ingjustlceto the South can prevent a further rupture
Until the border Statta. htiflrm And conclllAtor conns.
can adjust with them, all pending difficulties; this done,
u sum wouiu return and the Union Indus more per
manent basis than ever. .
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7.
Ths House oroceeded to the consideration of tha kill or
ganising the Patent oUlce, and amending patent laws
ARRIVAL OF THE ANGLO SAXON.
PoaTLaKn. Feb. 6. The steamihlo Anslo-Saxrin. from
Liverpool, S4tk of January, via Londonderry, Ujth, ar
rived to-night. , . .
The north American and Kannroo arrired out on lha
Tb Ira sailed for New -Tork with 50.000 In suede.
The New York would leav Southampton c n th SCth.
aaiaT BaiTraix. It waa expected that th Indian
fir per cent lean of 300.000 will not b delayed be
yond th Sdth.
-nc. me proceedings or tn senate ana corps
iegisiaua juiv oeen oraercuana ciaceuat tne a tooaal
each Journal every evening. France Is said to be
making ex'raordlnary military and naval preparation.
xn excuse is tn menacing attituu or utrmany
toward De&mark and the speech f tb King ot frua-
The Bourse waa steady at C7f 4Sc. ' 1 '
Itslt. The Batteries at flaeta unexTKCtedlT ooened
on the morning of the Siil, a heavy tire against the Sar
diniaua. Th latter promptly replied and compelled the
place to remain, silent, aud th beieigers continued to
Bre. - , ,
Fourteen vesnels were before Oaetaat noon, an tha
S3d, and tho fleet got into line. -
Tn eanunlans were actively eni-ud In ereetln new
batterie. Saniinian troops had beon despatched to Ab-
ruier and Calabria, where reactionary movemeut war
uarinaiai oalis tor fresh donations to procure the ne-
cwaary mean for faclliuting to Victor Kaanuel th en
franchlaement of the rest of Italy.
ini viaiience eommme la nnrea to nenatrate every
Italian with the id that In th spring Italy must have a
million patriots under srms.
liuiaURX. rue Minister of Marin haal ordered the
equipment of SS Steamers and th reserve corps of sailors,
oruer to uaemme oy me vist ot juarcn.
A committee naa been appointed to nurchase sun
boat. - i . . i
An Influential meeting had been held at Manchester to
devise measures to relieve the cotton trade anxiety, re
sulting from dependence upon the Southern Status of the
umua state ...
Resolutions were raised recommending efforts com
mensurate with the danger, and approving the atep
taken for th formation of a cotton sunolv oomDnnv.
oaverai American yesssis naa mistered at Liverpool
under tn uruun nag, to enable them to earrry salt to
bouth Carolina and return with cotton, without fear ef
uenerai Tnrr naa returned to Turin rrom a Tint to
Garibaldi. lie reported that tb latur bad lent a me-
eag or conciliation to Cavout, and had given up hi at
tack on Vanilla, inexpedient. -
Anotner version says, uannaidi declines to adluorn
the work of deliverance, unless Parliament relieves him
solemn . .
LATEST VIA LONDONDERRY.
, Th Post Paris correspondent' says th opinion rains
ground that th terms Indicated by th friend of Gari
baldi ratn.r give new guarantees 0r th peace of the world
loan una to aistuo it. . -
Immense activity exist at th Foulon arsenal, as If th
Government intend to send 34 shins to sen. toe-etherwlth
20 steel olad frigates. -.
BaaaoBAt, Ue. 7. Lord Eleln and Sir Hon Grant
uave iit ror japan, xn tteneis are axioms xround.
Uatxx, Dec 31. The ship Qeroulean waa totally lost
i tn jiu oi svemDer. at rani ueadr crew
saved. ' . i -.- -
Pari. Thnrsdsy. Bours Arm at 80.55 '
Nana, Jan. St. Th nowder maa-aiina exploded In
the Sardinian camp yesterdty. kllllnx SO. - -
inenreonuaeiawMVUorou. nut siowivreol ed to
oy in oesiegea. . . r ---
rsxTB. Jan. M. iu jcmneror announce that a n-
eral amnesty aball b proclaimed, when th question of
sequestration ot tne property ot refugee l tattled.
'LiTiRPoot, Jan. 84. Messrs. B. 8. s Co.. and W,
N.St Co., report Flour dull and deolined 0 d; tales of
Western at S9s and d. Wheat dull; all qualities have
slightly declined and holders pressing their stocks on the
market, there was a still declining tendenc on ll arti
cle wnen tne market oiosed. BMfdull. fork Inactive.
Baoon quiet. Lard steady at 6S3G0. Tallow oiosed
quiet but Meady. Sugar, steady. - Oofle dull. Rio
steady; sale new Carolina Sis and 6J. Ashes Pots
steady at SB and 8d; Pearls steady at 30s. Kosin firm:
Spirits turpentine steady . - . . . . ,,. . , -
, Lokdox, Jan. S3. Meat all qualltle (lightly declin
ed. Sugar eUady. OoBe firm.- Tea generally un
changed. Linseed Oil steady at S8s. Od Money market
generally uncnangea. ill. u. Jt. ..34i, discount,
ilrle 27(828. M. Y. 0. 735E75.
LoxnoM.Jan. 85. Consuls eloted at 91X50l;i i3tb
moLcy ana acct. . .. t . j, ,. i
Arrival of the Steamer Marion from Charleston.
'NtwYoRK, Feb. fl. The iteimar Marlon from Char
leston, arrived to -aay. Among the paaaengere are twen
ty wives of soldiers of Fort Bumpter and 17 children,
who.sufferod very severity from sea tlcknest during the
trip. They represent the garrison at Fort tumpter, as
a excellent neuiin, not a smgi soiuier being on the
sick list. The atrongast Union (entlment prevaded th
company, and tliey looked forward to an attack with
conBdono in tnelr strength, and ability to repeal an at
saurc. - - -
There ar seven ty-Uve soldiers and thirty laborers, all
ol whom ar aow busy in mounting hoavy columblads on
th rampart, ana in tn fortress yam. The majority of
thaanldlera are of foreirn hlrth. ahoat half nf lham ha.
lag iritn, ana a larg number German. The garrison is
now supplied uauy wiiu iresn meats ana provisions or an
kind from Charleston, although only enough is bronght
in foreaeh dty nee.
Th supply or talted meat and camp rations is ample
for a long aeige- No reinforcement had been received
when th station rett. aod from cunt. A taint statement
it would appear that great difficult! would be met in!
entering the harbor at Charleston with reinforcement r
The Charles ton volunteers ar drllllne? dally, and the.
With th aid of laborers, are vlaclng Fort Moultrie and
th other forts In the harbor in the best state of defense.
There are about 3,000 soldiers now In th entrenchments.
and their number 1 oonstantly augmented by arrivals
iv.. I..1.-1... iv... a.-,- '
I It I represented that whatever work I don, In ihe
way of rendering Fort Moultrie eanabl of renelllni at-
tack, that ah cannot b mad to command fort Bumpter
in any evnt, gr op am to aamag mat ion by her can-
nonaavi -- -, i- -. r-i-uv t i
Th wives and children will leav th Marlon at 4
o'olock thu afternoon, on their way to Fort Hamilton,
wheie they will remain th remainder of tha winter.
Thsy ar In good spirit, and eni to think that their
husband ar perfectly aa is shelf present situation;
- ' i ' at ii -1 t
gT. torus, Feb. B. TwO hundred and flflv troona from
Newport Ky., 100 from FortUlley, Kansas, arrived her
t-aay, aeatinca to tneu. D. -Arsenal lathUoltyr The
latter oomoany It nndr th command of Cant. Y.wn
who ha been appointed eommandenl f the Arsenal,
wi- uajor Bmn r --
. Thtr an new between 500 and BOO troop at the Arse
nal -. ' ; : ,
Niw York, Feb, 7. Ornydon, MoOready k Co., dry
nyltnhhara kav ausoandad. Llajollltiea alOO.OUO.
Strong Anarianc . in in nam pusuess, have
suspenaea witn anout tn nun iiaouKiee. . a larg din
Washington News and Gossip.
WitnmoTOX. Peb. 6. Th President's eanra In rela
tion to the proposition ef liars, is similar to that of th
former commissions "that he had no authority to treat for
either the disposition of forts or other publio propeity."
It 1 his duty to defend them to the best of his ability, and
the oosequenoes must fall on tho who attack them.
Ilavn will now return to Carolina. . .
1 Mr. Oorwln awaits th astion of the Peace Conference
before preealng lor a vote on hi proposition a raporta
t-om the Commute of 33. -'... ,
I It is reported that the Minnesota delegation In Con-1
Sreas, hav advised tb Governor of their State to send
ommisiioners to the Convention here.
The Indiana Commissioners are understood to teuni.
ted against compromise.
: Washington. Ieb.7. The Artillery Company, latelv
at Augusta, arrived here this morning.
They are quartered In the south wing of the Treasury
building, owing to difficulty of proourlng accommoda
tion elsewhere. ,
Gov. Letcher Is among the lakst arrivals. , ' :
Destitution in Kansas.
Atchison. Peb. 7. Mr. W. W. Jeromo. of lrvlnv.
Marshall oounty, eighty miles from Atchison, says that
the cattle and hogs in his neigntiornooa, are ictuslly
starving. The inhabitant are nearly destitute of rood
and must perish, unless relief Is speedily afforded them.
Tha deiperatlon of despair is seising upon them. Their
team are going out and are too week to make their way
inrougo tin snow, come nave own tour week la try
log to get from th Hepablloan fork to Atchison, and
hav turned back disheartened. .
Th DODUlation of Msrihall oounty Is about three
thousand. --'; .-- t
Mr. Jerome haa harried to Atchison, with all' nosilbl
dispatch, fearing that th people upon the Little Ulu
will suffer from hunger before he can get back with sup
Th condition of th roads In that region are now so
tnd that only about 10 mile a oay can be travelled.
Union Meeting in St. Louis.
8t. Locm. Peb. 6. Th cltliens' meetln of nnennSI.
tlenal Union men, eonvaned again at th Verandah Hall
this afternoon, narsuant to adjournment, to reoeiva tha
report of the committee of SI, appointed at the previous
Th following-list of ntmeswaa presented by the com
mittee, ae delegate to the Stat Convention, tnd nnaa.
imously adopted: 11. R. Gamble, M. L. Linton, John
Huwe, Uriel WVikU, Qeo. U. Taylor, Jas. O.Uioadhead,
Pant Long, Perd Mercer, Henry llitohooek. Turner Mad
dox, Isedore Bnrcht Solomon Smith, Wat, 8. Cuddy,
Hudson E. Bridge, and J. H. Shacklefoida
Tha meeting was numerouslr attended and aari
strong Union speeches made, - which were unanimously
applauded. Among the speakerawas P. P. Blair, Jr.,
who cordially approved the ticket, and urged ail Union
loving men to support it.
The Peace Congress.
Wasiiinoton, Peb. 8. In the Peace Congress to-day,
resolution was lntreduced Dronosinir to nndni ih
proceedings with open doors. It was earnestly dobated.
The result waa a restriction unon lha nn.mi.,u..n
from communicating their doings to oulside parties, -
The Commissioners are socially harmonins, bnt asytt
have discussed no measure looking to political results. -A
number of Republican members of the New Jeney
legislature, are here urging their representative not to
agree to any compromise which will compromise their
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Feb. 7.
VLOBR receipts 8121 lihls. markatbaav and Sc Invar.
sales 10,000 bblf at 5 11X35 15 for superfine State; 5 80
-ueir maie; a iu common to medium extra western;
55S5ti0 inferior to good ahlDnlna-hranda. axtra Rnnnri
Hoop Ohio; Cana-Iian flour dull and drooping, sales are
1,250 bbls. 5 503725.
KYK FL0U&--steady: 3401 15 for common la elml
WHEAT receipt ,607 bush, marketdulland slightly
favor buyers; sales SO 000 bush. 1 H delivered; choice
Northwestern club; 1 25 amber Iowa; 1 33 in store for
choice winter red Western; 1 45 1 50 for white West
ern. , .
BARLBY dull at tt8360o.
CORN receipts none. Market heavy and lo lower;
sales 38,000 bushels at fl()67o for old mi led Western to
store and delivered; 62$G5 for new do.
OATS more active at 3535ia for Western, Canadi
an, and Suite.
POKK dull and nominal at 917 75 for mess, aud I3
CUT MKATS dull.
L -RD dull and hoary; sales 50 bblsntfUOlOJio.
BUTIIR in fair request, at 10314c for Ohio, and 14
19c for State.
OHEE9B steady at 010Xc.
WHISKY firm, with fair demand; sales COO bbls at
BTOCKS-lrregular and dull; money plenty and dull;
5 to 7 per eent. on call.'.S to 9 per cent, forehort, first
class paper; Sterling Exchange quiet; 105 to 108 hankers
bills: Chicago and Rock Island 50; Illinois Central Scrip
77; Illl Cen. bonds vu Mien. Sonthren quoted 3-2; Me.
55; N. Y. 0. 70-openlng extra dividend; Harlem 10;
do preferred 39 ; Pae. Mail e3; 0. B. and Q.69W;
Hod. 43 K I O.and T. 39,; Oa. and Ohio 70; 0.0.
and 0.94; Beading 43; III. 0. full stock 80; Venn. 80;
Lacrosse gaants, 17; Mo. 6's 0X; Tenn. 71: New York
Cen-7'slUl;N. Y. and N. H. loads 60. Cotton dull
sod nominally unchanged. No sales.
TLOUR there was a better feeling as to Flour a
mongst most of the dealers, bnt it brought about no
change in prices, nor did It result In any material lr-
creve in actual transadlons,
WHEAT also seems to be fsvorablv affecteil ami 1
03 was more easily had for red, though the demand con.
tinues of about the same character a heretofore noticed.
prim whit naa a rair, but not pressing, enquia; w.
CORN on the ear remains at 35j. but shelled haa dm.
ged so heavily that concessions have been made, and it is
now actually no higher than ear.
u atb are still quotea at Wo, bnt It is bard to a-et any
et even at that price. Receipt are nary light.
VAKLBXdrags at anything overTOo.
, RYB Is quiet at 603)010. - .
WHISKY is very quiet at 14c.
Cincinnati Market. Cin. Com., Feb. 7.
FLOUR- little doing . - "ales are all small and Include
red wheat double extra at 95,30, and 5u bbls white do at
whk AT lower. Bales of 1 car red on track at 11.-
07, and lde it $1,08
CORN quiet at joo.
OATS dull at .4o. .
H008 unehenged and selling at 1630,30.-
11IOHWINKS sales of 73 bbls at ISc. J
BAMS sales of 800 bbls city cured at 10c.
BUTTER sale of S bbls at lie
KOOS sales of S bbls at 12o.
CHEESE light sales of W. B. atOo.
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN:
HAVING A CIRCULATION
LiEOEB BT KEYERlL THOUSANDS '
Than any other paptr In Ohio, outaido of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for. Advertising
Which CAJR.QT IAH, to fcrSag J. , ;
SpoeUr and Remnneratlve Itetnrns
To those who lake advantage ef thea7 "
THE WEEKLY BTATE9MAN.
Distributed at It It through every Post Office in Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Headers
Whose patronage Is valuable, and who seldom the
Daily Editions of city journals! and as only
A Limited Bomber of Advertisements
Ar Inserted tn Its columns, Ippoprlatoly and
HANDSOMELY DISMAYED I
a' : f: rim caivifM raa e ? f $t " f
A r T
Advertising In tha WEEKLY STATESMAN will Bn
. It tdvtnUgoat In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which la almost certain to follow an extensive diasemin
atlon of a knowledge of Uiclr business ,, . ..,
AMONG COUNXBT DEAIEBS !
" ADVEatlPEMENTS INTENDED FOB ' "'T
Tho "Weeklv Statesman
Should be handed In before Frl Jay noon ."
-..m xrxn nanvptt : ;'.! u-,
C FliEMOH KID QI.0VK8, - vi;3 -
.. JrALflUU JiiUuuUVAa . .,,.
M Mhts ner toalr. same aasold el.ewbam ...
, N. 90 South High strott. -
PAKIJt CLOAKS AND PALETOTS.
Made In tb most ityHth tad trepan, manner. A
Bwinvolcjustopndky lfllTBB BAIN, ,
deo.n. , n'aontn nigh street. -
IAIN-AIX WOOIi DB LAtlfEsVoN-
A ly- 85 cent a yard. . Uleh fancy Bilk at tu cent
;it: '.- pETKR BAIN,'' .'
. T'- Ko. SO Bouth High Btreet.
WINTER l)el,A IN ER, ""-' ' 1
WINTER DeLAISiHS, ,,.i t ;
WINTER DeLAINEfl.. . p
Ke itylet and very cheap at B AIR'S
nova.. i - no, ct nnnin Htgn street.
'PVEMNO lKK8SHAIOSS, ELKUANT
Gold Embossed Tarlatan, the latrat novelty. Plain
.White -SSd 0!c! TarlatanM Whlks tjajri, Mn.llo Oran-
1 itliiDt jveolna Kobm; Plain parly lllk. .
I - - PCTERBAIN
' detji Ro. St Bonth High street
, ai l T 5 1 i
If tKi A IT S. f f O
f IM - ft iJt WW W
. 1 NEW STORE.
From and after this date wo shall
REDUCE THE FRIGE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
.TWENTY FIVE PER CENT
IN Or.DKX TO MAKE ROOM FOR OU.
Our assortment is still ! good,
and it is known to every "
one that our
- . . ... v .
S "I? O O SSL
FIRST CLASS . GOODS.
: WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
RO DO NOT FORGET THE
v ' v' CHEAP STORE 0?
KITAPP , & OO,,
(Illl o .
and SO Taste of
' b .'
Tons of Feather
E. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Front Street, Between State) and Town.
npiIK OI CARKIA6B
A. SHOP natlll rnnning, tnd althous-h I
th pressor of I at year bat sat heavily
upon her running gears, she Is still turn--
tig out those splendid fHTON8, KOCKAWAT8, snd
PRINOB AI.tlURT'S SIUFTING TOPS and NO-TOP
BUGQIKS, OAKRIAORa, KXPRfcSS, 8KKLETON,
DEMOCRAT and GKOCKRI WAGONS, SMALL OMNI
BUSKS and HACKS. Twenty year steady manufac
turing haa given our work a wide-sperad reputation
through the South and West.-
W therefor dm It onneoesaary to say any thing more
In regard to th quality of our work. We WAaaiirr
ivcty Vsiiict. W can tell soon Tor Buaens from
ll!S to t'IM.
Dealer oan b fbrnlshcd with any amount of work at
short notice, and at price lower than can be bongbt any
where in the West- Second hand Buggies takan la tx
change for new work.
JO'Repairtng done neatly and at short notlcei Fo
tory on Front, between Stat and Town street, Colum
itpAll communications will receive prompt attention,
Aug. 31-wly t. M. WILLIAAIS St CO
A. lavxviv x .
100 Pearl Street.' ;"
ROSEWOOD,. ITtAIIOU ANY. AJVD
Black-Walnut Board and Plank of yaxtoo thick'
ness; Mahogany and Bowwood Log) Mahogany ate
Bosewood veneers; Zebra wood Veneers; Black-Walnut
and Oak Crotch Veneers; Line-mottled Mahogany; Walnut
and Oak Veneers; also, plain Veneers, at 4a. per foot,
for yrame-maier; rtano ana uaoinet aioniuingt; tiso,
Mahogany and Walnut Bannister and Newells, all else
and pattern; Mahogany Uand-rail Stuff for Btair-bulld-
ers; Bpantsu ueaarioruigar Boxes; cut ana tawed Back
ing for Picture and Looklng-glaa Frames. Also,
u inch Poplar, in large quantities; Lignum Viti,well
assorted for Block-makers and Ten-pin Balls; also, cut
Walnut, aianogxny ana Jiosewooa Veneers
Ilavlng built a Bedstead yaotory adjoining my Mahog
any Saw mill, which it now la operation, I would ra
speciruiiy invita tee trade ta can and examine my as
sortment of Bedsteads, which I offer for sale at low rules
and warranted a good article. .
Jj31-wflm 100 Pearl street, Cincinnati, Ohio.,
Wholesale and Kctall Dealer In '," r
foreign & Domestic'; Cigars,
' m USt BRallDS ' ' ' j' '' . '
Smoking & Chewing Tobacco.'
Alio, the best quality or SITOFFS constantly
" li "" ' 00 MM- ' '
HjOountry Merchants are Invited to eall before put
chulng elsewhere "ifiiila ; ,7
NO. 4 EAST THiaD STREETi.
'' Bet. Uainaad lycamor, I ' ;
IEIrtOVES 'AND'1 PHBVENTS I IV
V, flammation and pain, and healt th worst burn,
scald, bruise, cut, or froth wound of any kind, prevents
swelling aud pala front be iting, mwaiulto bite) and
poisonous plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, agu in the
breast, suit rheum, elo. When takwn tntarnally, it will
positively cttre oroup In children, and gtv liuaxdiat
Mlieflnths woratease of thlt terrible cnmplsint: also.
removes hoarseness and son throat.- Price, US cent a
bottle, should be in (very house. For sale by Drug
gists and Storekeepers. IEVIN IS TON I, ,
- - Sol Proprietor, No. t Spruce tt., New V'ork
io,tJfcwlyl.4 t f r
T-v II. TAFT' nil npirioVED" ttlh
iJt stock of DUY GOODS rrom Ma. 151 Bonth High
street.. to ni- oia smna, no. a nortn nun street, in
thompson's Building, wher h will be pleased Io tee all
"" TT-'r" ,.,v
he will sell tncmci eao goods.
A lane tot of OAHPETA on hand, which will b Sold
at cut. for cash, to oiose ine stock. - -u
V IT. T ATT,
Janlf.dUa-. Corner High tnd Otrtbj.tOvlambiis.Ov.
. V.'i n.a ..Imll ., ..I .i I rv
GranvilU Ohio, Female -Academy
rrnH stUIXo ani kcimneA. es
'A tlon will commence February 7th, 1HC1. This
n of th beet Institutions for tb thorough and fart-
tlan education of our daughter, at a reasonable ooat.
! Address W . KBB, Principal.
, - OranvillB, Ohio,
t-- Refer to Ool. 0. W. Miirtraiocr.'' '
j janS dlwav3w ;, Hon. A.,,1. VxajtUA, lenata. ,
MCKEE At RESTIEAEX
Butesmsn Building, haxa-iii-a.rtlalt of Hun.
ySynap, Wtaaealaskl aUtaiU..i... dad 31. i
' i a- ..'in i il la lirrm; al mi a Mi
Tddo Tea (Japan,) --
For Sale by
Bfisi Co1tflL Medicine in tWyioMl
Great . , emetyrof -the,. Age.!
A a , j. .i i ay -
PULMONIC CHERRYi CORDIAL
j for thk snipy oNo cibtain cork or
Coughs, Colds, Throat Dlseasofl, HoareenesSi
j Oroup,' Bronchitis, 'Asthma, Eitly Stage
i - '- 1 . '
j Consumption! Spitting Blood, Night
Swentf, rererlsh doiirjitlon, ie.-
J- "J - K ii ' nf'.i 't ,.'.'uit'i
. Of the great remedies whbh Dr. Aram (of th
and Lung Institute, 30 West Fourth Btreat, Cincinnati,
has offered to tho publio, there 1 non which haa given
such universal satitfasiioa in hi praotlc as the "Svu
Momc Cintiiav ConntaL." - w--- -
lit poMettct the noat: extraordinary power, and
among th points ofmaikM snrriorlty of this favorite
remefly are these:., ' , " '-' " ,- J , .
C7It contalna no deleterious eub.
(tance whatever. - -i ; -. 1 '-' '
jlCPTbe effect le prompt and perina
lO'Aeo-cnre or preventative of ''
33 TPT1233B.; X JOL',
It baa no rquala. None who hare
ever used It have been attacked.
CALL FOR THIS LSO TAZE NO OTHEB.
. '- ; !! ii ap-'f t". t- y"j ..
Do not Confonnd It with any other ' prepara
tion pnt up by any person of similar name.
b h:'h-'t-h' h t t t t h
This Cough Cordial has been thoroughly tested (hour
aadtof times, and in no easebat it ever failed!
Bear in mind that this Cherry Cordial la" the prapart-
tldn ot a regularly educated Practlolng Phyiicuo, a
point not to be lightly estimated by those who require a
sterling me dicio.: . . . r , ,
0o.' W.' Rice, Fin., of Cincinnati, certifies to a re.
markablc cure of Asthma, the patient beina- hla a-ifc.
xue remcuy inecoruiai . . . i
John II. Deters,' Esn.', "of Cincinnati, teilldas to n re
markable cure of chrcnic throat disease by meant of thlt
great remedy.- - -
Uev. Dr. J. F.' Chalfant. Prealdinr Klder. Ml: H
Church, Dayton District) sets: -"I eordlall reenm.
mend Dr. Ayer's wonderful preparation to Uios who
mty be suffering from chtonic catarrh or diseases of ths
inroat ana bungs." .
Solomon Adams (of th well known Imnortlnir Drv
vootis xiuuflo.iiuKiics, aiumi s vo.,j t;incinnatl, says:
ucarmy commcnu ur. yer a uoraiai aa iu.tlv da.
serviog the icelebrlty It hat attained-"
Chat, ilnnroe, Esq., Cincinnati, says: 'l cheerfully
express my fullest confluence in Dr. Ayer's medicine.
8. R. Bates. Esq.. writ form Fifth Avenna Tfnt.l
New York: "X shall always recommend my friends to the
use of yonr Cordial, feeling, that it has effected what
some or the most eminent physician In Sew York and
Cincinnati failed to accomplish, via: the cure of Sir.
Bat' Throat." - - - ; .
T. J. Emerson, Etq.I Professor of Vocal Music. Cin-
claatL says. -All other remedies having failed to cure
or relieve my inroti, 1 use vt 1. W.Ayer l Cordial,
and am happy to say, it effected an entire and perfect
t ' . ; 'i i, . j . j
I. B. Eager, Constable, Cleveland, says: "With th
use of Dr. Ayer's Cordial Inexperienced lit umtidecided
relief, and hav no doubt of lit effecting a radical and
Rev. K. Q. Tucker, Brookvtll, Indiana, waa cured of
Consumption and testifies tn the strongest term to th
wuuunnuiciucacuj oi in eoraiau - . , - , . r
Rv. J. B. Allen. Pastor of tb Presbyterian Church,
li room I no o., cured or chronie bronohltla, aays: "lam
now able to use my vole as well a at any tim daring
my ujiuibm-j mu wiui noro cneci ana comtorx. ' Inow
rejoice that I applied toDr.Ayer." . s - , -..- -
Equally strong letter and testimonial from 8. J.
Burllson, Sopt. of Bridge, Cleveland: H. Ranncy,
Merchant; N. Sanford, Merchant; 0. A Van Slyke,
Steamboat builder, Buffalo; Col. Crump, Hannibal,
Mo. j 0. P. Johnson, Esq., City Attorney, tu Louis.
Rev. A. J. Kane, SprincrBcId, Ills; Moses Chess,
Esq. , Civil Bngineer, Pittsburgh; andbundrrdaof others
have been received. ; , . . , , ,
For sale In Cincinnati by , E. 8CANLAN At CO.,
W noiemie Agents, corner Fourth and Main btreeta.
! r i- .' ' v - BTJIRB, ECKSTEIN At CO.,-
- - Corner ot Fourth tnd Vine Btreeta.
Jlto, at Dr. A YSR'S Orlte. 30 Vat Wu
Cincinnati, and by DrurKlsu generally.
luraiiiDT in. ta. iiafllU aB Blia.NArin.Ra.tAAa.
nr of High and filch atreet. - -
from the New tork Observer A
At all parties manufaotnrlnw Bawlna HaahtMa
llged lopty Mr. Howe a llcens aoaach naohina a.M.
and ar a to oompelled to max returns so him, under
v,u.m w wjonuuuar-BVHi, uis nooa giv aearrotatt
ment. From this reliable source we hay obtained tb
following statistic. Of th machine mad tn to ysxr
mere were told, : , :.: . . ; ,v ,
By Wheeler at Wilson 81,305 '"
It I " I. M. Singer a Co...... 10.U53 - -
" 6royr Ja Baky........-...lo,xw
Showing the nlet of Wheeler aV Wilson to hs Atulu
wot oi any otner uompany.", , , ,
Awarded th hitht rmlum at tha
. .- v. United State Fair of 1858, lcVi. and 1SC0;
also at th .
, r- - Ohio Stat Fair of 1858 aad lfM,- a - ,
., and at nearly nil the County Fain in lha BtatA.' .
Onr D rice a. at tha lal reduction, nrm. at inm nn.
mk. Biaoinuo now aoio, aou nui a trine nignerthan
u uiwiiur raw Hrwa cruitf ttiot ouiCAln. f. now
forced upon the market.' I t .
Tha WHgELKR Ac WII.rtV MAflTTPSl! m.t ih.
toca Stioh the only one which cannot be raveled. It
It ALIKK O BOTH 8 1 DM Of the irooda. laavlna nr
cAaiU under. tidt.
given in ineir use. Tree ot enarie.
U. UHAtty.bl nigh St.. Columbus, 0.
, . WM. SUMNER At CO.,
dcc3 2awd3mfcwCca Pike's Opera Hout. Cinoinaatl.
CANADIAN & UNITED STATES MAIL
, TUAB fllOJl .,.
Liverppol, Montreal,. Quebec "
The Ucnlrcai Oceaa Steanuhln Coai-ian'a flnafViaaa
rull-rioweredOlvdewhnllt Htaamnra aali nyava- Kal.
xsrdar from PORTLAND, arryio(UM Canadian and
yniieu eiatea man ana passengers, - -
. H0VA8C0TIAN.i..Capt. MtUain)r i
BOHEMIAN Capl.Gr.ngu, .....
N0KT1I BKITON Oapt. Borland,
CANADIAN...... U.k.Capt. Graham,
NOKtn AMERICAN".. Oapt. Alton,
r ANULO-SAXON Capt. Balanttrie.r-' : ")
Shorteat, Cbapf anaquickcalCeua
vefance irenr --.-
AMEKICA XO AU. FAHI8 OX SBioPE..'
Wilt tail rrom LIVKRPOOX eyerf Wrdnetdav
anu irura vi..ibu wry e-raanrssiaw. nlllrigal
LONDONDERRY, to receive on board and hw d Uailaaod
raengers, n ana rrom Ireland aud Scotland.
I uiaagow pasMngtrt are raruished wltUraxa passage
j Ketura tlckelt granted at irrlcirratt.'J
, An experienced Surgeon attached tneacb iImimi
i Certificate issued for earning to and brlna-ina-out naa
lerrgers from all th principal tnwnt o Great Brilain and
Inland, at reduced rate, hy this line ef s'eaniere, and
by lb WAN1UNQTON LINK DP BArLINtl PAOKRTeJ
leaving Liverpool every weak. - ' '
I For nsseaio. nnlv at His Offltt -tir'flHeAl
WAY, New a ark. and isWaIKK HT.
i AO 'TiJ
BiBEt A KEABUt; General aTgcuis,
OrtrJi- j; r, ARMSTRONC.
rmlJWy.-.;) vtaws.Offio, Cua,ht
I AJ ' egant Ribbon, In f real varlsty at BAIN'S,
r..n ,m i , : t
iLr-siconiatrifl no fiorpnine. or any
. ., . ..
thins; u bleb will aerange the How-
oUTltrspatreheAppeUte. ot j.Ak-
octs t, uign tri.
swimming in in neaa, rain.tation or th Heart,
Valine or Weight In the Stomsoh, Soar IruetaUou
Choking or suffocating feeling when Vlng down, Smv
'.."M.Tn fef. 2 JST .
StreBrtSeniiiV Cordial and 'Blood ,
TIM (ireates. u.,.. la t rid,
AND THI A
TtVTynvrrvrrr fl r V
--.ai u '-Tl ' . -
Ever.' taren. V 'U
A ly a sclentiflo and 1
procured by the distll
- UUou ef Kools, Herlw
i- Mrk. Fello. Im
Dock, Blood .Boot,
, Sarsapsrilla. IF 1 1 d
Cherry Bark and Dan jefi
delion enter into ttitai,
Before Mln&tir tiv' remedii After Tatnjw .
prlncipl of each Ingredient is Uterociirhi. t.la il
my new method of disUlliog, producing dalieiraa. eV
hilarating spirit, and the aaost INVALLlBLa Jt.
ran ova Uu tr the diseased arstem. anA raatrf ,JZ,..
LXTaB COMPLAINT, ' VFBPaMI. ' JATMmrk-
Chronlo or Nervous Debinty.' Blaeaaes of tha TM.
and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Stom
ach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Pile. Acidity or 8tcl.
of th Stomach, Fullness of Blood to ths Head, Dull
BuddenFluaheaof Ueat, Depression of Hplrlte, 7rightfuf"
wh.kuvi, voapvuuvuvy.oruiy nsrfon Ills.
nifi? ' 5l0t0le, ?n Bldn an vr and Aanu (ol ;.,
.v,..., - - J l-.II,.,, ,....., .
Over a miuien of uottiaa.'
Ilave been Mid durln the last si. Mnit. r .
etanc has il failed in giving entire gatlsfacUon -Wh.l:"
then, will suffer from Weak ocas or Debility when Wo.
LEAN'S STBENOTIIENIMG CORDIAL wiU SJ?yJe '
No laniruajra Mn Mn... an . .1 ..n i.i ...
diate and almost miraculous change produced by taklu
this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated anrf .h..,.3
neryoua system, w he they brokn down by ama. k.
nature, or Impaired by sickness, th relaxed and xnatrun -siganizatlon
1 restored to it priatin health m1 viasr.
MABUICD fEKSOIfSa' - ' -d ' i
Or others eontclous of Inability, from whate'v.r' catu
will find McLean a Strengthening Cordial a thoreusk
regenerator of the aystem; aod all who may hav injured
themselves by Improper Indulgence, wlllfljid tu the Cor
dial certain and spwdj remedy. ,. . . ,
To the Ladles. -. . '
Iasovrlrnandrpeedyrarfor - , . .-
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontlueoc. of -
unne or involuntary Discharge thereof, railing of tb -
Womb, Uiddiaesa, Fainting and ait Macaw laoitkat tar
Females. . :.,,.. , . ,t.s ,!.-.; iv. .. j .,,...
Ihert.U ae Mistake About It.-.1" '' "T
Buffer no loo nr. - Taka It aceordlna- tn THrmiu. ' r. ' '
will stimulate, MrengltMn- end Invigorate you ami can..
uv rnnai oi ucaiui io mount your cheek again. , T,,)a4H
airery uom i warrantaq to glv lifcUa. - .
' I'OM CH1LDUEN. .;... :.-,(.
I "your children at sickly, puny, or afflicted, McLean V
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and rnhn.t
not a moment, try It, and yon will be convinced.
IX IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE:' ;
OariTtOx. Beware of Srun-lata nr tula. art,. .J J
'7. ? tlm "O0" FO om Bitter or Banr-.parllla trash
which they can buy cbeas. br savlni It la in.ii.
A void uch men.' Ask for McLean' StrengtheningOor
dial, and take nothing els It I th only remedy that s
will purify th blood thoroughly anA m. ,i
streugtlien ths system. .
On tablespoonful taken every morning ratting, I a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chill and Fever, fellow
Fever, or any crevnlent diacaaM. - rt (a i. i
bottle. - ' v . u ... " - : V"T : , I
Prloouly81 pay bottle, or 6 bottle for tS.' .ui,ii nn
' - I A. H. McLBAS, . .. . '. , .
i Boi PraprWtos of this Cardial, v . .
AilflltH.autV.Lairi.nil l.l.iMu. .... .
Bt, Luuls, Uo. - - '
T McLean'a Volcanic Oil Llolment.
th bast Liniment In the World. Th only safe and
certain our tor Cancers, Pllea, Swelling and Bron
hlU, or Ooltr. Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weaknea of 0.
ataacle, Chronlo or Inflammatory Khcumxtum, Stiff
ness of th Joint, oontraotcd Atuaeie or Ligament
Earache or Toothache, Bruim, Sprxlna, Wound. Fraan
Cam, C leers, Pmv Kora, Oahed Hrwt Bon Mir-U,;
Burna, Scald. Bore Tboat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
no (liflo.-wice howaevera, or ho long th dlseaaemay ' '
hv txisted. MoLean' Celebrated Llclmeut la a car
tain remtdy. , "i"'-
Thousand of human beings hay beisn caved a Wof 7 '
decreoltUila and niurv l.u il. , ,1. ; . i , . 1 '
r r i n Tii iTSin-. j
McLEAN'S 1 VOLCANIC
hikii awn aumw aHutniaMowiy, tad It wu
eltanas, purify nd haal th (outsat core in aa iannl .
iFaaofttitae. ... -, ... , ,,,
i Far Hortet and ether Animal. - -
KcLean eclebraUd Liniment la th only atf tnd i ' '
Babl remedy lot the our of Spavin, King Bone, Wind "
gall, SplmU, Unnatural Bump, Node or Swelling, rt "
will never fail to cur Big Head, PoU Evil, Fitlul. Old :,
ranning gore or Bweeuy, if properly applied, for
fPra, Sruiaea, gcratchea, Bore or Wounds, Cracked' ,
Usels, Chafo. Saddle or Collar Oallt It I nn Inf&Ilikl " '
remedy. Apply It a directed, and a cur I ertala io ''
very Instanc. .t
Then trifle no longer with the many worthiest tsi- '''
menu offered to you. Obtain a ennnlv at rir lir. '. L
oelebrated LinimonU It will cur yon. '
I . , J. II. mcLEAN , Sol. Proprietor,- ' '
Comer at Third and Pme Streta, 8t. Louis, tfo. -For
tale by all drugglsU. .j , '
r0!1?' ' ' - , ROBERTS SAMUEL,' .
hug-dwly Oolumbu. Ohta.
MRS, WINSLOW. on
An experienced Kane and Female Physician, present
. to tha attention of mothers. he
PI r s m -r-r -tr -a-r - rv
fUtt CHILDREN TEETHING,
Ich greatly faellltat th nn of tMtblna-. hv anft-
cuing the gums, reducing all Inflammationmill allay
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, aad la .
Sl'UE TOltEUULATt; THE BOTVEUL,..
BELIEF AHD EEAXTS TO f OTTxt JHf AflS.
We have put up and told this article for over ta years,
aad OAN SAY, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, cit.
r w aay y otner medl-'T
cine-NEVER HAS II FAILED, IN A SINGLE INST. 1
ANCE, TO EFFEOT A CURE, when timely surd. Nev
er did we know an Instate ofdlaaetlifaotton by any on
who used It. On th contrary, all ar delighted with it
operations, and speak In term ef commendation of Its
magical effect and medical virtues.' W nxkk lo thin
un V WHAT WE DO KNOW after ton years' en, .
rlomw.AND PLED0H Wh REPUTATION FOBIJIB
FCLILLtlENT OF WfJAT WE HERE DKOLAKB. In "
almost every rnttamee where the Infant I ueerirg from-
iwaawia.iwik EC11C1 WHS M SOWSO- 1 VUMtj-SSH k
twenty minute after theayrup tadininittAred.
I IhU valuable nraparatloa It th prctcrlptlon of on of .
the most EXPEHIKNCEUand SRILLPUL NTJHfatS la
new Bngiand, and haa been nted With METES! TtTJi. i
INOBUOOBSBrn . . ., ,. ... . .. r
, , THOUSANDS OF CAE.'- ""'
1 It not only relloy th ehtld frout- niaa but lnvurr-
atea the stomach and bowl. enwa acidity, and giy
ton aod energy to th whole Sj'tUss.- It will almost In- .
taotly reliv. ' r7
aB:p:ra is tee bwels, AsTDwrN"B cotic.
and overcome eonvulslont, which. If' not pwdlty rem
died, end to death. W believe It UmBEBT and BUR-
EST RKHEDT IN TIIE WORLD, In all caw of DYS
ENTERY and T1ARR11BA IN CI1ILDRKM, whether:
It arises from tcethlog, or from any other canaa. w
Would nay t awry metier who ha a child Unriiit from
nyof the rbu-iairg eoaiihriul-lK NOT LKT YOOR
FUKJCDICES NOB TUB PRMJTJDIOE8 OF OTllkBH
stand between you and your suffering child, and eh r
kef that will ptSCKE-y, ABSOLUTELY BCHB a
IdMok the use of thismedlein. If timely uaed. full dl."
actions Pop ulasr-wUl aeeamiuu aari kotttar, s.
r-nuine unless the fac-aimil of CURTIS ek PERKINS,
ew rk, a on the out.We wrapper. , : i A 1 aj
1 fold by all Dtwisgiau lknwhout tu world.1 J i J t a
frl iclpal Offices 1 J Cetf at Street It.V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
j 00127-dkwly.- ,vca u,,t t.A1, j
VVM -KN ABE-rrCO..
1 Turin naiv aai.i:.
ROOM. SO. UV BALTIlORXST..
I' -a' - w .. I
NOS. 1, 3, 4 nd T N. ITJTAW STEET, '
Odfr for salt their oejebrated
fcOLDEH MEDALli " ,
t.iu" io wiay
SBchif highly -recamaended by th Sntl TrofcMors aad .
fusical AmaUurawf the oounlry, and r'r . ."
swivYrvtr run t -unird
a. - .. 'WARRANTED FOB " ;' '
-ii.v uunl c iW-in , , . fiTI THfl,0
Th 1 most fastWIows eistomet Saay rely apon helot;
leased in every respect; e... . . I.... . .... i .. .,
f BKLllXIa tt WEBSTER, Ag.-ula, """"W'
ctW:lydw. 1 . '- '. Ooluabat, Ohio.
5; i ' i ii .1 " i .1 i i : i ii im
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