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COLUMBUS.-OHIO. SATURDAY EVENING. FEBRUARI 9. 1861.
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MANYPENNY & MILLER,
rUBLIBH. 28 AND FBOPBIKT0BS,
117 Office Hob. 86, SI nd 40, Horth High It.
TIC RMS INVARIABLY IN ADVANOB., ,) .;
Dally ; . - 18 00 per year.
ay me lamer, per vmi. i6 Nun
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0 pr year.
rt in : Advcrtum by the square.
ua iqu.ti e I yeai . . $20 00
0a " 9 mor.tlii IS 00
lr,- " I) men tti IS 00
)r.e " 3 nionthj 10 00
jne 'J month U 00
)ue ' " 1 mouth. 5 00
On MUAre 3 weeks.. fit 00
0n 7 wki.,,3 09
One ' dy... 1 00
0u . . . ' Vdmyf... 73
Liid.i4td kavertlMineatf bait nor Uun th ftbov
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Special Notlcu," itowM tht ordinary ram, ; "
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If ordJK-don the inimeexcliutveU alter tbeum week
put cm:, more th&o the above fatei; rat all ico wil
annear la the Trl-Weekly wlthoutharite. :
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I ile, t-t super !lni outilile . ,
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Wiwily'.'Sufoe pfli W " Dally, where tbaadvarttaat
tli Wenkl atone.' Where 'he Dally annweeaiy
ire both uaoil, Uieu lb. ofaarge .! .Weekly will be
a II the rates of the-uully, .
No adverttaement &Wea except for a definite period
E A-GLE. BRASS WORKS,
' Cornet Spriur Wetter 81a.,
W. B. . POTTS A1 CO.1,
And Mannrwrartri of nnua and Oompoeltloa Casllnfi,
Vlniihed HrMt Work of all IMacripttonf. -
t . . ,.' 'J- 'J
Electro Plating and Gilding! !
STENCIL CUTTING, &C
fbl fc-dly : . i r ii . ;
F. A. B. SIMKLN8,
Attorney at liaw
AND. NOTART PUBLIC. : .
Office Aoiboi rJulWIng, oppoilte Capitol Square.
Machine Manufacturing Company
STEAM ;ENGLES & BOILERS,
Caatlnra, MiU-Garlng, KaoaliUiry.
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Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolii!
Through to IndiRnanotiB wlthinl Chtng I'of tart
anrLbut Ooe Change of Can between
; Colambui and St. Lonla. ' -
THREE. TRAIN3. DAILY FROM OLUM
. ,' - " ". i''rT''i.a
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,. (Dily, Uondayiexetpted.) ' ' . :t
NIOIIT EXPKK38, via Dayton, at S:fS a. ro.,itop
ping at London, Xenia. Dayton, Hlddletowo and Hamil
ton, arriving at Cincinnati al8:t0 a. m. Dayton at 6:45
a.m., IndlanopolUat 10:H a n.itt, Xouiaat U:M
'' m' SECOND TRAIN. ' lr.
ACCOMMODATION, at 8:10 a. m., atnpploK at all 8ta
tlont between Colnmbne and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rivinr at Cincinnati 11:02 a. m., Dayton at9-tf a. m.,
IndianopolUa(3;'iHp! m. vi.
J i.TIIIRD TRAIN. ' - .V -.
DAY EXPRE88,at SJOp. m.'. itopplog "At" Alton,
JeSsnoa, Loudon, 1 Cuarleetoa. Oedarvlll, Xenia,
Sprint Valley, Corwln, alorrow, Searfleld, Voeler't,
Lovelanrl, Millf"ril and FUlnvllle, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:80 p. ni. Bt. Louie at IS m; Dayton at S:3S p.
m. IndlanopolUat 10:3Bp.taw . -
t , ti . , ! r,.
NleeplnT Car on all Nifrnt i raieta I
Cincinnati ana man
luclnnoul und IndiauapolU. ,
BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH.
for furlUet Information and Through Tickets, apply to
M- L. DU11KBII, l(
Ticket Agent, Union Depot. Cnlnmbue, Ohio.
. . i.r v". ' . W. WOODWARD,
. ,, ., Hiiperlntenilent, Cincinnati.
- " n JNO. W. DOHBETI ,,
Jul3 Agent, Colnmtns, '
Stub artlolet at you cteWre for your HUSBAND
Such ai yon tiud tot Jfour W1TB. T .
Such as arejTopef far year DAUOHTBR.-
Such aa your SI8TKR will prqttt yfltt forf t uV .
Such as yont BBOTDEB can ... . ' -r t ...,. ,i
Buch aa you want tot " Till ON'B tOU lOTK BK8T.'
Bach u will be food for the BtSSSXD BABZ."t L .,'
Such a all Icet for,' ' ,l ',, V.. ,.--,
May b found la variety, in my new stock of ,
WATCIIEK, CHAINS , JEWELBI)
TLAIED GOODS) i
And general iiiortoent otJZ.
- Fancy ana useful Articles,
. : 10 Bueheye b1ock2
Just Rscelvedl r
aa HT. iCH' 4tBSTTs; Tknd. ttllCK
UU BAS IOO prim Rio .9nee. .
1 HO pockets old Dutch Government Java OoWe. .,' "
18 bag Ceylon Ooife. sl-
20Obbli. aiaadard Whit 8ugan,coflatle!t bf Pow.
dred, Ohruahed, Qranulated A and B Coee. '
50 qutniale Oeorga Bank Oedftebt
tnObx,LverKllM.i.ii v 11 1 P. U I '
60 bf . box d dnVAv)ti.'"ALJ aft .vt,-v
100q.b d W "".,,,
10O it Cigar, diiraiWtHiUdSind trade. 1 '-
ovU7 , ., ... . .... . Wat, UuDOHALD.
m, ivt powERoijnd
D ALial ' IMmrwaTjES ANO POMimO
r aOBAOOO,' - '!) 1 1 t-tu-j
t dsvir, - ,t" ''i t...ivi
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Ho. 1 1 F.aat Stat. Street, between Sign and
the Fot-OSco,Columbu,Ohlo. " " oci!:dOni
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TXTHITK WlIEATy BBANDED .taiv
From "BarnettBlliu "BprlngflBld.0. thabeetbrandef
Hour brought to our nurkt. . riatltfactlon marantM.
lor aale only at AVM.JloUOltALD'bV 1
CAIilCOM." -UeAINES, niGHUIOfl
CHIMVZes, UliKSsl Sll.ai.9,- and all
kinds of faehlonabl . I
we r sow offrW(ta very RjWrtc.,"Jl,",i0 """":;'
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FOR CLUBS ! !
No. 4 Qwyiine Block.
JL' IV STONE & O'HARRi
J'EH OOOD8, and invito the public to lnipeet
themJ Jio aneh atock of Ooodi baa aver been brought to
market, Iha Booth, in consequence of the failure
lb grain eropi hu not been able to purchase the n
quantity of rich goods, and this Aut baa forced the
Importers to sell them at publio auction. Our buyer
Iton) being in New Xork at theie large sales, took
adTantage of them, and we can and will eell our good
at lee than any one who purchaaed two week ein.ee,
for them in New York. Our itock la complete in
every (department of
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, 'r-
OTTOMAN VELOURS, . . . . ,
"J BROCHE VALENCIAS,
" i PRINTED MEEINOS,' '
i . i r. , PRINTED COBURGS,'
,u 1 ' " . - - DYED COBUGS;
BLitK ALPACAS, .
' FANCY, WOVEN FABRICS, .
i v '", ', i, , ALL WOOL DELAINES,
, POPLINS,' PRINTS,
' ' . DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
FiVe Thausand' Dollars 'Worth
,. b Bought in One Day, ' '
on hall the Ooat of Itnpiatlon.
;::', LADIES FURS,
all Varieties, of the Celebrated
" j Itlanatatare f C. G. Gnn .
- then Son.
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Hen's, tadlea sad Children'! Under Shirts and Drawen;
tadiea, Mlwee and Children' Hosiery of all kinds, In
and lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Glove
'complete assortment i of all the usual vane
Uesof i" ' ' ' " i'r. , '1 .' "
LADIES' CLOTHS, '" "' " '. - '
?; CA8SIMERES, ' 1 ' '
l'f'?:, V, ' OVERCOATINGS, .
'! ' ' TWEEDS.
FLANNELS', ... .
I ! " RIBBONS, " . "
! - DRE33 TRIMMINGS.
U v" DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Laffiii and Great's Linen Cambric Hand-
then) the largeet, bei and otwaueit ttock of Oood
seen lnthb aaarketor pay tbem on dollar par
wan lowing. . ....
deol-dlysuwltw. ' BTONk It OH ARB A.
rOajDEK Hil t, SMIKT,
i ,aouKN HiUi-eHiRia. , -.-,r. i ,., .1
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pattern of these ihlrts are new; Th Bodies, Tok,
aleevas and bosom an formed to Bt the r-maa with eaa
aomf ort. The mark upon i each one dealgnatlng the
mar be tailed on as beln g correct, and each ahirt 1
guaranteed well kudo... A fall stock of all qualities
oonttanllyfoisalsat , r - -r.. r BAIM'8,
sum, ao. xn nonm uign etreei. .
jWatchcsy-and -Jewelry.- -
Afiive A8soartijrETilr;6r WATcn
ss, Olwk,wryt BUmwaro, ftc.fcept onitast
on itt-ii-i 'r. .! niijttXtMOM.
'3 I -'"Hfo.lta, Mti High Street, Columbus, 0. i
JTrtTafcliasandJeweltraBalred, , ., ( , ,. j,.
deotdSm. .'.'.,., . .. i .. - . i. ' i
TZANCK SJHKHM SUKSt
"'i JAKUI BIL1VO.
' f ANOI DRKB8 StLa, .
are rmwoSerlng ear immen stock of fancy Tress
erioee Un than m kafara offend In thla ettv.
attention of the lid la of thla alts and wloinlkv is
solicited, i our itock la very galoot and complete ia all
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Than any other paper In Ohio, ouUlde of Cincinnati
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It advantagoos In ; ,. ,
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AMONG COTJKTEY DEALERS I '
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HOWARD & GO'S,
CAUX'Af NO. 83, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
and txamln our new make of - . . -
AMERICAN WATCHES, '
menuflictured by E. HOWARD A CO , Boiton, If,
Theeo Watohea are far vperfor to anything rvrr offered
to the publio, heretofore
I can ll them at price
Bavin the exeluatve eienev,
I can l them at price to suit lb time. I haveiu.it
received a large stock ot
minufaottted by APPLBTON, TRACT, A CO i alio, a
finsaraortmentof . ,".' ;" ,
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES,
In Gold and Sliver Case, at Panic price. ''
iantl , . ..W. J. BAT AOi."
(Lata of Phalon's Establishment. If. T.,) pritor
tne xew xorx rauuonaoi Boavina. Hair uui ni
Shampooning, Carlingand Droning Saloon, Eaat State
atreet, over tne root omoe, wnera satlatacuon will
be given In all the various branohe. Ladle and
Ubiidran's uair l reeling eon in tne best styut.
lEftTI,K;iHKNti NECK "S IES,
QKNTLIHRN'S NROK TIBS, iV.
.i uaiNxiJciusN'a nkuk tikb.
The aoit desirable assortment la the oily and at nnuaal-
ly lew price. i PBIBHBAIN,
B0V84. ' Mo. SB South High street, v
TAKUANXIa.AlN UliAOK SlaKSfO
JJJ Htraet Basque ana mantieii aura, lucn Tntnmia
andTaeltooatcb,at. ' , ( , ... .,,BAUt".,
fB . i '.. ,.-.,,... .. .A
APPLEWI APPA.ESH ...
100 bbls. Choke Apples received on ootiilfnment
for sal by .... ... , MoKEJi St EKHTIKAITX, , .,
- r . ja w. nign eet.-
AND SI MX FANS IN
aUlbboa Bound, AatSnston and la
y, l . laalh High etreet
TKTTDE RlANTIiE BABAGES, BOTH
Whit and Black, just reotlved at
Dally, per year..
Trr weekly, per (;ar.
Weekly, per yea. ...
Fatriotic of Ex-President John Tyler, of
Virginia, Before the Peaee Conference at
Being Elected its Presiding
Gintlemin: I fear yon have committed a
great error in appointing me to the honorable
position you have assigned me. A long separa
tion from all deliberate bodies has rendered the
lules of their proceedings unfamiliar to me,
while 1 should find in my own state or health,
variable and fickle aa it is, sufficient reason t3
decline the honor of being your presiding officer;
bnt, la times like those, one has bnt little op
tion left him personal considerations sboald
weigh but lightly In the balanoe. Tho country
is In danger it is enough one must lake the
place assigned bim in the great woik of concil
iation and adlnstment. The voice of Virginia
has invited ber co States to meet her In ooun
cil. In the institution of this Government that
same voice was beard and complied witb, and
the results of seventy odd years have fully
attested the wisdom of the decision then adop
ted. Is the urgency of her call now less great
than it was thou f uur goauKa istoers creawa
we have to preserve. They built up, through
their patriotism and wisdom , monuments which
oave eternalized tbeir names. s
You have betbreiyou, gentlemen, a task equil
ly grand, equally sublime, quite ss lull af glo
ry ana immortality. X ou nave to snaicn irom
ruin a ereat abd clorlons Confederation, to pre
serve lb Government, and to renew and invig
orate the Constitution. If you reach the bight
of this great occasion, your children's chil
dren will rise np and call you blessed I con
fess myself ambitions of sharing in the glory
of accomplishing this grand and magnificent re
sult. To have our names enrolled in the Cap
itol, to be repeated bv future generations with
grateful applause; this Is an honor higher than
the mountains more enduring than monumen
tal alabaster. Yes, Virginia's voioe, as in the
olden time, has been heard. Her sister States
meet her this day at the council board.- Ver
mont Is here, bringing with her the memories
ot'lthe pastj reviving 'n the memories ot all
her Etban Allen and bis demand lor tne
surrender of Ticonderoga In the name of tho
Great Jehovah and the Amerioan Congress.
New Hampshire Is here her fame illus
trated by memorable annals, and still more
lately as the birth-plaoe of him who won
for himself the name ot Defender of the
Constitution, and who wrote that letter to
John Taylor which has been enshrined In the
bearts of bis countrymen. Massachusetts is
not here (some member said she is coming)
I hope so, said Mr. Ttler, and that she will
brlos with her her daughter Maine. I did not
believe it could well be that the voice which,
in other times, was So familiar to her ears, has
been addressed to her In vain. Connecticut Is
here, and she comes, I doubt not, in the spirit
of Roger Sherman, whose name with our very
children has become a household word, and
who was 'in life the embodiment of that prac
tical sense which befits the great lawgivers
and constructors of governments. Rhode Island,
the land of Roger Williams, Is here, one of the
two last States, In her jealousy of the publio
liberty, to give in ber adbeslon to tbe Constitu
tion, and amone the earliest to hasten to Its res
cue. The great Empire State of New York-
represented tuns far but by one delegates t0'
day a fuller force to join in the great work of
beating tbe discontents or the times, and re
storing tbe reign of fratenal feeling. New Jer
sey Is also here, with tbe memories of tbe past
covering ber all over. Trenton and rrlnceton
live immortal in story the plains of the last
sncrimsoned with the heart's blood of Virgin
la's son. Among ber delegaUoa- I rejoin A
recognize a gallant son of a signer ot tbe im
mortal Declaration which announced to tbe
world that thirteen provinces had become thir
teen independent and sovereign States; and here,
too, Is Delaware, the land pi the Bayards
and the Rodneys, whose soil at Brandywine was
moisted by the blood of Virginia's youthful
Monroe. Here Is Maryland, whose massive
columns wheeled into line with those of Virgin
la In tbe contest for glory, and whose State
house at Annapolis was the theater of a specta
cle of a successful commander, who, after lib
erating bis country, gladly nngirthed his sword
and laid it down upon the altar of that country.
Then comes Pennsylvania, rioh in Revolution
ary lore, bringing with her the deathless names
Franklin and Morris, and, I trust, ready to
renew from the belfry of Independence Hall
tbe chimes of the old bell, which announced
freedom and independence in former days. All
hall to North Carolina! with ber Mecklenburg
Declaration in her hand, standing erect on tbe
ground of her own probity and firmness in tbe
cause of publio liberty, and represented in
her attributes . by ber Maoon, and in this
assembly by her distinguished son, at no
great distance from me. Four daughters
Virginia also cluster around the council
board, on the invitation of their ancient moth
er, the eldest Kentucky, whose sons, tinder that
intrepid warrior, Anthony Wayne, gave free
dom of settlement to the territory of her sis
ter. Ohio, and extending his hand daily and
hourly across Lu Belle Riviere to grasp the hand
some one ot kindred blood of the noble
States of Indiana and Illinois and Ohio, who
have grown np Into.'powerful States, already
grand, potent and almost imperial. Tennessee
not here, but is coming prevented from be
ing here only by the floods which have swollen
her rivers, , W hen she arrives she will wear tbe
badges on her warrior-crest of victories won,
company wttn tne ureal west, on many aa
ensanguined plain, and standards torn from the
hands ot the conquerors at Waterloo. Missou
and Iowa and Wiobigan, Wisconsin and Min
nessota, still linger behind, but It may be hoped
that their hearts are with us In tbe great work
we have to do. -
The eyes of the whole country are turned
this hall and to this assembly In expectation
and hope. I trust, gentlemen, that yon may
prove yourselves worthy of the great occasion.
Our ancestors probably committed a blander in
not harlne fixed upon- every fifth decade far a
call of s general Convention to amend and re
form the Constitution. . Ua tbe contrary, they
have made the difficulty next to Insurmountable
accomplish amendments to an Instrument
which waa eerfect for five millions ot people,
but not wholly so as to thirty millions. .: Your
patriotism will surmount tbe aimouities, now
over great, it you. will but accomplish but on
triumph In advance, and that Is triumph over
nartv. What lis Dcrtv when compared to th
task of resetting one's country from danger
Do that, and one long, loud snout 01 joy ana
gladness, will resound throughout the land. '
A Thought for Young Men.
More may be learned by devoting a few mo
menta dally to reading, than is commonly sup
posed. Five pages may be read In, nrteen min
utes, at which rat any one person may peruse
tnt.aix volumes of two hundred pages each
In a year. ' You may say yon have none to guide
mn. Th best scholars and men of science
. . ... . . . l .. ..I...l.f . .r
Will tell yon DJ lr tu aim vaiuauiv part III
their education is that which tbey bave givn
thmaaiei. Volumes have been filled with the
antnhtoB-raDbv of self-taught men. Think of
Franklin, tbe printer; of Llnne, the shoemaker;
of Jobn Hunter, the cabinetmaker; of Hersohel,
the musician; of Donald, tbe weaver; of Tor
ner.tbe printer; or Burritt, the blacksmith.
Love learning and you will b learned. Where
thM ia awUl there Isa way. - ' 1
j R.nin at one, take time by th forelock, and
remember that it Is only the first step that
costs. nd having Degont fesolv to learn some
thing every dayw Strike the blow, and avoid
the weakness of those who spend half of life
In thinking what tbey shall do next; Always
ha a volume near you whloh yon may catch
up at such odd minutes as are yonr Own. 1 It Is
inne.iibia.iuitll trial If Blade, how mtlob real
k-n.iaHifa mav b acQulrtd In these tirokea
fragments of time, whloh are like the dust of
gold and diamonds.
Story of Strayed Child.
Lauiait autumn a farmer living near to Adirondack,
In New York Bute, went out to cut timber on the moun
tain, In a remote and aolitary locality. 11 took bia
on along witb bim, a little .boy of about four year of
Alter naving oeea employed for a abort time, be
milled the oh! Id, who had been amuitogbimtelf mebaa
iog a kid which he found on th hill, and he became a-
"" teei ne mourn nave fallen into one or (he man:
ravine, or (tumbled over soma of th rooks or preei
pice with which th place abound. No tree ot the
noy however conld be found . In vain did be call npo
bi name, for no aniwer wa returned. The anxiety of
u rawer lea nim from place to plaoe with the utmoet
rapidity, Sometime finding th print of hi on'a little
feet on th leave, butb never dreamed of oronlog a
"ep sorae wnicn run, on tne outii ue or the locainv
uuuea to. aown tne iteep and rooky ld or th moan
tain to th margin cf the Iludaon. Over thi gorge he
wweivea it impouibie ror a ohlld to make It way. in
th ovenlog he found meana to aend to the Mttlemtnt an
aeeonnt or the olroumitance: and eaveral human Mr-
son, aaeompanled by the districted mother, came to;ald
bla tearch foritba poor ohlld In thliwild and rocky re-
lon. una oi tnem happened to erwi over the gone al
luded to. DOroelved t tiara the Imnranlon of the hov'a
oouiep. ana meu were occasionally traced all th way
down to the margin or the Hudon, where they loit all
trie of the unfortunate lltlla wandarar. and ware Ailed
with the moat pilnful apprehtmion that h muit har
been carried otf by th itream.
Oolng along It bank, and crowing ravin, and ileept,
wbica they conceived it almoit impouibie th child
Could have tiaaaed and elimhad. thev aiain found the
Print Of hi naked feat on Iha anft unit of a malt rivulat!
and, by applying a meaiure which they had taken of the
former Impreuion, they found It ixtctly to correspond.
They were threforelnduced atill to go forward, thouih
they had now proceeded npwarda of four mile from the
plan of their wttingout; and they continued for th
rpace of about another mile, accompanied by the anxloui
nthar and mother, without finding any farther trace of
th boy. Might wa now coming down on the fereit;
and a th anarch bad now continued eleven noun, over
a rugged ipae of five mile, they thought of retracing
their atepe in despair th diitrecte! mother tearing her
hair, and alerting at every white atone, and figuring to
htraelfith apecter of the torn corpae of her son at th
bottom of tvary cliff or itream which they paiied. At
thla time on of the party, who had been before the reel,
on looking Into the itream of th Ilurjion, found a hand
kerchief round a atone in th channel of the river, which
be recognized to be that of the child, and had now little
doubt that be would be found drowned near thla place In
the itreim. He oil led the reel of the party to approach;
when a little further down tbe bank, he perceived tbe
boy with hi feet In the water, and hi head reeling on a
tone, in a quiat ileep. 'Johnnvl Johnoyl" oried the
trembling father, "are you allv7" The little pilgrim,
lifting hi head from hi rocky pillow, exclaimed, "Ohl
f alherl I 11 ou7 Why didn't you com t help me
catch the .itele kldl" The little fellow' cap wu filled
with pebblei, with (which be had puraued the kid from
rock to rock, from hill to bill, and through the raviaet
for upward of five mllea, barefooted, over one of the moat
rugged track In th atate, and had been for twelve hour
without tailing a morael of food. The ludden Joy of
the mother had nearly coit her life, but the young wan
derer wu found not to have Buffered injury from hti lon
For the Girls.
Ladies caced birds of beautiful
but sickly looks pale pets of the parlor, wbo
vcgiiatB in an unuenuoy atmosphere, like a po
tato germinat.ng In a dark cellar why do you
sot go out In the open air and warm lunahins.
and add luster to your eyes, bloom to your
cheeks, elasticity to your steps, and vigor to
your frames? Take morning exercise, let loose
your corset strings, and rnn np tbe bills for a
wager, down again for fun: roam the fields.
climb the fences, leap the ditches, wade tbe
brooks, and after a day of healthy, unrestrained
liberty, go home with an appetite acquired by
healty enjoyment. The blooming and beanti-
lul young lady rosy-cheeked and bright-eyed
who can darn a stockine. mend her frnrka.
command a regiment of pots and kettles, feed
tue pigs, min tne cows, and be a lady when re
quired, is the girl that young mea are in quest
of for wifo.
But yonToInine. screwed-nn aAn.araUtr1.
doll-dressed, consumption-mortgaged, muslc-
murucring, ana novel aevourlng daughters of
fashion and idleness you are no more fit for
matrimony tban a pullet is to look after a brood
of fourteen chickens. The truth lg, my dear
girls, you want less fashionable restraint and
more liberty, more kltohen and less sofa; more
padding and lees piano; more frankness and leas
mock modesty. Lose your waist strings and
breathe in the pure atmosDhere. and become aa
gooa ana oeauiuui as nature designed,
ONE WEEK MORE.
' WE BltALL CONTINUE TO BELL
jFOn CASH ONIY,
laBOUOHOlTT THE pbesekt week.
- ' AfTER WHIOH
WILL BE ANNOUNCED
For the Patronage of tho Public.
. P. BA'tf.
89, South High Street.
, ' . , . ... AND .
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to th "
POSTING AND DI8TEIBDTINO
OF ' -
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All orders left at the Office of the Statteman will be
promptly attended to. ', , Janll-tf .
B.B. Bowman .
' ' v. '
, W. Slaughter et al.
BY TIRTIIB OF A WRIT OF VEND!
to m directed from th Superior Court of franklin
county, Ohio, 1 will otter for eakt on ' '
Thursday the 14th day or February, A. D. 1861,
at S o'olock P. U. In front of J. f . Shoddy's Store, tn
th villain of Wectervtlle, franklin oounty. Ohio. th.
following deaoribed property to-wiU On. bay bona. .a.
orrell mare, oneeolt about two year old, and one red
and whit ateer, levld on aa the property of P. Tabler.
u. w. iiurrnAN, Sheriff,
.by Bd. Saris, Deputy.
.7 1;;:.. REMOVAlS-c':
DII. TAFT MAS REMOVED HIS
itock ot DRT flOODS from Ma. 191 Sooth High
treetto bi old aland. No. SS North Blgbn etreet, ia
Tbompaon' Building, where h will be pleated to aeeall
bis M o interne re, ana an new one mat may some, where
b will Mil them ebeao good. - ' '
A htrre lot ot OAJtPKTS on band, which will bt sold
it coat, for cuh, to cloa the atock. -'
. V. 11. T A IT, .,
Janl8:dla Comer High and Qay St., Columbu. 0.
,. POIT SALE, .
ALAHGE BODY. OF LAND LYING
on th National Road, Weat of Columbua, within
from two to fiv mile from the city. Th nronertv will
be told in mi w u purenaier, ana on favorable term.
Apply to . .uun w.aNV&awbY i
JolO-d4w Agent for JohnO. Hollowaf.,
- Columbus, Jeaoary 10. .'
, , . ' JOHH E WHULEB.,
A GENT FOR UOnTE CONTINENTAL
L a. majvbattajv. cxvuniTV. aoa lavrmauta in, uo.
New Yoaa; MamcKairre' and Cm futaor HaBTroa
Haw Toaa Lira and Co mi. Mctoai Lira. :
ohimi a MlarH , i. Mavavati Ml N r
,i I i i.Jt'S T.J.
ETKNINU DKESSUOOnS, KIiEOANt.
Oold Bmboeeed Tarkttan, tti lateat novelty. Plain
Whit, and Colored Tarmtana; White Pari MuiUbQnb
adlna Kvenint Bob: Plata tarty BJtka. -' - - - . i:, v
Teddo Ta (Japan,) for Sato by ,
KNAPP & CO.'S
From aiad after this date w shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY HVE EH; CEOT,
IN OROBa TO Ma(E BOOH fOI OUR
Our assortment is still good, i"
and it is known, to every . J
one that our
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
i 80 DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OF
KNAPP & CO.,
NO. 119 -
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
: OH I O
5 Tnsf Faattaer sukd 60 Tors af
oct2S-8wd-Aw-fim ? ;
Nos, 36, 38 & 40, North High St.
INCREASED FACTXITTES 1 V
HAVING MOVED. INTO MY
.,, . HA7I-i-:v!V:j.;':'sM
BOOK S: JOB -DEPARTMENT!
. , WHILE BOTH HATE BEEN
New Types, Borders, ftuments, &c
fBOM TH CIL1BRATED fOOTDBT Of "
T. WHITE i CO., SEW YOBX,
Complete - Establishment
. . . tlttua-
"i IN THE CITY.
- f l-ro'
I art new prepared to Kxeeut all Orders far'
BOOK AITD JOB
And la tie Host AppMvei tyl oi Uts Art.'"
- ' ' """ ' i.
-' 1 PAJlTICTJLAa ATTBirrrOSi MIS fO
Bill f Laalasr, jClrealsuvH-r "r t-1
Dill fieaa., aaaaaaaakut inaaaa
' .' JrttfloaV ti-'iUM Uocolpto, li
1 1 ' I Draw: Ticket. . Uaarlatara
HOW-- CARDS & BULLS LN ' COLORS,
'.'i trti rVTrw't'I,1 ittovMi iirr
Shew !llll,VHajU BlUs, IsbeU, Ooassrt Tn
fasajaea, acftool aaa hum xssbhs, iao
tel :SUU ot latw, ' iJivitttloas, . , ,i
i '" i nail 1 ""' " mi meu
! OP. EVERY DESORIPTIOH -A .l
I auueuanoona riunpojiau, t
! J " ' " CoDjUtationa, lleports,
r.i ,' I
Printing In iQm 4:;C61oyi;
rPristH ,Vry,-Oiloi m.-.f aiit !m)
ai'afc- ' BU a-o Jo uib enMf ti l-o ,biW 3
uXh Bllfwsa oi the tin U Csatral 6Mb.
1 t'"if ti ttm".W w :.bI vi tl
. MJ raMUUeatMtVilagany andaa w m uova ueaorip
tlooe ot Work, are now aniugii1, aa satofaotloa wlU
te guaranteed in all
fcTAil work rurnlabi P"
aaaaauiaAVM V BVHif Wl SUB WON . . ,
PECTORAL SYRTJ?. ; V;'
' ...... , t
Thy are at horn, and
Jlrotbeperen who have been rad bjr.tt.. . j. ,-i
Dll KITBKIl IS PttlPiP.wn If mv a,TirD
IXAMINH IUN08 WITHOUT CUAROl, fOR ACS '
THQbUl WHO rlJCBD BIB MKDICUikg. . , . ,
' ATTBN9 TO YOtJB 00LD8 -A eue of Sre year' !,
Uadlsg cured bj DB. KXirSKR'B PE010BAI SYBCP. t
j.) t J It , . , ,l ,i PpraawrrBaaLjanJll lm ' '. 3i:
Jti Karat Mv wife baa bean amiated .ua . a. . .
cough and difficulty of breathing, for Sv or all nan,
whP-b. , for mtil year back, bad gmdaally tMaaaatd ia ' -
violence. Th complaint ha been hereditary, and eh . ,
bad been treated by vral pbyiician without any re-
o . . " , a proenraa eeea ot yon . v
Paetoral Oouih SvruD. I boo.ht. th. flrat tim . an.
oent bottw, whloh relieved ber very much ; I tban oalled ' ' ' '
and got a dollar bottle, which cured kes emtiraiy, and ', ,
ak ku now no trace of the former diet, except weak
nea. I would alio Data that I wad tne medieba y 1 '
eelf to a cold and cough. Th. medicine cured m tag lak
ing one uo. i expreaa my uUr aatlafartlon with lb - "
medicine, and yon are at liberty ta nubiiah thla u , - -
wwrv w Wl .v. f,m. WlljBVFf, -
Alderman fifth Ward. ' ' !
' PrpraantBS), ICov. IB, 18S8.
Tin Karata: Although no an adrooat of fatent '
atadiciii, in general, it aATonl m. pkaaaer. Inieeerlba , ' , .
bi. to recommend your Peotoral Syrup. Aa a medieia
it is well worthy the attantloa of aaypertoa wbo saey in
any manner b afflicted with ooej-h. cold and hoaraaiiea
of any hind, and for th peculiar quallSoatlan for ra- '
moving all that dlaagraaabl senaatlon attendinc a -.'. .
I bare been, more er Uea, In my life, effected with the
eevereit of eold and hoaraen. At Ubm. my throat
would become ao eloaed a to prevent ay epeaklng abov.
a whlapar, and by taking a (aw do of th abov. Sirup
Itwould relieve me entirely. - -,
In lecommending thl medicine,! muet acheeltaOngly '
aay that It ia the beat remedy I ever found, purporting to
car. th. above, nor anould any family b without tti
remedy for dteaae o prevalent. -
your, moat reapaetfully, ., .. . .
IDWAHD J. JONBd,
,.i I , : D Caahier Cltlxeaa' Deposit tank.:
"''i--- ' 8nrjarKviUi,0, March H.1P5B
I have uaed Dr. Keyter'a Cough Syrup for a bad cough
oT aeveral year a landing, and can cheerfully aay It ia
th beat medicine for the mm that I have mr teken.
, , i. W.IUQM.
COL. PBATT AND DR. KITBKB'S PBOTOBAL '
BYRUP. Da. Kavaaa Dear Sir: Atzcn. th delay of '
my acknowledgl ag the excellence of your Pectoral Ceugh -'
Syrup oooner. I taite great pleaaura In aay tag that it It "
ell y ou aay it la. It tnocJctd (A tut ota) o any ovaovt -and
the worst on I waa aver afflioted with; I have not
need mote than one-half of t he bottle, and I eaa and do
wlab that all who are afflicted would give U a fal r a trial -aIbaveMh.,andthy
will be proud to y,"Itliao '
quack medicine." I would sot uffr another nub an
attack for any coneidaratlon, or at any coal. I am eon- .
fldaat I can breath mora freely than I rf-r did. I .hall
alway aeknewlatig a dbt of gratltud for inventing o
ucellent a remedy. Vou an at liberty to uae my nam.
in thl regard, aa ye think proper. B. f. PftaTT,
meeaenger uommoa Usuaell, riUabarah, Pa.
1 Ptttaburgb, alay 11, 1858. ,
N. fl I am no itraaaxr to my lelUW-alUaeoa,nd ''
wno entertain doubt can eonault m partonallv
Prmnoao. April St, 1857.
READ THI TRUTH. Da. Errata: I bav a daugh
ter who baa taken aeveral medicine for a bad oough,
without beoeflu-eaong them Ayer'a Cherry Pwtoral. .
I pnrc baaed from you a bottle of your PKOTUaAX
SIBUP, and before ab bad used half a bottle abe wa ' ;
relieved. lb. aecoad bottle eared bar antii t k -
eough. JOHN DAMN,
.1 - awbtnionaUaet, Alleghany. "
. ' . - J roa, December, 31, 1R53.' ' .
A SRIAT CURB BY DR. KtraiH'a buAfnnAt
SYBDP. IUvlnPeeDea townahlp, Allegheny eounry. "
hw .wqiNu mii apnwag, waion oommeiNaM eaoat
th 4th of February iaat, and continued ght atalh. .1 , - -
employed th. beet phyatcian In th eountrr. ana n.
oough oontlnaed unabated until early tn October. Al
mat urn. I waa aavaea to try your FBOTOHAIi COUuH
BTBUP, whloh I did, aod after I hat takaa on. anal. I . ,.
wa entirely free from the coat hlna and anlttia.. i h. .
teat aired of aver getting well, end I ihlnk It abe Id be " '
Known thai thl vauuble remedy will do for other what " "
Itbaadonainmyeaaa. : - : JOHN O. UTTLkW
Witas-B. U. StM Peabatt tpwnhip,-
'.111 Xi Apttl ItTl857? " '
A WONDBRFTL 6TTRB. Soma u. .m ' -
neighbor of mint was very flljwlthabad cough which ' 1
every . auppeaed to b couiumpuwa. Ba relaU.e ' 1 ' '
told- me that be had taken every laai ly they heard ot
wilhaut benefit: hi hrathtr came ta m htm hi. nA ','
war cooflrmed In the belief that he conld not live. I
had about th. tatni af a bottle of your Pectoral Byrup,
wblch I gave Unhand ct aatinly emaad Ala. to ib aeioo-- '
labmeatot all. What mk the eaa aaere n-airtaM. ,
old. . I bav. no doubt th Pectoralaaved hi life '
DB. KBYBBi'g PBOTOBAI. SYRDf lis lLaTiiau' ,
TILL! . Pleaae aend m another aupply tt ;mi vala- -. ,
- t wbi .jrup,- Aimoat evaryooay around a
th cold and an Inquiring to "be. Kmra Paetnmi
Syrup." W bav aold sixteen bottle lat weak, and ara
now entirely out. kit. A. Alter and Mr. P. M.h... k.K
of Blalravilia, Pa., tall as they would not b without it
In their famlliea. In fact, all who a. 1( one. want It
again. :. Koum, napeetfully, n. - . ..
T , ,oan W?WW ft BONI iV.. t
January-SO, 160. ' ,
'aNOTHIB NSWJCIRTlriOATDB. Wv.'o '. .
PIOfORAL 81 BO P. I had been troubled with aeoaca
and aold lor mrremlweeh ' aa bad waa it that I oald not '
aMep. i i naa tn eavioe and proaorlptloai from three of .
thebeatpbyaleiatnln the city, whom leoaldname.butdo
not doe.' I Anally procured aottle of your Pectoral "v
Syrep, which urd me enUrery. gnejv ; .,.,. i
.:' WLrcstra,PttUbojjh,p(,jM.8,i8ao. . .-.
J.t4 , 'j,.; v ..1. --' . . L - '
ci ww Tjuxjwuvrnin!r.T--now eaa I do itr "fjo
to SLener'voa Wood aCrtet aad ret a eoetle af hiafiM.h i' i ' :
Peetoial, and. if that don't cure yo, jour aaawu!
dee pe rat indeed." Thl I atpedmen of th colloquy .. .
one heara almoat every day in cold aatehlai pcrlodaof
the year. ' And w wi, from actual experiment, cheer-' ' A
fall ooaear la th arriiw'sdmcaltlaata)Aev,ctw.'' '
bav. tried th Pctoral la a meat atuboorat , wilt .', i
ntlr euoce. Sear two weeki ago we went to Ptttabarik. , '
with one of the moat dletreeelng, contrary, mallth. ?n- '
ubdaabtoagha w r operieaeed tno oar advknt 4
aporrtlila auatanc apbee. We coughed ataadUy and IK '
Ubartouiy for pat afeolt wek, takopaf Urtnote4. s -i -,.l
butUwaenegn- In fact It eemed rather to hav.im- -, -
proved aymetloa, and -to have kecmliad atmn.ih ' A
oy aad dittrwmiUUnr tb. op iU - I thl. nageof- '
the ctege, w ooujhed ear way to Karr tU Woo St am 0.
procured a fifty cent bottl. of th. Peetomlj't kk.Hr:. ."!' i
f i"viuuoi, mam iu lorij-eigni BUI We War.
aaatar nf lb. flidd the niana- bavin ..Anii!nn.ii. -' -
aurrenlerad. atVl mat aaal eaafiielwlth ao1 ci Vi .
imaawMi jaa aaTraraary ' aa Keytar's aaata Ooan uaiu
"VTA KIYSBR'S PCOTORAL STIttTP , pr ard and
old by Dr. flBOBOB H. RBTBIBritO WnLl
plM!turgh.Pa. . ... , ..."7-1-
, W u. vwvuvmm UVU.AIQ & ,aJ(JgJ)
ijrTHAOHB ItEinjEBTf iv
i. wo lot ,itoi wl "a -.r.4
I :f .oi yj.,ili:
iv-, . ; . . i.
i:j-3ih'HI -..in tr"i i"i
Iff .-"It V, ..,,, r, ; ,,. ,-, ,r I : ,4 t j
,117 Bold 1n Columbu by B0MBT8 8AMTJBL. '
.MtaBlMMaa i-i mm ,.lu .aj -i.- -r.- j. ad;
WW T -taasm.mai
TV Am jlta. ja.sjkni-1 BEjaiis. . ,
.ii f!l I .m,ni iani,qAirb di 10I Jo!ii.i..ijj y ,oC
iaaJl.. - .a. mm.-ml'. "'
. i,."T '""'r.'-t m
iffarfi 1 .Min-J mIi"H a t CpLCMBCa, OHJOV, kl-.U
TT A A3 -BIt Jglr AT WTieiTMTS hri:i
nXlTJrullAtr.jBAj COf Fk-R.-efJOA", luHAOCOr ,
tihiiAHrl-i aro , ere. vur Btock luu been portnaaed is
FOXl ' Oj3.3
and ur mala endeavor win be to offer Inducement to
tUSB M07S&S which are wot xcwd by any Boom la
at ,(, '!
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