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COIiUMBUS. OHIO, MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY
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D VILY . TRI-WE1XLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNT t MILLER,
P3BLI8H.RB ahd proprietors,
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O Oflloe Boi. 80, 88 and 40, Kortn. High Bt
flsnMS IBVABIABLT IN ADVANOB. : -1 (
Daily - $6 00 per year,
By tne tamer, per wees, iaf eenta.
trl-Weikly . lOOptf year
afciw . - . : i nn "
tn-tit ot Advertising bjr th Sqinwe
One " f) mor.thi 18 00
Jne " li months 13 00
)no i months 10 00
Jnt S month 8 00
One " 1 month. 5 00
On square 3 wk .4 00
On B week.. 3 00
On i " I week..; 1 7J
On -v" 3 day... 100
8 day ... - 73
1 Insertion 60
Displayed advertlismsnts half more than tbe above
ratrs. . . "
Advertisement leaded and placed in the column of
(Hoot'lul Notices, ttOtfOtC (M OrawMTy Taw.
Ait iiutloes requires to be publlahcd by law, legalist.
If ordered on the Inside exolniireiy after the lint wee
per cent, more thkn the aboro rates; But all inch wil
appear In the Trl-Wekly without oharg
LiiislnessOards.notaxcerdinr At lines, per year, In-
, n pr iin( omaiiiefi.
Notices of metln(a,e)ritalli oclotles.flre oompanles.
AUtrannitni afotrHsemmti murt tt paid for in
llnvnct tT rule will not berarUdfmn.
Weekly, nun price a U e Daily, where tht adrertlser
la the Weekly alone. Where Tie Dally and Weekly
a re both need, then the charge (i th Weekly will bt
n I ' the rates ot tne Jjauy . . 3.-
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
E A GL Ev U JiASS,WOR K S,
Corner Hprlnp; cY.ITater St.,
W. B. POTTS 8c CO.,
Anil Manufacturer of Brats and Composition Oaslioga,
jrinistiea urius none oi an uescnpiions. . .
Electro Plating and Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTING, k6. '
fblM0-dly ' '"' ' " ' "
. F. A. B. SIHKI113, . ,
Attorjaoy txt Tjt&,-jv
AND NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Aiub.s Uuildlng, opposite Capitol Square.
. OOtTJMBCB. OHIO,
Machine Manufacturing Company
aJAKUPAOTORiRS O? . . ,
STEAM ' ENGHES & BOILERS,
Csitlags, Kill-OeMring, Maehintry.
. . ,. of viai DcsoBirnoH.
roi.rimtrs, omo. ' t
OHA8.AMB08,'8'p''. ! , t. AMBOBTraa.
deoll. lbSB-tf ....... , , ..
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
Through to IndiansDolU without Change of Can
and but One Change of Can between '
" ' Columbus and St. Loula.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. f ;.
FIRST TRAIN';'' - : ''
(Dally, Mondays excepted. 1 ''
Nioni IXPBK88, wto Dayton, at i-Ai a. m..sto
ptng at London. Xenia. Dayton, Uiddletowo and llamll
ton, arriving at Cincinnati at 8: 20 a.
a. m.. lnoianopous at iv:to a. m
ci. louis at 11-30
, t. SECOND TRAINS ...'.rr: -V .
ACO0MM0DATION, st 6:10 a. m., stoppInK at all Sta
tion, between Oolnmbns and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
rlTins; at Cincinnati ll:ta a. an., Dayton at 9: IS a. m.,
IndlanopollaaIS;S8p. m. ' .
THItU) TRAIN. , ..
DAT EXPBE89,t S:30p. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, London, Charleston. Cedarrille, Xenla,
Bprtng Valley, Oorwln. Morrow, Deerflcld, Foster1.
Loreland, Millforilaod FUinvllI, arrtrlof at CIdcIo
natl at 7;S0 p. m.t Bt. Louis at 18 m; Pajton at S 35 p.
as.; IndlanopolUat 10:38 p. m. f , ,.
Sleeplnir Gar m all' Nlarlif Trains to
Cluuinaiail ana Indtauapali.
BICOACJC " CHECKED TIIKOUGII.
' lor furitier Icfbrmitlon and Throng Tlctef. apply to
U. h. DOHBHTT,'
Tlckst Aient, Union Depot, Columbus, Ohio,
J. W. WOODWABJ), ,.
' ' ' ' ' Superintendent, Cincinnati.'
JNO. W. DODEKTI . '
Agent, Oolnmbna, .
Buck artUle aa you dsrira for your HUSBAND
Bach u yon nt4 for your VfIF: i ,r
Buch as ar prpf for your DAUGHTER.
Such a your BI8TIR will pralu ya for. .
Booh as your BBOTHIB 6a ' v . .. .. . '.
Bach a you waa for THI ONI TOO LOTS BEST.'
Bach ss will be food for the 14 BLIS8ED BADT."
May bs found In variety. In my new stock of '
WAtCIIE . CHAINS, JGVELBT,
- PLATED tdOODS,
And pneral assortment of rr r
Fancy and Useful Articles..
WM. :BLYNN, h ;'.
No. 10 Backer Bleck.j
December, 1860. i.
.., r, Jait BecelveJ T ,
inn ITF.-CH-eJUEEN and BLACK
lUUXKAS 100 bafs prim Bia Cone. ' ;
IS Mil Cylon OofTe.
SOnbbla. standard White Sugar, oontlitln of Pow-
dred.Chrushed,OrannlatdAandB Oolle. ,.
SO quintals Osorgs Bank Codfish, .... . ,
SObbls. Misn4Bo.)ilaokrl. U'l "'. ,
6 to. Plok Salmon.: i! ' f! ' V .n '
100 as. I lUlsins..-. '.r.t:.t.T'ii.-( ,i. t. ,.: .
AO ht. box do ( f do
lOOQr.bon do: -! - '-r t .'. C,l
100 at Cigars, different brands and grades, -noTrt
' - WM. MCDONALD. f
M. 1M POWER3 c BHO
I.-'. . 1 f
staLsna m wroimo avb nosttsna
VIOAKS - tv.il.vUf i
AND IAN0T AJITIOHI
Ko. 11 FaetStnla Htrotutwsen nigh and
in rost-uiuo, voianiDus, uuiv. ocxuinoo
FAITIILV f,LOUM.:.i,!-iuv. ,
TfTIHTK tTHE AXjj. BBAJK BE0 ; "
Iron "Barnatt Mills,1' Bprlngflold, 0.ths"bit brand oT
Flour Drouiht to out tnaraev. . eaunsoiioo auarwurwi
For sal only at . WM MoDONAXD B, ... . ,
dotY7 . JO v 109 South High Uee.'
rtAIitCON, DetiAlNUS, ntEBIN09;
Unas oi wamonabie. ; V' ;
"Winter Xtrein &oe&a.",
w are now efferisg at vr to price.
AteSl, Wo. W8out4Illgtltf
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FEB ANNUM !
FOR - . ClIUBS"! !
Territories West of TJs
-? MANYPENNT & MILLER,'
- , PUBLISH EES OHIO STATESMAN.
S"o. 4 Gwynne jBldck.
A.1 P. STONE & O'HARIU
BE NOW RECEIVING TIIEI IX WIN
TEH OOOD8, and Invite the pubtio to Inspect
them, i Mo such atoek ot goods has srer nen oroognt to
markets The South, in eonseoueDc of th failure
th grain crop, ha not been able to purchase the us
ual quantity of rich goods,' and this fact has forced th
Importers to sell them at publlo auction. Oar buyer
(Mr. Btone) twin in New Totk at thee larn tales, took
tdvantat of them, and w can and will ll our good
nre, at less tnan any one wno purcnasea two weets since,
for them In New York. Our stock It complete In
very department of , . , ,
ELEdANT DRESS SILKS,' J '
BROCHE VAL&NCIAS; .
. ,' - ' PRINTED MEBINOS, -r ,
! '- PRINTED COBURG9,
BLACK ALPACAS', -
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
! ALL WOOL DELAINES,
v : ' DELAINES.
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
' j Bought in One Day,
one ball tbe Coat of impottatlon.
ail Varieties,, of the Celebrated
; Iflannf atare el C. O. Oun. . , .
;J j there & Bon. ' :
Men's, Ladles and Children' Under shirts and Drawers;
I.ail!H4 Mian and Children's Hosiery of all kinds, in
Wool and Lamb's Wool; Fleecy Lined and OottonOloves
of all the nsnal vsrle-
..' ' .' .a.-, i i.i'
CASSIMERE9, ' "- i- '
1 : 1
ladies and Gent's linen Cambric Hand
i kerchieft, &o,, &c;j ' '
to perMMirho call on., us, wt nledira our words to
taent the larfaat, best nd ehoapett stock ot floods
atn tat market, or paytbsmone dollar per
while looking, j i M .;, ; .,...
decl-OlyHtawltw.' .:; ; .,. BTONM . O'UABBA.
OLDEN IIII L BIIIKTS, , . ,
J 1 ( GOLDEN HILt BUIRT8, ' "
, m OOLDBM BILL SHIRTS.. ' ,
IhepalUrn of th shlniar new. Th Bodies, Yokes,
slesres and bosom r formed to fit th person with east
comfort. TB mart upon eaon on designating tne
may b rolled on aa being correct, and eacoahirtl
guaranttedi wall made. - A full stock ot all qualities
constantly for sal at. .in , -.1' .BAIN'B,
novw. i..-..vi ' w no. sro Drain uigu street. .
Watches and ; Jewelry. "
FINE ASSOslTBIENT OsT tVATCH
si, Clocks, Jewelry, Bilverwart, 0okep eonstant
voahandat :' ' ' '! r '-. t,--;f.j
'""I ."' B. IIRKtATMOK'B,- I
' ' I - . Ma. I6S, South nigh Street, Oolumbua, 0.
jrjp Watches and Jewlryrpalitd. j
deo4-d3m. - v-t
t?ANCV DKEMS SILKS,
, lABOV DBB8B BILKB, ( ulh c!
- FANOT DBBsB SILSB,'
sre now offering our lmmeaa stock of Baser Dress
at nrloaa lass than vr belor offered In this city.
attention ot th ladle of thl city and vicinity I
(ollcited, a our (took 1 very select and complete in all
graaesoi goea In this Jute.. ruin vain.
both..-. No. Bv South align street.
- i F) niodioal PnrDosea," - ' r
pUBBBKANDDIBg, WINES, COBDIALB, AND BIT
Ttas, from "Bondeil Warehouse "
, ; WM. MCDONALD,
pov87 10B Bouth High street.
TALTESE THIS EAR LACE MITTS
of elagant ,aaUUS Kl l41cs ajeo, Ulsm' Mltta
grt varit BAIH'R.
' J (j '' ' T II J t'" i ' v
weekly; okio statesman.
. . ; '' HA VINO A CIRCULATION
LARQSS BT BZVZEiL - THOTJSAKDB '
Than any other paper In Ohio, outside of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Spcctly and Itemaneratlve Beturna
; To those who take advantage f them.
THE "WKEirCXiY STATESMAN;
Distributed as It is through (very Post Offlos In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronage Is valuable, and who seldom see the
. Dally Editions of city Journals; and as only
A limited Kumberof Advertisements
An inierted to Iti eolomnt, ppopritjly and
f. Tinrr CamtoT ran. to
Of ALL 1
AdnrUstng In th WEEKLY STATESMAN will nn
' t it aUTanUgous'ln -'
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which I almost certain to follow an eztantlvs dlssemln
' . ' atlon of a knowledge of their business.
AMONG. COTOTEY, DEALEE8 I
ADTBRTI8BMBNT8 INTENDED FOB
The Wt3eklv Statesman
, Should be handed In before Irlday noon. ,
' 'SOMETHING NEW.
HOWARD & GO'S.
AMERICAN WATCHES. ;
CALL AT NO. 83, SOUTH IUGH ST.,
.. . and examine our saw mak of
, AMERICAN WATCHES,
manufartured by E. HOWARD It CO , Boston, Mass.
These Watch ar far auperlor to anything tver offered
io me puouo, nerewnore. uaTing in nomslv sgoncy,
I can sell them at price t suit the lime. . I have luat
received a large stock of
manufactured by ABFLETON, TBA07, t CO ; alto, a
tlneajsortnuntof ' ' ' i.
ENGLISn AND SWISS WATCHES,
: In Oold and Silver Cases, at Panic prices.
jan?3 r.'ii --y W. J. 8ATAQB.
fLat of Fhalon's Bstabllshment, N. I.,) Poprltor
ui new xora vaauonanie an Tin. Hair Cnttin
Bhampoonlng, Curling and Dressing Saloon, Beat Stat
tireet, over tne rot uraoe, wnere taUsraotion will
be given In all the various branches. Ladles and
unuuren'i UMr Dreulng don In th bt style.
Jyltl-41 . .... ; .
GENTLKITIEN'N NEdkV t IEH.
! . OBNILSHBN'S NKOK TIES,
..I GENTLEMEN'S NECK TIBS. "
Th moat detsrable assortment In lis etty and aturmsal-
ly lew prion. 'u PaiTCHBAlN,
noeSM. ' No. 9G South High street
tjLEOAN PLilNliMCK SILKS BOB
ju4 osree, uaaqnvs aou aianites; also, jMcn xrimmm
and Tasters to match, e . . BAIN
I. 1-',M ,f
AffLEbl APfLBSI njf r.
100 bblt. Choice Appl received ooaslnmtnt,
for ml by , v . r. tikKJiS Ac BB8TIBAUX, ,,,,
'Mr". .vii,i. i- i. ,- 3j M, High Street.
FI.IIOV LINEN AND SILK TANS IN
new styles! ., ifllbbon Bound, AUUnalon and In
ditafsnsat BAIN'B .
may3 -1 'No. W South High Mrtet
TT7IIE nANTLlE BAItAOES, BOTH
v v whit and siiaaa, just roetva at
NAMES. The Ohio Statesman
;' fc. .' I1BKR,
Dally, per yeas. i. 00
Trl Weekly, per uar.....i 3 00
. Weekly, per yea W
Life on a Rail Road.
' There Is a saytng that the friendship of a dog,
la better than ma ui-wiii, ana ror many years,
in my capacity aa a railroad conductor, I have
fonnd the abora trne to the letter bnt mind, I
am not aavlne that I have no enemies, I nn.
donbtedly have a few, and I do not thick there
ia a man that Uvea bat baa more or less. A lit
tle kindness now and then to the many ones ; a
eootlnotor will find almost every trip over his
road, will not be lost and be will in many cas
ea, find, from hia "bresd cast upon tbe waters,"
a return four fold. Tet he must use a great
deal of judgment in bestowing oia chanty upon
even those be thinks entirely wortey of ita be
stowal. I will in conneotlon, relate a little in
cident by which a little kindness saved my life,
and the lives of all tbepassengeraon board my
. The western division of our rrud runs through
a very mountainous part of Virginia, and the
stations were few and few, between. About
three miles from one of these stations tbe road
runs through a deep gorge of tbe Blue Rldee.
and near tbe center ia a small valley, and there
nemmea in by tne everlasting bills, stood a
small one and a half story cabin. Tbe few acres
that surrounded it were cultivated as a garden,
ana npon tne products increoi uvea a widow and
her children by the nameof Graff. Tberwere.in
deed, untutored In the cold charities of an out
side world. I doubt n,uoh If thrv ever saw
sunshine beyond their own native hills. In tbe
summer time the children brought berries to
the nearest station to sell, and with the-money
iuey earnea iney oongnt a lew ot tbe necessi
ties of tbe outside refinement.
The oldest of tbeso children I should ludee
be about twelve years, and the vountreit
about seven. . They were all girls, and looked
nice and olean, and their healthful appearance
and natural delicacy gave them a ready welcome.
Tboy appeared as if they bad been brought up
God, and to love an humble home and moth
er. I had often stopped mv train and let them
get off at the station some three miles from
home after disposing of their berries.
I had children at home, and I knew their
little feot would be tired in walking three miles,
aud therefore felt that it would be the same
with those fatherless little ones. Thev seemed
pleased to ride, and thanked me with such
very hearty thanks, after letting them off boar
nome. l hey frequently ollered me nice temot
ing baskets of fruit for my kindness, yet I
never accepted any without paying their full
Now, if vou remember, tbe winter of 1854
waa very cold In that part of the State, and the
enow was nearly three feet deep npon the moun
tains. On the nleht of the 26th of December of that
year it turned roand warm and rain iell In tor
rents. A terrible storm swept the mountain
tops, and almost filled the v&lleva with, water.
Upon that night my train was winding ita way
Its usual speed around the hills and through
the valleys, and aa tbe road bed waa of solid
rock, I had no fear of the backs giving out
The night waa intensely datk. and tbe wind
moaned piteously tbiough the deep gorges of
we muuutaina. Dome or my passengers were
trying to sleep, others were talkine in a low
voioe, to relieve tbe monotony of tbe scene.
inoinera uaa tneir children upon their knees, as
to shield them from some unknown danger
It wag near midnight, when a sharp whistle
tbe engine brought ma to my feet.
there waa danger by that whistle, and
sprang to tbe brake at once, bat tbe brakesmen
were all at their posts and'soon brought tbe
train to a atop. I seiied mr lantern and found
way lorwara aa soon as possible, when wbat
sif-nt met my caze: A bright are or pine
illuminated tne track lor aome distance,
not over torty roos ancaa ot our train, a
horrible gulf had opened ita maw to receive us.
1 be snow, together with the rain bad. torn tbe
whole elde of the mountain out, and eternity
itaen seemed spread out betore as. The widow
Graff and ber children had found it out, and bad
brought light brush from their bouse, and built
large fires to warn ns of oar danger. They
been more than two hours, watching that
beacon of aafetv. Aa I went np where that old
and ber children stood, drenched through
tbe rain and sleet, she grasped me by tbe
"Thank God! Mr. Sherbonrn, we stopped vou
time. I would bave loal my life before one
of your head abould bave been hurt. Oh,
prayed to heaven that we might atop the train
my God, I thank thee!"
The children were crying for Joy. I oonfeaa,
don't very often pray, bnt I did then and
there. I kneeled down by the side of that
old and offered
woman up thanks to
Wise Being for our safe deliverance from
moat terrible death, and called down bites
without number npon that goopold woman
ber children. Near by atood the engineer,
fireman and brakesman tbe. tears streaming
their bronsed cheeks.
I Immediately prevailed npon Mrs. Graff and
cbildren to go back into the cars out of the
storm and oold. After reaching the cars I re
lated oar hair breadth escape, and to whom we
Indebted for our lives, and begged of tbe
passengers to go forward and see for them
selves. They need no further nrgicg, and a
great many ladles went also regardless of the
storm. Tney soon returned and their pale fa
gave full evidence of the frightlul death we
escaped, i ne laaies ana gentlemen vied
each other In their thanks and heartfolt
gratitude towards Mrs. Graff and her children,
assured her that tbey would never, never,
forget her. and before the widow loft tbe train
was presented with a puree ot four hundred
sixty aouara, ine voluntary onering of a
whole train of grateful passengers. She refus
ed the proffered gift for aome time, and aaid she
only done ber doty, and the knowledge of
having done ao was all she asked. However,
finally accepted the money, and said . It
should go to eduoate her cbildren.
kThe railroad company built her a new house,
her and her children a life pass over the
and ordered all the trains to atop and let
off at home when she wished. , Bui the cm.
ployeea needed no such orders, tbey ean appre
ciate all such kindness more so than directors
The old lady frequently visits my borne at
, end she is at all times a welcome vis
itor at my fireside. To of the children are at
tending eohool at the same place,
So yon may soe that a little kindness cost me
nothing and saved my life. Laneatier InttllU
Danger and Detriment of Sleeping under the
Florence Nightingale saysi ' ; . -. I.
"There Is reason to believe that not a few oi
tbe apparently unaccountable cues of scrofula
among children proceed from thebabit of sleep
ing with the head under the bed elothea, and ao
Inhaling air already breathed, which la farther
contaminated by exhalations from tbe skin.
Parents are sometimes given, to a similar
habit, and it often happens that the bed clothes
are so disposed that the patient; must necessa
rily breathe air more ot less contaminated by
exhalations from the akin. - A good nurse will
be careful to attend to this. ' Ilia an important
part, so to speak, of ventilation.'; ' .
It may be worth while to remark, that when
thee la any danger of bed sores, , a blanket
ahouli never be placed under tbe patient. It
retains damp, and acts like a poultice. .Never
use anything but-light Witnoy blankets as oov-
l 1 .1. a at.1. ' ' ......
sn-insr mr W , J ' f . I .
The heavy cotton Impervious counterpane is
bad, for the Tery reason sans h aeeps in ranusi
lions from, the sick person, while the blanket
.n.a thm to nass through.": Weak patients
are invariably distressed by ihe great weight of
bed elothea, which often prevents their getting
any sonno sieep wuw'.
Blood Stock m Viaomu We learn from
friend in Kiohmond that the thorough bred
stock in tnat vicinity is doing well, tie says
"McDanlel's colts have grown so much, you
wouia not Know mem. vie uiaoperton's colt.
two years old this spring, Is now 6 feel l4
inches blgb, and is one of the finest looking
cutis i nave ever eeen. uov. wicanne win
stand at Broad Rock the coming season. att95,
and if the country gets In anything liketa settled
condition, yonr friend McD. will have two
meetings a year on the old Broad Rock
WiZabd. The fine three year old Wizard
waa, we understand, sold lately to Mr. Thomas
Lieu, or novato Township, Marlon county, Cal
ifornia, for tbe large aum of $5,000. . Wizard
waa bred by Mr. J. B. Redmond, of San Fran
cisco, and was got by David UiU's Black
Hawk, out of bia thorough bred Imported Ena-
lish mare Fairy Queen. , , ,
Savannah (Ga.) Raois. Already we have the
gratification of calling attention to the pro
gramme of 1863, for tbe meeting of the Ten
rsroeck Jockey UluD. Three stakes are opened,
for two and three year olds, the former to ran
aingle mile, tbe latter heat ot two miles.
ihe Club baa appropriated I3.UUU for parses
ana additions to stakes, which ought to insure a
good meeting. The' stakes close on the 1st of
Ma. Rassv. Mr. Rary receivea a great many
etters desiring written information aa to the
best way to tame horses. The public is aware
that he many yeara ago published a book on tbe
subject, and many others bave done tbe same
thing, but, nowever terse, clear or praotioie tney
may be, oral instructions and positive example
are really necessary for tbe imparting of real
and useful knowledge tbe absurdity of any
other plan la amusingly indicated by tbe follow
ing letter which speaks for itself. "Old Phil"
was just tbe man get up aucb a borso epistle
ia a reply to a letter from the then Prince
Regent of England, afterward George IV.,
asking instructions as to the breaking of a vi
To Hit Royal 'Ightun tht Prinet of Whaltt;
Sia: May it please your Royal 'Ighnees Its
nnposslble to put into writing wbat la to be done
wun aucb a nanimai as yourn; bnt tr aa bow
you will allow me tbe honor te call at Karlton
Fellas, I will cure tbe mayor of all klcka and
wicloua propensities In the twinkling of a bed
post. How I do is nofilnk to nobody: but Its
quite out of my power to put it down and make
you understand it on this here paper. 1 shall
therefore be proud in bumble duty to wait on
your Royal 'Ighness whenever you may com
mand me. May it please yonr uoyal 'ighness
soon so to do, lor I longs to prove to you Royal
satisiaotion that tne oia naaoage, "Money
makea tbe mavor to go" Is not always correct.
1 am, Sir, your Royal 'Ighness' most devoted
and bumble servant,
To II. R I. the Prince of Whales. Karlton
Lapiks' Hoasrs. Let's tee: Lot"25 Romeo.
bay osi, the property ot a lady." That hao-
countsforlt. Poor devil! Why. he's haotu-
ally a living ekilltlng. What a subject for a
bannahtomtoal lecturl Uhl cruel, cruel Folly
Hopkins, how could you serve me ao? lie puts
me in mind of "The Oracle," arter It's been in
tbe bands of Shortcut wl'h bia scissors. He
keeps a bit of a baoca-shop, and writes for tbe
paper. He scissors about a column and a arf,
and sticks on tbe top, "A eotemporary saya;"
then "We hextracts from a eotemporary," on
couple more columns, then "A co temporary
remarks;" then "We learn from a eotempo
rary " and boftentimea won't bave bany con
nexion with, the Co. whatsomevert and ao he
keeps scissoring away, till there's about
much of "Tbe Uracle" left as there be paper
one of them hoops tbey holds hap In tbe oir-
cas after Madame snmmersaulterinl bss been
crash tog through, with her "Hi, hi I" and
mnallnderlarn. The flrat thins; you bought to
beat mnto a gai-s neao, aiore ane'e noiated on
hoss, ia that, although tbe hannimal arn't a
steam hengiae, there ia possibility of basting
biler, and that the machinery ia very like
own feeling, temper, 'eart, lungs, and fit.
win aay tnia tor tne gaisi most ot 'em bave
light bands, and don't spile the oases' months.
good mouth's arf a ota, in my opinion. But,
'hart! how them tender, delicate deers. do
make tbe poor oases Hanks go, till they hactu
san't go no farder! After bamping their
mnai, rouna tenniione iorma nnp ana down lor
hour or two together: Lud forgive 'em I they
knowl no better ennnr to mock en the wind
of a Nassew balloon, then they leans forrad
pate the poor devil of a 'oaa on the neck,
"Prettv crlttnr ! how warm won are I"
"Good Remeo 1 don't sigh ao, you love, arn't
a duck V betheterar II tbe poor 'as could
apeak, I knows wbat he'd say, "Oh, ah, none
your gammon, Miss !" a joke is a joke; bnt
for 'eaven's aake, do get 'orfif you please !"
Sporting Review. . ..
Popular Movement in Maine for Annexation to
It must be a matter for congratulation with
every true Canadian, to observe tbe deeply root
feeling and strongly manifested doair on tbe
of our brethren and former fellow oiUsena
Maine, to reunite their fortunes wltb our own.
severanoe of that valuable district from the
British North American Provinces, was a proof
the troth of that oft reseated expreasion
"John Bull does all the fighting bnt invariably
the worat in dlplomaoy." A considerable
number of the citizens of that prosperous dis
were sorry to part from us, and now that
right of eaoh State to secede la at least
taoitly acknowledged by tbe Washington Cab
inet, why abould we not ahow oar sympathy
th popular (and If it lueceeds, to us profit-
movement at work in tbe State of MalneT
Winter annually oleses (upon the only door
through which we can reaoh the Atlantie sea
board through our own territory, and now that
key of a winter seaport, the "open aeasame"
which we have ao long and ardently wished for,
almost within our grasp, let as at least endea
vor to secare this priceless boon. 1 How would
answer to hold meetings In the principal cities
tbe province, and appoint delegates to confer
the leaders of tbe Maine movement. New
Brunswick and Nova Scotia might take a eiml
itr oouree without lose of time, so that th del
egates might all meet In Halifax, Montreal or
Quebec, before th first of Maroh. I think this
would be the best answer we could give to Sen
Seward and the New York preetj and
should the State of Maine deoide for annexa
to the British North American .Province.
might rely upon the aotive support of thou
sands of brave young fellowa from thee Pro
vinces, If soon support were nntortnnately ren
dered necessary by any attempt at coercion on
part of the federal authoritlea at Washing
ton. If the people of Maine are in earnest their
motto should be "now or never." Cor. f Quo-btoChmicU.
1 .-: . U l- .:;;::.,...,:
. W. Blanghter tal.
j Superior Court.
VIHTUB OF A WRIT OF TENDI
to m directed from to Superior Ooart of franklin
ooonty, Ohio, I will offer for aaleoa : j . ,1 1 .1,
Thursday th 14th day of February, A. D. 1$61,
o'clock P. M. In front of J. I. Snoddjs Store, la
Tlllef of Wttlerrtll, IrankUn eonnty, Oklo, in
followlD dtsorlbed property to wit: On bay hore, on
nrrtll mar, on colt about two years old, and one red
whit titer, lerld on a the property of P. Tablet.
u. W. uuvvaiAnT. sheriff.
fsb8-10td ; v : 1 by Ed. Davis, Depot- t
' ,....-! VJOHH H.WBXELKSt -.. l,--,
MaxtuTTaa, Sacoarrv, aid Iavtmtm Imk Co.'
Toi Mraciuirrs' and Cm rraaor namTroan
lotia Lira and Cow. Mcivaa Lira
mint SI Illrh St.. 8aTge'a Bl
Sold Smbotsed Tarlatan, th latest noreltv. Plain
White and Colored Tarlatsuisi Hit f ari auslialtrsa
din Bvbumi obSi flam warty mikt. u -i eux.
decSl No.OTBoath Blah street.
ICNAPP & CO fS
From and after this date we shall
REDUCE THE ' PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTV FIVE PER CEST,
in oaosa to make aoou roa ova
Our assortment is' still good,
and it is known to every
one that -our
S T O O KL
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8 Tone of Feat titer u 50 Ton i
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a HAVING MOVED INTO MY'
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Hi -"'J' II'.. .ti;s I !... K. . ;, ... . ,,
IT7I rHVTTW IWBVVTAW . . '
PECTORAL SYRUP. ' ; '
qnire of th ptnon wh. have bmq nrad ky l. iU . -:
TiD . VnovB BIBinait a'.' . s ' A
mmmr uwtDr,u AO I n tT AnBlff AT rj W TIM! W f
1XAMTNH I.TTNOh 1V T T n Anw i 1 11 w7?i ii" 19
T imu WDrt M.-n V.U.W" t A"""'- ftlL
ITflVn VflTTD AATAB a" .
tmndlDg oared by Dft. KIVfiHPBaTOALIIRC?.- - '
fr PlTTsWTMM, TV. 11, ' MM '
!) . ITsrvaravVJ HV ft.. - asi-.a ukv. . . H ; a j
ftAtitrh tin si lilRtals r LiLl.. si . .
wblch,roreveraJearaback.nad(ndaaIlvinatauiii' ' 1 '
viotono. fb oomplaint ha twn kandltasy, n4 b : -.'i
had been treated by tevwral BbTStrlaat wluVwit saw n- . ,
'J-: In i1"1 ' oT h.r cut, I procred toa of jcvt'
L".?0"?1. ln,p' 1 S"- Brrt tJ-e.aW', r i
Mtnk lartttlai. tvhlfth sallaMJV v . w .a. . '
. . ' ' . Twry hkh , X kMSloaiM
an! (ot a dollar bottle, which eared bar entirely, and
ah has now no trace of th former dlaeu, nneet k-
Mtt. I vnnlit 1ba .1 a Ia ilut T . w . ....
self t a cold and cough. ThemtdlolMonredBM kwtak '
log on dos I sxprws my entire salltfarOon with th
medic in, and yon art at liberty to publish thai If
desire to do so. . Wat. WILSOf. ' j ,:
. Alderman Birth Ward. . ,
. : : . : ; fmaer,Hr. 18,1858. i
- wiiuvugu no. aa auTiKaiw or j-ateni
MIM.M. In samamI I. - W I- . - ... . ,.
ble to recommend yonr Peetoral Symp. As a rrtrirlni
It 1 well worthy the attention of any ptnon an r in
wv huuhi w mumih wikB oowfrns, oous ana noanose
of any hind, and for th peculiar eaalrnoattsti Iwn.
movlne all that disagreeable sensation attradln- a se
vere eold. . . .
- -v-i mmiiw mi nav, u, ,n, auecTaa wiia in
Mvwest of cold and hoarsenes. At Uses my throat
"-H i-immt tit tlnsnd aa tn prsTant mrspklng atmva .
a whisper, and by taking a few dotes of th abov Syrap
In tooBamndlnf thl medlotn, I mast wniuangl
say that It Is the best remedy I rer found, purporting te 1
cor the above, nor shoald any ftmlly b withoat tht : I
remedy for diseases ao preralent. .
Toon, most respectfully " '
IDWARD J. JONBd, . - . .
1 guuaaiiviLt,0., Hirrh 14, HttO
I hav need Dr. Keytar' Congo Syrap for a bad mat
of several year (tending, and can cheerfully say It it ' '
th best medlcin for th asm that I hare evr ttkm . '
... . J- W. PBIOB.
001.. PBATT AND DR. KSrSIE'S HOTOBAL .'
BYBUP. Da. Kitsbb Dear SIR Izoom th aM., r . .
my acknowledgiag th xoellnc of yonr Peetaral Cough
Byraptooaw. I take great pleasure la saying that It aa 1 r
all you say It Is. Jt knocked UutwiMVMoJ ntwaoaoA
and th worst on I waa aver afflicted with: I nave aot
used mors thaa one-half of th bottle, and I oaa and dw
wish that all who ar afflloted would giro It at fair a trial
as Ihav done, and tbey will be proud to ay, "It I ski '
quack mwUsIn." I would aot suffer another each a
attack ror any consideration, or at any oost. I am eon- -fident
I oaa breath mora freely than I er-r did I atuUl .
always acknow ledis a debt of srratltude for Idtpti tin ma
excellent a remedy. Yon an at liberty to an my nam :
in uii ragara, aa yon uinK propu X. f. PBaTT,
Messenger Common CoiincU, PltUborak, Pa.
Ptttsbairt, tlay 11, 1S5U. - 7
N. It 1 am no atranger to my (ellow-clkltns.and
who entertain doubt can consult me personally.
Prrrrsraea, April Sd,185t. '
BIAD THI TRUTH Da. Karma: I hart a daaah- :
ter who baa taken several mediolne for a bad cough. '
without benefit among lb Ma Avar's Cherry Pectoral.
I parehaaed from you a bottle ef year PBOTOaVAL
8IBUP, and before she had used half a bottle ah wa
reUerad. The teoond bottl coiwd bar catlrtly of Bar
oongh. .... JOHN D AKIN,
, . ' Boblnson street, AJUgbeny. 7
PiTTaoBB, December, 31, 1853. '
A ORB AT CnKK BT Dtt. KaVHEB'a ssntoiir.
SYRUP. I Hv In Peebles township, Alleghaay eeanty.
bad a oonghing and (pitting, which eommenoad abont '
tha4thof Pebraary last, and oontlnoed eight man th. t t.
employ. d th best physicians la the country, and say
oongh continued onabated nam tarry tn October. At ' -
tnat uaa I wa aavttea t try yonr g aorOMAI, COCOU ,
SYRUP, which I did, and after I had taken on bottle I
was entirely free from the coughing and spitting. I had '
despaired of vr fetting well, and I think it abould be
known that this valuable remedy will do for other what '
It ha don In my ease. . JOHN 0. LITTLB,
Witness B. M. Etaa. feeble Wwnhlp.
' ParroaTv., April 14,1857,
A WONDERFUL CUBB Soma Urn ego an old
nsljhborof min was very 111. with a bad oouh which' '
rary on uppoed tobeoonsamptlotu Hi rahtave
told me that hs bad taken vry remedy tbey heard ot
withoat benefit: his brother cam to see bha die. aad all -
were eon Armed In thblMf that aaM aw Ut. . I
had about th third of a bottl of your Pectoral Syrup,
which I cav him. and It tntlralv eund aim. to aha mi.
Unmeet of all. Wbat makea the ease mora tamswtmbi,
th extreme age of th man,Ub.lngaboutel(kty yar
old. I hav no doubt th Peetoral sand hi lire.
j.'... ... - ; iV.(:,j i. .. .: ,
BB. KlYSKn'B PlCToaat. ararra tw it itio
TILLB. Pleas ssnd m another supply 'of your vain- '"
abl "PMtoral Syrup." Atmoat rsybod nroaaaaa " ;.v
hat th oold and ar Inquiring for "Dr. Keyser's Pwtoral
Byrup." We hart sold sUleen bottle, last wrtk, and are
now eattrsly ut. . Mr. A. Alter asd t. f. kUber, hath
of BlalrsTlil, Pa . tell us they would not b without It
In their f am 11 lee. In fact, all who as it ea want h '
again. lours, rsepectiuiiy,
. i. B. WATTSKSUN St BON1
January 30, 1860. ,..4 -;.:- il'
A NOT H IK NBW CBBTiriOATBDK." rcVIEaa"
PBQTOBAL SYBUP. I had been iroabled with anub
and oold for tmnl weak o bad wa It that I eould not '
sleep.. I had ths adrlo and prescriptions from tbre of '" '
to btst physicians In theelly, whem leoaldname, kt do , ,
not do ao. I finally procured bottle of yoac Pectoral
Byrap, which cured m entirely. Blgned,
S3 Liberty street, Plttabann, P., Jan. , 18S0. ' ! ' '
'' - 1. :: ..1 tf.'id Li:.c
useiiD vtt 1 ".in ATTAnrvs h ixt. .. t ., ma.
to Kcyser's on Wood street and get a bottle of hU Couth "
Pectoral, and If that don't our you. rour a muaa ka o? . r
desperat Indeed." Shi I a specimen of the oolloqaw
n hears almost every day In oold catching periods ef -the
year. And w ean, frost sctal experiment, ehses-' , '
folly (oncur in th adrlter's admonition aa abera, tor wa
hare tried tha "Pectoral," In a moot stubborn aM. with. . . t 1
entire tueoss. Bear two weeks ago w went to PlUsbargb,. ...
with not th most distressing, oontrary, mullah, aa-"'' '
subduabi eaught W evv xperlno 4neaaa4vaat;.AiJ
upon this mundane sphere. . We oous bed ateadlly and
laboriously ror on wnoiwee mnorMH, or rsn easy , J-. '
but It was a go. Ia fact it sseraed rathe avlm , ; ,
prov4 by practice, and to have acquired (trengthjietea
ey and Bifrst6aHt by theoperailoa. Ia abi iaeo( '0 l a
theaege, wtooUjiwdourwayteKeyser', 140 Wood Bt. ,,
prosureda fifty cant bottl of th "Pectoral; took ft " . '
aooordieg to dlrctlona,aoh. forty-eight hears wa ware yn-.v
maater of th field, th enemy having aoeoodluooally. .
surrendered, after a brief but unequal oonfliot wlta ao "' '
rormidabi aa aavatnary as aeysr raawaa "Ueaga , j
frni."r-Prvmviii4 Oipftr,. Vi, 1858. .
1 -.!".!. ". "'';' . ..i.ivj eJ
BB. KBYSBB'B PBOTOXAB BYBUP m ataaafaS tad
old by Dr GBOUUsi at. AJtiaJUi. itu wm4 atnat, .
Plttabunh.Pa. " ' 1 V
H r (told la voiumaan ay auaaaxa si aJ.uaaj., .
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A. BXTRJC CURE.
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140 Wood si., Pittsburgh, P. ( , f
IO Soldln Colbo(byBOBSBTS BABnrBX.'U .l
oct!i7Stam. .-j., ,.. ,.,.:, j?ri,. ,
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and BttV:l"B"T..TAP!. It'.Crt V-.'..
ftOUlk, 8ALT, TSA, COrrliB, BUUAR, Ttiitaouti,
BKABBvKtiBto. "Du Stooa ha beea urcnad la i'.fi
BurtrnCltle during tna Paniaj )fl ;
, ,! iVWJa.i-.-' UXa.U.XJ..
and otrr main endearor will b to offer tnduoements ta '
CA&li MCl'SBX which arenolooeled by any iiooMta : ,'.
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