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mi :'YU. NO. 213. NEW SERIES ivlLUMUSbniO, TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 12,1861.
SIX LOLLIES r 12 TEAS
InurUMj la Adn&c
D iuiV. TIti-WEElLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
PPBtlBE BS AMP fBOPBIBTOBS.
1LT OSiea Bos. 86, 88 and 40, Sort- High .
TKHM8 INVARIABLY IN ADVANC-.,',, .
MU. .' - - 6 00 pryer.
Ey the Carrier, peT weeB, Wjj eantt .
trl-WeMv - - - """"r
tu-Miiate I yeai...M 00
!. ' ! inoi.tbs IH JJ)
)u " 1 montln U 00
y,,t :i month! 10 00
slue r fl month!
jr. i montu
.tiainer br tb 8q-re.
One luuare a weei..e "
o" " .Sw.eki.. 3 00
OnJ 'lwert... 175
On " 3 days... 1 00
On " Sdays...
I On. 1 insertion av
e.l advertlstmeot hlf mow thin th abov
jfdv.iUMmenU leaded and placed In th column of
l.t!cikl NotlCC,' -aOWWesaoor-""-W V
Xotlce. require to be fUedlVtar. leg. rate..
1 f w Jsreil on the inilde exclusively after "''
par cent, mom than Uie above rate.! but ill suoh wll
,pc;rS;ti. p.r,.r, In-
"DfttUSZi m,dor u
lvmc Tie rule will not be varied '' . .ttt,,
.rTtaK i 'stage lMhe Weekly wlU
all tin rates oi me usuy ...... .(-,,
Mo avertliement taken woept fur a dalU period.
eXgl'e bkass works,
Corner Hprlnu k Water St.
W. B. POTTS &; CO.,
r 1WC ACHINISTS,
And Manufacturer! of Bran ind Oompoiltlon Caitlngl,
rlnUuca uraw nor ui ,
Electroplating and. Gilding!!
, STENCIL CUTTINC. &C.
fM '00-dly - . --
-' j-.. A. B. 8IMKIII8,
yt ' '.'AND NOTA R Y PUBLIC.
UUIce i Hnlldln;, oppoilt Capitol Square.
- ' - COI.UMB08.OHWi
Machine Manufacturing Company
i '; HiMTJfiOTDMM 0
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CBtlBg, MHl-eetrlng, Mwhinwy.
f. . . ALSO, . ' ..- i
,' . ' " ov'trtM BIBCWrriOH. ,. . ,
" ; . COM !"Hl'S, OHIO.
OITAB- AMB08. Bup't P- AMB08,.Trea.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati. Dayton & Indianapolii!
i"' ," '.i Jrv.'lr.rr...
ThrouEb to inaianaDoiis wimuni. wuun v. ...
and but One Change of Cars between
iK,.. or.il R T.nnifl. '
vmumuw " -- f
"THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM.
k. .i " uvd.
.;.r" FIRST TRAIN.
ti. : (DallVt Monday! excepted.) '
N10UT EXPRK88, via Dayton, at 8: a. "..itop
. , J v.ni. nvtin. alidd letowo and Ilamil-
p,n ...wrr.Tr;tB:ifla. m.: Daton ta:4i
":TZn;. U.t 10:48 a.m.:tt. Uuli at 11:50
p, ,' "second train.
. AtlOOlIMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., itopptng at all Bta--tlon,tetweenOoliiinbuana
Cincinnati and Payton, ar..
ilTlng at Cincinnati ll:(fl a. m., Bayton t 9 -IS a. m
Ud,iTHiRb train; :;1,;; ;
BAY BXPKE8B,t 8:30 p. m., itopplDg at Alton,
,J.?JL. London.. Charloiton, Cedarvllle, Xenla,
flnvfnv vallev. uonrin. juurruw, .
loWand. M llfordand H.lnrllle, arriving at Olneln
natt at 7&0 p. m.t (, LouU at IS mi Dayton at S:3S p.
m.; Indlanoponiat iv.jq v
Bhlnr Cava An all lilflit Trnlua to
tflnclnntitl and Indianapolla.
CHECKED c THHOCOM
for furth Information and Through Tickets, apply to
Ticket ARent, V'
......,- ' " Buperintendent, Cincinnati.
lih.Uti' 1 V ;(,. tN(). w. POIIKKTX I
J UIJ :- .-1 ,- ; ,1
. t'i-t FANCIES i-
Back ertlolM ai you dteir tat ou BU8B AND
BeaaSy"""l'0,,W1" " i
t tufouvproptr tat your DAUGHTER.- ,, . .
fuehasyoaBIBTJtawlUjraMloofor, .- i
- . . bvathiih mitikuu i is , - it r'. . ''
iMb M o uoni tot III OSB YOU LOVH BEBT.t
ash a will be good for the " BLKBSH D BABY."
. v.wt fnand ta variety, la my new Stock of
ira-roiIEM CHAINS. JEWEI.BV,
,-o:'i : iUv a .'FIiATBI OOODSa s ' 'i
l. And faaaral asafcttaeni of ,"(.. u. .;:? -.
- i : . u Faiey and TJsaful Articles. . .--
, . , WM. BLYNN, '
' ; ' No. 10 Buckeye Block.
" 'JnitBeoeWedl , - !
v AREEN and BLACK
r. n.lni. Rio Oonet.
1 Brt pocket! old Dutch Government Java Coffee,
03. !undard f White Bagar., ooailstteil of Pow
. 60 quintal! Oeorge nana , c,
' 80 bbta. Meie and No. 1 Mackerel. !
' 10O hx. layer Balslns.
fiO hf . box do do
4lATla lw An Am
100 M Olgan, aiffecen't brands wdgrjaM.
MTM. ?OWER3 5c BRO
' ':ns.i itaL(M in iirroaTiD ahd dohtwht
' " BNUfl'. ;tli i'
V - . , AND IAN0Y ARTICLIB
iJteltEaat State Street, between HlpKaa
P.l.nmra.U01UmDUI. uuiu. WBiuioomi
.iM iAifti-V rwim.'
VTriHTK WHEAT) BBAWBED
" .o"? " um South Blgh street-
mi iRAS. Ie.AIWK, nfMnpti
- Vj cmi rates, vuuqn Ilw; fad
, ww are Bowofferloiat very lowprioe.
He. W louUtBlili Itrett.
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MANYPENNY A MILLER,
PUBLISH B8 0BIO aTATESUAV.
"No. 4 Grwvnno 51ock.
A. P. STONE & OHAKKA
a uenow beceivinotiieibwis-
them. No inch itock of Ooodi hM ever been brought to
.nl mlrket. The soutn, in conatquonuo . u. ..
h d; a tal. fait ha. for th.
i ,n n thrm at nubllo auction. Onr buyer
;:Y'vi,":''.-:".r..'... ...v. i... i... toon
(Mr. stone) oeinir in now ...o. .. ,R . ' "
advanta(ie of them, and we can and will lell our good!
here, at lesauiananyone uno puremu .yv
nald for them In New York. Our itock ii complete lu
evirj department of . ' i ; .i ' ' ,
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, '
OTTOMAN VELUUK.O, t
, . ' ' PRINTED MERINOS,
"' PRINTED COBURGS,
,i i - : ' DYED COBUGSj
SL FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALT. WOOL DELAINES,
-, . POPLINS, PRINTS,
," ' .. .. : . . DELAINi.3..
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Five Thausand Dollars Worth
Bought in One Day,
At one ball tbe Coat ol impoitatlon.
wiannfatare ! u. '"
there dc won.
HOSIERY . JEPAHTMENT,
Wool and Umb'i Wool; neooy i.uieu .uu -
OI erery wa...
ALSO i. e , ') t . ,
A complete assortment,, of aU"tli6;bsuaI vsrte-
ladies' cloths; J . v ,,,
. fiaeaTNirDPe ! ....
Ladiei' aadGeat'. Linea Cambrlo Hand
IxrcMefs, o.,' &C.
. v n An mm. w nlAficrt? Onr WtJItit
ibo then lh ltrgwt, Itest ndcho.pit rtock of Ooofli
evr Kootntnii marnov, or vy?u?m v " r
XWJSXX: v- a - TWW a- A'H ARB A,
gajQlByaa'fc"w r, ...
GOLDBfl HII I SHIRTS, '
OOLDEN BILL SHIRTS.
nni.nitM HILL AHIRTB.
iv .u thlna ara new. The Bodies. Yoxeii
ileevei and bosoms are formed to fl tho persoa with ease
IL .-nrt. Tha mark upon each one daolgnaUng tho
alaa may ba relied on as being correct, , and eachsb rt
pSSSS wsllm.de. A fca stock of .11 qu.litle,
rv, Watches and Jewelry.
. i.HnnTmPNT ur waiiin'
yon nana at . .. .v. nt jjniKPATRtOK'8,
i i I M ,Ko.T6J,BoBthlghtroeoiuiBiis,y.
i-jrf" Tfttohei anil rfeweiry
TA.Ni)V 9bji w
" Mior niaalcal Purpaeee." .
ttJM RANDDTJES. WINES. CORDIALS, ABB BU
X nas, from
. . , . WM. McDONALB;
- ' .
annih Hlrh Itrret.
JbUL Ol -jwWiM. ivi '-i-i tATri'la
sTf--ll W-XlvlVW ' "- ' e
: , .TK F.
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN-
. nAVINO A CIRCULATION
LARGER BY 8EVEB&L THOubanub
Than any other paper In Ohio, ouUide of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
. Which CANNOT FAlt to brio
Npeedr d Bemunerauve saexurw.
To Uiote who take advantage of than.
Dlitrlbuted u It Is through every Poat Offloe In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
Whose patronaga U valuable, and who seldom see
Daily Kdllloni of city Jouroali; and as only
A Limited Kamoer or Aavertuementi
' Are Inserted In Its column!, appoprlately and
ft j. - ..v 1 ; .
. . THIV CiHMOT nllTO
. OV ALL I
AdverUrlng In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will
It advantagoui In
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which l! almost certain to follow an extemlvo dlisemln
atton of s knowledge of their builness
AMONQ . C0TOTBY viDEAIEEtS I
ADTBRTISKMBHTS INTBNDBD 0R
Tho Weekly Statesman
. . , banded In before Friday noon.
t. RAITTII man
i" 1 1
HOWARD & CO;
Mil t. AT NO. fi:
J and examine our sear nu bi
mnnrn,.tt,rl b B. IIOWARD Ik CO . Boston,
These Watohee ara fas aupeilor to anything ever
in th nuhllo. bamtorore. llTlDg uie exoiuiire
1 1 can aell them at prices to suit Ihe times. I have
I recsived a large itock of . .
manufactured by APPLGT0K, TRACY, at CO ;
englis.ii psn stviss watches,
in Gold and Silver Cawi,at Panic prices.
1,03 W. J. BAVAQB.
- IIEnnT KCSULEK,
(Late of Phalonl SitabUshment, V. T.,) Popristoro
tha New York iihioawe abavtng, uair
be given In all th various branches. Ladles
uniidraB' iiair vnwui i
EATl.fSinF.Nts NECK IKS,
SENTLBMbH'B NHOB. Tin. o, ' .-
, , . ABNTI.RUEN'a NBO& TIES.
Th aot deesrable asuortmentla the iiy nd
ly low prlee.- , ... '' ; 1 fiuAi.
BOTWT. iHiui A .-V.Y. BB.,WWl.WH.
. TJILKUANC t?.AIN HA-AUtv. Hsa,ta.s
JLi Btret Basque and Nanlic; also, men inmnis
anu avsif w wf,,i i,r
,maywj ,..-m..i r,.: l; ,ti
'A .Bg.aNI AFPLI tl
V ' 100 bbli. Cholc Apples rwelved on eonslrnmeht
form eu ,.,.. ; .
i i n! .
dcKSB sc BHBTIK4UX.
M ft. High
L Jb ni. .5"i ;.,.bo- 'rS,r'1--
41" F?a u:;,. il-ajt sa u l-i
IT WblM fd-di BlWKt Jofl fWITW m
.NCI' LINE AWI SJH.K FANS
NAMES. The Ohio Statesman
Irt- weaav, per f w
The Year's Progress of Great Rritain.
i The approaching year brings round the ap
pointed decennial period for taking the Census1
In the kingdom ; and U will be an Interesting
feature to notice what has been tha progress
made by tha agricultural class what relative
position It now bears, as to numbers, to the oth.
... .Til,, unnb. anil
er Industrial oocupnuu "jp
.h.t ara th marked features of advance ode-
dine in improvements of land, cuMvationvinA,
ohinery, live atocit ana oiner ueu. FrD
mature, perhaps, to enter into anything like an
inquiry, particularly when founded npon mere
estimates of imperfect and incomplete date.
Tula Inquiry, however, will come at a most in
teresting period, because we shall be able to in
atitute a comparison of agriculturitl progress
with our brethren on tbe omer sme oi toe At
lantic. The American Census has junt been
taken, and will be mucn more mil ana com
plete In all Its beads oi inquiry yuoging irom
the nature of the forms) than we can expect to
obtain In this country. But whether, loosing
at the machinery employed, ana up vsbj neia
of innnlrv to be covered, It will oe nan so
nininm . nnr own. Is auite anotner matter.
By attempting too much, the American gov
ernment will fail to insure that uniformity
which is so essential In sucli oinciai invesuga-
Another reason why the census of 18C1 will be
of Interest, is, that in the following year we are
to have another International Exhibition; and
it 1H hn well to Bhow onr friends and visitors
what has been done hero In national improve
ments aa regards the cultivation of the soil,
the comparative yield, the reariDg and iuorease
of stock, the economy of labor, beneficial modes
of cultivation, and harvesting of crops, approv
ed novelties in machinery, and the general re
sults from improved bkui and ooemicai researen.
In all that relates to agricultural improvement,
th other nations, and in friend-
l rnmnpiliinn. let us be able at least to hold
our place, even If we do not as we ought to
rtr ri. w n is we nave oeeu bcuuiux iuuu
to every part of the world Improved agricultu
ral implements ana ateam engin, uu imru.'
H ofnfif . lot. n annw mil we nave euue -
nwwlnir ar bv vear.and that ten years' skill,
capital, and experimental research have not
been thrown away, i ne neiu ui luquirj w.cr
such a period, and embracing so many subjects,
is too wide to do justice to in one article.
TPva UI o-lanca at the Imnrovcmenta in ag
.ir-iilhiral Imnlements and maohlnery, we shall
find a very great progress has been made, and
attended with vast economy ot time and money,
whether it ba in the more general adoption ot
imitlvntoM. scarifiers. 4c three and four times
the breadth of ploughs, ever tne oia system oi
ninnohlncr the more eeneral use of horse hoes,
sowing-maonines, uu urine, i rem viui-cu-glnes,
too, have superseded the old horse
thmBhlni? machines, at a reduction of time and
einen9eoffullvonehird. There are now from
20.000 to 30.000 steam engines employed
tbe farms of tbe kingdom, and this number Is
being every day added to, witn consequent aa
mntHiro of increasing the labor power and per
fnrminir the work more ouickly. What should
we have done in many instances of late, without
the reaping machines, which have been so use
full ' Somethinc has been done, too, with
atnam-nlnnehs and traotlon-encines, with end'
less rails and other contrivances: although much
yet remains to be done In this direotion, and In
the more general adaption of steam to farm
enlture and farm operations. Portable combin
ed thrashing maohlnes with finishing dressing
muhinM.ind manv other novelties.areoTidenoes
of the practical skill of onr machinists, and of
' ... . . 1 . L. . 1. 4 I
their appreciation ana auupuuu vj u. "nmug
interest. The increased a cm an a lor oncaKe
breakers and bone mills, mark an era in the use
of these Important aids to the farmer. Ten
years ago, oilcake as an article ot import was
scarcely mentioncd.either for feeding or manure;
" i ne nnn . i ; j
now our imports exieca au.uuu ions, ueeiuea
what is made at homej and of bones we also
obtain foreign supplies to the extent ot B&.UUU
tons. So witn mtra'e 01 sous, wrgeiy ueu ior
the soil, our imports have doubled in ten years,
rAachlns now 48.250 tons, of which probably
one-half la cmploytd as a fertilizer. Our guano
imports have also aouoica. uoproniea were
scaicely known tea or twelve years ago; and
now 30,000 tons are raised annually (according
to Mr. Robert Hunt's statements) from Cam
bridge and Suffolk, besides others imported
Irom t rance ana Belgium, juuecu, m uuuuug
has there been a more marked advance than In
the extended manufacture and general nse of
artificial manures, which have had so benefic
ial effect on the increase of our crops.
Tbe lmprovemets cnectea in arainge, in mi
nurlng, and in more emuiui cultivation ami
aropplng.lt would be difficult to fully appraise.
Bat those who have had opportunities of trav
ersing? the country can beat estimate the re-
markaDie improvoiueuw wui cuiukcu. .
' It is by meant of these Improvements in til
lage and implimenta that, with an Increased
population ot $3,000,000 souls, we have yet
haafl aniR to maHlt ejUCll Wi naMWi nana, sumvv -
i. an addition to our foreign imports. The
i.i.,n aunnlies of wheat iii 1850 in round
were 3.739.000 ouarters, and of
uu..-.-. --- i .oru.L.i .
flnur a.gau.uwJ cwta. la ioj too impuriB wcr
wheat 4 000,000 quarters, and flour 3,328,000
nmm. And It should be remembered that the
"."08 Industrie, draw somewhat large-
ly npon wnea. auFli..j k'
then, In the increased demand for starch, for
laudrv nurpOSes, lorenuouiug luunu, iui ijuu.
labels. &o. The consumption oi starcn cannoi
be lesfl than 30,000 or 40,000 tons a year, prin
cipally from wheat; which involves a large con
mhiai nn m ir rriiii
Th. mil extension of the kingdom has
h. .nnther medium by which agriculture
" . . .. ..&.. t iain .u...
has been matenaiiy neneuiea. ia io-
.era bnt 6.733 miles of railway open; last year
tbe extent ot lines naa mcreaoeu to un; ,
nnn n. in nneratton. These have been great'
ly Instrumental In bringing remote districts into
more close communication, and In affording fa
cilities for the transportation or agricultural
iia stock, timber, and other supplies.
L rfi.trlct. are however, yet remote from
, I .. .nl lit la a nnaatlon whether
.. railway '---.-,. ,.M
I li.L .m mraa milfUb UUI e-rem uuuiuiuvutii
jAa In onmfl localities where an expensive
uuwu " . . , , ; : ,
..tlMMll WOUianOtpajJ SIM tuciuk . u.
Bosaible for the farmer to employ the steam
knwer at his command with greater economy
and effect upon the lano, m preparing anu sou
i.. w,m farm nroaucs hj uiaiikui,.
TCTiug u.. r-- r. ... th.t
It was statea iu iu. - " "r";'-
""... u..i.l alfantanttha In-
one of tne ootiuu. y -r- :r.
crease or popniaiion
. it.n r land to each person
prupun.iv- -. anoh.that. in
ana tne. ueora.- ----- - . -
firnthalf or tne presens wu j, iuoui.
r"!fTi ..h nerson living has fallen from
to3.7 acres la Great B.ltain; fron. 4 , to 2 .ore.
t 1-.l..il aktil W slIRH. AB SjUD UUUU1BIIVU
tbe last ten year -"-v.:
nnn nnn i.la relative DrODOrtion Of land
I in ii.uiui suia a
uniting ---r lngUUently been further reduced.
and b.n brought Into eacn mom a duiBuiuu,
"7.3. boa. who have retired,
. ,, " Tu". n,.eA In -ark-ltUf-l DUMttlta
i weuaa w-w s-T- ----.,-...
i uu; www
iiutrlcta from each other has been
educed at the ratio of 3to9 labor has been
innn.tr haa been organized In towns:
J .U n MnanMTV OI DrOUUCO. Wliuvr wunwi'fl
aancles ana nru't". wi
mass, largely Increased, and ia Increasing at
.-.isd aata r,nn inn THirjuiBibiuu
Tha strtreitate numbrr estimated as employ.
ad in agriculture, -."-". . man
i .ir . . 1 1 1 1 nrt mnrn t inu wcbb bubwv-
IfZcfy half lnMgft
K.ln u, exoUln tbU. First, the numbers
ninu nf land, irom leaa than five no to twenty
acres. - The nearest relations ot farmers, if
aged fifteen years or more, and resident on tne
farm, are placed by the Census in tha agricul
tural class, as it Is presumed they are more or
leea engaged in farming pursuits. There were
.200.UUU out door agricultural laborers return
ed In 1851.
In Scotland, the number of farmers and of
holdings returned was 56,659, and of pasture or
moor-land 1,666,491 acres In the hands of
3,203 holders. Tbe number of men employed
as laborers wai 33,512, and of women, ts,io.
In the islands on the British seas, the nnmber
of farms and farmera was 3,968, who employed
,886 men and 32 women aa laborers.
Next year we shall prooaoiy ne awe w u"-
tnte a comparison as to numbers between tne
present and the past, and to note what effect
emigration, and tbe improved toolal condition
of the masses, have had npon tne laDor ques
tion. Tbe increase of live siocs. lumeten
years will be anotner interesting ""?""" "
aa bearing npon tne looasuppiyi uu wiu
h. .hint turfce whether cattle breeding and
sheep raising keep peica with the larger wants
of the community. ...
We know that in ireiana, in mo u
the eattle have increased by 100,000; the sheep
and pigs have doubled. Tbe Increase in horses
there has been much smaller, only amounting
to about 10,000 increase we nave aisw ui
data for Scotland. . ' .
In 1850, tbe number of horses in oreat Brit
ain, aa far as eanbe ascertained, belonging to
farmera, was, sub.oJ nsea soieiy itr uuuuu
ry; 30,848 usually employed for husbandry, al
though occwlonally In drawing burthens; em
ployed by market gardeners 2,290; by bailiffs
andberdsmen 1,486; horses never having been
used 19,136, and breeding mares J.JJt. i oese,
with perhaps a few thousand under other classes
omitted, make a total of about 37U,uuu Dorses
smi.lfnAd in husbandry, ana tne tuiei uuinuer
of all kinds. Including young horses, ponies,
.nl m u. eonaideredtO De aDOUl iuu.uvu.
" a If rt i
What the present number it wouia oe aimcun
to state. Ireland, however, nas aoout aov.uuu;
Scotland 190,000. In 1851, Mr. Tool estimated
that thera wera 4.200.000 head of cattle, XB,
.WO 000 sheen, and 1 .500,000 pigs in Great
It is needless to follow out these guess-won
estimates: for It is to be hoped that we may
K. hefnrn annther tear rung out. some rell
able data aa to the special and aggregate value
of our land under culture, the extent of the
croDS iralsed, and tbe live stock maintained,
h oh ma minra an inaex oi our ureesu.
cultural wealth, and of the progress made by
tbe enterprise, capital, and preserving inaustry
of nnr farmers and Braziers In the last ten
The Best Breed of Swine.
Aorinnl ' who r!ts he has had considers
hi. rnpripnca with most if not all the breeds
now known In the West, talking of the best
breeds, Bays, in the Vallty tamer ;
"First on the list, without hesitation, 1 place
tha Cheater County White breed. 1 nave
fnnnd horn of this bteed to be perfectly naray
nrolifio breeders, and good nurses; thriving
well in our climate, ana ucuer-our mauugruicut
nttnininir a wctcht from four to five hundred
pounds, with good treatment, at the age of from
tvaiva tn eighteen months, and beinCi In fact,
all that could be desired of a bog. They are
quiet and peaceable, and good grazers, and fat
ten very rcadilv at any age you may desire.
The next breed on the list I would place the
recently imported Berkshire. They fatten
readily on a small amount of food, are good
breeders, attain good average size, and are
great Improvement on the old Imported stock
that nnlnr KlAf-k. la an obiectlon. but this
only skin deep, and some think that black bogs
ara leaa liable to skin infeotions than white
If the Suffulka had a little more hair and the
pigs were not quite so tender they would strong
ly contest the first rank, we mean the late impor
tations. Tola oreea nas oeeu greuuj imru-cu
.;hi tam nears. The crosses of this breed
on tbe Irish-grsziers and our common breeds,
make a decided improvement. no crusem w
keep much fatter, and mature earlier than the
common breed, ana an eapeneuucu f"""
go among a large herd ot the same age, having
the same carei and very readily pick out the
half breed Suffolka by their being in much better
condition. The Essex are too poor breeders
h a a nure.breed but cross well on oth
er large coarse breeds. But taking all things In-
to consideration, it win i uimw.
breed possessing more good traits for Western
men, than the Cheater White. And those who
are raising hoga would find the roes Of this
h, nf inestimable value. It would Increase
their size, lmprove,tbeirfortn, hastentheir ma
turity, and what ia more important than all else,
materially lessen the amount of food Tor
given nnmber of pounds of pork. This too would
ba the case with all the breeds mentioned
none of tbe other breeds combine bo many ex
ccUent qualities. Prairit Farmer.
JOHN H. STEKLEY
will attend to tho
POSTING AKD M8TBIBUTIN0
mixs IN THIS CITY.
All order! left at the Office of the StatMtnm will
promptly attended to. Jinu-ir
miie sTTRKritlBEHS. DBALinu
I a Staple Artlcla. will furnish employment
afewaoitvameBtoaetai ageota for their house.
preference will be given to those who are well acquaint-
CU 111 UB ! w awa -
nr which aenrlcea they ara willing to pay a salary
$600 to $800 pir year, and Expanses.
For further particular! address
v W. B. MOREHOUSE! CO.
3 and S, Excuanso Place,
i.-iftj-im Jrey City, N.J.
Lt stock of DRY GOODS from No.
ram No. 121 South
street, to hi old stand. No. 46 North High Street,
Thompson s nuuuing, wuere
hi! old customer, and all new one that may some,
... ti, ii ih wi mui.
" " ." 5V x iii
a lam lot or VAsrai. on uauu, u nu
at cost, for cam, to oiose las swoa.
anl8:dlm Comer High and Bay m., uunmoai.u.
- B.B. Bowman -
W tl.ii.kl al.l
nv tihti k u a a. a an va '
15 to me directed from tho Superior Court of
count. Ohio. I will offer tor saieon
Thursday tha 14th day of rebruary, A. p.
n O u I. fmnl nf J. W. HnoddTl BtOIO.
m. .r '..t.mn Wranklln count. Ohio,
following described properly to-wlt: One bay hone,
,.n a,M..niia colt about two yoar old, and on
.ni -hn. .M,. I.Tld oa aa thenronerry of P. Tahler.
" ' ... ,',n..uiU
febS-lOtd by Ed. Davl, Deputy.
l.vr I ; 10HJI S WJWU--s
HaxHATTSW, oamam, anu -t,-..
New Yoaas MaRciuim' and Cm Fnt or HaaTVoaa
Niw toaa Lira and Coart. Mtrroal Livas
Office, 81 nip- "aTaare" di
Hi Gold Embossed Tarlatans, the Utest norelty.
White and Colored Tarlatan: White ParH-Ml In
artlne Bvenloc obr, Plain party Jj
aecSl Ro.8 South Illgh
(NAPP & OO.'S
From and after this datt we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY WE PER CENT,
in ORDtaro auxa toon roa oua
Our assortment is still good,
rind it is known to every
one that our
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO DO NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OV
KNAPP & CO,
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
o II i u .
S Tone of Featbere and 60 Tone of
Nos. 3C, 38 & 40, North High St.
HAVINQ MOVED INTO MY
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILE BOTH HAVE BEEN
WITH -. .
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &c
IROM TBI 0ELBBRATXD FOUNDRY Off
T. WHITE A C0 27EW YORK,
THTTS MAKINO IT TBI
Most Complete Establishment
IN THE CITY.
am now prepared to Execute all Orders for
BOOK XTO JOB
And In the Most Approvsd Style of tha Art
' PARTICULAR ATTmTIOir TAID TQ 1 1
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Bill Ladlasjt Clrcalare
Bit It HsaS) ! etianas, uesas.
Pray Ticketa, Uegiatera,
HOW CARDS & BIUS IN COLORS,
one 8ehOOl an College CaUloguas,
: i XH VXI0FES,
Ulnstrated Show Bills,
FOR COU1TTBY 10lCltan,S, v
(how Bills, Hand BUU, labela, Concert
aram-iea, BOBOOi ana vouen M-amem, so
tel Bllla of rare, InvitaUoaa,
0T EVEB.Y DESOHIPTION '
KUeellaneoaa Pamphlets, !
' Conatltatlona, Baperta, Brlafa,
Printing in Gold and Colors
Jrtnted la Every Color o a
1' A TIV flaw! t aa A
j-iumuiObJi aluu vjr aaaauua
,', The sBly ttm af the kin tn Ceatral Ohio.
i y bWIIU! tK eotng any anAall Of e ba
Von of wera, ar w -, '
salgofM WWK aww .ewtv " r -
HTpVAU"lUboTfPlly hthe ttmtrioialssd.l
I .7.. 6hU BAVINS.
' rm INTITl ATTINTIOtt to mm of tbe ami
t raordlnary cures by aiy
. . .' .'.' i ,.: i
They ara at home, and any one who baa doubt oaa la-.
' . . 4
Dt. K1T8BR IS PRWPARID AT ANT TIH1 To
FXAMINB LUN08 WITHOUT C1IARQI, IOK ALL
THOBI WHO MKBD BIS MIDI01NBS. .
AtTXNB TO TOUR COLDS -A eaae of Bv Tear1
taudlnf eured by PR. KEISBRt flOTCRAL STKCP.
PrrTnoaan, Jan. 11, I860.
Pa. Kivna : My wife baa been afflicted with a aaa
cough and dUBoulty of brratbinf, for fle or elx years, .
which , for several years back, bad fradaally increased la
Tiolenee. I he oomplalnt has been aoreditary, aaa aao
bad been treated by several pbyatelam without any re
lief. Ia this state of bar ease, I procured soae of year
Pectoral Oouah Arm. I bonebt. the Brat time, a ta w
cant bottle, which relieved bar very rauefc i I then called
and f ot a ooiiar bottle, waicn care a set eerareiy, aaa
aba has bow no trace of the fanaer dlstaso, eicept waak-
neee. 1 would also state tnat 1 asea uo meaieuo y
self toaeoldandoough. Tho (Mdloino eared rae by tak
log one dose I express my enure aatura.-uoa with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this if you
dfllro to do so. WM. WILSON,
Aldorraaa Firta. War.
PiTTssnaait, No. 18. 185b".
Da. Kmn: Although not aa adroeata of Patent
Hedirloee. ia general, it afford! mo pleasure tadeecrlba
bla to recommend your Pectoral Syrup. A a medicine
It Is well wortbr tbe atlenttea ol any person woe stay In
any Banner be afflicted with eoughi, colds and hoarseness
ol any bind, ana ior tne peeauar quauaoauoD tor ro
movta all that disagreeable sensation attending a so-
I have been, more or lees, in my uie, anaeua wua in
aevereet of eoldi and hoarseness. At time! my throat
won Id become soolvsed a to prevent myepeakinc above
a wtaisper, and by taking a tew dose of tbe above Syrup
It would reiieTO mo onumy .
In reoommendlns this medicine, I mast unheal tatterl
say that it it the beet remedy I ever found, purporting to
oare Uie above, nor anouid any lamiiy pa wiuoui tna
remedy for diseases so prevalent.
Vonre, most reepeotfally,
DWAHD i. JOMJfd,
Cuhlor Cliiseae' Deposit Bank.
6iiummx,0., March 14, 1PS9
I have used Dr. Keysets Cough Syrup for a bad cough
of several years Handing, and can ebeerfully say it Is
tbe best medicine for the same that I hare ever ttken .
i. W. PRIOB.
COL. PRATT AHD DR. ECTSBR'S PXCTOEAL
StatOP. Da. Kavum Dear Sin Bxcoeo tbe deley of
my acknowledging tbeoxoellenco of yoar Pectoral Cough
Syrup sooner. I take great pleasure la saying that it la
all you say it Is. It knocJud Uu iwU outoj my covpA
and the worst one I was ever afflicted allbj I save not
dm 1 mora than one-half of t he bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted would giro it as fair a trial
as 1 have done, and they will be proud to say, "It is bo
quack medicine." I would not euffer another each an
attack for any contlderai Ion, or at any cost. lam con
fident I can breathe more freely than I ev-r did. I shall
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing so
excellent a remedy. Tou are at liberty to ase my same
in this regard, as yow uidk proper av w. ruaTT,
messenger uommoa uouncu, ritueurgn, ra.
Pittsburgh, May 11, l&ll-
N. It am ao stranger to my fellow-cttisena, and
who entertain doubt! can contult me personally.
PiTTUcaaa, April 84, 1837.
RBAD THB TBDTH.-Da. K-raaa: I Bare a daaga
ter who bae taken asTcral medlcinn for a bad oauaa,
without benefit among them Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a bottle of your PBOTO-AX
8T&UP, and before aha had used half a bottle abo was
relieved. The second bottle eured her entirely of bet
cough. JOHN DAKIN,
Robinson street, Allegheny .
PrrreacBaw, rreembor, 31, 1U3.
A ORIAT CURB BY DM, KBVb-B'd PBUTOBAL
SIRUP. I lire In Peebles townehip, Allegheny county
I had a ooughing ana spitting, walea commenced about
the 4th of kebruary laat, and continued eight months. I
employed tho best physician! In tbe country, and my
oougb continued unabated unUl early In Oolober. At
that time I waa advised to try your PBCTORAL COUGH
SYRUP, which I did, and after I had taken oaa bottle I
waa entirely free Irom me oouguing ana epittlng. 1 Bad
despaired of ever getting well, end I iblnk It should be
known that this Tamable reweiiy win ao ior others wnai
It has done in my case. JOHN O. LITTLK,
Witness B. H. Kxaa, reebles townblp.
P.TToa Tr., April 14, 18S? .
A WONDERFUL CURB. Some time ago, an old
neighbor of mine was very til, with a bad eoagh which
every one supposed to be consumption. Ills relatives
told ma that he had taken every remedy they heard of
without benefit; hi brother came ta see kirn die, and all
wera eon firmed lo the belief that bo oould not lire. 1
had about tbe third of a bottle of yoar Pootoral Syrnp,
whlehlgeve Bis, and it entirely eured him, to tboaetoa
ishment of all. What makes the ease mora remarkable,
Is the extreme age of tho maa, bo being ebeot ebthty yean
old. I hare no doubt thd Pectoral saved hi lire.
DR. KXYBXR'S PECTORAL BYRUP IN ELAIRS-
TILLK. Pleeee send m another supply of yoar valu
able "rector I Syrup." Almost everybody around a
has the cold and ara inquiring for "Dr. Keyeer1! Pectoral
Syrup.- Wo baT sold slxteea bottles last weak, and ara
now entirely out. Mb A. Alter and Mr. P. Maher, bo Ik
of Dlairivlilo, Pa , tell us they would not be without it
la their families, in tact, an woo use u one want It
again. Yours, respectfully,
, d. niu .Acvii m pvns
Jauuaiy 30, 1P60.
ANOTHER NEW CKRTIf IOATB DR. KEYSBR'B
PKOTORAL SYRUP. I had ban troubled with s oougb
and cold tor eenral weeks o bad eras it that I soold aol
ileep. 1 had tbeadrk and preeeripiloae fia three t
tbe best phyateoe la tbe city, whom 1 ooeld nam, bat do
not do so. I finally procured a bottle of yoar Pectoral
Syrup, which eured aao entirely. - Signed, .
' i. W. BUlOKTON,
S36 Liberty street, Pittsburgh, Pa., Jaa. 9, I860,
"STOP TBATJ00UQBINO." 'How eao I do ttf "0
to Keyset's on Wood treet and get a betu of alaOoogb
PaotoiaUaad if that doo't oar yo. yoar eaaeaaMbe
dasperata indeed." Ibis la a specimen of tho ooiioquy
ons bears almost erery diy la oold eetehUig pertede f
th year. And wa can, from actual experiment, cheer
fully concur la the adrlser's admonition a abevo, (or we
ha tried th "Peotoral," la a most stnbbora aasa, Willi
entire suoccsa. Near two week ago we wont to Pittsburgh,
with one of tho moat distressing, contrary, mails, aa-
subduabl oough we ever experienced stios aar advoat
upon this mundane phr. W coughed steadily and
laboriously ior one wooie wa, in aopm n nrmv m r s
but it w no go. In. feet H ssmsi rather t hare aa
pro red by praotlo, and to have aoqulrad (tmgth,pta
ey and iUfrriM2fy by th ope ration. Ia this Magoof
Use agt w oouioed our way so eyr aaa an.
peaenrada fifty eeat bottl of tbe -Peotoralj" took U
sooordleg so direction, and la fortyeignt Hoars wa wan
master of lb aeld , in enemy trui( ooouuuionaiiy
surrendered, after a brief but anequal aoufliotwIUt ao
formidable aa aarei-u ryi m -"J ww . -vaaga.
Pectoral." JXonntmm mpptr, vo m, uau.
via. K-YiBB'S PEOTORAt BYRUP a aranarad aad
h Dr OBORO- U, KJtYSSB. 140 Weed tm
Pittsburgh. Pa. - .
lf aoio in voiumoaa ny ausaau r aaus.
A. BTJRK CTjnac '. "
Prepared and sold by Ss.-'.V,.'',,
140 Weed st Imisasnth, Pa
ri ; ! i. i . -i 1 .. Tl i I ''I ' I Ml o.Ht Wt.
T7 Sold In Co lu tab as by ROBERTA A SAMUEL.
,:ou7:Stwilm. r , , , , .j , ,.,..; ..)
Price, 45 cents.
. . v, 1
-a "W-a -a e-nn i
N. St Nerlh lllfti Street,
, . . . . . : i 'rl 1 OOLCMBl'A OHIO,
H" ABlw SIANtb AT WnoUTB
and KeUll, F1NKKT STAI'I.I fcrtoi'HUES,
riOUB, SALT, TBA, COf rial, BUUAH, TOBAITO,
PK8ARS, Etc ,Eto. Our flock bin been purcbssed la
KrJtern (hlleidurlug 111 Faille, '"
y i . .. AnAMVA w Kdk . A,t, 4, .1 iimnlaT l
CASltBVXSM Which are nnt etoelca t,y any as
thaOlty. " ' " i