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.'.'TUESDAY, EVENING, FEB.ja.lBUl
', ' ' , f 14 Adams Express Company places ns daily
' r uudrobiiRatiooi, to U for the Tory latest papers
from the eastern cltios. -" ;
, The American Exprora Company has our
..t ibankflfor iw daily favori in the ihape ofthe
'- wy latest eastern papers. " : ' j
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i i,', ST. Hoaaca Griblt spent yesterday "after-
noon and last night in this city. Many surmis-
r .: ae tM float as to the obieotof his visit. We
"Vbeliere ha lectures in Cleveland, on Thursday
, evening next.
- -Oodrv's Ladt's Book foa Masch There
is no end to the enterprise of GoDiv-Every new
number ol his Lady's Book comes out with a
fresh attractions. The Illustrations of the.spring
" fashions la this, the March number, are superb,
There is a largo sheet of these fashions, add!
tional to the usual variety of engravings, with
which the ladies will be delighted. The front.
. isolece In this number is a choice and most
splendid engraving of- "Christ Blfsjlng Little
' Children.' The embellishments In this num
. ber of Qodkt are equal li not superior to those
in an previous one. ... , I
,'-,7, Running over the contributions In prose and
poetry, we find them, equally as attractive as
tbeembelUhments. The delightful satire of
' Mr. and Mrs. Rashm is continued. The sev-
t etal departments of "Drawing Lessons," "Mod
"el Cottage,!' "Department for , Children,"
'Health Department," and "Original Music
are features which should render the Lady's
Book a welcome visitor to every one
The price of the Book la three dollars a year.
Address L. A. Godit, Philadelphia.. .
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PawioNT Filton om Stekl Pr. At the
examination of the FraminRham, Mass , Nor
mal 8chool recently, President Fklton and oth
era made addresses. The President proved to
" be "sound on the Boose" by a historical and
. philosophical defence of that muoh-abused ant'
. m wal, and by a special eulogy oi the goose quill
He spoke In strong terms of the serious effects
of steal pens, their tendency to injure or paral
" Its the nerves cf the arm. Sad proof
of this influence bad come under bis own
. knowledge. , His predecessor, Dr. Walkir, and
' at least six of bis acquaintances, had received
permanent injnrv from the habitual use of steel
' Tut Bist Union Smtimint Next Thursday
evening, at Armvy Hall, the Ladies Festival
for the benefit of the Orphan's Home takes
place. We have been favored with a sight of the
premium whloh the Lidiea .connected with the
. ,Homt, have prepared to be presented to the
i- mVa artall fiirniali fit tha Foatival thjthpat
i jVIBVM. " a...... . ... ......
Union sentiment. It l something handsome
and well worth possessing. We trust that there
. Is genius and patriotism enough among us to
, eause many ohoioe and noble sentiments to bo
' furnished by competitors for tho prize. '
' (ETThe first Bible printed In America, was
published in 16G3. It was the famous Indian
Bible of the celebrated "Indian Apostle," John
Elliot. Printing the English version of the
Bible in this country was prohibited by law, it
being a monopoly prlvilego in England.
Though fifteen hundred copies of the Iudlan
' ' Bible were printed, it is now quite rare, and Is a
' -eealed book to all persons now living, aa the
knowledge of the Indian tonguo into which
Elliott translated the Scriptures, has become
. eztinot. , '
. u" BTIqCInclnnatl, on last Sunday iright, a
s - S AmvitAMV Rir.TVNATVIN
j J""ft w"..
. 1 was stabbed to the heart and Instantly killed.
The parties accused of the murder are both
youths the One, Chas. Klinolir who confesses
that be struck the fatal blow, is only seventeen
- year of age, and the other, Anton Brioler,
jointly accused with htm, Is only nineteen. They
bive been both committed to prison for an x
animation next Saturday on a charge of mur-
'j Do not ac Araaio or Fun. It is the opinion
of many eminent physiologists and philosophers
1 that tne mirtn-ioving aiue ui uuiu.u uui
too little cultivated and indulged la the United
' , States; that we are disposed to run Into the ex-
x . - .. .i . . L. - . t r i
. remeoi asccfcioaiu, iu n u..uvv..aiu . v.u. -
- ilea for humor and mirth, wniob pugni not to oe
,' stifled or Ignored, for, rationally Indulged, tbey
' oontribnte to good health and sound morals.! .
Tmi iNEsaiATi Asylum of Niw York. We
a It ttated that anolications to the nnmbe r of
4,310 have been made from every State in the
tt I I r.tm n.a.f rnnnii in niAtr inn
UUlUBi .UU uuui vtv.j " J - ' -
Sum, for admission as patients to this instltu
tion. The asylum, which will aocomodat e 400
natlfntn. will be read? for occuptney in the fall.
Tha funds of the invitation bavo been oontrl-
.3. . bated by almost evertMot-a and villaie In the
" ' State, and the eorvice of agents, oflicere, and
, ' truuees have bean gratul tously rendered.
irrneumatlo mill dispatches are under ex-
V f erlment both In London and la Paris. In tubes
.'-llrom whloh the air U, exhausted by small
..uuim Misine. movable pistons fiUiue tightly
' , 1 are made. to carry leiiera ana pap mu tuo
,' ' . ' general postoffice to the various stations, where
, ' ' 4hey are taken out and delivered. Carriers are
thus spared miles of walkings The rate of die--patch.
will be forty miles an hour, -n '
.;'.v'-i; t mi "" ! '
4 ' ' r . ra..i rrt,rta lattaa whn Vl bta
offered to contribute Cream to the Orphan's
Festival, are hereby requested to send the eame
to Mrs. John Miller's, on High St., Wednesday
evening or early Turaday momlng. 1
By order oi committee of Ways and Means;
MRS. H. D. COOKE,
Secretary pro tem.
Luqy Stone recently made a speech Insisting
' " . that the election of women, as well as" men," to
r '' 1 " 1J I . .La rtinni. nf li&
vongreest wDuiu iuipvv .Bu u.-. j t
body. Aa exenaogo susptcu tnai m inai vaae
the bablt of "pairing ofif ," would be more com.
; mon than It is now.. '" '
O" Some years ago a.Massachusetta Lleuten
si'intGorernor fleet waeoalledoa for aipeech
He acknowledged tho honor, and added that he
... had n doubt; be shooli make a good Lieutenant
f Governor, aa thai was the offloe he had atways
- V.U I- t,l. V - ' ' v " '
u . OTA Mrs. Bcrch reoently dlod In the town of
JanlussNew York, at the ago' of one hundred
' and 'twelve years. 'Bhe -wa married ninety
f i- yeav ago. ' i 4 'i'-u't't'- i
. : o r. STBuVtfal lovers should go stating with their
-" sweet-hesrtA, becanse they may then hare an
oppottonlty to break the loe.-s ... ., "
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Mr, fjUNOM D. Oaqi lectures at Iadian-
- spoils this evening, on "Cuba." . . j
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At Aootion. Thos. Tuthib, win aeii
auoUon on Wednesday Feb . 13th, lSCloom.
. , inenclog at 10 o'clock, A , M. his fine aasirtmet
"'"ot French Broad Cloths, Casslmeres, vestlnge.
UenU furniahlno-goods, to. io., In order to
m ike room for his stock of Spring and Snmrnof
.'goods'.Call'atNo.? North High Bhreet Where
the goods may be seen. .
Oa-han's Home. There Is a premium offer
ed for the best Union sentiment, and the best
Conundrum, at tho Orphans' Festival, which
comes off next Thursday evening, at Armory
Hall. We trust the wits and savans of this
our ploasast city, will send us some of their
most brilliant scintillations for the occasion.
We trust, also, that the friends of this truly
worthy institution will make such efforts for Its
good, that tho Festival will prove a success.
Little blue faces look out beseechingly from
tbla appearal on such cold days as these, and our
own hearth fires are made brighter and warmer,
when we can remember charities which have
made other hearths warm, and other faces
bright. Surely It is "more blessed to give than
to reoeive," and "God lovelh a chterful giver.
Then come up to tho work, kind friends all.
Next Thursday night, remember there is work
to do for tho poor and needy. If only a little.
let all give something of their abundanoe, and
like the snow that falls flake by flake but at
last covers the hills; so shall your .charities,
mingling and widening, cover with a mantle as
pure and bright the wilderness of our neccssl
"He that givith to the poor, lendeth to the
MRS. H. D. COOKE,
MRS. H. D. COOKE, Sec. pro tem, Committee of
Ways and Means.
Rail Road Time Table.
IiiTT Miami k OoLCHinidc Xmia B. R,
Accommodation ,6.10 A.M. 0.15 P. M
No. SEx 2.30 P. II. 3 30 P. M
Night Expre 2.45 A.M. 2.45 A. M
OuvtLAitn, CoLtmsna At. Cihciniuti R. R .
Express and Mall 1.00 P. M. 1.40 P.M.
Night Express ....3:23 A. M. 1:.10A. M
Ciktsaj. Ohio R. R. . ,
Express Train 3.00 .. M 30 A. M,
Mail Train 8.40 P. 11. a.OP. 11.
Pirrsirjsan, Oolombf Ac Cikciknati R- ft.
ExpressTraln 3.00A.M. .2.30 P. M
Hail Train 2.40 P.M. 2:20 P.M.
Ooi.niiBua St iHDiAHAroui R. R.
IColumbus, Flqua Indiana B. R.J
KxpreM Train 8:10A.M.
8: 10 P.M.
O" Professor Rarev is creating a great furor
Philadelphia, illuetrattfeg bis method of train
log vicious horses but the excitement there
will not compare with that caused by the prices
clothing at J. B. Clark's, New York clothing
Store No. 121 South High St. .It
rami i - .
The Greatest 'Cough Midicink in the Woilo
We take great pleasure In calling the atten
tlon of our readers and the public to the won'
derful virtues and nnmcroua testimonials of
W . Ayer's Pulmonic Cherry Cordial. This
unquestionably the greatest cough preparation
the World! It has been used in the Doctor's
extensive practice In various parts of the coun
try for several years, and is a speedy and cer
tain cure for coughs, colds, bronchitis,' asthma,
night sweats, difficulty of breathing, tc, Ac
He who aids in Introducing this great prepara
tion to the community, is a benefactor to man.
O We believe that D. B De Land & Co., of
FairportrChemlcal Works, Fairport, Monroe
Co., N. Y., are mannfactnring as good, if not
best Salaratus that has been ever produced
this country. A new discovery In refining,
and not need in' this country, except at this es
tablishment, places them in a position to suc
cessfully compete in point of quality with any
manufacturers of this article in tho world.
Their Saleratus is perfectly pure, of uniform
quality, and perfectly healthful. It is now for
sale by most of the grocers throughout the conn-
Who will suffer from Foul Humors, Sores, or
Diseaso of the Skin, when such certain remidies
McLean's Strknotainq Cordial and Blood
Purifier, and MoLkans Volcanic Oil Lini
ment can be so easily obtained. The Cordial
will purify the blood thoroughly, and tho Lini
ment will cure any sore. Sec the advertise
ment - -
Who Said bo? You say your family are well
and that you were never bettor in your life-
How long will this continue! Be prepared for a
reverse, and take home a bottle of Gnrnssy's
Balm. It will cost you 35 cents. '' ',
Satisfactory. We believe that before many
weeks shall have gone by, every family in the
State will constantly keep Gdernsy'i Balm in
tho house, ever ready to be applied at a' mo
ment's notice. 1 Who can estimate the amount
good It has and will accomplish T ' ' ;
IT See advertisement of Prof. Miller's
Hair Invigorator in another column. I f
From the New V ork Observer.! . ..
Aiallpartlea manofacturlcg Sewing Machines are ob
llged lo pay Mr. Unwa a license on each machine sold,
and are a so compelled tomaka returns to him, under
oath, aa to the number sold, his books give a correct state
ment. From this reliable source we have obtained the
following atatlatica. Of the machine! mado In the year
I3jw, more wore sum, , j( .
jBy Wheeler at Wilson ,...81,305 ,
, I. M. BingerAT.Co...,........lo,ll53 :,
. " flrover fc Baker ..,.10,260 j
Jhowlng the salea of Wheeler fc Wilson to bo donlU
those of any other Company." - ( .
Awarded the highest premiums at the ' ' '
United States ram or iroe, jtuu ana imi;' .
' ' ; 'Ohio State Fairs of lWOand 1B60," " ' : f
and at nearly all the County Fairs In the State.
Our nrlees. nt ihe late reduction, are a low as any
lock site A machine now sold, and but a tilde higher than
the Interior lira thread cfimn ntcA macntntt, now
rnrnarl nnon themsrket. -v
The WHEELER fc WILSON MACHINE mates tne
Look Stich the only one which cannot ba raveled. It
Alii a on Both Sinus of the goods, leaving no nam or
nKitinnnth titular aid.
Ml machine vttrranltd 3 ytarn, ana tnuruaim
glvealn their use, free of charge.
J . - - 11. VJHAIVI.CI rugn St., voiumrnw, v.
. . WM. SUMNER fc CO.,
dec3-3awd3mfcwCm Flke's Opera House, Cincinnati
mi : CHANCE!;
OR SALE "OR: EXCHANGE.
WII.sVSEIiI. OUEXOnANaF.rnR A
nml F ABU. the undivided half of STORE BL'ILD-
IM No. 90. North Hizh Street, Corner IHih Street and
Lynn Alley. If not disposed of by the 1st of April, tbe
rem. - 1 ' - !
on the same terms, or for desirable CITY PBOPERTV
well selected stoat oi HAmmi uwvanne :
AISO. ' I ;
Twenty very desiraule'BUIIjDINaB LOTS, iltuated on
Waahlngton Avenue, norm ot nroau oireoi. , -. o
TfJJ'Terma to mlt purchasora.
VIM, KNACE & CO..
TRVF.lit NEW SAEiES-.a
BOOM, m. BAbTaUMMtiVfyp
e' MOS. i,9,rand7H!iTuTAW iBTKalT, i
. Offer for sale their celebrated' ' B t . .
GOLDEN MEDAL, - : , ', ,.,1
ti, 1 .rvli u:..- UK. AINU '.-
, . .. AND SQARE
r'.yvr ' PIANO-FORTES.
Being highly icoommended by tbe fint (rofeasors sad
iiusimi Auwteureof tUecountry, ana , ,j, ..
KVBaUf -. nh t '
1 l .. . a.- n , ,r FIT1 TIAB8
- Th molt 'TmtiiitnBsetntoinfr may rely upon being
pleaaed In every ruspeot. ' -
-vnwii"""i" r vrsa. AvctAiiAi aa
BKLTZER It WEBSTER, Agenta,
eetXilydV. Columbus, Ohio.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 11.
' Mr, Wade preatnted fonrpetltlom numaroniljr aliened
by oltlieni of Philailelphia, liking OonireM to atana
Arm by tha Union, Hit Conitilutlon. and the anraroo.
ment of tha Imwi.
Mr. Oritfcnden preienUd a large number of pttllioni
from oltlzcna of Mainchaietti, Indiana and Mlmourl,
iking for aoms lattlemont of tho dliBculilea In tha
Mr. lllgler preiented petitions asking OongrtM to tub
mlf tho question of amendment lojlbe Constitution to Ilia
people; and also, fifty petitions asking for the passage of
tne urlttenden resolutions.
A resolution oalling forth correspondence relative to
tne extradition or Aouerson was laiu over.
A petition traa recelyed from Nevada, asking rcr a ur-
rltot isl loreinment. Referred to the Territorial wav
Another conference committee was appointed on the
The consideration of the President's message was post.
pened till Thursday.
The navft.1 annrou rlitlnn hill cania ud. Several ap
propriatlons fur the fansacola Mavy Yard were struck
Mr. IU1 offered an amendment repealing the act pre-
TAntin tha nnrrhua nf ni.l.ntarl articlee
air. rearce propositi to amend so as to excuyi un
The proposition waa agreed to and the amendment
Mr. nale offered an amendment to build seven sloops
Mr. Ilunter opposed it.
The amendment wae carried ayes 30 nays 18.
Senate and debate en
sued on the question of concurring la the amendment
to bnlld seven sloopa or war.
Ur. Mason opposed, it aaa measure oi coercion oi me
Ur. fessenden defended tne measure aa ooming irom
Democratic precedent, and eminently necessary at the
present time. If the time ever .comes when It is ne
cessary to uso force to execute the law, he was quite ready
to do It, but this was intended as a ueaaure of peace,
and nobody dreamed of making this appropilstlon for
the purpose or mating war.
Mr. Mason would nTsr vote a dollar for sncn a pur
pose, till it was announced whether the Incoming admin-
titration Intends u coerce in seceaing bu.
Mr. Kino: beliered that now there waa treason aoroiui
In the land, and there was a necessity to Increase the
power of the country. He would put the country In a
position to defend Itself against foreign and domestic
enemies. He would use ill forbearance and use .every
effort for conciliation, but neer admit the right to di
vide the country and peaceably break up the govern
ment. He would tell the eentlemen mat melon must come
to an end. nMrefnllr he honed, but never peacefully If
by the submission of the honor of the people.
Mr. Green after the language heard to-day.ssld he In
tended to express bis sentiments at length. Adjourned.
Mr. McQlernanl Introduced a resolution which was
adopted, reciting, that by Die selinr of the Mint, mon
ey and Custom House by revolution, the authorities of
the United States are pnt at defiance, and calling on the
President, if not Incompatible with the puhllo interests,
for all the facta In the case, and askir g whit steps. If any
hare been taken or contemplated, to recover possession
nt the nrnnertv.
Mr. Ferry asked leave to offer a resolution Instructing
the committee on ine juuioiary id inquire tuiu iu capui
enoy of amending the Constitution so as to expressly
forhid the withdrawal of any State wltbont the concur
rent vote of two-thirds of both houses of Oongreits, the
approval of tko President and the consont of all the
Mr. Winslow objected
air. Burch Introduced a resolution, establishing a ter
ritorial government for Nevada, or extending the south
ern boundary of California over it.
Mr. Sickles offered a resolution recommending tne
celebration of the Si'-M inst., as a National Holiday.
Mr. maimer tntrouuceu two rusuiuiious.
First. That neither the federal Government nor the
people of non-slaveholding Slates have a constitutional
right to legislate or Interfere with slavery InanyState of
the Union. '
The yeaa and nays were ordered.
Mr. Hlndmanoljected, and proceeded to quote from
speech of Mr. Lincoln. He wascalled to order.
Mr. Hnetler asked for a division of the question, which
the Speaker decided could not be done, as the voting had
Mr. Uimlomn, amid great contusion, instiica on aui-
vlsion. He believed the aiiertioii of the resolution un
true. Voices "Call the roll."
Mr. Burnett said ne believed tne aaiemon " iaue,
ml ha i-nnlit'nt vote for it.
Cries of "order." Several members explained tne tr
votes. . ... ........
The vote was then announced iuo against, no quo
rum. ... .... .
Several Republicans lined to nave tneir votes record
Mesirt. Leake and Burnett onjeoteo.
The Speaker overruled the objection.
Mr. McOlenandsneaested that the vole be again called
Mr. Palmer said aa diBerent constructions were put on
the n-solution, he wonld alter it ao inac me tan part
would read "any slaveholdlng State in the Union.'' ,
Thus altered it passed i in against a.
Tbevota waa then reoonaluered .
Ur.Burnet demanded a divliion of the question.
Mr. Sherman offered a substitute, ao as to enable
Southern gentlemen to vote oonclensiously, viz:
Jietolvtd. That neither Congress, nor the people, or
governments of non-alavefaoldlng States have the eonstl
tutinnal rliht. to lealslate anon, or interlere with slav
ery in any sleveholdlog State In the Union passed yeaa
101, no naya. The question was not taken on the other
resolution aa It was superceded by the substitute.
Mr. McKean offereda resolution in substance provi
ding for the innointlna-of a leloct Committee of live, to
enquire if the consentofths people of the border slave
utataa ao ne ontainea tor tun piau v, imrwunso u. m.
slaves therein by tne t.wim.i, in oraer to prevent
Uieir following the (example of .he Quit States, an io
report a bill for that purpose. Laid over for debate.
. .. i lit r .. i.r.M.itn. as ,a
A resolution was paaacu, dsiiui wi miuiwaiiuu . w
arMtrnutlonsl in the collection of revenue la South
Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Louisiana; also, what
measures were taken to secure the revenue cutters from
U!.n,nfnu.irnr thoie seised, toaetber with other prop
erty; also, for the reasona which Induced the President
conoentrate troops in Washington, and whether he
is information snowing mat mere is a conspiracy
seize the Capitol and prevent tne inauguration oi tne
Tha lattor nortton was an inieuuiucui vj n iui-
The PaciflC railroad DM is tne special oraor lur w-uiur
row and Wednesday
Mr. Orow Indicated that he should propose to repeal
at sortlon of the bill, giving certain privileges to
Tnna hmnrh. if that State seeedes.
The denolencyanojdiptomauo ippropnatiuu uiuowere
acted on, and again returned to tne oenate.
TbeOregan end Washington war bill was mad the ipe
clal order for Thursday weejt..;,"' . u
w.innaToii. Fob' 12 Mr. Sherman sent up a letter
from the Secretary of the Treasury, ahowlng the deplor
able condition of his department, and suggesting a mode
of relief. la accordance with this, Mr. Sherman asked
leave to Introduce irom uommiiico ei rrnya anu means,
Kin in an. bin the Secretary to accept from any State, a
gnaranteeof any stock which may l Issued by the United
States, to the amount of publio monojs deposited with
uch State, under the distribution act, ; I .
Mr. Sherman said if relief waa to ba given, the bill
should be passed to-day. ..
Mr. Garnet! remaraea mat aa unauimuui gudku.
requried, his should not be given, while he wss a mem-
Vw. nt h HniiaA.
Mr. Bbenoan aata ne nau perioimeu uia uuiy, uivugu
..lnntaniiv. in renortlnathe bill.
Mr. 11a rr remarked that Mr. Gamett would break up
the Government and leave It wltbont money. i
The bill was not permuted py mr. uanicu io ue m
Arrival of Mr. Lincoln and Suite at Indianapolis.
OliS. . ..... :
r.m.M.Mi.ra. Feb. 11. The firing of 34 gunt an
nouneed the approaching train bearing the President
elect and party. Tha President waa laoelved and wel
comed by Gov. 0. P. Morton, and escorted to a carriage
drawn by four white hones. The proeesiion lormect us
..ii into a nunuit seldom. It ever witnessed here before.
The possession waa composed oi uie uniini, , m
Honsesot tne ijegtsiatare, puuiwuiiiuor., ..uiuiyw
tboritles, military and flie companies, citlteni and
''ThfVnaldent elect stood In but carrlsge aoknowledg-
in. ha satnnme. The nrocesalon. upon reaching tha
Batee House, hailed, and Mr. Lincoln waa escorted to
the balcony, when he addressed hla feilowclllaene. &
said he eame here to thank them for the support given
by Indiana toatrueanajusteause. uooroionanu iu,-
aion are terms mucu aiwwiiii.iwKrap.,
blood; let us not misunderstand their meaning, nor the
meaning of those who use them let us (get their mean
ing rrom tne man wno ucprecabe u uiuk. .."-j
represent by their use. What la tha meaning of these
wordsl. ; a....
Do proressca Union lovers resoive-u resiat sunisiun '
Do they understand that auoh things on the part of the
TTni,a fltataa wnnld ba coercion or lnvaalon If they
do, their Idea ot preservation la exceedingly tbla ana
.i. .n.t thair vlaw of tha Union aa a family relation.
would seem to ne no regular wwikiku, uu. ,un .m.
love arrangement, to do rnainiaiuea ny personal aurao
., . i. .h.l nnnalatathe anectal aacrednsas of a BtateT
I speak not of the position asiigned to a State In the
rrnio h thafloniUtutlon. for that by bond we all re-
oognlao. It a Bute or country possets equals ta terri
tory and Inhabitants, In what, aa matter of principle,
la iha aaata better than the country? Would an exchange
of names be an exchange of righto upon prlnolple . By
what rightful principle auy a state, being not mora than
.1.. Aa-efiiHth nart ol the nation. In soil and population.
break un the nation and then coerce the large division of
7 . , . 1 1. . ... 1 . , U MntM.
Itsellf vrnat D,yswriua ,ign. pi.
red on a district of country with it people, by merely
aiiinitaaut.'' " i- . .. . i , . .
- ar. i.innin aald ha was not asserting anything, but
asking nutations for them to eonslder and decide ill their
own minds; what waa right and what waa wrong, i .
rA. afnetnn beln( londly called for. appeared and
poke congratulatory tonea to the gathering, which was
now Immense. Atfo'olock this evening tha members
of ihe Legislature paid (heir respect to Ihe President
elect, who la now holding a reception at tha Bates
llnnajk. . i .
The President elect and suite Icav for Cincinnati to
morrow morning at jo o clock. . . , i; . , .
k. Tour. Feb. 18. Gov. Ohast of Ohio na tele
graphed tnai ivanaa wiiiewi wmimni ,w win
peace umi t
The ttovernment nae omowi mwinavuwv ,naj anv vui
leetorof New Orleans, notifying that duties on goods
psaalng up the river will be collected at new urieans, in
L.i.-w nt tha Treasnrv of Loulaana. ' i
. ,ltrhment nf troona left BrooklVB BamKjl
yesUrday, for Washington, to reinforoa tha Hvy Vaa
irv.1 jtikn. haionrrlna'' ta Alabama, which ware Belted
here by the Metropolitan authorltlea, have been released
..j ..1 amoi.- ahlnnod to tbolf destination. Those be
longing to a cltUen ot Georgia art awaiting the itsult (
-.lUllnna. . a . . a. . - 'w.'
Waunxotox, Feb. 11. It It reported that tha Piesl
dont has received a telegram from Mobile, to-day, an
nouncing the maltreatment of the British Consul there,
Lord Lyons has called at tbe State department for the
The committee on the stolen bonds will report to-morrow,
Implicating Bailey erlmlnally. and Iloyd and Bus-
aell, Inferentlally. ..,,. ..,....
A subsorlption li neing raiaeu id t .m , p""
the birth place of Gen. Scott In Didwlndio county.
A Joint resoluuon will ba offered In the V lrglnia Con-
antinn i.i..h tn norrof. reauesttni Hessrs.
Hunter and Mason to resign thslr seaU in the U. It. Sen
ate, on the ground that their secession sentiuientsdo not
represent the voice of Virginia.
runt. Mnrrlinn. nf the Bevenue Cutler Leais
Oass, has sent his resignation to the Treatuary Depart
ment at Waahlngton, and acknowledges that he has sur
rendered hli vessel to the State authorltlea of Ala-
It will leseen by the following order that no resigna
tion, under such clreumstanees, will be accepted.
Capt. Brushwood a win no uouu, u up ...
TaiASORV PifARTMiNT, Feb. 11. J. J. Morrison of
n..i. . n.Titi.in In tlie Revenue service, late In oom-
x.S .i.. i n.aa hTln in violation of his otll-
cial oath, and duty to the Government, surrendered hla
vessel to the State of Alabama, It is hereby directed that
hla name be stricken off rrom uio roii. u. ... .m wr-
vice. By order of the President oi uio unn omit,.
Digued. J JOB A. Alia. ot' """'J.
a. TA.tn,aara-a MMntlr appointed In tha seceded
States decline to take the oath to support the constitu
tion of the Untied States. Of oourae the offloes will have
to ba dlacontlnned If persons cannot be found to take
and hold them accol ding ta law.
A private diipatch from GreenvHIe, Tenn , saya that
Green, Senator Johnson's county, gives a majority against
convention of 2201: Washington and Hawkins countlee
arc strongly for the Union.
Attempt to Destroy a Family by an Infernal
s.'.nui,' Tfahi it'. A diabolical attempt to deitroy
the family of Augustui Hoeveler, a well known cltlien of
Lawrencevllle, by an Infernal machine, was made on
Hatnni.v nltht. The machine was placed on the win
dow sill and flred by means of a fuie. The whole front
r th hniiittnc waa shattered by the explosion, whloh
i,i .. it,. rfi-han of onllnsnre. Bereral hul
leu struck In different parts oi me room in wmcu
voter's family were sleeplog. nut an. minicaionsiy
eapad Injury. No olua had been found to the perpetra
tor of the flendlih act.
Birminwn. Fall. 11. The Governor transmitted to tho
lani.iaitiM. tn il.v a communication from Ju lge Robin
son, Commissioner to the seceding States, dated Mont
gomery, Feb. 3. De says the Governor of Ueorgla ac
cepts the meditation of Virginia, and give" aisurance au
thantln. that llporoia will abstain during the period con-
from all acta calculated to produce a collision
arms between that State and tbe Federal Government.
The Commissioner believed that Uie Governor of Ala
bama will give a favorable answer, and that South Caro
lina will onnfnrm In her course to the action or recom
mendation of tha Southern confeduracy. Ordered to be
I.om.viM.a. Kv.. Feb. 11. Memphis gives between
and 500 majority for tho Union candidates to the
Returns from weat-Tennoiiee indicate trie election oi
Nasbvilm. Feb. 11. As far aa heard from, all the
Union candidates are elected by overwhelming majori
ties. The Convention Is defeated by a large majority.
Vote of Nashville: Union candidates, S.tHIS; Seees
lion, 555; for a Convention, 1,290; no Convention, 1,507.
loi-isvau, Feb. 12. The Kentucky Legislature, with
out doing anything of a national character, adjourned
yeiterday noon to the 20th of March, to await.'and then
consider tbe action ot the Peace Commissioners.
Niw Yob it , Feb. 19. The steamship North Star, from
Allowall, Is below.
New York Market.
FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, Feb. 12.
ASHES steady and unchanged.
FI.OUK reoeipta of 593V bbls; market dnll and heavy,
4o lower; salce of 8,5U0 bbls at tor super
state, 5.1J.015, for extra stats; (535,05 for
superfine Western, $.r,lt)i,30 common to medium ex
tra western; $335,51) for Inferior to good shipping
brands extra Bound Ohio Hoop. Canadian flour dull
droopingl salea of 300 bbls at 15 l'.'ia0.75.
RYE FLOUR steady at J,J.iaii,i3.
WHEAT rMclnts 10. 100 buih. market very dull and
nominally a shade easier with nothing of moment doing
scarcity and firmness of freights and the extreme depres
sion In the market for foreign exchange has about atop
ped all movement.
jtxa. qnicini ujs5uo.
BARLEY steady 35.000 buih. 7375 for state.
CORN none In market, heavy and one cent lower;
sales of 25.000 bush, at 04S04X for old mixed western
OAVrl steady, 3537c for Western, Canadian and
Stl'ORK dull and nominal; at 917 50 for mess, I3 00
BKKK dull anu neavy.
OUT MB ATS quiet and steady.
LARD dull and heavy; 200 bbls.
11UTTER in fair rcgneit; 10 Ho for Ohio, 14919e
CHEESE steady, HSlluc.
WHISKY without material change, sales of 500 bbls.
COTTON dull; sates aw tmiee.
COFFEE steady, with ifalr Inquiry; tales 500 bags
at 1212?ca I
SUGAR dnll; sale! 100 hhds. Onba, quoted at 5.
. .. '
MOLAHBKB null anu neavy.
BTOOicg In better request and higher. Money very
plenty and easy on call, at 94M par cent. Sterling Ex
change dull at 105: 1 00 for bankers' bills; O & ft 1 Hit;
0k.THli; OfcPC; 10 Scrip 7; al S 15; do quoted
33; Reading 44; Hud 4C; N V O 7fl'4; Uil Miss 12;
At Q 71; UalAtRI72; OOAtOOlM; M C 66X;
10ii do prererreaiu; isne .:; rao man r,;
2d bonds 54; NO 6's 77H; Tenn 71; Mo G'sOU;
HH; Gal At Ohio 1st bonditoX-
vr.nnrt aales of 40 bbls common extra at 94,80; 50
double extra red at 1 3,25, and 30 bbls white do at
WH1AT Remains dull and heavy. No mli'l are re
ported and prices are merely nominal.
tltlltn qui.t nnu aieauj c.
OATS sale of 1 car at 24c.
BARLEY Kales of 1 ear at 00c.
BVB quiet at 5(XS45o.
UOGS inactive nothing doing. Prices aro nominally
BUTTBR-aft'e of 3 tnfcs Central at 11c 4000 111 fair
quality at 10 lOHo In tuba and crooks; 5 bbls fair roll
atjlo- . '
EUI1B tales Ol z nnis at iio.
HAMS salea of 1S00 ftsdty cured at l"c.
SF.F.nS sales of 1IK buih Clover at $44,133i, and
bush Timothy at e2,2!i.
HIGH" iriiitt aales oi ou Dots at i.tc.
BUG ARS there has been a general decline in Sugars.
For quotation see table. . ,. .
. n.iri-o In aceneral way was as uinal on Monday,
rather light. Grocer are inellned to uk higher prices
Southern autplea, but an advance can hardly be re
garded as eital.Hib.ed.
FLOUR is held as heretofore at 4 6094 TO for iu
n.nn. hut iha market Is merely nominal.
There Is but a very Indifferent market for wheat,
purchasers for local account do not offer over (1 for
i.t hnl.lam atill aalt ai 03.
ii'nitK.i, in hut moderat reauest at34o on the ear,
and shelled Is In no demand for shipment during ths
blockade of freights on the Chattanooga road.
OATS are still held at SSo, hut buyers do not offer
BABLltand By an nominally as laat quoted but
WV7H?SKr-U quite dull at 13-'. a7m. ftiru
ary 15. y '''." -
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
BALTIMORE, Feb. 12.
Fladr astlve at a decline of ii: Howard street 1X
Whiat dull; red 135(91 30; while 1 BO.. 0R lower,
57 58c for yellow; 5708 white. Provision steady
Lard lOtf. Oorrxa active KM)3.. Whiskk IS.
Tho Premium Horse for Sale.
TnE CEl.F.BltATFD BUCKEYE MOB
(IAN HOKHi.CHARLia. 1 offered for sale.
This 11 one Is four years aid, a dark bay color, aad vu
sired by tne celearated
BLACK.IUWK MORGAN. ..
ita la .nnnrl and ncrfect In cvcrv oartlcular.
Recardlna the merits of the Hone, I am permitted to
refer to the following gentlemen: David Taylor, Esq.,
Robert Neil, Eiq.,R. Navins, q., Ool. N. Blmonton,
I. B. Hotel; Air. J. Williams, uiera. oi mo iinrsa uv
partmentor uie uoaraoi Agncunum, a m. niinauni,
W. William. J. O'B. Bennlck, Ksqrs.; W. A. Piatt,
Esq., State Hour Commissioner; a r. Btone, Treasur
er of BUtei R. H. Geary, Jtsq.; J. O. Beamy, Prosecu
ting Attorney;Col. N. H. Bvayne, Hon. O. M. Parnons,
rlta J. Mimnew, unrT oairarivr ugunj uuavpu nur
lenback, Dr. Akin, floodale Houss; Hon. Bam. Gallo
way, A. W. Dolson, Buckeye Uoussi, lion. 3. Walcut,
Col. Horuirop, Jj. b. n liaon
For particular call on the subscriber, at his Bop Fc
.... A L'' r Lm.iI Pnlnmhii.. Ohio. .
inn,, loot of a'rirad street Columbus, Ohio.
lebl-dlw x . Ai.nia a.oii.iuuf a-ropricror
MOTJUNINO BOOHS Black English Crapes;
Crape Collars, Oufft and Sleeve. Long and Short
Crap Veils; Round Craps Tells; Lace Veils Crape
Trimmed; Plain Hemmed Collars; gels; Handkerchiefs
Alexandre macs, ma moves; ran; nittn,) rills;
Bomhailne; Traveling and all other ktndaof Dress Hoods
constantly on band In great variety.. - ; '
. ( . ..PETER BAIN,
aaayW . Ilrat door north of Nell nt ns.
TUB HECEPTION HOOP MKIKT.
She most graceful and elegant skirts yet offered for
sale. A new lot Juat opened by PETER BAIN,
dec. 11. . No. 29 South High stre
T.LAIN-AIX TVOOIi DE liAIKES', ON-
XT ly SS oents a yard. Rich Fancy Bilk at SO cents
ij- 'J" PETER BAIN,
., t No. 59 Boutn. High Street.
COBIETHIWO NEW, I
O Tddo Tea (Japan,! ' - For Bale by .
IMPROVED AMALGAM BELLS
FOR CHURCHES, &C.
American Cast Steel Bell "Works,
US MAIN STRKKT, CINCINNATI, OniO.
November 15, 1860.
HATING recently made very great Improvements In
what is called "Amahram -Hella." I hp tn nail at
tentlon of corporations and Individuals who may want a
ucu, w uw inci, iiuh ror iu cents per pound I can Inrn-
lah good bells for anv OUrnoae. mounted In annnrinr atvla
and warranted for twelve months. Terms, cash, or ap
proved note, payable at Bank, with interestaud exchange
uur.ii. numinances oi money ny express, mnst be In
funds par at Cincinnati, and the carriage prepaid, as the
above price, for the quality of bell here spoken of. ad-
miuj ui on urawnacasoraiscounts. Address
WM. H. CLAKK.
j American Cast Steel Bell Works,
ura wjm Cincinnati Ohio.
For all Throat and Lnng Complaints. Includni. with
most perfect results, Wuoonno Couait, Oiiaomo ajid
uoHiioa uot oHS, jtaoacniAL Ann laaoAT courLAUra
always forerunners of Consumption, aa a Boomiaei
Svaur It has no superior. Freed from all Opiate or
x.meuc properties, may ne uaeo uy most rjeiicnte eonstl
tutions, and with perfect confidence.
mrvT tt a vnnTTim
Ths ORKaTKAT Natubal Opiati ever offered to tha
world, containing not a particle of Opium, nor any sub
stance but its strictly vegetable and medical properties.
sura Kemedy for Nsua.LoiA, RnirjiiATtBH, Gout,
Tooth Ann Ear Acne, 0T.aau, Hosaoa IUt Fivsa,
and all minor Nervons Complaints.
roa loss or emir, and Headache In all Its varieties,
has no equal, and to which most undoubted testmonl
For TIimripm TacMnrs It Is a most perfect remedy.
For Bowel Complaints, after removing the pain it acta
aphystc, a most Important contrast with the eonstlpa-
tory euecta oi upturn.
To Physicians, Formulas and Trial Bottles will be sent.
and to Dealer or Invalid a descriptive pamphlet without
rreparcd under tne special supervision or
JOHN I.. Him NEW EE. L
CniMIST AND rnARHACartTIST,
No 9 Commercial Wharf, Boston, UTass
To whom please direct all communications.
Prices Large Cough Rrmedy, 50 cents per bottle.
" Small " 25 "
Tolu Anodyne, SO 11 "
For sale by the uinal wholesale and retail dealers.
ROBRKTSAt NAMUBI., N. B. HARPI,
JOHN H. COOK, J. M. DKN1U,
G. DEN Id At. SONS, A. J 80IIUKLLBR At SON,
may 17-w ly Agents for Columbus, Ohio.
BY VIKTIIEOF ANORDEHOt MALE
to m directed from the Superior Court of Frank
lin county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at the door of
Court Houie, In the city of Columbus, on
Saturday the 9th day of Marob, A. D. 1861,
between the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. m.
nil lowing nescnoea real estate, situate in tne county
Franklin, Truro township, and State of Ohio, to wit:
Beginning at point In the centre of the Colombo and
Granville plank road, where it crosses the weal line of
half section No. 0, thenoe with said half section saulh
deg. west, 05 77-100 poles to a pott, thence south
deg. and 50 min. east 1114 73 100 to a post; thence
norm i oeg. eastat 01-100 poie to a post tntnesoutn
line of land formerly owned by Georae Wilson, thence
wilhsaid line north 88 deg. SO min. west, 116 3-MOO
polos lo a poet, soutn west corner to said Wilson's land,
thence with another of Mid Wilson's line's north 1 der.
min., east 70 Sd-1 00 poles to a stone in the centre f
ssld Columbus and Granville Plank Road, thence with
centre of said road south 70 deg. weit SO B3-I00
poles to the place ol beginning, containinc HI acres and
poles, be the nmt more or less.
Appraised at f x IK) per acre.
O. W HUFFMAN, Sheriff,
feh5-ltdt4tw By Xd. Darn, Dep'ty.
Printer's fees, 95,00.
oiauiaon vommon rieas.
DV VIUTCE or A WRIT OF VENDI
to me directed, from the Court of Common Pleaa of
Hadlson county, Ohio, I will offer for sale at tha door
the uourt House, In the city of Columbus, on
Friday the 8th day of March, A. D. 1861,
between the hour of 10 o'clock A. U. and 4 o'clock P
the following described Real Estate, situate in the
county or rranitiio, ana State of Ohio, to wit: Lot no.
'at.) in urove utiv.
Appraised at f 173. u. w. HUrrHAlf,
Printer' fee 3 00.
Master Commissioner's Sale.
Blckley At Brother ) '
va. Superior Court.
Charles Btroedter, etal.)
BY VIHTCE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
ta m directed from the Superior Court ot Frank
county. Ohio, I will offer for sal at the door of the I
Court Honse, in the city or ooiumbna, on , .
Saturday, the Sod da; of March, A. D. 1861,
between the hour of .10 o'clock A M., andt o'clock P.
M.the followlna described real estate.situate In the ooun-
of Franklin, and Bute of Ohio, to wit: : Let No. 3 of
George W. Wllllard'seubdlvlilon oftbe west part ot Inlot I
no, aeo ana oar tn in cuy. oi voiumous, .-.
Appraised at 800 00,
v G. W. HUFFMAN; Sheriff
Jan39:ltdAt4tw and Master ComaUastontr.
Wholesale and Be tail Dealer In ' j
tlaaatm. JtV Tla..t!a flJ VAI
AJtn asxT AHD '
Smoking & Chewing Tobacco.
Alio, the beat quality of BSTStTt eonitantly
XjOountry Merchant are Invited to tall before pur
chasing elsewhere. , ( j
NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET, :
' Bet. Vain and Sycamore, . n
nov.1 wCm , . . CINCINNATI, O.
i HOUOAV PRESENTS :
ALICXANDR'B KID GLOyES. ,
POINT I.A01 OOLI.ABB. '
VALKN0IKNNB9 COLLARS At BLEBTK8.
- BalB'D MUBTiIN , do do .,
" I.INBN . do do
ZOUAVB BOSOMS do
PINK APPLB HANDKlROHIKrB. GILT BELTS.
KMBROIDHRKD do HAIR NETS.
MOUKNIN9 do -. NUBIAB.
- nKMMED. BTITCBED. do IIOOD8.
' GRINIDINB At LAO VEILS BLEBVR8.
LAOH GOif FTJRE9 Jt BABBE8, 00U8EIB.
tnraalabv PETER BAIN,
dcc21. . No. 90, South High Street.
gm OKI NO TOBACCO,
Fin Kanaater, -.
Four Ace, (extra)
American nbag, '
Bird'a Eve. f Union 1
f. r,ckaei; also, Kentucky fine cut la barrels ana half
1 . . i - . - w
barrcia, in store hu iu, mio vj
McKEB It RB8TIEATJX,
febll , 3t, BUtwman Building.
rrtst VOFIrl BriLLlItrSAKUVl HfcHS
JL All person are hetehy oautiooed against purchas
ing an order dated Oct. IbOO drawn by A. W. Shearer,
Clerk of Prairie Township, Franklin county, Ohio on
ha Traaanrar or aald Townsnin. payanw mooo epur-
ane or order, for 180, for tea tela of Mitchell' out-
line sup. The aald order having ken fraudulently eb -
Ulned ir lino, be pa...
In behalf of the board ot Education of Pialrte Township
Oolong Teai ' ' ' '
A V an CENTS PF.ii POCFID. AT
J UcKXl k RESTIEA0X.
p7 ... r MN High street.
T A t, ITI O MA L, SKIRTS. . , '
J3 Wide. Leng end Handsome. Ths best style Import.
art. a new lot lust received bv PETE. BAVIN.
dec.ll. Ne. W South High street.
,.r Dr. J.IL MCLEAN'S
Strengthening Cordial and-Blood
The Ureatoat Henaadv ! Tlie Uerl4
ly edentiac and
Vegetable Compound, ,
procured by tlie distil
latloa of Boot. Hert
and Barke, Fellow
Puck, Blood Boot,
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enter into Its
Before liKTSvT After Taking.
principle of each Ingredient Is thoroughly extracted by
my new method of distilling, producing a delicious, ex
bileratlng snirlUand the moat INFALLIBLH remedy foi
renovating the diseased mtem. end restoring the sick.
suuemng and dehllltatca AHVAlilu 10 llKALlrl ana
fflCl.EAN') aTUF.N4.1IF.IVIfU nK
W1U effectually ear
LITIS COMPLAINT. DYHPBPBIA. iACKDIOl
Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kldnevs
and all diseases irtslng from a disorders. I Ivn or Stom
ach, Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Inward Pile, Acidity or Sick
or trie stomach-, ru lines of Blood to the Head. Dull
pain or swimming In tbe head, Palp.tatioa of tne Heart
Fullness or Weieht In the Stomach. Sour ruetatlona
Ohoking or suffocating feeling when lying down, Drvneas
or rei townees of the Skin and ayes. Night Sweats; In
ward Fevers, Fain in tha small of the back, ebest or side
Sudden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit, Frightful
Dreams. Languor. Deerjondenc or anv Nervona Diaeaaa.
Bores or Blotches on tbe Skin, and Fever and Ague (oi
Over a Million f atamiee '
Have been sold during the lat six month, and In no In
stance haa It failed in giving entire satisfaction Who.
tnen, win surfer irom weakness or Debility when Mi
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No languaa-e can convey an adeoual Idea of the Immc
dial and almost miraculoua change produced by taking
this Cordial in the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous' system, whether broken down by excess, weak b
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung
uignuiaauuu is rcaiorea loiu pniuue neeiuiRDO, vigor
fflAHHIEJD) PEHSOIvS. .
Or others conscious of Inability, from whatever cause,
will find McLean Strengthening Cordial a thorough
regenerator of the system ; and all who may nave Injured
themselves by Improper indulgence, will find In the Cor
dial a certainand speedy remedy.
To aba Ladle.
McLean's Strengthening Cordial
Is a soverelga and speedy cur for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITICM
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence ol
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of the
Womb, Giddiness, Fainting and all Diseases Incident to
There la bo Mistake About It. -
Buffer no longer. Take It according to Directions. It
ill stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you and cans
the bloom of health to mount your cheek again.
very bottle is warranted to give satutactloa.
trasnaaavaia.llJa.aMaakaaamiat.lel .. a. .AH la t..t -
4, ;uui kiuiuica are ilk-j yuttjt, vi iaijuic-.j, jitbCW
Oonlial will mik them healthy, ft and robut. DeUjf
not ft moment, try U, atid you will be conTiooe J.
IT IS DEUCIOUS TO TAKE.
Caotiok. Beware of Drunlsta or Dealer who mat
try to palm upon you aome Hitter or Sarsaparllla trash
which they can buy cheap, by aaylni tt t Juat a good.
Avoid such men. Ask tor licLeaa'a Btrena-thenlna-Cor
dial, and take nothing elaa It la the only remedy thai
ill purify the blood thoroughly and at the ame time
strengthen the system.
One tabletpoonnil taken every morning fastlnr. la a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yellow
rever, or any prevalent disease. It I pnt ud In law
Price only 1 1 per bottle, or 6 bottles for 5.
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Also McLean Voicanlo Oil LinlmanL
Prindnal Denot on the corner of Third and Pine street.
St. Louis. Mo.
MoLean'e Volcanic Oil Liniment.
The beat Liniment In the World. Tha only late and
certain cure for Cancers, Piles, Swelling and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Muscles, Coroulo or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
net of the joint, contracted Muscle or Ligament
arache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprain, Wound, Fresh
Out, Ulcer, Fever Bore, Caked Breast Bore Nipple,
Burn, Scalds, gore Thoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
no difference how severe, or ho long the disease may
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Thousands of human being have been saved a Ufa of
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eins. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
Will relieve pain almost instantaneously, and it wll
cleanse, purify and beal the foulest sores In an Ineredl
ty snort time.
For Iloreoe and oiber Animal.
McLean celebrated Liniment I the onlv safe anil re
liable remedy for tbe euro of Snavln. King Bone. Wind
rails, Spllnti, Unnatural Bnmpa, Node or Swelling. It
win never 111 to euro nig need, roll svu, fistula. Old
running Bona or Sweeny, If properly applied. For
Sprains, Braises, Scratches, Bores or Wounds, Cracked
Steele, unaiea. Saddle or Collar oalla It la an Inrallibl
remedy. Apply it a directed, and a cure is certain tn
xnen trifle no longer with the many worthies Lini
ment offered to you. Obtain a iuddIx of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will cure you.
J. Bf . McLEAN, Sole Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pine Street. St. Lonia. Ms.
lor tale by all druggUta.
Foraaleby B0BF.BTS 4 8AMUF.L,
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
V V : ( NEWARK OHIO,
rrtrtnnfactiirera f all kind of Pr
ttikle) ana nusitosiairv r'm
Klsjea, aiaw Mill". Urlat MllU,
i j . aVc.e cVC
LAKES BODLXYttaUmt B. at T. BLAND YBeaienl
J. atS. B. DV7ALL Beaten III COLUMBUS
MACHINE CO. Btatentltl BRADIOBD '
..., CO. JMmflttl ( j . , '. i
Oar Portahlt Koglne and Saw Kill
Was avrarded tie first premium ot S0 at the Indiana
State fair for If 60 over tan tt Bodley's on account of
Prlee. lishtnesa. simplicity, economy of luel
: and superior character of lumber sawed.
Our Stationary Engine w awarded at tha nam Fair
tha A rat nraniium of BltfJO.
Our PorUble Engine wa awardtd fh flist premlnm of
100 at the Fair at Memphis, Tenn.. ever Blaody'a Du-
rall'a. Columbus Machine Co .. and BradTora 4r. AJO S.
by a committee of practical Railroad Eng Infers
ror price aaa lenn aaures
W1LLARD WARNER, freaiurer.
E. M. WIIXIAMS & CO.."
Front Street, Between Bt&te and Tows
rrnn old cahbiaob
X SHOP I still rannina. and altboasb
the preasur of late Tears na set neavtiy
Brwaa naa rafimna anarm ai,a ii iuim-
m nnt tboae enlendld PHTON8. BOOK AW ATS, and
PRINCE ALBERT'S SHIFTING TOPS and NO-TOP
B0GGIEB. CAKRiAuHH, A.rs, iaii.a;TON.
TUtMIMlKAT aad OKOUKKK WASrUNB. DM A Li, OMNI
BUSES and HACKS. Twenty years steady manufac
turing has given our - work Wid-tpra4' repa tattoo
throagn tne eontnana wen. - 1
We thersfore deem it unnicesaary to say any unraj
In regard to the quality of our work. W waaaairr
avmiT ViRtcu. w can sell eooa Tor Bneataa fro
IlliS to S30. - " - . ,.
Dealers can tie famished with any amount of work
short notice, and at price lower than can be bought toy
wnere in tne wear, neeonu oanu Duggtes uaen in tt
onange ror new wont. - " i
itrRerjalrin don neatly and at Short nottcet . Fa
n on Front, between 8 tatA and Town streets, Coliua-
mu, unio. - .
lLP A" communications Wilt receive prompt attention
B. U. WILLIAMbe. 00
TMlENCn Kin flLOTES, , .'.i
f F&ENOH KID GLOVES.
i FRENOB KID GLOVES . ,
75 eenta ner nalr. urn a (old elMWhera
i lor oi
r liar. . PETER BAIN,
. aovM. .... 5e. W Bouth II Igh atreet
TAKIS CE.OAHS APfO PALETOTS.
I X Slade la tlis most Mylish sad sltnnt planner. A
saw Invoice Juat operrea Of raiKit eain,
de. 11. n, W Booth HlKbstrast. 1
Scrofula, or King's Evil
ja a conatitutionnl diacase, a corruption of tlie
blood, by which this fluid becomee Titited
weak, and poor. Beiiit in the circulation. It
pervades Uie whole body, and may buret out
in diac-ase on any part of it. No organ la free
from its attack, nor is there one which it may
not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low liyme, dia
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, the depressing vices, and,
aboye all, by the venereal infection. What
ever lie its origin, it is hereditary in the con- -stitution,
descending" from parente to children
unto the third and fourth generation ; " indeed,
It seems to be the rod of Him who says, I
will visit tho iniquities of the fathers upon
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings : and on
the surface, eruptions or sores. This foul cor
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofulous com
plaints, but ther liave for less tjowot tn with.
stand tlie attacks of other diseases I conse
quently vast numbers perish by disorders
which, althouch not scrofulous in their mhin,
are still rendered iutal by this taint in tlie
system. Most of tlie consumption which dp-
cimntcs the human family has its origin directly
in tliis scrofulous contamination; and many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of all the organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause.
One quarter of all our people are scTofuloua ;
their persons are invaded bv this Iurkino- In
fection, and their health is undermined by it.
To elennse it from the system we must renovate
the blood by an alterative medicine, and In
vigorate it by healthy food and exercise.
such a medicine we supply in -.
Compound Eitract of Sarsaparilla.
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where prevailing and fatal malady. . It is com
bined from the most active remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and the rescue of tha
system from it destructive conaea nance.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Eruptivi
ana bkiw Diseases, St. Anthoitt s Fibe,
JtOSE, or i-RYSIPEtAS, DIMPLES, PrSTULIS,
B'.otciif., Bi.ains and Boils, Tumors, Titteb
and Salt Khkuk, Scald Head, Hinoworm.
llltrt MATIHM, SYl'HII.ITIOandMERCDHIAXDlS-
f.asp.s, Ditorsr, Dyspepsia, Dbmlitt, and.
indeed, all Complaints auihino moat Vitia
ted nit Impl'br Blood. The popular belief
in impurity of the blood" is founded in truth.
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. 1he
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without which sound health la impossible in
roa the speedy cube or
Intermittent. Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fever, Chill Favor, Dumb
Acne, Periodical Headache, or Biliom
Headache, a lad Billow Favors, indeed
for the whole rlaaa of diseases orlgtatat
Inff In biliary deraufrement, caused by
the Malaria of BI taenia tie Countries.
Wc are enabled hero to offer tho community a
remedy which, while it cures tlie above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. Thii
" CfiiE " expels tlie miasmatic poison of Fever .
and AofE from tlie system, and prevents the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of Its premonitory symptom. It is not only
the best remedy ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, hut also the cheapest. The large
quantity we supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fevp.b akd Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tion. A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered fur the speedy and certain
cure of Iutermittents is that it contains no Quinine
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious ettects whatever upon the constitu
tion, 'ihose cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never had the disease.
I ever and A true is not alone the eonseauence of
the miasmatic poison. A treat varictv of disor
ders arise from its irritation, amons? which are
V-. , .... 7) 1. ... s . ,r . . , . ii , i
tuts, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pal
pitation, Painful Affection of the Spleen, llyster-
ks, ram m ine uoteeis, k.ouc, l aralyn and XV
rangemcnt of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in tnis cause, put on the intermittent
ime, or oectrme periodical, -i ms " Ul'KB " expel
he poison from the blood, and consenueutlv cure
them all alike. It is an invaluable urotectinn to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
reaiding-in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will be excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease, llenee it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittent if tbpv nvnil themselves nf tlin nrntrrtinT,
this remedy affords."
Prepared by Dr. J. C. ATEB it, CO., Lowell, Mas.
KOBKRTB At 8AMU1L. Ooluaiba.
And bv Droirirlstaand Dealer everywhere.
doth: iya,iwar.w , , . , .
Ao experienced Nurse and Female Fhyskmn, present
w urn ausuiion or moaners, ner I i
SOOTHING S YRUP,
FOR CHILDREN .TEETHING,
which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft
ening the rum, reducing all Inflammation wll 1 allay
all, rAin and spasmodic action, and la
SIJKETOHESULATE THE BOWELS.
Depend npoa It, soothers, It will five rest to yourselves
EELTET 1RD HEALTH TO T0TJB UTiril.
We have put up and eold this article for mr tea mn.
and CAN SAT, IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH, of It.
what we have never been able to aav of anv othn .
Sine NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A BINOLE INbT-
acii;,, iu liriiui a uukh, when timely used. Nev
er did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one
who used U. On the contrary, ail radeti.hud with In
operation, and apeak in terms of commandaUoa ef It
magical effect and medical virtues. We apeak In tbla
matter "what wi do KNOW;" after tn yean' expe
rience, AND PLHDSR OUR REPUTATION FOR TUB
ULAbl,Bl a, NT Of WHAT WE HERB DECLARE, la
almost every Instance where the Infant Is tufftrinr from
pain and exhaustion, relief will he found aa atwen or
twenty minutes after tbeSy rap Is administered. ,
This valuable nreoaratlon la the nressrtotion of one nf
th most KXPEKIKNCEDand SKILLFITL NORb in
New England, and na beea ad with NEVER FAIL-
T Is O US A HITS or CASES,
Itnotenlr relieves tbe child from peln. but Invtenr.
stes tbe stomach aad bewele, eorrtets Mldjtjr, and give
ton and energy to the whole system. It will almost Is.
flBlP:0 I TBI E0WXLS, AID WINtt COLIC
nd overcome convulsion, which. If sot speedily reus
died, end tn death. We believe rt th BEST and SUR
EST HKMHDY IN THE WORLD.tr, illiu.rfiiva
ENTER! and MARBJItEl IN CUILDREM, whether
H arleea fsoaa teethloe, or- froaa aav other eaua. U
would aay to vry mother who ha child suffering from
anv or irre toiegolog eempUInU IK) NOT LET V0UR
rrlEJUUlOBS NOR THE PREJUDICES OF OTHERS
stand between you and your suffering child, aad the re
iiei tnai win ne bikj yee. ABmjLurai.1 BUSB o
follow th uae of thUmadlctn, If timely used, tall di
rections for toting will accompany nrk bottle. None
Snulne unless th fac -sta.tr ef 4IURTIS t PERKINS,
rw York, I a the eataid vmpper. r -. T A
Bold by all DruggUta throughout the world.
PrltclMl Office, IS CsNSar Street II. V.
PRICE ONLY 25 CENTS PERBjDTTLE!
tr v t a if
REWOVES AND jPHEVENTS 1N
lammatlon and paiasaad bA tbewatst barn,
arald, bruiae, eui, ar fraah wound ef say kind, i raven ts
welling sad pain from be stings, saosqulte kite, aad
poiaouou plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, aoa in tlie
breast, wit rkcuia, eta. When taken internally. It will
positively cure croup la children. And glre Immediate
relief la the worst eaa of this terrild coiuplaiut; also,
lemove hoaraenes and lore throat. Print, Vi eeat a
bottle, fhould be ta aver lumaa. - For axle bv bra..
j gist aad Storekeeper. . - IEVIN cVJTONB,
I Sole Proprietor, If . I Spruce at., Kaw York
MO r K I It A IS Eta
1 (gnat Rhibons. In great variety at
etyat BAIN a,
Ne. 89, High (treat.