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tOL: f lFNO.216 NEW- SERIES.
COLUMBUS. OHIO. FRIDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY, 15. 1861:
BIX COLLARS PO Y2A1V
Ianrlnblj la AdianosJ
0 AttTfTW-WISOI) WEEKLY
MANYPENNY t MILLER, 1
PUBtlSB: E !sAP ?B0PBISt0B8.
XT OfflM Sot. 86, 81 aad 40, Horth Higk it.
TBRMS IHVABIABLT IN ADVAHOB. ' '
eaiiy -i.-.r :::.:.'-' $e oo per year.
By the Carrier, par week, lli tenta.
trl-WeaHf - TM.
On " I week.. B 00
On ltwk..i 1 IS
n. , .... 1 dare . . 1 00
n Iday ... 7
0De ' 1 lQMrtlon 80
erma il Aalvertiataf tF ttO a.Bvara.
On , " 0 mor.thi IB 00
)n " monthi IS 00
n , ," 3 month 10 00
ne - - 8 months . 8 00
1.a 1 month. 5 00
Displayed advertlsaiaeot half mow tnau ww wm
'idwrtli'ment toaded Mi pl la. the column of
edal Hotlcae," doubi tht ordinary
Ml notices requtreo. to bo published! UwV IJPjJWJ.
It ordered on too lnslxcluslvly after the fire twaek
Der mi, nor Una tbo above rate; hut til such Wil
Sosloess Cards, not exceeding flvlln, per year, IB
tide, tSSOpor lino; outitdo $1, '
NottoMomeeUngs, charitable ootetles, fir .oapenl,
AUiZtli adnrtUmmt murt f foMM
ttratic Tst rtlowlll not be rie4.f""-.
Weekly, MpiiMH the Dally, wher tbo rU.!
ees tho Wsekly alone. Wboro "be Poll and Weekly
I r both used, then th eharg larth Weekly will BO
gill tho rate of Iho Dolly '
No advertisement taken except fori definite ported.
EAOLE; BRASS WORKS,
w:'; b.v potts ; &;I6.,
And Uwafoetaren of Bran wd OompofUlon Cuttngt,
f iiiUhtU BrMt Work of U Ditorlptlonf.
Electro PlatingTnd Gilding ! !
hMBQ-d--' " -'-.1
a. . sotms,
Attorney tt Zjici.'W
! " AND NOTARY PUBLIC. -
Ofioo-Ajub a Uulljlnj, oppoilte CapKoI Square.
' .. .... OOltJMTOB. OHIO;
" , UOLUMBtJO
Machine Manufactnring Company
SKY. '. ' k
To d j g 0 o 0 0 oo.o Mo ScSF
STEAM: ENGINES: & BOILERS,
' 'Cutlngi, MUl-finrlng, HMhlurf.
ALIO, ' - - '
n. allroad "W"
. ?f ? r'j.-4 1 KWMBWi tllIO." $
OHAi. AMBOi, ut .-r t. UUOVlnm.
dooii. tr ' a :
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton & Indianapolis!
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- Throuali to lndlana'Dolls witbOat unange 01 uars
nd but Ppe Change of Cars between
. i.t Columbua and St, Loula. ... f,
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
, FIRST TRAIN
pine at bondODi oni, uJl,ul V. r . .
. irriTlng at OlMlnnaU t . & a. at. 1 Doyton -M S.
.m.,Udlnopollt,lft a. .;.. loaat 11:
t OfjOVltv aunA.
' nnnvunn iTlflW. t 8:10 a. m.. itopplnit at all Bta-
u..it.fm Oolnmbu and Cincinnati and Dayton, V
riTtai at OlndnDatl il:03 a. m., pytonat:a. B.,
V'lHIRDTRAtN.' , .
Y.&Y lCTPHlft3.tt 9:30 p
jononon. -"--' r-VVTT- nrfl.ld. Toator-a.
Biuat 7S0 p. m.', Bt. tonla at H m; Dayton at 5:3J p.
n.; IadlanopolHat : p.
caira on all NlKht Train t
"w 5incianatl and Indianapatlla.
(Dally, Mondays excepted.)
WYPRK88. tia Daf ton, at B: a. n
Yi. nton. Ulddlotown and iumll-
m.. atonnlof at Alton,
CHECKED " THROUGH.
for furthorlnfonnatloB and roghTtekota. apply to
. . V uv .1 , laporlntendont, Otnelnnatt.
,:1 I. J. I ,.i:A.'M . JMO.W.DOHJtait
jnl3 i ' AfOnt, Oolambas,
- Sacb artWes as yoa 4uW for yoar HUBB AND 1
ash as yoa nttd for your Will
' Bach u are prpor for your DAOOHTSR."
Bach u yoat BIBtlB will pralf yoa for.
iaob as yoa for ",TH1 Ofii TOT? MTl BIS
i lock sa will M yooo lor u
1 a. A M all aaaSj .-.'' "" il--' " ' "
, k rind In TirietT. In my tirw atock of
niTrnsi. . CHAINS. JKWEI-BYi
' HATED COODI)
" d jenoral aatortiBontof
Paney and. TTsarnl Artlclaa.
,r?L..Jjll. 10 Baokay HI
pofoahsr. I860., . ..rf ..
, -. ,,r . jait jteeelvea! -
'aV'cII1 BBEEK and BLACK
-tlUU TilAt lOObagi 1 prtao Bio Oonoe. .,
ISO pockeuold Dnteh OoTornaont Jara Coffos, .
drad, Ohrnibod, ranniata ua
' " 60 qalntali Gor Bank 0 7 -
v www . ' ' - - .
A tea. P'.ok Salnon. f ,
tOO bx. Iavyor KaWDS. ..O-Vi-i
SOU. boxdo do 1,. ,
100 qr. box do- -do . .
i knnita and aradea.
twvH7 1' ," i -. --i Wa. MoPOBAXP.
.j" ''wiifaa tn turomo abw poMnrra
ciqABBt' " ' ' -7":
AND -IAN0T ' - AETIOII
"iro-, 1 1 Eaat itata umt, Htweaajmgh
- FAtniiiT rurnu.
ret sai auiy av h i ,a aaU. m.h trt.
kinds at ashtonabla, .
wa araaowoBerlngat vwT low prloet; . '
, oatfil. t.OSoatB1Brtr,rt
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being now more than double what it waa twelye montha ago. It is our desire to extend ita cir
culation, not only in Ohio, ,
' But in all the States and Territories West of Us! ,
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The Largest Possible Circulation
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an inducement to friends to aid us in increasing the circulation of the Wkaxt BTAtisicAif, we
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' ' MANYPENNY it MILLER, ".
...".i.s'.i'-' . '' ! V ' JH.--ri'.-i"-?- fimtiaWBM' se arawwia). "
A. P. STONE & O HAliiiA.
TBB GOODS, and inrlto tha publlo to fnapeot
Uxin. . No such stock of ooooi nao oror Bn w
this market. Tbo South,' In oonooqnonoo of the faUoro
of tho arala crop, has not been ablo o porohMO tha na.
nalqnantttr of rich rood., and thU fact has forood tho
Importen to soil them at pnbllo aootlon. Our buyer
(Mi. Btone) being In New York at the large aaloa, took
adrantue of them, and we can and will soil our goodi
here, at lets than any ono who purehmed two weakselnco,
paid for tnem in new iore. vur.vma uwc..-. .
erery deparavont of . ' " '.;
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS, . . .
OTTOMAN VELOUKo, '
, . BROCHE VAIENCIA8, '
BLACK ALPACAS,. ; . ;.; v.'
' FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES, .
1 ' . : , POPLINS. PRINTS,
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
Boaght in Une my, .';
At an kali 0,t Inl"'
a. .11 Varlatlaa. Of the Ceiejaraaeo
Flaanfatare i v. . ul,
there ot n. .i .:.? .
Men's. ladles and Children's Under Shirts and Draw!
... j nhiuna Hoalen of all kind, In
TaadiZmVWool; ileocyLUnd.and OottonGloToi
of rrery make. .ii-
A oemplete assortment of all tha nsnai vane
LADIES' CLOTHS, '
'' ' - TWEEDS,
FLANNELS, ' - v '.
" DRESS TRIMMINGS,
tadlei and Qenfi Linen Camorio nana.
: kerobieii. fto., c. . -
Va navaima via 'eel! oa , we pledge our words
1,a. tha. tha laraeat. btat and cheapen stock Of BOOde
" " . . . . . it JaII.v. tiar
la ua naraot, w yj tuvm vm - r--
BT0NK ti O'll ARKA .
honr while looking
nOLDEB HIIX. tUIlRTJM
1 1 .
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I. . . ..ajlT.rlKN HTI.T. MllTKTH.
TV. rat tarn of theee ihlrt.are new. Tha Bodies, Tokee,
leeTes and boeome are formed to lit the persea with
.TJrtTThe mark ape aaoM designating
zr .. ha relied on u being correct, and each antra
S?rT?Jd "wiusnaa.- A laU -Lviuntly
for sals at ' . INJt.
I ar4i. 0- '
He. 89 tooth Blgk itraat.
Watches and , Jewelry.
a tiiri M"Fa.ra'tiUtS
-sabaaaVa -tii retriAT!t0K,
f.r. ' .:i a.rt. vi-k u.t. rinluKbma. 0
: TTlNtcbaaaodJVwlasapalre., Vl 3 .
l WavBIaJ 1 AsUKtiS alL.H.8,
Wa'avanoWolfSringourlmmeM stoca "
Stalled, a ur .took I vr . faHat ana con,.,, u,
r- Mo. W South Hrt.
tFr fliaoUoal Afarpaaww.-
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I 'T '-y
iiX of atewaui
tUuj.tor Uawj affii
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WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN!
' ' HAVING A OIBOTTIATIOH 1
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LAEQKR BY ' 8XVER1L TH0TJBAHD8 :
Than any other paper In Ohio, outatde of Oinolonau
ffers Facilities for Advertising
.'. ' " . Which CAB-SOT AIL to brtaw '- J ' ''
Hpeedr an Kemaasrauro "
To thou who take adraatags of ihan,
THE , WEEKLY STATHSMAW
DUtributed u It la through every Poet Offloa tat Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
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Whose patronage at valuable, and Who seldom see we
Dell, Idmon. of elty JoumaUt aai - eV.
T.ftnUarl Knrn bat of AdrertiMmentl
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a a a.J laa Ua aaUmna innflnnAUlT IU
mlV DLfJlHU IO rSS vViHauaawo wrr-r w
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AdvertUlng In 'the WIBBXT BTATKSMASwlH Inj
.', I--; v ' Madvanagausln ....-. r .
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which Is almost pertain" to follow an sxbinslve
atioa at a knowledge of their bualnem
AMOHQ COTOTKY ; DEA1KR8 I
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Tlie 'Webklv Btatesman
1 , Should b handed In befoas Triday noon. ,
H O W. A IT D &iP O :
CALL AT NO, 83. BUiraaa aaauia
and eaamln our new aak of .
..k..a.ai in 1 van e-t .
tmaufactartdaw , HOWARD at CO . Boston,
These Wateh are-lar nawmr so anyuiwa .
to th public, heretofore- Bavtogthe eioloslve sgeney,
I can seli uiem a. prices w .u. ,u. . miiw.
received a targ tok of ' ,aw,,
t. l i i .. . a vrra'nl.Tvr,a ' 1 h
.. .i., j Aftlt-KlAiv naitnto,
amautaetaraclby APPLITON.TRAOT;. 00 alt
slnaiortDMBtot:' '.-n tfi iivtn ota
ENCILISH Altai bwiss "i""i
MH V.kflokt a4 Bljyer Cases, at Panic prices',
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Children's Hair Dressfif dona In th best styls.
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- Br In 111 II SiLu. -' -' ' MIBBBAWs
I -nor'-l ! a.. - )K..aoButhHightrU
INT fljAIft BLAUaa. BlLtva
Basque aad Mastkeel alto, Sioh. Crimmla
iwmatch,M:a ,,, a..qfAIMi
Mii V.-t.-,K- .. 'fi-.'
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aa m m ii.tt
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tor sal by
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laaFansat,. v.a .cwBBBowih tiirt
mmm biantivk babaoe,
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Trt-Wookly,FOttr .. 30
Senator Johnson on Joe. Lane.
Gen. Lame, having been among those who
replied to Senator JoHNsoM'a first speech, the
latter, in his teoond ipeech, thnt refcra to Gen,
Lamb, for whom ha voted 10 reoenuy ror vice
President: " "" - -
mi.t tKaiutta anaanh I made on the 19th of
the month seemed to produce tome stir, aod
among other distinguished Senators, the Sena-
tor from Oregon (Kr. liane; ra n u.
make a reply. I did not think this waa called
for. I had not eald anything offensive to him,
or I did not Intend to. at least. I felt be had
just coma out of a campaign, in which I bad
labored hard, and expended my money in vindi
cating Dim from tbecnarge 01 erocoeiuu. ,
throngh dust and heat, throngbnad and rain,
I traversed my State, meeting the-cbargea that
secession was at the bottom of his platform and
prinolplea, and that it waa a fixed and decided
plan to Dreas np mis uiwuuu. waa
oharged that it waa started at Charleston,
and was consummated at Baltimore, and
that my worthy friend Waa the embodiment of
disunion and secession. I met the charge; I
denied and repudiated U, and tried to con
vince the people that the charge was untrue. I
did not see ahat there waa in my speech to ex
tort an answer from him. I did not oome into
conflict with anything he said or did, and while
he was striking hla blows without cause, I felt
It waa not exactly fair. I may not bare defend
ed him to hla entire aatistacuon. it so tnrneu
out that we were unfortunate, but I waa wil
ling to stand or fall as we should. The Senator
ha waa not eolne to march under my bloody
banner, and I would not find the Northern De
mocracy ready to strike down tne people or a
aaliant Rutn contendioff for their rights. I
I inert lanffuaeethat called for a
reply like that. Did anybody hear ma talking of
m.rrhlnir down Into South Carolina? No-
Why, then, are attacks made on positions which
I did not assume? Why Is tbla language used
toward me, unless intended to make a false lm
oreeelon? But, sir, I saw the consternation In
th fanaa nf uimt. and I knew I had struck a
blow at treason: and It waslfflDcnant that soma
body from another quarter ahould make the at
tack on my epeecn.
Rut tha Senator from Oreeon went further
always to the Senator from Tennessee, aa to the
action of mine on certain resoiuuone loiruuucou
h tha Senator from Mississippi (Mr. Brown.)
Now I wish to say here that had that Senator
(.Mr. Lane) avowed such a doctrine prior to the
Presidential election as ba did in hla reply to
ma expressing disunion and secession eenti
manta I aire it aa mv oplolpm ha would not
bava received ten thousand votes in tba State
of Tennessee. Mr. J. then read from tne reo
ord of votes, showing that the Senators from
South Carolina, aa well aa tba senator irom ur-
egon and others, voted against tne resolution de
claring that slavery needed protection. I want
to know what baa brought such a change over
tha Senator's mind since the last session of
Congress, when tha 8enator aald, under sanc
tion of bla oath, in voting against Mr.
Brown's resolution, that it waa not necessary
to pass laws now to protect slavery? Now
ha la ready to aay they have tba right to go out
of tha Union because Congress has not passed
laws to protect slavery, which he then awore
were not necessary. Then other resolutions
were Introduced, and Mr. Brown offered an
amandmant. and made an argument to show
tha nacaaaltv of nuoinff lawa to Protect SlaVCM
then. But the Senate voted 43 to 3-that
thara waa do dancer, and slavery did not need
nmtantinn. Mr. J. read the list of votes. Mr.
Rar,Umin&a and Mr. Lane ah, yes, Mr
Lane, of Oregon, awore on the 25th of last May
that slave property am not neeu pro.ecwvu
the Territories. ' And now I want blm to get
nn here and tell the Senate and the American
Up ne .,w, o Ji. m break
people If he la for the right or a State w Dreax
up the Union because she cannot get that pro-
teOtiOB lor Slave property WB10a QO ucu Dnul
UAA ..1 naaH fl.auohtar
Old not need. , ll,augnier.i .,, ., .,,
Artemus Ward on "Forts."
ka H.nta nt Knnwriaa k make Dickshunariea
Sbakspeer rota good plais.buthe woodenthev
bin worih a pint of kold Sidur aa a itennor-
I grauioa Reporter, rruuuuci '.
lou. w'ooV mlk. . good
I ta.-i. laaialU K am no ha nan
man 10C we aora. wr, .u....,
, "JJ Washington'! Fort waa to not
Ua n nubUo man of the preaent day resets-
Kai htm to nt atarmln extent. Whara bowta
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7 every man 01 ini.c - - ,
Lfanau rr vuem m v -
can George's e,kal be rawni 1 aac, 001017
...... tn arharaa. or env wharea else.
Oli man Townsin's Fort waa to ! make
Sassrperiller. "Goy . to tht wurld I another
life aaived !" - (Cotashan from Townsln't ad-
aalaamant.l y ... - ' .
Cyrus Field's Fort waa to lay a rub-marios
tellergraf nnder the boundin billers of the Othon
andltben nev n ausv j n, "
, 8paldln's Fort, la to make Prepard Gloo,
.kiak manda avarvthlne. Wonder if it will
mend a ainntr's wicked walie. t , (Impromtoo
'7il.a Vnri la ia ha a famall clroua feller.
My Fort is the grata moral show buzoisa and
-ilI- -Ll.- (im.il. Jltaratnor foe? tha noosoa-
. Th.i'i ahat'a tna mailer wun ma.
. ' ... 1. - C t mIi. an An tA an Inrlaf
1 MO., u. ' " -
nit extent. , a ; ; . . .
T.int I'va , endererd to do thiOBS which
tha.araan'tmvFort. The fust time vas when
inndertuk to lick a owdaahus cuss who cut
hoi. in snv tent 4t krawld threw. -Set I, "my
Jantle Sir, go out or I shall fall onto ypo putty
heavy," i uaDa,"vyauain,oia wu0a
hannneon.I went for him, but
,ri' .u. 1..4 a, Lb. 'na (Vi.aar
P"" -- ---' tFr'. -A .ha.lt.ohll
tent into a ow paa.ur, h f"" ' .
Mm a..- a inin a aand nuddia. As 1 arose
rune out my dreocht catmenU. I kookludid
fl tin wasn't my Fork lie now rlaa the kurtin
aeon Been 3adi It ts rarely seldom that I
oonsolaahun In the Flowln Bole. But ld aser
.1-. ..-a in Inilianv. in tha Faul of 13.
indar sot slok with the fever
A dlde. . I never felt so ashamed In my life,
hlatln a lew swatters 01 auiuin
atranethenin. KootequenW waa, I . hlsted in
.vr aidant aacklv knowwhara boww I
I turned my Uvln wild beestt of Prey loose
the street St opaot my wax wurkt. I
r, . t nu. wa. 80 I hanist mvself
v?,h thara beln too other hoeeae
00 Likewise, one behind enuthet ahead of
SLr -!r.!;Voiierd u w git wa aid,: b
.ul h.in nnnaed to sioh a arrangement
h.onii to kick A squeal otralr p. Konsequents
r ... aiakt wiientlv in tba atammuoK
. 1 1
. 1 h.ck. A nraaunuv iiowou u"""
... rm7ZCL rother bosset, klcki & yellia nke
. . Fott fof ,f ,00 do you'll flud
' . "f 'splaahln round In the Kanal, flggeretlvely
r- . - j
The Ugly Family.
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' t- .ha inw.t district af tha Palmetto
there once lived a family ol alxor seven
were kaowa far and wideas the-ugly
. CI jm..-a nneraimmoB tolookathlm,
v lt-J .k.aaah tha
.j i and whenever u v. .B-
i . . 1 1 . a w .. r n
i i.l.j... .i..r-tn.u iaia aai vt-i
i ana umte bim
IN soared to bark. ", , ,;,',,,
iLai J ooontry, and at last reached tha "0Ow-
eottb Stoa of thaaiabt.tad P?iWJ&
yMtaal dairBtot4 Bt Ungt- .rI.?
tTr'"--'- ' V:vi-L:rii.J0T-lV.i;N.:I.l.'
Ift'rirri ' .tv-t';
ogly family, and endeavored to dispose of the
aforesaid knife. So one morning he crossed
tba Savannah, and about noon be aent a wagon
ahead, and rode no to Inquire the whereabouts
of the family. ,
"Hello, stranger !"isaid ne to a man walking
by the side of a wagon
fieuo, youraeu:" lexciaimeg tne wagoner,
turning round and disclosing a countenance so
tremendously plain that the Georgian almost
dropped from his horse. '
"I say," said the Georgian, recovering a tittle
from his astonishment, "are you not ugly Jake
Tba wanner shook his head and "grinned &
ghastly smile," that made him look like the
1 "I'll bet von ten dollars that yon are the
ngliest man In the State," said the Georgian.
vonei" saia tne wagoner, -come amy-
and going to the back of the wagon, he call
ad, "Wake np, Jake, and put your head out
here." ' ' -
Tha Georgian, burnlnir with curiosity, leaned
forward as the cover was raised slowly up.
Snddenlv his eves fell noon a physiognomy so
awfully, boundlessly, overpoweringly ngly, that
It aeemed to be tormed out 01 tne aouoie ex
tract of delirium tremens. . .. .
Tha horse snorted and started back In fright,
and threw bla rider over bis head, but the lat
ter had soarcely touched the ground before he
waa mounted again.
Throwing down the ten dollars ana nts pen
knife, without saying a word, he took a bee
Una for the Savannah, looking alternately over
aach shoulder, as long aa the wagoner remain
ed In sight.
Russia and China.
Russia baa a way of obtaining advantages
peacefully which other European nations ob
tain only by war. She has just made a treaty
with Ubina wbicu gives Der not only an tne
territory north of Amoor river, but that on its
southeastern bank, below its junction with the
river Ousourl, the boundary line running from
tbat point pretty directly toward the racinc
ocean, where it receives the Tbou-wenklang.
Tbia river discbargea us waters nearly nnder
the forty first parallel, thus giving Russia a
coast line of twelve degrees below her former
limit, the mouth of the Amoor. In point of
territory tba gets tba lion a share, without
having struok a blow against China in the late
At the same time, she baa secured free trade
with the Celestials, which fs another gain over
the allied powers, who have to pay a moderate
duty on all imports. It becomes a question of
some Importance to the Uniteo Statea whether,
under "the most favored nation" clause, our
merchants cannot participate equally with those
of Russia in the field newly opened to their en
terprise and skill. It is true, the privilege It
conferred upon Russians only along the fron
tier; but whether a distinction can be made
between a land and sea boundary admits of dis
pute while tba letter or the treaty remains as
Fugitives and criminals fleeing out of one
country into the other are to be given np to the
antborities 01 tbat from which they tied, cut,
by a clauae of the eighth article, it is provided
tnat "in criminal cases, no matter bow serious,
neither the Consul nor tba Chinese authorities
shall have any right to Incarcerate or pass sen
tence upon an individual not a subject to tbeir
A Painful Position.
An unmarried lady, a perfect specimen of an old maid,
being on a visit to a friend who lived In a large manufac
turing town, went one Sunday to church alone, and wai
shown Into a largo qoaro pew la which half a deaea
females were seated. The prayera wen drawing to a
eoncluiion, when the officiating minister deviated frota
1 ha afternoon aerrW iaia anathaa with waiaa aha waa
unaoqaalnted. This Wa a novelty to Miss P , who
wa In the habit of attending publlo worship at a un
ion, ble chapel In London. When this Interpolated sor
vice began, her eo-pewer stood up; she, ai a matter of
oourse, foiiowee their example, and on aoiag , was
surprised to aee ill the congregation, oxoept Ihemieln,
either anting or Kneeling. 11. r companion piteenuy
knelt down. She again followed their ltad, and by pay
ing great attention to the suooeedlng prayer, she dlscov
ered tbat II wae a thankagrnng for eaf eeltvonno from
the mat ntn and ueril of childbirth- f he asual afier-
neon errlce being over, ah roe from her knees with
orlmoned cheek, and In an agitated state of mind, which
wm m Dy tB 0)tk B0BUl. ,nt0 (n( w
v 1 'ntalDS nun emne, eoe rutnea oufr at in. onarea-pew.
I Into which she had lnadToruntly been put, and made the
I -a.Ont of the church- On entarln. her
I friend' drawlng-rooa, the looked so ixelttd and alarm-
1 ed lhat Mrs. M. exclaimed, "My dear OharlotM, what
I ha happened loyonf Bare you been robbed or assault
led?" ."Worse, worse much worss." hysterically sob-
M a,, oM ,,, beD churcAtf-Lomlm Court
1 . 1.1
1 . ... . .. . . 1 ,-. ... ..
JOHN H. STEKLEY
wtll attend to the i
P08TISQ AHD DI8TBIBUTISQ
BILLS IN THIS CITY.
All orders left at th Office of the BtatnmtM will
promptly attended to. Janll-tr
HAIvE : CHAKCEI
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
I WILL BELL OB EXCHANOR FOR
good FARM, the undivided half f BTORB BUILD
maaai North Hl.h Street. Goner HUta I treat and
Lynn Alley. Knot disposed of by th 1st of April, tk
store will 0 ior nu,
.... a.ma tanaa. ror aeelrabr U1TI rnurast
a well selected stock of vakil 1 mbuussiss.
Twenty very dealrabl BUTLDINOB LOTS, tltaaUd
e vsiauiiw an
atania Aritela. will furnish etanlOTmenl
a few aouv men to act aa agents for thslr house.
prefereno will be riven to tho who are well aoquslae
edtn llMdsstrmt for which they pply. .
For which servloe they ar witung so pay a wuary
hecWtmehr,hlngton Avenue, Bovth of Broad Btmt. t
thai II rTerms sosonpercaaavra. -.'
i V v
$800 to $800 par rear, aad
ForfurlhrpartlcBlafaddrwsai i ' - - -n
W. B. MOKIBOUBB At go.
' landS, Sxchaag Place,
JanSO-dSm. Jeravy Olty, B.
" Sheriff's. Sale. ... ?.-
B.B. Bowman' " ''' " 3' '' ''' '
vs. Buperior Oourt.)
W. BlauihUr ll. ... 1 - - i i','
w-k-v vihtijH or a wnix ur vasn
D diNoted from tha Superior Oourt of Franklin
f iaia. 1 am anev iuk aaia an-
. n loei
a Thursday tna tain uay oi r ewu.r,, .
your- febg-ioja , f
, , : , - c LILLEY '
Ttg-IC t k . 1IXAI a m r.i
who : "And Elsjik-llook KAnufitnturer,'
OATH HIM STXZXT, CQ1XXBV,
aartWdly- ' :
f -4 riwiaoo worth at wellHowaa.
?,(,; .1 -i ? ., tT$f V
; .).;) t:f m.i V;...nr.:il.jod)o't-,V?r'4
' e , ' ,t)'1M
r.,.Dian onnna-Bleak Baetka
l o.,i. na.ua aiaaaast Lone ant I
a av'ai HI anal SV afl HlDVVBi M muwt mtttw-mamm
BaaTbaalnasi Traveling sad all otlmr kinds of D ress
rirst dao worth at Bell How.
From and after this data we shall
REDUCE THE PRICE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE PEn , CENT,
iff oitDga to maki soon roa out
Our assortment is still good,'
and it is known to every
one that our
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO ;D0 NOT FORGET THE
CHEAP STORE OF
KNAFF & OO.
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
. I"" ."-OHIO.
B Taaamt Waaaikcra and 60 Taoa at
Bags Wanted. , , ,
3 Ml 11
Nos. S6, 38 &' 40,' North High St.
INCREASED FACILITIES 1 '
AKC0BAC1T. EHIAFIESS. ' DISFATCB
HAVING M0TEH INTO MT
BOOK I JOB -DEPARTMENT!
,S , WHIL1S BOTH HAVE BEEN
IfKPI.EMNHKII ' I HKULIIiiIULT
New Types. , Borders,' Ornaments, ' &c
ISO ht TSM 0BL1BRATXS fOUSDBT Of
C. T. WHlTls ft CO.. jstew yuks,
THUS aUKDW IT TH1 ., " ow i
Host Complete Establishment
V ;"; ,' Hf THE CITY. ' ';;!
X am now prepared to Kreeute all Orders for
BOOK .AND JOB
... i- ... uri . m atalanftha Avt
Ana IB turn wiayyiv v - -...
. ' w a-a-a. :i.a ,
' PAMlOtJLAB ATTIBTIOB PAID TO
'"- 1 6 ''
tin. a tajiaa. circulars.
BUI HS niaaa., a
n..iiie.tta . .. atecalpts.
Prar Tlcsteta,' ' llearlatera,
HOW CARDS &' BILLS IN COLORS,
- - - - . -: w.t.
CHXCXt, ' , . BQTK8. , ,
m- OABSBr i I . . BJlvi.'u, -
v HXADUGS, . j , COSZSACIf
IliiwtoEiteta, Sho W
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how BUlB. Hand lint, Taaals, OoaasrV r
- f r :"' , V,Kl:L.i
a yrf war p.
o - .;WT e-ai,--2 l.l rwco ot u-j
L.la'l .-..ri t nf; -.'t .i" ,VvC,CT t.t.'.-.:i
LOW BUlB, alanB U" , -
OF EVERT ' DESORIPTIOH t ?
school caiie. catatogna., . r. .
uf 1, V. 1..
i i. miaoauauwvua iwwna
PTintintr in Gold and iColo
e i ii
'"av;c'i m 17!
..uu iM&aM IB jtvexr cour on a
I ili . I ,rl p-.:- f, V..A .- ni.l -- 'a. '
I'ia.! .L..' av. w- 4. nsntral OhltL
. jto Biuy a-iwae wa. turn --77 -7
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TTI INTITI ATTINTIQN to tome ef the most
Inordinary sure by mj .
1 PECTORAL SYRUP. . '
" ' -' ' - ' -- v- ' '- .-. '
They are at homo, and anr ana who ha donUa ean la- -:
quire of the peraon who ha-re been cured by It
DB. KITiER 18 PBtPARID AT AST TIM To
IXAHUH LUNGS WITHOUT OHAROB. VOR AI.K
THOBB WHO MXID BIB MXOIOiNBS.
. i.-r it"'- 1 . -I v. - ..
ATTEND TO YOUR COLDS -A eaa of ftv years' '
landing cured by DR. KlIBBR'A PE0TOR4L IfBUP.
' Prrrssraasi. Jan. H, IBCO.
Pa. Karen : My wife has been afflioted with a had '
cough and difficulty of breathing, for fir or sta years,
which, for aeT.ral years back, had gradually Increased in K
Tiolene. I he complaint has been hereditary, and aha h
had been treated by several phydclan without any re
lief. In this state of her ease, I procured some of your
Pectoral Ooneh Syrup. I boua-ht. ah Brat tine, a Bftr
cent bottle, which relieved her very much i I then called
aod got a dollar bottle, which eared her entirely, and
he has now no traoe of the former dlarua, esoepl weak
ness, a wouia aiao it at mat 1 used the aedlcia my
sslf to a cold and cough. Tho mediotn cured me by tak '
lag ono aoe 1 express my enure eatk.fa.-Uoa with tha ,
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish thla if sou
desire to do so. WM. WILSON,
Aldermen fifth Ward. ,
Pmsantea, Nov. 18. 1MB.
Pa. KsTsta: Althounh not aa adrooata of Patent
Mediclnoe. In general. It afford m pleasure tndeoerrba '
bio to recommend your Peotoral Syrup. A a medic lao
It I well worthy the attention or any person he may in
any manner b af&lcted with eough, cold, and hoarseness
of any hind, and for the peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that dlsagreeabi sensation attending a se
I hare been, more or lew. In my lira, iffeo'ed with lb
severest of cold and hoarseness. At times my throat
would beaoae so el..eed aa to prevent my speaking above
swhlaner. and by taking a few dose of the abov By nip
it would relievo mo entirely. -
In rooommeodlns this medicine, I must unhesitettnily
ay that It lath beet remedy I over found, purporting to
our tbo above, nor anouia any mail a without toil
remedy for diseases so prevalent.
xours, mosi respecrrauy, ' - j-
,.:; , JtDWARDJ. J0NB4, . ,
, Oaahler Cltisens' Deposit Bank'.
BrauntnviLUiO., March 14, 1958
I have used Dr. Keyeer's Cough Byrup for a bad eough
of evral year stand log, aad can chaerfully aay it is
the best medicine for the asms that I have ever taken .
COL. PRATT AND DR. KEYSKR'B PXOTOBAL
BYRUP. Da. Eirata Dear Bir: Bxcuse tb delay of
my aeknowledgiBg thezoUoe of your Pectoral Oeugh
Byrup sooner. I take great pleasure in saying that It la
all you aay It I. Jttnocmnu
aad th worst on I waa ever afflicted, aiuu I have not
if0 tf: ::..! .c, 'w..!?
i.,v-.',:a i.J u! 7
V.-.i-ul ......? A ,) :' s -; ..vo ,4
9l jlf f vl .f.l ?Wll jFfr.'a 3.;rJ
used more than one-half of th bottle, and I ean and do '
wish that all who an afflicted would give it a fair a trial
aa I have done, and they will be proud to aay, "It I no
quack medicine." I would not suffer another Mohan
attaca Tor any con. ioe ration, or aa any ooew a am con
fident I can breathe mora freely than I ev r did. I shall
always acknow lodge a debt at gratitude (orin-raauag
excellent a remedy. Yoa are at liberty to usr. my nam.
in this regard, as you think proper a. r. mTr,
Messenger Common Oouncll, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Pittsburgh, May 11, 18511.
N . B I am no stranger to my fellow-eitlMM. and
who entertain doubts can comull a. personally. . . .
.... i Tf. '
PiTTsatTaaii April 84, 1847.
B.BAD TIIB TRUTH. Oa. Kavsaa: I have a daugh
ter who baa taken several medicines for a bad Muga,
without benefit among them Ayor'a Cherry Pectoral.
I purchased from you a bottle of your PKOIOaAL
8YKUP, and before she had used half a bottle shs we
relieved. Th second bottla cured her entirely of hr
eough. JOHN DAttlM,
Bobtnson street, Allegheny.
A OBBAT C0RB BY PH. KEYBBK'd i'BCTORAL
8YB0P. I Ihre In Peeble township, Allegheny county.
I had a coughing and spitting, which commenced asout
the 4th of t ebruary last, and continued eight month. I
employed th best physician in the country, and ay
eough continued unabated unUI early in October. At
tbat time I waa advisea to try your rauxunai, vvuua
SYBUr, which t did, aad alter i had taken on bout a
was entirely free from th oougbing and (pitting. I had
despaired ef ever getting wU.sad I think It should b
known that this valuable rewedy will do for others what
It has done In my oase.. juhh u.t.ii'xi.,
Wltness-a-u, a. ara. reeuiestownnip. -
1 ' ; " - Patron Tr., April It, 1BS7.
A WONDBRVTJL CURB. Bona time aso. an old
neighbor of miaa wa vary 111, with a had sough which
very on supposed to be consumption. Hi relatives
told ma that he had taken every remedy they heard of
withont bene fit; hi brother cam to as aim da), aad all
war eonfiinMd In the belief that be could not live. I
had about th third of a bottla of your Poaterat Sirup.
I watch I gave him. and It entirety cared him, to the estcn
lahment of all. What make the eaa more remarkable.
I a th extreme age f la man, he being aboutehthty years
old.-i 1 hare no oount to j-eiorai aavea ni mo.
. aMw ....,'..-.
DR. KEYSBR'g PKOTORAL 8TBTJP IN t LAIR 9-
TILLB. Please sand m another supply ef your valu
able "Pectoral Byrup." Almost everjbody around us
ha the oo Id and are Inquiring lor "Br. Beyser Peotoral
Byrup.'' We hare told sixteen bottle last week, and are
now ennreiy out. nr. , amerano ar. r. maaer.aosn
of Blalrsvl le, Pa , tell us they would not b without It
In their families. In fact, all who Bee it oaea want U
agala. .v.. Your, aaspeotfuHy,
a - . . wiM.auf uw. i
l D. naiianDun ea ovnp
taBatryBO, 18rt. i;."v' i!i j .
aNrVTWBB Nirvr CERTIglCATB DR: kCTBBB'B
PBOTORAb 8TR0P- I had awn troanled with aeaugh
and sold tor aeverai week o had waa It that I could not
slsep. load tne advtoe and prescription, frota three of
in beatpnysKiane m maciry. wnoca a aoaw aame, u no
not do so. I finally procured a bottle of your Peotoral
Syrup, which eured m entirely. Slenwa, f ; a
.4 i . : a. w . Bxannivci,
838 Ltbartr street. Pittsburgh. Pa . Jan fi, 1880.
.n . ..... . . . ,..ji I '-a "i j:r if .
to Keyeer's on Wood street and get a bottle of his Ooagk
Pee total, and a thai (eat care yoa. your eamtb
dopant Indeed." Ihi la a a pacta en of th colloquy
On hears almost every day In oold oatehlog periods of
U year.- And w can, troas acuta i expencneot, enaer
fully eonour In th adviser's admonition aa abava, tor w
nav tried th "pectoral," in amoatMuaaom eaaa, wtui
with on of th most distressing, contrary, mallsh, aa
subdusbl eough w everaxperltnoed lino our advent
upon this mnadao sphere, Wr ougud steadily and
IsborlOUSiy for on wuu. wwa. ia mrywm u. Nnaf m vw,
hut It wa no go. - an laot it aermea ratnev e aav am
Droved by practlo. and to have acquired strength.potaa-
. J . . 1. JI I. , .... . t. I. akl
... w n,.
;1 teak It
log to airaeuoaa, ana in iony-iga aeure wa wan
master of the field, tb enemy Having anonnainonany
rarmirlarvd, altar a hrttf bat aaaemd aeaniat with o
formidabw an adversary as aejai, - woaan
Pectoral." Vtovnmut vuppr, low. -
SB. KITBBB'B PIOTOBAL STRUT I arcpared and
aoldnvDr ekOROB H. aaiaan, tu wooo street,
Pirgh,Pa. .' .'.' . . JUV
Jf r avid IB vommoua y avnaaiD a BAmv aiu.
rTlOOTIf AtJHB REMEDTk (ithUlf
LX v BjjOt.- w .j vzi) a ttad, n 7 '! .rr,.Vi
lit Nil i
. Prepared aad (old by
A. BTJHHJ CURB. ''V
r i-oi! ..! ivm fl.io L.
Da.OBO. H. JtiTlBB,
I w , -. ante, a
loltlri Columbus hy BOBBBtB" at BttTtJllL.
UKX.WtJnrv Mt n WBV H. MttUAUI.
i : M'KEE & REST EAUX,
.. .. a..ia lllh Sim... ..
T..7 rl Mi -rfAn.
.,a 4 .in ' '. ;.7MnTioi.TiMBna.omo.
I t i-' ' : i ,i. ii lat ",Ma.ala,a
and' Betaii, iinsm- eiari.. r n. am
Pl.OCB, tt.T, TBA. COriBB, otllAtt. imtlW,
I,. I SMABJJ.Biia ,to. - Our Block hb purcutsed to
1 sMlcra Oltle during tu Paulo,
aad mrmsln -wndaavo Will N to offer Induwments I
i,AMU MUi-V Whicaareiioi w v