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FnneotlT we rscelve fetters ou buelneesi in
which the writer embody their sentiments to
Kptaf on divers eolltto! Questions, end occasion
ally make the request ol ai to correct end eub.
li.h what the hare written. Sooh persons al-
gaostaniveraallr write their matter, buaihess
ead otherwise, beginning; on the first page, Off
apjlng theseooed, third, end not unfregoently
.b.iwii.r.sire-ofthe letter or foolsosp sheet,
on wbiA they rite,tnd, m ofit,
what they VV PI .rS'Tr
Calls to ee tbe light, T , -t-V
XT.tt- landed for tbe pre should, be writ-
tin only on ertry etherpage, , Thus, If A. be
gin compoeUioft-fcr.ihe M.MW
write down the first page of .the sheet, but omit
to put anything on the second page then he
enordd wrlU down tbe third page oltb iheet,
aod emit the fourth page, and thus proceed onr
til ha finlabes blf subject,
It is surprising thst after the frequent admo
nitfnm Mrm to catties who desire to trite for
tho press, of the necessity of the observance pf
this rule that It Is so rrequenuy
olaliy when Ite rlolatioa U eertaln te wolnde the
prodaotlon which the author nas laoorea ra onng
Wt have to say to our firiends, and we beg
thMt to remember It. that where matter is. pre
pared fot the Satemii, it must bo foswarded
to ns In such shape that we can use It, which we
ornnot do If every page is occupied with wrl
ting, unless we cause it to be re-written, which
WO WMl uu uut
No Compromise—The Rugged, "Irrepressible"
Issues Must be Sustained.
The New York Tribunt, of tbe 15th IssUnt,
is exceedlnely bitter and vindictive in its as
saults on the conservative men in tbe Republi
can party, who; desire to compromise our diffi
culties and preserve the Union, lne Uucsgo
TrihuM bavins: inoken lo condemnation of
Judge Kellogg's course, and criticised -the re
cent views of Mr. Scwaju2 with some severity,
a call baa been issued for a publio meeting of
the Republicans of Chioago, who coincide with
Mr. Siwakd and Judge Kellogg, which, aa their
best explanation of Itself, we publish entire
ism follows : :- .
"We, the antlersigned, Republican of the
city of Chlcsgo, who have heretofore left all
poUUcal natters to politicians and editors (who,
we tbinK, nave, more or tcss, always misrepre
seated ue). deem It blab time and highly lm
portent that a meeting be called to have a fair
expression on tbe political differences that now
distract aod divide tbe oountry, and believing
that the series of articles emlaating from the
Chicago Tribunt, In regard to tbe Hon. w mum
H.Seward and Judge Kellogg, is not Indorsed
or sanctioned by ooe tentn oi tne jtepooucans
of this city, but, on tne contrary, was nineteen
twanttatha of them are willinR to abide by any
lair adinatment of our differences, and - have
full confidence in the ability and patriotism of
tho Hon. Wm. Hr beward, aca so rar oo in
dorse all the -efforts of Mr. Seward, and all
others who trulv have .the love of tbe country
at heart, end ere willing, if need be, to feri
ne mil fmrty inttrattft ear cswabw's fx
On this call reaching New York, the ire of
tho TVienn was excited, and in fu rage it
broke but as follows: A ; ;1 .
These Republicans who have heretofore left
all political masters to politicians aod editors,
are just tbe sort to com forward at tbe present
moment - with a cheerful readiness to ., turn
Democrats, or Belleveretta, or any thins; else
that, may'be convenient. Having neglected
thair'dutice like eloKKarde hitherto, they natural
ly propose to abandon them like cowards now.
Their support can't be worth much to any body.
Bat what is the sacrifice of party Interests
which these Chicaco patriots commend as land-
ble? Is it merely the appointment of one set of
men to offioe instead oi anotnerT nor as ail
It it thi ibundommnt efprindpU. It Is eesentl'
ally tbe same thing as siding with tbe British
Government la the struggle of the Revolution
it is Toryism revived end applied to the more
momentous Questions now at issue. ' it is not
merely tbe destruction of the Republican party
. aa a Political organisation: it is the renuncia
tion of the great truths, and the abjuration of
. the sacred obligations on which that party is
based. Whoever now proposes to make new
compromises with slavery that is to say, real,
and not sham compromkoo" proposes, more or
less completely, to surrender the ' Terr I tor las
to that cursed aod pernlaious Institution, and
virtually if sot explicitly to admit that slaves
are property which no State can rightfully ex-
This it is that Is meant by sacrificing part
Interests: and hswever these centlemen of Chi
fOago, who have heretofore left polities to others,
snay think about it, we can tell them that the
Intelligent masses of the country, in cere Dem
ocrats as well as sincere Republicans, regard the
proposal of such a sacrifice with mingled alarm
and scorn Republicans because they wjll not
disgrace their country and themselves by for
swearing their principles j Democrats, because
Jtbey, too, desire to have it proved that there is
a North, and that Freedom can be as firm as
Slavery can bs insolent and sggressive.
- We publish the above simply to show1 those
taen in the Republican party who are In favor
of tbe preservation of the Union, and willing to
make honorable concessions and a fair and just
compromise to effect that object, what tb.ey have
to meet, and how they may expect te be treated
ty th chief organ of the party "In 'the United
States, If they psrslst la aeing their efforts for
moderation and 'conservation. Gsblit will
eut them off at the knees he will expel them
from tbe smiles of power, banish them from the
favor and patronage of the Republican organl
Mtloneod drive them ouCfrom the fellowship
rof such political saint a himself. ' ' 1
'u - ;
It is manifest from . Mr. Lincoln's speech at
ritteburgb, that he baa little confidence in his
own judgment or Information, and that he will
be tbe topi of any faction or clique by which he
may be surrounded.
" Be said at Pittsburgh that tbe tariff plank la
tb Chicago platform should be a law to the in
coming administration. Bnt he admitted that
there t are differences of opinion la construing
this piank, and that be baa Pj ne means a
thoroughly matured judgment upon the subject,
especially as to details. Details ere all-lm
portent In a tariff measure, for It Is principally,
nay almost solely, In the adjustment of these
Hist dtfsreaces arise. f . , '. . is Q , j.
Mr. Linooui laid down one general rule, and
one only oo the subject of a tariff, which was
iruti?ntilly this That when an article pf
.-: 7 as gooa a quality cat be produoed at
cl-,'y t borne l abroad, It should be protect
ed. This demontrates clearly that be bu no
well-detucd view cn the tariff question j for
tie c; la siiposed, it is plain that the home
jtrouuet would need no protection. r " ' '
Mr.Linrom also confessed LlmaoJCin the
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star uia. ills political education, be said, bad
prejuJlced aim agalust a very tree use of
red means to control the legislation of the
country, lmpijtoff that he thdught t limited two
of such means might, in some casss, be neces
sary. Ot the time and oooesloa R tbsir, use,
he of course must be the sole Judge. "
We are not disposed to judge harshly of the
new-administration. In advance of its inaugu
ration into the seat St power, bat with iheiwuu
lfestatlonS pf such consumniste Ignoranos and
abominable laxity of pnuoiple, en the part of
the incoming Executive, we fear the worst re
aultsm its imbeolllty and eorrdplion '
bski t-Hur nvctt epseco, to be lacking in Uiorai
Elections and Convention in February.
Arkanaas sod Missouri on this day, Monday
Feb. 18th, bold elections for delegates to Slat
Contentions.:;. I t ",?J
Texas, on next Saturday, Feb. 93d, votes a
tbe MUifipation or rejection of the Secession Or.
lne Tennessee State Convention meets' oa
this daj week, Mpnday, Fsb. 25th..1; ; '. , ,
' North Carolina electa delegates, te k State
Convention on Thursday, Feb, 23th, and on the
same day, the Missouri State Convention meets
We received this morning four consecutive
numbers of the Chioago daily Tim. It U not
an uncommon thing' to receive three, four, aod
even five consecutive numbers of tbe Timt$, or
the St. .Joseph (Mo) Gautle, or the Dubuque
Herald. We mention these papers, beciuse they
are now before us, furnishing tne fact npoa
which we write bnt it Is so with nil our et;
changes and oar letters. Soareely one comes to
us ea time. No person connected with the mail
service, on the leading routes,' and where there
are special agents and means to facilitate tbe
mails, appear to have the least care fcbont the
speedy transmission of mail matter, h .- . i i
A Passage at Arms in Congress—Cox, Hutchins,
- f i-. i . . . .... ,
Notwithstanding theeonsknt press en our
columns, ws cannot refrain from Inserting s
Congressional tilt s passsge at arms wbicb
took place on the 9th Instant in tbe HaD of the
House, between Messrs. Cox,' Hotcbins, Stah-
tom, and others. Tbe friends of Mr. Cox will
be gratified to Me haw well he bore himself,
snd how triumphantly, he became out of tbe
contest. Gaow and others serf of wrung In to
bother Cox and aid HcTCHim.bnt it was do use.
The gallant member from the Central District,
was, aa usual triumphant.. ' For ths debate,' see
thei first page pf this jsper ' j--
The Proposed Book Tax.
Udder the present tariff the revenue derived
front the duty on books Is paid at tbe rate of
eight per cent, so reforest on all prints. There
have been no' complaints of frauds under this
law. "But," says that staunch Republican jour
nal, the New York jEoeniso Port:
"Mr. Morrill steps In and proposes, and the
House of Representatives sustain bis proposal bv
its tote, that English books, bound or unbound,
except tooee printed tnirty years before their Im
portation, shall pay a duty of fifteen oents on ev
ery pound weight, lbeap or costly, books for the
non or oooxs lor tne million, all are to oar the
same rates oy tne pound, oo isr as recards
books of a popular character, of which large
editions are sold, ths principal effect of this
increased duty will be to encourage our pub
lishers to give as inferior editions. Under the
present tariff of low duties they have been sub
jected to strong inducements to exoel, and these
nave bad their ettect. Where there la no riv-
ralry there will be no endeavor to secure a
market by out doing "one's competitors. We
must not put an end to this wholesome rivalry
by exorbitant duties.
But with retard to solid works, works of sci
ence, works designed for the use of professional
men, of students, of persons engaged In tbe arts
and mechanical occupations, or in ether pursuits
In regard to which the community at large
are not concerned to .Inform themselves, the
duty of fifteen cents a pound will prove a bur
densome and most inconvenient tax. Those
works as a general rule are not reprinted in this
country, since they are certain to meet with but
a slow sale, many ox them can only be obtain
ed in binding, which adds greatly to their
weight, snd in consequence will increase tbe
duty proportionately. . They are works which
must be imported or wholly dispensed with.
Those on whom the burden of the tax will fall
are not tbe rich, but generally persons of small
means, uur readers will inquire what addition
the Morrill scheme will make to tbe present
duty on this class of books. We have tbe au
thority pf booksellers for saying that It will be
equivalent to aa aiditionai tax of from fifty to a
hundred and fifty per cent, on the present rate
that Is to say, the duty will often be consid
erably more than doubled. If (congress desire
to discourage the spread of science and learning,
tne morrui oiu lurnianes aa empnatio express
Ion of that desire. Let Congress pass it. '
. The bill proceeds to impose a duty of ten per
cent. teteress on "fflsgasinee, printed pam
phlets, periodicals and Illustrated newioaoers.
bound or unbound." If It be important that the
ounce soouid oe speciso, why are these publi
cations subjected only to aa erf eetorem duty 7
Why are they not. made to pay so many cents on
the pound, ss "books?" No good reason can
possibly be given. But when we come to ask
what are the "printed pamphlets" which are to
pay tnis duty or ten per cent, at valorem, and
how they ars to be distinguished from books,
we are (Involved In an embarrassment from
which Mr. Morrill sad those who helped htm
to patch up his foolish bill have givea no due
to extricate us.
But tbe bill now before tbe Senate bas yet
another provision; it subjects all periodicals
snd other works in the coarse of printing and
publication In this country to a dntv of tnt
per oenf. computed oa their value. Here is an
other departure from Mr. Morrill's rata of una.
eific duties, about whloh'he and his assoeiataa
declaim so mucn. While the books imported
are sot republished In this country, they pay
fifteen cents on tbe pound; the moment tbe
same books are put to press here they are made
w pay twenty per cent, ea e(erwi.
A letter from Rome, in the Cturier dt Lt
ens, says: ' -
"Having recently paid a visit to the Neapoll.
talflroBtier of the Abrntzl. and havinr ri.
ed letters from different part of Calabria, I
b" Willi ui iiiuauon oi tns neign
boring kingdom, sad that tbey are very grave
In tbe Abrorrl and Calabria there Is aoch ex.
dtement that It can only be compared to tbe
state of Spain from 1808 to 1814. In tbe town
and province of Terame there bu been a vast
reactionary movement, and it was so complete
that the authority of Francis II. is re-established,
and the flag of the Two Slellles floats from
public buildings snd private booses. A yeunr
officer, at the bead of 300 discharged soldiers oi
toe royai army, cs attack! and driven away
the riedmonteee in the nam of Francis II. In
one of his decrees, he recommends respeotof per.
sons and property, nd denoaoeee- tbe acte ol
vengeance In which the excitable populace are
too ready te Indulge. - A similar movement has
ii .lnpi,f ,n to P"1" of Acqulla, so that
all tbe Abrupt are now in arms, end tbe Pied
montese have been obliged to withdraw their
Issolated garrisons- It Is even alleged o the
frontier that the greater part of the.r garrison
at Acqulla has been diM.rm.ri. hm tM. I
not guarantee. Ia Calabria a reactionary move
ment Is also being orgwUed; the discharged
novelist soldiers are rauiunhiin. ..j if..
, Ml W V Uf
talions.oX them have already beei. formed;
Guerilla bands ol Calabrlan volunteers are also
being gotten op." -
1 ' " r'JI'T
BT To-day, the flrstPresident of the Southern
"Confederate - State of America," JirriMoa
Davis, te to be inaugurated at Montgomery f Al
ADJOURNED SESSION. IN SENATE.
MONDAY, Feb. 18, 1861.
eafl the" Senate' waV demanded, and
eighteea 8eqiors answered to their names. ' '
A auorum belujr present, on motion, all fur
ther proceedings under the oall were dispensed
With. " : - -! ' -'-.v .
Mr. FOSTER presented the net Lion of E. V
Kauke and 36 other eltlaensoi Williams conn-
ty , praying ,for a law to provide for tbe better
maintenance of tbe Incurably insane of the
State. ' Referred to the committee on publio
benevolent institutions. -
., Ms. McCALL presented the memorial of K
Lyons Rezin Welch A Co., and Wm. J. Fry, la
relation te tbe holdere of the notes of tbe Sen.
see County Bank: ! Referred to the select com
al,lA.(n that Bnhi.ft 1 '' ' ' 1 '
Mr. ORR presented the petition of Peter
8heets and 81 tlher citizens of Wyandot coun
ty; also, of W. M.Keed and 79 other citlsens
of the earns county, for a law for ths protectlos
of the fisheries In the Sandusky river, which
were referred to a select committee of three,
Mmn. Orr. Brewer, and Fisher. ' A -
Mr. POTWIN presented, the memorial of
Gee. A Jones and 14 other oitiiene of Ztnes
vllle, relative to tbe holders of tbe notes of
the Senses County Bank, which was referred
to tbe select committee on tbat subject,
: The following bill was read a seoond time..
' H. B, No. 334 fix sUndard of a ton.
menta, was read a third time and passed: yeas
19: nave, none. '. - -.-s.-i r
Mr. EASON gave notice of his Intention te
Introduce a Dill to remove drill, flood wood, and
other obstructions from the channels of streams,
not declared navigable by law. !:
On motion of Mr. ' STANLEY, the House
resolved itself into Committee of the whole on
the orders of tbe day, and, after some time
spent therein, rose and reported back
, H. B. No. 334: To fix the standard of a ton
without amendment, and said bill was ordered
to be read a third time to-morrow-i .
Mr. POTWIN introduced a new bill, 8. B.
No. 934: To Incorporate savings, benevolent
and charitable associations. i j
On anottoo of Mr: 8TANLEY, the 8enate
took a recess. . -; , ;;, '
of the Commercial Revulsion—Failures
in the Month of January, 1861.
' The effects whloh our political troubles are
nroduolne noon trade and commerce are becom
ing every day more manifest; and there is per
haps no bettor indication of tbe growth ol this
great calamity than the Increasing failures of
commercial houses everywhere. We have been
furnished by the commercial agency of McKil
lop A Co., Park row, with a table of the fail
ures which occurred during tbe month of Janu
ary In the different States, which we subjoin;
NDMSM OS filLDKS.IN TBI UNITIP STATES IN
l..;v,m,TI801' " . .
Alabanw....n B Mluonrl 83
Conmctlcut . . . . S North Oarollit. , A ,
n.ltaH. . . 1 N. n.in.klM A I
DIMrletoluolnmMa...... 7 New Jersey
Qor(U.... 8 Nebruk Territory.
Illinois S3 Now York
Indiana ...M Ohio
at . S
.. 1 Soma Caroline....
. 10 Texas ....
Mlatiailppi .. ..... .
1 . Total..., 40o
Tbe aggregate number of failorM throughout
the Union lor the entire year 1860 was only
3,676, and it will thus be seen that tbe failure
of tbe first month of the present year are very
considerably above tbe average per month in
leou. Ana it must oe taken into consideration
tbat the .commercial disarrangements under
whloh tbe conntrv is now sufferine are bat pre
liminary to what it is destined to undergo ii the
present political difficulties are not speedily set
tled Dy some peaceiui arrangement. . The fail
ures ocourrlng now may be looked upon more
In the light of temporary suspensions, or exten
sions of time, contingent upon I nture political
results, man as sDsoiuie failures; but If tbe ex
isting troubles are not amicablv settled, or that
coercion la to be the policy of the new adminis
tration, the present ooodition of our mercantile
affairs is but a very dim foreshadowing of the
N. Y. Herald.
Patterson vs. Bonaparte.
1 The great case of Patterson vs. Bonaparte
was opened at Paris, before tbe First Chambers
er tbe Uvii Tribunal of tbe Seine, on r riday,
tne ia ot last montn, rom the very natu
ral curiosity which the case excites, tbe oourt
room was as full as It oould possibly be. The
nroceedlntrs were opened bv M. Leprand. ainaiu
for Jllrs., Elisabeth Patterson, presenting the
rouowing oonciusionsi i nat it may please tbe
Tribunal to declare the marriage contracted oo
the 24th of December, 1803, between the late
Prince Jerome and Eliaabeth. Patterson valid.
And also to .take Judicial cognisance (donner
acte) tnat m. Bonaparte, while demsndintr that
the marriage of tbe 24th of December, 1803,
may be declared valid, Ms never had any inten
tion to contest, and does not now contest, tbe
civil and political effects of tbe Uuion contract
ed. In 1807, by bis father with tbe Princess
Catharine of Wnrtemberg." M. Berryer fol
lowed on tbe same side . in an uninterrupted
speech of four hours snd a half, when the court
rose for a recess. - Un reeamlnc. M. Allon ooen
ed the ease for Prince Napoleon, and waa bold
enough to say that the eloquent advocate op
posed to him "had very little hopes of winning
his case." He rests his case entirely upon the
law oi France at the time, of the provisions of
whicn, ne says, nm ratterson war well aware.
when she said, "If I can be his wife but for an
hour, 1 will run the risk;" and that, knowing
the legal objections to the marriage, she had
not contraotea ii in gooa uttn. - un tbe oonciu
slon tbe Court adjourned for a week. Tbe Pa
ris papers are absolutely silent on the subject
even tbe fact of tbe trial is not mentioned in
their news columns. ' . '.
Who shall Save the Country?
' It the Union Ss to be preserved as it is. and
restored to the necessary barmonv, sewseeWe
must do It. . Tbls must be . the work either of
the Republican party or its adversaries. If the
Republican party and tbe Republican Adminis
tration assume ana peri or m tbe duty, tbey will
save themselves while tbey are saving the
country, it they reiuse to do it. their adver
series will be tbe party oi tbe country, and will
claim the advantages of that position -'Albany
Evnting Journal. ev a v.. ..ry.i i ;
".This is very true. The Republicans can com
mil suicide by refusing to settle tbe troubles of
tbe nation, snd, under ordinary circumstances.
we would be willing to see them torn self-ex s-
enuoners. uut patriotism ounut now to rise sa
peri or to party, snd we are willing; to follow
weir ieaa in the enort to save tbe Union. Will
tbey lead, or must others take the lead? w-
nal of Vemrneret. - " . . .t
A Gssat Fau-acv. One of tbe armllancee
used to Induce conservative men to acquiesce In
tbe secession movement, is the inculcation of
tbe idea tbat by secession the Southern States
can eeewe- better jroarantees for their future
safety, than tbey can by remaining and contend
ing lor ineir rights in tbe Union,. And, whan
wiry nave secured tnese guarantees, it is ar
gued they 'can resume their position ia the
Union., This is'a fallacy. Let all' the Slav a
States withdraw from the Union, and It ia dis
solved lorever; . 1 here can be no reconatrnetion.
Tbe Interests to be conciliated are too various
snd diversified to admit Of reconstruction. Let
no one be deceived by this specious theory.
.Rather let those who favor secession, anon an v
and all themes or pretexts, prepare for a perpet
ual separation oi tne slave ana non-slaveholdlna-
Statesi and then they will deceive neither
themselves nor others.' it is better, and
taiuly. .more manly, : to look ut all tbe eonse.
Drl Hall' BALSAM Is the (Iron rest e'erK
led,' medicine In the world for, the.cdre of
wwyna, iifuunH, UrrmclHlJ and the
primary stagM of CONSUMPTION, rivlDft im.
ueJlate relief, and imparting a cheerful sensa
tion of returning health and strength.
AN APPEAL FOR THE COUNTRY.
BY MRS. ELLEN KEY BLUNT.
(Th followlnf patrloUs and Ipprtulro Unes wen
aiy, after ah ha compiled wlth;th rreddeat's noon
meaaatioa tf Spatrv It u a day af kumlllaUenand pray
r. , Th tine, 11 elroamitanees apdsr whloh they ware
written, and the eharaoter and aNooUtlonS of tb writer,
allemMaetoslrsasoleBBioNrest to ths appeal.
jtauomu JntiUigtHctr. ,r
dLoar to not w tmi loiurrt'OM Witb mot, ooo
wiu. Towaan Man. "
from lake to fulf, from sea to asa
m W hare knelt la on solemn Vast,'- r
That Oo atajr heal our counlii'i lUlfe,
forflvlnf us aU th past.
Bear w no vols as w Ustenlna standT
Oomes thor no touch on tb angry handf
Thtllla not on heart-throb throufhth land? "
-.. aoa, Mounts, teaati .u .
m' t .rtii,..i ,tfi .., n.e
Oh. by ear boms se brtg ht and fair, . v
What th Ohrlstmas garlands watel
Oh, by onr loved ona autlins thrl
By aaoh eradi. h Msh mnl
By th ohuroa tells tinfiaf In the air. .
Bv th piaylnf of our oonuaoa rayr;
By UMBIbltaa which our popltwar1 -tfj
Fnc, braloars, pstotl
i jf i a .... . .
Woald mnnd our Mantry's breast iu tirsln
It 1U bar t th aaorUl blow,
But th sword that oould drink bsr holy vein ' ;
Should b that ofaforelrn fo, '; J
Not of hr children, eradledfre
Not of her honw-bornintvvrb i(l !
Such written p of Bislorrl t-J'tl .
( reao,brothn, psses I ' 'j' '"'
Would jr part lh Blvr. which North sad South-
awiu srandlylUvareerT ' n .
Bounds not a ton from Its mighty mouth- 1
- Taaehlnt; ut. far and neir.
That th Noith and th South, ilk 11, mutt be
One power, one home, one unity; - .
On tlm and one urnltyt ' "
Peace, brothers, peace ! -1'-
i 'J !
Brothers, beware; th storm Is high ' -' '
Our tUlpaf But strains hearilr '
And her &t, whose spangles bar lit to skyv-'
It fluttering tattered and torn to be. - -
(led of our father Washington!
Our trust it In Thy arm alone,
Count Thou her stars, keep every enel "
rtac, bro inert, peao I
.'IiomoM, January t, 180U ').,.. . 1 .
The racking palm, the swollen limbs, the in
ability to use a musole without torture most In
tense, these and many other sufferings are all
familiar to those who have been afilicted with
the disease that heads this artiole; and it Is for
tbe cure of the same that we have this day
penned an artiole in favor of Kennedy's Medi
cal Discovery.' Mr. Joseph E well, one of the
first cltixens of Quinoy, says : MI was bed rid
den tbe whole of one winter through Rheuma
tism six bottles of the Discovery made me
well as ever." We could fill our paper with
similar testimonials, but we trnBt that tbls will
be suffioient to induce Rbeumatios and all trou
bled with humors to use this remedy.
i . , IMMENSE SUCCESS.
FOUR DAYS LONGER OoniHENCIlVG
iifondaj Night, Feb." IS,' 1861.
. 33. O. Xscv Rue's
WONDERFU L PANOPTICON 1
Or Llfe-MoTln Mechanical SxhlWtlon of th '
WAR IK JSDIA AMD TBS SSPOY BEBXLLIOKl
Th most thrilling of all modm Miracles, mbraoiog
an aatoundlni combination sf . .. .
Over Eighty Thouiand Boving Models!
Illnttratlni netrlr every tahjtet connected with that
iemarkablonatrr and th Great Sepoy Rebellion, all
dlrplajing the wondera of mecbactira and th tntaanrty
of man to such a degree at to completely bewilder and
nchantth spectator. Beside the wonder of the Pan
oplioon, will; be added, for the ant Urn, and anthenU
andooirtet vlewof th ' ' ' v
CITT OF CHARLESTON,, ',
Th Beat of the Seceealon Ixeitemtnt, Oharlewtoa Har
bor, lortaSuaiter and Monliri. CMtl Plackney, Bolli
van' Ialand, and tb Star of ta Wet beating into tbe
Harbor, expressly painted and arranged by thai. talented
Artist, Mont. IiOOit Daflorq. ; a
U7Xxhibltlon ertry ntcht at 8l o'clock. Door
open at 7 o'clock. , ' ."
TICKETS 2t Cta., CHlXDREIf (S Cts.
SMelallxblMrlM will rtren on T01SDAT and
WKDNS8PAY .Afternoon, at 3 oViloek, for Children
and BehMtt, to which all pupil wtU b admltUd al 10
Cant each. ' . -. , .
READINGS FROM THE POETS.
aas ras aoitea TO.TjHJornci that shi wtjx sivi a
i)RAMATl0 READING V
r'rt,.i. . ;n ' ' -u-.'.i.'t .."t
j v.Obili : ;:.) AT V I i 'r . -..
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Monday Evening, February 18th.
JtBSISa will eoameaee st 8 o'clock. ", : -
TickeU SS cents. Tor til at J. tt, Bilej't Bookrtore
J'.. 0. Woods' Unilo Btor, or at 'hi Door. ",''( "-'t'
tebl04 ' 1 ' -:- ', ' r-;" ' J
Notice to Creditors.
t Idirin Paneoast and othtrat
asatnst . la tha f neerlor Canrt
jacs at, vonraa ana o inert. ol franklin oant.
II PUHSBAKfCE or Af OBDGB XADB
by tn Ooart, in tills cue, not let to hrby fires t
th creditors of Oonrtd St Brother, that they present
UMireiaiais m n, yen nee 07 affldarit, a(reablf ta Be
tion 13 of to net rem latin th mad f admtnlatarinf
astlfrnmentt In trait for th benefit of creditor, paasad
April, o, iaw, wiuiia six monUt aftr tb pablioaUoa
-1 r . a ,1. .- 'i - JaMlg It. BUrTH, -Clerk
of tn Superior Conrt.
Oolambus, Feb, 18, 1801. , , , , v ,' Stir
. . tspsr liner's Estate.-' -
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEIff Tit AT
th subscriber nt appointed and qoallBed on
the 17th day of January, A. . lS61,admlnltratoron
th I.Ut of Casper Klner, laie of Iranklin County
Sated this loth day of Febrnary. 'A ', pieel.' I ?
: Fb. 18 w3t IM1CHASL kUMOJ y, Administrator.
Ta n. TAfT TTA BEITIOTED 1TI!t
Ut Mock of SKY GOODS from Mo. 121 South High
trtto hit old stand. Ho. 46 North High street, in
xnonpaon s Duuauift rain n win nepieaaea to tee all
hi old eattOBMra, and all new ones that may oome, where
am will eu uiesa euvap aoooa. . .. ( .
. A larg lot of CAEfkte on hand, which win be sold
at cost, tor earn, M io in (took.
. .. , . . p. jr. tun,':
. ianl&dlai Corner High and flay sts., Oolntnbua, O.
E. M. WILLIAMS & C0.V :
Front Street, Between State ani Town.
THR OLD OABBIAOB'n
SUOP llll ranalnf, aad althoork X V
the preewrtof mt year ha set heavily WVlJ
pon her running gears, the It (till tarn- ,r " ' 1
nr out the aplerHlId PHTONS, ROCKA WATS, and
PKINOB ALBERT'S SHITlNO TOfi and NO-TOP
BUGOIKB, OABRIASS8, BXPRM8B, BKELBTOH,
SBMOOHAT and OROOBBT WAOONB, (HALL OMNI-
BUSH M H auks. Twenty ymrtateady Banarao
tarinc ba lm rar work a wlda-aperad jrepataUob
thrtmsh tk Boath aod Wart. ,.-,..
W therefor deem K mmsrssttry ta say any thing nor
In regard to ta quality af our work. WswaaaawT
mat thicu.. Ws aa Uoo Xor Bumib (rota
1'2S to '.
Sealer en bs fhrnlshsd with ear aaaaant of work at
short notte. and at price tower thaa eaa ba bought any
wh.r in th Weat. Seaond hind Bunia takm in az
ehaneoforeewwork. - t
JLTRe pel ring don neatly and at short as ties. Fe
tnry on Front, batwaon Slat end Ion atraeta. Coliua.
baa, Ohio. iv -., i ....,,
II JAil enntsanleaUoBt trill raoe'r promrt ittentloa,
lug. 31-wly ... .B.M. WIU.UAU3 CO.(
taOAiifiAtii vrottii de laiher; oiif
. ly 25 ent a yard. Rich fancy Silks at 80 eeaits
yareV ' 1 .. . .h'.iijvw,
no.SBSonta Allgh Street.
THE REVISED STATUTES i
;. Of f HB
01 AGKNEBAL NATDBK. IN F0B08 ACQ. 1,1860,
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la Two iRoyar8ro.tVolume frlce$ll) 00.
it" - p l f'si-W- 'i ' I H u
Mo oars or expnshasYei spared to nuk ths work
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It hat now the Leglilatlre sanction, haling been ap
proved by nearly the unanlmout vote of both Uouaet,
ana w&s oraerea to ot aittrwawa to uie louowing pan
Governor, Attorney General, Snpreme JuJirea, Beer
tary, Oomptrollee, Iraatorer and AuSiter of 8 tat, .and
to th Probata Oourta, Courts of Common Plata, Super
ior and Police Oourtt, Auditor, and the Olerkt of the
Nraridut Oourta In each Bounty, to the Hembertof the
Senate and Bout of Reprtentatl?M of this Stats, aod
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and of the New Confutation, will be found to be upocuiv
If useful In th performance of their duties, to all
' COUNTY 0F7I0KRB, ..,
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I TOWNSHIP TRUSTEES,
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. Inasmaca u vtrf many ehanns have been mad in the
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peal, alterations and additions, and many Important de
eltloni have been given by th Bepmn Court on oca
trover ted points, ell
t . ATTORNBYB'AT LAW,
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III ATE THI" DAT ADMITTED BIT
ton JAUB8 ADGER BAItf a. partner In toy tratl
ness, which will hereafter be conducted nnderthe flrni
m D.t. A. B n n . TW tin .. ... . . n.
v. vbvh.0vu. . C.Bllfl,wnDUtSUII BI.
Ooluabna, feb 15, 1861. , . i i febld
fTHB SUBSCRIBE!! IS DCSlRAra AV
X closing np hi old business at one, and hope that
all nereona baring unsettled account! on his book! will
giro mem unmcfliate attention." - '
feblG .;',.j'!' P. BAIN.
CITY BABE OF COLUMBUS,
X. mad In the the officers of this Bank, January 39th.
Moodib, Oaehlar, resigned their offices." IUvid TaTLoa,
in w k ' wm.'A. ruTT. rrauomi. inn l anu .
wh iiivb vtaview rwwnamn aou rr A. rLaTT aD'
pointed Cashier. 7 r - ,
UT order of the Board of Directors. ' '
feb S, 1881-dtf. f jiji.ij W. At PLAIT, Cashier.
. it" l ! Wholeaal and Retail Dealer in- . - -
Foreign" '& Domestic '; Cigars,
and am stAKD - , , . ,
Smoking' Sc Chewing Tobacco.
Also, the Best quality of SHOT'S eonsUntly
wa nana. ;.
ILrCoantry Alircbants are Inrited to call before par
chasing elMwher. , -. -
- NO. 4 EAST THIRD STREET- A '
Bat. Main and Sycamore, - t
nsrSl woia .... CIKCINJATI, O.
Mi C. LILLEY, :
DOOH. - Ts I ilXJaIJ.t
Ani Elink'-Book Usinufiiiitaref. !
jtobth mas must, colttkbts, omo
K KTAAAW BOH N 4. 'I ' A ft E Lai
want Klbbon. In treat varletv at ' BAIN'S.
oeO -No. M.nighttreeg '
Uost Cough Meaicinein;tho Wprld!
Great TRemedrr of r-the Age.!
PUIMONIC CHERRY CARDIAL
I - rOS THI SPIIDT ANO CIRTAIN CURB OF
Couuhs, Colds, Throat Diseases, Hoarseness,
j Drbupr,'Br6nchlUs, 'Ast8ma,Xrly tageM-
Conioniptlon, Spitting Blood, Night
illi i Bweict), Feverish Condltlpqi 4 o.r j (?? ?
Of th great remedies which Dr. Area (of the Throat
Snd Lang Instttute, 30 West Fourth Street, Otnolnnatl,)
hat offend to the publie, thr Ii Bans wbleh hat glren
inch universal sati.faoUon In hli practice as the "Pot.
Moaic Ouaar Coanui."
It posieiset th most extraordinary powert, and
among th point ot marked superiority of this favorite
remedy are thete ,jf I y 'if iUf.tf
JCTII con tains no Blorptilne, sranf
thins; tehlch will derantje the Bow
el er impair the Appetite.
ICpIt contains no' deleterlone sob
etance whatever, j- fy Tljy ..
HjThe eflctt Is prompt and perma
nent. " ' ' '-
, K7Ae a $ure or prevcntatlyeoI
jy "32" I? T JSC 23 JX :X,& ,
It bae no, equol. None who have
- ever nscd It have been attacked.
AK0 'TAKE NO , OTHER.
. Ii. .. ... l
' Do not Confound It with asy ether prepara
tion put np by any parson of similar nams. ,-,
Thtl Coufti Cordial hat been therongbly tested thous
ands of timet, and tn no cite bat It ever failed!
tlon of a regularly 'educated Practicing Physician,' i
point not to be lightly estimated bjr those who require a
iterijDmedleln,-y. -(7Tr --B. r(
Geo. W. Bice. Kio... of Olnctnnatl, certlfles'to A re-
mirkabl eur of Asthma, th patient being hit wile.
John It. Uetart. 'tta .'. of Olncfnnatf. Iettlnei to a re
markable cure of ehrcnie throat disease by mean of thi
great remedy. ,'. : ."i "' n . n ,
Ber. Dr. J. F. Ohalfaot, Presiding Elders (U. E.
Church. Dayton District.) tats: "I eordially recom.
mend Dr. Ayer's wonderful preparation to those who
may be tattering fromehrouleeaurrh or diseases of ths
Throat ana liungs." . r ; . ' .
Solomon Adams (of ths well known Importing Dry
Goods Hons, BUKhet, Aaamt at Co., Ulootnaati, aaya:
"I heartily commend Dr. Ayer'a Cordial as Justly de
terring the tcelebrity It hat attained-1 ,
Obas. Monroe, sq.,CUclnnitl. says: ''I cheerfully
express my fullest confidence in Dr. Ayers medicine.
' 8. H. Bates, Esq., writes form fifth Arena Hotel,
ftew York: "I shall always recommend my friends to the
use ef your Cordial, feeling, , tbat it has effected what
sone ot th most eminent phr.lcl.nt In New York and
Cincinnati failed to accomplish, tit: tu owraor atra.
Bates' Throat." -.inir ; i it.-, j ).. yv.
T. J. 'Emerson. Esq., Professor of Vocal Music, Oln
elnatl, says. "All ether remedies harlot; failed to cure
or relieve my throat, I need Dr I, W. Aver s Cordial,
and am happy to say, It effected an ntlr and perfect
cure.. " -- r juvj ii
L. B. Eager, Constable, Cleveland, says: "With the
use of Dr. Ayer't Cordial I experienced the moat decided
relief, and nar no donbt of It! eONtlng radtoat ana
permaunt cunt." . n, , ,., ,.,,, ., .., ,
Bey. B. O. Tucker, Brookrllle, Indiana, wat cured of
Contunption and testifies in the strongest terms to the
wonderful efficacy of the cordial.
Bey. J. B. Allen. Pastor of tbe Presbyterian Church,
Brookllne O., cured of chronic bronchitis, yc-I
now able to use my voice a well as at any time during
my ministry and with more effect and comfort. ,1 now
rejoice wan appiica to vt. Ajer." -
Eqntlly strong -letters and reslimonials from 8. i
Burliton, Bupt. of Bridge, Cleveland: B. Banner
Merchant; M. Banford, Merchant! O. A fan Slyhc,
Steamboat builder. Buffalo:. Col. Orumn. -Hannibal.
Mo.j O. P. Johnson, Esq., City Attorney, t. Louis.
Her. A. J. Kane, Bpringfleld, Ills; Moses Chess,
Esq. .Olrll Hnnlneer, Pittsburgh; and hundred of other
Por tale In Cincinnati by 1 - B. BO ANlAH k 00.
. . Wholesale Agents, corner fourth and Mrtin B tree la.
. , ' : " 8UIRK, E0K8TBIM A CO.,
Comer of fourth and Vln Brrwts.
rf Dr. A TtRy3 Offlc, 30 Wert towrth Sired,
vtneumatt, ana by vrnrgteta gnrany. '
For sale by DR. O. DBNIQ c SON, North-But
ner of HIghand B!ch streets. ' - . -Jan.
tf ram the RewYorh Obterrar.'l' h W t
' As all parties manufscturieg Sewing Machine ar ob
liged lo paw Air. Howe a license on each machine sold.
and are a so compelled lo mak returns to him, under
oath, as to the number sold, his books giveacomotstate-
meni. rrom inu reliant source we nave obtained th
ronowtng tatlstu. Of th machine mad In th year
lasn ih.M ...... ....
, . , ,n, Itf,,; .jj, ,
isy wneeier c Wilson Vl.no
" I. M. Blngir A 0o.nr..M.liD.H.1
" Orover Maker. o-.........l(l,2c0
Showing th isles of Whrsler A Wilson to be doubt
those of any other Company.'" -- i.
Awarded the highest premiums at th r"
United flute fair of 1858, 18211 and 1800;
also at th
. Ohio Stats fair of 1859 and 1AM;
and at nearly ail th County fair In th Bute.
Ournrlcea. ai (he lata reduction, art a tots a anv
wm k macBini now voia, ana rrai a time atgner wan
ue interior noo vtrtaa omh ihca macniiut, now
loreed anon tne mnrk.t. - ( . . . k . t .
Th WHSELKft A WILSON MACTITNE makes the
Loci Btioh the only one which cannot be raveled.' It
is A Lias ow Both Bint of th nods, leavio no ridat or
tKainonOit wider. tid.
Aa macMtut varunted 1 y tart, and inttruetio
given in utetr ns. rree or enane. i .. h
u idv oi in.i. n., - A l'
jM 0.aJ4.1.aW!-i VIlu a-k- u 4l-- it
urviresnuiNiinwuni AT ItVSj vpora AtAfsaj, VlUVIUUKblr
1 ' Land for Sale.
THATE AUOTJT BSO. ACHE"' O ' A
X new farm, situated In th eoontv of Marion ar.,1
Stat of Ohio, on th big Bcloto River, lx mile west of
tne town or Marion: it is an fenced In. about 30 asm
deadned from four to tight years. A good new Frame
House on it, about ou acre, cleared; a good log BUble;
ououi iav young irui. erveai a nr., nu wen oi Water;
the deadlnc it well set In to tame iraasi and tha hi
Bcloto for stockwater. - And I will mak 100 acre more
ready for tne plow, tare on tu the tlatbea, voder fliteaa
incnes, so at to mat iou acres or plow land. Th land
is of the very best quality, and I will take S2A Mr
for It. I consider It worth at least thirty three per acre
with 100 acre mora cleared, bnt I matt wall It, there
for I will put It down ten dollars below what I ihiuk It
worth If I were notobllrod to sell. I hava also anothar
half lection for tale, lying In the same section, one hair
deadened, which I offer for 1 15 per aer. Befenno can
be had by calling on Joseph Beniok who kwowt all about
ue ltnu.oron tne proprietor In Marlon. - .,
feb!3-w4w ' ' da
. a 7 '
rye John rpillaris andotberii.
A. All parsons are hereby cautioned amlnal nnmhu.
ing an order dated Oct. 1BC0 drawn by A. W. Shearer.
me, oi jrmric uwn"uip, sranann oeunty, )mo on
the Treasurer of laid Township, pavabl to John tnlii.
an or order, for 120, for ten set of Mitchell's oat-
Hue maps. The tald order haoring been fraudulently ob
tained will not bs paid. ' t . .
1-''J A. W. irrBARBB. ri.rW
In behalf ol the botrd of B due tlon of Pialri Townshio.
Jan.83,w3t ,-n - - ."y", ,
rianr(ri-T.An?a Ool' -i
NTOTICKIS HEHEIIV C!ri7S!!lW.rnA'a.
ll tbe subscriber bt been appointed and qualified as
Administrator it boni non en the estate of 0 coral Lon
UQoeli, late of franklin Ooutty, deceased. r "
iepiarJW-1 - n ilUBAOB WILSON.
W1NTEK IteliAINE!, jr,a .- .. -"
ninifiH DeltAIBIfl."' " 1 1 1
7 cheap at BAIN'S i
New stylos sod very cheap i
No. W South High ttret.
UaCaPTION HOOP BKIHS'.
X, Sho most graceful and elegant Skirts -t offnreS fbr
sale., Anew lot just opened by: :. put bain.?a
For au THHOAT tuiel
COTJOII, aBd tvsry
Cemplalait the Cwrwrwa-
aer of, aact erea aotaal
VoxscnPTioif. i i y
The Great HEUMAL. . .
3IO HKniEDY and Nat. -
nral OPIATE, adnt4"
te every speeien of Nr
vb Complaints, Ner
one and Chronic
Headache), Hheaas. ,
turn, Uatarrht Voath
and Ear Ache, I.ni ol
Hleep, andllowel Com
Plaint, rr, . . . .. . , ...
Nornl lusUo eaa ba don th above preparaUons .? ,
be"i1M,S11 "!. or will be seat bytroprletor .
.urmuias ana Trial Bottles sent to Pbysl '
!"T9"?T.MlUfi4nm " neeeatltlei sr .
curiosity prompu to a trUl af th (bore rellabl Hems . .
die... ,,,,... rn
for tan by the Usual wholesale d i.n ..i
everywher. u t , .
JOin t. IITJNNEWEI.L, proprleto
j ' . .'CHEMIST AND rnABMAOtDTIST,
Ho. 0 Conmsrolal Wharf, Bo ten, Afsss. ' '
Kobertt A Samuel, N. B. Mamie, J. a, flook. J. M
ptnlg, O. Denlg at Sons, A. t. Schneller A Bon, Agents
for Columbus, Ohio.
!t fnorPATSLlFE PULLS. .
to all cases of eostlreneas, dytpepita, billions and Uvsi
affcctlona, pllat, rheumatism, fevan snd ague, obstl
nt head aches, and all general derangement of health
lh Pills have Invariably proved a eertaln andsptedf
remedy. A tingle trial will plao th Lit Pill beyond
the reach efoompUtloa In tb atlaatlon of every pa
tient. . '
Sr. Moffat's Phoenix Bitter will bt found squally sf
neaetous In all eases of nervous debility, dyspepsia, head
ache, th sickness Incident to females In delicate health,
and every kind of weakness of th dlgettlr organs,
for salt by Dr. VT. B. MOFFAT, KB, Broadway, M. I.
and by all Drnrglste. anySS-dAwU
j The' following is an extract from a
letter written by the Ber; J. S. Bolme, pastor ol tb
Plerrepoint-Btreet Baptist Ohnrch, Brooklyn, R. T.,to
the Jornal and Messenger," Cincinnati, 0. , and speak
volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine, Mas ;
Wimslow's Boom dm Irarr roa CaiLsaiw TawraiM:
''Wssran adrartUrment In yoar column of Ma
Wmitow't Sootbik Branr. Now w never aald a word -in
favor of a patent medicine before in nr life, butw
feel sompelled to tay to yoar readers that thi I no hum '
bog ws iuvs Titian it, aim snow rr to n tu rr
claim. It i probably on of tha most sncotasful medl
dnes of th day bacaua It ia on of th best. And tho
of your readers who hare babies can't do better than .
laylnatupply." . y. . oc87:lydw
, To Cenaumpilrea.
I The Adrerttoet, bavins been restored to health In a few I
weekt by a very simple remedy, after havings nffertdi
eral years with s lever lung affection, and that dread
dltta, Consumption la anxious to mak known tohl
fellowsnfftrers the meant of ears. -
To all who detlr It, b will tend s copy of the pmcrii
tion wed, (free of charge), with the direction forptspa
Ing and using th tame, which they will Snd a teat Oo
for OostOMrnoR, Astbsu, Bronchitis, Ae. Th only
ohjeot of the advertiser in tending the Prescription Is to
benefit tbe afflicted, and spread Information which b con
ceives to be lnvaluabl, snd ba hop rrery suCTer.r win
try his remedy, aa.lt will cost then nothing, and maw :
prove a blowing.' . . . , vT.
Partlet wishing the prescription will please ddret
MV. UrABU A. WILSON,
Klnn Oonntv. Nw Vnpk.
j HAIlt DYE HAIR DYE.
Wm. A. Batohelors Hair Dye!
! ne ' Original and Best . in tne Worldl
i AU others sr mer Imitation, snd should b avoided
If you wish to escape ridicule.
; OBAT, BBD OB BTJBTI BAIB Dyed IntUnUy to a
beautiful aad Natural Brown or Black, without Injury to
. IlfTBEN MBCALS AND DIPLOMAS hav. ba
awarded to Wm. A. Batchelor sine 1839, snd onr 80,00
applications have been mad to thi Hair of hi patrons)
of hit famous dyet '
' WM. A. BATCBB LOB'S HAIR DYB producci a Ml
or not to b distinguished from nature, and I warranted
hot to Injur in th tout, however long It any bt con tin-
ned, and the 111 effect of Bad Dyet remedied; tb Bait
Invigorated for Uf by thi splaadid Dy. ?
1 Sold In all eltie snd towns of th United State.
Pmggiiti and fancy Goods Dealen.
lITTbanulnhMth name and addrest upon aiUr'
plate engraving on four aides of each box, of WILLIAM
A. BATCHBLOR, Address , . - , ,
- - - 0UABLB8 BATOHILOB, PJoprietor,
1 Jy-wly , , 81 Barclay sl Mew fork.
I ty- .W' A. Batohslor's Hair Dye
This splendid Hslr Dye haa no aal lnstantaneoua in
effect-Beautiful Blaek or Natural Brown ne staining
the skin er injuring th Eair icmeaieitnanonir aa
effort of Bad Dy, snd Invigorates the hair for life.
Hons ar genuln nnlea slgnd W. A. Batchelor."
Bold everywhere. ) y i ;
OHAS. BATOHILOB, Proprietor '
; JylSrwly 81 Barclay Street, New Tors.
ADTBKT18BMBNT. . . '
for Hi INSTANT BBLIBP
and PIBHANSNT CUBS of tb '
distressing complaint as . . ,
"' Eie. T
Mixtob70. B.SBTMOUBCO.,107NtAa St.,H. TV
Prlo Si per box; sent fre by poet. - .
fOB SALS - AT ALL DBTJ 00 IITS.
myS-dkwlxls v . ' .
Sheriff's Sale.' -
Woodbury A Co
. . , . -i
f 0org W. Allen.
BY VIBTDB OF A WRIT OP PI. FA.
to me directed, from tha Bnnaria. n.nrt r wu.
eoanlgr, Ohio. I will off for eeie in th town of Hw Al
',' .V . u. w.Aiien, lot of Dry
floods aod Notions, levied on as the property of 0. W.
Allen; sal commencing on MONDAY th SJthdavof
Fsbmary A. D. 1801, at 10 o'clock A. M. "ua,"
T E BIO VEH AND' PREVENTS I N-
h.-0? ,nd. pin thwortt bum,
scald, bruise, cut. or freak trnnnd til kina -
welling and pain from bee slings, mosquito bites, and.
poisonous i plants, neuralgia, rheumatism, agu In the
breast, suit rheum, eto. When token Internally, it will
Tir! el'enroronP aehlldren.and give uaidi.t,
...... .'. si uiu wrruM aoaapiatnt) also.
removes hoarteness and aora thrmi. P.i. oa ... .
bottle. Bhould bt In even bona. To, uUhm
gltta and Btorekeepert. IBTIN 8XONB, .
oWdAwtaii Propftolor sPnKs.,liw Voik
S WOKING TOBACCOS, "
Saptrior Oriental,: J I.ia i .; ?
f in Kanastor, - . . ...
t-' Pear Aoss. (extra) V '
..'.. 3 i i j ' , Ameiioau Bbag, .
BIM'a Ku rTTnl
In pickiretr tlso, Kentneky flrweut u barrel! aa4 half
barrels, In store and for sale by
it . " n ) MCBEB A KEBTISATTX,
.-. i , 34, Statatman Building, t
, , Diiiolutioa wf Co-partnership.-'
THE FIRM OF jr. si, sraiTu &CO.
IsthUdaydutiolved by mutual consent. . .
, . . .1 . i J. H. SMITH.
feb6:dlmo A. 0. JMUflH.
"J. I' . ) . u. ;
'1 .- r
c HA'L' F 'P R I Ct'ri
JsaSSW". ' '-i's.. . , J.. C. WOODS.
1 . . II
IliOTER SEED! '
. ... - vuitilf m-j;aaij
n.J'iJ 111 , ,, ......roll! . ,m
In itore for sal by ..-.. .,,. u ,t . , :. i . . It
.1 Jri If ORIS fcBI8TfKATJX,
fck7 'I f. t. V ' . S4 Btotsttnaa Balldlng .
A CENT FORnOlTIEsCONTINENTAI,
ManaaTTAi, Sacuarrr, and Iavtm Inu In. Co.'
NawYoaa; MaavnuiT' snd OiTTfiaior HaSTro
Naw ToaaLinandOoxH. Atoinaa Liraja .
orrlce, si nttavft. arete) Bl .
tfW''-''"f ''' ii )
PARIS CLOAKS AN II PALETOTS. '
Mad In th most stylish and (legant manner. A
newtovnlcajustcmenenby ' ' PMTKR SAIN, vv
.M!.Vsit p'lii"? South High street.