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VOL. VII: NO. 223. NEW; SERIES;
COLUMBUS.-OHIO: SATURDAY, EVENING. FEBRUARY 23. "1861;
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DAILY. TRI-WEIKIT ABD WZEZLY
MANYPENNY ft MILLER,
87 OfflM Dm. S0, 81 afld 40, Berth High It
TBRMS DfYABUBLT IM ASTAK01. x
Hall ' ' . ' . 1 SB 00 PCT TtM
By the Carrier, per weky 1$ tent.
trl-WeuMy ). t 00 ftrrMi
rui ol Advertislnff r ejanmra
neiquaje lyeai,..20 00
Ont " II moi.ttii 18 00
3ne " ' 6 month! 15 00
3m " 3 month! 10 00
0n ' ll month! 8 00
nix 1 month. ' 5 00
On Bweek.. 00
One' M Iweek... 1
One- Bdaye... 1 W
On " 8 day... W
On ' 1 lBMrtoa M
t)tply1 adrertlMments hslf nor than too above
"Advertisements leaded end "lao I th column at
Special Motloes," Umou uu toti . '
All notices roqnlreo to be publlahed by law, legal rstes.
If ordered on the Insiae eicm.iTeiy aiiar m umwwmm
pet con:, mora than the abort rates) bat all nob. wil
appear In the Trl-Weekly without charge.
Oarda. not exceeding fire lines, per year,
.1 A, ftl) M Una! AlltMAB2.
n. mU tmrttl nnt hUflriti flTM.
Weekly. u y rice the Daily, what tharaaf
mi the Weekly alona. Whara Dally and Weekly
an both u4, then the charge lartha waakiy wiu o
ailf therataor ma paiiy
Ko aaTertiaaaMni takaa aaaepl tor a deflnita) period
BUSINESS CAKDS.
EAQLK BRAS13 WORKS,
Corner Spring Water 8U. . i ,
Oolumtotm ; Olxlo.
W. B. ; POTTO ; & : COi,
MAOIIINIOTO,
4n4 MannfM'.nreri of Braaj and Ooopoaltloa CaiUnft,
Unlihed Bran Work or an ueaonpaoni.
Electro : Platiagand Gilding ! !
STENCIL CUTTING, &C.
febl'WMily ' " ' ' "
p. a. b. Biaxma,, , "
uaLttoarnoy at Xia-w
''AND NOTARY PUBLIC. '
Offloe Amiwi HuUJInf, oppoelte Capitol Bqtiara. r .
... . . 00LTJMBO8, 0DI0;
i OOZiTTMIltrO "
llachiic Manufacturing Company
Ja.a.00BM.M.3.B
'SJk.1 ZXJjJ Jit Jjaj 'J
' L MANOTA'OMTalSi 0 - .
STM.MGIKES'BOIIERS,
Cutlnri,- HiU Cretring , Kaohiaoxj.' " '
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. ..if - ALIO, .
RaUroad ;'Worlt
r .,' 0VtWCalrTIO.-,.,)., i ;
.lu , : COl-tJWniJS, OHIO.; n
OHAg. AJIBOB, 8o'i .iii .hkuj P.vAJIBOabaa
aaell. 1838-tf. . .... . ; . ; : , ..:
Winter Arrangement.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
-"'IXF1
RAILROADS.
For Cincinnati, Dayton $ Indianapolii!
i . .i
Through to lndianADoIui wiUwnt'Chasgo of Ctrl
and bat One Chang of Can between
1 Colnmbno and St. Lonfa. '
THREE TRAINS' DAILY FROM COLUM
BUS. FIR8TTRAINi
(Batlyi Mondayi exotyted.)
MIQBT SXPREB8, via Dayton, at 9:45 a. Hop
ping at London, Xeoia, Dayton, liidtlKtowa and Baall
ion, arrlTlng at Cincinnati at &20 a. at. Dayton at :S
a..,IndlaBoro)Uat W:iB . et. LoaUat 1U0
' SECOND TRAIN.
A0001IUOD ATI0N, at 8:10 a. itopplnr at all Bbv
ttom between Oolambna and Cincinnati and Dayton, a
rlTinx at Cincinnati ll-M a. m., Dayton at13a. at.,
UdtanopolljalS; p. . t . - -
THIRD TRAIN, ri-- :
SAT KPBKB9,at :J0p. m., itapptaf at Alton,
JeSanoa, London, Oharleaton, Cedarrilla, Xenla,
pilnc VaHeyrOonria, atotwwt- Daaraald, featar'a,
Lowland. Mllirordand PUInvllle, arriTlnf at Oineta
all at 70 p. m.t Bt. Louuat J8 ;,Daytonat fr35p.
a.; Isdiaaopoiuat iu: p.
i, ;..V tilt:A-.:i :'-
Bieepln
o- rava an all Nlarb Trains to
incinnatl and Inaianapolis.
AGOACE' cnECKEU .. TpAOtOH.
tar farther Information and through Tickers, apply to
Ticket Agents Union Depot. Ootumbaa, Ohio. 1 1
Enpsrin
mdent.
OlnolnDattd
1XQ.W. DOilMHM.-.i:
JaU
Agent, Colamu1, .
J-.b
HOLIDAYS
lack arUsUe u you 4tir for year HTI8BAHD i a .i
aabayesftrJM1f" " ,.; ,;!., ',
gocb as are propr for your SATJQBTKB.
ash as your SISTItt will praU you for. 7
gaahuyour BEOTBiaioi 1 :f! '1
leak a yoa MR for "THE ONB TOO LOTS BIST.'
lack as will b good for the BXIB8XD BABT. ..
S-wbasallaaaefor, ' '- "
aiaybfoadlnrIty,taBbwlokof
WATOHE''; ' CHAINSw JptyELIITj
' PLATED .GOOD9y '.-. y.u
And rV)Wt safortaient t ;. l.vC ,t
lanoy and UMfnJ, .AitUlaa, ,-,vt.,i -V
w ' i ne 10 Bnokr Blaoair'
December, 1860. ....
Just Received! j -
-fAA Hf ; CH KEEN and BLACK
AW TEaS 100 oaga prima wo vonev. -ISO
poohetaold Dutch Qorernmeot )ara OOfffrf.
i iamm flaaioa Ona1 t k '"' "S
SOAbbla. aeaudard White 8 agar, oonilnllng of Pew
area, unrainea, vranniaiea a ami vuuw.
; SO qnlatala Oearge Bank Oodflah. y
SObbls. M and Ho.,1 alaokerel. , f ,
ft toa. Pick Salmon. ' ,, ' "" '
IOO at Cigar, dlffewnt brands and gnAti.'- M' '.'
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tlillM IK MrORTItr DOSICSTie
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AND ' TAB Ox ' ASTTOLSg
To. 11 East Stat Rreat,betwMiirhaa4
tlx PoaM)ffioa,Oolumbua. Ohio.
oaWidtim
' FAIdlLX ELOCUe
TTTBITK WHEAT BBANDED
Vrnn BameU Mllli," Iprfnffleld. Othe best brand ef
I . ur Drouirni te oof aurkai. naioraonon jaaraai.
t.,r l asl aA WMlioDON ALD' J.
tiiyW . 106 Bouth High
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nUlOORi. BlaLAIrtCS," IflEBIWOt.
I ; .!HIATKEif. ASUESa SILKSy and
k of fathlooable -'
' "Winter tr Qrvt ii i a
wo i aarnilaf atvtry lvris. ' .j.-
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AlTITCTAL PROSPECTUS
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It it n old and wltoblo Derooentio Journal, and, u a political paper, ho .
No SnpcriordH State!
. n addition to ita politioal oharaoter, it ia a first eloaa no wipsper, furnishing lta reader with the
, GENERAL NEWS OF THE DAY,
An epitome of the atlrring erenta eonatently oocorrlng at home and abroad, and elioioe miaeel
laneooa aeleeUona. It alao giyea the latest and moat reliable -
i From aB the "principal marU of Trade and (3ocnroewe. . ,
.The Business Man, the Mechanic, the Farmer and the Laborer .
; i.WiU each find their taatea and intereitax
T TX 3H r "W 3TH 33 IX Xa"5T STATED TML A.
During the leeslon of Congreaa and the Ohio Legislature, the readert of the Wxmr SxATca.
Max will be furnished with a oonoiee report of the doing of eaeh of those bodies.
.. . Daring the put year, the olrealation of the, Wnaxr Statbxan hu increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it waa twelve month ago. It is onr dasiro to extend iU oir
eolaUon, not only in Ohio, " : -' i ' 4 , :'..,i;-i,R'' . V, -
; But in allthe States and Territories West, of; TJs!
la proportion aa it la diffused among the people, its oaefalnesa will be Increased; and we invito
q onr politioal and personal friends to aidu i$ giving to the WmtT SrATtsJiAH . :
The Largest Possible Circulation
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wiUgiv ' '' "' : '
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subscribers, with the cash fx the aame; TWENTY DOLLARS to the person who send as the
second largest Club of subscribers as aforesaid; TEN DOLLARS to the person who sends us
the third largest Club of subscribers a aforesaid; and to each person who sends us Club of
' j ton yearly subscribers, ;with the. cash for (ie same, we will send a copy of the -
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TH1
FEB ANNDII I
IN ADVANCE.
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NAMES.
STONE'SBAZAAR.v
)N"o. 4 Qwyiine , t Block.
A. : P. STONE & 0'IIARRI "
ABE NO XT RECEI VINO THElRtT IN
TER OOOD8, and loYtte the pobUe to lnipect
tbaaa. He such stock of Good! baa erer been brought to
thia mu-ltrt. The Booth. In oonaeanence o( the failure
the (rain erop, hu not bean able to pnnhaae the ue-
aal quantity or ncn fooaa, ana uia noinaaiorcca hi
Importers to sell them at publlo anotlon. Onr boyer
(Mr. 8 tone) being- In If e Tork at tbaaa targe sales, took
adTantair of them, and v ean and will Mil onr goods
here, at teas than any on who purchased two weeka slnoa,
paid for then In New Tork. Our stock Is oomplete In
etery department of . . ., , . ,; ...,,
ELEOANT DRESS SILKS, ' ' , .'
OTTOMAN VELOURS, , , .
, BROCHE VALENCIAS, . :
w - .PRINTED MERINOS,
'If. PRINTED COBURGS,
r ? ! -i- ' DYED COBUGS;
BLACK ALPACAS. - '
ORLEANS,
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS
ALL WOOL DELAINE8,
' POPLINS, PRINTS,
f.t it DELAINES.'
SHAWLS AMD CLOAKS!
We Thausand;I)ollar3 .worth
Bought :in ;0rPay,Ji.
At ne kfAlt tltti Cot a Impoitatlon.
LADlES!jlHURS,L
VailaUoa, -0)1 tna Calottrated
: ..:- Blannfaitnr eg J. . usm-, $ ,r
1 ''' ! fliara Mr Han.. Li -15- i'l.n.
' 7. JI
HOSIERY DEPARTMENT,
Men'a.iadTas and OhiUran XSaStt Bbirta and "Drawan;
Ladles, i Misses and Chi. Ann's .Hosiery of all kinds, in
Waal aad Uob' ffpol; Heeq lUnadand Cotton QIotci
eterery nuU.: & cu .
j . '!!Ll!!ib"iO,i'.-
A complete Assortment ;r U no itsnti vane
tie of, . JS , w ..;'Tf,it:;p t.-T'f'j
lAcies cloths,1-' r'i:at1' -i:
.VlJEBCOATmGSi';.
.. . . ( - : ; .- TWEEDS,
FLANNELS1 N , , .
r,.:i RIBBONS,. :
! ' ... ' n ?! :RE33 TRIMMINGS,
Ladiei MidGeat'i Linen Catabrio Haad-
Te parsons who all on , ' pledg oaf words to
shea tbeca lb targeat, beat aod ehoapaat alook af Ooods
erst seen in tfcnv Banuit,,or pay uam one aouar per
hour while looking, y ,-.-,.
oeol-dlyatawlawr -itOXU Q'gAMtA--
a OLDEN HISX aitlHTca, ; .
.4 .-T, SMLDIM BILL lailtTB. iir. r
ThartitbMn nf thaaaiblriaara new. The Bodies, Yokes.
slaeras and bosomararormad to fit the penoa with ease
and oomfojev TB aaara awon eaoa one aeaipmung im
sis ma be relied en ei bsia eerreet, and saohsblrtbi
guarantsad well made. A- full stock of all qualities
eMtantlylsala.i '- ' B41M'B .
DotS. seaia stiga aireai.
W&tchcB' and .Jewelry.'
.5
A FIWIR A8SOHTITEWT OrWATllll
il as, lice, ewslrVjBttwrware, Ac, kept eontUnl
' y I rToJtfa, louth High atreat, Oolajabas, Or
i lWqsMwsuy rapauau.
FAVNCV ) BILKS, ' .'
I IAS0I DRI8B BIUKS, ' '
t WaMriV ABHiia aTT.1T.
Wan ew efsrlDf ear lewwns stook of soy' Dress
Bilk at prioaa leaa thn avar karor affared lav this City.
The attention ef the ladlaa of thl etty and vlolnlty Is
SolWaad, a oar stock la rer aslast nd oompnt ta all
graura ui wui um iia. - arna vain,
r bot . K. 00 Beaitk Hlgketwet.
far Maatcal Fi.rpw.s :
TTJBltAltDbT". Wn8. 0ORDTA1B, Al MB
JS. saa,tr -aaa,H-v: b.
aetrr' . f v iut muui iiifh
tret
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Axlef lent swHUm $l tfp, ""f Mitf
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WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN1-
I HATINa A OIBflULATIok j - ;
LARGER BY SEVERAL THOTJSAITDB
Than any other paper In Ohio, ontsld of Cincinnati
Offers ' Facilities ' for Adfertisiiig
Which CANNOT lAH, to bring
Speedy aad Begauneratlrev Hetara
To those whs take ad ran tags of them. ; : '
THE W HiH'.KT.Y BTATEBHAK,
Dtotrlbnted u It Is through srery Post Offlo In Ohio, '
Reaches a Large Class of Readers
TThose patronsgs I valuable, and who seldom the
Dally ldlttons of city Journals; and as only -
Limited Kumber of Advertiementi
Are Inserted hilts MtamnsTaprioprlatsty and
; -it. u u i , ... -i -m .
i( j , V.i i ' THT CiW0 ..'-'':. ' U ,
.'.'iiii.Of Atll " f.-anT '-i .! h: Ti
: i "' i isi b9i2?.lt;l ct
WHOLESALE DEALERS
AdreitWng the" WBIBU,X8TAT18iail wU nnt
"i-S tadTsntsgouita "'' -: ;:'
THE INCREASE OF-TRADE
Which Mlhnost oertaiq to follow an extenilT 4lMaW
li atloaof aknoflsdgeef Ihair bualneai : -I
Atom COTISTET. : DEALERS f '
Tbe Weekly Statesman
; iglhonldb handed In, befor) Vrlday aooa., ,
"SOMETHING NEW!
HOWARD &,00
s.
AMERICAN " WATCHES; '
CALL AT NO. 88, SOUTH HIGH ST.,
- and sumus our as asks ef 1 . ...
AMERICA WATCHES
Branufaetaredby I. HOWARD A 00.. Boiian. Uaaa.
That Watches are far superior to anything erer offered
w loapuoiio, ntratoTor. nanng ma axoiuilra agency,
I ean aellthra at prlsa to salt lb times. I hare Just
reoeiTta a large stook ol
AMERICAN WATCHES,- -
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manufaatarcdsy APPtBrON.TRiOT, A CO j alto, a
nnsatsonmsnioi , . . ....... i .. . , . w ... ...
ENGLISH AND SWISS WATCHES.
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T?LEttlrVI f LAIN ULAOH. ILKM lei
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and Taaeelate Batch, at t-r-j :.i SAM.
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IX. lUO bbls, Choice Apples reeetrad oa eontlmiat
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The Two Constitutions-Their Precise
Difference.
That our reader Bay : know exaotly whereia
the Conatitntloq t the , Confederata State dif-
fia fros the Cotutitutlon'of th United State,
wa anbjoin th followloj alter attoo aaa aaiend.
menu ambraoing all that havw beaa uadet u .
ALTERATIONS.
-' 1st. The Provisional Constitution differ from
tha other In thiai That the legislative powers
t .1. - Tt ii i rt J . . . . .i
ui iud aruruuuuai uuTtjruuicub aiQ ,cai.ou uiae
Congress now assembled, and ,(bll body exerci
se all tha function that are exercised by eith
er or both branches of the United, States Gov.
rataan. "'.'I-'.'-" -
8d.:The PfOvlBlonal President bold hi offlna
for One jear. 'unlea sooner aqpvseded by the
aaDUBDmenioi a permanent Lrarernmeni.
3d. Each Stat U etacted Into a distinct la.
dlclsl District the Judge baytnc all tha power
nereiorore vested m .tD wiswioi ana Urcntt
Court; and the' several District Judge to
gether compote the Supreme Bench, a majority
ui mem cunmmuDg a quorum.
4th. - Wherever tne word "Union" ocour In
the United States Constitution the word "Con.
reaeracy' is gubitttuted. , ,
THE FOLLOWING ARE THE ADDITIONS:
..
i ne rresioen may veto sdv geoarate an-
propriatlon without vetoing the whole bill in
which it la contained.
3d. The slave trad is prohibited.
Sd. Con kiss 1 empowered to nrohlbit tha In
traduction of slave from any 8tte not a mem
ber of this Confederacy. ?
4th. All appropriation must be upon th
demand of th President or Hetd of Depart-
OMISSIONS.
lit. There i no nrohihltlon on ntmkm nf
vongreea holding other offices of honor and
emolument under th Provisional Government.
xa. 1 here I no provision for a neutral apot
for tb location of a seat of Gorarnmenu or fnr
lit for fort, arsenal aad dockyards. Con
seqaently, there ia no reference made to the
territorial powr ot th Proviglenal Govern.
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3d. The lection in the old Constitution In ref.
wane to eapitalion and other direct taxet is
omitted; also, th lection providing that no tax
or duty shall be laid on any exports.. . ,
4th. The prohibition on State keeping troop
ir amp was m aim oi peace ia omitted. .
5th. Th Constitution blng provisional mere
ly, no 1 mad for It ratiaoatlon.
AMENDMENTS.
1st. Th raettire llav clans of tha aid Con.
itltutton la io amended as to contain tha word
"slave," and to crovld for full como naatlon In
esse of abduction or foroiole rescue on tb part
oi ui Diaie in wnicn euon anauction or reseat
may taKe place.
Vd. isongree, by a vote of two-thirda, may at
auj uuia atter or Bmena toe voniuiuuon.
TEMPORARY PROVISIONS.
1 1st. Th Provisional Government I required
to Uke immediate steps for the settlement of alt
matter between the State forming li and their
other lata bonfaderlaa of tha United State in
relation to the public property and the) public
debt.! .' U J.. .' !
2d. Montgomery ii made the temporary teat
of Government,! t - . : j , .........
3d. i Thl Conatltntion lB toeontinueOfiayear,
nni aibirca oy a two-tairOaTtoteor superseded
oy a permanent Government. iVi Y. Ifns. 1
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Cadets Appointed.
LIST OF CADETS APPOINTED "AT LARGE" BY THE
PRESIDENT, FEBRUARY 13TH, 1861.
1. R. Buchanan Wade. eonAf Lieutenant Col
onel R. Dean Arden Wade.whb was twioe bre-
vetted for callantrv in the i lor Id a war. and at
moiino del Ker. and died ot wound received at
UinruDBJCO.; i . - i...
S. Rkndolnh Rldeelv. ton el Caotain Ran-
dolph Ridgely who wa diatingulshed in Florida,
brevatted lor brilliant eonduot at tha battle
Palo Alto and JReaaca da la Palme, and die
tlnguithed at the atorming of Monterey, where
bodied. . v . , " . .
3. Charles W. Morri. son of the lata Com
modore Morris, a distinguished and gallant offi
cer ot th Navy, who wa with Commodore Hull
the capture of the Gaerriera, and with Com
modore Biinbrlde in tb eantur of a Hisat.
and who died in the aervioe. , . - r
4- Henry Brockholat Leorard. araadaon of
General Lewi Can. I i -h I
i. Thaanhllna H- Hnlmna J ,". af Malna.T
It. Holme, of the Army, who w brevetted for
gallant conduct at Monterey. .i
b. Frederick W . Bmlth. on of Hon. William
Smith of Virginia. , .,, . .-, i-.:e ' ,i
7. . urmiby fll. Mitchell, jr., ton of Professor
MitchiUa. Director of th Cinoinnatl and Dud
ley Observatories. , , j ., , ,- . 0 ,'
H.- 'i noma Lea Brent, eon ot th lata Can-
Uia Brent, of the Army, who lerrsd la Flori
da and Mexico, wa brevetted for gallant con
duct at Buena Vista, and died in the rvio. V
9y ame D. Graham, aoa of. Major Law
rcnea Pika Graham, of the Army, who was
brvttd for gallant oonduot at Reeaca do la
Pa.BM.--r , t.., a ,'
10. i Robert M. Maeraw, whose ancestors
rvd, with distinction ta th- Revolutionary
war, . i - - -i ii . ) 1 1 ; . , .
Tha following additional appointment bav
beta mad to nil vaoancle oreatad by tb resig
nation and dlimlssal of Cadet appointed "at
large;' r -. v .r, ....o
,11, James H. Ureese, (reappointed. ., ,
13, i Satterlee Clarke Plnmmer. aon of Cat
tain J.'B Plummer, of the Army. .
13 I Charles , H. Cockey, wbos anoastort
ware alitingulibad In IB Revolutionary war.: ,
ia b. Lane neymen, a oeacenaaot ol G&,
Anthony Wkyn. , . , . -r ; . ,...
William uadsoy, Jr.. t Dnointd from th
District of Columbia. , .. r , ,
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It
. 1 i .... n M;i'ij'
Wiodid Lin He cannot be Bo nnhappy
mam who ha th love and smile of woman te
accompany bim In every department of life.-
The world may look dark and cheerless without
enemlee may gather In hi path bat when
return to th flreeld, and feel tba tender
love of woman, be forget hi ear and tro
ble. and I eomnaratiyalv a hsrmv man. H 1
but hair prepared for the journey or iiio, wne-
hsino ktving, ivmpatbising oompaaioa, f wne
ill (break him in no emergency who will di
vld hi Mrrow, inorae bi Jow.llft th-vil
from hi heart, and throw anhia amid the
darkest aeene,' ' No.thal maa eannot be alM.
able who has saoh a companion, be he aver so
poor, despised, and trodden upon by th world.;
a
.
pLAii toa a Niw Cm. It was roently y e-
markedoy thvBuilder'tht spWet- web
furnish e a Dtttar plan ft th laying oat. of
new oitlef, wan any wbion oaa yet ueen oevisea
by uxyor and engineer.; Any on who oaa
find a dletloot and compieta web nabroken, will
aaa how beautifully and regular it- is, and bow
nerfeetla adaoted for th Quickest psMaae irom
any one point to another. .The concents! fing
are not eiroles.bat polygon; th radiating ax-
qulsitely regular and straight, iv::, B'ivl
- HrraranBJ In a cold dav of vinlera,:
when I
hot'' bits r full of frost, always warm, them
thoroughly before placing tbea Ha ' tb month.
Not te do thl i very eruct.. Apfiy your
tongue, or yn wrt fiogw, U a verri' cold
plo of Iron, and yoa ean appreciate th Impor
tance of tola blot.- It may be a little troabi to
do it, bat it ihould be don. The irott may be
takes out ooaraniently by pucing tha ;bita la
watcs.
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i - - n ). . . . T?
TWalra two- tlsnLfui pwlodi la aWO
man' Uf caewhenahe -wonder whora ah
wnona
nmo' o;il ti
will hate, aad Uie wnnrt wondr
wlUhavwberw r""!ii ,wi to!ie!ii i
erij i .laewrnsT no wwinrmo
The Dutchman and his $1,000 Bill.
Away back in tb State of New York live
a Dutch farmer, well to do In tha world, who
aiway keep by bim a $1,000 bill. With thi
bill in bis pocket, and a shabby cost on his back,
he pride himself on playing trloks on strangers,
particularly men country merchant a hav re
cently oommeneed business in th neighborhood,
and.ar not acquaints! with bis pecuniary cir
cumstance. A an lnatano or thl kind, b
went lately to a new merchant, with hla cloth
all la tag, hi toe (ticking out of his (hoes,
his hat without a crown, hla heard a fortnlirht
i , ' . . . , . .. n.
om, ana oraerea a tew aouara' worm or good.
Tba merobant stared at him, bnt a there oould
o no great natard in laying out the artlole for
bim. none of which were to be eat, be executed
we .onunana. wnen tne good were ready,
the merchant stared (till snore to hear hla sonr.
vy looking customer ask him to charge them.
"Charge them!" exoMmed the man of mer
chandise, "ha! hat aa! wa are not in tha ha hit
of charging aur good to averjbody. We keep
ouarp tuuauui ior oreaaera." , , .
."Den If you don't charge ,m," laid th
Dutchman, with great moderation, Ml most try
pay lordem djwn, if so be supposing I ean mut
ter money enough." Then taking a 11,000 bill
from hi pocket, he tare it to the merchant.
with a sir leer on hi face, and aaldt 'Will yoa
Change datt"
"Tnat what I a thousand dollar bill? Is It
possible that that a man of your appear
ance" "What, Mister, be' yoa so icsr't, hat Did
yoa never see a tousand dollar bill afore 7"
"A man of your appearance!" continued the
merchant, in hi astonishment, "with a $1,000
bill ! 1 could hav sworn"
"Nono your iwearin' here, If youpleai,
Mister, but Eire m mine chant-, dat I ma
ba off to mine farm again."
-unto your farm! A$l,O00biI17 Who are
yoa, if t may be so bold''
"Who be' 17 Why, don't you know your
own neighbor, manT My nam Is Frita Von
VogUr, poor farmer, mid no more a on
tousand acre of landt, and dli small bill in
my pocket, dat was so if you'll change it, and
let me be gone, I'll dank yoa."
"Change UT When ebould I get money of
t morning to ohange a $1 ,000 bill?"
"Den what ahall I do Misther? You won't
drnst me, nor you won't change mtne touiand
dollar bilir - -
"Trust vou! Mr. Vogler that I will, to the
amount of a thoouad dollar, if yoa wish. . I
bop yoa did not suppose I wi afraid to trust
you, sir" said th merchant, growing very
complaisant. ...'- . ..,.! .,
"Haw, haw, haw f roared the Dutchman, a
load aa h oould lngh,"yoa begin to haul la
your home a little, doea yont Strange, what
vondaraa mall tousand dollar bill will work In
man'a good oblnion! So you'll droit m now,wlll
youl" i . i . . . ,!:
"Certainly, air i" - -.-. -i
"No, Uistber, thsf yoa thsn't, If o be inp
poeln' I can find allver enongh in mine pocket
to pay." A h said thl, h hauled ont in old
stocking foil of dollars, paid for the goods, and
giTing anouer naw, new, nawi at the astonish
ed and aaddea change of the merobant, departed.---:
3 . f V!.- -u
Personnel of Vice-President Stephens.
Imagine the reanimated form of remarkable,
eooentrio John Randolph, habited In a iwallow
tan ooat oi black, badly eat panti, blaok vest,
flowing dlk handkerchief of th am aombr
hue, tlaahy pendant watch ohaln, heavy atal,
golden rimmed eve claasei. and a beaver oock-
ed an the aide of the head, and yon have a faint
idea af Stephens, of Georsla. Until von look
at the face a long time, however, yoa have no
oonoeption at tb man. -To picture th coun
tenance with pan and Ink 1 difficult. In it
ordinary aspect of repose. It ia very common,
yet vn ia it oommoaneaa it 1 very unusual.
as we aras glance, too lmpreuioa it make is
bnt of city tor tha "auffarer" ta whom la ha
looga, i ih eooasion wbea it waa flrat mv
ohaaoa to, m this remarkable man. I would
have declared that h waa a Florldian. Mu-,
quiioee, agna and fever, awampandmalarioua
exnaiauona or tne Boutn, reourred to me la
(tantaneouaiy.on . '. -.;il
' "What, in tha name of wonder, do they send
soon a man here fort" "Where did ha oome
fromT"anda.MWhoiihe. prayT" were auet-
uon mat i promptly uxea. mat's Bteonens.
of Georgia," was the anawer tbat aatonished
m. I need not say that my curiosity was
fully aroused, and I examined tha faoe fully.
Minutely, then, I iheuld ay, it I xoeslvely
pal, and a'jaort corpta-like. Th lips are
thin, determined, e nearly an ashen kue.
Heavy line indent every part of it. Around
the eye th Wrinkle run with th lam regu
larity that epokea branoh out from the hub of a
wheel! . Th fdrhd ia hi eh. wide, and fall
yt thd larger Tart of Ilia hidden by harsh,
grayish nait, allowed to ttraggle about looMly;
The whole countenance ia small, bnt effemia
at. , In youth it might hare been prpoe
lngtthongh decidedly haver good looking
Now, it might readily be take) for an old lady'
wrinkled lace. ' The eye te the only redeeming
feature) even in repose, It sparkle, fasolnat,
and command In excitement it flash; WheB
oonvmiog In an ordinary manner, the vote
too, I boyish womanish but Is nevertbeles
meiodlaua, aad well modulated. Aieonverutlon
merge into tabat, and debate grow Intel an
effort ht Tratory, excitement emt to'ehang
the entire man. : Hie gesture beeome graoeful,
and the voice gain strength, bat net harehnees.
baa th clear ring af allver, and la ao'dls1
unci mat ii can oa near a ay every man in we
largest assembly. OrrmpeTaeJoif ef thtBtUi
.
"Sir, yoa hare broken jour nromi."-
"Oh, never mind; leiamako another just u
good." ! ' ;i J1..W-IU1 ti.s;!.'tx; i-,ikox-'...' .:!.
! i BILL POSTING' r i
i. f! ii i. u v v. ABJ. ..'
DISTRIBUTING BILLS!
l'J' -. hi "-nT ' .i' ,':? . 'i.-')
.JOHN H. STEKLEY
- il.i : . jr.: :i
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wUl attend to the,
POSTKa ASS DISTEIBUTISQ
Hi.
,oi
l.;.
BILLS vIN THIS CITY.
il j Mi i - : f .-i ii f.-tL?.. ,.', i.
in orders left at the Office of tha" Jfrimon Will be
promptly
attended to.
'"JanlHf
; - aCaployment
SVBSORIBBMS. DBALIIfO
a Btaala Article, wilt furatah eanloyaMnt to
taw aetree man to at aa ataats for taelr houa. A
prararaaee will be giTen aa thoa wna are well acquaint
ed in the dlatrlei for which they apply, .
for which seryleas they era willing te pay a salary
at
$000 to $800 per year, and . Ixpiniu.
for fnrtharpartlcuUrsaddraa ,, 0 ... , ,
. M -a 1 -i j .'I x W. B. MOAAHOUtB A CO. , .
. :; laadS, Anaaar Viae, '
)anao-d3ss. ' . v i' Jersey Olty, W.J.
1
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Notice.
CITT BASS OF COLTnOTJS, '
-MIBFOLLemiWfi OTIAnaES WERE
. asadeln the tbaallceraof this Bank. Januarr 9th.
1M1, t wltt Wa. A. PuTT,nldont, and Taoaaa
Hooark. Oaahlar, raatgii tlr otttoea, DavtaTavaoa,
Ba., am ike eteetsd rraaidaataod Wa. A. fLar ar
rjT oni.r oi uiannn a-ixwvuira. .
fsbl, Wll-dtf. W. A. PUTT, Cashier.
nli wrnla. i. W f d f '!
ir,i,.iiwuw,2v.i,i . ,
"; superior wan,- t.;j-w- i
) Oeeiya aT Allan 1'1 -i .vr' HC - .b;!.:
BT TIRTVB OV A WHIT Of? FI.FA.
to dtreektd, Breai tha Bapewtor Ooartef ymoklla
oaaaty, OMe-I willofferforeaVeloahe town f few Al
bany, at ms stot rooa ef O. w. Allen, lot ef 'Pry
Omnia an RotlonS. leried eaaa tbe proaerty ef 0k W.
Allen! am .oamm.aalng an. MOti PAT tba Uth Any
xbraarjBi,ti:e w.1!
'jni ' .h-.t,3n?w C5e Cbn IMIi
GREAT SLAUGHTER!
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DRY GOODS
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KWAPP. & CO.'S
'NEW STORE.
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From aad after thl dat we ihall -'l
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REDUCE
l iTlTTTJ : A.
FRIGE
Anjciu
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY FIVE . PER. CEBIT,
in oaota to aixi ooa roa on
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SPRING STOCK.
NOV IS T
MM.
111!
Our assortment is still good,
and it is known to every
one that onr
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TOG TSL
00NBIBTS Of '
FIRST
CLASS GOODS.
, WE ARE DETERMINED TO; SELL;
:'.T' SO DO NOT FORGET THE : ,i
T': .cheap store of .
KNAPP & O O . ;
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Rags Wanted
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Nos. 36, 38 L 40, North fligh St.
INCREASED PAtLmESl '
AGEERACY". EHE4F5ESS. EISPATC3
HAVING MOVED IlTTd'MY 11
NEW " BUILDING,
: i -I HAVE '
aroatly TiTnlargoc?
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JOB DEPARTUENTI
rvi ! WHILE BOTH " HAVE BEEN .
REPIilNKHED THR0UCH017T -
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New TypeS, Bofrlers, prnaontiT&c;'
. . IOXJM. TOM OXUBHAXXP WVUBOBT OI
C. T. WHITE A CO.. NSW YOBJL
.. TH01 tUJSOO IT THI j;-.. j
Most Complete F xtalUsliment
Df THE CTTT. ' 1 x
I am bo Bretr4 to Xxatat all Order for V
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WITH DISPATCHJ
And la the If cat Approved ityl of tha Art.
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WR COUNTRY ' lRCHANTS, ;
ghov Bills, Hand 3fHa, ttbala, Oeaetrt Pra
framne, lonoal aad Collar Idmm, Ha-
v- Ul Bill of. Ira,,InvUatioaa, ,fce.r ,
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PEOTDHAlV STRtjp; ;
The are at hoaia. ind iiitm ktia V. avl, t-z: :'i
eiifthejwBWbxj,brrkaa
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BXAMINB LUNGS withoT flV -USTt if . " '
TUOBk WHO KJfXD BIB MXDICUIiiar, "". ,V '
ATTEND TO TOUB C01B8 -eaie of flreyeare'
tandlng cured hyDB. KEIBKR'J PgOTOUAlBrkliP.. 'J
Prrrssoaea, Jan. 11, 1M0.
D. Karat.- tfy wife haa tiacn ajniataA Ml ar a
eoagh and difficulty of breathing, for Bra or eix yara,' - -'- 1
wkioh.for aereral yeenback, had rradoally inoraaaadla r
TivwDca, anaaoaipiaintnaa been baredltary , and abe
bad been treated by ermal pbyeicisns without any re- ' '
Hef. In thU etate of bar eaae, I procured eooa of your
Pectoral Cough Syrup. I bought, tba flrat tlaaa, a fifty '"!
cant bottle, which rtilarad her awry aaaeh 1 1 shea eeLreaV
aad got a dollar bottle, which eund bar esUrely, aad
aha baa now no trace of the Turner claraae, exem iraaa- ff
nees. I would alao alate that I used tba Bwdkias ay' . J
self Uacoldandecugb. The medicine cured a by tak , 1 V
lor oaa doae I exnreas ni entire aaH.nu-Ma artih
medicine, and yoa are at liberty to publlab thl k yoa ' .
dealre to do so. . ,. WM. WILHOW
- Alderman fifth Warj, .
, ' ... Pmawraea, o. 18SB, " '
Da. Kirira : Although not aa adraeate of. PaSent
liedirioae, la general, it afforda ma pleasure iiideacrlba
ble to recommend your Pectoral Syrup. As a medicine
M Is well worthy the atten tioa of any person be y 4s '
any Banner ba aallatad with eoughs, soldi aad Imirmiiii . ' ?
ef any bind, and for the peculiar cuallAoaltoaa far. aa . , V .
MTing all that disagreeable anf""n jir, , n
yareaold. . ".
I kare been, more er less, to ay lite, affected' With OeT .'. -aerareat
of eolda aad hoaraaneaa. At Uaaaa a
would beeome ao eluaed aa to prevent my epeaking aboya
awhiaper.aiidby taking a tew doeae of the aJwra Smt
. In laoommendloa this medicine. I mast anheellafWra '. '
my that it l lb beat reaaedy I erer found, purporting lav .
eureth abora,nor ahould any family ba without this :
remedy fordiaeaaea ao prcraUoU .
i ; loura. moet respeetrally. , ...
XDWARD J. JOKES, ' -k
Oashias ClUaaaa' DenoaUBank.
1 .T: ' - "nvt, O1-. March 14 im '
I hav asad Dr. Eeyier'sOough Syrup for a badagh -of
several yean standing, and can cheerfully aay it la '
the beat medicine for the aane thaI hara erer waen.... c .
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OOt. PKATT AND UBi RTBK&'B MOTOKAL '
BTECP. Pa. KsTata-aear Blr Kxcuse the delay ef
my acknowledging th excellence of your Pectoral Oough " '
Byrapsooaer -1 lake great nMaaure la saying thai tt to 4'
all you aay it la. It knoaisti Ui4 noitt ota 01 my eottok
end tbo worst u Iwuarar afflicted a Its: I bare aot
ua4 more than tae-Balfef the battle.and leaa aad do -..
wiah that all who are affliou-d would rlra Itaa f.l. a i.i '
Us I hare don, aa they will be proud to aay, "It a ao "
quaok medieura." I would not suffer another suehaa
attack for any eonaidaration, or at any cost. I am coo- "
Bdeotlean breathe aaore freely thaavXaei-r did. I ebail
always aokneu ledge a debt ef greUtude forinramtiOBas '
iieatananeay.- x oa are aa uoerty to aaa aay aaaua ' "
ia tail ragaad, aa yoa think proper
. . rKaTT,
Meaaenaair0omaMaOattMUlflttabarBh,Pa;-' f
Arab, may U, IdM. ... . .
I am a strangar to my fenoW-eltlacTit. aad
Plttab:
.B
who eatartala daubes
i eonauit aaa eareooalte . ! .
....... ...
-. " PfTVaawaoa. ApiIS,tasy.i, j
&IAD IDB TBTJTH. Pa. taaraaa; I hay a daaah
ar who bas taken aereral medicines for a bad eon ah. '
Withoal baoeflb-aaen tbaaa AWe Cherry rWaraiT- ,
I purebaaed from yoa a bottle ef tout PKOTOavAi. '
1 purebi
imp,
and before ahrbad awed bag a aattia mkm
raUered.
roe aeeva aotue oared Her entirely ef liar
...... iOHNPaWJf,
"; Bobtnaoa atreat, Aiiagbaey. t -
awifh.
y-r' ' ?rrraaoaea, Seeamhar, Jl, IHO. 4'e
BYBUP-I lira in Peebles towaehip, Allegheny county. -
a uav awugumg .uu apuung, wukb rommaaue atfoot
tba 4th of rebruary laat, and continued eight avmtne. A
amployed the beat pbyaiciaas in tha eountrr. and a
oough aontinuad unUated-wattt- warty ia Ootobar. At
tnaiame I wu aariaed to try your.rnOTOB.AI, COUQH
BXBUP.whlohldid, andaftarl bad takaa one bottle A u"
waa entirely free from tha eouaniae and aalttuu. I kaA . i ' -.
despaired of erer getting wall, and I inlak Itahould ba
known taut thta Taiuable remedy will da for other what L it
it has done la ay eeee.. ,. . ..- JOaia 0. LITTLfi.
nuneea B. n. IM, Peebles townhip. "
.SmO .v-i-auaaaa.1. (-ui .JT .Ml n;
S-pT-nit-. April 14, J8W. ,-. .
A WOHDIErOI, OTJlla. Some Una, mu JJ ' " "
neighborof fain was vary Ul, with a bad eooak which ' . '
erery on aappoaad to be ooMuaptioa. Hla relatiraa .
told aaa that he bad takaa erary remedy they beerd atu ''
WlthdutbeaeBtj bis areiher eaaaa So aeehfm AlavataJ. aji -f "
were oonarmad In the belief that be oould not lira., ,1
aaa aoeut w intra er a aanie i year Pastoral Byraa, o--
whlehlgau aljaviadlteotlraly-cnrad hlaa, to tbeaatoa-- .- -.
lehaMnt of all. what makes the caa More r- arrahla ' '"'
Uie extreme aw of traaa.awteliigaautaiIIhlxyaa1ra f j,n
old. 1 hare no doubt the Peotoral tartd hi ue. .. . .. .
.. r- c . Jottaut'QiimU. aa,i"
DR. KITSBB.'B , FICTORAt, BTRTTP HI CLAIRB.. . .
TIU.1. Plaaaa sand me another supply af your Talu-" e ' nJ
able PaoUral yrp," Alaaeat mrTbody around ear i '' 3
tbecoldandaralnaulrlna tor "Dr. Kaaara "
lyrup."- We bareaoHlaUtaen bcttlae lait irrckruiaJara ' v. :
now eutlrtry out. ,. Mr. A. A I tar and air. P. liaher.aoth- h.r u
of Blairsrliie. Ta . tell us they would aot ba without u J 1 ' "
la tbeir familiew In fast, ait wa aaa It ease saaat S''.
again.- Toars, laapeetfnlly,
January 80, 189.',. . ci ... 9.jj. t.
ArTOTHBB RUT OBMIf fOATlIbft.' kTaan-i "0;
PB0I0BA1. SIA0P I had bare troabted with aiiauwh r. 1 . 7 : a
and ootdtor aararal weak ao bad was It tbat I eenld not .
Sleep, laa tbeadrioeaad piwaoriptioae fraaa tbroaial'C': i
uwnanpayamaaaia tnaetiy, wooaa ieoaldaaaaa,but4o.
notdoso. I finally procured a bottle ef you Ptoloral 4
Byruy, wkka aured au enUralyk. Blrra,' 1 t...i ,:.'.v cJ
Ui. . -, W.Bl10MIWr . .
,;;Jberty street, Wttaburg
T0P TnATTJOOOrnNO." Bow ean I da HT .
te Keyaanen Weod atrret and rat a bottle ef baa 0mh ' " '
Pectoi al. at. if that don't ear roa.our aaauiamaatka. .-.
dee pen la Indeed." this to aspaetaea of the colloquy ' .
OM bear alaaoet erary ay U eold eatohlag-partadoof a).t,'r"..
the year.. And wa oaa, from actual arnerhuaae. ,
fully eanour in tha adTlaer'aadmuultkOn aa abtfT, lor WW ' .
bar triad aba "Pectoral," laa moatatubbora Tav,withbi vdj
ennraauoocaa- iear.wowaeuagawwaattePIUabntb. . ,
with en of the moet dletreaatnc. eontrarr. mullah ZZL" '
aubduable oougha wa eve, experienced sUmaauradraoa- - a tl
upen thia mundane sphere. Wo eoughad steadily and
laborlaualy for one whole weak, ib bepaw ad Urine i c
bnt It was a go.. In fact it seemed rather to batrrburv ., 1
prorad by practice, and ta hare acquired strength.potea
oy and sUasrwstaMtry by tbanperailoa.. Ia ibi aaarootsn Ull
tfceateau, we eoajbad ear way to Eayaar'a, 10 Weed !.., ,
pneareda flfty eaat bottle of the "Peetatal;" leak M
eoeardieg to dlraeoaaa, and In forty-eight haaea are ware
of the Said, the enema harlnc ano"Bditkaall
surreadarad, aftarabrlaf bat aaaguaj eautUotarUa ao
ronaidabie aa adraraary aa aeyaers amaas "Oough
Peotarei . " imei nidt Ctipptr, Dta. li, leSB.
a..vj ;o :'.aaaaai VatU iatijaJ til
DA BmSIR'S PI0TOBAI BTRTJ Is BMaaaaaA aa
soldny Dr OKOKfl H..lUTSfcB,,140 rVoad Mrnt, '
Plttsburgh.l'a.' " -.'. ... H,T3a.vT7r;rT.'a Si5
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trice, tSeants. , AO Wood t. , Pirtabargh, Pa. ,
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acncriutawoua.
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hi. S4 Nartk nigii Street,
ttAVU oiniBn at twnv" r-",'n
XI aa BUUtl, -tWaHrT MAPI w
ru)Tjart)Atti Ti coma, busa. ivbaoco,.
tFaAai.lT.w--wtaia.hatieaauobae4U-i.aatra
Oltlee daring the Paulo, , ,j :-4, ,
ahSfrrW"-! f'.tf ami bo-Savelar IMtavaSM'"
tO i Ai aaW whlak aaa pel aawsiad to say ia,l-'ttr'u.
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