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VOL. yii: :N0. 225, NEW SERIES.' ., COLUMBUS. OHIO. TUESDAY. EVENING. FEBRUARY .26. 1861.:, '
SIX D0LLAJ2J P23 TUB
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t.Al .iY F:,.
D ULY , TRI-V7EEXLY AND WEEKLY
MANYPENNY & MILLER,
POBIIBEI B8 r AWD rBOPBIETORB.
STOffie Mm. 86, 88 and 40, Forth High It.
J,V,,IIMI INFARIABLT IN ADVANCE. T
Oally '1 ' $8 00 pr ywr.
By vho Carrier, per wok, 12
trl.WesVly; . , 8 0i
0 pr yr.
m Eqnaro 1 ei . . .920 00
One " 0 months 18 00
:n - " 0 montln 15 00
.tne ". UnoDthi 10 00
3ne tlmanlhf M W
On " 1 inontti. 5 00
One iqntrt 3 weekt. .f 00
On " IwMki.. 3 00
On " lweok... 17J
Od " 3dyi... 1 00
One " Sdyi
Oca " llntartloa SO
Dlpled idTertlnmenU h1f more lhn tit boT
"AOwtHw-menU lcadod ti4 placed In th column of
!rediil Notlco," dcublt tht ordinary rat.
11 uotlce reqnlreo to be publinhed by law, legal rate.
II onlrred on the tnalae exclusively aller th nnt week
.or cei.:. mure than the above rate; bat all mob wil
ip;ear lu the I rl-Weekly without charge.
Muiineii OanU, not exceeding flTelloei, per year, tn
Nutieei of ineeUnga, ebajrltalilea ocleUea.tre eompanlM,
hi., half prlte. . : ,m M ,
All tramitat advtrUetmeni mutt 6 paidor in
Ivniust tie rule will not be varied from.
Weekly, aame price a the Dally, where the advertlaei
eathe Weekly alone. Where Dally and Weekly
are both Hied, then the charge Ibrth Weekly will be
O'l! the rate or me irnuy
No advertisement taken except for a definite period.
EAGLE BRASS WORKS,
Corner Spring it Water 8ti. .
W. B. POTTS 8c CO.,
And Uannfaetnrerf of Bran and Oompoeltlon Oaitlngf,
yinlfhtd llraai Work of all Description.
Electro PIatingand Gilding!!
STENCIL CUTTING, tC.
F. A. B. SIMXIN3,
. AMD NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office Aom-.a Building, opposite Capitol Bquare.
. . OOLTJMBUB, OniOJ
Machine Manufacturing Company
STEAM ENGINES fc BOILERS,
' . Cutlac, KUl-aaarlnR, Eatblntry. .";
. i . Iv
or tvtir DiacurrioN.
OHA8.AM7lrtl3.Bup t . ' P. AJIBOB.iTre.
Little Miami Columbus & Xenia
For Cincinnati, Dayton ft Indianapolis!
Through to IndiaoaDolia without Change of Cut
' and bat Ono Change of Can between
Columbus and St. Louis.
THREE TRAINS DAILY FROM COLUM
(Dally, Mondevi excited. 1
NIGHT BXPKK88, via Dayton, at 41:45 a. m.,ltep
Ing at London, Xenui, Dayton, Ulddletown and Hamfl.
ton, arriving at Olndnnetl at 6:20 a. m. (Dayton at 3:43
a. m., Indlanopoll at 10:18 a. m.;tt. Iulsat 11:40
P . SECOND TRAIN.
ACCOMMODATION, at 6:10 a. m., stopping at all 8tt
tloni between Oolnmbne and Cincinnati and Dayton, ar
riving at Cincinnati 11:IU a an., Dayton at (:13 a. a.,
Indlanopoll af8;28 p. w
SAT BIPBE88,at 8:JOp. m., stopping at Alton,
Jefferson, london, Charleston, Oedarvllle, Zenla.
Spring Valley, Corwln, Morrow. Deerfield, 7oster.
Loveland, UlUfordand Plalnviil, arriving at Cincin
nati at 7:20 p. m.; St. Louis at U m; Dayton at 3:33 p.
b. j Indlanopoll at 10:38 p.m.,,', , ,t
Sleeplnar Can on all NIfflit Traine f
Ciuclnnwtl and Indianapoli.
BAGGAGE ' CHECKED THHOCGH.
- For farther Information and Throogh Ticket apply to
' - M. L. DOHBHTX,
Ticket Agent, Union Depot, Columbus, Obis.
... E. W. WOODWARD,
. Bnperintendent, Cincinnati.
, . JNO. W. DOHRRTX
Jul J - ' ' ' Agent, Oolumhna,
- V ' 1 ; f ANCIES.
Buch arUslas as yon dttir for your HUSBAND .
Bach uyoiweeal for yonrWIf
Bach a arapraper for your DAUGHTER.
Bach a your BIBTKE will praltt yon for. . . .
Bach a your BROTHER oao. '
. Bach a yoa want for " III! 0.N T0U L0T1 BISI
. Bach a will be good for the " BtlBSXO BABY." ,
Bach as all for, ' ' ; '
1 May b found In variety, In my new stock of '
(VATCUCt, ,. CHAINS, JEWELRY
. And general assortment of . !
Fancy and TJsefnl Article.
. ':WM. BLYNN, . ..r
No 10 Backey Block
t December, 1800. , 1
r, Jrut BceelveU!
-fAA nr. CII CHEEK and BLACK
VBA9 lOO bag prim Bio Cone. i
- 1 50 pocket old Dutch Government Java Coffee.
" 1 5 bspl Ceylon Coffee.--
SOObbl. tandard White Bnirar, eonitotlnR of Pow
. . .- dred, Oluruahed, Orannlated A and B Coffee.
'' 50 quintal George Bank Codfish.
aObbl. Mess and No. 1 ilackerel. ;,.
A k. Pick Salmon.
lOO ta. Layer Balsln. ' ' '-1
AO hf. bos do do ' '
lOOqr.bo do d - s -'
lOO M Cliir, different brands and grade.
novJ7 A v WM. MoDONALD.
1M M. roWER3 & BRO
- . .. SCALiaa IN IMNKTID AND DOMUTIO
CIGAHSs . - , ..... , .
.... I0BACCO, ; ' ; ' .
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AND f ANOT ABTIOLIB
No. tlEaat Stale Street, between High and
lliePost-Omc,oiomoB. unw oow:dfla
- FAITIILV FLOOM
tyniTE wnEATi uhandeb V.r j
Bisro W AEK." ;''
Front "SameitMllI," Bprlngfleld, 0.-4b btbrandof
riour oronini to our manow b.h...iiu ,upww.
foraal only at - WM. MoDONALD 8, ' a
. aovOT '- 1Q Booth High rtreet.
Holiday Presents. -
OA 1.1 COM, Uel.AllvftS, IrtEIIINOf,
CHINTiCES, 1HES) SILK., and all
kind of faahlonakl i . f t" . -wu-i I.
, . . -i Wlnte XreeM CKod.
W are now offering at very low prlcer.
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M aw will be furnished with a eonoise report of the doings of each of those bodies.
During the past year, the circulation of the Wixklt Statesman has increased very rapidly,
being now more than double what it was twelve months ago. It is our desire to extend its 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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-, - ? rcBLlBMSg OHIO 8TAT8jfA!f.
PER ANNUM !
No. 4 Qwvnne Bloclc
A. P. STONE & O'HARRA.
ABE NOW RECEIVIKOTHEIBWIN.
TBK GOODS, and Invite the public to Inspect
them. No inch stock of Good ha ever been brought to
this market. The South, In consequence of th failure
of th (rain orop, has not bean able to purchase the us
aalquantlty of Hob good, and tht faoiha forced th
Importer to tell them at publle auction. Our buyer
(Mr. Btone) being In New Tork at these large sales, took
advantage of them, and we ean and will aeil our good
hre, at lea than any on who purchased two weekslnce,
paid for them in New York. Our stock la-complete in
every department of ,
ELEGANT DRESS SILKS,
BROCHE VALBNCIAS, .
. DYED COBUGSj
FANCY WOVEN FABRICS,
ALL WOOL DELAINES,
POPLIN 3, PRINTS,
SHAWLS AND CLOAKS!
Fiye Thausand Dollars Worth ,
Bought in One Day,
At eme bll tha Cetat of lmpoitntion.
In all Varletlee, of the Celebrated
mannfatare of C. O. Onn
there Sc. Son,
Men's. Udle and Children's Under Bhlrta and Drawers;
Ladle, MisM and Children' Hosiery of all kinds. In
Wool and Lamb's Wool; fleecy Lined and Cotton Glove
of every make, ,,,)
A cemplete assortment of all the usual varie
ties of . "
...... DRESS TRIMMINGS,
Ladies and Gent's Linen Cambrio Hand-
- .keroniea, 4c, &o. , .
To psrsons who call on n, w pledge out word to
(ho (hem the largest, best and cheapest stock of Good
ever seen to tht market, or pay them on dollar par
sour whll looking. . i t-
dMl-dlyXUwuw. btukb et o innsn.
f OLDEN Hil l, SHIHI'S, . , .
VT OOLDSN HILL BIUttTB,
GOLDJCN BILL SHIUTS.' ;
The pattern of the shirts are new. the Bodies, Toko,
slerres and boaom an formed to fit th person with ease
and aomfort. Th mark upon each one designating th
slsemsy be relied on as being correal, and eachahlrt 1
luarauteed well mad. A (nil (took of all qnalllle
constantly for aal at - ' 4 J
aovM. . , ' No. 89 Booth High street
"Watches and Jewelry.
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF WATCH'
, Clock, Jewslry, Bilverwar, ko., kopt constant
yon band at - J, kiukVATBIOK'S,
Ho. TBS, Bouth High Street, Columbus, O.
. TXJWatohes an Jwlry repaired. -Oeo4d3m.
IiVANOV VHESS SIK.ST .,
fANOJ DBE8B itILKB, J
W are aow offering ear tamen Mock of fancy Dress
Bilk at prte lew than aver before effsred la this city,
lb atteatlon f th ladle of this dty and vicinity I
solicited, aa our stock la ver leot and complete In all
novW. , 99 South High treet.
PtJM m ANDDIS S. WruiS, COBDIALB, AND BIT
na, from 'Bonded Warehouse " ..
ma. uouuri aiu.
lOO South High (treat.
MmmjM w m . JUAVE. L'JL .
of lsgant quIIUes for Ladle; alto, MIsm' Mitt
Si B l TIMIV AU.
Nos. 3C, 38 & 40, North High St.
INCREASED FACILITIES 1
HAVING MOVED INTO MY
1 HAVE -
BOOK & JOB DEPARTMENT!
WHILP BOTH HAVE BEEN
WITH . i
New Types, Borders, Ornaments, &C'
fBOM TBI CBLXBBATES fOUNDKT Of i
C. T. WHITE & CO.. NEW YOEK.
THU8 &LAKI50 IT TH '
in the city. ;
I am now prepared to Execute all Orders for t
BOOK AND JOB
And la the Host Approved Style of the Art.
, PABTICTJLAB ATTENTION PAIS TO
MERCANTILE AND RAILROAD
Dill of Lading, Clrenlare,
uiii aseaaa, tstdnHe, veea.
Certificate, , . Atecelpta,
i . Drajr Tickets, , . ltogiatera,
HOW CARpS & BILLS IN COLORS,
CHECKS, ROTES, ' ;
- CABD8, ' . ENVELOPES, j
EXASDI0S, ' COHTSACTS. ,
Illustrated Show Bills,
: FOR COUNTRY. MERCHANTS,. .
Show Bills, Hand Bills, Labels, Concert Pro
grammes, B en 001 ana college scnemes, bo
. tel Bills of Fan, Invitations, fto. .
OP, EVERY DESCRIPTION ;
School and College Catalogues, - .
- - MlsesUaneoas Pamphlets, .
Constitntlont, Beporti, Briefs, it
Printing in Gold and Colors
O O T 33 R S
i .. jointed in Ererj Color on
Th only Press of the kind in Central Ohio."",
- My faeilltle for iolng any an aa or U abov deoorlp
(tonaer work; are now unsurpaawd, and sattsfaotloa fill
be rttaranteed la all ease. . .
lLjr'AU work nimithed promptly br th Urn promised.
Dally, par yar.'. W
Trl Weekly, per :ar , 3 00
Weekly, per yaai 00
LIBERTY AND UNION.
BY MRS. J. J. MONELL.
t'jfaw ani orvtr,inmHnteparabl4." ,
I would evrth Colon but oany undo ,'
Th relation ol brother to broiherl
T may oololy rard him, and slander him. too, -But
when sorrow o'ertake him, your heart Will be
Io the luv y once bore blm, when togihr y grw)
In peace, by th side of yo Mother.
t would sever the Union but oan ye untwine
Those numberlM tie that have bound youf
Like the thread of a creeping and delloat vine,
They bare ailently spread In th rain and Ihe shine.
Till, wnen ye would burst them, ach gossamer line
Turn to "cord and to cable1; around you)
T would sever th Union WhatT ye who were nurted
In th arm of so holy a Mother t
Would you dar to pronounce heraitray and accuned,
Who rocked you to sleep In one cradle at Hrt
Who shielded your head from the storm when It burst.
And ne'er gav the charge to another?
Y would sever th Union Lot tan ye forget
How your fathers stood shoulder to shoulder?
ITow Ilk ono. lu privation, their stern heart were set;
How like one, In th oonUiot, our foemen they met;
How like en they were melted by sorrow, and yet
How la danger grew bolder and bolder?
Te would sever th Union but will y dlviJa
The 0g of our freedom and glorj 1
It waved o'er th field where our forefather died:
Their ohtldron unlurl It with reverent pride,
ana whose anaii to task no to uirow it aside, .
And tell the sad nations the itorjV
Y wonld HTtr th Co Ion but who then shall claim
The grave of our country a Defender?
Will the North and the Bouth fan the fuel to flune,
And fight o'er Ait ashes whose glorious nun
Is watchword of Liberty. Justice and game,
W would all rather at man surrender)
Ts would (ever th Union but wo to th day
38S)When y mingle In council no longer!
What shall keep ruler from deadly affray?
What love ahall be potent the neonle to ewayr
Y will find yourselves powerless Ihe torrent to 'y '.
Of hat and the right or the stronger.
Ta wonld sevr the Union our Union and why?
short and few are the words of the reason:
The North think the South should abju Slavery,
The South thinks the North doea not tenderly try
To view all her deed with unprejudiced eye,
And eacn finds a refuge in isiamni
"Judgtnot that ye be not Judged." Leave untoOoJ
The riitht of condemnlni vour brother.
Until, like an owner, ye stand on his sod;
until your own net in hi patnway nave trod
Until you are scourged, both alike, by th rod,
never dare to pronounce on another.
But oberlth the Union, with heart tnd with hand,
Aa y enerisn your noma ana your altar;
Thorugh th length and th breadth of our wlde ipretd
Alone by th eye of Omnipotence canne,d,
Rise up fn your etrength and the oraven withstand,
not uare to auasmoi inn raiter.
If ye sever th Union, then Liberty dies.
xo restore ner in vain me enueavon
Bhe will soar to yon distant and oloud-mantled skies;
ana in vain win us wuria mi ua questioning eyef,
Bhe will not be moved by It grief or surprise;
Unoe mute, in is mens lorever.
The following Breech of General Riley, de
livered in the Missouri House: of Representa
tives, on February 8th, will repay perusal.
Tbe man who cannot find In It a hearty laueh
bas "no music in his soul," and is only fit "for
treason , strategem, and spoils."
Mr. Riley obtained the floor, and addressed
the House: . , . ...,
Ma. BriAKta: Ererjbody Is a Bitchine into
this matter like toad frogs into a willow swamp,
on a lovely evening in. the balmy month of June,
when the mellow ligbi or tne fun moon fills
with a delicious flood tbe thin, ethereal, atmos
pheric air. Applause. Sir, I want to put in
a word, or perhaps a word and a balf.
There seems to be a disposition to 3?ht. I
aay, if there is any fighting to be done, come on
with vour oorn-cobs and lightning-bugs! ' Ap
plause. . In the language ot the ancient Roman,
"Oom onel com alll This rock shall fly
Prom II firm base in a pig' eye!"
Now, there has been a great deal of bombast
here to-day. I call it bombast, from "Alpha"
to ''Omega." (I don t understand tbe mean
ing of the words, though.) Sir, the question to
reler is a great ana magnincent question. It is
the all absorbing questions like a epongc, sir
a large, unmeasurable sponge, of globe sbape,
in a tumbler of water it auoks uo every thine.
Sir, I stand here, with the weapons I havo de
signated, to defend the rights of St Louis conn
ty, tbe rights oi any otner county even tbe
count; of Cedar naell. Laughter aud ap
plause. bir, tne debate baa assumed a luti
tudinoaity. We bare had a little.black-l ack
buncombe, a little two bit bancombe, bomoasc
buncombe, buoghole buncombe, and tbe devil
and bis grardmoiner knows what other kiod of
Why, sir, just give some of 'em a little
Southern soap and a little Northern wier, and
quicker than a hound pup oin lick a skillet,
they will maae enougu oaoeomoa latner to
wash tbe golden flock that roama abroad the
ature mead oi neaven. i vneera ana laugti-
ter. I allude to tbe starry firmament.
The Speaker. The gentleman is out of order.
He must confine himself to the question.
Mr. Riley. Just retain your linen, if you
pleaso. I'll stick to the text as otose as a pitch
platter to a pine plank, or a lean pig to a hot
jam rock. Cries of "Go on;" You'll do."
1 want to aay to sueao oaruuuiierous gentle
men, these igneous individuals, these deioua
lioK demonstrators, these peresinous volcanoes,
come on with your combustibles! If I don't
I'll auok the gulf ot Mexico through a goose
quill. Laughter and applause. Perhaps you
think I am diminutive tubers and sparse in the
mundane elevation, xou may discover, gen
tlemen, von are laboring under as great a misap
prehension as though ou had Incinerated your
inner vestment. .In the language of the noble
DMu ... . .v. . -i
"1 was not oorn in a ibickbi,
To be scared by a cricket."
Ifrwe bavs lost bur proper position: Our
proper position is to the zenith and nadir oar
beads to the one, our heels to the other, at right
angles with the horizon, spanned by that azure
aro 01 tne lUSirou urmsuiiuvi ungui wuu tne
corruscalions of the Innumerable constellations,
and proud as a speckled stud-horse on county
court day. Cheers.) . i .
"But bow have the mighty fallen!" in the
language of the poet Silversmith. We have
lost our proper position. ' We have assumed a
sloshindicular or a dlagonaloglnl position. And
what is the caujeT echo answers "Buncombe,"
sir, "buncombe." The people have been led on
buncombe, wnilS a lot Ol epaviueu, rwg.Duuea,
hamstrung, wind-galled, swineyed, split-hoofed,
distempered, poll eviled, pot-bellied politicians
nave bad their noses in too puuuu onu, uniu
there ain't fodder enough left to make gruel for
a sick grasshopper. Cheers and laughter.
Sir, these hungry brata keep tugging at the
publio pap. They say, "Let down your milk,
tucky, or you'll have a split bag." Do you
think they can stuff such bunoombe down our
irawt No, sir) yon might as well try to stuff
butter In a wild oat with a hot awl. Continued
lanirhter.l The thing Can't be did.
The nubllo erindstone Is a great Institution,
! a. air. a neat Institution. One of the
greatest, perhaps, that ever rese, reigned, or fell.
But, air, there is too mnoh private ontlery
! round.1 Tne tmng won t pay. uooasionaur a
ig axe is brought in to be fixed up, ostensibly
or the purpose of bewlog down the gnarled
Minkanf error, and clearing out the brushwood
if ignoranoe and folly, that obstruct the publle
highway of progress. The machine whirl i the
axels applied. The lookera-on ore enohanted
.itk tha hrilliant soarks elicited. The tool is
polished! keenly edged; and, while the public
stare in gaping expectancy or seeing the roaa
i.ui.thatmnlement la elvlv taken off to im
prove the private acres of some "faithful friend
th naonle." v What Is tha result! Tbe ob
tractions remain unmoved. Tbe people curse,
because the oar lags; or, If it doea move, 'tit at
tbe eijxnseof a broken wheel and jaded and
sore backed team. I te l yon, the thing won't
pay, . i ne time win come wnen tne nasal prom'
ontories of these disinterested grinders will bo
put to the stone, Instead of their hardware.
(Applause ; I am mighty afraid tbe machine
is going to stop. ' me grease is glvlDgoutthun
derlog fast. It is begtonio to creak on Its ax
U. ' Gentlemen, ll la my private opto lon.confl
dentlally expressed, that all the "grit" is pretty
near worn on. (Applause.;
Mr- Speaker, yon must eicuse mo fur my
latitudinosity and olrcumlocutoriness. My old
blunderbuss soatters amazingly, but if anybody
gets peppered, It ain't my fault if they ace in the
Sir, these dandadical, snpersqnlrtlcal mahoga-ny-facedgeniry-J-whatdothey
know about tbe
blessings of freedom T About as much, sir, as
a toad-frog does of high glorr. Do they think
they can escape me? I'll follow th em through
pandemonium and high water! Cheers and
These are the ones that have got our liberty
pole off its perpendicularity. Tis they who
would rend tbe Stars and Stripes, that noble
flag, tbe blood of our revolutionary fathers em
blemed in its red; the purity of tbe causo for
which they died denoted by the white; tbe blue
tbe freedom they attained, like the azure air
that wraps their native bills and lingers on
their lovely plains. Cheers. The high bird of
liberty sits perched on tbe topmost branch, but
there is secession on his glorious tall. I fear
be will no more spread bis noble pinions to soar
beyond tbe azure regions of the boreal pole.
But let not Missouri pull tbe last feather from
bis sheltering wing, to plume a shaft to pierce
his noble breast or, what Is the same, mike a
pen to sign a Secession ordinance. Applause.
Alas, poor bird, if they drive you from the
branches of the hemlock of the North, and the
Palmetto of the South,come over to the gumtree
of the West, and wo will protect your noble
bfrdehlp while water grows and grass runs
Immense applause. Mr. Speaker, I subside
for the present.
A Curious Affair.
Some eighty or a hundred years ago, the body
of a man was found in the Tiber at Rome. It
was recognized as that of a porter, well known
about the city, but a stranger thing was that a
second body (also that of a man) was found at
tbe same time tied up in a sack, which was
strongly stitched on the collar of tbe coat of
the porter. This was not so easily recognized,
but the strangeness of tbe circumstances set all
tbe authorities immediately to work in the
greatest earnest, and excited much interest in
tbe city. Before long, suspicion arose, which
attached itself to a woman of doubtful charac
ter, who lived in the outskirts and whose hus
band had all at once disappeared. All, how
ever, that was known was this, that she had
lived nnhappily with him. Nothing could be
discovered or brought borne to her beyood the
fact that he was gone, and of course she main
tained that he had leit ber, and that she was a
much injured person.
And thus, as there was no proof, after a
while tbe talk of the affair was dying out,
when at once it was fanned into a flame again
the suspected house was revisited, and the wo
man actually brought to confess the truth that
she had murdered her husband and caused, like
wise, the death of the porter. Upon this, with
out further ado, she was apprehended, and bad
to undergo ber trial. The obtaining this con
fession, and tbe discovery of what bad baffled
the wisest beads in Rome, caused a very great
sensation, but nobody seemed, to know bow it
bad been brought about. Upon her trial, she
said she bad murdered her husband out of jeal
ousy, and with no help from any human creature-.
Tbe great difficulty jhe found waa in
disposing of the body. At last she hit upon this
contrivance. She crammed it into a sack, and
sent for a porter with whom she was acquaint
ed, it was men tne ansa: oi evening.
- On bis arrival, she represented that she had
been cleaning .. ber bouse, and had collected
great mass of rubbish, which she did not well
know what to do with, or how to get rid of; she
tuoueot it a coon man to ituii it ail inin a ir
and hare it thrown into the river. It was heavy.
uv ttiu, out bdo wouia pay nim well lor nia
job, and give him some refreshments before be
started with bis load. The matter thus ar
ranged, they supped and caroused together, and
she so plied him with drink that he waa well
nigh overcome. She then broueht out tha sack.
and while pretending to adjus I it to his shoul
der, stitched it strongly to the collar of his coat,
teiiing mm an ne naa to ao when be trot to tbe
middle of the bridge was to lean it toward the
edge, and cbuck tbe sack as be could over the
parapet, so as to get it clear out of the wav in
to the current, and she would give him bis mon
e; when be came back, which, of course, ha
She could not tell, she said, how it had been
found out, but she supposed God and the Vir
gin Mother bad brought it to light; that waa
tbe wbole truth, sbe added, and 11 she bad to
tell. When tbe trial had arnv ed at this point,
a young lawyer stepped forth and asked ber
II sbe bad ever told anybody what sbe bad
done, or bad any accomplice who could hve
divulged ill" "No," said sbe, "nobody bad
helped ber, and they . might well suppose she
would not be such a fool aa to tell It to any liv
ing area ture." "What, nobody!" the jouug
lawyer asked. ' "No, said sbe, "only my oon
Here was the solution of tho whole business.
and the lawyer soon discovered that tbo eon
lessor bad a brother In tbe galleys, and, call
Inat to mind an old custom, that if a galley
slave . can be tbe means of brineinp: a worse
criminal than himself to justice, be received
bis freedom, be arrived at the conclusion that
the galley-slave bad lurnlBbed the clue, which
turned out to be the fact. The woman escaped
punishment, aa the discovery bad been made
through a breach of the confessional. The fath
er con lessor absconded as soon ae possible. Tae
young lawyer rapidly rose to emlotnce.
Wnr do Animals Nxin S alt. Prof. Jas. E.
Johnson, of Scotland, says: "Upwards of balf
the saline of the blood (57 per cent.) consists
of common salt; and as this is partly discharg
ed every day throughout the'skln and the heal
thy body, becomes sufficiently obvious. The bile
alio contains soda (one of the ingredienta of
salt,) aa a special and lndlspenslble constituent
and so do all the cartilagea of the body. Stint
the supply of salt, therefore, and neither will the
bile be able properly to assist digestion, nor
the cartllageaco be built up again as fast aa
they naturally waste." ' 1
It is better to place salt where stock can have
free access to It, than to give it occasionally in
large quantities. They will help themselves to
what they need, if allowed to do so at pleasure;
otherwise, when tbey become "salt hungry,"
they may take more than is wholesome.
Paorir or Fowls. A lady friend of ours
states that from forty hens, kept in the ordinary
barn-yara manner oi tne country, with tbe ad
dition of about one pint of oorn per day, sbe
obtained during the months, inclusive, ot March
and September, over lour thousand eggs, and
about two hundred chickens. The fowls were
confined each night, in a house, where the drop
pings could all be saved, and from them nearly
nre oarreia oi mannre, equal to tne nest guano,
were gathered. This result, when fooled up,
gives a return as follows i 4,000 eggs at 1 cent,
40; S00 chickens at 16 eents, $32; 1 barrels
of guano, at $10, $45. Total, $117. One pint
of corn per day for S10 days, at 50 oenta per
onsnei, ji.ou; meal lor cnicaena, say si; total,
net pront on u lowls foi' seven months,
$114,40. O. Iwmer. ; ;,. :: U rt
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BXAHINB LUNOS WITHOUT CHARnR. Vnn il.r
TUOBI WDO MKEO Big MEDI01NE8.
ATTEND TO TOUR COLDS -A eM of flv year.
landing cored by I) A. KEYBJtR'g PEOTOBAL SIBUF.
Pirrnoaen, Jan. 11, 1880.
TIB. TT.Vra. mmltm Vaa Uu .ffll.i.l .
sough nd difficulty of breathing, for flv or six years,
whlah ..for several ream hack. hA raHu.llv 1.
violence. Ihe complaint ha been heredllarv. and aha
had been treated by Mveral physicians wlthoat any re
llef. In this ttata of her ease, I procured som of your
cent bottle, which relieved her very much i I then Gelled
m A ... Jnll.a V.A . . 1 1. 1 .U . . ., .
WMm mil., wiuuh vurva Br .Dlir.1 J, DQ
ehe ha now ao trace of the former disease, except wak
nee. 1 would alee, atat that I uwul tK. himm
elf toaeoldaodeongh. Th medicine cured m by tak
log one aos i expres ay entire aaturartion with the
medicine, and you are at liberty to publish this U yon
desire to do o. WM. WILSOU,
- Alderman fifth Ward.
Pirrsaoaow, Nov. 18, 1858.
Da. Karrta : Although not aa advocaut of Patent
Ifedlclnee, In general, It afford m pleasure indeaertba
bl to recommend your Peotoral Syrup. A a medicine
It 1 well worthy the attention of any person who mav la
any manner be afflicted with oootns, colds and hoarsenea
of any hind, and for th peculiar qualifications for re
moving all that disagreeable sensation attending a se-
I bare been, more or lea. In mv life, atrectad with th.
severest of cold and hoarseness. At Usee my throat
would become so olused as to nrevtnt my srieaklna abov
a whisper, and by taking a few dose of th shoe Syrup
I. wuuiu r.ua. M nHm.
In reoommendlne this medicine,! must nnhesltatinelv
tay that It la th beat remedy I ever found, purporting to
euro the above, nor should any family be without this
remeuy loruiseaaes ao prevalent.
Yours, most respectfully, ' ' '
EDWARD J. JONES, -
Cashier Citizen' Deposit Bank. '
8TiTjiwnua,0 Harch 14, 1HS9 '
' I have used Dr. Keyaer's Cough Syrup for a bad cough
of aeveral year Branding, and can cheerfully aay U I
th best medicine for Ihe same that I hav ever taken, -j
1. W. PRICK.
COL. PRATT AND DB. KITBEB'S PEOTORAL
BYBUP. Da. Katsam Dear Sir: Excuse the dela of
my acknowledging the excellence of your Pectoral Ooogh
6ra,wmm. A hh gm. PTOMre m saying IBK U M
all you say It ia. JtknocJaxltu twite out o myoovo
and th worst on I was aver afflicted with: I bar not
uaed more than one-hair ot t b bottle, and I can and do
wish that all who are afflicted wonld give It a fair a trial
a I have dona, and they will be proud to say, "It ai ao
quack aedioine." I would not suffer another auchaa
attack for any consideration, or at any ooet. I am con
fident I can breathe more freely than Iev.-r did. I ah.il
always acknowledge a debt of gratitude for inventing ao
excellent a remedy. To art at liberty to ow my nasne
id juu regaru, aa you mink proper Jt. V. PRATT, .
Messenger Common Council, PitUburub, Pa.
Plttaburen,Slay 1UI85K. .
N. B I am no stranger to my fellow-cltlsea.aod
who entertain doubt can consult me personally. ;
-:. : It- P.,
PrmatTioH, April 2i, 1857.
BEAD Till TRUTH. Da. Kavatat I aeve a daagk
ter who baa taken several medicine for a bad sough,
wlthoat benefit among tbea Ayer' Cherry Pectoral.
Ipnrcbaaad from you a bottle of your PECTOavAL
8YEOP, and before she had used half a bottle ah was
relieved. Tn second bottle cured her entirely of her
cough. JOHN DaRIN,
Robinson street, Alleghany. '
Prroeoaow, December, 31, 1853.
' A ORE AT CURB BT DH. KCVSJfH'a rufiTouir.
SYRUP. I live In Peebles township, Allegheny ooouly.
& oaa a oougaing nnu spilling, wnion commenoeu aooul
the 4th of February last, and continued tight nooth. I
employed th beat phyalclan In tha country, and my
cough oontlnued unabated until early In October. At
that time I wis advised to try your PECTORAL COUGH
8 V Wjp, which I did, and alter I had taken on boUl I
waa entirely free from the eouahin and snlttlne I hA
despaired of ever getting well, and I .Una It should be
known that tnis valuable reuedy will do for others what
It ha don In my caae. JOaN 0. LITTLE.
Witness B. M. Ktaa. ... Peebles townblp. f
' ParroaTr., April M,18CT.;
A WONDERFUL COR Subh ii uo. u .1
neighbor of mlo wa vary ill with a bad eunih which '
very on aoppoaed to be ooneumption - Hi relative
told me that he had u.an every remady thy heard af
without benefit: hi broib.r cam to sew h m die. and .11
were eonoimed tn thebeltf that bsaould ant Ilea. (
bad about ibe third of a bottle of your Peotoral Strap,
which 1 gav blm, and It entirely eared him. to tbe ainu
tahmeat of all Wlntt auto te ease mm remarfcabte,
la ih rztremt ago of the aan.h.brlngaiwut.t.ha years
old. I hav no doubt th Peotoral servo hi Ilia. -
SB. KEYSER'B PEOTORAL STRUT IN ELAIRIL.
V ILLS. Pleas send me another supply of vourvala-
abl Peotorai Syrup." almost tvoobody around na
has tbeoold and are inquiring for"Dr Keyser rectoral
Syrup." We hav St. Id sixteen bottles last week, and are
now entirely out. Mr. a. Alter and Mr. P. Maber, both
of Blalrsrl le, Pa , tell u they would aot Is without it
In their famille. In fact, all who aa It one want it
again. - Your, respectfully,
" waiTtWON SONS ,
January 30, 1600.
ANOTHEB NEW CERTIFICATE DR. KEVacua
PEOTORAL SYRUP. I had been troubled with a cough
and sold tor sereral wees ao bad era it that I oouM aot
leap. . 1 bad the ad Tic and prescriptions fro three of
tna belt physic lacs In the city, whom loould name, bat do
not do so. I finally procured a bottl of yoar Peotaral
Syrup, wbioh urd me entirely. Blrned.
- - J. W. BIMONTOlf,
S38 Liberty stroet, Pittsburgh, P., Jan. MtaJa, ;
to Keyser'son Wood street and get a baUktaf kiaOevgfa
PectoiaLud if that don't cur you, your eamuMb
desperate Indeed." Thi Is a specimen of th colloquy
one hears almost every day In oold catching period of
th year. And w can, from actual experiment, cheer
fully eoncur m th adviser's admonition a aba, for wo
aav tried Us "Peotoral." in a meat stubborn oas. with
entire success. Near two weeks ago we went to Pittsburgh,
with on of th moat distressing, contrary, aaMab, aa
ubduabl oough r ever txperlanced sloe our advent
upon this mundane sphere. ' W ooughod steadily and -laborloosly
for on who I week, sn hope of tirinUm,
but It wss no go. In fact It seemed rather to have im
proved by practle, and to hav acquired strenaih.poteo
cy and dUtrtuibiiitj by th operation, - In this etageof
the siege, we oou rbed our way to Keyaer's, 140 Wood St.
procured a Sfty cent bottl of th "Pectwal;' took it ,
ooordlog to directions, and In fortylght hour w war
master of th field, th enemy having unconditionally
urrtndered, af tar a brief but unequal eonfllot with ao
formidable an adversary as Keyser' famous "Oough
Peotoral." DrovntvilU Clipper, Dee. 14, 1859.
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