FRIDAY , EVENING, MARCH 1 , 1861
." The Adami ExpreM Company plaoes us daily
under obligaii. ja to it for the Tory latest paperi
Irom the eastern cities.
The American Express Company has our
thankifor its daily favors in the shape of the
very latest eastern papers. ,
- IETFessh Shad Just, received the first
Fsish Shad at C. A. Waones's.
Probate Codst Jurors. The following is the
panel of Jurors for the next Criminal Term of
the Probate Court, commencing on Tuesday,
March 5: Wm. Campbell, Blendon township,
' L. Hoster, Columbus; L. A. White, do.) 0. ?
Hints, do.; Wm. T. Amated, Jefferson; Wm.
W. Keys , Casper Miller, Montgomery;
Joseph Matthew, do.; Windsor Atebeson, do.;
Levi Biughmao, Plain; Gilbert Green, Truro;
R. Livingston, do.
-: "Look Oav Foi His."-Yesterday morning,
. as the Legislative Committee got out of the cars
at Newburgh. for the purpose of visiting the
Asylum, a gentleman wno,waswaiaiDg wnu vr
Sott, the respected chairman of the Committee!
ennuired of a bystander "Where is the Asv.
InmV Tho way was pointed out and the two
walked on. Hut tne person ot wnom toe inqui
ry had been made snouted lo another man. "i
say, they are taking that big man to the Asy
lum " "Yes." reclied the other, "I knew be
was orazy as soon as I saw his great white eyes
and all bis hair standing on end." "And I say,"
said the first, "look ont for blmt he's a deeper
' ate chap; It takes all those eight to handle him,
when he gets to going It." All of whioh was
good on our friend, the Dootor, and afforded
capital sport Ur tne rest oi me pariy. i
fund Ltadtr, Ftb. 2Gtft.
ID" Mr. Thomas Dobtn, the Postmaster at
, , HiUiard Station, was seriously injuria yester
day morning, by jumping from tho train on the
. C. P. & I. Road, which had slackened its speed
for the pnrnoao of letting him off. Mr. Dobtn,
by falling against a croes-Jie, bruised his bead
severely, and was rendered senseless for some
time. His condition was regarded as a danger
Court or Common Plias. Yesterday after
noon, in the case of Rankin v. Cowman, the
Jury rendered a verdict in favor of the plaintiff,
for two hundred and fifty dollars Carnages.
In the case of Vicuna Morrill r. Elijah
Glovir and others, being an aotlon to set aside
.1 !1I U.b.ii v A on1 A ,liA nlntntiff'
having obtstned a new trial, the re hearing was
foA lant avenln?. and conlinntd to-dav
PsasoNAL. -Hon. Liwis Cabs, daughter and
two grand-daughters, arrived at Cleveland, on
Wednesday evening, from Washington, and
left the next mornlne for Detroit. The veteran
lookedhale and hearty.
"Fiild Notes," published weekly in this city,
and edited by Col. S. D. Harris, with a "Home
Department" under the charge of Mrs. Francis
D. Gaoc, is one of the best agricultural ani
miscellaneous papers in the country.
ETTne regular spring session of the County
Commissioners will be held at the County Au
ditor's office, commencing on Monday next,
Matrimonial. Thirty-seven marriage li
censes were Issued from the Probate Court of
this county, during January, and thirty during
Arc all Min Equal. All men are equal in
natural rights but not in intsllect and invent
Ive genius. Thousands of Saieratus makers
have tried in vain to make a first rate article!
James Pjle has surpassed them all, and his Diet
etio Salaratns is the perfection oi the art. De
pot, 345 Washington Street, New York. Sold
by grocers everywhere
Arrivals and Departures of Mails.
Mails for Naw York City, Boston, Albany, Buffalo,
PltUburgh, Hteubenvillo way, Cleveland, Zanesvtllo,
Newark, (InnTllls, Washington City, Baltimore, Phila
delphia and Mew Orleans, clots daily (Sundays except
ed) at 7K o'clock p. m.
. A through mail for New York and uteveiana ioss
dally (Sundays excepted) at 1 o'olook p.m.
0. 0. A 0. B. K. way atalloloses daily (Bandaya ex
cepted) at 1 o'clock p. m.
Central Ohio Way Mall closes daily (Sundays excepted)
at 1 o'clock p. m.
Olnolnnatl way Mail oloees dally (Sundays excepted) at
1 o'clock p. m.
Chicago, Dubuque, Delaware, Marion and Worthing
ton Mall cloeee dally (Sunday! excepted) at 1 o'clock
Mailt for Xenia, Springfield, Dayton, Toledo, Olnoln
natl, Indianapolis, Louisville, Bt. Louie, and Detroit,
closes dally (Sundays excepted) at7X p. m.
A through mall to Xenia, Springfield and Cincinnati
closes dally (Sundays excepted) at 1 o'clock p. m.
Urban, Plqua, Tiffin and Union City mall oloees daily
'(.Sundays exoepted) at 7X o'clock p m.
Lancaster, Logan, Nelsonvllle, Olrcleville, Ohllltcothe,
Porttmouth, Wellington, C.U., Athene, Marietta aed
Ullltborouth, mailt oiote daily (Sundays exoepted) at 1
East way Mall by National Boad to Zenesvllle, eloeet
dally (Sundays excepted) at 11 o'clock a.m.
Harrlsburgb Mailt clote dally (duadaya exoepted) at 1
Mt. Vernon Mail, by way of Weitervllle ani Bunbnry,
.1 - J -1 1 I J .. .. .i .. ... a v.. tut . , 1 LAnb M. .
filim. (Ull, .UUUaJ vpw.. . a. w warn ... w.
Dublin Mall olotet dally(sundayi exsepUd)at 1 o'olock
p. m. -
mail ixom new xora. oww, ruiiauciiiuva, Miumuj.
Fttubnrgh, Olaveland, Dayton, Toledo, Xenle, Detroit,
Springfield, Cincinnati, Ohlllicothe. Bt. Louis, and all
Southern eltlee, arrlv between the hours ot 8 o'olock p.
m. and 4 o'clock a. m-
Mailt from Indianapolis, Chicago and Dubuque, arrive
at 3.40 a. m.
Mailt from Washington City, Baltimore, Wheeling,
Zanerrllle, Newark, BteubenTllle, Mt. Vernon, and the
0. 0. B. R. way Mall, arrlv at SX o'clock p. m.
Way Mali from Cinoinnati, arrlv at iH. o'olock p. m.
Lancaster Mall arrives at 3H o'clock p. m.
East Way Mall over the National Boad, arrive at II
o'clock a m. --,. t .
Mt. Vernon way Mall arrive at 11:00 a. m. ...
Mall from Dublin arrives at 8 o'olock p. m.
Crbana Way Mall arrives at 8 o'clock p.m.
. HarrlsbU'gh Mall arrives at 11 o'eloek a. m.
Office delivery onen ever da (excel t Sunday,) from
"H 'olook a. m. to S o'clock p. m. Open on Sundays
from 1 to 9 o'clock in the morning, and from S to 6 In
JOSEPH DOWDALL, P.
Rail Road Time Table.
Lime Muni At 0loho Xnu R. R,
Accommodation 6.10 A. M.
r, No.SBx S.30F.M.
Night Kxprets 11.45 A.M.
I.1S t. M
2 SOP. M.
9.45 A. M
QLKVtXAirD, UOLOHBOB VIKOIIIUTI St.. n.
v .. Express and Mall. 3.00 P.M.
... , Nl.ht M.nnMa 3:tt5 A. M.
'OtxTeAiOHioB- K, v ,. .
Kxpreet Tralu.. .... 3.00 .. M .
v .. Malt Train...... 8.40 F. M.
Prrrteoxan, OoLOMtut Cincismati R. B
BxnrMiTraln , ,3:00 A.M..
Mall Train..... 9.41) P.M.
Cotnnaoe iKDunaroue R. B.
' Oolumbut, Plqua a Indiana B. B.
Bxpreet Train.. , 8:10 A. M
i.uv Brl liu. 8; 45 P.M.
i 30 A.M.
8 MP. U,
9.M P. M
80 P. M
11:10 A. M
IlfTIRISTlNQ. If housckenra reallv nndw,
stood the great differeno that exists bet wean
different brands o( Saleratna, as to quality,
Durltv. and consequent reliability and healthful.
ness. thev would cot lone be without tha hat
that la manufactured. Dc Land ft Ca' Sale
ratna costs von no more than any or the Inferior
articles which are In market. He Is slng a
new process of refining Saieratus, by Which all
impurities are removed. This process Is In ate
"at no other establishment In this country. Th.
quality of the Saleratna produced by this pro
cess Is vorv suoerlor. and It Is fast beoomlna very
popular with Intelligent housewives. Ds Land
& Co.'s Saieratus is for sale by moat grocers and
storekeepers. Manufactured and for sale at
wholesale, at Falrnort. Monroe eoantv. New
York. The prlnolpal grocers also wholesale.lt.
O See advertisement Of FrOf.' Miu.n'1
uair lutigorator in another column.
Twelve Reasons You Should Go to No. 121,
South High Street.
Beoause yon ean buy the best Clothing there
Beoause you oan purchase without bantering
Because you oan buy cheaper than at any oth
er Store. '
Because you oan buy better made garments
Beoause you can certainly expeot fair and hon
Because you oan trade pleasantly and without
vexation. I'J ' v.
Beoause you oan find a better assortment of
Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings.
Beoause you can get your Clothing out by an
experienced and fashionable cutter.
Beoause you oan buy more 'and better goods
for the same amuont of money.
Beoause you can buy at Clark's New York
Clothing Store, No. 131 South High Street.
Because everybody goes there.
Who will suffer from Foul Humors. Sores, or
Disease of the Skin, when such certain remldiea
as MoLean's Strenotaino Cordial and Blood
Potuvier, and McLean's Volcanic Oil Lini
ment can be so easily obtained. The Cordial
will pnrlfy the blood thorougbly, and the Linl
ment will cure any sore. See the advertise
Guernsey's Balm Will, as certainly as yon
apply it, cure Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Ague lu
the Breast, Burns, Scalds, Fresh Wounds of any
description, Bites of venomous Reptiles and In
sects, Salt Rheum, &o. Price S5o. a bottlo. 1
WEEKLY OHIO STATESMAN
HAVING A CIRCULATION '-'':
TjABQEB BY HETXRAX THOUSANDS
Than any other paper In Ohio, ontalde of Cincinnati
Offers Facilities for Advertising
. Which CANNOT FAIL to bring
Speedy 'and Remunerative He turn
To those who take advantage of them. '
THUS WEEKLY STATESMAN
Distributed at It Is through every Fott Office In Ohio,
Reaches a Large Class of Headers
Whose patronage la valuable, and who seldom tee the
Daily Editions of city journals; and as only
A limited Kumber of Advertisements
Are inter ted In Its columns, appoprlately and
TDtT CANNOT fait TO l
or ALL I
Advertising In the WEEKLY STATESMAN will flu
It advantagoui in 1
THE INCREASE OF TRADE
Which is almost certain to follow an extensive dlitemlo
atlon of a knowledge of their butlneas
AMOSQ COUSTEY DEALERS!
ADVXBTISEMINTS INTENDED VOR
The Weekly Statesman
Should be handed In before Vrlday noon.
JAB. H. M'KIB.
WM. H. RESTIKAUZ.
M'KEE & RESTIEAUX,
No. 34 Nrth Hlfb Street,
: ' OOLUMBUB, OHIO,
XT ATE Olf HAND AT WHOLESATE
an nrau, tin is I- BlAfLB UKOUKBIKS,
ILOUB, SALT, TEA. COrfKE, SUGAR, TOBAOOO,
BKQAR8, Kto , Etc. Our Stock hat been purchased In
Saltern Cities daring the Panic,
FOR OAS II,
and oor main endeavor will be to offer Inducement! to
LASH BUYERS which are not exoeled by any Houte In
THE STJBSCRIBEH9, DEALING lit
as Staple Articlet will fnraltb employment to
few aottv men to aot at agent for their houte. A
prefereno will be riven to those who are well acquaint
ed In the dlitrlnt for which they apply.-.
lor which services they art willing to pay a satary
of from - ,
$600 to $800 par year, and Ixpenses.
for further particulars address
W. B. MOREHOUSE It CO, .
' 3 and S, Exchange Place,
JanM dta. JerseylOlty, N. J.
CITY BANK OF COLUMBUS.
THE FOLLOWING CHANGES WERE
made In the the officers of thle Bank, January 89th,
1861, to wit: Wm. A. Piatt, ret I dent, and Taoaus
Moooie, Cahler, reelrned their office. David Tavaea,
iq., we theo loted Pretldent and W. A. Ptarr d-
bt order or th Board or Plrtetor.
febS, mi-itt. W. A. PL ATT, Cashier.
Alexandre's Kid Gloves.
PLAIN AND EmBBOIDERED, PIOUS
QCETAIB1 aad regulnrahepe Black Kid Olovtt
embroidered In white, mattnta. purple, Ao. ULdretted
KidQIove. Mine Rid Qlovet. A eomplet atsorUnent
of theie celebrated Glovei always for sale by
' j . BAIN BON, '
febS9 ' No. 89 South High street.1
THE LITTLE RHAltll & COLUMOU"
St Xenia R. R. Newtboy would be pleaeed to inform
th publlo that the Cincinnati Evening Timet it received
regularly svery day, at 3 30 and 15, P. 11. Persons
can procui them by calling on
feb. It dlw d. h. , Deif Mule.
Laces and Embroideries,
VALENCIENES, MALTESE oV POINT
Laoe Collar, and belt,. French, Pmher end Thread
Lac Velli, (new pattern, ) Valenclenee, Thread and
Point Laoee, Embroidered Collar, Sett, Trlmmlnin and
Skirt t, Lao Barbel and Colffjrei, Plain Linen Collar,,
netr ana van,, smoroiaerea uonar ana uuu, tn setts.
. i i ' BAIN Ac BON,
febSS... . f , No. 80. South High Street J
J0H3I H WBZZLXB,
AGENT FOR HOITIE, CONTINENTAL,
UawnaTTaM, Bkobitv, and Irvin Vis Irs. Co.'
new iorzs mnvnaRTe' and Oitv Fir or lURTrut
Niw Yors Lira and Oorr. ajotval Lirt.
Office, st Illtrh Mt.. Savaia't Hi
Gent3' Linen Shirt Collars, ,;
BOTE, Bunding, Byron, Perelrnay, Benfrew and
other new shspe. Hemmed Pooktt Handkernht.ri. k
Tie. Btookt) Btret and Evening Glovee, Half Hoee of
every aura, unaeruanoeait ana ail una or Vent' fur
naming uoeat in gre variety ana at numerate prloe.
nain ex bum, I
fib .' . No. 89 South High ttreet.t
Pin Kanaeter, ' ,
lour Aoes, (extra) ' '.
American Shag, ' .
Bird's Sy, (TJnton)
in packages: also, Kenluolry An cat la barrel and half
nar re is, in stor ana lor eel by
. ..r, ,. - j AtcnKBtBETIBATJZ,
febll , 34, Btateeman Balldlng.
TIIE SIJHNr'RITinU nDiinnit nr
X cloeln ud hi. ali .-i.. . AM vM&a .k...
all pereone havlna- anuattu uuh.i. n -i 1... .m
'"null attention. ...
"""" ' " 1 t. BATlt.
J o. iroopi.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 28.
Mr. King presented a number of petition e lined
several thoutand penont. In favor of tht OoniUtutlon
at it is. and the enforcement of the lawt.
Sir. Potter preiented several petition, in favor of th
bordtr State retolutlont.
air. Lane reper ted from the committee tot conference
on the Oregon war debt bill, that the Senate egret to the
noun amennmeni. wiin an ameodm.nl makina tne.
uiuuu.jmm wx,iuu,vw, ana allowing in Auaitor to re-
oetve additional evidence in Mffard tn annnilM fnrnldiad.
to., and that the secretary of the Treaiury be authorised
io pay me claimant. In thebondtol the United State,.
The report wtt agreed to.
in, roil umce ADnronrlellAn Mil waa fatren un.
The amendment of the oommlttee on Finance belna
nndnr consideration, by content, Mr. Crittenden, from th
select committee on the proposition adoptel by the Peace
Oonvet.ti,n, offered a report lecommendiug the adop
v. his. ,v.u.luu.
Air. Seward aald tha Senator from Tlllnoli. Mr. Tram.
bull, end hlmeelf, formed a minority on that oommlttee,
end wilted to unmit ae a ubtitut a minority report,
but the majority decided that It wa not competent to
he asked leave to tubmlt a Joint reeolutlon in bit own
n irae, in which the Senator from Illlnola concurred,
"Wheren. the inlll.tmn f Kentnnlrv. Tlllnol. anil
T J . .... '
new jorey nave applied to uongrett to Onlia Conven.
tlon for p ropotlng ameudmenti to the Constitution, there
JReiolvtd, That tha ether States be Invited to tak
me euigectinto oomldtratlon, and txprete their will up
vu uie iudicgi w vonarmaa. in Diir.ii.nn. nr tn. flitn .rti.
cle of the Uonttitutlon.
Air. lialt objected to th oontlderatlon oi th report
Sir. Doollttle aald that It wa a ml.i.Va that W
tin had tent deleeatet to th Oonventlon. He hid
proviso, which, at the proper time, he ihould otter to the
flnt section of the amendment proposed by the Oonven
tlon, providing that thlt section thall lake effect, on th
CXpieiS COOdl. Ion that no State, nr anv n.rt Ihwrmnr
heretofore admitted or hereafter to be admitted thall bav
power to withdraw from the United State,, and thai tho
Constitution be lb tuorem law of the land.
contained In oy ooLitltuuon or ordinance of any tit at
va auvgiiiaiurv w fcuoQooimrj noiwimiutDuinge
The report and amendments and .l..t
vrueroo to o printed ana tela over.
nr. xrumouii preiented tUe credentials of Mr. Lane,
Benator-eltct from Indiana.
Mr. Trumbull reported from the commute appointed
. mui, uu u. riBiiuent ana vice rreildent elect. Mr.
Lincoln said: With deen uratltnrte
tor tneir mara or conDdence, and with gieat dlttruit of
imjr iu uutiorui toe auty, even in luvoreble o r-
cumitancei, now rendered doubly difficult b the ex it-
naiiouai peril, nut with Brm rolianoe on the ittenirth
ft, flu. .... . ....... . .
. vu. tuTcruuj.QH ana tne ultimate loyalty or the
people to the luit urinclnlee on whlrh it I. fnrm.H .nj
above all, with unahaken.faith in the tupreme Ruler of
w.p un. iruai, ana inaii ne pleated to Ha-
nifv mv lH.nl.niu , In. . . i . n V
v iu .u ta..uiite .oouaet or von
Mr. Hamlin aald: Pleaie commnnlcat to the two
noutet of Oongreu my acceptance of the trutt oonflded
In me by a generom people, ant, while the poiitlon.wn
neither lougbt nor deilred, I untruly grateful for the
confidence repoeed In me, and am deeply temlule of the
obligation Imposed. It ihall be my earneat effort to dii
chtrge my duty In such a manner es tball lubserr the
luteret is of the whole country.
Mr. Wllion offered an amendment to th Poitoffioe
u tiiniiKiug mo nutierneia route, end providing for I
mall by the central route to California ena th Pony Ex
prets, for 11,150,000.
One o clock arrived, A dltcuulou alote whether the
"j"" "cci committee wee in order.
Metart. Hale and Penenden argued agalntt It.
The reBOlUtlOna Wtlia twlran nnhc. n n no
Mr. Hale objected to their going to a third reading, and
SIwer n"d" a 'Pcclal orderat 12:30 to-morrow, it
The Benat returned the consideration of the poit office
Mr. Wllion'i amendment wae .rlnnt.t 91 .n.in. in
On motion of Mr. Owin, the amendment waa reduced
iiT o u uu" y vote 01 i ag&inet 14.
.ML8enltf 1 hj 4 T0,e ot S5 BlDt 3 tront lots ex
The poet office bill wit returned, and th amendment
U'. A"er further coniideratlon theblllpajsed.
Th bill relative to the dlitributlon of bookt, reporti
of the Bupreme Court. Ac, passed.
A bill, donating land In Minneiula and Oreion for
Knooi purposes, passed.
Several tirlvaia 1.111. . a ...
.nB . . ..... ..v,. i.nU) ftUj lnc reuaie eu
The report of the Committee of 33 wa temporarily
On motion of Mr. flnlf.
Senate a amendments to the Lit 1 Hopping the mailt In the
The report of the OommittM nf PAnfAMitM M. u. ai
agreeing tote on (be Oregon ana Washington war debt.
vnivuinu ISA 1
Mr. Morrta renerted a lolnt Mirilui tnn arriAtn linn at
committee to make equitable settlement with William H.
awn on accouni oi tne auiirncllon of the Indian fundi.
Bejected 10 agalntt 134.
Mr. Washburn, of Illlnnl.. frr.m lU.nn.ln.. i.
form Menre, Lincoln and Hamlin of their election, i
ported In similar terms as Mr. Trumbull In the Ben-
Several hour, were oonnimed en tha R.n.i'. t
ameudmenti to th civil and mlacellaneouiapproprlatioo
Mt. Stanton Ineffectually endeavored to have th vol-
Bwor ihii wen up Adjourned. r. '.. '
WASHINGTON, March 1.
can olub of SyracuM for the Union and against compro
mise; alto, a number of otherpetitloni of th tame char-
Meatre. TenErekan T-mmhnif nM.,i r...Hi
for union and constitution aa It la. ana . .nrn,Mn,..i
ottheiawt. ' , ' ,
Mr. Bleler nreaanied a l.rmi n
favor of th Crittenden resolution.
Mr. Wilkinson presented a Urg number of petitions
for tht Union and tgalnet compromise with the rebelli
ous States, or any extension of ilarery. Alto, a petition
for the relief of Kansas. ,
Mr. Crittenden presented petttiont from cltlient of
several Statei asking for measure, of peace, and lb nr
servstlon of the Union.
Several private .bills were picsed.
Hr. Phelps, frcm the Commute of Way and Means,
reported a bill, which wae paated,regultlng th vain of
tha new sllrer coin of Austria in Out torn Houte compu
tation at 40 19-100.
Mr. Wa.hbnroe. of III., moved tn emhuin. th. ...
mltte of thirtylhre till 4th of July.
The Speaker said the tubject would aot com up for an
hour. . , . ,
Tbe Home eonalitertrl thm R.n.t.'. .n,.i,Jn...i.
the army bill, ,
WiiTtiKoTox. Feb. 88. Th eeleot eonnlttM af Am
the President'! special message, in their report on the
general tubject, argu agalnat th decline of seoeilon
arreitt, tbe duty of oentrallalng thepowertof th Govern
ment to enforce theltwiovtr every part of the country
with military, if civil authority it Insufficient, Mttirt.
Coohrane aodjiranoh dissent. . ..
Oen. Twiggt, nam ha been tricken from th army
roll a, a coward and traitor.
Theteleot committee on th ahatraftlnn nrhnnv. k.
menben of Oongreee, report that they regard th entire
The publlo builnest Is In a greater itatt of forwardness
than heretofore towards the eloae of Oongrete. Several
the general appropriation bills only are pendlnd on
The President hat approved th Wit establishing a ter
ritorial government In Colorado, looluding flke'e Peak.
It tllent on tlavery. Mr. Crittenden had an Interview
with Mr. Llnoeln, to-day, alto several Republican Sen
tore and other
Gov, Hlcki.of Maryland, It making eeraait efforti for
Cabinet appointment for Henry Winter Davis.
Jihu Bell deniee the reoort that he lud ha.. ntrtrtA .
seat in the Cabinet, or that h deaires on
Th, appointment of Senator Ohase to the Treeenrv De.
ptrtmeni waa settled list night. Cameron It offered tbe
nar Department neimer nave decided yet to tcoept. '
Capt. Pope, of th Suited Statei Army, one of Mr.
Llneola'i trarellln, mite, la to ba tnnrUmartl.ini fnr
speaking disrespectfully of fretldeot Buchanan tn a lec
ture) on fortincatlona, delivered by him recently at Cin
cinnati. The correspondence on th Bias of the War Department
shows conclusively that Gov. Houston wae greatly inetru
mental in inducing Twljga to surrender tbe Government
property tu Teste.
Th court martial on Oiptaln Pop Is to eonven at
Newport, Ky. MaJ. I 8. Lee Is to be Judge advocate,
and Capt. Haiard, alia on of Lincoln's travelling mite,
member. Much Indlgnattbn la expreated here con
cerning Government proceedlngi in ihii affair. It la
rumorea mat secretary Holt la not responsible for them.
Flag offlotr Montgomery, of the Paolflo squadron,
writes to the Department that th Saranao had returned
irom an aniuoceestae.search for tht tloop of war Le
vant. TTa, hart knn. Vn. kan ... XD I
wvm mMiym av. HI H U . A UV T,JVHJ1U,
alto sent In search, hid not yet returned. - Th War
Department yesterday received a despatch from MaJ.
Acderaon. He baa not been elck. He lavtthe work
continue on thebemb-pr-o! battery at Cummlngt Point,
out oe eouio, witn tne gnnt or sort Sumter, a weep the
wnoie awaj in lew moment.
U. . Stock, have idvenoed ). percent. ' i
Kx Senator Blldell telet raphs to bit femllv to remain
here. It is supposed he It on bis way hither to make
arrangements to go to Paris, aa th M In liter of the
southern Confederacy. . - r , . i ' i
The court or inquiry hat ordered a eourt-marllal In
in case oi uapt. Armttrenc. for turrenderlnu lb Pen
Xetterdiy, Mr. Lincoln dlntd with Mr. Boanldlc.
member from Buffalo District, tn com oan v with General
bcoii, uoverTJorunas, uov. Reward, bete, or Mlatourl,
and tome twenty other notable '
Advice from Charleston ttat that th floating battery
wae launched on Monday, and the Dahlgre guna were
nouny expeoien. jiii troops on iuriougn were o'dered
ro reinrn oy vredscsaay. . .
BtcrtKoKD. Jeb. C8. In tha Convenllon tn-it.
hhii uaue a opeecn in rarer or lmmeaiat eeceiiton
aenouncing tne result of th Peao Convention. '
mr. uajiorcommenoedaUnlonipeech. '
Adjourned. , i - , , , . , , , !
MaJ . Q royne, of th army, was kurlsd to-day i ' -
HatailSUta, Feb. 88.' The Ren.l. tn-il. naaM.1 a
oiu oommuuDg me iuunage tax on the ."ennsyiyanta Halt
roaany un iu, .
The Bunbnry mt Krie bill peed finally by 15 to fl.
The Senate anted to adlonrn on th. I9.,h nf ll.n,h.
WaMtKOToH. If. 0 feb. S8. Three nreotnett In Sew
tianover give ooi majority ror convention! otber re-
clncti will Increae th majority. Seoeuion candidal
are eleoted by on tnoutaoa majority. Brunewielc kae
gone tor Moseeion. Tore prtoinot m puplln gtr417
H."a..j i.i HIII..IIWII nu..,n . W U, I
for secession. , Wis county, inoluding Ralelga, gives
i.weior upion.r snt majority againai in uonrsntlon
W nf k . iv -1
Murders by the Indians.
n r w.k oo rv. A l. . . .
o . . w -.wii wrrtnpvauvuf ui
in atptuHtaam says, wm tu uaj aiter tn attack oa to
overland mall ai appaon pete, me inotan tppaared at
the ttatton In large number, and hoisted a whit flae,
Oharlee W. Culver, nation keeper. Mr Wakhhtaaa.
ilUnl,and Jane P. Wallao. driver, went eat t hold
a conference, when th Indian attempted t telu them.
Culver wa wounded, Welsh waa thoc dead, and Wallao
captured. John A vTaid wa alto wounded. A. B.
Culver, brother of th murdered man, who rodeexpree
to Tucson, to tire information to th itate of attain.
and procnr asilitance, report finding, s thort dlstanoe
rrom tne nation, tbe remain, oi a wagon train, and th
bo ile of eight men murdered by th Indian,. Two
bodiet were chtlned to a wagon, and preeented the an
pearano of having been burned at the etake. Th, nam
of th men are not mentioned. Th road wi obstructed
with rock a distance of two miles. -
St. Lodu. Feb. S8, Dlioetchei to the Ikmotrat sav
th State Convention met In Jefferton city, at 11 o'olock
this morning. Jodee orr called tn convention to or
der. Judge Hamilton K. Gambia, of Bt, Louis, tu
looted temoorary Chairman) and J. L. Manor of Col
temporary Beorotary. - Oommlttee on Cedentlale and
permanent organisation were appointed, when, It being
found that only seventy fir member were present,
th oonventlon dj inrnra till JV o'oiocx to morrow.
Alter a permanent orgaolaallon t effected, the oonven
tlon will orobably aruoarn to at. iouta, in atercanut
iiioiary uatl being lenaerea lor w purpo J
The newe of the adloarnment of th Pae Conference.
and th passage of Oorwm' propoiIUoni, produced
Dieaiani etrect on tn memners.
Kx-G iv. sterling Pric will probably b permanent
rreaioeni. ,,.,-,. j
BicsitoND.Ta.. Feb. 88 Uetsn. Tyler and Seddon
were serenaded to-nliht. Both eook. Mr. Tvler de
nounced th result of th Conference at a worthier, f.
fair, and said ihe South had nothing to hope from the
uepunucana. seddon said it w.t a oeioaioa a sham,
an Inauit and an offence to th South. Lieut. Honttsue
made a leceulott speech. TU teceitlon fee Leg it lu-
CiKilfATi. Feb. 28. TheOlty Oonncll last nleht
adopted unanimously a resolution expreasing eonfideuc
in tne patriotism and amiry or Hon. Jonn J. unttenden,
regrettinic the dot of bis publlo career, aad Invltlnr him
ss be returns horn to ecoept the hospitalities of thlt
city, ana aadret our ouiisu. a retoiutiunwa- alio
adopted extending th Bane invitation to lion. Andrew
Oaaso BariDt. lilch, Feb. S'. Daniel Barber, tax
collector, wae found murdered In the highway, near Lap
hamvllla In tblt county, terlv thlt morning. He Is lup
Eosea to nav nan a conttacraoie tmount or money witn
Im, which la mining. No clue to the murderer.
PnovlttNCI.fi. I . March 1 Tho House refused bv
tie vote to lustruct the Senators and request the Beure
entatlvet In Congreis to vote for the proportion of
the Peace Oongreu. ,
RaLtioH, N C. . Feb. 88. For Union ticket. 712: for
secession, 61; for convention, SSo; against 510.
Partial roturai from otber precincts ibotr a similar re
sult. PHiiantuuii. Feb 38,r . nnntn.t thi. P. v.
Steam Fir Bngln of thfs olty was victorious over s New
York machine by 33 feet.
Nonrotx. Feb. 88. Lieut. Maiden of cutler Dobbin.
bit resigned.' He goe south If accepted.
KNAPP & CO.'S
From and after thU data we shall
REDUCE THE FRIGE
OF OUR WINTER GOODS
TWENTY WE : PER CENT,
IN OBDIS TO atSKB 1001 FOB OCa
i . .. .leu, . .
Our ' assortment' is still 'goodj j
i , and it is known to every j
' - ,'' 'o ill V- .'rti
one that our
.. 1 1
FIRST CLASS GOODS.
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL,
SO .DO NOT FORGET THE ,
CA- :l CHEAP STORE OK ' Ci
z nap p , & oo;,
' NO. U9
SOUTH HIGH STREET,
, , 6 M 1 o .
6 Tons of Featiaeri and 50. Too of
,.' Itag- Wantsd. .,"
v v ( - i.i , .ill n. ., i . i i
oct25-Sawd.lAtw-6at !'. : ! . i' ,
t - -j
tf rom th N i ork Observer. 1
-' 7 (1
As all parties manufecturtne Bewine Machines ara nh.
Hied lopsy Mr. Howe a license on each machine a. Id.
and an a to compelled to make returns to him, under
oath, as to th number aold, hi books give a correct state
ment. Irom this reliable aouro we bav obtained tbe
following statistics. Of th machinal mad in th year
19S,therwer.old,.. , . , -i I
. By Wheeler At Wilson..... 81,305 . !
I. M. Singer a Oo 10,851
Grover A Baker.... ........ .10,l0 K
Showing th sale of Wheeler A Wilson to ba AwM
thoa of any other Oompany." , ,. ,
Awarded th highest pretslum at the J
- United State fair of 186S, 16i and I860; -
. also at the ,
Ohio Stat Pair of 1BS9 and 180S;
and at nearly all th County lair In th But. '
Our prices, at the late reduction, nr. at iota am nn.t
lock sffcA machine now sold, and bat tilfle higher than
tne iniertsr rae mtww vniiwa, en eaaOAine'S,, DOW
forced uoon the market.
The WHIILBB Ac WTt80N MAOHEHI makee ihe
Loci btich tne only on which cannot be raveled. It
Is Alixb on Both Sinxsof the goods, leaving no ridot or
akainonlio mdr.tid4. . . n" ,
AU masMnt rarttttd S ssor, tmol itutrwMon
given in meir use, tree ot euara. , ,
, , , , , H. CHARY, bl High St., Oo!utnbat,0.
WM. BUMNBB At CO., ;
t, dec3-Sawd3mfcw6ni Pike's Opera Hoa, GiMkuatl.
Dliiolution of Co-p&rtnersWp.
fTtHB Finn or J., 11. bitiith cd.
jt, MHisaayaiHoivea nymmuai consent. ' ,
. ,V, ,i J. H. SMITH.
A. 0. MU8H
awlj . i . t .... '. 'i l, 11,-iv,
Columbus Retail Market.
FRIDAY, March. 1. 1861.
Th followin are the retail onotattnn. n,M.,Mi k.
McKe At Besrieux, wholesale and retail rocert. No. W
Btateeman Building: ' .
. Si wN 0. Sugar
vaie T OW ...... ,.,2ieKM
Corn1 ou. S3,
Maple do.. fretKic
Molasses gal 4tXB50e
Batter A ..lOSltc
Byrnp gal W7S
Lard a. IS
Tea 9 B....SUo.,75e.tl UU
Yeddo Tea.. SI K
Tallow a... ft.0rl
Driod Applet t ba..75l(Xi
Dried r'eachei....8 7.V33 On
Bioe Bw ' An
Whit Beant t bu..7510U!
Bait In tack
Bait t bbl......
Hams ft 1,
!M 30c! Broome (i dn...l 00
.IWVlllaj f ton $7 CI)
91,1a soap (POX) f. WKic
... au is
flour 9 bbl S5 9SCSW
White Wheat do $Sm wi
itye Flour at bbl... ft OU
Bait Pork cwt..
uantl ee.Tallow.tar. lUKa
Wood V oord...
3 85 Oandles, Opal, box. .' IU
tUoeese T lutstito
Mackerel No 1 qr bbl SJ Applet ba 4UuA75c
Mackerel No 1 kite.. 1 W, tlonuny per buah SI 10
White Fish per h'f bbl i OU: Whisky per. gall SV
Cod Fitb S, 7c
ttalalni, M R. Box..,. 3 CO
" ! Layer ' ....3 00
Barring V bbl 18 00
Buckwheat flour per ft, 2Hc
Corn Meal bu.... 33
" Bultan f 120
Flge 9 UK IS
Bnt do Ilk
rrunet s ecaioo
FtOUR sales at Mt OomaS tn, ,l .n mi orsis en
. . " - V. .S-Vr. u
WHcar lillgt demand active at CI
Coaii Messrs J At L Zettier hare boutrht durinw
tbe list week 3.350 btuh. at SSo
,and iblpped 3,000 bush.
OaTs In gnod demand all 8(SiI0c.
Bv very little told quoted at 50s.
Ctovaa 9irn small lit, aold at S3 75.
PuTATOX-1 .aire at 3ll(2ffi23n nn-nMlIni tn 1.Im4 ..4
HaV sales dull at 18317 th. I. it.. r.
New York Market.
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
NEW YORK, March 1.
FLOUR fecelntaM7 3UI,h1.. m.-L.. t.u ,
favor of buyer. i sales of S.IMIO bbl at 99,1035 IS .for
upciimo ci.ic, 9j iviau ou rorexfa I'at Si vo 55 45
for common to med.nm extra western; 15 4035 JO for
shipping brands txtra Bound (Toon Oh in r.n.,iu. .,.
iS - "i"ui " win at S,S5S8.7J
ma .vu n. aieaay bi ma ouj.4 lit
WI1SAT KecelDis S .7fc3 rlu 1 whlln n-tn. ni....
material onange; tale of kJ.OOd bush bo. I Chiaairo
S?rlKgMtJ.i!0'n-''rm V,ten Club 1 83; Milwaukee
BYE firmer; satos of 1.309 bush nl 07070.
Vunnrice nuiM .I11H1 marlraf nr:l,A,.a a .
change; sales of 3i 1)00 buib t0 ifl7Jo for old mixed
"'" "ireiiauoiivereu; ojigjuufor new do at rail
State em Can")l,D Dd
. Tt j j..n .i ai i ami .
PORK quiet and unchanged. 100 Lbla at fli7 3.'. fnr
wnmam. ....t a . .1 rji ... , "
BEEP dull and unchanged.
9UI METo-flrm; ealea !.,2S for packing!.
LAUD OUlet and stead.: ..I... r.t qiu i.m. n.,.
"- 9 v iui uriiuv
-In lair requcit, 1014c for Ohio, lllOo
CHEESE steady a'. 910!c.
t, uicri urra witn an active dman.i. - -..i.
SSS r''1"1'' 175 hnd' Cobs at iy,c
WOLASSBd-dull but unchanged.
BTO0K8-less ectiveand ln..,h. u.. .
change. Nothing new. Ohio A B I 01; 0 Ac T 37' 1 0
u,,P,8n2.!,M8quot"1 ,U,: PaoMall e8l; Krle' 35j
Harl 10X: Llcrosae A Mil IT 8 S3 im m. V ,!o
91X; Keg Ittered treasury la't 103'i; TennVt 77 'llo'
'l9X; Va80,; Osl7's87. "nn " "
Pr.OnR-itIeii active than yesterday sost-rday and
dullnesi It the universal report, but nocbange:Vie re
ported In prices. .
WHKAT-waa not taken quite so readily to day.
Holdera are yery firm however, In thlr figures. . '
CORNn the ear has few purchasers at 34e. Shelled
Is nr t muob sought for st 3j30o.
WitliT.!?!? Ui,1"r to.tUy 87c an1 0Ble no"'"
f.'Jf hlgh" ",lce "thout eucceu.
W HISKY waa advanced to day to ISlo.
,,Ihe trid.e " U" two d,, ,n P'oVtalona, hai given
the market much greater ttrength and placed holde re f
ttun-lnapoHtlonofreiervethat ha. tome effest e into,
ex entof transaotlons. Th.r. were large salesbacon!
bulk meat and meat pork latt evening and to day; the
largest proportion of It for shipment to th. South Mese
l?Jltbllush."' Btcon 7MJ.and bulk meat 6
8. These fljuret area fair quotation of tbe present
working condition of the market, 300 tiercel and barrels
of Lard wr nld at 9nt. Noanilety to It mani
Cin Com. March 1st.
FLOCK remain quiet with th usual email itlet to
the trad. A lotof red dsuble extra aold at 15,12 k.
WHSAT-steady. with a fair mlllinv demand. Balei
redatl,07il car do at 11,00, and 1 ear white
OORIfl-dullatS,(838o.' - ' -OATS
dull at SSo. -,,
BARLKY-staadj ,t gStSOS for fair by prist.' -'V
BY I quotable at 50(S55c.
HIOHWINBS-tteady at 15.
8EBDS 0 lover is stead .r .4 nn uin . ..t..
Timothy It icarce and worth 8,952,40.
ncVoVf;,,;? m io,""ta"e' '
,KQ08 sales at 10W($11e. . , ' . , " :
' OHIIiaV-qohtatSMe. - - u ?
NEWARK MACHINE WORKS,
. s KIWAHKOHIO, i '
mannfacinrora of all kind of Por
table and Ntatloaary Htenm En
glats, saw mills, urlat Alilla,
LAM BOSLStStatml B. F. BLAST) TBtattnl
J. dJ. B DUTAIL BtHmltl COLUMBUS
ilACBIXXCQ Btatenlltt BRADfORD ,
4 CO. BioUl!ll! t !
Oar Forubls Soglni and Saw Mill '
Was swarded the first premium of (SO at th Indiana
Stat fair for 1CC0 over Lane A Bodley's on account of
Price, lightness, simplicity, economy of fuel
and superior character of lumber sawed. ;
Our Stationary Engine was awarded at th same Fair
the flnt oremiam of 1'iUO.
Our Portable Engine wa awardrd the flnt premium of
iuu ti in rair at mempnia, Tenn., over Blandy't Da
vall's, Oolumbus Machin Go's., and Bradford At Co'.,
by a committee or practical natiroaa Knginters, ,
forprice and teimstdd rest , . ' .
W1LLABD WARNER, Treasnrer, '
decS-dhwlyeolt. Newark, Ohio. '
T GVIXABLEH WILLTAKC NOTICE
3LA that he has been sued with other in th Superior
Court of Franklin oonnty. Ohio, by Oeorg A. Slloh. The
petition asks tuat the roiiowtng deseribed real estate, ill
nale lu f rarrklln oonnty, Ohio, lo wit: in th second ae.
tlon, aeoond townah.p and eerenttenth range. United
Statei mlllt try lamti, beirlnnlnf la the eenter of the Stale
road from Weaterville to Galena, on William Slang .ter's
south line; thence east Sttt rods and SO Itnke to a stone on
H. Dixon' line; thence tenth along said line, 56 rod and
Slinks to a itone (wltneas tree, sugar,) 0 inchetin dia
meter, N. 80 deg.' S. distance in link and thorn bush
3 inches In diameter, south 6r? deg- west 3 links); thence
weet Vtsa rodi to a stone in the oentre of aald State road:
thence north 18 deg weat S9 roda; thtnc north 33 rods and
S link! to th place of be.lnning containing one hundred
and.two aoree and 93 83-11)0 roda of ground, mt be aold
for the pay ment of fourteen Hundred Dollar whlchSt a
lien there -on. . In caea of failure to anawer or demurrer
on or before the 80th day (3d Saturday) of April, A. ID.
ioui, piatnun e peuuon win ne laten aa true, ani Judg
ment wnderedacoordiri2ly- GEO. 8. CONVERSE.
Att' for plaintiff.
Columbus, Ohio, Feb 19, 1861 . feblO t)w'
CLOVER KKDf ' 1
a i i J t.
M I V I
"i . . ItKICD
In itnre f or tale by ' ,
MOKBI EI8TIKACK, 1
34 Stateemaa Building. '
1 UliVEir HIEiIj SUIHTSi
J( All etses and qualities; alsj BOYS SHIRTS bf same
superior maae, tor sals rv hain eon, ;
fet8 No. tl Booth Ulh stteeU'
HERKING! nERKIXGM-30 able.
Ho. 1 Pickled Herrlne In store, for sal hv
. feh27 34, North High atreet.
TfTIDB WAMTliE RAHAOEH, KOTU
Whit and Black, just received at
0 3 Dr. J. H. Mcleaws tji
StrftntRfBin rnr.!l nni. MnnA
The iresUem lie rued 7 In Tbe ttrld
. UU1W1AL 4 .
ly a eclentido and
trocuxedby the distil
tlon of Boon. Herb
tod Barks, Yellow
Cock, Blood Boot.
Baraaparllla, It I I d
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion en ten into IU
n . . compoeiHon. ane en- ... f.i,,
iiffore Talcinjtire remedial liter laKing.
principle of each ingredient 1 thoroughly extracted b
my new method of distilling, produclne- dellcloua. ex
hileratlng spirit, and tht moat lNFALLIBLK lemedy foi
renovatinc the diseased tyatem. nd ree'orln (he tick
offering and debilitated INVALID to HEALTH and
ltTCI,EAK' STHEIVr.rnEIVINfl COH.
Will effectnally euro !" ' , -
LITIB COMPLAINT, DYSPIPBIA, JAUSDICI
Chonio or Nervoui Debility, Dhwaset of th Hldnevs
ana til msenaei arming iron a aieonterej l iver or Stem
ach, Dyepepeia, Heartburii, Inward Filet. Acidity or Sick
neat of the Stomach, Vollneeo of Blood to tne Heed, Dull
pain or wimmlnt In the heed, fal,. .ration or th Heart
Fullnea or Weixht in the Stomach. Sour K nictations
Choking or euSocat'ine feeling when lylne down, Drvnett
orleliowneaaor the Bkln and eye. Might Sweat! In
ward levert, Pain In the email of Lb hack, cheat or tide
Budden Flushes of Heat, Depression of Spirit, Vriirhtrul
Dreamt, Lannnor. Despondency or any nervous Diseaae.
Bores or Blotches on the Skin, and fever and Iran tor
Over it muilou of uottles ;
Htvt been sold durln the last six months and In no fa
stance hat It failed In living entire satisfaction Who.
then, will sutler from Weak .ess or Debility ttben MC
LEAN'S BTHBN0T1IKNIN9 COBDIAL will raie yout
No laneuace can convey an adeuuaie idea of th Imm
dlate and almost mlraculoua change produced by takiue
thia Cordial In the diseased, debilitated and shattered
nervous a.) item, ohether broken down by excess, weak by
nature, or Impaired by sickness, the relaxed and unstruni
organization ta reatorea to lie pntitne neaitn anu vigor.
Or others eonicloui of Inability, from whatever cause.
will find McLean s Strengthening Cordial a thnrnurh
regenerator of the syitein: and all who may have inlured
themselves by Improper Indclgencci, wlllfind In the Oor
dial a certain and speedy remedy.
I'o tbe Ladiea.
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
urine or Involuntary Discharge Uiereof, galling or the
Womb, Giddlneas, yainting and all Ciaeaiei incident lo
There Is no Mistake About It.
Buffer no longer. Take It according to Direction!, i It
will stimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you and cause
tne bloom or neaitn to mount your eneet again.
a very bottle is warranted to give aatiitaclluu.
FOll CIULMtEN. .
If your children are tlckly, puny, or afflicted, McLean i
Cordial will make them healthy, fat and robust. Delay
not a moment, try it, and yon will be convinced.
IT IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
OacTioR. Beware of Dnwrlit or Dealers who mat
try to palm upon yon some Hitter or Banaparilla train
which they can buy cheap, by savins It Is Just aa good.
Avoid inch men. Ask (or McLean't Strengthening Cor
dial, and take nothing else It I tho only remedy that
will purify the blood thoroughly and at the lame time
strengthen the system.
one tanieiponnrul taken every morning rutins'. Is a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and lever, yellow
rever, or any prevalent diseases, it is put up In lanr
Prlrwnnlyfil par bottle, or 6 bottle for J.
. . J.D. McLEAII,
Bole Proprietor of this Cordial,
Alio McLean t Volcanic Oil Lutlment,
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pise tlreett.
Bt. Louie. Mo.
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liuimeut.
The beet Liniment In th World. Th only safe and
certain cure for Cancer. Piles. Swelllnn and Bron
chi tit, or Goitre, Paralysli, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
muicie, unrontu or inflammatory nneumatiam, Stiff-
neat of the Joints, contracted Muscle or Ligament
Earache or Toothache, Bruise, Sprains, Wound, Freeh
Out, Ulcert, Fever Bores, Oaked Breait Bore Nipple,
D . D..I.I. . TI. ... 1 nT..f! n. :
kui uv.iu .. nil. tm.,, vi uji .miiMnni.Mvu u. (MB,
no difference how severe, or hoe long the disease may
bar existed. McLean's Celebrated Liniment ie a cer
Thousand of human belnga have beenatTed a lit of
decrepitude and misery by the of thi invaluable mod
Cine. McLEAN'S VOLCANIC
Will relieve pala alaoal Instantaneously, and It wll
clean ae, purify and heal the foulest orea in an incredl
ly short time.
For Horse anal Oilier Aiilmnl.
McLean celebrated Liniment 1 th only aafe and re
liable remedy for theenr of Spavin, King Bone, Wind
gallt, Spllnte, Unnatural Bump. Node or Swelling. It
win never rail to cure Dig ueaa, roll vn, rutuia, uid
running Bore or Sweeny, If properly applied. For
Bp rune, urn tact, Bcratcne, sore or nounua, unckeo:
Heel, Chafe, Baddl er Collar Gallalt 1 an Infallible
remedy. Apply it aa directed, and a cor la certain tn
every lot tanoe.
Then t title no longer witn th many worth teat Lini
ment offered to you. Obtain aiupply of Dr. McLean's
celebrated Liniment. It will ear. you.
J. II. iUcLiEANt Sol Proprietor,
Corner of Third and Pin Street, St, Louis, Mo.
For tele by all druggists. ,
For sale by ROBERTS At BAMUIL,
aux-Sd-d Awly-- . Columbus. Ohio.
CANADIAN AimiED STATES MAIL
STEAMERS -j i
TO ANDI HUin 1
Liverpool, Montreal, Quebec,
Th Montreal Ocean Steamship Company's first-elan
full-powered Clyde-built Steamers sail )Tery Mat
urdajr from PORTLAND, oarrylng th Canadian and
United Stataa Mall and passengers. . ,
NORWEGIAN. NORTH AMERICAN,
NOKTH BRITON, ' HIBERNIAN, '
Shortest, Cheapest andQolck.cktCon
veyance Irani ,
AMERICA TO All PASTS OF E17S0P2. .
Ratea of Pnaenga to Europe,
830, 60, $ao.
Will sail from LIVKRWl il evrr, Wvdneadaj,
and from QUEREO owery tmturtlay , eaillng at
LuNDOKDKnliX. to receive on boar.iand la. Malta and
Peaiengere, to and from Ireland and Scotland.
ILPIhet Bieamer are built of iron in water-tlebt
compartment, cany each an experienced Burgeon, and
every attention is paid to the com' or! and accommoda
tion or paattnMr. a tney proceed oir-ct to lAjauua-
DERT, tha a: eat rhk snd daisy of calling at St. John's
Glasgow passengers ar furnished -with rati passage
tlcketa to and from Londonderry. 1
Bemm ticket granted at reduced rate.
OertiScatee issued for carry iui lo and brlnaingout pa-
tengrr from all the principal townt of Great Britain and
ireitno, at reiueta rate, ny tnn un or iieamert, ana
by the WASHINGTON LINE OV SAILING PACKETS,
leaving Liverpool .very week.
Slfht Drafts fat i and upward, pay
able) lu Kualaua, ireiand, sitoi-
j j laad ar Walts,
Tor passage,' apply at th OOioa i3 liKOATa
wtii nettv aa
irk, and 19 WaTAOU tT.,
I SABX1 k 81ASLE, Crsusral Srsnts,
Otto- J. R. ARMSTRONC, ;
- nolo lydAw . , Statesman OffiodOolumbui, Ohio, i
WM. KNABE & CO..
BOOM, XO. M BALTIilOBST.'tili
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Being highly recommended by th. first rrufriort aad
Musical Amateun of Die country, and
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M. C. LI LLC Y
And Blank-Book MAnufanturer,
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BLACK STRAW BONNETS AMI Kl
egaat Bihboaa, la great variety at MAIN'S, ).
oct.-. No. 811, High street,
Scfdfula, or King's Evil,
is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the
blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated,
weak, and poor. Being in th circulation, it
pervades tho whole body, and may burst out
In disease on any part of it. No organ is free
from its attacks, nor is there one which it may
hot destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously
caused by mercurial disease, low living, dis
ordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth
and filthy habits, the depresaing yiceg, and,
abovo all, by the venereal infection. What
ever be it origin, it hereditary in the con
stitution, descending " from parents to children
unto the tliird and fourth generation ; ' indeed,
it seems to ba the rod of Him who says, "I
will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon
their children.". , ., , . , ,
Its effects commence by deposition from the
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in
the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed
tubercles; in the glands, swellings, and on
the surface, eruptions or sore. Thi. foul eor.
ruption, which genders in the blood, depresses
the energies of life, so that scrofulous constitu
tions not only suffer from scrofuloua earn.
plaints, but they have far less power to with
stand tho attacks of other diseases; conse
quently vast numbers perish by disorders
which, although not scrofulous in their nnrtir..
are still rendered fatal by this taint in the
system. Host of the consumotion which de.
cimatcs the human family has its origin directly
m mis serotinous contamination ( sua many
destructive diseases of the liver, kidneys, brain,
and, indeed, of nil tho organs, arise from or
are aggravated by the same cause ,
One quarter of all our people are scrofulous ;
their persons are invaded by this lurking infection-,
and their health is undermlnm! liw it.
To cleanse it from the system we must renovate
tne uioou nysn alterative medicine, and in
vigorate it by healthy food end exercise.
nuch a medicine ws supply in , ,
Coniponnd Extract of Sarsaparilla,
the most effectual remedy which the medical
skill of our times can devise for this every
where TJrevailinirsjid fntnl malar! v. If firm.
bincd from the most octive remedials that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
oisoruer irom uie moou, ana the rescue of the
Sstem from its destructive consequences,
once it should bo employed for the euro of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it, such as Euuptivs
and Skin Diseases, St. Axthoky's Fihe,
Rosn, or Erysipelas, Fiupt.es, Pustoles.
Blotches, Blaixs and Boii.s. Tumors. Tetter
and Salt Kiira-sr, Scald Head, Riwowoum,
Khecmatisu, Syphilitic and Mbrcukial Dis
eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Drhilitt, and,
indeed, am. Complaints aiiisino ntosi Vitia
ted on iMrvnn Blood. Tho popular belief
impurity of the blood " is founded in truth.
for ticrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of this Sarsapa
rilla is to purify and regenerate this vital fluid,
without winch Round health is impossible in
ron the speedy curb or
Intermittent Fever, or Fever Hnd Ague,
Remittent Fever. Chill Fever. Tin ml.
Agne, Periodic)! Headache, or Bilious
Headache, and Billon. Fever. Indeed
for the whole c!n of dieeaae origin. t
lnj In biliary- derangement, tensed by
the Malaria of Iiamatio Conntrie.
We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaint
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where theso aflhetinp; disorders prevail. This
"Curb" expels the miasmatic noison of Fever
and Aaus from tho system, and prevents the de
velopment of tho disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It is not onlv
tho best remedy, ever yet discovered for this class
of complaints, but also the cheapest. The large
quantity wo supply for a dollar brings it within tli
reach of every body ; and In bilious districts, where
Fever and Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for cure and protec
tionT A great superiority of this remedy over any
other ever discovered for the speedy and certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinina
or mineral, consequently it produces no quinism or
other injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. lhoe cured by it are left as healthy as if
they had never hnd tha disease.
I ever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
the iniasmatio poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which aro
tfeurnhia. Rheumatism, Gout, Headache, Bl'nit
tuu, Toothache, Earache, Catarrh, Asthma, Pair
yitation. Painful Affection of the Spleen, If utter
ici, Pain in the BoiccU, Colic, Paralysis and De
rangement of tht Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
type, or become periodical. This " Curb " expels
the poison from the blood, and consequently cures
them all alike. It is an invaluable protection to
immigrants and persons travelling or temporarily
residing in the malarious districts. If taken occa
sionally or daily while exposed to the infection,
that will bo excreted from the system, and cannot
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen into dis
ease. Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever suffer from Inter
mittent! if thev avail themselves of th nrntertinn
this remedy affords. .
Prepared by Dr. J. C. ATIB c CO., Lowell, If ass.
i ROBfRTB A SAMITBit. Oolantna
And bv Drurgliti and Dealers everywhere.
As txprteneed Nurse and Female Physician, present
to iu aucuiioD or muuera, n,
S00 THING S i'RUP.
FOR CHILDREN TEETHING,
which rreatl facilitate the process of t thlnt bj soft
ening tne sum, retracing n rnnaramatiun wil I eliar
ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, ai.d I
STJKETUKEUCIiATE THE BOWELS.
Depend upon It, mothers, it will slverestto vcursolvea
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BXUE? AID HEALTH TO TOM, IHFAJlll.
' IT have put ap and aold this article for over ten veara.
and OAN BAH, IN OuNFIDBNCK AND THUTU, of It,
what we have never been able to say ot any other mcrll
eloe NEVER HA9 IT FAILED, IN A 8INOLB INrT
ANCK. TO KFFKCT A CUUK. hen timely asrd. Nev
er at w now an inataoee oi atasatutactlon b any on
Who used It. 'On t'.e contrary, all are dellehted with it
operaUona. and speak in terms of omaaendatloa ef It
mtf leal etieeis and medical virtues. . speak in this
matter -WHAT WI Do KNOW;" after ten ytare' .jine
Hence AND P1KDGB OUS RKPTJfTION FOB TUB
FCI.ILLUBNT o WHAT Wat UK KM DBOLAKB Jn
almoat every Inaaanc when th Infant le suffering from
pain and exhaustion, relief will be found iq fifteen or
twenty minute after thetyrup Is administered.,
This valuable preparation b the nreeerlntlon 9 Oe of
th most BXVSRIKNUIfDaad SHILLFIIL NUM BS la
New England, and bu been used wjih NBVEK FAIL
ING BU00K3S in
THOtlSAND" OF CANES,
Itnotonly relieve the child from pain, not Invigor
ate the stomach aad bowels, eorreots acidity, and give
tone and enemy to Ihe whole system. It will almoat In
stantly relieve - -
OE-P-IQ 15 THK tOWK-3, AKD'WIN J COLIC
and overcome convulsion, which. It not speedily rerre
lied, end In death. We believe It the BBnT and 8UK
BUT BSUKDV It) TUB WORLD, In all eaues f 1VA
BHTBBV and DIABRHtEA IN nmi.imi M .k..i...
It arises from teethlnm or from any other cause. Wa
would say to every mother who bsea child sufferlfg from
any of the foivgolrg enmplalnts DO NOT l.k'T VOLB
PRBJUDICES NOR TUB PRRJODIuKSOrorilKKS
etand between yew and your aotferiog child, and the i
net mat win ue ci'HK jeo. AHtioi.LlKLI Blrtlt i,i
follow the as of thlaelttne, If timely used. Full ill-
recuons ror using will acoopjuany eacn nottte. Nnu
Si-ouirje unices the faosimlle of CURTIS A PKRKINU,
lew Torle, ie ea the eutatde wtanper. - - - r.
Bold by all Druinjitta throughout the world.
Prl icipalUtriOT,'l3 Cedar Street W.T.
TRICE ONLY 85 CENTS PER BOTTLR.
nolSfTJAwly.'' . v ?; iir
for ; sAfiE;: exchange
rtvii.fi sell oHExniAfvnproii a
gnctl FARM, ihe unrtlvliled half of BTORB Bl ILU
lSj No. "Ji. North Hlth Street. Corner liurh Street and
Lvn Alley.' If not disposed of by th lit of Anill, ih
Store will lie far rent. '.
iVT Also,t,'A r i- r.::r--
., y .,i1,1ui.i.flnr.....
a wlf stilted slot oi If AMIH aBOOJsttUS. ..
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Twehlyiwry ilrslrsble BUILDIN08 LOT8. situated on
Washington Anaue, North of Bread Street,
. JOlrmatoiultpaii.asKrs Via
fetitf-d4v fOOMAS WAIKKR.
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