000 created by their construction.' nd on this
w dt 49U0.000 Interest. annuallT. Ia ddi
tlon to this, .we ere called now to reiort to
! direct tax of $135,000 over and above revenues
derived tberofrom for 1850 to keep teem in
ironniue order, with alio the cheerless hope in
. the future of constantly tocreuelug burthens for
thetame object. Sir, the time baa arrived when
tbey abould be divorced from the State, and
rotten politicians, ' ' -
.. The House then took a recess. . ',
FRIDAY' EVENING,, MARCH 8, 1861
The Adann Express Company places ua daily
. under obligations to it for the very latest papers
. irum uivvMiern ewes.
I he Amcrioan' Express Company has our
u thanks for its daily favors in the shape of the
wry mica eastern papers. . , , , i
D A a meeting of the Board of Managers
' of the Franklin County Agricultural Society,
' held on Saturday, March 2, 1861, Mis Thomas
a Moodie resigned his position as Treasurer of
the Society, and Mr. John Millir, of the firm
: of Millir, Donaldson & Co., was eleoted to
fill the vaotnt post, until the annual meeting
of the S jciety In May next. A balanoe of $804,96
'was' found to be remaining in the hands of Mrr
Moodie, the late Treasurer. The Board ap
pointed a Committee to make a settlement with
hlm. .... ..:. . .... , . i ,' '
Liquor and Oil Inenoro. John H. !Hair
made applicAtion to the Court of Common
Pleas, to-day, for the appointment of Inspector
ofDsmestlo and Foreign Liquors and Linseed
'" Oil, for Franklin County, Ohio, for the term of
three vesrjjfom. March 8, 18C1. The appoint
" ment was made'; accordingly.-1 Thereupon, Mr,
Hair appeared in Court, took the oath of office,
j' i and produced, his oQloial bond, in the sum of
: five hundred dollars,- which was approved
the (fours. -.-j- .; c!7J;.m -fiT - i
Found DaowNio.r-The body of a man, by the
name o'f John Downit, was, on Wednesday night
r ,iait tound inihe canal near Biotuirun &
-1 '. Halm's Furniture'- Manufactory.; Coroner Ga.
via held an Inquest, and the jury, unable to
ascertain the circumstances connected with the
doath, returned a verdict of ''Found Drowned
Court or Common Plias. In tbe case of
Fossman v. Williamson, tried yestetdar. the
Jury rendered o, verdict, finding the right of
property to the . horees in dispute In the plain'
tin, and assessing bis damages at five dollars,
1 - In the divorce case of Voli t. Vol, the
testimony and arguments have been presented to
tbe Court, and the case submitted to its decis
- H7Tbe Gatttte mentione among the appli
cants for Uie Post Office in this city, Messrs.
Bascom, O'Harra, GatBiH,' UtrL and Baser,
and reports that of one bur cltizeus has already
signed rjRtr ninc pelltleos for the post of Spe
1 clal Mail Agent, now held by General Prin-
"Oca Pamr" is the title of anew weekly
journal just started in Pittsburgh, "designed for
tbe Home Circle, and devoted to Pure L Iter a-
ture, Humor, dto." ' The first number, tbe only
one yet issued, makes a very handsome appear
' ance, and ia filled with choice matter. 1 Price
)9 a year, publiuhed by Hunt & Miner.
NiwChdrck. Hon. T. A. Plants, of the
Hou9o of Representatives, will deliver h dis
course before the New Church Society, at Mo-
J Cor's Qommeroial College, on Sunday; next,
Mmmi.ni.tnr. ml 1 1 nMtnnt. A XV ' r I
STOrerthe house assigned In Pekin to Mr,
1 Wars', the United States Minister, the Chi
nese authorities placed. the following iescrip
!tion "Lent to American Barbarian Ward,
Tribute Bearer." '
ST R. Kirkpatrick, No. 1C5 South High
S treet, lias a very choice assortment of Gold and
Silver Watches, fine Jewelry, Clocks, ' Silver
and Plated Ware, at prices to suit the times.
, , . , , f
Niw Jrriiv a Slavi Statc It appears by
the late eenaus that there are eight slaves yet
remaining in the State of New Jersey,
1 1 ti '
HTHood said hia umbrella was a good Catbo,
ho, for it always kept lent.
Intiristino. If housekeepers really under
stood the great difference that exists between
different brands ot Saleratus,as to quality,
purity, and consequent reliability and healthful
ness, they would not - long be without the best
that is manufactured. ' Dm Land & Co.' I Sale
ratua costs yon no more than any of the inferior
ariiolea which are in market. He is using a
new process of refining Seleratua, by which all
impurities are removed.!) This process is In nee
at no other establishment In thia country; ',, The
quality o't the Saleratns produced by this pro
cees Is very superior, aod it is last becoming very
popular with intelligent housewives. Dc'Lako
6t Co.'s Saleratns Is for sale by most grocers and
storekeepers.-- Manufactured and for sale at
wholesale, ' at Fairport, Monroe county, New
York. "The principal grocers also wholesale It.
' . ' "i v.
latroRTANT to Mi oHANios. It is ust as impor
tant that you have a bottle of Guernsey's Balm
upon your work benoh, or some other conven
ient "pi ace as it Is to have an oil can, or any oth
er necessary article." If yon get wounded, nee
the Balm. ' ' I ( i
),:' ,l 'I "i , , ,ii , , . (''''
- Who will suffer from Foul HumorSi Sores, or
Disease of the Skin, when such certain remidies
. as McLean's Strrnotainq . Cordial and. Blood
. PuRiniR, and McLkan's Volcanic Oit Lini
ment can be so. easily obtained. The Cordial
will purify tbe blood thoroughly, and the Llnl-
. meat will cure any sore. Bee the advert!
-i en, meow ... '.. .. .
; . i CT See 'advertisement of Prof. Miller's
Hair Invlgorator in another column.
WM KNADE & CO.,
AT TIIEItt . N KW HAVKH-f"" m
ROOM, A'Q. m MjUTIMOJJ ST.l n
.... .. AMD . II I II
, .'. N0S. i S, 5 and 7 . KOTAW BIBKIT ,
Offer for sale their celebrated
GOLDEN MEDAL, .
jT!HI t,- ;!.: 1 -GRAND.
lW"n,i .e i:--'; ,it:, i.-, . i AND ftO APR
- ' Betas Dlihly iceommeoded by the flnt ProfeatOri aod
muiuai amaieaiaai tee oountry, ana
..... r -7 JV ABB ANTED FOR '
1 vi. i .it. .'.1 .: i ,- , i.-f. wrvwTWAM.
The nott faiUdiooeonitomer my rely upon belog
:!i"!T terma liberal. WM. KKAB1 i 00.
T eet!;fydw. , oolumbos. Ohio.
T.V. t na q. - . e
"ITATIROitWl THH ftUa lR ST:.' MTtt
trs XX eheetd of H. K. WKAVBKhie eatlr 0f Di
UoethvatNo-. )U3UlghSI With tha. view olehanflDg
ny location, I will sell until ta Drat day o( April, wltli-
m. raerre, , I IT )" I ' I ,
AT COST FOR CASH! v
I Vabey'DreM Hike, Fringe, Buttons, Trlmtilnin, Ac
Also Ilfuree ilerlnoe, Da Lainee, Bhawiiand Cloaks,;
. Eegaidleii of Cost I
ss0i !!fr;,l'l.,'.';IJisolution f Co-partaerg&Ip.-
j, i rraiB rinm or j. i. Rmrrii a co.
.... . .... a k .M. .i.. .nu.i i . .
m -.w wv .wvm yj IBUVUa4 suawww I .... -
I 'in , . - i. U.'BMITn.
fb:dlmo . ' A. 0. B&UliU.
REPORTED FOR THE STATESMAN.
U. S. Senate—Special Session.
Wash.'notcn, March 7. The Vioe President
laid before the Seaato a letter from Mr. Chase,
resigning bis seat , as Senator from Ohio, and
asking him to have the coodoees to make this
I - . .i A . . .. r r i .
uown 10 toe senate ana tne uovernor oi umo.
On motion ot Mr. Lane, a oopv of the letter
j .i . i . . . i J . . I. r .
wan urucrcu to db iiirniBncu iu mo uruvcruur 01
Ohio. " " ,
The Senate then resumed the consideration of
Mr. Dixon's resolution that there be printed the
usual number or copies of tbe President's Inau
gural. . . , ,
Mr. Wlelaii said, that as Mr. Douglas yes
terdav had entered into a discussion of the mean.
log of Mr: Lincoln's Inaugural, it was proper
that hia (Mr. VV.'s) construction of it should I
also be given to the country. It was impose! J
bie for an Administration dealing in general!
ties, whether slitterinE or not. to elve neaca to
the country. It Is a (not that . seven States have
withdrawn from the Union, entered Into a com
paot, and formed a Government. Though the
'aot is not officially announced, the whole coun-
try knew that the representatives of the South-
em Confederation are now here, oreoared to be I
received at this court. ' I
WalvlDe all Questions of reeularitv as to the
existence of their covrnment. th ara keen
enter Into a trait uh tha Fai1nlI Hnvarn-
ment. and tha mattnre nf nnntrnvcrao tnunt hoi
settled, either bv treatv or h tha aword. 1 It Is I
eaa tn tallr ohn.it .r,(,,lnn ik.l.u an1 I
wllin mnn eime fn kta ka.AHAa m.,A win I
;vw vuiuo u U1B lBTUUQU) RUU UU FT VIVID I
milflt ftnMlA thA nimorlnn mA ha. .ntilH fi tKur
- vwbv VHV UVDWWU HUM AM V V W IU W-J IUMS i
orts fickens and Sumter cannot beheld much
loneor. The nresent administration will soon
be forced to construe the Iuaueural. Forts
mooitrie and Johnson and Castle f inckoey are In
possession of the Confederate States, but the
Confederate States will not leave Fort Sumter
in the hands or the Federal Government. '
in rentT to Mr. Domrloa. ha CMr. VVifffull 1
denied that the Union, as it was formerly, now
exists leffa lv and conatltnt nna. v. . .
- j j -
TIb.. ft t . L . J.. l a.. I
iiiti evil in unnn uh. inn niRflhnii 11 Hnni nn. a i
blue pill at night and a cnoof coffee next morn-
Iub may relieve liver, but whan the diaoeseia
on you, blistering and blood letting is sometimes
necessary, and when the patient dies, it is nee-
essary to navea coiiln very deep.aruncral sor-",'"Kouo"
vice. ana miDKs ci mat sors. as ne sata tne
omer nigui, ins oniy quesuon is wneioer mere
euBu do auecem, quiet iunerai arrer ine rror..
estant farm, or an Irish wake. Tha Union ia 'o
. ' . 7 : id-
VDIMtuiJ AUl Ilia Vi RU 11 1DU WttKC 1UQ U UIUU IB -
dead, and has to be burled. If yod want a
rrotestant iunerai you can nave tc; it not, you
can have an Irish wake. -. - -- I
Mr. Wigfall proceeded to speak of the diffi
culty of enforcing the revenue laws, adding that
troubles as to this will environ you all around.
Had you not better deal with this Question Drao-
tlcally. - 1 -''(
unfortunately, Air. Lincoln will have but a
brief period during whioh to decide the ques-
1 1 :
tion. If he supposes the reinforcement of Fort
Sumter will lead to peaoe, be ean make the ex
periment. And as to recapturing Fort Moultrie,
he should not remove the troops from Fort
Sumter, they will be removed for him. :
1 he adoption oi the Crittenden Compromise
proposition mient nave aci listed tbe difficulties
the country, but it only received ninoteen
votes In the Senate. The Senator from Illinois,
Douglas, bad eaid that war cannot preset re
union, l he Union, however, is dissolved;
seven Southern States have formed a Confeder
ation, and to toll them, as the President has
done, that their acts of eecession are no more
tbao pieces of blank paper, is an insult. He re.
peated, there is no Union left, the seceded
States will never surely come back. They will
come back under any circumstances;; they
not live under this Administration with
draw your troops then; make no attempt to col
tribute, and enter into a treaty with these
states. Do this and you will have peaoe. send
flag of thirty-four stars thither, aod it will
fired into, and war will ensue.
Will von divide tbe public property and make
assessment of the publlo debt, or will you
stupidly and idly, doing nothing,. till there
be a confllot of arms because you cannot
compromise with traitors. Let the remaining
States reform their governments, and if it Is
acceptable, the Southern Confederacy will enter
a treaty of peace aod amity with them.
you want peace you shall nave it If you
war you shall have it. The time for plat
forms and demagogeiem. is put. Treat with
Confederate States as independent, aud you
have peace treat them as States of this
Union and you will have war
Lincoln has to remove tbe troops from forts
Pickens and Sumter, or they will be removed
him. tie has to collect the rovenue at
Charleston, Savannah, and New Orleans, or it
be collected for him. If he attempts to col
the revenue, resistance will be madej It Is
useless to blind your eyes. No compromise or
amendment to the Constitution, no arrangement
may enter Into will satisfy the Sontb,nnleis
recognize slaves as property, and protect it
any otner species or property. These States
withdrew irom tne union beoauae their property
not protected. -j
The Republicans have preserved an ominous
silence on the subject of the Inaugural.; Tbe
speech of tne senator from Illinois (Mr- Poue-
was calculated to produce tbe Impression
Mr. Lincoln will do nothing; but the mas
terly inactivity policy cannot prevail. Action,
action! as the great Athenian orator Bald, is
necessary. You cannot longer serve God
mammon. Yon must snswer quickly the
nnaation. " under wmcn Kinp. lieznma 7 "
must withdraw your flag from our oountry,
allow ns to have our own, and enter into a
with vs. Do this, or make up your minds
war in tbe sternest aspect, and all its accu
mulated horrors. . ,i ' ; (i I
Mr. Douglas replied in substantially the same
as yesterday. He feared Forts Sumter
Pickens could not be held much looter by
troops. There was a time when ForH
Sumter could have been reinforced. ; He did
believe it could be now without the use of
men by land and sea. j There were but
men to serve the (tuns, aud they must soon
exhausted, and they bad not bread aqd salt
enough to last i) days. . There must be prompt
in favor of peaee. He believed the Pres
was In favor of peace. ',! .; ,,.' j '
Mr. WlKfall asked if Pouslae would advise
withdrawal of troops from Forts Sumter and
Pickens, and from tbe borders of the Confede
States, and that no attempt be made to
tbe revenue. , , ' i . t ..
.Mr. Douglas replied that he was not in the
ooundls or. confidence of the Administration,
should not tender his advice till It was
for. Whenever the Administration want
advlee, it would doubtless ask it. j
would bs hardly the part of wisdom to State
his policy miebt be to one who bay so
ba In the councils of the enemy, and com.
manaer ot tne army.
reply to a remark oi Mr. Wiglall'ff, Mr.
Douglaa said he saw no, reason to modify any
sentiment In hia Norfolk speech.
After further debate, Mr. Mason spoke against
Inaugural aa a proclamation of war. Vir
would become party to the war, by the
unanimous consent of her people, when the first
was fired against a sieoedine State.l
Mr. Douglas spoke further, to the effect that
tne administration anticipate the use of arms,
shall see a proclamation for ao extra ses
sion of Congress, in order to increase the rega
I 1 It i . . . .. o
lorces ana sau. volunteers into tbe Held.
Adjourned. - - )
Moktoohirt, Ala., March 7. Me. Clavton re.
a bill providing tin the event of aconfliot
tne reiusai or tne united states to recognize
Independence of the Confederacy, that no
In the Confederate States shall have cog.
nlrance or civil easee of citizens of the United
States, and all pending; cases shall be dismissed.
resolution was adopted authorizing the Presi
dent to Instruct the Commissioner to European
Powera to enter into a treaty of Extension oi
International Copyright privileges. I
Braxton Braes: was confirmed Brlcadler-Gen
Commanding i, E. Hardee was confirm
ed Colonel ot the 1st regiment of Infantry..;
' -n ... . . I
Niw York, March 8. The body of Alder
man laat evenlne? adonted a resolution nrovid.
for a Commissioner on behalf of the Com
tvounoii to reqneel the Legislature to sub
Bit to the people of the State the propositions
the Peaoe Conereaa .
, , - - ---5, - -- uw Aemuuratiu otaw
Convention la this city, to day, homlnatedChas.
Walker, of Wayne, Justieeof tha, Supreme
vtwrt. .',.' a:.3 "
Washington News and Gossip.
ence for peaoe.
It is rumored that Senator Sumner prefers
remain in the Senate as chairman, of the Com
""tteeon Foreign Uelatiocs, rather than accept
I Vi . . . ...... . . lMI.l.... . l.- , J
I ijuw"uicuii ui iuiuibot wu uugienu,
wmcn, it is understood, is likely to'be tendered
jftA-Mm . .1 . - r
oppose Mr. Crittenden's appointment bitterly.
" 'B understood that Mr. Lincoln ia determin-
e to present no appointments which will have
tendency to divide the party.
The diplomalio corps in full costume paid an
official visit to the President to day, and were
introduced by Seo'y. Seward. Fijranlere, tbe
rtu'ue"e Minister, delivered an address in
Washington, March 7. Horatio King will
proDaoiy do appointed xa Assistant rostmaster
Hon. John Bell will go to Richmond to-morrow,
to visit the Convention and exert hia luflu-
"ui , ,
i r t.v t
, .i.-vu uiiu.im wmui. uvuiui
is warmlv favored bv Senator Sumner and!
others, fhev take the oosition that his an-
polctment will be a peaoe-offerinfr to the bor-
der States, and slenifloant of Mr. Lincoln's re-
gard to tbe South. Senator Trumbull and others
FreDoni copy of which had been previously
furnished Mr. Lincoln, expressive ot the sood
wi" and feeling of their respective Governments
to tnat of the United States, and for the auo
ce8S ot the Administration. The President re
tnlP'ied briefly, with much warmth, heartilvre
ciprocatine the klndlv sentiments exoreseed.
All the members of the corns were then intra
duced, after which the Cabinet were severally
introduced to tha enrna. Mrs. I.lnmln waoenh.
j - " "
sequent! y presented, ad for some miautei there
W&0 ffAllfirsll IinPPlf.PM. noii smninl nnnvAHarlnn.
n w w w ... . w. HW vu
Passed Aflsffltftnft RlirPPftn Comin fftnn. nf VP
, . O 0
B""a, juieuienants oimmons ana nail, 01 Houtn
Carolina, and Midshipman Hall, of Georgia,
baLe resigned their positions in the Navy. . J
ucro wl" 00 a puDiio reception at tne exec-1
uwi,e mansion to-morrow evening. . ...
- 1 h Charleston Cornier ot tbe 5th says Gen.
"oeregsra expresses periecc confidence, after
viuwinR tne lortiocations Ot Sumter, that itoan
b.e 'educed, and that it was only a question of
IVI I I irrnnrlon rA m a.ahJ Sa ..1.1. a, L iL.
whibuui;ii naa bo diiducu hjijiiu ur iudi
Clt'3ens of Washington. There was an im-
nienee crowdof people, who moBt enthusiastic
y responded to his utterances of lervent Union
entiments. ilo expressed bis confidence In the
people, woo now aione can
UBx qumiioo. ine trouuies
yuu iun uj pony crooj-
r""""' w oiuju yurtwaea rnserva i
Union, and tbe Union will preserve us. The
. ...... .. '-. i
w.vnnm Jvajawv US UO I
Rnan veteran was permitted to retire at the
jdcd u " uau ueeo. in puDiio ser.
vice 40 years. . He expected his frlenda to nn.
bold the Union aod the Constitution which
nave conterred unnumbered blessings on us.
all. General Scott, Senator Johnson and nthera
were aiterward serenaded, andjoratorlcally re
sponded to the compliment.' '
rresioent Lincoln said to Southern pentln
mtn wbo C4,lea DPn him to-night, to know how
uuButai ' war to ne understood, mat it
meant peace; ': 1
The Commissioners frnm tha t.intTin.n f.
federacy are this evening dining with Senator
Wigfall. They held a conference this morning
Wigfall s rooms, when it was agreed to post-
pone tor a few days their communication to
President Lincoln, until Mr. Seward has an op
portunity to develope his programme of policy
towards the seceding States. Wigfall urged
them to act Immediately, and bring their mis-
k a oiose, in oraer to allow President JUavls
opportunity to capture Forts Sumter and
ricicens oerore reinforcements can reaoh there
Mr. torsythe ignored tbe proposition, and
some harsh words occurred.
At the diplomatic visit last niirht. Mr. f.ln-
uiaao mo loiiowing reply to tne address
Mr. Figaniere, in behalf of the Diplomatic
OentUmen of the Diplomatic Body: Please
accept my sincere tnanKS ror your kind congratu
lations. It affords me pleasure to con fir m tha
cocnaence vou so eeneroualv inra in tha
inenaivjlsposition to the United States ,'hrough
towards the Sovereigns snd Governments
respectively represent. With equal satis-
ikumuii i accept me assurance you are pleaaed
give that the same disposition is reciprocated
your Sovereigns, your Government, and
yourselves. Allow me to express the hope that
these friendly relations may remain undisturbed,
also my fervent wishes for the health and
nappinesa or yourselves personally.
It seems to be pretty generally understood
r.u.im tt 1l.- :tl - "., , . T
- .... wi.i wilt revnmoB n mar
raeilco. I hit la ratrardad hv tha a.lmlnla.
irauun as oemg, at tne present juncture of af
in that country and our own, as the most
important mission in tbe government.
Emerson Etheridge, of Tennessee, is strong,
urged for the mission to Spain.
several removals occurred to-dav. Tha nn
Mr. Smith, Secretary of tbe Interior, was
aupoiuiea Agrarian to tne interior Department,
Lester, of Mississippi, a secessionist, re
signed.. . ,
General Granger, Recorder of the General
utlice, and brother-in law to Senator
uougias, was removed to-day. The Secretary
tne president to sign land patents, Mr.
Leonard, received notice that his services were
Sellable information was received this even
that Governor Houston has resigned, and re
tires to private life.
Major Anderson has not been promoted yet,
army interests oppose it earnestly.
The correspondence which reached the War
Department to-day ahows that General Twiggs
received the ordor of Seretary Holt, relieving
from the command, three days before he
surrendered. All tbe statements therefore rep
resenting that he was unable to ascertain tha
of the Department are entirely false
. i. .1 , . . . .... '
u-onuuorj was uenoeraie and infamous.
Col. Cooper, Adit. General Wither. al
Capt. Machin, Paymaster, resigned their
commissions to day. CooDer is brother-in 1
Senator Mason, snd his resignation has been
cxpeoiea lor some lime.
Jeff. Davis has sent a secret ae-ent to Merim.
a view of recognition of the Cotton Confederacy-
Locis, Maroh 7. The Convention mat at
dock. A large number of resolutions
read and referred to the Committee on
Federal Relations. ', ' r: . ;
Among the most Important was onanravtilino
a Convention . to -confer with tha Bnntar
as to the best means of keeping tbe West-
ataies m ine vonieoeracy. Anotlier, de
claring secession a dangerous and political
that tbe Constitution has never failed
confer the blessings entrusted by its founders;
tiie Southern States have no exanaa fw
seceding and asking Northern States to repeal
aots making the rendition of fugitive alaves
impoeHioio or uimouui anotner, that believing
is no excuse for coercion, Missouri will
neither men nor money for that purpose,
that a National Convention be called mak
Crittenden's proposition the basis of ac
tion; another, that the general government be
rcquestou w .yieia up tne uustom Houses and
public offices in the seceded States to
people, and ' withdraw the federal officers
forces now occupying them.: !
resolution was unanimously Adopted, ten
dering the thanks of the Convention to Senators
tytittenoen and Douglas for their efforts to. pre
peace to our distracted country.
juuge oircn, candidate lor tne u. 8. Senato,
a strong speech aeainst secession, and da.
daring in favor of enforcing the laws, and ex
pressing nis willingness co support tbe govern
in its efforts to uphold tbe Union. 7
From Pike's Peak.
Fort Kiarnit. March 7. Tha western at.tr.
for Omaha, with malls and passengers,
Winokley 4 Co's express, with $7,000 In
treasure, passed at 11 A. M. : : .ur 1
dcnvrr, March 4 A nugget was found in
Georgia Gulch last week which weighs 193 oza.
miners are saia io DO doing exceedingly well In
neighborhood. Many miners are Koine- to
riatte and Clear Creek diggings, 15 to 25
miles from here. ' Fonr emA nf n it at fv sr faAm
Horse Fall, load boulder mines, lost week, save
$1,300. 1 - o;:.: ... ,
letter from rert Wise brin inialiiamu
Col. Boone has concluded a most favorable
treaty with tbe Cheyenne and Arrapohoe Indiana.
contains special provisions respecting the
state of Denver, ;r ' ; t i t
Tbe Rocky Mountain iVetet has Dublished the
secret discovery for saving gold from iron
prveia ana ouy piumoago.
Bv thia nMflaaa tha
field of cold has been increased from 30(1 u.
per cent.' over the old method. ' .skt
LATEST FROM EUROPE.
) Niw Yore, March ,. The Bremen has ar
1 rived from Boutbastfptoo, ittith..-,
A motion in the House of Commm' ...tW.
Mwuiua MeAva itm VM,4ju UJ fft iiilUriLT Bi7ftinK
Qviniuui.u.i v -111, 7.1 c u:j-,. f . ,t
' ' I na ItalUn PrIIment wag anencil h Vlntn
EmannM In nonnn.nn th18th. I
! A nrnnl.m.ltnn tnm m nnln. 1 1 n . .f
In Russia, would be Issued on the 3d.-
rresn uisiuroanoes naa commenaea aeainst
AV ft. r . I n a. Mia i
i uie vnnsuans in Lioomn unina.
vi.... r : i i j -.'. i n ...
i --u uAtrouruiUBr; i . I
'TheoonsniracvMn favoy of Murat was il!npn-
ered at Nanlos , . .
The Papal Zouaree had. Invaded Sardinian
territorv.' The volunteers renulsed them .
" Pontifical soldiers' had fortified themselves at
Msnzaro. ... V, . ,.' "
The Journal ,fRom denies any arrangement
between the Holy See and Piedmont. '
Famine was very severe in the North-west
provinces of India. .. ;. , .....
The Niagara was at Liverpool on Monday.
Arago comes in on tu nigncoi tne lata.
1 din, au, The number ot trooss made oris.
oners at Gaeta was 11,000. 700 or 800 cannon
and 60,000 muskets were found there. Three
lienerals accompanied Francis to Rome.
uen, uiaidmi was ordered to summon tbe
commander of the fortress at Messina to sur
render.. . V ;. I' I .'1
Pcsth, 20. The municipality demanded
tbe dismissal of tha Ban of Croatia, anil ih en
polntment of a Hunearian in hia nlaae.
I . Tba I)mU JVnie eea. tha ftrot Pia.v. tti
. -4 -. - - - j " 1 - mwd.v. u - ... 1
Meare on the 1st week of March for NiirfnlLr.
I WherAflhaa hfta hanri sviib nni anA a na mnn
. e-w vwvea B a-vwvm ia vaiw V UI C 11 f I
Of COttOfl. fnp RncrUnH. ihsl irftiirrif nf sairtUK -HI
I . -r ..QUfyi n UIVU If 111
amount to IO.uuu. " "
. Paris wheat and flour markets hicher.
. , An embetzloment to tbe amount of 67.000
aisooverea in tne commercial Uiuk of Leu
iuon. ...-...,,. , ...... , ,
. , The Typhus fever was ravagiug Gaeta.
r rands and tbe ei-Queen ot Naplos will
leave Home in a few dAvalne Ruii.
, Gen. CiaJdlni will be made Duke of Gaeta
viwuiui Hill up uinun uunh ni UAfln. 1
Demand for discount at the Bank limited.-
In ...T. -a iL. a i .1
u uuvu uinineii lub iHrmR wnrn mar am i nan a
9W91Ji; lor money 9292U account.
BREAMTOFfe R. 8. ft Co.. n-nort fl,mK r.
dull and offered at 6dls decline without sale,
Wheat dull; all qualities considerable lower
na irregular; reo unioagoilslldtails 3d: red
ooumem ie oatausr woite ao 1301&S. Corn
idu u iuwoh mixea joj ycajlt: vellow
.hsjio au, wuno oos oaigjaa aa, . ; ; 1
' Provisions Beef ' and Pork nnll. n.fc
.... . - - "' "wo a
skviidiwhd VGVI auu 1 UIaV Ulllle UXOOU
quiet. J Lard dull and slightly lower.' sales at
5657a for fine. Tallow quiet and steady.
auger steady, , Uffee quiet.. Rye steady.
iiosia nrm.- : ii :, . i,- . ' I
From New York.
Niw York, March, 7. The bark Cora was
again seized, it was alleged she was fittinc
out for a slaver.
- At a quarter past six this morning afire, was
uinuuvereu id me tenement nouses Wo. 144
West Fourth Street, one door west of Broad
way. The building was of brick, two stories
high and low attic. The woodwork inside was
of the moat1 combustible nature; tbe stairway
was unusually narrow, so narrow that ernes
wvum appareutiy us uiuicuii unaer ordinary oir
cumstauces. , 1 ne names spread With astonish-
tag rapidity. Mr. Wood, an occupant, in en-
deavormp to reaena hia fcmiU. .j
with them. Assistance was as imrmaeihla u
was escape, the entire interior of tha hn,M;n
being in a mass of flames almost ia an instant.
The names of those whothusaaddanlniUh.rf
were ss follows) H. Woods, Isabella, hia wif-
Henry and Walter.- their anna! Julia, tk.i.l
daughter, and twin daughters, sged four months;
in an, seven persons.
Mr. Uaklev. who oeennlerl tha .et fl..
kept boarders. His wife and son, and a boarder
named Luce, were slightly burned about the
face. - ,
A disgraceful fijht occurred between eno!.
companies 1 and Id on the ground of this disss-
wr. JLrtMB oy nre DOC neavv. . .
' r , , '
NW ORXtAs.Mh 7.Th i.
Idly settlingdowi hT rolltical .acUJ
circles that Lincoln's Inaugural is a declaration
The Louisiana Legislature has passed a res
OlUtlon SDDr0Vlnir the ennrlunt nf r:n.ai
wigge in surretacring the federal property In
Tezae to tbe authorities of the State-1 ;
at ia renorcea toatn rors Urawa. Taxaa. hmm
surrvDUCTcuie otarw rorcee;' ' t
Lieutenant Slemmer la enirao-ad In piiaina
sand battery about a quarter of a mile . east
ward of Fort Pickens. .Work en land h.ff.i.
tne Deacn oppoeite Warnngtonwas progress
Richmond. March i 7. In tha
day, Mr. Carlisle made a speech against In-
euuutujg lua oommuice onreaeral Kelations
report pledging the State to resist coercion,
upheld the right of Government ta enllanf
revenues. He was agreeably disappointed
tne tone or Mr- Llcco n's Inanvnrai. tr.
opposea any action placing tbe State in a hostile
attitude to- the General Government, and be
lieved in tbe power of the people to yet restore
NEW HTElUur PAPEIt,
; . Fr; march aeitk,! 18Q1, I
How Beady-Por lale Kverywhere--Ptiee Plvs
..'..'- --Hi'.. i.cenMa Copy., s m
I Jsi n . i inai'i'matma.
... , , .,VUUAXiiRAl3.
?'STiXt WATERSi" A Brilliant Btoty. i-r. r, ; '
TBI OHIAP IXOTJKSIOHt" A Complete Starr.
"THB KINfl AND IBB BKSOAR:'' nZTnL... ilk:.
number . . r
BIOORAPBI0AL SKET0H OF EDOAR A. Pol ' '
1 8 J J?IN0 801,8 ItEQDasT; by Maria Norrit. ,
TBS DUTt OF THI PRUSBNT MOmt.i '
THB PBIL080PBY OF BATUINQ. I '' " 1
I.0VB: A Poem. 1
RDSJIO BIMPLIOITY AND SHRBWDNB8S. "
WHAT! A Poem. - ,
TBB MOUTH OF LONDON." "' ' J 1 L I
ROW PEARLS ARB rnaven. rran..nn
...... Al1 anuDl'r W BATHER: DTlb.
IZINO WASTE STEAM; A NEW MATERIAL VoR
Pi?a.O? UMBRELLAS:' OKMBNT FOR SoLBR iS
ooTOn aTvN?,8 ?"2,lI-,lfl KOPB-MAKERa;
COrrllriO BY ATR pnWEH ittdtttai t.ui.A
H"!? f0 0 LONDON; FACTS AJBOUT
imoBTiB Slain; HISTORY OP THE PIANO
KUI1CEA OS NEW BOOKS ' 1 v- 'i .
Ar much other InterestiBg' and Instructive
naauiog mavtcr. ...... -,
. tishs: j
One oopy Uu.,. : W' '. pet annum.
. . HUNT & MINER; Pnblleherj, f.
' ( r-r J.-71 and 73 Fifth -street, '
. I" t ' i fr tto,lhPost-0ee,fimbarga,rA.
R. KENNED V;; General AgenU j
.'march 8.- v,j". , ,
ALL, PERSONS atfttrtrifftt THEM,
aorreeto ba Jtadobted to tbe. lata firm ot DOD-
D&iuuai at nnua wmnleuaea l uiih...v...
aceounta, and thereby sara ooats. ' 7
All notes aad aoeounu remaining uniwU oa the flrkt
wi rtpii w,.. piwvu i ia uaau 01 w M. L. HRYL
J P.. fnr MillARIInn. o u w. . , .
- - - . -. ..... nniia.
mar7-dfcstaprl Bnrrlrlng Partner.
iw the Instant rbliif
, And PERMANENT COBB of th
, .diatmiiae eamalalnt nee
- .:' , nj enerewi oj 1 1
. n. ieiauui oo., 107 Naetaa It N V
Pbce l per box; scut free ,7S!t.
Made ay 0,
1'. tOt BALI
ii ) -r
city jakk , o? , coimniTja,
made In thethe offloere of this Bank, Jsnuary SOtta.
inoiPi wis w. a. fLATT, Preildent. and Tbomas
I !!WV?'!"I, roBos.. DavroTaTioa,
l By omerof the Board ef Piwotors. w
i.iwri n Ar.-jfJtAJT, Cashier.
Columbus Retail Market.
Columbus Retail Market. FRIDAY, March 8, 1861.
I 1ICKH est HmMaiiw. srhAlMsU in A M.tl m. n
I .wuwu wuiiuiti
VOrn t DO. ..
riiow e s B90o
I a m, . . I
Dried Peuhei....9 7.rfii3 nn
rotAtoei f la US5c
Salt in unit irv
So i,riff !
Mackerel No 1 uu.. 12 75
wmtaFubparh'fbM 4 7s
Herrin bbi ......teoo
uaoKwneat Hour per S "Ho
"orn 60 He
tggt 9 dot.,
V(ait:t.Mple do ,lOf
xat luolueee ral kaUUe
Bvrn oiL eu?5e
Yeddo Tea el 00
Rio Coffee fc..!2loo
ice k Oa
Broome doe. .SI SStKl UU
Hu 9 ton ...S7 00
Boap(Box) 9 WQHc
riour 9 bbi S5 C335
White Wheat do S5V(Sitt uu
Rye Floor bbl.. S4 00
uaoaiee.Tallew.tat. j 12Ko
Oandlee. Ooe.1. box. w Me
Oheeee fc. ...... lojpiSo
ppiee w bo eOgi79e
Uomiuy perbuilt SI 10
ffhUky per. sall....,..85o
Ralllni, M R. Box.,.. 3 W)
Layers .....3 00
Baltan IL 12s
Vise V t
Fninei w ft... BdAISe
Ulorer eeed...fl 6031 00
...1 75'J 001
. .uiAn mra . b duo. , I t
Otovta Bkio-iei to one home of abont ma hn-h
TlVfntnV Q 1 . . -
A BnoM 1,7.
t woa Mlei at S4.90U5 Ofl fnr nti. .n-l e-. n;or.- ...
. ,!.. " ' ' . ....
Wbut aalea dull it OMII.
UOAM UeHn. J. At L. ZaUlnr hr i..nh....l J..
i. vuo o.ij Dasn ai vjc.
uTe eaiei al lS0o.
hya email nleaatSUo
PoTAToae-eatei contlone lo be' made at 85a.
HT market dull teln .t S(kUU.
Few York Market.
iTtiMuntn voa th emo nnaiii i
Nr Toaa, March 8.
VLUUH reoe ota ef am khi.- m..i i... .-u..
uu eueae niier: n n H.uou bb ml a.dvan .
10 (or eanerflne ttate. as l.VX.vfi k xt.. ..... an
ww..v .v. uuoruuv wnwin. IJ.Ki'OA mmmfi. . w.
.11 . . , . , ' . ' .
trandH Ohio!3''1 SU ""pp,n "T" ,x
nvn ww r.-, .
mm stijuuil-- cinii t mi immd in a
at-cp, ?! w,0 : market iteady with (.ir
tern clabi tLai deuced rIIZ T.Ea'fo','
a i" "ore and delivered for Mil club; ei.s&Mi dZ
.J. .u.:r rra weeiem; lorwuit wen
"ahlmh dull: tales of 600 buih'at 73. ait in.
, , . ,
..5y.K"r,MP.,,4-7'8nh. market quiet withontma-
iRuiai anancr: nr it fuin k...v. mtcidw . .
' , . iui wu lur uiu
en id orn m ,lor nt "vyretl; i&Mwor atv do
' OATa dull at 3835
for Wcitem Caoallan aod
PORK doll and nnrhns4 imu... . ..
BBBr oail and nncbaoied.
OUT MKATB-ilull. ,
LA BP eteadv: aalee 100 ht.t. airimy
BUTTER In f.lr mnn... Ill 3, 1 i, . 4 ' . . . - .
a... ..- iui vino i. ifc 9 iv
i-neayy and lower; sales Uftvbbb. at 17w
amount reported beine 50 bble double extra redat tS Ml
HEAI- " l car red at i'oj, Sd i w d, at'
rredb i. .......
""' .502.75. ,n' "
v.iu,uBs-Bu(rMuTe4 Bams are sell
Tha marl-. I. .
Bog --- ' "" Ka BE (X .
LOUU is Mlllnz In small Iota bm(I. h.
rih.in.utkki.j L , ' . . rv??
CORW virvdnll and nit..t . u.
oats Kimi two.. '
5Lr-'a d demand at 6Po. for prim quality.
LAHD ftlM Of ftr IrOffC aaty...... . ... n
dkantei "o- w..,., AvutMiayu - uj, y
. " , j .- -wi w duoi
EOai-atady at 10Xo.
.".f u"!f aar "leaMe. Prima red Is
SSS-irXKiC f Kentucky whit.
' ' , 8 " " ,n modT
OOBN Is continnad at m-'....i.ii
market Is d.U, and sieK touia'lTsXtfi"
0 ATS are h.lt act. "
2t?iLBrta'la lulrmlr at73o for prime fall,
i;1." 2 . U'" m9n ""y 70, than for a
[TELEGRAPHED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
BALTIMORE, March 8.
mIm o.. n,i vnio J
men pork t!7; prime 12 W. ListrKe
Xorroa Statum-am pi.m. .nr.nn.M .v..
JACOB BOFFUANNasa candidate for tha office
losninip oierlt, of Montgomery Townthln. I
h5:tf- ... MANY DEMOCRATS.
' i i .. , .
- - UA i
. I '
'- ' 8PHINQ ELECTIONS j
Mr. 1ttor: 1 have been requestad. by mv friend..
announce myself as a Candidate for tha afiroralt.
tha ensuing election, euJ tot to the decision of the
A. B. RENTER.
ror all THROAT etn4
COUGH, and every
Cenapialnt tbe fereron
ner of, and even actual
COHfttJlBPTlON. j ...
The Great NEFJKAt.a
G1C HKIUCDV and Nat.
nral OPIATE, adapted
to every a pec lea of filer
roue Complaints, Ner.
ran and Chronic
Headache, ' Hhenma.
tiara. Catarrh, Tooth
and Ear Ache, Lose oi
Sleep, and Bowel Conta
real luetics eaa ba Sana tha v. .... .....
by procuring and reading eeacripUvepampkleU,t
found with all deals, or will be ant byProprlelor
demand. Formulas an4 Trial Rottiea ,. ps...
who will find developments In both worthy their
Oorretpondence solicited from all iim .iti
eurioilty prompts to a trial of tha above reliable Berne
For sale by the usual wholeula imi mi.ii a..i
everywhere.' ' ,
JOim Ii" HtHVlf DWELL,' Proprleto
CHI UrsT AND rHARMAOIOTIST, ! .
No. 0 Commarelai Wharf, Boston, Vase. - !
Roberts ac Samuel. N. B. M.Fni. I b t u
O. Deaig a Hons, A. J. Schuellarfc8on,'A(ientt
Oclnmbus. Ohio. . . moi.rii.
j BIOFFAT'S LlaTK f-IULS.!
all eases of oostiveaess, dyspepsia, Ulllous and llvei
affectlone, piles, rheumatism, fevers and agnee, obstl
head aches, and all general derangements of health,
rills nave invariably proved a oertaln and speedy
remedy. A single trial win place the Life Pills beyond
reecho room petition tn the estimation of every na-
Sr. Moffat's Phaniz Bitters will be found equally et
tcacious la all eases of Bsrvoue debility, dyspepsia, head
the sickness Incident to temalee tn delicate health,
every kind of weakness ot the digestive) argue,
sale by Dr. W. I. MOFFAT, 3$, Broadway, IT. T.
by all Druggists. . - :-.. maySS-dawly
Tba following l "an extract from a
oitar written ey we Ker.i j. B. Holme, paster ol the
Plerrepolnt-StroetBaptlet Church, Breeklyn, N. Tl.te
"Journal and Messenger," Cincinnati, Oxacid speak
volumes ut ravor or that world-renowned medicine, Mas .
W'xslow's Soonins tnvt rot Crtldrkx TtrrBuwi
"We see an advertlsment In your eolumne of II
Wimtoar's SoOTBisa Branr. Now wa ut M .
mmvor of a patent medicine before In our life, but we
hpm u aay io your reaoere that this is se hum
"a UIIIIIH. IT, Ann know IT To aa Alt IT
claims. It is probably ess of the meet snroessful medi
etnas of the day, because it I, one ot the beet. And those
your reaaers wno nave babies Candida better than
ina supply." . - oek7:lydAw
TR "JtJBSCHIBRKS, ItE A LIHO IN
sa ntapie Article, will furslsh employment to
fswaettve men to act as agents for their house. A
pmnnn win ne giren 10 lonte wneare well aoqoalnt
ed rn the dtatrlet for which they apply. -. .
ror wnion services thay ara willing to pay a salary
..WM. - . ,. . Jf'l.l".'., , ( J
t00O to tSoa per" w'rV and Xxf tnses. .
lor further particulars address i
: w. B. MOBJEEOrgl Wa. - r
( ." S ari J, iRchangeiaes,- '
rtTviry, n, j.
me4Jr.at T W.rl.
EVER TAKEN. V
IT IS STRICT
ly a solentifio and
proem-Mi by tha diitil
Jalioo ot Booui. Berbe
and Barks, fellow
Dock, Blood Boot, 1
araaparUla, -IV I I 4
Cherry Bark and Dan
delion enters Into-Its.
Before Taking ure ; aatire' re,Hu A fttr Taking.
principle ot each lnfrredlent ii thoroughly extracted by
my new method ot dUtllluig, produclngLa delicious, es
hilermling plrlt, and the rnont INFALLIBLK lemedy for
renoraiuie tne niiieiuea uratem, and reiiorlngr me tiea.
nfferine and dvblliUted INVALID u HUALTH and
VTIUUIttlH. .,. , r, ... i
TJclKANS M Tit EN tj Til E N I PI CI
orui aitimmiim mm f
LITBR COMPLAINT DYBPBPBIA JACNDICi
Ohronle or Nervoue Debility, Dlaeaoesof the Kidneys
and all dUeuei arlilna from a dleorriered I hrer or Sum
ash, Dyipepeia, Bearttiurn. Inward Piles, Aoldity or fiiek
new of the Btomach, Fullneai of Blood to the Head, Dull
pain or swunmmi in the Doad, ralv.tation or the Heart
Fullness or Weight In the Stomach, Boar SraetaUona
Choking or suffocatinir feelirg when lying down, Drmea
or leiiowneaeot tneeiiinand jsyea. Nlgbt bweeeej la
warn roTera, rain in ine small oi ina oaca, eneat or aide.
Sudden Vluihes oi Beat, Seprenion ot Spirits, Jrtghtal
Dreams, Lacuuor, Deaoondencf or an Nenona DianaL
Bona or Blotvhea on the Skin, aod Fever and Ague (or
vuiiuaoa rever-j .
Over at BTllllott of tiwltlee
Bave been sold during the lart six months, and In no In
stance has It failed In airing enUra aatlefaerioa.. Who,
then, will euOrfrntn Weakoeai or Debility when Ho-
iEan-s Bt'ttisnuM'UJsniMU uuumau will onie youT
- No language can convev an adeauate Idaa af the Imaia
diate and almost miraeuloua change produced by taking
urn vumiai w iu oiaeaeea, aeoiuiaua ana anattered
nervous ayitem, whether broken down bvezcees. weekbi
iwuirv, or uopairw uj eicanoM, uo raiaxea ana unstmo
npiiiMin.it m icnuini ui iv VI Ifl.ue ucaiiUBDU TlgOr.
niAltRIGD PEKSONS, !
Or others conaoloua of inability, from whatever came.
will And McLean a Strengthening Oordial a tboronsb
regenerator of the system; aod all who may hare injured
uicmeerra ui improver inaoinneaa. wm nnd in uu, tin
qui a niriaia ana apeeay remeay.
To the littdlea.
McLeans Strengthening Cordial
Is a sovereign and speedy cure for
INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, WHITES)
Obstructed or Difficult Menstruation, Incontinence of
Urine or Involuntary Discharge thereof. Falling of the
Womb, (llddlneis. Fainting and all Diseases Incident to
remains. ... t t -
There is na Hlstake Ahout It. !
Buffer no lonier. Take It aecordlm to DIrectlani. It
will itimulate, strengthen and Invigorate you andcanse
uo Bloom or neaitn to mount your euoek again, i
avery ooitia u warranaM to give sauatactloti.
l'OR CUILDUEN. !
Ifyonr children era alckiv. eunr. or afflicted. Melon'.
voraiai win maae tnsm neaiuiy, rat and robust. Delay
uoiamumeni, irj,anayou will oe convioceu.
.... ' r
T IS DELICIOUS TO TAKE.
CiBTioM.-Beware of DrurgliU or Dealers who may
i w i'.uu apon j.ju some oilier or Dareapartim tiaah
hich they can bo rehear., by sarin It Is iurtaa aood.
Avoid such men; Aak lor McLean'a Btrangtheoing Oor
dial, and take nothing else. It Is tha only remedy thai
will purify the blood tliorouahly and at the same tim.
strengthen the system.
vne saoiespoonnil taken every moraine fastta-. la a
certain preventive of Cholera, Chills and Fever, Yellow
rarer, or any prevalent diseases. Ills Dot an In lima
Price only fl per bottle, or t kottlra for 5.
i . J.1I. McLE
Hole Proprietor of this Cordial.
Also McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment.
Principal Depot on the corner of Third and Pine streets,
Louis. Mo. .... ...
McLean's Volcanic Oil Liniment. 1
The best Ltnlicent In the World. The only safe and
cure for Cancers, Piles, dwellings and Bron
chitis, or Goitre, Paralysis, Neuralgia, Weakness of the
Mueclaa, Ccronio or Inflammatory Rheumatism, Stiff
ness of the joints, contracted Muscles or Ligaments
Earache or Toothache, Bruises, Sprains, Wounds, Fresh
Cuts, Ulcers, Fever Bores, Caked Breasts Bore Nipples,
Burns, Scald, BoreThoat, or any Inflammation or Pain,
difference how severe, or he long tha disease may
existed. McLean'a Celebrated Liniment Is a ear
Thousands of human beings have been saved a life of
decrepitude and misery by the use of this Invaluable med
otne. - - -
MCLEAN'S VOLCANIC OIL
relieve pals almost tastantaneessiy, aad It wtl
cleanse, purity and heal the foniest sores in as teoredl
lyscort line. .... i . .
For Horses sand Other Animals.
McLean a celebrated Liniment I. tha anla nf anil n.
rvmeoy ror tne cure or Bpavln, lung Bone, Wind
Bplinte, Unnatural Bumoi. Nodes or Swellinn. It
never fall to cure Big Head, Poll Brtl, Fiatala, Old
running Bores or Bweeny, if properly applied. For
Bi.raina, Bruises, Scratches, Bores or Wounds, Cracked
Heela, Chiles, Baddle or Collar Galls it ao infallible
remedy. Apply it as directed, and a curs Is certain in
Then trifle bo longer with the many worthless Lint
aunts offered to you. Obtain a supply of Dr. McLean's
iterated Liniment, it will cure you. I
J. If. JTIcLKAN, Sole Proprietor, ''
Corner of Third and Fine Streets, St. Louis, Mo,
ror sale by all drairgists.
For sale by - . BOBBB.T8 a SAMUEL,
aullwjtwly , Columbus, Ohio.
YOU: WANT WHISKERS?
DO YOU WANT WHISKERS?;
YOU WANT A MUSTACHE? j
DO YOU WANT A MUSTACHE?
For the WMskeri and Hair.
snbserlbers nke pleasurs In announcing to the
Oltisena ot the United States, that they have obtained the
for, and are now enabled to offer to he American
the above justly celebrated and. world-renowned
The - .......
prepared by Dr. O. P. BBLLINOHAM. an eminent
phytidas rf London, and. is warranted, to , briag eat a
unesseioi --t r . ' . t U" '
or a Mnstache
t: I ; . I
from three to six weeks. This artiole Is the only one
the kind used by the French, and In London and Paris
In universal use.
ia a beautiful, economical, soothing, yet stimulating I
compound, aetlng as If by magic upon, the reota, causing
abeaourut growth of luxuriant hair. II applied to tne
It will ours sauunn, and causa to spring Bp In
of the bald spots a line growth of new hair. Ap
aeoordlog IO direotlens, It will turn Ran or towv
axk, aad restore gray hair to Its oiiiinal.eolor,
It soft, smooth, and flexible. ' Tha 'Osaoajrr" is
Indispensable artiole In every gen daman's toilet, snd
one week s use they would not foranyeonalderauoa
without It. - i '(j j I
The subscribers are the only Agents for the artiole In
United States, to whom all orders most be addressed.
Price One Dollar a box ror sale by all Druniats and
Dealers; or s box of the "Onguent" (warranted to hare
desired effect) will be sent to any who desire It, by
(direct), securely packed, on receipt of price and
pottage, B 1.18. Apply to or address ,- i
B0RACB L. MQEMAS It 0Q .
. . , ,
St William Street, Jlew-Tork.
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REMOVES AND PBBVEWT8 1 W
- naatmaUon and naln. and haals the worst burn.
braise, est,- er freah wound of any kind, prevents
swslllng and pain from bee stings, mosquito bites, and
poisonous piania, neuraisna, rucumausm, ana ia ua
brent, salt rbeam, ale. When taken Internally, It will
poshrreiy euro croup laehlMrenrand glree tanmediats
In the worst case ol this terrible complaint: also.
removes hoarseness and sore throat.. Prise, tS easts a
bottle. Should ba In ererj boose. For sale by Drug,
sod Storekeepers. ' . IttVIH BTONI,
now fKVfmvamtt civ. Dprpow new lore - l
As Brother k '' )'
Thomas Bhanaoa.1. ,. .
OF A WRIT OF PF.rA
te me directed, from the Suporlor Oeartof Franklin
county, Ohio, I will offer for sale the farm ef Thomas
Shannon, sue miles west et oolasebasv oa me nauonai
oa ' '- . .iw,j J V .1
. . . . . ....... J. i. i
r baturtav , Waroli tbe (tt&; A.u- isoi,
10 o'clock. A. M.. the-follewio vrassrtyi to wit: '
Mowing. Machine, Plows, S Caltirateja, 8 Harrows, 1
horse tWason, 1 Buggy. I Bray Mate, 1 Ba? Mara, 1
Borrell Moras, aau a wtor nncaanan s tooie,
. a.- w. uurt JtAH. Rharts. -
.(- By Ba. Davis, Deputy.
Z JIzJTA thV0ircubion. U
in " uuu7' "no waT buret out
f . . . v F a oriran is tree
from lta attack, n (. i?r,7. .
not destroy. T.acrr
caused by morcuruil Hi... v. '
av v.. ..: y- '.v;;" recuon- what.
ever be its nn'irin . it V . ..
?,d.Mf ending from parcuU to children
unto the third and fourth J" ndW.
it seems to be the rod of Him who Ti
wui visit the iniatiiHes rr f ha T
their cliildren." - 7
' Its effects COmTTlIt rW VsH, Jauala.'a afi al
blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, -which, in
the luncs. hvcr. and int..t f"!TZZ i
tubercle.; in the r!i"T
the surfsee, emotions or mm. . n-TiJari . ' 1
ruption, which genders In the ilooOamtn
the energies of &. so that AJZ?ZZ7
tions not only suffer from mmMm. com
plaints, but thevhava fnr 1 nI..-.T
stand the attacks of othor .. Jl;..
quently vast numhera . vwviah'.ro i-
which, although not scrofulous in their nature
are still rendered fatal by this taint-in the
system. Most of the COnatimntinn vhfoli de
cimates the human family has Its orlm'n
in this scrofulous rnntamlnntmn -
destructive diseases of tha liar. tMn v.J
end, indeed, of all the organs, arise Wor
nre aggravated by the same cause. ', ;
' y w 1lst w a" our people ara scrofulous
tlieir peron, are invaded by this tekina in
fection, and their health la a i.
To cleanse jt from the system we must renovate .
the blood by an alterative) medicine, and in
vworate it by healthr food and a.J-
ouch a medicine ve supply in
Compound Extract of Sar&milla.
the most effectual rem edv -whirl. iUnil;i
skill of our times can devise for this an,.
vhere prevailing and fatal malady.' It is com
bthed from the most active remedial that have
been discovered for the expurgation of this foul
disorder from the blood, and tha rescue of the
eystem ' from iu destructive consequences.
Hence it should be employed for the cure of
not only Scrofula, but also those other affec
tions which arise from it. aiinh ,..17r,Mn,.
and Skin Diseases, St. .Anthoky's Fir,
Bost, or Erysipelas, PrnH.es, Pcstdiis.
"""""i ii.Aiws ana aioils, a uxors, Xbttia .
end Salt Hheuu. Soald- Hrab. Xatam new
Rheumatism, Syphilitic end Mrrootuai, Dis
eases, Dkopsy. Dyspepsia. Dnrr.rr. anil
indeed, all Complaints arisiko troit Vrrta.
ted ok Impure Utoon. The popular belief
impwitu oftho blood " is founifcd la txwtr.
for scrofula is a degeneration of the blood. The
particular purpose and virtue of thia Bersapa.
rilla is td Burifvand rMmwrafa !; a,,lA
without which sound health is bnjKwaible in
wuu.iuuu.LCU VUIUHUUUOnS.i 4 J Vi
.... , t :
FOR THI SPEED COBB Of .'.
Intermittent Fanr. n. T7.. a a .
Remittent Fever, Ctalll Fewer. Dumb
Periodical Headache, or Bilious
Headache, aud Billons Fevers, indeed
the whole class of dlaeases orlarlnat
i? i? ""JavreranKement, cauaed by
the Malaria, of Mlasmatlo CounUles.
'We are enabled here to offer the community a
remedy which, while it cures the above complaints
with certainty, is still perfectly harmless in any
quantity. Such a remedy is invaluable in districts
where these afflicting disorders prevail. Thie
"Coke" expels the miaematio pouon of Fbvbk
and Aope from the system, and p remits the de
velopment of the disease, if taken on the first ap
proach of its premonitory symptoms. It Is not only
best remedy ever yet discovered for thie class
complaints, but also the cheapest.. The lares
quantity wo supply for a dollar brings it within the
reach of every body ; and in bilious districts, where
Fever aud Aoub prevails, every body should
have it and use it freely both for curs and protec-
...... n. ica. uLraiuciiy oi uus remeay over any
other ever discovered for the speedy sad certain
cure of Intermittent is that it contains no Quinlnf
mineral, consequently it produces so quinism or
otner injurious effects whatever upon the constitu
tion. Ihose cured by it are left aa healthy as if
had never had the disease,
J ever and Ague is not alone the consequence of
miasmatio poison. A great variety of disor
ders arise from its irritation, among which are
Aturalita, Rheumatism, Gout, Headaeht, BUnd
ncu, 7oothacht,Eanthe, Catarrh, jUthma, Pal
pitation, Painful Affection oftht Spleen, Hytter.
Pain ta A Botoelt, Colie, Paralytii and De
rangement of the Stomach, all of which, when
originating in this cause, put on the intermittent
or become periodical. This " Cuke " expels
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 doily while exposed te the infection,
will be excreted from the avatnn. anil
accumulate in sufficient quantity to ripen Into dis
Hence it is even more valuable for protec
tion than cure, and few will ever auffer from lnr.
mittenU if thev avail thamaalrea nf tha
remedy affords.' :i,it j'
Prepared by Br. 3. C. AYIB & CO., lowtff, Maai
, . BOBIB.T8 BAMTTBt, Columbus,
AidovDroRfrlstsand Dealers everywhere..,,,
mm, i winslo w.
erperleooed Nuras and female Physiotan, pre Hats
, to the attention of mothers, bar .
S00 T HING -SYRUP,
FOR CHILDREN TEETDINQ,
neatly facilitates theprooeai of teethuur. br soft-
ir the rums, reduciDS all lnflmraUon will allar
PAIN and spaamodio action, aad at
CUE TOKEGTJLATB TflE "0WELI.
noon It, mothers. It will ttreraatt Aoarsslves
.. ,r rr -vr
BXUXP AHD HEALTH TO TfjTB ISTAJril.
hare put up and sold this article for ever tan ran.
CAN SAY, IN OONflDBNCB AND THTJTH. of It.
we have sever been able to sav of anv other aiarii-
NEVER BAB II VAILID,-4N A 81NGLI INblV
TO KVFIOT A CtRI, when timely aaed. Nev
er Aid we know an Instance ef dasMUslaeuca by any one
nana it. uu roe oontrary, all are delighted with Its
operations, and speak In teiaas ot oommeodatloa of Its
eHects and medical virtues. . We apeak ia this
"WHAT W DOKNOWrartes tan years' erpe
rieeo. AND PLBDOB ODB BRMJTATION roRTlial
VU1.1LLMKNT Of WHAT WD UKB.B DK0LABJ. Ia
avery Instance Where the Infant is tnfyrtnf from
anu axnauauon. rener will na roana nr niteanor
twsatfmlautsealtsa theHyrup Is admtalslered.
This valuable preparation Is the nramrlptlon of one ot
most KXPSRIBNOKDand BKILLrUL NCR918 in
Bnyland. and has sera ased with NkVsR, fAIL,
sucoKse iw - , ;'-ri---jr
TAfOCJSANIlS SJr SJA9ESI.
Itaeteuly relieves Ike ehlMtrom tela, , eat la rhr or
the stnmank aad bowala, eorracta aoldity, and sires
and enemy to the Whole otUas. Itwiaalmoat In-
rtlieve -. T .
obipug nr rst sawxis, Intimi colic
overcome oonvulslons, which. If not speedily reme
died, end tn death, We belitr It tha-RlriT and fir ft. .
REMIDY IN THB WOBLB, is alleaaae ofDva.
SNTBBT snd DIAJtBilCEA IN OBILDRKM, whether
arises from teething, or from any other eaasa. We
say to every mother who hue child sufferlor from
of thefrV)rntr;onwviltnte IK hOT J.XT TOUR
JDDlCKa NOR TUB fjtl JTJDICS8 Of OTHBKB
between you and your suffering child, aad the re-
tnat will ee BUHar yes, ABHULuraui BURR to
the use ot this medleuie. U Umely se4. lull di
rections for Sling will aceomiMny 'ears tttle. None
reuuine unless the ras-simiie or uu avis at rRJtiN,
York, is en the outside wrapper.
old by all Druggists Ihwasaout the world.
nolpstl Officer IS Cceletr Btreet N.TT.
PRICE ONLY 85 CENT9 PER BOTTLE.
eeltTlaiwly. A fl 1 " j , j .
FOB SALE . OK . EXCHANGE
foeAfABM.thesodlvkU half of H .B BUIU-
No. o, North Hia street, Oornerliiyh Itraetand
Ailey. If ant aisaoaeA of by the lit of April, tbe
will be for rent.
the nuns terms, er for desirable CI ft PROPSBTT.
wsl selected stock of fAMJLr tlB0tiAIB3.
1 aieo, ....
Twenty very dnelrakle BCILDrKai 10TS, situated on
Waihlngton Avenue, North of Broad Street.
r xerssstosni: purchasers.
laww.! ! -
$ ...awvjaB. WAluUbR.
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